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

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V ' W q f1'f i"f ' V V X 1' V' - ' . yi, , 1.I:lx' I V nV?--1V- Published by the Annual Staff Mount Gilead High School Mount Gilead, Ohio Volume XLVII The search for a key to unlock a new trade route to India led to the discovery of America. Like these seafaring explorers high school students are constantly searching for the key that will unlock the door to knowledge, popularity, and success in scholarship, athletics, or leadership. The student himself is the master key, not his teachers, family, or friends. If he utilizes all of his God-given gifts-his own talents, abilities, and determination -he can successfully unlock the doors for a bright and productive future. Through the use of both written and pictorial record, the MIZPAH shows students unlocking the first of these doors to a successful future. Contents Pefvsonwl Qbudemts Atliletwis ram 5 W Q. 0' MR. RAY MILLS, JR., Superintendent of Schools The third year of the administra- tion of Ray Mills, jr., brought the passage of the bond issue for a new high school after several de- feats. Even though the new high school will not be ready for occu- pancy until September, 1962, many departments are being improved in the present building. This includes the creation of a new biology lab, up-to-date electronic equipment in the French department, and new coordinator desks for business edu- cation classes. Supt. Mills graduated from a two-year training course in educa- tion at Alfred Holbrook College in 1939, received his B.S. degree from Wilinington College and his M.A. from Miami University. At present, he is working on a six-year education program at Miami. MRS. MAXINE ASHBROOK Secretary to Mr. Mills MRS. EILEEN HART Secretary to Mr. Nicholson D. C. Nicholson, High School Principal, received his A.B. and M.E. degrees from Ohio Univer- sity. He is currently enjoying his twenty-first year of association with the local high school-twelve years as a teacher and nine years as an administrator. Efficiency reigns supreme in his office and much of the smooth operation of the school plant can be attributed to this factor. MRS. HARRIETTE MCNEMAR Director of Guidance and Testing MR. D. C. NICHOLSON High School Principal Mrs, Harriette McNemar first be- gan her duties at our school in 1956 as the instructor in business educa- tion. She taught in the department full time for two years and initiat- ed a part-time guidance program in 1958. During the past three years, her duties have increased so tremendously that she is now em- ployed for guidance and testing only. Because of her intensive interest in their walfare and her constant urging toward higher goals, many of our students have gained greater success. Mrs. McNemar received her B.A. at Miami and the M.A. in Guidance at Ohio State University. I ww MRS. BETTY ALVEY B.A., Malone College English I, Physical Education MR. R. S. BEARD B.S,, Ohio State University Vocational Agriculture MR. PHILLIP F. BLOOM M.A., University of Cincinnati Instrumental and Vocal Music MRS. FERN BOWEN A.B., Marshall College Vocational Home Economics Uiuksfwowu At left below Happy Hartz, Wild Billy Bishop, Sonny Campbell, and Mr. and Mrs. Boss discuss how tough things are at a hard-times supper, while at right, our 1962 Burlap Queens, our secretaries, Eileen Hart, Marge Coning, Maxine Ashbrook, and Evelyn Taylor model their latest creations. keg . . Mrs. Wieland, who also has a degree in public school music, spends many lei- surely hours instructing students in piano and organ in her home studio. She is pictured at right with student, Mary Jean Fath, during an organ lesson. MR. JOHN W. CAMPBELL B.S., Otterbein College Physical Education, Driver Ed. MRS. FLORENCE CLOUSE A.B., Findlay College Physical Education, English I MR. CHARLES R. COOK B.A., Ohio Wesleyan Physics, Chemistry, Algebra I MR. WILLIAM S. FERGUSON M.A., Ohio State University Industrial Arts MR. MAURICE R. HELLER B.A., Kent State University Sciences Ah, Mr. Bloom, the band doesn't really sound that bad! Mrs. Hubbert, who was away from school for six weeks, is filled in on the latest developments in F.T.A. by Judy Branaman, Bonnie Pfeifer, Martha Hildebrand, and Ginny Wieland. Theg afc!eswo6ow M.A., Columbia University Mathematics B.A., Otterbein College English I-II B.A., Otterbein College French, World History High School Librarian Speech, Commerce MRS. MARTHA HUBBERT MRS. BLANCHE KNACHEL MR. JAMES D. MILLER MRS. VALESKA NICHOLSON B.S., Bowling Green State Univ MR. DORMAN PICKLESIMER JR B.A., Morehead State College MR. JAMES WATSON B.S.Ed., Ohio University History, Government MR. MARVIN W. WEBB B.S.Ed., Ohio University Business Education MR. GERALD WHITE B.S. Marietta College Biology MRS. KATHRYN WIELAND B.A., Otterbein College English III-IV Left above Pick replaces the director at a pep rally Left below Believe it or not this is quret demure Mrs Al-vey in the throes of moving Below right Mr Cook intently operates his Ham set W Members of the Mount Gilead Exempted Village Board of Education pictured above with Supt. Mills, are- Mr. Richard Jagger, Vice President, Mr. james Kincade, President, and Mr. C. R. Gladden, Clerk, in the first row. In the back row with Mr. Mills are Mr. Loren Halbert, and Mr. George jackson. Mr. John Geyer, another board member, was ill at the time of the picture. azwLPl7l ' 6uE6iWfsclwolLmeeds PTA OFFICERS: Mrs. Raymond Hart- pence-Secretary, Mrs. George Kemnit- zer-President, Mr. William Wood- Vice President, Mr. Max Smith-Treas- urer. Pictured at right are our cooks who keep us healthy with good, nutritious meals. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Virginia Hindrnan and Mrs. Irene Hildebrand. BACK ROW: Mrs. Hazel Blose and Mrs. Goldie jackson. sclwolb, sclwolb, keepfliuwhusg At right-Mr. Harless Baker, who helps to maintain our building with his trusty broom, and Mr. Paul Stephens, who keeps the fires burning and, as you can see, has the job of hauling ashes. li ii llliliinlll aidsawwquiaeab ,W ,. . . , - A.,,A ., ., W., . ,Wow a1.,i.4g-hrawA,s.,fa Mrs. Hart is pictured above with the office girls who collect absence slips, record absences, answer telephones, run errands, and perform the many other duties necessary in a principals office. The girls are: Pat Geyer, Sharon Newell, Sherri Groves, Bonnie Pfeifer, Pat Blose, Judy Shaffer, Myra Jo Ward, Jean Layman, Sue Tennant and Charlotte Beard. Capable assistants in the library pictured above are-STANDING: Diana Baughman, Bonnie Dilsaver, Sue Dunbar, Carol Bader, Linda McConnell, Della Earley, Sharon Price, Mary Howard, Sandra Ghent, Nancy Long, Nonna Levering, Judy Orsborn, Barbara Bates, Judy Bayer, Linda Kline, Linda Furniss, June Porter, and Bonnie Matson. SEATED, are: Nancy Groves, Karen Rizor, Lura Knachel, Linda Carpenter, Lillian White, Lynn McClelland, Martha Hildebrand, Linda Tierney, Mrs. Nicholson, Phyllis Fuller, Carol Lee, Judy Branaman. Jackie West, and Pam Clapper. I4 762 A45 'fe 4. 521 Y hipisaf LEE HUNT JOHN WAGNER JEAN LAYMAN MARY ELLEN President Vice President Secretary NIXON Treasurer WILLIAM HEIMLICH DENNIS SHIPMAN SHERRIANNE PATRICIA BLOSE Student Council Student Council GROVES Student Council Student Council Joe Lancaster avails himself of the wide variety of materials in the high school library. n7-1l11-:I-, s1 jack Hull hazily laughs off the big needle while Bonita Griggs waits her turn for immunization shots. Opal Alkire Carol Bader Amick Edward Amick Ronald Bfldef Judith Branaman james Callahan Richard Casto Milton COH210f I7 Sue Cooper Sharon Courtney Nancy Dowalter Sue Dunbar Della Earley Judith Eastridge Candace Finley Stephen Fisher Patricia Geyer gets in the swing of the Christmas season as she demonstrates the art of wrapping packages. 0mPW950i70f6'V Ed Amick disproves the old adage that girls are the only ones who primp. Gene Fissell Linda Force Dale Gattshall Patricia Geyer Marvin Gillsou Ned Goff Torrey Griffith Bonita Griggs jerry Lee is caught by the camera as he sets the scene for a skit by Thespian members. Jack Gruber David Haenszel Martha Hildebrand Kendra Hardy Paul Hoffman Jack Hull Bonnie jackson Kenneth Kehrwecker diuifies ' awuanieob Ronald Kemnitzer Joe Lancaster jerry Lee Newt Levering Judith Logan Hollace Long james Lutz Sandra McColl Marv Gillson, Mhry Ellen Nixon, and Ken Staley, seniors, model their oft- worn attire during the basketball sea- son. Adiuiiies Sue Tennant finds herself on clean-up after Homecoming decorating is finished. o o o I I Patricia McHugh joan McKirgan Linda McConnell Sharon Meddles David Miller janet Morr janet Naylor Sharon Newell Jerry Newman Karen Osborn Wfilliam Osborne Betty Peterson Mark Peterson Bonnie Pfeifer Patricia Popp Clyde Reddicks Aw Nancy Redmon Gary Richendollar Carol Schorr Robert Scott Troy Smith Williani Smith Kenneth Staley Mary Swartwood Decorating for Homecoming is really an exhausting job declare Mark Peterson and Lee Hunt. 1.-V,--,,.a,.:n. W , u Mrs. McNemar gives instructions on applying for Jobs to joe Lancaster, Ken Kehrwecker, Jim Lutz, Dick Casto, and Ned Goff Sue Tennant Phyllis Thoman Beverly Underwood Terry Van Houten Charlotte Wfeaver Williain Wieland Herbert Wlren Carol Wright www D MERRILL BONNIE BROWN CHARLOTTE BEARD GILFILLAN V. President Secretary President KENNETH BUSH JERRY ASHBROOK MYRA JO WARD Treasurer Student Council Student Council Lots of things happen at play practice backstage such'as Marian Soulier Snitch- ing a refresher behind her playbook. cwwlf business 51005 tmp T. Ansley J. Ault l l l J. Ault R. Bartley D. Baughman J. Bayer M. Belt J. Benson R. Birdsong E. Bishop R. Breese W. Castle was gwjwaw Advanced typing class finds Glenna Staley, jean Ault, Judy Ault, Mary Ellen Nixon, and Sherri Groves really DD the ball keeping those keys on the jump. . ff me fu 1 K vulmunv-.wcwnmxunn G. Cochran G. Collins J. Conkle L. Conkle R. Cox S. Curl L. Daugherty D. Decker B. Dilsaver D. Dudley K. Earley J. Fraizer C. Fuller PF Fuller L. Furniss R. Gerhardt P. Gompf L. Harden M. Harvey S. Harvey M. Heacock B. Higgins M. Howard J. Hull J. Hunt L. jaycox M. Kimmey C. Lee R. Linscott L. Lutz L, McClelland T. Ma-rsh M. Martin D. Nicholson J. Orsborn Ffwvwowubusg ' Schedule Mrs. Hart and Judy Shaffer check a typed copy'fi'om roster during fifth period in the office. I. Petrie S. Pinyerd L. Price S. Price W. Price R. Rathburn B. Reed S. Rexford S. Rhodebeck wefalwtuwfada G. Rizor D. Shade J. Shaffer P. Shirley R. Shoaf L. Sipes L. Smith J. Smith M. Soulier G. Staley S. SIGNS J. Strait D. Tharp V. Thomas R. Trainer J. Troyer C. Wetzel J. Zilske Members of the junior Class Play clown it up after rehearsal. Left to right-Tom Ansley, Sharon Curl, Charlotte Beard. Marian Soulier, John Petrie, and Phyllis Shirley, and Mr. Picklesimer, director. ww ma mipzajwl KAREN RIZOR President MARSHA FATE V. President M. Andrews D. Asman J. Aulf S. Bailey B. Bates I. Bearclsley BARBARA RICHARDSON Secretary BARBARA JACKSON Treasurer ROGER CRAVEN Student Council RON N IXON Student Council B. Bennett J. Birdsong S. Blocksom Below: Martha Hildebrand presents Y- D' Boggs Teen initiate, Ginny Wieland, with a R-B1-inklnan Corsage. M. Brown G. Bunker L. Burns S. Calhoun R. Campbell G. Casto M. Casto ewdclvowulwes Corbin . Cotton . Crouse M. Dalrymple Daniels Daugherty Davis Davis Davis DeLong Evans Evans Fissell Fox Gallagher Gerharclt Geyer Ghent Glassburn Grove Groves , Haenszel Heimlich Higgins Sophomore typists were really jammed in the room during beginning typing be- fore the new furniture arrived. E. Hollingsworth B. Hubbard S. jordan M. Kerr L. Kincade D. Kirk D. Lester S. Levering O. Levings A. Logan R. Long S. Long D. McAnall T. McColl L. McConnell D. McCreary I. McHugh T. MCPeek V. Miller J. Morton J. Murray R. Murray M. Noakes C. Osborne R. Patten seledv R. Pinyercl W. Poetsch L. Pottenger L. Randall C. Randolph M. Rice E. Ryan M. Schnell J. Shade S. Sherbourne J. Snyder S. Southard D. Staiger K. Strait S. Thoman M. Trainer F. Troyer M. Ufferman J. Vail E. Vaughan S. Wertz C. West J. West L. White V. Wieland K. Williams V. Wright J. Zwayer DAVID HUBBERT President SHERRY SHELTON Vice President LURA KNACHEL Secretary TERRY WIGTON Treasurer JAMES ORSBORN Student Council JUNE PORTER Student Council S. Alkire D. Amick M. Bachelder R. Bachelder L. Baker L. Baughman D. Brooks S. Brush G. Buchanan ' uwfwlrldelwdww wvmffu N H'.i? Wil E M LZEil E. Burns M. Carrnean L. Carpenter S. Carpenter E. Castle C. Casto C. Chandler D. Chapman P. Clapper S. Cody D. Coldwell L. Collins L. Coning L. Conley R. Conley D. Cook B. Cooper B. Craven J, Dalrymple M. Darnell M. Detwiler E. Dooley S. Dumbaugh D. Eastridge R. Eckard R. Evans E. Fast B. Fisher D. Frayer L. Furniss B. Garverick C. Gattshall C. Gattshall E. Geyer J. Goff R. Goff K. Gompf T. Griffith L. Haenszel M. Halbert P. Halbert T. Hartley L. Hartman D. Hartpence D. Heacock R. Hershner R. Hinton C. Holt M. Houpt C. Hull B. Kelly J. Kemnitzer A. Kramer K. Kincade L. Kline D. Laird M. Lancaster P. Lee N. Levering T. Linscott lwffaw 'www jeff Mosier, Dave Hubbert Terry Wig ton, and Mike McCombs get in some extra practice with those microphones for French class Fwslwew iw plujsicalb J. Logan J. Long N. Long L. McClelland M. McCombs C. McCurdy B. Matson J. Minton J. Mosier K. Nesbitt R. Newman J. Peterson S. Ratliff J. Reed D. Rensch M. Rice S. Riggs D. Roach D. Sayers J. Scott Left-Ric Geyer and jeff Mosier stroll nonchalantly toward the blg football battle." Below-Cindy Holt and Linda Baughman try a new wrmkle nn physical education class. Mrs. Bowen demonstrates the correct way for a. certain stitch to Drema Eastridge while other members of freshman home economics class busily work on their projects. S. Seaburn P. Shirk T. Shoewalter N. Showers D. Sims D. Smith T. Smith E. Snyder J. Sterritt G. Strain J. Strait P. Strait C. Thomas J. Thompson L. Tierney R. Turner R. Van Buskirk L. Vipperman K. Walton C. Wfeaston M. Weller R. Wertz K. Williams I. Wilson M. Wilson J. Wolfinger P. Wyrick Above-Mrs, McNemar aids jane Hunt in cor- recting her schedule for next year. Right-Senior class members participate in em- ployment tests which are administered at the school. MMJOPP ' Left-Mr. Miller can "flip" the switch at any time and know whether a student is studying his lesson. Several students learned they should keep their conversations strictly French. Left below-Mrs. Knachel and Kim Piercy dis- cuss English 9 assignment for the day. Below right-Mr. Bloom and Joan McKirgan polish off the rough spots in an overture. 38 lg pw . 1 alive smmzaawfffi i?f,,.,1..f:.:- Q,.wixv1nazz.s, 01001 bg . 0 Mrs. Nicholson and june Porter view some of the books, that have just been processed for the library, which will bring "Showers of Good Reading" to many students. Karen Bizor secures necessary equipment for her biology lab project, while Max Heimlich casts a watchful eye on the containers. Below-Denny Gallagher and Walt Poetsch don't seem too dismayed at the fact they could have run down Mr. Campbell during a driving lesson. ' ' ' - - ff 'f wfvr-fag I val fl! wpwwogboawmimaboag- Right-jim Callahan and Della Earley lead the discussion during government class. Right-Bill Heimlich tries some rough tactics on Sue Tennant in speech class. He's instructing her' in some Judo in the art of self-defense. Left-Janet Naylor demonstrates the proper method for bathing a patient during a portion of the home nursing project in home economics. Joan McKirgan is the patient patient while Sharon Meddles, Opal Alkire, Janet Mort, Judy Eastridge, and Nancy Red- mon observe, Left-Lum Knachel and Darlene Smith try out the elephant walk during physical education class. 6ofushwlevd7 gwwtlv Right-Mrs. Hubbert demonstrates the elements of proportion to Terry McColl during a session in geometry class. Below-Mr. Heller gets at least two responses to his question during physical science class. M..m...M.WM wQMifwwAwwwmw-w,wrMMwww- N' 1 Left--Danny Coldwell and Bob Lmscott are C011 centrating on their projects in Shop Class Because of the moon race with Russia and America's first successful flight into space by Ohio's own Col. john H. Glenn on February 20, much emphasis naturally comes to the scientific field, Above-During a chemistry experiment, Tim Marsh touches a gas jet to show pre- thermito reaction, while Mr. Cook, Ken Bush, and John Zilske cautiously observe. Right-Post-thermito reaction with all hands away. Below- Linda Kincacle and Barbara Richardson tune in on the latest develop- ments of Col. Glenn's flight. Space spww s Physics class finds Sherri Groves getting a hair-raiser in an electricity experiment with a Van cle Graaff generator. Right above-John Wagner and Bill Osborne receive instructions from Mr. Cook concerning electricity. Right below-jack Gruber, Mark Peterson, and Ron Kemnitzer illustrate the course of flow of electricity. 42 zifzolaaalzyz -gqcfiviaci Mft! G fig er! Map Mrs, McNemar informs Sharon Courtney that she has been awarded ft Merit Scholarship sponsored by Spiegel of Chicago. Sharon will receive full tuition for four years of college, is one of 59 students in the state who were awarded scholarships in varying monetary value, l Q's Mount Gilead's five National Merit Scholarship Finalists and Mrs. McNemar check their ratings in the final test. Mount Gilead can be proud to have had the highest percentage of any public school in the state in this nationally-recognized test. Left to right are Martha Hildebrand, Troy Smith, Mrs. Mc- Above--Mike Schnell gives a few pointers on his science proj- ect, "The Theory of Relativity," which merited a Superior Rating for him at the District Science Fair. Right-Mr. Cook and Jeannine Benson look over confirmation of Jeannine's selection to attend the University of Cincinnati's advanced-study course in the field of science, for outstanding students. 44 Nemar, Bill Wieland, Sharon Courtney, and Judy Branaman. is spodlig Right Mrs Hubbeit presents Judy Bianaman with the scholarship sponsored by Future Teachers organi zition and the Mount Gilead Teachers Association s Left-John Zilske, junior, and Mr. Kenneth Rexford display the Lions Club plaque on which .Iohn's name will be inscribed as the outstanding athlete-scholar of the past school year. john is the first junior to win the award since its inception in 1958. Above-Mary Ellen Nixon displays awards she received from Nation- wide Insurance as the "Outstanding Commercial Student of the Year." Left above-john Kemnitzer demonstrates his science fair project- photoelectric relayg while, left-Ron Evans shows effects of alcohol on the heart. Both boys received Superior ratings at the District Sci- ence Fair. 45 Varsity cheerleaders who have completed three and four years on the squad pose above with their trophies and the MOC basketball trophy won by the Indians this season. Four-year member, Mary Ellen Nixon is pictured at left, while juniors-Linda Furniss and Sharon Curl are at right. Below--Mark Peterson proudly displays one of the two trophies he has been awarded as the Best Actor in junior and Senior Play productions. D ix, Right-Mr. NXfhite presents Sue Tennant an award for her job well-done as team Statistician for the last two years. 46 Below-Basketball squad members flash awards presented at assembly are-FRONT: Ken Bush, Mary Gillson, Paul Hoffman. and Mike Schnell. MIDDLE ROW: Ken Staley, Gary Rizor, and Tom Ansley. BACK ROXV: Ron Nixon, Jim Murray, john Zilslce, Dick Breese, and Denny Gallagher. A awuafdeob, OIKPJWDM5 Being selected to attend Buckeye State is one of the highest honors that can befall a high school stu- dent. Because delegates are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and citizenship qualities, it is only fit- ting that those selected this year should take their places at the close of the "Honorsl' section. mr 1 mm-my to iw,wa-,twizwaraa Above-Delegates to Buckeye Girls' State ffront rowj Judy Shaffer, Charlotte Beard, jane Hunt, and Sharon Curl. Alternates fback rowj are Jeannine Benson, Lynn McClelland, Judy Orsborn, and Myra jo Ward. Buckeye Boys' State Delegates are ffront rowj john Rexford, Merrill Gilfillan, fback rowj Kenneth Bush, and john Zilske. Alternates are Larry Harden, John Petrie, Gary Rizor, and Tom Ansley. 47 as-iuclenf fduncil S l 50 T 'S ROW' 1: V. Wieland, J. Branaman, Mrs. Hubhert, M. Hildebrand, B. jackson, K. Rizor, R. Long, and M. Weller. ROW 2: L. Haenszel, N. Levering, L. Knachel, S. Levering, M. Kerr, S. Stotts, L. White, and L. Carpenter. ROW' 3: B. Fisher, V. Thomas, J. West, L. Kline, N. Long, S. Cal- houn, C. Schorr, and B. Pfeifer. ROW 4: S. Ghent, B. Richardson, M. Fate, J. Bayer, D. Smith, L. Sipes, P. Clapper, and J. Porter. ROW 5: C. Beard, B. Bennett, P. Strait,f211'1d P. Wyrick. Below-FTA officers-Judy Branaman, Martha Hildebrand, Bonnie Jack- son, Melissa Wleller, Bonnie Bennett, Mary Kerr, Louise Sipes, Ginny Wieland, Charlotte Beard, and Bonnie Fisher present Mrs. Hubbert with a gift for her efficient aid. 4 '5.t. . x Wig . A little hot dog play as Ginny Wieland is on the receiving end of Mary Kerr's delicacy. Right below-Members crowd around the too few coals to roast the wieners at the annual picnic at the State Lakes. junior and Senior members of FNC were given the oppor- tunity to work several hours a week at the Morrow County Hospital. These girls, known as "Candy Stripers," get to know first-hand some of the duties that coincide with nursing. Top left-Bonita Griggs hastily answers a call from a patient for some ice water, and pauses here with the ice cart, while lower left, Sherri Groves tries out a wheel chair with janet Naylor pro- viding the power. Top right-Sherri, Bonnie, and janet get ready to deliver clean bedding from the linen room. F-'NO gaiw ' ROW 1: S. Harvey, J. Benson, S. Dunbar, N. Griggs, and M, Ward. ROW 2: J. Naylor. P. Shirley, I.. Smith, H. Long, J. Orsborn, and L. McClelland. ROW 5: P. Geyer, L. Pottenger, B. Craven, J. Sterritt, C. Chandler, R. Daniels, and A. Logan. ROW 4: B. jackson, R. Long, E, Vaughan, B. Garverick, Redmon, J. Shaffer, B. and M. Swartwood. wm:mm1.ws r,iati4f1yehw.19ii :mm::m:mwma., . . X 5 mf FFA wwf judggg iw LEFT ROW, bottom to top: D. Shipman, D. Miller, M. Peterson, P. Gompf, R. Cox, N. Goff, R. Fissell. R. Scott, and D. Gattshall. FRONT ROW: D. Haenszel. M. Belt, Mr. Beard, J. Troyer, and D. Brooks. BACK ROW: L. Price, R. Patten, L. Burns, G. Bunker. R. Goff, R. Wertz, and D. Laird. Above-Linda Baughman, Lynn McClelland, FFA Queen-Mary Ellen Nixon, and Janet Ault. Escorts-Davicl Laird, Roger Cox, john Troyer, and Larry Burns. John Troyer, Dave Haenszel, Denny Shipman. and Dale Gattshall place newly- won FFA trophies in trophy case. Left4jean Layman, retiring president, turns over the gavel to incoming president, Bonnie Dilsaver. Right-Susie XWertz and jinnie Wright remove boxes of candy from the refrigerator in preparation for sales by FHA girls. This was one of the chief sources of income for the organization. Amogiw 5312:-:A M .. FRONT ROXV: J. Morr, S. Cooper, S. Meddles, J. Layman, M. Nixon, J. Ault, S. Price, M. Kimmey, and Mrs Bowen. MIDDLE ROW: V. Wright, N. Grove, S. Alkire, J. Strait, C. Gattshall. C. Gattshzill, S. Wertz, S. Thoman J. Ault, and J. Ault. BACK ROW: J. McKir-gan. 1. Naylor. O. Alkire, N. Dowalter, L. Smith, J. Fraizer, J Conkle, B, Dilsaver, and L. Conkle. 53 Circle-Carol Schorr presents initiate4Marsha Fate with Y-Teen Corsage. Left-Happy cabinet meeting with Mrs. Knachel, Sharon Curl, Torrey Griffith, jane Hunt, Judy Logan, Pat Geyer, Lynn McClelland, and Mrs. Wieland. Below--ROW 1: J. McKirgan, C. Finley, P. Geyer, E. Ryan, C. Osborne, M. Heacock, and M. Harvey. ROW 2: M. Brown, G. Staley, D. Asman, K. Rizor, A. Logan, J. West, and S. StOtts. ROW 3: S. Tennant, L. Furniss, S. Rhodebeck, J. Naylor, P. Shirley, J. Orsborn, and M. Ward. ROW 4: V. Thomas, M. Hildebrand, J. Ault, D. McCreary, J. Shaffer, D. Earley, and L. McConnell. ROW 5: J, Bayer, K. Osborn, P. Blose, M. Fate, B. Bates, B. Richardson, and B. Jackson. Left-ROW 1: L. Lutz, J. Snyder, S. Meddles, C. Lee, M. Ufferman, V. Wieland, and B. Peterson. ROW Z: M. Kerr, L. Pottenger, S Bailey, C. Wfright, S. Levering, L. White, and J. Fraizer. ROW 5: B Pfeifer, S. Jordan, B. Glassburn, R. Rathburn, C. Beard, B. Brown and P. Thoman. ROW 4: C. Schorr, S. Calhoun, N. Groves, M. Kimi mey, R. Long, M. Soulier, and R. Daniels. ROW 5: S. Courtney, P Popp, L. Kincade, D. Shade, C. W-eaver, S. Evans, and B. Bennett Row 6: B. jackson, S. Dunbar, L. Sipes, and S. Ghent. Y-TGQIAS Wulf l-'UV ROW 1: M. Casto, J. Gruber, R. Bader, D. Decker, S, Southard, 1. Smith, and R. Birclsong. ROW 2: M. Dalrymple, J. Callahan, K. Kehrwecker, K. Earley, B, Wieland, J. Corbin, and M. Heimlich. ROW 3: W. Poetsch, D. Nicholson, J. Lee, T. Van Houten, R. Pinyerd, D. Kirk, and M. Gilfillan. ROW 4: B. Shoaf, T. Marsh, M1 Gillson, R. Craven, J. Rexford, D. Gallagher, M. Conant. and J. Strait. MGI-IS Hi-Y backed the Heart Fund Drive by selling balloons. Members posing at left during a lull in the day's work are Ron Kemnitzer, John Petrie, joe Lancas- ter, and Bill Heimlich. Photo-Courtesy Sentinel Right--john Petrie and Bill Heimlich display new ban- ner to Mr. Heller, advisor, as Denny Shipman, Joe Lan- caster, Ron Kemnitzer, and Lee Hunt look on. ROW' 1: P. Shirley, M. Wfeller, C. Beard. D. Earley. and P. Geyer. ROW 2: P. Clapper, T. Griffith, S, Calhoun. J. Naylor. and L. Coning. ROW' 5: R. Kemnitzer. B. Vlfieland, J. Petrie, B. Hershner, and R. Bader. ROW' 4: S. Dunbar, M. Fate. I.. Kline. and B. Rich ardson. WAR WI-IOOP at Editor--Charlotte Beard looks for a little-used word for the Roving Reporter to quiz students on. Above-Melissa Wfeller, Pam Clapper and Linda Coning are a "little perturbed" at Linda Kline because they're ready to leave and she's made another mistake that has to be corrected. 56 Below-Bob Hershner clears his eyes and tries to decipher some dummy that has been changed. :fffir1.1-111'ff ft1-- -l V . . V ' 'e" ..g. :.f::.::.:-ffamw Left-Editor-Jean Layman and Pat Popp, Business Man- ager, check the financial rec- ords of the yearbook. Right-Mary Ellen Nixon, As- sistant Editor, pauses from her chore of preparing all the lay- outs for the student sections. MFZPAH 5201175 iw plwfos Right-Staff members looking over prospects for selection of fi cover. Left center-Sharon Courtney, Art Editor, pre- pares divider pages, while at bottom, Karen Osborn, Acl- xertising Editor, checks over advertising patrons. rl'-Q... ROW 1: K. Osborn, P. Popp, J. Layman, M. Nixon, M. Hildebrand, and S. Courtney. ROW 2: C. W'eaver, P. Blose, S. Dunbar, J. Logan, T. Griffith, and S. Tennant, ROW 3: J. McKirgan, J. Naylor, D. Earley, P. Geyer, H. Long, and C. Finley. ROW 4: M. Gillson, R, Kemnitzer, J. Lancaster, L. Hunt, and B. Wieland. ROW 5: M. Peterson, B. Heimlich, D. Shipman, and J. Wagner. GAAcuwLWlCDpwv1deopp ' ROW 1: R. Van Buskirk, S. Cooper, S. Tennant, L. Coning, M. Vifeller, C. Gattshall, C. Gattshall, S. Newell, M. Uffer- man, J. Long, B. Peterson, C. Casto, J. Scott, B. Cooper, M. Minton, B. Brown, J. Dalrymple, S. Levering, C. Lee, G. Staley, B. Higgins, S. Medclles, and C. Finley. ROW 2: S. Brush, D. Chapman, W. Detwiler, C. Hull, L. Baker, L. Tierney, J. Goff, V. Wieland, M. Kerr, A. Logan, M. Brown, B. Garverick, K. Nesbitt, D. Smith, K. Gompf, B. Fisher, M. Heacock, D. Dud- ley, M. Howard, L. jaycox, J. Snyder, B. Glassburn, C. Schorr, and B. Pfeifer. ROW 3: M. Haenszel, N. Long, R. Long, J. West, J. Orsborn, C. Beard, D. Asman, K. Rizor, S. Jordan, P. McHugh, P. Popp, D. Earley, B. Craven, L. Kline, P. Clapper, J. Porter, S. Rhodebeck, B. Bennett, D. McCreary, D. Shade, P. Strait, M. Houpt, H. Long, R. Rathburn, S. Calhoun, M. Ward, P. Wyrick, N. Levering, C. Chandler, M. Carmean, S. Alkire, J. Strait, J. Naylor, J. Conkle, S. Price, and Mrs. Alvey. ROW 4: C. Wfeaver, B. Jackson, R. Daniels, J. Ault, J. Logan, P. Blose, J. Layman, S. Dunbar, B. Bates, E. Vaughan, M. Fate, B. Richardson, S. Ghent, M. Kimmey, M. Soulier, L. Furniss, S. Curl, and S. Courtney. Left-Hjean Layman and Pat Blose on ladders while Debbie Asman, Sherri Groves, john Zilske, and Dave Miller do the groundwork for Homecoming decorations. Below-Sherri and Debbie haye trouble with that creme paper while Mark Peterson chicles them along. l and spofvts Right-Marv Gillson and Mr. Campbell with VAC trophy which holds the names of the outstanding VAC members of the years. Gillson is first member to receive this honor. Selection is macle by coaching staff on athletic ability and leadership. Right-VAC members obligingly give the cameraman big, broad grins. Left-VAC Officers-Dave Miller, Ken Staley, and Bob Scott await reactions to a motion. Right-J. Zilske, D. Gallagher, G Rizor, B. Heimlich, B. Reed, J. Ash brook, J. Smith, L. Hunt, K. Staley, B Scott, M. Gillson, N. Levering, R. Bird song, R. Nixon, J. Zwayer, K. Bush, J. Murray, M. Gilfillan, and J. Rexford. Center-Mr. Campbell and D, Miller. Nancy Ashford played by Marian Soulier, and Helen Hudson played by Charlotte Beard, seem to be having a very woman-to-woman discussion. Joyce Hudson fSharon Curlj lingers momen- tarily at the door when she discovers a fight go- ing on between Bobby Merrick fjohn Petrieb and Monty Brent fTom Ansleyj. ' pwlswt " ' Obsassimd' Visitors of the Hudson's household are jack and Marian Dawson played by Robert Shoaf and Myra jo Ward. Helen Hudson greets her husband, Dr. Wayne Hudson CTim Marshj, and.Dr Malcolm Pyle fCharles Wetzelj at the end of a long and hard day at the clinic Stage and Technical Crews are more than happy to get a chance to relax after the big nights. 1 it 'il " ea Washing t ew" Qvipu bu Newton Fuller knows exactly what to do when Rena Leslie fHolly Longj brings news of his daughter's elopement to her actor husband. Steve Uim Calla- hanj and Mrs. Fuller look on in be- wilderment, - Pat Popp as Miss Wilcox, and Torrey Griffith as Sue Barrington, patiently await their cue to go on stage. Left-Annabelle and Newton Fuller have prob lems with their bratty nephew, Raymond, played by jerry Lee, as does their neighbor, Mr, Prescott who is played by Gene Fissell. The cook fBonnie Jacksonj com- plains to Annabelle fSharon Courtneyj and Newton fMark Petersonj Fuller about the many inconveniences that confront her in the kitchen. '3t Mf:,?l-5.5 J Thespiaus ' O Right-Cast members of "When Shakespeares Ladies Meet' are-Juliet fSue Tennantj, Cleopatra fSue Dunbarj, Ophe- lia CSharon Curlj, Desdemona CHolly Longj, Portia fBon nie jacksonj, and Katharine CSharon Courtneyj. Below-Geor e 'Bob Shoaf in the act of killin Mrs. s C J sr Stevenson CPat Poppy in "Sorry, Wrong Number!" FRONT ROW: B. jackson, I Wagner, P. Popp, Mr. Pickle simer, S, Tennant, M. Peter son, and S. Courtney. MID- DLE ROW: L, McClelland M. Soulier, C. Beard, S. Curl and S. Harvey. BACK ROW J. Petrie, R. Shoaf, and P Gompf. Below-John Uohn Wagnerj whispers to Bob Uerry Leej as Marc fChuck Wetzelj and George Uohn Petriej hold Conversation at the table in "If Men Played Cards as Wfoinen Do," Right above-Even as the li- brary is enlarged, it is usually filled to capacity. Left-Bill Heimlich and Sue Tennant doing a demonstra- tion of Judo for speech Class. Right-Mr. Beard and Tex Haenszel load the car for an FFA trip. we ati? f 'Tiff YQ ffizi' YM ,,ay t W- i ak i,i3i'3S'1fl"?lf?d'f'f?S,a7L5s . ii: Zsiisfimfgeflif Left-Dr. Lewis E. Harris delivers commencement address to graduates and friends and relatives. Below left-"Wish they'd get that band lined up so we could get on with the picture." Below right-john Petrie didn't quite make it in "lifting" this sign for his collection. ff -r 1 X 4 'N Qui? M.G.l-LQ Above-Dennis Shipman and Bonnie jackson reign as King and Queen of Music during the annual Spring Concert, "Tour Through Music Land." David Haenszel, Mary Ellen Nixon, Kendra Hardy, ancl Mark Peterson, also seniors, form the court. Above--Choir members convene in the cafeteria before the concert-Carolyn Chandler, Carolyn Hull, Anne Logan, Karen Osborn. Pat Blose, Judy Goff, Denny Shipman. Ron Nixon, and John Rex- ford, Right-Linda Furniss snatches a last look at music while Myra Wfard. Candy Casto, Sally jordan. Diana Baughman, Linda Coning, Lillian Wliite. jo Ann Minton, and Ginny W'ieland await Signals from the clircctor. wsouwb with mjestw sgmplumies ROXY7 1: J. Morr, P. Geyer, L. McClelland, A. Logan, Goff, C. Hull, K. Rizor, M. Kerr, I. Hull, P. Blose, K. Nesbitt, M XX'ard, B. Bisher, D. Baughman, S. jordan, V. Wie-land, B. Peterson, and Mr. Bloom. ROW 2: L. White, M. Nixon, P Strait, K. Osborn, M. Fate, B. Richardson, H. Long, C. Beard, L. Furniss, B. Hubbard, M. Brown, L. McConnell, P. McHugh and C. Holt. ROW 5: M. Weller, C. Casto, L. Coming, N. Levering, L. Kline, B. Garverick, N. Redmon, J. Bayer, J. Logan B. jackson, S. Curl, P. Clapper, J. Minton, J. Hunt, and B. Brown. ROW -1: J. Long, R. Rathburn, D. Haycock, R. Nixon, T McColl, D. Shipman, I. Logan. J. Zilske, J. Rexford, G. Fissell, J. Petrie, N. Groves, T. Griffith, C. Chandler, and P. Thomnn Right-Time for the program to begin and the usher- ettes-Sherri Groves, lean Layman, Linda Smith, Phyllis Shirley, and Donna Shade, have just a few programs left. Mal. .5:7w9:lWIii.. .ilk-W 'J 1117 S ,eE,:1.51f-1 f LQ.: .Er 'V' .. ""i'iia"lf:'s 415152. 66 Powm6u1b cadeugas and , Mow ROW 1: j. Hunt, S. Harvey, I. Snyder, M. Carmean, S. Rhoclebeck,'j. Fraizer, L. Sipes, D. Asman, D. Barley, B. Bates, P. Wyrick, and J. Wolfinger. ROW 2: J. Orsborn, L. Knachel, L. Carpenter, N. Long, C. Weaver. B. Glassburn, D. Smith, D. Dudley, K. Earley, 1. Wfest, R. Daniels, S. Curl, B. Bennett, and J. Benson. ROW' 3: S. Courtney, S. Levering, M. Heacock, R. Turner, M. Belt, C. Schorr, D. Kirk, D. Haenszel, P. Shirk, D. Frayer, K. Gerhardt, B, jackson, C. Wetzel, G. Casto, M. Soulier, and B. Craven. ' ROW 4: M. Kimmey, M. Houpt, D. Nicholson, R. Long, S. Alkire, G. Cochran, I. Hershey, M. Peterson, B. Hershner, J. Mosier, R. Gerhardt, P. Gompf, S. Southard, G. Strain, T. Marsh, E. Vaughan, D. Hubhert, B. Griggs, and B. Jackson. ROW 5: N Mr. Bloom, C. Finley, I. Naylor, J. Sterritt, and L. Baughman. W l Above--Bonnie Jackson practices her solo, Grieg's "Piano Concerto," for the Spring Concert, while at right, Ginny Wieland has just performed Mozart's "Sonata in C" at the concert. io Gilead's Saxophone Quartet composed of Bonnie Bennett, Jeannine Benson, Sharon Curl, and Jackie West came home with a first-place rating in the district ensemble competitions and earned a trip to the state competition. Jeannine Benson, Carol Schorr, and Sharon Harvey presided at the re- freshment table at the Spring Concert dance. Above-The High School Choir in processional for per formance at an assembly. 67 Right-Majorette corps which led the marchers through another successful season are-Sue Dunbar, captain, Sandy Rhode- beck, Bonnie Bennett, Debbie Asman, Char- lotte Weaxfer, and Sharon Courtney. With their precision marching and dancing routines, acquired through many hours of practice, these majorettes enhanced assem- blies and brightened the halftime shows. 68 F-Iwata At the sound of her whistle, the drums began the tempo for the Indian Marching Band to parade the field. Sharon Courtney, who so capably has led the musicians for three years, lacks none of the essential qualities-appearance, poise, personality, and showmanship-which a drum ma- jorette must possess. Many fans will long remember her fiery dual baton routine and her maneuvering of the band. MT Elf A '40 fd? INDIANS 223970 I W, W...W.,, ,.,..,W Qin resounding Above-One of the skits that took countless hours to perfect-Pam Geyer, at left seems in difficulty, while Linda, Chunky, jane, and Mary Ellen ham it up, with Sharon, Pam's mother, oblivious to her troubles. Right-Success! as Pam mounts the top of the pyramid with jane and Sharon on the middle row and Carolyn, Mary Ellen, and Linda supporting the structure. 72 Cheerleaders at left seem to be reaching for "Cloud 9" after a recent football victory. Mounting the ladder top to bottom are Linda Furniss, Sharon Curl, Carolyn Chand- ler, Mary Ellen Nixon, jane Birdsong, and Pam Geyer. ' 6M In action during a football rally are Mary Ellen, Jane, Pam, Linda. Chunky, and Sharon. Endless hours were spent preparing skits for assemblies, routines, making pompoms and various other gimmicks for use at events. owviiemw Below-Pam, Carolyn, Sharon, Linda, Jane, and Mary Ellen Sport their new outfits. It can be stated definitely without exag geration that they are the best in the district. Their performances will verify this. Coach Hartsell Doclrill is given a victory ride on the shoulders of Ken Bush Nwov-sag-die T? and john Rexford after the Indians had stunned Marion Catholic in a 20-8 rout, for their initial victory over the Irish since the two teams entered pigskin CHCOUHICIS. Right-Team mem- bers whoop it up at Homecoming dance a f t e r victorious game over Marion Catholic. SCORES OF MOUNT GILEAD'S 1961 FOOTBALL mai--T Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Gilead Gilead ....,...i ,, . Gilead Gilead ...,.,.. ...... Gilead Gilead Gilead Gilead... ..t.. ...e.. . .. Gilead SEASON Riclgedale ...... Bellville .. .i... .. Olentangy ,.....,,e.ei ...... Scioto Valley ...... .i.... Big Walnut ....... . ....,. Marion Catholic Rlchwood ....,....... ...... Elm Valley ..,..,. ....w. Cardington .i.. At right-1961 Indians Football Squad-ROW 1: D. Miller, L. Hunt, B. Heimlich, N. Levering, M. Gillson, and K. Staley. ROW 2: G. Rizor, K. Bush, J. Zilske, J. Smith, J. Ashbrook, and B. Reed. ROW 3' . Zwa er Murra D. Breese T Ansle .Rexford and M Gilfillan. ROW 4 - J Y , J- Y, , - Y, J , - 1 T. Cotton, J. Vail, E. Hollingsworth, R. Craven, L. Furniss, and J. Mosier. ROW 5: D. Roach, R. Nixon, D. Sims, J. Orsborn, T. Griffith, and E. Snyder. ROW 6: S. Cody, J. Levings, B. Eckard, R. Birdsong, R. Conley, and E. Geyer. ROW 7: M. Dalrymple, Coach Campbell, Coach Tuttle, Head Coach Hartsell Dodrill, Coach White, W. Poetsch, and M. Bachelcler. 74 spwtmwtssunoess gud 5 I!! F M' 1 Sm ' Qwdlmdimwm KEN STALEY-Fullback MOC Defensive Team DAVE MILLER+Center LEE HUNT-Quarterback Right-Zilske is tackled by picking up several yards. 76 a Catholic player after Fullback Kenny Staley gets away for the goal line as he eludes a Marion Catholic tackler. The 4-yard plunge made the score 20-O with the Purple and W'-hite, the victors. -Sentinel photo ptstwiwwmflfdslv l NIARVIN GILLSON-End MOC Defensive Team Marv Gillson, 99585, takes the inside track to bring clown the Marion Catholic ball carrier and stop a drive. Staley skirts the corner and avoids ri Catholic tackler. -Sentinel photo BILL HEIMLICHfQuarterhack NEWT LEVERING-Guard KN: ?Kii5i'5S?m'12?' Q A 43,54 ,, N. f V 4. ' I A 1 A H 1-iwmfrswz 1'3s12i,t,,smm1s'c vgnm-gvwz, f , .-sfefyg, 6, 1 . , , K' A-:ff:5s,f au S25 wkvmwf Kip'-Ati N1 A4 tlfifwbconseoutwotfdef Co-captains-john Zilske and Marv Gillson and Coach White proudly display Mid-Ohio Conference Trophy the team won this past year. RESUME OF SEASONS SCORES Right-Rizor scrambles for the ball during Marion Catholic game. Marion Star Photo MGI-IS ..,. A ,, ., ,45 Cardington .,,,. S, MGHS ................ 6.1 Danville ....,,..... MGHS ...,...,........ 53 Iberia .,,.,,l.li.,...,.S,,. MGHS 69 Marion Catholic ,,i.. MGHS ........,,,t. H45 Galion .....Vt,,.,.... . MGI-IS .t,...,., ...... . 49 Prospect .,....,.,,, MGHSA, .. ,....t.,. 46 Big Walnut S MGI-IS 46 Riclgedale ..t,,,s,i MGI-IS 61 Elm Valley ..,,,,,....,. MGHS .,t,.i ..... 71 Richwood ..Y.,.,.., MGHS 44 Mansfield Madison MGHS 40 Olentangy ............ MGHS 47 Fredericktown ,.,... MGHS 50 Upper Sandusky .. MGHS 65 Marion Catholic ..... MGHS 63 Lexington ., ., MGHS 67 Cardington ..,t... MGI-IS 90 Scioto Valley .Yi... MGHS 55 MGI-ISN, ,, 51 Bexley ...Y.....,e.. Grove City ,...Y.. .... Pwctice KEN STALEY DENNY GALLAGHER MOC First Team MARV GILLSON MOC HM DICK BREESE JIM MURRAY Marv Gillson goes after that ball while Ken Bush awaits for further develop- ments in the Marion Catholic game. -Star photo awwb png" ta JOHN ZILSKE KEN BUSH John Zilske retrieves the ball from Bexley players during the game with the Blue Lions, and aids in a victor RON NIXON TOM ANSLEY GARY RIZOR MOC Second Team Y. -Dispatch photo Reserve Squad-FRONT ROW T Wigton M Lancaster W Poetsch P Lee R Brinkman S Long anclj Zwayer BACK ROW: E. Burns, T. Griffith L Furniss D Willianus I McClell1nd and Coach john Campbell Right-Managers, getting a laugh about the dirt they swept in the dressing room corner and never got caught, are-john Kemnitzer, Mike Schnell, Paul Hoffman, and Mike Trainer. 82 2 3 ' may mf 'E V 'E ...Q ,f meetwwws best Gileads Linksmen who compiled a 2-5-2 record this past season are pictured above with their mentor Gerald Whrte Left to right Coach White, Denny Gallagher-sophomore, Bill Wieland senior jim Smith junior B11lSm1th senior David Frayer and Ric Geyer-freshmen. Right-Denny Gallagher displays the trophy pre- sented to him for being the Central Division Golf Associations 1961 District junior Champ. Denny made it three in a row, having won the title twice in the 14-and-under age bracket. By virtue of this win, he played in the 1961 Junior National Amateur Championship matches and ad- vanced to the quarter-finals at Ithaca, New York. During the past summer, he also entered the Inter- national jaycee event at Denver. -Dispatch photo Left-Mr. Bloom has his own fan club as by the sweatshirts worn by the students in ODE. Below-Mrs. Nicholson gives the victory Martha Hildebrand is almost hidden by the of hooks just processed in the library. Flaslvbulbsaml 6ihwwcofwLMGl-lQQi6w evidenced the cadet band. "Bloom is the greatest of the 4 B's" claims signal as mountain Below-Denny Shipman and Steve Fisher are trying to figure out what the play cast is getting a pep talk about on the other side of the door. Below-Not Draculag it's really just Mr. Watson! Below-Yes, another fad during the year were those outlandish fugitives from the soap operas in medics. Left right-Cindy Holt, penter, Linda Baughman, Virginia and Carol Wright. Linda Car Z S' Facial is Holly Long and Bill Heimlich Above-Holly Long, gracious and charming candidate of the Future Nurses, and Bill Heimlich, slender Hi-Y president, were chosen as the second runners-up. Right-Choir candidate, blonde brown-eyed Mary Ellen Nixon, and senior athlete, Marv Gillson, VAC representative, were named as first runners-up. All "Teens" participate in many extracurricular activities, are good students and school citizens, thus rneriting their titles. Marv Gillson and Mary Ellen Nixon 88 Tgpfmlf Teens aw Torrey Griffith, green-eyed strawberry blonde candidate of the WAR WHOOP staff, and Denny Shipman, bedimpled FFA president with the infectious grin, were se- lected as Mount Gilead's "Typical Teens" of 1962. In the initial selection of typical students at MGHS, eighteen candidates were nominated by various organizations and were presented at assembly and at the MIZPAH dance. awmums smwlmMevwnwlMsfsm ,, Jnnuunmm M7. Mw.,X-W M S Auiiwmw WMM New The breathless beauty and charming manner of pert, blonde cheerleader, Mary Ellen Nixon are very obvious reasons why she was selected by members of the football squad as Mount Gilead High School's 1961 Home- coming Queen. Dancing brown eyes, friendliness to all, school citizenship, and honors in other fields justify the selection of this comely lass. She is well chosen. Miss Torrey Griffith Selected to attend the reigning beauty were Torrey Griffith, gra- cious, retiring redhead, and Carol Bader, dark-haired, brown-eyed lovely. Crowning ceremonies took place preceding a victorious game with Marion Catholic. The Queen and her court also took their places of honor at the Homecoming Dance. Miss Carol Bader 90 ix 5,9 Q k-fV . - ffl QQ Wi. 42' E I' -1 , ginls Queen Pam, Retiring Queen-Sharon Curl, Attendants-Carolyn Chandler and Wanda Price pose for the royal portrait. From one Queen to another. Below-"Typical Teens"-Denny Shipman and Torrey Griffith after Coronation, with their attendants-Marv Gillson and Mary Ellen Nixon, Bill Heimlich and Holly Long. Queen Pam, a little overwhelmed, pauses for a moment to regain her usual serenity. awiwab MGH r , From their honored spot at the Homecoming Dance Queen Mary Ellen and her attendants Carol and Torres reveal how happy they are. Right-A formal portrait of the 1961 Homecoming Queen and her Court Below-FFA beauties-Lynn McClelland, Queen Mary Ellen Nixon, Linda Baughman, and Jan Ault. i Denny Shipman presents the Class Will. Q 1 u rr' - sag sets Sue Dunbar doffs her shoes and enjoys john Wagner's undivided attention, while Jim Smith, Linda Furniss, Myra Ward, and Pat Blose and friends discuss the Prom. Sharon Courtney, Carol Schorr, Torrey Sharon and Linda present one of their many humorous skits. Griffith, Sandy McColl, jerry Lee, and Mr. Picklesimer take a breather from the dancing. 96 il'-Jar-:,'fi Left-Pam Geyer, Bonnie Bennett, Joe Lancaster, Sharon Curl, Merrill Gilfillan, Robert Linscott, Dick Breese, George Collins, and Larry Daugherty "sit one out." - - 37 Pwvw Everybody gets into the act with cameras as Mary Ellen Nixon, Marv Gillson, Sharon Curl record memories on film. Also, Sharon Stotts, Jack Gerhardt, and Merrill Gilfillan view the proceedings. Could Max Decker be humming "I Only Have Eyes for You" to Candy Finley? After this a movie and three o'clock breakfast! We could have danced all night! z - .lrfirwigrga Top'Ten Seniors of the Class of 1962-ROW 1: Bonnie Pfeifer-10th, Mary Ellen Nixon-9th, and Judith Brana- man-8th. ROW 2: Patricia Popp-6th, Sharon Courtney -lst, and Martha Hildebrand-3rd. ROW' 5: jean Lay- man-7th, Judith Logan-4th, DeWitte Hunt-5th, and Bonnie jackson-Znd. Dr. Lewis E. Harris, Executive Secretary of the Ohio School Boards Association presented the Commencement address on Thursday, May 24. Rev. Lucas F. Grile, First Presbyterian Church, delivered the Baccalaureate address in the high school gymnasium. At the top of the graduating class of 77 members are Sharon Courtney, valedictorian, and Bonnie Jackson, salutatorian. Miss Courtney maintained a 4. average, while Miss Jacksorfs had 3.9 for four years. Iz""R!e-1-fa '- K' , '.'. f 11. ' -2- -' -fw,eif+'?5fWHal Left-FRONT ROW: H. Long, S. Dunbar, C. Weaver, S. Groves, B. Griggs, T. Grif- fith, P. Geyer, and P. Blose. BACK ROW: j. Wagner, M. Gillson, R. Scott, W. Heim- lich, K. Staley, C. Reddicks, G. Richendollar, T. Smith, J. Lancaster, H. Wren, and D. Gattshall. I ' 14-75W'f'5is: Y-'ii' 1 Seventy-seven seniors, gowned in blue and white, received their diplomas from James Kincade, Board of Education President. The symphonic band played for the processional with the choir presenting several num- bers. x K' . 2 f 5 wi M1 W . , , . 3 5. J 5 . , f. :'i i . 1 N J A ? 3 4 C r .5 N, , , , , p f my R . ' -- 1- inf FRONT ROW: L. McConnell, J. Naylor, K. Osborn, C. Schorr, L. .Force, S. McColl, Redmon, and . Eastridge BACK ROW' W. Smith J Callahan, S. Fisher, W. Osborne, J . - , - Haenszel, P. Hoffman, D. Miller, and T. Van Houten. Left-ROW 1: B. Peterson, D. Earley, O- Alkire, and C. Wright. ROW 2: P. MCI-Iugh, N. Dowalter, B. Under- wood, and M. Swartwood. ROW 5: N. Levering, J. Hull, and N. Goff. ROW 4: D. Shipman and M. Peterson. 2 3 E E P 2 E . , Q ' i 1 Right-ROVV 1: S. Cooper, S. Meddles, J. McKirgan, and C. Finley. ROW 2: J. Morr, K. Hardy, S. Tennant, and , N D S. Newell. ROW 3: J. Lutz, W. Wie-land, R. Bader, and 1, R. Casto. ROW 4: R. Kemnitzer and J. Gruber. ez f A l 2 l i ' I l OPAL ALKIRE-FHA 4. CAROL BADER AMICK-Cheeb leader 1-2, Class Officer 1-2, Home- coming Court 4, Student Council 1, Y-Teens 3, GAA 3, FHA 1. EDWARD AMICK-Hi-Y 3, Track. RONALD BADER-Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3, WAR WHOOP 4. PATRICIA BLOSE-Student Council 43, GAA 1-2-33-43, Thespians 4, Choir 1-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Band 1-2, MIZPAH Staff 4, WAR WHOOP 2, Girls State Alternate, UN Trip. JUDITH BRANAMAN-Librarian's Ass'n. 3-43, FTA 2-395-43, GAA 1, Senior General Scholarship HM, Pre- liminary District Tests 1-2-3-4, Na- tional Merit Finalist. JAMES CALLAHAN-Basketball 1, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Junior Play. RICHARD CASTO-Basketball 1, Football 1-2, Track 1-3. MILTON CONANT-Baseball 1-2, Basketball 1-2, Hi-Y 3-4, Choir 1. SUE COOPER-FHA 1-2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4. i SHARON COURTNEY-Girls' State, Drum Majorette 1-2-3-4, Merit Schol- arship Winner, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, WAR WHOOP 1-2-3, Junior Play, Senior Play. NANCY DOWALTER-FHA 1-2- 5-4, WAR WHOOP 5. SUE DUNBAR-Majorette 2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-43, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Li- brarian 4, Band 1-2-3-4, WAR WHOOP 4, Junior Class Play, I-IPM Nurses Scholarship, Candy Stripers, MIZPAH Staff. DELLA EARLEY-WAR WHOOP 4, Librarian 4, FTA 2-3, GAA 1-2- IOO 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4, MIZPAH Staff. CANDACE FINLEY-Band 1-2-3-4, Librarian 3, GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Thespians 3, WAR WHOOP 2, MIZPAH Staff 4. STEPHEN FISHER-FFA 1-2-3-4. GENE FISSELL-Choir 1-2-3-4, Hi-Y 1-2-3, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Track 3. DALE GATTSHALL-2-3-4. PATRICIA GEYER-Girls State, Y-Teens 2-33-43, Choir 2, GAA 2-3"', Office Help 3-4, WAR WHOOP 1-2-33, MIZPAH 4. MARVIN GILLSON-Baseball 1-2- 3-4, Track 3, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Hi-Y 3-4, VAC 33, Student Council 3, Choir 3, Class Officer 2, Football 3-4, VAC Athlete of Year. NED GOFF-Football 1, Track 3, FFA 1-2-3-4, Junior Play Stage Crew. TORREY GRIFFITH-WAR WHOOP 1-2-33-4, Homecoming Court, PTA Court 3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, GAA 1-2, Student Council 1, Office Help 1-2, Class Officer 2, Choir 3-4, Typical Teen. BONITA GRIGGS-Future Nurses 4, GAA 1-2-3, Y-Teens 2, Candy Stripers 4, Band 1-2-3-4, I-IPM Nursing Schol- arship. SHERRIANNE GROVES-Student Council 43, Future Nurses 4, GAA 3-4, Y-Teens 3-4, Candy Stripers 4. JACK GRUBER-Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2, Science Fair 1-2. DAVID HAENSZEL-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Choir 1, Science Fair Award 1. KENDRA HARDY-Choir 1-2-3-4, Dance Band 4, FHA 1, Vocal Contest 1-2-3-4. Qemiofuotwities WILLIAM HEIMLICH-Football 1- 2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, Baseball 1, Basket- ball 1-2, Hi-Y 1-2-3-43, Student Coun- cil 43, Boys State, VAC 4, Typical Teens, Choir 1. MARTHA HILDEBRAND-FTA 1- 2-3-43, Girls State, GAA 2, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Librarians' Association 3-4, MIZPAH Staff, Scholarship Team 1-2- 3-4, Merit Scholarship Finalist. PAUL HOFFMAN-Baseball 1-4, Basketball 2, Basketball Manager 4, Scholarship Team 1-4, Prince of Peace. JACK HULL-Basketball 1, Football 1, Track 1. LEE HUNT-Boys State, Baseball 1-2- 3-4, Basketball 1-2-3, Football 1-4, Class Officer 1-4, Student Council 2-3, E-Hg 1-2-3-4, VAC 3-43, MIZPAH ta . BONNIE JACKSON-Girls State, FTA 2-33,4"', Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, UN Trip, Band 1-2-3-4, Queen of Music 4, GAA 1-2, Choir 1-2-3-4, WAR WHOOP 3. KENNETH KEHRWECKER-Track Manager 1-4, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4. RONALD KEMNITZER-Boys State, Baseball 1-3, Football 1-3, Track 2-3-4, Class Officer 1, Hi-Y 1-2-3-43, WAR WHOOP 3-4, MIZPAH Staff, Science Fair Award 1-2-3. JOE LANCASTER-Hi-Y 1-2-3-43, Baseball 1, Basketball 1-2-3, Football 1, Track 1-2, WAR WHOOP 3, Sci- ence Fair Award 1, Junior Play Stage Crew. JEAN LAYMAN-FFA. Queen 1, PTA Carnival Court 2, FHA 1-2-33- 43, Class Officer 1-4, Student Council 1, Office Help 3-4, Librarian 2-3, GAA 1-2-3-4, WAR WHOOP 3. JERRY LEE-Track 3-4, Hi-Y 3-4, Thespians 3-4, Senior Play. NEWT LEVERING-Baseball 1-2- 3-4, Basketball 1-2, Football 3-4, Class mwLAccowpllis Officer 1-2, Hi-Y 3, Thespians 4, VAC 4, Science Fair Award 1-2, Choir 1-2-3, Senior Class Play. JUDITH LOGAN-Y-Teens 2-3-43, Class Officer 3, Girls State, GAA 1-2- 3-4, FTA 2, Band 1-2-3, Choir 1-2-3-4, Dance Band 2, Senior Class Play. HOLLACE LONG-GAA 1-2-3-4, Class Officer 1, Student Council 3, Future Nurses 43, Candy Stripers 4, Thespians 4, Typical Teen Court, Choir 1-2-3-4, WAR WHOOP 2-3. 1 JAMES LUTZ-Baseball Manager 2 Basketball 1. SANDRA MCCOLL-Thespians 4, Senior Play Technical Staff, Senior Scholarship Test. LINDA MCCONNELL-Y-Teens 3-4, Choir 2-3-4. PATRICIA MCHUGI-I-FTA 2-3, GAA 1-2-3-4, Choir 2-3-4, Science Fair Award. JOAN MCKIRGAN-GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Librarian 3, Band 1-2- 3-4, WAR WHOOP 3. SHARON MEDDLES-FHA 1-2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Junior Play Technical Crew. DAVID MILLER-Football 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, FFA 1-2-3-43, Hi-Y 2-3-4, VAC 3-4, Choir 2-3-4, Junior Class Play Stage Crew. JANET MORR-FHA 1-2-331-43, GAA 1-2-3, Y-Teens 2-3, Junior Class Play Technical Crew, Choir 1-2-3-4, WAR WHOOP 3. JANET NAYLOR-Future Nurses 4, Candy Stripers 4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Librarian 2, Band 1-2- 3-4, Choir 3-4, WAR WHOOP 3-4, Class Plays Technical Crew. SHARON NEWELL-GAA 2-3, Li- brarian 3, Office Help 4. JERRY NEWMAN-Band 1-2, Dance Band 2, Junior Play Stage Crew. MARY ELLEN NIXON-Cheer- leader 1-2-3-4, Girls State, PTA Car- nival Queen, FFA Queen, Homecom- ing Queen, Class Officer 1-3-4, Stu- dent Council 2, FHA 1-2-332,4'l', Typi- cal Teen Court, WAR WHOOP 2-3. KAREN OSBORN-GAA 1-2-3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4, Class Play Stage Crew 3. WILLIAM OSBORNE-Football 1-2, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Science Fair Award 1. BETTY PETERSON-GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Choir 3-4. MARK PETERSON-Boys State Al- ternate, FFA 1-2-3-432 Thespians 3-4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Band 1-2-3-4. BONNIE PFEIFER-FTA 1-2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 4, Y-Teens Office Help 4, Scholarship 2-3-4, Tests 1-2-3-4, Junior Play Technical Crew. PATRICIA POPP-FTA 1-2, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Senior Play, WAR WHOOP 2-3, MIZPAH Staff, Junior Play, Scholar- ship Team 2-3-4. NANCY REDMON-Choir 1-2-4, FHA- 1, Science Fair Award 1, Prince of Peace 2. GARY RICHENDOLLAR-Basket- ball 2, Football 2-3, Track 2-3-4, Class Officer 2, Hi-Y 1-2-3, Band 1-2, Choir 2. CAROL SCHORR-FTA 1-2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4. ROBERT scorr-Basebaii 1-2-5-4, FFA 1-2-3-4, VAC 2-3-4"'. DENNIS SHIPMAN-Boys State, FFA 1-2-3-4"', Hi-Y 1-2-3-495, Track 1-3-4, Class Officer 2, Student Coun- cil 4'S, Science Fair Award 1, Typical Teen, Choir 1-4, MIZPAH Staff. TROY SMITH-National Merit Fi- nalist, Boys State Alternate, Science Fair Award 1-2-3, Track 4, Scholar- ship Team 1-2-3-4, Junior Class Play. WILLIAM SMITH-Golf 3-4, Hi-Y 3-4. KENNETH STALEY-Basketball 1- 2-4, Football 1-2-3-4, Most Valuable Player 3-4, All Conference, FFA 1-2- 3-4, VAC 2-3-432 Senior Play Stage Crew, Track 1-2-3-4. MARY SWARTWOOD-Librarian 2-3, Office Help 2, Y-Teens 3-4, Choir 2, Science Fair Award 2. SUE TENNANT-GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-424, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Office Help 1-3-4, Junior Play, Senior Play, WAR WHOOP 2-3, One-Act Plays 3-4. BEVERLY UNDERWOOD-Librar- ian 3, Thespians, One-Act Play 3, Band 1-2, Choir 1-2. TERRY VAN HOUTEN-Baseball 1-2, Basketball 1, Football 1, Hi-Y 1-2-3, Band 1. JOHN WAGNER-Basketball 1-2, Class Officer 2-4, Thespians 3-4"', Junior Play, Senior Play Technical Crew, Band 1-2, MIZPAH Staff, One- Act Plays 3-4. CHARLOTTE WEAVER-GAA 1-2- 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Ma- jorette 2-3-4. WILLIAM WIELAND-Golf 1-2-4, Hi-Y 4, Thespians 3-4, MIZPAH Staff, WAR WHOOP 3-4, National Merit Finalist, One-Act Plays.3-4, Boys State Alternate. HERBERT WREN-Class Officer 1-2-3, Student Council 1-2, Science Fair Award 1, Boys State Alternate, Scholarship Team 1-2. CAROL WRIGHT-Class Officer 1, Student Council 1, FHA 1, Y-Teens 2, Choir 1, Girls State, Prince of Peace 1, Scholarship Team 1-2. l0I Agfmeczwol Senior stage crew members get a breather during the two-night run of the play. Below-Senior choir members are few, but they are mighty. l l Cheerleaders vigorously lead the team followers in a cheer during the game with Prospect. -Sentinel photo Above-Let's take a look at who is in the jail. Mr. Bill Tuttle? Right-Judy Logan, president of the Y-Teens, lights the first candle at the annual initiation. I02 giuamliyl 94, 4, ,,,-w- - lemen My I03 Eiglmtlvg Qoob B. Archer D. Archer V. Ashbrook J. Ault R. Axthelm R. Baird V. Baldwin R. Beall N. Bennett P. Blose J. Bodman S. Brady M. Brinkman W. Brown D. Bunker E. Burson W. Calhoun G. Chubb M. Coonant V. Coning T. Conkle D. Covert R. Cunningham R. DeLong T. Ealey B. Estep R. Foltz I.. Fritz W. Garay J. George C. Giffin D. Griffith ' VV. Griggs V. Harris S. Hart K. High T. Hildebrand W. Hollingsworth L. Houpt H. Hughes S. Huston L. Ingmire W, r. 5, Q .f,,-: .wa if f 525 an V fu f fit i 1 ' : 1. ,,,,,. if fu 11 gvfl f A . . Q ' -hiv 1 Q gp m 1 r ,- -14 ,gm M. X M M :usa if jw Q58 MR. HARTSELL DODRILL Principal MRS. MARJORIE CONING Secretary MRS. FERN RILEY Special Education MR. JOHN BAUMAN Phys. Ed. MRS. MABEL BURNS English MRS. SARAH HUBBARD History-Geography MRS. ANNE IRICK Math-Geography MR. WILFORD KEIL Math-Science , . . MPM J. Smith K. Smith T. Smith M. Staley V. Staley L. Staup B. Strain J. Styer J. Styer L. Thomas C. Thornton S. Toot C. Ward R. Underwood R. Vail D. Warner . Weaston . Weber P. Wehr E. West B. Wones D. Zentler J T ROW' 1: B, Cronenwett, J. Rensch, D. Vail, L. Ingmire, S. Tott, C. Ward, M. Baird, D. Nicholson, B. Soulier V. Harris, C. Levering, C. Giffin, and N. Bennett. ROW 2: C. Thornton, J. Snyder, B. McClelland, B. Coldwell M. Harvey, R. Beall, J. Bodman, R. Foltz, G. Kincade, J. Hart, S. Brown L Bates C Shipman C Shirk S Bender, D. Hartpence, G. Craven, and S. Phillips. ROW 3: B. Calhoun, Bi Cody, J. Coning, S. Wehr, ij. Schrack T. Weber, P. Courtney, and Mr. Bloom. D. Avery S. Avery M. Baird M. Baker H. Baldwin J. Bartley I.. Bates M. Baughman S. Bender P. Brady D. Brocklesby S. Brown S. Brown L. Carpenter L. Castle T. Casto V. Chubb B. Cody B. Coldwell J. Coning G. Conkle G. Craven B. Cronenwett R. Cunningham 1 ROXV 1 B Cody J Keckler M Hedrick W Eulrich H Baldwin, J. Hart J Taylor M Dupler J Bartley D Avery M Farris J Geyer D Gerhardt and G Hobson ROW 2: B. Strain, T. Casto J Conmg B McCrea1y C Mosier B Soulier b Bender D Sipe F Fox S Hart J Weaston B Griggs, D. Wlarner, and P Courtney ROW 3 B Garay G Chubb V Staley M Leungs T Ealey S Owens G Noble W Hollingsworth,M Brinkman T Weber H Hughes R Beall V Hams and Mr Bauman ROW 4 J Smith D Vail G Craven, B. Shirley, S Phillips I. Phillips and W Saylor mud basketball ow schedule T. Dalrymple E. Densel K. Doup M. Dupler W. Eulrich L. Evans H. Farrington M. Farris D. Fate F. Fox L. Ganson D. Gerharclt J. Geyer M. Harvey J. Hart S. Hartman D. Hartpence S. Heacock M. Hedrick T. Higgins J. Hildebrand G. Hobson S. Huston J. Hutchinson J. Jagger C. James R. James C. Keckler J. Keil C. Kimball J. Kimmey R. Kisor T. Knox S. Koch B. Lee K. Levings S. Levings B. Linscott J. Long B. McClelland S. McCracken W. McCreary V ' PWJSWOL 9 Junior High Cheerleaders-FRONT ROW: Karen Smith, Vickie Chubb, Betsy Wones, and Vickie Ashbrook. BACK ROW: Patty Poetsch, Kay Tierney, Pam Klingel, and Marty Phillips. MRS. NANCY KENNEDY MRS. MAEEL PETERSON MRS, IULIA SHIRK Phys. Ed.-Health Teachers' Aide Reading-EU8l15h n unsung Manx f annum-n lat,-ir mmunsmvmmirmm .mmwwann v mu C C pwbw-is S. McColl E. McHugh R. Martin J. Mason L. Meddles D. Morgason . Mosier . Mosier M. Pfeifer P. Poetsch M. Price G. Redmon J. Rensch D. Rice D. Riffle C. Roberts S. Saylor C. Shirk M. Short S. Short D. Sipe K. Smith K. Smith V. Smith J. Snyder W. Soulier J. Taylor K. Tierney T. Trainer R. Troyer M. Ufferman S. Wehr H. Young D. Barler W. Bedwell F. Geyer J. Gheen W. johnson G. McClelland J. McPeek A. Mosier L. Noakes R. Smith -I. Williams Student Council Members FRONT ROW Steve Hart Tam Dalrymple Becky Cronenwett, and jerry Hart BACK MR. BILLY BISHOP, Sixth Grade MRS. HELEN BURGGRAF, Fifth Grade MRS. ESTHER DETROW, Third Grade MRS. ALICE DILLMAN, Third Grade set stwwhj MR. PAUL FURNISS, Principal MRS. EVELYN TAYLOR, Secretary MRS. MERLE ADAIR, First Grade MRS. GLADYS BURNSIDE, Fourth Grade MRS. 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Main Phone 972I Mounl' Gileacl DELIVERY SERVICE 122 I PEOPLES BANK I24I-Phone-239l FDIC Use our Drive-ln ancl Bank-by-Mail Mouni' Gilead and Cardingfon Member Faciliiies R.81H. Poor Coverings Say I+ Wi+l1 Flowers From BETZ FLORIST TELEGRAPH FLORIST We Deliver 0 Funeral Designs 0 Hospifal Arrangemenis 0 Corsages , "Pleasing you means our success' Wall-'l'o-Wall Carpefs, Linoleum, Rugs Draperies, Venelian Blinds, Painf 52 Sou+l1 Main. Phone 3705, Mouni' Gilead 203 .Elm S1'ree1', Mouni' Gilead, Phone 226I Complimenfs of AND ZER0 l-OCKERS CHARLES w. BIRDSONG New Par'l'y Shop Lockers For Renl' SOUTH STREET MOUNT GILEAD Where Oualily and Quan'I'i'l'y Meel' BUICK PONTIAC TEMPEST RAMBLER GULF STATION Member of Guaranleed Warranly Gulfpride Oil, Tires, Ba'H'eries Used Car Plan Phone l34I - Mounl' Gilead, Ohio 220 Sou-lh Main, Mounl' Gilead, Phone 978l 979l I FIRST NATIONAL BANK I7 Wesl High S'l'reel' Phone 906l Mounl' Gilead, Ohio Complimenis of COPPER KETTLE Norih Main Sireei' Mounf Gilead, Ohio BROLLIER'S CLEANERS Pick-up and Delivery Service J hn Campbell, whai have you been up io 'fhis Time? l 38 Soufh Main Sireeiu Mouni Gilead' Phone 9l0I ppose I should forgive you since ihese flowers came from KEITH'S FLOWER SHOP ai Edison. GENE FARRIS HAROLD ROBINSON The nexi lime, ii will 'lake more 'lhan Keiih's masi'er's Touch '59 Souih Main Sireei' qef you Ouf of a iam." Mouni Gilead, Ohio PHONE 675i GEYER'S SU PER DOLLAR MARKET 0 Finesi' Meals 0 Freshesi' Produce I Frozen Foods 0 Delicious Pasiries 0 Qualiiy Canned Goods' 0 Richesi of Dairy Producfs Easi' Marion Sireef Mouni' Gilead PHONE 970I W f. My-- ,L i,,, gf- Xie, , mmwmfmmM,fmsMwlg,.1,,u.u:, fi ',f.A, if.,,f,ifsi,,:wwiJ,1,Q N EWMAN'S MARATHON B. F. Goodrich Tires-BaI'Ieries Accessories PHONE 62I I Mouni' Gilead, Ohio Bes'I Wishes 'Io I'he Class of I962 BLOOMFIELD TV and APPLIANCES GENERAL ELECTRIC MAJOR APPLIANCES I Refrigerafors O Ranges I Freezers I Television O Record Players I Radios O AuI'oma'I'ic Washers Q Disposalls O AII EIec'Iric KITCHENS O FAMOUS FOR DEPENDABILITY FS. OOTTI M BI field demonslrales Ihe Ia'I'es'r console record player Io Barbara Richardson. I30 Sou+h Main S+ree'I' Phone 957I Mouni' Gilead, Ohio Con ra+uIaI'ions Io I'he glass of I962 CAMPBELLIS FURNITURE STORE Visii' us a+ our new . u and Modern Showroom Mounll. Gilead' Ohm NorI'h Main S'IreeI' Mounr Gilead, Ohio S+a'I'e Rou'I'e 6I NorI'h I26 "Nohce 'ro all slrey lcullens 'rhaf happen io make 'lhe scene of ih biology class-Mr. While sends Them io The veierinarian 'ro g l checked." Here Barbara and Max exhibi+ one frislcy lciiien who has be n checked ai NIXON and RIGGS Roufe 42 East Moun+ Gilead, Ohio, Phone 908I CAMPBELL'S AUTO SUPPLY FIRESTONE PRODUCTS lWhere +o Buy Theml Passenger-Truck-Trac+or Tires On-'I'he-Farm Tire Service 50 Souih Main in Mounf Gilead Besi' Wishes fo 'The Seniors of Mounf Gilead DYE'S FOOD MARKET I5 Soufh Main Sfreei' Phone 929I' Mouni' Gilead, Ohio ASMAN'S DRUG STORE 26 Soufh Main Phone 200I Mounf Gilead, Ohio lLillian While selecfs nail polish from one of Asman's cosmeiic lines. l I27 I4W SERVING ALL MORROW COUNTY Life LiaIoiIiI'y Aufo Fire Farm Homeowners Sick and Acciden+ Bonds SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY es'I' High Sfreei' Mounf Gilead, Ohio Phone 539I Compliments of NORTH ELECTRIC AND POWER EQUIPMENT Galion, Ohio BRIGHTEN YOUR FUTURE 1 , 'X . . wi+h a savings accouni' where only SIO a monI'h for I0 4-iyjyfei I A years aI' Ihe curreni' raI'e of Dividend will give you over rx , SI400. .U I, I FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Sou'Iheas'I'ern Corner of Ihe Square ' Galion, Ohio AH 'I' d y I d I' g d p g f d P Geyer. B b R h d d M H I h d 'rh I Y P P M I' G'I d-+I: b lc and h I d lc I KIRK'S DARI- DELITE r rain- eim- e in Frozen Cuslard Sofl' Drinks Sandwiches French Fries Nor'Ih Main S'I'reeI' Mouni Gilead, Ohio Phone 23I5 THE WORLD'S LARGEST MOTOR GRADER Model T-700 0 42,000 lbs. 220 I1.p. I ff? L- LL.- L 1 an TT IRM- f A .1 3-WHEEL "CHIEF" ROLLER I2fI4 fon-90 Imp. THE GALION IRON WORKS 81 MFG. CO. Galion, Ohio WEAVER'S IGA FOODLINER A Bigger and BeH'er Supermarkel' To Fill Your Every Need 0 Fine Meals 0 Qualify Groceries 0 Fresh Fruifs and Vegeiables 0 Supplies for Cook-Ours 0 A Comple+e Line of Frozen Foods 0 Every'I'hing for Complefe Dinners or Snacks ADD TO THESE- Fas+, Efficient Courfeous Service A'I' Lowes'I' Prices- lAlso: Plen+y of Parking Spacel 720 Marion Road Mouni' Gilead, Ohio Phone 92lI The Famous GLOBE HOTEL and DINING ROOM A PLEASANT COUNTRY INN NOTED FOR FINE FOOD BanqueI's . . . Par'I'ies . . . Calering cc Under I'he Personal Managemenl' of Bill McColl-Food Service 2I Nor'Ih Main S'I'reeI in Mouni' Gilead VA Mr. Roberl' Gladden, of Ihe VanaHa-Gladden In- surance Agency, poin+s ou'r Io Dwighl' Kirk 'rhe re- sponsibililies he should assume-when he receives his cIriver's license. NATTA-GLADDEN Since I947 II Wes? High Q P I Q GALION DAIRY QUEEN GALION, OHIO P 81 M DRIVE-IN MouNT GILEAD, oi-no B. B. TRAILER SALES Galion, Ohio BesI' Wishes Io Ihe Seniors REGULUS, INC. A Growing Indus'I'ry in A Growing Communify MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO Complimenls of Your "Hardware for Hardwear" al' 28 Sou'I'h Main in Mounl Gilead. Ohio Phone 962I GIST ELEVATOR Dealer in Corn-Wheal'-Soy Beans Oals-Cabs Comple+e Line of Feeds, Farm Supplies, Ferfilizers R. F. D. -ilfl Edison, Ohio Phone-CAledonia 207I Mr. Roberl Wagner clemonsirales a new 'rransislor radio To Max l-leimlich al WAGNER BROTHERS ELECTRIC Your Philco Dealer in Mouni' Gilead 8l Norih Rich, Mouni' Gilead, Ohio Phone 998I l33 CompIimen'I's of 'I'he SOHIO STATION Norrh Main S+ree'I Mounr Gilead, Ohio BOWEN'S JEWELRY 0 Keepsake Diamonds 0 Diamond Wa'Iches Bulova-HamiI+on-Elgin 0 Wa+ch Repair 0 Jewelry Repair 0 Experi' Engraving C Trophies and PIaques 37 Souih Main, Mounf GiIead. Phone SeI'+mg OHIO FUEL and GAS There's Nofhing Like a FLAME For MODERN LIVING I6 Sou'Ih Main Mouni- Gilead, Ohio SH ERMAN'S BARBER SHOP NorI'h Main SI'ree'I' Mouni' Gilead, Ohio THE MORROW COUNTY SENTINEL I 848 TO I 962 Morrow CounI'y's Leading Newspaper NEW EVERY THURSDAY GALA LAN ES I6 Modern Lanes Lounge-Fine Food For Reserva'I'ions Call HO 8-4747 PorI'Iand Way SouI'h GaIion, Ohio GAMB LES STORE See us for Your AuI'o Accessories Marion Road Mouni' Gilead, Ohio 4I42 I34 CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. Go W , 7 e ss' o soc IP-"ff 782 Charles S'I'reeI' Galion, Ohio THE WESTERN 'Marion Office Equipmenl' Company AUTO STORE Aulo Accessories Small Appliances PHONE DU 2-3620 Toyland II7 Norfh Main S+ree+ Marion, Ohio Soulh Main Slreef in Mounl' Gilead OTTERBACHER'S THE J. C. PENNEY CO. CpHEVROLET, INC. Everylhing for +he Home ancl Family The Home of Used Cars" Wesl' Cenfer Slreel' Marion, Ohio I44 SouI'h Main Sfreel' Mouni' Gilead, Ohio 92, JTEIX-lg-AEILSS WHISTONIS 2 JEWELRY PHARMACY 48 Sou'I'h Main SI'reeI' h l D TT I "'i' , Mounl' Gilead, Ohio P agrrazil -I-?:1es uly PHONE 3554 25 Sou'l'h Main Sfreel' Mounl' Gilead, Ohio Elgin Hamillon Bulova MOUNT GILEAD LUMBER CO. "PIeasing You Pleases Us" PHONE 923I Wesi' Nor+h Sfreei' Mounl' Gilead, O hio HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION l37 Soufh Prospecf Sfreef MARION, OHIO Home Loans Insured Sav F + Make Us a Parl' of Your u ure ings BENSON TV-RADIO SERVICE We Are Oualified Members of The Narion- wide Fair-Praciices "PeeI" Program . . . We Are PHOTOFACT-EQUIPPED ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS Fasi' Service-Service on AII Makes- AnI'enna Sysfems-Over 20 Years Experience- Edison, Ohio Phone 270I BENNETT'S Women's and ChiIdren's Ready-To-Wear and Shoes 'For 'Ihe Enfire Family PUBLIC SQUARE GALION, OHIO CompIimenI's of THE EDISON MARKET Edison, Ohio EVANS IMPLEMENT CO. Allis-Chalmers, New Idea New Holland Farm Equipmeni' PHONE 4I45 Edison, Ohio Good Luck 'I-o 'l'he Seniors COCA-COLA BO'I'I'LI NG COMPANY The Home of "The Pause Thar RSTFSSIIGSH MARION, OHIO ANDREWS DAIRY Grade A ProducI's Fancy Ice Cream Galion, Ohio Phone HO 8-3262 Congra+uIa+ions +o +he Seniors FARQUEAR orrlcs EQUIPMENT RoyaI Typewri'I'ers Vicfor Adding Machines MARION OHIO BAILEY'S BODY SHOP Body-Frame-RadiaI'or Work EDISON, OHIO Henry, Dick and Bob Bailey Nofhing, however cosfly, conveys so much fruly personal feeling as . YOUR PORTRAIT. Of course, if should be a recenf one. Have We Photographed You Lately? CUBBERLY STUDIOS 38If2 Soufh Sandusky Delaware Ohio THE UNION STORE "Bigger and Beffer Than A. Ever Before" Mounf Gilead, Ohio Phone 966I 967I BARBER PRESS Prinfing - Adverfising - Rubber Sfamps Office Equipmenf-Furnifure and Supplies School, Religious, and Arf Supplies. 39 Wesf Cenfer Phone 64II Mounf Gilead LONG'S SEED HOUSE Marion Road Mounf Gilead, Ohio M. CASTLE 8: CO. Sfeel Disfribufors l225 Easf Church Sfreef Galion, Ohio SNYDER HARDWARE Homeli+e Chain Saws Open Evenings BOLINGER IMPLEMENT John Deere Sales and Service E'-'llS0fI. Ohio Phone 3382 General Hardware - Sohio Producfs EDISON, OHIO PHONE I92l Compllmenls of Furni'I'ure Rugs Carpefs MARCELLAIS BEAUTY SALON Everybody Says "I+ Pays To Trade ai' BEECHER'S FROZEN CUSTARD STAND I MARION PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION LENNON'S' Marion, Ohio 259 Wes+ Cenfer Sfreei all in Mounf Gilead J. 8: H. SHOE STORE Public Square Galion. Ohio JOHN McANALL HOWARD DUDLEY TUTTLE'S NEWS GALION OHIO CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS! We a'r SIMS wish To ex+end 'l'o you our hear'l'ies'i' congra+ula'l'ions and besi' wishes for The many years 'I'o come X SIMS FERTILIZER PLANT Q O. Is. suI.LENDER ia .eq N:-52" 2 1- 'S M . I .- ,V 4 -c,..,.v. E 4 if + 4 N. C+ 4 1 'Q C f , 4 Manager Mouni' Gileacl, Ohio Phone 939i l38 Barb Richardson and Pam Geyer model some of Ihe IaI'esI beach wear al' THE WHITE HOUSE FIaHering Fashions Ihe Year Round Mouni' Gilead, Ohio Wes'I High Sfreef CompIimenI's of HAFFNER'S SC-SI.00 STORE SouI'h Main S'I'ree+ Mouni' Gilead, Ohio CompIimenI's of MORROW ELECTRIC CO-OP Mouni' Gilead Ohio JOHN JAGGER MOTOR SALES Ford - Mercury SALES - SERVICE Comei'-Mefeor-Monierey Falcon-Fairlane-Galaxie 45 SOUTH MAIN STREET Mounl Gilead, Ohio Phone 975I SID'S CLEANERS Free Slorage During Ihe Off-Seasons Mouni' Gilead, Ohio 29 Souih Main S+ree+ Phone 336I Your Hardware For Service NELSON HARDWARE Phone I57I 33 Sou+h Main Mounf Gilead, Ohio HICKSON INSURANCE "Serving All Morrow CounIy" Aufo-Farms-''Homeowners"-Life-Bonds Livesfoclc 22 Sou'I'h Main Phone 995I Mounl Gilead, Ohio I39 Bes+ Wishes Io Ihe Senior Class . GLEDHILL ROAD MACH I N ERY GALION o HIO CompIimenI's of JAN-REE BEAUTY SHOP, Edison, MORROW LANES, Cardingion, Oh AXTHELM-TURNER, Marion, Ohio OUAY'S DRUG STORE GLOBE CLOTHING STORE GALION BOWLING CENTER a o a ion, Ohio LII Whiie and Max Heimlich prepare for a Y- H I G I d I-Ii-Y picnic-wi+h refreshmenisf BEAL'S ROYAL BLUE FOITI YOU'LL CHEER THE BARGAINS YOU FIND WHEN SHOPPING WITH OUR PATRONS Oh Tlw WasTlww Below-Denny Gallagher gets a few pointers from the great Jack Nicklaus during his appearance at a golf tourna- ment. k u 1 Self-sustaining, unofficial club of "Bigarty" mem- bers present awards to outstanding athletes as Ron Kemnitzer is doing below to Ron Nixon and Jerry Ashbrook. Glenna Staley gets a tip about her lesson from Mr. Webb during shorthand class. Other class members are Bonnie Dilsaver, jean and Judy Ault, Phyllis Fuller, and Carol Lee. Right-Pat Popp as a lonely and frightened woman who thinks she is about to be murdered in the production, "Sorry, Wrong Num- ber." sfifw me i Right--More horseplay than stage play work goes on as John Wagner and Ken Staley can't get in the mood to get that stage scenery up for the senior play. i Left-jerry Lee makes a scampish entrance in his appearance as the brat in "George Washington Slept Here." mile, goufw Left-Seniors have mixed emotions during the practice for Commencement as evidenced by ex- pressions of Sharon Courtney, Bonnie Jackson, Martha Hildebrand, Judy Logan, and Lee Hunt. Below--Camera Capers of john Wag- ner and Mr. Cubberly. The question is, Max Heimlich wishes he were inside that beach towel the way Pam Geyer s s 31 4 K is passing out affection. Barb Richardson also seems to be enjoying herself. BelowsKendra Hardy and Sharon Courtney make minor repairs to Spring Concert deco- Below-Now really, Pat Geyer, you'll SC2ll'C the little kids with an expression like that! It does look like a pretty big needle, though. rations. I423 M ' ' Ameztemilii-Imsfsssasifimiiwif 1 ,ww if , Q , . ir 2 sfz.4eairiz,1ssi' if 1 Z ll Eg I U RightiDiana Baughman says, "Nyaaaah, we souncled horrible." Karen Osborn acts pleased. but Fat Blose isn't too sure how the performance went. "Wl1o took the picture?" We wonder if either got a picture. Belowglvlore seniors who can't Above-Donna Shade checks her notes during Y-Teens initiation while Jane Hunt, Margie Heacock, and Pat Geyer await their cues. Below-Mr. Bloom is the "greatest" to these members of his elementary instrumental music classes. quite force themselves to get that :scenery up are Ron Bader, Ron Kemn-itzer, and Joe Lancaster. F-tml - Even though the school year of 1961-62 is ended, we hope this forty-seventh edition of the MIZPAH will link your past with many fond memories. We have attempted to capture and record the varied activities of your high school days through pictures and articles. At this time, I would like to express my appreciation to Mr. Marvin Webb, our advisor, the Cubberly Studios, The Sentinel, Taylor Publishing Company, faculty members, and area merchants who have helped to make this edition possible through their patron-age. Also, I should like to rec- ognize my very reliable Assistant Editor-Mary Ellen Nixon, Patricia Popp-Business Manager, Karen Osborn, Advertising Manager, Candy Finley and john Wagner-Photographers, and all the other members of the staff. Most important, however, my sincerest thanks are extended to YOU, the subscriber. I trust that this volume will become one of your most-prized possessionsg and, if in future years while turning these pages, you should recall the many smiles, sorrows, and dreams of the past year, then we shall be content to know that we have attained our goal. Your satisfaction with this volume is our compensation. 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