Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 66 of the 1939 volume:
The Year at
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C mpiled and Edit d
By CLASS OF 1939
A Record of the Year's Events and
Activities as Recorded Via the
Camera's Eye - - Published at Mt.
Gilead High School, lVlt. Gilead, Ohio
ERE is hoping that you
will enjoy our 1939 Miz-
pah. We have put our best
efforts into it for you.
We wish to take this oppor-
tunity to thank Mr. Shipman,
our supervisor, for his hard
work and his splendid cooper-
As editor, I wish to express
my gratitude to all the Miz-
pah staff memfbers, especially
to Marjorie Ashbrook and
Don Mateer,-Marjorie for
her help and consideration
and Don for his successful ad-
Top-L. to R.fWayne McClelland, Class Pres., Max Denton, Edi-
torg Marjorie Ashbrook, Bus. Manager.
Middle-Rosemary Ault, Max Craven, Wayne McClelland, Bonita
Heacock, Don Dye, Rheta Corwin, Duane Taylor, Mr. Shipman,
Richard Blayney, Marjorie Ashbrook, John England, Don Mateer.
Bottom-Max Craven, Ass't. Advertising Manager, Don Dye,
Ass't. Advertising Manager, Max Denton, Editor, Don Mateer,
WE HONOR OUR COACH
W E, the Seniors of 1939, Wish to dedicate this
book to Carl L. Hopkins, who has made a
great impression on all of the persons with whom '
he has come in contact. He has commanded the
love, respect, and admiration of all of the students
of Mt. Gilead High School.
Top: Roy Linn, L. C. Dye.
Bottom: G. G, Denton, Dr. G. B. Robinson, Presidentg Charles Dumbaugh.
T HE Mt. Gilead Board of Education establishes
personal contact between the student body and
the community. The members have succeeded in
interesting the people in school activities, thereby
creating individual responsibility for the mainten-
ance of our school system on its present high level.
We feel that each year that we have been in school
greater opportunities have been offered to us. The
many difficulties we have encountered, the almost
insurmountable mountains over which We had to
pass, the troubles and trials of youth have all been
quietly eased through the cooperation of and sym-
pathetic understanding existing Within our Board
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MR ROEDER THE WAY
WE KNOW HIM
D. B. Roeder was graduated from
Lima Central High School, Lima,
Ohio, in 1922. He entered Allen
County Normal School in 1923. He
received a B. S. and an A. B. degree
in education at Manchester College,
North Manchester, Indiana in 1927.
He was graduated from Ohio State
University in 1933 with an M. A.
Mr. ELLIOTT FRIEND
W. J. Elliott was graduated from
Flushing High School, Flushing,
Ohio. He was graduated from Ohio
University in 1930 with an A. B. de-
gree and from the University of
Michigan in 1936 with an M. A. de-
D. B. ROEDER
W. J. ELLIOTT
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Top Row-Miss Bessie Beckleyg Miss Velva Merwing Miss Bernice Peoplesg
Miss Altabelle Jensen.
Front Row+Miss Gayle Rinehartg Miss Eilene Messengerg Mrs. Mable Hoff-
mireg Miss Margaret Snyder.
W E are rightly proud of these teachers who daily present the facts
of the World to passing classes-theirs to guide what tiny thoughts
appear, theirs to create new thoughts, theirs to give recommendation for
the ones who are now students in life, theirs to create, develop, and main-
tain interest, theirs to enjoy the position and fulfill the conditions of their
Self Government An Aid to Citizenship
THE Student Council, composed of two students from each home room
assists the faculty and the officials of our school in supervision.
They have had charge of scheduling the chapel programs.
The Club has as its goalg honesty, scholarship, sportsmanship, cour-
tesy and loyalty. Officers this year are: President-Jeanne Wellertg Vice
President-Don Dyeg Secretary-Alice Morton.
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Top left-Agriculture boys preparing to be farmers.
Top right-Typing class: speed test, errors, mistakes, corrections.
Center left-Broken test tubes, explosions, and foul smells.
Center-Becky-our attractive office girl who keeps all our records.
Center right-Industrial arts shop: Woodwork, printing, ceramics.
Bottom left-Everybody's cramin' for tests.
Bottom right-Kitchen: burnt food, scorched pans, but don't forget Mrs
Dil1's swell pies.
AND AT PLAY
Top left-Basketball creates good fellowship.
Top right-Cafeteria-good lunches, bad lunches-We like them all
Center left--Basketball upsets and set-ups.
Center-Graders-Where We got our start.
Center right-Boy! isn't it swell, We're going home.
Bottom left-More basketball-good shots and bad ones too.
Bottom Tight-Pep bands-their music gave pep to ball games.
SEN IORS PREPARE
Class l'i'cs. 2, 4.
Mizpali Stall' 4.
lli-X l'1'es. 4.
V- V- A- lv 3- Duane Taylor
llrauizi Club l'lay 3. Claw V Frm 4
Cliffs "lf1Yj' 4' one Club 1, 2, 3.
lfdslletlhllyi " 3' 4' Special Chorus 1, 2, 3
lfotlmll " 5' V4' Treasurer Jr. Class
lfoutball Captaiii 4. Drama Club 9 1
Art Club l.
filizpali Staff 4.
Class 'Treasurer 4.
Uff 33 4- Bonny Dell Heacock
S531 I1 rzasurcli 4' Class Secretary 4.
' ui f' 4' Mizpali Staff 4.
M-Klub l'rL-asur 4
Cr ' Sports Queen 4.
Cr 3' 4' Editor of News Staff
ff 3' Cheer Leader 3, 4.
JY' may- F. H. A. Club 1, 4.
Vice Pres. 2.
Class Play 3.
Senior Class History
By Rheta Corwin
N 1927 a memorable event took place in the small but mighty city of Mt.
Gilead. The class of 1939 began its battle for education under the watchful
eye of Miss Beckley, who was at that time the instructor of the first grade.
After a year of turmoil and hardships, a large per cent of our original
group advanced a step and entered the second grade. There We were introduced
to the eccentricities of spelling and arithmetic, which of course, we came to hold
with deep regard.
The next four years of our schooling, namely, the third, fourth, fifth, and
sixth grades, were spent drilling on the fundamentals of elementary subjects.
We all now know that a good foundation in fundamentals is essential to success in
In due time, the seventh milestone was passed with a blaze of glory and we
found ourselves in the eighth grade, which was just like the seventh grade except
that it was harder. There we met what proved to be the greatest source of
trouble to both parents and students-those profit and loss and compound inter-
After struggling successfully through these hardships, we became Freshmen. It was in this
grade that we suffered the stings and insults of the upper classmen plus a good sound paddling
which was our initiation. This was perhaps the making of us, for up to that time there had
been no doubt in our minds that we were not the cream of the crop.
After numerous secondary troubles, such as Latin and Algebra I, we left the green part of
our life and became honest-to-goodness upper classmen.
Our Junior year was a huge success Cin our opinionl, and we hope it will never be for-
gotten by other classes. The Junior-Senior Banquet went over with a bang. Our Junior Class
Play, "The Night Owl" was a success, and provided laughs for everybody. The Senior Class
Play "Lookin 'Lovely" was also successful.
Our high school days are coming to a close and we are sure that each student will always
have fond memories of Mt. Gilead High School.
Student Council 3.
Drama Club 1. 2. 3.
Glee Club 2, 3.
Girl Reserve Pres.
Marjorie Ashbrook Mgzpah Stag 4,
Glce Club 1, 2, 3. Sec. of Class 2.
Comm. Club 1, Z. lunior Class Play.
Girl Reserve Sports Queen Att. 4.
Sec. of Class 1.
Student Council 2.
Mizlmah Staff 4.
Girl Res. Play. Joy Armstrong
Cardington High School
F. F. A. 3.
Farm Stock Judging 3.
Art Club 1, 2.
Glee Club 1, 2.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
llifY Z, 3. -l.
lVl'Club 5, 4.
Mary Bendle Art Club 1.
Glee Club 1, 2, 4. Scrapbook Z.
Special Chorus 1, 2, 4. Mizpah Staff 4
Home Ee. Club 1, 4.
Comm. Cluh 2. 3.
Typist for News 4.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hi-Y Z, 3, 4.
Rheta C0f'VVin Mizpali Staff -1.
Girl Res. Treas. 4. Pres- M- Clllb 4-
Girl Res. 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3.
Class Play 3, Class Pres. 3.
lliama Club 1, 2. Drama Club Play 3.
Dvnma Club Play 2.
Girl Res. Play 3.
Miziiah Staff 4.
Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
V. Pres. Hi-Y 3.
Hi-Y Z, 3, 4.
Qrama Club 2, 3, 4.
JChI1 England Junior Class Play.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Mizpah Editor.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Aft Club 1-
Fomimll 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
Bffclub 2, 3, 4. Special Chorus 2, 3.
V. Pres. Jr. Class
Basketball Capt. 4.
Hi-Y 2. 3, 4.
Mizpah Staff 4.
WHILE OTHERS ARE ATTRACTED
Transferred from Ches
Home Ee. Club 1.
Music Recital 3.
Donald Dye Glec Club 3.
Football 1, 2, 5, 4. Igfy 4'
Basketball 2, 3, 4. 'L' '
Sec. of Class 3.
Student Council 4.
Hi-Y Z, 3, 4.
M-Club 3, 4. Ray Farmer
Mizpah Staff 4. Glee Club
Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4.
Special Chorus 1, 2, 4. Grover Fissel
Home Ee. Club 1, 2, 3. juclgiug Teams of F. F.
I lfootball 1, 2, 3.
l". lf. A. Basketball 1, Z,
Glen Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Special Chorus 2, 3, 4.
All County Chorus 2, 3,
4, Vincent Gregory
Home Ee. Club Z, 3, 4. F. lf, A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
O. C. S. Club 1. 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4.
lntramural Basketball Football 1, Z.
Glen: Club 1, 2.
llomc lic, Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Doris Lyons
llomc lic. Club l'rt's. 4. Glcc Club 1, 2.
Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4. G. R. 2, 5.
Iutrzunural Basketball Couun. Club, 1, 3,
l11t1'Hl11'Ll1'E1.l B. B. 1, 2,
F. F. A. 1, 2, 5, 4.
Member of Judging
Potato Judging Train Z.
Meat Judging Team 3.
F. 17. A. Soft Ball Team
A F. F. A. Basketball Team
V. Pres. l'arliamenta1'y
Football 2, 3, 4.
Baseball, Z, 3, 4.
hi-Club 2, 3, 4.
Stamp Club 1, 2.
BY MUSIC AND DRAMA
Glaze Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Girl Reserve 3, 4.
Home Ee. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
M-Club 2, 3, 4.
Sports Club 1.
Pres. Stamp Cl b Z.
Glee Club 1, 2' Glce Club 1, 2.
Intramural B. B. 1, 4. 'Mlzpah Adv' Mgr'
Jr. Class Play 3.
Football 4 Paul Lindenrneyer
M-Club 4: Transferred from
Art Club 1, 2. llolmcs-Liberty School.
Intramural B. B. 1, 4, Band 4'
Clags Pres. 1. Orchestra 4.
Glee Club 2. Glm Club 3'
Bascbau 4. Chorus 3.
Bob Osborn Mary J. O'Shaughnessy
Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Basketball 1.
Special Chorus 1, 2, 3. Girl Reserve 2' 3'
rfes. Aff Cmb 3. GIGS Club 1- 2-
Art Club 1, 2, 3.
Comm. Club 1, Z.
Glce Club 1, 2. 3. 4.
F .F. A. 1, Z, 3, 4
Glec Club 1, Z.
, Treasurer Home Ee.
' Special Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4.
F. F. A, B. B. 3, 4
Judging Team 1, Z, 3, 4.
All-County Chorus 2, 3,
Home Ee. Club.
Intramural Basketball 1,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Special Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Home Ee. Club 4
Comm. Club 1, 2, 3.
Typist for News 4.
Comm. Club Play 2.
I Girl Rcserx'cQ Z. S, 4
WHILE "LIVING TC LEARN" THEY
Glce Club 1
Y, Pres. llunu' -
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Football 2, 3, 4
Hi-Y 3, 4
Secretary Ili-Y 4
Baud 1 .
Stamp Club I. 2,
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Football Z, 5
Glee Club 1, 2
Fr:-ucll Club 4
Stamp Club 1. 2
Intramural Il. IS. Z, 3, 4
Student Cuuncil 2, 4
Athletic lloarcl Z
Cheer 1.1-arlvr 2. S, 4
Student Cmuxcil Pres. 4
'l'1'casL1rrx' mf Class 3
Sports Quccu Attr-mlzuxt 4
Cmnmercial Club l
Drama Club 2.
Intramural IZ, ll. l. 2.
liaskctbzill Mau. 5, 4
"Nl" Club 4
Staxup Club l. J
Football 3, 4
Baseball Z, 3. 4 AHI1 Ruth Wheeler
HM" Club 4 Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4
Stamp Club 2 Hmuc lir. Club 2, 4
Stage AIZIIIZUJCI' 2 Glru Club 2
l'11prr Saucluwky 1 Cafeteria 4
HAVE BEEN "LEARNING TO LIVE"
CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT
WE, the members of the Senior Class of 1939, being of sound mind and
body and knowing that our life as Seniors is about to end, do here-
by make and publish, this last will and testament:
Marjorie Ashbrook leaves her typing ability to Vaughan Tennant.
Rosemary Ault leaves her flirting ability to Peggy Smith.
Rowena Barler wills Harvey Marshall to the oncoming Senior Class.
Mary Bendle wills her love for Galion to Jane Wieland.
Dick Blayney leaves his athletic ability to Tom Campbell.
Les Burson wills his "Dream Boat" to Bob Lee.
Rheta Corwin wills her Swisher to next year's basketball team.
Max Craven leaves school to "undertake" great responsibilities.
Don Dye leaves the "woods" for the wide-open spaces.
Dorothy England leaves her plumpness to Bertha Williams.
John England leaves his pitching ability to Billy Turner.
Jim Emerson leaves the school to anyone who wants it.
Dorothy Etter wills her going to Marengo to Wilma Lee.
Ray Farmer leaves his fast driving to any dare-devil who wants to risk
Martha Fisher leaves her ability to get and keep a boy to Bonny Andrew.
Grover Fissell leaves his cheering ability to Ned Higgins.
Catherine Fissell leaves her domestic ability to Betty Shindledecker.
Helen Phillips leaves her brotherly love to Bill Trainer. J
Hubert Phillips wills his Ford to John Osborne.
lled Snnth leaves his ability to sleep tolohn McMillan.
Naomi Lee leaves herllfoy 'fiendsto Rhea Richards.
Ruth Linn wills her quietness to Jane Wieland.
Jane O'Shaughnessy leaves her love for red, wavy hair to Evelyn Mc-
Bertha Reinhardt leaves her textbooks to anyone who wants them.
Anna Ruth Wheeler wills her ability to write essays to Edwin Whipple.
Bonny Heacock wills her smile to her sister.
Paul Lindenmeyer leaves his ability to sing bass to John Geyer.
Don Mateer leaves his love for women to Jack Shipman.
Vincent Gregory leaves his farming ability to Jim Fate.
Roy Haines wills his love for pharmacy to Jack Phillips.
Clifford Lamson leaves his favorite hangout to John O'Shaughnessy.
Wayne McClelland leaves his ability to go to Heacock's to Dick Sesler.
Bob Osborne wills his salesmanship to Dominic Fiscarelli.
Bill Bendle wills his ability to get in the C. C. C. camp to Kenneth Rhodes.
Bob Patesel leaves his red hair to Bob Lee.
Cole Miller wills his ability to manage the athletic teams to next year's
Jack McPeek leaves his liking of the name "Marjorie" to Bob Coning.
Bonny Ellen Andrew, Connie Ault,
Marjorie Baker, Calvin Barler, Bill
Batchelor, Maurice Breese, Eldon
Brown, Tom Campbell. Lorraine
Case, Robert Coning, Mable Clap-
per, Jimmy Davis, Erma Denton,
Elizabeth Edgegl, Jack Logan, Elva
Etter, Esther Furbay, Martha Gey-
er, Ilena Gregory, Dick Gornpf,
Janis Hammond, Jean Haines,
Retha Hart, Ruth Hart, Lucille
Helman, Betty Hirth, Jonathan
Hudnell, Virginia Krout, Bob Lee,
Wilma Jane Lee, Mary Losey, Eve-
lyn McCamman, John McMillan,
Dorothy Miller, Alice Morton, J'o'hn
O'Shaughnessy, Maxine Page, Ray-
rrrond Parks, Ruth Peoples, Rhea
Richards, Marjorie Richardson,
Dorothy Richey, Bette Ross, Orrie
Ruhl, Toby Shade, Edna Shelpman,
Edna Shier, Jack Shipman, Peggy
Smith, Vaughan Tennant, Charles
Tharp, Vivian Tuttle, Leroy Vaug-
han, Robert Wagner, Geraldine
Watson, George West, Edwin
Whipple, Dwaine Wiseman, Anna
Wiswell, Martha Wood, Adviser,
Miss Van Sickle.
Junior Class History
HE junior class is composed of sixty members
who are noted for their intelligence and coop-
eration. Many of the class are active members of
some high school organization and have won recog-
nition of their abilities.
The representatives to student council are Alice
Morton and John O'ShaughnessV.
In October the junior class sponsored a very
successful Halloween Dance. In January they gave
a comedy play called "No Foolin' ".
They are spending the last few weeks preparing
for the Junior-Senior Banquet, which is, of course,
the outstanding event of the year.
President ..l,,...,. ........,....,.....,.,cc.......,. G race Wiswell
Vice President ,...,,...,.......,. .c.. V irginia Krout
Secretary and Treasurer ..,... ..., D orothy Miller
SCOOPS THE CLASSES
Sophomore Class History
HE sophomore class this year has been super-
vised by Miss Filiere
They have definitely made a place for them-
selves in the school life. They are eager to par-
ticipate in all the activities and make each act they
do a success.
Those who helped bring the basketball "B"
squad through as the Morrow County champions
are: Dick Sesler, Jim Wolfe, Dean Breese, John
Osborne, and Jim Fate. These boys will be mem-
bers of next year's "A" squad and they have a very
The band and orchestra are very well sup-
ported by: Ruth McClelland, Eileen Parks, Pauline
Heacock, Bill Trainer, Jack Phillips, Bill Brollier,
Dean Breese, John Osborne, and Janice Keller.
President .ii..... ,.......i,iir....,...,..r,.,... P auline Heacock
Vice President rrro,rroo,rr.,,...,r rcrrr J anice Keller
Secretary and Treasurer ..... ..... P auline Gartin
Betty Bending, Annabeth Bon-
ham, Owen Bowman, Dean Breese.
Bill Brollier, Hope Clark, Charles
Coning, Martha Coleman, Warren
Davis, Jim Fate, Dominic Fisca-
relli, Leroy Fisher, Pauline Gar-
ten, Pauline Heacock, Bernice Her-
ron, Margaret Heimlich, Wilma
Jean Heskett, Orrin Hildebrand.
Warren Hildebrand, Ned Higgins,
Margery Hobbs, Ben Holtrey,
Joanna Hull, Stella Kasavage,
Janis Keller, Harvey Marshall,
Betty McCammon, Ruth McClel-
land, Horace McClenathan, Vin-
cent McCreary, Rosellen Mosher,
Charles Nevvhon, John Osborn.
Eileen Parks, Jack Phillins, Mari-
lyn Rice, Virginia Rider, Richard
Sesler, Betty Shindledecker, Norma
Rose Smith, Cecil Tavlor, Jov
Teeple, Bill Trainer, Eugene Tur-
ner, Vesta Watson, Raymond
West, Jane Wieland, Bertha Wil-
liams, James Wolfe, Ruth Wright:
Adviser, Miss Filiere.
Melba Bachelder, Ruth Batche-
lor, Kenneth Beardsley, Dale
Boyle, Dorothy Canterbury, Eileen
Case, Kick Christman, Doris Cor-
win, Donald Coning, Fred Corwin
Tom Crawford, Bob Corwin, John
Henry Evans, Jack Fate, Jean
Fate, Gene Garner, John Gartin,
Mary Geiger, Harold George, John
Geyer, Rose Ellen Harrison, Dale
.Houseworth, Betty Ireland, George
Jackson, Jane Kasavage, Geral-
dine Koch, Robert Lawyer, Bill
Lee, Norman MacMillin, Ruth
Masters, Dayle McCamman, Cleta
McClenathan, Charles McNeal,
Robert McNeal, Salo Miller, Ger-
aldine Mitchell, Betty Neal, Vir-
ginia O'Shaughnessy, Mary Pat-
terson, Richard Patterson, 'Marv
Perkins, Charles Phillips, Mary
Reed, Buddy Reinhardt, Charles
Rhodebec, Kenneth Rhodes, Daisv
Lee Robinson, John Sesler. Helen
Szalapato, E 1 a i n e Thompson,
Marymae Tippett, Rhea Ullom,
Doris Wagner, Billy Ward, Kath-
leen Watts, Harry Wertz, Eugene
West, Darlen Whipple, Charles
White, Mary Jane Williams, Ad-
viser, Mr. Shipman.
Freshmen Class History
N SEPTEMBER, 1938, these boys and girls as-
sembled in the Study Hall as freshmen. After
studying very hard, they are now ready to become
upper classmen. They have added much to our
school and will continue to do so, We are sure.
They have many outstanding students, each
one having a slightly different goal from the other.
Those who play in the band and orchestra are:
Fred Corwin, John Geyer, Salo Miller, and Bill Lee.
Many of the boys have gone out for basketball,
baseball, and football, and in the future years they
will help bring victory to Mt. Gilead.
President ........ ........ S alo Miller
Vice President .cc..........c... ....cc R uth Batchelor
Secretary and Treasurer ..... .,... E ugene West
CATCH THE GRADE S
This class has had as its adviser this year, Mr. Francis Dalrymple.
This is their last year in Junior High School and they are passing on to high school
in a blaze of glory.
Many members of this class are in the band and orchestra, and they are also par-
ticipating in the intramural sports.
They have always helped make school life a happy life and We are sure it will con-
tinue this Way through the rest of their high school years.
President .,.,,..,,i,..,.,....,. ....,..............,.......,.., ........... W a nda Keye
Vice President .................... ....,....................i.,............ P hyllis Meyers
Secretary and Treasurer .V.VVVY.Vw.................................. Harold Furbay
The seventh grade has been ably advised this year by Miss Louise Busby.
As this is the first year in the high school building for these ambitious students, We
think they have done remarkably well in adjusting themselves to high school life.
Two outstanding events which occurred this year were the Hallowe'en Party held at
the school house, with everybody coming masked, and the Valentine Party which was
held in their home room. '
With such cooperation and sportsmanship as this class has shown, we are sure the
school traditions will always be upheld.
President .............. .................................................. L ouise McCarty
Vice President ................................,. ,.......,.... ........ L o well Bogart
Secretary and Treasurer .....................,W..l,..e,..Y......,.......,,,. Billy Neal
FUTURE MT. GILEAD
The Grade Building
llli elementary huilding nf the Mt. Gilead schools has a total enrollment of two hnndrefl and ciglny-
three niniils, one hnnilri-rl and forty-four girls and one hnnilred and thirty-ninv hoys. 'I'l1c-re are
eight romns in the hnililing and the six ggraflvs are fliriflr-fl arnnng these wmriis. Bccausv of the
large nnmher of mnmils in the first. second. and filth pfradncs. it was necessary to divide these ronins.
The most imlvnrtant activity undertaken hy each grade during the school year is the preparation nf an
entertaining and educational chapel program. The calendar for these progrranis for the rnrrent sclimyl yr-gr
Fifth Grade Miss lkmplcs
Tliird Grade .... ,,...... ....... , , Mrs. llufifiniru
Fifth Grade .....,i ,. ,, .. Nliss Snyder
First and Second Grade ,, ...,,, Miss Hi-rwin
Grade Miss Beckley
........,9cw'rnifl lirafle . .. ., Nliss ,lvnsen
Sixth Grade ...... , ,,,, Miss Hi-ssc-iiger
Fourth Grade ,..., ...... M iss Rinehart
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Another activity for which thc- pupils of the fnurth, hfth. and sixth grades have hc-on very grateful
was atldcdvtn the grad-e nrlogram this year. This was the creation ot a regular weekly gym period under
tlit- supervision and tlircstion ot' Miss YanSickle. thc high school gym teacher.
Un lliursday evening. March tl. :in t-xt-t-ptimiaily worthwhile entertainment was given in the high
sclmnl izvm in coimcvtifm with an 1-xliilwit nf naintings hv thc nld masters. A ivlay entitle-l "Magic in
Color," unrler the direction of Miss Snyder was ivrcscnted in a very ahlc manner lxy :ill the girls in
the sixth grade.
'l'it'kets inr this entertainment wc-rc snlrl liy thu pupils nf the third. fourth. tiftli. and sixth grades.
Tn frt-ate an incentive for salesmanship a lovely picture was tn he given to the room selling the largest
nuinlmt-r nf tickets. This nrize was wnn liy the third grade which sold a total of 70 tickets znnnunting
One ni thc most important events nf the early spring was 'an Amcriean Folk Music lfcstival pre-
sented by the Music Department of the grades under the direction of Miss Gantz nn Friday evening.
The final activity of the sclmnl vcar and one in which all the pupils partivipatcrl was thc May Fes-
tival rin thi' svlinnl lawn :luring thc latter part ot' May. This also was under the direction of Miss
tlnntn assisted hy the grade teachers.
Hi - Y
HE local chapter of the Mt. Gilead Hi-Y is affiliated with the National Y. M.
C. A. It is one of the outstanding clubs of our school.
The Hi-Y in conjunction with the Girl Reserves have sponsored several
interesting chapel programs.
The oflicers are as follows: Wayne McClelland, president: John McMillan, vice
presidentg Ned Smith, secretary: Cole Miller, treasurer. Mr. Shipman is the adviser.
HIS club was organized in 1938 by Coach Hopkins. The club tries to aid
athletics in any way possible, and has strived to do, mainly, two things. They
are: encourage team spirit, and add money to the athletic fund.
The club earns money the following ways: by sale of Indian heads, Hershey's
badges, rule-books, and sponsors' athletic dances, and banquets.
The officers are as follows: Max Craven, president: Cole Miller, treasurer: Leslie
Burson, secretary. Coach Hopkins is the adviser.
AND CITIZENSHIP ARE THE
HE Girl Reserve is a national organization. The goal of this or-
ganization is to uphold the ideals and standards of Christian
womanhood, to create a spirit of service, to promote high stand-
ards of honor in school life and in personal living.
Highlights of the year were: formal initiation, Christmas party,
handicraft, book reviews, and Mother-and-Daughter Banquet.
The Club's slogan is: To find and give the best, the purpose:
To face life squarely, the song: Follow the Gleam, the code: As a
Girl Reserve I will strive to be:
Gracious in manner
Impartial in judgment
Ready for service
Reaching toward the best
Earnest in purpose
Seeing the beautiful
Reverent to God
Victorious over self
Sincere at all times.
The officers are: Rosemary Ault, president, Alice Morton, vice
president, Mabel Clapper, secretary, Rheta Corwin, treasurer. Ad-
visors: Miss Hummell, Miss Busby, and Miss Van Sickle.
WE DEVELOP THE CULTURHL
The Girls' Glee Club is composed of twenty-seven girls from all classes in high
school. Rehearsals are held once a week, under the direction of Mr. Bixel who has
had charge of this department for the past three years. Virginia Krout was the
High School Orchestra
A person passing through the Junior High School building between one and one
forty-five P.M., might have heard a jumble of squeaky and mournful sounds issuing
from the music room. His curiosity being aroused, he might have ventured to look
inside the door, where he would have beheld the High School Orchestra assembled for
Members of the orchestra are taken from the Junior and Senior High School.
ART CF MUSIC -
The Boys' Glee Club is composed of musical talent found in the Fresh-
men, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Classes. This organization practiced
each Monday morning under the direction of Mr. Bixel. Virginia Krout
We are very proud of our High School Band, which has been making
rapid progress this year under the direction of Mr. Bixel. This group of
thirty-seven musicians has played for assembly programs, and other
special programs throughout the year.
Special Chorus Registers
Worthy Home Membership
the Aim of These
Future Farmers of
The Future Farmers' Club has been
one of the most active school organiza-
tions this year. Along with the regu-
lar work in vocational agriculture, the
boys found time to present a chapel
program, put a cable around the ath-
letic Held and sponsored a parent-and-
son banquet. Mr. Dalrymple is the
The officers are as follows: Richard
Gompf, presidentg James Hull, vice
presidentg Dominic Fiscarelli, secre-
taryg Eldon Brown, treasurerg Jack
"We are Home Economics sisters
striving to be better Homemakers
both today and tomorrow. We carry
out the purposes of the Future
Homemakers' Association and we
serve the association, the home, and
the school to the full extent of our
The club sponsored a Hallowe'en
Party, Christmas Party, a Mothers'
Tea, several banquets and a dance, as
well as an assembly program.
The club officers are as follows:
Katherine Fissell, presidentg Wilma
Jean Heskett, vice presidentg Bette Mc-
Camrnan, secretaryg Joy Teeple, treas-
urerg Pauline Gartin, reporter: Miss
A SCUND MIND IN A - -
- - SOUND BODY
The Mt. Gilead High School is sponsoring an extensive program of athletics.
There are three major sports that take the spot-lightg these are football, basketball,
and baseball. All these sports function on an inter-scholastic basis.
Due to the fact that not all the students are able to participate in the three major
sports, there is another phase of athletics being carried on in the school. This pro-
gram is carried on through intramural sports. A few examples of these are boxing,
wrestling, archery, softball, and volleyball.
There are two reasons why these activities are carried on so extensively. One
is the fact that all the students will be able to participate in some activity which
should help build up their bodies and likewise their minds. The other is that it creates
an interest in the major sports, and tends to make the students aware of the signifi-
cance of these sports.
FOOTBALL CREATES TEAMWORK
Though hard fighters, our football team was not at its best during the
entire season. There were several injuries of a minor nature that took
many boys from the determined team. There were, also, a number of
One cause for so many injuries was the extremely hard athletic field
on which most of the games were played. Unlike the year before, the team
played only one game in the mud, this being the rain-soaked field at
Madison High. V
The schedule was broken up by two of our opponents. The Bellville
game was cancelled because of the threat of scarlet fever. The Ahsley
game was also cancelled due to the numerous injuries of the players, but
the date was filled with the Galion Reserves.
The first team was composed of fairly green material even though
there were nine seniors, two juniors, and one sophomore. Nearly every
player back from the team of last year was changed to a new and unfa-
miliar position this year. Linemen were made into backfield men, tackles
into ends, and many other changes.
This year the schedule was composed of teams that had nearly the
same aggregations back from the .year before. The first three games
brought no praise to the defensive ability of our team, but after these our
team was suddenly inspired. They won their next three games, and tied the
fourth, holding their opponents scoreless for four straight games. This
was a feat that had never been accomplished before in the school history.
We can praise the team for its ability to get along together. This
year every one of the seniors took his turn at being one of the game co-
captains. There were no arguments among the players that were not
The boys opened the season by winning only a moral victory. The old sleeper
play was the only thing that made it possible for the Indians to be the only
team that was ahead of the strong Galion team.
Butler, a supposedly Weak team held the Indians to a 6-6 deadlock. All large
gains were called back due to large penalties.
With their first victory under their arms, the purple and White literally handed
the Sunbury team their victory.
The game was cancelled due to scarlet fever in the Bellville Schools.
The purple and white turned in their first victory of the year by the hard running
backs, blocking, and tackling.
Craven, Right Half
McPeek, Right Half
Scored all points in the first half, but was unable to score in the second half due
to the great number of penalties.
Every member of the squad was in the line-up. The first eleven were able to
score at will.
Even though this was only a tie game, it was the greatest spiritual win of the
Game was played on the rain-soaked field of Madison High. The purple and
White held the high scoring team to a 19-0 decision.
All Mid-State Team
Lamson, Left Half
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Mt. Gilead .......... 38 Iberia ..,l... ...... 2 3
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Mt. Gilead ..,....... 26 Johnsville .......... 23
Mt. Gilead .......,,, 46 Danville ..........,. 21
Mt. Gilead .......,.. 21 Cardington ,..... 26
Mt. Gilead ........., 25 Galion ......,......... 56
MORROVV County Tournament
Mt. Gilead ........ ,. 35 Chesterville
Mt. Gilead ..........
Totals: Mt. Gilead, 598, Opponents, 556.
26 Sparta ................ 37
Lee, Coach Hopkins
B O T T O M R OW
Tharp, Fate, Wolfe,
AND RESULTS - - -
Although this year's team was not a championship team, we are
proud of many of their showings. As a rule, the team was regarded as a
"Last Half" team. Many times, they held their opponents on even terms
during the first half, and "turned on the heat" during the remainder of the
Being in the strongest bracket of the county tournament, the boys
opened their play by overwhelming the mighty Chester'vi1le quintet. The
Indians looked as though nothing could stop themg but the following week-
end was a very different story. Unlike the previous game, the players did
not stand up under the tournament tension, and withered under the tre-
mendous power of a Sparta five to end the basketball careers of seven mem-
bers of the varsity squad. ,
BASEBALL - -
We regret greatly that due to the early taking of our pictures we are
unable to have the baseball pictures in this Mizpah.
Although losing many hard hitters and good fielders, We are expecting
a championship team. This year We are in the county tournament play,
and have high hopes of capturing the cup.
By changing our field to the fairgrounds, we hope to have more spec-
tators and followers. We are engaging in a very hard schedule, which is
April 4-Wooster ,.... There
April 7-Wooster ..... Here
April 14-Cardington Here
April 21-Iberia ..... Here
April 25-Marengo .... There
April 28-Edison ..... There
May 5-Johnsville ...... Here
O I O
We, the members of the 1939 graduating Class, Wish by this
means to sincerely thank the business men of Mt. Gilead and vi-
cinity for their thorough co-operation.
One of the largest hydraulic presses in the worldgan H-P-M Fastraverse Press of
5000 tons pressure capacity---installed in the plant of Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc.,
Santa Monica, California. This, and another H-P-M Press of 2000 tons pressure ca-
pacity form more than a thousand different duralumin parts for the huge Douglas
Transports traveling the skyways from coast to coast. It is one of the many industries
in which H-P-M Fastraverse Presses are playing a vital part in reducing production
THE HYDRAULIC PRESS MFG. COMPANY
Mount Gilead, Ohio
OFFICES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES
TRIPLE THRIF T
Thrift in Price - Thrift in Current - Thrift in Upkeep
MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE
Phone 135 54 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead
of Say it Ifwth Flowers
ALVIN L. SPRIGGS '
CITIES SER VICE
DE R E Mt. Gilead, O. Phone 226
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Jostin's Jewelry Co
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SEE THE NEVV FORD AND MERCURY
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The Union Power Co
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Home-Made Ice Cream
Salads Cold Meats
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
S A M E S 8a C O O K
Hardware - Stoves E
Furnaces and E
Sheet Metal Work E
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Mt. Gilead, Ohio
A Good Place to Eat
ALL HOME-COOKED FOOD
38 S. Main St.
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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ALFRED D. CROCK
CLASS OF 1939
CLASS of "39"
Quality Costs Less at
All Nationally Known Brands
Shirts and Furnishings
Griffon - Worstecl Tex
The Smith Clothing Co
Center Street, East of Main
B L A Y N E Y
AUTO SALES SERVICE
Mt. Gileacl, Ohio
It Pays to Look Well
Linn'S Barber Shop
Over People's Savings Bank
Carrolls Jewelry Store
Gifts for All Occasions
Thousands of Items for Every Purse
F. H. Louclenslager
15 N. Main St.
Morrow Rural Electric
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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The Morrow County
Sand Sz Gravel
Mt. Gilead Ohio
MORROW CREAMERY COMPANY
PASTURIZED GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS
ALWAYS YOUR BEST MARKET FOR CREAM
Phone 2K Mt. Gilead, Ohio
R. W. 8: R. Wolforinger
We Specialize on Your
Baked Goods Order
Watson 8z Hardman
Mt. Gilead Bakery
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H. C. GEYER
Poultry, Eggs and Cream
Phone 70K ilVlt. Gilead, Ohio
Stop at This Sign
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JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENTS
Phone 192 L
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For Finer Care of Your Car
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141 E. Center St.
The Home of Finer Gifts
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FOR THE BEST
VALUES IN TOWN :
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BALLS PAINTS AND
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BASEBALLS - BQASEBALL BATS
The Union Dept.
Wilsons, Rowlaning 8x O'Shay Dist.
108 North Main St. Mansfield, Ohio
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JEWELRY AND INVITATIONS
, Compliments Of
B A D E R'S : ,
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SALES-ELECTRICAL SERVICE :
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Phone 104 14 W. High St. :
S. Main St. Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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Found Only in Morrow County
AULT MOTOR SALES
144 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead, O.
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Watch and Clock Repair
Watches - Gifts :
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355 S. Main Street E
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Dick's Shoe Repair
Zeller and Galleher
I-IarcIen's Music Store
Porter Oil Company
DISTRIBUTORS OF NATIONAL
W. Marion St. Mt. Gilead, O.
GRAIN - FEED - SEEDS
COAL and BUILDING
Phone 98 Mt. Gilead
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Cor. E. Union 8: Vine St.
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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 Offered today are the Tappan divided-top ranges, await-
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Always Two Good Feet Ahead
106 N. Main St. Mansfield, Ohio
THE VOC UE
Where Smart Fashion Reigns
Charm Beauty Shoppe
15M South Main Phone 28
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
We Wish to congratulate you on mak-
ing the goal for which you have been
aiming the past several years.
Now that you have completed your
high school course, what about your fu-
ture? Our 44 years in Business College
Works prompts us to advise your joining
our summer or fall classes to continue
vour educational Work along the line
best suited to enable you to make BASE
HITS in your future efforts.
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Invitation To Visit Our
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Representatives of UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER CO.
131 N. Main St. Phone 4290
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