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

 - Class of 1941

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THE 1941 IIIIZPHH Published by llwe Seniors ol lvlounl Gileacl l-liglw 'All flue worlcl's a siege And all llwe meniancl women merely players." -"As You Edi-lor-in-Chief ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J ack Phillips Business Manager ,,,.,..,,,,,,, Berflma Williams School. Like ll FOREUIORD Come backslage wifh us To see whal' happens when some of The aclors are on slage. We have compiled Jrhe I94I MIZPAI-l so lhal you may see how we have worked and played 'rhis year. Our Shalcespearian slcefches and quolalions are based upon some of Jrhe lavorile plays wilh which we have come in confacf. We have used Jrhe lerminology of Jfhe lheafre To mask Jrhe commonplace for such is lhe purpose of Thea- Jrres--lhe glamorizing of every- day living. Now Jfhe lighls are being lowered. Curjrain going upl ' X i 1 Rx Nu... THIS IS TI-IE CURTAIN- WI-IEN IT RISES WE PRESENT BFICHSTHGE HT IIIOUIIT GILEFID H TRIBUTE To Mr. D. L. lvlusselman, superinlendenl of lhe Jrhealre we call Mounf Gilead high school, we pay Jrribule and dedicale +his I94l edilrion of +he MIZPAH. During lhe lwo years he has been in our school he has hacl our well- being foremosl in his mincl and has macle Jrhe school a leading par? of Jrhe communiiy. l'lis smile ancl wide underslranding of pupils and Jrheir problems have made him a favorile among +eachers. His inleresl in our Jream pulr him down on The bench wilrh Jrhe boys io spur Jrhem on during Tough games. Those are lhe ihings we will always remember abou? him. So +o you, Mr. Musselman, we dedicale This book. 'Q f er 5 Tr iigifs lr. Z 65.6 05: 'Q f xvugsv T! f f A I 0" 'fi' if wif IV ff s ,Kish 4 71+ fx, xx 1 'BQ , Q! tx , Ia Wy Wi' I f , 90' Q 1 ' X4 4 kg XT XX X 4 ,ff ,T T ' 1 O fsflqf X JZMA 4 1 I ,nts '90 ,GX 4 rx! ,O ,+G , A N he f 9 0 " ll If I I In an 4 A Tim. in T T9 -. y ff ,. L' I J , ,I 14 :T " :Q -rs. QII- T bp xg! .Trai ' 'P T 'Pdf ' I 'Q-VY. ifeeisnlsq r H.. .I'. 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Jrhis group deserves much praise for lhe help il has given us during our school career . . . we are mosl graleful lo lhern. G. G. Denfon O. E. Smilh G. C. Sesler N3 ORVILLE H. FARRAR lnieresied in anyihing which will lead To a more srnooihly- geared school sysiem . . . has worlced unlriringly for Two years +0 adiusi rhe schedule for maxiumm elliciency . . . responsible for early dismissal hour . . . Jralces care of alosenl and iardy slips . . . Jreaches science . . . arranges chapel pro- grams . . . a graduale of Byesville high school . . . BS. and MA. degrees ai Ohio Universiiy, A+h4 ens, Ohio . . . lourleen years of leaching. DWIGHT L. MUSSELMAN Second year a+ Mounl Gilead . . . we appreciaie Mr. Mussel- man's coopera+ion in exlending lhe scope of school aciivilies . . . has generously conlribuled his lime in guiding and preparing us for careers . . . gradualed from Bluicfion high school . . . AB. de- gree from Bluffion College . . . lvl.A. degree from Ohio S+a're Universiiy . . . complelring his fil- ieenih year of Teaching. 625' !', Q! A UE .532 FRANK BARKER Hisiory MANTUA, OHIO Keni Siaie Universiiy M. A. in Hisiory ROSS HOY Indusfrial Aris BRISTOLVILLE, OHIO Ken? Sfaie B' S- in Ed- Ohio Siaio Universify, M. Sc GERTRUDE VAN SICKLE PhysicaI Educaiion, Speech CARDINGTON, OHIO Oiierbein, A. B. .l ,,, , , in, L, , WALLACE HARD Music, Science LINWORTH, OHIO Denison Universiiy A. B., B. P. S. M. KATHRYN GANTZ Foreign Language WESTERVILLE, OHIO Oiierloein College B., B. Music, B. P. S. M. DALE PORTER Maihemaiics SCIO, OHIO Mounf Union College B. S. LOUISE BUSBY English, Liferaiure AMANDA, OHIO CapiI'aI Universiiy A. B. ERNESTINE KELLY Home Economics EDISON. OHIO Ohio Universiiy FRANCIS DALRYMPLE AgricuIIure MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Ohio Siaie Universi+y B. S. JULIA CAMPBELL English Liferaiure MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO Defiance CoIIege A. B. CARL HOPKINS Coach, Biology AKRON, OHIO Universiiy of Akron B. E. VELVA MERWIN Ashland College Grade One, Two RUTH GRIFFITH Miami Universiiy Grade Two B. S. in Ed. MARJORIE SCHLUMBOHM Bowling Green Universiiy Ohio Slale Universiiy Deparirnenlal Work CHARLOTTE CLINGAMAN Commercial Wauseon, Ohio Bowling Green Universily, B. S. Graduale Worker, O. S. BESSE BECKLEY Ashland College Grade One MARGARET SNYDER Wa Ohio Slale Universiiy Deparfrnenfal Work A. B. BERNICE PEOPLES Ohio Slafe Universily Deparlmenral Work High School Ari B. s. .n Ed, A, FLORENCE WYKER Miami Universify Ashland College Sevenlh Grade Special JOHN MILLER 215 Ohio Norihern B. S. in Ed. K -pf it-I v-NJ Grade Principal Deparimenial Work Secrelary REBECCA CLINE MABEL HOFFMIRE Kenl Slale Grade Three PRUDUCERS Efforl . . . agreemenl' . . . guidance from Mr. Barker . . . cooperaiion of 'rhe eniire slaff . . . slceiching by Doris Kloiz . . . selling of many ads by a persuasive group . . . wriiing under 'rhe clireclrion oi Miss Busby . . . hours of planning and mouniing picfures . . . snaps by Maclvlillin . . . copy lyped and re-+yped . . . a iheme noi oflen used in high school annuals . . . big sales campaign 'ro sell subscripfions . . . Jrrip To plan-T in Fosforia . . . all 'rhese played an imporianl pari' in producing an annual which lhe senior class hopes you will be proud +o possess. Edifor-in-chief . . . be'r+er lcnown as Jack Phillips . . . posed as an execuiive should be . . . compe- Jreni boss and organizer . . . had 'rhe assisiance of 'rhe sfaff ai all limes . . . in addiiion lo 'ihe MIZPAH his dog is his chief in- Jreresi. HUT I IIITRODUCTIDII T0 CHHRHCTER Scene I S, ccSeniors Scene 2 ee,, . e,ee Juniors Scene 3 S Soplwomores Scene 4 Freshmen Scene 5 ccccc 8Jrn Grade Scene 6 c7H'1 Grade Scene 7 Grades 6-4 Scene 8 S S Grades 3-I ' A we 'jg' Q h S' M574' X A QL." 1 739 , 57' Qiulrlmf ,ite "'5 YW 'y " :Q I-fl ,ax 'lr' 'law x f fc -. -K x gm Z Ks 1 S X ,ff I H 14- U, 3 ,Iv n I' G ' I V ' 'la ' ' W M ig. ll' 'c . ' 'Q"'Q- -'I XXX 'ff M WX 115 ff ' " 1 " fx- TM- J" 4" ' if V' W - ,f - ,Lf wi rf 65321 5-V Hr" f M 1' 1 ,I , X. 1'-4 H lr ' WQ: . , - 4? My , is If sf cf Sl S 1'-+ ' Xi S f' X'-Q., , I. J X If -, ,Vai 4- , IJ. Y., X -N 4' X- X' ... X 1 A Tx 'TW r QQ .1 1 , gg 15,47 X- rf -' Q,-x ,sri I .3 A r 2. K 413 ia QQ? , ! ,-5. I ry 0' 1' M' 2' ll! 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T' if will J Agile- NWT, gy 1, Mwiga ,w Q,-QL., ,. , ' "," ', i".':'g ie-i L QV? 11 1. ix, -"MacbeTh." gp CLASS OFFICERS Pregidenf ,,7A,,,,,,,,..., Charles Coning Vice-Presiderfr ., . , .... Dean Breese SecreTa ry .....77V77 .......,7, Treasurer SCEIIE I-I SEIIIURS "Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow ,Dick S-esler Dewayne WesT Creeps in This peTTy pace from day To clay . . .' Seniors! . . . imagine how we've been working Tor This Tor Twelve whole years and now The Time has come . . . we're a l:ziT relucTanT abouT leaving now buT There's a Thrill To loolc Torward To: graduaTion . . . vacaTion . . . iobs . . . college . . many and varied acTiviTies This year: MlZPAl'l . . . "Gong" . . . GR .... l-li-Y . .. F.l-l.A .... F.F.A .... senior play, enTiTled "June Mad," which showed our abiliTies as good prospecTs Tor The LiTTle TheaTre or legiTimaTe sTage . . . guesTs oT The iuniors aT an unusual Junior-Senior Tormal . . aT lasT land we hope noT leasTl our picTures adorning a "spoT" on The hall wall . . , adviser, Mr. Barker . . . so The curTain descends as The Class OT '41 exiTs. iii fi' i l 5-is N I Foofball I, 2, 3, 4 JIM FATE DOMINIC FISCARELLI Class Play 3, 4 l Baskefball i, 2, 3, 4 rmbali 4 lvl-Club 2, 3, 4 French Club 4 l'lI-Y 3, 4 Gong Edifor 4 Sfudenf Council 3 Mizpah Sfaff 4 Scholarship Team 2, 3, 4 Mizpah Sfaff 4 BERNADINE GEREN GERALDINE HAMMOND Transferred from Ufica High Transferred from Iberia High School SCITOOI Gong Sfaff 4 F. H. A. 4 Scholarship Team 3 French Club ViceAP:'es. 4 OWEN BOWMAN Transferred from Cardinqfon High School Inframural Sporfs I, 2 Ivlizpah Sfaff 4 Prince of Peace Confesf 4 JEANNE BYRD Transferred from Chesferville Class Play 3 Class Presidenf 3 Presidenf of Boosfer Club 3 Vice-Pres., Home Ec. Club 3 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3 CHARLES CONING Senior Class Presidenf Hi-Y 4 M-Club 4 Foofball 3, 4 DEAN BREESE Baslcefball I, 2, 3 4 Foofball I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4 4 M-Club 3, 4 V. Pre I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 43 Tre HOPE CLARKE Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Home Economics Club I, 2, Office 4 Inframural Sporfs WARREN DAVIS Treasurer Arf Club lnframural B. B. l, 2, Baseball I, 3, 4 M-Club 3, 4 as4 34 3 4 DORIS KLOTZ Transferred from Lakewood High School Mizpah Slall 4 Gonq Slall 4 Girl Reserve 3, 4 Girl Reserve Cabinel 4 BETTE MCCAMMAN F. I-I, A. Treasurer I F. I-I. A. Secrelary 2 Ollice 4 F. I-I. A. Rresiclenl 4 Class Play 3 lvlizpah and Gong Slall 4 'M LAWRENCE LLOYD Transferred from Ivlarenqo High School Orcheslra and Band l, 2 Dramalics I Cheer Leader l, 2, 3 Class Play 3 RUTH MCCLELLAND Class Play 3, 4 Mizpah and Gong Slall 4 School Eclilor 4 lvlusic, Vocal and lrisl. l, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship learn 2,3 Girl Reserve Cabiriel 3, 4 PAULINE HEACOCK Girl Reserve Cabiruel 3, 4 Mizpah and Gong Slall 4 Class Presidenl 2 sic, Vocal and lrisl. I, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Scholarship Team 2, 3 BEN HOLTREY F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 Glee Club I, 3 Chorus l 4-l-l Club I ESTELLE KASAVAGE I-lome Economics Club 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Chorus 3 W. J. HESKETT Girl Reserve Presidenl 4 Girl Reserve 3, 4 F. l-l. A. Vice-Presideml 2, 4 Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4 Mizpah Slall: 4 JOANNA HULL Home Economics Club l, 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserve 3 JANICE KELLER Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Band 3, 4 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus I, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 lvlizpah Slall 4 ve DICK SESLER Foolball I, 2, 3, 4 Baskelball 2, 3, 4 Baseball I, 2-, 3, 4 I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 lvl-Club 3, 4 Ivlizpah Slall 4 NORMA ROSE SMITH Glee Club and Chorus I, 2, 4 Gong and Mizpah Slafl 4 VicefPres. Home Ec. Club I Sludenl Council 2, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Inlramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4 BETTY SHINDLEDECKER Class Play 3, 4 Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Home Economics Club 4 Ivlizpah Slall 4 Chorus I, 2 Cheerleader I PATSY TALMAGE Sludenl Council 4 Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Home Economics Club Office 4 3,4 ROSELLEN MOSHER Orcheslra 3, 4 Glee Club I, 4 Chorus 4 Home Economics Club 2, 3 JOHN OSBORN Class Presidenl 3 Sludenl Council Presiclenl' 4 I-Ii-Y, lvl-Club 3, 4 Eoofball I, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Glee Club, Chorus I, 2, 4 JACK PHILLIPS Mizpah Edilor 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Chorus I, 2, 3, 4 CHARLES NEWHON Incluslrial Arls Club Class Play 3, 4 Prince ol Peace 4 Glee Club 4 Chorus 4 Mizpah Slalf 4 EILEEN PARKS Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Glee Club and Chorus 3, 4 Class Play 4 Horne Economics Club I, 2, 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Mizpah Slrall 4 MARILYN RICE Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Mizpah and Gong Shall 4 Inlramural Sporls I. 2, 3 Class Play 3 Office 4 JIM WOLFE JANE PROPER Foolball I, 2, 3, 4 Transferred from Amily I-Iiqh Baslcelball I, 2, 3, 4 SCIIOOI' Baseball Iv 2' 3' 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3 M,Qgub 2' 3' 4 Class Play 3 M-Club Presiclenl 4 Class Play 4 Class Play 3, 4 VESTA WATSON Transferred from Cheslerville I-Iigh School Home Economics Club 2 RUTH WRIGHT Girl Reserve 3, 4 Chorus 3 Glee Club 3, 4 Home Economics Club I, 2 BILL TRAINER GENE TURNER Band I, 2, 3, 4 Foolball 2 I-li-Y 2, 3,4 Induslrial Arls Club I, 2 Glee Club and Chorus 4 Orcheslra I Sludenl Council 4 Band I Baslcelball Manager 4 Radio Club 4 DEWAYNE WEST Foolball 2, 3, 4 Class Treasurer 4 Class Presidenl I Glee Club I HLY 4 Inlramural Sporls M,QlUb 314 I-Glln Club 2 M-Club Slafl 4 JANE WIELAND BERT WILLIAMS French Club 4 I-Iome Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4 , Class Play 3 Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4 Ivlizpah Slall 4 Class Secre la ry-Treasu rer 3 lnlramural Spf-als 'va 'Q' qrff' Chemislry Club I Inlramural Sporls SENIOR CLHSS llllll Dear Bill: I wenl backslage lo inlerview lhe senior casl ol l94I. They all wanled lo leave somelhing lo lhe resl ol lhe high school. Producer Phillips, whose leel are always in lhe way, wills lhem lo Roger l-leacock. Direclor Bill Trainer gives his abilily lo gel by in English lo Bub Williams. Backer Eiscarelli bequealhs his encyclopedic brain lo John Geyer. Prop manager Davis leaves his working abilily lo Dave Bennell. Call boy Osborn gives his abilily lo gel along wilh women and his good humor lo Salo Miller. Make-up arlisl Klolz wills her genial arl abilily lo Fred Corwin. Coslurne de- signer Rice leaves her abilily lo sew lo Dorolhy Bogarl. Press agenl Sesler wills his salesman- ship ol MIZPAH ads lo Tom Crawlord lil he can handle ill. l-leroine Wieland beguealhs her make-up lo Rulh Balchelor. Undersludy Byrd wills her good nalure lo Kalhleen Walls. Chorus girl Parks gives her abilily lo gel her man lo Jean Prugh. Orcheslra leader Breese wills his physique lo Ed Blelzacker. Usher Bowman wills his abilily lo argue wilh leachers lo Bob Lawyer. End-man Newhon gives his ingenunily lor draw- ing lo Jim l-lobson. Bil parl man l-lollrey wills his agricullure knowledge lo Malcolm Boggs. Trouper Talmage wills her abilily nol lo be lickle lo Janel Ford. Ollice secrelary Clark leaves her double ioinls lo Connie Loren. Casl- Shipman. Playwrighl Smilh wills her good hu- mor lo Mary Pallerson. Second aclress l-lea- cock leaves her abilily lo keep her man lo Elaine Thompson. Lighling agenl Williams leaves her shorlness lo Dick Pallerson. Third aclress McCamman wills her lyping abilily lo Bob Smilh. Clipping agenl Geren wills her French book lo ex-Presidenl Eale. l-lero Wolle gives lhe abilily lo make baskels close lo lhe buckel lo Chuck Rhodebeck. Undersludy Con- ing gives his lilling slalion work lo Eugene Bald- win. Villian Eale bequealhs his card-sharkness lo Bill Elavin. Vaudeville aclress McClelland gives library privilege lo olher lucky people. Flood-lighl operalor Turner wills his lexl books lo Brolher Bill. Bil parl Keller wills her dieling lo l-lilda Breese. Relired aclress l'leskell gives her end-curlers lo Belly Wrhel. Ollice girl Wrighl leaves her high grades lo Mary Perkins. Tickel agenl Kasavage wills her punclualily lo Dayle McCamrnan. Janilor Wesl wills his "sodie ierkin" lo Bob Corwin. Slage manager Mosher wills her liddle lo Belly Lou Slrail. An- nouncer Hammond wills her love lor sewing lo anyone who loves lo sew. Agenl Hull gives her bashlulness lo Mary Walson. They also lell lhis line wilh me: "Doubl is lor morlals-lhere is no deceil in heaven." - Belly Shindledecker, ing agenl Walson gives her curly hair lo Dean lnlerviewer, SALADS SODAS SANDWICHES SUNDAES LUNCHES MILK SHAKES Prop. W. P. Kentner ,1, K . X ' ir liigliwllv Q 1 9 ,Ea '-l ' cLASS OFFICERS I xl ', '.,l.'x UQ Ko. X .,. ,yr igxwx,-il' 'xx igqr ., if , 451: 1 ii 'QW V A ' Fifa. ' "ii 'il' ha' ' Y "Y, N .gp-,'-,M All Vik! law f w i -In-4 'ilfi'i .- m ff' 'LJ' In X i r ,xx A i, .E , H' lAllE'f!fli ,Q ' if fi A .Lu , 1 x ,ill if 5 ,' if ,S 1. .Q . 'fini X my j . ' .gif f 1' :ff ,f 6. i .4-' do iff", ' ll, ll ivy, flri' iff, "i ii 41- ii' V- 1 E fi f f- if ' . Q," '!"Mr fp! ' . 'I I nf: ii S or 4, ii i sl ui, l V. lx xy! 'YV' "QQ, yr u H u X i ' Yi Q' i - -S -, - X -X l , ' flu, 'VN ' i 'A---'- ' . . " "NJ UNK. Presidenl' ..S,,,,,....,,S,S.SS., Don Coming Vice-Presidenr ..,..,.,,,.... Bob Lawyer ..-'Merchani of yeniceg Secrerary-Treasurer ,,,, John Geyer SCEIIE II-JUIIIORS "How far lhal liHle candle fhrows his beam! So shines a good deed in a n.augh'l'y world." And So we enlrered our iunior year . . . rhe name is nor whal ir implies even if we did gel razzed abour ir . . . we really began To do Somerhing abour This school in 'rhe form ol "Slcidding" land we do mean our claSS playl when we presenred rwo good shows which were borh financial and arrisric successes . . . we really broke records wilh our Junior-Senior formal, an evening ol which we are proud . . . acriviriesz as if our Two big veniures weren'+ enough, we held one orher dance on Valenline-'S Day . . . our members are prorninenl in l-li-Y, GR., F.l-l.A., F.F.A., "Gong", French and Chemislry clubs, band, glee clubs, chorus, and orchesrra . . . adviser, Mr. l-loy. Headquarters for Compliments of WATCHES THE WHITE HOUSE L. H. FORD Cr SON Mt. Gilead, Ohio ww. I , . .C :QA mga :ix 'min gms' an K.: Z A .Y at Aw.. ' yn ,.: I jz,-, g ' QQ.. ZJQ.. 0 " , ,, A K ., M k . . - Wk' ,mr ,43,.A, ' ,digwh , pgnlglrri .A.H . I F T ' "Wx ' ' Hof, , A ,H Aki' 3, N in Q, fx. any 15,-.,w Un 4 gk 9 gr .L 2. -34 X -. 4: I ' 2 4-I - W ,W T '., , 'I , I . 'I I - .I 4 F , as 5' I ' A . . .- 439' I I i . A ,X 4 fakes , , I :N Z., 1 if 41 L. . 3 4, in - f- ' . if -' A +- 4. ' 'N' 'RH' -v " I ii' Ill. Fi-Leif" . ' 14 lt' -22 ii Ib ' T in I .f f ' I --b',- 'f' - A 1' V ' Q , T I -m Ti L I s msn LA. Q . V 'K , , wk M Wyu., b V I V, Q U! I. 2 an aa. Q dx Ji-FN cs it cr. 1 ' ,gg .,a:'s a ' ' fi-gf 'I FT' A -" . . f . ' , . . sf , 5 , I if .C s.. . -.L, H, I H we " X A T I i K-, I f . ' . f is Q 1 1 L , ' M Q , ' 3 . .QA -- fi. 9. ' 'ff "f 'T 1. . 'W ' ' 1 ' ' if T ' If , A',,A of f x "f J' . '1,,.. 1, ' I ?' if w if P . ' I zz ff 1 V f , 1Q 1' F . f we .. jlky 1" i I TB' L IA ' I L sm. L. I, Q Ii 11TH GRHDE FIRST ROW, Ieff Io riglwl: D, Coninq, V. O'SIwauqI'inessy, S. Miller, M. Williams, B. James, G. Koch, F. Corwin, C. McCIenaII1an, B. Lawyer, G. Walfers, C. While. SECOND ROW: H. Szalapaio, T. Crawford, D. Corwin, C. Rnodebeclc, M. Geiger, N. MacMiIIin, E. Thompson, K. Longacre, P. Walcely, J. Sferril, M. Palferson. THIRD ROW: R. Corwin, J. Russell, Boyle, R. Bafclielor, J. Geyer, D. Wagner, J. Sesler, K. Meadows, G. Jaclcson, D. Canlerbury, P. Hollingsworlh. FOURTH ROW: K. Walls, J. Fafe, N. Jaclcson, R. Miley, B. Neal, B. Ward, D. McCammon, C. Corwin, J. Ford, C. Phillips, M. Bachelder. FIFTH ROW: 6. Mifclnell, J. Kasavage, B. Ireland, J. Fafe, E. Wesf, D. Robinson, D. Pafierson, M. Reed, R. Masfers, M. Perkins. - Comoliments of Compliments of THE UNION POWER CO. THE GLQBE HQTEL Mi. Gilead, Chic MT. GILEAD, OHIO .1-.SS l -. . T, K, . 5q?'ej5'ga'Qf, , 3, eg. sf-L53 -3- iff'-Q ,, 'Q- ff5"'Ei:?f3 Al 54' E i 'V' j' X f rf ' .: , . 7-:zggl , 44 ,, as ' I . ' f W4 A 'if , f , f fe- -, .E . .-O is -0 E 'figs ' 'W .1-T, Lx ' '-- ' ' " , " .- - ' 'I-.i 'Tr-XY -- A , . ,,- , . Xt J? , . , A Q Q1 ff " ' cf- f 4 1 34"-'-13. fam, f 4-eq ' V' 2 A f Q 3 " . --9 515"r.f '?s-2' 1,11 'Eff-:zfg3: Q X X ' y. ' E- ""i:l-'- , 1-za X, ' - 5. ff ah' ,571 512' "J - -- - -ff' sip 5 252 . - x -sa xl , 1 i J 'f' , i X ' I ' -1 . Q' E I!ll'3xiE:. sj ,X ,fl if If ,I i. 'A 5 . , r i, - f V V f J- lv: l v 1 J ' .Aki 4 ' -ll .-1 X" 'law I-2 0 Yr 1 'x f Gi gf f 0'i,Wf" CLASS oFFlcERs Xi, lift Presicleni ..,,,,,,...,..,,..,..,., Tom Davis """g' Vice-Presicleni ,,.,,,,, Harold Furbay -"AS You Like yi," Secrelary ,,,.... 7.,.,,.... E velyn Boyle Treasurer .,.,,. ..,,7, J ames l-lobson SCEIIE III-SUPHUIIIURES "And 'fhen the school-boy, with his safchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail Unwillingly la school." Sophomores . . . some call us "sol+ies" . . . buf lillle clo Jrhey lcnow . . . we will nol 'rake lhe hard lcnoclcs much longer . . . we do noi admii ihal' we are worms bul worrnlilce we shall iurn . . . aciivilies: l-lallowe'en parly . . . class dance . . . "A" and "B" varsiiies . . . inlramural baslcelball . . . band and orcheslra . . . Sruclenl Council . . . Girl Reserves . . '. I-li-Y . . . F.F.A .... l:.l'l.A .... glee club and chorus . . . many lhings lo do but slill plenly oi iime for many oi us lo rnalce honor roll . . . we Thinlc we are ihe nnosl sophomoric oi lhe sophomores who ever ailencled Mounl Gilead high school . . . aclviser. Mr. l-loplcins. Compliments tothe Class of l94l CRESTLINE MUSIC SHOP The Store that has Everything in Musical Instruments Esty Pianos Sing Their Own Praise-Spinet, Studio, Grands, King, Conn, Selmer, and Reynolds Instruments--Everything for the School Band I ' O USE OUR RENT PLAN or OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN 520 North Thoman Street Crestline, Ohio S Q . 4 f- L- Q 1 4' . ' 4 ls. Agix A I . na L- A Q Q N., I Wim ii B 'I E , , .4 ' L is .Jim K .? Bl? y 5, V I . I i will ATT- Vkkk W II .P A an is risk! Ai? i - 2- , lf s . l J .5 . 1 ' 1 I ' -" . , N'G2 '. " , ,,.,, f ' V ,I , , .4 I igli gr Sq v-I c' X- I ET WST 'Q Q kd! ii I 6- in W' .Q L. .. L I I . . 2. . I.. Ji l H F I - FT' I V I 'rrr 'J -gf' , I V , I ' A A Jw. ui i N,X, f 'F 5, i In 1 V, G' I in . .fl 1 '1 , ' y 1Q, iQ: N .. . ,,:rx., V V VIV, ,Va i,. , 3 '-, ., 4 1. .4 hi' . I- -A -.Q ii- e . ' , , r V. 4 ' VV I L- , ,Q as 4. V. ' V , :ze ll V ,V ,V 4 M sw , 3 I 2" , 'V - 1. xiA ii -il' in ' L I if I' f mi fi , sr. 'ii' " I ,Q ,lg 'M V FIRST ROW, Iefl' io righi: J. Hobson, M. NeIson, H. Furbay, E. Boyle, D. Higgins, J. McLain, A. Williams, P. Meyers, P. Dumbaugln, E. Burkey. SECOND ROW: H. Breese, E. BIeI'zacIcer, J. Brookes, D. ReinI'1arcIi, L. Szaiapaio, W. Flavin, D. Bogari, L. Denion, R. Mariin, K. Beardsley. THIRD ROW: R. Smiih, T. Davis, D. Roach, F. Lee, I. Giifin, M. Waison, D. Benneii, E. Buckiey, G. Wesl, J. Masiers. FOURTH ROW: L. Poiis, R. Goodman, S. Hammond, T. Losey,' B. WrI'ieI, D. Knesiricic, L. Jackson, C. Lamson, F. Brown, R. Lee. FIFTH ROW: N. Higgins, W. Keyes, J. Mason, A. Bendle, C. Goodman, P. Beckiey, C. WaIfers, J. Dix, W. Turner, S. MacGregor. SIX ROW: V. Ward, T. Davis, J, McWilliams, R. Jaggers, H. Park, S. Conant M. Linn, E. Hobbs, B. Evans, V. Hopes. SEVENTH ROW: J. Corwin, J. PrugI'1, E. George. Compliments of MT. GILEAD LUMBER CO. BETZ FLORIST Lumber and Building Material "Say It With Flowers" Phone 23 Mt. Gilead "Na ,.j,55J.,A.. - . x 221:--1'.-. 0 I l T Jig - 9, v ..- 'Gigli N ..,f I Nl . " 4' :xl ' r' 5,1 Wil l i s fl i -i f' ti 1 W X l! 7 Xmif i is if .. ll S M ,. ,, ,mlm I ll- , 'fl fil flgql lx -:ff , fi, ii -, .yy , xl 'X f ' l Rl-ff i i, ll l '. -: jg lx il ll llli if i lk g X I lg ,uwllxlfl ,l i lililii la" lx :iii ,ll i XX Xxx li v l ix , y 1 I x l l 1 - i 93 Il S . l...' Tlx ' 'ilk E' nn ny. ' I J I iii ti . -i. +l I X lllhlii ll, i 'V ,'l ,sh 'N l lllQli'iiiii lllgl rllf .L ii , svli' li ' fll, ','ifNQi-.M ,K f . ill l-i.S ,l lg X iw' li i i .ll ll ilf l fl-P-'H Wiff' l ' N 'll ill 'll lil . 'N Wi W- . , A xlrlli ix 'ev 'ull july I I ff .r sir l ix . yi ll 1 :is x i' iw-N ik xl, ' I, ' ' " 1 1 , lli lll hii' li ' ' H W ,w CLASS OFFICERS 5.kTK- Presidenl.. ,. ,,,,,,,,,,, Donald Clemm Vice-Presidenl ,S,,,,,, Eugene Baldwin ---Julius Caesary Secrelary, ,S.,,,,S,,,S,,,, Connie Loren Treasurer ,S,... ...,S,, L ouise McCarly SCEIIE IV-FRESHIHEII "E+ lu, Bru1'e." Freshmen . . . lirsl year in high school . . . selecled own courses ol sludy . . . gelling more impor+an+ and more independenl as lhe years go by . . . "l-lOT" inilia- lion from our "old-hands-a+-il" upper classmen bul we could lake il . . . acliviliesz Chrislmas parly . . . Sludenl Council . . . "B" varsily . . . iunior high baslcelball . . . inlramural baslcelball . . . band and orcheslra . . . glee clulo and chorus . . . F. l-l. A. . . . F. F. A .... wailing palienlly for The lime lo slep inlo lhe inadequale shoes of our upper classmen . . . parlicularly proud of our 'rrio and lheir accompanisl who performed on lhe Mounl Gilead. on lhe Air program . . . we did very well on scholarf ship lesls, loo . . . in lacl, we Think we are guile remarkable . . . adviser, Miss Camp- bell. DAY STAUFFER Ford - Mercury Phone 75 Mt. Gilead 45 S. Main n 5 ...Q f A Q f g' . fr: 3: if 7. -es . '21 is .":"i Q tif- .lpn .4 In - an ' .L M -A ll S if - :, -:' . .- w.. -fr .5 I 3- Q 1. ,, A A ,Ira . . - .- . A i111 44 on ff I A ' 'i no ' ' iff li in ew A . rrll aw " I W sw I. -. I J A' on x ff I 'Q' A ,V my K K K: f-:,, . fri A gi... -I I if 1 I 2 I 1, ve 'QA ,st Q, my ,Jag any 1' 3 lv, V A ., . ,Q K R+ fel I' A 5. if -e - B. gg y :L ' ' A N. I S me - .Ani .XLR klrk I Jill I W., I , I . LX . kg 5 17.3 22, - .3 zrl ,V V., '21, Y -f,, . ' 2' W . ' . A. ., ' R I , 7 fran hi. .giQgiL.f Q . ' A If lic fl I 4 'NB 5 3 I I f . 2 . . I gl .. r. . ibm X . . , r o I . he fl' To rl A M' I W' + I 6-I -Q I fi I f 1- - . V' , , law Q., . .. YI . : L . I I S 1. -f ' , .L ua... A... ,Adi gh.. I A , I 2 .' . ' I R . H FIRST ROW, lefl Io riqhlz R. Heacoclc, B Ireland, D. Shipman, W. Lyons, R. Gompf, B. Helman, L. Brush, J. Weslbroolc, W. Meadows. SECOND ROW: D. George, W. Burns, R. Coming, C. Doly, M. Fiscarelli, E. Baldwin, F. James, E. George, C. Loren. THIRD ROW: B. Harper, H. Swisher, C. Denlon, L. Mccarlry, B. Ghenl, J. Dairy, B. Briqman, L. Wagner, B. Mooney. I FOURTH ROW: B. Neal, N. Hollinqsworlh, M. Boggs, M. Dye, M. Hammond, T. Wesl, R. Woodruff, G. Lloyd, D. Rider. FIFTH ROW: S. Hammond, D. Clemm, A. Irons, J. Whill, H. Bachelder, R. Mosher, F. Kasavaqe, O. Wallcins, B. Slraiqhl. SIXTH ROW: L. Bogarl, D. Levings, D. Brolcaw, S. Lancasler, W. Woocl, J. Robinson, D. Doly, E. Slerril, J. McCracken. SEVENTH ROW: E. Brown, P. Canlerbury, M. MacMillan, D. Randolph. Compliments of THE UNIUN STURE ii . ,ii ii ' , X Ti , If rxx 1 , ' Q' .E xx ly I .dig XX, I 0 - if X f , X f, '!w !1iff X Agri. Q X ii We f 1 NN-, A J if- -X 5, A. i ik '14 iz, I-'J i .i ii , by N 4 w if i ii 1' kk- ii i i " .iii -, fi-N iv. V K ix. Q. i'qQy:g5ds 1 ' i' hi v C' ' iielilihi Q ix in! if i, ' V' .-'ff ' J fgfv ff X li X QEJN , vi1t7M fb' jg , 5 'yi 1' 1431? .3196 I M ii, N -'Xa i g,'Q'A Q i i Of Shiv ii?-XX ,i ,Y .,x.-3,81 31. Nwsffw "' 'iff cLAss oFFlci3Rs Y, .xhgpy .K xsi xX'.,Qk , , Q-ig' 1 N '33 ' JL, Presideni' ,7,.w,,,w.,,7,.,.,,7 Don Shipman ii O"'AK- Vice-Presideni ..,.,...7,,7 Ruihella Gisi Secreiary ,,,7,,,,,,,7,7 Addie Lou Kloiz -"Midsummer Nighfs Dream." i-FGGSUVGY' AYYA..Y ..,.4..,. . Bfadefl SCEIIE V- EIGHTH GRHDE "For never anyihing can be amiss, When simpleness and du+y +ender i+." Second year in junior high . . . subiecis more compiicaied bui we know ihe ropes now . . . band Trips wiirh ihe pep and marching bands . . . new Jreachers io become acquainired wiih . . . Thai never-+o-be forgoiien hayride when ihe wagon broke down . . . pariies io celebraie Haliowe'en and Chrisimas . . . a special iime on Vaien+ine's day . . . began To go io high school dances . . . members of Jrhe class gained recog- niiion in many exira-curricular aciiviiies, including band and orchesira, dramaiics, cheerleading, and junior high baskeiball . . . according +o Jrhe laiesi poll ihis has been a very inieresiing year . . . adviser, Mr. Porier. WAGNER BROTHERS Compliments of Grain, Feed, Seeds, Cool and BLAYNEY AUTO SALES Building Material "Your Buick and Pontiac Sales Service" Phone 98 Mt. Gilead I . F1 , 'Lf V ' Q ,L 5, 4? L I F " g fir-2 ,.. A 'R gm 15.1. my 1 ' UW' 2 as .. l . AL. I E . X.. 'sv Ln. 1 be 4. . Tas .. lim I hlz 1 4 A y ,. s L? 5, y . F' A if N - .I hi 344 1. all .. BT xx .sh 6 .gy A A , A is up , . ini M Rai -1 V yt 'IN V If V 7'-ing' , HEAT, I ., , I F J s i E . 2 Q y 3 , me 3 ...lf Q. ., f-rfmw' .,. -. t,,w:.l1i I y W ,,. Ea... . U .Q mv., KA il- ga. . A f-1-2" IT I in .Q Sim .E W rf ,, M 1, I I Ac, A 5 .', E x W w- W we L TTER I QWVL A K ' FIRST ROW, leff Io righf: J. Heimliclc, R. Gish D. Rice, D. Newhon, F. Shade, J. Campbell, P. Jaclcson, P. Whifalcer, H. Ullom, B. Edman. SECOND ROW: S. Prichard, B. Braden, A, Klolz, B. Dobbins, J, I-Iufchinson, J, Taylor, D. Pallerson. J. Wesl, R. Geyer, G. Hard. THIRD ROW: B. Turner, J. Klinqle, E. George, B, Irons, B. James, M. Davis, G. Herron, D. Marlin, D. Shipman, L. Hack. FO R. Parflow, C. Lichli, G. Hobson. URTH ROW: D. Byrd, A. Vail, M. Howard, M. Nepfune, B. Shade, W. Weslbroolc, G. Giffin FIFTH ROW: B, Case, D. Higgins, C. Davis, M. Morse, D. Levings, M. McManis. Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Quality Merchandise at a Price of You Con Afford To Pay Mf- Gilead E. L. Wilcox Mr. Gilead 25 1 iiQ5'slQR I . A -:,,,-. I . -. I X 6 'f-.E :W , 5 lwqiiii f ki 7 'fel 1 IVIIN gli' 'X 6 , "I "l"'i Wff 1 f U ' . 1 U3 15, uQ s !3'lI' i .- " Mx-ZG1-T'?3.1"w I - i xx' - W. it ,Q I x'rr4 ,,,i, X ' Y" 1, I .W ' My ,HF I 'al . fbi' ' . 1 5.- fff 'Jvu 4' .' ' 1 ,I ' 'I ,L ' lltsi if Mil f' 1 X .'l'fllfl:' 4'-' fi' f ll lint 1 t ., 7 I . " Ili" ,ju I-f I ixwad i 'A f i, A , I i, I i i, ,1 l llfl -i li M lil 'til i lg 'lff Y ' l - Ji, , U 'f w 1, ' M l' fi' ri lil' Sli .VI ,, , .M Ile A if I . I " If. A' ill Il' W Illia -- Vi if of Sill, li l lilfh l l i, ,I As ia X' il X' Eiga , 'I l I lui 7 " ,XC ix S I gl SX cLASS oFFicERS 1 NIB 6.0 ill G54 President ..,.....,,SSS....S Irene Gallaher 0'R"' Vice-President ............ Dean Phillips -.The Tempest.. Sec'y-Trees .,,,,,,,,, sGlenna Neptune SCEIIE VI - SEUEIITH GRIIDE "We are such stuff As dreams are made on: and our IiH1Ie life Is rounded with a sleep." Seventh graders . . . magic in those words for they meant that we came to the high school building . . . divided because of a large class and put into three rooms . . . new teachers and new faces of other students . . . new and much harder lessons to do. . . our first year to attend high school dances . . . Christmas and Valentine parties . . . the election of good class officers and a cheerleader from the group and we know that next year will be even more fun than this one has been , . . advisers, Miss Gantz, Miss Busby, and Mrs. Wyker. DON'T GUESS - BE SURE COOK ELECTRICALLY-FLAMELESS HEAT--CLEAN AS SUNSHINE THE MARION RESERVE POWER CO. 37 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead, Ohio ' fx 73 f-i uma- 'wev- 3 T ' .wh 4 I " - ff' N- pr 'T T ... ... ' -- .25 gd ' 1, V :Q 3 I I ' 1 : ...- 'lf' I4 'LL A-. ik A 'A 2- I I 'I .1-UQ' . , X W :gf fm fs 'ii 'if 'I i' " giffy 1 T, It -fy, V wr- ' bu., Q 'r-' . ' 2, . Q W Q ' I ,, 'Nw Q I I , yi I ,' 'I . x . . A. E - Y " x , A W . , if K V -L. x V" ,, I I," Q, Us we . Q , , 1l V, , , h . i f... I 'T ,T X A I 'K 5,.Q::f-A N ' mal.. U 35. . . . k . wr .w f K 195 1 'F QI V .Jw 'R Lynx gl Vg. f 1 Q, I.. F ...H ii sl., Il. - ' 'A , 'f .129 , V7.5 V , A 'Y 3' 2: , 1 Q . 'W A .rfmx I 5 I Q Vx ,TT R All V f I WAN AX L x N sa- si , ,, 4 'ii P Us ii ii I " I T' Ki FIRST ROW, Iefl Io righi: J. Millard, J. Shipman, N, Roberlson, B. Flavin, K. Williams, A. Ward, B. Shelpman, G. Hardman, B. Loren. SECOND ROW: M. Bachelor, B. Hammond, I. Jackson, B. Lancasfer, P. James, B. Dawson, I. Gvalleher, A. Lichii, J. Mileyf THIRD ROW: R. Flowers. H. Chase, Moody, G. Neplune, D. Harlpence, S. Powell, J. Loren, E. Hadley, H. Hobbs. FOURTH ROW: V. Kasavage, B. Hickson, R. Kingman, D. Phillips, H. Ullom, B. Lanum, D. Howard, D. Tennant P. Briqman. FIFTH ROW: G. Robinson, M. Hershner, C. Davis, A. Corwin, A. Irons, B. Ackerman, C. Chubb, R. Coning, C. Frilz. SIXTH ROW: A. Fry, W. Hobson, L. Linn, H. Coykenclall, G. Davis, J. Loren, N. Wiseman, R. Losey, R. Vail. SEVENTH ROW: W Parks, I. Roach, W. Turner, M. McManis, H. Srnilh, V. James. if, Recd Compliments of GALLEH ER and TAYLOR THE UNION REGISTER MEAT MARKET A Neighborly Newspaper Mt Gilead ohio Q I . iC:? 4 R.. ix p-psE efssi- l .1-ff' .K an' 1 A .A XA y AWL, K V si my , s I .A rg 'D A - Iain .I A FIRST ROW, Iefl 'Io righI': D. Smifh, J. Harl, H. Phillips, D. Osborn, J. Wesf, P. Nesbil, M. Hardman, D. Meeker, P. McCIena+han, E. Smilh, J. Tenanf, J. McBride, E. Sherman, J. Trainer, P. Dye. SECOND ROW: R. Fields, M. Phillips, C. Irons, B. Taylor, E. Pinyerd, A. Irons, J. Rider, J. Edman, Z. Arndl, C. McPeek, M. Bachelder, L. Wagner, G. Virlue, D. MacMillan, J. West THIRD ROW: R. Beckley, R. Hollingsworlh, M. Thomas, J. Wesf, H. Hack, R. Geyer, D. Peoples, C. Wrhel. B. Myers. D. Fefe, T. Hardin, A. Coykendall. W. Turner. lv f- 'V' , QQ Q! -f- W- if ' U A-4 . Q' 4' Fx, ,, 1' r' 'QSM f' 7 CTX 4' ' A 'Y ii 'I T I . N ij .s ir. - i fi" A s-.LJgL2hsemL4 emi .. A h e ,1L,... ,I I. . I ' . ii.- I F. 'fi 'I , ' i 1 k KWLV V K N , r,..- H , ..r.,.. X K , .. N .1 .ess .l,, fa vs I as .Q fill? FIRST ROW, Iefl 'ro righlz J. Lannum, R. Brigman, R. Hari, B. Shoewaller, B. Decker, F. Higgins, N. Campbell, R. Bonham, L. Arndl, L. George, H. Gompf, R. Miller, G. Rhineharl, E. Gompf, C. Crawford. SECOND ROW: M, Morrison, G. Dix, E. O'Shaughnessy, G. Lusl, V. Hardin, G. Neplune, D. Delrow, D. Powell, R. Sloneburner, L. Shaw, M. Marlin, J. Schoonover, S. Weslbrook, C. Smilh, L. Noblel. THIRD ROW: B. Loren, E. Galleher, R. McBride, B. Kelly, M. Curren, H. Wrhel, E. Shipman, D. Case, O. McLain, F. Phillips, H. Galleher, D. Rood. C. Roach. B. Peoples. feather ,gi ,. .i ty ' I 5' J". :'i' 2? 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Addison, J. Robinson. FOURTH ROW: W. Meeker, P. Lindner, M. Hoak, H. Cole, H. Davis, J. Miller, J. Sesler, S. Flowers, F. Morse. FIFTH ROW: M. Grimm, C. Hammond, B. Dix, G. Klingel, B. McManis, E. Sfoneburner, E. Hedrick. Noam csnrnm. oHlo's LARGEST MARION, Mews AND sovs' 01-HQ cLoTHms srons f a ' 1 . W I 1 I I . N .VT ZF' vt A gc K 5 " s J -2 . 'lf ..,, F N., A It . V- vc. I I .. .. f as s-dv ' a . f . - K fr .fy .5 I .. .I Q + . ,- AL J. . A 'W . A A A I 6 Til iii Ti HIT! 'T' iii" fi 3 R F. L I I .1 A k A : X I A FIRST ROW, lefl Io righl: E. Smilh, K. Gear, G. Mullenix, D. Hoffmire, R. Hobbs. K. Mosher, P. McClenaIhan, B. Geyer, R. Baker, B. Slaulfer, R. Howard, L. Keeran, R. Ireland. J. Ralhburn, D. Nesbill. SECOND ROW: S. Rood, H. Whislon, B. Heimlich, D. Hedrick, P. Hopkins, D. Lyons, U. Cole, G. James, E. Marlin, D. Roach, B. Winkler, D. Gear, P. Wagner, J. Osborn, J. McPeek. THIRD ROW: H. McBride, G. Shaw, F. Hollingsworlh, F. Smilh, D. Clevenger, D. McClelland, N. Coykendall, D. Lanum, J. Frosf, L. Vaughan, R. McPeek, D. Galleher, D. Osborne, B. Uhl, C. Cole- . .Q .. , is g L . k . V It nf s . 1, K K' . ,. 0- V ig , -K thx , , -. ' W . s 1 ' Q J., 4, a K kk L , iw K Vr., 37, .,,V in , A J V. K 2 V ,V V, KLVK I V K .A 'eva ,ng .Tm gr - 'J K sr Q y ish- . I b . Qi :Q Qs f- . . A K, S 4 ' ,.., . gf ' . .. TIP' fi... V ' ns' .5 V V ct 'I II1 I-4 H ,-V zzz. F' "KI N' Sr-' IF iw. .Q .'- , a+-Q Hui iv 5 ian'-3 ,,,,. , . ,.- X , ff ,- G, i ,. v, ' " r . ii I Q ' f Af I . .11.':. ' 32.92. L' I '. K 15 A FIRST ROW, lelir lo righfz S. Levings, P. Hickman, B. Williams, M. Ellis, R. Lanum, B. Randolph. G. Curren, J. Geiger, D. Meeker, P. Galleher, C. Hord, M. Higgins, D. Campbell, R. Rider, F. Miller. SECOND ROW: N. Brigmon, H. Gompf, J. Milchell, B. Kline, K. Woolfifl, R. Wafkins, J- Bachelder, S. Long, J.Jarnes, J. Phillips, C.Wisernan, R. Poland, J. Lancasler, P. Purcell, D. Nepfune. THIRD ROW: G. Fullon, I.. Whilaker, J. Garver, A. Meckley, T. Case, N. Marlin, R. Jaggers, D. Keeran, J. Eggleslon, R. Davis, R. Lochridge, J. Fricke, D. Rhodebeck, B. Shindledecker, S. Shambaugh. W 'ff 'N if?" g 5 'iii. :iii -I I " FQ ii , I l 1:1 'A A , i.' ' 2 '.,. 4 .., Ls: ir .iz il . xy 3 ': I 'Q ' kggg, m ' ' I ..... 1 igggt I I.. 6, r. . I i f, - Q 4 9. L . - , If .L 0-.1 l ssli ..l. S' ' ' . Il.. - I l 4 I iiii I IIL. .lrl Rf 'ilii al y 1 ir, if L VV .V I I . K, I . Y ' s 'sr ii J iigvz A ii is P' ii i in .1 I. U' .1 . 1 T . , I , , f ., - I I 3 . ,r.Vwin,' . ,V I I fs . :l,:. .., I . sr.:I: . r . of ' S -1 y '- A . RAL I ' 41 J is iff FIRST ROW, lefr To righl: J. Shamloaugh, M. Sadler, H. Keeran, E. Poland, N. Mosher, R. Smilh, R. Smilh, N. Carler, B. Meyer, M. Sebring, J. Bachelder, M. Purcell, J. Hammond, P. Lawrence, T. Hardman. SECOND ROW: K. Morrison, L. Cole, E. Klingle, M. Sebring, W. Harden, W. Shaw, D. Davis, L. Slauller, H. Cole, P. Milchell, B. Szalapalo, C. Thompson, F. Miller, B. Turner, M. Baker. l THIRD ROW: J. Delwiler, E. Brigmon, J. Coning, A. Sipes, D. Weaver, S. Osborne, P. Adams, ' E. Wood, G. Curren, D. I-Iollrey, W. Lusl, M. George, E. McLain, P. Tennanl, B. Hawkins. FOURTH ROW: D. Neplune., D. Rider, B. Ruhl, C. Frosl, P. McCammon, M. Mullenix, P. Tierney, W. Coykendall, J. Wiseman, R. Davis, B. Rineharl, R. Knighl, M. Hedrick, K. George. H. C. GEYER MORROW CREAMERY Grade "A" 1 Buyer of Poultry, Eggs and Cream posfeurgzed I Dairy Products 29 Phone 70K Mt. Gilead MT. GILEAD ' tb. , 'Q ' if nl: i I I ' Zivsrglw,-fl, '19 ,, . bi QI ' ' 'A lu, lv ix' .x X ,.. g I S if ,f wr i i 'T U as , F " ' " Hi i STE, ,A 'g n N. , f Q4 x Q I 5. - - i fi All . Iw .J 'A rl in., 1116! R .'l"u 4 ,,'V mtg , ', 'r fi GRADE SCHOCL SCENES GRHDE SCH00l I-Iere we come wiTh The march oT evenTs . . . we are progressing along up The ladder . . . won'T be long unTiI we are in iunior high and Then in high school . . . buT we are having a loT oT Tun iusT as we are . . . This year we presenTed monThIy chapel programs prepared by each roorn and weekly ones presenTed wiTh The help oT our Teachers . . . we were quiTe Thrilled To be able To acT on The sTage in The audiTorium . . . we made our own cosTumes fall Icinds oT animalsl and posTers . . . proiecTs on WashingTon and Columbus . . . a IoT oT Tun during recesses and noons on The play- ground . . . Red Ribbon Spelling ConTesT and Blue Ribbon AriThmeTic ConTesT . . . musical programs . , . May Day . . . lasT day oT school. C A R R 0 L L' S - Famous for Fine Diamonds Member Ind-0 Jewelers' Association Cooperating Buying State wide organization of leading Independent Jewelry Stores where prices are studied and special "buys" are made for the good of our customers' friends. CARROLL'S JEWELRY STORE 172 West Center Street MARION, OHIO HCT ll ncnumes S0999 l V A ... . Band and Crclweslra Scene 2 ., Girls' and Boys' Glee Club cene S ,S ,- .-.-.- S 3 , eCliorus Scene 4s ee,e ee,ee G irl Reserves and Fl-l.A. Scene 5 ,eeee. ..ee.eee,.eee..,ee l-l i-Y and FFA, Scene 6 cccc,c,ccc Sludenl Council and Gong Scene 7, cCl1emislry, French, and Raolio Clubs 543999 8 eee..fcVccVccV cccc. J unior Class Play Scene 9s cccc ..... S enior Class Play ' -:.g:,,43,4Qvg. - ' 1? ' " E an Q r f ' s - 111-,146 f4f1,g1.e' 'if ' f7fA . x f N ,. , if , ' i w' ,AJ f f. .- ENS I Z - 'nxz l l f wt- x :ff 'gy' V - 21,2512 iight fi, 4' V, wi- ik R? A ' - f ' , 1. 'A' -v . - w ':: ' - is ,S A A if T. 'xi"iWTf, if .x.' f, A ' V wx:-1-E- 412551 , , ..1 - ' ' .',a4g-.v- ,- . 4' QF . 1212: iI',1',M, ix -, w t 1 5,-5 K , J, - W? l' f- ll MX 'fglig S125 ' E J '. ' '-7 " .'f:4:+-:.s.'-1f0',, -1 lf?" ' ' ' i uf ' w:',f . .xx 4 A, All l Qi li l'l1'lll. F4fgQ7i51. - "A-1545 1 ,291 'Y'W'iE7?5?f36'N1f'7"'5f3SPP' 'i"iff1:i,f., ., f, ff: X " ' iii XX . C - :'fZ 11 'H' ffweai . f:f1-.a'fff.1ffiv- X A A as gQ f,,-' m liglx- ig' zfayff 13 K 1,550 -"' " my KX .x X ' L ea f ' 'fi X Compliments of CORNER FOOD MARKET Compliments of THE PEOPLES BANK SAVINGS CO GROCERIES - MEATS - FRUITS - VEGETABLES L, E. WEAVER, Prop, A Safe Ploce to Bunk Since 1904 Deposits Insured with F.D.l.C. Rapid progress under Mr. l-lard's leadership . . . new uniforms which helped improve our marching . . . Toledo and lhe American Legion convenlion . . . playing al all home games and assemblies and for special evenls in 'rown . . . band concerls. ORCHESTRH New lhis year. . . under The capable direclion ol lvlr. l-lard . . . loolc parl in lhe Girl Reserve chapel program on April lO . . . furnished music lor The iunior and senior class plays , . . senl' delegales lo lhe counly music leslival. THE sAMEs and cook HARDWARE COFFEE Caffe' 6, sooo Furnace and Sheet Metal Work P Stoves, Hardware SHOP H 4,5 .,r.c. , 94 Fooo is,-, .. MT' GH-EAD' OHIO ...i 7, .i,. Z i,..i .... . GLEE ClUB5 Boys and girls sing in llweir respeclive glee clubs . . . boys score applause willi Negro spiriluals . . . girls' voices blend beaulilully in many Jrypes ol songs . . . bolli Took maior parls in llwe special musical chapel program on April 3 . . . clelegales lo counly music leslival on May 2 . . . sang al Kiwanis lunclieon on May 7. Compliments of STERRITT'S MILLINERY 48 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead n.oRsNc: Houszssncs WATCH SHOP Watches Jewelry 35 S. Main St. Mt. Gilead CHORUS Chorus made up of combined boys' and girls' glee clubs . . . sing +oge+her mos? harmoniously . . . Chrisrmas canlaia, "Childe Jesus," presenied on December I9 for The Pareni-Teachers' Associaiion . . . parlicipaied in special musical chapel program on April 3 . . . delegales 'ro counly chorus ar Edison in music fesiival on May 2 . . . sang ai Kiwanis luncheon on May 7 . . . under lhe supervision of Mr. Hard . . . music deparlmeni ralred as one of Jrhe besi deparimenis in ihe school . . . girls' double sexlei under 'rhe direciion ol Miss Ganlz for fhe girls who cannoi schedule eilher girls' glee club or chorus . . . appeared a+ chapel programs and iown meelrings on several occasions . . . ireshrnan +rio lMar+y Ann Dye, l-lelen Swisher, and Connie Lorenl accompanied by Jeanne Robinson represenled lhe high school in a radio broadcasi, lviounr Gilead on Jrhe Air, on April 4 . . . sang lor several programs spon- sored by Jrown organizaiions. Compliments of HSIIIHIYS DRUGS Mt. Gilead, Ohio Girl Reserves . . . a high school division of fhe Y. W. C. A .... sfudied voca- fions for women . . . informal inifiafion . . .formal inifiafion . . . sponsored dance for fhe high school af l'lallowe'en . . . poflucks . . . affended church fogefher . . . mofher- daughfer supper and program . . . lvlarch of Dimes dance . . . Easfer chapel program . . . scavenger hunf . . . garden parfy fo honor fhe seniors . . . insfallafion of new officers. ' A Fufure l-lomemaliiers of America . . . here we come . . . acfivifies: informal inifia- fion by our superiors . . .formal inifiafion . . . bake sale . . . l-lallowe'en parfy . . . F H n Chrisfmas dance . . . pofluclc supper . . . Fireside degree . . . assembly program . . . ' I ' F. l-l. A. -F, F. A. banguef fon parenfs . . .field frip fo Columbus . . . fhird and fourfh degrees . . . regional conference . . . sfyle show . . . senior farewell. Compliments of THE JACKSON LUMBERG' PAINT CO. . Compliments of . AULT'S INSURANCE AGENCY MT. GILEAD ASHLEY Phone-20 Phone-2223 High poinis in Hi-Y: Money making in Jrhe candy booih . . . bean feeds fwha+ meais our morhers can make, . . . Jrwo boys sen? +o Dayfon converiiion , . . inviied +o G. R. dance . . . ioini church aflrendance . . . helpful advice from Mr. er Pori . Fuiure Farmers of America . . . a year +o be remembered . . . sponsored The besi' square dance of The year . . . a Jrrip Jro Chicago . . . ioinf banquef wiih Jrhe giris of F. H. A. . . . money-making proiedrs which were successful . . . good official sfaff. Barhrlhrrki fail 2' 'h c' '4 1-1 i C e Greyhound Lines LUNCH ICE CREAM Phone-'I50 Mt. Gilead Compliments of HANK'S SHOE REPAIR "GONE" STHFF The MounT Gilead Gong, published monThly ...organized in I939 . .. given high raTings by The N a Ti o n al DuplicaTed Papers AssociaTion . . . The sTaTT oT inTeresTed young wriTers chosen Trom The high school Turn in good copy . . . unusual arT worlc and excellenT mirneographing . . . edi- Tor, D. Fiscarelli . . . ad- visers, Misses Busby and Clingaman. Compliments of STUDENT COUNCIL Deciding school issues . . . planning chapel pro- grams . . . expressing our honesT opinions . . . loyalTy suggesT new meThods . . . abolish inTerior rules . . The Type oT sTudenT gov- ernrnenT is Truly signiTicanT oT The democracy which our counTry employes and The Type by which each American should be proud To live. WOOD'S HARDWARE Hordwore, Point, Gifts, Wire, ENGLAND'S DRY CLEANING Electric Fixtures and AND PRESSERY MT. GILEAD, oHlo Plumbing Supplies MT. GILEAD, OHIO Phone 69 MQ. Gilead 2? CHEHHSTRV CLUB Acfive Afoms lchemisfry clubl . . pro ecfs . . . phofography under fhe direcfion of Mac lvlillin . . . field frip fo Perlcins Observafory af Delaware . . . Rumrill Poffery . . . plans for ofher frips fo chemical works af Columbus semblv program . . . presidenf, Norman lvlac lvlillan . . . vice presidenf, Salo Miller secre fary and freasurer, Helen Szalapafo . adviser lvlr. Farrar. FRENCH CLUB Enfre-Nous, beffer known as fhe French club . . . organized fhis year fo sfimulafe more in- feresf in fhe French language and liferafure . . . fypical program: reporfs by various members of fhe club . . . working crossword puzzles . . . read- ing from "La Pefife Journal' '... playing of French games . . . officers: Charles Rhodebeclc, Bernadine Geren, Salo Miller . . . adviser, lvliss Ganfz. The radio club whose members are shown af fhe righf has been disconfinued. Compliments of DYE'S FOOD MARKET MT. GILEAD, oHlo Compliments of KENN ETH CARIS Sinclair Service Station MT. GILEAD, OHIO , .qs JUIIIUR CLIISS PLIW From lell lo righl lhe casl of The iunior class play, "Sl4id,ding," as lhey appeared in aclion: Eslelle lJean Falel, Myra lHelen Szalapalol, Grandpa llorn Crawlordl, Judge Hardy lCharles Phillipsl, Mrs. Hardy lBeHy Neall, Marion lhlancy Jaclcsonl, Aunl Milly lMary Jane Williamsl, Wayne Trenlon lll lSalo Millerl, Mr. Slubpins lCharles Rhodebeclcl, and Andy Hardy lJohn Geyerl . . . presenled lwice on April l . . . highly enlerlaining due lo The clever lines and excellenl aclinq . . . John Geyens "Andy Hardy" rivaled Miclqey Rooney's . . . showed lhemselves velerans by nol being confused when lhe lighls llickered oul Jrwice during lhe evening performance lnol an April l:ool's iolcel . . . financially successful, lhanlcs lo lhe publicily cornrnillee which plaslered lhe school and lown wilh poslers . . . all in all, a nolable accomplishmenl . . . direclors: Miss Van Sickle and Miss Busby. - Good Luck Students - sHeRM's BARBER si-lor Complimenfsof For AppeOr0nC9 SURE I5 N. Main MI. Gilead HJUHE IMD" The Senior Class Play Penny Woodm, ,,,, Beffy Shindledeclqer Chuclc l-larrism , , , ,,,,,,, Bill Trainer Dr. Wood Y,Y,,,,, ,, ,Y,, Jim Wolfe Mrs. Wood ,,Y,,, ,,,, , ,Norma Smifh G. Mervyn Roberfs ,,,Y,,, ,,o,,, D ean Breese Roger Van Vleclc, , , ,, , ,Jaclc Phillips Julie l'larris ,,,,, ,,,, , ,, , Pauline l-leacock Milly Lou Y,,.,A ,Y,..,A,, R ufh McClelland Mr. Harris ,,,,.,.. Charles Newhon Effie ,,,,,,,, . ,....,, , ,,,,, Janice Keller Elmer Tuffle Yo,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,o,,,,, Dominic Eiscarelli ...Eileen Parks Shirley Wenfworfh, Ralph Wenfworfh ,,,v..,.....,,, Charles Coming The seniors choose a play of fhe frials and friumphs of adolescense . . . resulfing in very few frials and many friumphs . . . play falqen from fhe book "This Awful Age' '... a sfory of a young 'rom-boy named Penny who refuses fo grow up unfil fhe arrival of Roger Van Vleclc, wifh whom she believes she is madly in love . . . of Julie and Mervin's growing friendship unfil Roger again cornplicafes fhings . . .' of Chuclcs desire fo fly his glider . . . of Dr. and Mrs. Woods' and Mr. Harris' parenfal advice . . . of fhe lcifchen romance of Effie and Elmer . . . of Milly Lou's exasperafing affecfion for Mervyn . . . and of Shirley's and Ralph's occasional appearances . . . presenfed on May 9 under fhe direcfion of Mr. Barlcer and Mr. Dalrymple . . . a frium- phanf performance nof soon fo be forgof- fen, especially by seniors. IS .' N f . Compliments of THE KROGER STORE MT. GILEAD, oHlo g. 7,, , if C . . 1 sm. .f K, V.fJ.,,x: I if: 'C' . 1 , Y , i w-4 1 ff figs-S ' F 1 . ' K , Q. 4 1 313.-7s. IM, K l il f I if 1 . ff!" ' ss., 4 ' 1 ls' ' Yrl P I Y. . - i A 5417, - A A ' " jf Zi. ,. ' - . ,, . . , n 1 Compliments of ASMAN'S DRUG STORE HUT Ill nmlencs Scene , ,...... F ootball Scene ...,,. Basketball Scene ..,"B" Varsity Scene ,...,,.,Scee..,.......e,.ee.....ece. "M" Club Scene .,,c,,,... Cheerleaders and Coaches wg v fe S 44 ... fiiffsvxx ' -.Rt A-5: . ' "' -2 f V' A Hifi EFA' 'ff W 0:32 -1..- , -221,1 1: Q 'Si'- ' 1 W X3 sg Jffflbggn 'nm X M ,c n S S ef gf' he X' t if j 'YZF 1 f few.. an X ,, vc -gf"""T x ,A-.iffyf N SMITH'S Men's and Young Men's Clothing of Quality! Compliments of Manhattan Shirts Kuppenheiner Clothes Stetson Hots Rugby Sweaters I Knit-Tex Top Coats 'Wing Shirts SMITTY S PLACE THE sMrrH cLoTl-:ING COMPANY MT. GMA, MARION, OHIO V v ., i. X, .r.. Q - " iq ' ry, gil?- ii, , , Jef 5 1 ,krr Wm yfilgniv 3 ' ?..3i4.f?. 7 BACKHELD. s. Mme., D. wesi, D. Breese, D. ,,, 35 , .... 5 4 .- . f. Rineharl Jim Fare 7 7 iran vi B 7 7 ' -'i ' ' .,..2e+S, ,A,, "' . 3j"f"e 26 A, . LINE: D, Sesler, P. Dumloaugh, J. Fake, J, Geyer, J. Osborn, W. Meadows, C, Coning, J. Wolfe. G R, I ar ,l 130 3? 'alesff 29.4-. 'I ,...., ,I -. .... 1 Tj"i:l' '--" ' , 1, LAVL LLWJ , . V f , .- M , ggqege new W 'L'W'- ' H . ..,, A V Z, ,. up - ':-f1 Mieffvm.. V-me 'Q Hr' .ri,g,':q:,er1:r'.,...'. FO0TBHll New unilorms . . . green players . . . Alumni game-26 To 7 . . . Creslline: We held 'rhem io a low score of I2 +o O and won a moral viclory , . . Carey: Also I2 +o O in a lemperarure of 90 degrees . . . Bullerz Our Tirsr win-I8 +o 7 . . . beginning ro look much loeller . . . Upper Sandusky: Le+'s Torgel +ha+ one-36 +o O . . . Bellville: The boys ourplayed Jrhem The Tirsr half buf were loo fired +o keep il up--I9 To 7 . . . lhen we gol' going and won from lhe ivlounl Vernon reserves-28 lo O . . . Danville: A Thriller which we won, 26 lo 25 . . . Loudenville: A greal game for all lor we held 'rhem +0 a 7 lo O score . . . This was Jrhe besl game ol Jrhe year for Jrhe indians . .. a final record ol Three wins and 'live losses . . . we lose several seniors bull should have a good Team nexl year wilh The boys who will be in There lighling wilh Jrhe Typical Mounl Gilead spiril. FIRST ROW, lop: D. Sesler, S. Miller, D. Wesl, D. Breese, D. Rinehart J, Wolfe, B. Flavin, l. Griffin, J. Slerrii. SECOND ROW: Coach Hopkins, R. Dumbaugh, B. Ward, T. Crawford, E. Corwin, T. Losey, G. Jack- son. THIRD ROW: W. Meadows, F. Corwin, J. Osborn, J. Geyer, J. Pale, C. Coning, Jirn Pale. FOURTH ROW: B. Turner, Mgr.: E. Wesl, C. Rhodebeck, D. Fiscarelli, D, Rice, B. Braden, D. Boyle. Compliments of Compliments of CAMPBELL AUTO SUPPLY CO. HAFFNER'S Sc TO 51.00 STORE MT. GILEAD, oHlo 3 sf . rj ,1 v .L ,aff ,. ' A 13 , .- 2 K T35 . 3" gre" 9 I? -. II f 'ef' -ze- SESLER-END L ' If f ' ' ,, I I 'J fb ,nik . , , '1.,, mgfffvf, 1 Q A Agfa Y ' I gf ye , pf OSBORN-G UA RD ' I 1' - rr: I g S 1 ,T-"-2 S I I IE 5 W -us- Qf 1? . I ,K-fi, wi W' , A fr -A . .E .5 , V' 'I' HI ' U '. 1.5- F. CORWIN-BACK FATE-BACK I ,5 ' I ,Wi I 73. , ' My ..,., .1 :it h 5 ' ., .f f Sai Msfff fm,--flp. I v-- fbi .-I r if-v,,-' M .31 Q, if " 4 fe ,A we f f 4 I MILLER-BACK LOS EY-TAC K LE 1 f , . J 23 '- ily f-M ,'s5ef'fi" 9 ' if may .' ., I , W"k Wu w..i.a,,.L I , ' .M gm' V -5 I4 r ' . K B. CORWI N-BACK 'WSU WEST-BACK Co-Ca pi. N in ,xf meigi YHA , .Y , L , ,bu ' 1-I Q' Q--as 5-"' I3 "fi " W ....,:' J L ee 1 , ,If 5 9 ,A aj .,. " "" ' iw GEYER--CENTER I JA uf, Q es- T AK' x iiiowwf 'K I agp L ' mm I ff l I " t'5""" 4 'J' I DUMBAUGH--TACKLE WA RD-END 'nz 'T ' ' if ,- . .rs at 5,25 X If I :II 3 , mv, T 24'--'v"e ,e'v"' f- -,av-:ek A . .. . H f i '2 1 W? ,Q -. ,,..4f'j ,- L .. J I ,- 1 55, I ,Q I , H 7 au- -- '17 , : , no , W i anssse-BACK cQ.cap+. AL 'L . 7 ' . Q 43. 1 - 0, ,M T":.w' P ' ,:g,ifQ'f .'1'fi',1 D ' I 'Y 'af my A. FATE-GUARD A - Y , me Rf , , ,jf h 7515? ' 'l,: I ' -11:,W:,. - ' . l' A RHINEHART-BACK , Li , I . , mfr ? ,Q I ,N 4315 RHODEBECK-BACK I I H -,la ' lv I , ? K V .I .357 f .U 1,A .. ,E II I Qi, AA'L If , WOLFE-END ' 1274+ ' 'Xi' . J. - I I 5 , 4tQQ'22?4T3Q7V" .9 I -I w2"'A ' ., f.,"A' X " W I .... If X CONING-TACKLE 'W ' I , L 4,5125 Q I 1 , Q x M 'iv T New fl Q is F P 1' ""i1Q'fWii CRAWFORD-END Compliments of Compliments of AULT MOTOR SALES THE MARION BUSINESS COLLEGE Chevrolet Sales and Service MARION, OHIO MT. GILEAD, OHIO Phone 2767 J. T. Burger, Pres l A x FIRST ROW: C. Rlwodebeclc, D. SECOND ROW:Coacl1 l-loplcins Breese, J. Wolfe, J. Pale, D, Sesf B. Williams, T. Crawford, D. Pal ler. lerson, B. Ward, J. Geyer, B Trainer, Mgr. BHSHETBHLL Three relurning leller-men . . . good prospecls . . . bad slarl: Claridon, 25: Mounl Gilead, II . . . from llwis s'rar+ llfie Indians wenl on lo win filleen slraiglwl viclories before losing lo Creslline by a score of 46 To 36 . . . league and counly 'rournamenl champs for Jrlwe second conseculive year . . . season record: Won 2I, losl 3 . . . de- lealed Universily l'ligb and l-loward bul were delealed by Worlliinglon in llie dislricl' lournamenl . . . our-scored our opponenls during Jrlwe season, 945 poinls lo 600- averaging 40 poinls a game To our opponenls 25 . . . Pale, Wolfe, and Breese place on All-Counlry +eam,. . . Rlwodebecla and Sesler received honorable menlion . . . Breese and Wolfe made All-Dislricl and Wolfe made a place on one of Jrlwe All-Slale reams . . . lwiglw scorers for Jrlwe Indians were Vlfolfe wil'l1 290 poinls, Breese willw 220, and Fare willi I42 . . . Jim Wolfe and Jim Pale elecled co-caplains . . . members ol 'flue learn were presenled willw gold and bronze baslcelballs for rlweir ourslanding worlc rliis year . . . five leHer-men relrurning for nex+ year. Compliments of W. E, FLAVIN THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY piumbmg and Heofgng MT. GILEAD, QHIQ MT. GILEAD, OHIO JIM FATE JIM WOLFE DEAN BREESE Co-Captain Co-Caphain All-County Forward AII-County Guard AII-County Center AII-District Forward AII-Disfrid, 2nd All-State, 3rd 'B .d CHARLES RHODEBECK COACH C. L. HOPKINS DICK SESLER All-County, I-Ion. Ment. AII-Counfy, Hon. Menf THE MORTON HARDWARE "Hardware for Hard Wear" A COMPLETE LINE OF SFORTING GOODS 28 South Main Street Mt. Gilead, Ohio BILL WARD DICK PATTERSON JOHN GEYER BUB WILLIAMS MANAGERS-BILL XI BILL TOM CRAWFORD BAIRD and RINEHART Compnmems of Insurance and Real Estate G- D- CRAVEN 14V2 s. Main Phone 76 MT. GILEAD SEFISOIVS RECORD COUNTY LEAGUE Ivlounl Gilead Claridon , Nlounl Gilead ,,,., ,,,,,, , Marenqo , 7 Ivlounl Gilead Eredericldown ,, Ivlounl Gilead Iberia , ,, , ,, Mounl Gilead Asliley , ,,,, , Mounl Gilead ,7,, 7 Jolinsville , , Ivlounl Gilead Sparla ,,,, Mounl Gilead Edison ,, Ivlounl Gilead Edison ,,Y,, Ivlouni Gileadn ,, Y,,,, , Cardinqion Ivlounl Gilead Galion , Ivlounl Gilead Galion aa,, Ivlouni Gilead Creslline , Mounl Gilead Creslline , Ivlounl Gilead Jolinsville , . Mounl Gilead Clieslerville Ivlounl Gilead Iberia .,,. Ivlounl Gilead Cardinglon I COUNTY TOURNAMENT Ivlounl Gilead ,,,,, ,,7, , 30 Sloarla Mounl Gileadm, ,,,,Y,,,, 43 Jolinsville Ivlounl Gileadp, U, 46 QEdison , DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Mounl Gilead , ., ,, ,47 Universily , Ivlounl Gilead 7,,, .,,,, 35 I-Ioward , , Mounl Gilead ..,,,... fi , ,26 Worlliincglon ,,,7 . ols 'from IITE DISIVICI Tournarne I GULF GAS AND OIL TIRES AND BATTERIES LLOYD CORWIN Cor. W. High G' Iberia Phone 134 MT. GILEAD, OHIO For Shoe cmd Lock Repair KEYS MADE TISCHER'S SHOE AND LOCK REPAIR Eugene Tischer, Prop. "B" UHRSIW New coach-Mr. PorTer . . . all veTerans moved up To "A" varsiTy . . . won TiTTeen games and losT Tour . . . deTeaTed SparTa reserves in counTy TournamenT . . . won TirsT cup given in counTy Tor "B" var- siTies, losing only one game in counTy compeTiTion . . . mosT oT The games were exciTing and TasT . . . good ToundaTion in Tunda- menTals combined wiTh speed and passing made The group an ouT- sTanding one . . . ouTscored op- ponenTs . . . made up oT Treshmen and sophomores wiTh a Tevv eighTh graders Tor good measure . . . cannon Todder Tor The "A" var- siTy . . . nexT year's varsiTy players . . . leT's wish Them a loT oT luclf. "Ill" ClUB Round Table discussions . . . Jimmy Wolfe elecTed presidenT . . . a council piclced from The Three upper grades To run The business . . . sold rule books and schedules Tor baslcelrball games in order To raise money Tor The aThleTic Tund . . . boys who have earned a leTTer may belong. Html A I4 THE FLORENCE POTTERY Manufacturers of ART POTTERY Compliments of SHADY INN GARAGE MT. GILEAD, oi-no CHEERLEHDERS Elaine, Kalhleen, Rulh- ella, Rosemary, Aldine and Pally . . . new purple and while unilorms . . . new yells and new acro- balics . . . new school song' lo lune ol "Wash- inglon and Lee 'Swing" . . . lols ol spiril V. . . lqepl lhe school morale al ils highesl peak . . .awarded lellers lor services rend- ered . . . Kalhleen and Rulhella served as maior- elles in lhe marching band . . .always ready lo help revive lhe spirils ol lhe boys when lhe game was hard. CUHCHES C. L. l-loplcins, varsily coach . . . lillh year al Gilead . . . lhree league and lwo lournamenl championships . . . good loolball leams, loo . . . lormer Akron U. slar and has been coaching len years. Dale S. Porler, B var- sily coach . . . lhis year as assislanl coach . . . suc- cesslul season . . . league winners . . . leaches malh. John lvliller, iunior high coach . . . building boys lor lulure varsily . . . no games losl . . . spends lree lime relereeing bas- lselball and loolball games. THE DIAMOND STORE OF MARION F"C'o"Y A9e"'5 ZRLZEJK TERLING SILVER P s , B 41 ROGERS snos. ELGIN MMUNITY PLATE HAMILTON A. ROGERS rr soN 44 L, ., , h PENRUS slLvERwARE L' 'T "A"'O" 0' ' N WALTHAM Compliments of 0SBORN'S MEAT MARKET THE MANSFIELD BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL INKDXCJIATIIQN i 4' QN N F lag vt -- i gt , l 1 we I Incorporated TEACHES THAT WHICH BUSINESS MEN WANT THEIR OFFICE HELP TO KNOW individual and class instruction given in Bookkeepingg Accounting, Social Security and Payroll Tax Accountingg Cost Accountingg Federal income Tax Problemsg Civil Serviceg Advanced Business Arithmeticg Business Englishg Punctuationg Spellingg Penmanshipg Commercial Lowg Shorthandg Typewritingg Filingg Office Practiceg Adding Machines Gfiegmblem lelectric and handlj Comptometerg Marchant Calculatorg Posting lgmggqfgj I J Maclfmineg Mimeographg Ediphone. I6Vz South Park Street Canal 2748 MANSFIELD, OHIO Compliments of Compliments of HAROLD HETRICICS VANATTA'S INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL iNsuRANcE REAL ESTATE BASEMENT BARBER SHOP Phone 419 Mf. Galena W. High St. Mt. Gilead Bk? i I I. L..'f sax MORROW COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. FARMALL TRACTORS MCCORMICK-DEERING FARM MACHINES HANNA PAINT HARDWARE STERLING DEEP AND SHALLOW WELL PUMPS INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS GENUINE l.H.C. PARTS AND SERVICE wAoe KNIGHT MT. GILEAD PHONE 234 JULY in JANUARY The secret of refrigerator locker system is in the fast freezing of Meats, Fruits, and Vegetables at 20 degrees below Zero, and thereby preserving the naturol Flavor and Vitamins. The food is not PRECOOKED as in old method. CRYSTAL ICE DELIVERY AND ZERO FOOD LOCKERS Whiston's Rural Electric Ken's Texaco Porter Oil Co. Compliments Hi' Moe's Ackerman's Jim Royston Farm Bureau Compliments of CITIES SERVICE OIL COMPANY You taste' its quality MORSE - ELLIS Dealer in TUXEDO FEEDS Also FLOUR G GRAIN Phone 99L Mt. Gilead Compliments of DENTON'S INSURANCE AGENCY UNION REGISTER BUILDING We specialize in JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS KEYSTONE RED TOP FENCE LOCUST, HEDGE, ond STEEL POSTS SOHIO PRODUCTS Phones Filling Station-I92-L Implement Bldg.-I 84-R 1. H. SNYDER EDISON, OHIO YUNKER BROTHERS SPORTING GOODS O Mansfield, Ohio Canal 4546 HERFF-IONES COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of School and College jewelry, Graduation Announcements Medals, Cups, Trophies Indianapolis, Indiana jewelers to Mt. Gilead High School Representative: R. j. Dicken BoLEs - DANDURAND School and Annual Photographs A Complete Service 123 V2 South Washington Street A Phone 2439 Tiffin, Ohio Compliments of H. R. FATE


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