Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1932
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MR HERBERT L FORD
Whose greatest ambxtlon has been our success whose hlgh
Ideals have npnred us to a higher standard
whose Sklll as a supermtendent and teacher
has won our smcere admlratlon and
esteem w th class f
l93Z dedicate this annual
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Oer the glad waters of the clark blue sea
Our thoughts as boundless and our souls as free
Far as the breeze can bear the blllows foam
Survey our emplre ancl behold our home'
Mt. Gilead High School, you're the one we
Mt. Gilead High, your flag is high above
Give three cheers for the Purple and White
For they always stand for right, stand for right.
Mt. Gilead High, for you our best we'll try
Mt. Gilead High, for you we'll do or die,
Thought or deed wherever we may be
We'll be true to the school of M. T. G.
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Board of Education
MIRACLE ROBINSON GORDON DUMBAUGH DENTON
Cl arles Dumbaugh Vice Presldent
D G B Robmson C- G Denton C W Gordon
Dr C Jensen Clerk
We the members of the class of 1932 wish to express our appreclatlon for
the educational advantages the Mt Gilead Board of Education has given us The
board has put forth lts best efforts to direct the school economlcally and yet offer a
first class high school educatnon
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Durmg our four years of hlgh school llfe Mr L T
Powell has acted as our constant frlencl and
gulde As a prmcnpal he has proven hlmself
to be worthy kmd and capable
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EVA GARDNER '
B. S. Denison
S C HILDEBRAND
B S Ohio Wesleyan
Prm umor High Scieme
B S Ashland
Coach Science Hisioru
MARY E HOUSTON
B A Muskingum Home
Economies Dean of Girls
B A Ohio Weslenan
E E DAVIS
ommg Smilh Hughes AQ
B,.S. Univefsiiy of Wy-
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MRS HOWARD EVANS
B S Oluo Umversziy
,I M CRIMM
B S Oluo Stale
fumor Hlgh Geography
DORO'I HY PERKINS
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B A Heidelberg
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Sponsored by The Sentmel Printers of this book
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Harry Edwm Cryder Pres
He would stop St Peter s roll call
to ask Wby3
Class Pre 4 C-lee Club 3 4 H1Y
3 Treas 4 Football 3 4 B
State Chorus 4 brgnum 4 Track 3
4 Student Courcll 3
Q ass Motto
C rss Flower
Delta Wanda McCamman Secy
Its nrce to be natural rf you are
Class Secy 4 Glee Club l 2 3
Operetta 2 Home Room President 3
Commercral Club 3 Vrce President 4
No legacy IS so rrcb as honesty
Colors Malze and Green
G1 t Desk and Cbarrs for Offrce of Supermtendent
Sponsored by Ault Insurance Agency Mt Gilead O
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CLARA LOUISE ADCOCK
"She studies hard but giggles harder."
Clee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Operclta l,' Girl
I Res. 35 Treas. 45 B. B. Manager 4.
RICHARD ALTON BROWN
'Tut tul my boy the girls 1von't hurl you.'
H- 3 45 Baseball 3 4- B. B. 2 3 4g
Football 3 4
BEULAH ELIZABETH BENNETT
Smooth runs the water where the broo 15
Clee Clubl 2 3 Operelta I Slgnum
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EDWARD L BROLLIER
I m not lazy I just don lfeel lzlfe mor mg
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Sponsored by Wagner Bros Dealers ln Hay Cram Coal and Buxldmg Supplxe
Mount Gilead Ohlo
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azz uh huh pep you bel once you see
her you wont forget
Gee Club I 2 3 4 Operetla I 2
Stale Chorus2 Baseball2 C1rlRes 3
Com Club 4 Cheer Leacler3 4
ALVIN LEROY BUDD
A boy who loves to hunt and draw
Mzzpah 4 Szgnum 3 4 Lollypoppers 4
MARY EILEEN BRICKLEY
Short but sweet
Clee Club I 2 3 4 Operelia I ate
Chorus 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Czrl Res 4
Dramallc Club 3 Com Club 4 Orchestra
GEORGE WESLEY COLEMAN
Cheer up and sm1le for the ladxcs
Football Manager 3 4 V Pres of Class
4 Track 3 Study Hall 3
Sponsored by The Buckeye Mlllmg Company Mt Gxlead Ohm
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Clee Club I 2 3 4 Stale Chorus 4
Track 3 4
IANET DOLORES FATE
Of all the treasures fazr to s e
A fra! pm as the ihmg for me
Clee Club I 2 3 4 Mlzpah 4 Debate
B 2 3 4 Study Ha
WALTER JAMES GREGORY
A semor boy actnfe and Ivlse
Hrs mlentzons are hard to summarzze
Vice Pres ofF F A 4 Clee Club I
"Wr1!e me as one who loves her fellowmen "
Clee Club I, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Operciia I,
Cxrl Res 3, 4, Com Club 3, 4
Sponsored by Kelly Foundry and Machme Works, Mt Glleacl, O
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MARTHA MAE HART
USl1e has a smile for everybody."
Clee Clulv 3, 43 Slate Clzorus 43 Com. Clulv
LPSI IF CI-IARLVS HILDEBPAND
Lef not lvo'nans larclrcps slam nm
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ADA CORINNE HERSHNER
She zs not only good but good for some
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Club Pmmst 4 MUSIC and Drama Club 3
4 Class Secy 2 Sxgnum Slaj 2 Student Q7
Council 3 Q!
VIRGIL MARION HULL
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Baseball 2 3 4 H1 V Secy 3 V Pres
4 Lzlurarxan 3 Mzzpah 4 Home Room
Pres 3 Sluclp Hall4 Opereila I 2 Stale
Sponsored by The Umon Store Mount Cnlead Ohlo
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DOROTHY LUCILE. HESKETT
Musxc washes away the dust of everyday
Glee Club 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Clee Club
Pxamst I 4 State Chorus 4 Muszc and
Drama Club Pres 4 Secy of Class I
Slgnum I Class Play 3 S H 4 Baseball
2 Scholarshzp Team 3 Orchestral 2 3
IVIATTABELLE. VIRGINIA HUNT
An out of town man for me
Clee Club 4 Commercial Club 4 C-:rl
Has anybody got a mzrroril
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Reserve 3,' V. Pres. 4.
DONALD RICHARD KELLY
"Gee, I'm glad l'm a country boy."
Clee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4,' Oper-
ctta lg Football Manager 3, 43 Signum 45
Track 3, 4.
Sponsored by Zeller and Galleher, Mount Gilead, Ohio
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GERTRUDE MARGARET KING
The perfected vzctrola needs no lvlfldlllg
or changxng of needles
Clee Club I 3 4 Commercxal Club 3
Secy 4 Operetta I
STANLEY EDWIN MATHEWS
He doth mdeed show some spar s that arc
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Glee Club I 2 3 4 Orchestra I 2 Paul
Secy 4 Class Pres 2 B B Manager4
Track 3 4
RUTH VIRGINIA MORTON
She has had many shoe mg expert nces
Clee Club I Z 3 4 OperettaI 2 S
Chorus 3 4 Orchestral 2 Bandl 2
3 4 Szgnuml 3 4 Mzzpah 4 C1rlRes
Secy 4 S
ERMA CATHERINE McCLELLAND
Thou art too mlld too mlld I pray thee
Clee Club 2 3 4 Scraphoo Club 3
Sponsored by The Mount Gilead National Bank
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ROBERT V. PEARSON
A I nucr let my studies interfere with my
Ceo Club I 2 3 4' Operctta I' olly
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MILDRED IONA PEOPLES
Honor hes rn honest toll
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EDWARD EA RL PRILKETT
We dont want ham any longer he s long
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He rs a fool who thrn s by arguzng t
change the current of a womans wzll
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Sponsored by Blayney Auto Sales Service Buick Pontiac Mt Gilead O
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ualiip rather than quantity.
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Reserve 3 4 Lzbrarzan 3 4 Class Seey
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RUSSELL KENNETH WELLER
The more I see of other people the lfeller
I ll e myself
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Orcheslra I 2 Operetla I 2 Foollnall 3
FRANCES LOUISE VAUGHAN
Heres one on whom we can all depend
a eonsczentzous siualent and to all a frzend
Commerclal Club 3 4
FORD BUXTON WORTHING
Were arguzng golden he would be
Clee Club I 2 3 4 Operelia I 2 Sl I
Chorus 3 Delnaie 4 Baseball 2 3 4
HIY VICC Pres 3 Pres 4 5 H 4 Miz
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Sponsored by The Hyclraullc Press Mfg Co Mount Gilead Chlo
Frank B IVlcMlIlm Exec Vxce Pres and Cen Mgr
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What Wzll Become of the Senzors
lhrs lrst of questrons rx as subjected to the scrutrny of the Senror class mem
b rs Followrng the questrons are the names of those who ranked frrst second and
th rd Thrs rs not to be taken too serrouslr
Wrrch boy xxrll be the hrst to lrrtclr up5 Mrtrrrrrorrrrlly trn l rrlr Ru
ell Weller and Ford Worthrng
2 Whrch grrl wrll first plunge rnto the er of matrrmony5 l t Svlvn Box 1
and Ruth Morton Fate and Adcocl.
3 Whrch senror wrll become locally famous3 Mrldred Peoples Russell Well r
and Margery Shrelds
4 Whrch senror would make the bet laxsy r3 Harry Crxder Pord Worthrng
and Vrrgrl Hull
Whrch senror would make the best doctorl Robert Pearson Lrleen Brrckle
and Donald Kelly
rch semor wrll be the best e rnec-r? l dwrrd l l-. t St rr lt M t r
and Le lre Hrldebrand
Whrch semor rrrll be the best clool tercl er? l e S1 dell and tn t
Vlorton and People and Hershner
Whrch senror would make the bet nr, Ernrr MtClelland lre Aoc cl
and Benrett and Sylx ra Boyer
Whrch senror would make the most conhrmed baclrelor3 Edward Brollrer l e
Hull and Gregory and Donald Kelly
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xsrll traxel rrost3 Harrv Crydcr Tre Morton and Budd rrrd R lert
mrll become the most notedf Eduard Prrcltett Stanley Mrthew rnd
wrll make the best farmer3 George Qolerrrrn Le lre Hrldelrr rnd an
wrll become noted or great athletrcally3 Vrrgrl Hull anet Pate and
I4 Whrch grrl wrll be the natron s sxxeetheart5 M1 s Amerrca Nlattabelle
Hunt Delta Mcfxarrman and Sylvra Boyer
l Whrch Qrrl wrll hare the most drxorce cases3 Martha Hart lhelmw Prs ll
and Altabelle ensen
I6 Who wrll become a re-at oratori Ford Wortlrrrrg l-larry Cryder rnd anet
I7 Whrch senror wrll probably run for presrdent3 ford Wortlrrng Democrat
George Coleman Socralrst and Rrcl ard Brown Republrcan
l Who wrll make the best avrator3 Robert Pearson Rrchard Brown and Fran
I1 Who wrll make the best radro annourcer or crooner3 Russell Weller Doro
thy Heskett and Gertrude Krng
20 Whrch members of the senror cla s would make the most rdeal couple5 re
Weller and Jensen and Prrckett and Peoples Mathews and Green Budd and
Hart and Cryder and Green
Sponsored by Stauffer Motor Sales Authorrzecl Ford Sales and Serrrce Mt Crlead 0
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flue followmg semors are rn thls prcture Edward Brolller Thelma Frssell
Altabelle ensen loulse Aclcock Vlrgll Hull Florence Rrcharclson Donald Kelly
Ruth Morton Stanley Mathew Margery Shlelds Forcl Worthrng
Sponsored by Mathews Talmage O11 Co Drstrlbutors Gulf Refining Co
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Thlrcl row Andrews Payne Campbell Hayden Cole Durkee Cyphers Mr Bender
Second row Whltney Whlte Romans McLain Shambauglw Lockrldge Gordon
Coleman George Griffith
First row McKee Claypool Howard Blayney Campbell Blake
Sponsored by C Wrenn at the Lauffer Studxo
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Fnfth row Myers Bronson Osborn Berlhart Hrskey Davrs Fussell Mayer
Fourth row Lee Seltz Heskett McClenathan Collms Gregory
Thrrcl row aggers Frxtz Tuttle Nllracle Aclcock S Dunham Nesbrtt Losey
Shambaugh Galleher Shields Cordon Puckett Barrel
Second row Benclle jennlngs Budd Richardson Merrm Pittman
Fxrst row Baldwrn Bachelcler Pnce N Dunham Snyder Kung Wllllams
Sponsored by Tennant's Bakery, Mount Grleacl, Ohlo
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Fourth row Truax Hickman Weatherby Hartpence Whlpple
Third row Pmyerd Stmer Lawyer Baird Lanker Moore Sprlggs Keeran
Second row Klmmy Osborn Bronson Loren Thorpe Weatherby Andrew
Flrst row Granger Hershner Baldwin Campbell Beck Brolller Shlpman McCann
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Crifflth, Worthington, Brown, Phillips, Bendle, Hedrick, Denton, Lee.
lo rth row Cypler Blayrey Payr Meckley Coleman
Nl'nrd row Whlte Taylor Pittman Denton Lee Shade Bomberger Armstrong
Pearson Laufter Rhodebeck Rrchards Drlger
Cust row Adcock Paxton Geyer Campbell Baker Blayney Granger Romans
Bending Smlth Rlchardson
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Fourth row Lowther Rhodebeck Bronson Amlck
Thlrd row Wood Bachelder Craven Moore Hershner George Blayney ohnstone
Rinehart Allbaugh Budd McClenathan Lewis Burson Fate Tramer
Dunham Loren Wood
Flrst row Prrclcett Rlnehart Hart Griffith Jollay Mxttag Dennis Mlracle
Llvmgston Chancellor Hobson Denton Ashbrook Taylor Wleland Taylor
Sponsored by The Mt Gxleacl Water Lrght Heat and Power Co
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Sponsored by The Coffee Shop Mount Cllead Ohm
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Mt Clletad has reason to be proud of this year s debating squads The neg
atlve team finished with no defeats and the affirmative team was defeated only once
This group of victories secured for the Mt Gilead schools the plaques that were to be
presented to the teams which finished with the highest percentages in the county
Sponsored by Campbell Auto Supply Mount Gilead Ohio
Sitting: Miss Richards, coachg Richard White, alternate: Mildred Peoples,
Standmg Frances Gordon alternate Ford Worthxng thlrd speaker
Srttmg ane Grrffrth frrst speaker Mlss Rrchards coach ulra Campbell second
Below IS the Mt Gllead Debatmg Schedule
Date Mt Gllead Aff vs Mt Gilead Neg s
Feb Il ohnsvrlle here Sparta there
Feb I8 Cardmgton there Edison fhere
Feb 25 Chestervllle here ChCStCfVlIlB there
Mar 3 Marengo there Iberla here
Mar 7 Harding Hlgh herej Hardlng Hlgh fthere
I., Pc Neg
750 Mt Gllead
2 500 Sparta
Sponsored by Sterrltt s Mrllmery Mount Crlead Ohro
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THOMAS E BEN DER
ust one of the fellows that is how vse consider lqommy our coach He has
been here for three years and his p pularity has mcrea ed by leaps and bounds among
the parents students and noembeis of the faculty It is due to his plenchcl coaching
that many of Mount C-lleads athletic victories have occurred
Miss Perkins a new teacher this vear proved to be a very capable coach of
place rn the county Not only has she been successful as a coach but also as the
director of the senior high girls physical education c ass
Mr Moler the Junior high coach is also one of the new teachers H
tlrmgly coached the Junior high teams and gave and to the senior hugh coaching H
has done very commendable work
Sponsored by Jerry s Restaurant Mount Gilead Ohio
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girls basketball. She had a team, composedhmostly of new material, which gained second
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Standing Keeran George Perkins coach Fate Adcock manager, C-r1fHth
Slttlllg C-r1I'Hth Andrew Weatherby Whitney Adcock Hull
Sponsored by Jackson and Shaw Beehxve Mt Gilead Ohlo
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Sanding Hartpence Cryder Brown fBender coach Hull Coleman Mathews
and Campbell fmanagersj Bendle
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Frrst row Bender fcoach Granger Weller Cryder Hull Cyphers Brown Truax
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Bottom row Geyer Keeran Lee Payne Granger Sprlggs Coleman Osborn Miracle
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Top row: Moler fcoachl, Smith, Bending, Paxton, Denton, Griffith, Wieland, Liv-
Thls IS the gurl s rhythm class whlch has been ln charge of Mr Moler for the
past year They have learned many fancy dancmg steps Some of the dances they were
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a Shoddlsh and Schoolday Antics If you thunk these girls are slow want ull you see
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Sponsored by the Mt. Gilead Hardware and Implement Co.
The Annual Athletrc Banquet was held ln the hrgh school gymnaslum March
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of Education the faculty and the high school students A brref program was glven
Justm Earley acted as toastmaster Letters were presented to the members of the
athlehc teams by Mr Bender and MISS Perkins the coaches MUSIC was furnished
by the Lollypoppers Mr H R Townsend the State Athletrc Commlssroner was
the speaker of the evemng
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The future of any organlzatlon depends upon the present Every year the
Jumor Hrgh Band furmshes talented puplls to take the place of those m the Semor
Band who have fmlshed therr career m the Mt Cllead Hrgh School May they stnve
to mamtam this orgamzatlon
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Girls ' Glee Club
Fourth row Blake Romans Campbell Flssell Hlskey Osborn Bronson Myers
Thrrd row Jensen McKee Adcock George McCamman McLa1n Heskett Losey
McClenathan Calleher Hunt Crrffith Whitney
Second row Peoples Boyer Adcock Brlckley Morton Sprdell
First row Hart McClelland Tuttle Kmg E. Heskett Claypool Hershner Miracle
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Frfth row Budd Gordon Brolller Weatherby H Shambaugh Durkee
Fourth row Hlldebrand Mathews Whrpple Coleman Cyphers Moore Nesbitt
Thlrd row Granger S Dunham L Shambaugh Hull Campbell Kelly Crycler
Truax C Budd
Second row N Dunham Payne ennmgs Baldwm Lee Hayden Andrews Cole
Flrst row Snyder, Worthlng, Earley, Prlce, Weller, Blayney, lVlcCamman, King
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The senior high school band under the direction of Mr M Crimm who
has been with us for the last two years had a very successful year
Mr Crimm was always willing for the band members to render their services for
any community affairs lhey also played for several of the football games
lhe senior band won the first prize at the Morrow County Pair both in playing
and in appearance
Mr Crimm organized a Junior band at the beginning of the year which will
greatly aid the senior band next year Both bands of the high school gave a concert
October 20 in the high school gymnasium The senior band furnished the music at a
program given by the American Legion celebrating the Washington Bicentennial in the
lhe band lost this year six members who will be greatly missed Eileen Brick
lev Ruth Morton Alvin Budd Stanley Mathews ustin harley and Russell Weller
lhe Cilee Clubs this year consisted of ninety voices from the senior high school
Practices were held once a week throughout the year under the direction of Mrs How
ard Evans Dorothy Heslcett and Corrine Hershner were pianists for the organizations
lhe girls made their hrst appearance in October at Bryn Zion Church. A
concert was given in February by both the glee clubs assisted by the junior high glee
clubs. Both the boys and girls clubs furnished music for the evening service at the
Presbyterian Church in February and for a service at the Baptist Church on March 24.
A group of senior high boys known as the 'Lolly Poppers were organized
the second semester. 'They sang at the athletic banquet Parent-Teachers meeting
Kiwanis dinner and tor other occasions.
During the Christmas xacation seven senior high students had the pleasure of
singing in the State Chorus. The program was given in the Memorial Hall at Columbus
under the direction of Mr. ones of Cleveland. The following students represented Mt.
Gilead in the chorus: Eileen Brickley, Dorothy Heslcett, Frances Gordon, Ruth Mor-
ton, Justin Earley, Lowell Shambaugh, and Harry Cryder.
Sponsored by Campbell Meat Market, Mt. Gilead. Ohio
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Edltor IH Chlef Clrculatlon Manager
Vlfgll Hull Ruth Morton Ford Worthlng
Athletics Edltor Actlvltles Editor Advertlsmg Manager
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The semors wrsh to take this means of expressing therr gratitude to Mlss Eva
Gardner for the Influence that she has exerted on them ln her teachlng and rn her every
As a teacher of Latm she rs unexcellecl She has a thorough knowledge of
the subject Thrs she has acqurred through study and through travel rn the Latm
countries She has made Latm a lrve subject and has created much mterest rn the course
Sponsored by Whlte Greenfield Inc SIIICIBII' Gas and Orls Goodyear Tires
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Tlnrd row Snyder Cole Andrews Granger
FIYSQ row Whltney Grlfflth Gardner Spldell Morton Bennett Romans
Sponsored by jim Dugan Marlon Ohm
Second row: Howard, Campbell, Osborn, Weller. Kelly, Cryder, Budd, Brollier
The Slgnum celebrated lts tenth anmversary this year on the l4th of March
The pubhcatron of the blgnum shows a steady Increase both ln the slze of the paper and
ID the number of copxes publlshed It IS hoped that these rmprovements will contmue
The hrst edrtron was a carbon copy The typing was done by the Srgnum
staff There were just twenty Hue copres made contamrng four pages wxth no cover
Tl rese copies were glwen to the members of the stafl and the members of the class
The Srgnum was publrshed hrst by the Junror class whlch continued the publr
catron ln lts semor year Smce then rt has been edrted by the semor class with the
exceptron of one year when agam a junror class assumed the mrtratlve
The publrcatron of the Slgnum has created a new Interest rn the Latm classes
and many new rdeas have been dexelopecl such as the Roman Banquet and the Latm
Play From the proceeds of thrs paper a beautiful bust of Vergll was purchased
for t' e Vergrl blmlllenrlum ard was placed ln the Latin recltatlon room
Tl'e edltrorrs of the Sronum are now made on the mrmeograph Ninety copres
are made each trme lhe school at Greenfield Indiana was the hrst school to exchange
Latrn papers wlth Mt Gllead Thrs exchange has contrnued for the last ten years
Thls paper rs exchanged with thlrty two schools and colleges at the present time
Tl ere are many Oflglflal drawlngs ln the paper to illustrate artrcles Each copy has
an artrstrc cover and contams srxteen pages or more There are no copred artrcles every
contrlbutron IS orrglnal worlt slgned with lts author s name
The pubhcatron of the Srgnum has been a success not only because of rts steadv
growth but also because of rts help to all l..at1n students
Very few high school papers contarn all Latrn but the Slgnum rs wrltten entire
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Gilead Hrgh School Lunch was served by the Home Economrcs Department A
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The school was glad of the prxvrlege of entertamlng the Krwams members rn
as much as they have always entertamed the athletlc teams and have also supported the
school ln all their actlvltles
Sponsored by Oberlm School of Commerce Oberlm Ohlo
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Second row: Hartpence, Gordon, Jaggers, Baird, Hershner, Mr. Davis.
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These girls are responslble for the delrclous meals served ln the cafeterla last wmter
Wlth Mlss Houston as supervrsor they are sure to be good cooks The members f
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