Submitted by: dorsie on 12-11-08

Growing up, from the time I was a young child my Parents took us kids to church in Danville. We were Catholics and for as long as I can remember Danville has been a Catholic community, with a beautiful church which is located on the Southwest corner of the town. I have a picture of the church if anyone is interested. (Located in far eastern Harper [HP] County, Danville lies on the boundary between the flat wheat fields of Sumner County and the gentle red hills of Harper county. The town is defined by the standard Kansas institutions: railroad, grain elevator, and church. The Immaculate Conception church in Danville, built in 1904, is still beautifully maintained. The town was named for Danville, Ohio, the former home of some of the early settlers.)

Submitted by: laynalynn on 03-19-09

The guy who currently owns the library also owns a house down the road and down the road from his place as well...the house is huge....

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