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

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THE MIZPAH S'1'Al-'F OF MT. GILEAD HIGH SCHOOL IN BEHALF OF THE CLASS OF "38" -PRESENTS- THE SCHOOL YEAR IN I SIX ACTS FOREWORD lf, as you leaf through these pages, you are reminclefl of happy friendships, or a seemingly forgotten faceg if you remember those tardy slips We were given for being lateg if you recall the many little incidents which keep school life from drifting into a clull monotonyg then, We, the lVlizpah Staff of l938 have accomplished our aim. John Benson, Editor DEDICATION Tu Mr. Roeder, our superintendent, friend, and ad- viser, whose advice and co-operation have aided us during our Junior and Senior years, we dedicate this book. A Place of Happy Memories ACT I Aclminishraiion . . 0 TI-IE SCHOOL BOARD 0 FACULTY 0 STUDENT COUNCIL lVl't. Gilead High forever We'll always think of you, And the friendships we have made Will be ever strong and true. And tho' our pathways sever Those friendships we have macle here Niount Gilead High we'll love you- We,ll always be lrue. MOUNT C-ILEAD BOARD OF EDUCATION Standing: Roy Linn, L. C. Dye. Seated: G. G. Denton, Dr. Cu. B. Robinson, President, Charles Dumbaugh. J N w FACULTY Top row fleft to right? -D. B. Reeder, Superin 'tenclentg W. Elliot, Principalg B. L. Wilson, Leo' lVlcCartyg Reba Hummellg E.. K. Shipman. Bottom row Qleft to rightj-Arthur E. Moody, J W. Bixelg Kathryn Gantzg C. L. Hopkinsg Jane Griffith A. Bishop. Bottom of page Cleft to rightj-Top row-Mar garet Snyclerg W. Morleyg-Bottom row--Ruth Max- well, Rebecca Cline, Office Secretary. School Democracy in Actionmm STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, comprising two members from each of the upper six grades, represents the pupils. Problems which arise are referred to this group for deliberation with the Administration. The members of this group also are responsible for the many fine Chapel ipro- grams we have received. Here, indeed, is school demccracy in action! i , l 1 S70- ACT II Student Body . . 0 SENIORS 0 JUNIORS 0 SOPHOMORES 0 FRESHMEN 0 EIGHTH GRADE 9 SEVENTH GRADE 0 LOWER SIX GRADES 0 GRADE FACULTY The Final Whisileawwglfa. IVALUE ALBAUGH Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Comm. Club 1, 2, 33 Home Ec. Club 4, G.R. 3. CLARA ALKIRE Girl's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 4. VIRGINIA ALLISON Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3,49 Home Ec. Club 1, Music Club 25 Sec'y. Jr. Class 33 Drama Club 43 G.R. 2, 3, 4, Pres. G.R. 4, Student Council 13 Op- eretta 45 Sr. Class Play 4. KATHARINE ANDREW Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G.R. 2, 3, 45 Home Ee. Club 15 Jr. Class Play 35 Drama Club Play 4g Operetta 4. IXIARGARET ANDREWS Comm. Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Miz- pah Staff 45 Class Play 39 Drama Club Sec'y. 33 B.B. 1, 25 G.R. Oificer 4g Sr. Class Play 4. A DA BENDING Comm. Club 1, 2, 3, Home Ee. Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G.R. 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. MAXINE BONER Hom Ee. Club 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 3, G.R. 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Class Plfay1 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. EVELYN BROWN Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Home Ec. Club 1, Class Sec'y. 33 G.R. 3, 4, Drama Club 33 Sr. Class Play 4. 1 JOHN BENSON Art Club Treas. 35 Comm. Club 15 Glee Club 15 Jr. Class Play 35 Editor Mizpah 45 Intramural 1, 2, 3, 45 Comm. Club Play 15 Sr. Class Play 4. JANICE BROLLIER Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Ass't. Editor Miz- pah 45 Home. Ec. Club 15 Pres. of Drama Club 45 Drama Club 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 Class Play 45 County Chorus 25 H.S. Operetta 45 Public Speaking Contest 45 Oflicer G.R. 45 Special Chorus 2, 3, 4. DAVID CLINE Band 1. 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Drama Club 1, 45 Football 3, 45 Student Coun- cil Pres. 45 Art Club Sec'y, 35 Class Treas. 25 H.S. Operctta 45 Special Chorus 4. NIARIBELLE DENNIS Drama Club 45 G.R. 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 45 Sec'y. of Class 4. GEORGIA DILL Comm. Club. 15 Home Ec. Club 2, 35 Student Council 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 45 G.R. 3, 45 Sr. Class Play 4. HERMAN DENTON Glee Club 15 Special Chorus 15 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F'.A. Judging Team 1, 2. ANNA GEYER B.B. 1, 25 Student Council 25 Comm. Club 15 Drama Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Sec'y.. G.R. 45 Sr. Class Play 4. ZENO FISSEL Class V. Pres. 45 Comm. Club 1, 25 Art Club 3, 45 HM" Club 45 B.B. 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2. -m nu-5il JEAN GLADDEN Glee Club 1, 2 ,3g Special Chorus 2, 3, Orchestra 3, 4, High School Pianist 3,45 Home Ec. Club 1gV. Pres. Drama Club 3, 4, Class Play 35 G.R. 2, 3, 4. SAM EVANS G-lee Club 15 Special Chorus 15 Or- chestra 1, Class Play 3, Drama Club Play 4. GLADYS GORDON Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Comm. Club Play3g Drama Club 3, 4. JOHN HEDRICK Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Class Treasurer 4. JEAN HARDMAN G.R. 2, 3, 4, Hom Ee. Club 1g Art Club 25 Drama Club 3, 43 Jr. Class Play 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES JACKSON Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Special Chorus 1, 3, 43 Co. Music 3, 4, Operetta 4, F.F.A. Sec. 3, Jr. Vice Pres. 35 Class Play 4. EILEEN HEACOCK ,Home EC Club 1, 2, Drama Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, G.R. 3, 4, Student Council 3, Class Play 4. DEAN KELLER Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 3 43 Drama Club Play 4, Class Pres.3g Student Council1gOperetta 4. I FRANCIS KUBBS Baseball 1 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 E. B. 1, 2, 3, 49 Track 4, Drama Club Play 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Hi-y Pres. 4, "M" Club 4, Treas. 4, Glee Club 1, 25 Athletic Council 39 Class Pres. 1. ROSELLA HISKEY Debate 1, Glee Club 1, 35 Operetta 3, Class Sec'y. 45 Class Reporter 2, 3. DALE NICHOLS Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Special Chorus 2, 3, 4, Co. Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 2, 4, Music Club 3. PATTY KROUT Glee Club 1, 2, 3,43 Special Chorus 2, 3, 43 G.R. 2, 3, 45 Home EC. Club 13 Music Club 2, Treas. 2, Drama Club 3, 45 Sec. 45 Operetta 4. MARTHA MORTON G.R. 35 Drama Club lg Home Ee. Club 15 Art Club 23 G1 ee Club 3g Special Chorus 3, Class Play 35 Drama Club Play 43 Sr. Class Play 4. WILLIAM NYE Sports Club 15 Music and Drama Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Class Play 39 Scc'y UM" Club 45 Vice Pres. of Jr. Class 2, Sec. of I-Ii-Y 4. GERALDINE INICPEEK Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, RICHARD TALMAGE Football 4, B.B. 4, Hi-gn 45 "M" Club 4gGleeiClub4, Special Chorus 43 Op- eretta 4, Track 45 Riverside 2, 3. 7,7 ... ..5,,, . - PAULINE PAGE itll JAMES RAMBORGER Sports Club 1, Glee Club lg Football 2, 3, Jr. Manager B.B. 35 Jr. Class Play 35 Sr. Manager B.B 43 Class Pres 4, Bus. Manager Mizpah 43 Hi-y Treas. 43 "M" Club 4, Drama Club Play 33 Class Play 4. Comm. Club 13 Drama Club 2, 3, 45 V. Pres. 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spec- ial Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 49 CHR. 2, 3, 43 Jr. Class Play 35 Mizpah Staff 45 Signum Staff 2. DON SMITH Football 3, 4g Art Club 2, 3, 45 Pres. 3, UM" Club 4. ' G-ENEVIEVE MECKLEY Home Ee. Club 15 Comm. Club 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 23 Intramural B.B. 23 G.R. 4. WARD POWELL F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Judging Team 1, 2. RUTH SIPE F.H.A. 1, 4, Music and Drama Club 25 Comm. Club 35 Glee Club 15 G.R. 3. 4, Comm Club Play 3. EARL TURNER Comm. Club 1, 23 Art Club 3,45 Glee Club 1, 23 Football 3, 45 Baseball 33 News Staff 49 Intramural B.B. 2, 3. JEAN TEEPLE Glee Club 1, 25 Pres. Home Efc. Club 4, Comm. Club Play 3, Intramural B. B. 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA RI-IODEBECK Glee Club 1, 2, 3, B.B. 2, Baseball 2, Intramural B.B. 1, Comm Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. Comm. Club 3, Comm Club Play 3. PAUL SVVISHER Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, County Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, F.F.A. Vice Pres. 4, F.F.A. Judging Team 1, 2, 3, F.F.A. Delegate to Leadership Conference 3, Football 3. WINONA RHODEBECK Comm. Club 1, Home Ec. Club 2, 3, Drama Club 4, Glee Club 4, Special Chorus 4, Operetta 4, G.R. 3, 4. FORREST TAYLOR Sports Club 1, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F. A. Reporter 4, F.F.A. Judging Team 1, 2. LOUISE SHADE Glee Club 1, Comm. Club 1, 2, 3. GALE WELLER Sec. of Class 1, Pres. Class 2, Special Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. of Hi-y 3, 4, Drama Club Pres. 3, Mizpah Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basbetball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Class Play 3, "M" Club Pres. 4. MARILYN TUTTLE Glee Club, GLR. 2, 3,4, Special Chorus 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 1, County Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4. WILLIAM WRIGHT Football 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 4, Drama Club 3, Jr. Class Play 3, Operetta 4. PERRY WOLFE Football 4, B.B. 4, Hi-y 4, "M" Club 4, Columbus South 1, Coshocton 2, Roscoe 3. MARJORIE WATSON Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. High Chorus 3, Junior Play 3, Operetta 3, 4, Ches' terville. I 5 Stand up and cheer Cheer loud and long Mount Gilead High School For tonight we raise the purple and white above the rest. Our sturdy boys now are fighting and we are sure to win the fray. We have the team, we have the steam For this is dear Mount Gilead's clay. i The Qufirtereeeaeosee I st Row fSeat R. Corwin, R. Ault, Hull, C. Lamson. Zncl ROW-N. Trainer, H. Phillips, Maxwell. 3rd Row-W Linn, Wellert, B. IITH GRADE fLeft to Rightj eoll -R. Farmer, Mcpeek, R. Blayney, C. Miller, England, C. Fissel, l-l. Phillips, R. Barler, N. Lee, M. Oishaughnessy, Smith, D. Taylor, G. Fissel, D. Dye, L. Burson, M. Denton, R. R. l-laines, D. Mateer, W. McClelland, M. Craven, Miss . Benclle, R. Qsborn, R. Patesel, H. Winsor, A. Wheeler, R. l-leacock, M. Ashbrook, M. Fisher, D. Etter, M. Benclle, D. Lyons, B. Reinharclt. The Second Quarteramaa IOTH GRADE CI..ef't to Rightj lst Row--fSittingD-C. Barler O. Ruhl, Hudnell, L. Vaughn, Cox, ,I McMillan, J. O'Shaughnessy, Davis, D. Wiseman, V. Tennant, W. Batchelor, lVl Breese, B. Wagner. . Zncl Row-fsittingl-E. Etter, E. Edgell, R. Hart, R. Hart, H. Talmage, R Bennington, l... Case, V. Tuttle, C. Ault, lVl. Wood, P. Smith, lVl. Baker, B. Ross, B Andrew, l-laines, M. Clapper. 3rd Row-Mr. Shipman, A. Shade, A. Wiswell, W. Lee, lVl. Losey, G. West C. Tharp, Logan, R. Gompf, E. Brown, R. Parks, E.. Whipple, R. Lee, R. Coning T. Campbell, R. Peoples. 1 4th Row-D. lVlcl..ain, Hammond, E. Denton, L. l-lelman, lVl. Page, D. Richey, E. Furbay, E. lVlcCammon, lVl. Richardson, D. Miller, A. lVlorton, lVl. Geyer K. Dunham, V. Krout, P. Talmage. E. Woodruff. The Kick-Qffs QQQQQ 9TH GRADE fLeft to Rightj lst Row-Cseatedl-A. Wheeler, D. Breese, B. lrainer, B. Chubb, M. Hefm lich, B. Mccammon, A. Bonham, M. Rice, P. Gartin, H. Clark, Hull, B. Wil- liams, N. Smith, Keller, B. Bending, Teeple. Zncl Row-lVlr. Morley, N. Higgins, B. Holtrey, Wolfe, C. Coning, Phillips, E. Parks, Nl. Coleman, B. Herron, D. West, Fate, C. Newhon, R. Gor don, B. Brollier, J- Noakes, C. Taylor. 3rd Row-W. Davis, D. Sesler, V. George, Osborne, O. Hildebrand, D. Fiscarelli, I... Fisher, H. McClenathan, W. Hildebrand, E. Turner, S. Kasavage, R Wright, W. Heskett, P. Heacoclc, R. McClelland, V. Kelly. - . Y -... Bench Warmers eaeaeeoeaee 8TH GRADE CLeft to Righty lst RoWQfSeatedJ-E. West, C. Rhodebeck, R. Harrison, D. Canterbury, E Case, B. Ireland, M. Williams, D. Corwin, R. Batchelor, N. Jackson, R. Masters, M Lippet, M. Reed, M. Dunham. Znd Row-Miss Griffith, C. White, R. Pollard, C. Phillips, D. Bennett, D Boyle, G. Jackson, B. Ward, F. Corwin, B. Corwin, S. Miller, Sesler. 3rd Row-D. Coning, Fate, B. Reinhardt, D. Hendrick, K. Bearclsley, N MeMillin, C. McClenathan, H. Szalapato, V. O'Shaughnessey, B. Neal, M. Geiger E.. Thompson, D. Wagner. 7TH GRADE CLeft to Rightl lst Row-fSeatecU-B. Turner, Masters, McLain, M. McManist, Dix F. Lee, E. Burkey, W. Keyes, E.. Boyle, D. Bogart, V. Hopes, E. George, F Brown, C. Taylor, P. Beckley. 2nd Row+Miss Hummell, H. Furbay, T. Davis, T. Losey, L. Denton, R West, R. Jaggers, L. Bishop, R. Talmage, O. Lee, B. Flavin, R. Martin, H. Breese. 3rd Row-B. Smith, Hobson, B. Williams, R. Vlfoodruff, Ramborger, M Linn, L. Potts, L. Szalapato, P. Myers, A. Benclle, W. Ward, P. Hammond, M Nelson. ' ROOkiCSwwewww ""'2!l!!' Grade Placulliysweeesfao Top, Left to Right-Eilene Messenger, Velva Merwin, Gayle Rinehart. Bottom, Left to Right-Altabelle Jensen, Mabel Hoffmire, Bernice Peoples Bessie Beckley. Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And auld lang syne! Robert Burns ACT III Activities . . 0 MIZPAI-I STAFF 0 I-II-Y "M" CLUB 0 GIRL RESERVE 0 F. F. A.-HOME "EC" CLUB 0 DRAMA-ART CLUB - Beating The Dead-Linemass The HMIZPAI-I," published each year by the Senior Class, strives to preserve for you past memories of happy school experiences. The Mizpah Staff, composed of mem- bers of the Senior Class and the adviser, Mr. Wilson, herewith offers its achievements with the hope that it will please you. "The moving finger writes, And having writ, moves on E i li 'maui Cream of The Cropmm Y The Hi-Y and Clubs, with Mr. Hopkins as their adviser, have gained clis tinction among the activities of the school for their outstanding achievements in scholar ship, sportsmanship and citizenship. Fincling and Giving The Besiwm The Girl Reserves, with its adviser, Miss Hummel, strives to fulfill its purpose "to face life squarely." All its activities, rich and varied, concluce to that end. Paint Brush and Plowecaeoece ART CLUB To express the beautiful with brush and pencil is the aim of the enthusiastic mem- bers of the Art Club. Their sponsor, Mr. Morley, has steadily guided the members toward the development of their artistic talents. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The F. F. A., under the guidance of Mr. Bishop, has numbered among our leading Clubs this year. The Club presented one of our better chapel programs of the year, and has gained many other distinctive features with its projects. Grease Paint and Riolling-Pinsmss DRAMA CLUB HThe play's the thing-H said Shakespeare many years ago. To this, the talented members of the Drama Club, and their genial adviser, Mr. McCarty, heartily agree. Their amusing skits in chapel have added much to this year's program. Their play "Cyclone Sally" was an outstanding hit this year. THE FUTURE I-IOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Successful operation of the cafeteria is one of the objectives of the Home "E.c.'i Club. Composed of future homemakers, the club has proved its talents by the excellent food prepared for the school. Under the able leadership of its sponsor, Miss Hummel, this club has achieved unique distinction. M ACT IV Music! . . 0 ORCHESTRA 0 BAND U GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 0 BOYS' GLEE CLUB 0 SPECIAL CI-IGRUS Maesiro, with,Lads and Lassiesssms ORCHESTRA AND BAND "And the gym shall he filled with musicf' Cour apologies to Longfellowj-indeed it has! Throughout the second year the orchestra, and the band, under the direction of their maestro, Mr. Bixel, have produced rollicking rhythms and soothing symphonies for the delectation and delight of the audience. Sing, Birdies, Singmwe GIRLS' AND BOYS' GLEE Sing a song of jolly days Spent at Gilead High, Work and fun for everyone, Songs that never clie! CLUBS Vocal Varieties sesame SPECIAL CHORUS "The Magazine Princess," an operetta produced under the sponsorship of Mr. Bixel, scorecl a musical hit throughout the community. All the musical organizations con- tributed 'to this success. ' Their musical renditions in Chapel added much to our enjoyment. I 1 ACT V Aihletics . . 0 FOOTBALL 9 BASKETBALL . -J Huskleseeeeee FOOTBALL.. Mount Gilead's 1937-38 football team started out strong by holding Marion Hard- ing to a scoreless tie, and thereby winning a moral victory. The following week, however, they received a thorough trouncing from Bucyrus to the tune of 33-0. Next, they met Butler, whom they easily defeatedg the following week we took a close one from Bellville. Easy victories for Mt. Gilead were the subsequent four games, including Fred- ericktown, Danville, Sunbury, and Loundenville respectively. They lost their chance for the Championship to Madison, the score being l4-l9. All in all, they enjoyed a good season amassing a total of 236 points to their op- ponents' 79. They also placed Kubbs, Talmage, and Weller on the first, All-Mid-State League team. There were two other vplayers from one team who were placed on the second honorary team. Francis Kubbs, the quarter-back, was elected honorary captain. 0r1e...Two...Tl'1ree. , 1 FOOTBALL flneft to Righty Kubbs . . .Quarter-Back, All-Mid-State "Soggy". . . . Full-Back, All-Mid-State Talmage. . Left-End, All-lVlicl-State "King 'l'ut" ...... . .... Left-Guard Cline .... . .... Left-Hall "By Dad". . . ... . . . Right 'lackle Pretty Boy ................. . . .Right Guard, 2nd All-Mid-State 'Tm Sorry" .... . ......V Left Tackle "Red" ........ . ....... Right-End "Blondie" . Guard I-IIKE! FOOTBALL fLeft to Jeanney ...... .. ..... . . Fissel . . . . . Engfancl . . . . Craven .... Righty Left-'1 acklc . . . Guard Left-Half Right-Half Rah-Rah . . . . . 'rliaclclfa Lamson . . . . . Center Burson .... ....... E. nd You Guess . . . . ? ? ? RECCRD FOR 1937 1938 Marion Bucyrus . Butler . . . Bellville ..... Fredericktown . . Danville .... Sunbury ..... Louclenville .. Madison . Eclison . Iberia .... Sparta .,... Chesterville . Carclington . Marysville . . Freclerickiown Marengo . . . Centerburg . Johnsville . . Iberia .. Ashley ,. . . . Johnsville . . FOOTBALL BASKETBALL Centerburg-Cancelled. Alumni .... Tournament. Johnsville . . . BASKETBALL Basketball season at Mt. Gilead was very successful. The boys, both A and B squads, won 'the majority of the games. The A squad won the League Championship by defeating every other team in the county, but lost their first game in the tournament to Johnsville by tour points. They had beaten this team twice before 34-28 and 38-I5. They made a total of 489 points to their opponents' 271. They placed Wolfe and Talmage on the All-County Press team. Gale Weller, a guard, was elected honorary captain. The B squad repeated their last year's performance by defeating every other team in the county. Thus, they won the B squad championship of the county. L... In Actiolflaeeoeweees Weller-"Sog.,' Ramborger-"I don't have the keys Craven-"Do you think 'lhalmage IS s Coach-"Quit cloggin, itf' good?'y DittOQ9GJGJGJG16EJ Talmage-"Aliboozy." Wolfe- "" I 'obyf' Kl1bbS-uSpCCkS-U Fissel-"Not to be bragging, but The Candid Cameraa aaaaa CROSSVJORD PUZZLE Across 1. The oiiicial title of the person given in item 4, across. 4. A popular person here at the school. 10. Secure. 12. An artery which carries blood from the heart. 14. Abbreviation for the land of free- dom. 16. Initials of the trust "busting" pres- ident. 18. Opposite of self. 20. Unit of electrical resistance. 21. Editor of "Mizpah' last year. 24. Female of deer. 25. Home of a bird... 27. A high school subject. 29. Be mistaken. 31. A preposition. 32. First two initials of a teacher. 33. Perform or effect. 34. Muscular strength. 36. Neuter gender. 40. Railroad. 41. Negative. 42. Reverses periodically and rapidly in direction of flow. 4-1. A high school club. 46. A speech defect. 49. Polly's unclc. 51. His initials. 53. A popular Chinese author. 56. Weight. 58. Nickname of a senior boy. 59. His last name. 62. A male child, "1ilius." 63. Points of the compass. 64. A form of the verb Hto be." 65. A preposition. 66. A small child. 68. "Cy-clone Sally." 71. "The two-fingered genius." 73. An elementg name means Hnewf' 74. President of his class. Down 1. A popular comedian. 2. A preposition. 3. Ending in Latin, first dcclension, gcnitive case. 5. Seed of the cereal grass Avena sativa. 6. Latin for "I carry." 7. Elementg atomic Weight 82.92. 8. Neuter pronoun. 9. Sodium. 11. Latin for "you." 13. A kind of vase.. ,., 15. A drunken fellow. ' 1-6. Prefix, designating an element. Atomic weight 16. 19. Place or put. 22. A girl's name. 23. Kubbs' nickname a few years from now. ,F 26. Noises made while crying. Q27 Atom carrying electrical charge. 30. Thus. 35. A Senior boy. 36. A preposition. 37. Digit of a biped's limb. 38. Oblong fruit of annonaceous tree. 39. American Federation of Labor. 43. Company. 44. Price charged for a service. 45. She iwas the t'Princess." 47. Draw. 48. Cursing. 50. Writing fluid. 52. Was the teacher in the operetta 54. Frozen water. 55. First person plural. 57. 2,000 lbs. 60. Insect pest. 61. Dream of most girls. 67. German for "the." 69. Credit. 70. Avoid it! 71. No good. 72. Old form for second person plural. in u ,f Dale Nichols getting less than eigh- teen dollars for his orchestra. Patty Krout as a red-head. Dean Keller in Stalin's shoes. Janice Brollier not playing "Baby Snooksf' Katherine Andrew as a fan dancer. Francis Kubbs as a coach at Vassar. John Hedrick doing "The Big Apple." Evelyn Brown as Mae West. Gale Weller not being t'Captain" of some team. Ada Bending going with Robert Tay- lor. Ivalue Allbaugh as a "blues singer." Marilyn Tuttle as an orchestra leader. Herman Denton as "Tarzan," Dick Talmage flirting with a -mer- maid. Martha Morton going ,with high school boys. Georgia Dill as "Charlie McCarthy." Geraldine McPeek on a horse. Bill Nye as a taxi driver. Zeno Fissel belonging to the "House of David." Anna Geyer without Weller. Jean Hardman not having a "Dent-on" her fender. David Cline as a cop. Bill Wright as a fly weight boxer. Ward Powell as an English teacher. Don Smith as an ape. Virginia Allison not before the foot- lights. i 5 Paul Swisher as Ubar-tender." Charles Jackson as a "Mad-Russian." John Benson in Tahiti. Perry Wolfe as Ben Bernie. Maxine Boner running a hot dog stand. Forrest Taylor operating a Chinese laundry. Maribelle Dennis as Greta Garbo. Earl Turner as a professional basket- ball player. Eileen Heacock as a cowgirl. Jim Ramborger writing anything ser- ious. Sam Evans as Casey Jones. Jean Gladden as a filling station op- crator. Virginia Rihodebeck going steady. Jean Teeple without her "out of town- ers." Winona Rhodebeck as a side show barker. Polly Page without "Dusty" on the brain. Clara Alkire as a toe-dancer. Margaret Andrews as an automobile salesman. Genevieve Meckley late at school. Gladys Gordon as a milk peddler. Rosella Hiskey as a snake-charmer. Ruth Sipe Without a "Wolfe" at her door. Marjorie Watson not knowing her English questions. Louise Shade on the "Edge-ll" of a mountain. Somebody not raising the "dickens" about something. Can You Imagine? l Class Prophecy May 28, l96O James Ramborger 220 Colorado Street Manhattan, Kansas, Have heard you and your wife want particulars concerning Class of ,38 stop. Am sending latest information stop. Patty Krout broadcasts as Human Chatterbox on Ward Powellls Radio Programg Virginia Allison and Charles Jackson singing parts from Carmen in 'the Pulaskiville Opera, Margaret Andrews in nursery business raising spfblruce treesg John Benson editor of the Sunday Starg Virginia Rhodebeck is court stenographer to Judge Sam Evans: Marilyn Tuttle has taken over Kate Smith's Hourg Janice Brollier writing books, her latest "Answer to a Maiden's Prayer" the main char- acter Zeno Fisselg Ivalue Allbaugh and Clara Alkire competing for title of "Miss Steam Cornersgs' Winona starring in "The Rhode Backgn Georgia Dill, Jean Teeple, and Geraldine Mcpeek featured fan dancers in "Hedrick's holliesf' two prominent people Hving on a goat farm raising kids by the carloads: Francis Kubbs leading surgeon at West Broad Street, Bill Lewis, Herman Denton, Forest Taylor, and Earl Turner sing- ing as 'SRusty Hinge Quartetgu Dick Talmage. and Jean Hardman have just complet- ed Romeo and Juliet for the Wright Studiosg Evelyn Brown is doing a little Wliaylor- ing" on the side, Don Smith has replaced Edgar Bergeng Martha Morton is still "Aiken" aroundg Ada Bending, Gladys Gordon, and Rosella Hiskey are script writers for radio programs, they always were fascinated by "script teasegn Jean Gladden and Maribelle' Dennis entertained at Keller's "Four Rcses Cafef' Dale Nichols has pro- curred a job with Montana Meecheyg Marjorie Watson is a professional volley-ball playerg the "Wolfe', is still hanging around a certain doorg Louise Shade, Genevieve Meckley, and Ruth Sipe are operating Wlihe Beauty Shoppegn Katherine Andrew and Maxine Boner are Big Apple Dancers in Swisher's Grillg Anna Geyer and Gale Well- er are putting their eggs in one basketg Eileen Heacock is head matron of Carmean's Childrens Home stop. Hope this information will satisfy your needs stop. Bill Nye, Morrow County Junker THANKS TO ADVERTISERS We wish to thank the advertisers for their aid and co-operation in helping make it possible to produce this book. Automotive .... aviation .... electrical .... l plastic molding .... rayon ..,. in fact, every major industry is influenced by H-P-M Hydro-Power Fastraverse Presses de- signed and built in Mount Gilead. The seven H-P-M Presses illustrated above are used by a manufacturer in Cincinnati for a major operation in the making of the new "streamlined" automobile lamps. THE HYDRAULIC PRESS MFG. COMPANY MOUNT GILEAD - offices in au Principal cities - OHIO Uhiffs La1'geSt, For 40 - M0541 Complete Mlles :A' Come to Mews and BOYS' DUGAN'Ql And Save- MARION OHIO Congratulating Follow the Trend T H E . 1 Read and AdV6PtlS6 CLASS of 638 , in T H E FLORENCE T H E POTTERY CO. UNFON REQHSTER Manufacturers of CLAY PRODUCTS? Morrow County's First Newspaper Mt. Gilead, O. Mt. Gilead, O. Flower Pots. Drain Tile 1 1 DON'T WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW-BUY TODAY AND ENJOY THESE UNRIVALED ADVANTAGES OF HOT POINT ELECTRIC COOKERY CLEAN as Sunshine .... SWIFT as Electricity . . . CHEAP as Electric Light . BETTER in Every Way . . . BECAUSE YOU SAVE TIME, FOOD, MONEY and EFFORT The Marion-Reserve Power Co. 37 S. MAIN STREET PHONE 51 - 1101-mu-un-mlinn-nn-nu1nn-nu--lm1nn1un-nu...nu -nu 1nu--nn1nn-un11m-nn -nn -nm--nn-mn-:m-nn-nu -n I COMPLIMENTS OF I PORTER OIL COMPANY T Distributors of National SAMES 81 COOK Pmducts- W. Marioin St., Mt. Gilead, O HARDWARE -.- ,.yl - llil - lill - lil. - ,lll - lly, - lly, -.- lly, - ,ll, - llll -..-,, A Gould Place to Eat at Mae's Restaurant I-I cl Stoves z ar ware' ' All Home-Cooked Food. Furnaces and 38 S, Main St, Sheet Metal Work. Mt' Gllead' O' I- l-'i -- "" - -'-' -H'-- f-" - "-' - '-" - '1" - 1-" - "" ---"-- Mf. Gilead, o.. A F R 1 E. N D I i l , COMPLIMENTS ZELLER and GALLEHER FOR THE BEST VALUES in TOWN WHISTON'S DRUG STORE 77ze .Ware uu1un-un-nu-lu:-nn-nn-nu-un-nn-un-un-uu-u nn11m-nu1um1nu1-nu-nu-nu..nn1luv COMPLIMENTS -QF- ALFRED D. CROCK I iminluq-.lm1u.,1,m-HH1n,,..ml-,.,...,,,,1ml1nn-lm1 COMPLIMENTS -QF- STERRITT'S MILLINERY COMPLIMENTS -QF .. NELSON CAMPBELL Prosecuting Attorney H1 DAY STAUF F ER SALES 0 SERVICE Aff fl Mt. Gilead, Ohio. T PHONE 75 I QUALITY COSTS LESS AT T I O Q T 7'l'lZf S L ALL NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS 1 Featlning i I WILSON BROTHERS I SHIRTS and FURNISHINGS L, STETSON-MALLORY HATS GRIFFON-WORSTED TEX CLOTHING THE SMITH CLOTHING CO. Quality Always T Center Street, East of Main i MARION, OHIO I 47 SOUTH MAIN ST. Asman's Drug Store MT. GILEAD, 0. 1nn1I -nn -nm-nu-un-nu111:11nu--un--nu-nu1 1 SPECIAL PRICE ON GREASE JOBS FRY SERVICE STATION W. Marion and W. High Sts. --nu1un1nu-ml-nn-un-unn-nn-nn-xulu-uu-uuu1un1m. AFTER THE SHOW EAT AT 2ThOOCOffee shi? ' GOOD FOOD ALWAYS COMPLIMENTS The Baird Insurance and Real Estate Agency Mt. Gilead, 0. ... 1 -nn1m,-Im-m,1,,,,..m,.-lun-nn1nn1nn1,Lim OOMPLIMENTS OF JUDGE P. H. WIELAND 1 1 11m11m-nn-nn--nuinn-nuilln--nn-un-1-u: Quality Barbielring F. H. LOUDENSLAGER 15 N. Main St. 1 - 1:1141mn-.nn-nn11m-un-un.-.nn1uu1uu1 I-nm WORTHINGTlON'S BARBER SHOP BOB PUSS HOME OF GOOD EATS ACKERMAN'S RESTAURANT Mt. Gilead, Ohio COMPLIMENTS -QF- DICK'S SHOE REPAIR 1-an1nu-nn-mn-nu-uu1un-.un-nu-:nn-zu:-nu-sm-1 H O M E R ' S BARBER SHOP inn- 1 -un-un..un...un..nu1nn1nn1mr1 - 1 BADER'S Sales- Electrical- Service Phone 104 14 W. High St Mt. Gilead, O. -nn1nn1nn..nn1nn1nu1nn1nn1nxn-..uun-nn1m,1v -- J. H. SN YDER KEYSTONE FENCE John Deere Implements PHONE 192L INSURANCE ALL KINDS 0. E. SMITH, AGENCY -un-mn--nu-nn-nn11m-nn-nm-un--un-nm---nn-uu- OOMPLIMENTS OF BLAYN EY AUTO SALES SERVICE Mount Gilead, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS! May we extend our most sincere congratulations to the Class of 1938. 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FOUND ONLY IN MORROW OOUNTY -AT- AULT MOTOR SALES 144 SOUTH MAIN STREET MOUNT GILEAD, O 1.m.1m,1,,,.1,,,,...m.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1m1M1m,.. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Dear Graduate: We wish to congratulate you on mak- T ing the goal you have been aiming for T Uhze past several years. T Now that you have completed your I high school course, what about your future? 0u.l'43yea.rsinBusiness College I work prompts us to advise your joining Q our summer class beginning June 11th, Q to continue your educational work along L the line we believe best suited to enable you to make BASE HITS in your future I efforts. I COIVIPLIMENTS OF A U L T Insurance Agency I WRITE or PHONE - The Marlon CONGRATULATIONS ' From Business College l MORROW COUNTY PHONE: 2767 MARION, oH1o CREDIT RATING I COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF- HERFF-JONES CO. Manufacturers of Jewelry and Invitations COMPLIMENTS OF' A F R I E N D M 951 gp . r ,nun up M IU' w' ,, .41 hi'!f14'Il:"Hw1l li 4 ll I. 'f f l TAPPAN Divided-Top Gras Range Utopia Model Use Gas for Clean, Economical, Carefree Cooking with Most Accurate Results It's a real joy to cook on a modern gas range. So much of the Work is done for you and appetizing results are more certain than ever before. Present day methods enable you to cook in a cool, clean kitchen, enhanced by the beauty of a new gas range. Among the more attractive gas range Values oHered today are the Fappan divided-top ranges, awaiting your inspection at ..... QM n COMPLIMENTS OF MAYTAG Many Exclusive Features Make the u M A Y T A G THE CHOICE OF WOMEN EVERYWHERE MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE PHONE 135 54 S. MAIN ST., MT. GILEAD I -..-..-,.-...-,..-,..-..,-..-,,-,,,-,,,-,- I I DYE'S FOOD MARKET : PHONE 29 I I -.-..-.-..-..-..-.-..-.-.-.-..-..-. I MORROW A CREAMERY COMPANY I "Pride Of the Dairy" Butter FRIEND L PHONE 2K I I W. Center St. Mt. Gikead, O. I T -..-..-...-..-..-..-..-...-...-..-..-..-...... : H. O. GEYER I Buyer of i Poultry, Eggs and Cream i Phone 70K Mt. Gilead, O. I A Dfelicious and Healthful And Refreshing Drink- So Easy to Serve. Buy a Carton From Your Favorite Store. Q .... 111:11 1 1m....nm...nui1un1uu.-u,,1,m1w-. WE ARE SPECIALISTS In Garment Flattery For Women. Coats, Suits, Drtesses and Accessories. T H E WHITE HOUSE Phone 204 Mt. Gilead, O. nn1nnklln-.nnillullnl-nn1mu1ull-lllx11ln1ull-llll--ll COIVIPLIMENTS -OF- KROGER GROCERY CO. R. Cruikshank, Mgr. -,,,,-1..11.--11-111 COMPLIMENTS -0F- THE DENTON INSURANCE A G E N C Y EDISON MILLS Grain Feed Flour Seeds Coal A. C. HARVEY, Owner. Compliments of MT. GILEAD H A R D W A R E A N D IMPLEIVIENT CO. H. R. Fate WAGNER BROS. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal and Building Material. Phone 98 lVlt. Gilead, WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Phone 16 Mt- Gilead, O. FRESH BAKED GOODS MT. GILEAD BAKERY 9. W. High St. C"Between the Banksuj 1nn-un-nn.-.nn-m..-nm1nu-nu-nu-nn--uu1nn- -- W. E. FLAVIN PLUMBING Km HEATING Phone 125 in...ml1lm11.41-.lm11111-uu..,w1lm.1m.1w.-uni .- COMPLIMENTS -QF- THE UNION POWER CO. Mount Gilead, Ohio --mu...nn1lm-mlinn-un-nu-nn-nu-nu--un-nn.-un- COMPLIMENTS OSBORN'S MEAT MARKET 1nn.-ny.-1.....-1-...1-11 COMPLIMENTS OF J. E. ROYSTON Ti: COMPLIMENTS G. D. CRAVEN CONIPLIIVIENTS OF F I R S T NATIONAL BANK in M T . G I L E A D MAY THIS GRADUATION DAY E Always be a Pleasant Re A membrance to Each Studien COMPLIMENTS OF THE CAPITOL THEATRE - WELDING General Repair SHADY INN G A R A G E Phone 2Z1L Shade's - - lVlt. Gilead You Can Always Find BARGAINS in New or Slightly Used SUITS, TOPCOATS, or TROUSERS at TOM KERRIGAN'S MARION, OHIO Come in and SEE Me Sometime PHONE 2185 153 N. MAIN ST. -nn-nn1nn..uu1nn....nn-nn--nn-nu---m1un-em-1 nu-:ln MANUFACTURERS OUTLET STORE VVEARING APPAREL For WOMEN, MISSES, ,AND STOUTS 177 W. Center St. Marion Ohio I "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" BETZ FLORAL CO. Mt. Gilead, O. Phone 226 -mm--zm-am-:un-ml..4n--vm-nu -vm-nu-:un-un-ml-ll.. Come to The ICE PLANT And See the Air Conditioned Refrigerator - Only Refrig- erator With Oxygen in it. CRYSTAL IGE DELIVERY. im:-nn-un1nll-un-nnilm.-un11:11-nn--nn-nniuu--nu YOU CAN DO BETTER AT MAY'S Leading Jewelers MARION, OHIO :nn1nu11111-lln1nn--nn11ul1lm111:11llnrlul-nu1lln--is Watch and Clock Repair Watches Gifts FLORENCE HOUSEBERG 355 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead, O. ...M-., .. 1m.--H,1,,.,..m,1m..-m,..nn.. 1 .- ..i KEN'S TEXACO --...Ag J, ,,, "'.1,, -nn11m .-un,-nu-nn-un-uu1nn1un-nn-uu1un-un1. COMPLIMENTS OF KENNETH CARIS Sinclair Servicie Station Cor. E. Union and Vine Sts. Mt. Gilead, Ohio MORROW COUNTY'S ONLY COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE Out Store is filled with an abundance of An1erica's honestly made merchandise, correctly styled and fairly priced. Our personnel-your friends and neighbors-arle here, ready to render friendly, -efficient service . . . as America marches forward. THE UNION STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO l BEAR KAT V COMPLIMENTS STORES -OFM 1 - l Auto Accessories, 1 R d' , B tt " , E T 3 los 3 mes JEWELRYQ STORE Tires, Tubes, T Motor Oil- 141 E. Center sr. Corner Church and Main Sts. MARION, O. MAR1oN, o. Where Satisfaction is Buy Here and Savfe the T A certainty Difference 1 3 Compliments of MT. GILEAD H A R D W A R E A N D IMPLEMENT CO. H. R. Fate WAGNER BROS. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal and Building Material. Phone 98 Mt. Gilead, WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Phone 16 Mt- Gilead, O -1m- 1'm1m..-:m-m...un-un.1mu-nn.-ml1:m-mu1n FREE! BAKED GOODS MT. GILEAD BAKERY 9. W. High St. C"Between the Banlzsuj -nn1nn1un1un-xm-mn-nn-nm.-nniun-nu-uu- 1 W. E. FLAVIN PLUMBING Sz HEATING Phone 125 1,111.M1lm11,011m1,m1.,m1,m1uu1lm1m1 1 1 COMPLIMENTS -QF- THE UNION POWER CO. Mount Gilead, Ohio 1nn.1m,1,m.-ml1m1pm1111...-ml1m,1.m,.-uu1m.1 1 COMPLIMENTS OSBORN'S MEAT MARKET 1:1111 inn1un1un...1ui..nu..,m1m,1.,,,,1m,1 1 1 COMPLIMENTS OF J. E. ROYSTON YUNCKER BROS. SPORTING GOODS 108 North Main Street. Mansfield, Ohio Ball Paints and Gloves Varnishes Fishing Eliectrical Tackle Goods Wilson 8: Mathews Company "Hardware for Hard WC31'7:' Mt- Gilead, O. Phone 62 Typewriters Ribbons Baseballs Baseball Bats JERRY'S RESTAURANT Outside of Home it is The BEST PLACE to EAT -un-nn-nun--nu-xn:-muinu-lun:11am--alan-ann-:una--nm-ul COMPLIMENTS OF GEO W. PHILLIPS Sunoco Products S. Main Street, Mt. Gilead, O JOHN STONE'S BARBER SHOP On The Square A Reliable Place to Trade. 1 l COMPLIMENTS OF ADDING MACHINE AND TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE All Makes of Portable Typewriters Representatives of Underwood Elliott Fisher Co. 131 NORTH MAIN ST. Phone 4290 COMPLIMENTS THE PEoPLE.'s g OF S B CAMPBELUS MARKET COMPANY. ......... - - - - A Safe Place to Bank OOMPLIMENTS Since 1904. OF ENGLANIYS PRESSERY Deposits Insured l With F.D.I.C. T ' "" ' "" "'n""n' "" "W" "" """'m' "" """""" f D . HS f H It Pays to Look Well. Sa e Foipcfsgqtalua es Over Peoplels Savings Bank. LINN'S BARBER sHoP REDUCED CLOTHES MAKE TO THE MAN 522.50 Richman Brothers' Clothes EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1938 GRADUATE IN A PREP SUITS RICHMAN SUIT 3516.50 EXTRA PANTS 83.50 -A ' 'A ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' 'O 'i"""i-i'iT"'i-M' - - - -A ' 'T ' -A -2- ' 1 COMPLIMENTS or B S RESTAURANT CAMPBELL f'LEvER1NG's Dairystorev Home Oooked Meals Sh-ort Orders Firestone Tires Fountain Servicle Willard Batteries Replacement Parts 24 HFS' A Day REAsoNABLE PRICES Phone 85 Mt. Gilead, O. Phone 2L i The Most Difficult Commercial Printing is Done Most Efficiently and Economically by THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING CO. 111111-11f1111y...11.,, IVIT. GILEAD LUMBER CO. Lumber and Building Material lVIt. Gilead, Ohio Phone Z3 Always First For STYLE and VALUE! Department Store MARION, O. l 1,,,.1,.,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1m.1,m1 1 1 1 MR. HESS S nl one st I I Do y k ' I tha The BEST S .S.A.a-nd I THE mass o HES SHOP I I 180 S. Main Street MHTIOH, 0. OOMPLIMENTS 10F1 MORROW COUNTY FARM BUREAU ASS'N. MT. GILEAD, O. -un1un...-nu1nn-mninn-un 11m--nn1uu1un--um 114:1- COMPLIMENTS I -OF- HAFFNER'S 50-S1 STORE COMPLIMENTS G. D. CRAVEN COMPLIMENTS OF F I R S T NATIONAL BANK in M T . G I L E A D n1..n.-n1.- MAY THIS GRADUATION DAY I Always be a Pleasant Re I membrance to Each Studie COMPLIMENTS OF THE CAPITOL THEATRE lllIllFlIllll!FllSllllllQI1l l 1 WELDING General Repair SHADY INN G A R A G E Phone ZZIL Sl1ade's - - lVlt. Gilead - :-nu1nn-nn-nu-nn-lm..un..mr-lm-lu.-m1,un- You Can Always Find BARGAINS in New or Slightly Used SUITS, TOPCOATS, or TROUSERS at TOM KERRIGAN'S MARION, OHIO Come in and SEE Me Sometime PHONE 2185 153 N. MAIN ST. 1,,,-l.,l..l.n1nu1m....m-,,,,11m..mliw.-,,,,-g,,,..,,,..,,,: MANUFACTURERS OUTLET STORE WEARING APPAREL For WOMEN, MISSES, .AND STODTS 177 W. Center St. Marion Ohio "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" BETZ FLORAL CO. Mt. Gilead, O. Phone 226 -:m- :rwTan-'Aln-un-An-:lll-11n-lnL,lllv,nl11mL1uw-nu Come to The ICE PLANT And See the Air Conditioned Refrigerator - Only Refrig- erator With Oxygen in it. CRYSTAL IGE DELIVERY. -nm-un-un1nn...nu1nn--nm.-un..m1-me-un-nu-un11111 YOU CAN DO BETTER AT MAY'S Leading Jewelers MARION, OHIO 1nu..lm.-un11m-ml-.m.1m..-ml-.m...m,-.unim,..iun1 Watch and Clock Repair Watches Gifts FLORENCE HOUSEBERG 355 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead, O. ..,,,,... .. ..u,-.m,-.gm1,m1m,.-,,,....nn1 1 .- -- KEN'S TEXACO . . -1,4112 I., f,. inn--un1am-nu-nn-un-nu11m-in1nu-nu--:nu-nl:-W COMPLIMENTS OF KENNETH CARIS Sinclair Servide Station Cor. E. Union and Vine Sts. Mt. Gilead, Ohio


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