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5' 11" Bill Neiderhouser does stand.
He plays a trombone in the high
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
Rose Finan with her knowledge,
Expects next year to be in college.
If you like a good time and want to
Look for our gal, Marilyn Banbury.
Linda Durbin with her action,
At our games adds attraction.
Iva McClain whose diamond shines
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-
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
For it's the best we two could do.
Sheila and Ieannie
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The Clarion '58
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
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
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
About Gretchen Mavis, it is con-
A real swell girl who deserves the
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
Our gal Elaine is hard to exceed.
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
Iudy Kreimes is this gal's name,
Someday we'll read where she's
Charles Treen a fine lad indeed,
Is a swell talker and oh. with what
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
After school. they'll motor far.
Bob Davis, a quiet lad indeed,
Will lend a hand where ever there's
Bob Ridgeway with all his pep,
Is real cool and sure is hep.
Dave Myer who is sometimes called
Has loads of fun, but snubs his
Harold Mickley. a husky chap,
Will have to grow some to beat his
If you see some smoke and hear loud
Iust bet it's a motorcycle and our
An ornery grin, a lad that is alert,
You bet your life, that's Larry Stim-
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The Clarion '58
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
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
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
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