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

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A ,.va:ffd--W , wx T115 ' fiigesffifez-'is225s2,wfi fy - ' . K lg 4 ww ,,,1. '- Y k H Isl .f,',, ri 1 ,'rf.f. I ,,i I Z, The purpose of all this is very unclear. If I plan to go into business, should I not be af work. If I want to be a soldier, should I not be at war. If Io be in a Trade should I not be an apprentice. To read books I should have stayed home. Jusf the same I believe I have profited. E QEI I ,.ii1.?EfE!": Z!?!:i"iiE:55-is 5 23355 5 iieiiiifsii ff-,g glg1ggBi15:iigr!l's aim l5'5f:a'fs'2' T" ' 151151 sl'2l', :IE .rings I 5 Have you managed To determine the direc- 'rion of your life? I am as I was. I have no plans, though I have formed values and goals for future years. a E ! 1 7 ,,, E, i F2 3 , ig 1 S Q E if 2, 1, as 5 There hovebeen so mony opportunities offered to me these post four yeors . . . so mony possibilities thot sometimes feel os though I were woiting four yeors be- fore octuolly beginning. I neither wont to stay nor om I happy to leave. Other things must be done. It is now time to go on to those other things. I0 -v nw, , .VNLNN x,,,.' I A 4 .fgiiaf-fl., ug: if ,y 'i 1 a gt Q. , '19 W sq," , . 'YV -1 fa' .. 'T M- WA f ,N E, E Q' 42, gy .I - 4, QE vu Sl A WSI, I f , . , .4 . 5 iw! sg 1, 195 I i 'gr r Y, ' X s , 4 M 'f 1 ifi , 4 '1 ..f'f'5"f.. F .',if.::ffug5w, . f fr.1u1.j1.,f 5 '- '11 25 5 ,. , , f-551-L'd-5321-65,-4035 :Q W v-, -:-,ami 1 2 gint, ,QQ ' 'fir ia .5-gn? Q, 5 I . ya? ' ,,,.,M , H A 0 'W ,-L 'dawg f-fe-'fn 2 . my .. 1.-M T!- sl .U U if " ,K D -5-1 FQ ,,., ,, DMINIQTRATIO Maxine Ashbrook, Secretary To Mr. Dodrill. Grace Shaffer, Assisfanf Secretary to Mr. Dodrill SCHOOL BOARD DECIDES SCHOOL POLICY Dean Shipman, George Jackson, Don Weaver - V, Pres., Don Bochelder - Pres., Roberr Gladden - Clerk, Ken Bush. D. Dunn R. Evons A SEARCH FOR THEIR GOALS E. Edwards R. Edwards V. Fields K. Fisher N. Ford J. Fox R. Franks M. George S. Gatc haII M. Geddis "' 'E r N. Goff N. Graham SENIOR9 DID PROFIT IN HIGHER GRADES N I B. Griffith E. Griggs B. Holdem J. Hamilton K. Hardy R. Hart D. Heoleo D. Hobson 36 H. Hord D. Henry J. Hobson J. Houpf E. Hershberger 'N-If L. Hollingsworth C. Howard anim!!! " lf'--1-3 1 11" fe-rmvf 'WI R. Howard J, Jackson M Jackson J. Jogger J. Jogger B Kenmtzer G. Klingel K. Korody S Kuenzer MANY HAVE DETERMINED THE DIRECTION 2 I J. Lowyer C. Lee L L L L D. Lyle G. Lyman OF THEIR LIVES L- Lyons R. Lyons R. McCracken --, r K if C. McCurdy M. McLain M. March E. Mercer J. Nelson W. PI'lCl'IC1l'Cl T, Rensch S. Robinson L. Rogers M. Powell T' P. Riggs r ,.... W K. Solisbury J. Scott R. Shaffer '- ww T. Sipe ,wh B. Seoburn 'FTW' M. Shoults M. Stevens G. Sears C. Simpson D. Smith K. Smith T. Turner J. Walsh P K. Sutherland F' Thorp B. Vail M. Vaughan J. Walsh R. Wehr J- Weliing R. Wertz E. Wilson B- W00d N. Wood S. Wuertz fl!" B ' 'A' G. Young A. Wheeler JUNIORQ PROVE OUTSTANDING CLASS OFFICERS: M. Curfs, President, K. Salisbury, Secretary? P. Cagwin, Vice Presidenfg R. Cooper, Treasurer. J. Adams R. Brown C. Carmean C. Coning R. Adams D. Brush S. Casio D. Cook . Bailey J. Boyle L. Brahon P. Burnell P. Cagwin D. Campbell D. Clark M. Clause B. Cody Cooper B. Crouse M. Curfs . Brock . Campbell . Conant . Dodrill M. DOFGH K. Domron G. Edwards l.. Elliin D. Fairchild M. Fisher K. Fissel M. Golleher D. Goodrich J. Gullel R, Hqmon H. Hanna O. l'lUFm0f1 A. Harper S. Harvey J. Hawk I, Hefghburger D. Hobson M- l'l0llln95W0"lh S. Irons N. .logger R. Jones S. Kidwell D. Kuenzer JUNIORQ DO WELL ON P.9.A.T. TESTS D. Lemley L C. Long D. Long K. Long C. Lust C. McHugh B. Mularkey V. Mosterson J. Mosher T. Myers R. Nelson B. pe,-ry C. Person M. Porter L. Reeve S, Rengch M. Rexford D. Richqfdgon P. Rockwell G. Ruhl K. Salisbury B, Sglyel-5 D, 55011 5- Shipman J. Shipman C. Sherbourne N. Simpson J. Staley S. Stansberry D. Stockdale D. Tesso J. Tipton M. Toot C. Var1Sch0yck J. Walsh R. Watkins L. Wigton W. Woitseck G. Young D. Smith W. Smith V. Snell G. Stockdale C. Sutherland R. Tennant J. Tracht B. Trainer J. Ullom T. Wenger S. Wheeler l.. Whitney QOPHOMORE9 FEEL AT CLASS OFFICERS: D. Dixon, Secretary, S. McChesney, President, D. Lyle, Vice Presidentg M. Long, Treasurer. N. Bachelder S. Bcchelder A. Baird B. Baker L. Ball J. Beardsley R. Brady P. Brewster S. Brinkman D. Brubaker J. Canterbury C. Carr D. Carr S. Castle B. Chrisfopher R, Clinger D. Coldwell P. Conkie B. COTTON K.COUf1fS C. Counts D. Dixion T. Eckerd M. Edwards HOME IN HIGH SCHOOL D- Ever? L. Fate D. Fate D. Fisher V. Foster K. Fox D- Ff0f1kS M. Fry K. Gatfshall F. Giffin D. Gladden N. Goff 5-GOFCLOF1 C. Graham P. Graham J. Groves K. Guy ' D. Haldeman R. Hfiwk H, 'Hickson L. Hildebrand T. Hildebrand M. Hobson T. Holtrey N. Hoopes H. Justice M. Linder J. March C. Osborne D. Hudnell D. Keenan E. Logan L. Mcislerson J. Orsborn D. Hudson M, Kipp M. Long T. Mathews R. Owen L. Irons K. Korody D. Lyle P. Mills J. Phillips J. Jogger K. Kubbs C. Mochen D. Murphy M. Phillips T. .logger T. Lonum S. McChesney J. Neptune A. Poasl M. Randolph F. Robinson K. Rogers D. Roth J. Seaburn F. Shocif K. Simmons J. Sipe T. Snyder J. Soulier K. Turner R. Spaulding D. Steck R. Stevens R. Sutherland L. Taylor J. Trainer C. Vallo T. Ward S. Weber J. West J. Wehr J. Wenger B. Wood R. Wren C. Wrhel R. Wuertz M. Watkins J. Williams G. Thompson FRESHMEN FIND M.G.H.Q. A CHALLENGE CLASS OFFICERS: J. Chapman, President: S. Lusf, Secretary. C. Hetrick, Treasurerg B. Schmelzer, V. President. M. Adams D. Adams D. Albright K. Barnett C. Baughman S. Baughman D. Belville C. Benedict D. Benner V S. Bloomfield S. Brock L. Brown M. Brown L. Rurnell B. Campbell L. Campbell S. Carpenter F. CGSTO 52 J. Chapman B. Chance G. Clark B. Compfon C. Croy J. Curtis L. Davis D. Dickerson D. Evans E. Evans R. Franks B. Galleher J. Cherrington D. Conant S.Cur1s S. Dilsaver S. Filson C. Gardner F. Chase P. Conkle M. Cyphers C. Dix B. Fisher L. Gatfshall S. Christopher A, Clark J. Cooper G. Cronenwetf R. Damron C. Daniels D. Edwards S. Edwurds S. Foster R. FOX V. Graham D. Gruber FRESHMEN PARTICIPATE IN HIGH SCHOOL LIFE T. Holt T. Halt C. Harmon R. Harper C. Herrick D. Hobson D. Hudnell P. Irons C. JOI1r1S0r1 P. Keenan S. KeIly C. Kemnifzer C. Kipp D. Knechtly B. Kreider C, Lackey 5.I.eI1nBf S. Lee C. Lepp L. Levering D D D L. J. . Helmczn . Jackson . Kemp Lonum Linder M. Hershberger D. Jogger B. KIITS M. Lawyer P. Linder S. Lust S. Malone P. McPeek G. Mercer L. Richords B. Ritchey V. Ruhl B. Schmelzer J. March L. Oliver B. Rizor C. Seeley Noi pictured is B. Reeve M. Marlin D. Osborn D. Robinson D. Shaffer oncl J. Sample G. McClelland D..McCurdy T. Powell R. Ronsbottom P. Robinson D. Roush D. Shaw S. Sherbourne B. Shipman J. Shipman R. Shoulis C. Shull A. Simpson R. Smith T. Smith C, Staley J, Stockdale M. Sfrope D. Styer D. Sutherland T. Tennant 5. Trgchf L, Trainer M. Torrey C. Vonderkooi L. Woikins R. Weber B. West S. West B. Weston A. Wheeler L. Wigton D. Worster S. Wright D. Ziegler T. Zwoyer C. DSBOFC1 L. Geyer D. Rhinehcrt G. Thompson K. Cooper ""' f- .L ' . v h. "5 f , 1 w Fl'-,I .tjf P Aw 'V . ' r ' "I ,XM X "n4:fn4 ,. f., -V . V - f 'K ,., ,' 1-.4 ', 3 1-, 1 -W., . ,,. L 5,71 ,. 1 A ,, M Y--, wi ,yi .. A . a gg.. f 2. ,. 1, -' v ' l ' ,. ov ' J? 1-54.-'J "' r 'f . . , C ' .,5',A. 1- ' ' K ,. I -v X' ".. . - 'p " ' - ' Q I- ,U . . x 7 ' '-5, 4 1 . -4 , WA., -x .4 Q-an 1 A':.:..J A X 4' 'g ',l , I -v "' - ' H.,,. ' , -- .. . ' " .' -0 . -' - ' - 1, A - jf , 1 , R an h J 'X V ' v , Q' v, , , f N I 7 .A . . , 5 , AJ- A K 4 ,- 1 - - I v ' -A h 'gl fs- A ' L ' ,' . I Q s ' - ' J A -f L -. n ' ' 1 A X ' ,J Q. D - ' is ' Q 1 , ' 4f.v 0 ' "" . ' ' A ww, . . .Sq If x . V I ' H V " , ' 0- f, V, , . ' O ' ' Q . , ' .r ,, . , 1 . hz, 4 ' 3- 5 'I ' ' f , 4 ,. h r tf"' " ' ' - w . -' A ' .. . ,. . , I. , - .X , - . A N - .. 1 . 1,1 -, Q.. . ,f , A 5' . - "' ' - ' , , .,.., , 1 fc . ,F ' ' f 5 1 v . H r I ' .I H' 45 ' ' ' . . . 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Franks, G. Klingel, J. Harmon, W. Woitseck, D. Hobson, B. Vail, C. Carmean, Coach P. Bremigan. ROW 3: B. Wehr, J. Tennant, M. Phillips, L. Rogers, J. Jagger, B. Dodrill, R. McCracken, M. Curts, R. Boyle, J. Beardsley, R. Cooper, B. Cody. Bob Wehr, a second team All-Ohio member, knocks down a pass FOOTBALL SCORES OPPONENT WE THEY Northmor 20 l4 Buckeye Valley 51 J 6 Olentangy l 0 Worthington Reserves 48 l2 Highland 32 O Big Walnut 6 8 Marion Catholic 8 6 North Union 6 O Buckeye Valley 34 l2 Cordington 38- 6 DAYS OF VICTORY SHOW HAPPINESS PAlN I T STRATEGY. 62 WORK FOOTBALL SCORES OPPONENT WE THEY Morion Cofholic 24 T2 North Union 6 8 Buckeye Volley 36 O Big Wcilnut 38 0 Elgin 34 T2 River Volley 30 8 Freshmen in Action FROSH SHOW WINNING WAYS ROW l: T. Smilh, J. Chopmon, R. Horper, S. Foster. ROW 2: G. McClelland, T. Tennonl, B. Reeve, F. Joon, B. Shoulfs, C. Vonderkooi, J. Curtis, S. Curls. ROW 3: A. Wheeler mgr., C. Lockey, T. Zwoyer, D. Jogger, D. Hobson, C. Hetrick, D. Kemp, Cooch J. Gooding. FIRST YEAR TEAM TAKES MOC TITLE RIGHT: Mike Fisher Crossing the finish line first of the Mid-Ohio Meef. ABOVE: Mr. Thill attending to one of his many coaching duties RIGHT: The Ieczm receiving Their times after 0 big race. 64 ROW l: J. Walsh, R. Campbell, J. Soulier, R. Weber, J. Walsh. ROW 2: L. Taylor, M. Galleher, M. Long, J. Nepfune, G. Ruhl. ROW 3: D. Belville, K. Damron, J. Canierbury, R. Owen, M. Fisher, Coach R. Thill. CROSS COUNTRY SEASON RECORD Dual Meets Highland Open Ridgedale Invitational Mid-Ohio Central District Class HA" Stale Meet Class "A" SPECIAL MEETS W L T O 3rd 6th lst 2nd l 81h 759 L K - , A "hh , 33 ' W - ,,.. --."- A A. W l 1 " Q .Q., - I - A A., A 2 Q. 1 ,.-.' :Q ef-Qfswfsiwsfiwffffsis AFM xi ! : ' - 3 3 I g, .V V, k 353235 Q M531 ' ll' ..Jx1 , mwm,, S . IYV.. 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EF f 2 g- I r ' 3 I 5 f QS Q ' A Q f A . L zi: J" if -I I . 5, Q K an-3 irkk ' is , i .sa W 5 "' X. smmwg Namxsrng 1 Mm Q me in ww, "M ,fl .V w ,ues l F ' ff . Q. 1 fgf 3, S 3 5 ' 523' f " ' IW' P ,:" . , i y ,k, . 5. S i 3 is . ,S ' ' 1, A , . 1 E! i gxf ,W H K E Ki ,", E 155 : .5 .,,. .,,.: . : 2 X , f f l S2 Q 1 , mg w, L ,, ,XL. ii ggi? :.. - . E , Q , ,.,,,... ,,,,i.:i. Q L ' 5 1 S 'LLLEEE ' ?fifE 1 . ".' 5 if nf I , ,, .I 3 1 ll "Q:' f i r f P5179 5:7fi:..'i 1 9 4 Q ,.f:.- ,Q ,..: IQH? 5 Q5 ,3wQ,W'AEzWw-fbfgfwffwm 'N' WWW H fm., gi E 2 S 5 . Q Q mf , x I "i 1, Q, 3 1 E i sm S ,... 1 S! X ll' J 1 ..,1S'3' E A f 1,, . S 5 3 Q A i gli S RESERVES PRESENT BEST BASKETBALL RECORD OF 69-70: I2-6 KNEELING: M. Galleher. ROW 1: M. Long, J. Wehr, B. Dodrill, R. Cooper, Phil Cagwin, Coach Gooding. ROW 2: K. Kubbs, D. Sutherland, D. Roth, F. Shoaf, J. Beardsley, D. Franks, J. Soulier, M. Cyphers. T55'5tarting 5 Collect Morrow County Tourney Trophy SCORES Opponent WE THEY Centerburg 47 4l Northmor 42 40 Cardington 52 43 Fredericktown 53 31 Big Walnut 35 42 Wynford 30 35 O Olentangy 39 42 Col. Crawford 40 42 Highland 55 39 Big Walnut 36 4l River Valley 38 35 Marion Catholic 56 44 Elgin 50 55 North Union 5l 33 Buckeye Valley 46 28 Cardington 64 33 Morrow County Tournament Northmor 34 32 Cardington 34 22 FRESHMEN POST GOOD RECORD FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 69-70 We Them Crestline 45 37 Ridgedale 44 50 Cardington 37 44 Pleasant 33 28 River Valley 45 40 Cardington 56 27 Big Walnut 45 40 Galion 29 56 Highland 50 30 Riclgedale 62 33 North Union 42 49 Cardington 49 35 Highland 4 29 33 Buckeye Valley 47 59 Olentangy 65 39 ROW 1: B. Schmelzer, G. McClelland, S. Curts, D. Hobson, C. Hetrick, J. Chcmpman. ROW 2: G. Lackey, D. Osborn, T. Zwoyer, T. Tennant, B. Shoults. TRACK 1970 Sprinter, Ron McCracken, leops oul. Jerry Staley shows his winning form that won him first place in the low hurdles of the stole meet. ROW l: M. Cyphers, S., Brock, J. Hobson, J. Tennant, G. Young, B. Vail, M. George, R. McCracken, J. Snell, G. McClelland. I ROW 2: P. Cagwin, M. Fisher, R. Brown, J. Walsh, G. Ruhl, R. Campbell, M. Galleher, B. Dodrill, J. Staley, L. Reeve, H. Hanna, S. Bloomfield. ROW 3: Mr. Bremmigan,-M. Phillips, R. Owen, R. Sutherland, R. Brady, L, Taylor, J. Neptune, R. Weber, D. Franks, M. Houpt, B. Cotton, J. Trainer, D. Hobson, J. Wehr, Mr. Thill. NOT PICTURED: T. Turner. High iumper Rigk Brown Clears fhe bor' The pole bends as Howard Snell strives for l2 feet? 7' INDIAN TRACK TEAM BEST EVER Jerry State Meet Hsghland Bucyrus Lexington M3859 Walnut W GNKWMWWWWT3 I, . wilful I ' 15' ww W Q pf' Mfqjwgpuh 532' EQWH EIGW I' mga fl 'T 'rigfgk' me 3 'Jw I I mf eh, nv Us 5355 FE mi J Kwai' has X553 ME If ZF .1 Htwwtftrm 'f.irfZfw Q 4 I, rf, I Qwsmmmtfwmivfgnaf re n C ttiolriq 1 sz III: LL an Pl S 1 mv mls- It oral: mor -- -- ffv-- F' ' H ,A ffl EFT' ,, flliizlf " ": flfllfi'lb-97ii2i3fL,,,.. . HW, ZIA -I 3 L g ! . 1 ,-f,.- I 4, f ..,.,, , , ww ' r ..,h 15 ' Am -' -, ,, wr " i :A f T Wm! its 5 WAV Z -111125 mm ww ww WWW Mm " L1 M2 we 8 u ry, Staley first place low hurdles, fourth place hugh hurdles, In th e Greg Young school record holder of discus throw - I4 feet W inch. 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T O CHAMPS Wheelersburg - Reg. 3 TO i Asst., Coach Allyn Graham PLAY BALL Bose hi? through the middle! , - H J . ,, ,, -, , w 1 L K , in -- W- . :,f1 .f-Leia. is N ,nf-5 , K , . K 4f'l"Q 'i9.-I3-3i.1' 'T'- .. - f i LL' .sz H H w ,,s La'i ' IL' 'kb -' W, ET v HQ' .. ..,:, M : , . N.:, .. . 1 . ,, 5 .f , -s , Yi-as ,gn . , ,,, - , , ., , ., W 'L,,L L- Q -f-H Higgs.. M N I" ,..."' - '-" -A-ss 1 VV? ' 'V " .. rrss, ,ii i .,,- . G. Curfs hits c power slom. L. Cook speeds Toward first bose. GOLF TEAM POSTS 5-7-I RECORD CHUCK SIMPSON NICK SIMPSON KIPP KUBBS ED ADAMS A Nick Simpson, John Walsh, Chuck Simpson, Ed Adams, Kipp Kubbs. 78 li-wrwsggff ,-,:1.Q-r, -, .. T :'ef-'Eff -r':'...i': ":g',I1..i? Q, . L-.Elf2ITf""'f1"19'f"E1 kffffffvf-wwf-xc ,,'- . .. ,yfw ,.. . ,, bb-if. Lg'-,, , ., - ,.-A4-11 22,7155 ,iv -, -g-.zgiiigixbegp -yy-5' -,W.q-Y .,-Y.1,,...Y W.. , , K, - ' :A-":."" ' - M- .-gn 1+ .u xx ff- ,.'X"',?,- . k , V -."'S ,M-.. 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SCHMITT GUIDES THE PURPLE AND WHITE EPARTMENT OF BUSINESS NANCY KENNEDY Typing I and Ii, Shorthand I and Il, Office Practice Advisor: Y-Teens I ALLYN GRAHAM VIRGINIA MEYER Business Law, Economics, DECA, General Business General Business, Bookkeeping Advisor: DECA ILENE STAMBAUGH Typing I, Office Practice, Librarian Advisor: Student Librarians I9 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT STRESSES FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION If BLANCHE KNACHEL English ll ,Q Advisor: Sophomore Class E:Q1hBTRNARD Advisor: Mlzpah, Freshman Class KATHRYN WIELAND English Ill and IV Advisor: National Honor Society Junior Class FINE ARTS oppomuiyimss Gnow EACH YEAR JOHN SCHILLER French I and II E I' h III ng is Advisor: French Club, Junior Class MICHAEL HAWKINS Bond, Choir LOIS MILLER Speech, English Ill Advisor: Thespicins Forensics MATH AND SCIENCE RONALD THILL JOHN STOLFO Biology General Science, Chemistry Athletic Director Physics, General Mafh MARTHA HUBBERT CHARLES SWANSON Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra I, General Math Algebra Il, Math IV Advisor: Hi-Y, Senior Class Advisor: F.T.A. 22 INDUSTRIAL ARTS I AND ART I MERRILL BRUCKER Industrial Arts I, III and IV Advisor: Industrial Arts Club JO GERHARDT l BILL SCHINDLY AH I Industrial Arts II, Drivers Training General Science Advisor: Art Club Junior Class SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT JAMES MILLER French III and IV, American History, World History Advisor: French Club, Junior Class JAMES STAMBAUGH Civics, American History JOHN QUINN Government, Civics Advisor: First Editor PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND l VOCATIONAL TRAINING i is 'i E ' v . "Gbp- KATHY HICKS Girls' Physical Education, Health Advisor: G.A.A. JUDY ALLENSWORTH Home Economics Advisor: F.l-l.A. PAUL BREMIGAN Physical Education Driver Training, American History DON GALLEHER Vocational Agriculture, General Science Advisor: F.F.A. 25 ROW la G. Covert, G. Holtrey, D. Jennings ond I. Hidebrcmd. ROW 2: H. Blose, H. Dilsciver, ond L. Sfoley. Mrs. Feld, Mr. Doorn, Mr. Cover, Mr. Dick- son, Mr. Bader, Mr. Tomlin, Mr. McCurdy, and Mr. Bailey. 26 STAFF KEEPS SCHOOL IN TOP SHAPE H. Williams, L. Nuffer, M. Little, and M. Busse .v -ig AWTQ, P1 v.. . .,,. - ' 2' ,.. - ff-.' -if f ..-A. u .. ' 1 3'-U' . .. - , 4. f.,,..- 4. v 6 J' "f-.v.i--Ng, 1- "V 'w",,,v:'V,f,4, ""Ff"4 ' A-'LM-4r',-wi .- if vi' 'awww 2. 2-Fifi-'J V "ff-'V' . 2,41 ,Ad v cgi-,:'-Tk"'Q., K QW.-, xl-lj' cr. J J ' NVQ.-yup 'gl PNY, ,Mfwf-'-aff-'1 +1---L ff WM S: ffz.Qf3-Fm: 5 ff' ' Ex., AWK ,416 42'qN 'NJ " .1 - . ,. "5 ""'?: -.. 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I - .Q QTUDENTQ sf? ' 3,1 Q . 'S 12.4, 1 , r ..- -v "K, , W'-l . MN- .f--ff, .. , ' ff-Q' . . 'ff ,, J ., 'b I . .-' cuff" . "-1f1'v..' ' , , " M L!,N-A-ggi-11,14-v pg.. J m win, 'LM ,,.1g', : ' '- - .4 ""'. ABWTUL 4 .,-,,'f,fa4-nv-1 ft U' t - ,Q 4 - u I - 'Mr' df' :wi-. -+2 - A ff' ' -'W' , "' f 4 . ' '- ..w P'-' v ' Y .a.-P94 e.gg..' .- - ., -:..-,- -,. , ,H LEADERS OF THE FUTURE L.-R.: J. Hobson, Pres., R. E. Adams K. Bartley Edwards, Sec'y., B. Haldeman, Treas., L. Coldwell, V. Pres. R. Bader V. Baker N. Belville S. Bennington C. Brinkmcn r S. Brock K. Brocklesby J. Brubaker R. Brush T. Campbell M Corsner P Chose M. Cherrington L. Cook L. Coldwell G. Conant G. Curfs K. Dilsover , N ph 7 ..g -. vw ' 1 x yu,-M'-' 'A -Y nr: "F?'N1 fl' 571 5 , V , sf'5aqH'n:-N-4.'E.5, ,, 5' ' .' P -Q . M . S" .f1Z'. 5 ' ' E -V ' .'.' z , f'jA x,'. ...aff- , fp ,., .,. . I.. . s U U ' 5 vt' ':"z. -- -' Q Q , x 3 v .' ,U I x ',x ..y 1 -7 g' '7 I K .. lx ,. . ' I 0 's '. .n- . v- , ' - xr , . ' 'x ' 3 HAPPINESS EVIDENT AT HOMECOMING September 26, 1969 brought fine weother oncl hoppiness to 1969 Homecoming Queen, Kothy Smith. Members ot her court were Jon Walsh and Shorilyn Wuertz. Queen Kathy got cz groo y kss t om Co captain Bob Wehr. ' 5 ,, . , ' . i t . . MR ifm 4 LJ! ki' - - , . Ei ,W , 1969 HOMECOMING QUEEN M199 KATHY SMITH Senuor Attendant SUSAN GATCHALL QUEEN JAN WALSH MT GILEAD RELAY9 QUEEN AND HER COURT Junuor Attendant CHRIS LONG Sophomore Attendant Freshman Attendant DARLENE DIXON GLORIA CRONENWETT I I I PTA I CARNIVAL QUEEN AND COURT REIGN OVER I97O s CARNIVAL UST Q I I I I I I I I I I I W CONNIE L , ueen I I , I CHRIS VALLO, Sophomore Attendant SHARON ST I'1 d I I I I I I I I I I I I JAN WALSH, Retiring Queen 85 Bob Leaf . . Erasmus . . . Pandy . . . Cissy - - - Mac ..... Abigail . . Vina ..... Miss Ryan . Miss Coria . Al Hodskins Hadley . . . Miss Haskell. . Miss Briner . 86 PLAY CAST ERASMUS . . Brad Dodrill . . .Ken Sample . . . Chris Long . Angie Harper . Roger Cooper . .Susan Rensch . . .Dulcy Smith Donna Kuenzer . .Gayle Young . . Phil Cagwin . . . .Jim Casio . . . Sandi Irons . . .Connie Lust l WITH FRECKLEQ Miss Off ..... Miss Harris. . . Stranger .... O'Conner .... Horace ....- PLAY CAST Cheryl Sherbourne Mary Gail Clousle . . . Wayne Smilh . . . . . .Rick Jones . . . . . .Jim Walsh Gqdsby ..... Sue loaf ..--- Com. Anderson. . . . . . . Glen Edwards . . .Mike Galleher . . Charles Persons First Mate . . . Jim Adams Photographer . Reporter ..... Dancers .... . . .Romona Brock ..... Pat Burnell . Deedra Fairchild Charrisse Bailey Debbie Clark Vanessa Masferson Jim Adams .lim Walsh "CRLICIBLE" PRESENTED BY 1970 SENIOR CLASS Tituba lNancy Belvillel denies her association with the devil. CRUCIBLE CAST John Proctor: Jim Jagger Elizabeth Proctor: Jan Walsh Abigail Williams: Kathy Smith Betty Parris: Patti Riggs Rev. Parris: Marvin Jackson Rev. John Hale: Howard Snell Rebecca Nurse: Kathy Dilsaver Francis Nurse: Tom Rensch Susanna Wallcott: Beckie Brush Mary Warren: Vickie Baker Tituba: Nancy Belville Sarah Good: Marty Vaughan Hopkins: Charles Simpson Thomas Putnam: Gary Klingle Ann Putnam: Diane Smith John Willard: Bob Wehr Ezekiel Cheener: Bob Franks Judge Hathorne: Greg Young Deputy-Governor Danforth: Da Mercy Lewis: Kathy Korody Giles Corey: Roger Edwards vid Lyle A Salem Witch Trial is at its peak. Elizabeth Uan Walshl and John Proctor's Uim final moments together. erst Deputy-Governor Danforth lDavid Lylel clarifies his sentence. THESPIANS HAVE SUCCESSFUL YEAR A scene from Erosmus wuth Freckles one of the Thesprons mony successes The Thespron Troupe T893 of Mt Glleod Hugh School had o very productrve yeor The club put on elght ploys besides the two closs ploys They Included The Lrttlest Hutch Hiker Mon Wuthout o Country The Ins ond Outs Gettysburg French ploy ond cz Lough In skit The yeor wos brought to o close with on owords bonquet cut The Inn 90 THESPIAN AWARD WINNERS Angel," "The Second Honeymoon," "The . . In .. , I.. " ," " ," o I ll - ll 4 ' Miss Miller presided over the initiation of new members. An unexpected guest stor wos present - "Spot" of H101 Dolmo- Everyone enjoyed the fine ot The Inn. tions." Miss Lois Miller, Advisor 9' AWARDS ASSEMBLY HONORS STUDENTS The co-hosts of the assembly. Duicy Smith awards Kathy Smith and Nancy Belville F.T.A. Scholarships. Nancy Graham met State Board of Education Basic Studies re- quirements. Candy stripers receive certificates from Mrs. Ward. S? f E is The Senior Industrial Arts Boys presented IMr. Brucker with a gift. Holly Hickson fifth in the state in English Ten. RECIPIENTS OF SCHOLARQHIPS. AWARDS. AND GRANTS NANCY BELVILLE - National Merit Finalist, Bowling Green State University Scholarship and Future Teachers Assn. Scholarship MARK CHERRINGTON - H-P-M Division ot Koehring Company Scholarship GARY CURTS Grant to Otterbein College ROGER EDWAIRDS -Grant to Miami University KATHY FISHER - Morrow County's "Dollars tor Scholars" MARY GEDDISP H-P-M Division of Koehring Company Scholarship Mount Gilead Teachers Assn. Scholarship MARKIGEORQE - Morrow County's "Dollars for Scholars" NANCY GRAI-IAM - National Merit Finalist and Standard Oil Company Scholarship BONNIE HALDEMAN - H-P-M Division ot Koehring Company Scholarship and Future Medical Assli. Scholarship RITA HART - Ohio State University Scholarship DAVID HEALEA - State Aid to the Blind JOHN HOBSON - Morrow County's "Dollars tor Scholars" and Grant from Naval ROTC JAMES JACKSIDN - H-P-M Division of Koehring Company Scholarship JAMES JAGGER - Grant to Harvard University DAVID LYLE -lGrant to Muskingum College REBECCA LYQNS - Scholarship to Ohio State School of Cosmetology CHARLES SIMPSON - Grant to Malone College KATHY SMITH - Future Teachers Assn. Scholarship TERRY TURNER - Grant to Baldwin Wallace College MARTY VAUGI-IAN - Morrow County Rural Electric Co-op Scholarship JOHN WALSIII -Grant to Magma university .IOY WELLING - Morrow County's "Dollars for Scholars" I I 93 QCHOLAQTIC ACHIEVEMENT TEAM PLACES EIGHTHL IN DISTRICT I ROW I 1 H. Hickson, C. Galchall, V. Foster, E. Logan, A. Baird, N. Belville, N. Graham, D. Kuenzer, J. Welling, M. Vaughan, T. Campbell, V. Snell, B. Dowis, B Perry. - I ROW 2: D. Lyle, L. Hildebrand, L. Irons, K. Fox, B. Wood, D. Cook, P. Cagwin, M. Curis, M. Fisher, L. Whitney. ROW 3: R. Owen, M. Jackson, D. Long, D. Goodrich, M. Galleher, B. Wood. Mr. Schmitt, Advisor H. Hickson, fiflh in the stale in English Ten, N. Belville, nine- 94 Ieenlh in the stale in Senior Social Studies. OYQ' AND GIRLS' STATE FIRST ROW: I. Hershburger, V. Snell, R. Brock, S. Irons, D. Smith. SECOND ROW: All. L. Brotlon, K. Salisbury, D. Kuenzer, G. Young. NOT PICTURED: B. Perry. THE GAY NINETIES WAS The barbershop quartet provided entertainment for the evening. Dave Cook, alias W. C. Fields, was the announcer for The Gay Nineties Revue. The band piayed a number of pop tunes besides the old favorites. THE THEME FOR THE T970 PROM After tlle formal dance al the Harding Hotel, the promgoers made their way to the bowling alley or the buffet dinner al the school. Howard Snell CFOONS info The mlC"0Ph0f'e1 Most of the tables and chairs were filled in the ballroom I GRADUATION i The Seniors were lined up waiting to go in. I l ! 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V, an-gs - . 4.1 ,I I '-154- .-f3ze '.' j'4.g.1rQfE.-1, A' '4"'gg3L,,5"" ,5,3'g,Lh .f,'f2,Q.' " 1 :I P ,iff ,' , I ' -w ,-- ' -.N-. .I -.mf-.S M " ' 92 'Y-HE2' ' W3 V., ' S 15, X 0' , .x ,i Q K Q . ' ' Y 5-F ,.,, -,.-, -, . , '- -...M.s.....',.1...... I V.,-, l Q jx- -, ,LW . - -N , IA. I' , , . '14 A .W ---Gwruhg.. -. ORGANIZATIONS LONG HOURS MAKE YEARBOOK SUCCESS Mike Galleher, the new editor, went to Ohio University this summer to learn new techniques in making our Mizpah one of the best. lt has taken many long hours of hard work and cooperation by all the mem- bers ofthe staff. We are hoping to include color in our next yearbook. C. Carr, D. Gladden, D. Cook. H. Hickson, T. Ward. Bailey, S. Rensch. '02 Another Mizpah meeting. ROW 3: R. Campbell, P. Burnell, C. Campbell, D. Evert, B. Dowis, E. ROW 4: Mr. Barnard, Advisor, V. Vaughan, D. Henry, M. Galleher, ROW l: B. Shipman, D. Fairchild, P. Riggs, A. Harper, D. Kuenzer ROW 2: D. Dixon, G. Young, 5. lrons, R. Brock, R. Hart, N. Belville Vallo, J. Walsh, S. Wuertz, T Logan. Masterson, D. Stockdale, M D. Lyle, B. Hayes, D. Clark, C STUDENT COUNCIL GUIDES ACTIVITY IROW I: C. Lepp, S. Carpenter, B. Wood, S. Irons, D. Kuenzer. IROW 2: S. Curts, L. Cook, D. Cook, R. Sutherland, D. Lyle. IROW 3: K. Kubbs, B. Vail, B. Wehr, T. Turner. Among the Student Councils I969-70 activities were: ci very successful Homecoming Dance, school trading I post, sale ot sweaters to students, computer-Valentine S f dance and magazine subscription drive. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: SEATEDI L, Cook, Treas., B. Wood, Sec. STANDING: T. Turner, Pres., B. Wehr, V. Pres. FIRST EDITION MEMBERS LEARN KEY FACTORS IN .IOLIRNALISM ROW I: er. ROW 2: ard, K ROW 3 Sears, Bochel ARTISTS MAKE CRAFTS. ART WORK Joyce and Shari get an eyeful of lAlfred. Joyce Jogger, Pres., Nancy Wood, Vice Pres., Gay Sears, Sec., Borb Kemnitzer, Treds. ROW la B. Kemnilzer, J. Walsh, M. Randolph, C. Lusf, N. VVood, P. Riggs. ROW 2: Mrs. Gerhordf, Aizlvisor, M. Shoults, S. Wuerfz, R. Sutherland, G. Sears, C. Kemnifzer, J. Juggers. I05 BAND PROVIDES COLORFUL EXPERIENCE The Pep band supported the basketball team by playing at the home games. Bobbi Griggs, Becky Stevens, Nancy Belville, Terri Ward The Concert Bond played ot Commencement. The Marching Bond marched of all football gomes CHORUS Mr. Hawkins has the tull attention of the choir at all times. ROW 1: S. West, C. Gatchall, D. Fairchild, D. Robinson, D. Brubaker, P. Irons, K. Smith, D. Fate, L. Brown. ROW 2: J. Walsh, B. Robinson, M. Clouse, S. Christopher, C. Brinkman, S. Bauchman, D. Smith, D. Gruber, E. Evans. ROW 3: K. Salisbury, C. Long, C. Lee, H. Hickson, A. Simpson, M. Rexford, B. Galleher, P. McPeek, J. Welling, D. Dixon. ROW 4: A. Wheeler, iM. Fry, K. Barnett, M. Galleher, T. Rensch, D. Lyle, B. Crouse, D. Lyle, R. Jones. DECA Member Carol McHugh malkes a sale in the new school store The Trading Post. DECA DECA's second year in existence was an exciting one for Mount Gilead Dis- tributive Education students. Eight members placed in the District competi- tive events and three went on to state competition in the areas of: advertis- ing, sales demonstration, and business vocabulary. The year was brought to an end with our annual Employer- Employee Banquet held in May at the Derrick Motel. KNEELING: G. Stockdale, J. Ullorn, T. Wenger, J. Walsh, J. Houpt, S. Kuenzer, C. Persons, S. Stansberry. SEATED: C. McHugh, C. Gott, E. Mercer, M. Geddis, G. Conant, S. Wheeler, K. Long, L. Lyons. STANDING, l-r: Mrs. Myers, Adv., B. Trainer, C. McCurdy, D. Hobson, H. Johnson, B. Cody, F. Thorp, L. Reeves, B. Hayes, M. Porter, M. George. I09 FORENSICQ CLUB MEMBERS LEARN POIQE IN PUBLIC SPEAKING L ROW I: Miss Miller - Advisor, R. Edwards, N. Belville, H. Hickson, M. Shoults, D. Belville, R. Sutherland ROW 2: G. Young, J. Jagger, N. Graham, K. Smith, S. Brock. Forensics Club was originated this year to further the art of public speaking. Mem- bers attended a workshop at the Mansfield Branch ot Ohio State University in the tall. Classes included Forensics competition. Classes: extemporaneous speaking, debate, original oratory, dramatic interpretation, oratorical declamation, and humorous in- terpretation. David Healea, Winner of American Democracy Contest IIO Contestants in the Voice of Ameri ca Contest. FRENCH CLUB WORKS TOWARD INTERNATIONAL HARMONY ROW l: J. West, R. ROW 2: M. Stevenls, M. Curts, P. Ccgwin, N. Grohcm. Or Row 3: D. Even, ll ROW 4: Mr. Miller, herlond, H. Hickson . sborne, L. Whitney, B. Dowis, B. Wood, I N. Bcchelder, C. Grohcm, V. Snell, E. Logon, D. Cook, and Mr. Schiller. SpOl'1SOl' Mr. Schiller - The French Club, o new orgonizcition, is dedi- coted to fostering on interest in French Culture in its members. This yeor the members hove con- ducted business meetings in French, have seen cn performance ot "The Borber ot Sebille" ot Ot- terbein College. i French Club Protect. FFA ADDS MANY TROPHIE9 T0 ITS COLLECTION The FFA highlighted its year with many different activities. Some of these activities included: Judging contests ldairy, swine, sheep, cmd beefl, selling cider, holding a scrap drive, having a Mystery Supper and holding their annual Parent-Son Banquet. Mayor Fred Wieland declared FFA Week, April l9-24, during which the FFA did many helpful community proiects. Q FFA QUEEN AND COURT SEATED: Queen V. Ruhl, K. Korody. STANDING: K. Korody, J. Tracht. SEATED, OFFICERS: D.'Roth, Sec., L. Wigton, Rep., M. Linder, Stu. Adv., D. Murphy, Treas., J. Shipman, Pres., R. Clinger, Sent.: F. Shoot, Chapl. STANDING: L. Wertz, B. West, D. Howard, K. Guy, F. Chase, R. McCracken, E. Herschberger, P. Brewster, D. Scott, J. Hamilton, D. Roush, B. Griffith, S. Kidwell, J. Casto, D. Campbell, A. Brewster, J. Lawyer, Mr. Galleher, Advisor. V Animals ploy Q bi g port in The FFA's curriculum Frank Chose fries the circular sow of the new Form Shop. Freshmen pose with their costumes on tor FHA initiation. FHA PREPARES GIRLS FOR COMPLEX FUTURE COUNTY OFFICERS ROW I: MIDDLE B. Brush. ROW 2: FAR RIGHT M. STevens. SEATED: Mrs. Allensworth, Adv., D. Stockdale, S. Brock, E. Mercer, K. Korody, B. Stevens, K. Salisbury, D. Keenan, D. Smith. ROW I: J. Cherrington, P. Burnell, K. Long, M. Brown, S. Tracht, L. Oliver, C. Gott, J. Tracht, D. Fairchild, C. Sherbourne, P. Keenan, J. Linder. ROW 2: B. Malarkey, D. Evans, F. Casto, D. Powell, M. Lawyer, K. Cooper, K. Staley, D. Helman, P. Conkle, J. Cooper, D. Benner, B. Shipman. ROW 3: S. Bennington, M. Stevens, S. Bachelder, M. Hershberger, D. Gruber, K. Turner, K. Korody, J. Sipes, B. Campbell, J. Thomas, L. Watkins, S. Ma lone, I. Hershberger. ROW 4: S. Baughman, D. Styers, L. Wigton, B. Kitts, C. Benedict, R. Spaulding, T. Lanum, A. Simpson, M. Rextord, L. Lanum, B. Galleher, J. Hawk, R Hamon, K. Salisbury. II4 M. Vaughn, B. Haldeman, M. Geddis, K. Dilsaver, l. Herschberger, J. Welling. The Future Medical Association is a club interested in a nursing or a medical career after high school. The junior and senior girls are members ofthe Candy Stripers at the Morrow County Hospi- tal. FMA does service proiects forthe community. For Example: at Christmas time FMA made favors for the hospital, and also took out books for the children's department. F.M.A. CONTRIBUTEQ TO THE MORROW COUNTY HOSPITAL FTA MEMBERS GET IN CLASS TEACHING EXPERIENCE Marty Vaughan - Rep., Susan Rensch - Hisi., Ann Baird - Parl., Duicy Smith - V. Pres., Emily Logan - Libr., Donna Evert - Sec., Carol Grahm - Treas., David Lyle - Pres. II6 The iniiiates Take on their responsibilities of becoming a Ieacher. . Wt L A ' if if 5 ROW l: F. Casto, P. Linder, J. Linder, E. Logan, C. Lepp, G. Cronenwett, C. Carr, D. Gladden, D. Cook. ROW 2: Mrs, Hubbert - Advisor, D. Everett, B. Wood, B. Dowis, A. Baird, C. Graham, M. Stevens, S. Carpenter, N. Bachelder, ,l. Walsh, R. Edwards ROW 3: S. Wuertz, K. Smith, N. Graham, M. Shoults, L. Whitney, N. Belville, S. Rensch, M. Clouse, D. Evans. ROW 4: D. Shaw, S. Lust, D. Smith, J. Osborne, D. Lyle, T. Zawyer, T. Ward, M. Vaughn, D. Lyle, H. Hickson. This year, the members of the Mount Gilead Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, guided by their advisor Mrs. Hubbert, participated as stu- dent teachers and observers in the lower grades. Also, with the profits gained from its apple machine, the Chapter granted two scholarships to seniors planning to enter the teaching profession. New FTA initiates discuss their futures as FTA members. l I7 ROW I: B. Cody, Treas., J. Houpt, V. Pres., J. Jaggers, Pres., R. Brown, Sec'y, Mr. Swanson, Adv. ROW 2: M. Fisher, G. Edwards, G. Ruhl, J. Walsh, D. Lyle, R. Sutherland, M. Phillips, M. Fry, D. Haldeman, D. Gladden, D. Cook. ROW 3: J. Walsh, M. Curts, L. Coldwell, R. Edwards, B. Wood, R. Bader, R. Cooper, P. Cagwin, R. Owen, R. Campbell. ROW 4: B. Wehr, J. Jagger, G. Young, M. Carsner, M. Galleher, D. Goodrich, G. Curts, T. Turner, B. Dodrill, J. Staley, R. Clinger HI-Y HELPS YDLING MEN BUILD RELIGIOUS IDEAL9 The Mount Gilead Hi-Y is an organization to the build- ing of outstanding young men in our community. The Hi-Y took its part in activities this year. Some of these ac- tivities were: planned and put on the Thanksgiving as- sembly, took part in the Brotherhood Banquet and also sold heart fund balloons for the County Heart Fund Drive. II8 I.A.C. TAKES SECOND AT THE STATE CONVENTION The Mt. Gilead Industrial Arts Club took part in many activities throughout the last school year. A few of these activities were: dances, car washes, and providing enter- tainment tor its thirty members. The club participated, along with ninety-two other schools, in the Ohio lndus- trial Arts Convention in Columbus and took second place in the Exempted Schools Class. The club was also a mem- ber ot the American Industrial Arts Organization. SEATED: ROW l ROW 2: ROW 3: ROW 4: ROW 5: . Bachelder, Treas.: R. Howard, Vice-Pres. Fissel, J. Tennant, R. Bader, Sec., M. Jackson, Pres. . Hollingsworth, J. Boyle, M. Adams, L. Levering, C. Kemnitzer, D. Jackson, Mr. Brucker, Adv. . Lyman, S. Lehner, P. Graham, B. Hord, T. Sipe, R. Boyle. . Stockdale, M. Toot, M. Hobson, R. McCracken, B. Seaburn. Adams, W. Prichard, Report. T. Rensch, K. Bartley, C. Howard. I I9 NATIONAL HDNOR SOCIETY i A display at the Festival of the Arts. Mount Gilead High School's NHS is devoted to promoting the ideals ot high scholarship and good character. lts membership is very selective and limit- ed to those students maintaining a three point grade average and evidence of leadership. The NHS had a large membership this year and this year's activities included: 2 formal initiations, a dress code, and the Easter assembly. Again this year, the NHS sponsored the 2nd Annual Festival at the Arts in collaboration with the Art Department. FRONT ROW, KNEELING: J. Jaggers, L. Cook, D. Goodrich, M. Galleher, R. Edwards, P. Cagwin, M. Curts, D.. Cook, M. Eisher. SECOND ROW: B. Wood, I. Hershberger, C. Long, K. Smith, J. Jaggers, K. Dilsaver, B. Haldeman, J. Welling, K. Salisbury. THIRD ROW: V. Snell, L. Whitney, M. Clouse, M. Vaughn, N. Graham, N. Belville, D. Smith, R. Brock, J. Lawyer. I20 i i Meircio Shoulfs, does her daily duties in The Primary Cenier. V f f 'lriinmsrwziswismzizzi OFFICE WORKERS ASSIST SCHOOL SECRETARIES T. Campbell, K. Long, J. Scott, R. Brock, S. Irons, D. Kuenzer. Not pictured: K. Sclsibury, N. Goff cmd D. Long. l2l Mrs. Stambaugh, head librarian, has many different jobs to accomplish. EFFICIENT LIBRARY KEPT UP BY STUDENT LIBRARIANS Many of Mt. Gilead's faculty turned out for the student librarians Christmas Party. The Mount Gilead High School Student-Librarian Association was or- ganized in T961 and is open to all li- brary assistants. The Student- Librarian's main task is to take care of the circulation desk, but they also shelve books and magazines, mend damaged books, and tile cards proper- ly. The task the Student-Librarians per- form are taught to them by the head- librarian. She gives instructions at the beginning ot the year and continues to give individual instruction through the remaining months ot the school year. l22 ROW l: Kathy Salisbury - Sec., C. Brinkman - Pres., K. Salisbury - Vice Pres. C. McHugh - Treas. ROW 2: M. Shoults, B. Halderman, K. Dilsaver, T. Rensch, B. Lyons, K. Korody, G. Young, R Hamon, J. Souider, Mrs. Stambaugh, Advisor. TABLE TENNIS I9 9CHOOL'Q NEWEST CLUB The Table Tennis Club under the leadership ot Nick Bochelder, Pres., met once a week for those stu- dents interested in Ping-Pong. The highlight of the year was the tournament. The doubles Champions were Jett Wehr and Dave Brush and Dove Brush was the singles champ. Mr. Schiller, Advisor ROW 1: D. Gladden, M. Fisher, D. Brush, N. Bachelder, J. Wehr, J. Sourier. ROW 2: M. Fry, R. Boyle, M. Kipp, J. Neptune, D. Haldermon, K. Kubbs, K. Rogers. Y-TEENS BLIILD9 HIGH IDEALS FOR YOUNG WOMEN ROW l: Mrs. Kennedy, Adv., J. Jagger, Sec., B. Haldeman, Treas., K. Smith, Pres., K. Salisbury, M.A.L., S. Irons, V. Pres. ROW 2: K. Gattshall, K. Counts, D. Keenan, D. Evert, C. Counts, B. Shipman. ROW 3: D. Brubaker, D. Fate, C. Graham, K. Dilsaver, R. Hart, J. Walsh, D. Dixon, M. Shoults, G. Young, E. Logan, B. Dowis. ROW 4: K. Turner, M. Clouse, V. Baker, K. Sutherland, N. Gott, E. Griggs, M. Geddis, B. Malarkey, V. Snell, S. Wuertz, N. Graham, N. Bellville, J. Welling. ROW 5: L. Whitney, B, Perry, J. Osborne, T. Ward, M. Vaughn, G. Sears, D. Hobson, C, Lee, R. Hamon, V. Foster, L. Fate, B. Brush, C. Brinkman. The Y-Teens are young girls involved in a Christian movement. One ot their goals is to grow in the knowledge and love ot God. The theme tor the l 969-T 970 year was "Y-Teens Do Your Own Thing." The Y-Teens have done iust that in the way ot worship, service, programs, and entertainment. Affiliated with the national YWCA, the M. G. chapter ot the Y-Teens have come a step closer to their goals. I24 GAA HELPS GIRLS LEARN NEW SKILLS ROW l: D. Evert, D. Dixon, L. Davis, A. Harper, L. Brown, B. Shipman, C. Carr, K. Fox, B. Wood, D. Keenan, E. -Logan, C. Kipp, J. Linder, D. Holman. ROW 2: T. Ward, J. Orsborn, B. Kreider, S. Lust, C. Graham, C. Lepp, A. Baird, S. Rensch, J. Scott, V. Baker, E. Mercer. ROW 3: T. Eckard, R. Spaulding, K. Korody, J. Sipe, J. Seaburn, R. Riggs, J. Walsh, G. Sears, M. Vaughan, M. Geddis. The Mt. Gilead GAA started late, but was quite active during the last halt ot the year. The GAA had a basketball league. The track team participated in the Morrow County Girls' Track Meet at Northmor. The girls also had a softball team. GAA in Action! l25 Annual initiation promotes good-natured fun. I26 V.A.C LARGEST The club's main fund-raising proiect was sell- ing popcorn at the home football games. lt was a new experience since it had not been done previous to this year. Also, a new preamble and constitution was adopted by the members. Dur- ing the Fall approximately thirty new members were initiated, with more to be accepted in May after track, golf and baseball. ln February, the club had a members versus faculty basketball game. BOASTQ ITS MEMBERSHI P Mr. Gooding - sponsor ROW lz G. Curts Sec. Trecs., L. Coldwell V. Pres., M. Cherrington Pres. ROW 2: Mr. Gooding, M. Fisher, L. Cook, J. Boyle, G. Klingel, B. Franks, G. Lyman, M. George, L. Rogers, D. Belville, N. Goff, D. Gladden ROW 3: R. Cooper, J. Walsh, G. Ruhl, J. Walsh, W. Woitseck, M. Curfs, R. Campbell, R. Jones, C. Simpson, J. Neptune, L. Irons. ROW 4: R. Edwards, C. Carmean, R. Brown, B. Crouse, N. Simpson, E, Adams, S. Stansbery, T. Sipes, J. Jagger, J. Beardsley. ROW 5: B. Wehr, B. Vail, G. Young, M. Carsner, B. Wood, G. Snell, B. Cody, J. Staley, B. Dodrill, T. Turner, R. McCracken, R. Clinger. l27 JA-A JUNIOR HIGH ADMINISTRATION Mr. Younkman "his door is always open." Mrs. Hardy is also ready To assist sfudenfs. Mrs. Clouse is ready and willing 'fo help. mm THESE PEOPLE WORK TO HELP U9 LEARN Jr. High Cooks Mrs. Dodrill - Study Hull A EIGHTH GRADERS PREPARE FOR HIGH SCHOOL ROW T: ROW 2: ROW 3: ROW 4: K. Watts, M. Grasmehr, D. Osborne, R. Hickson, P. Stahl, J. Pinyard, D. Woodson, L. Hershberger, K. Crown. Mr. Keil, S. Weller, A. Hickson, J, Stevens, D. Osborn, C, Cunningham, M. Myers. S. Ferrel, S. LaRoche, S. Bishop, S. Bartley, R. Warner, S. Hoopes. R. Rupp, M. Farris, D. Stacy, B. Judy, T. Wigton, B. Roth, D. Barnett. 2 ROW l: R. Adams, R. Shipman, .l. Hamon, R. Conley, ROW 2: Mrs. Burns, J. Stittler, C. Campbell, T. Lepp, ROW 3: R. Piercy, D. Guy, J. Ramborger, C. Daniels, ROW 4: B. Cherrington, C. Beeson, R. Tipton, J. Fate, K. Frey, T. Hudson, K. Bennington, D. Holtrey. J. Harvey, V. Price, M. Ghent, T. Harmon. D. Knechtly, C. Cover, J. Jones. S. Matson, R. Barley, S. Gruber. ROW l: R. Kitts, V. Nesbitt, K. Bailey, R. Mil ler, M. DeBord, D. Miller, R. Tesso. ROW 2: J. Lyle, D. Scribner, M. Augenstein T. Lyons, J. Lackey, L. Sherborune, Mrs. Shirk. ROW 3: J. Pate, D. Harmon, D. Graham, C Temple, R. Ball, B. Owens. ROW 4: E. Saylor, D. Williamson, J. Peterson D. Richardson, D. Knipp, D. McCurdy, R Fraizer. ROW l: T. Tesso, S. Randolph, T. Starkey, D Stockdale, K. West, J. Stevens, C. Mood ispaugh, D. Levering. ROW 2: Mrs. Bowen, S. Taylor, S. Young, M Mills, L. Woitsceck, R. Mochen, C. Zeger M. Shiply, J. Beltz, Mr. Schindly. ROW 3: J. Sims, M. Rienhar, M. Long, K. Le vering, C. Jones, D. Kirkpatrick, A. Koro dy, E. Mercer. ROW 4: D. Schockly, K. Smith, K. Mason, A Rorwenhorst, J. Loyd, K. Irwin, E. Whipple ROW l: Mr. Schroll, R. Waddell, D. Wheeler, J. Torrey. ROW 2: C. Castle, J. Lyons, C. Brester, B. George, S. Kipp. l33 SEVENTH GRADERS SAY GOODBYE TO CHILDHDOD. BEGIN TO CHANGE CLASSES ROW l: C. Hetrick, P. White, R. Hord, B. Snell, L. Powell, D. Anderson, C. Hamway, R. McQuiston, J. Gladden. ROW 2: Miss Botimer, J. Brocklesby, B. Keenan, C. Wigton, S. Styer, J. Sutherland, D. May, T. Casto. ROW 3: S. Dix, M. Moshier, J. Bishop, J. Rowenhourst, J. Davis, C. Evans. ROW 4: M. Daniels, C. Richardson, M. Clapper, S. Wiehe, C. Evans, N. Wheeler, B. Keil. ROW l: L. lrons, F. Swint, K. Bailey, V. Augenstine, S. Kemp, T. Wilkinson, and M. Curtis. ROW 2: Mr. Castner, S. Reeve, K. Williams, P. Ratliff, P. Kraus, C. Beeson, A. Conkle, A. Gatewood. ROW 3: A. McAfee, R. Bailey, C. Synder, J. Justice, D. Weaver, J. Rockwell. ROW 4: J. Moore, M. Zawyer, B. Smith, T. Wright, K. Baker, P. Franks, J. Hildebrand. ROW l: C. Ccsto, B. LoRoche, P. Swirit A. West, L. Underwood, B. Benning ton, B. Hobson, S. Linder. ROW 2: Mrs. Hunt, D. Lanum, B. Howell R. Graham, S. Lymon, K. Price, S. Hol brook, A. Damron. ROW 3: K. Linder, M. Ward, K. Williams, F. Simpson, J. Walsh, G. Stover. ROW 4: D. Pfeiffer, K. Robinson, D. Shull G. McPeek, K. Kipp, C. Machen, K. Baughman. 1 ROW l: T. Shull, K. Hout, R. Howell, R Brey, J. Burson, D. Prater, R. Busse, B McChesney, R. Dutton. ROW 2: M. Staley, A. Chapman, G. Sea burn, L. Miller, B. Dodrill, K. Baldwin J. Coleman. ROW 3: C. Miller, R. Grimm, C. Morris, L Bloomfield, T. Davis, D. Kimmey. ROW 4: A. Fisher, K. Keil, S. Tharp, M Page, R. Shoults, B. Giffin, C McGrath. ROW l: A. Smith, R. Goodman, H. Bar- tley, Z. Geyer, M. Foust, L. Holbrook ROW 2: Mr. Meyer, T. Shirley, B. Trumbo, C. Benner, J. Rizor. ROW 3: C. LaFever, T. Mullett, J. Long, B. Hobson, R. Muluane, J. Weston. ROW 4: G. Lyons, B. Ratliff, M. Wigton, B. Lyons, M. Wilson, K. Houptn A VARIETY OF NEW EXPERIENCES I Studying is an accepted hardship. Zi 4 2 2 .2 L Jr. High band works hard each year. ,... . Z f ,fu , i. 2 , H ff' f lf!! .er ' Fw 1 K, Ee Z, E Pr , if Q ' 71 1 I V airy! ,Sway , , , ,.. 1-f?'J,"fr,f "Q Q 5 rrrrr .E y N5 Y! I f ,M q,,4wfhfEgg' g3 W, A 'f, .rs .6 u" ' ifvHra ,RW5wH ,iM .wk f -M p .. ,fa,45h rig f '55fmrfeffrwzfzfw:r fgfzzfwg, ,.,,, . , , ,. ., ., A ., ,,,. ,,,.,,,,.,,,,. k, ,, ., ,., . ,Haw E' . -A V r 1 'f A.w'ffB"!"' . 5 1 ' -V, 4 4 .inf'....,af.mWQWS?.isfmf .V 5mm,rss:...npsw.fm.Mf...ai...,.,..f..-I.,-...W , , y , 2f1:2rr,.21H.w, rg-. Zz ., , ., , .M .m fyaezmusQ ,,,.,, x, f, , . W... fr. . fe 2 , A, , ,-ff -.w f ,,5g- Fw. - .' 12, 2' ""' 1 ' '- ,I r f V, , -.Ta B., .fQ,, .,,: 1 , f.-,, -rhr r -WII , H S ..,.., I I36 w s 5-fl? . ,-f,, fyr Jr1-: rr' , ,, 1 Phys. Ed. sirengfhens bodies. L ibrary is pleasant ARE AVAILABLE IN JUNIOR HIGH Student Council provides learning experience. I Jr. High backs our ocfivilies, Too. ' 'I - 1 I E 2 Il Miss Borimer - Girls' Phys. Ed. I37 JR. HIGH IQ KALEIDOSCOPE Football team had a good year: They were undefeated. Strict discipline is maintained in sfudy hall. Studying is the spice of life? OF EXPRESSIONS Concentration is ever-present. Study halls provide myriad of foces. There are open lines of communication. There are many frustra- tions along with the success- SS. , A Q K ' AX ,. 1 v .' K .h . II. , kj rf TA. I ' 1 , X 1 y , . I . , ,fr tx' LI. .fxli 1 . ' N . -,:. f X v I I yk 7 i f W X A A J J... .... - - 'iY. ,, , ...pf K , ' - , f ,- A .. Q... ' ' ' ' , T ., -J.. ..!.,- - V .ps -- 1 , .F - 't T, ' .'..l1'Li' --'-J" M . -. -I A- .. . U r.j -,-. - -r 1-4, 1 . gqw' -. , ,. 4 Q- .- 1 X ' 1, 4.- 8- .5-. .-f -.pm 4. Ffa- ...Q-" xv 9- ELEMENTARY n U ' ELEMENTARY ADMINISTRATION CREATE-9 STIMU LATI NG CURRICULUM MRS. SHOULTS, Moqnf Gilead Elementary Secretary ' MR. BOSH, Mount Gilead Elemen SIXTH GRADERS TAKE THEIR LAST STEP BEFORE JUNIOR HIGH ROW l: S. Crown, V. Bailey, R. Chilcofe, C. Curfs, B. Eox, R. Cook, D. Brubaker, D. Bray. ROW 2: L. Cover, M. Goodman, B. Galleher, T. Baily, S. Gardner, T. Elkin, B. Edwards, Miss Earley. ROW 3: C. Albright, B. Bachelder, A. Bailey, L. Burnell, B. Compton, C. Carsner, C. Arnold, L. Allgire. Nor Pictured: S. Duty ROW I: C. Hawk, T. Harper, L. Hanna, D. Hildebrand, K. Kennedy, S. Hudson, C. Hefrick, D. Graham. ROW 2: Mr. Hague, C. Kubbs, M. Goff, S. Burnside, E. Kline, B. Jackson, J. Frickie, D. Graham, B. Harvy. ROW 3: B. Irons, D. Gordon, M. Hunter, P. Gompf, l. Gray, D. Jagger, S. Hickson. ROW 4: K. James, S. Harman, S. Krieder, J. Gillum, J. Gordan, S. Judy, J. Jagger, B. Gruber. ROW l: L. Shipley, D. Sherbourne, B. Tennant, J. Shull, K. Phiefer, L White, M. Sterritt, J. Salyers, E. Sipes. ROW 2: Mr. West, B. Spaulding, K. Williams, T. Powell, S. Trainer, T. Smith, P. Lyons, P. Walsh, N. Ship man. ROW 3: P. Sutherland, B. Zeger, J Woodson, B. Young, A. Whiston, T Stover, S. Shipman, K. Tinkey. ROW 4: L. Smith, K. Torrey, S. Sheets, T. Roth, R. Thomas, J. Williams, P Young, R. Soulier, J. Stevens. SPECIAL EDUCATION ROW l: V. Reppart, J. James, S Porter, P. Hunter, R. LaRock, J Linder, B. Osborn, R. Poland, F Salyers. ROW 2: R. Murphy, R. Ritchey, G Mullins, L. Macklin, R. Robin son, D. Phillips, D. Lloyd, T Ramburger, Mrs. Roberts. ROW 3: M. Ransbottom, E Weaver, M. Maher, S. New son, M. Martin, L. Roberts, S Osborn, J. McCurdy. ROW 4: J. McClain, R. McPeek, K Logan, K. Mason, M. Over field, C. Lanum, E. Lyons, E Nance. ROW l: D. Gray, J. Logan, K Mason, J. Williams, E. Scrib ner, R. Byrd, J. Williams. ROW 2: G. Oliver, J. Wilson, D Noakes, D. DeFord, D. Knipp Teacher: Mrs. Riley. ,I 45 1 FIFTH GRADER9 GET A GLIMPQE OF JLINIDR HIGH BY CHANGING CLASSES ROW I: L. Mullennix, J. Myers, D. Prater, E. Powell, R. Long, G. Malone, D. Griffery, C. McAffe. ROW 2: Mrs. Baird, S. May, J. Cooper, D. Muffey, B. Mullens, K. McLain, R. Kuenzer, J. Rizor. ROW 3: D. Michal, M. McDaniels, B. Matson, K. Philbrook, B. Moore, C. Nesbitt. ROW 4: C. Machen, E. Graves, J. Mulvaine, M. Long, S. Newson, J. Pialf, C. Wigfon. ROW I: J. Fisher, C. Holt, G. Hughes, S. Everett, P. Hershberger, G. Graham, B. Fritz, K. Jackson. ROW 2: K. Irwin, E. Holtrey, J. Filson, S. Graham, L. Irons, K. Hobson, J. Hull, T. Hawk. ROW 3: C. Hornbeck, D. Hayes, M. Harman, K. Galfshall, H. Guiher, D. Doopes, D. Graham, J. Dix. ROW 4: T. Helman, F. Long, P. Gordon, B. Dodrill, E. Day, K. Gampf, H. Harmon. ROW l: K. Anderson, B. Hout, B. Har- rod, D. Muttley, R. Byrd, C. Cody, T. Carr, C. Bowersmith, M. J. Adams. ROW 2: Mrs. Niswander, R. Gardner D. Cremean, S. Smith, D. Domron, S Coldwell, S., G. Brady, J. Cooper. ROW 3: T. Barnett, L. Bowen, R. Bend- jng, E. Castle, J. Brucker, T. Brooks ROW 4: B. Bratton, K. Campbell, C Baer, H. Whipple, D. Benedict, K Baker, V. Compton. ROW l: M. Robinson, D. James, K Wenger, R. West, G. Waddell, J Scribner, J. Tolbert, H. Swint, M Thomas. ROW 2: Mrs. Hague, J. Stump, P. Smith, T. Sherman, C. Whipple, D. Saylor D. Shoaf, L. Westbrook. ROW 3: S. Wigton, T. Whiston, G wney, R. Williams, P. word, Hi Schopman. ROW 4: M. Sebring, S. Sipe, J. Snyder, R. Wiehe, J. Willeke, D. Shaw, C. Mulvaine. ROW l: D. Collins, R. Shirley, J McPeek, T. Randles, D. Styer, J. Har per, M. Hunter, L. Cherrington. ROW 2: C. Patterson, J. Ratliff, C Booth, B. Howell, K. Osborn, T. Bail ley, C. Farris, Mrs. Miller. ROW 3: C. Holtrey, J. Campbell, R. Myers, P. Dunn, J. Koon, D. Edwards ROW 4: J. Shockley, J. McElroy, M. Hartman, T. Stansbery, S. Damron, T. Cover, R. Chase. I47 1 THE WORLD IS INTRODUCED TO FOURTH GRADERS THROUGH SOCIAL STUDIES ROW I: R. Bowersmilh, J. Davis, K. Bloomfield, L. Hunter, J. Barker, C. Curts, L. Packer. ROW 2: Mrs. McKirgan, E. Blanton, L. Allgire, D. Bending, H. Beck, J. Burnside, A. Coofs. ROW 3: T. Gardner, B. Cooper, A. Chapman, R. Braden, B. Bishop, W. Conaway. ROW 4: N. Belfz, T. Brake, K. Bachelder, D. Calder, V. Brown. ROW l: S. Lanum, C. McQuisIon, M. Lewis, S. Jordan, K. Hughes, C. Joan, D. McHugh, C. Jones. ROW 2: Mrs. Rathburn, K. Powell, B. Hildebrand, D. Long, G. Mullins, R. Long, Z. Lane. ROW 3: R. Lorlz, J. Jusiice, R. Nelson, P. Jackson, M. McElroy, J. Maher. ROW 4: D. Howard, R. Lackey, P. Judy, C. Levering, R. Lyons. Row 1: M. wang, J. Todd, L. smsfh, L. ' West, K. Powell, D. Sipes, E. Taylor, M. Thomas, U. Swint. ROW 2: Mrs. Starlin, L. Smith, C Walsh, C. Tennant, D. Rizor, M. Wil son, S. Williams, R, Poland, D. McEl roy. ROW 3: J. Sweeney, J. Taylor, D. Hick son, J. Phillips, W, Williams, L. Phil lips, P. Shuts. Absent: S. Richardson, R. Simmons. ROW l: E. Graham, R. Hoopes, J. Hornbeck, J. Graham, G. Hout, T. Hickson, D. Knechtley, K. Hawk, T. Harrod, K. Higgins. ROW 2: Mrs. Salyer, D. Damron, G. Davis, C. Harritos, D. Doran, L. Gompf, D. Dudley, D. Graves, P. Heacock. ROW 3: W. Fissell, P. Hatfield, D. Dum- baugh, G. Harman, J. Day, D. Hoff- man, L. Foster. ROW 'l:B. Halt, M. Smith, M. Hartman J. Hawk, P. McChesney, B. Miller, E Adams, D. McPeek. ROW 2: C. Wren, J. Jones, R. GulIett,J Robinson, B. Masterson, J. Rockwell C. Hetrick. ROW 3: S. Jones, R. Murphy, G. Myers G. Darling, S. Martin, B. Nance, L Wuertz, Mrs. Williams. ROW 4: K. Osborn, M. Gordon, M Harmon, L. Morgan, R. Bowersmith K. Kelly, D. Underwood. I49 MATHEMATICIANS ARE MADE OUT OF THIRD GRADERS ROW l: B. Powell, R. Sheets, K. Reppart, B. Shipman, J. Walsh, L. Reutter. ROW 2: M. Stump, B. White, T. Varner, C. Osborne, D. West, C. Everett, L. Prater, C. Wigton. ROW 3: Mrs. Holtrey, M. Owen, M. Wilcox, K. Zeger, R. Sutherland, J. Philbrook, L. Tinch, M. Overtield ROW 4: R. Thill, E. Torrey, C. Sherman, A. Schopman, D. Roberts, D. Wiley, S. Randall. ROW 1: G. Doran, J. Davis, J. Curts, T. Casto, A. Everhart, M. Craven, G. Powell. ROW 2: V. Hauck, L. Bloomfield, B. Dodrill, K. Gilbert, C. Hedrick, R. Conant, S. Dix, R. Byrd. ROW 3: L. Campbell, J. Fisher, M. Calder, P. Feifer, R. George, B. Harritos. ROW 4: M. Evans, B. Kemp, J. Harman, D. Castle, T. George, L. Baer, J. Benedict. ROW l: D. May, D. Levings, T. Merriman, S. Hopkins, K. Little, C. Gardner, G. Michal. ROW 2: Mrs. Brucker, A. Lortz, K. McClelland, R. Helt, K. Kipp, D. Lewis, S. McCauley, R. Lyle ROW 3: A. Irons, P. Lyons, K. Meyer, D. McNamee, M. Holtrey, L. Nesbitt. ROW 4: S. Miller, R. Irons, J. Moore, O. Maggs, J. Graves, C. Levering, J. McNeilis. ROW l: C. Barker, D. Beck, W. Stonley, T. Shirley, R. Gullet, H. Rockwell, M. Sterritt, M. Ruhl. ROW 2: C. Ratliff, C. Brey, C. Cover, C. Edwards, L. Underwood, D. Dixon, K. Evans. ROW 3: W. Goble, C. Bowersmith, D. Rader, T. Hedrick, S. Ball, S. Smith, Mrs. Castner. ROW 4: J. Call, T. Holtrey, D. Fricke, R. Tolbert, L. Farris, C. McGrath, T. Howell. Not Pictured: L. Mercer, J. Ryan. GOOD WRITING HABITS ARE DEVELOPED BY SECOND GRADERS -.. by It . I ' ' ' 1 gf, V: . Q , 2 E T , f i,,i E . . 1 fi J Hmmm 'Zi ROW l: P. Dutton, L. Mullennix, J. Hunter, C. Machen, B. Howington, M. Hayes, A. Hutchinson, C. Holt, B. Ransbottom. ROW 2: Mrs. J. Lewis, C. Richards, G. Brewster, J. Harman, D. Jones, S. Burnside, D. Jones, P. Carr, R. Brown. ROW 3: N. Richardson, V. Saylor, B. Rouwenhorst, S. Smith, K. Bartley, J. Gardner, M. Smith. ROW l: D. Miller, G. Craven, L. A. Brown, J. Brown, B. Lashmit, S. Kemmer, J. Powell. ROW 2: Mrs. Marsh, P. Everett, G. Graves, E. Wright, D. Evans, L. Navarre, B. Coots, L. Perkins. ROW 3: T. Franks, B. Irons, T. Brake, K. Eastridge, L. Blanton, S. Bane. ROW 4: L. Brown, T. Heacock, B. Trumbo, K. Augenstein, K. Sheets. Not Pictured: D. Barnett, R. Duty. ROW l: J. Higgins, M. Cover, T. Lortz, M. Smith, J. Middaugh, P. DeBord, T. Adams, P. Porter. ROW 2: B. Guiher, L. Dixon, J. Rizor, J. Bartley, D. Mutfley, B. Chilcdle, R. Krauss. ROW 3: Mrs. Minton, B. Brucker, D. Braden, M. McDonald, N. Dumbaugh, R. Gattshall, S. Fuller, G. Hoffman. ROW T: B. Darling, T. Hatten, M. Martin, B. Smith, J. Hudson, M. J. Ford, J. Brey, C. Booth. ROW 2: M. Holtrey, E. Shockley, C. Smith, D. McPeek, M. Hartman, M. Shoal, C. Shockley, Mrs. Roach. ROW 3: M. Oliver, J. Grimm, D. Myers, S. Thomas, B. Nance, T. Farris. ROW 4: C. Castle, C. Randles, S. Wood, J. Gordon, T. Short, J. Clinger, D. Bowersmith. FIRST GRADER9 EXPERIENCE ELEMENTARY LIFE ROW l: D. Lyons, C. Nelson, J. Reid, L Michal, D. Logan, K. Packer, S. Wig ton. ROW 2: R. Navarre, H. Mann, S. Holt, R. Morris, J. Everhart, S. Sherman, S McNeilis, Mrs. Jackson. ROW 3: M. Miller, D. Long, D. Rath burn, L. Westbrook, M. Pollard, G Lane, J. Jones ROW 4: R. Maggs, D. Miller, T. Cre means, T. Amick, R. Keene, R. Meyer, S. MicCurdy. ROW I: M. Nelson, A. Castle, K. McCauley, J. Benedict, J. Irons, T. Lit- tle, B. Evert. ROW 2: S. Wolford, T. Kitts, L. Rizor, T. Joan, C. Adams. ROW 3: A. Mullett, L. Coots, D. Suther- land, J. Squires, K. Long, J. Call. ROW 4: S. Williamson, L. Allgire, L. Lester, T. Campbell, L. Korody, A. Judy, D. Carpenter, Mrs. Wood. I54 ROW l: T. Lanum, M. Heacock, K Bowen, M. Hobson, D. Edwards, J Wright, C. Harritos, K. Noggle. ROW 2: J. Holtrey, C. Williams, N Harmon, T. Simmons, S. Bachelder D. Hayes. ROW 3: S. Wood, S. Anderson, C. Sny der, M. Gompt, D. Sheets, C. War ner. ROW 4: M. Patterson, M. Phillips, D Seitz, S. Campbell, M. Smith, V. Blue J. Evans, Mrs. Kimmey. V. Styer, D. Coon, T. Conant, C. Booth J. Shipman, R. Varner, B. Ruhl, J. Hat- ten. ROW 2: R. Bowersmith, T. Martin, T Bedwell, P. Underwood, T. Hawk, A Saylor, R. Robinson. ROW 3: G. Prinzing, J. Hawk, B. McEl roy, J. Smith, J. Ratliff, T. Bensley Miss Logan. ROW 4: C. Farris, D. Short, M. Harvey G. Geyer, M. Smiley, L. Wood, J Bailey. Not Pictured: P. Grasmehr. 1 r ROW T: W. McCurdy, D. Brooks, S Higgins, C. Hildebrand, K. Augen stein, L. Cremeans, T. Ault, C. Little C. Dille. ROW 2: L. Carr, R. James, J. Hatfield A. Castle, D. Buyer, A. Harvey, S Howell, A. Drake, Mrs. Cronenwett ROW 3: S. Campbell, S. Goff, J. Her- rod, R. Heimlich, J. Long, L. Hull, P. Compton. ROW T: L. McNeilis, V. Weston, M. Wren, C. Staten, M. Miller, K. Le- vering, J. Leone, C. Smith, T. Swint ROW 2: K. Flexter, A. Stephenson, C Yoke, T. Young, R. Morr, G Whipple, M. Kemmer, D. Cremeans ROW 3: R. Smith, M. Wilcox, D. Wiehe, D. Styer, D. Willeke, S. Wilcox, J. Tschudi. l55 1 ROW l: N. Robinson, W. Lashmit, M. Sterritt, G. Fuller, P. Collins, D. Shoaf, R. Simmons, T. Grimm. ROW 2: L. Morgan, J. Nesbitt, J. Morrison, S. Brey, M. Hartman, B. Baughman, J. Gandee. ROW 3: K. Seinoha, T. Hughes, M. Mullins, S. Harmon, C. Roush, S. Johnson, B. Fricke, Mrs. Mary McAlister ROW 4: S. Gray, D. Gruber, J. Harden, J. Halfhill, B. Curl, E. Darling, E. Bryant. Not Pictured: T. Stasel, L. Wells. ROW l: K. Little, A. Smith, S. Brady, C. Davis, R. Brooks, J. Monk, P. Smith, F. Machesky. ROW 2: J. Benson, G. Zwick, L. Wise, C. Styer, C. Hull, J. Herrod, M. Troyer, Mrs. Barber. ROW 3: A. Shipley, L. Miller, G. Buyer, G. Westbrook, J. Griffith, J. Mullins, T. VanHorn. ROW 4: D. Mullett, R. Carte, M. Smith, R. Thill, B. Conant, S. Ogden, P. Wilson. KINDERGARTENERS JOIN THE WDRLD OF EDUCATION ROW l: M. Mullennix, J. Hawk, T. Damron, T. Casto, B. McChesney, B. Ault, K. Evans. ROW 2: J. Bowersmith, P. Kemp, D. Barker, W. Augenstein, L. Waggoner, D. Bowersmith, D. Lyon. ROW 3: L. Scheitler, B. Foust, J. Votaw, J. Levering, T. Coon, M. Bush, Mrs. Mary McAlister. ROW 4: K. Clark, B. Clinger, C. Klenke, B. Keil, R. Moodispaugh, L. Middaugh, K. Lester. Not Pictured: C. Boown, D. Chafins, C. Harter, B. Otten. ROW l: ROW 2: ROW 3: ROW 4: T. Piatt, M. Beltz, E. Miller, R. Williamson, M. Hamwey, L. Lortz, D. Reppart. K. Blue, S. Trainer, D. Fox, M. Bartley, K. Tinch, D. Merriman, S. Campbell. D. Harman, D. Levings, T. Hoffman, D. Richardson, B. Sheets, P. Sheets, T. Brown. D. Prater, B. Chipmcin, G. Shoewalter, T. Patrick, B. Gattshall, J. Curts, G. Sweeney, Mrs. Barber l 1 I ELEMENTARY'S 1 5 T FAVORITE SUBJECTS rf 159 A ,X .. 4 ..A '11 J Q Q F af-W , 4, 1 ...K 4 . 1, 4- "- -.1 'l 1"wf t - D Rl' DRIVE IN .gefw-2,-igwy'-Aff :,v,'s-Q . -n 1951- ' , ' . ,, wma km. 5 H C. I ,T .l:l'.,,- V- ' 31 , rf ff 4, , .',- Ar, i ' 17 ,. 1--fy ' 1' .,, , Y uf ,,.f.,. ,L- , A ' r GEYER'S SUPER Iberia Road Mount Gilead, Ohio DOLLAR MORTON HARDWARE HARPER'S DAIRY Distributor of Bordon' Products Hardware For Hard Wear Edison, Ohio Phone: 946-4836 28 South Main Mount Gilead, Ohio 946-5941 S Congrotulotions ond Good Luck Closs Of '70 HERCULES GALION PRQDUCTS, INC. 500 Shermon St. Golion, Ohio 44833 62 yeors - Building better truck equipment for the world Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1970 THE UNION STORE Mount Gilead, Ohio 946-4956 , .IOHN .IAGGER MOTOR SALES Congratulations Seniors BOWEN JEWELERS 37 South Main Mount Gilead, Ohio 946-1851 946-3076 Mt. 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R 81 H FLOOR AND WALL COVERING Interior Decorating 52 South Main St. Mount Gilead, Ohio THE COPPER KETTLE Good Food - Courteous Service ll North Main Street Mount Gilead, Ohio Phone - 4991 JEANNE LEHNER - Owner PORTER'S FROZEN CUSTARD Meet,,Eat, And Drink at Porter's South Main Street Mount Gilead, Ohio QUAY'S DRUG STORE Galion, Ohio , ,-, W,,.,mf,,W.....1..mm-L.,-B.ufl:f "Four Registered Pharmacists to Fill Your Prescriptions" Kodak Cameras Cosmetics SMITH INSURANCE ........'1-l1?-- -- V-1' ' E --Mgwrmmfewmgframafmw-n.eF Mount Gilead, Ohio 1.14 West High St. 946-3916 '65 SOULIER PLUMBING AND HEATING American Standard Installations and Repairs 946-1861 NATIONAL .IEWELER5 "Famous for Best Diamond Values 215 Harding Way East Galion, Ohio SNYDER'S HARDWARE Edison, Ohio BARBER PRESS lPrintingl Mount Gilead, Ohio WEAVER'S I LINER EVAN'S IMPLEMENT Allis-Chalmers New Holland New Idea A-C Tractor THE WHITE HOUSE Ladies' Apparel and Accessories Mount Gilead, Ohio 20 West High Street 946-1046 OPAL CAMPELL - JEANNE LEHNER 1861 GaIion's Oldest Store 1970 KLOPP'S INCORPORATED LLOYD CORWIN'S Gulfpride oil, GULF batteries Gulf Sta Mount Gilead, Ohio CRYSTAL ICE 8g ZERO LOCKER J Mount Gilead, Ohio 946-2846 KIRK'S DARI DRIVE-IN Where the gang meets THE PEOPl.E'S BANK Compliments of TAYLOR'S MARKET Mount Gilead - Cardington 30 South Main Mt. 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Gilead, Ohio ' YOUR OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO PHDTDRAIVIA 201 Harding Way East Galion, Ohio 44833 Phone: 419-468-4422 319 N. S Itzer St Crestli Oh 44827 Ph 419 683 3053 GALION STUDIO PORTRAIT I AERIAL WEDDING ' GROUPS COMMERCIAL "' REUNIONS ILLUSTRATION 'F EVENTS Complete Professional Photographic Services WARREN R. McCLELLAND COLUMBIA GAS or I OHIO Realtor Appraisals Insurance Mt. Gilead, Ohio MI- GIIGGQI, Ohio Compliments of BENSON T.V. 81 RADIO Edison, Ohio CRAVEN FUNERAL HOME MAX R. CRAVEN, Director Ambulance Service Mount Gilead, Ohio BAILEY DODGE Rt. 95 Edison, Ohio NATIONWIDE INSURANCE WARREN J. STALIN Cardington and Mt. Gilead, Ohio I73 ADAMS, ED - Golf 3, 4, VAC 4. BADER, RANDY - IAC I, 4, Choir 2. BARTLEY, DONNA - FMA 3, FTA 2, GAA I, Y-Teens 2, 3, Jr. Class Play 3. BELVILLE, NANCY - Lib. I, 2, 3, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, NHS 2, 3, 4, Foren. 4, Art Club 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Arrowtales 4, Mizpah 4, Scholastic Team I , 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. BRADY, PEGGY JANE - FHA 3, FNA I, GAA 3, Y-Teens 3, DECA 3, Arrowtales I. BRINKMAN, CINDY - FTA I, 2, 3, GAA I , Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Lib. I, 2, 3, PTA Carn. Court 2, Choir 2, 3, 4. BROCK, SHARON - Class Officer I, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, FTA2, GAA I, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Ar- rowtales 2, Scholastic Team I, 2, Jr. Class Play 3. BROCKLESBY, KATHY - Lib. I, 2, 3, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Ar- rowtales 2, DECA 4, FFA Queen 3. BRUBAKER, JERRY - Track I, Fish and Game Club I. BRUSH, BECKIE - Class Officer I, FHA 2, 3, 4, FNA I, 3, 4, GAA I, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Mizpah 3. CAMPBELL, TERRI - Student Coun. I, FTA I, 2, GAA I, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Art Club 3, DECA 3, Mizpah 3, 4, Arrowtales 2, Scholarship Team I, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3. I74 CARSNER, MARTY - Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Track 2, VAC 4, Band I, 2. CHERRINGTON, MARK - Base- ball 4,,Football 2, 3, Track I, VAC 3, 4, Art Club 3. COLDWELL, LARRY - Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Hi-Y 4, VAC 3, 4, Fish and Game Club 3. CONANT, GEORGE - Basketball Mgr. I, Football Mgr. I, 2, Track Mgr. I, Hi-Y I, 2, VAC I, 2, 3, 4, DECA I, 2, Choir I, Jr. Class Play 3. COOK, LARRY - Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun. 4, VAC 4, NHS 3, 4, Fish and Game Club 3, Arrow- tales 4, Scholarship Team 2, 3. CURTS, GARY - Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, VAC 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team 3. DILSAVER, KATHY - NH-S 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, FNA 3, 4, FTA I, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Mizpah 3, Sr. Class Play 4. EDWARDS, ROGER - Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Class Officer 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, VAC 4, NHS3, 4, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4. FLETCHER, SUZE - FTA 3, Thespi- FORD, NANCY - FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. FOX, JOE - Basketball I, Football I, 2, 3, Golf 2, Track I, VAC 2, 3, 4. FRANKS, BOB - Baseball 2, Foot- ball 3, 4, VAC 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. GATCHALL, SUSAN - GAA I, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3. GEDDIS, MARY - Office Help 3, 4, FNA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Y- TeeI'1S I, 4, DECA 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Mizpah 3, Arrowtales 2, 3. GEORGE, MARK - Track 2,k3, 4, VAC 3, 4, IAC 3 GOFF, NANCY - Office Help 4, Student Coun. 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, Maiorette 2, 3. GRAHAM, NANCY - Student coun. 2, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4,,'GAA 1, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, NHS 2, 3, 4, Foren- sics 4, Choir I, 2, 3, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, 4. GRIGGS, BOBBI - GAA I, FHA 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4. HALDEMAN, BONNIE - Class Officer .4, FMA I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Lib. I, 2, 3, 4, Mizpah 3. HARDY, KIM - Football 3, Thespi- ans 4, Jr. Class Play 4. HART, RITA - Stat. Basket. 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Class Officer 2, Y--I-CCHS 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Mizpah 3. HENRY, DONN - Choir I, 2, Ar- rowtales 2. HOBSON, DEBBIE SUE - Office Help 3, Lib. 3, FHA 2, FMA I , GAA I, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Choir I, DECA 3, 4, Arrowtales 3. HOBSON, JOHN - Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 4, VAC 3, 4, Mizpah 3, 4, Scholarship Team I, 3. HOWARD, CHESTER - IAC 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. HOUPT, JOHN - Golf I, 2, Track I, Hi-Y 3, 4, DECA 3, 4, IAC 3, 4. HOWARD, RICHARD - FFA 4, IAC 3, 4, Scholarship Team I. JACKSON, JAMES - Track 2. JACKSON, MARVIN - IAC 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. JAGGER, JAMES ALLEN - Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Track I , 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, VAC 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Mizpah 3, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4. JAGGER, JOYCE - Basketball Stat. 2, 3, Class Officer 2, Student Coun. 3, FTA I, 2, 3, GAA I, 2, 3, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, Mizpah 3, Jr. Class Play 3. KEMNITZER, BARBARA - FMA I, 2, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Thespi- ans 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Mizpoh I, 2, 3, Arrowtales I, 2, 3, Jr. Class Play 3. KLINGEL, GARY - Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, VAC 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. KORODY, KATHY - FHA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Lib. I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Arrowtales I , Sr. Class Play 4. KUENZER, STEVE - Track 2, VAC 2, 3, 4, DECA 4, IAC 3, 4. 0. LANUM, JOHN - Basketball Mgr. 3, 4, 4, Chess 2, 3, AI'- rowtales I, 2. LAWYER, JOHN - Track 2, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Scholarship Team I, 2. LEE, CONNIE - Y-Teens 4, Choir 4. LONG, DOUG - Football I, DECA 3, 4, Scholarship Team I, LYLE, DAVID - Student Couri. 4, FMA -I, 2, 3, FTA 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Mizpah 3, Schol- arship Team I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4. LYMAN, GAIL - Track Mgr. I, VAC I, IAC 3, 4. LYONS, BECKIE - FMA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. LYONS, LOIS - FHA I, 2, 3, DECA 3, 4. MCCRACKEN, RON - Basketball 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, VAC 2, 3.- MCCURDY, CONNIE - FHA I, 2, GAA I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, DECA 3, 4, Choir 3. MCHUGH, DAN - Choir I. McLAIN, MIKE - Mechanical Drawing 3. MERCER, ELLA - FHA 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, DECA 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, Jr. Class Play 3. POWELL, MARK - Play Com- mittees. PRICHARD, WALKER - Basketball Mgr. 2, Football Mgr. 2, IAC 3, 4, VAC 2, 3, 4. RENSCH, TOM - Basket. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, IAC 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Sr. Class Play 4. RIGGS, PAITI - Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Base. Stat. 2, 3, FTA I, 2, 3, GAA I, 2, 3, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, CIIOII' I, 2, 3, lVIIZpGI1 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. ROGERS, LINDY - Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basket.. 2, Football 2, 3, 4, VAC 3, 4, Fish and Game Club 3. SCOTT, JO - Office Help 4, FHA 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, FFA Queen. SEARS, RETA GAY - FMA 2, 4, FTA I, GAA I, 2, Y-Teens 2, 4, Art Club 2, 4, Lib. 4, Choir 4, Arrow- tales 4. SHAFFER, ROSE - Office Help 3, 4, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. SHOULTS, MARCIA - Office Help 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, FMA 2, 3, 4, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I,'2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, For. 4, Mizpah 3, Scholarship Team 2, 3. SIMPSON, CHUCK - Golf I, 2, 3, 4, VAC 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. SIPE, THEODORE - Baseball 2, 3, VAC 4, IAC 3, 4, Arrowtales 2. I75 SMITH, DIANNE - FHA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, Y- Teens 2, DECA 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Mizpah 3, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 4. SMITH, KATHY - Cheerleader I, 3, 4, FNA I, 2, 3, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, For. 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Mizpah 3, Sr. Class Play 4, Homecoming Queen 4, PTA Carnival Court I, Track Court 2. STEVENS, MYRTA - Office Help 3, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, 4. SUTHERLAND, KAREN - FHA I, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Arrowtales 4. TENNANT, JOHN - Basketball I, 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, VAC 4, IAC 3, 4. THARP, FRED -IAC 3, DECA 3, 4. TURNER, TERRY - Basket. I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, SIU. Council I, 3, 4, I'II-Y 2, 3, 4, VAC 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3. VAIL, BRIAN - Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Student Council 4, Thespians 3, 4, VAC 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class ,Play 4. VAUGHAN, MARTY - Basket. Stat. 3, FMA I, 2, 3, 4, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 4, Mizpah 4, Scholar- ship Team 3, Sr. Class Play 4. WALSH, JAN - Track Stat. 3, 4, FMA 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Lib. 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, PTA Carnival Queen 3, Choir . 4, Mizpah 3, Pep Club 3, Art Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. WALSH, JOHN - Baseball 2, Golf 3, 4, cross-country 21, FMA 2, FTA' 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, VAC 4. WEHR, BOB - Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basket. I, 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Coun. 4, VAC I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. WELLING, JOY - FMA 3, 4, Y- Teens 3, 4, Band 4, Choir 3, 4. WERTZ, DICK - FFA 2, 3, 4. WHEELER, ALLYSON - FHA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 4. WOOD, BRAD - Basket. I, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Track 2, Class Officer 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, VAC 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Band I, 2, 3, Dance Band I, 2, Mizpah 3, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Jr. Class Play 3. WUERTZ, SHARILYN - Cheer- leader 4, FMA 2, 3,,4, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, Thespians 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, FFA Court I, Track Court 3, Girls' State 3, Choir 3, 4, Arrow- tales 2, Mizpah 3, Jr. Class Play 3, Scholarship Team 2. YOUNG, GREG - Baseball I, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, VAC 3, 4, For. 4, Scholarship Team 3, Sr. Class Play 4. The Mizpah would like to thank the following Senior Patrons MR. AND MRS. OMAR surHERLAND MRS- BETTY M- SEARS MR. AND MRS. RICHARD YQUNG MR. AND MRS. HAROLD CONANT MR. AND MRS. LOREN COLDWELL MR- AND MRS- DON R- GRAHAM MR. AND MRS ROBERT SEABURN MR. AND MRS. EVAN BELVILLE MR, AND MRS- JQHN RQGERS MR. AND MRS. LEROY VAUGHAN MRS. 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