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

 - Class of 1965

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Mills is the graduate of a two-year training course in education at Alfred Holbrook College, received B.S. from Wilmington College, and his M.A. from Miami University. The six years that Mr. Mills has been superintend- ent have seen many advancements, the most recent of which was the opening of the new high school in the fall of 1964. D. C. NICHOLSON High School Principal Prin. Nicholson received his AB. and lVI.E. degrees from Ohio University. He has been with the Mt. Gilead school system since 1941 and has been principal since 1953. The efficiency and capability of his office have earned him the respect of the student body as well as the faculty. MAXINE BARBARA HIGGINS ASHBROOK Asst. Secretary to Mr Secretary to Mr. Mills Mills The Board ls a Vlial Part of Education JAMES KINCADE Pre rdent RICHARD JAGCER Vlce Presldent GFORGE JACKSON Member of the Board JOHN CFYER Member of the Board J ALLAN UVERFH LD Member of the Board C R GLADDEN Clerk of the Board ROXANNA FRY Bookkeeper and Secre- tary EILEEN HART Secretary to Mr. Ni, cholson MARGARET BEARD BS. Ohio State General Sc'if-1141: DAVID KARLE BS. Fld. O. North. Ind. Arts CHARLES SWANSON B.A. Ohio U. C. Sci., Phys. Sci., G. Math STARK BEARD B.S. Ohio State Voc. Ag. Sa Hort. NANCY KENNEDY B.S. Ohio State Commercial JANE THROCKMORTON H.Ec. Ed. Ohio State Home EC. JOHN CAMPBELL 11.5. Ottcrbein Phys. Ed., Dr. Train., Health BLANCIIE KNACIIEL B. A. Otterbftin lfnglish 1181111 TIM NVALTERS AB. Speech O. U. Speech, Eng. II FLORENCE CLOUSE B.A. Findlay College Phys. Ed., Health, Am. Hist. .1AMES lN11L1.1QR B.A. Otterlnein French 18111, World History GERALD WHITE BS. Mz11'ictta College Biology A Competent and Effective Faculty CHARLES COOK B.A. O. Wesleyan Clit-nn., Phys., Alg. l VALESKA NICHQLSON M.L.S. Kent State Librarian KATHRYN WIELAND B.A. Otterbein English IH K IV DALE DAVID M.M.Ed. Drake Voc., Inst. Music JERRY SMOKE B.S. Edu. Ohio State Art JAMES WILDER B.S. Edu. O. State Am. Hist., Gov. MICHAEL HAWKINS B.S.Edu. O. State Voc., lust. Music JUDY SMOKE B.S.Edu. O. State Bus. Law, EC., Civ Bus. HARTSELL DODRILL M.E. Ohio State Administrative Asst. MARTHA HUBBERT M.A. Columbia Adv. Math, Pl. Ceo Alg. II MARTHA STRATTON A.B.Eng. Marion English I Si II .l. W. BAUMAN M.Ed. Univ. Houston Guidance Engineers a Progressive Program. 1, ' M . 1 A LW, M, Www .-: , f- .T N I m wwf 1 Lwmlmgsumwi-' lu M. M ,W MIM 4 7 'W "ww -.-MM, ww -aw, -qw mfs.. w ,, . .wr J. X 8 gf- nf, H - -sifmw.,f,,Q3',5,i 2 vw. Medltatlon "Rub-a-Dub-Dub! Eric Ceycr President L00 Wvaynv lVlcClvlland View President Ernest Barnett Secretary QNO picturel William Toplyn Trf asurc r James Orsborn President Student Council Class Officers Look Ahead Linda Kline Vice President Student Council Sherry Shelton Secretary Student Council Donny Nicholson Treasurer Student Council Seniors Learn Working Today Susan Alkire Michael Bacheldvr Richard Bachelder Linda Baker Linda Baughman Sharon Brush Larry Buchanan Edward Burns Marlee Carmean is Building for Tomorrow Linda Carpenter Carolyn Chandler Doris Chapman Pamcla Clappcr Str-Ven Cody Daniel Coldwell Larry Collins Linda Coming Daniol Cook Barbara Cooper Barbara Craven Evan Cumston Activities and Organization Work Judy Dalrympic Richard Davis Staniffy Dumimaugh R0l16rl Eckarfi Jenny Ifclminson Bonnie Fisher 'David Frayer Larry Furniss Bonita Garverick to Mold Responsible Characters Carol Gattshall Cheryl Callshall Richard Goff Kathie Gompf Mark Cordon Thomas Griffith I5 Marlene Halbert Phillip Halbert Terry Hartley Dvnnis Hartpencc Dana Heacock Robert Hershner Scholastic Excellence is c Richard Higgins James Higlisrnitli Rita Hinton Cinda Holt ,loan Honakcr Margery l-loupt David Hublwrt Carolyn Hull llrucv Kelly Foundation for the Future John Kvmnilzcr l,ura Knachr-l Alan Kramer Afhlehcs Develop Sportsmunshlp Thomas Lm colt Jeffrey Lo an Judy Lono Nancy Lon Beulah Lyons James Malone O O I O C Michael Lancaster James Lee Nonna Leverin . ' s g U 0' D Round Out the Senior Year. Barbara Shaffer Joseph Sherman Phillip Shirk Dennis Sims Judy Sims Doris Smith Ralph Smith Timothy Smith ,lo Ellen Sterritt Picfure No? Available Carol Stockdale Robert Strain Carlton Thomas Linda Tierney Ronald Turner Ruth Van Buskirk Appreciation of Ari and Drama is the Linda Vipperman Kenneth Walton Charles Weaston Melissa Weller Robert Wertz Charlotte West Terry Wigton Kenneth Williams Ira Wilson Keystone of a Rich, Full Life. Mary Wilson .lames Wolfinger Patricia Wyrick COI'd0l1 vvhlhley 1141 111111 0 IC 11 1 Ill Q1 ts up llllCl0 Olll OI 1 Ill Semors Fund Tlme for Amusement Wlth Work 1111 T1 110111 lll 111 1L Wll ll cfs ' D11 " lIlIblJ1'I'l, Illf' lr' l' tl 1 -1 hal 1, . as ' ' ph 1 pri A 10 111-p ussw bly. . . . . Q Ralph, Nviggxins, Buzz, 111111 T011 gvt Cl'l'ilIlll'll by 1'l1c1:1'lc:111- JA f 's ' MSI ly' g"i11 tl '111' 'I 'z11'y. ,,.,,:,, ,.,,. . .. ., ,, 'M , A n i I 1 I 555:25 4 , 5 ,fl Q ga fi. . .W we M 1 A , . l Juniors Find Responsibility and an B. Archer N. Bennett W- Cillliflllll F. CHITCI' S. Clark J, Clark M. Conant R. Evans A. Ferguson L. FFUZ J. George C. Griffin D- HCl'Sh'3Y J. Hershey T. Hildebrand V, Hill NV. Hollingsworth V. Ashbrook P. Blose V. Coming W. Griggs C. Hoover Picture Not Available 26 Increasing Role in Student Life. J. Ault .l. Bocllnan P. Courtney A. llord R. Axtlxclm C. Bzulduluy M. Brinknuln C. Buclmnnn D. Covert R. Clllllllllgllillll .l. QHLHIIOII K, Hardy L- HOIIDI H. Hughes R. Baird D. Bunker NV. Dallas V. Harris S. Huston V. Baldwin R. Beall E. Burson D. Byrum R. DeLong P. Eflland S. llart W. Hart P. Ireland M. Jagger Plclure Noi Available 27 Renee Sims and Nancy Bennett demonstrate a process known as goofing off. .l- MLHSOH J. McPeelc M. Miller .l. Pugh K. Runsbottom D. Reagh R. Sims M. Slavik T. Smith Working and Planning for the Prom C. Sampson M. Staley Piclure Noi' Available P571 amp Jennings Landon Nicholson . Sayers . Staley B. Jones M. Lawyer P. Nicholson J. Schrack L. Staup 28 P?c+ure Noi' Available Are the Major Tasks for Juniors O0 expr' Kehrwecker Lentz Owen Shade Strain M. Keil C. Levering R. Patterson N. Shaffer A. Taulbee R. Kerns B. Logan Petrie . Shipman . Thomas G. Kincade L. Malone S. Phillips R. Shirley J. Thompson P. Klingel E. Masterson S. Piercy S. Shirley C. Thornton S. Kllbbs E. Mathews D. Price S. Toot Picture Not Available Today's Upperclassmen Are Tomorrow's Leaders. R. Underwood R. Vail C. Ward W. Way J. Weaston T. Weber R. Wilcox B. Ylfones D. Zentler D. Warner N. Way P. Wehr E. West Mr. Wlalters makes a decision about casting. 30 Cheerleaders applaud the jolly purple giant Denny Slmc prPQentQ one' of the mnmly arts to hm speech claw Chunky and Jeff are flXlIlg the l1gl1tQ Fr1endQ Romana countrymen can you Qpaw me a dune? ' . x ez - - as an - av , - . , . , f ...... , . V . Sophomores Build an Important Plac 6 M. Baird M. Baker S. Baker H. Baldwin M. Barnett J. Bartley V. Chubb B. Cody B. Coldwell I. Coning G. Conkle T. Conkle T, Haley M. Elkin L. Evans H. Farrington D. Fate J, Fisher D. Hurtpcnvc M. Harvey C. Hobson S. Huston in High School Life M. Baughman P. Connelly F. Fox S. Heacock J. J aggers S. Bender D. Brocklesby G. Craven B. Cronenwett L. Ganson M. Carwood M. Hedrick P. Hicks C. James R. Jones Picfure of Available wk' J. Brown S. Brown R. Cunningham C. Dallas D. Gerhardt J. Geyer T. Higgins K. High C. Keckler J. Keil G. Chubb T. Dalrymple J. Hart J. Hildebrand C. Kimball 33 Ordering Class Rings Makes Sophomores J. Kimmey . Malone G. Redmon F. Slavik K. Tierney T. Knox S. Koch B. Lee B. Linscott J. Long C. Masterson D. Maybee . Mosier C. Mosier C. Mosier J. Rensch M. Reynolds D. Rice D. Riffle C- R0b6rtS B. Smith K. Smith V. Smith J. Snyder W. Soulier T. Trainer R. Troyer M. Ufferman S. Wehr R. Wilkinson 34 Feel More a Part B. Lykins B. McClelland S. Owens C. Pate K. Salisbury L. Sarr B. Southard S. Spangler C. Wood H. Young Picfure Noi Available S. McColl S. McCracken E. McHugh M, McKinney D. Patterson M. Pfeifer J. Phillips K, Redd C. Shaffer C. Shirk S. Short D. Sipe B. Sleck W. Stiles L. Stockdale K. Thompson R. Young J. Zimmerman 35 The line up ! Freshmen Adiusi to New C. Warner, T. Smith, S. Foster, and S. Taylor work as freshman class leaders. M PFW! C3 M. Armstrong Carter Crane Franks Hall Jordan B. Baclleldcr T. Clapper R. Cross D. Franks N. Harden M. Jordan K. Bachelder P. Clark FI. Densel J. Frayer P. Hedrick M. Keckler High School Experiences. fi 1 Viiwk wyf WM.-fi F fx. I . Q2 .5 " 5 kms., .. yr X wg. . 7, .. 1. X55 'r7i. .E .5 4. 3 N, ' A I rm.. X 'Q C. Bailey li. Clouse S. l'iclw:11'ds P. George K. llelman J. Kchrwcvkcr 15 Q . v. .gh vve. N , ' ffmwf fm. 4 .W I . , 5 N QM , 3 5..,,,Ww he 1 S. Beull N. Conklc XV. l"illlI'll'l1 T. Cuyer C. llildPl1ruml M. Kvinnitzer CA H I 1 R 'Siu 'WXUH l mm isra- 'CM-wr .L . Brown . Corbin . Farrington . Clarlflen . llill . Kisor 'Nina'-1 D. Blllillvll R. Cotton ill. Fm-rf-ll .l. Coll D. llinton D. Know 'Qbsv .l. Curinczin P. CI1l'I4Ilf'll6I' C. Counts G. Counts R. Foltz S. Foetvr C. Compli D. Crillitli C. llonzilwr M. Horil D. Korli C. Kublis 37 Freshmen Study Eng. I, Gen. Sci. and Alg. M. Lepp J. Mcpeek R. Rifllards S. Sll9lxb0llI'l1C Y. Starlin Plcfure Noi Avazlable Pm-Yure Noi' Available Lcvings Mills . RiI'lIlll'llS0ll Slllplllilil Slites D. Kllf'IlZk'F, T. MOKinn4'y, I.. Redd, J. Slnwbourmr, U. SlilIlSblIl'y, 38 J. XV l'f'I1 L. Loffer J. Noukes ff. Riffle M. Short S. Taylor J. I.. T. J. P Logan Pangborn Rimr Simpson Troyer J. Lyon S. Patten R. Ryan R. Smith G. Xfflllllf7I'k00i NOT PIC ITURED J. Nazworth A. Davis A. Duhs R. Levings W. Hart to Prepare for More Advanced Work. Plclure Noi' Available W. Mayhee B. Phillips N. Scllrotll J. Smith R. VanSvl1oy D. McDonald Nl. Randolph D. Shaw E. Snell V. Wilkinson Future Teachers Prepare for Sponsors: Mrs. Hubbertg Officers: S. Heacock, N. Long, E. Mathews, R. Simms, J. George, B. Logan, M. Elkin. Left-Mrs. Burns presented Jim Os- borne with the F.T.A. Scholarship. Llfe of Vital Service Left Nus FTA members pow: for TCCOQHI tion .xfte r thm ll nmtlmon , Y 1 ' . . A - Z . Candystrlplng Gives Future Nurses Important 5'-'we Mrs Wlentjes presents Carolyn Chfmdler wlth future Nurses Scholarshlp Sponsor Mrs Wlentjes O I I 'I' as . - -. Q ' . ., . I Experience Necessary in Their Chosen Field Above Sponsor Mrs Wlentjes TOP ROW Barbara Shaffer lo Ellen Sterut Marlee Calmean Barbara Craxen MHJOIIC Houpt Darlene Smlth Pam Clappex Lynn Houpt Lmda Conmg Marle Lawyer BOTTOM ROW Carolyn Chandler Pam B10 e Judy Sim Lmda F11t1 Carolyn Chandler and Judy Slms practice thelr bedside manner on patient Pam Blose " - - 7 Q Q v , v ' ' 4 - l 1 . - 1 U a 9 1 1 7 9 - , , S , 25 , .. -1 Leadership and Community Spirit Are Two of the Above-D. Hartpence, B. Wertz, and M. Kile, relax in Chicago lounge. Virgil Staley and Keith High spend their time sight-seeing. Mike Kile and Bob Werlz take a few moments out to read the Bible. Many Qualities Developed by the Future Farmers l Above-Sponsor: Mr. Beard, M. Kile, I. Hershey, E. Sayers, R. Underwood, B. Wertz, D. Goff, V. Staley, D. Hartpence, K. High, T. Train er, J. Kimmey, K. Salisbury, J. Kiel. B. Wertz, D. Goff, and K. High, present Mr. Cook with a gift from the F.F.A. Candidates for FFA Queen and their e c r A . . . , s o ts: D. Hartpence, D. Hershey, B. Wertz, J. Long, J. Hershey, C. Holt. 47 Learning to Organize and Operate F.H.A. Officers: Pres. Judy Longg V. Pres. Carolyn McCurdyg Sec. Judy Dalrympleg Treas, Sharon Brushg Song Leader-Helen Farringtong Historian-Cinda Holtg Parliamentarian-Kris Woodg News Reporter-Jill Matson. Future Homemakers sample their own cooking at year end celebration. Miss Stratton and Mrs. Throckmorton appear to be absorbed in shop talk whllc students enjoy spring sports. 48 the Home Efficiently is Maior Task of F.H.A. Students. Future Homemakers have elections and initiation early in the year. F.H.A. girls pose for a formal picture before beginning years activities. 50 Library Offers for Study and Sponsor: Mrs. Nicholson, TOP ROW, L. Evans, B. Archer, C. Shipman, D. Riffle, C. Smith, J. Rensch, K. Smith, B. Lykins, C. Shipman, P. Blose, M. Halbert, M. Houpt, C. Holt, K. Nesbitt, J. Sterritt, J. Sims. BOTTOM ROW, D. Franks, D. Kuenzer, L. Houpt, M. Ufferman, C. Kimball, N. Benett. Card catalogue is put to good use by all students. V Dennis uses new fa- cilities of the libra- ry. igH0lHCYN'Ol'k!V:H0II1CW0l'li!l, What would we do without good reference material? Many Opportunities Leisure Time CHRISTMAS IN THE LIBRARY LOUNGE PROVIDES RECREATIONAL READING CONCENTRATION KIDDIES EXPLORE BOOKLAND 'II5' wr I ff.Qk'2 A-. W'-wx, SCHOOLWORK REQUIRES STUDY Arsenic and Old Lace Is the Junlor Production The Mou Thin I add ju L a plneh of cyamde tellb Aunt Martha 1Renee Slmgj to Aunt Abby fEllen Bursonl Vx hat the heck 1, gomg on around here? yells Lt Rooney Dear me another yellow fewer vlctlm' declares Teddy fval Halrlsj iRoger Axthelmj We re hrmgmg the luggage through here' fJ1IIl Ault Lester Malone Ellen Burson and Renee Slmsl 52 is O O O " se l ss 'Ir .4 . as cg , - v ' ' "' , H 7 ' ' 77 ' l ' 7 7 , While Seniors Present Thai Roared." Near right: Joan Honaker as the Page declares war on the US. Far right: 'LXVarl Wlrat war?" cries Prof Kokintz. lStan Dumbaughl Below: lluvlress Cloriuna fBarlmara Cruvenl speaks lo her ladies-in-waitin,g, Linda Carpenter and Linda Coming. Below center: llolll' losses were only fivell' declares Count Mountjoy fRic'k Geyerl in his tale of Grand Fenwiek. Below right: 4'You Sl'lOllldllll pass up a country just because it's small," says Tully Baseom. fLee Mc- Clellandl "ATTENTION !" Splrlfual Llfe and Fellowship Are The YTeens have three baslc goals to grow as a person to Grow 1n frrenclshlp wrth people of all races rellglons and I'l8.t1OI13l1l16S, and to grow 1n knowledge and love of C-od The purpose of the Y Teens IS t bulld a fellowshlp of women and glrls devoted to the task of reallzlng ln our common llfe those lcleals of per sonal and soclal llVlflD to vshlch ue are commltted by our falth as Chrlstlans Each year the orgarnzatron sponsors outstandmo club members for a tour of the Umted Natlons burldmo ln New York Crty 1n order to lncrease world understandm Plctured at left ire thls years delebates Lmda Kllne, Barbara Craven Dorls Chapman and Lura Knachel Sponsors Mrs Knachel and Mrs Wleland Offlcers Pam Blose Pam Clapper Renee Suns Barbara Craven and Dorls Chapman Goals of Y-Teens .loan llonaker and Cinda Holt Seem to he carrying on a lively conversation at right despite Mrs, Knachelis supervision during u Y-Teen Christmas project. Below-Perliaps Linda Kline is surprised to he found in the French lub ulter so long an absence, but she is with several other Y-Teens. Left-Pam Clapper and June Porter unwittingly pose for David Hubberfs camera wearing the hats they made for Saint Vulentine's Day. Hi-Y Provides Spiritual Enrichment for Boys Sponsor: Mr. Swanson. Jim Highsmith and Steve Riggs make a sale in the Hi-Y Heart Fund drive. The Student Councll Is on Important Part of School Llfe BOTTOM ROW qponsor M1 N1Cll0l0ll T 111 PI Don N14 ll0lbOI1 Pu ldtlll Jun Obome Y Presldent Typ1calTeL11s B111 Toplyn .111clN14k1A'-llbloolx Runnmsup S Kubbb S Shelton V lluus S Hart C U 1 l ' ',. : ', ' s , 1"ZSll'UZ 'v ' , 'ws'e : ' S ' , V. ' 1 linda Kline, Secretary: Sherry Shelton. TOP ROW, S. llurt. H. Hllg,l1S. ,l. Snyrlcr, M. Lepp. J. Cuff, J. Longf " ' " ' ' ' ' ' : . W, . , . 'a"':, . Laura B1own and M1 Clouse enjoy the dehghts of eatin 0llISld6 State Lakes Provide Pleasant Ummmmm this IQ good grub' her job . .SU , . - . . g w Nonna Levcring doesn't pay too close attention to Facilities for G.A.A. Annual Outing. GJIJI. Spollsor: MVS. Clollsv, President Doris Chapman, Vivv President Vivki , . ,l.7 g' 5 ' L " L 1 ' Ashbrook Sf uetaly June Poltvl T1LdSlllF1 Connie I 1 veun GA A members enjoy outdoox SpOItS 'xt then annull IJICIIIL VAC off1cers Dick Buchelder Ruk Geyer and Terry W1 ton The V.A.C. Represents the Finest 1n The members of the Varsity Athletic Club are all letter men representing the best contestants in eachof Mount Gileafl's athletic programs. Many of the boys have proven their ability in two or even three fields. Among the V.A.C. activities are the presentation of the Athlete of the Year trophy and a scholarship so that a deserving member may further his education. BOTTOVI ROW D Rolch T W1 lon J Lee K W1lllHHlS l' Sl1oew1lter E Ceyer D Oerlmrdt C Weds ton D Coldwell and R Coll QECOND ROW L Sur l Nlilone S Illfl S Bender I Rodman H Hll lis G Craven W Hollm SXN0llll D Slllllllw l lr l-lllll l xlLLlCll'lIl4,l FIOP ROW ,I Osborne R 1 R Bichelder J lilone J xhfilblllll 1 511 9 Plll IS L1 111 C Thoma Conln Frayer S Owens W Toplyn and V Harris 60 . . . - ' , ': , ,g I . , . z , V. g , . .Y . w ' ,'. zi , . 1 , .. ' , . , . , . .. , ..,'1,u.!1 ,.. z,1. ,.. , . g 5, ', A ,, , 'g ' ' , . 5. 21 ' , 1.1" C . , . , . Vail, . z , . lX a ', . ll z' , P. 'h"ly, 1. 'll'p , R. 7'ka 'l, . 's, .l. ' g, D. , . , . , . . Left-Mr. Campbell presents Bill Toplyn with the well- deserved V.A.C. Athlete of Year trophy. Below-Mr. Tuttle and Tom Griffith pose with Tom's Most Valuable Player award for the 1965 track season. 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'fwfr' M-'-1" ,mi ' .sf 'PI 1 , -- , U ' , , 5- - 35.35 3 . gLe2'?.Zig . . - - - vu 1 , , Spirit of the Grid Season The marching band returns across campus from a uniformed practice on the football field. Right-'40.K., be that Wayg see if I care." QEZQQSSSWQ The Band ls Made Up of Many People Working The Concert Band goes through its paces in preparation for the Spring Concert. The Marching band's final presentation of the year, the Memorial Day parade, slowly takes form. Toward Common Goals Left-Mr. David pauses to consider a new arrangement. Below-Many are the faces of a band in rehearsal. R1 ht Mount Cllead l1 vs always strlven to acquue the best IH serxous Qkllled and dedlcated faculty members llke Mr H!1XVlC1HS w l , g- A z. - ' 7': 7 Choir Provides an Important Facet in a Widely Varied Music Program Appearing with the King and Queen are attendants Doris Chapman and Carolyn Chandler, and their escorts, David Hubbert and James Wolfinger. Bob Hershner and Barbara Craven, the King Queen of Music, pose at their Coronation during the Spring Concert. Girls' ensemble: Linda Kline, Joan Honaker, Mary Ann Slavik, Patti Wher, Mary Staley, Kay Hardy, and Lura Knachel. 69 The Pep Club Helps in Team Victory The Pep Club can always be counted on to add much to the excitement of a home game Basketball players get creamed by cheerleaders at a pep rally. Carolyn and Betsy play games while the rest of the group looks on. Cheerleaders Spur Basketball Team on to M.O.L. Championship BOTTOM L-R, Karen Smith, Betsy Wones, Bonnie Bachelder, Carolyn Chandler. TOP-Melissa Welle1'. Wo! C la gf yr A. 5:33, xf,v X V' +V f,i, A :H q1ff,vlP'h 3, , ,,. 'Jw I .E far +1 35 qw W been dom tmoy ce1l1n'7' 1r1eQ 72 1 1 4 -rg 3 X 1, 4 g N and Pleasure "Impromptu" presents a Stormy conflict of characters, as shown here 2516111333 Kemnitzer, Lura Knaehel, Marjorie Houpt, and Lee Me- Pictured above is the Cast of 4,Impwmptu,, and their direvtor. SILlIldiIlg7JOl1Il Kemnitzer and Lee McClel- land. Seated-Miss Stratton, Pam Clapper, Lura Knucllel, und Marjorie Houpt. D H bbe ti "Th Ha J ur e ." ave u r n e ppy 0 H Y Even on "The Happy Iourneyw one must stop for gas and advice as we see here as Linda Kline inquires of the best route from the station attendant CDave Hubbertl. 73 Cl11'lSi0IillCI' Robin listens to the "Pooh,' story. Pooh Bear fDick Vaill discusses his problems with Uncle Rabbit. lBob Hershnerl "Winnie lhe Pooh" ls a Musical First '4Oh, this medicine tastes so good," says Dick Vail to Barb Logan. 74 A host of forest animals, from Snake to Owl, makes up the cast of "Winnie the Poohf, mmm Mm, W With Determination and Sportsmanship thle Indians BOTTOM ROW, Left to,Right: Manager-Dave Gerhart, Les Malone, Steve Bender, Chuck Weaston, Don Nicholson, Lee McClelland, Jim Malone, Dick Goff, Keith High, Steve Owens, Tom Trainer, and Manager-Richard Gladden. MIDDLE ROW, Head Coach-Mr. Bauman, Barry Cody, Jerry Bodman, Dick Vail, Steve Phillips, John Deaton, Rodger Beall, Paul Nicholson, Val Harris, Gary Craven, Wayne Hollingsworth, Manager-Roger Axhelm and Assistant Coach Mr. Campbell. TOP ROW, Assistant Coach Olen Jackson, Jack Bartley, Don Rice, Frank Slavic, Dick Bachelder, Larry Furniss, Bill Toplyn, John Cunning, Bob Wertz, Bob Eckhard, Jim Orsborn, Rick Geyer. ALL MID-OHIO CONFERENCE First Team: Honorable Mention: Bob Eckard Dick Bachelder Lee McClelland Jim Orsborn 1964 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Mount Gilead ...........,...,.,....,. 12 Ridgedale ,,,,,, Mount Gilead ........ ...,.. 3 4- Lexington .... Mount Gilead ........ ...... 4- 1 Olentangy .... Mount Gilead ........ .,.... 6 Highland ..,,,.,,,. Mount Gilead ........ ....... 0 Big Walnut ...... Mount Gilead ........ ....... 1 2 Marion Catholic Mount Gilead ........ r..... 1 41 Richwood .......... Mount Gilead ........ ...... 2 0 Buckeye Valley Mount Gilead ..,..... ,..,.. 2 2 Cardington ....... Ii 76 Weathered Rugged Competition. Les Malone runs defense for ,lim Orsborn is he carries the payload against Big Walllllt. Bill Toplyn clears the way for Bob Eckard. Q Larry Furniss escapes determined foe MGHS OPPONENT 644 Clearfork ....,......... 52 72 Northmor ,,.,..,....... 4-5 66 Fredericktown ....,, 59 80 Cardington ....,....... 73 80 Olentangy .....,........ 61 77 River Valley .......... 58 76 Ridgedale .....,........ 53 66 Alumni ...........,...... 69 68 Highland ........,,.... 30 FRONT ROW, Left to Rightg Rick Geyer, Louis Sarr, Larry Fur- niss, Val Harris, Paul Nicholson, Steve Hart. BACK ROW, Left to MGHS OPPONENT 76 Big Walnut ........,,.. 50 53 Wynford ..,............. 65 71 Marion Catholic ,,,, 4-7 70 Richwood .............. 77 51 Elgin .......,,.,.....,..... 48 72 Buckeye Valley ..., 54- 51 Lexington .............. 64- 41 Cardington ......,..... 39 93 Mt. Vernon St. Vincent ........ 47 I L... F Coach Campbell Keeps Coach: Mr. Campbellg TOP ROW, D. Pattersong S. Riggsg F. Foxg T. Shoewalterg J. Weastong F. Slavikg P. Nicholsong R. Wilkinsong E. Barnett. BOTTOM ROW, C. Weastong L. Saarg D. Coldwellg T. Wigtong V. Harrisg S. Benderg S. Hart. Steve Hart just wa5n't quite fast enough. Dan Coldwell takes a determined aim against Northmor. the Diamond Nine in Top Shape. Paul Nicholson takes a hefty swing at a Northmor pitch. "Is there a hole in this bat?" J im Weaston connects with a good one Val Harris goes for home. Spring Sports Are Not Forgotten as the Track swiss st . .' ssmggf 5-7143x351sffiflggsseiigm,m3K.W5,gi.Qsfms1Kflwgm Qsvigfv y 'QW Lwilf2ffYsfSiQwgw3g,.ss"92:.gsf3m-w2Yf2.s..g.jfzf mg,-3g.,,,.t,.,,s,wfs.bm.s.me,,fww,w-me ws-FV. wg f:72g4,ss-.twff,,,s, A . L wi.aww,s.,ssw'.ws1f.tQ ..f.w-f lg on-LW, .mlxsfw witwe..s.Ws.w.vs..f.W,,.f ,. , - ,f,Q?i:wqm wg,s,s.,,,Li-wfq,r.,, ins , ,vfwvs,,.,..wawZi-Hayfwwmtw- 1, f. 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A-My-Z, if . - 1.tw5..f,-iw1,-my-'grxlfesgl . H , -N , f Iimw-' .we-sm.Qfaify-1i.uff-wwf?5.13.12,z1t..,,- , .tm mfr.f,Q-Q--1.54.magws-5f'1, . Qf11'J'v1:1,fv1fy.z-:ti . f f j,. ' " '.-ft'-sa:-?'i':w:.f, 1"-iff , - ,. . 15: -ms,-.1aff.,,1w kfzsw, ,. a .. .Q-11, ' . fm-:ff - . I 3 .- L . Bill Toplyn goes up and over for a winning pole vault. Les Malone and John Coning have excellent form in the relay. TOP ROW, David Gearhart, Steve Owens, Gill Griggs, Phil Courtney, Jerry Hart, Ken Williams, Gary Bailey, Coach Tuttle. BOTTOM ROW, Bruce Phillips, John Coming, Barry Cody, Jeff Logan, Larry Furniss, Tom Griffith, Bill Toplyn, Mike Kemnitzer. Squad Takes the Field in Winning Form 11m Malone lets fly ln the shotput competltlon Well on h1s way to another record Larry Furmss shows hls wxnnmg style 1n the broad Jump Blll Toplyn goes up and over 1n the h1gh Jump at the Cardmgton neet Ken W1ll13mS puts out that extra effort to w1n the 440 agamst Cardmgton 85 . . . . . H . l - - as as - - l 1 Geyer ..,..... 14- pts. Frayer ...... 915 pts. "Central District Tournament Hughes .... 1 pts. Team Score of 347 placed 27 Calhoun .... 6 pts. in a Field of 45W Strain ...... 315 pts. Sponsor Mr Whlte RlCk Geyer Blalr Straln Dave Frayer B111 Calhoun Herb Hughes Hlghland Marlon Hardlng Hlghland St Vlncent St Peters Olentangy Olentangv St Peters Lexmgton Lexmgton 1112 GOLF RESULTS G1lead Gllead Gllead Gllead Cllead Gllead Cllead Gllead Gllead 12 2 ' D -------..-.--............... 0 Mt, ' ,.,,,.,...,....,.,,....... 8 5 ' ......-......... f Mt. ' ...l. Q .................... Alf , ---------------------------- Va Mt- ' ----.-----------------4--- 91! - ........................ 8 M1 ' .......l.................. 0 6 Mt. Gilead 2 , --------.---.............. 0 Mt. ' .......................... 8 - --------.....-.............. 7 Mt. ' .......................... 1 ' --..-...A................. 7 I Mt. ' , .............,,.,........ 1 ' .......................... 8 Mt. ' .......................... 0 ax 5 S 2 2 3 3 7 5 Q 3 ? 5 , ! 2 2 Z Q E f 5 i E 3 5 E Q 5 5 1 5 1 1 2 1 E 5 s A fmm ueen-Melissa Weller Attendants Attendant Carolyn Chandler is escorted to her place by Lee McClel- land and Rick Geyer. ii is ex' Carolyn Hull and Carolyn Chandler Homecoming Queen Queen Melissa Weller escorted by Larry Furniss Dick Bachelder. Attendant Carolyn Hull an 89 The P.T.A. Sponsors Many Activities of Attendant-Karen Smith A ttendant-J ackie McPeek 90 i P.T.A. Carnival Queen-Pam Klingel Interest and Value to the School Last year's Queen, June Porter, crowns the 1965 P.T.A. Carnival Queen, Pam Klingel, as attendants Jackie McPeek and Karen Smith look on. The former Queen, the 1965 Queen, and the attendants take their places at the P.T.A. Carnival. Even Mr. Dodrill gets into the act when it comes to preparing for the P.T.A. Carnival. 9l Right-Denny Simms doesn't really seem to be enjoying himself as he washes his car for the Prom. Below-Bob Eckard is there, and this is still Denny's car, but this is helping? Left-Mr. Nicholson pauses to consider which Carnation to choose for the Prom. Left-Something new at the Prom this year was the indoor pool of the Inn America, Below-Beak deviates slightly from the usual formal attire in order to prophecy from the Bird. Right-No one can really be sure just what the next group will be at the Prom program. 94 Girls State and Boys State Are Marks of Honor Delegates for Czrlls State V1Ckl Ashbrook Alternate Kay Hardy Sandy Kubbs Alternate Mary Delegates for Boys Stale Phll Courtney Steve Halt Paul Nlcholson Steve Phllllps Alternates Flrst Val HHYIIS Second Terry Weber Thlrd Cary Klncade Fourth B111 Calhoun ' , , W l Ann Slavikg Judy ShrackQAlternate, Pam lgoseg Lynn, Owen-Alternate, Ellen Bllgbll. , Graduation Day - The Long-Awaiied Event i s i w gl ww HGRADUATING CLASS OF 1965" Left-Dana Heacock, - Valedictorian, and Joan Honaker, Salutatorian, lead the procession in the Commencement. Right--Who knows what Tim Smith and Lee Mc- Clelland are thinking as diploma time draws near? s J L B L J Auld Bachelder Ba1ley Barrd Bender Benson Brady Dallas Dawson Devore Dlckerson Dodrlll Dowls Eckard Harden Harper Harrls Hayes Hmton Hollmgsworth Holtrey M Lehner Lerman March Matson Mllle MOIFIS Mosler Reagh Rlchard R1ch1e Rlley Roberts Rockwell Ruh Swmeha rt Thomas Tramer Tramer Walton Ward M Watk1ns R Wood M Young D Zwayer WP'-ef m f -qw H-me Eighth Graders Prepare l. ,Q-pm, wma-W he nw -Ktwss wtfww BA 5 HE. CN if--g We-.,. .Swine 6 Q sl C. ' L. ' V. C. ' P. 1 A , fi? J. , , V S. y ,af A ,, . F- ' ':, .,.., i l B- ' , Q Sf. 1 limi ,Q T- .A .V I,- 'T z, V f rer ' 'BL i X , . Q E. L R. J. ' 1 I . if Y I E .1 B a ar B , , 2:' ' 5 ' , I . Il' . , f ..,, Bf ' . L " Mais 2"M eell L . L N. ' I :': 3 Ei D ' 'L h I , 'Y D. ' .,f,, V V - '7'i ' - ' H 'e'1g"", 'W ' - B : A r-" I B' .V.,,V ,M gn M 1 ,JM - r..r IQ gs 5 eL L, D. L B M C. ' s V. ' ' T. ' E. K. C. 1 do E. l , elvk , 5' n W.f:'Tfa 5' . MTS ' ,.,v v i g 1 , :,: ,,-:,v I , IV I rrr .... r B rra 'yo or 1 -'.: to Enter High School Activities HPF' flung. "'!f"'1 'WSF 'Q 'Q-xr f 'UW 1 nigga- M01 sk.,--wp P. Brady D. Breese Brehm Carpenter Chnger Collet Cronenwett Ferguson Ferrell Fmsell ox Geddls Co Gordon Hord Hubbard Hurd James M Kelly R Klmgel I Lawrence M Mulvalne R Neal J Owens Persons T Plulllpq J Pmyerd Randall Sample Shealey Slurk Smith Spangler Stafford Stu l Yvebf Wellfr West Wlllxams W1CDlJCS J W1lson W Wojtseck S. Archer C. Bailey S. Baker J. Beardsley J. Boyle S. Bratton D. Brush, S. Castle D. Clark M. Clousc S. Cochran B. Cody E. Conant G. Conley Dodrill Dooley Doran Fdmmson Ldwaxds Elkln Evans Go Gomph G00dI lch Grlfflth J Groow es Ha H'1mon Irons .laggers .loggers M James .lennmgs ones Keckler Long, Lust Mala: ke Marbln Maybee McHugh Mlller Reeves Rensm h Rexford Reynolds Rockwell J Rogers Seventh Graders Begin e'wgg7f... lx W I Q . AI-if B. Y. , M. R. . ' . A G. ' V L. ' R- L. . C. ff V D. D. " , li. ll R. . L S. . V 1 N. T. , . Cf . D. J . G. C. B. ' y R. ' V. C. r L. ' V L. .. , R- 1 . . Richardson W1 . L..-' f- . is. me -L 1 53. I . B New Routine in Junior High School S. Bennington C. Boone P. Brady C. Brinkman K. Brocklcsloy J. Brubaker B. Brush B. Collins L. Collins R. Collins G. Conant C. Coning B. Crouse G. Curts K. Fisher J. Fox M. Fox B. Franks J. Franks M. Franks G. Garverick E. Griggs L. Hackney B. Haldeman J. Hamilton I.. Hanson K. Hardy D. Hart J. Houpt C. Howard R. Howard J. Huston J. Jackson M. Jackson J. Jagger B. Koch S. Kuenzer J. Lanum J. Lawyer B. Lee C. Lee D. Lemley I. Martinez C. Mathers G. McClelland P. McCracken R. McCracken C. McCurdy D. McHugh M. McLain J. McPeek E. Moore H. Morgan D. Nazworth L. Noakes V. Price S. Robinson L. Rogers K. Salisbury J. Saybee L. Saylor I. Scott G. Sears H. Snell R. Snyder S. Stansbury I. Stough K. Sutherland D. Swinehart J. Tennant .L Walsh J. Walsh B. Wehr D. Wertz A. Wheeler E. Wilson B. Wood S. Collins C. DeBord .L Geyer D. Hedrick B. Kincaid J. Lyons C. Patten Seventh Graders Learn Variation High school students clamor for the knowledge that the library holds. From Grade School Rouhne Mlm awp, WH., 'F' r AMQE Plclure o Avaalable Uhczer-mug Wdfingmpu gwmoa-aww -lcmwzg B5 Powell Pu gh Ramey Reames Rench R1ggS Rlzor Shaffer Shlpley Shoultz Sxmpson SIDES Smith Smlth Tha rp Toplyn Turner Ullom Val Vanschoyclc Vaughn Wood Wood Wuertz Young Barler Boyle Reebel Sixth Graders Prepare C Burgess Burne Campbell Campbell Canterbury Carmean Cfrrter Cook Cooper Crane Cunnmgham Curts Dallas Durghel ty D Falrcluld Farmer Fe d M Fleher Franks M Gallalmer Carey H Hanna S Harve R Hawk W HEIYPG D Hobson M Hollmgewortlr Kldwell Klmball Koch Kuenzer I evmgb l ong l ong Mower Nazwortlr Owene Parke Pereons Porter Reeble Rulll sdllgbll ry Sample Shelton Slnpman Shlpman R Slmon P. ll D. , R. . J. , C. J. . 5 D. R. M. , G. ' Q M. I F. . L. . 4 I V. L. I B. R. . . ,y J. Hedrick S. ' , M. ' M. D. C. ,, ' - C. , D. . J. . ' T. C. . , R. . C. ., M. , S. , G. K. . - '. K. L. . B. ' J. -' to Enter Junior High School. N- Simpson . .. .. D. Smith . 3 ' . ooio if - V. Snrgh . K E. , X re I X 2 K J- Staley is . i R- Staflin ooo lvq' v it .. D. Steak - Wh, A P X A I :Q X H V .Q K - J- Uuom 'T ml C. VanSchoyck 1 A , I .,., ' J- Walsh. I1 L M ti 4 'iii K " , K R. Watklns L"' i., ,,n PM RR . ,,. , , in f' A S. Weber 1. ' Q . l Tltlf ' ir K V ..W,. it X. .. C. Young I. Young ' D. Bowman L. Fisher I -f :-., A. Harper m Q C. Sherboun Www' D. Sherborn - 5 '-" 5 MW Dick Davis demonstrates his superb skill at aluminum casting. June Porter reads chil- dren'S literature to elemen- tary students. Ralph Smith uses study hall time to the best advantage. I05 Bader Baker Bartley Bartley Bauman Bedw ell J Bennett J Buell T Campbell W Campbell S Carrlger M Cherrmgton Clark Coldwell Dllsaver Dunn Edwards Fdwards Eulrlch Evans Flelds Gatchall M Geddm George Geyer Go Graham Gflffllh Hawk H1 Hobeon J Hobeon Hord Hord Jagger K James ,lolmeon ,lonee KCmH1tlCT J KlHC81d Kllngel B Leonard I Lester Long Ly e Lyman Lyone L Lyons Sixth Graders Are R. V. D. K. P. . s. 1 Bf L L. . C. ' D. E. R. . E. ' B. V. ' s. U MI . K F. N. ff N. B. ' ' R. Hart J. D. '11 D. . H. ' L. J. y Df . C. . B. 1 C. - I D, D. 1 G. B. . , Tomorrow s Leaders MQW 5 L Whxtney Hgcwmcno Stockdale Stockd llo Stone Telly Tesso Toot Tr'1cl1t af-agmrfmw Wenger Wheeler W1 ton WllllHl11 Wojtsef k Woodeon Young Ken Walton, Jlm Wo lfmger, Jeff Mower, Mike Bacheldor, and Rlck Geyer study SIHIIC electrlcty Ik I ,, ,, 1? swf, f , , , ,l ,Ig 5 54 U1 2. 0 .- . cn III 'ra' x ' 4 N . ' I N 9555 2 TRW im-M3 American Way of Llfe L Bean M Benson Boyle Brady Brmkman Brown Brubaker UUUIPU 'JUVQOWD'-1"U Conkle Cook Cookmgham Cotton Counts Dallas 72267145155 Flelds Flsher Foster ox Franks r Cattshall ermw Hanson H1ckson Hlldebrand Hlldebrand .1 H111 R H111 M Hobson Keenan lp Korody Kubbs Lanum ee LeMaster Mathews McCl1esney Merwme Mlller M1115 Murphy Neptune T Rlchardson B RIZOI F Robmson K Rogers D Roth J Seaburn R Seltz . . O R P 7- .ff ig- A t . ,., or ossss 1 . IIAKR' gelx ' V' . Counts f F 1. F y D. M. K' p K. K. T. S. L M. . T. S. E. ' R. ' P. ' D. J. Studied In Fifth Grade Www? R Sutherland ,V Swmehart fm.. M L Taylor M wk-752 W J Tramer 'Eg 3 we-L Turner Ji' W? W WWE 'W 'W' Xvallace X 1 Ward '-34W ,iffy l l ' W""N I 'mg -I 'f,, " - 1..--. AA,N:,,V I .V . - I ,v , -d , d , l , Q 35' ff .V . ,, V - .."4 . L l - ld- P1 ,'f,,, W X Qt-V Q X2 LE' k M Sk i dh 1 W ,NNN 2 W'NN .,,. . 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Shoaf S. Smith T. Snyder J. Soulier R. Spaulding R. Spielman G. St. Clair M. Watkins P. Weatherford J. Wehr J. Wenger J. West B. Wood K. Wood D. Linn J. Phillips M. Beck L. Masterson Ambrose Ferguson plays the Jolly purple giant 411. ,J ,Q .,,, , af or Q! Q ,Q " " a fir N .ft -15:11 ,f any . .,.. . a . A i a lf? f f sz. 5 - ,,J. +L M A ' 5' 'ii ft.,-1 ' .U .,.. A 'll-' "ll"?f7H" mine. it an 3NDlHN 5, .5 'ro rw. R Hershner J MOSICT T Snnth M Randolph and S Brown p1OVldC music for pep assembly 1- Right: Kay Hardy and Dick Vail run lines for the junior class play. Left: Melissa Weller mourns the fallen horse at a pep as- sembly. 4 Y Q Albrlght Barnott Bauglwman Ban hman Benodlct Bl00lT1flPld Brown Cl11pm'1n Cherrmgton Chrl tophvr Conkle Conley Conant C' ook Dovore D1ckerCon DllQaver Dlx Dooley Edwarrlf. Fdwurds Frwnkq Fallwhflr Gan-Hon Garde-ner Carey Carey Citvlwall Harpor Hedrlclx Helmwn H1gl1l'mcl Hetrlck Hob on ,lohncon Keenan KeepQ Kelly Kemmtzel Klpv Klskaddc-n Lewlc L1nde1 Llnder Luck Malone Ma rch M1 rtm 'nw 'Q'-,r Www Fourth Graders Have Muior D. ' K. , , C. ' S. ,Q C. , . ' S. ' L. J. . . J. . ' S. 'S . P. . , P. , R. . B. . Bn, 'x. L. , D. ' . S. ' . , C. ' J. , D. . 'S S. , . . " R. L A uzzz l . ,,. B. ,. . , C. . ,.,. W C- f ' l.CCo 'iii D. , S S' -' . i It ... ' .Hi X R. . V - .. , " i K J. Hedrick g ,,,: 113. - , AKEI In it ZZ - f 4 E445 - .es Q .-' ii, --.,. I...' K. . 1 EIV L . C. ' gg of D. . P. K. . S. C. ' ' C. ' C. ' , G. '. J. ' f P. ' S. , S. J. , J. . ' , K ss Task Learning Multiplication Tables. W v?fi'i QV Art I begins studies outside. W. Ritchey P. Robinson V. Ruhl J. Sample E. Saylor B. Schmelzer C. Shaffer R. Shoults M. Simon A. Simpson R. Smith T. Smith R. Spurrier C. Staley T. Tennant T. Tesso G. Thomas S. Tracht L. Trainer R. Troyer C. Vanderkoo A. Wheeler L. Wigton B. Wood D. Worster S. Wright T. Zwayer B. Bowman i Basic Al'I'l'hl'l1efIC Prepares Fourth M Brown Burnell Carpenter Campbell Campbell Campbell Carrlger Cooper Coop Cronenwett Curts Cyphers Dlbley Dlbley Evans Evans W Farmer Flsher Foster ox ox Geffs Graham Graham Halt Ha t Harmon Hubbard Hudnell Huff Irons Jackson Jackson Jagger Kltts Lanum M Lawyer Lehner Leonard Lepp Levermg McClelland McCurdy McPeek Moore Nazwo rtb O Bleness D Osborn L. S. B. L. R. D. ' J. K. er C. S. M. D. ' K. ' D. E. B. ' S. B. F R. F C. D. V. S. Grimm T. T. l C. S. D. T. P. D. K. D. B. ' L. S. K. C. L. ' C. D. P. J. K. M. ' . Graders for Future Needs. B. Owens D. Pierce T. Powell R. Ransbottom B. Reeves T. Reynolds L. Richards D. Shaffer M. Shaffer D. Shaw J. Shepherd S. Sherbourne ,l. Shipman R. Shipman S. Stites L. Stone E. Stough D. Styer D. Sutherland C. Swinehart C. Temple A. Wathan L. Walkin R. Weaver R. Weber V. Weigum B. West S. West V. Cook L. Davis D. Ellis J. Stockdale 5 Above: Linda Coning studies for speech class in the physics room. Left: Mr. Wilder enlightens Jim Wolfinger on the fine points of American Govern- ment. K Baldwln R Ball Barnett Bead Beltz Bender Benmngton Chlsholm Clark Cochran Cover Cunnlngham Davls DeBord L Gawthorp Ghent Grasmehr J Hamon T Harmon J Harvey A Hlckson Klrby Kltts LaRoche Lepp Levermg Levermg Lyons Martln J Martlnez Matlack S Matson Matthews Mc Curdy I Peterson Prercy I Pmyercl P nce PIICC Ramborger Randolph U3 uafgcwezvq Robmson Robmson Robmson Rogers Roth Rouwenhorst Scrlbner Thlrd Graders Study Df D. J. P. K. ' S. ' S. R. C. C. ' R. ' K. M. M. R. ' R. ' A. Korody S. T. D. ' K. ' T. R. " V. R. D. li. " R. -' V. ' J. I I Communlty Llfe D Stacy Stahl I St Clalr I Stevens J Stlffler Stockdale G Stover Weller Wells West Wheeler Whipple Whlted Wxgton Chermgton Llnn M Llnn Palmer Pate N Watt Dave Hubbert and Nancy Long take their usual morning walk across new campus f5 0 3 3 c P.. '2' us 1 c Q. 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MERLE ADAIR Flrst Grade AUGUSTA ASHLEY Special Educatlon DORIS BAIRD Flfth Grade FERN BOWEN Home Ec Geography 7 ANNA MARY CRONENWFTT FITSI Grade ESTER DETROW Thlrd Grade MARJORIE DION S1xth Grade MARGARET ELLIOTT Enghsh Phys Ed BARBARA .IOLLEY Fourth Grade Math 7 81 8 RUTH LOGAN Klndergarten ALICE MARSH Second Grade IDA PFEIFER Flrst Grade BERNICE FICHARDSON Elem Sr ,Ir Hrgh Music FERN RILEY SPCCIBI Educatlon BETTY ROBERTS Slxth Grade EVALEF' SHEPHERD Fourth Grade JULIA SHIRK Readmg 81 Spellmg ELANOR SHOWERS Kmdergarten ETHEL TOPLYN Flfth Grade l32 Elementary Teachers Fnciure No variable Pncfure Pldufe O o Ayaylable AVE liabie Prciure O Avasiable . ':':1 I WILFORD KEIL A Oh JL ' ,":' 'NIA jgif' , brrz , I -. . + . . A , . . N + N 'f N + Form First Impressions PlCfUI'6 Picture 0 O Avallable Avaplable BILL TUTTLE Flfth Grade MARY WARD Flrst Grade LARRY BROWN Math 7 Science 8 MABEL BURNS English 7 81 8 GLADYS BURNSIDE Fourth Grade .IUDY CHAPMAN Thrrd Grade GARY CORN Slxth Grade PATRICIA FUESTON Fourth Grade .IO GERHARDT Flfth Grade SANDRA GROSVENOR Second Grade SARAH HUBBARD Am Hlst 81 Geo OLEN JACKSON Health Phy Ed Ohlo HISIOTY FRAN MINTON Second Grade PHYLLIS MCCLELLAND Thlrd Grade RAMEL MCKIRGEN Fourth Grade STEPHEN MCGUIRE Ind Arts 81 Shop III GAYLE PATZFR Slxth Grade EMILY SCHRO11-1 Thlrd Grade IRIS SELLERS Second Grade JEAN SHAFF ER FIFSI Grade ROB-ERTA SHEALEY Teacher s axde FTHEL SHEPHERD Second Grade ROBERT WIENTIES Geo 7 Health 81 Ohlo Hlstory EDITH WOOD Flrst Grade I33 Co-Editors Robert Hershner and Barbara Craven say "THIS IS THE END A a I F007 , LGNGS fffg C0"5Y5 Fmss Po2'A7o:smu1ons, f fpnusupssns snakes g 1 S0llDAE5 TE? + u P I x! 4J - ,35- CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS BOWEN JEWELERS 37 Sou'l'h Main Mf. Gilead 946-I85f MORTON HARDWARE 28 Soufh M Mi. Gilead, Ohio 946-594 I CRAVEN FUNERAL HOME MAX R. CRAVEN, Direcior Ambulance Service Moun+ Gilead, Ohio Phone 946-3040 HPM mvlsioN OF KOEHRING COMPANY Serving Morrow County Since 1877 Mounl Gilead, Ohio Phone 946-0222 WAGNER BROTH ERS Phone 946-595l 8I Norfh Rich S+ree+ Mouni Gilead, Ohio Zeniih and Philco Radio, Television, and Sfereo Ho'fpoin+, Philco, and Maylag Appliances Siegler - Oil and Gas Sloves Duponf-"Luci'le Pain?" , Complimen'I's of SHARROCK Y ELEVATOR BLOOMFIELD'S T.V. GO0DSE:fgRg0 THE ANDASZLELQEFCES KITCHENS FAMOUS BOTTLING COMPANY Fon DEPENDABILITY Hmm S GO BSHGF l30 S. Main Siree+ ll MT. GILEAD W'lll Coke PHONE 946-593I MARION. OHIO MOUNT GILEAD LUMBER COMPANY Pleasing You, Pleases U!" 'I' Gilead, Ohio Phone 946-5866 LLOYD CORW GULF STATION T BaH Mounf Gilead, Ohio Phone 9461866 Guifpride Oil, ires, INS Complimenfs of COPPER KETTLE WHISTON PHARMACY Pharmacis+ on Du'ry A Good Place Io Eai a+ all Times 946-499i 25 Soufh Main Sfreiei' MI- Gilead Phone 946-5911 CompIimen+s of HERCULES GALION PRODUCTS, INC. GALION. OHIO Compliments of ANDREWS ALL STAR DAIRY ALL STAR umm: rooms Congra'Iula+ions Class of "65" PLAZA 7I FREEWAY INN For "The Las+ Word in Dry Cleaning Visil' SID'S CLEANERS Free Fur Slorage During Off-Sea 29 S Main ln MI. Gilead Phone 946 I966 Complimenls of MORROW ELECTRIC CO-OP M 'I' Gilead, Ohio 946-2856 Complimenls of HAFFNER'S Sc-51.00 STORE MT. GILEAD, OHIO 30 S.M TAYLO R'S MARKET DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 946-394I Mt Gilead jim dugun's CompIimenI's of NORTH ELECTRIC COMPANY, POWER EQUIPMENT DIVISION GALION. OHIO EVANS IMPLEMENT CO., INC. ALLIS CHALMERS NEW HOLLAND NEW IDEA Ed Ohio Phone 946-2 876 MARION OFFICE EQUIPMENT "The Marqual SI'ore" II7 Nor+I1 Main Phone DU 2-3620 OH ROSE ARNOLD BEAUTY SALON 'I' PERMANENTS 'I' TINTING BLEACHING HAIR SHAPINC-3 SHAMPOO 81 SET 946-583 I I 2 I4 Soufh Mounf Gilead ERICKSON S MUSIC 9 Io Ihe Seno in? 6 E C + CAMPBELL AUTO 3826'03 SUPPLY INC 50 S M MI GI d INSTRUMENTS AND REPAIRS 946 4055 WHETSTONE LANES EDISON, OHIO ' Con ra+uIaI'ions I rs .5 X, I 1 fl bn .-I If J XI - P ,- I 53 . en er . I . Marion, Ohio ' ain . iea CompIimenI's of LOCAL 1319 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS MT. GILEAD, OHIO WEAVER'S 'GA FOQDLINER Tableriie MeaI's Tablefresh Produce QuaIi'Iy Groceries Tableking Frozen Food Everyday Low Prices no MARION ROAD MT. GILEAD, on-no Besf Wishes From JUHN JAGGER THOMAS JEWELRY Mofor Sales and Service Your FORD-MERCURY DeaIer" 45 SouI'h Main M'I'. Gilead 946-3070 COLUMBIA GAS OF OHIO, INC. There's Nofhing Like a FLAME for MODERN I LIVING "Harry Is Ready Io Serve I6 S. Main M+, Gilead You ai Your Convenienceu' 946-I006 48 SouI'h Main MI. Gilead 946-5026 "Congratulations Seniors" SIMS-LANDMARK FERTILIZER PLANT We aI' Sims Wish 'Io ExIend +o You Our Hear+ies+ CongraI'uIa'I'ions and Besi' Wishes 'For I'he Many Years Io Come. MT. GILEAD PHONE 946-5896 Besi' Wishes +o The Senior Class GLEDHILL ROAD MACHINERY Compllmenfs of BENNE'IT S SHOES-LADIES WEAR DRY GOODS-CHILDRENS WEAR Gallon Ohio J 8: H SHOE STORE Public Square JOHN M ANALL HOWARD DUDLEY Compllmenfs of ASMAN S DRUG STORE Mi' Gl d Oh 946 l026 1 Public Galion Square Ohio i I 5 I Galion, Ohio C . iea , io REDEMAN MOTORS INC. Aulhorized' Sales and Service Dealer 24 Hour Wrecker Service Complele Aulo Repairing PHONE 946 I946 220 S MAIN GATES 84 WALSH General Contractors Builders an Conlraclors MT GILEA GMC Truck Sa es an Service OHIO D Compl menls of +I1e SOHIO STATION Norlh Man Slreel' Mounl' Gilead Oho TH E WH ITE HOUSE Women s Apparel and Accessories 946 IO46 MI Gle d GLADYS RHODEBECK P p Compllmenls of DARI BAR H DRIVE IN R+ 95 7l llerchange 946 2560 I ' a I 4 , A I . I i Phone 946-5237 MI. Gilead - . I a . ro - . , n GARSON'S SHOE STORE Marion, Ohio FINE FOOTWEAR FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY DAI RY BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS Edison Phone Ohio 946-4836 THE FINEST IN PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY CARE Telephone: 946-3911 Complimenls of . 'I SHAFFNER-MYERS I5 Marcella s Beauty Salon JAN REE BEAUTY SHOP MARCHLA MUMPER Q -7 - ' 369 Iberia Street 5 Mi. Gilead, Ohio, 43338 IS CT GE HAIR s G ALL BEAUTY SERV E CHUCEZQVQQMND PRODUCTION I CREDIT I97 Soufh Maln Slreel M+. Gilead, Ohio Complimenis of TUTTLE'S NEWS GALION OHIO DOUCE AND COMPANY INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BONDS BOB'S BARBER SHOP 9454906 Ml' Gilead MI. Gilead Phone 946-5027 BOLINGER-IMPLEMENT CO. SALES SERVICE John Deere Wheel Horse EDISON OHIO 946-50 I 7 I KEITH'S FLOWER SHOP QUAY'S DRUG STORE lun I CompIimen'Is of BENSON T.V. AND RADIO SERVICE 946-28I6 EDISON, OHIO ELECTRONICS SALES AND SERVICE Public Square Galion, Ohio Wes SOULIER PLUMBING AND HEATING American S'rancIarcI Ins'raIIa+ions and Repairs +Highs+ + Ph 946I86I M +G! d Oh CompIimenI's of CHET SNYDER INSURANCE PHONE 946-IOI6 2I E. High Sfreef Mee'I, EaI', and Drink aI' PORTER'S FROZEN CUSTARD 946-5067 M-I. Gilead Complimenfs of SNYDER FUNERAL HOME MT. GILEAD CompIimen+s of BORDEN'S SOULIER PLUMBING AND HEATING American S'I'andarcI InsI'aIIa'rions and Repairs I6 Wesi' High SIree'I' 946-I86I Mouni Gilead, Ohio REGULUS 600 Marlon Road Mounf GlIeacI Ohio 946 5055 CompIlmen'I's of JOSTENS WAGNER BROTHERS P o e 946 595I N h S Mounf Glead Oho Zemih and Philco Radio Television and Siereo Hofpo ni PI1Ico and May+ag Applances Segle OI a cI Gas S+o es u I I52 Compllmenfs of LONG S SEEDS Comphmenfs of MARCELLA S I h n - 8I orfh Ric free? i , i i , i , i i r- i n v D pon -"LuciI'e PainI" ' I BETZ FLORIST Mounf Gilead Ohio Phone 946 I086 THE SENTINEL II7 Years Old New Every Wednesday All Ihe School News LLOYD CORWIN S GULF STATION Gulfprlde OII Tlres BaHerues d Pb 946 I 866 ROSE ARNOLD BEAUTY SALON 2I4 Soufh Mounl Gllead 946 583I FIRST NATIONAL BANK Moun'I' Gilead Ohio 946 I055 PEOPLE S BANK Mouni' Gllead Ohio I 'I' Permanenis 'I' Tinfing . . . . "' Bleaching ' ' "' Hair Shaping Mounf Gilea , 'I' Shampog and Sei' one - I I I KIRK'S DARI-DRIVE-IN Compllmen'l'S of Compllmenfs of JAN REE CITY LOAN Compllmenfs of C0mPIlmen+5 of TUTTLE 5 NEWS SNYDER S HARDWARE l e . u I I Compiimenis of MARION OFFICE EQUIPMENT "The Marqual S'rore" C. C. MURPHEY COMPANY H7 Nor+h Main Phone DU 2-3620 Marion, Ohio EVANS IMPLEMENT GAMBLES CO., INC. ALLIS CHALMERS NEW HOLLAND NEW IDEA Edison, Ohio Phone 946-2876 See Us for Your Aufo Accessories Also, for Sporiing Goods and Housewares Marion Road Moun'I' Gilead 946-5047 Complimenfs of CRYSTAL ICE MOUNT GILEAD LUMBER COMPANY "-Pleasing You Pleases Us" Mounf Gilead, Ohio Phone 946-5866 Complimenis of VALLEY LANES J. 81 H. 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