Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1937
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THE MIZPAHA 77 7 777 77 7777 7 777 7 7 7 77 71936-37
In getting together this Mizpah the members of
the Class of l937 have used an idea entirely different
from those used in preceding books.
We hope that you will like our new plan, and
enjoy our many added features in the back of the
Terry Griffith, Editor.
THE MIZPAH 1936-37
In token of our gratitude and sincere appreciation
of Miss Gantz, who has given freely of her time and
effort in the forward interests of the Mount Gilead
High School, we, the Seniors, do dedicate this book.
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Around this seat and lovely scene
In Our memories oft will stray,
fi! To friends and comrades ever dear,
Though many miles away.
THE MIZPAH-,i,7 Y 7 Y iii ,, 777777, ,,7,v,1936-37
D. B. Roecler, Superintendent
W. Elliott, Principal
B. L. Wilson, English
L. C. McCarty, History, Public Speaking
Beatrice Hufforcl, Home Economics
Arthur E.. Moody, Industrial Arts
J. W. Bixel, Music, History
Kathryn Gantz, Latin, Music
C. L. Hopkins, Coac , Biology
Avory Caldwelliv- mmercial
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THE MIZPAHY' Y, in 7 Y, ' ,1f'f,7,, 141936-37. .1
MOUNT GILEAD BOARD OF EDUCATION
Standing: Roy Linn, L. C. Dye.
Seated: G. G. Denton,
Dr. G. B. Robinson, Presidentg Charles Dumbaugh
Everett K. Shipman, Mathematics
Janett Wieland, Home Eco., Eng.
A. Bishop, Vo. Ag. Instructor
Alta Dawson, Secretary
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Student Council .... sagacious, scholarly, sequestered,
sedate .... self-possessed, sensitive, shilly-shallping
scltemers .... solemn, sincere, stern sorts .... ,.
'lihe Student Council is composed of two members from each of the upper six grades.
Its members are directly responsible for all chapel programs which have included many
ectivities by the various school clubs and lectures given by wprofessional men outside of the
'lhe Council has proved a very worth while group in the schoolis administration
THE MIZPAHW, 7 iw " ' W, 7 Q , 711936-37
Cla sses .... D iscussions .... Work .... Thought. .
. .Steps .... Chapel .... Autumn .... Shivering. .
. .Football .... Winter .... Dales .... Bashetlva-ll.
. . .Dances .... Spring .... Air .... Nights . . .
Exams .... Commencement .... Then What ....
Oh, the years we spent at Gilead
We never shall forgetg
When we pass beyond her guidance,
They will inspire us yet.
THE MlZPAHg, Y , ,,,, A L. , L 1936-37 '
72 our .freshman .Mar
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Special Chorus 25 Sports
Club 1. 25 Scrapbook Club 45 School Paper
Staff 45 Jr. I-Ii. BB. 15 Intramural BB. 1, 2,
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Chorus 35 Pep Band 45 All County Orch. 1,
2, 3, 45 All County Band 35 Scrapbook Club
35 Music and Drama 1, 25 G. R. 2, 3, 45 Sec.
G. R. 45 Class Treas. 35 Class Play 35 All
County Chorus 35 Intramural B.B. 1, 25 De-
Baseball 15 Jr. Hi. B.B. 15 Newpaper staff 45
F. F. A. 2, 35 Art Club 45 Stage Mgr. Class
Play 35 Baseball 35 Intramural B.B. 2, 3, 45
F.F.A. Judging Team 2, 3.
BUDD, HELEN UNITA
Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Special Chorus 45 O.C.S. 1,
2, 35 F.H.A. 45 G.R. 45 Intramural B.B. 1, 2,
3. 45 Intramural B.B. Capt. 25
Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Special Chorus 3, 45 Scrib-
bler's Club 2, 35 Scribbler's Scroll 2, 35
Drama Club 15 Mizpah Staff 45 G.R. 2, 35
Class Play 35 All County Chorus 35 Typing
Contest 35 Intramural B.B. 1, 2, 35 G.R. Con-
Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 45
Class Treas. 25 Scrapbook Club 35 Glee Club
1, 25 School Paper Staff 35 Intramural B.B.
45 Sports Club 1.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 45 Pep
Band 3, 45 All County Band 35 All County
Orch. 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Special
Chorus 3, 45 All County Chorus 3, 45 Signum
Staff 1, 25 Mizpah Staff 45 G.R. 2, 3, 45 Music
and Drama 1, 25 Scrapbook Club 35 Class
Play 35 G.R. Sec. 45 Newspaper Staff 35 Typ-
ing Contest 35 Literary Contest 25 Librarian
35 Intramural B.B. 1, 25 Student Council 25
B.B. 2, 3. 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, , ,
Vice Pres. Hi-Y 45 Scrapbook Club 35 Scrap-
book Club Pres. 35 Class Pres. 15 Band 1, 2,
3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 2,
3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 1, 2.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 F.F.A. Vice
Pres. 45 Intramural B.B. 1, 2, 3. 45 F.F.A.
Judging Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 4.
DUNFEE, ESTI-IER A.
Bellaire-G.R. 1,25 Mt. GileadfG.R. 3, 45
G.R. Vice Pres. 45 Glee Club 35 Drama Club
B.B. 2, 35 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 25
Scribbler's Club 35 Mizpah Staff 45 Glee Club
1, 2, 35 Class Play 35 Literary Contest 25 In-
tramural B.B. 1, 45 G.R. 2, 3. 4.
green" as Meg come.
THE MIZPAHW ,, , 7' ff ,,,' if '7 'A' ., ""...., ",.1936-37i, i.l'l
iff cyopbomores we were
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Home Ee. Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 B
Intramural B.B. 45 School Paper 4. X
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Glee Club 2, 45 Scrapbook Club 35 Music and N' 'X
Drama Club 1, 25 G.R. 2, 3, 45 G.R. Treas. 35
Class Sec. 45 Typing Contest 35 B.B. 15 Miz-
pah Staff 45 Librarian 45 Student Council 1, E'
Intramural B.B. 2. X
FISHER, ERNESTINE 'B
Fulton-Class Play 15 Debate 15 Intramural A
B.B. 15 Mt. GileadwO.C.S. 2, 3, 45 Vice Pres.
O.C.S. 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Intramural B.B. 2,
3, 45 Typing Contest 35 O.C.S. Play 45 G.R.
45 School Paper Staff 3.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Music and Drama 15 F.H.
A. 2, 3, 4.
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 45 Debate
15 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Pres. 45 F.F.A.
g Judging Team 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Public Speak-
ing Contest 4.
Music and Drama Club 1, 25 Drama Club 3,
45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Newpaper Staff 45 In-
tramural B.B. 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 2, 3. 45 Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Class Treas. 45 Sports
Club 1, 25 Art Club 3, 45 Pres. 45 Basketball
Mgr. 3, 45 All County Band 2. 35 Pep Band 45
Intramural B.B. 1, 2, 3.
Band 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Mizpah Staff 45
Editor Mizpah 45 Football 45 Scrapbook
Club 35 Sports Club 15 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Sec'y. 35
Class Play 35 Vice Pres. Class 25 Signum
Staff 2, 35 Student Council 15 Special Chorus
Student Council 45 Pres. 45 School Paper
Staff 35 Mizpah Staff 45 Class Sec'y 35 Music
and Drama Club 25 Drama Club 35 Pres.
35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Brass Quartet 1, 2, 3, 45 All
County Band 2, 35 All County Orchestra 1,
2, 3, 45 Literary Contest 25 Intramural B.B.
1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 15 Football Mgr. 3, 45
Baseball 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Special Chor-
us 1, 2, 35 All County Chorus 35 Drama Play
35 Class Play 35 Hi-Y 45 Debate 15 Sports
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Glce Club
1. 2, 3, 45 Sports Club 15 Scrapbook Club 35
Mizpah Staff 45 Pep Band 3. 4.
Fulton-Class Play 15 Debate 1. Mt.4 Gilead
-Glee Club 2, 35 O.C.S. 2, 3, 45 Student
Council 45 Intramural B.B. 2, 3, 45 O.C.S.
Play 45 Cheer Leader 2, 35 School Paper
Staff 45 Girl Reserve 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 35 Music and Drama 25 Drama
Club 35 Sports Club 15 Student Council 15
Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45
Newspaper Staff 35 Intramural B.B. 1, 2. 3, 4.
THE MIZPAH 1935-37
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Librarian 2. 35 Mizpar Staff 45 Signum Staff
25 Newspaper Staff 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 1, 2, 35
All County Chorus 35 All County Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 45 Music and Drama Club 15 O.C.S. 25
Scrapbook 35 Class Play 35 Literary Contest
25 Intramural B.B. 1, 25 G. Reserves 2, 3, 45
G. R. Pres. 45 Student Council 35 Debate 1.
Music and Drama 15 O.C.S. 25 Art Club 3, 45
Glee Club 1, 25 Intramural B.B. 15 Baseball
LEE, SARAH ELLEN
Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Base-
ball 2, 35 Intramural B.B. 45 O.C.S. 1, 2, 35
Drama Club 4.
O.C.S. 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 45 G. Reserves 45 Glec
Club 1, 2, 45 Special Chorus 25 Typing Con-
test 3. '
Student Council 35 Class Pres. 25 Class Vice
Pres. 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Sec. 25 F.F.A.
Pres. 35 F.F.A. Reporter 45 F.F.A. Judging
Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 Football 3, 45
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural B.B. 1, 2. 3, 45
Captain 2, 35 Glass Club 2, 3, 45 Special
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Debate 1.
Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girl Re-
serves 3, 45 Drama Club 2, 45 O.C.S. 1, 35
tramural B.B. 4.
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THE MIZPAH X 1936-37
MCCAMMAN, SYLVIA ,M
Glee ciub 1, 2, o.c.s. 1, 2, 3,49 o.c.s. Play 49
O.C.S. Treas. 49 Newspaper Staff 49 Intral
mural B.B. 1, 2.
Alexandria-Newpaper Staff 1, 29 Operetta
1, 2, 39 Glee Club 1, 2, 39 Library 2, 39 Spring
Contest 1, 2, 39 Mt. Gilead-Library 49 Spec-
ial Chorus 49 Honor Society 39 County Chor-
us 2, 39 Intramural B. B. 3.
Football 1, 2, 49 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 49 Base-
ball 1. 2, 3, 49 Special Chorus 1, 2, 39 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Orchestra 39
Class Play 39 Class. Pres. 49 Athletic Board
3, 49 Pres. 49 Hi-Y 2, 3, 49 Pres. 49 Signum
Staff 29 Sports Club 1, 29 Scrapbook Club 39
Library 39 All County Band 39 All County
Orchestra 2, 3.
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 49 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 49
Football 2, 3, 49 Sports Club 19 Scrapbook
Club 39 Mizpah StaH 49 Special Chorus 4.
PICKENS, FANNY LEE
Centerburg-Orchestra 1. 29 Glee Club 29
G. R. 1, 29 Class Sec. 29 All County Chorus
1, 29 All County Orchestra 39 Mt. Gilead-
Orchestra 2, 39 Band 3, 49 Glee Club 3, 49
O.C.S. 39 G.R. 3, 49 Special Chorus 3, 49 Art
Club 3, 49 Art Club Sec. 49 All County Or-
Signum Staff 19 Glee Club 19 Library 1, 2, 3.
Scribb1er's Scroll 1, 29 Circulation Mgr. 1, 2,
39 Stamp Club 39 Stamp Club Pres. 39
Library 39 Hi-Y 3, 49 Hi-Y Treas. 49 Mizpah
anxzbus io be Jenlbrs.
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Glee Club 1, 29 Basketball 1, 29 Baseball 2, 39
O.C.S. 1, 2. 3, 49 O.C.S. Play 49 Intramural
Glee Club 1, 29 Music and Drama Club 1, 29
Scrapbook Club 39 Drama Club 49 Signum
Staff 29 Library 3, 49 G.R. 49 Shorthand Con-
test 39 Class Play 39 Intramural BB 1, 4.
SPRIGGS, LENA R.
Glee Club 1, 29 Basketball 1, 29 Baseball 2,
39 Intramural BB 49 O.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: O.C.S.
Play 49 Shorthand Contest 3.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Special Chorus 1, 2, 3. 49
Music and Drama Club 1, 29 Scrapbook Club
39 G.R. 2, 3, 49 Class Play 39 Shorthand Con-
test 39 G.R. Conference 2.
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WAC-NER, MARIE ISABEL
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Sec. 39 Vice Pres.
49 Mother-Daughter Banquet 3, 49 Typing
Contest 39 Shorthand Contest 3.
Glee Club 1, 29 Basketball 1, 2, 39 Baseball
2, 39 Intramural B.B. 49 Captain 49 Athletic
Board 49 Sec. and Treas. 49 O.C.S. 1, 2, 39
Sec. and Treas. 29 Pres. 39 Class V. Pres. 39
Shorthand Contest 39 Mizpah Staff 4.
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WIELAND, PHIL jr.
Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Orchestra 1,
3, Special Chorus 4, All County Band 1, 25
Sports Club 19 Drama Play 35 Scrapbook
Club 3, Business Mgr. Mizpah 43 Hi-Y 3, 45
Library 39 School Newspaper 2, 35 Class Sec.
and Treas. lg Class Play 3, Football 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 2, 3, 49 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra-
mural B.B. 1.
Glee Club 1, 2, Scribblers Club lg Drama
Club 2, 3, Library 2, 35 Slgnum Staff 3,
Mizpah Staff 4, Class Play 33 Intramural
B.B. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Home Ee. Club 1, 2. 3,45 Extra Projects 1,
Q 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Mother and Daugh-
R ter Banquet 35 Intramural B.B. 4.
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THE MIZPAH' 7 ,, YQ, 'K ' 7 .' , W' fw .l- -QQ 7 ,. A 'W' 1936-37
jovial, jocular jesters of jollity and joy .... ihey are
iubilant jinglegs .... lwut ai iimes juclicaiive .... we
call them funiprs
lop row: P. Davis, S. Evans, B. Nye, E.. Turner, D. Keller, F. Kuhhs, G. Weller
J. Ramborger, D. Cline, D. Nichols, Z. Fissel, D. Pinyerd, W. Wright, C. iVlello'tt
Middle row: Hedrick, Mr. McCarty, F. Taylor, D. Smith, A. Bending, l... Shade
R. Sipe, G. Gordon, V. Rhodebeck, Teeple, M. Hinckley, W. Rhodebeck, M. Boncr,
E. Brown, E. Haecock, lVl. Dennis, M. Andrews, A. Geyer.
lfront row: E.. Woodruff, O. Harris, G, Meckley, G. lVlcPeek, M. Tuttle, P. Page
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slrirlfers .... Now sulyile, sociable, sopliisiicaled speci- V
mens .... we present our Sophomores 5
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'lqop row: R. Patesel, G. Hartpence, W. Bendle, D. Mateer, L. Burson, M. Craven
W. McClelland, R. Blayney, C. Lamson, R. Pearl, D. Dye, England, R. Trainer
N. Smith, M. Denton.
Middle row: L. Wood, E. Burson, B. Reinhardt, D. Taylor, D. Etter, M. Bendle,
M. Fisher, R. McCombs, R. Linn, M. Ellis, R. Farmer, Wellert, M. Ashbrook,
J. Mcljeek, D. Mellott.
Front row: C. Hopkins, Advisorg R. Barler, B. Heacoclc, C. Fissel, B. Losey, G.
Francis, R. Ault, R. Corwin, D. Lyons, M. O'Sl1augl1nessy, N. Lee, H. Phillips,
THE MIZPAI-1 , ,, ,,,,,7,,, Mmm, .... . .1936-37giM
Frowzp fizzles .... foggy .... flowery and flippant. .
. .with a fretful frenzy to be frightfully frivolous. . .
Top row: E. M. Woodruff, Logan, T. Campbell, K. Blackledge, R. Conning
R. Mason, R. Lee, M. Levings, R. Parks, W. Batchelor, H. Burson, E. Whipple
D. McLain, C. Tharp, C. Ault, A. Shade.
Row 2: E. Everhart, B. Reed, E. Edgell, R. Hart, B. Ross, P. Smith, E. Denton
J. Hammond, C. Brokaw, M. Page, E. Furhay, M. Herron, P. Talmage, V. Krout
A. Morton, M. Richardson, V. Tuttle, D. Miller, M. Clapper, Mr. Shipman.
Row 3: I. Gregory, E. Etter, M. Losey, W. Lee, L. Case, M. Wood, E. McCam
mon, E. Shelpman, R. Peoples, A. G. Wisewell, M. Geyer, H. Talmage, D. Richey
B. Andrew, Haynes, Coutchure, M. Baker.
Front row: C. Barler, McMillan, Cox, D. Wiseman, R. Wagner, O. Ruhl
V. Tennant, J. O'Shaughnessy, M. Breese, B. Ellis, G. West.
"-r'4""5M-"THE MIZPAH , ' Q., . . .1935-37
Classes!OF 19 . . . ?
Standing. Top row: B. Brollier, C. Taylor, D. West, R. Cyphers, Noakes, R
Struble, T. Herron, S. Foster, Fate.
Standing. Middle row: Holtrey, H. George, B. Bending, Keller, Hull, I..
Hinckly, V. Kelly, Miss Hufford, N. Smith, B. Williams, R. McClellan, Phillips
Third row, seated: H. James, R. Wright, A. Bonham, Teeple, Wieland, M. Cole
man, B. Herron, E. Parks, P. Heacock.
Fourth row, seated: W. Hildebrand, O. Hildebrand, H. McClenathan, B. Turner
D. Sesler, W. Davis, B. Trainer, D. Breese.
Row One: B. Corwin, R. Corwin, Sesler, D. Boyle, G. Jackson, W. Davis, C
White, C. Phillips, N. Richendollar, R. Pollard, S. Miller.
Row Two: Miss Wieland, D. Bennett, E. Case, M. Geiger, C. McClenathan, H
Szalapato, M. Williams, M. Reed, R. Batchelor, B. Neal, D. Coning.
Row Three: G. Koch, D. Wagner, D. Canterbury, R. Harrison, E. Thompson, V
O'Shaughnessy, B. Ireland, C. Mellott, R. Masters, D. Corwin.
Row Four: K. Beardsley, D. Reinhardt, Geyer, C. Rhodebeck, N. McMillin, B
Ward, J. Fate, E. West.
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Tl-llf. ART CLUB
With lVlr. Moody as their instructor the members of the art cluh developed their
talents along the lines of ceramics, drawing, Woodwork, and printing.
Tl-IE SCRAPBOOK CLUB
The Scrapbook club members, under 'the tutelage of lVlr. Shipman, took as their
project the making of individual scrapbooks. These included such topics as sports, photo-
graphs, and Home Economics.
HE: MIZPAH 1936-37'
COMMERCIAL CLUB PLAY
From left to right: Nina Reinhardt, M. Baker, Miss Caldwell fSupervisorJ, M. Ash-
brook, S. McCammon, V. Rhodebeck, Neva Hunt, G. Gordon, B. Reinhardt, L
Spriggs, B. Reed, R. Sipe, E. Fisher, Teeple.
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Top Row: N. Conant, M. Losey, H. Phillips, E.. Woodruff, B. Losey, C. Fissel.
Middle Row: E. Vvoodruff, E. Etter, W. Lee, D. Etter, M. Fisher, E. Vvoodruff
C. Mcpeek, Miss Hufford.
Bottom Row: W. Rhodebeck, G. Dill, H. Budd, I. Etter, R. Linn, M. Wagrxer, A
Fritz, M. Lewis.
The F. H. A. has taken an active place in the school curriculum this year.
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Top row: P. Swisher, G. Pissel, H. Phillips, D. Ramborger, F. Taylor, H. Denton.
Second row: W. McCracken, P. Davis, E.. Brown, R. C-ompf, H. Burson, V. Gregory,
G. West, A. Bishop, adviser.
First row: R. Wagner, J. Logan, W. McClelland, G. Denton, W. Furbay, I. Logan,
C. Jackson, Davis.
The F. F. A. has proved to be an outstanding club in the school. With the help ol
lVlr. Bishop, the boys were prepared for the public speaking contest. Many interesting
projects have also been completed.
, -JHE MIZPAH , , , , , , , , , , Y , , , Y ,1936-37
Presented by the Junior Class of Mt. Gilead High School Decemlier l0, I926
Directed by Leon C. McCarty.
Esther Rand ..... ..... . . .Virginia Allison
Theodore Rand .
Diana Rand ....
Franklin Rand. .
Julia Rand .....
Donald Rand ....
Clarissa Scott. . .
Midge Waring . .
First Baggageman. . .
. . .Francis Kubbs
. . .Janice Brollier
. . .James Ramhorger
. . .Martha Morton
. . . .Gale Weller
. . .Pauline Page
. . . .Dean Keller
. . . .Maxine Boner
. . .Clifton Mellor
. . . . .Jean Cladden
. . . . . . .Jean Hardman
. . . . . .Bill Wright
Second Baggageman. . . . .Bill Nye
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Music and Drama
The Music Club has been one of the most outstanding clubs of the school this year.
lhey have spent their time studying lives of famous composers and also have had varied
programs, made up of various fields.
ilihe Drama Club has been studying the drama this year, besides putting on several
groups of plays, directed by members of the Drama Club.
"F"-l'-'THE MIZPAH A 1936-37
Clean Speqiih . . Clean Sports .
Standing, top row: L. Burson, B. Ramborger, P. Weiland, Ramborger, D. Jollay,
Standing, second row: K. Potter, M. Denton, D. Dye, B. Nye, B. Gladden, G.
Weller, D. Miracle, M. Craven.
Seated: R. Blayney, G. Coleman, Mr. Wilson, adviser, T. Griffith, England, Hart.
A group of twenty boys, selected from the upper three grades, constitutes the member-
ship of the Hi-Y. They hold meetings once a week. Their room has a ping pong table
and is used for various activities.
Distinctly religious in character their purpose is:
"To create, maintain and ex-
tend throughout the com-
munity high stand-
ards of Christ-
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Follow the Gleam
Top row: E.. Fisher, N. Hunt, M. Ashbrook, D. Lyons, R. Sipe, M. Lewis, R. Wood,
B. Snyder, T. Trainer, G. Dill, H. Batchelor, F. Pickens, Dunham, Fate, E
Blayney, H. Johnstone, president.
Second row: M. O'Shaughnessy, E. Loren, H. Budd, Teeple, M. Tuttle, Brollier,
P. Davis, E. Dunfee, M. Andrews, A. Geyer, Wellert, V. Craven, M. Ellis, Miss
Hufford, Adviser. .
Front row: M. Boner, E. Heacock, W. Rhodebeck, E. Brown, I. Allbaugh, K. Andrew,
P. Krout, Gladden, V. Allison, P. Page, Hardman, M. Morton, B. Heacock,
M. Dennis, R. Ault, R. Corwin.
All activities of the Girl Reserves are designed to lead directly or indirectly to the
fullfilment of their purpose and slogan, Hto find and give the best,', and 'sto face life
Like the Hi-Y, the Girl Reserves are a Christian organization, being part of the
Young Womenis Christian Association.
Miss Hufford served successfully as sponsor of this large high school group.
E M IZPAH 1936-37
Rhythmn ls Their Business
The band is to be highly complimented on its splendid work this year, directed by our
music instructor, W. Bixel.
The Pep Band has been active this year, furnishing pep and enthusiasm at all our
TPiE M IZPAHQQ Y L "" !4 74" ""1936-37
Cords and Discords . . .
The Boys, and Girls' Glee clubs, composed of members of the upper four classes,
practiced once each Week under the direction of lVlr. Bixel.
The members of both of these organizations appeared in many of the chapel programs
throughout 'the entire school year.
THE MIZPAHQHH7 7 ' f,,.1936-37
l.eI:'s All Unite anci Sing
'lihe Special Chorus has met on the average of twice a week this year. It has Worked
hard to furnish special music for our Chapel programs, etc.
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Trumpets, Percussion, and Wind
The orchestra has done very fine work this year, and it may be heartily commended
for its efforts. It has produced for Chapel special music, which the student body has appre-
ciated very much.
YYY YWTHE MIZPAH , YYXY 7 7 YYYY, 7 7 7 7 g,,,,, 7777 KXYY 777777 71936-37i1
Reporters. . .reasonable remonstrators. . .ready relat-
ors. . . roving retrospectives. . .rendering rare reftec-
tions and rampant reports. . . . . . .
The Business English Class sponsors the school newspaper which is published in hotlg
of the local newspapers.
Menibers of the class chose different editors through the year. The rest of the class
act as reporters, interviewing teachers and collecting news for the paper.
This proves good training in journalism to 'the class, and also gives school happenings
to the older people outside of school.
.-i.llTHE MlZPAHiT', Q' j ' W1 i f 'Qfj,1,j ' Q i i1,1f T' 1 11936'37.. 7
Typing. . .Camera. . .Late Hours. . . Deadlines. . .
Printers. . .Engravers . . .Art Work . . .Proofs . . .
Costs. . .Covers . . .Slugs ...Plaies. . .Bora'ers. ..
Dummies. . .Pictures. . .Copies . . .Forms. . .Pages
...Result. . . 1937 Mizpah. .. A
The Mizpah Stall, together with , 5 adviser, Mr. Wilson, has worked all year getting
the Mizpah ready for you. The Mizpah is published each year by the Senior Class, and
endeavors to capture 'the spirit of the school year, and preserve il for you.
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'lihe Commercial Club is composed of commercial students who are encleavoring to
reach a higher degree of efficiency. 'lahey also put on a successful play this year.
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Standing: G. Weller, D. Miracle, Wellert.
Seated: I. Weatherby, Mr. Elliott, Adviser.
'il' he Athletic Board, with members chosen from the athletic squads, represents the
athletic interests of the school.
lihe board sponsored the Annual Athletic Banquet, promoted athletic interests, had
charge of ticket sales and advertising of athletic contests.
The board has a very essential part in the Mt. Gilead High School Athletic depart-
, ,,,+.THE MIZPAH ,, fini? ,Y 7 4, Y ,,,,,,,.,,Wl935-3711.. -.
Turbulent, titanic, tournament throngs. . .thrilling title
tussles. . .tributes to teamwork. . .tllirty-j5ve's trophy
. TROPHY CASE
" In this case are shown the many trophies won for different honors by the Mount Gilead
School. The trophies represent basketball, football, baseball, track, foul shooting, Schol-
astic Award, and Home Economics awards of the past years.
We can always count on our Athletic Squad to contribute a trophy each year. Many
other organizations also contribute to it each year.
THE MIZPAH 7 77 7 7 7 77,7 7 777 77 7 771936-377
Flying wedges .... fumbles .... jit and fearless fight-
ers .... falls .... foxy held marshals .... the Fool-
ALi. .Bi. .Bi. .and the forty points. Q
Rough! Tough! Hard! Big! Mighty! Small! Green Squad! Nluddy Fields!
Injuries! That constitutes our squad and its success this year. Though we won but
two games this year, I'm sure we were better than that. Our opponents always knew that
we were on the field. We never quit until the linal whistle was blown.
We lose but eight out of nineteen lettermen via graduation route: Dennis CCD, Griffith,
Logan, Wieland, Miracle, Lewis, Parthemore, Ramborger.
Weller was the only member of the squad to make the HA!! Mid-State !..eagueTeam."
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Scores, Scars and scares
Marion-Harding-Lost-26-12. Team made good showing. Bob Lee outstanding player.
It was a tough game. Alittle nervous at first. Bill Lewis hurt. Miracle and Weller score.
Butler4Won-7-0. Our line was weak. Butler 'had tough team, scoreless up to last few
minutes of play, when Weller took the ball up the field and olver. Kubbs scored extra
point. We looked worse that we did the week before. Played at fair, before very large
crowd. Had the ball within 5 yd. line two or three times but failed to score. England
Sunbury-Lost-7-6. Trying to play in mud and rain, our shifty backs were of no avail.
VVe scored early in first quarter on an end run by Kubbs. We were very weak on dc-
fense. Kubbs played a very good game. Has promise of a great little quarterback.
Miracle can't take it, gets knocked out. Not a league game, so still undefeated in league.
Bellville-Lost-13-7. Francis Kubbs out for operation. We missed him. Parthemore
and Craven played quarterback. Weller played good, 'hard game. Griffith breaks into
lineup. Pass defense was weak.
Fredericktown4Lost-13-22. They had a fast, hard, fighting team. Our line couldnt
hold, they blocked two punts, one for safety, one for touchdown. Miracle was hurt in
first quarter, tore a ligament in his knee. Wieland played good game. Gut of League
Danville-Won-13-7. Played good game. Blocked and tackled as they should. Wellei
ran wild accounting for all 13 points, headed by fine interference.
Ashley-Lost-8-0. Played in muddy field. Couldn't show any of our' razzle-dazzle foot-
ball. Had to .hit the line and try to keep the ball at the same time. We played a good
game. Ashley had a big, strong team.
Loudenville-Lost-20-0. Revive the War, played on Armstice day. Got off to a bad
start as usual. They scored a touchdown on the first playg then another shortly after-
wards. The last half was an evenly fought game. "Johnny" England showed up good
in running and passing.
Madison-Lost-30-0. It was the last game for Wieland, Logan, Dennis. Griffith.
Miracle, Parthemore. We were completely outsized, and had some bad breaks, Our boys
put up a good tight. Weller and Dennis hurt. Next year's material expected to be good
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Yeah Mt. Gilead, Fight ! ! !
Dennis-"Capt Denny"-Give me a bushel basket, and then throw me that ball.
Wielande-"1"ee Wee"+After I get my feet started, watch me go.
Lewis-"Bill,'-I would have been with you all the way if Parthemore weren,t so
Tough. - -
Griffith-"Grif"-I am always the man in motion, so I can look at the side line, and
read the rules on the "First Pagef'
England-uslohnnyu--I'm good for two touchdowns today. I got that "Good Luck
Kiss" last night.
Miracle-"Henry"-I am a great pass catcher for I use "l..ePage's" Glue.
Logan-"Hay Seedn-That couldn't have been my man that came through, for
he was lying on top of me.
Weller-'iS0ggy"1It's not a good policy to shift gears fGeyerD on a week-end
Ramborger-"Jim,'-Me for my brother "Bill".
Mateer--"Don"-Give me a big crowd, and watch me do my stuff.
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Athletic Big Shots
Cline-"Dave,-I could never catch a pass, but I can knock down the Interference
Burson-"Les"-'lihey tell me I talk 'too much.
Smith-"Smitty"iSay, coach, what cio you have to do to get on this Ai
Mid-State League Team? mi-53,51
Lee-"Annabelle,-By ciod, I'll get him ciis time. G1 gi
Blayney-I..et's get the game over With, so I can go over to Edison. If
Ramborger-"Bill"-I will show you how it is done in the "Navy.7' if 4 I is
I THE MlZPAH,7 1, 1,11llg,l -,4I936-37
MIRACLEA"Senior"--I was small, but mighty. I favored a bad knee which kept me
out part of the season. I was not as fast as I was a year ago, but I tried to make up
for it otherwise. They could depend upon me for at least one or two baskets a game.
As usual, I spent most of my time on the Hoor. The squad elected me Honorary Cap-
tain, and I was also selected as all-county guard.
DENNIS4"Senio1"'-I was the same old Dennis, fumbled passes. and missed lay-up
shots. But I got the tip-off for the boys most of the time, and was a great help to them
on follow up shots, and in getting possession of the ball from the opponents basket.
I was the coaches' selection for second team all county center.
VVIELAND-"Senior"-I am tall with big feet. I played my best all the time I was in
there. Though, defensively, I had some weak points, I more than made up for it on
offense. I was the team's leading scorer for the season, and also one of the best foul
shooters on the squad. I got honorable mention on the all-county team.
CRAVENi"Sophomore"-I was inexperienced this year, but did pretty
Q1 well. I am a pretty ,good shot from. the side of the Hoor. I was always
5 ready. when called upon. I had my weak points, but will be in good
iQ :' form next year. I expect to cause opponents plenty of trouble during
6' mn the next two years
X ENGLAND Sophomore Being the youngest and least expeiienced
on the team I had to give my best all the time to stay in the game I
was a hard Hghtci ast and a good long shot I was in a teriible slump
I have two more years and you will hear a lot of me in that time
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J I had more bruises, as results of rough games than all the other players.
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Buckets. . . .bouncing balls .... burns, banlgboard
and basket bombafds .... bzfsfm, blocks, blunders. . :Q
. .brilliant batllcrs .... our big baslfcteers. f Eff!
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FISSELi"Junior'l-I was one of the iirst seven. Though I didn't play regularly, I
received my letter. I was No. 1 as substitute. I could go in the game in anyoncis
position without weakening the team. On the team I played left guard, while Miracle
was hurt, and I was also a good long shot. I have one more year and I will be one of
the best players on the team.
BURSON-f'tSop'homore"-I am going to be one of the best pivot men Mt. Gilead has
ever seen. I was a first string substitute and they could put me in the game at any
position without weakening the team. I had an inferiority complex this year, but
watch me go next year! I have a shot that nobody can stop.
WELLER-"Junior"-I wasl faster this year and also a better shot. Being shifted from
a guard to a forward, it took me some time to get settled down. I finally got my one,
hand shots down "pat", and I was a scoring threat at all times. Maybe not .noticed so
much on offense, but I was in with all my weaith on defense. I have one more year to
show my stuff.
GLADDEN-"Senior"-I was the manager of the team this year. I gave them rub-
downs at halves. I worked hard all the time, cleaning balls, and tabulating the results
of foul shots in practice. I was referee in all the practice games. If the coaches had
chc-sen an "All County" manager I am sure I Would have been unanimously elected.
The boys will miss me next year.
HOPKINS-COACH-I was new here this year, and the boys didn't know my style of
playing. It took some time for them to get used to it. I'm sure I am a better coach
than my teams' records show. I am well liked by all the boys. and I t'hink next year
you will see some championship teams.
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Basket Ball Scores
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I I---Ht Sparta We
Elf--it Galion wife
I8 iffxesterx ille We
jan. 8-At Cardington We
l5fAt Iberia 'We
Zi----At Marengo We
33feAt Edisin We
heb. 5--At johnsville We
I Z--Carclington vWe
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Feb. Z6-Iberia We 22
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l- -'THE MIZPAH ' wi" 7 " -,ij j" "' 7 71936-37
Letter "M" Men
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To be eligible to receive a letter, a player must participate in one over half ot all tl.e
quarters of the season. It is considered an honor to receive a letter, and it is something an
athlete will always remember.
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"B" Varsity Basketball Squad
Due to a "mix-up" in taking the basketball pictures, we are unable to have the "B"
varsity picture in here.
They should be given special notice, for it is these boys that will make up our future
HA" varsity team. The "B" Varsity went through the county season undefeated. These
boys are young and inexperienced, but they proved to be coming players, out-classing
their opponents at all times.
Boys who received "B" Varsity letters are as follows: Kubbs, Lee, Tenant,
Batchelor, Pearl, Dye, Craven.
The baseball squad is said to be the largest that they have had out for some time.
Though we do not know how good they are, there are several experienced players.
They are expected to win a majority of their games this spring.
There is a cup being given for the county champions. Besides the games scheduled
in the county, there are several games with Class A teams. The squad is getting new
baseball suits this year.
The seniors ran away with the Intramural Basketball laurels this year. Both the
senior boys and girls teams won the championship.
The senior girls had many players Wlho had played on the girls, varsity team. They
were fast, good shots and just couldn't be stopped.
The senior boys out-classed all of their opponents. Gene Coleman and Dick Ault
were the main cogs, both in offense and defense. The seniors ran up at least 50 points
a. game. Other players were: Hart, Logan, Bowers. Denton.
Can You imagine
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THE MIZPAHf 7' ' f "7 f f' Q, '.I' 1936-37
,l,1L,,.,1THE NIIZPAHQ' ,, f' 'QM' 'A ' 77741936-37
Top row: Eleanor Vvarcl, Bessie Beckley, Bernice Peoples, Altabelle Jensen.
Bottom row: Ramel Logan, Mabel Hoffmire, Gayle Rinehart, Esther Donovan
THE MIZPAHY Y 7,7717 WNW Y -YYwgW,MF1935 37
Senior Class Will
We, as the Senior Class, do hereby bequeath the following:
Coleman is looking for some one to whom to leave his "Fate"
Potter leaves his ability to flirt to Francis Kubbs.
Dick Miracle leaves his "bum leg" to Gale Weller.
Walter Furbay bequeaths his orations to Zeno Fissel.
Jane McMillan leaves her vocal cords to Dale Nichols.
Dick Ault leaves his ability to ride horses to Bill VVright.
Virginia Craven leaves her 'lbeautyu to Anna Geyer.
Frank Dennis leaves his jumping ability to Glenna Francis.
Ivan Logan leaves his "Sheep-ish" look to Don Mateer.
Jack Hart leaves his pugelistic ability to Fanny Kubbs.
Helen Jonhstone leaves Johnny to any Lonesome gal.
Eileen Blayney leaves Isaly's Dairy for good.
Sylvia McCammon leaves her flat feet to Mr. Hopkins.
Cline leaves .her t'Beau" to any old tie.
Woodruff leaves herself to any sailor.
Batchelor bequeaths her bashfulness to Dick Blayney.
Lena Spriggs leaves her shortness to .Geraldine I.IcPeek.
Weatherby leaves 'her loveable ways to any Romeo.
Fritz leaves herself to any lonesome boy.
Loren beqeauths her tallness to Peg Smith.
Snyder leaves Williamsport to any "cross-roads."
Etter leaves her shortness to Hub Phillips.
Lee leaves .her rectitude to any "straight-jacket."
Earnie Hobson leaves the school to anyone who wants it.
Ester Dunfee leaves her "backwardness" to Leslie Burson.
Gladden leaves his ability to peel oranges to Jim Ramborger.
Dick Parthemore leaves his violin to John Hedrick.
Pickens leaves her "Rorneos" to the marines.
Bertha George bequeaths her avoirdupois to Mr. Wilson.
Joan Fate leaves her basketball player to any team.
Neva Hunt donates her dancing shoes to Sally Rand.
Dean Jollay leaves his knowledge of Shakespeare to D 1 e Cline.
Kimmey leaves her hair to any hair dresser.
Carl Denton leaves his "bow legs" to Mr. McCarty.
Don Bowers leaves his face to any would-be comedian.
Mildred Lewis leaves her typewriter to any junk dealer.
Marie Wagner bequeaths her talkativeness to tonge-tied Fanny Kubbs
Dunham leaves Mr. Wilson to anyone who wants him.
Phil Wieland leaves several of his shoe boxes to the Craven Funeral Home
Ted Griffith leaves ,his taste for Latin to Ward Powell.,
Reinhardt leaves her ability to "swing it" to Maxine Page.
Rosemary Wood leaves her "splinters" to anyone.
Fisher leaves her desire for books to any book worm.
Helen Budd bequeaths her school girl complexion to Charles Jackson
Thelma Trainer leaves the "frying pan" to go into the tire.
i-l-THEQ MIZPAH Wg M L935 37
Mugs and Miscellany
THE MIZPAH ,
7, , 4 , ,71936
A is for ault
a dolorous dupe
pooey to richard
he's fiies in our zupe.
B is for bert
whose dry snapping humor
is gained from hard cider
or so goes the rumor .
C is for coleman
a sour-panned gent
who had better reform
or he is hell-bent.
D is for dennis
who captained our team
he also possesses
a very weak bean.
E is for earnest
who is surely a novice
at keeping away from
the principal's office.
F is for fate
she likes not the ice man
but follows instead in
the steps of the "coleman".
G is for gladden
wlhose hobby is croonin'
he also excels in
rumble seat spoonin'.
I-I is for 'hopkins
our coach who is new
he isn't so hot
but he'll have to do.
I is for isa
muggin to you
I'm stuck-oh dear me
so this'll have to do.
J' is for jack
who is known as a sage
ftoo bad that you guys
didn't edit this page?
K is for kenny
who goes for all women
better it were that he
should go swimmin'
L is for leon
who teaches us speech
it takes a diploma
to escape his long reach.
M is for miracle
the coed's chief rage
it took a frosh girl
to fill out his page.
N is for neva
whose beautiful lips
are often but masks
for boyish grips
O is for "owful"
excuse please our spell
but after 4 years
We feel likefioh welll
P is for phil-bert
whose brain's a bit limp
but he's really quite harmless
so we call him wirnp,
Q is for quiet
the law of the school
it's never obeyed
but its still a ,good rule
R is for romance
the students chief hobby
but its hard tolrake plogress
with the gals that arc sfnobhy.
S is for shiprnan
known as the wise
masquerading as prof
a nifty disguise
T is for terry
an editor throttlcd
better it were
that he should be bottled,
U is for "youse"
the classes to come
do just as we did
and. oh boy, what fun!
V is for virginia
who had a great payne
it took a small miracle
to keep her the same.
W is for Weller
Che paid us for thisl
who receives many cheers
but never a hiss Knot Much?
X is for 'xit
we're soon gonna leave
unless our dear prof
has an ace up his sleeve.
Y is for yesterday
when this was written
if it's out of date
there's no remitten.
Z is a zound
kids make when they're
we all fall asleep
when bertie starts cheeping.
THE MlZPAH 11, ,,, .. D. . 1 J... 1936-37...-.......1.
Can You imagine?
1. Dick Ault getting NA" in English.
2. Blayney not working at Isaly's.
3. Batchelor not carrying home all her books to study at night.
4. Budd as a Comic author.
5. Bowers not asking for credit at the candy booth.
6. Cline not roaming the streets with her fellow.
7. Craven not winning a "beauty contestf'
8. Coleman not stopping on his way up North Main Street.
9. Denton six feet tall.
10. Dunham not flirting with some boy.
11. Dennis making a foul shot in basket ball.
12. Dunfee going with Clark Gable.
13. Etter as the worldls champion chess player.
14. Fate not going with Coleman.
15. Fisher running for Secretary of Labor.
16. Fritz being a t'second" for Mae West.
17. Furbay imitating Patrick Henry.
18. Gale not being "dressed-up" for school.
19. George tap dancing.
20. Griffith turning over a new page.
21. Gladden washing a basket ball clean.
22. Hart not trying to crack a joke.
23. Hobson running for Mayor of Fulton.
24. Hunt not chewing gum.
25. Jollay not fighting with Dennis.
26. Johnstone not going with England.
27. Kimmey not walking around with Fritz.
28. Logan running in a 100 yard dash.
29. Loren being a "blues singer."
30. M. Lewis in opera.
31. W. Lewis playing the part of Robert Taylor.
32. McMillan not arguing with a teacher.
33. Miracle as an English teacher.
34. Potter not trying to do something different.
35. Pickens not carrying half of her Wardrobe with her to class.
36. Parthemore not trying to fight with someone.
37. Reinhardts trying to do the Rumba. ,
38. Spriggs as a cigarette girl. 'f
39. Trainer not arguing with Mr. Wilson. A
40. Woodruff teaching tap lessons. , .
41. Wieland not being late.
42. Wagner as a caddy-girl. 4
43. Wood trying to hitch-hike around the World. gg x
44. Weatherby not going to Edison.
45. McCammon as an avaitrix. ' i
46. Snyder as a tight-rope walker. W- ' -5' -5
47. Lee as a taxi-cab driver. X
...-...Q-THE MIZPAH " A' 1936-37
Student Dictionary . . .
CARTOON-A funny drawing that makes people laugh which other people claim
cigarettes come in.
CREAM-Is something that dry cereal doesn't taste as good without, unless you
use milk, but you haven't any.
HEARSE-A car they are dying to ride in.
POOL-To drag, haul, as "pool up the anchor."
BOAT-Including two persons as, "boat of us together."
WATER-Implying a sense of obligation, as, "you water go to church."
SIREN--As, "siren down the street as fast as I could go."
DOCK-To plunge, dip, as, "he docked his head under water."
LAKE-Lower limb, as, "he fell down and broke his lake."
GRUDGE-Something you keep cars in.
CHEER-Something to sit in.
FULLBACK-Old fashioned bathing suit.
QUARTERBACK-Change from a dollar.
DRUNK-Main part of a tree.
DOORKNOB-Something a revolving door goes around without.
STRAW-Something you drink something through two of them.
FERN--A plant that you are supposed to water, it once a day, but if you don't it
dies, and if you do it -dies, only not so soon.
COBBLESTONESAA pavement that people would rather were asphalt than.
SUMMER4Aseason that in winter you wish you- could keep your house as warm as
TRUE-FALSE TEST-Gambling game with no money involved.
GLASSES-Something even the slowest and dullest people can see through.
SLEEP-White, Wooly things which are counted when you are suffering from
TIES-Tihings which hold your collar around your neck.
SKY-Holds up the clouds. . .in plural form a winter sport.
BLUE-An important color which is used to rhyme with "you" in popular songs.
MOVING-Something we don't get anywhere without.
HALLS-Something that has rooms on either side of.
HOME-A place there's nothing like, be it ever so humble.
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Thanks A Million
We, the Senior Class, wish to thank the Junior Class for their cooperation in our
Mizpah sales campaign.
To the mer-chants whose advertisements appear on the following pages we take
this opportunity to' thank them, one and all. for the splendid cooperation they have
shown. For if it had not been for their unswerving loyalty to the Senior class, this
book would not have been possible.
We had 'hoped to have an Alumni Directory, but the response from the circulars
we sent out to them has been small.
We deeply regret to say that we cannot have at least a page of the alumni with
their addresses, so you could know where your class mates are.
Among the alumni who responded to our circulars are the following: Mrs. Merrill
M. Berry fMarjorie Ecnnettb, 204 North High Street, Chillicothe, Ohio. Class 1917. Oc-
cupation---Wife of Superintendent of Schools. James R. Furbay, 1515 South Adams St.,
Marion, Indiana. Class 1918. Occupation-Minister.
We wish also to express our thanks to Stuart Cover of the Class of 1936, whose
drawings have been used in this book.
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Why not investigate?"
LOUIS C. HART
115 W, Union St.
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On the Square
A Reliable Place
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Watch 8z Clock Repair
355 Main St.
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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"Pride of the Dairy" Butter
W. Center St. Mt. Gilead, O
THE MIZPAH ' '
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
in Mt. Gilead
Federal Deposit Insurance
STANDARD OIL CO.
Atlas Tires, Batteries
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"Say It With Flowers"
BETZ FLORAL CO.
lVIt. Gilead, O. - Phone 226
Outside of home it is
the Best Place to Eat
New and Used Cars
W. High and Cherry St.
ZELLER cgc GALLEHER
lVlt. Gilead Bakery
Home of Quality
Home Made Ice Cream
M. A. WATTS, Prop.
J. E.. Royston
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"WHERE GOOD CLOTHES COST LESS"
HART SCHAFFNER 8: MARX
CLOTHCRAFT TAILORED CLOTHES
VARSITY TOWN UNDER-GRADS
FURNISHINGS SHOES SPORT CLOTHES
lT'S WELL WORTH A TRIP TO THE
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Compliments i KROGER
of 1 GROCERY CO.
Sunoco Station : R. Cruikshank, Mgr.
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I Gulf Station
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At your needs at all times
CRAVEN FUNERAL HOME
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Q KENNETH CARIS
Sinclair Service Station
Co. E. Union 8: Vine St.
The peoplefs M'1'.G1LEAD, OHIO
Savings Bank Co. H. Cn GEYER
Deposits Insured Buyer of
. Poultry, Eggs and Cream
with F .D.I.C. g phone 70,K
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: The Coffee Shop
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SALES 8: SERVICE
Many other useful
and handy Appliances
NW. Square, Mt. Gilead, O.
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A Good Place to Eat
At Mae's Restaurant
All Home-Cooked Food
38 South M.ain Street
Mount Gilead, Ohio
O. E. Smith, Agency
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Save with Safety
Rexall Drug Store
H. R. FATE
Mt. Gilead Hardware
and Implement Co.
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Ball Paints and
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Hardware for Hard Wear
Mt. Gilead, Ohio Phone 62
Base Balls Base Ball Bats
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THE BRODHEAD-GARRETT Co.
In-dustrial Arts Supplies
Fine Arts Supplies
"The House that Pays the Freight"
Grain Feeds Flour
A. C. HARVEY, Owner
E. L. WILCOX
Tel. 16 Mt. Gilead, O.
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Young and Old Alike
enjoy the things they
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Follow the crowd to
ISALY'S, where ev-
eryone goes for good
things 'to eat. Once
you try our delicious
Ice Cream you, too,
will agree it's the
best you have ever
After a party, a show,
a game, or at any
time drop in and en-
joy the genuine good-
ness of our tasty re-
freshments. We know
you will come back
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May we extend our most sincere congratulations to the IV iz at
effort in producing this fine publication.
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I S A L. Y D A I R Y
DALE C. BACHELDER MT. GILEAD, OHIO
Ohio Central Telephone
21 9-10 miles per gallon
Average official road tests
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Farmers Implement Co.
Your Qliver Dealer
36 So. Main St.
Osborne's Meat Market
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Campbell' s Market
, Globe Hotel
Food Deliciously Different
I-laffner's 5c-51.00 Store
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Hold all records for Safety,
Mileage and Endurance
Quick starts and many of
Everything for the Car
Campbell Auto Supply
Phone 85 Mt. Gilead, 0.
551 ! -3
DAY STAUFFER, Inc.
Bulk Garden Seeds
Dean Sz Barry High Grade Paints
Quick Meal Oil Ranges
Sunray Gas Ranges
Round Oak Coal Ranges
See Us For Your Hardware Needs
SAMES 81 COOK
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Modernize YOUR KITCHEN
With a Hotpoint Electric Range
Get the Thrilling Story of Electric Cookery
See Our Display Today!
ONLY 510.00 DOWN
And As Low As 15c a Day, Payable Monthly
Money Back Guarantee Free Installation
THE MARION-RESERVE POWER CO.
37 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead, Ohio Phone 51
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Compliments I Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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218 Town St, AsMAN's DRUG STORE
Mt, Gilead, O, Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Builders of M- III, - IIII - Illx - XII: - IIII - Illl -Mn llll - UUII -W-M-m'-M-Im-mm
Special IN SHOE REPAIRING
Machinery YOU BEST
a 30 W. Center St.,
: Mt. Gilead, O.
DlCK'S SHGE REPAIR
DYE'S FUQD MARKET
WOQD'S FARM DAIRY
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The Morrow County
Cooperative Farm Bureau
'By cooperating, you
PAGE. CENERAL STORE
Groceries, Dry Goods
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MODERN GAS REFRIGERATIO
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GRADUATES today . . . homemakers tomorrow
. . . gas refrigeration will be even more of a
favorite with them than it is with hornemakers of
today. The modern Servel Electrolux Gas Refrig- -ll V
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erator is silent in operation. It has no moving iv'
parts to Wear out or require costly repairs. It
operates for an average cost of 2 cents a day.
Thats why gas feffigel-ation will lead the field
tomorrow as if does today- Q
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The Union Register
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Oberlin School Oi Commerce Made Member Oi
Junior College Association
An outstanding event in the long 'history of the Oberlin School of Commerce occurred
November 27, 1936 when it was made an active member of the American Association of
Junior Colleges. This association is composed of over 600 of the leading schools in the
United States offering two-year courses beyond high school, in either academic or tech-
Young men and women of this community are very fortunate to be able to acquire their
business training in a school of Junior Collegiate standing, thereby being assured of
courses of a .more advanced nature, taught by properly qualified teachers, under the
most favorable conditions.
This school has for many years held a position as one of the leading schools of business
training in this country. Its graduates occupy prominent positions in all parts of the
always be a pleasant
Nliwspaper T Compliments of The
May this Graduation Day
remembrance to each student
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