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

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'fy ---1-W -f-irq... ..F. u'q."'Wvv--Jn--.v...,,, . ., ,... ,nm N., rlllqlw .. .mn---Y. - f-Y-.--rv--W DWIGHT L. MUSSELMAN ' We are very fortunate to possess a man of such natural abilities and sterling qualities as Mr. Musselman for superintendent and leader of the school. He received his A. B. degree from Bluffton College, and his M. A. from Ohio State University. Here, he teaches social science and industrial arts. Dayle McCcxmma:n Secretary ' BOARD OF EDUCATION-L. C. Dye, Iames Gullegher, Gale Sesler, G. G. Denton. Harley Miracle, Roy Linn. Success in any institution is largely due to efficient management and administration. Our school board has led the students toward their final goal through its kind help and generous consideration. O. H. FARRAR We are proud to have as our principal, Mr. Farrar, who shoulders a great deal of the students' burdens and problems of discipline.. He received the B. S. and Master degrees from Ohio University, and teaches the students Chemistry and Physics. I ' ,,,. ......,,,g ,...,e,eu,.,., nussm.. ......i..-..',4. . .... Advisor MP1, MUSSELMAN President STUUENT UUUNCIL IHWINGIPPIN Vice President IEAN PRUGH Secretary EVELYNE BOYLE MEMBERS Seventh Grade .... ................... F rances Higgins, Nelson Campbell Eighth Grade ..... ............................ B ill Taylor, loan Webb Ninth Grade .... ......,. l h L N W' Tenth Grade. . . o n oren, orma iseman . . . ....... .... ........... . . Ruthellct Cvist, Don Shipmanx Eleventh Grade ..... . ....................... Martha MacMillin, Bill Wood VIETUHY CUBPS . . . . .Irwin Gittin, Dick Iaggers, lean Prugh, Evelyne Boyle This organization Was started by the Stu- dent Council. It consists of volunteer Work to promote the War effort. The Victory Corps sponsored a tin collection. The school has turned in 3,500 lbs. ot tin cans, and collected 300 books as admission to a Victory Dance. The Victory Corps has assisted in a publicity campaign in home rooms for stamp and bond sales. April 4-Total school sales in stamps and bonds, 310,645.40 Our quota ot the county's 350,000.00 sales, .Was set at Sl l,000.00. We will exceed our quota by the end ot school, Iune 1. 2 l ..,.....4.-...s....... .i........,,,...,,,,r . ,....,.........,-.. ,.,. Jw ..,..... N A NNW , u t ,Nw .....-.....- rr-7 qw, 4 'f Q 1,4 :wi mi--T fe- v.---fv-- w-.--.-.f-e-..---.-.--,-w-,-v-.- ---7 fe- -v- -K----v v- -Y ---v-n-- . , - 4, ,,.,.,., Nwfm- -----.--.f.-N..-W-V w-.-Y--1,--1------e-7.--ffvf D. Detwiler E. Coykbndall D. Taylor B. Lanum S. Mlcllov T. Ind! S. I-idk' I. ladllldu H. Cala B. llmcldillin B. Wills H. Kult -. ---We-s -- ---- Y- -ff- - ------ ------f --- - ------ -----,--, .. ...., -.. --v,v. -. ---ui -V --v--v -.- ... -,... 5. Miss B1-:ssu: BECKLEY-Grade 1 .f fg Mount Gilead, Ohio " A'.- Bowling Green State University N cmd Ashland College 1 GSK -3 H. Van Dom A. Coykondull B. Mitchell C. Ehllhlllf T. Inland l. lullhlll MRS. KATHARINE KRALLMAN-Grade 1 Columbus, Ohio B. S. in Ed., Ohio State University - - - - --- --- ---- ---- -- -- - ---- -- -- --v ....-....-.. .-...v,--.-- n.xn1fmd c. o'1-:mm 1. cum.: Lnanman. n.55u I. Coninq D. Davis W. Coykenddll M. Mullin!! P. La Rochg I. n0blllUlI B. Hinklo V. Martin W. Shaw l. Van Mlfll T. Hardman Mount Gilead Ohlo Ohzo State Umversity MISS MARTHA VAUGHAN-Grades 2 G 3 31135 . t.' . W n.a1n.1.m mcofbin w.1.un C,s1,1,,1., n.ma.r 1. Bunn wma G- Shumbmlqh M- BUD! H- KBGTGII P- Tierney H. Davis D. Rider H. Smith P. Tenant I. Hammond E. McLain F. Miller M. Putcoll 4 k,o- to oooo ,, 'fiju Miss ANN cAsHAT'r-Grade z Columbus, Ohio f s s 1 Q B. s. in Ed. , ' Siephens College cmd Ohio State Universlty 1. sw.-my I.Wlum1:l.'n 1. Noucuor I.. norm l.Dotwllox N. lngmin Or.. Mabry D. 5111 1. Mosher D. Brown P. Dau-ow E. Dnuol B. Powell W. Ernst W. Harden I. Beit D. Klinqel I. Buih B. Geyer l I. Coxbott D. Sipn R. Lindsey C. Smith A. Inland M. Lontx I. Boyd L. Hanks I. Walloon I. Andrew I. Belt I. Hobson MRS. MABEL HOFFMIRE-Grade 3 Mouni Gilead, Ohio I Kent College cmd Ohio State Universily A- 3iP0l M- 3629! P- MCCCUIMCI B- Dunn C. Thompson R. Hawkins- B. Turner S. Long I. Iohnson R. Howard E. Klinqel M.'Vcm Dom -Y - -.. . -....-- ... - ---- - . -f-,. -- ... .... .-, .,. . ..-..- .... ----,., K. Morrison 8. Wood D. Weaver M. Sterritt R. Brush R. Loren R. Davis S. C. Chilcote I. Leosufe D. Neptune , 5 '--n1MA--11iialHu-- A K ' ' ' ,, :VH Extra work at MRS MARIORIE IONES Huntsville Ohio Graduate of Bowling Green -A" i ' 4 D V , Grade 4 Ohio State University I. Garver I'l.Gomp1 A.Meckley H. Harden 1.Smitn M.l'l.igqinl u.nosom 0.1-lord B- N990 1- GUNS! P. Purcell C. Wirick R. McPeek I. Iarnan B. Poland N. Martin G. Mullennix I.. Whitaker G. Cv-IIB! M- Ellil P. Hickman D. Meeker I. Lancaster R.Watklna P.Ga1lohor B.Wil11aml T. McCroary S.Shambaugh G. Shaw P. Shooho D. Karan P. MeClona!han W. Fricko I. Baaehcldor R. Hildebrand M. Stdgol' S. Loving: I. Mitchell D. Campbell I. Phillip! T. Can D. Rodman R. Lanum MISS MARLENE WIERMAN-Grade 5 Mansfield, Ohio Ohio Northern University B.F.A.P.A.A. B. Geyer H. Smith I- MCPQQII M. Go!! B. McManil D. McClelland L. KOOYUII D- Cllwensiir E-Smifh I. Mccmm mwnum U. Cole n.eau.1m s. Hood rnvauqmm mum. 1-1. 'rqm :Mmm n.mm R. Ireland I. Mono R. Hinklin B. Bacheldor I. Chau I. Rathbum D, Gem M, sem-ogg R. Hobbs D. Hoifmire D. Lyons K. Gear ar., H- I-0119 W. Wirick K. Mosher B. McMm1is Rl D ard B. Staufier D. Hedrick ID. Hinklin B. Heimlich R. Osborne D. Lanum D. Roach t s r MR. O. E. ZIMMERMAN. Principal-Grade 6 Bluffton, Ohio A. B. Bluffton College l W. Coning W. Bums I. Hammond C. Hammond G. Kllngol M. Henk D. Loving: L. Koon M. Hoiimiro P. Bachelder D. Bord D. Chilcoto B. Dix M. Addison A. Irons G. Howard o.n.ar1ex 1.r.m.emm- A.Ba1dwin E.Hodrick Lou. P.I.indnar. A.Coykenda1l' n.r.am.e1.Q .r:.1-reimxm. 1. 1.1.-.yd Dfrvinony MISS DOROTHY VAN VOORHIS-Grade 6 Coshocion, Ohio B. A. 6. B. Mus. Denison University M n. mem, D- CU' T- Vfillllllfm L- Sl1GV0lY W- Sid' R. Mosher A. Nowhon I. Whitaker N. Parks H. Schofield B. Wiseman I. Seslor M. Tennant I.. Pinyard I. Robinson W. Meeker L. Rodman I. Tumor I. Miller E. Strong B. McLain M. Moody F. Parrott I. Sesler M. Van Dom X ay 7 ' - W ,-W ' W W 7 We aiidzsm-sqweq T KAP V f U? F K gm J., K S .W 53: 355 'Z , V' "W.w,S.-Ssdgaewoeg an WU Ji .Q 3' fm V kg rx? 1, 'f :gl WRX 'se -,Q -aa ww, w-N215 9 , hy 'ig ' f - Q w - fm f' E f' - f" 22 5 Wf -f Q5 - if Q2 - - ff q- ,Q ffwgw- www M-M igjlrffiflpiiggk 9 - 53. - .V 1 Mm ,, fa Q AVW' ' zu Q M l 1 A 4- TW? Q :H Q ,iw 'QQ -. 'Sa -W M 'Mg W V4 W- ,dugg Q- 4 . k,,,,w.r. -gf? Tk. 3, i,,,..-,uh QW: ..,-'- Q' Q ,f 5 if Q , J .- A tw is 1 , .. A- W K . X - 2525? :Q , -in W, 4 xv '-f,."' 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Burn: V. Harden C. Won: R. Mizllu G. Dix M. C. Smllh H. Arnold Ap. Bcluiii 8. Wosibrook B. Hari Z. 0'Shdil1h!l0llY G. Neptune I.. Goorqo 8.10117 E. Gompi I.. .Axndt H. Wzhol B.1.onn C. Crawford D. Dotrow Lschoonour M.Mox-:hon G. Lust' A.Iohxuon E.Ga1hhu H.Shooho I-Proper E.ShiPmfm B. Shoewalior C. Van Dom O. McLain V. Rodman K. Bennington N. Campbell I-'. Higgins L. Bumoll M. Cunen I-'. Phillips B. Arnold I.. Shaw GRADE 8 - H . W Y-.Wevm ...---.--, -......,-.., 1 ' . -. . ......, -. -..,--- .--. .--....-.. ,. .-U.-un. -. -..,v...v u. .-.-...u-un. -n -v-.vvuv M- MUYHSIG Q. Meeker P. Dye I. Welt M. Phillips ll. Geyer D. Schuif B. Myers H. Phillips 1, west 1, wesf C. Ii-on .mf .. .. .,. . .. Mn. WILLIAM Pnonsr Kent Slate College, Elementary Teaching 1' Younqsiown. College, A. B. Kent State University, M.A. "-: Q Teaching field: Mathematics H. 1" x I. Millard I. Gallohor D. Phillip! G. Hardman B. Hicklon D. Tennant G. Goff I. Loren I. Milsy B. hmcaxter N. Wiseman C. Chubb P. Iamol G. Robinson A. Fry R Louy I..Y'1'a'ylor B. Ackerman B. Hammond M. Bachelder B. Loran R. Kingman E. Xoobol G. Nophmo I- Loren M M-HCI!!! i'. Lamson A. Irons! H. Ullom W. Park! I.. Linn D. Haxtponco B. Fla-vin I. Fritz l. Roach B Sholpm I. Iackson G. Davis B. Lanum S.'Powell I.. Snavoly N. Robertson B. Rodman M. Shnbo W. Turner ll Ho MR. MELVIN MYERS Ohio State University, Agriculture Education, B. S. Teaching fields: Agriculture and Shop R. Williams Y Q. Moody V. Iames R. Edqol R. Coning MR. WALLACE HARD Denison University, A. B. Denison University, Public School Music Teaching fields: Music, and Biological Science I0 I Y, B. Shade G. Hord M. Morse D. Rice A. Klotz D. Levingl R. Gilt I. Shade R. Geyer ,Q jr A. N 1 V V, t h k I K ' ' ' i W , , f ' . .ff , . B 'r 55' . ff M . ' - ' , ii? ' B tv- E25 "" 5 - if Jig? 51,-t. fm It I :.:- K an J I: ,F 15 , .VM - E' ,355 - V , , ...,,, K JS' . ..,,.: Q G ft N " ' B- t it ' V--- ' i 5 "" ' . , ' Q - :"' 1 . 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Loren F. George H. Swisher D. Brokaw I.. McCarty R. I-Ieacock I. Goff T. West S. Lancaster MISS IEANNE WEBB Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B. Teaching fields: Physical Education, and Biological Science MH. REX ANDERSON Wilmington College, B. S. in Education Ohio State University Teaching fields: English and Dramatics 12 1 x M if M i F r l A A l P V lt E. l 2 l J i t P, t l r I t t V l 4 5 1 v t l 4 t P F t t 5 E V L r 1 t has . Commercial Glee Club If Chorus l: Choir 3.4: Gong Staff 21 G.R. 2,3,4, Pres. 45 Class Secretary 45 Class iPlay 3: Scholarship Team 3. DICK IAGGER College Prop. Class Play 3,41 Student Coun- cil 45 Football 2,3,4y Hi4Y 3,43 Hi-Y Secretary-Treasurer 47 M Club 4: Class President 4: Mizpah Staff 4: Scholarship PHIL DUMBAUGH Agriculture Football l,2,3,4p Basketball l,2,3,4g M Club 1,2,'3,4g F.F.A. l,2,3,4. Team 3. PHYLLIS MYERS Commercial G.R. 2,3,4, Cabinet 37 Glee Club 1,27 Chorus l,2p Class Play 3: Gong Staff 2,47 Mizpah Staff 41 Scholarship Team l,2, 3: Class Treasurer l,4. MR. D. C. NXCHOLSON Ohio University, A. B. Ohio University, Graduate Work Teaching field: Social Science MISS CHARLQTTE CLINGAMAN University ol Toledo Bowling Green State University, B. S. Ohio State University working on Master's Degree 'I4 W. IEAN MCWILLIAMS Commercial and Horne Ee. G.R. 2.37 Chorus 27 F.H.A. 2. 3.4. - ALBERT WILLIAMS General Basketball 1,273.47 Capt. 47 lvl Club 27374: Mizpah Staff 4: Football Manaqer 1.2.3. DICK LEE College Prep. Football 2.3.47 Basketball 1.2. 3.47 Hi-Y 2.3.47 Student Council 37 M Club 2,3747 Mizpah Staff 47 Scholarship Team 4. MARY WATSON College Prep. G Commercial Mizpah Staff 47 GR. 47 Gonq Staff 47 F.I-l.A. 3. IAMES HOBSON General Football 1,3747 M Club 47 Slu- dent Council 17 Class Treas- urer 27 Class President 37 Mizpah Editor 47 Hi-Y 2.3747 Class Play 3.4. LOIS POTTS Commercial GR. 2,3,4: F.l-l.A. 1.2.3747 Se: '37 Glee Club 1727 Chorus l.2 Class Play Committee 3. l MAHCEII. NELSON College Prep. Band l.Z.3747 Swing Band 2 Chorus l,Z7 Glee Club 1.2. Mizpah Staff 47 GR. 2.3.47 Cabinet 4. BILL FLAVIN College Prep. Football 273.47 Class Play 37 M Club 3.47 Mizpah 47 Scholar- ship Team 47 U.S.N.R, IEAN PRUGH Commercial 6. Home Ee. Student Council 47 G. R. 2,3747 F.H.A. l72,3,47 Glee Club l.27 Chorus l727 Choir 37 Class Play 3747 Mizpah Staff 47 Rifle Club 4, IRWIN GIFFIN Agriculture Pres. Student Council 47 Foot- ball 2,'3.47 Capt, 47 Hi-Y 27374: M Club 273747 F.F.A. 172.3747 Mizpah Staff 47 Secretary437 FPA. 4. HILDA BREESE College Prep. G.R. 2.3.4. Sec. 37 Gong Editor 47 Mizpah Staff 47 Scholarship Team 1.2.3747 Swing Band 2.3747 Band 1,273.47 Class Play 3,47 Choir 47 Glee Club l7 Chorus l: Orchestra l,2.3. HAROLD I-'URBAY College Prep. Band 1,273.47 Choir 47 Glee Club 1.27 Chorus 1.2: Class President 17 Scholarship Team 1.3. DOROTHY BOGART College Prep. G.R. 2.3747 Gong Staff 47 Mizpah Staff 47 Glee Club 1727 Chorus 1727 Rifle Club 47 Vic- tory Corps 47 Scholarship Team 172.374, 15 TOM DAVIS College Prep. Band 172.3747 Hi-Y 3.4, Pres. 47 Choir 47 Orchestra 3.47 Swing Band 3,47 Class Play 47 Schol- arship Team 2.47 Mizpah Staff 47 Gong Staff 4. LANL SHIPLEY College Prep. Wapanoketa 1.27 School Paper Staff 27 Glee Club 17 Choir 2.47 G.R. 2.3.47 F.H.A. 3.47 Mizpah Staff 47 Victory Corps. ..,.a. .ca X WANDA KEYES College Prep. Swing Band 2,3,41 GR. 2,3,4, Cabinet 21 Rifle Club 41 Band 1,2,3,41 Orchestra 11 Glee Club 11 Chorus lp Choir 41 Class Play 3,41 Gong Staff 41 Miz- pah Staff 4 EDDIE BLI-TRACKER General Mizpah Staff 41 Football 2,41 Basketball 2,3,41 M Club 2,3,41 Class Play 4: l-li-Y 2,31 Trans- ferred from St. loseph 2. EVELYN BOYLE Commercial G.R. 2,3,41 Mizpah Staff 41 Glee Club 1,21 Chorus 1,21 Student Council l,3,47 F.l'l.A. 31 Class Play Committee 31 Class Play 41 Football Queen 41 Class Secretary 21 Scholar- ship Team 2. DEAN HIGGINS General Band l,2,3,4. FRANCES LEE Commercial GR. 2,3,4, Treas. 4, Cabinet 31 Gong Staff 2,41 Mizpah Staff 41 Glee Club l,21 Chorus 1,21 Choir 3,41 Scholarship Team 3 VIRGINIA WARD Celleqe Prep. Glee Club l,21 Chorus 1,21 Choir 3,41 GR. 2,3,41 Scholar- ship Team l,2,41 Mizpah Staff 4. THELMA DAVIS Commercial F.l-l.A. l,2,3,4, Sec. 2, V. Pres. 31 GR, 2,3,4, Sgt.-at-arms 31 Office 31 Student Council 2. L+ BETTY MAE EVANS Commercial F.l-I.A. l,2,3,41 Glee Club 1,21 Chorus 1,21 Band 3,4. lx ROBERT GOODMAN Agriculture F.F.A. l,2,3,4. PI-IYLLIS BECKLEY College Prep. Glee Club l,21 Chorus 1,21 Choir 3,41 Mizpah Staff 41 Scholarship Team 1,2,3,4. lANE'l' DIX Commercial F,I-l.A. l,2,3,4: G.R. 2,3,41 In tramural Basketball l,Z,3,4. BE'I"l'Y WHPIEL NED HIGGINS CLARABELLE TAYLOR SHIRLEY MAC GHEGOR College Prep. 6 Commercial Agriculture Commercial C0lle99 Preli- Basketball l,2,3,41 Glee Club F.F.A. 1,2,3,41 Choir 3,4, Iberia l,2,31 Class Treasurer Band1,2.3,41 G-32.3.47 OlflC9 l,21 Chorus 1,21 Choir 3,41 3: Glee Club 17 3- FH A A 41 Mizpah Staff 4. Fl-l.A. 4: Victory Corps 41 Office 4, 1 I6 n W I-'REZDA IRUWI Home Economics F.H.A. 1,2,4, Glee Club l,2g Chorus 1,27 Choir 4: Orchestra ' l,2,3,4: GR. 2.3. IEAN CORWIN Commercial F.H.A. l,2,3,4, V. Pres. 4, Class Play 37 Rifle Club 4, Mizpah Staff.4p Gong Staff 4 HABGARHT LINN Commercial G.R. Z,'3,4y Glee Club LZ, Chorus 1.2: Band 1,2,3,4, Or- chestra l,2,4p Office 3,45 Gong Staff 2: Mizpah Staff 4. TED LOSEY General Football l,2,3,4, Class Play 3, 4: M Club 2,'3,4. EILEEN BURKEY College Prep. Band l,2,3,4g Orchestra l,2,3,4: Swing Band 2,3,4, GR. 2.3.4, V, Pres. 3: Glee Club l,2, Chorus l,2: Choir 3,47 Class Play 3, V. Pres. Class 2, Miz- pcxh Staff 4. LOUISE IACKSON Commercial F.H.A. 1,2,3,4y Glee Club 2 Cafeteria 3,4. CHARLES GOODMAN PHYLLIS HAMMOND CLYDE LAMSON EILEEN GEORGE Agriculture Commercial 6 College Prep. C,-,u,q, pup. Cgmmgygiql F.F.A. l,2,3,4. GR. 2,3.4: F-H-A 4: Gong F.H.A. l,2,3,1, Pres. 45 Basket- Siilff 2: Glee Club l,2: Chorus . ball 1,2,3,4g Cafeteria 3.4. l,2: Chair 3. I7 K ..,., W, , izmwh. -, +w.ZA:.,g:ff'1SD 5.1, . -mx,Mk.MwH bm . ,Nj gu,A-semi Nyiffkfa 4 52315 wats! 4 ,, 5.5 ' sms, .af ww S QE ggjisu V f '51 F sf fi 4 Wm-1.-..-.W V - . .3 ,Q fkwmm wV x A, 2 4 M 1:3 , A. ,Q if ,gg .,.,,.., ,.,,. . . -- . My 1, Wi . ., Qi. .,.,. Xgguy. , , ,W . - 4, ,--: .,,,k...,..,,. ' ew, N Q . N wa' 1 ? ff :W L' - 1 . wmv , J BAN! UR I SEN ja Q Qi? cg gs n v 4 . ZR i N I Q, ' A! - 9? X an RQ N .gf --" iw ,fy K: 'XX Q s I OQQSVW-jd .2 W 5 J, . Q -as E X W mgfsf JW li? J gigs iw W SENIOR BAND Baldwin, Eugene Bogart, Lowell Boqqs, Malcolm Breese, Hilda Brokaw, Don Brown, Buford Burkey, Eileen Clemm, Don Davis, Martha Davis, Tom Dye, Marty Evans, Betty Flavin, Betty Foos, Delbert Furbay, Harold Gompf, Bob Hickson, Bob Higgins, Dean Higgins, Doris Iackson, Paul Keyes, Wanda Klotz, Addie Lou Linn, Margaret Loren, Connie Moody, Quentin Mac Gregor, Shirley MacMilIin, David MacMil1in, Martha Mc Carty, Louise Nelson, Marceil Newhon, Dorothy Parks, Wallace Phillips, Marshall Robertson, Neal Robinson, Gerard Robinson, Ieanne Shipman, Don Swisher, Helen Taylor, Bill Vail, Alan Ward, Anna Mary Whitaker, Pauline Wood, William The 43 members of the band have an oppor- tunity to do something tangible for the com- munity and especially for the war effort. Their appearances prove this. Besides play- inq for all home football and basketball games, the band played two days at the fair. ln October they made two appearances. They played at the installation of officers at the local American Legion Post and at the Morrow County Democratic Rally. On No- vember ll they participated in the Armistice Day Parade. The success of the Bond Auc- tion on December 4 was partially due to the pep of the meeting which the band added. On March 23, the band played for the ban- quet for the Salvage Committees from nine counties of Ohio. Because of the war, the band hasn't traveled this year. This organi- zation meets twice a week and each section meets oncea Week. All high-school students receive one-quarter credit per year for at least two periods every week. ORCHESTRA Boqart, Lowell Brokaw, Don Brown, I-'reeda Burkey, Eileen Clemm. Don Davis, Tom Dye, Marty Klotz, Addie Lou Linn. Margaret Robinson. Ieanne Strait, Betty Lou Swisher, Helen Whitaker. Pauline I9 SWING BAND MEMBERS Mr. Hard Eileen Burkey Lowell Bogart Don Clemm Addie Lou Klotz Hilda Breese Wanda Keyes Bill Taylor Tom Davis rf EHUIR Fifty-one blending voices make up one of the most appreciated groups of the surrounding community. On the Christmas program the choir sang three numbers from the "Messiah" and some folk carols. During the Lenten season, the choir sang at several of the local churches. Each spring the music groups sponsor a program. The proceeds of the program this year will be used for risers for the choir. More difficult classical numbers have been mastered than ever before. Lack of transportation has prevented this group from making appearances in more distant places. One-half credit is Well earned by each high school student of this group. Rehearsals are held five times a Week. CHOIR MEMBERS Beckley, Phyllis Bogart, Lowell Breese, Hilda Brown, Freeda Burkey, Eileen Clemm. Don Davis, Martha Davis, Tom Dye, Marty Flavin. Betty Foes, Delbert Furbay, Harold Geyer, Rosemary Gitfin, Gertrude Gist, Ruthella Hammond, Shirley Higgins, Doris Higgins, Ned Hobson, George Howard, Maxine Hutchinson, lane Ireland, Betty Irons. Allen Iackson. Paul Iames, Benny Keyes, Wanda Kingman. Rosemary Klingle, lean Klotz, Addie Lou Lee, Frances Lloyd, Gwen Loren, Connie Myers, Phyllis Neptune, Maurice Newhon, Dorothy Parks, Wallace Patterson, Dorothy Rathborn, Pauline Robinson, Gerard Robinson, Jeanne Shipman, Don Shipley, Lana Sterritt, Evelyn Swisher, Helen Szalapato. Louise Ullom, Harold Vail, Alan Ward, Virginia Wiseman, Norma Whitaker, Pauline Wrhel, Betty Director- Mr. Wallace Hard 2l THIU Marty Dye Helen Swisher Connie Loren Ieanne Robinson, accompanist FUUTBALL With Giffin as captain and Bletzacker calling the signals, the Mt. Gilead football team went through the 1942 season winning one game, tieing one, and dropping five. This year the Indians had a new coach, Robert Blose, who had formerly coached at Carey High School. He was assisted by the new agriculture tea- cher, Melvin Myers, from Clyde, Ohio. At the start of this season, the team had only two letter-men, Dumbaugh and Giffin, re- turning this year. This, in addition to a num- ber of minor injuries during the year, may account for the failure to improve last year's record. The team for next year will have the advantage of six letter-men returning: Goff, Turner, Hammond, Braden, Tennant, and Parks. With promising freshman material and the proper amount of support, the 1943 team should have a fairly good season. 22 FUUTBALL SCHEDULE . Gilead ...... 0 Crestline .... . Gilead.x ..... U Carey ...... . Gilead ...... U Belleville . . . . Gilead ...... 19 Danville .... . Gilead ...... O Loudonville . . Gilead ...... 6 Fredericktown . Gilead ...... Z9 Madison .... DICK LEE BlI.L FLAVIN Age 17 Senior Age 17 Senior Ht. 6'1" L. End Ht. 5'1l" R. End Wt. 175 lbs. Wt. 164 lbs. 3 Yr. Varsity 3 Yr. Varsity PHIL DUMBAUGH IIM HOBSON Age 19 Senior Age 17 Senior Ht. 6'1" Tackle Ht. 5'8" Guard 4 Yr. Varsity Wt. 140 lbs. Wt. 200 lbs. 2 Yr. Varsity DICK IAGGERS ED BLE'I'ZACKER Age 17 Senior Age 18 Senior Ht. 6' Center Ht. 5'7"' Q. Back Wt. 160 lbs. Wt. 147 lbs. 2 Yr. Varsity 2 Yr. Varsity BILL TURNER MELVIN HAMMOND Age 17 Senior Age 16 1111'1iOr Ht. 5'5" Guard 4 Ht. 5'9" Tackle Wt. 112 lbs. Wt. 160 lbs. 1 Yr. Varsity 2 Yr. Varsity IUNIOR GOFF DON TENNANT Age 17 Iunior Age 16 Freshman Ht. 5'8" Guard Ht. 5'9" Full Back Wt. 145 lbs. Wt. 137 lbs. 1 Yr. Varsity 1 Yr. Varsity WALLACE PARKS BOB BRADEN Age 17 Freshman Age 16 Sophomore Ht. 5'11" Block Back Ht. 5'5" H. Back Wt. 150 lbs. Wt. 158 lbs. 1 Yr. Varsity 2 Yr. Varsity Managers Q. Moody B. Turner 23 BASKETBALL With an abundant number ot scalps tucked away under their belts, the Mt. Gilead ln- dians tinished the l942-43 season with sixteen Wins and six losses. The credit tor this ex- cellent record is due, not only to the fine Work of the coaches and the players, but also to the enthusiastic support of the Mt. Gilead fans and the hiqh school band. Mt. Gilead ...... 46 Caledonia ........ 34 Mt. Gilead ...... l7 Galion ............ 39 Mt. Gilead ...... 48 Marion St. Mary's. .22 Mt. Gilead ...... 57 Ashley ........... 37 Mt. Gilead ...... 37 Fredericktown ..... 29 Mt. Gilead ...... 53 Alumni ........... 28 Mt. Gilead ...... 46 Iberia ............ 23 Mt. Gilead ...... 34 Edison ............ 37 Mt. Gilead ...... 38 Marion St. Mary's. .50 Mt. Gilead ...... 62 Cardinqton ........ 36 Mt. Gilead ...... 36 Edison .... ..... 4 0 Mt. Gilead ...... 48 Marenqo . . . . . . . .44 Mt. Gilead ...... 39 Crestline . . . . . . . .32 Mt. Gilead ...... 47 Cardinqton ........ 33 Mt. Gilead ...... 4l Iberia ..... ..... 2 0 Mt. Gilead ...... 29 Claridon .......... 19 Mt. Gilead ...... 27' Fredericktown ..... 42 Mt. Gilead ...... 45 . Gilead ...... 39 . Gilead ...... 59 Mt. Gilead ...... 24 Mt. Gilead ...... 7 . Gilead ...... ll . Gilead ...... 30 Mt. Gilead ...... 30 Mt. Gilead ...... 24 . Gilead ...... 16 . Gilead ...... 22 . Gilead ...... 3l .V Gilead ...... 20 . Gilead ...... 35 . Gilead ...... 20 . Gilead ...... 60 . Gilead ...... 26 . Gilead ...... l7 . Gilead ...... 31 . Gilead ...... 46 DISTRICT Mt. Gilead ...... 39 . Gilead ...... 36 . Gilead ..... 923 Galion .... Crestline . . . Marenqo . . . Caledonia .. Galion ..... Hi-Y ..... Ashley ..... Fredericktown Alumni ..... lberia ..... Edison ...... Cardinqton . . Edison ...... Marenqo . . . Hi-Y ........ Cardinqton . . Iberia ...... Fredericktown Galion ...... Marenqo .... TOURNAMENT Lancaster St. Ma1y's 38 Berlin ............. 4 1 Opponents ....... 743 Williams 24 I Dumbauqh Lee Caledonia Claridon Lancaster SL Ma:ry's Gcxlion Fredericktqwn Berlin Marion Sl. lVIa:ry's Gallon Ashley Crestline Fredericlztown Marengo Field Foul Gr. '73 on G. F. T. G. F. T. Goals Shots Total Fouls I2 15 Dumbcruqh . . 16 4 36 20 6 178 ' 10 11 Neal . . . . . 10 5 25 24 4 176 7 9 Davis .... . . 3 5 1 1 13 5 122 14 11 Les .... . . 26 5 57 14 6 115 4 7 Williams . . . . 14 0 28 9 2 105 2 5 Boggs .... . . D 0 0 6 1 87 8 3 Blelzacker . . 21 3 45 I 56 1 Golf .... . . 1 l 3 5 Parks .... Y 1 2 I Tennant .... U 2 Braden ............. 0 Goff f Y .- 9 Davis r short of beinq successful. I Tennant Braden B-VARSITY INDIVIDUAL RECORD B VA H S I TY Nm G- The B varsity of this year was made up pri- marily of freshmen and sophomores. This Tennant "" "" 3 1 qroup was coached by Robert Blose and Mel- Hammond 1 vin Myers. The record made by this team, ' ' ' ten wins and seven losses, was nothing Turner... ...4 The squad for next year will have some ex- Braden 17 cellent freshmen material to start off the sea- ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' son. We Wish to qive them all the luck pos- Parks... .....2l sible, for We realize how important this train- ing is in forming the future basketball team G of Mt. Gilead. off .... Shipman, Dean .... Shipman Boqqs .....34 .....l6 Turner my infill- 4 gagg, 15 3 M5521 'fm m dw ff :M 13' W 1 gm S54 ,X ' 1 -fl Y inns ,owgmgfgqgggx - . H 5 "ffl, W i wwf is ia, ii 5 INDUSTRIAL ARTS SME EEUNUMIES 28 The Future Farmers of America is a national organization, lt is clearly associated to the agriculture course. There are 23 members of our local group. The purpose of the club is to gain more knowledge and experience in farming. The members attended the local corn-husking contest, entered the public speaking contest, took a trip to the stock yards, and participated in the scrap drive. it F. H. ll. All the girls taking a Home Economics course belong to the Future Homemakers of America. They meet once a month. Their projects for this year have been sewing for the Red Cross, and earning money to redecorate the Home Economics Room. T.. 5553? Tm 1 ' funny, we MIZPAH STAFF Editor ............. ..... I im Hobson Assistant Editor ...... .... E velyne Boyle Business Manager ........... Harold Furbay Assistant Business Manager. . .Phyllis Myers Sports Editorf .................. Torn Davis Assistant Sports Editor ........... Bill Flavin Social Editor ................ Dorothy Bogart Production Manager .............. Dick Lee Assistant Production Manager .... lean Prugh Assistant Production Manager. . .Irwin Giffin Assistant Production Manager . Virginia Ward EUNE STAFF Assistant Production Manager Nelson Advertising Manager ........... Dick Iagger Assistant Advertising Manager . Mary Watson Music Editor ................. Eileen Burkey Assistant Music Editor .......... Frances Lee Art Editor ............ . ........ Lana Shipley Assistant Art Editor ...... Shirley MacGregor Proof Printing .............. Albert Williams Proof Printing Assistant ..,.... , . . .Bill Turner Typist ...................... Margaret Linn Typist ...................... Phyllis Beckley Typist ....... ....... I ean Corwin Typist ................ ..... W anda Keyes Class EditorQ .................. Hilda Breese Assistant Class Editor ...... Eddie Bletzacker ' " .... Hilda Breese .......Tom Davis Dorothy Bogart Bill Turner Phyllis Myers Connie Loren Lowell Bogart Louise McCarty Addie Klotz Rosemary Kingman Betty Flavin Dick Schuff . . . .Frances Lee Wanda Keyes Mary Watson Editor .... Writers ..... Typists ..... BIlEHELIJEB'S The Grand Central Station of Mount Gilead, is also the meeting place of High School students. Featuring Ice Cream Sodas Sundaes Sandwiches ,,, , Mt. Gilead Bakery Hank's Shoe Repair Eamphell's Auto Supply ne 85 S. Main St. Mt. Gile The Cerner Feed Market I , X E- U' Craven 34 Hammond Barber Shep Compliments of MARION PHUUUCTIUN CREDIT G. H. Howard, Manager Coipiirnlelnlflof S I N S U R AN E E White's L. H. FORD Optical Service The Merrew Eeunly Sentinel Mt. Gilead. Ohio Phone 40 Larqest Guaranteed Circulation For 95 Years Morrow County's Best Suneee Super Service Motor Hi-Klonic Service cmd Accessories Tire and Battery Service R d S ' oa ervice Call For Delivery in Mt. Gilead Greasinq, Washing Main Street Phone 99K Mt. Gilead. O. -' ' --Aiiuaw F...-..- - ..-Y . 'V Coffee Shop Lloyd Corwin's Gulf Station is located most con Zgirigelritggrcfncgiifest High Street. Quick and ex- The Quality Place To Bring Your Cloihes For Pressing and Repairing UT GILEAQ Blayney Auto Sales-Service Wagner 36 qeneral public. The Mount Gilead Isc1ly's Dairy 1S owned by Parks Kentner. The Dairy is a special meeting place for the Exceptional noon-day lunches are served daily for the con- venience of local tradesmen. wi wwmvk U PHO w . , 5 FLORIST'S SUPPLIES ROCKWOOiET POTTERY MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 37 NE3 Sames 6 Cook sell the best in hardware of all soris. 'They also specialize in sporting goods, as pictured here, AULT MOTOR SALES Phone l3U 144 S, Main St. General Repairing 24 hour towing service 38 1 3 TISCHER'S Shoe Repair ond Lock Shop Your Money is Safe With THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Florence Houseberg Ieweler Peoples Savings Bank Sofe Pioce io Bank Since 1904 39 ML Gilead Lumber Merrill W. Clemm Slerlmmlvllilfinery A Friend Ilay Slauller Denton Insurance Company A FRIEND Osborne's Barber S Betz Flnrlst lcrr place cnt Iunior-Seni Flowers of C111 kinds. Fo A Friend Morrow Hural Eleelrie lleeperalive Inc. A. I. Iohnson Dependable Monumental Service Mt. Gilead, Ohio Wm. Flavin, Plumbing 6 Healing Compliments of Fairmenl Creamery H. C. EEYER Cash Buyer of POULTRY, EGGS AND CREAM Phone 70 Watis Mcrrcrthon and Machine Service General Repair, Body and Fender Work "' is 5 , gui WWAQQKX ix Wnwfiwww M 9 lun' MM QQ. 3' af F -- ,K ' '5"1Z,' 15155: I1.5Ei!?f:4ZI' ,- ' V A , V K .e,,.,. WML A V K31MU?H9ll66m,.,,::w:: , Aww M 0' ff Z.: ,, x .wQMQm+wfh f, 5 2' "" 1 ,M Hiifgnahifpxi ,W - vii:-fi ...., ' 4,f3,".5 -' 'K Q a ff ix L, as 5 R ' I ,aa ! For civilians or the service I men we are at your service. For your needs with quality and dependable merchandise. . ., -lu.. V . N- Iv... ,wk 1,193 Every succeeding year, this the 28th, we enioy more our happy relationship with the Mizpcnh cmd its staii. Here is wishing the 1943 class success. Here is :mother everyday occurence that is. happening every day and evening at the Union Store. Dyes Feed Market Ttseher's Beal Estate Busy Bee Restaurant Western Auto Associate Store E. L. Wilcox, Owner Shades Garage Compliments of Asmana Drug Suns Osbornes Meat Market lVlarion'lleserve Power Co. Eallegher and Taylor Compliments of llllhislons llrug Store Compliments of lVlorrow Creamery Company W -- H --- M Crestline Music Shop Music is the Heritage of Every Child Mrs. Arvine C. Kindinger 520 North Thoman St., Crestline, Ohio Agency for Americas Foremost Band and Orchestra Instruments Shades Gull Station You are needed on some very urgent business. Both the U. S. Civil Service and business are desperately in need of your ser- vices as Secretaries, Accountants, etc. Get your special training for these splendid positions at llherlio School ol Commerce ' OBERLIN, OHIO Write or Call for Information. Member of American Association of ' Iunior Colleges 48 , , W- . .W Wm-W . ,U ' . 4 J '3 'a 3 Hi A 1 Melvin Myers. Ag. Teacher - 7 Mr. Myers has accepted an Ensiqn's Commission in the Navy and will re- port tor duty May 28. The support oi the advertisers makes this book a reality tor the students. In behalf of the student body, and the staff, I wish to express our thanks and appreciation. c t Iimmie Hobson, Editor-in-chief HMMIE I-IOBSON, Editor. , 49 M , A,-wi. Ani... ,, ,. .,..,. .,.. .. M -, .- i.c...,.,.: ,.Aq,..A .f ....,-N,M V: 3 t N Class Pictures By HUGHES STUIJIU Mariun,Uhi0 V ---,.--sf---Y V--wiv -- .. . -,..v,,, In this War period as in Peace time . . . The Gray Printing Company is "Carrying On"! War Economy has demanded many unusual types of printing, and releasing many of our men to the Armed Forces has resulted in maior 'changes in our organization .... At the same time we are trying to maintain the best in quality and skilled craftsmanship, which has been an unwritten trademark of The Gray Printing Company for fifty-five years. You will continue to receive from "Gray" this quality and service so lar as it is possible under existing circumstances. 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