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

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NI I Z P II H EDITED BY THE SEHIUH IILIISS UE MUUNT EILEHH HIGH SEHUUL 1944 Yi 54. E We, the graduating class of l944, dedicate this book to Mr. Rex Anderson, our friend and class advisor for two years. We have had both English and dramatics courses with him in charge. Mr. Anderson aided us during the junior year With the production of our class play, "Vivacious Lady," and he also assisted with plans for the Iunior-Senior Banquet. ln our senior year, he directed our senior class play, "The Double Door." He has always been a fine friend and good companion to all our class members. His lively good-humor and his sincere helpfulness have aided us greatly. Therefore, we Wish to dedicate this book, which is one of our greatest achievements, to him. Mr. Anderson attended Wilmington College, and received his B.S. degree in Education at Ohio State University. THE SENIUH CLASS UF 1944 THE SENIUH CLASS 0131944 MAL BOGGS LOUISE MCCARTY DON CLEMM Class Pres. 4: Basketball 2, 3, Class Treas. l, 4: Choir 1: Class V. Pres. 4: Choir 1, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Gong Ed. 4: Class 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Hi-Y Pres. 4: St. Council 1, 4: Play 3, 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Sec. and Treas. 3: St. Coun. Pres. 4: Scholarship Off. 3: Scholarship l, 2, 3, 4: Class Pres. I: Class Treas. 3: 3, 4: Hi-Y V. Pres. 3: Mizpah: Mizpah: Office 3, 4: G. R. Swing Band Z, 3, 4: Class Play Football 2. Cab. 4. 3, 4: Orchestra Z, 3: Mispah. REX ANDERSON IAMIS BOGGS Wilmington College, B.S. in Class Play 3, 4: Mizpah. Education, Ohio State Univer- sity, Teaching fields: English and dramatics. WILLIAM WOOD Class Sec. 4: Band 1, 2, 3, Scholarship l, 2: I-HAY 2, 3, St. Council 3: Basketball Swing Band 4: Rifle Club Class Play 3: Orchestra Mizpah. IVIIZPAH FHUIVI THE SENIUBS "The Lord Watch between me and thee, when We are absent, one from another." RUTH E. CONING F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: St. Council 2: G.R. 2, 3, 4: Library 3: Com- mercial Course. JEAN GOI-'F F.l-l.A. 3, 4: Mizpah: Commer- cial Course. BARBARA IENKINS College Prep. EUGENE BALDWIN Band l, 2, 3, 4: Choir l, 2: Vice Pres. Class l: Vice Pres. St, C. 4: Class Play 3, 4: Rifle Club: Mizpah: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: College Prep. DON BROKAW Band 2, 3, 4: Choir 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Swing Band 4: Class Play 3, 4: Orchestra 3: 'Rifle Club: Mizpah. MARTY ANN DYE G. R. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Scholarship 3: Class Play 3, 4: Mizpah: Trio 1, 2, 3, 4: College Prep. SHIRLEY HAMMOND Choir 2, 3: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Mizpah: Rifle Club: Vice Pres. 3, 4. LOWELL E. BOGART Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholarship 1, 2, 4: Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Orch- estra 3: Swing Band 3, 4: Vice Pres. Class 3: Class Play 3, 4: l-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Drum Major 2, 3, 4: Mizpah, Ass't. Ed. LES BRUSH Gong Staff 4: Mizpah: Basket- ball 4: Class Play 3. BETTY LEE GHENT F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Home Ec. 2, 3, 4: Mizpah: Athletics l, 2: Com- mercial Course. BETTY IANE IRELAND Glee Club 1: Chorus 1: Choir 2, 3, 4: Gong Staff 2, 3, 4: Mizpah: Commercial. SHIRLEY LANCASTER DON DOTY FRANKLIN GEORGE GWEN E. LLOYD F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: F.l-LA. Hist. 3: F.F,A. l, 2, 3, 4. Choir l: Gong Staff l: Football Rifle Club 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: F.l-l.A. Treas. 4: G.R. 3, 4: V 4: Rifle Club 3, 4: Class G.R. 2, 3, 4: Gong Staff 4: Mizpah: Commercial. Play 3: Hi-Y 4, Class Play: Scholarship Z. 5 CONNIE LOREN ROBERT GOMPF WINNIE LYONS MEL HAMMOND MARTHA MACMILLIN GR. 2, 3, 47 Gong Staff l, 27' Band l, 2, 3, 47 F.F.A, l, 2, 47 F.H.A. l, 3, 47 Home EC. l, 3, 4. ludqinq Team l7 Football 2, Glee Club l7 CLR, 2, 3, 47 3, 47 Choir l, 2, 37 Girls' Ir. Class Play7 Choir l7 Movie 3, 4: Basketball l, 3, 47 F.F.A. Pl-l.A. 47 band 2, 3, 47 Mizpah7 Trio7 Sec. Class 17 Pres. Class Pro. 2, 3, 4. l, 2, 3, 47 F.F.A. Re. 37 F.F.A. St. Council 3, 4, 37 Band l, 2, 3, 47 Class Play Pres. 4. 3, 47 Mizpah Editor7 Scholare ship I, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA RHODES ROGER HEACOCK Glee Club l, 2, 37 Orchestra F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 47 FPA. Sec. 27 17 Mixed Chorus 2, 37 Library PFA, Tre-as. 37 Class Play 37 37 Commercial. Choir lj Iudqinq Team 27 Miz- BETTY STRAIT Scholarship 1, 27 Choir 47 Choir 47 Orchestra l, 2: CLR. 2, 3, 47 F.l-LA. 47 Class Play 3. 6 pah. IEANNE ROBINSON St. Council l7 Class Pres. 27 Choir 2, 3, 47 Gong Staff 47 Scholarship 3, 47 Swing Bancl7 Band l, 2, 3, 47 GR, 2, 3, 47 Class Play 4. DEAN SHIPMAN PPA. l, 2, 3, 47 PPA. Pres. 2, 37 St. Council 27 Class Play 37 Basketball 2, 3, 47 Mizpah, 'fi HELEN SWISHER GR. 2, 3, 47 GR, Pres. 47 Choir l, 2, 3, 47 Bancl l, 2, 3, 47 Sec. and Treas. Band 47 Class Play 3: Scholarship l, 2, 3, 47 Gonq,Stalf 47 Student Council 47 Mizpah. WILLIAM NEAL EVELYN STERRITT Basketball l, 2, 3, 47 Football Gang Staff 47 GR. 2, 3, 47 47 Choir l, 27 M Club 3, 47 F.l-LA. 2,37 Mizpahg Choir 3, Mizpah7 Rifle Club 3, 47 Class 47 Class Play 37 Sec. Class 37 Play 3, 4. Commercial Course. OREN D. WATKINS Class Play 3. TI-IELMA WEST F.H.A. 2, 3, 47 PHA. Pres. 47 CLR. 47 Mizpah7 Athletics 2, 3, 47 Commercial Course. Lt. A l 1 IANE ANN WESTBROOK BILL TURNER G.R. 2, 3, 4g Commercial Bill Tumer completed his Course. graduate work at the close of the first semester. He then en- tered the Army where he now serves his country. ln tfie school he was manager of the Football team and member of the Hi-Y. He was a member of the Mizpah Staff. SENIUR CLASS HISTUHY ln 1932 a memorable event TOOK place at Mount Gilead Schools. The Class of "44" began its battle for education under the instruction of Miss Beckley. After a year of hardships, we advanced to the second grade. From then on for the next four years, we spent our time drilling on the fundamentals of elementary subjects. During this time we took part in several operettas. A great day in our lives was the one on which we entered the seventh grade. Then, in the freshman year, we chose our voca- tions and followed them through the next three years. Our junior year was devoted largely to preparation for the Iunior-Senior Prom and our class play, "Vivacious Lady." Our remaining year in school has been our happiest. We have produced another class play, "The Double Door" and published this book. We shall never forget the glorious times we have had in the school and we hope the school will not forget us. Now we wish to pay tribute to those members of our class who through death were not able to complete the school years with us. They are: grade. the fourth grade. . Alice lrons, whom we lost in our eighth year in school Alice and Marion and Bobby will never be forgotten by the members of our class whose friends they were. Marion Turner, who left us the summer following the third Robert Wolcott, who was taken from us the year we attended IVIIZPAH STAFF The Mizpah Staff is composed of Shirley Lancaster, Louise McCarty, Betty lreland, Martha MacMillin, leanne Robinson, Betty Strait, Marty Dye, Helen Swisher, Evelyn Sterritt, Gwen Lloyd, Shirley Ham- mond, Betty Ghent, Thelma West, lim Boggs, Mal Boggs, Bill Neal, Don Clernm, Eugene Baldwin, Bill Wood, Lowell Bogart, Don Brokaw, Les Brush, Prank George, Dean Shipman, lean Goff. Dear Friends: The school days of the Class of "4-4" have come to a close. As a representative of our class, it is my privilege to tell you of the deep regret with which we part from our friends, both student and faculty, of Mount Gilead High School. The days we spent in school were the happiest we shall ever know. We know we shall miss all our good times at school and we hope we will not be forgotten. Our future will loe made of battles both real and abstract. The knowledge we have gained here will help us to fight. With all these in mind we bid farewell to all of you. Connie Loren, Editor. HIGH SEHUUL STUDENT BUIJY The Mt. Gilead High School Student Body is approximately 325 students in number. The following section of this book is to better acquaint you with the members ot the Student Body. Above is a picture ot a large part of the Student Body as might be seen in the Study Hall on the second tloor of the building. Mr. Faraar is in charge. Millin. ll n. L. MUSSLEMAN' Dwight Mussleman, superintend- ent of schools, is a competent and helpful member of the faculty. He has received his AB. degree from Bluffton College, and MA. from Ohio State University. He teaches social science in the high school and is advisor to the Student Council. U. H. FARRAR Principal of the High School, Mr. Q. H. Faraar, is in charge of the disciplinary department of the school. He teaches chemistry and physics classes and he received the BS. and Master degrees from Ohio University. scinul, BUABD l Board consists of six C. Dye, who served t for four years, Mr n, Mr. Roy Linn, Mr , and Mr. H. F. Mac G. R. BLOSE Ohio Northem University, B.S. in Education, Major in Phys. Education, Teaching Fieldsg Biology, General Science, Math. and Coach- ing. D. C. NICHOLSON Ohio University, A.B. Ohio University graduate work. Teaching field: Social Science. CHARLOTTE CLINGAMAN University of Toledo, Bowl- ing Green State Univer- sity, B.S. Ohio State Uni- fersity, W o r kin g on Masters degree. Teaching fields: Commercial. FACULTY l wc, MRS. R. CLOUSE H. K. TAYLOR MISS DORIS SIMPSON Findlay College, A.B. Ohio Toledo University, Ohio Denison, Ph. D., Ohio State State, Graduate work: State, B.S. in Education, University graduate work. Teaching fields: Phy. Edu- Teaching fields: Ind. Arts, Teaching fields: Language cation, Social Science. Chemistry. and Music. MRS. ELOISE HARD MR. R. IUNIPER MISS ERNTSTINE KELLY MR. P. ELEY Denison A.B., Denison Pub- Ohio State University, A.B. Ohio. University, B.S. Ohio Northem, B.S. in Edu- lic School Music. Teaching working . on Master's de- Teaching field: Home Econ- cation, working on Master's fields: English and Music gree. Teaching field: Math- omics. degree at Ohio State. ematics. Teaching field: Music. 52 5 - 'ff , QQ geese , K 9 ggi' sw. -pe:::.:::E9f' 1 W3 235 S ':1 1 - :Q zmii g . if SLEEZWZ L ,www .... - 'g-f:.zg 1. il. iiiflngwlri . 2- ,Ag wnmsw- A ,., Mm - V 2 -ff' .,,.... A ogy Bacchus Braden Barry E .,., N 1 U Q : T ' FE NLE! iff '35 we f ,. ---- I W 1 M rin 2 w 02 2,5 4? :cgi N. X 1 4, 1 , 6 x . Afi r Brown Byrd " WW? .... ..,. A. .... , ' ' .-.if:zzg.:e:::-,arf " 'L Vx . gigs 5' Q gi . . 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I , . , , m Jesgb,-ook Crawiord Mornson Potts Loren 1 ips ax man em S aw S ee e anum O odm -,QW A-A ,ggi sa' - : .f:Ej:':2,.'-- 'A fi- Q: . -4 , 7 . ,. A 'A , , ......, AA i . ,V A ""' 'A - :ArA?'-:Wim A--:.::,:E1:' IA n .... Qi' -. U AAA- - ."'A.Z2.2'.21-If. :i-, 'E:.,..:-' . 'A A' . A- ,.,, . - .. ,V f A A AA ' , , .-.- . A 3 5 wg W' . 99111 p y pman Sh gh y Bo h Glathart H d Clo se iper enm on. c o over 1 1 e i mi u ness n am ar u un , SEVENTH AND EIGHTI-l GRADES A IN THE UFFICE JH. CHOIR Here at left We have the choir composed of members of the grades. The choir is directed by Miss Simpson. The choir has made several appearances since its organizing. lt has performed for several of the grade assemblies and has been presented to the students of the high school in an assembly produced by the grades. The choir will help to prepare these students for their forthcoming job in the high school choir. Below We find Mrs. Musselman. Who, for the first tim-e, this year has held the position of "office girl" in our school. She Works in the superintendents office. Other girls Work in Mr. Farrar's office. These girls are chosen mostly from those who have had some sort of commercial course. The girls receive credit for their Work. SEHUUL AT WUBK The Student Council has been very active this year. lt had charge of noon dances, pep-meetings, and as the Student Court, discipline of the Student body. Their members are: Mal Boggs, Pres., Eugene Boldwin, Vice Pres., Martha MacMillin, Sec., Helen Swisher, Doris Higgins, Betty Flavin, Iean Trainer, Don Tennant, Marcelene Addison, Nelson Campbell, Eugene Galleher, Bob Braden, David McCarty, Dick Shcutf, Mr. Musselrnan, advisor. Kg wwf T W 4 wsu.. . Sv Xa wi .5 .,.. .. K J, Uw- 'W 'sf l 4 Q 0 'ir 'Sv 4. AH' .-4: N1 mum. 7- an ififvm HST? .4 gm S .JQZMQQ N... wp. if , Raya ew wp, mm - if ,H ,1 Q, hm, f 2 V X , i,.i if, ki ' M 4 A Chemistry ln the picture at right, Mr. O. H. Farrar, in- structor, is pointing out some delicate phase of chemistry to the junior students who take the course. The work con- sists oi laboratory peri- ods as shown in this picture and lectures by Mr. Farrar. Physics This physics class is composed of seniors who are shoyvn here in a laboratory period. Mr. Faraar instructs this class also and it meets every day with an extra period on Mondays and Tuesdays. Mech. Drawing Here is a scene from the Work-shop super- vised by Mr. Taylor. The boys in the picture are hard at Work on the technical subject of me- chanical drawinq. The old Farm Shop is the building in which the class meets. SEHUUL ACTIVITIES GIRL RESERVES ANU UFFIUEHS The Girl Reserves welcomed their new members at the Presbyterian Church. Their Various meetinqs consisted of speeches by: Mr. Ashbauqh, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. W. B. Robinson, Miss Prettsg a panel discussion within the group and with the Hi-Y, and an April Pool's party, a party for the mothers. Ad- visors are Miss Doris Simpson and Miss Charlotte Clinaaman. Qtticers shown, left, are Helen Swisher, Pres. , Gertrude Gittin, V. Pres. 5 lane Hutchinson, Sec., leanne Robinson, Sera. at Arms. za HI-Y UHEANIZATIUN The Hi-Y is a Christian Organization which has been very active in the high school during this year. Twelve new members were taken into the associa- tion in a very impressive initiation in a chapel program. Early in the year, they sponsored the selection ot a football queen for a dance closing the football season. Their speakers tor the year have included: Doctor Sweeney, "Posy" Goff, Vaughn Tennant, Dick Lee, Dr. W. B. Robinson, among others. They have sold Christmas cards and given a party tor the Girl Reserves. One ot their main events was a panel discussion with the Girl Reserves under the supervision of their advisor, Mr. Nicholson and their president, Mal Boggs. The Future Farmers of America organization has been comparatively inac- tive because of the lack ot an advisor. The club was formed however, under the leadership oi Mel Hammond, President. Members are: D. Ship- man, D. Foos, W. Wil- liams, R. Gompt, D. Doty, R. Heacock, T. Fiscarelli, L. Taylor, D. Shipman, C. Rhodes, Ir. Fritz, Hart- pence, A. lrons, I. Burns, A. lrons, M. Hammond. The Future Homemak- ers oi America, with their own money and the help oi the school bought fur- niture and redecorated the Home Economics room. They initiated about 25 new members on October 25, l943, and also a group of Cardington girls. One ot their pro- grams was a tea given to their mothers. They sponsored the Christmas dance. President, Thelma West and advisor, Miss Kelly. 25 -rf. The Gong Stott is Com- posed ot: Betty lrelond, leonne Robinson, Helen Swisher, Evelyn Sterritt, Gwen Lloyd, Leslie Brush, Louise McCarty, Moturice Neptune, lone Hutchin- son, dnd Addie Lou Klotz. The Droniotios Closs presented two otssembly proqroms this yeor ond o quest night proqrom tor Progress Club. They ot- tended ct ploy ot the Hort- mdn Theoter in Columbus. 26 GUNS STAFF URAMATIEY CLASS JUNIUR CLASS PLAY i S SENIUR CLASS PLAY The luniors presented on November l5, 1943, the class play, "The Camp- bells Are Coming." The play was a great success. The plot was lively and there was not a dull mo- ment in the entire produc- tion ot the play. Mr. Rex Anderson directed the play, and the cast in- cluded: Gertrude Gitfin, Addie Lou Klotz, Morris Neptune, Tune Glathart, Marty Davis, Bob Braden, George Hobson, lim Tay- lor, Buford Brown, and Rosemary Geyer. The Seniors this year presented a drama en- titled, "Double Door." The date for the play was May 8, l944. The play is concerned with the over- throw of the dominating head ot the house ot the Van Bret family. This play had as a cast the follow- ing: Connie Loren, Martha MacMillin, Don Brokaw, Louise McCarty, Ieanne Robinson, Marty Dye, Eugene Baldwin, Don Clemm, Lowell Bogart, Mal Boggs, and Bill Neal. 27 MUSIC DEPARTMENT MAHUHING BAND s 5MM'-'M www-V.uWmwww.MW.sm..w,. ,q...,.. .M.....w..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,W V ,,.- . .N H The band has had a Very busy year. lt played for both basketball and football games and presented a band assembly program.. ln the spring, it presented a Very enjoyable concert. lt has, for the first time, elected officers. Their pictures are at lower left. Band members: M. MacMillin, D. Campbell, W. Taylor, D. McCarty, I. Robinson, R. Lancaster, B. Brown, P. Iackson, D. Shipman, E. Baldwin, L. Bogart, W. Wood, D. Clemm, T. Barry, l. lackson, M. Davis, C. Loren, R. Hickson, A. Klotz, R. Gompf, N. Campbell, D. Brokaw, P. Whitaker, B. Myers, W. Parks, D. Newhon, D. Poos, M. Phillips. R. Schuff, D. MacMillin, P. Schoon- over, R. Hart, I. Robinson, H. Swisher, M. Dye, L. McCarty, L. Linn, N. Robertson, B. Plavin, A. Ward, D. Higgins, M. Addison, P. Higgins, Q. Moody. The band is directed by Mr. Paul Eley. 29 ll CAPPELLA EHUIR The a Capella Choir is composed ot students trom the fresh- man, sophomore, junior, and senior classes. Mr. Paul Eley is the director. The choir has daily rehearsals and its members really earn the halt unit ot credit given tor the course. The choir has done some outstanding work this past school year. lt has made appearances at several churches in addition to programs sponsored by the Gttice of Price Administration and the Navy V-l2 project. The choir has taken part in several high school assemblies which visitors and the student body have enjoyed this year. The people ot Mount Gilead enjoyed hearing and seeing the choir at the annual Spring Music Pestival. The mem- bers ot the Choir are: l. Trainer, D. Peoples, M. Dye, D. Newhon, D. Patterson, M. Davis, B. Geyer, P. Bathborne, P. james, B. Strait, B. lreland, B. Plavin, G. Gittin, M. Bachelder, N. Wiseman, l. Galleher, E. Sterritt, A. Ward, l. jackson, P. Whitaker, l. Hutch- inson, D. Higgins, l-l. Swisher, G. Lloyd, j. Klingle, l. Ullom, M. Howard, B. Kingman, M. Mellott, B. Brown, W. Taylor, P. Dye, L. Bogart, B. james, D. Poos, l-l. Ullom, C. Mossberg, A. Klotz, I. Smith, D. Clemm, B. Hickson, D. MacMillin, I. Robinson, j. Bob- inson. SWING BAND The Swing Band, which was organized about three years ago, has really been on the beam lately, They have played tor several dances here, and also at Galion, Cardington, and Fredricktown. Their business manager is Don Brokaw, their theme song, "Flash" The members ot the Swing Band are: Helen Swisher, pianist: Don Brokaw, bass violing Bill Taylor, drumsp Don Clemm, trumpet, Lowell Bogart, trumpetg Bill Wood, trumpet, Delbert Foos, saxg leanne Robinson, sax, Dick Shuit, sax, Mr. Eley, saxg Addie Lou Klotz, trombone, Connie Loren, vocalist. TRIU The girls' trio is com- posed ot Marty Dye, Helen Swisher, and Connie Loren, with leanne Robinson as the accompanist. They started singing together 5 years ago and have made quite a name for themselves throughout the surrounding area of the country. TWIHLERS The twirlers in white were the entertainment for the half of each basketball game. The girls are not all from the high school. Mr. Eley tirst introduced the idea. 31 an my 4 , , X uuvav-wv,,Q ,,,,,, ww- X-ig F. X 'Wd 2 5? Ss W xv Q? 5 1 5 . . V. K - mi GE In Illini x E K ..,,. .. f 2 y Q . A , ,A " f4h',f'T QWA 4 fum fx-A :Q iff ? 'iii 15. , I M J is ,, . M if .... Y X In ' 'xp P G ws 'Y Q f 9 1 6 " Y A .,,. 1 if ' X ' "rsh - .w.. TQ A A Z - 151 ,- ' - -QQ: , f if if sf ' Sf ' 2' Q A ff' , li L' '- 5 'WW 3 Ag' . M ' ""1 ' 1 , ' W 1 fu N 4 W ' " ,, - . . :gi 311223 ' -'.j,, , Kywmw-,gzbt 2:22 A g b - 1 . 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Without these cheer- leaders to lead them on, many of our games would not have held all the spirit of which Mount Gilead is capable. So with one more Rah! let us turn to the next page and learn how Mount Gilead fared during the sports' seasons during this school year. Age 17 Height 5' 6" Weight 155 3 yr. varsity ' Iuriior 5 Bob Braden-Capt. W Fullback 5 i Age 18 5 'Ve. e,,A..., 1 Weight 155 ,s,1a'iI7zM-W5i?g.- ""' W ww Z Yr. Varsity Sophomore "Wally" Parks-End Age 18 Weight 162 2 yr. varsity Senior "Mel" Hammond 1 Right Tackle Age 17 Height 5' 10" Weight A137 2 yr. varsity Sophomore E Don Tennant-R. Haliback Age 16 Height 6' 1" Weight 188 1 yr. vczrsity Iunior Earl George-Tackle Height 5' 10 W" '--i 1 ,"' 15 1: .,.,f ' ht 6' 1,.' ' Gig gWeight 140 . yr. varsity Iunior Iim Taylor-End .A ..... Q Age 18 Height 5' 7" -zvtt 4 elght 145 1 yr. Varsity Iunior Carl Davis-Left Haliback Age 18 Height 5' 9" Weight 141 1 yr. varsity Senior Bill Neal-End Age 15 Weight 152 1 yr. Varsity A Sophomore Dean Phillips-Center Age 18 Height 6' Weight 170 1 yr. vcxrsity Senior Frank George-Tackle Height 5' QM" eight 125 yr. varsity Iunior Bob Turner-Guard Weight 145 1 yr. varsity Sophomore Iack Smith Age 15 Height 5' 10' Weight 125 1 yr. varsity Sophomore Iohn Loren--End Age 16 Height 5' 10" Weight 126 1 yr. varsity Sophomore George Hobson-Guard Age 15 Weight 130 1 yr. varsity Sophomore Dale Hartpence RESERVE SUURIJ AND MRNREERS Iesse WGS! M. Phillips W. Taylor B. Turner, Mgr. M. Neptune .l- Millard T. Fiscarelli B. Westbrook f B. Kelly, Mgr. Coach Blose Height 5' 10" FUUTBALL SCHEDULE Crestline ..... ..... 2 6 Mount Gilead ..... . . . U Carey ..... ..... 4 6 Mount Gilead ..... . .. O Sunbury .... 6 Mount Gilead ..... 6 Bichwood .... ..... 2 5 Mount Gilead ..... 6 Centerburg . . . . . . 12 Mount Gilead. . . . . . . . 6 Loudenville . .. ......... 34 Mount Gilead .......... . . l3 Fredricktown ........ cancelled Mount Gilead .... cancelled TOTAL POINTS .... ...... l 49 TOTAL PCINTS ......... 3l Under Captain Bob Braden this year's football team showed a fighting spirit against bigger and tougher teams. Mount Gilead lost five games, tied one, and forfeited one. Although most of our games were played out of town, we always had a good cheering section. We were aided at our home games by the Marching Band who performed during the half. Lowell E. Bogart, drum major, led the band through intricate formations which made a fine showing. The cheerleaders also assisted at all the games with true fighting spirit. ln the picture below we see both the Marching Band and the cheerleaders as the crowd sings the School Song, accompanied by the Band. During the season, a great many pep meetings were held at the square, where the band marched and played and Coach Blose gave some stirring speeches. Here we pay tribute to Mr. Blose, our coach for two years. We may lose.Mr. Blose to the Armed Forces during the summer, and if we do we know we shall miss this helpful friend very much. 4 Malcolm Boggs Age 18 Height 6' 2" Weight 146 Senior Bob Braden Age 17 Height 5' 5" Weight 154 Iunior Les Brush Age 17 Height 6' 0" Weight 153 Senior William Taylor Age 14 Height 5' 10" Weight 160 Freshman Managers: Bob Kelly, Mt. Gilead ftherel . 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead there? . 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead Ctherel. 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead Cherel . 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead Cherel . 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead there? . 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead Ctherel . 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead Cherel . 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead Ctherel. 'B' Varsity ..... Mt. Gilead Cherel . 'B' Varsity ..... BASKETBALL SUUAB William Neal Age 18 Height 5' 10" Weight 140 Senior Dean Shipman Age 17 Height 5' 9" Weight 127 Senior lim Millard Age 15 Height 5' 9" Weight 136 Sophomore Dale Harlpence Age 15 Height 5' 6" Weight 130 Sophomore Don Tennant Age l7 Height 5' 10" Weight 143 Sophomore Don Shipman Age 16 Height 5' 2" Weight 124 Iunior Melvin Hammond Age 17 Height 5' 11" Weight 162 Senior Richard Campbell Age 14 Height 5' 6" Weight 124 Freshman BASKETBALL SUHEBULE Alvin Irons, Charles Crawford Iberia ........... Edison Sunbury St. Marys ........ Hichwood ........ Claridon . . . . . . Iohnsville ....... Galion .......... Fredericktown . . . Cardington ...... Mt. Gilead Ctherel ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead Cherel ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead Ctherel ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead Ctherel ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead there? ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead Ctherei ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead Ctherel ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead Cherel ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Mt. Gilead Ctherel ...... 'B' Varsity .......... Carl Davis Age 17 Height 5' 7" Weight 145 Iunior Iohn Loren Age l5 Height 5' 10" Weight 120 Sophomore Quentin Moody Age 16 Height 5' 6" Weight 120 Sophomore Richard Schuif Age 14 Height 5' 7" Weight 1 15 Freshman Edison . . . . Crestline .... Chesterville . . St. Marys .... Chesterville . . Cardington . . Crestline .... Fredericktown Galion . . . . Toumament Game Columbus St. Marys ..... 41 Mt. Gilead. BASKETBALL SUUAD The Mount Gilead Indians had a success- ful 1943-44 basketball season. They won 13 games and lost 7, losing the tournament game to a tough Columbus St. Marys team by a score of 41 to 38. Highlights ot the season were: defeat- Galion on our floor a good score, beat- Crestline twice, beat- Chesterville by a score of 53 to 28 after they gave us a similar drubbing at Chesterville. We of the high school owe Mount Gilead's success to the hard- working team and coach, and to the fight- ing spirit of the backers of our team. Any of you who came to games played on an oppos nent's tloor should know what a distinctive part your presence played in our successful season. Another great help was the band and the drum- majorettes. 1944 Announoem ent of THE MARION BUSINESS COLLEGE Marion, Ohio Mid-Winter Term Opens Ianuary 3 Summer Term Opens Iune 3 EaII Term Opens September 5 Night Sessions on Mondays and Thursday of each week ' from 7 to 9 p. m. For Further Information Write or Phone 2767 I. T. Barqar, President MAY JEWELRY 55552: 21222 WE WISH TO THANK THE ADVERTISERS FOR THEIR HELP. WITHOUT THEIR COOPERATION AND CONSIDERATION IT WOULD HAVE BEEN IMPOSSIBLE TO PUBLISH THIS BOOK CAMPBELL'S AUTO SUPPLY H- C- GEYER South Main Street Mt. Gilead, Ohio Cash Buyer of . POULTRY, EGGS, G CREAM BUSY BEE RESTAURANT HOME COOKED FOODS phone 85 Phone 70 COfflPllm91'll5 Of TISCHERIS UNION REGISTER WHISTON'S SI-ICE REPAIR Morrow County's DRUG STORE LGCEISHQP First Newspaper WHITE HOUSE Women's Apparel and Accessories HAROLD HETRICK'S A BARBER SHOP 8V2 West High Street Mt. Gilead, Ohio Compliments of AULT'S INSURANCE BURNER FUUD MARKET "We handle a fresh line oi groceries and meat to serve our Community." Phone 21 L. E. Weaver, Mgr. Mt. Gilead, Ohio 39 V .uu4....,........i........ ,Adi m...E...........1L., ENGLAND'S Dry Cleaning and Pressing DYE'S FOOD MARKET Birds Eye Foods Phone 29 Compliments oi DAY STAUFFER Compliments ot STERRITT'S MILLINERY WATT'S NASH SERVICE General Repair Body Fender Repainting Ask For GANDEE BREAD At All Leading Groceries BETZ FLORIST Flowers For All Occasions Compliments of WOOD'S HARDWARE Compliments of CONKLE' S BARBER SHOP 40 DENTON INSURANCE AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance 22 South Main Street l i 1 l A ,. , ,, . .. --,,..,,....,..,.,., BACHELDER7S e Grand Central Station of . Gilead lace f H is also the meeting l'1Sh ltd nts. t ICE CREAM - SODAS SUN DAES SAN DWICHES QWLIQ AWL8lfLf.'5 0 UNIUN PUWEH COMPANY PHmemsuM Mum Emmnc Smvwein Munow Mmnw t 41 M' ffaf M-M---Aeshnuu- - A - f-iilm-ALMwvf K . wmv: 'Q I . . M 'S M 1 H 32 BAIRD AND RINEHART INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE THE PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK COMPANY Our Slogan: "Safe Since l904" Compliments of OSBORNE'S BARBER SHOP FORD'S OPTICAL SERVICE leweler and Optometrist 29 South Main Street Compliments of Your MCBILGAS Dealer I. E. ROYSON Morrow Rural Electric Cooperative. Inc. Mt. Gilead, Ohio PCVVERH to the Farmer Compliments ot BLAYNEY'S GARAGE 42 Compliments of CLEMM'S LUMBER STORES Mt. Gilead Ereclricktown 23-Phones-2 l 7l A FRIEND G. D. CRAVEN MORSE AND ELLIS MILLS Morrow County's Only Flour Mill Compliments of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK Compliments ot VANATTA INSURANCE FRYE'S SERVICE STATION Grease lobs-75C Compliments of GALLEHER AND TAYLOR Compliments of HANK'S SHOE REPAIR HERFF-IONES COMPANY Manufacturing lewelers and Stationers Indianapolis, Indiana Compliments of ASMAN'S DRUG STORE SAIVIES ANU EUUK 4 3 - ...pi AU-430 U Q xi UW OE' ,. E SITTINCE 395 X Y' 'f0'INgr2 .P lv Yes, they call him "Lucky Ice" because every year he gets his crops in at the right time without any worries about time-wasting breakdowns. But the-re's a secret about this fellow Ioe. He's not lucky! He's just sensible. He al- ways checks his machines long before he needs them to be sure of getting parts. Another thing, he won't buy anything for his McCormick- Deering Farm Equipment but GENUINE IHC PARTS. MCCORMICK-DEERING TRAOTORS FARM IMPLEMENTS DAIRY QS REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT FARM TOOLS ci SUPPLIES I-IANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINTS Visit our POTTERY ci GIFT SHOP TURNER SUPPLY CUMPANY 144 S. Main St. AULT MOTOR SALES Phone 130 General Repairing 24 Hour Towing Service THE MORROW COUNTY WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE SENTINEL Compliments of STORE Largest Guaranteed MARION RESERVE POWER E. L. Wilcox, Owner Circulation , THE Compliments of Compliments of IIM DUGAN MARION PRODUC'I'ION MORROW CREAMERY CLOTHING STORE CREDIT MARION, OHIO WAGNER BROTHERS Grain Feeds Seeds Coal Building Supplies Compliments of FLORENCE HOUSEBERG'S WATCH SHOP Compliments of TISCHER'S REAL ESTATE Lloyd Corwin's Gulf Station Gulflex' Lubrication I Gulfpride Oil . Washing Waxing Goodrich Tires 45 IN WAR UH IN PEACE It requires less time, costs less, but prepares you The for the better positions. New terms begin Iune, Sept., and Ian. Uherlio School ol Commerce OBEBLIN, OHIO Write or call for information , Inc. CRYSTAL ICE PLANT Frozen Lockers C. C. Millard, Owner SHOEWALTER'S SINCLAIR STATION Vulcanizinq Mt. Gilead, Ohio Compliments of OSBORNE'S MEAT MARKET Compliments of HAFFNER'S Sc to 351 Store Drink IN BIITTLES DELICIQIUS and Compliments oi SHADE'S GARAGE REFBESII IN G CARROLL'S IEWELRY H. S, KIRKPATRICK THE COFFEE SHOP STORE Representing Good P' ood S Gifts For All Occasions Midlflfld MHTUCI1 - Fountain Service Marion Qhio Life Insurance Company .xg jrienc! Exceptional n o o n-d a y Lunches are served daily for the convenience of lo- cal tradesmen. The Mount Gilead Isaly's Dairy is owned by Parks Kentner. The Dairy is a special meeting place for the General Public. VF?" W w"'N""""DsDm-WM ... Tho School in Photographer I l Here is another everyday occurrence that is happening every day and evening at the Union Store. HUGHES Mhh1oN,oH1o Every succeeding year, this the 29th, We enjoy more our happy relationship Awith the Mizpah and its staff. Here is Wishinq the 1944 class success. F or by your success We all succeed. I is These T944 GRADUATES' dads are a par? of Morrow Courrfy's largest industry 'ig 2 ,. l rg, ,,,,, T x, ef l W. Q 'ff' . fl . Eugene Baldwin Leslie B h Jeanne Robinso ' ' Belly Lou Slrail li I. ii: i f Donald Brokaw Marlha MacMilIin William Tur I n fimrf. uhh 4 'N -fy Working ai H'P-M is a Family Tracliiion. This scene of lool maker, Morris Payne, and planl engineer, Al Payne, "laik- ing over" a fool making problem, porlrays one of lhe many falher and son combina- fions who have helped build and develop H-P-M info l'he largesl induslry of Morrow Coun+y. The skill and knowledge of lhree generafions, many of whom were graduales of Mounl' Gilead schools, are a parl' of l'his developmenl which has made The Hydraulic Press Mfg. Company a leader in lhe produclion of hydraulic presses. To you, The graduales of I944, is exlended +he opporlunify 'ro become a parl of lhe H-P-M family and il's fradilions. THE HYDRAULIC PRESS MFG. CO. Mount Gilead, Ohio ' Alflflglflffff O! NURTH ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CUIVIPANY "CO1VI1VIENCE1VIENT" at the FRONT! chests and pumps lsuch as supplied by Universal Cooler and pictured - abovel cool anti-aircraft guns and keep them firing three times longer during a given firing period than an uncooled gun . . . Press Association Inc., Photo. When U. S. fighting men swarm ashore for "commencement exercised" on enemy-held territory, they are followed almost immedi- ately by important food preserving equipment. Good food helps to win battles, and our armed forces have the best food in the world . . . thanks to modern refrigeration. Thousands of the refrigerating units in use today on world fronts are manufactured by Universal Cooler. The background for this wide acceptance is almost a quarter-century devoted to research, design, engineering and streamlined manufac- turing techniques. Universal Cooler produces other important war supplies, including water chests and pumps as pictured above for cooling anti-aircraft guns, lubricating pumps for B-24 bombers and trav- ersing mechanisms for aiming turret guns on M-4 tanks. Universal Cooler congratulates you on the completion of your High School duties. Should the war affect the immediate continuation of your educational program, we sincerely hope that you will be able to resume your studies after Victory . . .which you helped to win. Q-5 00 lu 'Pi 0 2 " 'F- A NIVIRS L 5 DDL!!! ' WESELLTO N UNIVERSAL coonrn coRPonA'r1oN - ' R.v.tnifimwHwvsbvwg19ZZ a MARION, OHIO 0 BRANTFORD, ONTARIO ,lc - , I, . ., , 4 l SI , .A i '


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