Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1924
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Q Volume XVIII E
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TO THE CITIZENS OF
I MT. GILEAD SCHOOL DISTRICT
WHO HAVE SO NOBLY AND UNSELFISHLY
MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR
I FN MT. GILEAD TO HAVE THE
I ' S' lg' MAGNIEICENT SCHOOL BUILDING IT Now HAS Q
KJ WE, THE SENIOR CLASS M
OF NINETEEN TWENTY-FOUR
DO AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATE
THIS VOLUME OF
"THE QWIIZPAH U
P11 src Five
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F OREW ORD
ITI-IIN the pages of this bool: it has
been our endeavor to faithfully record
the events ofthe past year at Mt. Gil-
ead High and junior High School, as they oc-
curred. Through words and pictures it is our
desire to preserve the record of this chapter of
our school life, so that in after years this volume
may be kept as a tangible memory of our happy
school Clays. If we succeed in making more dur- , if-X'
able these pleasant experiences, we shall consider
that we have accomplished what we set out to do.
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'And I said, Ulf there's peave to be found in the world
A heart that was humble might hope for it here." '
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"VVl10 loves fair knowledge, enter and ascend
The quest leads upward."
Pu ge Ten
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The Olcl Covered Bridge
That old spot so dear to our heart
Where, in the rippling water the wary fish played,
The place where many a lad's mind strayed
lt stood in the roadway at the foot of a ridge
That sheltering nook the old covered bridge.
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High Srhool Song
Gilead High School youlre the one we love,
Gilead High your Hag is high above
Give three cheers for purple and the white
For they always stand for right.
Gilead High for you our best we'll try
Gilead High for you we'll do or die
In thought and deed, wherever we may be
VVe'll he true to the school of M. T. G.
Pn gre Eleven
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Gilead, and :ill Klorrou' County can bc justly proud of this niagnific
innnunwnt wilicli is the only one of its kind in thc United Stntvs.
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It was giwii to this Qountx' :ls :1 reward ior their IOYZII support ciuruw thc lite
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Mr. P. E. ARNOLD
Superrntendent of Scboolx
This being Mr. Arnolcl's first year as
Superintendent of Mt. Gilead Schools
makes the position a hard one. He
certainly has filled the position satis-
torily and we wish him much
success in future years.
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DR. Al. VV. VVoon
llere's to you lllrs. .leusen
VV. IC. AIILLER
lllrs. Jensen, the lady who is always
Are, when it comes to any thing that is
for the benefit of the hit. Gilead schools.
President of Board
This man can rightly take for himself :1
large share of the Credit for bringing to lllr.
Gilead the new sehool building.
VVe are :ill for you llr. lVood.
MRS Russia IC. -ll?NSI-IN
of President of the School Board when the
important question of the new school build
ing was being debated pro and con.
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lllr. llliller, the man who filled the ollice
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A. j. jfxoo
lXIr. Klcliilvluen being an olal hand :it the
1 7 lmnfiness, stepped right in and went ahead
l with the work. H111 llleliibben has
worked ever faithfully throughout the year.
DR. C. JENSEN
NVe wish you success lXIr. Alzigo.
Mix. VVi2ma lxIL'Kll1BIiN
Clerk of Board
'llhis is hlr. -Iensen's lirst yezir on the
Ile has on every occasion supported and
backed the school activities for which we
the Seniors wish to heartily thank him.
lfr. Amos Ingo, one of lllt. Gilezlclls
foremost citizens, is one who is in for zlny-
thing that is for the betterment of the
K iera? Q
Principal of lllt. Gilead High
lNIr. Burrell in the two years that he has
been with ns has proved himself a trusty
and valuable friend and a fine teacher as
well as a manly man.
"YVe'll win he gollies we'll win."
XV. I. IitiRRm.1.
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Miss lxya Gardner, lnstrnctor of Latin
and History, also acts as trallic cop in the
halls as we march.
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bhe has been with us ever since we
started in our Freshnien year. VVe the U
Seniors wish to express our sincere appreci-
ation of her assistance. ,
EVA GARDN ER
lllr. Xvilson came to ns this year as an
instructor of Science and Athletics Direc-
tor but during the year he has taught Eng-
lish, Connnercial Law, and taken even the
place of the Superintendent on an occasion
when R111 Arnold was away. lXIr. VVilson
has in a single year made a friend of every-
body in school.
VV. YV. VVn,soN
ljill-11' Illiulllem-ll l
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This was lllr. VVagners first year in our
school. He has very capably held up his
end of the faculty job. lllr. VVagner was
4 i instructor of Agriculture and lllanual
lraining. Good Luck, lNIr. YVagner. -
lyliss lfstelle Ashwcll, inst1'uctor of ling-
lish. She has always been on the job with
a smile and ready to assist any one desiring
information in English.
llliss Ashwell has probably filled one of
the Inost important positions on the faculty
and we in parting wish her success and
Hoy VV. VVAGN ER
This is Kliss lllcCormickls first year with
us, and we like her fine. She is teaching
our future "side kicks" how to cook. lkliss
llleforniiek is a hard worker hut is always
ready for a good tinie. '
XVC wish you luck llliss lxICCOI'l1llL'lC
not only in making good cooks out of the
girls, but for yourself.
AN NA 14 ifss MCCORMICK
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X 2 he'1r th'1t just to please some of her pupils
unior High Faculty
lXIr. HllllL'l3l'Zll1Ll, principal of the -lunior
High School, has been with us only El few
months. ln the short time that he has
been with us we feel, as every one else feels,
that he has done wonclers for the junior
VVe wish you suceess lllr. Hilalehrzlncl.
S. cil'Y HIi.I1i2i:k,AxNo
V Bliss Klozier, il grzuluzlte of RI. ll. S. in
I9 the elziss of US, has been El very successful
instructor in the ,lunior High School. XVe
L-11 she had her hair hohbed, and l'in telling:
you straight, she ilon't look haul.
llert-'s to you hliss hlozierl
BIT. Znlzulf, tezwher in the .lunior High,
was El grzuluzite of hlt. G. H. S. in the class
of 121. Although lfeing with us only il
year he has proven himself ll very etheient
instructor. He is il good sport outside the
sehool room :uid he takes il great delight in
holding M,liK'2lL'l1l'l'SH meetings after selmul.
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Miss Seitz. has charge of physical
mlucatiou, music zuul art of thc grades zuul
P xluuior High.
I9 She has been highly praised for her suv
44 ct-ss with the school orchestra considering
LJ this is her first year. VVc wish her as
much success in the future.
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has hcl' hziir hohbcd too. But that's :ill
right Rlrs. Chzuidlcr we :uc for you.
RUTH E. SEITZ
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Klrs. Chzuuilcr fNcllic Powcllj, Zl grad-
uzitt- ut Kft. Cr. H 5. ru thu class of 16, is
21 wry cHicivi1t instructor. llrs. Chandler
is well likcd. And :mother thinggshc
iff 2 A
CHARLEY APT AND BART IQIDYVELL
WVe feel that our Annual would not be complete if we had closed it without en-
tering a few words and the photos of about the two biggest nien in the school.
Charlie and Hart are two of the best sports that we have a1'ound the building.
on the side.
They are always in for a little fun
of liart, we feel that he is there by the heat that he
Although we don't see much
shoots up at us once in a while.
Charlie is always "Hikin" around here and there, looking for broken windows,
boys with muddy feet and paper on the floor. He even has threatened to quit us Hat if
we were not cleaner. But, we know you don't mean it Charlie.
Charlie and Bart, we wish you all the luck in the world.
l':1:.:'e Twenty-two Y
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Neil has as many fricmls :ls any llllllVlllll2ll in high school. llc was
:L hclping llillll.
lllvntzilly, morally :mil spiritually, Neil could not he Slll'P2lSSCll. Hu
was always up in his stlulivs. llc had a kccn miml which graspccl zulytliing
NV1' :irc only too glzul to hc :llvlu to nlccliczltc this page to one of the bcsr
ll'lL'llklS and schoolmates that cvcl' lived.
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om- who was :ulmircd :mil liked by ull and was willing at any time to lcml 424i
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The Senior Class History
One bright morning in Autumn, the school bell rang out inviting all to come and
rearn, come and learn. Among those who answered the summons were about Hfty odd
individuals who had decided to take lodging in the halls of learning of hit. Gilead
Being known as 'fl"reshmen" we were welcomed by the inevitable hoots and yells
and were ushered to the front seats. The upper classmen soon learned to respect the
"lfreshies'l for appearances are sometimes deceitful.
After becoming acquainted with our surroundings, we settled down and almost
before we knew it, mid-year exams were upon us. lwany of our members did not
expect to survive this ordeal but were agreeably disappointed and lived to repeat the
ixperience the latter part of lllay.
After the summer vacation twenty-six of the original fifty came back as Sopho-
mores. Several of our class showed up well in athletics in this year.
In our -lunior year we we1'e conside1'ed one of the most active and good natured
classes of the high school. XVe entertained the Seniors at a Banquet on April 20th,
1923. Our class was the originator of the K'-luniorl' which has been successfully pub-
lished this year by the class of ,25.
'lhis last year several new members joined our happy band and we now number
thirty-four. Thus the years have passed. Now that the end is here we look back and
smile, happy that we have completed our high school career, although regretful that
our high school days are gone forever, and that we have left the halls of lNfIt. Gilead
High never to return.
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I 'al ge Twenty'-seven
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P21 git twe
"lla that hath II beard is more thrfn fl
rind he that hath no beard is less than n
Football C15 C25 C35 C45, Baseball llflgr.
C45, lNfIt. Gilead High Syncopaters C45,
Clionian Society C25 C35 C45, Editor-iw
Chief Junior C35, Editor-in-Chief lVIizpah
C45, Male Quartet C45, Class Play C45.
Hfllmrurezl by irzflzex she is not 'wry lull.
Hut in good frirnrlship she comes up Io
Basketball C25 C35 C45, Pl1llG1l121tl1C2lIl C25
C35 C45, Athletic Ass'n C35 C45, Girls'
Athletic Editor lylizpah
"The rf'-zcvlrd of II thing -well done,
Is Io lmw done it."
Track C15 C25 C35 C45, Philomathean
C25 C35 C45, V. President C45, Class Play
C45, Business Maiiager Mizlmah C45, Ath-
letic Assin C35 C45, Junior Staff C35.
HELEN H ETRICK
"JH the new .vtylex I rlaim.
Else' 1' hmm li-zfwl my life in twain."
Clionian C25 C35 C45. Athletic Ass'n C35
C45, Glee Club C35. Class Play C45,
junior Staff C35.
"Better to .TIIIOCE lmre.
Thnn here after."
Football CI5, Track C25 C35 C45, Clio-
nian Society C25 C35 C45 'Class Play C45,
Nlale Quartet C45, Mt. Gilead High
Syncopaters C45, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
lwizpah C45, joke Editor lylizpah C45. 4
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"Genius is ll fllatfer of -bI'l'A'I'17l'7'lI7lI'!?,
Football 111 131 141, Mg1'. 141, Basket-
ball 121 131, Track 121 131, Baseball
Nlgr. 131, Clionian Society 131 141, Ath-
letic ASSYII 141, Adv. lVIHllIlgCI' of Nfiz-
pah 141, Class Play 141.
"xl quiet flisjmsitioll.
,lnrl the limlest of lzmrtf'
131 141, Athletic Ass'n 141, Class Play
Glee Club 111 121, Philomatheans 121
141, Mizpah Staff 141.
"He ne-ver flanked. Ile nrwr lied,
l 7'!'l'l'071 he newer lvzfzc- limo."
Philomatbeans 121 131 141, Class Poet.
Athletic Ass'n 121 131 141, Class Play
141, Nlizpab Staff.
Iii IZARIETH NICHOLS
"Thr lmzzzl Ilmt lllllll llllllll' you fair,
llzzfh nmflr you good."
Philomatbean 141, Athletic Ass'n, Class
Play 141, Signum Staff 141, Class Basket-
X7.-NITGHN HL'I,I. A
"Franz the t'l'0'U'7I of his head to the soles
of his fwi, Ile is all mirllzf'
Clionians 121 131 141, Football 131 141,
Class Play 141, Arliletic Ass'n 131 141,
Nlizpali Staff 141.
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age Th irty
"Oh that learning, Wllllf ll thing if is."'
Clionian Society C25 C35 C45, Athletic
Ass'n C45, Class Play C45, Art Editor of
Rlizpah, Junior Staff.
"l'ler very froivns are fairer far,
Than smiles of other maidens."
Philomathean Society C25 C35 C45, Sig-
num Staff C35 C45, Athletic Ass'n C45,
Class Play C45.
"I lmfue the jewel of zz mrzideniv heart."
Baseball CI5 C25 C35 C45, Philomatheans
C25 C35 C45, Class Play C45, Athletic
Ass'n C45, junior Staff C35, Football C35.
Male Quartette C45, Mizpah Staff C45.
"fl nzaiden that lows fo slllilef'
Glee Club C15 C25 C35, Philomatheans
C25, Clionians C35 C45, Class Play C45,
Athletic Ass'n C45, Class Basketball C45.
"I am not in the roll of ronzmon men."
Football C25 C35 C45, Basketball C25 C35
C45, Baseball C45, Clionians C25 C35 C45,
Class Play C45, Mizgvah Staff C45, junior
' Mli5AH 2
"Tim 1l'0l'Ill'5 grmf 111111 Illlifl' not in
zfwry wise befn great s1'l1oI11rs."
Clionians C25 C33 C4j, Athletic Ass'n,
Baseball C25 C31 CM, Capt. CQ, Class
Play CLD, Junior' Staff Cfij, Basketball
"J 'IUUFCIIIIIII ix L7l0'IL'Il by his '1l'o1',C'."
Philomatheans C2l C35 CQ, Athletic
Ass'n, Class Play CH.
I1AROl.lJ ST. CLMR
"I mztvy no 1111171 that hmtvs IIIOIY7 1111111 1.
Bu! I pity him 'zulm AHOYUS favs."
Athletic ASS,I1 C+H, Track Cl, Clio-
nians CU, Class Play
"W'i11m1111', Cuff, 111111 D11j111111111bl1'."
Athletic Ass'n C4.l, Class Basketball CM,
Philomarhcans CQ, Class Play C4l, Dc-
bating CU, lVIizpah Staff C41
4111111717-V 11111 I,
From lkllff' I H111 fret."
Clionians C25 C35 CH, Class Sec. and
Trcas. CQD, Basketball and Track lllgr.
CQ, Class Play CU, Athletic Ass'n CQ,
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HARLIQY EACH m,n1cR
"lla ix 0111' 70110 l'l1U7l'.K' IIIOIY' fllllll lu'
Philmnatht-ans C45, Athletic Ass'n C45.
Class Play 145, Baseball K45.
"If he hm' any f1111lf.v 111' has left ns ll!
JI least in four ymrs we 11111111 not find
Athletic Ass'n C45, Orchestra C35 K45.
Clionian C25 C35 C45, Junior Staff K35.
Class Play Q45.
"ff 11111111111 bright, fzvilly. 111111 flllifl' of
Clionians Q25 135 C45,Atl1lcticAss'n 145.
"il 1111111! I1 bright truf 1111111 l1o7c'r11rr,
W"11o'.v ,work z1'11x zcorilzy ll .Il1IIfI,X
Clionians C25 C35 f.,L5, Athletic Ass'n C+5,
Class Play C45.
k, T Qmligal-sigh
Clionians Q25 C35 C45, Class Play K45,
Athletic Ass'n C45, Track C45, junior
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CH 1ssTraR Smicizk
"Br .vilwzl and safe.
Silcmv' nrwr brtrrzys you."
Philomathcfms 145, Athletic Ass'n 145,
M u1G.'xR1s'1' NVIELANU
"SIM talks lmrd but .vluzlirs lmr1lz'r."
Glcc Club 115 125 135, Sec. and Treas.
135, Clionian 135 145, Class Play 145,
Athletic Ass'n 1-45, junior Staff 135, Sig-
num Staff 145.
Hlfho llIiX!'Il rmson with f71c"IIA'lH't' and
ivisdouz with mirth."
Class Sec. and Treas. 115, Glen Club 115
125 135, Philomatheans 125, Clionians
135 145, Sec. 145, lVIizpah 145, Athletic
Ass'n 145, Class Play 145, Basketball
"Opportunity will ffm! you if your vycxt
are 'lUillF open."
Athletic Ass'n 145, Class Play 145, Clio-
uian 125 135
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Senior Class Poem
The Senior class of twenty four
VVill labor in that long loved school no more
VVhich acts as a harbor for the mind and soul
Twas there we achieved our task, we set our
Of the thirty three members in the class
Each desire and ambition I must not pass
So Illl give each a stanza of equal sum
As they in the alphabet come.
Ralph Aldo has something to say
And with his tongue he will win his way
VVith wonderful zeal and fiery orations
He will make people listen and even the
Gale Bachelder we cannot pity
He wants to marry a girl from the city
lint never the less he'll reach a high plane
For he will do all the work with his brain.
llarley Bachelder is not to blame,
It's that little town from where he came
Some day he'll own a very large ranch
And do things scientifically in every branch.
Mary Barler a quiet young miss
Shall sometime be tangled up in a bliss
Of her ambition I never learned
But a buggy ride she has never spurned.
Robert lieilhart the shiek of Morrow County
VViIl have no trouble in getting his bounty
And in the long worldls struggle
lIe'll win his place without any trouble.
john Caris shall be a newspaper man .
His paper will be read all over the land
john in his nifty little Chevrolet
Makes all the girls look his way.
Evelyn Clapper desire is one
She wants to live in Edison
Into a thing she never had to be lead
And for that reason she has nothing to dread.
Mildred Crock a teacher will be
She probably will teach Latin across the sea
If with that friendly smile she don't fall
And answer some young fellow's call.
Ralph Fowble, Betty's future fiancier
Of whom the world some day will hear,
XVith his fine appearance and manly way
In the business field he will have the say.
lmao 'I'hirt5' Four
Edna Hartpence the girl with a smile
l7oesn't know how to frown not once in ll
Edna will live in a palace on a large estate
All contented with her little mate.
llelen Hetrick with those luring eyes
Causes many a boy to sigh,
She will reach the height of a great musician
And play the world to sleep under any
not backward at all
miss he is sure to fall,
I do not know
a good man in a ininstrel
Vaughn Hull is
To some young
Of his ambition
But he'll make
Herbert Inscho the young Lochinvar
Goes with the girls here and afar,
VVith his experience and ability to think
VVill take the place of a needed link.
Oliver Kerr of the studious rank
Shall be the Pres. of a large bank
VVhether he is mischievous or not
He is one who can form a plot.
Arthur Kidwell without any trouble or
Shall attain the position of Gen. Pershing
Of all the tactics and weapons he will use
lt's cnpids arrow I am afraid he'll abuse.
Elizabeth McAnall has done her part
She has already captured a Senior boy's heart
Her position you will adore
For she and Ralph will run a Department
Oscar McAnall makes the girls stare
VVith his rosy cheeks and sleek black hair
The price of our honor we all must pay'
And Oscar is one who will not fall by the
Elizabeth Nichols who came from the won-
derful city fliultonb
NVhere all people dwell even the witty
Elizabeth the possessor of superior knowledge
VVithout a doubt will be Pres. of a college.
Earl Pinyerd the one we admire
Shall make the world dance to the tlllle of
He is striving as all honest and noble men
To find a substance to check the growth of
his beard so he won't have to shave.
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Senior Class Poem, Continued
Roger Ruhl has his lesson most every day
And still has time for a little play
Yet starting as a ticket collector
ln a very short time will he a movie director.
Harold St. Clair, now girls just listen
He wears glasses and has a car that just
llis desire or ambition seems to be a mystery
Though in time it cannot help but appear in
Robert Sautters at whom you all stare
VVill run a large farm from his easy chair
VVith all its troubles, toil and care
At the age of ninety he won't have a grey
Mary Smith charms all whom she meets
In her graceful way everyone she will greet
Mary has the beauty, courage and power
To be if she desires a movie star.
Ilelen Smith, the senior of fame
XVithout a bit of doubt will change her name
She can write notes to Kenny and still make
That is a lot more than most of us can say.
Ruth Smith never lets her work get in a pile
Into her life's work she'll go with a smile
Like most girls she'll be caught by cupid's
Or else to some fellow she will cause sorrow.
Lyle Snyder can picture heauty's creation
In the field of 21I't he will have a great
Ile has been out among 'em you can tell at
For on some mornings he don't look as well as
Chester Staiger around the girls if a fright
The way he makes them blush and laugh is a
Of Clieste-r's ambition I have nothing to fear
He will be a scientist or an engineer.
Chauncey Terry the young Valentino with the
Harold- Lloyd glasses
Can have his pick of the village lasses
Chauncey over his work will pore
Until he will own a large drug store.
Alice Teeple will make dainties all men adore
She will be a domestic science instructor
A maiden who is calm and don't fly to pieces
If sometimes she's called on to do the dishes.
Mildred NVhitney of whom all the boys hearts
VVith the thought and face of this beautiful
The Mary Pickford of the coming age
VVho's pictures appears in the magazine page.
Margaret VVeiland the one who can talk
And with the boys she delights to walk
Margaret who is brilliant in Latin
For a new language will secure a patent.
Kenneth VVilson where he may go
VVill be hailed as the young C'aruso
Ilis one ambition and nothing more
To be a partner in lsmithl jewelry store.
In the future the great people from shore to
VVill come from the senior class of twenty
And I shall try to keep the pace
For you see I'll hold the poet place.
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-I UNIOR CLASS HISTORY
Vllis a real task to compile an accurate and deserving history of such an illustrious
class as ours. As we are and always have been repres'ented along scholastic, athletic,
and social lines so well and ably in our three years of high school life, that we have de-
cided to make this little account our years' doings, as the saying goes "short but
sweet." ln the athletic fields we have been "all powerful," in fact we we are proud
to say that the '24 football captain, Nliles Shipman, is one of our worthy pillars. ln
basketball "Cocky" Clark's name heads the list of high point man and in baseball the
"Dumbaugh Brothers" are outstanding figures. Along scholastic lines our 'zlunioru
paper won us a place of distinction in the literary world, while the editors of many
departments of the Signum, our Latin paper, are members of our class.
XVe have accomplished "the seemingly impossible" and put across the only junior
class play that has ever been presented in the history of hlt. G. H. S. and then to add
to our glory the -lunior-Senior Banquet proved to be a social milestone in our career,
"something a little different," was our cry and we believe we made this assertion good.
MARY ELLEN jAoo, President.
DIARY x7AL'GI-iN, Vice-President.
C1,,fiR12NcE DL1M1z.fxL'Gu, Sec'y and Treasurer.
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SOPHOMORIC CLASS HISTORY .
The Class of '26 started its Freshman year with SQ students enrolled and at the
beginning of the present year numbered 4.8.
This class has been very active in High School activities both in athletics and in
regular school work.
In athletics this class has been represented in every sport, having no less than 6
varsity men in its first year, and in its second year practically every hoy in the class was
a member of some team. The Sophomore boys' basketball team this year very de-
cisively won the interelass tournament, the first of its kind to he held in the school.
'llhe girls' also performed very ereditably, being runners up in the same tournament.
The Sophomores also rank among the foremost in the everyday work and social
activities of the high school. You cannot help noticing the pep of the students as they
gather to support their class team or to cheer for the varsity.
Altogether the class as a whole has shown wonderful enthusiasm and has so far
very creditahly lived up to its motto, "No reward without eH'o1't.l'
. Mlskwix Biusesu, President.
DoR.o'rHy SeoTT, Vice-President.
l':l.SIE RULE, Secretary ai-d Treasurer.
Class colors: Scarlet and Grey.
lNIotto: "No reward without elfortfl
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FRIQSHMEN CLASS HISTORY
Une September morning we assembled in the junior High School Building.
'l hings went along smoothly for a month till the Senior High started then we poor
lfreshmen received what was coming to us.
'llhere were sixty-two of us during the first part of the year but later three of our
number left ns. On April 24, we came hack to get our grade cards. Next year we
hope to he in the Senior High School.
JANET Gixvurueic, President.
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ICIGHTH GRADIC CLASS HISTORY
Our class, the class of '28, started in the first grade with Bliss VVilson as our
teaclier. VVC progressed slowly through the grades conquering many hard problems.
XVhen we were in the fifth grade our school was centralized and many new pupils
fioni the country entered our flass. XVQ- had IlllllllUt'l'x'Kl twenty-eight and the new ad-
dition made us forty-three,
Froni this time forward we :ulvaneed rapidly. ln the seventh grade we had for a
teacher lllrs. Hartpencc. lllueh to our regret we were termed the worst class in the
ln the year of our l,ortl H124 we entered the -lunior High as a poppy young class.
Ar this date john George and Bee Stevens joined our ranks.
'l'wo of our boys and two of our girls niade the -Iunior High basketball team, of
this we are exceedingly proud.
'l'his ends the sad but prosperous uaim-ei' of this class as graders.
ROIET. linux, President.
li.XRlR.XRfX O1.os, Secretary and Treasurer.
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'l'his is one of the best classes in .Iunior High when it comes to "pen" 'lihis class
has also contributed numbers to Athletics, Orchestra and other activities. VVC know
that this class will always come up to the standard with a good margin above. VVatch
our smoke as eighth graders next year, and so until we are seniors, when with the aid of
the facility we shall run the school.
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SMITH H UGHFS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
The lNIt. Gilead High School is fortunate in having vocational agriculture of-
ferred for the first time this year. This being the only department in the county, a
four-year course in agriculture is given to those who desire the work. The purpose in
this course is two-fold.
'The first purpose is to have the student get the scientific basis of farming, to be-
come acquainted with correct methods of farm management and to develop apprecia-
tion of farm life.
The second purpose is to give the student actual farming practice which is ac-
complished by field trips and the completion of a home project. The department has
an enrollment of twenty-five boys which, we are glad to say, is above the average for
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Morrow County Normal School
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lf. lf. R.-XY, Coznzfj' Sz1fw1'i11fr'r1flw1f
Ar the County Normal School
Une may see, on notice taking,
A process, tzicinziting quite.
Fourteen teachers in the nmking.
Practice teaching, 0lWhCl'V1lfl0ll,
Projects, methods, vzirietl rule:
lwusic, Art and Nature Study-
VVhzit tlou't they have :it Normal school.
Hou' they tlrill them and instruct theml
Hou' they train them every clay!
As to how to teach their pupils
ln Il psychological,
To lllrs. ,Al'I'Cl' the instructor
And Superintendent Klr. Ray
They owe their unimpcclccl progress
From Septemher until llziy.
Antl the finest part about it
ls that what each student knows
Ile'll be passing on to others
lhus the good work grows :incl grows.
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XV. NV. XVILSUN
For a nuniltei' of years lllt. Gilead High has been taking part in athletics, but
ifter each season was over and we had summed up the games won and lost We invar-
ably found the lost column the greater.
'lhis year we are exceedingly happy to say that lwt. Gilead has had a winning
vain in each branch of athletics. VVC are all well satisfied with the seasonls outeonie.
For this great change and for the spirit of these teams we, the student body in
general, wish to thank this unsellish and manls' man.
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Wearers of the "Mn
lylenibership in the 'lllffl' Association is accorded only to those who have ennul
the right to wear rh
The "NI" Association is an organization which several of the nienibers ot thc
Athletic Association are trying to organize.
Ar the end of each year, after the initiation of the candidates there will bt 'ln
The Alumni "lN'I's', will be invited each year.
NVe hope that the charter niembers of the "INT, Association in the future null
all be boosters, and n
wake the "NI
Reilhart, R obt., Capt.
Lee, .I runes
lfowble, Ralph, Capt.
lXIcAnall, Oscar, llgr.
" banquet one of the bigges
t events of the year
1J1'l'.Vil,!'lIf .... .. ROBERT BEILHART
I'iff'-lJI'I'A'il1t'I1f . . RALPH Fowiau:
Sl'1'I't'f!lI'V1' .... .... IN 'Ii-'XRY SMITH
'l'rw1.v1n-n- . . . . H.-XRRX' HEILHART
'llhis most important organization was originatecl toni' years ago by lllt. VV. U.
filoorv and thc' Class of "2O".
YVC, tht- present sc-nioi' class. in thc past four years have had a rather singular
opportiinitjf ot viewing the results of an association, well organized and running on
a co-opcrative basis.
if N, VVS wish to give this abovu body ot ollicers crcdit for gaining new basketball and
football nnitornis the past svason.
properly carricml on in thc' ye-ars to conic.
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if ' Ox.
E1.m NOR RAKES
" Clzeer Leader"
A eheer leader has much more to d h
. 0 tan to lead a "Yea hit. Gilead" and a
"'l'eam 'lleam " at a football game. The duties of this person consists of
long hours of work, spent in planning "pep" meetings, talking up the games and other
unpleasant jobs. It consists of even more than that. She is responsible for keeping
the spirit of the student body at a high point throughout the entire year.
However, her task as cheer leader was lessened by the magnificent way in whieh
she aided in the bringing of victory to the High School by her playing.
The cheer leaders' job is a task for a real leader. She must yell when the wholt
crowd is silent and discouraged, and we hand it to "l3akesy" for the " ' ' 1 ' - '
may she .uquitted
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Football 192 3-24
Due to the fact that the high school started one month late, the football schedule
was not completely filled Ollt Pllltl only eight games were played. Of this number
four were wong one tied and the other three lost.
'lihe first game of the seaso11 was played at Ashley, resulting in a victory 2140.
'l'wo touchdowns were made the first half and one the last half.
'lihe next game was with Centerburg. l11 this game tl1e team had a little more
opposition than in the first game. Centerburg threatened to score several times, but
were not able to do so. lllt. Gilead crossed the li11e twice.
'lihe team journeyed to Fredricktown for the third game of the season. Gilead
seemed to suffer a reverse of form, and let the opposing team score twice in tl1e first
half. In the last half we came back and scored two touchdowns but were unable to
keep l"redericktown from scoring the third.
'l'he next week hlansfield Seconds came to hh. Gilead, accompanied by a
large crowd of rooters. lylt. Gilead still smarting from the Fredericktown defeat
was out for a scalp. hlansfield scored on a fumble. hlt. Gilead was able to score
almost at will, making six touchdowns.
The following week Crestline confident from their victory of last year came with
great hopes of repeating, but the lXIt. Gilead team was going strong and scored four
times, not allowing Crestline to approach the goal.
'llhe llCXt game was with Galion. llt. Gilead let them score three touchdowns
the first half, then after a talk from Coach VVilson, came back the last half and
held them scoreless, while themselves opening up an aerial attack, were able to score
The next game was played at Richwood. This was the hardest fought game of
the season. hlt. Gilead was held for downs several times within their five-yard li11e.
Richwood penetrated the twenty-yard zone twice and crossed the ten-yard line once.
For the final game of the season on Thanksgiving day lylt. Gilead journeyed to
Blillersburg. lt had rained all day and the mud on the field was nearly ankle deep.
llt. Gilead not equipped for such a field was unable to stop lklillersburg and during
the first half they sco1'ed four touchdowns. In the last half hit. Gilead came back
with a determination to fight and held them to one touchdown. lfuckmaster opened
up with his aerial attack and 011 a long pass, Buckmaster to Lee, brought the ball
near the goal, then a pass, liuekmaster to lireese, resulted in a touchdown.
At the Football Banquet fourteen players and manager were awarded letters.
'liwo received numerals. lXIiles Shipman was chosen as captain for next year. Four
of the team graduates this year b11t there is plenty of material and the prospects for thc
best team that hlt. Gilead has ever produced, are very bright.
hlt. Gilead, 21 q Ashley, O.
hlt. Gilead, 122 Centerburg o.
illt. Gilead, I2Q Fredericktown, 18.
lllt. Gilead, 39g lllansfield, 7.
llt. Gilead, Zfilg Crestline o.
Alt. Gilead, 65 Cialion, 18.
hlt. Gilead, og Richwood, O.
hlt. Gilead, 63 hlillersburg, 33.
'l'otal--lllt. Gilead, 1225 Opponents, 76.
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FIRST Row: Paul liuckmaster, George Clark, Earl Pinycrd, Robt. Beilhart, lllilcs
Shipman, lllerwin lirccse, lohn Caris.
SECOND Row: Arthur liidwell, Ronald Faro, Harry Bcilhart, Clarence Dlllllbilllgll,
Grant Wlcst, Coach lVilson. Y t
'foil Row: Vaughn Hull, Dwight Jensen, blames Lee, Louis Osborn.
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ROBERT BEILHART, Capt.
A smashing, fighting' tackle,
particularly strong' on de-
fense, consistently kniflngr
through the interference and
downing the runner. An ideal
Captain who led by example.
- JOHN CARIS
About this stocky youth was
built the major portion of
the team's running attack.
All he asked was help to the
scrimmage line. His broken
field running was a delight
Strong man of the squad.
Developed into a capable
center, particularly strong'
in the offense, steadying' the
backfield by accurate pass-
A hard working, capable
manager and a dependable
player. On account of an old
injury. only played a few
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The lightest man on
the squad played
guard and tackle,
"fought at the drop
of a hat". Unluckily
for the High School
he is a Senior.
A speedy. shifty end
who fought like a
demon Without los-
ing' his famous
When a lineman, af-
ter goings through,
turns and overtakes
a backfield runner
he is good. West did
this so consistently
that it ceased to at-
tract attention. A
fit running mate for
sen passing' combin-
ation Work well.
Equally strong' on
defense and offense.
S h i p m a n should
prove among' the
strongest pair of
ends in this part of
the state next year.
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l':u ge Fi tty- ff
A true "tripple threat" man
whose running passes were ll
delight to see. Buck was
"slowed down" but the ne-
cessity of his playing quar-
ter. We hope to see him
playing half next year.
Very seldom did he carry
the hall but he lfore the
brunt, interfering' "some
achieved g.5'reatness", some
not. Fate belongs to the lat-
ter, yet we detract nothing'
from the rest when We say
he was largely responsible
for many long' runs while he
went unnoticed. Watch this
boy next year.
One team referred to him as
the "ZOO lb. Fullbacku. An
ideal fullback heavy enough
to smash the line yet one of
the most consistent end rvn-
ners on the squad.
Outweifzhed by ten to fifty
pounds in every game, he
was consistently in the play
and accounted for more than
his share of tackles, "a
lightin' fool." Watch him
A great end, a good guard,
a fair tackle and center,
with Hull forming the
"shocktroops." On accountof
his versatility and not thru
lack of ability had no regu-
lar berth yet played half or
more of every game.
The only Freshman on the
squad. The spirit of this
"frail youth" is shown in his
remark, "I'll try for the
tiearn next year and if I
don't make it I,ll have two
A dependable player. Here
was found no "theatricals",
but conscientious patient,
plugging: A potential star
A good end. Puzzle for next
year: Shipman. Jensen, Clark
and Lee, ends.
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VVith the defeat of the Cardington Independent team, county champions of 1922.
on April oth, the bit. Gilead High School Basketball Team closed the hardest
schedule attempted in the three years of basketball played in that institution. Of the
2.4. games played against the hardest kind of competition the locals emerged victorious
in IS games. Of the nine defeats three were inflicted on the local floor, one by the
Alumni, one by liellpoint, one by Bucyrus. The Alumni team composed of older and
more experienced players, included a member of the Freshmen basketball team of Ohio
State, who was responsible for nearly all the points, eighteen in fact. It was played
during the absence of the coach and one of the regular players. liellpoint won the
Class li Championship of Ohio this year, while Bucyrus was undoubtedly the best
Class A team in this section of the state. The locals also suffered a defeat at the
hands of lllansfield, a Class A school. However, two overtime periods were required
to accomplish this. St. lllarys of Nlarion, a Class A school, was defeated on the
local floor. St. lllaryls, since that time, held Lancaster 0-6 and defeated Delaware
Bellpoint was the only team which
defeats being for the most part by small
games in a row, two to Bellpoint, one to
ably should have won. Then they came back and won five straights, lost the "notor-
ious" one to Centerburg, at the Delaware Tournament and won four straights. VVith
regards to the Centerburg game it was the third one played by the locals in nine hours.
The team loses by graduation this year, Captain Fowble, guard and forwardg john
Caris, guardg "Bob" Beilhart, sub. guard, and Hull from the second string. Fifteen
men were carried on the squad thruout the season and it is hoped these vacancies will
be ably filled. Also the interclass basketball furnished valuable training for some
ran up a large score on the locals, the other
sco1'es. ln mid-season, the team dropped six
llilansfield and three others which they prob-
llt. Gilead 27, Centerburg 16: lylt. Gilead 14, Alumni 221 lit. Gilead 29,
Richwood 155 lVIt. Gilead 9, liucyrus 22, lllt. Gilead 28, St. blarys 275 lllt. Gilead
22, Fredericktown 18, blt. Gilead 27, Centerburg 173 lllt. Gilead 12, Bellpoint 36:
lllt. Gilead 21, Ashley 305 lXIt. Gilead 25, Crestline 303 lllt. Gilead 21, lllansfield
25, lvlt. Gilead 21, llellpoint 303 lllt. Gilead 20, lfredericktown 25, hit. Gilead 18,
Iberia 2, lllt. Gilead 27, Sparta I2j Kit. Gilead 16, Cardington 14, hilt. Gilead 17,
lirownsville 1.1.5 lllt. Gilead 15, lllagnctic Springs 12, lllt. Gilead 17, Centerburg 10:
fvlt. Gilead 39, Crestline 17, lllt. Gilead 32, Upper Sandusky 145 lllt. Gilead 17,
lfdison, Ind. 14, lllt. Gilead 47, Edison, Ind. 225 bit. Gilead 34, Cardington lndc
pendents 11. Total-ll'It. Gilead 555. Opponents 4.60.
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Playing his third and last
season for "school" "Cy" was
handicapped through poor
condition, and injuries..
Proved a capable Captain
and was willing to give all
for the team.
CARIS, fSr.J Guard
Opponents may have looked
with contempt at this "wee"
youth - before the game,
never after. There were no
bad games on his record.
BUCKMASTER, fSoph.J For-
"A purple and White
streak". Fast. clever, devel-
oped probably more than any
other man on the team.
A Wizard on difficult shots
from the side.
CLARK, CJr.j Forward
Kept off the team in early
season because of failure to
get in condition, he Worked
hard and developed into a
capable dependable forward,
by far the best short shot
on the team, and one of the
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Beginning' the season
as forward he was
shifted to guard to get
the ball off the back-
lioard. Playing' "Stand-
ing' guard" he com-
pletely refuted the
theory of taking one
man out of the offense,
by playing a great
guarding game and fin-
ishing' third in scoring.
SHIZPMAN, fJr.J Sub.
A good long shot and
should prove a strong
man on the squad next
year, Points- 4.
JENSEN, fSoph.J Cen-
A large share of the
credit goes to this
rangy lad. He control-
led the tip-off against
practically every op-
ponent, tied for high
point scorer, and was
a "bear" on defense.
trying: Points .-135.
Got into only a few
games. His first year
in basketball. With an-
other year would be a
star but unluckily for
Mt. Gilead there aren't
any more, Points- ll.
At the close of the interclass season, in which the Junior boys took the champion-
ship ot the school, an interclass tournament was held in which 'varsity players werc
The preliminaries of the interclass tournament were played VVednesday evening.
the finals on Thursday 11ight. ln the drawing the Junior girls we1'e matched with tht
l"reshmen, while the Sophomores drew the Seniors. The -lunior boys likewise dren
the lfreshmen, while the Sophomores were matched with the Senio1's. ln the first
round the .Iuniors, with practically the complete varsity team, held the lfreshmen
scoreless from the field, while they were running up a score of nine points. The hnal
score being 9 to 2. In the second game the Sophomore boys proved their superiority
by defeating the fast Senior team by a decisive score, 18 to fi. The third game was
won by the speedy Sophomore girls who defeated the Seniors 6 to 0, thus assuring both
Sophomore teams a chance in the finals. The -luniors had a hard time nosing out the
l"resh1nen in the fourth Hllll last game of the day, "VVhitey', xlensen was running wild
and made eight ot the thirteen points made in the Hrst half. The score at halt time
was I3-lj. Had it not been for the fact that Clark was loose time after time under
the basket, the Freshmen would very probably have been in the finals. ln this game
the younger l'il'CSl1lUCIl drew much applause for their speedy and accurate passing,
their worst weakness being their shooting.
The first game to be played on Thursday night was the consolation game between
the Seniors and the Freshmen, the Seniors winning by a score of 13 to 12. In this
game, as in their first appearance, the Freshmen worked very nicely, tlensen, Thompson
and Zolman playing in a very good manner. The .Iunior girls won the second game
and the championship by defeating the Sophomores, 9-3. The Sophomores greatly
missed their star gua1'd, lXIabel Ray, and seemed lack in pep which they exhibited in
their XVednesday's appearance.
ln the final game of the tournament the Sophomores decisively defeated the fast
-Iunior team 20-Q, Clark being held to one lone basket. Time after time the Sopho-
n1o1'es broke through the -luniors defense and rang the hoop for basket after basket.
The juniors, who have all year worked against the varsity, could not solve the pass-
work of the Sophomores, and time after time lNIcFadden and liuckmaster broke loose
under the basket. lyfcliadden worked very nicely with the rest of the team, Zllltl.,
although he scored but three points, passed very well and was always there when
needed. VVieland, at guard, was o11e big reason why the Juniors scored only nine
points, as he played a great game. His man, Lee, scored two baskets, both long ones.
Duerr, who played the last half at guard, held Clark scoreless, and played a great
guarding game. For the juniors, Lee, Clark and Fate led in the scoring, while Heil-
ha1't and VVest played a steady game at guard. Shipman at center, played a very
steady game and had hard luck in shooting, missing several easy shots.
ln every way the tournament was a decided success and it is hoped that it will
become an annual affair.
liuckmaster was high point lllilll of the tournament with twenty points, whils-
Clark was a close second with nineteen.
"Fuzzy", one of the most loyal members of the Senior class, was chosen basket-
l 1 l ' lfll nl tflitiencv in the wav in which he handled the
ball manager. He siowet ns s'1 a t 1. ' D .D
team. VVhen it came to the job "Fuzzy" was always there. The team could not
have had sueh a successful season had it not been for "Fuzzy'sU assistance. He was
also chosen track manager this year. ln addition to this work he assisted in directing
the interelass athletics, and in other ways qualified as an able "right-hand man." NVa
wish him the best of success in his future activities.
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,l'lE.MXlI-fZOllUZlll, Jensen, Stevens, lllalceever Lapt xVl1lf6
Our best game of the season was probably the second gune nith Ibciii hen
lfvery player was at his best because we had practiced from the fiist of tht seison
Our signals and pass work were a great help to us in oin sim g fic x as
noticeable improvenient in our playing after the first game 1 itt uh t
mn roach, Mr. Znlanf. Results of the season are as follows
Dec. 7-Mt Gilead Iberia, 26-there.
Dec. :WARM Gilead lberia, i6+here.
.Ian. 5-Nh. Gilead, Il , Cardington, 14,-lun
-Ian. 12--lllt. Gilead, Edison, 35itllCl'C.
-lan. 19-lllt. Gilead, I5, Chesterville, 25-thcii
Qlan. 2.l.flXIf. Gilead, I7, Sophoniores, l24lHlL
slan. 28-lllt. Gilead, Sophoinores, lg-heii
Alan. 29-lllf, Gilead, Seniors, 16-here.
lileh. Sflllt. Gilead, Delaware, IS-lN'I'C
lfeh. 25-Mt. Gilead, IZ, Chesterville, I3--'-ll
lllar. I.Q,+llIf. Gilead Iberia, io-there.
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SECOND Row: lXIeAnall, O. lNIeAnall. lX1gr.g Virtue, VVilson, Coaehg Breese.
CHARIPS OF "24,'
NVhen the first praetiee was held a large squad of girls came out, which included
nun' veterans, lllary Smith, Dorothea Caris, Louise Osborn and Eleanor llakes. This
aggregation with the addition of lllabel Ray made up the team which played most
of the games.
A completely new system of offense and defense was introduced using the short
pivot pass attaek and five-man defense with gratifying results, the complete record of
the season being ten games won, three lost, and one tied.
hit. Gilead 10, Centerburg Sq lllt. Gilead IO, Alumni 1 3 llt. Gilead 2, Rich-
wood 153 lllt. Gilead II, Iberia 4.3 lllt. Gilead 9, l:l'C'LlC1'lClit0XYll 75 Mft. Gilead IU.
Centerburg 85 lllt. Gilead 4, Ashley iig lllt. Gilead 7, Crestline 7g Nlt. Gilead 2,
liellpoint QQ Rlt. Gilead 5, Fredericktown 35 lllt. Gilead 17. Cardington 25 lXIt.
Gilead fm, Iberia 25 lXIt. Gilead 5, Crestline 32 lllt. Gilead 26, Independents 5.
lotal-lllt. Gilead 124. Opponents 85.
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MARY SMITH, Capt.
Playing her last year
of high school Basket-
ball she led the team
in scoring. In only
three games was she
stopped and all those
games are in the de-
Shifted from guard to
forward she justified
the move by playirg a
great floor game. con-
stantly "feeding" the
other forward for short
shots, and occasionally
"sinking"' a long shot
by way of variety. A
potential "great" for
fJr.J Center fLeftl
A true "pivot," Much
of the credit goes to
this dependable center,
strong' on defense, she
could be depended up-
on for several baskets.
Developed greatly dur-
ing' the season and
should be better next.
fJr.J Guard fRightj
The team should have
been handicapped ty
the lack of size of the
guards. However it was
not. Few forwards were
able to elude thislittle
guard who shamed a
postage stamp when it
came t 0 sticking. She
has another, and possi-
bly better year. We'll
be satisfied with one
just as good.
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MABEL RAY, CSoph.J Guard
Playing: her first year, de-
veloped into a star. A great
defensive player slte handled
the ball well and worked
well in the offense. Feared
and respected by her oppon-
fSr.J Forward lRightl
Subbing for Captain Smith,
Betty played in but few
games. A faithful substitute.
MARY ALICE VIRTUE
A star in the making, and
should take the place left
by Mary Smith.
ELIZABETH BREESE CJr.J
Guard fRightJ '
A strong, aggressive, depend-
able guard. Should show up
well next year.
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19 It has heen Ur. Ricketts, custom to give medals to the llonor Students in tht
44 schools. 'l'his vein' he is giving them to the students of the Alt. Gilead schools. lr
the llonor Student
s of the grades he gives Z1 bronze niedzllg to the first three gi uc
of high school he gives Il silver medal xvhile to the llonor Senior he gives :1 gold ont
The students of the Rlt. Gilead schools wish to thunk him for the interest hc IIS
taken in their obtaining an education.
Ruth Gritlith, First Grade
Xzinthzi Long, Fifth Grade
lllarion Felch, Second Grade
H zlrry L:1ze:n', Sixth Grade
Klary lfllen Howard, Third Grade
-lanet Fate, Fourth Grade
Robert Byrd, Eighth Grade
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Paul Hiskey, lfres nmn C,l.1ss
Jeanette VVeiland, Seventh Gr
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Editor-in-Clzivf . . . .... Efxlu, PINYIQRD
Iiiisiiim- fllmmyf-r .... .... ..... C I .Ixus H.xcH1z1,n1:R
.Iss-oi'in1i' Editor ........................ CHA L'NCliY TERRY
I9 fI.vxm'ii1ti' l1'uyim'.vy Illiuzizgrr ................. RALPH Fowmda
I I ,-lrt Editor . ............................ LYI,1z SNYmsk L1
Jliixir Edifnr . .. ....... Hrsusw Sxirm
Sorirzy Editor . . . . . IXIILDRIED NVHITNHY
fllimini Editor . . . . . EVIQLYN CI..X1'I'IER
Lifl'l'lll'jV Edilor . ....... RVTII SMITH
Joh Editor ............................ Cu.xL'Nc1zv TERRY
ATHLETIC STAFF -
Boyx' Atlzlf-tif Editor ...................... - . . . JOHN CARIS
Girly' dtlzlrlir Editor - - ............... IC1.x7m1:15'rH IXICXXN.-'XI,l.
Edifar ..................... . ............. XFADGHN HL'1.L
Axxixtmzz Edifor ........................ Ii1zNNls'1'u NVILSUN
Jdfuvrtisilzy Zllllllllgtvl' ..................... .AIRTH L' R KIDIY ELI,
Subsrriplion .fllanager ................. NV11.1,.xun BAIQGHM.-KN
Family lldifisor . ................ ..... I J. E. ARNOLD
Cfnsor ....... WV. VV. VVILSON
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The -lunior Class of '24 have ably and proficiently earrietl on the work of
editing a high school paper which was begun by the -lunior Class of '23 under the
direction of former Superintenclent VV. U. llloore.
1'he paper was somewhat larger this year and was at first published twice a
month but was later made a monthly publication.
'lihe .Iunior staff deserves inueh credit for the well written 'suhjeet lI1Zll'l't'l
which the little paper has contained throughout the year, in fact it has been so
excellent that the Seniors have used many of the write-ups in their Annual, the
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The lirst number of the Signum appeared lllarch, 11122-Hpridie ldus Nlartiasu,
sponsored by the -lunior class, with Clarence Cramer as editor-in-chief, Rudolph Roh-A
inson as printer and the following staff: George Higgins, Eileen Pierre, George
Hart and -Iosephine Richardson from the Senior classy ,lean Purcell of the juniors.
Gale Bachelder of the sophomores and Elizabeth VVhite and Helen hlunk from the
The Hprinteru together with the editor-in-chief laboriously, and with much
burning of the midnight oil produced the first two numbers, small four-page sheets.
upon the typewriter. The other two numbers of that year were printed on the mul-
tigraph in the othce of the Hydraulic Press hifg. Co.
In the year IQ22-23, the Senior class having started the publication, continued it
under their direction, Cramer remaining editor-in-chief. The Hydraulic Press Co..
again courteously offered the use of its multigraph, and four numbers were issued.
This year the tive members of the Virgil class took charge of the work and have
produced three papers, interesting, if for no other reason, because of their variety of
style. The first one of three large pages was beautifully "hand-made" on the ty pe-
writer hy the editor-in-chief, Helen Smith, and two other members of the staff:
the second one consisting of four pages was printed on the lnimeograph of the Farm
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Clionian and Pbilomathean
Three years ago the Senior high was divided into two Literary Societier, thc i l
:Xlph Omega and Philomatheans. The next year the two societies appeared under l l
different names, the Clionians and Philomatbeans, which were still retained this year.
lfxcellent programs have been given by both societies. At the end of each year the
two societies compete for the cup which was donated by the Parent-'l'eachers Associa-
tion. Last year the Clionians won the cup. The officers of the Clionian Society are'
Roman B1ai1,HART . . ........ Presidmf ixIlI.DRlED NVHWNM' ........ Sarrwz..-ry
RIARY SMITH ..... . . . . I'ire-Preyiflefzr XV1i,i.i.m1 -IENNINGS ....... 'l'z-mi-zfwr
I'fI.lzAi:i2TH XVHITE ................ - . ........... .. Critit
'llhe officers of the Philomathean society are:
H izuzx SMITH .... -. . . ..... Presidwir RL'TH INIATEER . . . . Sm-wmry
Game B,xcHm.m2R . . ..., I'irf'-Prtfsizlmt Ri-u.l'l1 Fownui . . ..... 7'I'l'II.N'lII4l'l'
IQLIZABETH BREESE ....... ... ...--. ........ . .. fflffjl'
The Signum fcontinued from preceding pagej
liureau ofiiceg while the third came out in gray COVEI' with design showing standard
and motto, drawn by Ruth Smith and a drawing by lX'Iary Ellen tlago illustrating
the "listening in" column, and was printed on our own new high school uiimeograph
by lllary Smith.
The Signuni has acquired quite an exchange list and has attracted favorable notice.
lt still maintains its standard of production entirely in Latin, and has, we hope, made a
permanent place for itself in the high school.
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The HIL Clilezid High School is very proud of possessing a Nlzlle Quurtette. This
IlllIFll'.Il burly has hven zlwzircled much praise. The quartette appeared :lt the junior-
Scnim' llzmquet :xml will probably appear at the Senior Class Play. The 111i'llll'5ClN
uf the quartette arc:
KIZNNETH XVILSQN .. .... Firxl Tenor
If.-NRI, PINYIZRD ..... .... . .. Sfrond Tenor
Q.lH.'Xl'NCIiY 'FERRY ....... ...... B nritomf
"Cu,fxer1" VV. NV. VV11.soN . . . . . . Bfm
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One of the most active and useful orglailizrztiors in our schools this year was the
lX'It'lIlllCl'S of the orchestra were taken from the grades, -lunior high school, and
hcnior high school. Practice was held with great interest twice each week.
Ar least once each week the orchestra appeared and played before one of the
schools. The first public concert was given on April 23. Both were largely attended
and greatly appreciated. The orchestra was always received with eagerness on the
part of its audience.
Both Bliss Seitz, our director and the members of the orchestra very much
regretted the coming of the end of our school year which caused the practice hours
The members of the orchestra were:
Violins: Helen Hedrick, lfmina Royston, Robt. Byrd, Oliver Kerr, VVilliani Spidell.
C!11rinef.v.' lidward Stevens, Paul VVorthington, Russell Dye.
I,'m'nr'rx: Howard hlensen, Mlohn llathews, Herbert Nlathews.
Saxrzjwlzomxn' Neil Angel, Richard VVagner, Robert Lockeridge.
,Jlto 11or1z.v.' Ralph Stevens, ,Iohn lNIcAnall.
Drzznix: Ralph Bending, Robert Heibv, Allred Crock.
Pimm: La Donna Heiby.
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Henry Gallagher, Wittenburg College,
Don Vanatta, Columbus, Ohio.
Otis Crawford, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Mildred Booher, Bloomingrove, Ohio.
Clifford Benson, Mt Gilead, .Ohio.
Rheta Canaday, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Carl Brown, Marion, Ohio.
Marguerite Colmery, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
George Collier, Ohio VVesleyan Universi-
ty, Delaware, Ohio.
Kenneth Graham. Ohio Northern Uni-
versity, Ada, Ohio.
Alma Dawson, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Dorothy Fulton, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
George Higgins, Ohio State University,
Neil McCarron, Chillicothe, Ohio.
Clarence Cramer, Ohio State University,
Clillord Krout, Ohio State University,
Horace Fowble, Oberlin Business Col-
lege, Oberlin, Ohio.
Vera Miller, Denison
Ht-len McFarland, Mt.
Bessie Zeger, Normal
George Hart, Marion
Geraldine Brown, Mt.
Earl Cover, Morrow County Normal, Mt.
Afah Richardson, Morrow County Nor-
mal School, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Paul Halbert, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Josephine Richardson, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Richard Dumbaugh, Oberlin Business
College, Oberlin, Ohio,
Joseph Wagner, Chicago, Illinois.
Esther Wagner, Morrow Co. Normal
Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
I ':i :ro liigliiytwo
Ralph Lemley, Ohio State University
Jeanette Gallegher, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Paul Nesbitt, Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Martha Hobson, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Burton Nesbitt, Blackburn College, Car
Julia Mozier, Office Training School,
William Meckley, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Lois Rule, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Warren Nesbitt, Mt. Gilead. Ohio.
Eileen Pierce, Battle Creek, Michigan
Allen Smith, Ashley, Ohio.
Vaughn Spriggs, Blackburn College.
Leah Rathburn, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Kenneth Virtue, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Margaret England, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Calvin Garverick, Normal School, Mans
Mary McFadden, White Cross Hospital
Verner Ward, Mt. Gilead, Ohio,
Harry Staiger, Marengo, Ohio.
Jean Purcell, Morrow County Normal
Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Sylvia Rhodebeck, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Donald Chilcote, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Inez Shier, Marion Business College
Homer Eichhorn, Heidelberg University
Thelma Long, Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Lloyd Hair, Chesterville, Ohio.
Dorothy Chilcote, Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Milo Shaffer, Mt. Gilead, Ohio
'Rachel Vaughn, Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Kenneth Breese, Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Candace Brollier, Peoples Hospital,
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l'lx'elyn Loren-Ruth lklateer said that she wouldn't kiss anyhody.
liuekfl know it. She's awfully particular.
llarry Hull-XVho was the first hookkeeper?
Harry-Eve, with her loose leaf system.
lkliles Shipman-VVhat makes the red spot on your nose?
A Red Crawford-Kllasses.
1 rr RI. Shipman-Glasses of what? 7
lg lklrs. Slnithfhlary, aren't you getting too big to play with the boys? 2
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lklary Smith-No Blother, the bigger 1 get the hetter l like them.
l3uekfNVanna ride home with me?
BllClC-VVllCl'ClS your car?
'Tm all set" said the sun as it disappeared over the horizon.
Bliss Ashwelle-VVhy should we read present-day literature?
Red hlurray-So we can appreciate the parodies.
l,yle Snyder-l'd like to see something cheap in a felt hat.
"Duteh" Kliraelev-'llry this on. 'llhe mirror is at your left.
Bliss Gardner Cangrilyj-Do you ever have a thought in your head?
Dutch Duerr Cahsentlyl-1 haven't the slightest idea.
Kliss Ashwellffll give you just one day to hand in that paper.
Buck-All right, how ahout the lfourth of -luly.
H. lieilhart-VVhere are you going in sueh a hurry?
Harry-'l'hen whatls your hu1'ry.
Fateel gotta get there.
Blerwin l3reese's idea of a soft job is that of assisting a florist to piek thc flowers
off the Century Plants.
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A private secretary, a commercial
teacher, a salesman, an expert. stero-
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RADIO SUPPLIES U 3--Meeting: of Athletic Association.
ii 4-Schedule trouble.
and 5--Freshmen receive t'Hot Reception."
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RPJPAIRINC' 9fElection of Mizpah stat? editors.
Mt- Gilead, Ohio 10 -Mr. Powell and Mr. Brown address
nr 11---Seniors given a front seat.
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I V V- 7 Y YN 15' -Centerburg 0, Mt. 'Gilead 12.
"4il!Ul lv 5 BAIY BRA U 16'--Elga Lancaster back after a month's
Fm. Quality 17'-Slick Vaughn threatens to paste
' Chauncey in the eye.
. , in 18 Dorothy Scott was shown a very
I5:1kedCoods and Fancy Pastry pamculal, point of a wmpass by
1: Neil Angel.
H. GRAVES SL SON in 19 -Rain! Wow! Look at the straight
1: hobhed hair.
Phone 83 22' Defeated by Frederic-ktown 19-12.
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Election of officers for literary work
Junior Subscription Day.
Big game tomorrow. Rally given.
Mt. Gilead 37, Mansfield Second
School hoard blows themselves for
a new "music box".
Terry makes another raid on the
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with Galion tomorrow.
5 Defeated. Galion 18, Mt. Gilead 6.
fi Chauncey Terry and Mr. Apt have
a promising' fight.
7 Fair and a little cloudiness. Looks
8 Whoopee! Nature plays trump: it
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12f--Mr. Wilson classes Bob Beilhart
first among village cut-ups.
13 The day before tomorrow.
14fThe day after yesterday.
15 Rabbit law opening puts school in
16f- Continuation of yesterday with less
19- -Mr. Mateer addresses Senior High
20 Judge Wood gives a talk on the
Constitution Of U. S.
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21 Dr. Riekets lectures on physical ed-
222 Rev. Stephens lectures on "How to
he Good Students."
2.5 Dedication of our new high school.
26 WERE NOT clefeutedg neither did
jbr Economical Tran sportation
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'The barometer tells no lie. It ruins
School closes for Thzmksgiving.
Team goes to Millersburg and suf-
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Everybody rabbit hunts.
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.-lf -Mr. Wilson explains difference be-
tween tweedle-dee and tweedle-dum.
4 Football pictures taken.
5-With the help of a new choir We
add another ballad to our list.
6-Hear the noise? What noise. Illi-
nois, you poor fish!
7--Cockey and Terry play horse on
10 Some happy, others blue. Grade
cards given out.
11 f- Girls start basketball practice.
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Klondyke Pies, Sodas, Sundaes
H. O. ALLISON, Mgr.
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Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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12 -Mysterious cat in study hall cannot
13-- Mother earth donates a White blan-
ket for the bunnies: it snows.
14 Senior Class render u carnival in
Jr. Hi. Building:
17 Mr. Stull visits school While on his
vacation from the west.
18--Mr. Stull tells us how fast the Jack
Rabbits can l'l1I'l.
19 Ridiculous! ! Cockey comes to school
with a coat on.
"Say It With Flowvl's',
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Charge and Rebuild Batteries of all Kinds
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Hardware, Stoves, Furnaces
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
20- -Above is a mistake, it was a hobo
21-We are granted a two weeks leave
7 -We find Richwood an easy mark. 29-
8MEarl and Vaughn hold a toe dance
on the sidewalk, beneath Toquet.
9'-Football Banquet held in the din-
10 -Capt. Beilhart tells us We have to
pay for it. Sad news.
195 W. High st.
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
THE MT. GILEAD NATIONAL BANK
Paid on Half a
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to his resignation.
14 -We are compelled to suffer another
defeat. 22-9 Iiucyrus.
"Come Gas With Us"
paper throwing' is not stopped.
it is a part.
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Press giving' a pressure of IFSIIII tons per square inch.
Swift Sz Company use H-I,-M ',!.'S'L'I,",Ef,'El'E in their
packing houses both in the United States and in
South America. Some of' these presses exert l5IIII
tons pressure per square inch.
'llo attain a 'worlil-wide sale of' its products over a
period of years is a great achievement for any vom-
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that's one good reason you
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Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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Up -to-date Courses
Fall Term opens September 2, 1924
J. T. BARGER, Mgr.
lllalrsh Art Studio
Kodaks and Supplies
F. B. MARSH Si SON
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22-Mr. Wagner, all sideburners and
mustaches to wash off same.
23-A--Earl Pinyerd would like to know
"Why is a cow?"
24- -We have a silent debate in History
25--Earl has a litle fire drillallhis own.
28- -Mr. Burrell likes to talk of the ex-
29-We learn who takes part in the
30-Exams. Look bad.
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Where all Morrow County goes
Always a Good Show
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
An org'z1nizz1tion "up on its toes"
:incl after your business
FRIGID 0. Mllilllflli
l'l0I'1l Sales and Servii-4'
Phone Main 1422
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Local Agents for the
lnternzitional Tailoring' Co.
Chicago and New York
l -We are beaten by Bellpoint's fast
quinlette, score disastrous.
4--lVIine's 21 negative, Wl'l?lt,S yours.
Schick iesi read.
5 -Boys wear clothes pins to school.
G--A Ford is 21 Ford regzirdless, so Eve-
7 'Mary Hurler is taking lessons on
how to hem-ome 11 vamp.
8 Chase and Day lVIm'engo, Yea!
ll -Mr. Hildehrfincl takes charge of the
cut-ups in Junior High.
S'I'I+I1ilf1R 'PHE SHOICNHN
A largge :incl well selected line oi'
F imrv twezir that has Quality
WE FIT YOUR FEET
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Watches, Diainionmls, Jewelry
Phone 17:2 Carslinggton, Ohio
f'I'l'Y BAKERY AND GROUERY
J. C. SMITH, Prop.
Hiarh Grade Gl'0f'Pl'lPS
Fancy 'Baked Goods
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Round Oak Hot Air Furnaces
Plumbinzr and Drainina
MT. GILEAD, OHIO
12fSomeone said "Batch" has too large
13 -Wagner blushes at us again.
14'--'Elizabeth White has a new play-
thinpg. A bell.
15-We hear that 4'Si" and Elizabeth
are in love.
18--Nobody funny in school.
19 -AMI: Burrell's favorite yell, A'We won
be gollies, we won!" rehearsed.
20-Aha! We catch Deane writing notes
21'--Rally given. New songs for the
B E E H I V E
Dry Goods, Notions China
Aluminum, Pyrex Oven Glass
Books, Toys, School Supplies
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.fuau ni Q' .porting Goods
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Household Brushes and Mops
Paints and Varnish
General and Builders Hardware
THE WILSON Sz IVIATHEW CO.
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Pa ge Ninety-seven
francis Bac n Dian
The New I-Iigh School Auditorium
FRED LIVINGSTON 85 SON
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SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS FOR ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES
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We are sum-ees:-ful in our attempt
to hold the cup.
We give the ploy, 'tWe won, be gol-
lies, we won," in the gym.
If you can't get ai quart get :1 unl-
lon, says Shipman.
Stniger pulls Il Y's crack.
Pinyerd says he's strong. B-ai-ai-:1-nl
We do the mobile south. Delaware
Girls come to school with their hail'
all chiseled up.
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Horse llklflglllig' class takes things se-
rious and become intoxicated .
Terry and others wish to join this
We wonder if F:ite's inlluenve led
I"rzmcis to the barber.
Aren't the boys funny. Shirts on
We humble Crestline's live 39-17.
The Sentinel publish what they
think ol' a knocker.
The dumb trio prophesied the
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Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Manufacturers of Bologna, Weiners and
Sausage of all kinds
Wholesale and Retail
weather, "lt ain't a-gonna rain no
lil Pinyerd and Beilhart throw a "Ban-
14 Crawford tells us the advantage of
17 We humble Upper Sandusky's live
18'-fSome gallant Uhickw fired the shot
heard round the room.
19 -Hull dons a new pair of pants.
20 Cockey composes a song, "There-'s
only one boy and that's me."
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21 -Junior exhibits some rare talent in
24 f--Pinyerd dons a new pair of pants.
25-Pinyerd and Hull throw a pant
26 Helen Hetrirk learns to skate.
27 Football and Basketball Managers
elected for next year.
28 Sophomore boys and Junior girls
winners of interclass tournament.
31 -Cockey says, "'Taint gonna rain
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Center St. Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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Uwrlauul and Willys-Kniulit
tive-l'i:nml will prove on the road and on the
meanest hills its reputation as the most car in
the world for the money .
Willys-Iilliullt -beauty alive with velvety power
and an engine that "Improves with Use."
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Lumber and Building'
M. W. CLEM, Mgr.
lmge Une l,llllltll't'll.
HE CRASH of the lines-the halfl
back lcnifes through-the goal posts
beclcon-but tacklers threaten still,
That's the time for interference-for the
diving smash that crumples the would-be
tacklcr, and clears the field for the flashing
runner with the ball. The stands rock with
the shout ofviitory. Touchdown!
Election to the annual stalfis only reaching the line
ofscrimmage. Your task hasjust begun. Burly Eg
ures stud the held to trip you, smother you, drag
you clown. Problems, tangles, discouragements!
-but the goal can be reached-if you have good
Thatls ourjob. You talce the ball-welll take out
the taclclcrs. And we'll stay with you till the last
white line is crossed and the crowd is hitching
your name to a booming slcyrocket.
Put Stafford on the team. Call 'em, quarterback.
STAFFORD ENGRAVING CO
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The House of Ideas
Pu ge One Him rl red -one
'This is the lirst day of April.
Hull purchases a new riding' horse.
Boys are guests at Kiwanis dinner,
Received valuable information about
Chicago Fire from Danville player.
Another selection of "Lady Bug'
given at 10 bells.
Alice Teeples sends out S. O. S.
Debaters hold hot argument among
Debaters lose to Upper Sandusky.
Some of the Senior High "Goofs"
throw a fishing' party.
Cocky demonstrates his famous
lt fails to work against Iberia.
Rope jumping become popular go.
Pinyerd comes to school without
'tgrubbing' his whiskers.
Shelby show their superiority as
'Evelyn Clapper receives had cold
said Edison Advertiser.
Aldo dawns a favorable hair cut.
Juniors start decorating for Junior-
Junior-Senior banquet pulled olf.
Senior Class Play.
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As we come to the last page of the book and realize that our work on the Annual
is nearly completed and that we shall never have another opportunity of expressing
a few of the more important appreciations that come to our mind when we consider
the 1924, lliizpah and the process of being compiled, we would in our exceedingly
humble way attempt to give a little credit where it seems due.
First of all we want to extend a hearty vote of thanks to the Business men,
our Advertisers, who have given us their support without which, it would have been
entirely impossible to publish this volume.
lllr. Lauffer, our Photographer, has given us the very best work possible, and
in addition to this he has allowed the staff to use his studio as an office. For this
we are deeply indebted to this unselfish man.
VVe feel that our task could never have been accomplished without the invaluable
assistance of our Faculty Advisor, llflr. P. E. Arnold, and our Censor, lVIr. VV. VV.
To the Art Editor, the Assistant Editor, the President of the Class, the Adver-
tising Manager, the Assistant Business lliianager, and to Vaughn Hull, the man who
so faithfully kept up the Calender, we wish to express our deep gratitude.
To all who have in any way contributed to the making of the lVIizpah we there-
fore extend out heartiest thanks.
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Through all the years may Q'Mizpah" be
A beacon bright 'twixt thee and me.
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