Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)

 - Class of 1936

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Roller skating-boys and girls promenaclingg interest- ing activities: Penny-Social, School Exhibitg Junior-Senior Banquet, and many others. 1 llE5llDlll6llDIDlIRlIlAllL5 In the fall of 1924, fourteen eager youngsters started on the not too rosy path of learning. These fourteen, and the others who have since joined us, constitute the grad- uating class of I936. In that first year of tutelage we were thrilled to have been chosen to take part in the production "Tom Thumb's Wedding." From that time until we were in the sixth grade, life went on in a most complacent manner, punctuated here and there with a few merry memories. In 'the sixth grade we tool: part in a grade operetta. Moving on to the seventh grade and into high school was a big step in our lives, for no sooner were we used to the routine of the Jr. High building than we were moved to the imposing edifice of the High School building. While we were in the eighth grade, both the boys and girls intermural basketball 'team won the championship of the schoolg this honor has been held by the girls team ever since, with the exception of the ninth year. Our Junior year was devoted largely to the preparation for the Junior-Senior ban- quet and our class play, "Here Comes Charlie." Now we have reached the last year of our high school days. We are sad in leaving, but we are eager to face the responsibilities which will confront us upon our de- parture. MGMT. GPJIUIIQJIEBAJIID IIPOGDAJIRIIID GDJIE JIEJIIIDTILLIIEQLMQIIUIIGDIINII G. G. Denton DF. G. B. R0biIlSOII Charles Dulnbaugh President 5 , ""' 2'-: --.4 : Vvv. 1' ' -A '," 'V" 'Q" Newly Elected ROY Lim L.. C. Dye GEAUQBHQE IILBCY QIIKHIIEB GEAIIMIUIEIIRA HIGH Sli? D. L. PYLE, H. L. Sl-IIBLER, B. L. WILSON, Principal Superintendent English L. C. MCCARTY, BEATRICE. I-IUFFORD EVERETT K. SI-IIPMP l-listory, Public Speaking Home Economics Mathematics . I , ' 1 il, moi, mrftirt E. E. DAVIS, RUBY GRAFMILLER, T. E. BENDER, JANETTE WIHLANU. Vo.-Ag. Instructor Commercial Coach, Biology Home Economics, -Englis'1 X r . KATHRYN GANTZ. ARTHUR E. MOODY. JOHN E. RAISH, EVELYN AULT, Latin, usic Industrial Arts Music, History Secretary X . MAXINE BARRICK Library 45 Drama Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff 45 Drama Play 45 Class Play 3 L ROBERT PAYN E Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 45 Treas- urer 45 Mizpah .Staff 45 Scribblers Club 4, President 45 Art Editor Scribblers Scroll 45 Athletic Board 4, President 45 Sports Club 1, 2, President 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3 4, Captain 4. HELEN L. GRANGER Girl Reserves 1, 45 Basket- ball 1, 3, 45 Commercial Club 35 Scribblers' Scroll Editor 45 Mizpah Staff 45 Class Play 35 State Shorthand Contest 35 Music and Drama Club 15 Glee Club 1 25 Cheer Leader 1, 2. -h WILLIAM LEE Music 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 45 Sports 15 Music Club 15 Glee Club 1, 2. DON BURNS F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. Officer 3, 45 Drama Club 4, Sec.5 Jr. Class Play 35 Drama Play 45 Sr. Class Play 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Football Mgr. 3, 45 Band 35 Pep Band 35 Editor of Miz- pah 4. LIBERTY RICHARDS 4, dent il 3' Music ,ap Dr f 3 Girl Reserve Basketb 1 , 2, 3, 4,5 ' ld 1, 2' 3, ,215 rbblersi ub 2, 3, , 2 aiass Play 3 4 Ath fylleti yoard 45 Typing Con- test 3, 45 Mizpah Staff 45 Signum Staff 1, 2, 3. ROBERT J. BENNETT Hi-Y 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Sport Club 1, 25 Scrapbook Club 1, 25 Debate Team 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 35 Band 1, 25 Mizpah Staff 4 Drama Play 45 Toastmas- ter Athletic Banquet 45 All County Band 2. if .1 ll' IPGLLY LAUFFER Glee 'Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 25 B. B. Mgr. 3, 45 Vice President 15 Girl Re- serves 15 President Music and Drama 2, 35 Class Play 3, 45 Mizpah Staff 45 Signum Staff 25 Student Council 2. ,wit GERALD LEE Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 O. C. S. 3, 4. E AKER e , 3, 43 0. C. S. b tudent Council 4, ice s.3 Glee Club 1, 23 Girls aseball 1, 2, 33 Pro- perty Manager Class Playl 3, Paper Staff 43 Scribblers Scroll Club 3, 43 Cheer 'Lead- er 1, 23 Mizpah Staff 4. J MELVIN GEYER Football 1, 2, 3, 43 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Jun- ior Stage Mgr. 33 Hi-Y 43 Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Class Offi- cer 3, 4. 0 FLORENCE ARNOLD Basketball 1, 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 33 District Shorthand Contest 3g District Typing Contest 3, 43 Paper Staff 4. J SllEnllNIlllllDlIRS Tl-IELMA BLAYN EY V. Pres. Athletic Board 2, 43 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 43 Treas- urer 2, 3, Pres. 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Commercial Club 33 Treasurer Home Ec. Club 1, 23 Mizpah Staff 43 Class Vice Pres. 43 F. I-I. A.,43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play Stage Mgr. 3. , . 7 sl if gf RICHA D BENDING Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 33 Sports Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Class Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 43 English Club 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Jr. High B. B. 1. 1 ELIZABE F151-1ER Glee 4 ercial Cl 3 jj irl ve gli- , up , ' s , V. r's. , C. r eader 43 Pa- ff 33 horthand Con K 5, 4,kIi4ramural Basket- 1 all , 43 Capt., Intramural Basketball 4. CECIL ADCOCK Football 1, 2, 3, 43 F. F. A Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2 33 Basketball 13 Band 3. jk- - 1 MARY K. PEARSON Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Pres. 25 O. C. S. Club 3, 43 Se-c.- Treas. 43 Girl Reserve 4, Class Play 3, 4. WARREN McCLELLAND Football 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 49 County Band 3, 43 Class Vice Pres. 3. MARCELLA GARDNER Glee Club 2, 3, English Club 2, 3, 43 Class Basketball 2, 3, Scribblers' Scroll Staff 2, 3, 4. ELNORA BURN ETT Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Music and Drama Club 1, Home Ee. Club 2, 35 Commercial Club 43 Girl Reserve 1, 2. SiIE5lINlllllfIDlIRS STUART COVER Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 45 Sports Club 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Pres., English Club 3, Pres., Edit., Debate 4' Pres. Class 3, Mizpah Staff 4. MAXINE PHILLIPS Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 English Club 4, Home Economics Club 35 Drama Club 2, 3. CARL GORDON Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 Commercial Club 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2. EARL BLAYN EY Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4' De- bate 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, reporter in 1, Class Presi- dent 2, Secretary 4, F. F. A. Public Speaking, District 2357 winner, S te winner. ROBERT RICHARDSON Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Sports Club 1, 2, 33 S-crapbook Club 43 Treasurer of Class 43 Stu- dent Council 13 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 43 Baseball 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2. F LORENCE O'MARA Commercial Club 43 Glee Club 43 Paper Staff 43 ,Es- say Contest CMansfieldJ .133 Advertisement C o n te s t iMansfieldD 3. RICHARD DENTON Class Pres. 13 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Sports Club 1, 23 Scribblers Club 3, 43 Bus. Mgr. Signum 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Class Play 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. F M, f . 1+ ALTA E. DAWSON Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl Re- serves 3, 43 Class Treasurer 33 Music and Drama Club 13 O. C. S. Club 2, 33 Drama Club 43 Drama Play 4. 1 ,7,f"y L if HLLM' Lf SSTBMNMTTDIKSS -4 p HQDEBECK G-ir R iv s 1, 2, 3, 43 F. 243' Home Ec. Clu , Pres. 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 All-County Orchestra 23 All-County Band 3, 43 Drum Major 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Mizpah Staff 43 Commercial Club 33 Glee Club 1, 2. ETHELBERT TAYLOR Operetta 1, 23 Class Play 23 A. 3, 4. Q . TI-IELMA M. CAMPBELL Girl Reserve 13 Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Etc. Club Pres. 33 Home Ec. Club V. Pres. 43 Girls Glee Club 1, 23 Typing Contest 3. QR BILL BOMBERGER Class Secretary 1, 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Baseball 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football Captain 43 Athletic Board 3, 43 Student Council " Scrapbook Club 43 Sports 1b 1, 2. RICHARD PITTMAN Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Sports Club 1, 29 Scribblers Club 3, Scrap Book Club 4g All County Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4, All County Band 3, 4g Bas- ketball Mgr. 3, 43 Mizpah Staff 43 Properties Mgr. Jr. Play 3. ALDINE. HEDRICK Drama Club 2, All-County Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 33 All-County Orchestra 2, Commercial Club 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Drama Play 35 Home Ec. Club 1. PAUL SMITH Glee Club 1, 2, 3, I-Ii-Y 2, 33 Drama Club 3, 43 Class Play 3, 4g Track 1, 2. -ff ,,"t'T KATHERINE E. ETTER Glee Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-County Band 1, 25 Home Economics Club 2, 3, Sec. 33 Scribblers Club, Treasurer 4g Girl Reserves 1. al. D 1, SIIEBIINIHIIGDIIRS RUBY MITCHELL Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 O. C. S. Club 2, Vice Pres. 3, Drama Club 1, 43 Class Play 35 Dra- ma Play 43 Student Council 35 Handbook Editor 3. 6 Q3 +1 ' 41, I A KENNETH ELLSWORTH SPRIGGS Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 35 Football Manager ' Pres. 3, Business manager Mizpah 43 Business Mgr. Class Play 3. 2, 3, O. C. S. 3, 4, Sports Club 1, 2, GERTRUDE LAMSON Sigvnum Staff 3, 4, Editor 45 Glee Club 3, Home Econo- mics Club 3, Drama Club 45 Valedictorian 4. RAYMOND L. HARTPENCE Vice President 2, Edison H. S.g Paper Staff 43 Commer- cial Club 3, 4. 1 Faf . I f 4' MARGERY HENDERSHOT Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Home EC. Club 2, 33 Forensic Club 1, Home Ee. Club Treasurer 3, Drama Club 4, Drama Play 43 Signum 3, 4. MERLE SHADE Glee Club 1, Sports Club, Sec. 1, President 2, Track 25 Scrapbook 4 all fl 1 A , I if fwzffffp '-6, IVAN W. FOUST F, F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F. F, A. Treasurer 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES LEE Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Baseball Manager 23 Football Man- ager 3, Travel Club 1. SlIE9lINIlllllDllRS I uf! ARTHUR CYPHERS kFootball 1, 2, Music 1, Sports Club 1, 25 Scrapbook Club 4. 'EILEEN RINEHART Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 45 Home Ec. Club 2, 3, Music and Drama, 1, Signum Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3. JOSEPH WHITE F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, Judging Contest -d 1. S6llUlllllDlIE5NfilIFS GDN JIIDQCMIMMDHESYE K. Etter and M. Henclershot-Pals. E. Fisher and R. Rhodebeck-Smile now! R. Pittman-Who took the picture? N. Hunt and F. Pickens-Always together. A. Hedrick and N. Hunt-Looks like spring. G. Weller ancl S. Cover-Another story being told. D. jollay-Four legs. The new farm shopg below-guess? T. Blayney-Where's the old man? B. Gladclen-Jr. Basketball mgr. 1- CllIflIHIUlRllE5lB IIDGDWNINIT AIINIUID GDIINIHIEB CHIHD GRAD! Standing: R. Wood, B. Snyder, H. Johnston, Fate, F. Pickens, T. Trainer B. George, L. McCracken, I. Etter, M. Wagner, A. Fritz, E. Fisher, L. Spriggs. 'lhird Row: K. Gantz, adviser, E. Blayney, V. Beck, F. Dennis, D. Ault, T Griffith, Ci. Coleman, W. Lewis, Cale, W. Furbay, I. Logan, S. McCracken, A. Moody, adviser. Second Row: N. Reinhardt, H. Batchelor, Dunham, V. Craven, R. Cline Dunfee, IVI. Lewis, H. Budd, N. Hunt, E. Loren, E. Weatherby, S. Lee, D. Kim mey, F. Woodruff. First Row: P. Wieland, D. Jollay, D. Miracle, R. Gladden, Han, E. Hob son, D. Parthemore, K. Potter, D. Bowers, C. Denton. TWD HDDWN AJINIHID TWD GIIND GD! Standing: V. Allison, M. Tuttle, P. Page, P. ,Krout, J. Gladden, A. Bending G. Meckley, J. Brollier, H. Hardman, M. Morton, G. Gordon, M. Boner, E. Brown M. Andrews, A. Geyer. Third Row: Miss Grafmiller, adviser, K. Andrew, P. Davis, L. Shade, I. Al- baugh, H. England, D. Pinyerd, G. Weller, D. Keller, Z. Fissel, P. Swisher, Hed- rick, J. Ramborger, W. Nye, T. Bender, adviser. Second Row: R. Sipe, N. Conant, F. Smith, H. West, S. West, C. Bigony, G McPeek, V. Rhodebeclc, J. Teeple, G. Dill, W. Rhodebeck, H. Heslcett, E. Heacoclc M. Dennis, G. Brollier, D. Smith. First Row: F. Kubhs, Benson, W. Nye, F. Taylor E. Tumer H. McCle Clenathan, l... Linder, H. Denton, C. jackson, W. Ramborger,,W. Powell, D. Nichols, D. Cline. GDIINIUIITJ IIDCIDMVN ANJID GJIHIHIUIRJIEBHEB WND GED! lop Row: D. Mateer, R. Farmer, McPeek, D. Mellott, R. Linn, N. Kester, R. Barler, R. Mason, M. Bendle, T. Bending, M. O'Shaughnessy, D. Lyons, M. Ashbrook. Third Row: Miss Wieland, L. Burson, H. Phillips, G. Fissel, B. Gregory, P. Long, C. Lamson, W. McClelland, R. Pearl, M. Craven, England, Mr. Davis. Second Row: D. England, N. Lee, M. Fisher, H. Phillips, B. Losey, D. Et- ter, V. O'Mara, B. Heacoclc, R. Corwin, Welled, M. Ellis, R. Ault, L. Wood. Bottom Row: R. Blayney, Hall, R. Patesel, D. Taylor, D. Dye, M. Den- ton, R. Trainer, G. Hartpence, N. Smith. ""' SHESVHEBNGIIFHHII AJINIHID llE5lM?flIHllCllUIHll 422-JIRQCMDES Top Row: M. Wood, R. Benedict, E. Brown, M. Mustaine, W. Batchelor, R Parks, C. Tharp, D. McLain, E.. Whipple, R. Coming, W. McCracken, R. Lee, M Levering, R. Perrin. Second Row: Miss Wieland, R. Richards, M. Herron, B. Reed, E. Edgell, A Shade, E. McCammon, M. Losey, l. Gregory, L. Case, M. Baker, A. Wiswell, C Ault, V. Tuttle, B. Andrew, Mr. Raish. Third Row: W. Lee, E. Shelpman, M. Geyer, E. Denton, R. Peoples, P Smith, M. Clapper, V. Krout, A. Morton, M. Richardson, D. Richey, E. Furbay, J Coutchure, B. Ross, D. Miller, H. Talmage, E. M. Woodruff, E. Etter. . n J. Davis, C. West, R. Gompf, M. Breese, B. Ellis, O. Ruhl, D. Wiseman, J O'Shaughnessy, T. Campbell, R. Wagner, V. Tennant, P. Davis. Top Row: C. Davis, B. Brollier, Holtrey, R. Struble, H. George, C. Taylor, T. Herron, R. Cyphers, S. Foster, D. West. Second Row: L. Burnett, Phillips, A. Babcock, V. Kelly, E. Parks, B. Chubb, B. Herron, R. Sesler, D. Breese, B. Trainer, Mr. Shipman. Third Row: H. James, R. Allen, M. Mozier, Hull, B. Bending, Keller, R. McClelland, Teeple, A. Borham, P. Heacock, N. R. Smith, B. Williams. Bottom Row: E. Turner, W. Davis, Fate, H. McClenathan, C. Conning. fH?flIRAlDlIE5 llEQfM3TIlllIb6QlIF6Y Standing: Selma Barnett, Bernice Peoples, Bessie Beckley, Eleanor Ward. Sitting: Mrs. Hoffmire, Gayle Rinehart, Aubrey R Jenkins, Ramel Logan. WHEQRHE Happy IDTUIIR WAN N 1 1 seeking ever-widening horizons GIEAIIMIUIDTUS SGEIISJIINIHIEB WINTER Vacation-Exams-Tom shoveling snow-sliding parties-snowbound buses lllQ9lIPvDllEullt9lIE5lIMll SQDHLVJIIBIIRS STUDENT COUNCIL Standing: England, I. Logan, W. Bomberger, H. L. Shibler, adviser. Sitting: H. Johnstone, A. Geyer, Baker, Wel- lert. The student council is composed of two people from each class and Mr. Shibler, supervisor. The aim of this government is to guide and to assist the students in their dif- ficulties. The group has met several times this year and solved the problems Which have confronted it. HMIUIIZIIDAJIHII SEIIFAIIFIIF AMATEUR PUBLISHERS AT VVORK Melvin Geyer ................ Advertising Manager Richard Bending .... .... A ssistant Manager Polly Lauffer . . Richard Bennett Literary Editor ...SalesManage1 Gerald Lee and Stuart Cover ....... Assistants Robert Payne . . Liberty Richards Richard Pittman B. L. Wilson . Donald Burns .. Maxine Barrick Ellsworth Spriggs Thelma Blayney Helen Granger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Editor . . . . . Assistant . . . Arr Editor Adviser . . . . . . Editor-ln-Chief . . . . . . Assistant Business Manager . . . . . . Activity Editor . . . . . . Assistant lIEnllUlllDlIDlIllINll4l?f llRlIE5lllDfllfDllR6lIfllE5lIRS Back Row: Shade, Hartpence, Wieland, Dennis, Jollay, Bennett. Second Row: Fisher, Etter, Gardner, Burnett, Rich- ardson, Bending, Bomberger, Johnstone, l-lart, Craven. First Row: Coleman, Arnold, O'lVlara, Cyphers, Miss Wieland, Baker, Barrick, Fisher. Collects news, prepares copy, writes business letters. S Ill GL?-f EEZ iam WWW! IEEE lli S SIGNUM Enthusiastic students of the ancient Roman culture- publish Latin paper-revel at annual Roman banquet- Latin play, directed by Mr. Wilson. Miss Gantz, supervi- sor. THE SCRIBBLERS Produce original writings and reports-read stimulat- ing works-prepare unique chapel programs--publish the gems of creative writing efforts in "Scribbler's Scrollf, Mr. Wilson, supervising. GDHRQLXQILJGDHRS DEBATE Standing: E. Blayney, L. McCarty, instructor, R Bennett. Sitting: D. Burns, S. Cover, absent. Spending most of their time seeking data and speak- ing, they received valuable experience. JIHIUIINGY FELLOWSHIP Members sell candy-provide speakers-hold inter- esting discussions-games in club rooms-monthly bean feeds-a few of the many worthwhile activities of Wilson's Hi-Y boys. HEBREW CIIUIHIUIEB QIQJIBIIESAIIWE GIRL RESERVES Girl Reserve Slogan: "To face life squarely." Purpose: To find and give the best. Miss Hufford in charge. flBflDTllllIN1T6lIUIRf'Y GBHBNWKHLHBMHEN FUTURE. FARMERS OF AMERICA Strives to inculcate these four cardinal principles: Thrift, Leadership, Scholarship, and Farming ability. Blayney Wins regional public speaking contest, and is elected President of Ohio F. F. of A. organization. Many other members took part in school activities. Supervised by Mr. Davis. HE., HHIL, Am FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Developing ability to meet the many problems of the future, requiring confidence, poise, and well-rounclecl cle- velopment. Ably directed by Miss Hufforcl. 1EQDlMllNElE5lIROElIlAlb ORDER OF COMPETENT STENOGRAPI-IERS Members strive for higher efficiency-sell cancly and sandwiches at football games-proceecls go for annual ban- quet, Ahly supervised by Miss Grafmiller. -lil IIMIUILISIIDIB ANIID JIDIIRQLMIMIIA DRAMA CLUB One of the new clubs-fonnerly part of Music and Drama-Mr. McCarty, supervisor--presented many plays -one, a public performance, "One Mad Night," chilling, thrilling, directed by Mr. Shibler. O MUSIC CLUB Newly organized by Mr. Raisb-Spring vacation dance-gave chapel program. EAMIDUS SGEIIMINIHIES FALL SCENE Football-Wiener roasts-county fair exhibits-Hal lowe'en-leaves turning. SHDHBQEIAMQ fIt3llHIitDilRTlllS Top Row: D. Miracle, W. McClelland, F. Dennis G. Weller, R. Payne, E. Blayney. Second Row: Raish, K. Anclrew, Hart, R Pittman, I. Logan, R. Gladclen, P. Lauffer, R. Bennett T. Trainer, V. Craven, H. Johnstone, E.. Blayney. Third Row: R. Mitchell, A. Dawson, M. K. Pear son, H. Phillips, M. Phillips, M. Morton, Brollier. Bottom Row: H. Batchelor, V. Allison, M. Ellis M. Tuttle, Glaclden, F. Pickens, P. Krout, R. Cline. rsiocirrs eitgirgiltg eitauuirs First Row: James Ramborger, Warren McClelland, Earl Blayney, Robert Bennett, Gale Weller, Robert Payne, Paul Smith, Jay Gale, William Lewis, Ivan Logan, Phil Wieland, Frank Dennis. Second Row: Dean Jollay, Paul Long, Grover Fissel, Ethelbert Taylor, Leslie Burson, Zeno Fissel, Walter Furbay, Donald Mateer, Max Craven, John Hedrick, John Raish finstructorj. Third Row: Hubert Phillips, Paul Swisher, Jack McPeek, Wayne McClelland, Charles Jackson, Clifton Lamson, Richard Parthemore, Richard Pittman, Richard Miracle, Ted Griffith, Robert Gladden, Rich- ard Denton. Fourth Row: Ernest Hobson, Max Denton, Lowell Wood, George Hartpence, William Nye, Vincent Gregory, Donald Dye, jack Hart. SGDNGIPT lllbllllllillllg GIRLS GLEE. CLUB F. Pickens, A. Dawson, M. Pearson, B. George, R. Mitchell, H Heskett, N. Hunt, E. Fisher, V. Rhodebeck, S. Lee, G. Meckley, D Lyons, M. O,Shaughnessy, M. Benclle, T. Bending, R. Mason, I. Etter, T. Trainer, E. Blayney. Second Row: H. Batchelor, P. Lauffer, F. Woodruff, E. Burnett, H. Phillips, B. Losey, M. Tuttle, A. Fritz, R. Barler, A. Bending, F O,lVlara, M. Morton, G. Gordon, P. Page, H. West, P. Davis, Joh: Raish. Third Row: H. Johnstone, V. Beck. A. Hedrick, M. Phillips, V I Byrd, S. West, L. Burson, F. Brown, Brollier, B. Rhodebeck, G. Dill, J. Gladden, K. Andrew, P. Krout, I. Albaugh, E. Dunfee, R. Corwin. Fourth Row: V. Craven, G. McPeek, D. Etter, V. O'Mara, M Fisher, B. Heacock, M. Ashbrook, E. Heacock, Hardman, Wellert, M. Andrews, A. Geyer, V. Allison, M. Ellis, R. Ault. SENIOR HIGH BAND First Row: D. Keller, D. Wiseman, D. Taylor, M. Mustaine, D. Nichols, E. Spriggs, R. Rhodeheck, E. Blayney, K. Etter, E.. Blayney, P. Smith, Raish finstructorj. Second Row: W. McClelland, R. Parks, P. Swisher, Philips, D Breese, R. Csladden, F. Dennis, W. Batchelor. Third Row: D. Miracle, V. Craven, R. Pittman, Davis, Hart M. Breese, D. Cline, R. Cyphers. HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA NI. Raish, A. Hedrick, D. Nichols, R. Cyphers, E. Spriggs, E Hobson, Philips, D. Parthemore, H. Johnstone, R. Pittman, E. Blay- ney, M. Tuttle, W. Batchelor, D. Keller, R. Rhodebecl-:, E. Blayney M. Breese, Hart, D. Miracle, V. Craven. n JUNIOR ORCHESTRA Standing: Phillips, D. Breese, R. Cyphers, M. Breese, W. Davis, T. Campbell, B. Trainer, Mr. Raish, instructor. Seconcl Row: W. McClelland, E. Taylor, R. Parks, D. Wiseman, M. Mustine, W. Batchelor, B. Ellis, D. Sessler. First Row: O'Shaughnessy, D. Miller, P. I-leacock, N. Smith, Teeple, E. Parks, Keller, V. Kelly. PEP BAND Standing: Earl Blayney, V. Craven, Hart, C. jackson, Raish finstructorb, E.. Spriggs, W. Batchelor, A. Hedrick, D. Keller. Sitting: D. Nichols, E.. Hobson. MWC rrermulrs Seated: M. Denton, M. Morton, Kester, R. Barler J. Brollier, Hardman, V. Byrd, l... Wood. Second Row: A. Moody, D. Mellott, D. Smitla, D Pinyercl, Gale, B. Gladden, B. Osborn, Benson, G l-lartpence. Third Row: D. Mateer, D. Cline, R. Pearl, Mc- Peek, R. Blayney, C. Mellott, M. Craven, England R. Farmer. BEQAW E?56m BLACK HAWK STAMP CLUB To further the interest in Philately-collect rare stamps-purchase Catalogue and magazines-gave inter- esting chapel program. O SCRAPBOOK CLUB Keeps record of school activities-members make in- dividual scrapbooks, containing material of personal interest -supervised by Mr. Shipman. QWGEM SPORTS CLUB OUR MOTTO: It makes no difference whether we win or lose, but how we play the game! I JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES Newly organized by Miss Wieland. Aiming to form girl scout troup. ACiIfiIHlUI15iIEPiIUliflE HBGDAIIRHD i Adviser ..... .... M r. D. l... Pyle President ...... ..... B ob Payne Vice President ...... ........ T helma Blayney Sec. and Treas. ................ Liberty Richards Bill Bomberger, Dick Miracle The Athletic Board carried on their work very successfully this year. They spon- sored the Athletic Banquet held March 25. Ed Penisten of the Columbus Dispatch and Fritz Mackey, freshman football coach of Ohio State University were the guest speakers. GEIIHIIAIIMIIHDS Back Row: R. Blayney, Wright, Burson, Cline, Burklew Ramborger, Fissel, Craven, Wieland, Parthemore, Keller, Dye. Second Row: Coach Bender, Logan, Lee, Gordon, Weller, Payne, Bencling, Kubbs, England, Burns, mgr. 'lhircl Row: Lewis, Cover, Geyer, McClelland, Adcock, Bomberger, Dennis, Bennett, Richardson, Denton. FOOTBALL SCORES Mt. Gilead 0 Shelby I3 .... . . . Butler 0 .... . . . 33 Sunbury 6 .... . . . 37 Bellville 0 ..... . 33 Fredericktown 6 . . . . I9 Danville I3 . . . . 33 Ashley I4 ..... . 39 Loudensville 0 . . . . . . Z6 Madison I4 . . . . . . 32 MID-STATE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Tommy Bender has reason to be proud of his l935 football team. Out of a squad of about forty-five boys Tommy picked a team composed of ten seniors and one sophomore which fought together as one man. As a member of the Mid-State League for the past three years, Mt. Gilead has assiduously striven to win. This year, during the last game of the season they achieved their goal by defeating Madison. They are now Champions of the Mid-State League. 'lg his year the team loses thirteen seniors: Captain Bomberger, Lee, Richardson, Payne, Bending, Gordon, Blayney, Geyer, McClelland, Bennett, Adcock, Cover, and Denton. Four members of the team made the All Mid-State League Team. They are: Richardson, Bennett, Payne, and Weller. Geyer and Blayney have been placed on the second team. 5 ,Sl!EfEN.IIEDRS,1N HDHMRSDN Q n ,,r, , ,,,,,,, Q . .5 2-' , i n "':.. Q fM - ' '255 V My ,M 1 ' an JV . ' , or or r r r o , r r r r ff. M ...Q -- d VV 1,V. AQ- . A ,V - ' A f H if Q A E,, f W fi A, ..- . F V A V V . ...11, ,:,:..:,. V V V X A rz., x V A 1 1 I " L ",' 37 ,ZZ I :zi r w iw , V ,,,,, ,.., .. ,...Q iw f 1,., if 51. , 4 , ., A Q f V . ' . ,,,,,,.. la, Y. . "' Q 'QI' ' . - r - ' fn af AV .13 V:i:,:,,',1..1 ... .,.,5:5.,V V: V we 55: , waifmu , . ,puww A , V th :wer 3 V- We W ' 'ri V :5.VVV V , ' ' Q : VV 'AV W ,,,3 . SW.. - Lee, McClelland, Bending, Elayney, Geyer, Bomberger, Bennett, Gordon, Payne, Denton, Adcock, Richardson, Cover IIEIIHIIIIITBIIESIR IIIQIIIEAIIDIIEBIIRS Elizabeth Fisher and Neva I-lunt "I-low They Can Yellu BOYS Shelby 29, Mt. Gilead 26 Edison 9, Mt. Gilead 39 Sparta 28, Mt. Gilead 29 Galion I9, Mt. Gilead 22 Chesterville I3, Mt. Gilead 30 Cardington I3, Mt. Gilead 34 Sunbury 20, Mt. Gilead 23 Iberia I6, Mt. Gilead 22 BASKETBALL SCORES Marengo 26, Mt. Gilead 49 Iberia 32, Mt. Gilead 25 Fredericlitowr. 27. Mt. Gilead 23 Johnsville I7, Mt. Gilead 26 Sunbury 22, Mt. Gilead 29 Cardington 35, Mt. Gilead 30 Edison 22, Mt. Gilead 46 Johnsville 44, Mt. Gilead 38 COUNTY TOURNAMENT Iberia 24, Mt. Gilead 34 Marengo I4, Mt. Gilead 37 Sparta 25. Mt. Gilead 35 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Sparta 20, Mt. Gilead 47 Groveport 44. Mt. Gilead I8 Edison IO, Mt. Gilead I0 Sparta 9, Mt. Gilead I5 Chesterville IS, Mt. Gilead 31 Cardington I5, Mt. Gilead I7 Iberia 2, Mt. Gilead 20 O GIRLS SCORES Iberia I6, Mt. Gilead 20 Johnsville I7, Mt. Gilead I3 Cardington I6, Mt. Gilead I5 Edison I4, Mt. Gilead 23 Johnsville 22, Mt. Gilead I4 Marengo 8, Mt. Gilead 25 lIl5ASllKfllE?flIUIlbAlIt9llt9 IIBGDGYS Standing: Coach Bender, Kubbs, Craven, Fissel, Weller, Miracle, Smith. Reclining: Bending, Richardson, Wieland, England, Burson, Coleman, Lee, Gale, Payne, Dennis, Bomberger. Richard Pittman, senior mgr. absent. Champions of Morrow County, and winners of the first round of the Central Dis- trict Tournament. With this fine record back of them, the Mt. Gilead basketball 'team has gained a firm hold in the front ranks. While this season has not been without its de- feats, we are justly proud of 'the boys this year. Coach Bender should be complimented for his developing a team with stamina, a great offensive ability, and a sense of fair play. Imhe season was rather hard with two games being played about every week. The hoys defeated several Class A teams this past season, a highly admirable record. Two boys were placed on the All-County Team: Dick Miracle and Captain Bob Payne. IILBASIIIQIIEBGIIUIBQMILQIILJ QLMIUIRIIIQS Top Row: H. Johnson, Junior Mgr., E. Loren, P. Davis, Coach Bender, S Lee, V. Rhodebeck, Losey, P. Lauffer, Sr. Mgr. Second Row: L. Richards, I. Weatherby, R. Rhodebeck, R. Grafmiller, ass't Coach, I-I. Granger, T. Blayney, Baker. First Row: M. Andrews, O'Shaughnessy, A. Geyer, Wellert, Dunham. 0 h i WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR DEEP AP-f PRECIATION TO THE MERCHANTS IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES WHOSE ADVERTISING HAS MADE THIS BOOK POSSIBLE. 4 ,6 aaaEWg8' . ar- uasaazznfgyamigv YV A 8 dt ""f ff urance ol. We " ' 50' . 40' 'WWI fwd P'm""f"8 temperatures main- 1 I- fvifffff fn the sf: 4A------- f---4-1 -.-Q---V. refrigerator. z ' rr to ' V11"'Q "'. "' "f '2AA' -,: 1 -ff":. ',A1: Year 'Round Insurance You Should Own l-lealth knows no season. lt's important that the 'Food you eat be insured against spoilage every day out of the year. Silently, dependably an Electro- lux gas refrigerator guards Food the year 'round at no greater cost than other methods lor summer only. lt costs less than 3 cents a day to operate an Electrolux. See this marvel of modern refrigeration that HEADS THE PARADE FOR '36, at - QL QM WM, :W Gas Doesn't Cost . 1.1! PAYS! -P3 TRAINING The graduate will long remember and look back to COM- MEN CEMENT DAY! Commencement-of WHAT? What will be the road YOU will travel? ON and UP or BACK and DOWN? The determination of that road lies largely with YOU. A recent writer says this, "YOUR job is as good as your training for it. America is no place for an amateur." VVhat, then, is your attitude towards the future? Will you TRAIN for it? Then remember this. There has been originated no better scheme of training than the combination of THEORY with the PRACTICAL. Our best wishes go with you into the fu- ture. THE HYDRAULIC PRESS MFG. COMPANY, Mt. Gilead, O. "Where Theory and PRACTICE .are successfully combined" A FRIEND . l HERFF-JONES COMPANY Designers And Manufacturers Of Class Jewelry, And Graduation Announcements Cups, Medals, Trophies Indianapolis, Indiana Official Jewelers To Class Of 1936 Mount Gilead High School Compliments Of R. E. CARTER , Compliments Of EMMET HOLLINGER JERRY S RESTAURANT The Omar Man South Main St, Oven-Fresh Products H. C. GEYER Delivered To Your Car Buyer Of Poultry, Eggs, and Cream Phone 70-K A FRIEND THE UNION REGISTER Is A Home Newspaper Devoted To The Best Interests Of IVIt. Gilead And Morrow County As An Advertising Medium It Cannot Be Excell ed In Its Field. i11 BGLES-DANDURAND STUDIO Portrait And Illustrative Photography School And College Photographs 123 1-2 S. Washington St. Phone 2439 Tiffin, Ohio Compliments Of ASMAN DRUG STORE S Compliments Get Your of P E R M A N E N T S At DICK'S SHOE REPAIR C O L E S 35 South Main Street DICK HINDMAN, Prop. Compliments Of BLAYNEY AUTO SALES AND SERVICE GET IN TUNE WITH THE FUTURE COOK ELECTRICALLY N GW ffeed0 fm ll yo 00ki cares- m m a ur C ng QQ VVhen you cook with electricity it gives Ewa- you cooking simplicity-CLEANLINESS, X I ECONOMY, HEALTH, and more leisure Cooking electrically costs only 1-3 as much aS you think it does! An investigation will cost you nothing. THE MT. GILEAD WAT ER, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER COMPANY D., 37 South Main Street Phone 51 Compliments Of PICKERINGTON 7 CREAM STATION WM. OMARA, Prop. LOGAN BARRICK, Mgr. 13 N. Main St. Compgfents LEVERlNG'S T FAIR GROUND SERVICE RESTAURAN Quick And Courteous Service J- E- R0ySt011 SPECIAL LUNCHES SHORT ORDERS Compliments HOME MADE PIES AND CAKES of ICE CREAM DYE' S GRQCERY Mt. Gilead, Ohio All graduates are assisted in secur- ing positions. Write or phone today. A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL -..l.11-. There is located at Oberlin a business training school which has made a reputa- tion for itself. It trains young men and women for the better class of business office and secretarial positions. It was founded in the '60's following the close of the Civil Wal' and is Olle of the oldest schools of business training in the U. S., Ihaving had 10,000 Students during its long history of three quarters of a century. Among its graduates are many who have reached higih places in the business world. For some years it was called the Oberlin Business Instituteg in 1885 the name was changed to Oberlin Business College, whicih it retained lmtil 1925 when its courses were again enlarged, at which time the name was changed to the Oberlin S0h00l of Uomnlerce. It .has been under its present management for over 50 years, a longer period than any other business school throughout the entire country. With its college trained teachers, with graduation from high school its entrance requirement, with its strong courses, and by admitting only high school graduates and only at the beginning of terms, this school is in a. stronger position than ever. Young people who go to Oberlin for intensive business training' will have as fine opportunities as can be secured anywhere in this country. Attend Marion Business College, Mauon, Ohio for an advanced course of tl alning in Bookkeeping, Account- ing, Shorthand, Typewriting, Dicta- phone, Machine Bookkeeping, Mim- eogi aphing, and Civil Service, Goods both State and Federal. Phone 83 Telephone 2767 J. T. BARGAR, Pres. MT. GILEAD BAKERY Home Of Quality Baked M. A. WATTS, Prop ,i Compliments Of Compliments MT. GILEAD HARD Of WARE AND IMPLE- HELLER's 5 . TO 1.00 MENT co. STOIQE S H. R. Fate Compliments Of TEXACO SERVICE THE COFFEESHOP H. M.SH'x1l6s2ill?oqMUr. Mt. Gilead, Olmio , 3 Lunches ...,........ . ......... 301: Dinners ....................... .. .... 40c Vegetable Plate u....... 25c Fountain Service Short Orders REXALL DRUG STQRE Roy V. Whiston, Prop. Compliments Of GRUBER'S HARDWARE Frank Gruber. Cwner SPRING AND SUMMER FOOTWEAR Nunn Bush And Edgerton Shoes For Men Wilber Coon Arch Type Shoes For Women Ball Band Rubber Footwear Cost Less Per Day's Wear PITTMAN AND SON Northwest Corner Square Mt. Gilead, Ohio Compliments WAGNER BROS. of Coal, Feed, Seeds, LlNN'S BARBER SHOP , . "It Pays To Look Well" Fertilizer, And 11 1-2 S. Main St. Building Material MERLE LINN, prop. Compliments Of JIM DUGAN STORE Marion, Ohio Clothing And Shoes ZELLER AND GALLEHER MEATMARKET Home dressed meats and staple groceries We appreciate your patronage Phone 72 50 South Main St ' 5325.00 A MONTH BUYS ANY NEW FORD V-8 With Usual Low Down Payment DAY STAUFFER INC. Sales I Service Mt. Gilead, Ohio Compliments Of WORTHINGTONS W E A R E BARBER SHOP S P E C I A L I S T S '4Bob" and '6Puss" In Garment Flattery Fm Women Coats, Suits, Dresses And Accessories TI-HE WHITE HOUSE Phone 204-lVIt. Gilead I...ACEY'S BREAD "Enough Saidn LACEY BAKERY Mt. Gilead, Ohio Compliments Of KROGER GROCERY CO Mt. Gilead, Ohio Robert Cruikshank.. Mgr. Where Dependable Mer- chandise And Service Are Found "I-lardware For HARD WEAR" Gift presents, ABC Wash- ing Machines, Paints and Varnishes, Congoleum Rugs, Rug Shampoo, Spring Housecleaning Equipment., WILSON and MATHEWS Co. Phone 62-lVlt. Gilead, Ohio With Our Sincere Best Wishes To The Class of 1936 DENTON INSURANCE AGENCY G. M. DENTON Compliments Of C R A V E N ' S BADER RADIO SALES AND SERVICE Zenith Radios Easy Washers Norge Refrigerators Chamber's Gas Ranges Tubes, Batteries, and Qth er Radio Supplies l SENIORS WHO desire to qualify for Profitable Business Posi- tions are invited to write or visit OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL 48 E. Gay St., Columbus, O. CHEVROLET The only complete low priced car. AULT MOTOR SALES lVIt. Gilead, O. Morrow County' s Leading New and Used Car dealers. Compliments Of STANDARD OIL CO. Sohio Products C. NI. Garby Compliments Of ENGLAND'S PRESSERY FORT WAYNE ENGRAVING COMPANY Compliments Of THE FARMERS' HARD- WARE and IMPLEMENT CO. Florence Houseberg Expert Watch Repairing CAMPBELL'S MARKET Meats, Groceries, a n d Fruits Mt. Gilead, Ohio 29 S- Main St- R. L. CAMPBELL Compliments Of MCRROW CREAMERY I S A L Y ' S Quality Dairy Products and Delicatessen Ice Cream for any occa- sion Fancy Moulds, Bricks or Compliments Bulk of . I Hot Butter Toasted Nuts Meet the gang here Lunches, Sandwiches, and Fountain Service DALE BACHELDER Phone 431-Mt, Gilead, O. CAPITOL THEATER Compliments Of A ARTHUR W. AULT Phone 353-lVlt. Gilead, O. "Say It With Flowers" BETZ FLORAL CO. Mt. Gilead, O.-Phone P226 MT. GILEAD LUMBER CO. Lumber and Building Material Mt. Gilead. Ohio Fine Printing Of All Kinds THE SENTINEL has been an outstanding Morrow County Institution for over 80 years The Sentinel Publishing Co. 5 COMPLIM1-:NTS Of THE UNION STORE Compliments Of H. J. 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