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

 - Class of 1964

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M1 if 12 W ff ' Q H l ggi QQ M fi ifi 5 ,Ii yggig i g iiv Eggzgs gi jih w Q gain L fa M flak 4: gm yfyf, 1 - wa 159 M537 Mig , bg 1 Qgigkggwuf fiivggf if 5 -' E in 21,5 5 1 A :SQL in at 5 ,wy5l,5,f,Mi, VMQQWW 1,1 5 EW ,q L H A5 5 . ri W msgs? RAY MILLS, JR. D. C. NICHOLSON Superintendent of Schools High School Principal B.S., Wilmington College A.B., Ohio University M.A., Miami University M.Ed., Ohio University Left-Principal Nicholson and Supt. Mills view the main entrance to the new high school to be opened for stu- dents in the fall of 1964. MAXINE ASHBROOK, Secretary to Mr. Mills BARBARA HIGGINS, Assistant Secretary Administration sets curriculum and school policies The Board of Education is composed of men of various professions and vocations. Since they are sincerely interested in the edu- cational welfare of the students, they assure us that pertinent and necessary policies are adopted. School secretaries are an essential part of the school system. During one day's work, they may type several letters, issue special permits, and inform students of messages. Our secretaries, being always alert, cheerful, and ready to serve others, form a type of high school information center, which is both ap- preciated and Vital. EILEEN HART Secretary to Mr. Nicholson ROXANNA FRY Bookkeeper and Secretary JAMES KINCADE GEORGE JACKSON President Vice President c. R. GLADDEN JOHN GEYER Clerk J. ALLAN OVERFIELD RICHARD JAGGER Faculty introduces new methods of instructton BETTY ALVEY B.A., Malone College English I-Biology FERN BOWEN B.A., Marshall College Vocational Home Ec. DALE DAVID M.M.Ed., Drake Music J. W. BAUMAN M.Ed., Univ. of Houston Guidance JOHN CAMPBELL B.S., Otterhein Phys. Ed.-Driver Ed. MARTHA HUBBERT M.A., Columbia Mathematics R. S. BEARD B.S., Ohio State Vocational Ag. FLORENCE CLOUSE B.A., Findlay College Phys. Ed.-History JOHN HUDOCK A.B., Otterbein Study Hall Supervisor MARGARET BEARD B.S., Ohio State Study Hall Supervisor C. R. COOK B.A., Ohio Wesleyan Advanced Sciences DAVID KARLE B.S.Ed., Ohio Northern Industrial Arts and maintains students' interest through guidance BLANCHE KNACHEL JAMES D. MILLER VALESKA NICHOLSON B.A., Otterbein B.A., Otterbein B.S., Bowling Green English II-III French-World History High School Librarian CHARLES SWANSON MARVIN W. WEBB GERALD F. WHITE B.A., Ohio University B.S.Ed., Ohio University B.S., Marietta College Sciences-Math Business Education Biology The twenty-one persons listed on the staff of Mount Gilead High School boast a total of 262 years of overall experience. Of these years, 113 of them were served at Mount Gilead. Fifteen hold Bachelor degrees with four holding Master degrees and two are nearing completion of the MA degree. Twenty different colleges are represented by this group. The versatility and educational backgrounds of these teachers are two indications of the quality of instruction in the Mount Gilead High School. DORMAN PICKLESIMER, JR B.A., Morehead State Speech-Commerce KATHRYN WIELAND B.A., Otterbein College English III-IV ROBERT WIENTJES M.A., Xavier Government-History Many people are involved in behind-the-scene Mount Gilead Teachers Association Officers: Martha Hubbert, vice president, Sarah Hubbard, treasurer, Josephine Cerhardt, president, Florence Clouse, secretary, and Bernice Richardson, member-at-large. Office girls who so ably gave of their time for mis- cellaneous routine jobs are: ROW 1: Evelyn Ryan, Pam Geyer, and Carla Osborne. ROW 2: Pat Robinson, Judy Dalrymple, Sue Bailey, and Sherry Shelton. ROW 3: Betty Evans, Mary Wilson, Bonnie Fisher, and Susan Wertz. PTA Officers below are: Brinkman, secretary, Robert Chapman, vice president, and Bernice Southard, presi- dent. .loe Hubbert is treasurer. w Above-Mr. Harper at the door of the new food service truck. activities at school Right-Mr. and Mrs. Baker, who keep our building so clean, washing blackboards. love-Mr. Stevens trades his job of firing the school ilers for mowing the fast-growing grass. ight-Still fresh and smiling before the onslaught of mgry students and teachers are our cooks-Mrs. .lack- n, Mrs. Covert, Mrs. Blose, and Mrs. Hildebrand. Officers challenge classmates to attain higher goals l Above-.lohn Morton and Jerry Corbin "get the feeling" of wearing that cap and gown long before graduation ceremonies begin as they consult a representative of a cap-and-gown company. Below-Carla Osborne, Sue Bailey, Mary Brown, Roger Shepard, and Eugene Hollingsworth inspect their senior pictures that Mr. Cubberly has just delivered. Top-Betty Evans, Carla Osborne, ,lim Vail, and Don Staiger inspect commencement invitation samples during a class meeting. Above middle-Marvin Martin receives delivery of his invitations from Mr. Wilson, Josten representative. for the future Roger Craven President Treasurer, Student Council James Murray Vice President Marsha Fate Secretary T Karen Rizor Treasurer Kenneth Gerhardt President Student Council t Thomas Cotton Vice President Student Council Terry McColl Treasurer Student Council Seniors looked to thoughtfui study Marjorie Andrews Deborah Asman Janet Ault Sue Bailey Irene Beardsley Bonita Bennett Sharon B10CkS0m Rebecca Brehm Randy Brinkman Mary Brown George Bunker LHTTY Bums Sara Calhoun Rosemary Campbell Garry Casto Jerry Corbin Robert Cook Kenneth Crouse Michael Dalrymple Ruth Daniels Sandra Daugherty Roben Davis Robert DeLong Betty EV-HHS Susan Evans Sheila Ferrell Robert Fissell In sports and activities they also excelled Jacalyn Fox Dennis Gallagher Pamela Geyer Sandra Ghent Nancy Groves Mary HHCIISZCI Max Heimlich Ida Hershey Eugene Hollingsworth Rebecca Hubbard Barbara Jackson Sally Jordan Mary Kerr Linda Kincade Dwight Kirk Willingness to accept new ideas and U David Lester Sandra Levering Junior Levings Anne Logan Rheta Long Stephen Long Lana McConnell Diana McCreary Judy McHugh is a step toward becoming a successful person Samuel Malone Marvin Martin John Morton Roger Murray Ronald Nixon Carla Osborne Culture in various forms presented an opportunity Ricky Pinyerd Thomas Randall Phyllis Ransbottom Barbara RiChardSOH Connie Rist Patricia Robinson 20 Evelyn RYan Carroll Sears John Shade for creativity and self-expression Roger Shepard I an Snyder Stanley Southard Donald Staiger Linda Thomas Michael Trainer James Vail EdDith Vaughan Jacqueline West Lillian White CLASS COLORS: Blue and White CLASS FLOWER: Rose CLASS MOTTO: 4'They Conquer Who Believe They Can" CLASS SPONSORS: Dorman Picklesimer Kathryn Wieland Floyd Troyer Susan Wertz Virginia Wieland 22 Seniors face the future with mixed emotions - A girl should look her best at all times as attested by Pat Robinson in the above picture. rid Donned in their trade-mark "his and her sweaters," our "senior couple"-Anne Logan and Tom Cotton, engage in one of their serious discussions. Top scholars of the graduating class-Sue Bailey and Roger Craven are "up in the air" over graduation festivities. Hawk Dalrymple, above, crams for an exam during the hectic life of a senior. ,wiv-' Karen Rizor is certainly intent on getting her message across to Max Heimlich in study hall in the above pix. Now upperclassmen, juniors look forward t President V. President Secretary Treasurer Terry Wigton Lee McClelland ,loan Honaker Sherry Shelton Gary Buchanan Eddie Burns Marlee Carmean Pam Clapper Steven Cody Danny Coldwell Bal-ham Cooper Barbara Craven Robert Cumston Susan Alkire Mike Bachelder Richard Bachelder Linda Baker Linda Baughman Sharon Brush Linda Carpenter Carolyn Chandler Doris Chapman Larry Collins Linda Coning Danny Cook Judy Dalrymple Richard Davis Mary Detwiler 24 special events such as class plays and the prom Various money-making activities provide juniors opportunities to practice good salesmanship Joseph Sherman Phillip Shirk Mr. Hubbert and Jeff Logan keep hot dogs and hot chocolate supplied to the Dennis Sims Judy Sims refreshment stand via Walkie-talkie communications. Darlene Smith Timothy Smith .l0Ellen Sterritt Carl Thomas Ron Turner Ruth Van Buskirk Linda Vipperman Chuck Weaston Melissa Weller Robert Wertz Ken Williams Ira Wilson Mary Wilson Jim Wolfinger Patricia Wyrick NOT PICTURED Margaret Barlow, Pat Casto, Richard Higgins, Terry McPeek, Gregg Strain, Sandra Stratton, Linda Tierney, Kenneth Walton, and Charlotte West. 27 Sophomores, now adapted to high school lwmg, Bill Calhoun Jane Clark Mary Conant Virginia Coning Phil Courtney Diana Covert Robert Cunningham Bill Dallas Steven Hart President Barbara Archer Roger Axthelm Charlotte Baddley Elizabeth Mathews Vice President Ruth Baird Roger Beall Nancy Bennett Vicki Ashbrook Secretary Pam Blose Sandy Brady Marty Brinkman .lerry Bodman Treasurer Darlene Bunker Ellen Burson Vickie Burton step toward obtammg a future 193 CW 'H tllliifavwv? FM WLS Hai Q e 5, Q WLM - W wif . ' ,, 3323 - - Ziff: "'a'JfffVf+l5kwifil 515-5553 is "' i ,.,-ff kd,f,3f3.,',,4sfg,' yggwgr Ronald DeLong Michael Dilsaver Tim Ealey Pat Effland Ronald Evans Amhrus Ferguson Linda Fritz William Garay Janey George Kathy Giffin Judy Goff Kay Hardy Val Harris Donna Hershey Jerry Hershey Terry Hildebrand Wayne Hollingsworth Susan Hoover Lynn Houpt Herb Hughes Stephan Huston Phyliss lreland Mary Jo Jagger Gary Kehrwecker Ordering class rings gives the Sophomores M' swift if li A X' Nix- fs rg r Q. . ., .. -AN.. ., t - , - -J . frlfiwififwarf a-v i z - Q2 Mike Keil Russell Kerns Gary Kincade Pam Klingel Sandy Kubbs Ralph LaI1d0I1 Ca1'0liI1C Lentz Connie Levering Barbara Logan Janet McPeek Lester Malone Laffy Martin Jill Matson Mary Miller Richard Newman Diane Nicholson Lynn Owen' 'ROD Patterson Larry Phillips Martha Phillips Steven Phillips Suzy Piercy Ronnie Rist Clifton Sampson Eddie Sayers Judy Schrack David Shade Nelson Shaffer 30 eeling of truly being a part of MGHS Carol Shipman Bob Shirley Sharon Shirley Tim Shoewalter Renee Sims Mary Ann Slavik Tom Smith Mary Staley Virgil Staley Robert Steck Blair Strain Judy Strait Aneda Taulbee Linda Thomas Carol Thornton Sandra Toot ROI1ald UI1Cl6I'W00d Richard Vail Cindy Ward David Warner J im Weaston Terry Weber Patti Wehr Edward West Becky Wilcox Betsy Wones Dustan Zentler Not Pictured James Ault Debra Byrums William Griggs Marie Lawyer Mary Petrie John Thompson 3I Tam Dalrymple Steve Bender Jenny Long Mary Baird President V. President Secretary Treasurer Freshmen face new experiences and guided study toward higher learning Patsy Ellis Mary Elkin Linda Evans Helen Farrington Debra Fate Richard Foltz Frank Fox Loretta Ganson David Gerhardt John Geyer Libby Gilliam Dixie Griffith George Grile Jerry Hart David Hartpence Martina Harvey Sharon Heacock Mike Hedrick Tom Higgins Keith High Janet Hildebrand Gary Hobson Mike Hobson Sally Huston Judy Jagger Christina .lames Robert James Clarence Keckler Jim Keil Carol Kimball After some adjustment, Freshmen ftnd Htgh School a, friendl Teresa Knox Barbara Lee Betty Linscott Barbara Lykins Edna Malone Randy Martin John Mason Bonnie McClelland Sharon McColl Sharon McCracken Edna McHugh Mike McKinney Alice Mosier Christine Mosier Charles Mosier Steve Owens Don Patterson Mike Pfeifer Judy Phillips Karen Ransbottom Gloria Redrnon Judy Rensch Don Rice Darrol Biffle Carolyn Roberts Kerri Salisbury Lewis Sarr Bertha Saylor Walter Saylor David Sipe and sometimes exciting place Calvin Shirk Frank Slavik .lim Smith Karen Smith Vickie Smith John Snyder Bill Soulier Larry Staup Torn Taylor Kay Tierney Tom Trainer Richard Troyer Sandi Wehr Kristine Wood Howard Young Richard Young ' an John Zxmmerm Right-Gary Craven might try to make us believe of his avid interest in astronomy, but we'd sooner believe the interest here happens to be a girl across the street. NOT PICTURED Darlene Ghent, J im Kimmey, and Bonnie Steck Right-Virginia Wieland points to a city on a French map which is the home of her pen pal. Carol Kimball, Linda Baughman, and .lo Anne Minton await their turns to designate the homes of their French pen pals. Language is the true ar Left-ls it any wonder Ken Gerhardt was elected president of Student Council when he gives forth with such orations as in speech class. Right-Eddie Vaughan instructs her calf to be on good behavior in speech class while she pre- sents her demonstration speech. Mary Kerr, right, drafted accomplice, holds the reins. 36 Left-Sophomores enrolled in French II study their scripts as Mr. Miller monitors the master control panel. f human communication Right-Mike Dupler presents a report during freshman English class. Frosh students pictured are Barbara Lykins, Tom Higgins, Martina Harvey, and Judy Rensch. Left-JoAnne Minton, Bonnie Garverick, Alan Kramer, and Denny Hartpence during a panel presentation in English III. One major project of English II was the study of SILAS MARNER. Pictured at right are stu- dents with posters and articles and posters pre- pared by them for use in carrying out the story. Girls are: Sandy Kubbs, Vickie Ashbrook, Kay Hardy Linda Thomas, Mary Conant, Mary Staley, Lynn Owen, and Linda Fritz. Front-Jill Matson. Boys who brought articles to aid in pre- sentation are: Phil Courtney, Roger Axt- helm, Les Malone, Wayne Hollingsworth, Jerry Bodman, Ed Sayers, and Tom Smith. Front-Ambrus Ferguson. New skills, widened political interest, and physica Highlight of the year for social studies classes probably was the trip to Otterbein college where studentswparticipated in' a mock Republican convention. As can be seen hy the placards, Mount Gilead students were for Lodge. Right center-Lillian White points out current study area for world history instructor, Mr. Miller. Below-Bruce Kelly and Marjorie Houpt place individual maps on bulletin board for American history classes. itness are introduced to the student A knowledge of Math and Science is necessary in an ag. Left-Judy McHugh watches Mary Anne Brown replace a loose toothpick on a reindeer in the Christmas display that the girls constructed for geometry class. Right-Vickie Ashbrook and Gary Kincade, geometry students prove that their course comes in handy when it comes to making decorations for a Christmas tree. Left Terry Hildebrand, Pam Blose, and B111 Calhoun "operate" on their lab man. Can you guess Mr. White's reaction? of widened horizons Right-A lab session of physics class finds Eddie Lou Vaughan, Max Heimlich, and Dwight Kirk testing a specific heat of metals. Right-Shirley Ratliff and Jim Ault are not quite sure they see in the microscopes exactly what Mrs. Alvey says they should see during biology lab. Left-Mr. Cook supervises chemistry students, Dana Heacock and Sherry Shelton during lab period in determin- ing emperical formula of copper sul- phide. Students profit greatly from Above-Steve Brown makes the shavings fly with that plane in industrial arts. Right-Dennis Brockleshy works with the lathe while Steve Owens stops to talk to Richard Troyer. Below left-Jim Ault inspects his pen of registered Poland China swine, which is his project in vocational agriculture. Below right-Virgil Staley displays his market lamb to instructor, Mr. Beard, who also happened to he the photographer. ractical experiences in Home Ec, Shop, and Agriculture High displays his tack he wlll use when he shows his at the fairs. Right-Keith Sterritt, local florist, ex- plains to advance home economics girls proper proportions for flower arrange- ments. Doris Chapman, Mary Haenszel, who placed first in the flower arrange- ment contest judged by Mr. Sterritt, Kathie Gornpf, and Cheryl Gattshall listen to his instructions. Above-Christmastime brings good things to eat and the freshman home economics class believes in being in style. Marsha Baughman and Judy Phillips place cookies on the table while Gloria Redmon, Bonnie Steck, and Alice Mosier tend to other cooking chores. A scene, such as the one at right, takes place in the auditorium each day during eighth period as Mr. David directs the high school choir. uPractice makes perfect A little extra practice on some difficult passages for the French horns is in process at left for Phil Shirk and Carry Casto with Mr. David assisting. Mr. Picklesimer's first-year typing class works like demons on those budgets to get them in on time and beat the deadline. in Music and Business K In the bulletin board poster at right that Becky Brehm and Sandy Daugherty are finishing, t shorthand replaces the fabled diamond as a gir1's best friend. Sharon Johnson sets the scene of the playlet en- acted during a telephone conversation between Carla Osborne and Evelyn Ryan. Sandy Daugherty, switch- board operator, gives the girls the busy signal once in awhile as the student learns the proper use of the telephone via aid of a tele-trainer. Betty Evans, Diana McCreary, and Sue Evans complete letters dictated from an IBM Executary transcriber. Each girl in office practice was re- quired to complete a three-week ses- sion on the machine. my . 5,516 fi- f gm. ,:,- V 5 i ,mm HY 'M f-'f:i':E:5fh' 'ssZffi2f'Lf"1sHv22'l M-1s:4,,?V I ., . if, -I 1:fqw,,wf f Q K ,.,, ,N I-24,vf,f-Z Gif?" . .,fx'Jiff,,f12gm2f1:1,lhgfff t - , :M-2'fgz,':w'ms4. 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ROW 2: David Warner, Tom Cotton, Terry McColl, and Roger Craven. ROW 3: D. C. Nicholson and Ken Gerhardt. Among the many useful services performed by of the homecoming festivities and the annual the Student Council are the arrangement of Christmas party. school dances and assemblies, and the planning LefthA visiting lecturer ex- plains the principle of the gyro- scope to Ken Gerhardt at a student council-sponsored as- sembly. Right-.lim Wolfinger and Max Heimlich have trouble with their big bicycles at Christmas party. ro the school and the surrounding community ROW 1: D. Kirk, J. Corbin, R. Craven, K. Gerhardt, M. Dalrymple, M. Heimlich, M. Trainer, and S. -Southard. ROW 2: D. Hubhert, D. Sims, J. Vail, D. Gallagher, Mr. Swanson, R. Pinyerd, J. Wolfinger, and M. Bachelder. ROW 3: G. Strain, D. Rensch, S. Dumbaugh, L. McClelland, B. Kelly, T. Griffith, K. Williams, and R. Geyer. ROW 4-: B. Calhoun, D. Warner, P. Courtney, D. Zentler, E. Burns, R. Eckard, and S. Riggs. Below-Tom Griffith, Max Heimlich, Jim Vail, Dwight Kirk, Ken Gerhardt, Tom Cotton, Rick Pinyerd, and Mike Dalrymple stack the balloons that they will sell for henefit of the heart fund. Right-Gregg Strain receives a donation on a downtown street corner. Y-Teens promote spiritual life for club members Above-Jan Snyder and Diana present corsages to Judy Schrack and Wehr at formal initiation. Above-Advisers, Mrs. Wieland and Mrs. Knachel and cabinet members, Mary Kerr, Pam Clapper, Anne Logan, Virginia Wieland and Doris Chapman. ROW 1: C. Osborne, S. Blocksom, M. Brown, S. Levering, S. Ferrell, S. Bailey, J. Snyder, B. Bennett, J. Ault, S. Calhoun, R. Long, S. Jordan, B. Brehm, K. Rizor, L. White, J. McHugh, and E. Ryan. ROW 2: P. Geyer, N. Groves, C. Rist, B. Jackson, D. Asman, R. Daniels, L. Kincade, D. McCreary, E. Vaughan, S. Ghent, M. Fate, P. Robinson, I. Beardsley, J. West, M. Andrews, L. Baker, and L. Tierney. ROW 3: V. Miller, S. Alkire, M. Carmean, C. Place, C. Hull, B. McGraw, M. Weller, L. Coning, J. Sterritt, J. Honaker, L. Knachel, M. Halbert, P. Wehr, C. McCurdy, J. Schrack, and M. Lawyer. ROW 4: R. Van Buskirk, L. Houpt, R. Wilcox, B. Garverick, B. Fisher, N. Long, J. Sims, N. Levering, L. Kline, B. Craven, J. Porter, K. Nesbitt, P. Wyrick, D. Smith, M. Houpt, N. Bennett, and M. Jagger. ROW 5: J. Long, S. Hoover, C. Baddley, C. Thornton, B. Wones, J. George, S. Brady, L. Owen, C. Levering, K. Hardy, S. Kubbs, V. Ashbrook, C. Cifiin, P. Blose, S. Piercy, M. Phillips, and L. Fritz. ROW 6: P. Ireland, V. Burton, L. Mathews, J. McPeek D. Nicholson, V. Coning, C. Shipman, D. Covert, M. Staley, M. Petrie, R. Sims, C. Ward, P. Klingel, M. Slavik, S. Toot, M. Conant: and B. Logan. Right-Marsha Fate, Mary Kerr, Virginia Wieland, and Anne Lo- gan have their bags packed and are waiting for transportation to the train enroute to New York City and the UN Study Group. Right middle - Advisors-Mrs. Wieland and Mrs. Knachel keep an eye on activities at picnic. Lower left-Teeners prepare to decorate the Christmas in the center hall. Lower right-Picnic finds mem- bers dressed in their very best "garbs." "Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit saith the Lord of Hosts," is the motto of the World YWCA, of which our local Y-Teen organization is a part. The Y-Teens have three basic goals: "to grow as a personf, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities," and "to grow in knowledge and love of God." The Y- Teen purpose which has grown out of the YWCA purpose, is 'cto build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the talk of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians." Each year, in order to further world understanding, the organization sponsors outstanding club members for a tour of the United Nations building in New York City. Y-Teen colors are blue and whiteg the emblem being a triangle with YWCA inscribed on it. Initial club membership last fall was 108. Future Nurses get u preview of what ROW 1: V. Ashbrook, J. Long, L. Coning, C. Chandler, L. Fritz, P. Wyrick, N. Levering, and M. Wilson. ROW 2: S. Ferrell, P. Blose, B. Bennett, B. Craven, J. Porter, J. Sims, R. Hinton, V. Burton, and S. Houston. ROW 3: P. Geyer, M. Carmean, G. Conkle, M. Petrie, C. West, B. Garverick, M. Houpt, P. Robinson, and B. Lykins. ROW 4: S. Wehr, K. Tierney, C. Lentz, K. Ransbottorn, I. Beardsley, J. Rensch, K. Doup, B. McClelland, and L. Houpt. ROW 5: E. Vaughan, J. McHugh, S, Piercy, V. Miller, R. Daniels, J. Sterritt, M. Halbert, R. Campbell, and M. Lawyer. ROW 6: Mrs. Alvey, V. Smith, B. Linscott, A. Logan, P. Clapper, B. Jackson, J. Long, and E. McHugh. Right-Carolyn Chandler presents EdDith Vaughan with Future Nurses Scholarship. Below-Rheta Long fills an ice container for a patient. CIJUCL nursing demands via candystriping CANDY STRIPERS-Front-Ruth Daniels, Barbara Craven, Bonnie Garverick, Carolyn Chandler, and lglarlee Carmean. BACK: Sheila Ferrell, Judy McHugh, Bonnie Bennett, Irene Bearsdsley, and Charlotte est. Left-"Chunky" Chandler about to enter a patient's room with supper. rr' --- -- --- -.-H. 1 . F TA members are presented opportunity ROW 1: S. Jordan, S. Calhoun, D. Asman, B. Fisher, L. Kline, K. Rizor, Mrs. Hubbert, M. Fate, B. Logan, J. West, M. Kerr, S. Levering, and V. Wieland. ROW 2: N. Long, L. Knachel, B. Coldwell, M. Elkin, J. George, L. Mathews, C. Giffin, S. Heacock, M. Harvey. M. Weller, and N. Bennett. ROW 3: K. Smith, B. Wilcox, G. Place, R. Sims, D. Smith, R. Vail, T. Weber, P. Effland, M. Staley, C. Shipman, and P. Wehr. Below-Liz Mathews and Renee Sims present an apple to Mr. Swanson on 'Teacher Appreciation Day." Right-FTA President, Karen Rizor, officially welcomes Martina Harvey to Q the chapter by pinning a corsage to her shoulder. ctual teaching experiences in the classroom The FTA fFuture Teachers of Amer- ical, established in 1937 at an NEA meeting in Detroit, has been an active organization in Mount Gilead since 1957, when it was founded by Mr. Paul Furniss. Consisting of forty-one members, the organization allows the individual to decide if his interest in the teaching pro- fession is genuine. Each year the organization, headed by Martha Hubbert, presents a scholar- ship to a deserving student who aspires to become a teacher. Black, white, and flame red are the FTA colorsg the organization's emblem is a shield upon which rests a symbolic of the lamp of learning. Above-Ellen Burson, sophomore, teaches reading to a group of second graders during a study hall. Rlght-Mrs. Hubbert presents the FTA scholarship to Lillian White. Mary Kerr, right, was named alternate. Below-President Karen Rizor poses with the two lone male members of the club, Terry Weber and Dick Vail. M-Wtsmm-me-W Y The FFA encourages leadership, cooperation, and community spirit ROW' 1: J. Keil, J. Mason, V. Staley, T. McPeek, L. Staup, E. Sayers, K. Salisbury, J. Kimmey, and C. Thomas. ROW 2: K. High, J. Smith, R. Goff, R. Wertz, Mr. Beard, G., Bunker, R. Fissell, T. Trainer, and R. Martin. ROW 3: D. Hartpence, R. Beal, J. Ault, R. Shirley, M. McKinney, R. Underwood, and M. Keil. Bob Fissell, R. Wertz, and D. Goff inspect the treasurer's book under the probing eye of Mr. Beard. Leadership, cooperation, and community spirit are essential to the well being of every person. The FFA CFuture Farmers of Americal enables high school boys who are interested in agriculture or related occupations to obtain training important to this field. This year the club received gold awards in the state chapter con- test, parliamentary procedure con- test, and top secretary and treas- urer's books in a four-county area. There are 25 members partici- pating in the club this year. FFA Queen Mary Haenszel, senior, is pictured above with members of her court: Judy Jagger, freshman, Cindy Ward, sophomore, Queen Mary, and Norma Levering, Junior. First place, or gold awards abounded in the chapter this year as attested by the bulletin board display at left. Below left-Dave Hartpence begins grooming on his regis- tered Corriedale ewe. Below right-Richard Goff pauses for Mr. Beard's camera while working with his project of machinery repair. Banquet, County Ralltes Top Left-ROW 1: C. McCurdy, J. Ault, J. Scott, and Marlene Halbert. ROW 2: J. Phillips, H. Farrington, M. Haenszel, B. Hubbard, and J. Matson. ROW 3: J. Strait, J. Goff, C. Holt, L. McConnell, and S. Wertz. ROW 4-: J. Sterritt, K. Wood, C. Conkle, J. Dalrymple, and l. Hershey. ROW 5: S. Alkire, D. Chapman, J. Long, and S. Brush. ROW 6: C. Cattshall, D. Bunker, D. Her- shey, and V. Miller. ROW 7: L. Vipperman, K. Gompf, and C. Cattshall. Below Left-Carolyn McCurdy, chapter vice president, aids Helen Farrington with re- ports for her chapter degree. Below Right-Jean Scott, secretary, and Janet Ault, president, prepare a list of com- mittee members for the banquet. nd State Convention highltght year for FHA Right-Judy Goff, Judy Dalrymple, frontg Marlene Halbert, Jean Scott, Janet Ault, and Carolyn McCurdy rehearse with FHA symbols for banquet ceremonies. Right center-Janet Cecketti styles Kris Woi0id's hair for chapter members. Below left-Judy Long and Mrs. Bowen wait impatiently for two other chapter members so they can be on their way to the state con- vention in Columbus. Below right-Heading for a county rally and waiting for other members and the bus driver, are chapter members-Cheryl and Carol Gatt- shall, Helen Farrington, Judy Dalrymple, Jill Matson, Kathie Gompf, Jean Scott, and Mar- lene Halbert, front rowg Judy Long and Car- olyn McCurdy, middle rowg and Judy Goff and Janet Ault, back row. GAA members add Bowling and Swimming parties t MSX , ft ltr. ft? -"'- if ...J ' P , V ,,, f . f 1 5 We A"' 2 f ' 'li' ' ROW l: J. George, M. Phillips, S. Brady, H. Jagger, Wehr, C. Shipman, and V. Coning. ROW 2: R. Sims, P. J. Mcpeek, S. Kubths, , - af .2 .-fi W,Mg7,? .1 x Taxa? fir I s ,ef 1 Ag it asf Q np... .ik an !! 10' , it 3 aa' 2. M. ,as MW f -' ,, Ii i it Lx . l izmfi:-i',Q'4... ,. fn . ii.. ' .- M Q. . 1-irfz . , "wie 5 J 1 I X V,..5:Ql:-gp ,' 25:53. :g3W,j,g5ei1 154, 9. K., K.,-:., . ,, 235W-CTfQ:nsw"a 'f I-ffiy ' 1'1" t:"."?.4Z ' ' ff . 2 .fiefif We was Q. . ' iff' . 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I ' "" ' N s M iff -illgfzff, f -1' ' -is .NH tv h ,,., ,Q ,,4hV 9. ,fait ,. -z4stx ew5ta.f f -'f- -. we .fs-wh at ss5ff?e..e..s:m. :.e. . 133,333 L. Owen, S. Piercy, Pam Klingel, C. Ward, P. Ireland, M, Slavik, M. Lawyer, L. Fritz, S. To-ot, D. Covert, L. Houpt, M. Conant, C. Levering, M. Staley, K. Hardy, B. Logan, and E. Mathews. ROW 3: D. Asman, R. Daniels, N. Bennett, V. Ashbrook, S. Levering, M. Brown, M. Haenszel, M. Petrie, E. Vaughan, A. Logan, P. Blose, V. Wieland, M. Kerr, S. Hoover, and E.. Ryan. ROW 4: I.. White, M. Fate, J. Ault, K. Rizor, S. Jordan, S. Calhoun, B Bennett D McCreary B Wilcox and J. McHugh. J ' J ' J ' ' Right-Bonnie Coldwell prepares to try for a strike during a howling session. Below--Becky Cronenwett gets instructions from Mrs. Clouse in the proper method of "serving" during a volleyball game, During the last few years when the importance of physical fitness has been stressed for youth, the GAA at Mount Gilead High has provided this extra-curricu- lar activity, especially for junior and senior girls. The organization of 108 girls places emphasis on friendly competition and fair play. agenda, thas providing relaxation and exercise Above Suzy Piercy and Vickie Ashbrook try to upset one another as Lmda Fritz and Diana Covert provide the foundation. Right-Mrs. Clouse, Nonna Levering-vice president, Mary Kerr-president, Sharon McColl-secretary, Pam Blose-secretary, and Barbara Craven-treasurer. ROW 1' Brown B. Linscott M. Harve G. Conkle T. Knox J. Lon B. Cronenwett, K. Smith, S. Heacock, V. Chubb, and Cooper, J. Long, K. Gompf, J. Goff, B. Craven, J. Porter, N. Levering, P. Wyrick, P. Clapper, M. Detwiler, J. Strait, and D apman. - J- , . Y, . , g, S. Wehr. ROW 2: M. Baker, E. McHugh, R. Cunningham, K. Doup, S. McCracken, H. Farrington, B. Lykins, D. Fate, J. Jagger, K. Tierney, K. Wood, B. Coldwell, and M. Elkin. ROW 3: T. Dalrymple, S. Brush, M. Carmean, S. Alkire, S. McColl, L. Haenszel, R. Van Buskirk, L. Baker, L. Tierney, J. Hildebrand, B. Lee, J. Phillips, J. Rensch, and B. McClelland. ROW 4: VAC initiates scholarship for outstandin ROW 1: J. Murray, R. Nixon, and D. Gallagher. ROW 2: E. Geyer, L. Furniss, K. Williams, D. Coldwell, J. Orshorn, Griffith, D. Frayer, and R. Bachelder. ROW 3: S. Long, R. Brinkman, M. Heimlich, J. Vail, K. Gerhardt, T. Cotton, J Levings, M. Dalrymple, and T. Wigton. ROW 4: S. Hart, W. Hollingsworth, J. Weaston, P. Lee, D. Sims, J. Coning, C Weaston, R. Eckard, and V. Harris. The VAC fVarsity Athletic Clubl strives to promote interest in athletics, leadership, and sportsmanship. Each year the club presents an ath- lete-of-the-year award to the student who has excelled in all sports. This year, the VAC also initiated a scholarship for 3100 for an out- standing college-bound athlete. Ken Gerhardt, Val Harris, and Junior Levings examine sweatshirts that VAC members sold to boost their treasury. thlete of the year Right-Mr. Campbell presents the VAC award for the outstanding athlete of the year to Ron Nixon. Ken Gerhardt and Max Heimlich study the VAC Scholarship Award of 5550 that each boy received as outstanding senior VAC members. Ken Williams evidently thinks that selling popcorn is warm work -especially when Jim Weaston and Dave Frayer are doing the work. Phil Lee and Steve Hart seem interested elsewhere. Right-Evelyn Ryan checks copy with Carla Osborne while Terry McColl checks on both the girls. Yearbook staff work Left-Photographer Bob Hershner and Co-editor Virginia Wieland get a good laugh from a picture of Mr. Karle getting dunked in the shower. Left-Sue Bailey, Chairman of the Subscrip- tion Committee, gives her committee of Diana McCreary, Sandy Levering, Janet Ault, Ruth Daniels, and Becky Brehm a briefing on the progress of MIZPAH subscription sales. Lligently to record memorable moments for all Right-Mary Kerr, Chairman of the Advertising Committee, and Pat Rob- inson, Co-editor, check copy and pic- tures for the advertising section. ,, The Staff Co-editors Patricia Robinson and Virginia Wieland Business Manager Betty Evans Student Photographer Robert Hershner Professional Phgtggraphy David Karle and Cubberiy Studios Copy Committee Terry McColl, Chairman Carla Osborne and Evelyn Ryan Advertising Sales Mary Jane Kerr, Chairman Debbie Asman, Bonnie Bennett, Susan Evans, Marsha Fate, Sally Jordan, Linda Kincade, Dwight Kirk, Barbara Richardson, and Karen Rizor Subscription Sales SUB Bailey, Chairman Right-Betty Evans, Busi- ness Manager, instructs the advertising sales committee on the cost of advertising units. Left to right: Susan Evans, Sally Jordan, Linda Kincade, Dwight Kirk, Kar- en Rizor, Debbie Asman, Marsha Fate, Barbara Rich- ardson, and Bonnie Bennett. Janet Ault, Becky Brehm, Ruth Daniels, Sandy Levering, Rheta Long, and Diana McCreary ROW 1: Mr. Picklesimer, D, Kirk, M. Heimlich, J. Logan, D. Hubbert, R. Pinyerd, P. Shirk, and L. McClelland. ROW 2: J. Snyder, P. Robinson, D. Asman, B. Bennett, M. Fate, L. White, J. West, and M. Kerr. ROW 3: J. McHugh, J. Kemnitzer, T. Smith, B. Hershner, D. Gallagher, S. Southard, J. Wolfinger, J. Highsmith, M. Dalryrnple, and L. Tierney. ROW 4: M. Weller, L. Coning, .l. Honaker, L. Knachel, C. Chandler, L. Kline, S. Brush, J. Sims, N. Long, and L. Carpenter. "Act 'well your par The theatre has always proved a source of cultural enlighten- ment and achievement. In 1960, Mr. Dorman Pickle- simer established the local chap- ter of the National Thespian So- ciety. Since that time, the club, with a present membership of 42, has yearly presented three one-act plays to appreciative audiences. Also included in the Thespian pro- gram are several oral interpreta- tive readings. The purpose of the National Thespian Society is to further the interests of the educational theatre in the secondary school. Constantly reminding the Thes- pians of their high goals are: the theatre rnasques of comedy and tragedy, also, the Thespian motto, 'cAct well your part, there all the honour liesf' D -S ww 5 'ZQ I 5 Q 119 f i 'sig -3 ,x E E T15 45? mimi NEFF 3 Aa Juniors, Seniors offer superior productions of "Jenny Kissed Me Miss Stearns fSharon Brushl presents Father Monihan CBoh Hershnerl with clothes for the Polish Relief Fund and his "favorite dish," pine- apple rice. Below-Owen, right, CLee McClellandJ informs Michael Him Wolfingerl that ". . . and I might add, she's a mighty good armfulf' Above-Father Monihan fumes while thinking of Mrs. Deazy's pleadings to have Jenny stay at the rectory. Father Monihan comments to Mrs. Deazy CLinda Klinel on the changes in Jenny since she came to live with them. ga Q 0 0 gm 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 Librarians construct displays which create an 4 2 ' ' E A I., , ROW 1: L. Tierney, S. Ghent, C. Shipman, P. Blose, Mrs Nlcholson S Brady S Leverm and J West ROW 2 C Kimball, D. Bunker, K. Nesbitt, L. McConnell, J. Sims S Ferrell and L Evans ROW 3 lVI Halbert A Logan B Lykins, C. Rist, N. Groves, L. Thomas, N. Bennett, and S McColl Below-Mitzie, the library mascot, took her job seriously as Overseer to see that the books were packed properly. if o .-W1 i s rler:nrn,t1,1ae rltmnsnhere Left above-Mary Conant poses with her castle that she constructed as part of the library Christmas decorations. Right above-Linda Tierney checks through the card file of due books as she works the circulation desk. Right-Jackie West, Sandy Levering and Sharon McColl help Mrs. Nicholson with the seemingly endless job of pack- ing books for the big move to the new building. Right below-Carol Kimball, Barbara Lykins, Jackie West, and Karen Nesbitt add finishing touches to library decora- tions for the Christmas season. Indian Marching Band sparks spirit at grid events BIAJORETTES-Doris Chapman, Bonnie Bennett, Sandy Toot, Debbie Asman, and Becky Brehm. Right--Barbara Craven-Drum Majorette. BAND PERSONNEL-Opposite Page-ROW 1: B. Craven. ROW 2: D. Chapman, B. Bennett, S. Toot, D. and B. Brehm. ROW 3: Mr. David D. Hubhert, J. Mosier. D- Haripence, E- Vaughan, J- West, and C- Shipman- 4: R. Daniels, C, Giffin, J. Sims, C. Levering, S. Ghent, and C. Shirk. ROW 5: B. Jackson, M. Kerr, S. Brown, D. C. Casto, and P. Shirk. ROW 6: B. Wilcox, B. Cronenwett, M. Carmean, P. Wyrick, B. Lykins, and J. Rensch. 7: J. Wolfinger, T. Weber, N. Bennett, L. Haenszel, S. Wehr, and K. Tierney. ROW 8: S. Levering, C. Ward, M. Schrack, D. Nicholson, and C. Baddley. ROW 9: L. Knachel, B. McClelland, M. Harvey, D. Smith, N. Long, and ROW 10: J. Snyder, S. Alkire, T. Smith, B. Hershner, R. Long, and C. Thornton. SENIORS-Front - Ruth Daniels, Mary Kerr, Barbara Jackson, Garry Casto, Ed- Dith Vaughan, Sandy Lever- ing, and Sandra Ghent. Back-Rheta Long, Debbie Asman, Bonnie Bennett, Becky Brehm, and Jackie West. At concert time, the works of great composer Trumpets and Cornets-Mary Kerr, Jerry Hart, Jerry Bodman, Steve Brown, Don Rice, and Dick Foltz. FRONT: French Horns-Bill Soulier, Phil Shirk, Carry Casto, and Barbara Craven. BACK: Bari- tones-Carol Shipman and Cal Shirk. Trombones-Dave Hartpence, Jeff Mosier, Steve Phillips, and Dave Hubbert. Sousaphone-Bob Hershner. Saxophones-Connie Levering, Cathy Giffin, Judy Sims, Bonnie Bennett, Sandra Ghent, Ruth Dan- iels, Doris Chapman, and Jackie West. re brought to life by GHS musicians FRONT: Flutes-Barbara Lykins, Judy Rensch, .lim Wolfinger, Becky Cronenweit, and Marlee Car- mean. BACK: Piccolo-Patricia Wyrick, Bass Clar- inet-Diane Nicholson, Oboe-Nancy Bennett, Bas- soon-Debbie Asman, and Piccolo-Becky Wilcox. Clarinets-ROW l: Darlene Smith, Sandy Lever- ing, Nancy Long, Becky Brehm, and Rheta Long. ROW 2: Lura Knachel, Cindy Ward, Mary Baird, Margery Houpt, and Sandy Toot. ROW 3: Bonnie Coldwell, Carol Thornton, Dick Vail, .lohn Snyder, Bonnie McClelland, Susan Alkire, and Martina Harvey. Band Manager-Tim Smith and Director-Dale David. Percussion Ka' Tierne' Judy Schrack Linda. " 7 yy s Haenszel, Barry Cody, Phil Courtney, Terry Weber, and Sandy Wehr. Youthful voices blend to create harmonious strain ROW 1: Mr. David, B. Logan, S. Heacock, E. Mathews, S. Piercy, C. Mosier, J. Snyder, M. Kerr, S. Hoover, K. Rizor, M. Weller, L. Carpenter, S. Jordan, and C. Kimball. ROW 2: S. Huston, C. Roberts, J. Hildebrand, J. Long, L. White, V. Burton, J. Jagger, P. Wehr, K. Hardy, A. Logan, K. Smith, H. Farrington, and M. Andrews. ROW 3: S. Kubbs, J. Goff, D. Fate, T. Dalrymple, M. Staley, P. Effland, C. West, C. Rist, L. Baughman, B. Wones, P. Blose, P. Klingel, D. Covert, and J. Minton. ROW 4: B. Garverick, B. Fisher, L. Houpt, D. McCreary, B. Richard- son, L. Kline, M. Petrie, C. Lentz, J. Honaker, C. Hull, B. Jackson, S. Calhoun, L. Coning, and M. Slavik. ROW 5: S. Brush, J. Strait, D. Gerhardt, K. Nesbitt, D. Vail, I. Wilson, M. Haenszel, D. Heacock, R. Sims, M. Brown, D. Hartpence, and V. Wieland. or special occasions Top right-Karen Rizor and Garry Casto were selected by members of the music department to reign as King and Queen of Music at the Annual Spring Concert. Diana McCreary and Mary Kerr were selected as members of the Court, Middle right-Virginia Wieland, choir accom- panist, and Sally Jordan, soloist, discuss one of the solos Sally presented at the concert. Bottom right-Choir officers-Diana McCreary, Renee Sims, .loan Honaker, and Judy Jagger, and Mr. David gather around the piano for a cabinet meeting. 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Malone, and E, Geyer ROW 3 J Hart G Gnle D Rlffle L S Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount INDIANS 1963 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Gilead Gilead Gilead Gilead Gilead Gilead Gilead Gilead Gilead Ridgedale .......... Clearfork Valley Olentangy ..,...,. Highland ........ Big Walnut ........ Marion Catholic Richwood .......... Buckeye Valley Cardington ........ ights its way to awaited moments of victory . Cody, R. Beal, M. Brinkman, S. Phillips, F. Slavik, J. Bodman, F. Fox, S. Bender, M. Dupler, and B. Soulier. ROW 4: R andon, manager, J. Geyer, D. Rise, Assistant Coach Gerald White, Assistant Coach Olen Jackson, Head Coach William Bauman ssistant Coach John Campbell, T. Trainer, R. James, D. Gerhardt, manager, and J. Zimmerman, manager. MID-OHIO CONFERENCE STANDINGS-1963 Team Won Lost Tied Marion Catholic 7 0 0 Buckeye Valley 6 1 O Richwood 5 2 0 Mount Gilead 4 3 0 Highland 2 5 O Big Walnut 2 5 O Olentangy 2 5 0 Cardington 0 7 0 Recognition come o local athletes through gridiron action PPOSITE PAGE: op left-MOC Football Stars: Tom Cotton, HM, Ron ixon, Bob Eckard, and "Gino" Hollingsworth, First cam, and Junior Levings, HM. enter left-Ron Nixon carries the ball for some yardage nly to fall to an opponent. ottom left-Tom Cotton brings down an opposing player y the sleeves. ottom right-Cotton seems to be saying, 4'You boys ust try to stop me, the goal is near!" ight-Bill Bauman, football coach, congratulates Ron ixon on his axmload of trophies for Most Valuable jlayer, Best Defensive and Best Offensive Player on the ilead roster. ottom left-Jim Murray, at right says, "You guys take ,are of things, l'll rest." ottom right-Bob Eckard carries the ball and attempts o elude an opponent. i Senior football player Junior Levings attempis to incite enthusiasm for crowd at pre-homecoming pep rally. "And this is the way I'1l tackle that No. 54 in the gamef, Dick Bachelder could be telling his father at pre-game ceremonies on Dad's Night. Proud fathers, ambitious cheerleader 'uolster team's desire for victories Providing more bounce to the ounce were the Indian cheerleaders who gave so much of their time learning new cheers, making placards, and planning pep sessions. Front-Pam Geyer, senior. Middle-Karen Rizor, senior, and Carolyn Chandler, junior. Back-Karen Smith, freshman, Betsy Wones, sophomore, and Bonnie Mc- Graw, junior. Completing one of'their flag routines are the cheerleaders attired in their basketball outfits. Front-Bonnie and Pam. Middle-Karen and Kar- en. ,Back-Carolyn and Betsy. With shrewcl coaching and skillful playing, MGHS team win Above-Terry Wigton, Steve Long, Bob Shirley, Mike Lancaster, Denny Gallagher, Phil Lee, Larry Fumiss, and Ron Nixon Front-Coach White. MID-OHIO CONFERENCE STANDING BASKETBALL RESULTS-1963-64 Team W on Lost We Opponent They We Opponent They Mount Gilead ,..... ....... 5 1 58 Clearfork ............., 48 62 Bucyrus .,,,e,e,...,.... 66 uckeye Valley ...... ..,.... 5 1 67 Northmor - ......... 46 53 Olentangy ..,.........., 50 lentangy ,........,, , .,,.... 4- 2 36 Galion ...,,,,.,,.....,.,,, 57 64- Fredericktown .,.,.... 68 ig Walnut ......, ,...... 4' 2 68 Cardington ......,,.... 27 66 Elgin .-A.--.....-...------- 52 ichwood ,,,........ ,....., 2 4- 50 Big Walnut ,..,..-..,.. 38 80 Marion C21thO1iC ---- 48 arion Catholic ....,.,,............ 1 5 57 Ridgedale .,,.,......... 65 35 L6XiI1gt0Il ...----------- 46 ardington ...,,.......,l.,.............. 0 6 46 Buckeye Valley ,.., 55 54 St. P6t6I',S ............ 72 l Highland did not competej 61 Richwood ............,. 58 81 C3I'diUgt0I'l .-..-------- 49 61 Centerburg ......,,..., 62 86 consecutive Mid-Ohio Conference League title Top right-Coach White gives explicit instructions for a scoring splurge as team members listen intently. RightfCo-captainsfllon Nixon and Denny Gallagher pose with the prized, fifth consecutive league trophy that MGHS has annexed in basketball. Below-Phil Lee, junior starter, shows his form as a point maker in a home game. Right-Bob Shirley, sophomore, attempts a side shot over the hands of an opponent. Precision an Left-Denny Gallagher and Ron Nixon, both seniors, were named to Mid-Ohio Conference Basket- ball Team. wiftness score points for starring players l l Right-Mike Lancaster, junior starter, pays no heed to his guard as he jumps for a bucket and two points. Below-Two more for senior starter Denny Gallagher as he adds to his total points to become a member of the MOC first team. Right below-Steve Long, senior, is all out and away for a fine bunny shot that helps add another victory for the champion Indians. l Action-packed Varsity games catch eyes Left-Larry Furniss, junior, goes above his man as he makes a two-pointer for the home team. Left below-Ron Nixon adds his usual spark and drive to the game as he has the ball away and above the heads of his opponents for a field goal good for two points. Below-Terry Wigton fwigginsl goes through his ballet routine with some fancy jumping at a bucket attempt that turned in another score for Gilead. looking forward to team membership Mount Gilead High School Reserves pictured above are-ROW 1: Wayne Hollingsworth, Herb Hughes, Phil Courtney, Val Harris, and Steve Hart. ROW 2: Bob Steck, .lim Weaston, Gary Craven, Denny Sims, Tom Griffith, and Larry Phillips. ROW 3: Mr. John Campbell. MANAGERS-Roger Axthelm, Bill Calhoun, Ambrus Fergu- son, and Terry Weber line up with an array of partial basket- ball necessities for a game. True Olympian 'vigor and ability is demonstrate ROW 1: A. Ferguson and R. Axthelm-managers. ROW 2: P. Courtney, J. Orsborn, J. Malone, S. Seaburn, B. Cody, J. Coning, T. McColl, and G. Craven. ROW 3: J. Peterson, M. Dalrymple, L. Malone, K. Williams, T. Griffith, K. Cerhardt, D. Sims, P. Lee, R. Pinyerd, L. Furniss, M. Heimlich, J. Logan, R. Eckard, R. Nixon, and Mr. Tuttle. Below-Over the bar for Larry Furniss at the Calion track meet. . 1 MOUNT GILEAD HIGH SCHOOL TRACK RECORD-1964 ' Upponent We They Big Walnut 62 56 Northmor 56 62 Mansfield Madison Reserves 78Mg 39M Galion lTri-Meet 69 53 Crestline l 25 Marion Catholic 59 59 Buckeye Valley 82 36 Elgin Invitational-Mount Gilead-Secondg Rich- wood ' Relays-Mount Gilead-Thirdg Mid-Ohio Conference-Mount Gilead-Second New School Record: Heimlich, Low Hurdles 20.9 New League Records: Furniss, Broad ,lump 2071" Griffith, High ,lump 5'11" Heimlich, High Hurdles 15.9 Low Hurdles 20.9 our record-setting Track Team Above -Ron Nixon "uses his head" to break ta e at Galion meet. P Right-Jim Peterson goes up and over bar at Calion meet. Below-Roger Craven lets go with shotput. Below which Right-Max Heimlich shows his hurdle hopping form with he set league and school records this year. Baseball Games and Golf Tourneys fll FRONT: Richard Young, Manager. MIDDLE: Steve Bender, Lee McClelland, Steve Long, Tom Cotton, Ken Crouse, .lim Murra Junior Levings, Val Harris, and Steve Hart, BACK: Mr. Campbell, Dan Coldwell, Tim Shoewalter, Chuck Weaston, .lim Weasto Terry Wigton, Frank Slavik, Louis Sarr, and Steve Riggs. Below-Terry Wigton, Tom Cotton, Ken Crouse, and Dan Coldwell. Cotton and Crouse were named to MOC league team, while Wigton and Coldwell received honorable mention. 94 SEASON'S SCORES We They 0 Buckeye Valley 11 8 Olentangy 6 3 Big Walnut 4 3 Northmor 11 2 Crestline 3 5 Cardington 3 2 Mount Vernon 8 2 Big Walnut 5 6 Cardington 2 1 Elgin 4 2 Olentangy 1 4 Buckeye Valley 12 pring months with athletic events Rick Geyer, Herb Hughes, Marty Brinkman, Dave Frayer, Mr. White, Denny Gallagher, Don Rice, Bill Calhoun and B111 Souher 1964 GOLF SEASON SCORES Won 8 Lost 1 Mansfield St. Peter ..,. 2 Clearfork ,,,,7,7 , ,,,,,,,,i,.e 0 Marion Harding ,.....,. 12 Mansfield St. Peter .... 3 Northridge .............,.. SW Buckeye Valley ........ 0 Buckeye Valley .,,,,,,,.. LL Olentangy ......... ...,. 1 Northridge ....... ...,. 2 Central District Tourney Mount Gilead Mount Gilead Mount Gilead Mount Gilead Mount Gilead Mount Gilead Mount Gilead Mount Gilead Mount Gilead 6 8 4- 5 4M 6 12 1 6 Placed 24th-Score-353 'Nothing now is left but Majestic Memory. 'a A V - Longfellow H Q, gf,-f. 'J 'mf '32 SPECIAL EVENTS Autumn lends its beauty to Homecoming Queen and Court Blonde, blue-eyed Pam Geyer, was selected by members of the football team to reign during Homecoming festivities. Pam, a cheerleader with an infectious personality is a member of Y-Teens, Future Nurses, and helps in the office. Karen Rizor, also a cheerleader, has brown eyes and brown hair. She is president of FTA, is a member of Y-Teens and Choir. Anne Logan, Y-Teen President, has brown hair and green eyes. Anne was a member of the Senior Play cast and Future Nurses. 98 1 Royalty finds a place at annual PTA Carnival June Porter, junior class candidate, reigned over PTA Carnival festivities in April. ,lunels winning combination of black hair, brown eyes, and warm personality aided in her selection. June is a member of Y-Teens and Future Nurses. Vickie Ashbrook, sophomore candidate has light brown hair and green eyes. Vickie is also a member of Y-Teens, and FNA. Karen Smith represented the freshman class. Karen, who has brown hair and brown eyes, is a cheerleader, a member of choir, and student council. Suzie Piercy, 1963 PTA Carnival Queen, is pictured standing in the photo at right. I00 4 Qi' ' pm, .. -y az A639555 X 1 I , . 1 awk gm E vw -as , QM'-Aa 1., I 4, , , Q N-f,-ffw To an almost-past year, the prom bestowed Watching proceedings from the mezzanine are Dana Heacock, Jeff Logan, and Pam Clapper, below, and Mark Gordon and date at right below. After-dinner entertainment left them laughing as indicated by the photo at left. eeling of grandeur and enchantment Above-Mrs. Clouse talks to Don Staiger during lull of graduation exercises. The last moments of th Portion, of processional to Commencement exercises for eighty-four seniors. I04 ROW 1: S. Levering, L. White, S. Blocksom, J. Snyder, A. Logan, S. Bailey, P. Geyer, P. Ransbottom, V. Wieland, C. Osborne, R. Campbell, M. Andrews, and E. Ryan. ROW 2: J. Levings, G. Corbin, E. Hollingsworth, K. Crouse, T. Cotton, R. Brinkman, M. Trainer, T. McColl, M. Dalrymple, R. Nixon, J. Shade, and D. Lester. ROW 3: S. Johnson, S. Jordan, D. Asman, N. Groves, S. Daugherty, P. Robinson, S. Evans, M. Kerr, C. Rist, J. McHugh, S. Ferrell, R. Brehm, and I. Hershey. ROW 4: R. Long, M. Brown, R. Daniels, L. Kincade, S. Wertz, B. Richardson, J. Ault, B. Bennett, R. Hubbard, D. McCreary, K. Rizor, S. Calhoun, and J. West. ROW 5: R. Shepard, S. Malone, G. Casto, D. Kirk, S. Southard, S. Long, J. Murray, R. DeLong, L. Burns, M. Heimlich, J. Vail, R. Cook, and J. Morton. ROW 6: I. Beardsley, B. Evans, M. Fate, M. Haenszel, S. Ghent, B. Jackson, and L. McConnell. ROW 7: G. Bunker, F. Troyer, R. Craven, D. Gallagher, R. Pinyerd, C. Sears, R. Murray, D. Staiger, R. Fissell, and M. Martin. Year assume an air of importance and dignity A warm evening in May finds pre-commencement seniors outside having a last visit with classmates and friends The Cap-the Gown-the Long-Awaited Diploma symbolize Left-Margaret Sue Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Bailey, maintained a perfect A-average to rank at the top of the graduating class of 84 seniors. Sue is pictured as she delivered her valedictory address at Commencement exercises. Charles L. Harrison, Director of Community Services fOhio Youth Com- missionl, delivered the Commencement address. Sue Bailey Roger Craven First Second So indicative of graduation exercises are the symbols pictured at right. I06 Betty Evans Virginia Wieland Marsha Fate T hircl Fourth Fifth esitant finality of Graduation With Commencement exercises over, seniors "let down" and prepare to relinquish their last portions of high school life. Outstandin Above-Mrs. Florence Clouse, Secretary of The Mount Gilead Teachers' Association pre- sents a 35100 scholarship to Virginia Wieland. Mary Kerr, left, was named alternate. The scholarship fund was established by teachers donating to an all-association Christmas card instead of sending individual greetings to fellow teachers. The recipient must designate an intent to pursue the field of education upon entering college. Above-Roger Craven was honored as The Outstanding Future Engineer of Mount Gilead High School by the Marion chapter of the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers. He is pictured at left with EdDith Vaughan, who received Honorable Men- tion, and Charles Cook, teacher of advanced sciences. Left-Mr. George Kemnitzer presents Denny Gallagher with the annual Lions Club award. Denny's name will be engraved on the plaque as the outstanding athlete-scholar of the year of MGHS. ccomplishments merit recognition and awards MARJORIE ANDREWS-FHA 1, Y-Teens 4, Choir 3-4 DEBBIE ASMAN-FTA 2-3-4, Y- Teens 2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Mizpah Staff, Band 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays, Pep Club 3-4, Majorette 2-3-4, Thespian Plays 3-4 JANET AULT-FHA 1-2-3-4", GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3, Mizpah Staff, FFA Court 1-2-3 SUE BAILEY-Office Help 4, FTA 3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Mizpah Staff, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTech- nicalj, Scholarship Team 1-2-3 IRENE BEARDSLEY-Y-Teens 4, FNA 3-4, Jr. Class Play fTechnicalJ BONNIE BENNETT-FNA 3-4, FTA 1-2, GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2- 3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Majorette 2-3-4, Mizpah Staff, Thespians 3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays, Dance Band 2-3-4 SHARON BLOCKSOM-Y-Teens 3-4, Sr. Class Play fTechnicalJ BECKY BREHM-Majorette 3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3, Y-Teens 2-3, Mizpah Staff RANDY BRINKMAN-Football 2- 3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 3-4, Baseball 1-2, VAC 3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalJ, Thespians 4, Thespian Play 3, Choir 1-2 MARY BROWN-GAA 1-2-3-4, Y- Teens 2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalJ GEORGE BUNKER-Football 1, FFA 1-2-3-4' SARA CALHOUN-Librarian 3, FTA 2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Pep Club 3-4, Choir 1-3-4, WAR WI-IOOP 1-2, Mizpah Staff, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalJ, Y-Teens 2-3-4 lI0 Senior Activities GARRY CASTO-Band 2-3-4, Sen- ior Class Play BOB COOK-Hi-Y 1-2-3, Band 1-2 JERRY CORBIN-Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Track 3, Junior Class Play fTech- nicall TOM COTTON-Baseball 1-2-3-4, Football 1-2-3-4, Student Council 43, VAC 3-4, Sr. Class Play fTech- nicalj, Hi-Y 4 ROGER CRAVEN-Student Coun- cil 2-4l', Class Officer 1-3-4, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Boys' State 3, District-State Scholarship Team 1-3-4, Football 1-2, Band 1 MIKE DALRYMPLE-Track 1-2- 3-4, Hi-Y 1-2-3"'-43, Thespians 3-4, VAC 3-4, Scholarship Team 1-2, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalJ, Class Officer 3, Thespian Plays 3-4 RUTH DANIELS-Y-Teens 2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, FNA 2-3'-4"', Mizpah Staff, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTech- nicalj, Office Help 3, Band 1-2-3-4, Dance Band 3 SANDY DAUGHERTY-F NA 3, GAA 1-3-4, Y-Teens 3-4 BETTY EVANS-Mizpah Staff, Of- fice Help 4, Sr. Class Play fTechni- call SUZI EVANS-Y-Teens 2-3, Band 1, Choir 1, Mizpah Staff MARSHA FATE-Class Officer 1- 2-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, FTA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Girlls State, Jr. and Sr. Class Play, Girl's Ensemble 4 SHEILA FERRELL-Choir 1, Li- brarian 3-4, Y-Teens 2-4, FNC 1-3- 4, Sr. Class Play fTechnicalJ BOB FISSELL-Football 4, Track 3-4, FFA 1-2-3-4, Choir 1, Jr. Class Play fTechnicalJ DENNY GALLAGHER-Class Offi- cer 3, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Golf 1-2-3- 4, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, VAC 1-2-3-4, Thes- pians 3-4, Scholarship Team 1-2-3 KEN GERHARDT-Track 1-2-3-4, Student Council 43, Boys, State, VAC 3-4, Hi-Y 1-2-3-43, Band 1-2- 3, Dance Band 2-3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalJ, Football 3 PAM GEYER-Cheerleader 2-3-4, Office Help 3-4, Homecoming Queen 4, PTA Carnival Queen 2, FNC 2- 3-4, GAA 1-2-3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Choir 1-2, Sr. Class Play fTechni- calj , Candystriper 3-4 SANDY GHENT-FTA 2-3, GAA 3, Y-Teens 2-4, Band 3-4, Librarian 3-4, Choir 1, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays CTechnicalJ NANCY GROVES-Thespians 4, Y-Teens 1-2-4, Librarians 1-2-3-4, Choir 1, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays, Thespian Plays 4 MARY HAENSZEL-FHA 4, Y- Teens 3, GAA 2-3'-4, FFA Queen 4, Choir 3-4, Jr. Class Play fTech- nicalj MAX HEIMLICH-Track 1-2-3-4, Football 3-4, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4", Thes- pians 3-4, VAC 4, Boys' State, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalJ, Thespian Plays GENE HOLLINGSWORTH-Foob ball 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1, Sr. Class Play fTechnicalJ BECKY HUBBARDiGAA 1, Choir 2-3 BARBARA JACKSON-Band 1-2- 33-4, Thespians 3-4", Choir 4, FNA 1-2-3'-43, Candystriper 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4 SALLY JORDAN-Y-Teens 2-3-4, FTA 3-4, GAA 2-3-4, Pep Club 3- 4", Choir 2-3-4, Girl's Ensemble 1- 3-4, Mizpah Staff, Girls' State CAlt.J MARY KERR-FTA 2-34'-4", GAA 1-2-3-43, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2- 3-44, UN Trip 4, Band 4, Choir 1- 2-3-4, Mizpah Staff, Music Queen Attendant 4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalD LINDA KINCADE-GAA 1, Y- Teens 2-3-4, Sr. Class Play fTech- nicalj , Mizpah Staff DWIGHT KIRK-Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3, Thespians 3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays, Thespian Play 3-4, Boys' State, Mizpah Staff SANDRA LEVERING--Student Li- brarian 4, FTA 2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3- 4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Mizpah Staff ANNE LOGAN-Girls' State, UN Trip, Homecoming Court, Jr. Class Play fTechnicalj, Sr. Class Play, FNC 2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3, Y-Teens 2- 3"-43, Choir 1-2-3-4, Scholarship Team 1-2-3-4 JUNIOR LEVINGS-Baseball 2-3- 4, Track 1, Football 1-2-3-4, Basket- ball 1, Hi-Y 1-4, VAC 3-4 RHETA LONG-FNC 2-3-43, FTA 1-2, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, GAA I-2-3, Candystrip-er 2-3 STEVE LONG-Baseball 2-3-4, Bas- ketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1, VAC 4, ,I r. Class Play fTechnicalj SAM MALONE-Football 1, FFA 1-2, Choir 1 MARVIN MARTIN-Choir 1-2 TERRY MCCOLL-Choir 2-3, Thes- pians 4, Track 2-3-4, Student Coun- cil 3-4, Mizpah Staff, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicall LANA MCCONNELL-FHA 1-4, Y- Teens 2-3, Student Librarian 3-4 Senior Activities DIANA MCCREARY-Y-Teens 2- 3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Choir 3-4, Mizpah Staff, Pep Club 4, Music Queen Attendant4 JUDY McHUGH-FNC 3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 4, Choir 3, Scholarship Team 2 JIM MURRAY-Baseball 2-3-4, Football 2-3-4, Basketball 1-2, Stu- dent Council 1, VAC 2-3-442 Class Officer 1-4 ROGER MURRAY-Baseball 2-3 RON NIXON-Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball I-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Student Council 2-3, VAC 2-3-4", Choir 1-2-3 CARLA OSBORNE-Office Help 4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Mizpah Staff, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicall RICK PINYERD-Track 3-4, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Thespians 4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalj BARBARA RICHARDSON-Choir 1-2-3-4, Girls' Sextette 2-3, Mizpah Staff, Jr. Class Play, GAA 1-2-3, FTA 1-2, Y-Teens 2-3, Class Offi- cer 2 CONNIE RIST-Tri-Hi-Y 3, FHA 2, Choir 1-2-4 KAREN RIZOR-Cheerleader 4, FTA 1-2-3-44, Class Officer 1-2-4, PTA Carnival Court 1-3, Homecom- ing Court 4, Queen of Music 4, Girls' State fAlt.j 3, GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4 PAT R O B I N S O N-Scholarship Team 1, FNC 3-4, Candystriper 3, Y-Teens 3-4, Thespians 3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays, Thespian Plays 3-4, Mizpah Staff EVELYN RYAN-GAA 3-4, Y- Teens 2-4, Mizpah Staff, Office Help 4, Ir. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicall JAN SNYDER-GAA 1-2-3, Thes- pians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Pep Club 3-4, Band 1-2, Choir 3-4, Jr. Class Play CTechnicalj , Thespians 3-4 STAN SOUTHARD-Class Officer 3, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Dance Band 2-3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays, Thespian Plays 3-4, Band 1- 2-3, Choir 1 DON STAIGER-Mizpah Staff MIKE TRAINER-Track 1-2, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4, Jr. Class Play CTechnicalj, Sr. Class Play, Scholarship Team 3-4 JIM VAIL-Football 1-2-4, Hi.Y 1. 2-4, VAC 4 EdDITH VAUGHAN-FNC 2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y- Teens 3-4, Candystriper 3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Ir. and Sr. Class Plays CTechnicalj SUSAN WERTZ-Office Help 4, FHA 1-2-3 .IACKIE WEST-FTA 1-2-3-4, Li- brarian 2-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Girls' State, Dance Band 2-3, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalJ, Scholarship Team 1 LILLIAN WHITE-FTA 1-2-3-4, Librarian 1-2-3, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thes- pians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Choir 1- 2-3-4, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTech- nicalj, Thespian Plays, Scholarship Team 3-4 GINNY WIELAND-FTA 1-2"-345 4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y- Teens 2-3-4"', UN Trip, Choir 1-2- 3-4, Mizpah Staff, Girls' State fAlt.J, Jr. and Sr. Class Plays fTechnicalD, Thespian Plays to Mount Grlead students IS the o1l well at left on the Edrson baseball dlamond The drscovery of 011 on school property has led to many speculatlons as to what the school can do wrth the revenue Left below Another famrhar scene around school IS Blll Calhoun grvmg wrth hrs famous gr1n and humorous remarks Below Mr Karle IS usually around to et prctures of coaches hem dunked after athletrc vlctorres but thrs mme the players cooled hrm off wlth Mr Wh1te at the helm of the shutter The year gleaned individuality from a variety n Left-At first a sensati0n,- but now a usual sight fashions, fads, and events Left-"Oh, no, you wouldn't take my picture at a time like this, would you?" exclaims Mrs. Knachel. Larry Phillips and Steve Hart get a kick out of working with mums for Homecoming. Right-Right in style for the school parade are the 6'Shiftless" girls at right-Mary Detwiler, Cinda Holt, .lean Scott, ,lo Sterritt, Marlene Halbert, and Judy Strait. Below-"Well, cool it, Dad!" quoth the Beats as they abounded at a Y-Teen party. Marlee Carmean, Pam Geyer, and Barbara Craven provided leadership for the group. Below right-Not to be outdone by the students, Mr. Campbell donned a beatle wig and joined in the merri- ment at a faculty-student basketball game. Pomp, circumstanc Above-Suzy Piercy, 1963 PTA Carnival Queen, places the crown on the head of June Porter, 1964 Queen. Right are attendants Karen Smith and Vickie Aslihrook. Left-Typical of their togetherness is the shot of Cindy Place and Steve Riggs having their usual admiring discussions in study hall. Left below-Mr. Bauman explains results of scholarship test to Pat Robinson and Ginny Wieland. Below-Larry Burns manages to grimace a smile as he gets his "shot" from the school nurse. nd togetherness form a cross-section of the year's distinctness Right-Roger Shepard and companion purchase refresh- ments from Edna McHugh and Betty Linscott at dance intermission. Left center-Judy Dalrymple certainly wishes fewer stu- dents would be absent especially when she has to enter their names in the attendance register. Right center-Mr. Karle waits patiently for the right scene to develop for his camera. Left bottom-Ken Crouse, in his usual exuberant man- ner, holds conversation with serious-seeming Diana Mc- Creary. Right bottom-Mr. Webb writes shorthand preview words ' on the blackboard. Above Mrs Hubbert VISITS Wllll parents at open hou e Moods and Minds set School-Life pace R1 ht John Morton and .lllll Vail and fellow students enjoy physlcs lab as can he een Left Ro er Shepard ftopl and Tom Cotton are caught m concentratm moods R1 ht center Theres that telescope a am and Don Stal er ls 1rl watchm tlllS tlme The halls are empty almost' ELEMENTAR Y - JUNIOR HIGH Junior High and Elementary school teachers assi HARTSELL DODRILL .lunior High Principal PAUL FURNISS Elementary Principal MERLE ADAIR First Grade DORIS BAIRD Fifth Grade BILLY BISHOP Sixth Grade LARRY BROWN Science HELEN BURGGRAF Fifth Grade MABEL BURNS English GLADYS BURNSIDE Fourth Grade JUANITA CAMBELL Sixth Grade GLORIA CLOSSMAN Third Grade ANNA MARY CRONENWETT First Grade ESTHER DETROW Third Grade JOSEPHINE GERHARDT Fifth Grade MARY LYNN GRILE Sixth Grade SANDRA GROSVENOR Second Grade SARA HUBBARD History, Geography OLEN JACKSON Health, Phys. Ed. JUANITA JEFFRIES Kindergarten BARBARA JOLLEY Fourth Grade tudents during formative years WILFORD KEIL Math, Geography NANCY KENNEDY Phys. Ed., Guidance RUTH LOGAN Kindergarten Aid ALICE MARSH Second Grade PHYLLIS MCCLELLAND Third Grade RAMEL McKIRGAN Fourth Grade FRANZ MINTON Second Grade GAYLE PATZER Sixth Grade IDA PFEIFER First Grade BARBARA PLACE Fourth Grade IRIS SELLERS Second Grade EMILY SCHROTH Third Grade JULIA SHIRK Reading, Spelling ELEANOR SHOWERS Kindergarten JANE THROCKMORTON Math, English WILLIAM TUTTLE Fifth Grade MARY WARD First Grade EDITH WOOD First Grade NOT PICTURED MAJORIE CONING-Secretary BERNICE RICHARDSON-Vocal Music FERNE RILEY-Special Education BETTY ROBERTS-Sixth Grade EVELYN SHOULTS-Secretary V. Armstrong B. Baclielder K. Bachelder G. Bailey S. Beall D. Bennett L. Brown D. Burnell .l. Burton J. Carmean T. Clapper C. Clouse N. Conkle C. Corbin R. Cotton G. Counts E. Densel S. Edwards B. Eulrich T. Farrington M. Ferrell S. Foster D. Franks D. Franks J. Frayer P. George T. Geyer R. Gladden J. Goff C. Gompf C. Hall P. Hedrick K. Helman G. Hildebrand D. Hinton C. Honaker M. Hord M. .lordan M. Jordan M. Keckler .l. Kehrwecker M. Kemnitzer R. Kisor D. Knox C. Kubhs D. Kuenzer M. Lepp R. Levings L. Loffer l20 Eighth Graders prepare for High School e big step toward advanced learning NOT PICTURED: C. Ghent, N. Harden, E. Kincaid, S. Levings, W. Maybee, and B. Thomas EQ l ww 1,, .115 " M af... li? ittfiaxtfi fz.waif+Q..,f'! 12.22 Mafia'wtf'tf:nftH2,xwb.f.g?,fla -E. . arp. 5 93932 gg. , iw . Qi , , fa ,.--.4 k i n ' 'ga 1-taaieizfqgf i'i'f.f z, 73539 ' . -ff? Zidfa . 1... .-. X-,, , X J , . I J. Logan J. Lyon J. Lyons C. McClelland M. McComhs D. McDonald M. McHugh T. McKinney J. McPeek S. Mills J. Noakes K. Olson L. Pangborn S. Patter J. Petrie B. Phillips R. Porter T. Price M. Randolph J. Ransbottom J, Richardson C. Riffle M. Rist T. Rizor R. Ryan J. Sayers N. Schroth R. Seaburn J. Shade D. Shaw K. Shelton S. Sherbourne C. Shipman J. Simpson ' C. Smith J. Smith R. Smith T. Smith B. Stansbery Y. Starlin S. Taylor P. Troyer D. Vanderkooi C. Warner P. West K. Wheeler C. Worline J. Wren l2I S. Bachelder C. Bailey L. Baird V. Bender C. Benson P. Brady D. Breese P. Brerhm J. Bumgardner S. Carpenter B. Chisholm P. Clinger R. Cronenwett J. Dallas L. Dilsaver B. Dodrill B. Doup G. Dowis T. Eckard P. Ferguson K. Fissell P. Fox J. Garay B. Geddis D. Gheen B. Goff S. Gordon E. Harden R. Harper J. Harris S. Headings J. Hecht B. Hinton P. Hobson L. Hollingsworth D. Holt J. Holtrey Sheila Hord R. Hubbard T. Jackson E. James V. Jones M. Kelly R. Klingel J. Lehman M. Lehner M. March S. Martin R. Matson I22 Wiclenecl Vistas and Varied Subjects ai efuenth Graders in Educational development NOT PICTURED: J. Auld, P. Brady, N, Gilliam, C. Hobson, S. Hurd, N. Sabhe, S. Shipley, S. Tennant, and .l. Woods NOT PICTURED: S. Bedwell, L. Caldwell, .l. Geyer, L. Geyer, and .l. McPeek M. Middaugh K. Miller B. Mills D. Mosier M. Miilvaine J. Owens J. Phillips S. Phillips J. Pinyerd B. Randall E. Roberts K. Rockwell C. Ruhl H. Sample L. Saylor C. Shealy P. Shirk R. Short B. Smith P. Strait R. Stull B. Thomas D. Trainer L. Trainer P. Walton S. Ward M. Watkins D. Weber C. Weller D. West B. Wientjas D. Williams .L Wilson D. Wohlgamut W. Wojtseck M. Young J. Zimmerman D. Barler R. Collins C. DeBord F. Geyer J. Gheen G. McClelland L. Noakes R. Reebel B. Ullom h I23 Sixth Graders leave behind a period of basi R. Bader S. Baker V. Baker P. Bauman J. Bennett S. Bennington D. Bartley K. Bartley P. Brady C. Brinkman K. Brocklesby J. Brubaker B. Brush J. Buell T. Campbell W. Campbell M. Cherrington P. Clark L. Coldwell R. Collins G. Conant C. Coning B. Crouse G. Curts K. Dilsaver D. Dunn E. Edwards R. Edwards E. Eulrich R. Evans M. Fox J. Fox M. Franks R. Franks G. Carverick S. Gatchall M. Geddis M. George N. Goff N. Graham B. Griffith E. Griggs C. Grile B. Haldeman K. Hardy .l. Harmon R. Hart D. Hobson J. Hobson ducatic and prepare for more-specialized study H. Hord J. Houpt R. Howard C. Howard J. Huston , J. Jackson ' M. Jackson J. Jagger J. Jagger K. James D. Johnson G. Keckler B. Kemnitzer J. Kincaid G. Klingel S. Kuenzer J. Lanum J. Lawyer C. Lee R. Lee D. Lernley C. Leonard J. Lester D. Lyle G. Lyman B. Lyons L. Lyons P. McCracken R. McCracken C. McCurdy D. McHugh M. McLain E. Moore M. Place M. Powell V. Price W. Ramey S. Reebel T. Rensclx P. Riggs D. Rizor S. Robinson L. Rogers K. Salisbury J. Scott R. Sears J. Short M. Shoults C. Simpson NOT PICTURED: K. Fisher, J. Franks, J. Hamilton, D. Long and H. Morgan T. Sipe D. Smith K. Smith R. Snyder S. Stanshery D. Steck J. Stough K. Sutherland F. Tharp S. Troyer T. Turner B. Vail M. Vaughan J. Walsh M. Walsh B. Wehr D. Wertz A. Wheeler E. Wilson B. Wood N. Wood M. Woods S. Wuertz G. Young Social Studies, a. sometimes puzzling siibjec C. Bailey J. Beardsley D. Bowman .l. Boyle L. Bratton R. Brown D. Brush P. Burnell S. Burton D. Campbell R. Campbell J. Canterbury C. Carmean S. Castle M. Clouse B. Cody E. Conant D. Cook R. Cooper G. Cunningham C. Dallas L. Daugherty W. Dilsayer B . Dodrill M. Doran C. Edwards L. Elkin R. Evans D. Fairchild V. Farmer L. Feld K. Fissell B. Franks M. Galleher J. Garay C. Goff D. Gompf D. Goodrich J. Groves R. Hall H. Hanna C. Harden O. Harmon A. Harper S. Harvey G. Hecht J. Hedrick D. Hobson M. Hollingsworth D. Holt S. Irons N. Jagger T. Jagger M. .lames S. Kidwell M. Kimball rings about an D. Kuenzer C. Levings C. Long D. Long K. Long C. Lust B. Malarky B. Martin C. McHugh J. Miller L. Miller J. Mosher C. Owen R. Parks M. Porter E. Ramey L. Reeve S. Rensch D. Richardson P. Rockwell G. Ruhl K. Salisbury K. Sample N. Simpson C. Sherbourne B. Shipman G. Shipman D. Smith R. Smith W. Smith R. Starlin C. Stone L. Taylor D. Tesso J. Thorburn M. Toot J. Tracht T. Trainer .l. Ullom J. Walsh R. Watkins S. Weber T. Wenger S. Wheeler L. Wigton P. Woodson W. Wot 'seck J A. Young G. Young J. Young N. Bachelder S. Bachelder A . Baird B. Baker L. Ball B. Bauman L. Bean M. Benson R. Boyle R. Brady S. Brinkman D. Brown D. Brubaker A. Buell R. Campbell T. Casto C. Clark R. Christopher R. Clinger D. Coldwell P. Conkle I28 M D. C. J. T. . Long Lyle Machen March Mathews S. McChesney E. Merwine R. Miller P. Mills D. Murphy C. Neptune J. Orsborn C Osborne C. Phillips J. Phillips M. Phillips S. Place R. Powell L. Ramey M. Randolph T. Richardson W. Ritchey B. Rizor F. Robinson K. Rogers G. St. Clair J. Seaburn R. Seitz F. Shoaf T. Snyder J. Soulier R. Spaulding R. Spielman R. Sutherland J. Trainer K. Turner V. Wallace T. Ward M. Watkins J. Wehr J. Wenger J. West B. Wood R. Wren ' C. Wrhel R. Wuertz D. Zimmerman T. Zimmerman I30 Fourth Graders progress with guided studies .sv Geography presents a challenge to Third Graders 2 is ,K D. Albright C. Baughman S. Baughman C. Benedict G. Blair S. Bloomfield B. Bowman L. Brown M. Brown N. Brown L. Burnell T. Burton B. Campbell L. Campbell R. Campbell S. Carpenter J. Chapman J. Cherrington S. Christopher G . Clossman R. Conant P. Conkle B. Cook J. Cooper K. Cooper C. Cronenwett S. Curts M. Cyphers L. Davis S. Dilsaver C. Dix D. Edwards S. Edwards D. Evans E. Evans W. Farmer E. Fisher S. Foster B. Fox R. Fox R. Franks B. Galleher C. Ganson C. Gardner L. Gatchall S. George V. Graham T. Halt T. Halt l3l Community Life takes on greater importance .l. Harden R. Harper .L Hedrick R. Hedrick D. Helman C. Hetrick K. Highland D. Hobson S. Hubbard D. Hudnell P. Irons D. .lackson K. Jackson D. Jagger P. Keenan S. Kelly C. Kemnitzer C. Kipp R. Kitts I.. Lanum M. Lawyer S. Lehner K. Leonard C. Lepp L. Levering .l. Linder P. Linder S. Lust S. Malone .L March C. Martin G. McClelland P. McPeek D. McCurdy .l. Moore M. O'B1eness D. Osborn B. Owens C. Patten D. Pierce T. Powell R. Ransbottom B. Reeve P. Robinson V. Ruhl J. Sample E. Saylor .L Schmelzer C. Shaffer f hird Graders who seek new ideas D. Shaffer M. Shaffer D. Shaw S. Sherbourne J. Shipman R. Shipman R. Shoults S. Simpson R. Smith T. Smith J. Spragg C. Staley S. Stone B. Strait D. Styer D. Sutherland J. Taylor C. Temple T. Tesso B. Tipton S. Tracht I.. Trainer R. Troyer C. Vanderkooi D. Watkins L. Watkins R. Weaver R. Weber B. West S. West A. Wheeler L. Wigton D. Worster S. Angeline M. Baker K. Baldwin R. Ball J. Beltz P. Bender K. Bennington P. Benson P. Bevel L. Biggs S. Bishop S. Bowman S. Chisolm S. Clark '33 Through books, the students in Grade Two C. Cover C. Cunningham R. Davis K. DeBord D. Denton J. Doup M. Farris J. Fate S. Ferrell S. Fisher G. Fornataro S. Fornataro M. Grasmehr M. Ghent A. Hickson R. Hickson H. Hintz B. Hobson D. Holtrey K. Irwin J. Jones B. Kenyon R. Kitts A. Korody S. LaR0che T. Lepp D. Levering K. Levering J. Lloyd T. Logan M. Long .l. Lyle D. Lyons J. Lyons T. Lyons R. Mathews V. Matlock S. Matson D. McCurdy C. Miller C. Miller M. Mills V. Nesbitt D. Osborn D. Osborne B. Palmer R. Parks R. Piercy J. Pinyerd lear ore about the world in which they live M. Place L. Potter R. Price J. Ramshorger S. Randolph B. Ratliff E. Reebel W M. Reinhardt D. Richardson S. Rist K . Robinson N. Robinson T. Robinson A. Rouwenhorst .l. St. Clair D. Scribner L. Sherhourne M. Shaffer M. Shipley R. Shipman .l. Sims K. Smith L. Spielman D. Stacy P. Stahl J. Stevens J. Stiifler G. Stover C. Swary S. Taylor R. Tesso S. Tharp R. Warner S. Weller K. West D. Wheeler E. Whipple T. Wigton D. Williamson L. Wojtseck D. Woodson S. Young M. Zimmerman . Anderson . Bailey . Baker . Baullman . Bean D R K L. Bartley K B B R . Bennington . Berger G. Biffffs J. . UC Bishop P. Blair L. Bloomfield D J. . Borah Brockleshy T. Bryant .l JI G. M Bumgardner Burson Burton . Burton C. Casto A. Chapman M. Clapper T. Coleman A. Conkle D. Cookingliam B. Davis .l S. T. Davis Davis Davis J. Decker S D B. T. C. C. C. F. R. ix Dodrill Edwards Evans Evans Everly Ferguson Fissell M. Foust P. Franks R. Franks Z. R. B. J. P. R. C. R. Geyer Ghent Giffin Gladden Goodman Graham Grasmehr Grile I36 First Graders take the initial step into orld of words, numbers, and ideas R. Grimm D. Hedrick C. Hetrick K. Highland D. Hildebrand J. Hildebrand B. Hobson T. Hobson R. Holcomb R. Hurd K. Houpt S. Huston L. lrons J. Jacobson B. Keenan B. Keil K. Keil D. Kimmey B. Kincaid R. Kincaid T. Kincaid K. Kipp C. LaFever B. LaRoche K. Linder S. Linder D. Lloyd J. Long S. Lyman B. Lyons E. Lyons C. Lyons C. Machen C. Martin D. May L. McAfee B. McChesney C. McGrath G. McPeek R. McQuistion C. Miller L. Miller J. Moore L. Morton M. Mosher K. O'Bleness J. Orsborn D. Pfeifer L. Powell I37 P. Ratliff S. Reeve S. Rich C. Richardson J. Richardson J. Rizor D. Robinson J. Rockwell J. Rouwenhorst K. Salyetr R. Sayor G. Seaburn B. Shaffer T. Shaffer D. Sherbourne T. Shirley R. Shoults F. Simpson A. Smith B. Smith D. Smith S. Smith T. Snavely C. Snyder M. Staley J. Stough T. Stover S. Styer J. Sutherland A. Swary J. Taylor T. Temple R. Thomas S. Thorburn B. Trumbo J. Walsh D. Weaver M. Weaver A. West N. Wheeler M. Whipple P. White C. Wigton J. Wigton K. Williams K. Williamson M. Wilson T. Wright l38 The world widens for eager First Graders Kindergarten children form, new friendships C. Albright L. Allgire R. Angeline C. Arnold M. Baker R. Bennett B. Bill J. Bishop S. Bowman D. Brubaker L. Burnell S. Burnside T. Burnside E. Castle C. Curts L. Cover P. David K. Davis K. Decker G. Edwards T. Elkin J. Force B. Fox B. Gallaher S. Gardner B. George M. Gordon D. Graham D. Graham A. Greer L. Grimm B. Grooms H. Harmon T. Harper T. Helman C. Hetrick S. Hickson J. Hintz B. Irons D. J aggers J. Jaggers K. Kennedy S. Kenyon J. Koon C. Kubbs C. Lanum J. Linder K. Logan F. Long Pupils learn to get along with others in Kindergarten Tennant, and A. Welton NOT PICTURBD: S. Derefield, M. Goodman, L. Hanna, E. Kline, S. McKee, D. Phillips, L. Roberts, E. Scribner, I Scribner, S. Smith, B. G. Lust L. Lyons J. McCurdy J. McElroy R. McPeek H. Miller D. Muffley B. Murphy E. Nance S. Newson S. Osborne M. Overfield J. Petrie K. Pfeifer B. Phillips D. Phillips D. Pierce R. Poland S. Porter T. Ramburger D. Reebel V. Reppart R. Ritchey T. Robinson L. Shipley N. Shipman L. Smith T. Smith R. Soulier M. Sterritt E. Stone P. Sutherland S. Tharp J. Thorburn K. Tinkey S. Trainer P. Walsh E. Weaver K. Wenger A. Whiston K. Williams J. Woodson B. Young P. Young ,. .,:: Y 25 ..:4 SMF iiziinfbimi L,A-,--W, . awk -V ,..-, Q 5 .4 2 fl P-NLKL if SHAW? Marion, Ohio COMPLETE REPAIR SHOP HEATING -L f f , 6. ' Al l fu M Z ' 653 East Center Street II ERlCKSON'S Installations and Repairs American Standard Exclusive Dealer For Conn and I6 West High Street Phone 946-l86I M t G'l Cl. Oh' Selmer Band Instruments Gun lea lo The Famous Globe Hotel and Restaurant MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO Over a Century of Service Phone 946-l036 Bill McColl Food Service I , if ' F007 LONGS M c come vs 3 Fares in P0 TA T059 GNIONS HAMBuResz2s 5HAllf5-5' 5 5 SUIIDAES DRINKS SUPER DOLLAR Mounf Gilead, Ohio Phone 946-3956 Complimenfs of: READY MIX CONCRETE THE ROBERT MAXWELL "All Equipmen+ Radio Con+rolled" Galion Marion Mounf A Subsidiary of Bell And Howell HO 8-5646 MARION. 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CRAVEN, Direcl-or Ambulance Service Mounl' Gilead, Ohio Phone 946-3040 HPM DIVISION OF KOEHRING COMPANY Serving Morrow County Since 1877 Mouni' Gilead, Ohio Phone 946-0222 BENSON TV-RADIO SERVICE ' For Fas? Service 0 Service On All Makes 0 Anfenna Sys+ems 0 Over 20 Years Experience 0 Hi-Fi and S+ereo ' Call 946-4037 Edison, Ohio MOUNT GILEAD MOUNT GILEAD GQ'-I: CLUB GEORGE SMITH - PRO Phone 946-i856 "Some of +he Fines+ 'Links' "Pleasing You, Pleases Us." 'n Ceniral Ohiou Mouni. Gilead' Ohio phone 946-5866 Easi' of Mouni' Gilead on S'l'a+e Rouie 95 opposife +he Beaufiful Mouni' Gilead S+a+e Lakes COPPER KETTLE Public Square Moun+ Gilead, Ohio PHONE 946-499I J IM'S MARATHON 'I' Goodrich Tires 'I' Delco BaHeries 'I' Tune-Ups 'I' Brake Service 'I' Car Wash 28 North Main 946-490i Mounl' Gilead, Ohio WAGNER BROTH ERS Phone 946-595I 8I Nor+h Rich S+reeI' Mounf Gilead, Ohio Zenifh and Philco Radio, Television, and Sfereo Ho+poin'I', Philco, and Mayiag Appliances Siegler - Oil and Gas S'Ioves Duponi-"LuciI'e Pain'I"' BRIGHTEN YOUR FUTURE wiI'h a savings accounl where only SIO a mon+h for IO years ai The currenl rale of dividend will give you over SI,400.00 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION Soufheasl' Corner of +he Square Galion, Ohio jimi, I M UNION DEPARTMENT STORE Soufh Main Slreel' Moun+ Gilead Ohio Phone 946-4956 PHONE 946 5036 BAlLEY'S BODY SHOP DAWD SHOAF . . 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OHIO RON'S CAPITOL BEAUTY THEATER SALQN Mounl' Gilead Ohio MARION, OHIO Complimenls of TOM ON THE PLAZA LANES MCNEWS SQUARE Mafion Ohio RESTAURANT For 40 Years OTTERBACHER Morrow Coun'ry's Only J Aufhorized Chevrolel' Dealer C E Chevrolel' Corvair 34 Soulh Main Sireel' Phone 946-587I Chevy ll Coryei-fe Chevelle Soulh Main Sir I' M 'I Gilead 946 3055 Complimenfs of lhe SOHIO STATION Norlh Main Sfreel' Mounl' Gilead, Ohio BETZ FLORIST Mounf Gileacl, Ohio Phone 946-I086 REGULUS Com plimenrs of N IXON INC. 81 600 Marion Road Mounf Gilead, Ohio RIGGS Doc'l'ors of Vererinary 94 - . . 6 5055 Medicine LONG'S SEED HOUSE GARSON'S SHOE STORE Garden Seed Plani' Food Pea+ Moss Florsheim-Roblee-Pedwin-Massagic Farm Seeds Hush Puppies fo' Me"'Wome" and Ch'ld'e" MARION ROAD MOUNT GILEAD, or-no PHONE 946 love Daniel Green and Evans Slippers Red Cross-Cobbies-Joyce Selby Arch Preserves Miller Fool' Defender 'Red Ball Je+s-Summerei-ies Specializing in Orrhopedic Foofwear and Professional Shoes for Women II4 Soufh Main Sfree+ MARION, OHIO HARPER'S DAIRY BOrden's Dairy Producfs Edison, Ohio Phone 946-4836 CompIimen+s of MORROW ELECTRIC CO-OP Mouni' Gilead, Ohio 946-2856 Complimenrs of HAFFN ER'S 5c-51.00 STORE Mouni' Gilead, Ohio XXX STH! 44, ii' 'Q 'X ix 4 ,Q I if Z: f-H 3 a svE?S3:ga::oronS Jr O02 Go" Co a st to 1- M. . M. CASTLE 81 COMPANY Sfeel Dis+ribu+ors THE SENTINEL II7 Years Old New Every Wednesday "All Jrhe School News" ASMAN'S DRUG STORE Mounf Gilead. Ohio 26 Soufh Main Sfreei' Phone 946-l026 Wifh Jeff Mosier af The wheel, Carolyn Chandler, Jim Wolfinqer, and Linda Baughman fry oul a "Old " DSW S. ai' REDEMAN'S SMITH INSURANCE is In xclamisxnaasxxii xziimii ge ggi C xi . fig' ww: JI 'II nd V I 4 ' V 'Qkmp me.-fl,1 , we vm I. . ' I .17 f '-.4 3f,':1f,"4f-rattle' - 74I?"2w - M44 "4 -2 gary., , , , .... - , I ,. ' a xfrf fe 1. Mn , 14 . - 1' 9 , :fr .Q he . ma -' iv f ,. - "" me SQ . .I I, , . , m ,..7 . , ,M fast!! - Q li 4 fe wi '.' '7 "L ' ' ' - Q ps' Emu:-Ja Jr fi?-fizgam-'V' Y f U 'S ' , ' like X- ,. ff.-f K wif in 1.-we NM' ' ,- I ,W f v I ' 'V 5' "wwf ww-ewfm.w"'f 2 It lag, I 5: 1 5 V, .4 KW t , ,n QV, , V5 414 ,, , T-n w tv : fifsuwg F 53151 YO-X , i fd5,,x:I.yZS' ' . 'Ji L p m iisgqfiiiixwmfi f,felQ.2:5 X 3 g ig' ffi I-If ' 1iE?9fPf3 ,' V I' I '. '-Raef ' ' -23 L 5 I 32211 " 1551. ' , I' ff? 'H 1 , -fa ,, ,,, W, 4 IJ A---. wk z E I f - ,I-1 ,g ig, '- ' I I . . vm xml L , ' I I w21i4g,.Q.i?rg,A,iml,i:' ' I ,Q 14 5 Q I Jw-1195?-4"Wf f' " ., if' I J,:153 3,t. , gig, I ,-Q5-I ' tw: hffXW4w4,gi ,,' A - ,, wr I N 4-gy KM ii, ' I . , , ' 1, f ' I I JM I V, fi k,,,.f 3,,.5j,.W,I ,,!f,,f,.f, rf-I-fw,f,f., U., . . 7 .1 M "' "" Moum' Gilead, Ohio II4 Wesi' High Sfreei' Phone 946-39I6 20 We PENNEY'S 246 Wesi' Cenier S+reeI' Marion, Ohio 3-Shopping Nighfs Mon.-Wed.-Fri.-'TiI 9:00 P.M. Remember You can Charge II' af Penney's J. 81 H. SHOE STORE Public Square Galion, Ohio JOHN MCANALL HOWARD DUDLEY THE WHITE HOUSE Mouni' Gil-eacI, Ohio CompIimenI's of C. C. MURPHEY COMPANY QUAY DRUG STORE of Galion and , HINDMAN'S si-los si-lov S+ H-sh S+ree+ Phone 946-1046 CRYSTAL ICE AND ZERO LocKERs of Moun+ Gilead Nofhing, however cos+Iy, conveys so much +ruIy personal feeling as . YOUR PORTRAIT. Of course. if shoulcl be a recenl' one. HAVE WE PHOTOGRAPHED YOU LATELY? CUBBERLY STUDIOS 38 Sou'Ih Sandusky Delaware, Ohio MARION BENNETTIS OFFICE EQUIPMENT CN THE SQUARE "The Marqual SIore" Galionl Ohio II7 Nor+h Main Phone DU 2-3620 MARION OHIO fI, ,, y KEITH'S FLOWER SHOP ANDREW'S ALL STAR qmmi Eoons ik Galion. Ohio Grade "A" Producfs Fancy Ice Cream HO 8-3262 HO 8-2I73 BOLINGER IMPLEMENT COMPANY Sales Service JOHN DEERE WHEEL HORSE EDISON 946-50 I 7 OHIO CongraI'uIa'Iions Io +I-ne Seniors TAYLOR'S MARKET Delivery Service 30 Sou+I'1 Main S+ree1' Moun+ Gilead, Ohio SUPPLY INC. 946394' so souffh Main-Mom Gilead-9464055 SENIORS ANDREWS, MARJORIE 14-50-76-105 ASMAN, DEBORAH 14-50-54-60-65-66 69-72-73-75-78-105 AULT, JANET 14-50-58-59-60-64-105 BAILEY, SUE 4-10-12-14-23-50-64-105 106 BEARDSLEY, IRENE 14-50-52-53-105 BENNETT, BON ITA 14-50-52-53-60-65 66-67-69-72-73-74-105 BLOCKSOM, SHARON 14-50-105 BREHM, REBECCA 14-45-50-64-72-73- 75-105 BRINKMAN, RANDY 14-62-105 BROWN, MARY ANNE 12-15-39-40-50- 60-76-105 BUNKER, GEORGE 15-56-105 BURNS, LARRY 15-105-114- CALHOUN, SARA 15-50-54-60-76-78-105 CAMPBELL, ROSEMARY 15-52-105 CASTO, GARRY 15-44-69-73-74-77-105 COOK, ROBERT 15-108-105 CORBIN, GERALD 12-15-49-105 COTTON, THOMAS 13-23-39-48-49-62 80-82-94--105-116 CRAVEN, ROGER 13-23-39-48-49 93-103-105-106-108 CROUSE, KENNETH 15-94-105-115' DALRYMPLE, MICHAEL 16-23-49-62- 66-92-105 DANIELS, RUTH 16-50-52-53-60-64-72-73 74-105 DAUGHERTY, SANDY 16-4-5-105 DAVIS, RICHARD 16 DeLONG, ROBERT 16-105 EVANS, BETTY 1-10-12-16-45-65-105- 106 EVANS, SUSAN 16-45-65-105 FATE, MARSHA 13-50-51-54-60-65-66 69-78-105-106 FERRELL, SHEILA 16-50-52-53-70-105 UNDERCLASSMEN -A- ALKIRE, SUSAN 24-50-58-61-72-75-78 I 60 High School Index FISSELL, ROBERT 16-56-80-105 FOX, JACALYN 17 GALLAGHER, DENNIS 3-17-49-62-66- 69-86-87-88-89-95-105-101108-112 GERHARDT, KENNETH 13-36-4849- 62-63-92-103 GEYER, PAM 10-17-50-52-84-85-99- 105-113 GHENT, SANDRA 17-50-70-72-73-74- 105 GROVES, NANCY 17-50-70-103-105 HAENSZEL, MARY 17-43-57-58-60-76 105 HEIML-ICH, MAX 3-17-23-41-48-49-62 63-66-80-92-93-97-105 HERSHEY, IDA BELLE 17-58-105 HOLLINGSWORTH, EUGENE 12-17- 58-80-82-105 HUBBARD, REBECCA 18-58-105 JACKSON, BARBARA 18-50-52-72-73- 76-105 JOHNSON, SHARON 45-105 JORDAN, SALLY 3-18-50-54-60-65-76 77-78-105 KERR, MARY 18-36-46-50-51-54-55-60 61-64-66-72-73-76-77-103-105-108 KIN CADE, LINDA 18-50-65-105 KIRK, DWIGHT 18-41-46-49-65-66-69-105 LESTER, DAVID 18-105 LEVERIN G, SANDRA 18-50-54-60-64-70- 71-72-73-75-96-105 LEVINGS, JUNIOR 1-18-62-80-82-84-94 105 LOGAN, ANNE 19-23-50-51-52-60-69 70-76-84-99-105-107 LONG, RHETA 19-50-52-72-73-75-105 LONG, STEPHEN 19-62-86-87-89-94-105 McCOLL, TERRY 4-13-48-64-92-105-107 McCONN ELL, LANA 19-58-70-105 McCREARY, DIANA 19-45-50-6O-64- 76-77-78-103-105-115 MCHUGH, JUDY 19-39-40-50-52-53-60 66-105-107 ARCHER, BARBARA 28 ASHBROOK, VICKIE -28-37-40-50-52- 60-61-78-101-114 AULT, JAMES 41-42-56-80 AXTHELM, ROGER 28-37-91-92 MALONE, SAM 19-105 MARTIN, MARVIN 12-19-105 MORTON, JOHN 12-19-105-116 MILJOERAY, JAMES 13-62-80-8-3-94-103- MURRAY, ROGER 20-103-105 NIXON, RONALD 3-20-62-63-80-82-83 86-87-88-90-92-93-1021105 OSBORNE, CARLA 10-12-20-45-50-64- 105-107 PINYERD, RICKY 20-49-66-92-97-103- 105 RANDALL, THOMAS 20 RANSBOTTOM, PHYLLIS 20-105 RICHARDSON, BARBARA 20-65-76-105 RIST, CONNIE 20-50-70-76-105 RIZOR, KAREN 13-23-50-54-55-60-65-76 77-84-85-98-105 ROBINSON, PATRICIA 10-20-23-50-52- 64-66-67-69-105-107-114-164 RYAN, EVELYN 10-21-4-5-50-60-64- 103-105 SEARS, CARROLL 21-105 SHADE, JOHN 21-103-105 SHEPARD, ROGER 12-21-105-107-115- 116 SNYDER, JAN 21-50-66-76-78-105 SOUTHARD, STANLEY 21-49-66-69- 105 STAIGER, DON 12-21-105-116 THOMAS, LINDA 21 TRAINER, MICHAEL 21-49-69-105 TROYER, FLOYD 22-105 VAIL, JAMES 12-2249-62-80-105-116 VAUGHAN, E-dDITH 22-36-41-50-52-60- 66-72-73-108 WERTZ, SUSAN 10-22-58-105 WEST, JACQUELINE 3.22.50-54.66. 70-71-72-78-74-105 WHITE, LILLIAN 22-38-50-55-60-66-61 76-78-105-107 WIELAND, VIRGINIA 22-36-50-51-54 60-64-76-77-105-106-107-108-114--164 -3- BACHELDER, MICHAEL 24-49 BACHELDER, RICHARD 2462-80-84- 103 ADDELEY, CHARLOTTE 28-72 AIRD, MARY 32-75 AIRD, RUTH 28-39-72 AKER, LINDA 24-50-61-78 AKER, 'MARILYN 32-61 AKER, STEVEN 32 ALDWIN, HAROLD 32 BALDWIN, VIRGIE 32 ARTLEY, JACK 32 BAUGHMAN, LINDA 24-36-76-156 BAUGHMAN, MARSHA 32-43 BEALL, ROGER 28-56-80 BENDER, STEPHEN 32-80-94 BENNETT, NANCY 28-50-52-54-60-70- 72-75-78 BLOSE, PAMELA 28-40-50-52-60-61-70- 76-78 BODMAN, JERRY 28-37-72-74-80 BRADY, PATT1 32 BRADY, SANDRA 2s.5o.6o.7o.vs BRINKMAN, MARTY 28-80-95 BROCKLESBY, DENNIS 32-42 BROWN, JEANNIE 32-61 BROWN, STEVEN 3242.72.74 BRUSH, SHARoN'24..5a.51.65.5B.75 BUCHANAN, GARY 24 BUNKER, DARLENE 25.58.70 BURNS, EDWARD 24-49 BURSON, ELLEN 22.55.148 BURTON, VICTORIA 2850.52.75 -C- CALHOUN, WILLIAM 28-40-49-87-91- 95-112 CARMEAN, MARLEE 24-50-52-53-61- 72-75-78-113 CARPENTER, LINDA 24-66-76-78 CASTLE, LINDA 32 CHANDLER, CAROLYN 24-52-53-66- 84-85-156 CHAPMAN, DORIS 24-43-50-58-61-72- 73-74-78-109 CHUBB, GARY 32 CHUBB, VICKIE 32-61 CLAPPER, PAMELA 24-50-52-61-78-102 CLARK, JANE 28 CODY, BARRY 32-75-80-92 CODY, STEVEN 24-80 COLDWELL, BONNIE 32-54-60-61-72- 75-78 COLDWELL, DANNY 24-62-94 COLLINS, LARRY 24 High School Index CONANT, MARY 28-37-50-60-71 CONING, JOHN 32-62-80-92 CONING, LINDA 24-50-52-66-76-78 CONING, VIRGINIA 28--50-60-78 CONKLE, GLORIA 32-52-58-61 CONKLE, THOMAS 32 COOK, DAN 24 COOPER, BARBARA 24-61 COUNTS, CONRAD 32-39 COURTNEY, PHIL 28-37-49-72-75-91-92 COVERT, DIANA 28-50-60-61-76 CRAVEN, BARBARA 24-50-52-53-61-72 73-74-109-113-157 CRAVEN, GARY 32-35-80-91-92-112 CRONENWETT, BECKY 32-60-61-72-75 78 CUMSTON, ROBERT 24 CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT 28 CUNNINGHAM, ROSE 3261 -D- DALLAS, CLAUDE 32 DALLAS, WILLIAM 28 DALRYMPLE, JUDY 10-24-58-59-115 DALRYMPLE, TAM 32-61-76 DAVIS, RICHARD 24 DeLONG, RONALD 29 DETWILER, MARY 24-61-113-148 DILSAVER, MICHAEL 29 DOUP, KATHRYN 32-52-61 DUMBAUGH, STANLEY 3-25-49 DUPLER, MICHAEL 32-37-80 -E- EALEY, TIMOTHY 29 ECKARD, ROBERT 25-49-62-80-82-83 92 EFFLAND, PATRICIA 29-54-76-78-148 ELKIN, MARY 33-52-61-78 ELLIS, PATSY 33 EVANS, LINDA 33-70 EVANS, RONALD 29 -F- FARRINGTON, HELEN 33-58-59-61-76 FATE, DEBRA 33-61-76 FERGUSON, AMBRUS 29-37-91-92 FISHER, BONNIE 10-25-50-54-76-144 FOLTZ, RICHARD 33-72-74 FOX, FRANK 33-80 FRAYER, DAVID 25-62-95 FRITZ, LINDA 29-37-50-52-53-60-61 FURNISS, LARRY 25-62-80-86-90-92 109-112 -5- GANSON, LORETTA 33 GARAY, WILLIAM 29 GARVERICK, BONNIE 25-37-50-52-53- 76-78 GATTSHALL, CAROL 25-58-59 GATTSHALL, CHERYL 25-43-58-59 GEORGE, JANEY 29-50-54-60-78 GERHARDT, DAVID 33-76-80 GEYQER, ERIC 25-48-49-62-80-95-103- GEYER, JOHN 33-39-80 GIFFIN, CATHY 29-50-54-72-74 GILLIAM, LIBBY 33 GOFF, JUDY 29-58-59-61-76 GOFF, RICHARD 25-56-57 GOMPF, KATHIE 25-43-58-59-61 GORDON, MARK 25-39-102 GRIFFITH, DIXIE 33 GPiIj1gFITH, THOMAS 25-49-62-80-91-92 GRILE, GEORGE 33-80 -H.. HAENSZEL, LINDA 25-61-72-75 HALBERT, MARLENE 25-50-52-58-59 70-113-148 HALBERT, PHILLIP 25 HARDY, KAY 29-37-50-60-76-148 HARRIS, VAL 29-48-62-80-91-94 HART, JERRY 33-73-80 HALIRST, STEVEN 3-28-62-63-91-94-113- HARTLEY, TERRY 3-25 HARTPENCE, DAVID 33-56-57-72-74 HARTPENCE, DENNY 25-37-76 H1??VEY, MARTINA 33-37-48-54-61-72 HEACOCK, DANA 25-41-76-102-109 HEACOCK, SHARON 33-54-61-76-78 HEDRICK, MIKE 33 HERSHEY, DONNA 29-58 HERSHEY, JERRY 29 HERSHN ER, ROBERT 25-64-66-67-68- 72-74 lbl HIGGINS, THOMAS 33-37 HIGH, KEITH 33-43-56 HIGHSMITH, JAMES 25-66-109 HILDEBRAND, JANET 33-61-76 HILDEBRAND, TERRY 29-40 HINTON, RITA 25-52 HOBSON, GARY 33 HOBSON, MICHAEL 33 HOLLINGSWORTH, WAYNE 29.87.- 62.80.91 HOLT, CINDA 25-58-113 HONAKER, JOAN 24-50-66-76-78-109 144 HOOVER, SUSAN 29-50-60-76-78 HOUPT, LYNN 29-52-60-76 HOUPT, MAJ ORIE 25-38-50-52-72-75 HUEISQBBERT, DAVID 25-49-66-72-74-109 HUGHES, HERBERT 3-29-91-95 HULL, CAROLYN 25-50-76-78 HUSTON, SALLY 33-52-76 HUSTON, STEPHAN 29 -1- IRELAND, PHYLLIS 29-50-60-148 -J- JAGGER, JUDY 33-57-61-76-77-78 JAGGERS, MARY JO 29-50-60-78-148 JAMES, CHRISTINA 33 JAMES, ROBERT 33-80 -K- KECKLER, CLARENCE 33 KEHRWECKER, GARY 29 KEIL, JAMES 33-56 KEIL, MICHAEL 30-56 KELLY, BRUCE 25-38-49 KEMNITZER, JOHN 25-66-67 KERNS, RUSSELL 30 KIMBALL, CAROL 33-36-70-71-76-78 KIMMEY, JAMES 56 KINCADE, GARY 30-40 KLINE, LINDA 25-50-54-66-68-76-78-109 KLINGEL, PAMELA 30-50-60-76-78 KIEIKAQCIHEL, LURA 25-50-54-66-72-75-78 KNOX, TERESA 34-61 I 62 High School Index KRAMER, ALAN 26-37 KUBBS, SANDY 30-37-50-60-76 -L- LANCASTER, MICHAEL 26-86-87-89 LANDON, RALPH 30-80 LAWYER, MARIE 50-52-60 LEE, BARBARA 34-61-78 LEE, PHILLIP 26-62-63-86-87-88-92-112 LENTZ, CAROLINE 30-52-76-78 LEQXE-RING, CONNIE 30-50-60-72-74- LEVERING, NONNA 26-50-52-57-61-78 LEXSO, ROBERTA 26 LINSCOTT, BETTY 34-52-61-115 LINSCOTT, TOM 26 LOGAN, BARBARA 30-50-54-60-76-78 LQEQN, JEFFREY 26-27-66-92-102-109- LONG, JENNIFER 32-61 LONG, JUDY 26-50-52-58-59-61-66 LONG, NANCY 26-50-54-72-75 LYKINS, BARBARA 34-37-52-61-70-71- 72-75-78 LYONS, BEULAH 26 .MC- IVICEQLELLAND, BONNIE 34-52-61-72-75- MCCLELLAND, LEE 24-49-66-67-68-94 MCCOLL, SHARON 34-61-70-71-78 MOCOMBS, MICHAEL 26-148 MCCRACKEN, SHARON 34-61 MCCURDY, CAROLYN 26-50-58-59 MOGRAW, BONNIE 26-50-84-85 MCHUGH, EDNA 34-52-61-115 MCKINN EY, MIKE 34-56 McPEEK, JANET 30-50-60-76 McPEEK, TERRY 56 -M- MALONE, EDNA 34 MALONE, JAMES 26-80-92 MALONE, LESTER 30-37-80-92 MARTIN, LARRY 30 MARTIN, RANDY 34-56 MASON, JOHN 34-56 MATHEWS, ELIZABETH 28-50-54-60- 76-78 IVIATSON, JILL 30-37-58-59 MILLER, MARY 30 MILLER, VIRGINIA 26-50-52-58 MINTON, JO ANN 26-36-37-76 MOSIER, ALICE 8448 MOSIER, CHARLES 34 MOSIER, CHRISTINE 34-76 MOSIER, JEFFREY -N- NESBITT, KAREN 26-50-70-71-76 NEWMAN, RICHARD 30 NICHOLSON, DIANE 30-50-72-75-78 -0- ORSBORN, JAMES 26-62-80-92 OWEN, LYNN 30-37-50-60-78-148 OWEN S, STEVE 34-42 -P- PATTERSON, DONALD 34 PATTERSON, RONALD 30 PETERSON, JAMES 26-92-93 PETRIE, MARY 50-52-60-76-78 PFEIFER, MIKE 34 PHILLIPS, JUDY 34-43-58-61 PHILLIPS, LARRY 3-30-39-91-113 PHILLIPS, MARTHA 30-50-60-78 PHILLIPS, STEVEN 30-80 PIERCY, SUZANNE 30-50-52-60-61-76 78-101-114 PLACE, CINDY 26-50-54-78-114-144 PORTER, JUNE 26-48-50-52-61-101-109 114-158 .R- RATLIFF, SHIRLEY 26-41 RANSBOTTOM, KAREN 34-52 REDMON, GLORIA 34-43 REED, JOHN 26 RENSCH, DOUG 26-49 RENSCH, JUDY RICE, DON 8474.80.95 RIFFLE, DARROL 34-80 RICCS, STEPHEN 26.-49.94.114 RIST, RONNIE 30 ROACH, DONALD 26-80 ROBERTS, CAROLYN 34-76 , 'j -... SALISBU RY, KERRY 34-56 AMPSON, CLIFTON 30 ARR, LEWIS 3-34-80-94 AYERS, DAVID 26-80 AYERS, EDWARD 30-37-56 AYLOR, BERTHA 34 AYLOR, WALTER 34 CHRACK, JUDY 30-50-72-75 COTT, JEAN 26-58-59-113 EABURN, STEVE 26-80-92 HADE, DAVID 30 HAFFER, NELSON 30 HELTON, SHERRY 10-24-41-109-157 SHERMAN, JOSEPH 27 SHIPMAN, CAROL 31-50-54-60-70-72-74 SHIRK, CALVIN 35-72-74 SHIRK, PHILLIP 27-44-66-72-74 SHIRLEY, ROBERT 31-56-86-87-88-112 SHIRLEY, SHARON 31 SHOEWALTER, TIMOTHY 31-94 SIMS, DENNIS 27-49-50-62-80-84 86-91-92-109 SIMS, JUDY 27-52-66-70-72-74-78 SIMS, RENEE 31-50-54-60-76-77-78 SIPE, DAVID 34 SLAVIK, FRANK 35-80-94 SLAVIK, MARY ANN 31-50-60-76-148 SMITH, DARLENE 27-50-54-72-75 SMITH, JAMES 35-56 SMITH, KAREN 3548-54-61-76-84-85 100-114 SMITH, TIMOTHY 27.66.7215 SMITH, TOM 31-37 SMITH, VICKIE 35.52 SNYDER, JOHN 35.72.15 SOULIER, WILLIAM 35.1-1.80.95 STALEY, MARY 31-37-50-54-60-76-78 STALEY, VIRGIL 31-42-56 STAUP, LARRY 35.56 STECK, BONNIE 43-103 STECK, ROBERT 31-91 STERRITT, JO ELLEN 27-50-52-58-113 STRAIN, BLAIR 31 STRAIN, GREGG 49-148 STRAIT, JUDY 31-58-61-76-113 -T- TAULBEE, ANEDA 31 TAYLOR, TOM 35 THOMAS, CARL 27-56-80 THOMAS, LINDA 31-37-70 THORNTON, CAROL 31-50-72-75-78 TIERNEY, KAY 35-52-61-72-75 TIEJISNEY, LINDA 50-61-66-70-71- High chool Index TOOT, SANDRA 31-60-72-73-75 TRAINER, TOM 35-56-80 TROYER, RICHARD 35-42 TURNER, RONALD 27 -U- UNDERWOOD, RONALD 31-56 .V- VAIL, RICHARD 31-54-55-75-76-80 VAN BUSKIRK, RUTH 27-50-61-78 VIPPERMAN, LINDA 27-58 -W- WARD, CYNTHIA 31-50-57-60-72-75-78 WARNER, DAVID 314849 WEASTON, CHARLES 27-62-94 WEASTON, JAMES 31-63-91-94 WEBER, TERRY 31-54-55-72-75-91 WEHR, PATRICE 31-50-54-60-76 WEHR, SANDRA 35-52-61-72-75-78 WECELER, MELISSA 27-50-54-66-76-78- WERTZ, ROBERT 27-56 WEST, CHARLOTTE 52-53-76 WEST, EDWARD 31 WIGTON, TERRY 24-62-86-90-94-109 WIIQCOX, REBECCA 31-50-54-60-72-75 WILLIAMS, KENNETH 2749-62-63- 92 WILSON, IRA 27-76 WILSON, MARY 10-27-52-109-144 WOLFINGER, JAMES 27-4849-66-67-68 72-75-156 WONES, BETSY 31-50-76-84-85-103 WOOD, KRISTINE 35-58-59-61 WYRICK, PATRICIA 27-50-52-61-72-75 -Y.. YOUNG, HAROLD 35 YOUNG, RICHARD 35-94 -Z- ZENTLER, DUSTAN 31-49 ZIMMERMAN, JOHN 35-80 PERSONNEL ALVEY, BETTY 8-52 ASHBROOK, MAXINE 6 BAKER, HARLESS 11 BAKER, HARLESS IMRSJ 11 BAUMAN, JOHN 4-8-81-83-114 BEARD, MARGATET 8 BEARD, R. S. 8-42-56 BLOSE, HAZEL 11 BOWEN, FERN 8-59 I CAMPBELL, JOHN 8-39-63-81-91-94-113 CLOUSE, FLORENCE 8-10-39-60-61-1-04 108 COOK, CHARLES 3-841-108 COVERT, GEORGIANNA 11 DAVID, DALE 844-73-75-76-77 FRY, ROXANNA 7 GEYER, JOHN 7 GLADDEN, ROBERT 7 HARPER, RAY 11 HART, EILEEN 7 HIGGINS, BARBARA 6 HILDEBRAND, IRENE 11 HUBBERT, MARTHA 8-10-54-55-116 HUDOCK, JOHN 8 JACKSON, GEORGE 7 JACKSON, GOLDIE 11 JAGGER, RICHARD 7 KARLE, DAVID 8-112-115 KINCADE, JAMES 7 KNACHEL, BLANCHE 3-9-50-51-113 MILLER, JAMES 9-36-38 MILLS, RAY 6 NICHOLSON, D. C. 6-48 NICHOLSON, VALESKA9-70-71 OVERFIELD 7 PICKLESIMER, DORMAN 9-66 STEPHENS, PAUL 11 SWANSON, CHARLES 949-54 WEBB, MARVIN 9-115 WHITE, GERALD 3-940-81-86-87-95 WIELAND, KATHRYN 9-50-51-107 WIENTJES, ROBERT 9 I63 about that closer look . . The time has come to put away the symbolic microscope. The year was filled with the usual number of fads, such as the Bird, the shift dress, and The Beatles. Common topics of student conversations were athletic victories and defeats, numerous scholastic accomplishments, progress of the new campus-type high school, and news events which directly affected the lives of the students. All will look back on this year and remember the assassination of President ,lohn F. Kennedy, the deaths of General Douglas MacArthur and Prime Minister Nehru of India, the withdrawal of Astronaut ,lohn F. Glenn from the senatorial race, the birth of the Fischer Quints, and locally, the continuance of the oil boom. 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