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

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L..k X NG, Q is Q Vs Editor-in-Chief ...,........ Mouric Bus' ess Monoger ........,. Grace We, the class of l94O, in N publishing this Mizpah are cel- ebrating the twenty-fifth anni- versary of this annual. We have endeavored to preserve by pic- tures arid articles the import- ant activities of the past year. We hope this will recall to everyone many happy incidents that have happened during the past and will serve as a friend- ship token in days to come. J, jfubmie to The class of 1940 wishes to pay tribute to Mr. Barker, our adviser and friend during our junior and senior years. i aaaa assays i ,, jduwi Hfwunda, X , e ,. ' as , xx g? x N, R, Q R ,Nw i igiilllffi 1 ygcy i - i i 'I L. We, as members of the senior class, wish to take this opportunity to thank all of the people in the community who have helped better our school grounds and our athletic field by giving us their utmost cooperation in working out a financial program. We look upon the swimming pool, the tennis courts, and the recreational grounds as an asset to the community and hope that in future years they will prove pleasurable to everyone. G' G' Denton Charles Dumbaugh L- C- Dye Roy Linn O. E. Smith Bvwwlugf The Mt. Gilead Board of Education becomes more important to the student body every year, Each year finds a closer association and cooperation between the board and the students. Due to the tireless effort of the members, many helpful and useful projects have been successfully accomplished with the aid of the entire community. 1-is""" ORVILLE H. FARRAR Mr. Farrar has done much to forward school interests during his first year with us. We appreciate the ca-operation he has extended to the student body and faculty. Mrs Farrar graduated from Byesville High School in Byesville, Ohio. He attended Ohio University at Athens, Ohio, and received a B.S. degree in Education and an MS. degree. He has had thirteen years teaching experience. DWIGHT L. MUSSELMAN The student body has been proud to have as its superintendent, Mr, Musselman, who has helped us by generously contributing to our welfare and guiding us in our curricular and extra-curricular activities. Mr, Musselman graduated from Bluffton High School in Bluffton, Ohio. He also gradua- ted from Bluffton College where he received a AB. degree. He received his MA. degree from Ohio State University. He has had four- teen years teaching experience. Mfg., , - ,... , ,,,,tt ' ' R, i"l i F B . i . , x Q 2 9' ,, 1 .1 ' - ,, fs , f.,,. In ' .-.,. I lfmw' i f MISS LOUISE BUSBY MISS JULIA CAMPBELL MR. FRANCIS DALRYMPLE English, Literature English, Literature Agriculture AMANDA, OHIO MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Capital University Defiance College Ohio State University A. B. A. B. B. S. MISS GAYETTA FILIERE MISS KATHRYN GANTZ MR. WALLACE HARD Commercial TOLEDO, OHIO Bowling Green University WESTERVILLE, B. S. Foreign Language Otterbein College A. B., B. Mus. Music, Science LINWORTH, OHIO Denison University OHIO A, B., B. P. S. M. B. P. S. M. xx.. .. ,... . SMITH'S Men's and Young Men's Clothing of Quality! Manhattan Shirts Alligator Raincoats Stetson Hats Rugby Sweaters Knit-Tex Topcoats Neckties THE SMITH CLOTHING COMPANY Marion, Ohio ' MCCARTHY G' SIMON, Inc. Manufacturing Specialists 7-9 West 36th Street, New York Just off Fifth Avenue Specialists in CHOIR VESTMENTS - PULPIT GOWNS CAPS, GOWNS, HOODS for All Degrees Outfitters to over 2,000 Schools, Colleges, and Churches fy .-,- ,. ig... ,.,- JA' -.u-1'9" MR. CARL HOPKINS MR. ROSS HOY MISS REBA HUMMELL COOCIW, Biology Industrial Arts Home Economics AKRON, OHIO BRISTOLVILLE, OHIO CARROLL, OHIO University of Akron Kent State Ohio State University B. E. B. S. in Ed. B. S. MR. DALE PORTER MISS GERTRUDE VAN SICKLE MISS REBECCA CLINE Mathematics Physical Education, Speech Secretary SCIO, OHIO CARDINGTON, OHIO Mount Union College Otterbein, A. B. B. S. Ohio State University, M. Sc. Compliments of Compliments of THE JACKSON LUMBER CO. A FRIEND ,- MISS B. BECKLEY MISS V. MERWIN Ashland College Ashland College Grade One Grade One, Two MRS. M. HOFFMIRE MISS A. JENSEN Kent State Miami University Grade Three Grade Two, Three MISS E. MESSENGER MISS M. SNYDER Wittenberg College Ohio State U. Grade Six Grade Six MISS B. PEOPLES MISS G. RINEHART Ohio State U. Ashland College Grade Five Grade Four f., COMPLIMENTS OF FATE'S HARDWARE Agfgmo Las. J Z2 ' Howglo lu:llLLln. K ' - .QW ,V "L-nz uw me ru-mms' a. .. I-htard lx wrlrkvis and when lx t 12 A ' 4 mm. M1 new-r Mrk- urn nee 11 ' 1, numb. sun'nww,ma-a . A 1. - V, nf A w ,law n-an :mmm me Q P .af -75,-fi , mum aisxsm mms-fn an wmv Q, . - f 1nm,-wma-m-mmm,-MWA Arn- A nm. mn um sf 1 -wh dm vm sim , ,Q zzz.-1 . K :fm -Q 'bmw'-mm mmm sg' ' mf , A g ' army umm-4 an i mama vm' W 'R 4 M in kavml, ww 'mm nam.-Q l. ' i Ive tim Ilan. 890191. rf 1 ,L z i f mama wreunp, I A"' g.1,,f,,' kzyj W "mmm use so ma my me kmku , . fl., ww . Q . rnmpin mv so-,ani nv " SA ,ggw -. I 3 nam uw mum: -n. mr new mn f Q - .na grulqfaannam-af her a ui ' -' if, ff' wma mm mam-nm. Sn- mm ,. s, f muvhbeamaemuu-eamu P00 1 .Jr-'E ' '. Z . 1915 -M M, 1-www QM'--1 Mi , " fm ,, f mx ya: 4 as leg- sam: emu. W 1-,, -nnammu-.mvuf-.amryfm fi , mf 1 mmm! ww mn uf: wu- 1915 GRADUATING CLASS N QF MT. GILEAD GRADUATES 5 SENIORS AS 4TH GRADERS I ,Q YJ I E A f I i BONNY ANDREW Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Glee Club I, 2, Class Play 4. Scholarship Team 3, 4. Mizpah Staff 4. WILLIAM BATCHELOQR Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. Football I, 2, 3, 4. Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. M-Club I, 2, 3, 4. Music lVocal 6' lr1st.l I, 2, 3, 4. ff 'Wm . . g. as Wx CONNIE AULT CALVIN BARLER Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4. Class Play 4. Girl Reserve Z, 3, 4. Office 4. G. R. Cabinet 4. County Chorus 2, 3, 4. MARJORIE BAKER Mizpah Staff 4. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Glee Club I, Z, 3, 4. Office 4. Commercial Play I. Gong Staff 4. o WILLIAM BENDLE MAURICE BREESE ELDON BROWN Glee Club I, 2, 3. Football I, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 3. Basketball 2, 3, 4. F. F. A. Treas., V.-Pres. Industrial Arts Club 2, Class Play 3, 4. Gong Staff 4. Hi-Y Z, 3, 4. Judging Team I, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. M-Club 3, 4. Pep Band 4. Music lVocal 6' Inst.I I, 2, 3, 4. COMPLIMENTS OF THE CORNER FOOD MARKET J 1 Band I, 2, 3, 4. I F.F.A.i,2, 3, 4. I dih- 'Sf 'Q"""'!' . .S y ' ' '-kf' . , .gf-v 5. TOM CAMPBELL MABLE CLAPPER ROBERT CONING JIM DAVIS lntramural B.B. l, 2. Glee Club l, 4, News Staff 3. Football 3, 4. Mizpah Staff 4. Scholarship Team 3, 4. Athletic Reporter Baseball Mgr. l Glee Club 2, 4. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. for Gong 4. l-li-Y 2, 3, 4. Jr. Kiwanis 4. Mizpah Staff 4. M-Club 2, 3, 4. Special Chorus 4. Prince of Peace 4, Mizpah Staff 4. Operetta Z. Salutatorian 4. F, F. A. 2. ERMA DENTON Comm. Club l. F, H. A. Pres. 4. Glee Club l. Class Play 4. Office 4. Gong Staff 4. ELIZABETH EDGELL Glee Club 4. General Course. ELVA ETTER Special Chorus 4. Glee Club l, 4. F. H.A. l, 2, 3, 4. Gong Staff 4. Intramural B.B. l, 2, 3, 4. I ESTHER FURBAY F. H.A. l, 2, 3. Music Club l. COMPLIMENTS OF THE UNION STORE yugo' I I3 S. 1'-and MARTHA GEYER Class President l Class Secrefary 4 Class Treas. 2. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. ,-.-ws. V .Q . RICHARD GOMPF ILENA GREGORY F.F.A. Pres. 3. Art Club l. F .F. A. Sec. 4. F. H. A. l, 2. F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4. Class Play 4. Mizpoh Staff 4. Football 4. Cheerleader 2, 3. RETHA HART RUTH HART Glee Club l. Gong Staff 4. Art Club l. Scrapbook Club l. College Prep. l, 2. ' F, H. A. 4. Commercial 3, 4. LUCILLE HELMAN Gong Staff 4. Scholarship Team 3, 4. Class Play 4. Intramural l, 2, 3, 4. Office 4. Girl Reserve 4. ww NORTH CENTRAL OHlO'S LARGEST MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING STORE f9N. JEAN HAINES G. R. Sec. 4. Class Play 4. Mizpah Staff 4. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Office 4. French Club 3. BETTY HIRTH Transferred from Edison High School Chorus l. Gong Staff 4. ..---if MARION, l OHIO W 4 54' g' I ,. ..-1-1 el, W0- JONATHAN HUDNELL NATALIE KLOTZ VIRGINIA KROUT College Prep. Transferred from Girl Reserve Pres. 4. Band 3, 4. Lakewood High School Valedictorion 4. Girl Reserve 4. Class Play 3, 4. Class Play 4. Scholarship Team 3, 4. Intramural 4. Mizpah Staff 4. Sports Queen Att. 4. Glee Club I, 2, 3. I WILMA JANE LEE Glee Club I, 4. Chorus 4. F. H.A. I, 2, 3, 4. Gong Staff 4. JACK LOGAN MARY LOSEY Football 3, 4. F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 3, 4. Glee Club I, 4. Baseball I, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 4. Class Play 3, 4. Gong Staff 4. F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4. Intramural BB. I, 2, 3, 4. Music lVocal C1 Inst.I F, H. A. Reporter 4. l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT LEE M-Club I, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4. Student Council 4. Football l, 2, 3. Basketball I, 2, 3. Student Council Pres. EVELYN McCAMMAN Scholarship Team 3, 4. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Accompanist 4, F. H. A. 4. Orchestra 3, 4. Glee Club I, 2, 3. Compliments of THE MARION BUSINESS COLLEGE MARION, OHIO Telephone 2767 J. T, Bargar, pres. JOHN McMILLAN Basketball 3, 4. Student Council 2. Class Pres. 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4. X DOROTHY MILLER Class Treas. 3. Class Play 3. Sports Queen 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. M-Club 3, 4. Glee Club i, 2, 3, 4. MAXINE PAGE Girl Reserve Treas. 4. Student Council 4. Class V.-Pres. 2. Glee Club i, 3, 4. Mizpah Staff 4. Sports Queen Att. 4. DONNA PARK Transferred from Marengo High School Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4. F. H. A. Club. ' County Chorus 2. "WN,-Ds 'ini' ""'i"'9' ..,. . A Hella-.." f+filz'3":ET i :l . 5 5 Y X it s-6 . . -1s:zf2. W.. - -:..e.a- r R XM I ss-1 5 . ALICE MORTON Scholarship Team 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Glee Club i, 4. Office 4. Class Treas. l. RAY PARKS Football i, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4. M-Club 3, 4. Music lVocal C1 Inst.l l, ,3,4. ,QQ v . COMPLIMENTS OF G. D. CRAVEN ,.,.-..- g JOHN O'SHAUGHNESSY Student Council l, 2. Hi-Y Club 3, 4. Class Treas. 4. Mizpah Staff 4. Prince of Peace 4. intramural B.B. l, 2. RUTH PEOPLES Gong Staff 4. Scrap Book Club l. Girl Reserve 4. Class Play 4. County Orch. l, 2. County Chorus l, 2. .,. .l I MARJORIE RICHARDSON Glee Club l, Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Mizpah Staff 4. Gong Editor 4. Office 4. Class Play 3. EDNA SHIER Transferred from lberia High School General Course 5 S i ,V "Q, K . . q,4. 4,,.f--v -'wc-b had DOROTHY RICHEY ORRIE RUHL EDNA SHELPMAN Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4. Band l, 2, 3, 4. Gong Staff 4. M-Club 4. Orchestra l, Z, 3. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4, lr1CluStl'iCll Arts Club Chorus l, 2, 3. Office 4, l, 2, 3. County Chorus 3. Class Play 3. Gong Staff 4. F. H. A. l. G. R. Cabinet 4. Class Play Staff 4. Girl Reserve 4. Intramural B.B. 4. I JACK SHIFMAN PEGGY SMITH VAUGHAN TENNANT Transferred from Cheerleader 3, 4. Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4. Chesterville High School Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. M-Club 2, 3, 4. F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4. G. R. Cabinet 4. Baseball 2. Class Play 4. Office 4. Football l, 2, 4. F. F. A. Treas. 2, 3. Intramural BB. l, 2, 3, 4. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. F. F. A. Soft Ball 2, 3, 4. F. H. A. 2, 3, 4. Football Co-Capt. 4, 3'i , S S , Jrmi DAY STAUFFER s A L E SERVICE 45 S. Main MT. GILEAD Phone 75 Y I M 1 Q it 'r it ' ,, .gl - F -we su F. J , Q ,gum-N' I - Q., L-.-1 CHARLES THARP VIVIAN TUTTLE LEROY VAUGHAN ROBERT WAGNER Industrial Arts Club l, 2. Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4. Scrapbook Club I. Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball Manager 3, 4. Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. French Club 3. BCJSGDOII 3. Athletic Reporter Band Z. BOSICSTIJUII 2, 3. for Gong 4. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. F- F. A. 2, 3, 4- F. H. A. 2, 3, 4. JUCIQIVIQ lf 213- Orchestra 2. Class Play 4. GERALDINE WATSON Transferred from Chesterville High School Glee Club Z. Chorus 2. County Chorus Z. Piano I, 2. GEORGE WEST F. F. A. Club I. Industrial Arts Club Gong Staff 4. I 'kxk ""': '-I Z. EDWIN WHIPPLE Football 3, 4. M-Club 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club l, 2, 3, 4. Industrial Arts Club Pres. 4. DWAINE WISEMAN Band I, 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Football Manager 3. Chorus 2, 4. Glee Club 2, 4. Jr. Kiwanis 4. N-eisnfe COMPLIMENTS OF ZELLER AND GALLEHER bl GRACE WISWELL Student Council l. Class Sec. Z. Class Pres. 3. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Scholarship Team 3, 4. ROY HAI NES Post-graduate Picture Not Available JANIS HAMMOND Glee Club 2. Chorus l. Scrapbook Club. Girl Reserve 4. MARTHA WOOD Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4. Glee Club l, 2. Intramural l, 2, 3, 4. French Club 3. COLE MILLER Post-graduate THE MORTON HARDWARE "Hardware for Hard Wear" A Complete Line of Sporting Goods 28 S. Main St. MT. GlLEAD, OHlO gm war We think Class Wills are a thing of the past, Yet we have qualities we'd like to have last, Characteristics to be passed on along To some of the students of the younger throng. But Editor Morry bequeaths nothing at all He says he's going to need all he has next fall. But Bonny is more generous, her typing skill She leaves to Jane Wieland to try if she will. And Connie+we know she wonft leave you her Lee. But to leave his studies, Tuffy happy will be. Clapper also has something to share: Her hearty laugh, Connie Loren must bear. 0'Shaughnessy leaves all his knowledge, which isn't too much, To John Osborn who has little need of such. Peg and Martha will leave their vocal cords behind, To the younger three who are doing fine. And Page leaves Fulton for wider roads, Just who gets Fulton, nobody knows. With a sigh Bill Batchelor leaves his trumpet behind And it's up to Don Clemm to keep up the time. Dot Miller, too, leaves her crooning songs, To that new Cleveland gal, Miss Dorothy McCombs. Ginny Krout leaves her horses, lwith Ozzie's sleighl And McMillan leaves work at night to work all day. Shelpman leaves her clarinet which we shall name Joe, While Jack Logan leaves his fondness of the small word "no". Jim Davis leaves his ability to sleep and to eat To Bob Miley who shall undertake the remarkable feat. Gracie's ability as an artist she leaves to D. Klotz, And Morton'll leave her sophomores as likely as not. Jean Haines leaves her precious ability to talk, And Baker and Coning both leave for a walk. Geyer leaves her form, and Brown leaves his nose- As honored "Gong" winners perhaps they should pose. Hudnell was going to leave Furbay, but changed his mind, So now Klotz will keep steady to be up with the times. Fleet Parks leaves his job as treasurer to any poor sucker Who happens to get elected at a famous "bean" supper. All the farmers we have will leave "hey" like the rest, Let's see, we have Borler, Vaughan, Wagner, and West. We find Gompf and Shipman are farmers, too, So they'll leave what they don't take to each one ot you. Dot Richey, M. Richardson and V. Tuttle, each one, Leave to everyone their ability to have lots of fun. Edna Shier and Donna Park leave their ability to get lessons, But it won't do anyone good if they don't quit this messin'. McCamman with regret leaves her music box. And Lucille Helman wants to leave her "hot socks." The Hart twins leave their ability to look like each other, To Chuck and Bob McNeal who are each other's brother. Ed Whipple leaves his love of work to Jim Fate, And Campbell leaves to Phillips his ability to date. Ruhl, Tharp and Bendle leave their art of bowling, And Peoples, Lee and Losey leave their fondness of strolling, llena Gregory in speech leaves her imagination, And Betty Hirth in home ec. leaves her own creation. Wiseman won't leave anything, but wants to take all, And Elva Etter leaves her ability to type to the students next fall. Watson leaves her physics' problems to next year's class, And Denton and Edgell leave school in the past. Now this will include all the seniors lwe hope we're not wrongl , So please, fellow students, remember us after we're gone. We don't want to brag, but here's just one more rule, To all the other classes, we leave a grand school! P. S. Faculty included. Compliments of HARRY M. WARD 20 Educational Publications I Compliments of Ernie Fry Jim Royston Rural Electric Ackerman's Ken's Texaco Dowler's Music Marathon Oil Back Row: O'Shaughnessy, Advertising Assistant, Batchelor, Advertising Manager, Davis, Assistant Business Manager, Breese, Editor-in-chief, Logan, Assistant Sports Editor, Campbell, Sports Editor, Parks, Assistant Sports Editor, McMillan, Assistant Production Manager, Mr. Barker, Adviser. Front Row: Richardson, Assistant Art Editor, Baker, Assistant Production Manager, Krout, Social Editor, Page, Assistant Production Manager, Morton, Art Editor, Clapper, Assistant Editor, Andrew, Production Manager, Haines, Assistant Class Editor, Geyer, Class Editor, Wiswell, Business Manager. Qpah, A great effort has been expended by this group in their desire to make this annual, on the 25th Anniversary of the Mizpah, an annual worthy of their class and school. SALADS SODAS SANDWICHES SUNDAES LUNCHES MILK SHAKES Prop. W. P. Kentner I ' flau, Of course this was our big yearl Our freshman and sophomore years hold many pleasant memories, but this year we gave the Junior-Senior Banquet for our friends, the seniors. Our class was well represented in our school activities. ln October we had a Hay-Ride. On February l, we presented "The Importance of Being Young," our first major venture into the dramatic field. Our purpose is to promote the welfare of the school and our homes and to become able to help govern the school as efficiently as we can when we are seniors. We chose John "Ozzie" Osborn as president, Dick Sesler as vice-president, and Bertha Williams as secretary-treasurer. TOP ROW: H. McClenathan, J. Phillips, W. Davis, O. Bowman, D. Breese, J. Wolfe, J. Fate, B. Haltrey, C. Newhan, R. Sesler. SECOND ROW: D. Fiscarelli, E. Turner, D. McWilliams, J. Keller, N. Smith, C. Coning, D. West, J. Osborn, W. Trainer, Mr. Hoy, adviser. THIRD ROW: R. McClelland, D. Sweazy, M. Coleman, E. Parks, R. Mosher, S. Kasavage, J. Hull, J, Teeple, B. McCamman, H. Clark. FOURTH ROW: D. Klotz, J, Wieland, P. Talmadge, M. Hobbs, P. Heacock, B. Shindledecker, M. Rice, W. Heskett, V. Watson, B. Geren, B. Williams. HERFF - JONES COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of School and College Jewelry, Graduation Announcements, Medals, Cups and Trophies INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA JEWELERS TO MT. GILEAD HIGH SCHOOL Representative, R. J. Dicken Svplw Klum, In September we held our first class meeting. On October 29 we had a I-lalIowe'en party and scavenger hunt with Miss Campbell as our chaperon. Everyone had a grand time. Our class is well represented in the various school organizations, including the Girl Reserves, Hi-Y, F. F. A., and athletics. The ambitions of our class are many and varied. They include everything from nursing to joining the navy, but our main ambition is to make our school the best ever! We chose the following officers for the year l939-40: Geraldine Mitchell, president, Norman MacMiIlin, vice president, Donald Coning, secretary- treasurer. TOP ROW: R. Corwin, J. Fate, J. Sesler, G. Jackson, K. Rhodes, D. Rhinehart, D. Coning, B, James, F. Corwin, D. Corwin, N. Jackson. SECOND ROW: R. Patterson, C. Phillips, C. White, R. McNeal, C. McNeal, S. Miller, T. Craw- ford, D. Boyle, W. Ward, N. Higgins, D. McCombs. THIRD ROW: J. Sterritt P. Hollingsworth, D. Whipple, C. Meadows, D. Partlow, V, O'Shaugh- nessy, D. Robinson, C. McCIenathan, D. Canterbury, D. McCammon, R. Batchelor. FOURTH ROW: E. West, M. Williams, P. Wakely, E. Case, B. Ireland, M. Bachelder, R. Harrison, G. Mitchell, J. Fate, B. Neal, Mr. Hopkins, adviser. FIFTH ROW: G. Koch, H. Szalapato, J. Kasavage, E, Thompson, R. Masters, J. Geyer, C. Rhodebeck, N. McMilIin, D. Wagner, M. Geiger, M, Perkins, K. Watts. Compliments to the Class of l94O CRESTLINE MUSIC SHOP The Store That Has Everything in Musical Instruments STRAUBE PIANOS Sing Their Own Praise-Spinet, Studio, and Grands Kina. Conn, Selmer, and Reynolds Instruments-Everything for the School Band. and Orchestra USE OUR RENT PLAN OR OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN 520 NORTH THOMAN STREET CRESTLINE, OHIO J glam, Our class entered school in September as freshmen and was given the traditional attention by older high school students. But after a few days of initiation, we once again settled down to a peaceful, happy school life. We organized our class early in the year and chose as our officers: Harold Furbay, president, Don Rider, vice-president, Ann Myers, secretary and treasurer, and Miss Campbell, class adviser. Our class aim is "Always to be true to Mt. Gilead, the school of the purple and white, to do our best in everything we do, and to do everything we are asked to do." Our activities included Hallowe'en and Valentine parties. ln school spirit and cooperation, we are the joy of the school. TOP ROW: T. Davis, E. George, J. Prugh, D. Bogart, R. Bowen, T. Losey, P. Dumbaugh, W. Lee, J. Masters, W. Meadows, L. Denton. SECOND ROW: R. West, D. Roach, I. Giffin, D. Higgins, H. Furbay, K. Beardsley, R. Jaggers, E. Burkey, P. Beckley, H. Breese, R. Smith. THIRD ROW: T. Davis, M. Linn, B. Wrhel, S. MacGregor, A. Bendle, J. Dix, J. McClain, J. Corwin, V. Ward, A. McClish, M. McManus, McWilliams. FOURTH ROW: R. Martin, L. Jackson, D. Conant, C. Lamson, R. Knestrich, E. Buckley, H. Parks, M. Watson, E. Boyle, W. Keyes, Miss Campbell, adviser. FIFTH ROW: F. Lee, T. Pschirer, L. Szalapato, P. Meyers, W. Turner, L. Potts, B. Evans, M. Nelson, A. Williams, D. Rider, V. Hopes. An Ohio Company tor Ohio People CENTRAL ASSURANCE COMPANY COLUMBUS, ouio Old Line Legal Reserve Mutual Lite Insurance Company with Full Line of Accident, Health and Group Policies. C. A. Laubach, President B. B. Paddock, Sec'y. F. M. Bell, Vice-President zahlh, Hmde TOP ROW: R. Gompf, H. Batchelder, M. Boggs, W. Wood, J. Westbrook, R. Woodruff, L Williams, F. George. SECOND ROW1 R. Mosher, W. Case, J. Robinson, L. Bogart, P. Canterbury, D. Rice, H. Swisher THIRD ROW: S. Lancaster, L. Brush, D. Levings, T. West, M. Dye, N. Hollingsworth, L. McCarty Mr. Porter, adviser. FOURTH ROW: A. Irons, C. Denton, W. Meadows, O. Watkins, D. Clem, B. Ghent, E. Sterritt W. Harper, L. Wagner, R. Heacock. Our activities were a weiner roast at the State Lakes in October, a scaven- ger hunt at Hallowe'en, and a Christmas party held in our home room. The officers of our class are William Wood, president, Margie Ann Dye, vice-president, Louise McCarty, secretary-treasurer. For the first time, we've had the privilege of electing class officers. We elected Ruthella Gist, president, Rosemary Geyer, vice-president, and Pauline Whitaker, secretary-treasurer. Our activities included a Hallowe'en masquerade, a Christmas party, and a chapel program. ,S.evmflL 9 TOP ROW: J. Shade, B. Brown, B. James, J. Klingel, P. Whitaker, M. Howard, G. Giffin, M. McManus, D. Patterson. SECOND ROW: E. George, W. Westbrook, J. Taylor, A. Vail, J. West, C. Davis, R. Braden, G. Herron, A. Klotz, M. Davis. THIRD ROW: P. Woodruff, H. Ullorn, R. Partlow, J. Heimlich, D. Levings, D. Higgins, D. Martin, B. Rice, K. Frey, R. Geyer, Miss Gantz, adviser. FOURTH ROW: R. Turner, M. Neptune, P. Jackson, G. Hobson, D. Shipman, G. Hoard, B. Shade, D. Byrd, B. Eclman, R. Gist. YUNCKER BROTHERS SPORTING GOODS Distributors for Wilsons, Rawlings fr O'Shea Athletic Equipment 25 108 North Main Street . MANSFIELD, OHIO 1 1 The Mt. Gilead Grade School has an enrollment of two hundred ninety-nine pupils, one hundred thirty- seven girls and one hundred sixty-two boys. This year, in addition to a monthly chapel program pre- pared by each room, a weekly assembly program was introduced. Each room contributed a number and the programs proved to be very beneficial and entertaining. By this plan many more individual pupils are allowed to participate in the programs while all are given a chance to cooperate in creating the proper audience response to a program. The major activity this year was the presentation ot the operetta, "The Blue Belt," on April ll, by grades tour, tive, and six, under the supervision of Miss Gantz. Posters and some of the costumes and properties were made in art classes under the supervision of Miss Peoples. SIXTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE FOURTH GRADE 'Ulm 51161612 ,SclwvL" Let's Put Out the Fire and Turn On the Heat . . . HOW? By Cooking ELECTRICALLY! . . . Kitchen Walls and Curtains Remain Clean and Fresh THE MARION - RESERVE POWER COMPANY The grade pupils have greatly appreciated the increase in facilities for recreation. Gravel on part of the playground has made it possible to use the swings, bars and teeters almost daily, The addition of a basketball court in the play- ground provided much fun and exercise. Even now the children are planning to have a "real" fifth and sixth grade basketball game for the gym floor next year. Grade school children participated in the Red-Ribbon Spelling Contest in March, the County Spelling Contest in April, and the Blue- Ribbon Arithmetic Contest in May. The final activities of the school year in which all the grades participated were the school exhibit on Monday evening, May I3, when the Parent-Teacher Association meeting was held in collaboration with a display of the pupils' work in each room, and the "May Day" program on Friday, May 24, under the direction of Miss Gantz and Miss Van Sickle. THIRD GRADE SECOND GRADE FIRST GRADE A FRIEND Compliments of DR. McNARE ,pi u. W, Q if wr A, . ' :fi f ,Vi f , .La Z ' if , -f A ' P' " xi M9 M? is The artistic ability of the grade children is proved by the pictures above. With the help of their art teacher, they have been able to make some unusual figures ot art out of snow. They worked on their projects mornings, noons, and recesses. Some of them even went so tar as to make some tombstones, historic figures, me- morials, and animals of all kinds. ix L 3 1.1 , I J. li E L ii sf, NX 5 tx E I 'R ' I , l fi' c ,, Q llvi 'L p ie V ,ii B ', "1 ig ,QQ , fi ,W Compliments of THE MT. GILEAD LUMBER CO. THE HETRICK BARBER SHOP Lumber and Building Material Phone 23 MT. GILEAD , uc I d1w W f1I Qjmrrcruf s FI fb X ,Q IVIT.GII.EAD Q ACTIVITIES qv X N Q, I , X -' .Q ISS fm and pm Ami With forty cooperative members in its ranks, the band has had a very successful year. Most of those who joined the band at the beginning of the year had had at least one year of ex- perience to their credit, while some had two or three years. Some new members joined and, although they were not able to "hit all the notes," we hope they gained experience which will help them to eventually fill the vacant chairs which are left by graduating seniors. We believe the band has added much to the success of the activities of our school. At the regular assemblies we played as the students entered and left the auditorium. Frequently we contributed other numbers on assembly programs. At one, which was given entirely by the Music Department, the band played sev- eral numbers. During the football season the band led the downtown pep rallies and added much to the enthusiasm of the student body. On the evening of May 6, a band concert was given in the auditorium, the proceeds of which went into a fund to purchase new uni- forms for the band. We also led the annual Armistice and Memorial Day parades. The pep band is an organization of those band members who were not on the football or basketball squads. We played at all pep meet- ings during the basketball season and were on hand at all home basketball and football games to add to the cheering of the loyal supporters of our teams. THE FLORENCE POTTERY Manufacturers of ART POTTERY Compliments of THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY MT. GILEAD, oHlo yiyimwi izswuyim glam, At the beginning of the school year these groups were open to anyone who liked to sing and wanted to become a member of a singing club. Individual voices were not tested for quality, and individuals were not tested on their ability to sing. In spite of this tact and the tact that each group met but once ,a week land these meetings were sometimes called oft for other activitiesl , some good results were obtained. Each group appeared in public two or three times during the school year. PAGE GENERAL STORE "Most Everything You Need" Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Year FULTON, OHIO GULF PUBLIC SQUARE STATION FRANK DALRYMPLE ' .semi gfwfwz Music has long been considered one of the most important and most enjoyable activities which we have in our schools. lt is a language which almost everyone can understand, lt is evident not only in the realm of humans from the most primitive to the most cultured but also in the realm of bird life and other animals. lt is a universal means of expression. Therefore, we at Mt. Gilead High like to singl The high school chorus is not just an organi- zation for those people who can sing. lf it were, the entire school might be included. lt is an organization for those people who want to learn to sing better and to learn how to enjoy their singing more. The group is made up of the combined boys' and girls' glee clubs. There are several reasons for this. The most important of these is the fact that these people get some experience in the glee clubs which THE COFFEE OFFEV Q GOOD T ygutyyy .y rg u t yttupcty y . T yy t u.yuuuvu uy y . r. . - 1,0 SHOP ili- ri"- ' FOOD r N " ' , ,42215151532E".i'15'E'I2S:ZE:'.' v E, is not of value to them in the chorus. Further- more, to receive credit for vocal music, it is necessary for each person to spend at least two periods each week in this activity. Since the glee clubs meet but once a week, these people must participate also in chorus in order to get the required number of hours of vocal music. The chorus has made several public appear- ances. Perhaps the most important of these was the performance at the P. T. A. meeting on March 4 at which we sang three numbers. Then on Sunday morning, April 7 we sang for the Methodist Sunday School. Aside from being a valuable organization to the people who participate we feel that this organization is an asset to our school. We hope that it will continue to grow and improve through succeeding years. PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES W. E. FLAVIN Phone I25 MT. GILEAD I ml Q Highlights in the Girl Reserves' program of this year were sponsoring a dance, giving a chapel program, planning a Christmas party for younger children, attending church in a body, planning a Girl Reserve-l-li-Y party, and o "Mexican Fiesta." The officers were Virginia Krout, president, Grace Wiswell, vice-president, Jean Haines, secretary, Maxine Page, treasurer. The advisers were Miss Filiere, Miss Busby and Miss VanSickle. The purpose of the l-li-Y is to create, main- tain, and extend throughout the school and community a high standard of Christian char- octer. Activities have included a dance, sale of candy, a donation to the Community Fund, group attendance at the churches, and bean feeds. The officers were John McMillan, presi- dent, Dean Breese, vice-president, Robert Lee, secretary, Raymond Parks, treasurer, Mr. Barker, adviser. Compliments of STERRIT'S MILLINERY S. Main St. MT. GILEAD WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Quality Merchandise ata Price You Can Afford to Pay. E. L. warm A MT. GILEAD J. JL. Q. J. J. Q. The F. H. A. is an organization of Home Ec. The F. F. A. trains future farmers for lea girls. dership. Officers are Erma Denton, presg Betty Neal, Officers are Jack Logan, pres.g Eldon Brown vice-presg Margie Hobbs, sec.g Jane Kosavage, vice-presg Dick Gompf, sec.j Jack Shipman treas.g Miss Hummell, adviser. treasj Mr. Dalrymple, adviser. MORROW CREAMERY Grade "A" Compliments of Pasteurized Dairy Products WHISTON'S DRUGS MT. GILEAD Knunczl The Student Council is composed of two members from each of the upper six grades. lts aim is to stress honesty, sportsmanship, courtesy, and loyalty. Officers of the Student Council are Bob Lee, president, Maxine Page, vice-president, Pau- line I-leacock, secretary-treasurer. I Z9 ll The "Gong" is published monthly by the business English class. The platform is to encourage high scholastic standings, to back school activities, to be courteous to fellow stu- dents, to develop friendship among students, teachers, and parents, to protect school prop- erty. Compliments of THE CAPITOL THEATRE WELDING G' GENERAL REPAIR SHADY INN GARAGE Phone 221 L L, ,1 L ,,.-, I I Eg f ,U A 'C x ind' CARROLS JEWELRY STORE C0mDlimenfS0f Gifts for All Occasions KENNETH CARIS Sinclair Service Station MARION OHIO MT. GILEAD, OHIO THE DIAMOND STORE OF MARION Factory Agents GRUEN I STERLING SILVER ' 5 , BULOVA I847 ROGERS BROS. . 'js ELGIN Hardware, Paint, Gifts, Wire and COMMUNITY PLATE -q1a?v,,?,,,.-f-' HAMILTON Elecffic Fixfuws, plumbing Supplies WM. ROGERS fr SON I ' b X ls B BENRUS 7 su.vEnwARE 'A 'Q 0 WALTHAM phone 69 A Delicious and Healthful. Refreshing Drink SG EASY TO SERVE Buy cz Carton From Your Favorite Store Marion Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 309 N. Main St. MARION. OHIO Compliments of AULT'S INSURANCE AGENCY Crystal Ice Delivery and Zero Food Lockers The secret ot the Refrigerator Locker system is in the fast freezing ot Meats, Fruit and Vegetables at 20 degrees below Zero, and thereby Preserving the natural Flavor and Vitamins. The Food is not Precooked as in old Method. Have you tried our Zero Lockers and Air Conditioned Ice Refrigerators? C. C. Millard Mt. Gilead, Ohio Earhrlhrfn LuNcH ICE CREAM CANDY POP CORN NUTS PHONE: Mt. Gilead l5O Cordtngton lO Swfubrfld-M 6716114 The seniors chose Clifford Goldsmith's "What A Lite" as their class play, This play of high school life was well adapted to our group and we enjoyed presenting it, The cast included Shipman, Krout, Andrew, Logan, Breese, Wiseman, Clap- per, Ault, Wiswell, Batchelor, Gompt, Campbell, Peoples, Wagner, l-laines, Klotz, and Denton. Mr. Barker and Mr. Dalrymple were the directors, FLORENCE HOUSEBERGS WATCH REPAIR SHOP Compliments of THE WHITE HOUSE 35 South Main Street Ml. Gilead, Ohio Mt. Gilead, Ohio TOP ROW: Trainer, Sesler, Bree-se, Osborn, Fiscorelli, MIDDLE ROW: Miss VonSickle, Rice, Phillips, Newhon, Smith, I-Ieocock, Miss Busby. FIRST ROW1 Teeple, McClelland, Sweozy, McComrnon, Wielond, Shindledecker. Iwi wa My Compliments of DYE'S FOOD MARKET MT. GILEAD, OHIO "The Importance of Being Young" was chosen by the junior c loss for itsfirst mojor dromotic pre- sentotion. ,K 1: , . Q "'fa-ga I Compliments of HANK'S SHOE REPAIR I Athletics in Mt.G1lead High School Nm: . mn scum: wsxhm .mum .na yw mme me wnkn an ma mu br mg wma- .ff me mm num in me Umm. or ,nm wma, wimwm .vuwsf-1.5 vw nm um swam. or me muwaibays .na wfmfwmm .ff my arm.-4 lm mmf me vmfym adm or me "mmm sn we mu um .umm if me mm- wa whim mas mf ,zwuwu mgnm an- Qo me my havin: mm-11 -am me umm. umm uf mm wen www fm- me .vw am pr-vw.: awww-em mm win snwxx manage m num.. mm. m. Gum mn- rm mm w at mga as my uhm.: pm-1-ef, In im: mymxy or rm mm nm mn wmmg mm. sn: ms nm ma Jen-m.1 nm. mmm mm sums, rmingfmm fm N rm mm vm emlxmm :Wm may umm ev rm mm mf. wr nf pm-.a Q1 W fam Mm: W min .um as mmmamxn. oqfnn-:ms :mksmnn :mmf pm mf yur, nm ,cfm-fn.. wma ms mmm D1 mm umm we ,fc .ml an mug nm. rm my 5 B .mfpxvmxw om, and me may qmfayg.-ms 1-1 he .n .emma www my me mms my. on mm av mum uv um ugnxu m pm yum ms mmfm Q1 xm- mg mn. 'rmf mm w nm mn mmm, my ns: ym wr mimi 1 my fmluum, We mx mn umm' mmm-y we mm we :muy 1-.ppmm mm m me ,-m.,1,mn-we my up M an , mm umm rm.. rm me sewn W, nm new wmwnm nmamvm ny me I-,xi nr fm. me mmfmx, mn. www, sms Q mm mm mm mm P-N-QQ. vw me .ming yur in px-,J..1x.s M- nm fm mmm- mn mm .1 uw My xo 1-,mt mn ws ww, mn m, mums mb ,mn we...:um pmhge wma. me ma pmmmy nm m mf pm ww. MT. GILEAD X X XX QS N Qin R ATHLETICS 1 -W.uf,,, jfwfball, We started the season with but one return- ing varsity man. The team as a whole was very light, averaging about l45 pounds per man. We developed into a fast charging team with a good aerial attack and finished the season with a fairly good record. THE SEASON GALION-The Purple and White crew went down to defeat at the hands of a superior team. Galion boys outweighed our team and had a very fast back field who simply outran the overmatched Mt. Gilead team. Logan scored the only touchdown for us when he intercepted a Galion pass. Galion - 42 . . . Mt. Gilead - 6 CAREY-Convinced that they weren't as bad as the former weeks showed, the Indians came out and played a heavier and faster Carey team almost to a standstill. We were con- vinced that they were lucky to beat us. Carey - 6 . . . Mt. Gilead - O BUTLER-We won a game! On a slightly muddy field, the Indian warriors came to life. Butler scored first, but in the second quarter, Tennant went over from the nine-yard line. Parks blocked the only remaining man in We played one class "A" team and several strong class "B" teams, Injuries received at the start of the season hampered the team for the remainder of the year. The team elected Tennant and M. Breese as co-captains. Tennant's way. ln the third quarter, Tennant passed to Fate who went over for a touchdown after a forty-yard run featured by a two man block by Logan. Butler - 7 . . . Mt. Gilead - 'I3 SUNBURY-The fighting lndians showing a good passing attack took a very much heavier Sunbury team. Early in the first quarter, Batchelor scored from the one-yard line. This followed a sustained drive after the kickoff. Tennant's passes resulted in the other scores, Fate catching one in the end zone, and Davis one on the ten-yard line crossing the goal. Sunbury - 7 . . . Mt. Gilead - I8 BELLEVI LLE-Losing all semblance of our pep, we lost to a very good team. We just didn't seem to get going. Whipple and Ruhl played outstanding football. We were glad to forget this game. Belleville - 26 . . . Mt. Gilead - 0 lContinued on page 44l Compliments of THE KROGER STORE MT. GILEAD, oi-no Compliments of ASMAN'S DRUG STORE MT. GILEAD, omo DANVILLE-After last week's game, we were expected to take Danville rather easily. How- ever, we forgot that to win a game you have to knock down a good percent of the opponent's passes. This relapse enabled Danville to win. Danville - l9 . . . Mt. Gilead - 7 LOUDONVILLE--We snapped out of the dol- drums. Playing in a driving snowstorm, we whipped Loudonville. They scored in the first quarter, but from there on it was our game. Tennant passed to Fate for our first score. Shortly afterward Tennant pitched the ball to West for the winning touchdown. Loudonville - 6 . . . Mt. Gilead - l3 ASHLEY-This was the last game for the seniors. We decided to do something about it, so we took Ashley into camp. Ashley led l2 to O at the end of the first quarter by using trick plays. Tennant and Batchelor each made a touchdown in the second quarter, to give the Indians a l3 to l2 lead at the half. ln the second half we went to work. Tennant scored another touchdown on an end run. Near the end of the game, Wagner recovered a blocked Ashley punt for the final touchdown of the year. All scoring honors were held by seniors as Logan and Tennant made the two extra points. Ashley - I2 . . . Mt. Gilead - 26 Compliments of HAFFNER'S Sc TO Sl.00 STORE Compliments of MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE -4. 431' 4 'WE 4.-'f' f-. qs. - , ,- ' 1 ,QQ E W Q 1 -V 4? .X 4 'Q " , . 7 X39 -xii .R .,X. . ,, nl f i ,, if .- A 5' N 4 ' ,y 'Ck . lg.-fr 'J , 1-as va Q .Cf 1 Q Q.. - f -,.,. .gy 1' Y '11, . tif, h Ag ,L .Kiln V1 1' ' . ' rw P Lf5,P ' wwf N ff ' : 4' Ki'- .Y 3 I 'V '74 fi' -- ' ,,, N ' .557 Us--'AK5 W 1. ,,,, 74' Q ., ybwy J , ' ,,,. ' 753' ffgkx 'W il' " ' .- fju. 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A P, 1 mf' M -gsmzfifr, -TL... 1 'Xxx M 'V 'iv , ff' Y .aw " . 1g'a1f Z.i' 'aff' ff ' ' - ' , V k ,5, V 1 A 1 , an , - U . , : . gf A ' - , ' ' 3 - az' hghff 'VZ K, X 55, I 1, . Nwwr, ,: fs' -V , K ,L N, W, P 1, 2 - - V , 1' 1:- '1' f ,, f P P. 1 'vm CAMPBELL AUTO SUPPLY CO. MT. GILEAD, OHIO . 1 K N. Hi . ,' he vs, ',,, ' A P M P " 2 ,f:.1f:Na,' iv, gzfffwizbs f 4 P yi vc W .,v 1' f 1 ..?? fs ,I it A f I' w ' . .nj wit Q. t -,A Lb 4 , 4 M is I ' u 9 3 Y, 3 W f in 6 Algal Q A ,L n' W YT L .xn ML, is Compliments of SMlTTY'S PLACE r6'a.4lmtbalL Starting the season with but one returning letterman, we could hope for only a fair sea- son. The remainder of the team was composed of players who had received experience on the reserve team in 1939. Through extensive prac- tice the team rounded into shape and began to show good form. ln iourneying to Salem for an early season practice game, the lndions showed up very well. We started the season exceptionally well, winning the first nine games. These victims included such notables as Sparta, county cham- pions of 1939, and Galion, a class "A" team. After a field day at the expense of Marengo, we hit a snag at Centerburg. With our winning streak ended and the pressure off, we settled down and won our next three games, scoring 65, 59, and 49 against Iberia, Ashley, and Johnsville. This won the county league title with an undefeated record in the county. A victory over Crestline, a class "A" school, avenged an earlier defeat at home. With this under our belts we breezed through the county tournament averaging 51 points per game in the tournament. With high hopes we went to the district tournament at Westerville, but Canal Win- chester was the upsetting factor in these hopes. Thus we finished a very good season, in which we won the county league cup and the county championship tournament cup. We had 2 players elected to the lst team of the all-county squad, Z to the second team and 1 to honorable mention. Tennant and D. Breese placed on the first team, J. Fate and M. Breese made the second team, and J. Logan received honorable mention. This season we outscored our opponents 930 points to 618. Our average per game was 40.4. Tennant led our scoring with 210 points, aver- aging 9.13 points per game. Wolfe was sec- ond with 205 points, averaging 8.91 points per game. D. Breese, Logan and Fate also scored over 100 points individually. At the close of the season the team elected Jack Logan and William Batchelor, honorary co-captains. AULT MOTOR SALES CHEVROLET SALES cf sznvlcs Mount Gilead, Ohio Compliments of BETZ FLORIST "Say lt With Flowers" Logan Tennant Wolfe Co-Capt. All-County All-County lst Team Hon. Mention Fate D. Breese All-County All-County Znd Team Ist Team COmP'ime"'SOf LlNN's BARBER sl-lor THE Peoruss' SAVINGS BANK COMPANY "It Pays to Look Well" A Safe Place to Bank Since 1904 Deposits Insured with F. D. I. C. H V2 south Main Sheet Rhodebeck McMillan Parks Batchelor M. Breese C0-CCPT. All-County Zmd Team WAGN ER BROTHERS Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal and Building Material Compliments of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK W of Phone 98 MT. GILEAD MT. GILEAD t l Zakir: u ll ' u ll 65' Uwuufq, 977, 61146 This team is composed of boys who will The "M" Club was organized in i938 to form the varsity in years to come. They com- promote interest in athletics and appropriate pleted their season with a record of l3 wins funds for athletic equipment. Only bays and 7 losses. The "B" varsity was coached by earning letters areeligible for membership. MV- HOV- The officers are as follows: Maurice Breese, presidentg Dean Breese, vice-presidentg Cole Miller, secretary-treasurerg Coach Hopkins, adviser. Compllmf-?f'fS Of MAE'S RESTAURANT "A GO0d Plgqje fQ Egfn 'Wx SAMES AND COOK HARDWARE H. C. GEYER Furnace and Sheet Metal Work Buyer of Poultry, Eggs and Cream Stoves, Hardware. Phone 70K MT. GILEAD, OHIO MT GILEAD jim Ml. Gilead 26 Fredericklown Ml Gilead ............ 52 COrClinglOn .......... Mt. Gilead 23 Sparta ,,,.,,,,,a,,,,A,,, MT Gilead ..,..,,7v,7. 33 Gallon ....7,...,....... Mt. Gilead 27 Clwesterville aaA...A... Mr Gilead ........aaaa 34 Upper Sanduskyw. Mt. Gilead 28 Galian ,,,,,a.. Mt Gilead .........,.. 37 Crestline ............. Mt. Gilead 34 Iberia ,,,,,,,a, .,a,a. M T Gilead ....,.,...,. 40 Jalwnsville ........... Ml. Gilead 39 Cardinglon .,...,.,.. Ml" Glleod 35 Dclnvllle """ """' C ounfy Tournament Mt' Glleod 39 Edlson ""' " Ml Gilead ...,........ 57 Marengo ............. . Ml' Glleod 67 Morengo """"""" Mt Gilead ............ 63 Cnesterville ......... Mt. Gilead 33 Cenferburg .......... Mt Gilead 33 Sporm Mt. Gilead 65 Iberia ...,..........,... Mt. Gilead 59 Ashley ......., ....... Mr. Gilead 49 Jonnsville ............ Disfricf Tournament Mr, Gilegd 27 Crestline ,,., Mt Gilead ........,.., 30 Canal Winchester I HOW THEY FINISHED in IZSIHHSSTOIP Ligue- lndlans Are Clmampsy ller ca in erla 3ZZfSl?'?" tgjjgijiij Zi J' 22? - I WI: Aiysmmped liiirri 1 riili,r 1 3 1:51 Edgecl by Crestline. 'MANS 1 759 in if ieeliia,i,, EE? 53555 mi Now col- INDIANS ADD ln R'-'uit Game qolmsviale ..,.......,. 1 6 .142 lected Seven Straight' I IN I d. B S Vicftivries TH El lar-'F eat Eartai bw NEW SmTSwlN COLUMN TAKE FOUR ' 1 op ourney rown . WOLFE GETS 19 FROM GALION ?ge1aglMakeFGed. 01 . I HIGH 'QUINTETCQME mi, BEHINDAINDIANS WIN 'iin50'liafZ?nW'n VWY. EMM" . .. Of Indlans I d S M GAMED6iLgat .Cardington An-dHalted n ians wamp arengoi FRIDAY NIGHT. 'ragiecjgteyswk RESERVES, Wm A 'Df tF'dl'kt0, E- A ' Fall Before C'f3fCLlPlg9 26iZ22,3i.0if'i31SSYnlndlans To 'Play Three E- ielmso Te em' ing Attack V k TAK F HT Tu Q Indians Wallopl G a m I n W e e lg Defeat Marengo By Wide Carclmgton Qumt Indiahs Win T- Wed: URSDAY Margin With Batch- indians win Title E dG Two INDIANS WIN ON TH elor Leading By Nipping .lolmsviue " mes OKMP 4 I Continue Undefeated Rwiflear Win ln TOUfnam2nt 'rem Rama- R.ESERVES"ALSO WIN FRIDAY NIGHT Compliments of COmDllm9"llS Of 0SBORNE'S MEAT MARKET THE GLOBE HOTEL 51 6 Many of our games would have been that much harder to win without the aid ot our loyal cheerleaders, Peggy, Martha, Elaine, Kathleen, Ruthella, and Patty. Their pep and enthusiasm carried the audience along with us to our victories and consoled us in our defeats. Uwz, 67lJdCll!A, Without the help of Coach Hopkins the teams would not have been able to have the successful seasons which distinguished them. To all the boys the Coach has been a good teacher and a good friend. Mr, Hoy, the coach ot the B" varsity, and Mr. Porter, the junior high coach, have both contributed greatly to our athletic program by preparing the young- er boys to take the places of graduating varsity men. Compliments of Compliments of VANATTA'S INSURANCE AGENCY BLAYNEY AUTO SALES MT. GILEAD Your Buick and Pontiac Sales Service Three Hundred Truck Running Boards per hour are formed on this 1000-ton H-P-M Fastraverse Press ,FH-P-M is recoqnized the World over ds the lecrdinq builder of self-contained, hydraulic presses for cr Wide variety of industries. THE HYDRAULIC PRESS MF G. COMPANY MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO Nome No. of Hrs. Un 6 Qnpa Trades and Industries H-P-M Employee Training The Employee Training School, organized and conducted cooperatively through The Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company, the Mt. Gilead Public Schools and the State Board of Vocational Training, is giving boys of this community an opportunity to learn the machinist trade, as well as earn a livelihood while they learn. The course was inaugurated for the purpose of giving young men, grad- uating from our local high school, employment, as well as developing their natural abilities and training them as all round machinists, to compensate, in a way, the unusual demand in the industrial world for machine supervisors and instructors. The school is conducted at the Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company's Plant and is supervised by a full time instructor. This course requires four years of training. Upon its completion, each boy will have received over eight thousand hours of actual experience in the machine shop on all the major machines in the trade, and over eight hundred hours of individual instruction in such related subjects as shop arithmetic, shop algebra, shop trigonometry, sketching, strength of materials, properties of metals, machine design, hy- draulic presses and equipment. ' An Apprenticeship diploma will be issued to each boy by the Hydraulic Press Manufacturing Company and the State Board for Vocational Education. As an additional incentive a fifty dollar bonus will be given each boy who successfully completes the course. The instructor in the training school is Mr. A. E. Moody. LIST OF EMPLOYEES IN TRAINING Lowell Ashbrook LeRoyd Shaffer ..... in training ....... 4499 ....... 4640 Job now working on Hor. Boring Mill Hor. Boring Mill Last Wage .........S0.34 0.34 Robert Neal ............ ....... 4 346 Engine l-Gfhe -------- ------ O -34 Trent Hildebrand ....... ....... 2 336 I-Clihe ----------------- ------ O -26 Dove Cline -,-.------------. --nh 7 ZQ Turret Lathe ..... ...... 0 .23 Raymond cqmpbeii ........ .... 1 26 Drill Press --------- O-20 :iRichard Laucher ....... ....... l 344 Heat Treotmg Tool crib :::William Bennett . Donald McPeek Hubert Phillips ..... Russell Halderman John Miller ........... Dale Nichols ...... 888 l6O l6O l52 l52 Erection ....... Erection ....... Heat treat ...... Stock Dept. Bench work ...... :liUniversity of Cincinnati Students. These boys are on a monthly salary. 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 . ...... 0.20 I 11 'YH' 555x219 'LTI 9 O 0,0 0,9 4 4 THERE'S NOTHING LIKE GAS FOR - - REFRIGERATIGN 5 - COOKING 5 - WATER HEATING Q - HOUSE HEATING g .,.,, ..,,,.. .......,. . 5 . 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 offered today are the Tappan divided-top ranges, await- ing your inspection at ...... The Cas Company N . A-14 ,129 A 7133, . ff X ' wk " , 44- Y. fv 9 u 'Ti'

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