Danville High School - Clarion Yearbook (Danville, OH)

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'N ,......, "'.,,, , 0 ..,....., I H6 x. mm'ma-mumA-mmm Q fe 4- Ar 4- Q - - , . . 5 The czmmi '58 Staffs s s s Editor .... ss ss .. sssss s Rose Finan if Assistants ..... ---- Iudy Kreimes, Maija ?odnieks ' Business Manager -....-----.. .... - Charles Duxbin' A 3 k I ' fig Assistants ....... Gillespie, CIIBIILB Treen fl s A' Fqcuny Advisor ----n--....-m--- Mr. DQ P. senn , 1 4, M.. V .1 , The Clarion '58 Editorial We, the Seniors of 1958, take great pleasure and pride in presenting to you the 42nd edition of the Clarion. Within a few weeks the 1957-58 school year will come to an end and only the memories will remain, but it is our sincere hope and belief that this Clarion will, to some degree, preserve those memories. The entire staff wants to thank in particular, Mr. Senft, Mr. Garverick, the Northern Engraving and Electrotype Company, the Manufacturing Printers Company, and also the rest of the faculty and any others who have helped us in any way. The Clarion '58 Dedication Hoping to show in some way our love and deepest gratitude for all they have done for us in the past. and will do in the future, the Senior Class dedicates this Clarion to our parents. We feel they have stood by us and have helped make our high school days more enjoyable and profitable. my! Y hi M. ,H Ss sr F5 rf' S' DANVILLE GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING The Clarion '58 F A C U L T Y The Clarion '58 PgT County Superintendent GLEN M. HANES Irvin Grassbaugh President Cosmos Blubaugh Byron Workman I The Clarion '58 Board of Education Willard Holt Vice-President Arthur McMillan Clerk Myron Farquhar Page Eleven The Clarion '58 Puge Twelve Executive Head A. B. GORE A. B. PARKER Science You can't get something for nothing." T. A. WHEELER Vocational Agriculture H 'Turn it oft! Turn it oft! OTA LEWIS Language Speech "Why isn't that wonderful!" LEWIS VAUGHN Music Department "Practice your music lesson." The Clarion '58 D. F. SENI-'T Mathematics Department "Hey there, pipe down!" INEZ HARLETT Commercial Department Treasurer of School "See whata mean?" C. W. REESE Industrial Arts Mathematics "I'Iey! What'ya doin' there?" WILLIAM GALLER English Department "It's not what he says: it's the way he says it." Page Thirteen The Clarion '58 MARY IOYCE HURST Home Economics Dept. "You all quiet down back theah." ROBERT O'BRIEN Social Science Assistant Football Coach Basketball Coach "'I'he thing oi it is . . . MICHAEL SMITHHISLER Seventh Grade "So you'll have to bear with me." Page Fourteen MERVYN NUGEN T Science Football Coach Basketball Reserve Coach "What time's this class over?" ARTHUR McMILLAN Eighth Grade "People! People! People!" RALPH BALL Seventh and Eighth Grade "Sit down and shut up!" FERN STITZLEIN Sixth Grade MARY LYNN O'BRIEN Fifth Grade GLENN RADER Fourth Grade DOROTHY BLUBAUGH Third Grade The Clarion '58 CLARENCE PANSLER Fifth and Sixth Grade RUTH HOLDREN Fourth Grade VIDA ROBESON Fourth Grade EILEEN RUBY Third Grade Page Fifteen The Clarion '58 BETTY EDGAR Second Grade FLORENCE FINAN Second Grade PEARLE SNOW First Grade DOROTHY WATTS Elementary Music Teacher Page Sixteen TERESA ENGLE Second Grade VIVIAN SHAW First Grade MARIORIE WORKMAN First Grade IOELLA MILLER School Secretary SENIORS The Clarion '58 The Clarion '58 CHARLES DURBIN "Chick" College Course "A smile tor every boy and two lor every girl." Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Bask- etball 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Pres- ident 3, 4: Projector Opera- tor 3, 4: Clarion Stafi 4: Track 3, 4: Honor Society 2. 4: Industrial Arts 2: Varsity "D" 2, 3, 4: President 4: News Staff 2, 3, 4: Scholar- ship Team 4: Class Play 4. MARTIN KOONS "Marty" College Course "Tl1e early bird gets the worm: but I don't like worms anyway." Band l, 2: Honor Society l, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Class Secrtary 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Varsity "D" 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball l, 2: Clarion Statt 4: Scholarship Team 4. IOE BANBURY ,,Ioe,, Agriculture Course "ln football, ne'er a lion more fierce: in classes, ne'er a lamb more mild." F. F. A. l, Z, 3, 4: Vice- president 3: Student Advisor 1, 2: Judging 1, 2: Clarion Staff 4: Bus Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Var- sity "D" l, 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3: Parlia- mentary Procedure 1, 2, 3. KEITH BECK "Little Harland" Agriculture Course "What would this world be without one like me?" F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: ludging 2, 3, 4: Parliamentary Pro- cedure l, 2, 3: F. F. A. Basketball 3, 4: Basketball l, 2: Football 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Varsity "D" 3, 4: Track 4: Clarion Staff 4. Page Eighteen GRETCHEN CHAREE MAVIS 'Crunch" College Course "The most useless day ol all is that in which we have not laughed." Band Maiorette l, 2, 3: Clarion Stait 4: Honor So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4: President 4: Latin Club 1: Secretary 1: French Club 3, 4 President 4: News Statt 1, 2, 3, 4: Editor-in-Chief 3 Senior Edi- tor 4: Librarian 4: Chorus l, 2, 3: Class President 2: Class Vice-president 3, 4: Student Council 4: Treasur- er 4: Scholarship Team 4: Varsity Cheerleader 4: Op- eretta 2: Class Play 3: In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Varsity "D" 4. IOY LAUDERBAUGH ,,Ioy,, General Course "lf all the world were just, there would be no need ot valour." Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Bflnd 1, 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3: Librarian 3, 4: Clarion Stal-t 4 Bus Patrol 1, Z. 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Class Treasurer 3, 4: Speech 4: Vice-president 4: Operetta 2: Class Play 4. MARILYN BANBURY ,,Bang,, Commercial Course "Woman is the last thing that will be civilized by man." Band 1, 2: Treasurer 2: Varsity Cheerleader 3: Var- sity "D" 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Ottice Girl 4: Speech 4: In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3: F. H. A. 4: Operetta 2: Class Play 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3. CORA BLUBAUGI-I "Corabell" College Course "For l will marry my first true love." Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: News Statt 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Scholarship Team 4: Office Girl 4: Librarian 3: Assistant 4: French Club 3, 4: Reporter 4: Latin Club 1. Z: Vice-president Z: Student Council 4: Secretary 4: Hon- or Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Secretary. MARY CATHERINE BLUBAUGH ,,MarY. I General Course "Do not ask for what you will wish you had not got." Student Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1: Librarian 3. 4: Home Ec. 2: Clarion Staft 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. IOYCE CAGWIN ,.Cqg,, Commercial Course "And still they gazed and still the wonder grew, that one small head could carry all she knew." Chorus l, 2: Operetta 2: News Statt 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 1. 2. 3, 4: Scholar- ship Team 4: F. H. A. 4: Class Play 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: News Stait Feature Editor 4: Librarian 3: Ottice Girl 4: Buckeye Girls' State Representative 3. WANNA CARR Home Ec. Course "Wanna" "Quiet, seltcontained, and unseltcenteredf' Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Clarion Statt 4: Chorus 1. ROBERT DAVIS ,,Bob,, Industrial Arts Course "ll silence is golden, l'l1 never be poor." Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3. 4: Bus Patrol 4: Student Man- ager 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Clarion Stafl 4. The Clarion '58 IERRY DARHWIN BROWN .,Ien,Y,. Industrial Arts Course "lt's but little good you'll do watering last year's crop." Industrial Arts 1, 2. 3, 4: Bus Patrol 2, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3: Clarion Statt 4. IUNE CARR nluneu Home Ec. Course "O diamond: diamond: how little thou knowest the mischief done." Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Home Ec. News Reporter: F. H. A. l, 2, 3. 4: Clarion Staff 4: Chorus 1. KATHLEEN COLOPY ,,Kme,, Commercial Course "Little! but so is a stick ot dynamite." Clarion Statt 4: Speech 4: Band Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus l, 2: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Home Ec. 4. PAUL DeVORE ' 'Paul ' ' Agriculture Course "Little outcry: much outcome." F. P. A. 1. Z, 3, 4: F. F. A. basketball 3, 4: Iudginq 2. 3: Parliamentary Procedure 1, 2, 3, 4: Clarion Statt 4: Bus Patrol 4: Baseball 3, 4: Track 2, 3. 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Student Ad- visor 3, 4: Varsity "D" 3. 4. Page Nineteen The Clarion '58 LINDA DURBIN ,.Durh., Commercial Course "Why should I bother about my books when I can get by on my looks?" Chorus 1: Honor Society 3, 4: Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4: Varsity "D" 3, 4: Secre- tary 4: Class Play 3: Ottice Girl 4: Speech 4: Treasurer 4: Student Council 4: Clar- ion Statt 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Librarian 2, 3: F. H. A. 4. LUCILLE FERENBAUGH 'Lucy" Commercial Course "Remember this, that very little is needed to make one happy." Chorus 1: Home Ec. 1, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Office Girl 4: Clarion Staff 4: Bus Patrol 4: Speech 4. IUDY GARDNER "Gardner" Commercial Course "Love the little trade which thou hast learned and be content therewith." Chorus 1, 2: Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Head Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4: Reserve Cheerleader 2: Queen Attendant 2: Speech 4: Clarion Staff 4: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: F. I-I. . 4. LINDA HAMMOND .,Hum,, Commercial Course Common sense is not so rare." Honor Society 3, 4: Latin Club lg Clarion Staff 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: President 4: Librarian 2: Secretary of Class 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Student Council 4: Speech 4: President 4: Queen Attendant 4: Class Play 4. Page Twenty ELAINE EDGAR ,.sis,, College Course "The only thing I can't resist is temptation." Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2: President 2: French Club 3, 4: Vice-president 3: Social Director 4: Honor So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4: News Start 1, 2, 3, 4: Feature Editor 3: Clarion Stat! 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus l, 2, 3: Scholarship Team 4: Student Council 4: Student Council Editor 4: Class Play 3: Operetta 2. ROSE FINAN "Rosie" College Course "Oh, to be able to carry a tune." Latin Club 1, 2: News Staff 1. 2, 3. 4: French Club 2, 3: Scholarship Team 4: Hon- or Society I, 2, 3, 4: Treas- urer 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Librarian 4: Assistant Librarian 3: Office Girl 4: Bookmobile Assistant 3, 4: Editor ot Clarion 4: Bus Patrol 2. LOUIS GILLESPIE "Louie" General Course "God created woman. And Boredom did indeed cease from that moment." Football 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Honor Society 2: Stu- dent Council 4: Baseball 1, 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity "D" Z, 3, 4: Vice-president of Class 1: Clarion Stat! 2, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Class Play 4. IUDITH ANNE KREIMES Hludyu College Course "Those who neglect learning in their youth, lose the past and are dead lor the future." Accident, Maryland: Na- tional Iunior Honor Society 1: Chorus 1: Operetta l: Sandusky, Ohio 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Danville, Ohio 3, 4: Latin Club 3: State Vice-president 4: Clar- ion Start 4: Librarian 4: Scholarship Team 4: Class Play 4. DOROTHY LONEY "Dot" Commercial Course "Love is the coldest of critics." Chorus l, 2: Home Ec, 1, 4: Intramural Sports 1, ". F' Ottice Girl 4: Clarion Staff 4: Bus Patrol 4: Speech 4: Operetta 2: Class Play 4. HAROLD MICKLEY "Harold" Industrial Arts Course "Most qood athletes are con- ceited, but boy not me!" Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Cap- tain 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: 4: Track I, 2, 3: Varsity "D" l, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 3: Class President 1: Class Play 3: Clarion Staff 4: Chorus 4: Boys' Quartet 4: Student Council 4: President 4: Class Play 4. WILLIAM NEIDERHOUSEH UAPE.. General Course "Never do today what you can put oh till tomorrow." Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Football 4: Baseball 1. Z: Clarion Start 4: Class Play 3: Track 3, 4: Chorus 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3. ROBERT PIAR ,.Bob., Agriculture Course "Secret and silent and soli- tary as an oyster." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Vice- president 1, 2, 4: Iudging 2, 3: Parliamentary Proced- dure 1, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. Basketball 4: Intramural sports 1, 2, 3: Clarion Staff 4. The Clarion '58 IVA MCCLAIN 'Iva" Commercial Course "A quiet modest pal of all." Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3: Student Manager 2, 3: Ottice Girl 4: F. H. A. 1, 2, 4: Clarion Stall 4: Chorus 1. DAVID MYER "Dave" General Course "I never indulge in poetics unless I am down with rhuematicsf' Latin Club 1, 2: Chorus 2: Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3: Chess Club 3: Clarion Start 4: Class Play 4. ELLEN IAYNE NYHART "layne" General Course "Music is love in search ol an empty day." Honor Society 4: Speech 4: Secretary 4: Latin Club 4: Reporter 4: Band Major- ette l, 2. 4: Chorus 1, 2: School Patrol 1: Wooster 3: Office Girl 4: Librarian 4: Operetta 2: Class Play 4. MAIIA PODNIEKS ' 'Maija ' ' General Course "Silver and gold are not the only coin: virtue also passes all over the world." Honor Society 1. 2, 3, 4: Vice-president 4: News Start 3, 4: Copy Editor 4: Office Girl 3: French Club 3, 4:, Sec.-Treas. 3: Vice President 4: Chorus 1, 2. 3: Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Sec.-Treas. 3: Re- porter 4: Clarion Staft 4: In- tramural Sports I, 2, 3: Scholarship Team 4: Oper- etta 2: Class Play 4. Page Twenty-one The Clarion '58 CLAIR RICHERT "Clair" General Course "He can be pushed just so far." Band 1, 2, 3. 4: President 3: Class Play 3: Clarion Stait 4: Baseball 1: Intra- mural Sports 1. 2, 3: Schol- arship Team 4: Bus Patrol 2: Class Play 4. PATTY RILEY ,,Pm,, General Course "Her mind to her cr kingdom rs." Band Majorette l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: Honor Society l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 47 Class Play 3: Clarion Statt 1, 4: Scholarship Team 4: Student Council 4: Reserve Cheerleader l: Librarian 4: Assistant Librarian 2, 3: Class Treasurer 1. ROBERT SHULTZ ,,Bob,, Agriculture Course "No race can prosper till it learns there is as much dig- nity in tillinq the soil as in writing a poem." F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. Basketball 3, 4: Parlia- mentary Procedure 3, 4: Iudqing 2: Baseball l: Bas- ketball 2: Football 4: Clar- ion Staff 4: Student Council 4: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: F. F. A. President 4. IEANNIE SMITH "Smitty" General Course "Every inch a queen." Clarion Staff 1, 3, 4: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Secretary 4: Queen Attendant 3: Queen 4: Class Play 3: Student Council 4: News Staff 3, 4: Assistant Librarian 4: Chorus 1, 2: Operetta 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Scholarship Team 4. Page Twenty-two ROBERT RIDGEWAY ,,Bob,, General Course "What have I learned lor all that work?" Football 3. 4: Basketball 3, 4: Reserve Basketball 1, 2: Clarion Staff 4: Speech 4: News Staff 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. SARAH SAPP "Sarah" Commercial Course "Still water runs deep." Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: F. H. A. 1, 2, 4: Ot-tice Girl 4: Clarion Statt 4: Chorus 1. PAYE SMITH "Faye" Home Ec. Course "Our pin-up girl." F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Speech 4: Clarion Staff 4: Chorus 1. LARRY SNIVELY "Snive" General Course "Patience is the best remedy for every trouble." Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3: Re- serve Basketball 1: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Clar- ion Staff 4: Baseball 3, 4: Class Play 4. WILLIAM STACHLER "Bill" Industrial Arts Course "It's nice to get up in the morning: but it's nicer to stay in bed." Industrial Arts l, Z. 3, 4: Football 4: Baseball 1: Clar- ion Staft 4: Chorus 3: Intra- mural Sports 1. Z, 3. SAUNDRA STRINGFELLOW "Sandy" Commercial Course "Comely and capable: one of our class." Chorus 2. 3: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: F. H. A. 4: Office Girl 4: Bus Patrol 4: Speech 4: Class Play 4. CHARLES TREEN "Charles" General Course "Tho vanquished, he could argue sti1l." Band I. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club l, 2: Clarion Staft 4: Class Play 3: Industrial Arts 4: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Scholarship Team 4: Bus Patrol 4. Y I UDY YOUNG "Cris" Commercial Course "This senior lass is short and light, but her virtues far exceed her heiqht." Band Maiorette 1, 2, 3. 4: Clarion Staff 4: Librarian 4: Student Council 4: Class Play 3: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus l. 2: Reserve Cheerleader 1, 2: Scholar- ship Team 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3: Sec.-Treas. ot Band 4: Class Treasurer 3: Office Girl 4. The Clarion '58 LARRY STIMPERT "Larry" General Course "A man is master of his liberty." Clarion Staff 4: Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Chorus 2, 3. 4: Boys' Quartet 4: Industrial Arts 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 4. BETTY STROUSE "Betty" General Course "I hate quotations. Tell me what you know." Chorus l. 2. 3: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Operetta 2: Office Girl 4: Assistant Li- brarian 3: Clarion Staff 4: Class Play 4. SHEILA WORKMAN "Worky" General Course "Of surpassing beauty and in the bloom of youth." Band 1: Chorus 1, 2: Op- eretta 2: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: News Staff 4: French Club 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Queen Attendant 1: Clarion Staff 4: Assistant Librarian 4: Scholarship Team 4. Page Twenty-three The Clarion '58 Senior Notes President ............ ......... C harles Durbin Vice-President ...... ...... G retchen Mavis Secretary ........ ............ M arty Koons Treasurer ....... ..,.,. I oy Lauderbaugh Class Flower ....,. ............,... R ed Rose Class Colors ....., ..,,............ B lack and Silver Class Motto ......... .,.... ' 'Find a way or make one." The school days of the class of "58" are slowly drawing to a close. So now we like to look back over our last year and all the activities. Our Home-Coming was November 8th, The queen was Ieannie Smith and her senior attendant was Linda Hammond. Those on the Honor Society were as follows: Charles Durbin, Ioyce Cagwin, Elaine Edgar, Gretchen Mavis, Sheila Workman, Maija Podnieks. Cora Blu- baugh, Patty Riley. Linda Durbin, Ioy Lauderbaugh, Ieannie Smith. Rose Finan, l.inda Hammond, Iayne Nyhart, Iudy Kreimes, and Iudy Young. Senior boys on the football team were Keith Beck, Harold Mickley, Bob Ridgeway, Bill Neiderhouser, Marty Koons, Ioe Banbury, Charles Durbin, Louis Gillespie, Bill Stachler, and Bob Shultz. Band members were Kate Colopy, Iudy Young, Iayne Nyhart, Larry Stimpert, Clair Richert, Linda Hammond, Elaine Edgar, Patty Riley, Maija Pod- nieks. and Charles Treen. Cheerleaders were Linda Durbin and Gretchen Mavis. The seniors worked very hard to make money to go on the Senior Trip, and at this time we are looking forward to that very much. Saundra Stringfellow Page Twenty-four U3 U 'zz VJ 'Fi i-I 8 H CD 3-A O Ovll Q U UD AMBITION TRADEMARK USUALLY FO RTO WILL ANS NAME 'W The Clarion '58 UI A 8 0 ru .s 5 ll 3 3 5 as 3 L df 0 5 H i E I 'au C1 .L-.E ga g 5 5 IU 2 :... ,q: W no " Da' --' .4 -- H Z " 5 31 M 9 mv E H52 W --MS. 5 QL Q S we Q ' as 1- 2-2 -v Dos Q affszwm -2 -so -2 A 2 w 225 -a isa? ff-'Zigi .anew 'e-fggiifgeg .,-1w-2:g- -3 as Mf- 2"m :'mmqH08: Wh WEE W-mm E MHF53E,o m whinba AHEQEQEE--23E'wZEM 5252-2?.?':.e'gf,?:'b-.,23EA-22"3F'H-as-Mani? ggunl -'ly' li 1 . ' gg33QQw6525g2o3E8E2mgoop-E3Bg55p3q50QEii0EH O . L ,q.:1uwOw'omn...oo...-.o.n.u.::o-.::LD o:+,..n...:1uN...m...Z: -n.--.8.. 3 3 's B r 5 , B 3 :Fu aa Q EE uw 'aug an ui! Hi m E W m N W US- w oo n w 0 'n m J ' n H 0 5 w E2 og-.,. 158. ng... 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Pdewvpsfu-19159. iraq:-1-Q99-bpzfweiireQ9fsf1snsf1snw3Fsns3S89 n 3 5 a M E m E I 3 8 0 Q A9 Q, g 'V 0,2 g',,.! P1 V' m '52, 5 U5 F gm Sn Q Rio WN05 3 sv M 5 N N 2 ca 2' ami 'g58'S9'5LEiE.2:g853"2"E."iai595'gE3b.n.:S ivwaiwsiu- : ggiEgLUa5gQgUagg:5g533gEENgimungwmgfgifgmEgo? "" D100 gm - 3imS5S05w3-BSN'wi-iwwmmsa:'E29u2'wZ-Q-E2mw'250"'3W5523, m:5.mpgQ53B-5gSFwLPgr,5a2SsP2wgg Mygaoifmwqp-5, gB'a"H"1P-HNESSAQES8112f1'-H115-SSM:525.-,'Ei1'izq-8:-u": 2'-:,E"'v -Eu8Ei233mmmOEmAm3AEE32QU3mQEAmEO3mmmm23E 83052 Page Twenty-five The Clarion '58 What Would Happen If ? Marty Koons ......... Iudy Young ........... Mary Blubaugh ..... Marilyn Banbury ....... Dave Myer ...,......... Ieannie Smith ,,,,.,,... Sheila Workman ...... Kate Colopy ............. Gretchen Mavis ...... Bob Ridgeway ........ Larry Snively ,...... Keith Beck .........,..... Linda Hammond .,.,. Louie Gillespie ....... Maija Podnieks ........ Ioe Banbury ......... Bose Finan ..,,......... Cora Blubaugh ...., Sarah Sapp ....,.,... Bob Piar ....,.,..,. Bob Davis ................ Dorothy Loney ....,. Wanna Carr .,......... Bill Neiderhouser ...... Clair Richert ............ Ierry Brown A,.,..,. Larry Stimpert ........,., started agreeing got mad stopped talking stayed at home nights stopped flirting understood a joke hated men couldn't think of anything to say didn't go to Wooster to school could smg like "Elvis" would lead a "Rock 'n' Roll" band didn't tease the girls U''fffffflffflf ....,.,... wasnt friendly wouldn't skip school didn't go to Canada in the summer didn't like sports didn't like history didn't study was a cheerleader crooned love songs was our "Drum Major" stopped giggling stopped writing letters started studying laughed at Mr. Galler's jokes would be a Physics professor bought his groceries at Mavis's didn't have her "Carr" Iva McClain ...........,..,........ ........,.,............... Saundra Stringfellow ..v.,.. .....,...... d idn't have a smile for everyone Iudy Kreimes .................. ..... d idn't go to Amity basketball games Bob Shultz ......,........... Harold Mickley ..... Betty Strouse .......V Paul DeVore ......,...... Ioy Lauderbaugh ..... Iune Carr ......v,.o,... Bill Stachler ........ Charles Treen ..,...... Linda Durbin ....... Patty Riley .....,.. Chick Durbin ....,.., didn't have his grange dances was shy was Dean in an all girls school played drums in a "Rock 'n' Roll" band . ....................................... didn't like people wasnt neat didn't play cards didn't tell jokes didn't have her pep didn't have a good time didn't have anything to do Iudy Gardner ...... .,............................,..... w as an auctioneer Joyce Cagwin .c,i,.... .............,................... w ould ever be bored Elaine Edgar ,.,,.,,,,,,,, .,,,,.....r,,..,.......................... e ver went steady Iayne Nyhart ....,,,..,... didn't have a date on Saturday nights Lucille Ferenbaugh ........ ............................................... w as unpopular Faye Smith ........,.,,...... .....,........................ d idn't have late dates Page Twenty-six IAN UARY Rose Finan ....... Ioyce Cagwin ....... Kate Colopy ......... Harold Mickley ......... ........ Iudy Gardner .A... FEBRUARY MARCH Cora Blubaugh ......... ........ Linda Durbin ....... Iva McClain ............. ........ Marilyn Banbury ......... ........ Sheila Workman .,....... ........ Betty Strouse ........... ........ Iayne Nyhart .....A. APRIL Linda Hammond ......... .... Marty Koons .........,. .... Clair Richert ....,.. Ierry Brown ................. ........ Ioy Lauderbaugh .. MAY Bob Davis ........,.. I udy Kreimes ....... Iudy Young ..... I UNE Faye Smith ....................A. ........ Lucille Ferenbaugh Birthday Calendar JULY A Dorothy Loney Bob Shultz ......... Charles Treen ....... UGUST Bob Piar ......... Wanna Carr ....... Elaine Edgar ......... Gretchen Mavis SEPTEMBER Ieannie Smith ......... Keith Beck ......... OCTOBER Larry Snively ......... Paul DeVore ....... Ioe Banbury ............... Bill Stachler .......,,,,.,... Saundra Stringfellow Bill Neiderhouser ...... Dave Myer ................... Mary Blubaugh Bob Ridgeway ......... NOVEMBER D Chick Durbin ..... Iune Carr ......... Sarah Sapp .........,,,. Larry Stimpert ECEMBER Maija Podnieks Patty Riley ......... Louis Gillespie Clarion '58 4 26 29 4 9 19 28 2 4 9 10 16 16 18 25 30 31 31 3 4 21 26 6 18 23 Page Twenty-seven The Clarion '58 Class Poem Linda Hammond, trim and neat. Has a guy we all call Pete. In our class we have a Ioy. She admires an Air Force boy. Dorothy Loney laughs a lot. At what she is laughing is anyone's thought. Betty Strouse hasn't a care. Yet in her future she's bound to fare. Of curls Larry has many, Of enemies has he any? Lucy is known by her hair of brown, Upon her face there's never a frown. A good majorette is our Patty Riley. At every game she steps quite highly. Full of mischief and talent, too, Iayne Nyhart will never miss her cue. At farming Bob Shultz is a star, And in this life he'll sure go far. Louie who's not very tall, Shows much skill playing basketball. A guy in our class that is liked by all, His last name is DeVore, his first is Paul. About Gretchen Mavis, it is con- fessed, A real swell girl who deserves the best. Bob Piar with hair of red, Has no temper as is usually said. Bill Stachler with his dark wavy hair. Knows of nothing he wouldn't dare. If you're down and out and a friend you need. Our gal Elaine is hard to exceed. Page Twenty-eight To English Class Clair Richert pokes, Hoping he'll miss Mr. Galler's jokes. Ioe Banbury a quiet sort of boy, Being an A-1 tackle four years is his i0Y- Iudy Kreimes is this gal's name, Someday we'll read where she's gained fame. Charles Treen a fine lad indeed, Is a swell talker and oh. with what speed! Faye Smith a very pretty lass, Many eyes her way are cast. Kate Colopy who's known by all. Set her snare and caught her Paul. Iune and Wanna whose last name is Carr, After school. they'll motor far. Bob Davis, a quiet lad indeed, Will lend a hand where ever there's need. Bob Ridgeway with all his pep, Is real cool and sure is hep. Dave Myer who is sometimes called Snooks, Has loads of fun, but snubs his books. Harold Mickley. a husky chap, Will have to grow some to beat his P3P- If you see some smoke and hear loud booms, Iust bet it's a motorcycle and our Marty Koons. An ornery grin, a lad that is alert, You bet your life, that's Larry Stim- pert. 5' 11" Bill Neiderhouser does stand. He plays a trombone in the high school band. Maija Podnieks quiet and tall, Has a way that's loved by all. Ioyce Cagwin, sharp as a tack, Really rates with her beau lack. Chick Durbin, President of our class, If you want a favor, just ask. Iudy Young, nice and neat. Has a way that can't be beat. Iudy Gardner is a quiet-voiced girl. With friends to spare and many a curl. Rose Finan with her knowledge, Expects next year to be in college. If you like a good time and want to feel merry. Look for our gal, Marilyn Banbury. Linda Durbin with her action, At our games adds attraction. X x The Clarion Iva McClain whose diamond shines bright. Becoming a housewife is her delight. Mary Catherine favors chemistry. For a nurse she hopes to be. Keith Beck has an absence of curls, But he has his share of girls. Cora Blubaugh is her name, Being a housewife is her aim. A friend indeed is Sandy String- fellow. Often found in a car of bright yellow. Big and stout is Ierry Brown, On the farm he's usually found. Sarah Sapp is a comely lass, Seldom late or tardy to class. The class you have a picture of, Since reading all the lines above, We hope each poem was pleasing too, For it's the best we two could do. Sheila and Ieannie Ne.-. N... xx X BX N XX Page Twenty :une The Clarion '58 Class Will Ioe Banbury - His hotrod ford to Clement Blubaugh Marilyn Banbury - her fondness of Iunior Disc-Iockeys to Sarah Bell Keith Beck - His trips to Banbury Lumber Company to Roger Baker Cora Blubaugh - Her "rock" to Nancy Hunt Mary Blubaugh - Her desire to meet "trees" to Sue Grassbaugh Ierry Brown - His love for hunting Bear'ees to Stan Bames Iune and Wanna Carr - their new swept-wing model to Gary Mizer Kate Colopy - Her fondness of new cars to Carol Crow Bob Davis - His shyness to Kenny Wilson Paul DeVore - His interest in Troyers to Leland Zollars Charles Durbin - His position as President of Senior Class to anyone so capable Linda Durbin - Her position as cheerleader to Curtis Blubaugh Elaine Edgar - Her "Stan Kenton Album" to Paul Boling Lucille Ferenbaugh and Dorothy Loney - Their piercing laughter to Carol Sigman Rose Finan - Her "Ierseys" CcattleD to Marilyn Greer Iudy Gardner - Her ability to slip through Keyholes to Gary Moreland Louie Gillespie - His ability to find arguments to Gary Durbin Linda Hammond - Her attraction to pheasants to Leo Mickley Marty Koons - His motorcycle to anyone so "Courageous" Iudy Kreimes - Her wide range of intelligence to anyone who is so studious Ioy Lauderbaugh - Her fast flying trips out 205 to Lonnie Stull Iva McClain - The new "Carr" she is getting to Herb Gardner Harold Mickley - His position as president of Student Council to Merle Huffman Dave Myer - His love of girls to Tom Whitney Bill Neiderhouser - His 2-tone ford to Alice Farmer Iayne Nyhart - Her musical talent to Sue Stachler Bob Piar - His slowness to Bob Miller Maija Podnieks - Her quietness to Iean Gardner Clair Richert - His turkeys to Connie Hagans Bob Ridgeway - His "jive" to Gary Hughes Patty Riley - Her favorite road to Ed Banbury Sarah Sapp -- Her love affair to lane Holland Bob Shultz - His remarkable breed of hogs to Mike Tracy Faye Smith - Her alertness to Bob Wise and Betty Morris lean Smith - Her crown to anyone so deserving Larry Stimpert and Larry Snively - Their wavy hair to Ioe Blubaugh Sheila Workman - Her long dark hair to Iuanita DeVore Iudy Young - Her job as Mr. Parker's Secretary to Bob Landis Bill Stachler - His blue Mercury to Tom Dvorak Charles Treen - His "French Horn" to Glenn Burgett Saundra Stringfellow - Her fondness of Pontiacs to Gladys DeVore Betty Strouse - Her ability of making conversation to Fred Summerfield I, Gretchen Mavis, and I, Ioyce Cagwin, not wanting to will our diamonds to anyone, wish the class of '59 all the luck and success in their senior year Page Thirty The Clarion 58 Class Prophecy In this space age of 1968, our class once again got together, but this time on the moon. Ten years have brought about many changes, so while the rest of the good ole '58 class flies in, let's take a few moments for a quick survey. KEITH BECK, farming on earth, is still speeding, but now with a jet propelled tractor. LINDA HAMMOND looks very tired. Guess it's hard work taking care of a 'Parrish." Here comes another, MARTY KOONS on a cloud. Last year he broke his own record while being a motorcycle daredevil at the World's Fair. Here are, or were, two friends, SHEILA WORKMAN and IEANNIE SMITH. Both are candidates for Miss Outer Space this year. Tough luck girls, only one can win. LARRY STIMPERT. looking very confused, is still having trouble making up his mind. A giggle! That's DOROTHY LONEY. She now supplies stories for the comic strips. Riding the "Big Bear" comes IERRY BROWN now universally known big game hunter. SAUNDRA STRINGFELLOW is looking very satisfied. At last she has found what she's been looking for. Ouch! Here's MARY BLUBAUGH with a scalpel and saw, just in case. SLASOPORP . . . that's a new word in IUDY KREIMES' dictionary. Used backwards it relieved aging girls minds. And here comes Professor GILLESPIE, with a group of students around him. Can't understand why he's so popular. I see JUDY YOUNG made it even if she is busy being married to an All-American football star and raising little stars. BILL NEIDERHOUSER is looking very worried. He still doesn't have a patent on his new invention, how to get work done easier with less effort. The strains of an angel singing? No, but it's GRETCHEN MAVIS, who now is a well known soloist in the Spaceopolitan Opera Company. Watch out girls, here comes CHICK DURBIN. He's still looking for THE girl. All dressed in green is BETTY STROUSE, adviser of the Iupiter Girl Scout troop No. X-1. Who's doing all that climbing? It's IAYNE NYHART, using "Jacobs" ladder as a means of getting here. Good thing she is a nurse also. Here is a little bit of the good old-fashioned spirit. IVA McCLAIN is still sticking to her "Carr" rather than going for these new inventions. Ah, how lovely the sound of CHARLES TREEN's horn. After his last laboratory experiment he got transferred to a higher position. IUNE CARR is very proud. She is married to a man who has the most common name in the United States. Wow! Here is FAYE SMITH, modeling bathing suits for the Dears 6. Doebuck Co., the company that gives you the most of the dressed for the least. In khakis and panama hat is ROSE FINAN, now a missionary to the darkest part of Saturn. And here comes the popular BOB RIDGEWAY, known as Selvis Gresly, the "old-favorites" singer. Very embarrassed is LARRY SNIVELY, for he is the well known authority on straight hair. IOE BANBURY, BOB SHULTZ, and BOB PIAR have gotten togther and formed the "Tripp1e Dipper" Ranch. CORA DURBIN is a little late, but with little et ceteras around, it's understandable. Who is this? Why it's our faithful old cheerleader, LINDA DURBIN. Now she is leading cheers being a famous actress in Hillywood, Mars. Zoom! Was that a meteor, or PAUL DEVORE, the Olympic Champion runner? Blond and sophisticated, arriving in a gold aircillac, is ELAINE EDGAR, president of the Venus Sorority. MARILYN fContinued on page 841 Page Thirty one The Clarion '58 Seniors at a Cuter Age 1. Chick cmd Harold. 2. Maija. 3. Bob Davis. 4. Iudy Young. 5. Iva. 6. Saundra. 7. layne. 8. Linda Hammond and Harold. 9. Cora. 10. Ioy. ll. Dorothy. 12. Gretchen. 13. Iudy Gardner and Big Brother. 14. Clair Hichert. 15. Sheila. 16. Marilyn. 17. Big Sister and Ieannie Smith. 18. Iune and Wanna. 19. Keith Beck. 20. Linda Ham- mond. 21. Iayne, Iudy Kreirnes. 22. Katie 23. Betty Strouse. 24. Patty. 25. Bill Neiderhouser. 26. Keith and pets. 27. Linda Durbin. 28. Elaine Edgar. 29. Rosie. 30. Mary Catherine. Page Thirty-tivo Class Snapshots The Clarion '58 1. Mr. Gore and Mrs. Harlett. 2. Happy Cooks. 3. Iournalism Class. 4. Chums. 5. Seniors acting their age. 6. Glamour Girls and Mr. Senft. 7. Keeping physically fit. 8. The beher side? S. Our cheerleaders. 10. Happy Homemakers. 11. Senior Session. 12. Casual seniors. 13. Senior English Class. 14.Industrious? 15. "S0ciable" Seniors. 16. Experimenting. 17. Busy Home-ec. class. 18. Some more homemakers. Page 'l'lJirly-tbree The Clarion '58 The Sixty Ninth Annual Graduation Exercises Baccalaureate Service May 25, 1958 - 8:15 P. M. Danville High School Auditorium Processional ..,... ....... I nstrumental Ensemble Invocation ,.,........... ,........ M onsignor Kerrigan Scripture Lesson ...... ........... T he Rev. Glen Rader Sermon ...........,... ....,... T he Rev. Robert Hoover Music .,..,.,........ ........... I nstrumental Ensemble Benediction ........ ......... T he Rev. C. C. Whetstone - COII11I1CflCCI'1'1CI'lt Exercises May 27, 1958 - 8:15 P. M. Danville High School Auditorium Music ........... ...........,.........,..........................,............. I nstrumental Ensemble Invocation ....... ....,, T he Rev. E. Clarence Pansler Vocal Solo ........ .......................... G retchen Mavis Salutatory .,..,.. ............................ I oyce Cagwin Valedictory ........ ..............,....,,.,.,,............. R ose Finan Piano Solo ...... ,.......................,....... I oy Lauderbaugh Talk .............. ...... C harles Durbin, Class President Flute Solo ........ ...,.,.............,..v........,..................,.. L inda Hammond Class Will ....... .................................................................. P atty Riley Brass Sextet ....... ....... C harles Treen, Maija Podnieks, Elaine Edgar, Clair Richert, Bill Neiderhouser, Larry Stimpert Address ...,... ,.........i...............................,..,....... D r. Hilliard D. Camp Director of Admissions, Findlay College Vocal Solo ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.....,,,.,..,..,........... .........,,.................,........ E llen Iayne Nyhart Announcement of Class Honors ...,..... ........ A lvin B. Gore, Executive Head Presentation of Class ..,..................... ........................ P rincipal D. F. Senft Presentation of Diplomas ......... .......,................. M r. Irvin Grassbaugh President of Board of Education Benediction ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .................. T he Rev. Roy Kreimes Page Thirty-four UN DERCLASSMEN The Clarion '58 ROW l - Herb Gardner, Connie Haqans, Carol Crow, Sue Grassbaugh, Stanton Barnes, Nancy Hunt, Leo Mickley, Carol Sigman, Gladys DeVore, Suellen Stachler, Mike Tracy. ROW 2 - Curtis Blubuugh, Tom Dvorak, Iuunita DeVore, Betty Morris, Alice Farmer, Marilyn Greer. lane Holland, Sarah Bell, Paul Boling, Eddie Banbury, Lonnie Stull. ROW 3 - Ioe Blubaugh, Roger Baker, Glen Burqett, Gary Hughes, Bob Landis, Tom Whitney, Clem Blubaugh, Gary Durbin, Fred Summerfield. ROW 4 - Kenny Wilson, Merle Huffman, Gary Mizer, Gary Moreland. Bob Wise, Leland Zollars. Bob unior Class On September 3, 1957, thirty-nine students enrolled in the junior class under the direction of Mr. Galler. Class officers were: Miller, Mr. Galler. President ...,........ ,..... L eo Mickley Vice-president ..... Stanton Barnes Secretary ............ ...,,..,.., ...... ......,, I e a n Gardner Treasurer ..,..................C,rr,r...,..,.....,..,........Vr,,,,........... Nancy Hunt The twelve members on the Honor Society are Stanton Barnes, Sarah Bell, Carol Crow, Tom Dvorak, Alice Farmer, Marilyn Greer, Connie Hagans, Jane Holland, Nancy Hunt, Bob Landis, Bob Miller, and Carol Sigman. Five members participated in football: Gary Durbin, Bob Miller, Stanton Barnes, Gary Hughes, and Tom Dvorak. The members of the band were: Nancy Hunt, Iean Gardner, Marilyn Greer, Curt Blubaugh, Bob Landis. The members of the basketball team were: Lonnie Stull, Gary Durbin, Le- land Zollars, and Bob Miller. lean Gardner was elected as queen attendant for the year. The class gave its annual Class Play, "Teen Time," March 21. Also the class sponsored the Iunior-Senior Banquet on April 10. Carol Crow and Sarah Bell represented the class as our Cheerleaders. We all feel our class has had a successful year. -Bob Miller Page Thirty-xix The Clarion '58 ROW l W Mike Blubaugh, Wade Gillespie, lim Myer, Don Truex, Henry Chapman, Clinton Lybarger, Calvin Porter, Laverne Frazee. ROW 2 - Mary Ann Mizer, Ima Smith, Sharon Smith, Kay Smith, Cindy Styers, Rebecca Ridgeway. ROW 3 - Larry Lauderbaugh, Teresa Blubaugh, Ianet Leach, Rebecca Moore, Kathy Smail, Sally Banbury, Bonnie Shrimplin, Maxine Reed, Beverly Ridgeway, Doug Durbin, Harold Huggins. ROW 4 - Homer Blubaugh, Thelma Doyle, Mary Smith, Delilah Shultz, Kay Hammond, Sandy Mickley, Kay Ferenbangh, Betty Davis, Maija Sakne, Martha Piar, lim Schaub. ROW 5 - Janice Singer, Marlene McMillan, Carrie Woltord, Roger Sloan, Darwin Woods, Larry Hashman. Bob Keener, Kenny Durbin, Cora Stringiellow, Lucy Blubaugh, Mrs. Lewis. ROW 6 - Ierry Cline, Ioe Durbin, Thurman Bywaters, Glen Chapman. Dick Mavis, Tom Cline, Lyn Lyons, Bill Banbury, Clyde Logston, Mr. Vaughn. Sophomore Class In September 1957, fifty-six pupils entered the sophomore class under the guidance of Mr. Vaughn, Mrs. Lewis, and Mrs. Hurst. President ...............................................,...... ...,..... S ally Banbury Vice-president Kay Hammond Secretary .......... ..... C armen Durbin Treasurer ...................................,................,... Beverly Ridgeway Reporter ......,....................,..........................,... Bonnie Shrimplin The Honor Society members were Sally Banbury, Homer Blubaugh, Carmen Durbin, Douglas Durbin, Dick Mavis, Iim Myer, Bonnie Shrimplin, Roger Sloan, Sandy Mickley, and Rebecca Moore. The football members included Tom Cline, Lyn Lyons, Iim Myer., Larry Lauderbaugh, Dick Mavis, Thurman Bywaters, Doug Durbin, Kenny Durbin, Roger Sloan, Bill Banbury, Wade Gillespie, and lim Schaub. Sally Banbury and Beverly Ridgeway were elected the reserve cheer- leaders. The basketball members were Doug Durbin, Tom Cline, Lyn Lyons, Dick Mavis, Kenny Durbin, Thurman Bywaters, Clinton Lybarger, Darwin Woods, and Wade Gillespie. - Rebecca Moore Page 'Thirty-.reven The Clarion '58 ROW l - Marvin Workman, Nilo Brown, Pete Resnis, Hank Nyhart, Dave Mickley, Bob Blubaugh, Paul Cornell, Don Switzer, Bob Holt, Gordon Hughett. ROW 2 - Anita Spearman, ludy Hall, Rose Col0PYf Marilyn Hoagland, Carol Peterson, Deanna Frazee. ROW 3 - Kay Summerfield, Margaret Finan, Mary lane Blubaugh, Lois Bolinq, Phyllis Bell, Sue Anderson, Peggy Banbury, Mary Lee Ridgeway, Linda Mills, Shirley Troyer, Clyde Hoagland, Imant Samils. ROW 4 - Leonard Vess, Pete Kreimes, Bob Neiderhouser, Iohn Durbin, Bob Purdy, Danny Durbin, lim Drake. Ralph Colopy, Pete Durbin, Ed Farmer, Charles Smith, Doug Hill. ROW 5 -V Bonnie Cofiield, Kay Durbin, Sharon Colopy, Ruth Blubaugh, Mary Kay Brumbaugh, Barbara Harlett, Iudy Cline, Carolyn Banbury, Anne Hughes, Violet Thorpe, Evelyn Payne, Margaret Workman. BOW S Jack Martin, Howard Vance, Donald Grooms, Albert Weaver, Mike Hagans, Raymond Moore, Clarence Hart. Mr. O'Brien, Iohn Sapp, Herb Sapp. Freshman Class On September 3, 1957, 28 girls and 33 boys entered the freshman class under the guidance of Mr. O'Brien. President ................... ....... I udy Hall Vice-president .,.. Kay Durbin Secretary .......... ................ L inda Mills Treasurer ................,..,...........,..................., Margaret Workman There are fourteen members on the Honor Society. They are Hose Colopy, Sharon Colopy, Iudy Cline, Kay Durbin, Margaret Finan, Anne Hughes, Mike Hagans, David Mickley, lack Martin, Linda Mills, Pete Resnis, Albert Weaver, and Margaret Workman. Those that are in the band are lack Martin, Pete Kreimes, Rose Colopy, Mike Hagans, Iudy Cline, Carolyn Banbury, and Carol Peterson. The reserve cheerleaders are Anne Hughes and Margaret Workman. The boys participating in football are Danny Durbin, Pete Durbin, Ed Farmer, Bob Holt, Clyde Hoagland. Mike Hagans, Paul Cornell, Pete Kreimes, Pete fContinued on page 841 Page Thirty-eight The Clarion '58 ROV? 1 - Danny Sigmcm, Bill Vander Hooven, Sam Shultz, Ronnie McMillan, Nancy Mizer, Donna o sto ' ' ' ' ' ' g n, Sharon Treap, Lois Lorenzen. B111 Ridgeway, Iim Rieheld. Paul Sheldon, Iim Spearman. ROW 2 - Charles Hawkins, Ed Myer, Sandra Nyhart. Alice Proper, Ann Staats, Carol Lyons, Mildred Troyer, Margene Zickeioose, Clarence Supp, Kenneth Miller, Iim Piar. ROW 3 - Therman Strouse, Tom Strouse, Carolyn Workman, Dace Samils. Carolyn McKee. Constance Koons, Joyce Smith. Karen Thorp, Patricia Vess, Kenneth Summers, Earnest Mullet. ROW 4 - Mike Shrimplin, Mr. McMillan, Robert Stimpert. Eighth Grade President ....,.,,............ ........ T om Strouse Vice-president ............,, Olivia Goodwin Secretary - Treasurer ................,.......................,.,.... . Ioe Gardner At the opening of the school year, September 3, 1957, thirty-nine students entered the eighth grade classroom under the supervision of Mr. McMillan. Since then Dace Samils, Margene Zickefoose and Billy Vander Hooven have withdrawn. Jim Bieheld, Sam Shultz, Kenny Summers, Iim Spearman, Bill Ridgeway, Paul Sheldon, and Thermon Strouse were members of the football squad. Paul Sheldon, Iim Spearman, and Bill Ridgeway were members of the basketball squad. Iim Spearman, Karen Thorp, Ioyce Smith, Sharon Treap, Nancy Mizer, and Ann Staats were members of the High School Band. The cheerleaders from this class were Ioyce Smith and Carolyn Workman. -Carolyn Workman and Ann Staats Page Thirty-nine The Clarion '58 ROW 1 - David Greer, Bob Ray, Sylvia Barnes, Dixiana Workman, Mathilda Chapman, Marlene Carr, Olivia Goodwin, Elizabeth Colopy, Ianey Breckler, Iim Gallion, Carl Wallace. ROW 2 --M Lloyd Carr, Harold Loqsdon, Maris Klavins, Barbara Geog, Helen Ferenbauqh, Nancy Cagwin. Nancy Arweller, Connie Wright, Mike Hammond, Iim Grooms, Paul Burqett. ROW 3 7 Pat Blubaugh, Ioe Gardner, Deborah Hissong, Ianice Holdren, Sharon Huffman, Mr. Ball, Beatrice Blubaugh, Charlotte Hughes, Barbara Wright, Iim Blubaugh. Seventh and Eighth Grade In our class there are twenty-nine pupils. Twelve boys and seventeen girls. Class officers for the eighth grade from our room are Vice-president, Olivia Goodwin: treasurer, Ioe Gardner. Class officer for the seventh grade is Vice- president, David Greer. Those who played Iunior High football from our class this year were Paul Burgett, Iim Blubaugh, and Ioe Gardner. Those who played Iunior High basketball were: Maris Klavins, David Greer, Mike Hammond, Iim Blubaugh, Paul Burgett, Ioe Gardner, and Iim Gallion. The band members in our class are Maris Klavins, David Greer, Mike Ham- mond, Iane Breckler, Sharon Banbury, Betty Colopy, Nancy Arweller, Oliva Goodwin, and Sharon Huffman. -Beatrice Blubaugh Page Forty The Clarion '58 ROW 1 - Edward Frazee, Edward Gardner, Sandra DeVore, Lynn Hissong, Ann Baker, Iill Dunagan, Rebecca Roberts. Lois McKee, Iudy Self. Gary Mowery, Richard Gooding, Iohn Hall. ROW 2 7 Lawrence Blubaugh, William Snyder. Harold Morris. Richard Holland, Charles Blubauqh. Barbara Smith, Carol Pipes. Marilyn McKee, Mary Cly, Harold Burgett, Ioe Ridgeway, Lonnie Moreland.. ROW 3 i Calvin Keener. Kay Mickley, Linda Mizer. Patty Payne. lack Dile, Virginia Fox, Lois Ridgeway. Diane COIOPY. Martha Finan. Ianet Mizer. ROW 4 - Kenneth Banbury, Dal Baldridge, Robert Crow, Clifton Looney, Sue Mizer. Mr. Smithhisler. Dianne Mavis, Byron DeVore, William Moore, Dan Doyle. Seventh Grade Under the able leadership of Mr. Smithhisler 44 students, 21 girls and 23 boys began the 1957-58 school year. Lynn Hissong moved to Florida in October. Richard Gooding, Danny Doyle, Dan Baker, Ioe Ridgeway, Kenny Banbury, Clifton Looney, and Bob Crow are on the Iunior High football team. Those on the Iunior High basketball team are Eddie Gardner, Dan Baker, Ioe Ridge- way, Kenny Banbury, Bob Crow, and Clifton Looney. Patty Payne, Ianet Mizer. and Dianne Mavis, are our cheerleaders. Page Forty-one The Clarion '58 Sixth Grade - Mrs. Stitzlein ROW l - - lon Gallion, Tommy Renfrew, Frank Gooding, Bob Mizer, Norman Workman, Timmy Mullet, Timmy F azee, Ioun Greer, Charles Whitney. ROW 2 - Clarence Durbin, Saundra Gardner. Tammie Hagans, Donna Durbin, Coralie Lauderbaugh, Karen Bennet, Guna Klavins, Danny Lepley, Billy Furdaus, David Fesler, Mrs. Stitzlein. BOW 3 David Workman, George Fesler, Ba:bara Blubaugh, Sharon Switzer, Carol Perenbaugh, Dawn Hamilton, Priscilla Brown, Iames Snyder, Bill Durbin, Charles Kucheravy. ROW 4 - - lean Nyhart, Doris Woods, Barbara Kennodle, Pam Carter, Iosephine Finan, Saundra Holdren, Shirley Workman, Ioyce Hashman. ROW 5 - - Valdis Sakne, Paul Hoover, Charles Whetstone, Ierry Drake, Roger Vance, Ronnie Snivelj lohn Hammond Fifth and Sixth Grade - Mr. Pansler ROW 1 - Larry Pipes, Iack Smith, Ronald Beck, Danny Elliot, Lija Samils, Margie Keener, Grace Sapp, David Shaw, Stephen Blubaugh, Mike Koons, Stephen Workman. HOW 2 - Donald Sapp, Gary Cochran, Hugh Colopy, Larry Lyons, Andris Podnieks, Donald Smith, Gary Sprenq, Richard Holt, Mr. Pansler. ROW 3 Sharon Leach, Sue Lauderbauqh, Mary Ellen Mowery, Charlene Oswalt, Shirley Rinard, Sally Boeshart, Marilyn Hawkins. ROW 4 f- Gregory Hill, Dexter Swendal, Dale Sapp, Charles Brown, Chris Perkins. Harold Smith. Page Forty-two The Clarion '58 Fifth Grade - Mrs. O'Brien ROW l f- Roger Col-field, Billy Ferry, Mike Hochstetler, Donald Mowery, Anita Boeshart. Pamela Staats, Nancy Selt, Stephen Colopy, Walter DeVore, Ralph Kaylor, Kenneth Miller, Victor Smith. David Blubauqh. ROW 2 - - Dick Treap, Iimmy Whetstone, Iohn Anderson, Linda Bross, Lynn Culler, Ioe Durbin, Bobby Hoagland, lane Blubaugh, Betsy Workman, Danny Treap, Mrs. O'Br1en. ROW 3 -- Margaret Piar, Virginia Moreland, Sharyn Maffett, Doris Cline. Ioyce Miller, Fred Hart, Linda Heaton, Mary Anne Durbin, Sharon Schaub. ROW 4 -W Carl Looney, Betty Strouse, Sharon Logston. Pamela Troyer, Dick Dusthimer, Judy Breckler. Sandra Singer, Maybelle Looney, Barbara Dunagan. ABSENT -- Billy Blubaugh, Iohnny Kaylor. Beverly Boeshart. ENTERED LATE Boetta Weese. Fourth Grade - Mr. Rader ROW 1 -f - Dick Arweller, Henry Blubaugh, Mark Miller, Bobby Brown, Garret Swendal, Charles Bower, Kenneth Chapman, Eugne Body, Danny Gardner. ROW 2 -7- Kenneth Batten, Stephen Spurgeon, Donald Vance, Dennis Smith, Mervyn Nugent, Eddie O'Brien, Ronald Wise, Mr. Rader. HOW 3 - Eddie Hess, Lloyd Frazee, Lowell Richert. Hoy Strouse, Tom Bowman, Gregg Thorp, Teiry Sheldon, Frank Denman. Page Forty-lb ree The Clarion '58 Fourth Grade - Mrs. Holdren ROW l V Bonnie Horn, Iudith Fesler, Linda Carr, Connie Akins, Polly Durbin, Larry Gardner, Linda Clark, Jane Greer, Larry Farmer, Dottie Frazee, Dale Dvorak, Tommy Durbin, Danny Gilt, Bonnie Akins, Lundy Adlesberger. ROW 2 - Ioe Gallion, Margaret Durbin. Mary lane Heaton, Barbara Conkle, Karen Hunt, Sharon Hunt, Barbara Bross, Linda Daniels, Sue Hart, Donald Hamm, Mrs. Holdren. ROW 3 Lois Chadil, Iohn Harlett, Patrick Finan, Stephen Hughes, Sharon Geog, Billy Galler, Roger White, Judy Bodnar, Ion Lyons. Fourth Grade - Mrs. Robeson ROW 1 Elden Mullet, James Proper, Marvin Smith, Karen Sloan, Linda Sheldon, Darlene Hay, Anna Mae Laser, Dennis Mackey, Mike Pense, Curtis Kent, Donna Miller, Linda McKee. ROW 2 - - Ronnie Lepley, Andy Murvine, Stanton Colopy, Shirley Stull, Karen McMurty, Cheryl Maftet, lane Smith, Carol Mizer, Edward Shalier, Lonnie Self, Mrs. Robeson. ROW 3 - - Linda Reiner, Sherlyn Loyd, Ruth Smith, Sophia Struthers, Barbara Simmons, Sandra Stanley, Ioanne Staats, Karen Kent, Robert McKee. , Page Forty-four The Clarion '58 Third Grade - Mrs. Ruby ROW l - - Neil Shaw, Myron Oswall, Karen Lepley, Gloria Meehan, Shirley Keener, Ruth Kaylor, Pamela Summers, Amy Blubaugh, Michael Shaffer, John Shults, Jimmy Johnson, Sieven Kauffman. HOW 2 -'- Terry Mumaw, Tommy Ridgeway, Chester Looney, Jimmy Workman, Barbara Mullet, Mary lo M.ckley, Sandra Wantland. Rebecca Ruder, Mrs. Ruby. ROW 3 -- Jean Lorenzen, Patty Murvine, Nancy McClain, Beth Murdock, Josephine Zickefoose, Carol Workman, Monroe Wright, Eddie Ferenbauqh, Micheal Siqrnan. ABSENT - Tex Worchester. Third Grade - Mrs. Blubaugh ROW 1 5- Mary Jane Colopy, Carolyn Bowman, Phyllis Deakins, Barbara Fesler, Gary Fesler, Gary Hamilton, Ralph Ferry, Martin Blubaugh, Mike Butts, Rick Blubaugh. ROW'2 - Mike Johnson, Mickey Kanuckel, Danny Hively, Kaye Hess, Paula Higgins, Della Boeshart, Linda Engelhardt, Ruth McMurty, Mary Ellen Geog. ROW 3 - Sarah Finan, Sue Brooks, Dianne Bross, Jane Chadil, Patty Farquhar, Jimmy McClain. Johnny Breckler, David Logston. J. T. Holland, Mrs. Blubauqh. Page I"orfy-fire The Clarion '58 Mm-Wi Second Grade - Mrs. Edgar ROW l 4 Billy Barnes, Dale Durbin, Gary Dennis, Suzanne Blubaugh, Bonnie Gilt, Beverly Fox, Francis Boeshart, Nelson Bross, Richard Cly, Forrest Frazee. ROW 2 - - Doris Davis, Paula Culler, Anne Blubaugh, Kitty Iean Banbury, Kenneth Boeshart. Lynn Farmer, Mike Batten Edward Cornett, Dale Akins. ROW 3 - Mary Chadil, Deborah Bodnar, Mary Ellen Gardner, David Dusthimer, Mark Banbury. Sylvia Brown, Larry Daniels, Bennie Durbin, Roger Durbin, Mrs. Edgar. ABSENT - - Charles Blubaugh, Linda Farquhar. A Second Grade - Mrs. Engle ROW l -e Billy Shaffer, Terry Miller, Mary Ann Mowery, Rebecca Summers. Nancy McKee, Barbara Simmons, Bonnie Io Shultz, John McClain, Wayne Thompson. ROW Z - Roxanna Shultz, Sharon Morris, Marsha Smith, Carolyn Mellor, Roger Smith, Tommy Staats, Freddie Mickley, David Reeder, Iimmy Stachler, Stevie Snyder, Kathleen McDonald. ROW 3 Don Miller, Gary Stanley, Warren McClain, John Strouse, Marjorie Nugent, Pamela Thorp, Patsy Shrimplin, Paula Swendal. Mrs. Engle. The Clarion '58 Second Grade - Mrs. Finan ROW l 3 Gary Gardner, Melvin Zickeioose, Georqianna McFadden, Gladys Hart, Betsy Hawkins, Rebecca Workman, Billy Hood, Iimmy Troyer. ROW 2 --- Stevie Zimmerman, Stuart Koons, Susie Workman, Shirley Hively, Marilyn Mellor, Wanda Martin, David Ward, Bob Chapman, Sammy Laser, Raymond Lemmon. Mrs. Finan. ROW 3 --- Lee Lyons, Chad Lyons, Billy Martin, Suzanne Goodwin, Mary Ellen Hochstetler, Linda Worchester, Christine Vance, Mike Wade. First Grade - Mrs. Snow ROW 1 -- Linda Smith, Robyn Swendal, Patricia Wade, Marcia Rice HOW.2 - lack Furdaus,- Daniel Mullet, Iane Struthers, Bonnie Self, loan White, lean White, Marcia Ridgeway, Cheryl Mills, Ann Smith, Mrs. Snow. ROW .3 - Susan Sellgy, Manuel Wriqht, Douglas Stitzlein, Douglas Oswalt, Brenda Strouse, Meredith Miller, Thomas Mickley, Roger Mizer, Virginia Stambaugh. ABSENT Vicki Moore, Patty Conley, Mary Ellen Whetstone, Paul Snyder. Diana Miller, Robert Vaughn, Edmund Renemans, Kathy Zollars. Page lforly-sever! The Clarion '58 First Grade - Mrs. Shaw ROW 1 - Steven Hagans, Patricia I.each, Gerald Ferenbaugh, Russell Lemmon, Connie Gilt, Elizabeth Finan, Linda Furdaus, Kathryn Durbin, Georqiana Johnson, David Englehardt. ROW 2 -- Larry Fesler, David Geog. Carolyn Lepley, Kathy Griffith, John Loyd, Kathy Jones, Bonita Hamm, Charil Lower, Ralph Frazee. ROW 3 --- Billie Hess, Freddie Kaufiman, Neil Grassbaugh, Jimmy Smith, Rosalie Galler, Dixie Forrest, Lanny Lyons, Steven Durbin, Mrs. Shaw. ABSENT - Mary Looney, Judy Boeshart. First Grade - Mrs. Workman ROW 1 -- Helen Cly, Rebecca Bricker, David Zicketoose, Richard McKee, Bobby Cutlip. ROW 2 - Karen Breckler, Elizabeth Blubaugh, Wynoka Dillon, Paul Butts, Paul Boeshart, Terry Bross, Terry Bell. Dennis Durbin. ROW 3 ee Patty Carter, Joan Breckler. Robert Batten, Robert Moreland, Sharon Baldridqe, Shirley Baldridge, Ronald Blubaugh, John Chadil, David Bross, Mrs. Workman. ABSENT - Susan Bower, Benny Blubaugh, Pat Crow, Kathleen Denman. Page Forty-eight ACTIVITIES The Clarion '58 ROW l Maija Podnieks, Iucly Kreimes, Rose Fincrn, Mr. Senft, Chick Durbin, Charles Treen, Louis Gillespie, ROW 2 --- Harold Mickley, Kate Colopy, Judy Young, Linda Durbin, Ioyce Cagwin, Patty Riley, Iudy Gardner, Iecmnie Smith, Rebecca Moore. Icryne Nyhcrrt. ROW 3 f-- Ioe Banbury, Bob Shultz, Bob Davis, Larry Stimpert, Bob Piar. Dave Myer, Marty Koons, Paul DeVore, Ierry Brown, Bill Neiderhouser. ROW 4 3 Bob Ridgeway. Martha Finan, Mary Blubaugh, Cora Blubaugh, Linda Hammond, Marilyn Banbury, Gretchen Mavis, Ioy Lauderbauqh, Elaine Edgar, Kay Durbin, Carolyn Workman, Ann Staats, Larry Snively. Editor ..,....,...,...r,.r.. Assistants oc,.........oo..,o, Business Manager .... Assistants oco,ocoococoococooco,o Circulation Manager Assistants aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa,,aa Senior Class Notes ,,,.w, Class Will .aaa..arraaa..a. Can You Imagine .,.... Basketball Notes r,,,. Baseball Notes ....w Track Notes aaaa.aa.,..,. Ir. High Football a,,,r, Ir. High Basketball ...... Reserve Basketball .,rr. Varsity "D" Notes Band ...,....Y,,,,,,Yl,,,...... Speech .,... F. F. A. aaaa C Page lrzfty Clarion Staff Rose Finan Iudy Kreimes, Maija Podnieks Charles Durbin Louis Gillespie, Charles Treen Ioe Banbury Bob Ridgeway, Bill Stachler Wanna Carr. Saundra Stringfellow Gretchen Mavis, Ioyce Cagwin Mary Blubaugh, Elaine Edgar Harold Mickley fContinued on page 841 Clair Richert Marty Koons Bill Neiderhouser David Myer, Ierry Brown Larry Snively Linda Durbin Kate Colopy Dorothy Loney Bob Shultz, Bob Piar The Clarion '58 l ROW 1 - Lyn Lyons, Pete Resnis, Iim Myer. lack Martin, Roger Sloan. Homer Blubaugh. Doug Durbin. Albert Weaver. ROW 2 f Ieannie Smith, Sheila Workman, Judy Kreimes, Ioy Lauderbauqh, Linda Durbin, Gretchen Mavis. Maija Podnieks, Ioyce Cagwin. Linda Hammond, Elaine Edgar, Cora Blubaugh. Mrs. Harlett. ROW 3 - Tom Dvorak. Margaret Finan. Hose Colopy, Margaret Workman. Anne Hughes. Sally Banbury, Judy Young. Patty Riley, Jayne Nyhart, Chick Durbin, Rose Finan. Carol Crow, Sarah Bell. Bob Miller. ROW 4 - Bob Landis, Stanton Barnes, Rebecca Moore, Sharon Colopy, Mary Lee Ridgeway, Linda Mills, Carmen Durbin, Iudy Cline, Bonnie Shrimplin. Marilyn Greer. Nancy Hunt, Connie Hagans. Kay Durbin, Dick Mavis, Mike Hagans. Honor Society The Honor Society has 27 members, including 22 members who were initiated in February. Those who were initiated are as follows: Freshmen: Iudy Cline, Rose Colopy, Sharon Colopy, Kay Durbin, Margaret Finan, Mike Hagans, Anne Hughes, Iackie Martin, Dave Mickley, Linda Mills, Pete Resnis, Mary Lee Ridgeway, Albert Weaver, Margaret Workman. Sophomores: Iim Myer, Doug Durbin, and Homer Blubaugh. Iuniors: Nancy Hunt and Alice Farmer. Seniors: Iudy Kreimes and Jayne Nyhart. The Honor Society has a banquet each year following initiation, honoring the new members. President ............ .,.. G retchen Mavis Vice-President ...... ..... M aija Podnieks Secretary ........... .... I udy Young Treasurer .... ..... R ose Finan Advisor .... ..... M rs. Harlett -Linda Hammond Page Fifty-one The Clarion '58 HOW l - Bob Ridgeway, Bill Neiderhouser, Keith Beck, Gretchen Mavis, Sarah Bell, Linda Durbin, Carol Crow, Marilyn Banbury, Marty Koons, Chick Durbin. ROW 2 -- Bob Blubaugh, Roger Baker, Pete Durbin, Larry Lauderbaugh, Ioe Banbury, Tom Cline, Bob Miller, Clinton Lybarger, Louie Gillespie, Gary Durbin, Doug Durbin. ROW 3 --e Mike Tracy, Tom Dvorak, Harold Mickley, Mr. Nugent, Mr. O'Brien, Dick Mavis, Stanton Barnes, Iim Schaub, Lyn Lyons, Paul DeVore. varsity "D" Club The Varsity "D" Club has been organized to promote athletics and good sportsmanship in Danville. It is composed of students earning varsity letters in either basketball or football. Each year the Varsity "D" presents a trophy to the most valuable players in both basketball and football. This player is voted on by his teammates. Another highlight of the club is the formal dance held each spring. Varsity "D" pins were ordered this year. To be eligible you must be in the club two years. President ,.l,...l..... ..... C hick Durbin Vice-president ......, ..... H arold Mickley Secretary ..........,. .,.......... L inda Durbin Treasurer ...... .... M arilyn Banbury - Linda Durbin Page Fifty-two The Clarion '58 ROW l - Iudy Hall, Mary lane Blubaugh, Lois Boling, Phyllis Bell, Iayne Nyhart, Rose Colcpy, Kay Durbin, Margaret Finan. ROW 2- Mrs. Lewis, Marvin Workman. Bob Holt, Hank Nyhart. Pete Resnis, Don Truex. ROW 3 - Dave Mickley, lim Schauh, Homer Blubaugh, Anne Hughes, Roger Sloan, Sally Banbury. Mary Ridgeway, Maija Sakne, Bob Blubauqh, Gordon Hughett. ROW 4 - Rebecca Moore, Kathy Smail, Linda Mills, Peggy Banbury, Violet Thorp, Carolyn Banbury, Barbara Harlett. Margaret Workman, Delilah Shultz, Sharon Colopy, Martha Piar. ROW 5 - Jack Martin, Pete Kreimes, Albert Weaver, Mike Hagans, Dick Mavis, Iim Myer, Doug Durbin. Darwin Woods, Bob Neiderhoussr, Chuck Smith. Latin Club The Latin Club under the direction of Mrs. Lewis, includes both Latin I and Latin II students. There are 45 members, including 29 Freshmen, 14 Sopho- mores, and 2 Seniors. Our club has monthly meetings and plans are being made for its Annual Roman Banquet in full Roman costumes. Officers elected were as follows: President .,,,.,,..... ,.,, B oger Sloon Vice President ..... ......,.,,,.,. S ally Banbury Treasurer ......,... Mary Lee Ridgeway Secretary .... .,..........,. A nn Hughes Patty Riley Page F i fty-three The Clarion '58 HOW 1 A Ieannie Smith, Cora Blubaugh. Elaine Edgar, Ioyce Cagwin. Marilyn Greer, Maija Podnieks, Gretchen Mavis, Rose Finan, Mrs. Lewis. HOW 2 7 Rose Colopy. Kay Smith, Sally Banbury, Connie Hagcms, Chick Durbin, Stanton Barnes, Bill Neiderhouser, Carrie Wolford, Kathy Smail, Carolyn Workman, Margaret Pinan. ROW 3 -- Homer Blubaugh, Albert Weaver, Clem Blubaugh, Bob Miller, Gary Mizer. School Parade The News Staff is composed of 24 members. Under the direction of Mrs. Ota Lewis, articles of school activities are published each Week in the Danville newspaper. At the beginning ot each school year interested students may become eligible by writing three news articles and having them accepted. Other activities include raising money for a trip in the spring. Editor-in-chief ..............................,............. ............ Marilyn Greer Senior Editor .... .... G retchen Mavis Feature Editor ..... ...... I oyce Cagwin Copy Editor .... Maija Podnieks Sports Editor ..... ..... S tanton Barnes Maija Podnieks Page Fifty-four The Clarion '58 Kate Colopy, Rose Fincm, Marilyn Banbury, Saundra Stringiellow, Dorothy Laney, Lucille Ferenbauqh, Linda Durbin, Larry Stimpert, Faye Smith, Iudy Young, Mrs. Lewis, Iudy Gardner, Linda Hammond, Iayne Nyhart, Ioy Lauderbaugh. Speech Class The Speech class, under the direction of Mrs. Lewis, is composed of thirteen senior girls and three senior boys. Class activities include Parliamentary Procedure, debates, memorizing poems, and learning how to hold good group discussions. The Speech class also took part in assembly programs. The officers were as follows: President ............. .... L inda Hammond Vice-President ...,. ......... L inda Durbin Secretary .....................,................... ......,.... I ayne Nyhart Treasurer .V...............,,....................,.o.... .....,. I oy Lauderbaugh Student Council Representative ..... .....,,...... I udy Young Dorothy Loney Page Fifty-five The Clarion '58 ROW l - Clinton Lybarqer, Tom Dvorak, Richard Huggins, Gary Hughes, Ioe Banbury. ROW 2 --- Mr. Gore, Icnet Leach, Sarah Bell, Ioy Lcruderbuugh, Sharon Strouse, Shirley Troyer, Alice Proper. ROW 3 A Bill Banbury, Paul DeVore, Tom Whitney, Tom Cline, Charles Treen, Ierry Brown, Bob Wise. Merle Huffman. School Bus Patrol The School Bus Patrol this year consists of ten buses. The driver of each bus selects at least two riders as School Patrolmen. Their job is to keep the buses clean, orderly, and quiet. These young ladies and gentlemen should be recognized for the good job they are doing. Sarah Bell Page Fifty-six The Clarion '58 Iayne Nyhart, Ioy lauderbauqh, Rose Finon, Iudy Young, Sarah Bell, lane Holland, Patty Riley, Connie Hagans, Alice Farmer, Carol Sigman, Jeannie Smith, Iudy Kreimes, Mr. Galler, Mary Blubaugh, Gretchen Mavis, Sheila Workman, Cora Blubaugh. . . Libranans The library staff under the supervision of Mr. Galler consists of sixteen girls. Each librarian has one period out of the day in which she is in charge of the library, with the help ot her assistant. The library has received many new books this year due to the help of the Student Council. The librarians are : lst period: 2nd period: 3rd period: 4th period. 5th period: 6th period: 7th period: 8th period: Iudy Young and Ioy Lauderbaugh Rose Finan and Iayne Nyhart Mary Blubaugh and Cora Blubaugh Patty Riley Iudy Kreimes and Iane Holland Gretchen Mavis, Ieannie Smith and Sheila Workman Connie Hagans and Sara Bell Carol Sigman and Alice Farmer Iudy Young Page Ififly-xeven The Clarion '5 8 ROW l - Iudy Gardner, Iva McClain, Saundra Stringiellow, Dorothy Loney, Wanna Carr, June Carr, Lucille Eeiienbaugh, Marilyn Banbury, Linda Hammond, Ioyce Cagwin, Faye Smith, Linda Durbin, Kate o opy. ROW 2 - Mrs. Hurst, Deanne Frazee, Sylvia Barnes, Sharon Banbury, Mary Cly, Iane Breckler, Betty Colopy, Sandra DeVore, Rebecca Roberts, Iudy Self, Lois McKee, Dixiana Workman, Marlene Carr, Dace Samils. ROW 3 - Ianet Leach, Carol Peterson, Kay Summerfield, Nancy Arweller, Lois Lorenzen. Olivia Goodwin, Matilda Chapman, Lynn Hissong, Ann Baker, Barbara Geog, Connie Wright, Nancy Cagwin, Sharon Strouse. ROW 4 - Marlene McMillan, Lucy Blubaugh, Cora Sttingfellow, Lois Ridgeway, Patty Payne, Virginia Fox, Sue Anderson, Nancy Mizer, Ann Staats, Mary Ann Mizer, Sue Mizer. ROW 5 Patty Vess, Carolyn McKee, Alice Proper, Ianice Holdren, Debbra Hissong, Charlotte Hughes, Sharon Huffman, Carrie Wolford, Teresa Blubaugh, Cindy Styers, Kay Mickley, Diane Colopy. ROW 6 - Sharon Treap, Margene Zicketoose, Donna Logston, Connie Koons, Joyce Smith, Karen Thorp, Mildred Troyer, Mary Kay Brumbaugh, Beatrice Blubaugh, Bonnie Coflield, Evelyn Payne, Ianet Mizer, Barbara Smith. Martha Finan. ROW 7 7 Linda Mizer, Ianice Singer, Carol Lyons, Shirley Troyer, Carolyn Workman, Helen Ferenbaugh, Sandra Nyhart, Marilyn Hoagland, Ruth Ann Blubaugh, Marilyn McKee, Carol Pipes, Dianne Mavis, lill Dunaqan. Barbara Wright. NOT PICTUHED --- Ellen McKee, lean Lauderbaugh, Sarah Sapp. Bernice Weese, and Nancy Griffin. F. H. A. A combination of junior and senior high students make the Home Economics classes this year ninety-two - one of the largest. Alternating the two semesters with cooking and sewing, the six classes have each tasted their own pies, cakes, and full-course dinners, and engaged themselves in sewing. Carrie Wolford Page Fifty-eight The Clarion '58 ROW l g Mr. Wheeler, Bob Shultz, Bob Piar, Bob Keener, Henry Chapman. ROW 2 - Ralph Colopy, Pete Durbin, Paul DeVore, Tom Whitney, Clem Blubaugh, Glen Burgett. Gary Mizer, Iohn Sapp, Marvin Workman. ROW 3 - loe Banbury. Leonard Vess, Donald Grooms, Kenny Durbin, Harold Huggins. Fo Fo Al President ..e..,.,....,. ......................,.,.,.... ....... B o b Shultz Vice-President ......... ,,,we,,.eeww,,, B ob Piar Secretary ......,..vv..Y vVeeV,,e,,e,, G ary Mizer Treasurer .,.,....,..... .,.,..,. T om Whitney News Reporter ,,,..,.,,.,.,.,......,...............,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,V,ee Clem Blubaugh Custodian ,....,...,.....,..............,..........,.,.,.......,...av.,.,.,....,.,,... Glen Burgett In 1929 the Danville Chapter was organized under the leadership of T. A. Wheeler, with twelve chapter members. The chapter now consists of five Seniors, four Iuniors, four Soohomores, and seven Freshmen. Two members attended the convention at Columbus, Ohio, they were Paul DeVore and Clem Blubaugh. The annual Parent-Son Banquet was held Dec. 5, 1957. The Honorary Farmer was Iohn Kaylor. The Danville chapter basketball team consists of 12 players. The :live starters are Paul DeVore, Keith Beck, Bob Shultz, Bob Piar, and Glen Burgett. The substitutes are Carroll Richert, Harold Huggins, Clem Blubauqh, Marvin Workman, Don Grooms, Leonard Vess, and Ralph Colopy. Election of officers was held Ianuary 14, 1958. The future office holders for 1958 are: President .....,,,.,.,,,,.,.,,., Kenny Durbin News Reporter ........., Clem Blubaugh Vice-President ...... Marvin Workman Custodian ....................,. Don Grooms Treasurer ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,...,.,.. Torn Whitney Student Advisor ......,......,., Iohn Sapp Secretary .,....... ....... G ary Mizer Page lfifly-nine The Clarion '58 ROW 1- Mr. Reese, Mary Blubauqh, Ivcr McClain, Teresa Blubauqh, Betty Davis HOW 2 Colvin Porter, Bill Banbury, Bob Davis, Gary Moreland, Bob Wise, Kenny Wils D Student Managers Association The following students under the supervision of Mr. Reese, sold tickets helped at football games, and took tickets at Basketball games: Page Sixty FOOTBALL Teresa Blubaugh Mary Blubaugh Iva McClain Betty Davis Kenny Wilson Bob Davis BASKETBALL Bill Banbury Bob Wise Ierry Cline Kenny Wilson Calvin Porter Gary Moreland Larry Hashman lim Drake The Clarion '58 Gretchen Mavis, Maija Podnieks, Sheila Workman, Mrs. Lewis, Ieannie Smith, Elaine Edgar, Cora Blubaugh. French Club The French Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Lewis, consists of six students. M During the past year we have had several French luncheons which were organized to help our pronunciation and speech of the French language. We have also gathered as a group to listen to French records with the purpose to build our French vocabulary. A few parties have also been enjoyed by this small organization. Cora Blubaugh Page Sixty-one The Clarion '58 Delilah Shultz, Rebecca Moore, Mrs. Lewis. Martha Piar, Maija Sakne, Kay Smith, Don Truex. Spanish Club This is the first year that Spanish is being taught in Danville High School. The class of six members is taught by Mrs. Lewis. At the beginning oi the year officers were chosen. They are as follows: President .,.,.........................................,,........,,.,... ....... R ebecca Moore Vice President ...... i,,,,rr ...... D e lilah Shultz Sec. and Treas. .,...,..,. ,..,.,. .... .... . . . .....,.,...... K ay Smith News Reporter .,....,..,.,....,,...,....................,......................... Martha Piar The class also chose their class color, flower and motto. Flower . . . Yellow Bose: Color . . . Melody Green: Motto . . . Perfection is Our Goal. The class holds regular meetings on the first Thursday of each month. They are also planning a lawn party in Spring. Maija Sakne Page Sixty-two The Clarion '58 ROW 1 - Rose Colopy, Ieannie Smith, Carol Crow. Patty Riley, Iudy Young. ROW 2 - Doug Durbin, Martha Piar, Cora Blubaugh, Harold Mickley, Elaine Edgar, Stanton Barnes, Gretchen Mavis, Lindcx Hammond, Mr. Vaughn. ROW 3 g Louis Gillespie, Marty Koons, Mike Hagans, Dick Mavis. Bob Landis, Bob Shultz. Student Council A student council was formed this year for the first time. There are twenty-three members: three from the senior class, three from the junior class, two from the sophomore class, and one from the freshmen class. Also there are three from the junior high who have no voting power. The president is selected from the senior representatives, and the vice-president is selected from the junior representatives. The vice-president will be president the following year. The officers are the following: President .................................... ,,,... H arold Mickley Vice-president ....., ,.,,,,. S tanton Barnes Secretary ..........., ,,..,, C ora Blubaugh Treasurer ...... .... G retchen Mavis Editor .,..... ,.......... E laine Edgar Elaine Edgar Page Sixly-three The Clarion '58 SEATED 7 Clair Richert, Rose Colopy. Charles Treen, Elaine Edgar, Ioyce Smith, Betty Colopy, Bill Neiderhouser, lane Breckler, Larry Stimpert. Sharon Banbury, Marilyn Greer. Ierry Cline, Sylvia Barnes, Iudy Cline, Sharon Treap, Iim Spearman, Olivia Goodwin. Nancy Azweller, Mike Hammond, Sharon Huffman, Carol Peterson, Linda Hammond, Nancy Mizer, Karen Thorp, Pete Kreimes, David Greer, Iack Martin, Kay Hammond, Ann Staats, Iean Gardner, Maija Podnieks. STANDING - Bob Landis, Nancy Hunt, Curtis Blubaugh, Maris Klavins, Patty Riley, Iayne Nyhart, Phyllis Bell, Kate Colopy. Iudy Young, Iudy Gardner. Band The Danville Marching Band of 1957-58 consists of the above members and is under the direction of Lewis W. Vaughn. Our officers are: President, Linda Hammond' Vice-President, aija Podnieks: Sec.-Treas., Iudy Young: and , M News Reporter, Elaine Edgar. Kate Colopy .:" Y A: l "2 .i' LK o R5 n dy. 1 Q: ligg' flsl! FM. Li :lf 2: X : :L lf: 2 553. .div '39 1' . Qing?-' -. Q -av. .,,,,,,f- :V .- 55' 'ffw5f'?1' o x o Page Sixty-four The Clarion '58 SEATED - Icy Lauderbauqh, Harold Mickley, Dorothy Loney, Maija Podnieks, Soundrct Stringiellow, Chick Durbin, David Myer. STANDING --- Marilyn Banbury, Larry Stimpert, Larry Snively, Betty Strouse, Iayne Nyhart, Louis Gillespie, Clair Richert, Mr. Galler. Iudy Kreimes, Linda Hammond. Senior Class Play The Senior Class presented their annual play, "The Boarding House Beach," a three act comedy under the able direction of William I. Galler, on May 2, 1958 in the high school auditorium. CAST Limpy, a guest, alias bank-robber ................,,...... Larry Stimpert Herman, a lighter .................... Harold Mickley Ruby, Herman's wiie, a woman Wilbur, the son decides to open a boarding house ................., Clair Richert Hercules, Wilbur's best pal ............ Dave Myer Betty Lou, daughter, typical wrestler ..,...,...,................. Ioy Lauderbaugh Mr. Potter, a middle age insurance teenster . .............,...,................. lane Nyhart Connie, a very much grown up daughter ...........,...... Saundra Stringiellow Bernadine, Betty Lou's friend, a very Dorothy Loney Louis Gillespie Iudy Kreimes salesman ...,.......,.......,............ Larry Snively Mrs. Mott, A little old lady interested in everything but never says a trustrated young lady ........ Iohn Maxwell, father ................ word ..... ................................... B etty Strouse Lucy Burns, A Walking encyclopedia ..............,..... Linda Hammond Connolly, A typical police- Ianet Maxwell, mother ............ Aunt Mary, Mrs. Maxwell's . Maija Podnieks Marilyn Banbury aunt . ..,.......................,....... .. Nora, Lxmpy's wife ................ man ...................................... Charles Durbm The Maxwell household is Mrs. Maxwell with him. and while they are gone their son Wilbur Qencouraged by his bosom buddy Herculesb turns the house into a boarding house to raise money for a car that he wants. The strange assortment of characters he collects leads to hilarious results when papa and mama return from their trip unexpectedly and the things that start to happen result in a very funny and enjoyable play. -ludy Young in a turmoil when Mr. Maxwell leaves on a business trip. He takes Page Sixty-five The Clarion '58 SEATED - Jeannie Gardner, Lonnie Stull, Sarah Bell, Connie Huguns. Stanton Barnes, Carol Crow, Fred Summerfield, Curt Blubaugh. STANDING - Mike Tracy, Sue Grassbaugh, Bob Landis, Bob Miller, Leland Zollars, Suellen Stachler, Bob Wise, Eddie Banbury, Mr. Galler, lane Holland, Marilyn Greer, Betty Morris, Carol Sigmcm. unior Class Play The Iunior Class Play, A three act comedy entitled "Teen Time," was given March 21. It was given under the assistance of Mr. Galler. The cast follows : Wendy, a girl with a problem .... Carol Crow Mrs. Meade, her mother ........ Marilyn Greer Mr. Meade, her father ...,........ Leland Zollars Babe, her young sister ........ Connie Hagans Marietta, her girl friend ............ Iean Gardner Tim, her boy friend .,......,. ....... B ob Miller Darby, his pal ............. ...... G ary Mizer Harley, a rival ....... ..........,.... S tan Barnes Gay, a pretty menace .................... Sarah Bell Miss Denning, a good friend .... Iayne Holland Mrs. Nash, a businesswoman .... Carol Sigman Milligan, a policeman .............. Curt Blubaugh Gus, a repairman ................ Fred Summerfield Nona, a career girl ................ Sue Grassbaugh Wilbur, high school boy ............ Mike Tracy Tiny. high school boy ........ ...... B ob Landis SUMMARY OF THE IUNIOR CLASS PLAY Taking place in the Meade household, the play featured the Meade's young daughter, Wendy. Wendy was a girl in her mid-teens. The group of teenagers with which Wendy ran around was trying to get Wendy elected Teen Queen of the town. Tim, Wendy's boyfriend. practically stole a lawn mower to get the money to support a campaign for her. The lady from whom the lawn mower was taken was to give them a lease for the building they wanted lor their Teen Haven. All turned out well in the end and the lease was gotten. fMarilyn Greer Page S ixty-six The Clarion '58 Snapshots 1. Get a good beauty rest! 2. Mary Ann Mizer. 3. Freshman slumber party. 4. Rough and tough freshmen girls. 5. Football heroes, Doug D., and Chick. 6. Linda D. 7. Twins at Danville. 8. Carol Lyons and friend. 9. Rosie. 10. Seniors as sixth graders. ll. Iudy Young. 12. A good pose, Lucille. 13. Sheila and Kate. 14. Judy Gardner. 15. Bashiul as always. 16. Seniors as second graders. 17. Sleep tight, Sally B. 18. Barbara Harlett. 19. Junior Class trip. 20. Carol Crow. Page Sixty-xevelz The Clarion '58 I Never Will Forget The time Cora Blubaugh literally fell for Mr. O'Brien. The time Margaret Finan wore a towel to school. The time Ioy Lauderbaugh ran into the ditch when the Seniors were having a scrap drive. The night Louie Gillespie called Mr. Parker to tell him the Aurora Borealis wasn't out. Cl2:00 is pretty late, isn't it, Mr. Parker?j The night the class of "58" had their Iunior Class play and afterwards went to Mansfield to celebrate, but for some reason the state patrol stopped four of them in a yellow car. The day Charles Treen pulled a chair out from under Rose Finan. The time Mr. Senft kindly offered Cora Blubaugh a pencil because she was writing with a little piece of lead. The time Keith Beck won a trophie. CWhat proud parents, ha! ha!D The day Linda Durbin's father brought her back to school. C Skipping just doesn't pay.j The Iunior-Senior Banquet when Gretchen sang "People Will Say We're In Love." The time Mrs. Hurst forgot her shoes. CFur-lined boots have their dis- advantages, too.DD The time Sarah Bell nearly mistook the study hall for a dressing room. COh well, everyone makes mistakesj The time Mr. Gore got lost in Danville. CHe wasn't used to big cities.D The day Mary Blubaugh fell when she took her absence excuse to Mr. Parker. CDon't get so excited, Mary.D The time Marilyn Banbury didn't know where her abdomen was. The time Mr. Galler believed Gretchen when she said there was no ink in the pen. The day Saundra and Kate had only 5752 for gas. QMoney isn't everything. but it sure helps.j The time five senior girls killed a cat. The time Mr. O'Brien was forced to sweep the coaches' room because of the picture taken there. The time Carmen Durbin was embracing the car. The time a group from the class of "58" decided to skip school and go to Loudonville. The time Mr. Galler took jitter-bug lessons from Iudy Young. CWith a little practice he might be pretty good.j The day Lucille Ferenbaugh wore her hair up to school and Mr. O'Brien asked her to take it down. The night of the Iunior-Senior Prom when one of the lamps caught on fire. CGood try, but the school building doesn't have a low enough kindling temperature. j The time Ioy, Saundra, and Patty were going to take a short cut to Gambier and ran into high water. The day the roaring "20's" came back to Danville High. The day somebody ate all of Kate Colopy's candy. CGuess who?j The time Rosie left a package on Mr. Ball's bus. CShe says it was accidentalj The afternoon Mr. Senft doubted the law of gravity and leaned back one millimeter too far. Page Suxty ezght SPORTS The Clarion '58 The Clarion '58 Football Notes The Danville Blue Devils with a winning streak behind them and a very tough season ahead, played their first game at Granville. The Blue Devils played a hard game, but came home defeated. At the next two games, Utica and Bellville, we were again on the losing end. The Iohnstown and Watkins Memorial games we won by a good margin. The following week at Butler, we tried hard but lost by two touchdowns. The next week we beat Summit Station by two touchdowns. Nearing the end of the season, we were ready for Fredericktown, but a few mistakes cost us the game. We ended a long, hard season by losing to Centerburg in 2 points on a very muddy field. Opponents Danville Granville 28 Z 1 Utica 13 0 Bellville 40 6 Iohnstown 0 1 3 Watkins Memorial 0 22 Butler 32 19 Summit Station 6 21 Centerburg 16 14 Fredericktown 22 6 Cheerleaders: Linda Durbin, Gretchen Mavis, Carol Crow, and Sarah Bell. Head Coach: M. C. CRedD Nugent. Ass't. Coaches: Robert O'Brien, Ralph Ball, Neil Reeder, Paul Culler. Page Sevenly Name Harold Mickley .,,,,,,,., ..,.... Charles Durbin ...... ....... Ioe Banbury .,.,....,. ....... Martin Koons .............. ....... B111 Neiderhouser .......... ....... Bob Ridgeway ..,... ......, Bill Stachler .,.... Bob Shultz ....... Keith Beck .,.,..,,...,,. ,...,.. Louis Gillespie ...... ....... Gary Durbin ...... Bob Miller ...... Tom Dvorak ...... Glen Burgett ...... Leo Mickley ...,.. Gary Hughes ........,. ,...... Eddie Banbury ...... ....... Stanton Bames ...... ....... Dick Mavis .....,.... Lyn Lyons .............. ....... Torn Cline .................. ....... Larry Lauderbaugh ...... ....... Roger Sloan .......,,.,... ....... Kenny Durbin ...... ....... Bill Banbury .............. ........ Thurman Bywaters Doug Durbin .............. ....... David Mickley ...... ....... Danny Durbin ...... ....... Pete Kreimes .......... Mike Hagans ...... Pete Resnis ........ Pete Durbin ........ Year Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. The Clarion '58 Sr. ........ ......... H B Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Ir. Ir. I r. Ir. Ir. Ir. Ir. Ir. So So So So So So So So . ........ ....... E . ........ ....... T . ........ ....... E . ........ ....... T . ........ ......... HB . .....i.. ......... HB . .,...... ....... G . ..,..... ........... E So. ........ .,....... F B Fr. Fr. Fr. ......... .,.,,.,, H B Fr. ........ .,.,.,, E Fr. Fr. Page Seventy-one The Clarion '58 junior High Football and Basketball ROW 1 - Dan Baker, Paul Sheldon, Iim Gallion, Bill Ridgeway, Iimmy Spearman, Frank Gooding, Iim Ridgeway. ROW 2 - Kenny Summers, Kenny Miller. Sammy Shultz. Thurman Strouse, Iim Beiheld, Bob Crow, Pat Blubaugh. HOW 3 - Dan Doyle. Ken Banbury, Cliiton Looney, Mr. Galier. lim Blubaugh, Ioe Gardner. ROW 1 - Eddie Gardner, Ioe Ridgeway, Iim Spearman, Dan Baker, Bill Ridgeway, Paul Sheldon. ROW 2 - Mr. Ball. Maris Klavins, Kenny Banbury, Cliff Looney, Ioe Gardner, lim Blubaugh, Bob Crow. Page Seventy-three The Clarion '58 KNEETING - Mr. O'Brien, Fred Summerfield, STANDING Y Bob Ridgeway, Harold Mickley, Lyn Lyons, Stanton Barnes, Tom Cline, Dick Mavis, Leland Zollars, Bob Miller, Chick Durbin, Gary Durbin, Doug Durbin, Lonnie Stull. Varsity Basketball The Danville 1957-58 varsity basketball team played 18 games before the tournament, winning 6 and losing 12. They beat Bladensburg and Amity in the Knox County tournament. Danville was runner-up in this tournament, beaten by Fredericktown. The Blue Devils traveled to Marion for the district tournament, where they were defeated by Newark St. Francis. Seniors on the Squad included Charles Durbin, Harold Mickley, and Bob Ridgeway. The seniors hope the returning varsity boys will meet a winning season next year. Good Luck, team. Pts. Dick Mavis 421 Tom Cline 182 Bob Miller 181 Charles Durbin 149 Gary Durbin 142 Harold Mickley 55 Mike Hagans 27 Page Seventy-four Average 19.1 8.2 8.2 6.7 6.5 Bob Ridgeway Doug Durbin Stanton Barnes Lonnie Stull Leland Zollars Pete Durbin !Continued on page 761 s. Average 20 18 13 5 4 2 The Clarion '58 Reserve Basketball The reserve basketball team won 13 and lost 5 of the 18 games played. The team was very good this year. They played some very close games, The point total for the year was 711 for a game average of 39.5 against opponents 690 with an average of 38.3. 27 Danville - 41 Summit Station 44 Danville - 34 Iohnstown 18 Danville - 61 Fredericktown 23 Danville -- 31 Bladensburg 49 Danville - 32 Utica 39 Danville - 38 Watkins Memorial 42 Danville - 33 Centerburg 37 Danville - 34 Centerburg 60 Danville - 41 St. Vincent 38 Danville - 29 Millersburg 37 Danville - 40 Shreve 39 Danville - 34 Granville 43 Danville -- 39 Amity 38 Danville - 39 Loudonville 53 Danville - 43 Gambier 41 Danville - 27 Howard 29 Danville -- 61 Fredericktown 41 Danville - 33 Warsaw Larry Snively Page Seventy-five The Clarion '58 junior High Basketball Notes The Iunior High basketball team played nine games this year under the guidance of Ralph Ball. They won three out of the nine games played. The spirit of the team and students was very good. The cheerleaders chosen were Diane Mavis, Patty Payne, Ianet Mizer, Carolyn Workman, Olivia Goodwin. and Ioyce Smith. Bladensburg Columbia Columbia Gambier Howard Danville Opp. Danville Opp. 12 27 Fredericktown 34 42 26 18 Centerburg 24 46 24 33 St. Vincent 30 41 23 19 Bladensburg 39 23 31 42 Tournament Danville 29 Fredericktown 36 Track Team Notes The track team had a very successful season in 1957. They took first place in the county meet and also first in the Mid-Buckeye meet. The members of the team were: Chick Durbin, Harold Mickley, Paul DeVore, Bob Ridgeway, Louis Gillespie, Bill Neiderhouser, Stanton Barnes. Bob Miller, Ioe Blubaugh, Bill Banbury, Tom Cline, Dick Mavis, and Wade Gillespie. Paul DeVore Junior High Football Notes Under the leadership of Mr. Galler the Iunior High Squad enjoyed an un- defeated season. But because of illness and bad weather conditions they never played a game. But still the boys must be commended for their devotion to the game and their eagerness to play. We hope they have gained experience which will serve them in later years. Summit Station Fredericktown Utica Centerburg St. Vincent Shreve Amity Gambier Fredericktown Iohnstown Page Seventy-six Bill Neiderhouser VARSITY BASKETBALL I Continued from page 742 Opp. Danville 70 40 Opp. Danville 68 67 Bladensburg 64 34 Watkins Memorial 62 59 75 44 Centerburg 48 77 31 47 Millersburg 60 56 89 75 Granville 76 38 54 61 Loudonville 83 73 43 45 Howard 47 60 59 63 Warsaw 69 59 83 56 1 - 65 60 Totals 1470 1209 Knox County Tournament Opp. Danville Bladensburg 44 50 Amity 45 63 Fredericktown 65 41 District Tournament Newark St. Francis 65 41 Harold Mickley The Clarion '58 ROW I - Larry Snively, Roger Sloan, Herb Gardner, Tom Dvorak, Harold Mickley, Bill Neiderhouser, Doug Durbin. ROW 2 - Mr. O'Brien, Iim Schaub, Paul DeVore, Tom Cline, Bob Miller, Stanton Barnes. The 1957 edition of the Danville Baseball squad was quite successful, winning 6 games and losing 2. One of these losses was to County Champion Bladensburg in the tournament 3-2. Most of last years squad are returning and it is hoped that the Blue Devils will once again field a team that the school can well be proud of. Clair Richert Page S eventy-xeven The Clarion '58 Football Queen and Court Page Seventy-eight Queen Queen and Court Queen and Courts Throne Traditional Homecoming Kiss Crowning of Queen Queen and Court at Dance Queen Jeannie Queen and Court The Clarion '58 Queen Ieannie and Escort Captain Harold Mickley Senior Attendant Linda Hammond Escort Charles Durbin Iunior Attendant Jeannie Gardner Escort Gary Durbin Sophomore Attendant Sally Banbury Escort Doug Durbin Queen and Court Page Seventy-nine The Clarion '58 Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Ian. Page Eighty 3 6 13 16 20 26 27 30 3 4 8 9 ll 18 24 28 8 13 14 20 26 27 28 29 3 4 5 7 10 13 17 19 20 21 4 6 9 School Calendar School starts. Iuniors get class rings. Danville 21, Granville 28. Band Instrument display. Danville 0, Utica 13. Senior Dance. Iuniors sponsor a candy sale. Danville 6, Bellville 40. Seniors order name cards and graduation invitations. Bookmobile. Danville 13, Iohnstown 0. Clarion pictures taken. Sophomores sponsor a candy sale. Danville 22, Watkins Memorial 0. Butler game cancelled because of illness. Bookmobile. Danville 21, Summit Station 6. Danville 19, Butler 32. Danville 6, Fredericktown 26. Danville 14, Centerburg 16. Bookmobile. Danville, vs. St. Vincent. Danville 40, Summit Station 70. Thanksgiving vacation, out at 2:30. Thanksgiving Day. No school. No game because of snow. No school because of snow. Bookmobile. Danville 34, Fredericktown 64. Danville 44, Utica 75. Dance sponsored by the Seniors. Iunior Party. Sophomore Party. Clarion pictures taken. P. T. A. annual Christmas party Danville 47, Centerburg 31. School dismissed at 2:00. Danville 75, St. Vincent 89. Danville 61, Shreve 54. Back to school. Bookmobile. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Danville 45, Amity 43. Danville 63, Gambier 59. F. B. I. representative meets with Seniors. Danville 56, Fredericktown 83. Danville 60, Iohnstown 65. Seniors have a Spaghetti Supper. Danville 67. Bladensburg 68. Danville 59, Watkins Memorial 62. Lyceum Number. Bookmobile. Chest X-Ray. Danville 77, Centerburg 48. Danville 56, Millersburg 60. "Spirit of West Point" by the Student Council. "March of Dimes" ends. P. T. A. Card Party. Danville 38, Granville 76. Danville 73, Loudonville 83. Seniors sponsor a record hop. Danville 60, Howard 47. Danville 59, Warsaw 69. Knox County Tournament starts. Honor Society Initiation. Seniors sponsor a card party. Tournament. Danville 50, Bladensburg 44. CTournament Gamej Bookmobile. The Clarion '58 Danville 63, Amity 45. CToumament Gamej Danville 41, Fredericktown 65. CTournament Gamej Danville 41, Newark St. Francis 65. CDistrict Tournament Gamej Band goes to Howard for a concert. Teachers' Meeting. Magazine Drive starts. Ir. Class Play, "Teen Time." Iunior-Senior Banquet. Girl Scout hop. Temperance Test at Mount Vernon. Knox County Music Festival practice at Danville. Knox County Music Festival at Danville. Senior Class Play. Seniors leave on Senior Class Trip. Baccalaureate. Commencement. Page Eighty-one The Clarion '58 Snapshots 1. Card Sharks. 2. Linda Hammond. 3. Cora. 4. Sandy. 5. Carrie Wolford. 6. Silly Sophomore. 7. Havin' fun. 8. Alice F. and Carol S. 9. Time has passed. 10. She's all wet. 11. Sheila. 12. Senior chums. 13. Nancy H. and Bob R. 14. Linda D. and Patty. 15. Ianet L. 16. Bill N. and Connie H, 17. Livin' it up. 18. Iolly iuniors a few years back. 19. Seniors at a dance. 20. Bill Stachler. 21. The twins at Danville Schools. 22. Natural pose oi Harold, Keith and Bob R. Page Eighty-two The Clarion '58 Around the School Year l. Back to School again. 2. Rough and Ready. 3. Queen of them all. 4. Noel, Noel. 5. Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! B. Team Rah! Team Rah! Rah Rah Team! 7. What an assembly! 8. Oh. Happy Day. Spring at last! 9. Signing the Clarion. Page Eighty-three The Clarion '58 CLASS PROPHECY fContinued from page 311 BANBURY and IOY LAUDERBAUGH are still trying to convince the little Marsians that height is an advantage. DAVID MYER still believes the moon is made of green cheese, so he's still digging. KATE COLOPY is the co-owner of Durbin's new space fueling station. It looks like a stack of books is coming towards us, but no, it's BOB DAVIS, president of the Literary Association. WANNA CARR finally decided to join the WAVES when Ioe stayed too long in Cuba. IUDY GARDNER is an official secretary, connected with the Govern- ment, but she is still trying to get her Iim. HAROLD MICKLEY is a five star general. What portion of the branch was he in? SARAH SAPP suddenly discovered it was tiresome to be quiet all the time so now she heads universal debates. . Finally CLAIR RICHERT arrives, late as usual. But of course he comes from the coldest planet in the universe. The climate there, does wonders for his temper. LUCILLE FERENBAUGH still thinks there's nothing like being single. PATTY RILEY and IOYCE CAGWIN arrive heavily guarded. They are the Nation's top intelligence officials. MMMmmmmmmmmmmm . . . the aroma of food. Here comes our refreshments provided by BILL STACHLER, owner of the "Big Bev" restaurants, known throughout the universe. As for me, I've got a part time job accompanying Miss Mavis, on the organ. Someday I too might get a higher position. Maija Podnieks FRESHMAN CLASS fContinued from page 381 Resnis, David Mickley, Henry Nyhart, Charles Smith, and Bob Blubaugh as their manager. The boys participating in Reserve Basketball are Pete Durbin, Pete Kreimes, Ed Farmer, Iohn Durbin, Pete Resnis, David Mickley, lack Martin, and Mike Hagans. Margaret Workman was chosen to be our freshman queen attendant. -Kay Durbin CLARION STAFF f Continued from page 501 Iokes ............................. .............................,...... I oy Lauderbaugh, Judy Gardner Calendar .......................... ........... ................................. B e tty Strouse, Bob Davis Marriage and Births ........ ,.,...............,,,,.,.,,,,.,, C ora Blubaugh Alumni in the Service .....,.. ...................,..,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, I ayne Nyhart Alumni .................,.............. ......................................... P atty Riley, Iudy Young Class Poem .................... ............................. I eannie Smith, Sheila Workman Honor Society ........ .............................................................. L inda Hammond Typists .................. ........ L ucille Ferenbaugh, Iva McClain, Sarah Sapp Snapshots ............, ...................................... K eith Beck, Larry Stimpert Iunior Notes ............. .,................................................................ B ob Miller Sophomore Notes ........................ ............................... R ebecca Moore Freshman Notes .............................. ..,.............v...,..................... K ay Durbin Eighth Grade Notes ...,....................... ...,... C arolyn Workman, Ann Staats Seventh and Eighth Grade Notes ....... ........................... B eatrice Blubaugh Seventh Grade Notes ......................... ................................ M artha Finan Page Ezgbty-four The Clarion '58 A L U M N I I1 The Clarion '58 Alumni in the Service David Colopy ..,,.,, ........,...................,............ M arines ......... Raymond Bell .................. .... M arines .. Iohn D. Lauderbaugh .... .... N avy ..,... George Myer .... Ioe Proper ...,... lack Hall .........,.... Bob Wolfe .,........ Iohn Kucheravy Carroll Stull ...... Charles Fox ...... Raymond Vess .. Harold Snively .. Richard Huggins Paul Sapp .......... Larry Shrimplin Iuris Murnieks .. Air Force Navy ...... Navy ...... Air Force Navy ...... Army ...... Army ............ Air Force Air Force Army ......... Army ...... Army ...... Army ...... Marriages Carl Blubaugh '55 and Maude Moler Pat White '57 and Bill Bishop Marcella Yearous '57 and Kenny Blaisdale Nancy Beck '56 and Gerald Houseworth Linda Smail '57 and Paul O'Donnell '54 Marie Butts '48 and Kenneih Smith Ianet Durbin '55 and Ioe Bethell Thomas Banbury '49 and DeLee Heleman Dean Nicholls '56 and Donna Baker Eva Banbury '55 and Phillip Gaul! Iames Ringwalt and Kay Mizer '55 Barbara Sapp '55 and Bill Dougherty Charles Durbin '51 and Mary Schaub '57 2 Eugene woods '54 and num Brovbrtsa Ruth Ann Mickley '53 and Ralph Herbert Virgina Miller '38 and Iohn Pearson Martha McMillan '51, Denny Thompson Ioann Lepley '55 and Ray A. Dininger Basil Blubaugh '39 and Rosemary Muldownly Sue Ioyce Mills '56 and Charles Arweller Ioanne Banbury Richards '54 and Dale Gaumer Irene Mickley '52 and Gene Williams Charles Colopy '55 and Barbara Henwood Norma McMillan '56 and Ioseph Todd Lee McConnell '54 and Diane Robinson Rosalie Walters '51 and Thomas Phillips Helen Vess '51 and Arnholt Raicliff Fern Hains '54 and Lewis Mann Bob Durbin '57 and Linda Sapp Page Eighty-six '56 '56 '55 '56 '53 '55 '55 '55 52 1 '54 '56 '53 '57 ff '57 Jayne Nyhart If sam' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sgt. and Mrs. The Clarion '58 Births Kenneth Blaisdale CMarcella Yearous '57j - Daughter Floyd Sheldon CEdna Didinger '40j - Son Edward Sweet CErma Mizer '45j - Son Lawrence Colopy '49 CDorothy Mickley '50j - Son Iim Blubaugh '43 - Daughter Richard Tracy '45 - Daughter Charles Miller '54 CHelen Durbin '54j - Son Floyd Mickley '51 - Son Iim Oberfield CMary Io Durbin '52j -- Son Paul Stutzman CEthel Arnold '33j - Daughter John Colopy '38 -- Son Bob Edgar '52 CNola Smail '54j - Daughter Sam Shultz '37 CEvelyn Blubaugh 'SBD - Daughter Bob Sapp '43 - Daughter Bob Durbin '50 CCarol Spearman '55D -- Son Cdeceasedj Raymond Boeshart '37 - Daughter Thomas Shelby CBetty Durbin '55j - Daughter Larry Payne '48 C Doris Young '50j - Son Bill Buckland C Doris Nyhart 'SDD - Son Don Mickley '46 - Daughter Cdeceasedj Bob Staats CMartha Hawk '37j - Daughter Gail Laughery CNorma Zimmerman '52D - Daughter Larry Grassbaugh '56 - Daughter Don Samples C Margie Colopy '46D - Daughter Bob Lybarger '52 - Twin Sons Bill Summers Cloyce Mickley '54j - Son Rodney Mickley '46 - Son Eugene Mowery '55 CMarie Wolford '55j - Daughter Cdeceasedj Glen Hauger '51 - Daughter Leonard Durbin '30 - Twin Sons Ioe Mickley '39 - Daughter Harold Payne '50 Clva Mae Turney 'SZD - Son Gene Smith '46 - Daughter Chuck Schaub '52 Lunnetta Hains '53j Son Walter Rice '53 Clean Schisler '54j - Son Herbert Simpson C Karol Sloan 'SD - Son Dean Workman '53 C Rita Elksnis '55j - Son Bob Mizer '41 - Daughter Iohn Kucheravy, Ir. '55 - Daughter George Case Clessie Senft '43j - Daughter Carl Blubaugh, Ir. '55 - Daughter Bill Dye '53 C Elsie May Mickley '53D -- Daughter lim Sweet CEvelyn Morris '53D - Daughter Merrill Hochstachler '42 CLuella Darr '46j - Twins, Daughter and Son Don Butts '42 - Daughter Floyd Mickley '53 - Daughter Chuck Drake '31 - Daughter Chuck Farmer '52 - Daughter Dale Hans Cleannetta Randles 'SSD - Daughter Cdeceasedj Cameron Drake '54 CShirley Rice '55D -- Daughter Warren Hyatt CMildred Cline '43j - Daughter Thomas Banbury '49 -- Daughter lack Parrish '42 - Son Walter Durbin '49 CBarbara Thorp '49D - Son Iim Loney '56 Clane Zimmerman '56j - Son Bob Parker CFaun Haines '54j - Daughter Bernard Luposello Uudy Wolfe '53j - Son Bill Shumaker '51 - Son Charles Barnes '51 Clanice Mumper '52j - Daughter Page Eighty-sever: The Clarion '58 CLASS OF 1890 Emma Weimer-Temple--Loudonville, Ohio, Carry Logston-Deceased CLASS OF 1893 Clement Logston-Deceased CLASS OF 1894 Lou Tressel-Deceased CLASS OF 1895 Bertha Weimer-Deceased W. B. Hobenson-Toledo. Ohio Lillie Walton-Swinehart-Columbus. Ohio ' CLASS OF 1896 Harmon NeerMDeceased ALUMNI Byron Black-Barber-337 Sprinqiield St.. Mansfield. Oh' Myrtle 112irkpatrick-Parrish-Danville, Ohio Virgie White-Wander-Danville, Ohio Ruby Church-Shaw-Florida ' CLASS OF 1897 Charles B. Workman-Salesman4Ravenna. Dela Black-Kerr-Deceased CLASS OF 1898 Ozlin Workman-Deceased Guernsey Workman-Danville. Ohio Ohio Fred Bartlett-R. R. Conductor-Columbus, Ohio Cory O. Beum-Deceased Nettie Banbury-Shultz-Danville. Ohio Vinnie, Lybarqer-Rice-Danville. Ohio Dale Bradfieldf-Deceased Ivy Swigart-Shultz-Deceased CLASS OF 1899 Ida Black-Riggs-Cleveland, Ohio Harvey Hammond-Deceased Ellsworth Hess-Deceased Genie Van Horn-Laport-Akron, Oh o Roy G. Hunter-Deceased Walter S. Miller-Deceased Bernard Palmer-Deceased Willie Purcell-Deceased Perry Workman-Deceased Robert Workman-Akron. Ohio CLASS OF 1900 " Quincy Black-Deceased Luella Ferenbaugh-Colgin-Deceased Edith Mackey-Workman-Deceased Bessie Nazor-Robeson-Deceased Maud Smith-Nixon--Mansfield. Ohio Arthur Snow-Deceased Fred Weirick-Deceased D U H. E. Whitney-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1901 Maud Baker-Wander-Columbus, Ohio Agnes Beurn-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 Shafler-Gaines-Mount Vernon, Ohio Verna Shaw-Cochran-Walhonding, Ohio ' Lucy Shrimplin-Geitgey-New Smyrna Beach. Fla. R. Homer Slutz-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 Chesier Workman-Deceased Page Eighty-eight 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 Lybarger-Danville. Ohio Beulah McFarland-Biggs-Deceased Clifford Shaw-Deceased Sylvia Shaw-Deceased Dana Snow-Deceased Mary Yearly-White-Deceased Bernard Jefferson-Deceased CLASS OF 1905 Iames Bartlett-Arizona Iames Biggs-Deceased lay Cullison-Deceased Frankie Drouhard-Columbus, Ohio Grace Hess-Iennings-Deceased Elizabeth Iefferson-Tarr-Chicago, Illinois O. L. Kaylor-Real Estate-Akron, Ohio Anna Neldon-Workman-Danville. Ohio Helen McFarland-Lund-Akron. Ohio CLASS OF 1906 Edith Greer-Gilmore-Deceased Kent Shaffer-Pittsburgh, Penn. Floy Spearman-Greer-Deceased Ona Wander-Hess-Middletown. Ohio Harley M. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1907 Clarence Black--Chesterton, Maryland Audrey E. Hess-Deceased Archie Hunter--Marseilles, Illinois Donna Hunter-Deceased Lois Hunter-McMillan-Urbana. Ohio Elizabeth Neiderhouser-Danville. Ohio Mary Rice-Gardner-Akron, Ohio Donna Russell-Snow-Cleveland, Ohio C. B. Senft-Deceased Nellie Stull-Tucker--Belleiontaine, Ohio Harry Ventling-ieceased Grover D. Wander-Farmer. Ashland, Ohio Harley I. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1908 Selora Arnold-Colopy-Danville.'Ohio Herbert C. Baker-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Blanche Durbin-Raleigh-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio I essie McKee-Cleveland, Ohio Chester E. McMillan-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Carrie Parrish-Sperry-Route 2, Mount Vernon, Ohio Iva WorlcmanfHunter-Marseilles, Illinois CLASS OF 1909 Ethel Arnold-Miller-Detroit, Michigan Elizabeth Dauqhtery-Watson-Wooster, Ohio Alice Durbin-Deceased Pauline Durbin-Swingle-Valley City, Ohio Ruth Ieiierson-Bunk-Newark, Delaware Nona Greer-Newell-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-Dentis!-Loudonville, Ohio Garrett Greer-Deceased Ona Hess-Hobbs-Kenmore. Ohio Elmer Wander-Cashier-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1911 Florence Beatty--New York, New York Ralph Church-New Milford, Ohio Iohn Durbin-Deceased , N John Faucett-Miller Rubber Co.. Akron. Ohio Nellie Geitgey-Workman-Danville. Ohio Sylvia Lepley-Simmons-Danville. Ohio Louise Payne-Leverinq-Mount Vernon. Ohio Duane Senit-Principal-High School-Danville. Ohio Marie Welker-Carhart-Millwood. Ohio CLASS OF 1912 John Bartlett-Akron. Ohio Cleggett Baker Donovan Church-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 Geitgey-Lucky-Deceased Bessie Hagans-Borden-Columbus. Ohio Frank Lepley-Howard. Ohio Mildred Maple-Millershurg. Ohio Vivian Ross-Shaw-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ollie Russell-Baker-Deceased lay Schnles-Danville. Ohio Homer Shafter--Alexandria. Ohio Alpha Shook-Cleveland. Ohio Owen Shuman-Teacher-Lakewood. Ohio Augustine Smithhisler. Danville. Ohio Marie Tressel-Hoagland-Deceased Elizabeth Rice-Loney-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1913 John Horn-Lumber Dealer-Hamilton. Ohio Earl Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Faye Matz-Southwiclc-Deceased Arthur McMillan-Insurance Dealer-Danville. Ohio Alta Rice-Blend-Canton. Ohio Vesta Rice-Burroughs-Deceased Philip Richert-Akron. Ohio Howard Sevitts-Bookkeeper-Columbus, Ohio Clarence Shaw-Deceased Grace Shuman-Deceased Edna Stout-Koppert-Jelloway. Ohio Augustine Smithhisler-Danville, Ohio ' cLAss or 1914 Roy Arweller-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Donald Baugher-Teacher-Belltontaine. Ohio Bernard Durbin-Supt. oi Schools-New Riegel. Ohio Justin Durbin-Rockford, Illinois Donna Emerick-Colopy-Danville. Ohio Marie Fawcett-Humbert-Canton. Ohio Lois Hunter-Hom-Wooster, Ohio Iames Lepley-Cincinnati. Ohio lames Logsdon-Columbus. Ohio Ralph McMillan-Deceased Edward Mickley-Fa-rmer-Danville. Ohio Hershel Pinkley-Jelloway. Ohio John Proper-Deceased ' Asa Remington-Deceased Mark Sherman--Deceased Ada Spearman-Scholes-Danville, Ohio Marie Wolf-Simmons-Deceased Mary Workman-Hoagland-Danville. Ohio Edwin Beatty-Deceased Dale Workman-Mount Vernon. Ohio CLASS OF 1915 Ruth Arnholt-Howenstein-Loudonville. Ohio Lucille Church--Columbus, Ohio Clarence Dewitt-Howard. Ohio Aloysius Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ina Gamertsielder-Married-Missionary-Japan Hilda Gardner-Mickley-Danville, Ohio Zora Greer-Dailey-Danville. Ohio . Floyd Hauger-High School Teacher-Bryan. Ohio Naomi Hunter-Horn-Wooster. Ohiol Bernice Kaylor-Bittner-Danville. Ohio Calvin Lal-'ever-Deceased Prank Leonard-Detroit. Michigan Ruby Maple-Married-Washington . Pearl Neiderhouser-Baltzell-Utica. Ohio Edwin Penorwood-Deceased Lucille Sapp-Deceased Walter Sapp-Engineer-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Sapp-Deceased Bernice Shaman-Clarx-Danville. Ohio Walter Smeeth-Deceased Rhea Smith-Durbin-Kenmore. Ohio v The Clarion '58 Darius Strouse-Newcomerstown, Ohio Verna Staats-McMillan-Danville. Ohio Benjamin Wander-Columbus. Ohio Grace Welsh-Hetleltinger-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dema Wheaton-Arthur-Columbus. Ohio Elizabeth Whitney-Gorsuch-Gambier. Ohio 1 CLASS OF 1916 Velma Arweller-Paton-Akron. Ohio Eva Bailey-Mount Vernon. Ohio Emerson Barnes-Granville. Ohio Lowell Beatty-New York, New York Beatrice Durbin-Beith-Columbus. Ohio Constance Durbin-1-lalsema-Columbus. Ohio Ina Gaumer-Horn--Mount Vernon. Ohio Julia Geoq-Cooper-Walhonding. Ohio Jennie 1-libbets-Condon-Columbus. Ohio Hazel I-lalgans-Oliver-Columbus, Ohio Richard unter-Engineer-Memphis. Tennessee Edwin Kaylor-Columbus. Ohio Mary Keck-Scholes-Danville, Ohio Ethel Lower-Conroy-Deceased Richard Means-Salesman-Kenmore. Ohio Sadie Miller-Thompson-Danville. Ohio Grace Neiderhouser-Busenburg-Danville. Ohio Elizabeth Heed-Tucker-Danvi le. Ohio Zelma Reed-Frazer-Deceased Lola Sherman-Burns-Bloomington. Indiana Martha Smithhisler-Stenogragher-Cincinnati. Ohio Cliiiord Strouse-Glenmont. O 'o Quincy Workman-Cincinnati. Ohio CLASS OF 1917 Talmcgxliiige Banbury-Chiropractor-Mount Vernon. o . James Barnes-Teacher-Canton. Ohio Hilary Blubaugh-Deceased Ray ross7Farmer-Danville. Ohio ' Cleora Christopher-Fuller-Chicago. Ill. Albert Coleman-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Stephen Colopy-Municipal Judge-Akron. Ohio Rosa Durbin-King-Deceased Burdetta Gaines-Loney-Mount Vernon. Ohio Harley Gaines-Deceased ' Carl Gardner-Farmer-Howard. Ohio Virgila Gardner-Arnold-Deceased Harold Jones-Lt. Col.. U. S. Army Josephine Lepley-Teacher-Columbus. Ohio Ava Lifer-Gaines-Danville. Ohio Iva Petri-Deceased Walter eynolds-Garage-Wooster. Ohio Royal Robeson-Dentist-Canton. Ohio Pearl Ross--Teacher-Butler. .Ohio Earl Sapp-Deceased ' Russell Sells-Vlest Willard Shultz-Euclid. Ohio Lucy Stillinger-Deceased Mae Warrensford-Keiier-Covina. California Gladys Whitney-LeMag-London. Ohio Rosalie Woli-Miami. lorida Homer Workman-Deceased Savilla Workman-Richert-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1918 Herbert Barnes-Mount Vernon. Ohio George Blubaugh-Deceased Donald Church-Akron, Ohio Walter Devore-Mansiield, Ohio Donatus Durbin-Ravenna. Ohio Edna Emerick-Hall-Orrville. Ohio Cletus Farmer-Cleveland. Ohio Bessie Greer-Steiner-Greer. Ohio ' Ina Hagans-McGriqens-Cleveland. Ohio Rosa Hauger-Stringiellow-Mansfield. Ohio Charles Henley-Florida Henry Henley-Lawyer-Barberton. Ohio Roscoe- Leonard-Detroit. Michigan Gaillard Parrish-Produce Dealer-Danville, Ohio Leota Sapp-Simmons-Lima. Ohio , Bemard Shaffer-Auto Dealer-Danville. Ohio Elizabeth Smeeth-Reese-Howard. Ohio Joseph Smithhisler-Farmer-Danville Gailen Strouse-Deceased Mae Warnsford-Keiier-Akron. Ohio Helen Welker-Rose--Monticello. Indiana Virgil Whitney-Dentist-Belleiontaine. Ohio Pearl Workman-Conkle-Deceased h Page Eighty-nine JJ lu. s.......' 1 uf. The Clarion ,58 CLASS OF 1919 Clarence Awwiller-Farmer-Fredericktown, Ohio Dwight Banbury-Mail Carrier-Danville, Ohio Mary Durbin-Sister Mary lustin-Detroit, Michigan Hazel Farmer-Secretary-Wooster. Ohio Iohn Kaylor-Milling Business-Danville, Ohio Bernadette Lower-Wakely-San Antonio, Texas Harold Motz-Teacher-Massillon, Ohio Ruth Nyhart-Hinger-Columbus, Ohio Martha Parsons- ussell-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Verna Purdy-Wendall-San Diego, California Angella Smithhisler-Sister Francis-Marion, Ohio Mary Stillinger-Crosley-Deceased Albert Wheaton-Newark, Ohio CLASS OP 1920 Anna Colo y-Gardner-Akron, Ohio Helen A. lilopy-Deceased Maud Conkle-Snyder-Garretsville, Ohio Clyde Delong-Center Village, Ohio Gertrude Durbin-Gardner-Howard, Ohio Cletus Gardner-Brinkhaven, Ohio Chelnissa Greer-Rice-Wooster. Ohio Nellie Lauderbauqh-Allen-Glen Jean. West Virginia Alfred Logsdon-Danville. Ohio Esther Loqsdon-Stimmel-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-Deardori-Toledo, Ohio CLASS OF 1921 Bernard Alexander-Danville. Ohio Eva Bailey-France-Brewster, Ohio Gladys Baker-Shaw-Ashland, Ohio Harry Dailey-Columbus, Ohio Harry Body-Dentist-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Elizabeth Blubaugh-Deceased Neva Cochran-Berger-Columbus, Ohio Lucy Ferenbaugh-Payne-Wooster, Ohio Anna W. Gardner-Walters-Cleveland, Ohio Ross Hoovler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Eva Kaylor-Purdy-Howard, Ohio Dwight Liter-Turkey Farm--Danville, Ohio Maurice McMillan--Columbus. Ohio Ensil McNabb-Teacher-Mansfield. Ohio Ralph Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Ensil Mills-Danville, Ohio Plumo Mills-Steward-Deceased Martha Parrish-lone-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 Carver-Salesman-Bucyrus, Ohio Fern Staats-Stitzlein-Greer. Ohio Mary L. Greer-Elliot-Danville, Ohio Iohn Hammond--Teacher--California Florence Harding-Liter-Danville, Ohio Ellis Hanger-Mount Vernon, Ohio Floyd Hess-Mount Vernon, Ohio Robert Humbert-Mount Vernon, Ohio Charles Iones-Columbus, Ohio Clara Lepley-Centerburg, Ohio Troynette Lower-McDonald-Akron, Ohio Leona Neiderhouser-Shaffer-Danville, Ohio Coreta Rice-Dailey-Columbus, Ohio Bernard Richert-Mansfield, Ohio Harold Richert-Mansfield. Ohio Kenneth Ross-Insurance-Chillicothe, Ohio Frances Sapp Durbin-Doylestown, Ohio Harold Shackle--Danville, Ohio Harvey Shumaker--Danville, Ohio Ferne Wander-KendlefColumbus, Ohio Clifford Stillinger-Houston, Texas Page Ninety 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 Lula Cochran-Danville. Ohio Nellie DeLong-Bebout-Teacher-Bladensburg, Ohio Relish Doolittle-Deceased - Wa ter Dunn-Mount Vernon, Ohio Christopher Durbin-Danville, Ohio Eugene Durbin-Wickliii. Ohio Eustacius Durbin-Attorney-Columbus, Ohio Iqnatus Durbin-Rockford, Illinois Bernard Farrner-Draftsman-Fairport Harbor, Ohio Albert Fenderick-Teacher-Ashland, Ohio Mabel Greer-Rice-327 Samaritan Ave.. Ashland, Chio Clara Hammond-Mickley-Louisville, Ohio Frank Hawkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Farland Humhert-Grocer-Howard, Ohio Lester Hyatt-Deceased Cora Larderbaugh-Vanon-Stockton, West Virginia Fenton Logsdon-Clerk-Danville, Ohio William Money-Brinkhaven, Ohio Dorothy Nyhart-Severns-Greer, Ohio Herman Piar-Farmer-Greer. Ohio Myron Purdg-Millwood. Ohio Triesa Rine- ngle-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Ernest Robeson-Wooster. Ohio Isabel Sapp-Evans-Memphis, Tenn. Lawrence Sapp-Deceased Louise Smithhisler-Bailey-Gruncg Center, Ohio Walter Stephenson-Columbus, hio Grover Strouse-Teacher-Amity. Ohio Orva Tisserand-Akron, Ohio Ioy Workman-Campbell-Wadsworth. Ohio Ronald Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Paul Wright-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1924 Mabel Bailey-Vogel-Akron, Ohio Donna Barker-Howard. Ohio May Beck-Drumrn-Harrisburg. Pa. Evelyn Church-Tracy-Danville, Ohio Dorotlg Clawson-Haleen. Ohio Ruth' awson-Anewukale-Rayland. Ohio Coreta Darling-Spurgeon-Walhondinq. 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-Humber!-Howard. Ohio Ramona Koppert-Deceased Robert Logsdon-Akron, Ohio Ross Magers-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Raymond Mickley--Deceased Coralie Neiderhouser-Mitchart-Glenmont, Ohio Ross Nyhart-Deceased Lucille Reed-Doup-Martinsburg. Ohio Ephrim Rice-Butler, Ohio Floyd Rice-Banker-Ashland. Ohio James Rice-Westinghouse-Mansfield, Ohio Iackolifgheson-'High School Teacher-Mount Vernon o Elizabeth Sapp-Nurse-De Pere, Wisconsin Mina-rd Scott-Minister-Palmyra. Ohio Glenna Shultz-Brennings-Mansiield, Ohio Carl Smith-Brakenidqe, Pennsylvania Robert Stringiellow-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ina Stull-Knuckle-Cincinnati, Ohio Harry Welker-Columbus, Ohio Elsie Westrich--Columbus. Ohio Stanley' Workman-Deceased Lloyd oung-Westinghouse-Mansfield. Ohio Thelma Young-Deceased ' CLASS OF 1925 Clifford Allen-Mount Vernon, Ohio Carl Arnold-Clerical Work--Akron, Ohio Burl Awwiller-Putance Gas Co.-Weslaco, Texas Cecil Beck-Greer, Ohio Martha Blubaugh-Brown-Columbus, Ohio Stella Bodg-Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth ambell-Lane-Williams, Arizona Loren Cummings-Deceased Pius Durbin-Danville, Ohio Edward Fulmer-Lakewood, Ohio Mary Gaines-McGibney-Columbus, Ohio Mary Gardner-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Teresa Grassbaugh-Noser-Iohnsville, Ohio Arden Greer-Personnel Director--Painesville. Ohio Carl Hammond-Supt. ot School-Brooksville, Ohio Cecil Hendershott-Columbus. Ohio Gladys Hendershott-Columbus, Ohio Theresa Hoherg-Stringfellow-Deceased Gordon Humbert-Principal-Lima, Ohio Orpha Kaaglor-Miley-Ashland, Ohio Elva Kirk- artrum-138 Prospect St., Berea, Ohio Laura Lauderbaugh-Reiis-Toledo, Ohio Dean Pipes-Loudonville, Ohio Doris Bice-Danville, Ohio Iohn W. Rice-St. Petersburg, Florida Dorothy Sapp-Blubaugh-Teacher--Danville, Ohio Edna Sapp-Rice-St. Petersburg. Florida Howard Scholes-Truck Driver-Columbus, Ohio Kenneth Thatcher-Garagernan-Warsaw, Ohio Winnie Wheaton-Winterringer-Danville, Ohio Verosica Harlett-Stenographer-Mount Vernon, xo Bertha Wheaton-Lawrence-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mary Sevitts-Hartman-Danville, Ohio Helen' White-Franks-Hartville, Ohio Ferne 'Workman-Danville. Ohio Glenn 'Workman-Mount Vernon, Ohio Lamotta Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1926 Marie Arnold-Groelz-Akron, Ohio Bamgta Banbury-Weber-North Manchester. iana d Monica Blubaugh-Smith-Nurse-Cuyahoga Falls, O. Ralph, Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Ralph Cornell-Real Estate-Mount Vernon, Ohio Wil ard Dail -Newark Ohio Inez Durbin-Harlett-High School Teacher-Danville Ohio Ralph Durbin-Doylestown, Ohio George Hammond-Columbus, Ohio Laverne Kirk--Milling Business-Millwood. Ohio l-Iervie Riley-Danville, Ohio Donna Robeson-Lederer-Cleveland. Ohio Coletta Shultz-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Michael Smithhisler-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ruth Stone-Teacher-Onron, Ohio Dale Stull-Ashland. Ohio Helen Stull-Miller-Mount Vernon. Ohio Opal Wise-Givens-Mount Vernon, Ohio Doris Workman-Metcalf-Mount Vernon, Ohio Omra Workman-Orrville, Ohio CLASS OF 1927 Cretora Battin-White-Howard, Ohio Iohn Body-Bangs, Ohio Edna Cochran-Smith-Iowa Wilford Colopy-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Clara Durbin-Fry-Mount Vernon, Ohio Richard Durbin-Danville. Ohio Severn Durbin-Bethesda. Maryland Zelma Durbin-Fry-Mount Vernon. Ohio LaVon Fowler Cliliord Gardner-New York, New York Regina Grassbaugh-Deceased Bernice Harding-Armstrong--Danville. Ohio Margacget Harlett--Mercy Hospital-Mount Vernon, io Leota Hendershott-Casey--Oil City, Pennsylvania Claude Henle?-Columbus. Ohio Opal Kaiser- ardesty-Anderson. South Carolina Luke Mills-Danville, Ohio Clarence Mizer-Danville. Ohio Dorothy Purdy-Lynn-Long Beach, California Cletus Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Paul Shepard-Deceased Winitred Sheperd-Hammond-Brooksville. Ohio Raymond Smith -Stock Dealer-Danville. Ohio Allen White-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Bernard Workman-Teacher-Holmesville, 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 Clifiord Banbury-Truck Driver-Danville, Ohio Werden Banbury-Loudonville, Ohio Florence Blubaugh-Finan-Danville, Ohio The Clarion '58 Kathryn Black-Gebier-Buitalo, New York Louis 'Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Ruth' Blubaugh-Piechowski-Louisville, Ohio Ralph Body--Farmer-Danville, Ohio Otto Fesler-Danville. Ohio Ronald Gaines--Fur Dealer--Mount Vernon, Ohio Ethel Giflin-Butler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bernice Hawk-Rice-Mansiield, Ohio Edith Harmer-Danville. Ohio Donald Hess-Rittman, Ohio Lorna H att-Knox Mount Vernon Ohio L! Meryle lzaylor-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-Seoretarx-Cleveland, Ohio Paul Simmons-Clerk- shland. Ohio Maurine Shults-Fesler-Danville, Ohio Edward Styers-Farmer-Gambier, Ohio Ruby Welsh-Bricker-Danville, Ohio Edward White-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Lucille Wimmer-Whitney-Millwood, Ohio Florence Workman-Teacher-Rocky River, Ohio Kenneth Workman-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Lucy Durbin-Piar-Greer. Ohio Paul Edgar-Danville, Ohio Robert Elias-Illinois Ierome Fesler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Kenneth Gaines-Mount Vernon, Ohio George Shultz-Loudonville, Ohio Ira Workman-Farmer-Danville CLASS OF 1929 Burdstta Body-Woods-Danville. Ohio Emmeretta Colopy-Kirwin-Post Office-Danville, Ohio Hugh Colopy-Akron. Ohio Virgil Crowthers-Cleveland, Ohio Henry Durbin-Cincinnati. Ohio Lucy-Durbin-Workman-Columbus, Ohio lames Fesler-Consulting Engineer at B. G W., Barberton, Ohio Thomas Gardner-Standard Oil Dist.-Danville, Ohio Burl Green-Mansiield, Ohio Blaine Greer-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Wilford Heaton-Deceased Virginia HenleygSenit-Columbus. Ohio Violet Logsdon- ayne-Deceased Dorothy Neiderhouser-Odell-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marion Ranck-Fry--Danville, Ohio Iudson Rice-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Clarissa Sapp-Robeson-Wooster, Ohio Helen Sapp-Burger-Akron. Ohio Helen Stitzlein-Workman-St. Louis, Missouri Olive Stull-Baker--Deceased Leone Switzer-Murdock-Iellowag. Ohio Hazel Thatcher-Beck-Danville, hio Naomi Winterringer-Thatcher-Warsaw, Ohio Betty Workman-Edgar-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Edwin Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1930 Nanna Baker-Strouse-Millwood, Ohio Albert Banbury-Lumber Dealer-Danville, Ohio Harland Beck-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Marjorie Black-Stern-Cleveland, Ohio Augustine Blubaugh-Farmer--Danville. Ohio Harold Blubaugh-Cleveland, Ohio Anna Durbin--Sister Iuda-Monroe, Michigan Edward Durbin-Gaithersburg, Maryland Leonard Durbin-Columbus, Ohio Paul Durbin-Danville, Ohio Cletus Gardner-Accountant-Akron, Ohio Gertrude Gardner-Colopy--Danville, Ohio Gertrude Giflin-Sharp-Loudonville. Ohio Frances Grassbaugh-Hawk--Danville, Ohio Martha Grassbaugh-Danville, Ohio Bonnie Green-Greer-Danville, Ohio Dwight Greer-Teacher-Belleiontaine, Ohio Ralph Heaton-Greer, Ohio Pauline Hendershott-Gray-Danville, Ohio Willard Holt-Implement Dealer-Danville. Ohio Thelma Lower-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Eva-McMillan-Yearous-Danville, Ohio Sadie Miller-Nurse-Newark, New Iersey lake Murdock-Danville, Ohio Page Ninety-one M . 21 fi '53 ,L F. ' mi? :ni .,e:.,1.:i Tbie Clarion '58 Ml rf! W Ronald Richert-Mount Vernon, Ohio Clair Rice-Implement Dealer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Agnes Rine-Thuma-Stenographer-Zanesville, Ohio Lunda Robeson--Danville, Ohio Darrel Shatter-Shreve, Ohio Grace Shultz-Lentz-Galion, Ohio Mary Stull-Welker-Kentucky George Styers-Newark, Ohio Fern Temple-Dunn-Mount Vernon, Ohio Sarah Tisserand-Snively-Danville, Ohio Violet Temple-Kalylor-Danville, Ohio Dwight Welker- entucky Velma Wimmer-Carl-Ashland, Ohio Garnet Wise-Telephone Manager-Danville, Ohio Donna Workman-Glasgo-Loudonville. Ohio Doris Workman-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Byron Yearous-Danville, Ohio Ellsworth Zimmerman-Brinkhaven, Ohio CLASS OF 1931 Virginia Banbury-Snively-Ielloway. Ohio Otto Blubauqhhliarmer-Danville, Ohio Owen Blubaugh-Deceased Howard Bower-Danville, Ohio Edith Colopy-Stull-San Diego, California Madeline Cullison-Gilmore-Millwood, Ohio Kenneth Daily-Greensville, South Carolina Charles Drake-Danville, Ohio Agnes Durbin-Harlett-Danville, Ohio Arthur Durbin-Danville, Ohio Carl DurbinfGaithersburg, Maryland Kenneth Durbin-Danville, Ohio Howard Edgar--Mansfield, Ohio Mary Fesler-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Naomi Fesler-Beach-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mildred Greer-Greer, Ohio Susan Heaton-Greer-Greer, Ohio Zuma Hochstetler-ClineiDanville. Ohio Florence Holbrook-Fussner-Danville, Ohio Robert Kaylor-Mount Vernon, Ohio Violet May Kaylor-Baugher-Danville, Ohio Eleanor Lyons-Rice-Mansiield, Ohio Sterl McClurg-Machinistiwarren, Ohio Frances Miller-Avery-Akron, Ohio Earl-Porter-Washington, D. C. Dorothy Piar-Richert-Mount Vernon, Ohio Herman Preston-West Virginia Naomi Ross-Shives-Hancock, Maryland George Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Lucille Sapp-Hall-Akron, Ohio I ohn Shults-Howard, Ohio Edna Smith-Spearman-Danville, Ohio Margaret Smith-Chadil-Danville, Ohio Donald Snively-Danville, Ohio Lotus Snowe-English 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-Kohl-Harrisburg, Pa. Edward Blubaugh-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Anastasius Blubaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Laverne Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Clara Boeshart-Brown--Canton, Ohio Dorothy Body-Yarman-Amity, Ohio Florence Boeshart-Brown-Mount Vernon, Ohio Elsa Cochran-Dennis-Canton, Ohio Germanus Colopy-Electrician-Zanesville, Ohio Eugene Durbin-Columbus, Ohio Neva Durbin-Danville, Ohio Harris Farmer-Los Angeles, California Louis Gardner-Farmer-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 Holt-Danville, Ohio l.oraine Horn-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Opal Kaylor-Mizer-Danville, Ohio Lenore Miller-Riley-Danville, Ohio Iohn Neiderhouser-Danville, Ohio Ralph Rice-Implement Dealer-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marthella Shaw-Shaw-Los Angeles, California Page N inety-two Frances Smith-Hauqer-Howard, Ohio Eileen Stout-High School Teacher-Mansfield, Ohio George Watson-Engineer-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Glenn Wharton-U. S. Army Marjorie White-Lepley--Mount Vernon, Ohio Harry Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1933 Ethel Arnold-Stutzman-Mount Vernon, Ohio Myra Arnold-Fowler-Florida 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-Regair Shop-Danville, Ohio Pauline Fulmer- arnett-Canton, Ohio Irvin Grasshaugh-Poultry Dealer-Danville, Ohio Duane Greer-Bellville, Ohio Mary Hawk-Wareman-Columbus, Ohio Kathleen Hendershott-Danville, Ohio Edwin Lyons-Danville. Ohio Edna Mapes-Stenographer-,Mount Vernon, Ohio Olive Miller-Grassbauqh-Deceased Claude Mizer-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Russel Nyhart-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Lee Pore-Mansfield, Ohio Marrglla Robenson-O. S. U. Dietitian-Worthington io Florence Sapp-Kelch-Secretary-Columbus, Ohio Neva Sapp-Deceased Carl Smith-Tree Surgeon-Hubbard, Ohio Irene Walker-Gambier, Ohio Evelyn White-Kiracote-Sidney, Ohio Eldon Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1934 Clare Arnold-Chith-Florida Ioseph Baker-Danville. Ohio Lyda Campbell-Carpenter-Florida Bernard Colopy-Danville, Ohio Ioseph Cross-Mortician-Columbus, Ohio Letha Crouthers-Bowers-Glenmont, Ohio Audrey Drake-Deceased Mary Frank-Teacher-Wooster, Ohio Leola Gessling-Zody-Perrgsville, 'Ohio Clyde Green-Mansfield, hio Oral Hall-Loudonville, Ohio Dole Hammond-Grocer-Danville, Ohio Lucille Heaton-Hess-Vicksburg, Michigan Lawrence Loney-Canton, Ohio Mae Lyons-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Louise Miller-Shults-Howard. Ohio Virginia Miller-Smith-Danville, Ohio Bet el Mowery-Mansfield-Oakland, Caliiornia Guy Mowery-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ralph Parsons-Deceased Virgil Pryor-Plxible-Loudonville, Ohio Charles Rice-Columbus, Ohio 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-DialhDanvil1e, Ohio Herman Workman-Beach City, Ohio Rosalie Workman-Liter-Ielloway, Ohio CLASS OF 1935 Kathleen Awwiller-Waters-Blisslield, Ohio Rowena Awwiller-Workman-Danville, Ohio Geraldine Banbury-Sellers-Groveland, Florida Catherine Blubaugh-Good--Circleville, Ohio Alfred Blubaugh-Brinkhaven, Ohio Eloise Blubaugh-Grassbaugh-Danville, Ohio Carl Boeshart-Danville, Ohio Bette Bradiield-Porter-Mount Vernon, Ohio Edna Butler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ruth Colopy-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Frank Cross-Cleveland, Ohio Bernice Dial-McMahon-Mount Vernon. Ohio Kenneth Dunn-Minister-Indiana Wendell Edgar-New York, New York Gertrude Pesler-Danville, Ohio David Frank-Loudonville, Ohio Maxine Humphrey-Broadhurst-Akron, Ohio. Eversgi Kanuckel-Implement Dealer--Danville. o Genevieve Kaylor-Mavis-Danville, Ohio Gladys Liqhtner . Mildred Loney-Bell-Akron, Ohio Kenneth Lybarriver-Deceased John Mick ey- ount Vernon, Ohio Banbur Miller-Deceased Eileen Murpll?-Mizer-Danville, Ohio U Lucille Rice- ondron-Mount Vernon, Ohio Leo Smith-Akron, Ohio Blaine Stumbaugh-Loudonville. Ohio Ruth Stumbaugh-Pollard-Loudonville, Ohio Rita Weber-Shaw-Coshocton, Ohio . Ruby Winterringer-Leedy-Danville, Ohio Hula 'Mae Workman-Grand, Illinois CLASS OF 1936 Lawrence Adams--Mount Vernon, Ohio Dean Awwiller-Danville, Ohio Vir inia Arnholt-CutlerACleve1and, Ohio D Maiel Banbury-Mizer-Fredericktown, Ohio Wayne Banbury-Deceased Eve yn Blubaugh-Shultz--Danville. Ohio Joseph Blubaugh-Deceased Gladys Campbell-Stumbaugh-Coshocton. Ohio Mildred Colopy-Tulloss-New York I Royal Critchheld-Zanesville, Ohio Leeola Dou Cleveland, Ohio Lois Dunn-Iganiels-Jelloway, Ohio 1 3 George Durbin-Columbus. Ohio Mary Durbin-St. Hilaire-Oregon Theodore Frank-Danville, Ohio I Eugene Fulmer-Mount Vernon. Ohio John Gardner-Mount Vernon, Ohio Lena Grassbaugh-Esposito-Teaneck. New Jersey Raymond Green,-Mansiield, Ohio Evan Hochstetler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Charlotte Humghrey-Brumbaugh-Brinkhaven. Ohio James Jones- rinkhaven, Ohio Harold Kanuckle-Danville. Ohio Bill Levering--Mount Vernon, Ohio Daniel Lightner-Clerk-Mansiield, Ohio Harley Mizer-Fredericktown, Ohio Annabelle Motz-Reuhling-Danville, Ohio James Murphy-Cambridge. Ohio Dorothy Osgood-Alexander-Mansfield, Ohio Lenore Rice-Teacher-New Birmington, Ohio Franklin Richert-Mount Vernon, Ohio Pearl Ridenbaugh-Conkle-Mount Vernon, Ohio Robert Robison-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Sheasby-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Shultz-Greer, Ohio John Smith-Deceased Ruth Snow-Holdren-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Joseph Strausbauqh-Farmer-G1enmont, Ohio Elizabeth Strouse-Overmyer-Brinkhaven, Ohio Maxine Styer-Clyde-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ralph Truex-Danville. Ohio Blanche Tucker-Danville. Ohio Ruth Wander-Anderson-Killbuck. Ohio Juanita Workman-Mount Vernon, Ohio U Robert Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1937 Thomas Bebout-Walhondinq. Ohio Ruth Bilyeu-Huston-Bellaire, Ohio Raymond Boeshart-Danville, Ohio John Coggins-Grove City, Ohio Joe Colopy-Deceased I Aleta Doup-Kirkpatrick-Mt. Liberty. Ohio Paul Durbin-Deceased u Maxine Florence-Gibbs-Seattle, Washington Martha Hawk-Staats-Danville. Ohio Anna Holbrook-Bailey-Howard, Ohio Twyla Horn-Roberts-Danville. Ohio Ronald Kaxlor-Teacher-Canton. Ohio Ruth Kerr- lubaugh-Cleveland, Ohio Myra Lower-Miller-Danville. Ohio Sarah Mapes-Danville. Ohio Jack McClary--Columbus, Ohio Mildred Nyhart-Workman-Danville. Ohio Eileen Mitchel-Sister Joan ot Arch-Ossuring, N. Y. Nina Parsons-Pernbrook-Mount Vernon, Ohio G' The Clarion Mary Rice-Simmons-Columbus, Ohio Ralph Sapp-Danville, Ohio Clarence Shultz-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Bill Simmons-Columbus, Ohio Rita Shuman-Robinson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Frank Statler-Perrysville. Ohio Betty Swigert-Clerk-Cleveland, Ohio Kathleen Summers-Kacyzinske-Chicago, Illinois Henry Weber-Mount Vernon, Ohio Wava Workman-Hammond, Danville, Ohio Darwin Young-Manstield. Ohio Leota Workman-Pribble-Mount Vernon, Ohio CLASS OF 1938 Julia Adrian-Bruning-Cleveland, Ohio Madonna Banbury-Mumper-Mount Vernon, Ohio Paul Banbury-Danville, Ohio Frederick Body-Teacher-Carroll, Ohio William Boeshart-Garner, Iowa Oran Chapman-Brinkhaven, Ohio Donald Colopy-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dorothy Colops-Harrigal-Akron, Ohio John Colopy- anville, Ohio Bernard Di e-Santa Monica, California Rita Durbin-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ronald Farquhar-Loudonville, Ohio Lucile Fesler-Young-Mansiield. Ohio Raymond Frank-Loudonville, Ohio Ruth Frasher-Altwise-Florida Maurice Gessling-Mansfield, Ohio Elaine Hill-Hamlin-Mansfield, Ohio Charles Huffman-Deceased Quentine Lannins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Quimby Leach- rinkhaven, Ohio Nedra McMillan-Sheldon-Manslield. Ohio Roger Miller-Perrgsville, Ohio Edward Mickleg- anville, Ohio Virginia Miller- earson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ralph Mixer-Danville, Ohio Robert Moreland-Danville, Ohio Myron Murphy-Toledo, Ohio Delbert Oiler-Columbus, Ohio Blaine Pembrook-Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Pryor-Hagans-Danville. Ohio Robert Robinson-Deceased . Charles Rice-State Patrolman-Mansfield. Ohio Clayton Scholes-Cleveland. Ohio lBayers Shaw+-Surqeon-Washington C. H. artha Shaw-Bebout-Mount Vernon, Ohio Rayimond Shultz-Greer, Ohio Art ur Smith-Akron, Ohio Theodore Smith-Danville, Ohio Wendell Spearman-Danville, Ohio I.ucille Strang-Pagne-Washington D. C. Betty Thompson- allion-Danville, Ohio Martin Thorp-Danville, Ohio ' George Weber-Mount Vernon, Ohio Glenn Weber-North Canton, Ohio Annabelle Workman-Danville. Ohio Eleanor Workman-Ransburg--Indianapolis, Indiana CLASS OF 1939 Mary Adams-Awwiller-Danville, Ohio James Adrian-Deceased I 1 Martha Arnholt-Wachtel-Nashville, Ohio William Bennett-Danville, Ohio Basil Blubaugh-Columbus, Ohio Doroth Bluhaugh-Higgins-1-loward, Ohio ! g' 0 Betty gilyeu-Truox-Danville, Ohio John Blubaugh-Circleville, Ohio ' Marion Blubaugh-Harris-Texas Cletus Boeshart-Physician-St. Louis. Missouri Helen Brecker-Kash-Florida Doris Butts-Christopher-Marietta, Ohio Luella Clark-Bertch-Brinkhaven, Ohio Anna Coleman-Hively-Danville, Ohio Francis DeMyor-Ca iiornia Mariorie Dennis-Nyhart--Danville, Ohio Robert Frank-Loudonville, Ohio Clarence Gaumer-Mount Vernon. Ohio James Hagans-Danville. Ohio Glenn Hawkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Evelyn Hoagland-Stackler-Danville. Ohio Alva Hoover-Danville, Ohio Eddie Jones--Brinkhaven. Ohio Mildred Kagor-Hunter-Brandon. Ohio Virginia Mc ougal-Hoover-Danville. Ohio Joseph Mickley--Danville Bank-Danville, Ohio Florence Miller-Gault-Detroit, Michigan James Miller-Columbus. Ohio Robert Motz-Danville, Ohio Margge Neiderhouser-Gueulette-Mount Vernon. io Nil OO Page Ninety-three M., we 1 ,3 at fe: xt x 'ET A gzrfzi. iftliokaf' 4 5. it VN The Clarion '58 Iosephine Rice-Higgins-Danville, Ohio Barbara Rice-Wolfe-Mount Vernon, Ohio Eileen Richert-Mosher-Danville, Ohio Eva Robinson-Green-Mansiield, Ohio Wanda Rush-Hahn-New Castle, Ohio Milly Senit-Gooding-Mount Vernon, Ohio Laken Staats-Howard, Ohio Dorothy Stumbaugh-Gardner-Mount Vernon, Ohio Donald Thorpe-Danville, Ohio Velma Turney-Cornelius-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ioseph Waters-U. S. Army A Bernard Weber-Deceased Ina Ioe Wheeler-Norton-Wheeling, West Virginia Byron Workman-Carpenter-Danville, Ohio Pauline Workman-Conrad-Loudonville. Ohio CLASS OF 1940 Robert Alexander-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lillian Bangher-Carskadau-Cincinnati, Ohio Maxine Blubaugh-Greenleaf, Oregon Otto Blubaugh-Circleville, Ohio Pauline Blubaugh-Gardner-Howard, Ohio Dorothy Brooks-Moore-Akron, Ohio Doris Brooks-Zimmerman-Iewett, Ohio Betty Charlton-Iacobs---Mount Vernon, Ohio Mary Clark-Elliot-Brinkhaven, Ohio Arnold Colopy-Danville, Ohio Mary Davis-Bechtel-Ankenytown, Ohio Edna Didinqer-Sheldon-Danville, Ohio Marian Gessling-Edgar-Mansfield, Ohio Martha Greer-Staats-Danville, Ohio Bill Hagans-Danville. Ohio Mary Alice Hammond-Adelsberger-Danville, Ohio Ernest Kidwell-Delaware, Ohio ,Rose Marie Lower-Bennett-Akron, Ohio Dale McClain-Kowhoon, Hongkong Ioseph McMillan-Springfield, Ohio Helen Mickley-Thorp-Danville, Ohio Billy Miller-Loudonville. Ohio Harold Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Wesley Miller-Danville, Ohio Maxine Mitchellelrvine-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Senft-Bladensburg, Ohio Kenneth Shaw-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Charles Shultz-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bessie Strung-Heimberger-Loudonville, Ohio Ned Staats-Danville. Ohio Iames Strung-Louridonville, Ohio Walter Temple-Loudonville. Ohio Bethel Thompson-Carey-Seattle, Washnigton James Troyer-Brinkhaven, Ohio gan Wander-Collins-Colorado lara Weber-Wolf-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bonnie White-Lynch-New York Faith Whitney-Reeder-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1941 Dorothy Banbury-Sellers-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ioseph Blubaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Edward BoesharteDanville, Ohio Ruth Buxton-Derrinberger-Loudonville, Ohio Robert Chaliant-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Chaliant-Mount Vernon, Ohio Russell Cly-Mt. Hope, Idaho Irene Davis-Fredericktown, Ohio Barbara Durbin-Place-Wapakoneta. Ohio Clyde Heczton-Engineer-Philadelphia, Pa. Karlene Hill-Doup-Fredericktown, Ohio Sara lane Jones-Bing-Columbus, Ohio Bessie Iurgens-Mansfield, Ohio Helen Kanuckle-Spurgeon-Danville, Ohio William Martin-Brinkhaven, Ohio r , Anna McClain-Mowery-Danville, Ohio Ralph McMillan-Urbana, Ohio Mary Louise Mickley-Boeshart-Danville, Ohio Douglas Miller-College. Ft. Wayne, Indiana lane Mills-Sinclair-Youngstown, Ohio Robert Mizer-Danville, Ohio Ruth Rice-Hull-Howard, Ohio Tyrus Rice-Danvillei Ohio Betty RobinsonAMansiielcl. Ohio Alice Schaub-Carter-Greer, Ohio Martha Scholes-McMillan-Urbana, Ohio lean Senit-Secretary-Dayton, Ohio Kathryn Smith-Lloyd-Danville, Ohio Kenneth Spurgeon-Deceased Delmar Stumbaugh-Columbus, Ohio Eva Temple-Clements-Mansfield. Ohio Iames Thompson-Danville, Ohio Paul Thompson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Joseph Williams-Mansfield, Ohio Page N inety-four CLASS OF 1942 Ceorge Adrian-U. S. Army Jim Alexander-Mount Vernon, Ohio Don Arnholt-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bethel Baker-McFarland-Killbuclc, Ohio ' Harriet Banbury-Webster-Richmond, Virginia Ralph Banbury-U. S. Army Dick Banbury-Danville, Ohio Rilla Banbury-Swain-Mount Vernon, Ohio B111 Baugher-Colorado Dan Beeman-Deceased Margie Butler-Mackey-Greer, Ohio Louise Breckler-Weber-Columbus, Ohio Eileen Breckler-Thompson-Danville, Ohio Don, Butts-Danville, Ohio Florence Cole?y-Heldenhrand-Mansfield, Ohio Walter Cly- anville, Ohio Evelyn Conkle-Branyon-Cleveland, Ohio Rev, Clement Durbin-Christ the King Church- Colurnbus, Ohio Iirn Elliott-Danville. Ohio Clarence Frasher-Huron, Ohio Marcella Greer-Bross-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Banbury-Hughett-Danville, Ohio Floyd Kirk-Millwood, Ohio Earl Laughrey-Danville, Ohio Lois Martin-Barker-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dan Meager-Wadsworth, Ohio Charles Miller-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Miller-Guedras-Akron, Ohio Betty Moreland-Hood-Danville, Ohio lack Nethers-Mount Vernon. Ohio Marcella Norris-Thompson-Mount Vernon, Ohio lack Parrish-Dentist-Columbus, Ohio Anna Oiler-Cleveland, Ohio Mary Sheasby-Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio Louise Smith-Diehl-Mansfield, Ohio Teresa Thatcher-Utica, Ohio lack Thatcher-Brinkhaven, Ohio Harold Ventling-Columbus, Ohio Paul Weber-Canton, Ohio Ruth.Workman-Lingenielter-Loudonville, Ohio Merrill Hochstetler-Danville, Ohio Kenneth Hendershott-Brinkhaven, Ohio Ethel Stranq-Loudonville, Ohio CLASS OF 1943 Margene Awwiller-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dwight Banbury-Ohio Power Company-Butler, Ohio Iomes Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Leonard Blubaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Icmes Bross-Electrician-Danville. Ohio Mildred Cline-Hyatt-Stillwell, Ohio Hazel Cly-Wantland-Deceased Carl Colopy-Columbus, Ohio Myron Farquhar-Greer, Ohio Clyde I-'erenbaugh-Millwood, Ohio Delmar Frank-Danville, Ohid Willard Gaumer-Loudonville. Ohio Donna Gessling-Yovoshek-Columbus, Ohio Clayton Hagans-Ashland, Kentucky Melvin Huffman-Wooster, Ohio Harry Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Hazel Kidwell-Gatrell--East Point, Georgia Iames Mavis-Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Ohio Robert Mickleg-Mount Vernon, Ohio Norma Miller- ody-Danville, Ohio Nel Iane Miller-Hissonge-St. Petersburg, Florida Bernard Mizer-Newark, Ohio Helen Parker-Coulter-Memphis, Tenn. Robert Sapp--Danville, Ohio Guy Shaw-Mount Vernon, Ohio Sara Strang-Martin-Nashville. Ohio Iessie Senft-Case-Witchita Falls, Texas Cosmas Smith-Danville, Ohio Tressie Summers-Cox-Dayton, Ohio Burl Thompson-Millwood. Ohio Norma lean Troyer-Sheldon--Brinkhaven, Ohio Marvin Tracy-Mansfield, Ohio Jean Ventling-Hubbell-Mount Vernon, Ohio Boy Wander-Columbus, Ohio Donald Wheeler-Chinalake. California Donna Workman-Tucker-Bangs, Ohio Mona Workman-Florence-Texas Patty Workman-Cleveland. Ohio Donis Wyatt-Snyder-Dayton. Ohio CLASS OF 1944 Mable Arnholt-Rohrbaugh-Loudonville, Ohio Marjorie Blubaugh-Selby-Deceased Lucille Boeshart-Bross-Danville, Ohio Glenn Bowman-Mansfield. Ohio Louis Butts-Mount Vernon. Ohio Leo Colopy-Zanesville. Ohio Dick Daily-Brinkhaven. Ohio Bob Dennis-Columbus. Ohio Marilla Ferenbaugh-Thorp-Belleville. Ohio Nelson Klein-I-'.B.l. Washington, D. C Ralph Lloyd-Mount Vernon, Ohio Paul Mickley-Danville. Ohio Dick Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Sara Miller-Hair-Denver, Colorado Robert Parker-Iarneston. Ohio Martha Parrish-Merrill--Bryan. Ohio Margaret Schaub-Wheeler-Caliiornia Martha Shafier-Teacher-Fredericktown. Ohio Iris Shaffer-Mohs-Cincinnati. Ohio Florence Shaw-Kostochryz-Cleveland, Ohio Iune Shaw-Bush--Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Sheasby-Silver Springs. Maryland Bob Simmons-Danville. Ohio Helen Steiner-Kwigton-Shreve. Ohio Betty Stumbaugh-Mowery-Greer. Ohio Donald Thorngson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Betty Tieche- reckler-Danville, Ohio Mary Weber-Danville, Ohio Sam Workman-Architect-Cleveland. Ohio CLASS OF 1945 Ralph Ball-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Helen Blubaugh-Cotton-Colorado Dick Blubaugh-Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Durbin-Blubaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Clovis Frank-Minister-Cincinnati, Ohio I-'rank Gesslinia-Mansfield. Ohio Iocelyn Greer- cFadden-Greer. Ohio Norma Hagans-Mayhew-Columbus. Ohio Helen Meehan-Hawkins-Blisstield. Ohio Erma Mizer-Sweet-Danville. Ohio Lola Iones-Mullet-Glenmont, Ohio Rondale Pritchard-Danville, Ohio Marguerite Ridgeway-Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Bernard Sap?-Mount Vernon, Ohio Grace Sapp- emple-Loudonville. Ohio Dorothy Smith-Hidenbau h-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dick Tracy-Millwood, ghio Fred Rice--Mansfield, Ohio Victoria Workman-Wander-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1946 Virgil Adrian-Danville. Ohio Gerane Allen-Columbus. Ohio Paul Arweller-Danville. Ohio Alfred Blubaugh-Columbus. Ohio Pauline Butler-Shaw-Brinkhaven. Ohio Ioan Colopy-Mercy Hospital-Mount Vernon, Ohio Margie Colopy-Samples-Danville. Ohio Francis Croston-Maile-Zanesville, Ohio Luella Darr-I-lochstetler-Danville. Ohio Howard Drake-Danville, Ohio Woneta Dunn-Chevuront--Mount Vernon. Ohio Ioseph Hauger-Danville. Ohio Richard Klein-Columbus. Ohio Betty Laughrsty-Crider-Howard. Ohio Ellen Lesley- artin-Brinkhaven. Ohio ' Helen Lesley-Elliott-Binkhaven. Ohio Betty Lou Martin-Dailey-Secretary-Brinkhaven. Rodnex Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Donal Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Pauline Mickley-Clark-Mount Vernon, Ohio Encil Mills-Feed Dealer-Mount Vernon. Ohio George Mullet-Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Shatter-Kirk-Millwood. Ohio Charles Shaw-Brinkhaven, Ohio Gene Smith-Danville. Ohio - William Stitzlein-Farmer-Glenmont, Ohio Iames 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-Briggs- Columbus. Ohio Dick Brurnbaugh-Akron. Ohio Robert Cline-Brinkhaven. Ohio Della Colopy-Shira-Gambier. Ohio Imogene Didinger-Rettig-Danville, Ohio Nancy Elliott-Keller-Buckeye Lake. Ohio Myron Frank-California Coreta Frasher-Lease-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ohio The Clarion '58 Nellie Horn-Truex-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Kaylor-U. S. Air Force Dalton Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Ralph Kent-Danville. Ohio Delores Loqston-Meehan-Brinkhaven, Ohio Barbara Martin-Nomay-Missouri Dick McClain-Findlay. Ohio Kenneth Mickley-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carolyn Nyhart-Metcalf-Mount Vernon, Ohio Gwendolyn O'Donnell-Fargo-Newark. Ohio Eva Stull-Wenger-Danville. Ohio Thelma Peterson-Toledo. Ohio Eugene Rice-Danville. Ohio Gene Shackle-Canton, Ohio Elva Shultz-Bixler-Loudonville. Ohio Dorothy Snow-Bailes--Orrville, Ohio Dorotha, Summers-Scottie-Mount Vernon, Ohio Patty hite-Groseclose-Danville, Ohio Eddie Workman-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1948 Loren Banbury-Danville. Ohio Raymond Bluhaugh-Colorado Anthony Boeshart-Danville. Ohio Betty Burke-Sand-Centerburg. Ohio Marie Butts-Smith-Lonoke. Arkansas Dale Campbell-Danville. Ohio George Chapman-Danville, Ohio Louise Cline-Bgwaters--Mount Vernon. Ohio Earl Colopy- anville, Ohio Wayne Crider-Mount Vernon, Ohio Iune Conkle-Casavella-Mount Vernon. Ohio Rev. glam Durbin-Holy Family Church--Columbus. io Harry Dunn-Danville. Ohio lean Gesslinq-Holt-Loudonville. Ohio Vonetta Landis-Sheasby-Danville. Ohio Loretta Long-Boeshart-Danville. Ohio Lillian Kaylor-Strouse-Glenmont. Ohio Sam McMillan-Teacher-Howard, Ohio David Meehan-Glenmont. Ohio I essie Micklety-Butler, Ohio lim Mullet- . S. Army Marilyn O'Donne11-Alspach-Houston, Texas Lawrence Payne-Danville. Ohio Harold Rhodes-Glenrnont, Ohio Marrietta Rice-Shultz-Greer. Ohio Richard Sapp-Walhonding, Ohio Dan Sheasby-Danville. Ohio Neil Staats-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Wayne Stumbaugh-Greer, Ohio Wil iam Tanner-Mount Vernon. Ohio lim Tracy-Mansfield. Ohio LeRoyJWorkrnan-Danville, Ohio Roy alters-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1949 Canal Adrain-Coterill-El Paso. Texas Bernard Banbury-Mount Vernon, Ohio TommIy1Banbury-Denison University-Granville. 0 'o Dorothg Barnes-Thompson-Danville. Ohio Peggy ell-Farmer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Martha Bittner-Deppner-Washington C. H. Charles Brown-Danville. Ohio Glen Colopy-Tri-State College.-Angola. Ind. I .nrrv Colony-Danville. Ohio Walter Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio James Elliot-Brinkhaven. Ohio Ethel Farmer-Brent-Nurse-Columbus, Ohio V Iris Gardner-Akins-Nurse-Columbus, Ohio Betty Hawkins-Laughrey-Howard. Ohio Roberta Hill-Musgrove-U. S. Armv Harrietta Landis- oleman-Mount Vernon, Ohio larnes Logston-Brinkhaven. Ohio Vernita Long-Mellor-Danville. Ohio Vernon Martin-Danville. Ohio Roy Myers-Columbus. Ohio Helen Nyhart-Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Ellen Randles-Pigman-Nellie, Ohio Caroline Sapp-Piar-Mount Vernon. Ohio Gwendolyn Smith-Beautician-Akron, Ohio Edna Taylor-Henwood-Howard. Ohio . Leona Taylor-Mount Vernon, Ohio Barbara Thorp-Durbin-Mount Vemon. Ohio Patty Weber-Cincinnati. Ohio Troy Wilson-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1950 Unita Akins-Coshocton, Ohio Ruth Arweller-Connell-Mount Vernon. Ohio Page Ninety-five The Clarion '58 Q 1 7 3? Patricia Bilyeu-Samples-Danville. Ohio Virginia Brooks I Iohn Bross-Danville. Ohio Charles Clipse-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Durbin-Danville. Ohio Lucy Durbin-Koelbl-Mount Vernon. Ohio Margretta Farmer-Wi1son- Danville, Ohio James Hains- Danville. Ohio Juanita I-Iains-Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Barbara Huggins-Johnson-Mansfield. Ohio Margaret Kidwell-Stambaugh-Mount Vernon. Ohio Gretchen Lusby-Mansfield, Ohio Josephine Lybarqer-Blue-Danville. Ohio William McGinnis-Police-Mount Vernon. Ohio William Mickley-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Doroth Mickley-Colosy-Danville. Ohio Clyde Ytllyers-U. S. ir Force-California Mary Myers-Burgett-Danville. Ohio Harold Payne-Danville. Ohio Lloyd Root-Nashville. Ohio John Simmons-I-'.B.I.-Washington. D. C. Donald Snyder-Danville. Ohio Donna Workman-Staats-Danville. Ohio Doris Young-Payne-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1951 Charles Barnes-Sierra Vista, Arizona Eva Bowers-McGinnis-Mount Vernon, Ohio Martha Calkins-Butler-Danville. Ohio Dorothy Chapman-Baqent-Glenmont, Ohio Nancy Colopy-HammADanville, Ohio James R. Cline-Brinkhaven. Ohio Iames S. Cline-Glenmont. Ohio Gary Didinger-Danville. Ohio Charles Durbin--Danville, Ohio Twila Fernbaugh-Colopy-Howard, Ohio Wayne Frank-Danville. Ohio Helen Frazier-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ted Gardner-Brinkhaven. Ohio Glen Hauger-Danville. Ohio Carl Lesle -U. S. Navy Marcina lVYcDonald-Clerk-Mount Vernon. Ohio Martha McMillan-Thompson-Hawaii Glen Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Robert Miller-Loudonville. Ohio Annabelle Peterson-Martin-Detroit. Michigan Helen Piqman-Meehan-Florida Arthur Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Donald Ridgeway-Driller-Danville. Ohio Thomas Sapp-Berlin. New Jersey Joanne Sevitts-Stevens-Fredericktown. Ohio Carrol B. Shultz-Danville. Ohio Helen Vess-Radcliff-Johnstown. Ohio Rosalie Walters-Mount Vernon. Ohio Zane Wilson-Danville. Ohio Eric Winterhalter-Otterbein College-Westerville. Ohio William McMillianiFarmer-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 Colopy-Jackson-Greece Mary Jo Durbin-Overiield-Newark. Ohio Robert Edgar-Ashland College-Ashland. Ohio Velta Elksnis-Sulcs-Clerk-Columbus. Ohio Charles Farmer--Columbus, Ohio . Thomas Finan-Ohio State University Mary Agnes Harlett-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bonnie Hartman-Miller--Danville. Ohio Annabelle Hoyman-Ferenbauqh--Danville, Ohio Gail Laughery-Danville. Ohio Katheryn Liier-Capital University-Columbus. Ohio Robert Lybarger-Mount Vernon. Ohio Herman Mann--Shellmar-Mount Vernon. Ohio Margie McGinnis-Bell-Mount Vernon. Ohio William Miller-Danville. Ohio Ianice Mumper-Barnes-Sierra Vista. Arizona Russell Myers-Lazarus-Columbus. Ohio Irene Mickley-Williams-Danville, Ohio Ralph Phillips-U. S. Army Nedra Payne-Wears-Danville. Ohio James Handles-Nellie. Ohio Mary Sue Rice-Dawson-Danville. Ohio Page N inety-six Charles Schaub-Loudonville. Ohio Lloyd Sheasby-Danville. Ohio Alice Smith-Laughrey-Danville. Ohio Hazel Steiner-Cline-Glenmont. Ohio Margaret Stringiellow-Mount Vernon. Ohio Martha Stringiellow-Mann-Accountant-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carroll Stull-U. S. Army-France Naomi Summers-Miller-Danville. Ohio Betty Switzer-Brockway-Ashland. Ohio Christopher Tracy-Danville. Ohio Iva Mae Turney-Payne-Danville. Ohio David Vander Hooven--Brinkhaven. Ohio Norma Jean Zimmerman-Laughery-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1953 Marlene Armstrong-Grove City. Ohio Betty Akins--Mansfield. Ohio Leonard Bell-Dayton. Ohio Ruth Ann Brown-Woods-Danville. Ohio Goldie Chapman-Paazig-Mount Vernon, Ohio Robert Cline-Danville. Ohio John Colopy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Louise Colopy-Kick-Lakeville. Ohio Thomas Colopy-Newark. Ohio Joanne Durbin-Danvil-le. Ohio - - William Dye-Mount Vemon, Ohio Janet Fesler-Safp-Danville, Ohio Janetta Hains- yan-Leesburg. Florida Lunetta Hains-Schaub-Danville. Ohio Janice Hoagland-Graham--Danville Joyce Landis-Detroit. Mich. David McConnell-North Manchester. Indiana Phyllis McMillan-Foote-Fredericlrtown. Ohio Ruth Ann Mickley-Herbert-Dayton. Ohio Elsie May Mickley-Dye-Mount Vernon. Ohio Floyd M-ickley-Danville. Ohio Evelyn Morris-Sweet-Mount Vernon, Ohio Merwyn Mullet-Mount Vernon. Ohio Juris Murnieks-Army-Germany Ausma Podnieks-Franks-Loudonville. Ohio Joseph Proper-U. S. Navy-Washington. D. C. Walter -Rice-Howard. Ohio James Shean--U. S. Navy William' Shumaker-Mount Vernon, Ohio Esther Smail-Ashland. Ohio Larry Smith-Danville. Ohio Harold Snively-Panama City. Florida Dean Workman!-Danville. Ohio Maxine Yearous-Hull-Danville. Ohio Judi Wolfe-Luposello-Lakeland. Florida Harmon White-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1954 Joanne Banbury-Gaumer-San Diego. California Marilyn Baugher-Ritile-Columbus, Ohio Doris Body-Sheasby-Danville. Ohio Sara Conkle-Ridgway,-Danville. Ohio Cameron Drake-St. etersburq. Florida Helen Durbin-Miller-Danville. Ohio Nancy Durbin-Banbury-Danville. Ohio James Emmert-U. S. Army Kathleen Finan-Teacher-Gambier. Ohio Charles Fox-U. S. Army Harold Frank-Capitol University-Columbus. Ohio Thomas Gardner-Danville. Ohio Larry Greer-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio Faun Hains-Parker-Edenboro. Ind. Fern Hains-Mann-Danville. Ohio Donald Laughrey-Danville. Ohio David Lifer-Capitol Universit -Columbus, Ohio Dorothy Lybarger-Matheny-Cooper-Bessemer- Mount Vernon. Ohio Lee McConnell-Cincinnati University, Cincinnati. O. Earl Mickley-Danville. Ohio Joyce Mickley-Summers-Danville, Ohio Charles Miller-Danville. Ohio Warren Myers-Columbus. Ohio Conard Nyhart-Danville. Ohio Paul O'DonneI1-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio Jean Schisler-Rice--Howard. Ohio Ruth Shultz-Mount Vemon. Ohio Karol Sloan-Simpson-Danville. Ohio Nola Smail-Edgar-Danville. Ohio Conard Treen-Ohio University-Athens. Ohio Joseph Weber-Carpenter-North Canton, Ohio Eugene Woods-Danville. Ohio Dalene Workman-Stull-France 33 Q5 35 , I CLASS OF 1955 Eva Banbury-Gault-Ashland, Ohio Robert Beck-Danville, Ohio Ann Blanchard-St. Marys-Columbus. Ohio Carl Blubaugh-Shreve, Ohio Alma Butler-Wooster, Ohio Lulu Chaggnan-Snider-Mount Vernon, Ohio Charles lopy-Danville, Ohio Jim Cology-Danville, Ohio Norrita olopy-Akron, Ohio Betty Durbin-Selny-Danville, Ohio Janet Durbin-Bethel-Louisiana Jean Durbin-Danville, Ohio Rita Elksnis-Workman-Danville. Ohio Rita Greer-Mansfield, Ohio Ramona Hall-Danville. Ohio Jack Hall-Navy Jane I-Iarlett-Secretary-Columbus, Ohio Hedge Jarvis-U. S. Army John Kuoheravy-Navy John D. Lauderbaugh-U. S. Navy-South Carolina Joanne Lepley-Didinger-Mansfield, Ohio Ida Icsoirenzen-Rothal-Ashland College-Ashland, io Kay Mixer-Ringwalt-Danville. Ohio lay Morris-Danville, Ohio Eugene Mowery-Farmer-Glenmont, Ohio Joe Piar-U. S. Navy-Rhode Island Carole Rhodes-Vess-Greer, Ohio Shirley Rice-Drake-St. Petersburg, Florida Barbara Sapp-Daugherty-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ruth Ann Sapp-Mount Vernon, Ohio Thomas E. Sevems-Greer, Ohio Donald B. Shackle--Danville, Ohio Marilyn Esther Shaffer-Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Carol Ann Spearman-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Richard Stumbaugh--Wooster, Ohio Kay White-Worley-Danville. Ohio Robert Wolfe-Air Force Marie Wolford-Mowery-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1956 David Keith Armstrong-Danville, Ohio Nancy Beck-Houseworth-Danville, Ohio Raymond Bell-U. S. Marines-Japan Leon Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Diana Cornell-Arnold-Howard, Ohio Bonnie Jean Italiano-Toledo, Ohio Emma Burgett-Wooster, Ohio Lawrence Richard Butts-Farmer-Danville, Ohio David Colopy-U. S. Marines Paul Durbin-Danville, Ohio Sheila Durbin--Secretary-Danville, Ohio Charles Everhart-California Helen I-'esler-Clerk-Danville, Ohio Richard Gardner-California Eugene Lawrence Grassbaugh-Danville, Ohio George Gullet-U. S. Air Force James Hashman-Barber School-Columbus Bonnie Jean Italiano-Student Nurse-Mansfield, Ohio Elizabeth Jameson-Ohio State University Mary Sue Jameson4tudent Nurse-Grant Hospital, Columbus. Ohio Jim Loney-Danville. Ohio Lyle Lyons-Danville, Ohio Norma Jean McMillan-Todd-Mount Vernon, Ohio Martha Mickley--Danville. Ohio Sue Joyce Mills-Awwillez-Danville, Ohio Joyce Mizer-Mount Union College George Myer-U. S. Air Force-Alaska Dean Nicholls-Mount Vernon, Ohio Doris Mae Nyhart-Buckland-Danville, Ohio Lanny Parrish-Danville, Ohio Mariam Payne-Lyons-Danville, Ohio Mary Ellen Piar-Cincinnati, Ohio Jeanetta Handles-Hans-Loudonville, Ohio Rosalie Schaub-Wilson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mary Scoles-Williams-Mount Vernon, Ohio Larry Shrimplin-Service-Germany Mary Ann Tracy-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Trego-Lepley-Dayton, Ohio Raymond Vess--Air Force-Texas Harold Woltord-Tacoma, Washington Jane Zimmerman-Loney-Danville, Ohio 3.1 The Clarion CLASS OF 1957 Janice Irene Akins-Secretary-Lima, Ohio Gary Armstrong-Danville, Ohio Richard Armstrong-Michigan State Charles Bywaters-Otterbein-Westerville, Ohio Paul Cagwin-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio Larry Cline--Otterbein-Westerville, Ohio Dale DeVore-Eastern Bible Institute-Green Lane, Wisconsin Deloglsi Durbin-Mount Carmel Hospital-Columbus, o Iohn.Durbin-Danville, Ohio Robert Durbin-Danville, Ohio Irma Elksnis-Danville, Ohio Mary Ann Everhart-Nurses Training-California Patricia Farmer-Danville, Ohio Beatrice Fesler-Beautician-Columbus, Ohio Joseph Harlett-Danville, Ohio Richard Huggins-U. S. Army Juris Klavins-Otterbein-Westerville, Ohio Frances lfucheravy-Glenmont, Ohio Donagglxter-University of Cincinnati-Cincinnati, xo Betty-Loney-Ohio State-Columbus, Ohio Joella Miller-School Secretary-Danville, Ohio Fred- Mger-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio James eiderhouser-Danville, Ohio Janie Rennie-Kenyon College-Gambier, Ohio Larry Riley-Ohio State University-Columbus. Ohio Paul Sapp-U. S. Army Mary Schaub-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Ronald Shackle-Danville. Ohio Lindgsimail-O'Donnell-Ohio University-Athens, o Joanne Smith-St. Marys College-Columbus, Ohio Glen Turney-Wooster College--Wooster, Ohio James-Weber-Canton, Ohio Patricia White-Beishop-Danville, Ohio Carl Workman-Danville. Ohio Marcella Yoaroul-Blalldell-Fredericktown, Ohio Janet Zollarl-Ohio University--Athens, Ohio ZfQfzf1fff?JV!f M7 The Clarion '58 Cooks Lucille Richardson Edna Rice Doris White Arthur Moreland Bernard Hammond Oran Chapman Custodums Page N inety-eight 5 ADVERTISEMENTS + 0 0 0'0 O .Q A Oz. 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QzQ Q 0:0 O QOQ l O 0.6 QI. Brinkhaven. Ohio 3: I O Loudonville. Ohio 3, 0.0 9 0:0 920 xf 0:0 DQOQOQQQQ OO QQQQ fr. 9 . . H . . " - - ' . 0,0 Ice BJ Cm barber chanb Your dog hkes fo Mr. Reese. Are you cheating on this exam?' 99' 0:0 watch you cut hair doesnft he?" Tom W.: "No. 'I was just telling 'him that his nose 9:9 00: Barber: "It ain't that: sometimes I snip of! a bit was dnppmg on my paper' Q, 0 f ""' '-' :OO O ear , T Iean Smith: "My neighbor cured his child oi 0:0 : H biting his nails." :9: 'Q' Ffoshf Im Gladlls Zell- Sheila Workman: "Oh yes, how?" 9 9:9 Mr. Nugent: "I'm happy myself. Have a seat." Iean Smith: "He kicked his teeth out." 0:0 0:0 00 606 9:9 o 0:0 o 0:0 0 O 9 9:9 2 0:0 0:0 3 020 ' DIAMONDS 0 ft' MARTIN S GROCERY gg fa 0:0 o 9:0 o 0:0 o 0:0 0 ' O 9 '0' GROCERIES. MEATS. FRUITS 2 . 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Gambier st. 3 01, 0 Q Q 020 2 020 020 0 MCGREGOR SPORTS WEAR 020 O O O 020 0 020 03, 9 3 ARROW SHIRTS 3, 9 Q 0 020 2 VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES 020 020 I . 0 020 0,0 Open Friday Evenings 2 0,0 02. 2 120 S. Main Street 3. O O O 0:0 Phone EX 2-1896 Mgr. Mike Culleny g '20 020 Z MOUNT VERNON. OHIO 0:0 020 3 020 020 0049 649 66 020 020 Vacation is a time, they state Iuanita D.: "If all the exits were guarded how 029 20. To take a rest and recreate did the burglar get away?" 202 9 Why is it then, without a doubt, Gladys D.: "He went out the entrance." 2 920 It leaves us all so plumb worn out? M 9:9 020 i-'HW' Sandy: "Why are you driving so fast?" 9,9 32 Ieannie G. to the weatherman: "Better break it to Ioy: "My brakes won't work so 1 want to get 262 9 them gently. Iust say, Partly cloudy with where I'm going quick before I have an 2 029 scattered showers. followed by a hurricane." accident." 9,9 9:9 0049060 000 9:9 020 I 020 020 2 020 ,z, 2 To The Seniors of Danville ,z, '20 Compliments of Our Very Best Wishes '09 9 O 020 O 020 4' THE 3 "' 020 2 O20 ,:, 3 cozY RESTAURANT O O 020 2 020 .g. ALCOVE 3 AND GRILL 4. 020 Z 020 0 2 v 121 020 O , 020 2 020 020 2 Opposite Post Office 020 0 020 2 0:0 020 2 100 - 102 W. High Street 020 '3' M 1 v oh- 3 '3' . 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"I 0 0 Q "' Pl 1-r H r El 1 ' O "' 020 um mg - ea mg " ec HC Z See us for your paint needs. 020 020 2 020 020 E 020 020 4, 020 9:9 PHONE 1831 DANVILLE. OHIO 3 PHONE 2521 DANVILLE. OHIO 0:9 020 3 029 020 2 020 020 020 6. 20. 0 9:9 Iudge: "And why did you park your car there?" Definition: Souped-up Kiddie car -- TOTROD 22, 2 Sue G.: "The sign said, Fine for Parking." - - 2 202 - Mrs. Hurst: "Where is the paper plate I gave 'Q' gg. Marilyn B.:H"These shoes are too pointed and you with your pie?" Q, 0,0 narrow. Mr. Hurst: Paper P1ate????? I thought that was 2 0 Shoe Clerk: "But that's what they're wearing the crust." 20' Q.Q this season." ----1 ,Q I Marilyn B.: "Maybe so. But I'm still wearing last Mrs. Stimpert: "Take a bath today, Larry?" 2 0 0 2:2 season's feet." Larry: "No, Mom, I didn't. Is there one missing?" 202 .0. 2z2 020 020 020 020 020 020 .g. DANVILLE HARDWARE .g. 020 020 020 020 01. Phone 1292 A 0 0 020 020 020 DANVILLE. OHIO 020 020 020 020 020 I Armstrong General Hardware ' 020 020 02' Sherwin-Williams Stoves 020 020 , , 020 22, Pittsburgh Plate Plumbing QE. 'I' Paints and Brushes Electrical Supplies 020 020 F T 020 2:2 urnaces oys Oz. 020 020 020 020 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 z 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0,0 0.0 0.0 0,0 0.0 020 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0,0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0,0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 QOQ Page One Hundred Forty-six i 00000000000000000000000000000000000 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 020 2 020 020 Z 020 0 O 0 0,0 2 I 0,0 ,:, Compliments of 2 Compliments of ,z, 020 2 020 , o 0 0,0 O 0,0 , o 0 0,0 2 0,0 'Z' H d E1 0 D N HULL 'Z' ,., owar evator 0 ' ' ,., 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,0 O 0,0 020 2 020 '3' 3 SHELL GAS STATION '3' N 020 - O 020 0 o 0 020 Z 020 020 2 020 020 2 020 ,z, Howard. Ohio 2 Howard. 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Guy au er aug Q 0+ 020 2 020 0 o 0 0 0 n - ll "' 6: Sons O '2' 0.0 0 Dealer In Livestock '00 020 2 020 0 o 0 020 2 020 020 2 020 0 o 0 020 2 020 020 . . 2 020 2,2 Danville' Ohm O P1-1oNE zzsz DANVILLE, oH1o 20, 0 o 0 020 2 4 020 0 o 0 020 2 020 0:9 6, 202 Mrs. Harlett: "Well, come in and I'll give you a Bob S.: "All extremely bright men are con- 202 z meal. Are your feet dirty." ceited." 2 020 Tramp. 'yes' Mam. but Ifve got my shoes on." Bob P.: "Oh, come now, that isn't true. I'm not." 'z' 020 -c ,. l, T 0.0 202 Mr. Mavis: "l never knew what it was to kiss ggeilgglan' g RI dont linow' d,, Q02 : a girl until I met your mother. Will you be I pi I Cfffd ,tam no lgregfe ' 2 0,0 able to tell your son the same?" un.or' ,. on, Ienlem er' 9:9 2 , A H I , H Senior: I dont beheve that I can add to any- 2 QOQ Dxck M.. 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