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

 - Class of 1977

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Ig- .rf "f-I f',.,:l H. IV1,-JL fag. Ange la N i f Illllg, 'IHGSFI Sl.UGf:Yl'llS 511011111 Llltililillltlltt ' ' ' "" ' announced this. e the following: W Mrs. Craiiieigg ': Mary J. .fin-N Arnold, Tony Bartley, John irly Casltey, the high school busses at the swirnining pool and hoard a shuttle bus to Edison Elementary. A bus from Highland School District will then transport the lVIt..Gil- cad students to 'l'ri-Rivers leaving Edison between 8:10 and 8:15. p - The Mt. Gilead Board ol Education in ' ' ici: the Open llousc. Classes time ln-vii underway since Scpteniher at the school located at 2222 liiarion-Pill. tflilczziii ltond just east ot the Slale Route 535 :intl Slilltf Route :lil inter' section. linrollnicnl, non' is at i.tl27 tlciils. X tltlic-r students ntlcntiing stu- art- ironi Gilead School district has been provide hy Superintendent Clayton Dusek. On April 12 the voters of the M Gilead School District will he asked i go to the polls tor a special election t approve ei 6.5 mill operating levy. Loca lux relies are always computed in mill: Atitlitional school levies are presented i i f iw: - - , ,Q , h A I4 1 , U5 Special Ul9""""' "M" ""m""" "Nm W"--l-M f - - -- A A - me trolls, llespite itswide use, iew citizen gbawrlfioppeg me Clerk aut' ll ,mm itiiow that e. mill is one-tenth ol Jeanie Jgiggn, with the Boa rict. llellllq-. 5 Q A U 1 . .. . ,- , , : v -f 1 e- e Robin ltimes, that a special . Ioi Vgpilllile lllilllll-lllfrflllffll :"llltl310flUCE ill dayx .April 12 and 'onowiiig in ormation lafiou si mi .1 . Hrshmani usa placing 3 5.5 K,W,- mill pilocluccs 10 cents in tax income to rrison, Tei'cSa the people ol . ..-.- WU. every fgiltlll worth oi property it is levie 2, .loi'1f'illeaper, tyigfn ymr- P,-Og,-ams m wmcn an Opflnmg against. fi mill produces :il.O4J in tax ir "ml D""'cii5'ii"m', Tiglg, 5-'5,.1iH,Q f,'l!!"i.2 .1L'!g..L!.L'N, ft. ,,M.,m. Etc XULTCLHY -Haruki U1-Fi'UgJt:i'Ly ii. 1 , Eric -1'5f'GS1 p Cfmtgiiilqe game levi, . im r T, 1 K L.mrS,te,i 1 ,ogolil levied agziinst1.f9if7i 'induces 61.000 i :N11t1ii7iV.gt0'l 0 1 A f .' mp M..m,I,ii Q., m,gm, mmmm Halo.. 'tax income loi evcrv S million ol' mm llironeiiwett, 1 April Jizitiioiiy, r, Szarzlli Braid- his, Scott Urc- DeBf:1.'d, 'Fodtl iililie Cnndcc Bar- orth, Merrily el l-iirt, Shan- Drake. 'owle r, l-llgf ins, 5 all fQlLl JLA. 'I IJA bill.-UL ,V llilliils, lil LTA 113' LIIL- schools. according to school officials, The money raiscol by this levy will use-d to overcome the 130 thousand dol- lzn' deficit anticipated during the 1977 calendar year, and perinil the schools to mer-1 rising costs in the years ahead, A citizens committee is being formed at this time to help lcod the campaign. Su- perintendent Clayton Duselt has ofl'crcti in 1-nnnlr fn nv-uf Alvin rrf- nun ru- nl:-3-x ln na Miller, --- -1 W V'-i Y- A Adrienne ichercl, l ' Sears, ' Scott, K lleylor, E Jessica Logan, singela A gliminij T: Chtiiulo, l' order, lil' ft'C2ii1'lG1', 3F'itiier, 'ii tori is, Ni OiLy,.,liJ'1i 11 Eohigy ll-le 1 sirn Heed, ' Iilzlny lluhl, eiyior, A iderwood, Vaiters, 1 sf, 'tony isti sumFt L1 Element Mrs. lflru Barnett, rn Belles, Paul Beth ' Cooper, trissc licltard, Kirby Francis, Lori Laclvita, zn, Shannon Lorhig, Randy istion, Roxio le Morris, Jn, Mike Parit- Michelle Reed, at, Valerie Lanch' Snytic r, Donna Stevens, ifillen Wigton, Mrs. Evllnton, .r Alnnciii, Jclney Brewer, Joseph Butter- iarroll, Clar- avicl Compton, '1'i.Dean, Anis- jf Harris, Matt Creary. iraiohf Tvnnin llurinu the open house t-crciiioiiics, lliff puhlic will lic uhlc to tour thc huiltl- ing and lahorutorics :init meet with stu- ilrnts :intl teacher pcrsoiniel. All three of ihc legislzitors agreed that there was more than enough olsnic for every.-'one to shore ufiih respect to the gas shortage. Vim Di-leter cited a hill passed by thc stale lceislatuiie lest jfimr wliir-li rpfiiiii-st-rl t"nliiml'ii:1i fin: in imve Y . . , ...f ...-.Y sv: Y--1 -- W - - -- --V-11 -- me --, - s ..-.pk-51 1 1 W '1'lie cledication ol' the Tri-Rivers .loint X'o'alio al 'S 'io'-' --"" ic held "if 'f ' L ' . li- . t'l 1 - , l Noveiiilic -1. zi1iL2El Rlhir niony will lie followed hy an tipcn i-louse tioin .l ln p.m. to :mln pm llu-i public is invited. The dedication ceremony will oiliciul' ly coinmcmorate the completion ol' El 'project started many years ago to pro- vide etlttcnliiiiml opportunities to the youth and adults ol' this area including All. Gilczitl. t'ardiiii2toii-Lincoln. and ilishlend School districts in Morrow l'ouiitj1', Dr. Frank Wxiltcrs. Deputy Superin- tendent oi' Schools tor the State oi' tiliio. will deliver the lleciitzzittiifi' .-ltltiiw-ss. Specinl music hy the lisrciiiigg lligh Fiction! "Star lius1crs" will precede- the dedication. llfilliain Swiiiart directs this iiistiwiinciilal group. The River lizallev lliigh School liliisic tlotnpatiy will pix?- senl several vocal numbers mitlwziy through the ct-rciiioiiy. This group is directed bv Jenna Noble. STL 4 it is ieii d against.. i., uhout s3i11.1i1lU additional monej 11' .F ln lvit, Gilead, the 6.5 mills will prtl 1iii'-1f- '-fc ' li eac.. year. Although this tax will not bl collected in 1977. the schools may boi row this schools open in 1977. Pircsently, the Ml. huvc Et total operating hall' of the anticipated income c aciclitmnal levy. il it passes, to ltee' Gilead Schooll milluge ol' 19.2 " ' A , :7:,,fQ'age tor 'l'i'i-ltivers is 1.3 A 7 for our district oi 2'l.ll one mill remaining on th ldness lor the high schot ie 20 mills is theslowes 11 school district can lev ve state funds, it is ezis N Mt. Gilead Schools hav Viivest school taxes in th l' Sonic ot our area schoo as follows: 1 ll fi " 'A ne 11 Van Meter believes that n projected 551.5 E1itR:va.-inte is l" : .pE..:..i't.'- tin. .phools !fZRl expect little. il' tiny, :idditionel state 1 1 l iuiiding, aoovc the aniounts wliicn have olrcody liieen required by state mandat- ed progreinis coiicernitig clussrooni teacher salaries. and similar zneasiires, Loczil school. nllicials pointed out that the increase in state loundation funds in the governors hoclgtvt would be com- pletely used up as school boards coni- plied with state inandatcd programs. There appeared to he ti consensus opinion that the Inirtlcn ol' school l'innnc-- ing would continue to iell primarily on the tzixpnvers in the local districts. Attending the incoting were hozirti incmhers and Sllpt3l'lllti:'ilCititlll.S lroni tint'- dinglon-Lincoln. lfligiilzind, Fvll. Gilead and Norlhmoi' and irom the ll'ltlI'l'OVx-' County lioord oi' lildticntion. Nionc hail cause-to it-el hotter aliout the C:lllQl'Qj,-' or liiiancial situations ipllowiiig the incct- inc .. ,. l dividends in terms ol' getting our la: millsg Elgin, 28.3 mills l niillsg Ridgedale, 31 er Valley. 27.8 mills. school districts in Ohi illage up to and includiii Shaker Heights in Cuyz 'topping the list. at 57.3 of mills we vote locally 5 our local revenue. but affects the amount t :eive from the state t iula that is used to deter ch wc receive from th a factor to encourage th . p l .. . of education. This facto l liiii'ss 1 a bonus for any schoc district to levy more than the miniinuil 20 mills. ' 'Ai the present rate, each mill over 2 at the local level would bring in aboi 5514 per pupil. That means our addition: 6.5 mills would bring in S91 per pupil r over S1Ii0,0titi of state income with if increase in tor this "bonus money. Our local ellort. would pay gre: share of your state taxes. Unless we ii crease our local effort, .your state taxi will go to educate some other pupil i some other part of Ohio. ivlr. Edward Stcinwand has volunteei cd to serve as the treasurer for th campaign to pass the 6.5 mill schoi operating levy which will be presents at a special election on Tuesday, Apr 122. Contributions to the campaign can b made by sending donations to the lvl Gilead Citizens Committee in care c F' 1--H ---..,. -.,.- UAL D N"7"lTt' .. . .. L.,.Iu 1.1w11.111: 1-11111 LlC4SQf!'VU 1fx1x'aa Lnamis mx' fmluf' -3' 11' Elle .1-ll C:1leS:c1IImC114:olS has guns 10:12.x'a'IclII11v11r1!'1 --1:1 15115. 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Hilezui, Alf? 1'1'u1Tf lol' vhliilll liwlfl ""l'llAQ "lm 'fl 'il , Ifll Vmeg an gig V110 bcvizrcl discussed L1 l'lCl.'. 1.-.':'1'1'111 1.'111'4ii1'11,ilrm. and 2:5 irom I-ligi1lL1m1 wel-15 WSIS WV il HW? Ql lf f II S0m,iCC,SI .1119 lllfl' OH mf' USC Ol 9591005 lllilllllflkif 515- :e111r1'11l111u 1.112 111:11 VUCtlllOI1ill schmml east VPCEUESY flwff 'WY W-'ll-'7"" ll'l"'ll 'ull' 'H -11-1' -11--f-L V zivvziimexy say-1 A i., args federal 'funds for ni to be concluat-ai wrist' upnzzzumg um U ...,!:vt.U t.ii..:, ..,...,... they aitexnpted to cops with' energy shortages and impossible road condi- ine experience presents an auuiuuiiai problem should il become iiecessary io "molliball" the building inocause of lock they did in i975 and il' difficult lwOl'E?C?lSl local revenues for 1977 at tl' limo. but no signifiuniit 'iiic-mass is 6 ' - ' " 'mr' -- v -.- . tg,-, , ... A , genial' nifsfi mms' Weather 'soudlilmlb mm' 'mls Wftll oi' ons, accorclmg io Suinerintcnclent Ned .Ns-sled mo WEE Umm-O3'?Lf and -feral wglc 'J lilff flew 11.1-Off, .mm g,.i,00 Oi-fqciajg h .e been in.. . 'L ' V ' me Dmglaillv 15 iw f ii-,i-Q Lp V151 of 'cs will ip si-i ', X " ' ' ' U' bf ' " ' ' 1 , i . l ios in oorcuiil of llis Mt. 611101 ,. " r. - L., . i. .3 l u. X, 5. -.... w . if V - I ' ' L 1 .Q H W F Q... 4. H 1 h . with imssy !iol.- 5 , lx' IE 5 lil l L0 c lib- if ppioiiiitiiicszis .ne in i MG ' - , Vuiixi US impi qsilu? io uiulii ii... tn ll is iycatgc,-m.v of Q.:1l5,,ii, Ami w,l.ued be- . . . . .J . l sg! ' lx "vs ' bo ir: .Joni 4 .i V - Q 1 .. 'O' - F" " 5 ll "1 . 'li giagk L5 'f,01d'Q1f1l::1lw'i1'Q1f?f'iQ ' rlf'9lf','f'l Hi- H,L31'lf ' Ill lu, ilulltllilg so iiiui soznif mulil not H31 Wm. which mm board mg Mme CC 1 who hmm 091912, .ii?g:.zmsiriclsr oi mis wwf Mi--1 Y 'ft ' sl-,Zn 5f :HW if ,--L ,gf . I. i 4, e M i, 4 1 jx-,hug i ,- ,, Ly . fi 'u .. . ' ' - ' - ix 5' l ' 'l ' ' Pemfpmlffld folic? Siflbbijpr culmwfl 0 H I .-ilong r'.,1n', 0,53 . girls 1- , llwe mans fl Eli. Gilead Schot . -, .,, fi 3 z. i nuff: . ' f , , - Y. -- i . iidworh 'af - 1. k, ,.-. , . . Ohio Lbs Mi. Gilead Ercemnlstl Village are anions the lowest. in the slate mi. 1- ..,, i- . , work is unnerwziv this ivosli to con- . 1 . . - . . , . ' 1 all n..'kC LDA Jlip , .P V- . ,QV V5 X . .. fliali-if-1 ic umm-rmrfhimf 2 rslsl fimmclal miilv 1951 'lm' imfzil rirpm-gqligprig, 15 w fa iw-xl Donors vinicn-.fum useful lo - S mln M. Onlv U .Ch-UQ, 'Qing iwo liuilczings on ifrisrr'y ivirecl 2 1- U " hw! dumkm i TQ-Q in W., ang hover.-il yoais ago. ihcf coal liiti N 4 Rim thugs were oonvoriccl lo gas. "T llffgflfl Ijift tgmglkl id skills, The worlg is be-ii'1E, tions on oi Zz 'IL "li . SCM' 'lI'3,iIilFilfZ are-1 ai a lin:-2, mal-,ing ii possinls kv! Il'm"u'LT .mu fl r the ciiilcl will, sonic heal in the info lnfiliiing I lilbfmjl props? hsadbicss to learn iiis Q-iiiivsiwaioii. A' . ,. . '. Q , ,I ' . . ll WAV' ' The W- i-maid heme is C.0HEidw.m Q Ohio :ass sirnilai prohlcinis. ullinoiigii The Canceuamm of .isprmg vacaho SEISYGU is SBCOYH- usiiig liio lwrl ill-'iari-v file-ost buildings mam: Gt me MSDE? 'Ol U? Pmfllem was one ol' that main items of businf anisni. All ciiilcls- gm min :il 'liqiiw-ii in omni- ao 1-aiirx' on Cmend ?e5"0lm me 'ml-mdm'l'ff' 'Qi Wi zicioci noon the February special D ,. 1 ff-,,,,,. ' " ' " ' ' r ' '. Q + ' H, 1- -by --M ,.,. , 1- A, L-, . ' . 753l'lfQVi nm' llfblf i:l:i:f,sfis on ai Smit.-session lizisi ,. Tho- 5"-bmi! Qlfllfllf-Q 5Ell??Tl1lll?ULl2ill Uflfmll f,rllEHLl rloarcl oi lLC2LlCZll,l0lE meeting hi E:vAGlOiJaiL Llissrrrns limi. cwi,:mM,.i6eQmg3 WMM H,..,? .anion .'olici:.riiiiVJ.isl V tg? pemudw 23A U 1211 SYOSS Oi' ii -g,f,,553iiif e gghi,-iiilc cqlzissss. iv l i ii GF o iris pizza o. ms H The hoard acictl to change Frida Paoli! i hangriiiii ,a,ibdit11vtiw riunrilg Lit i .ii ea' roblemo' W. i S3 and Monciav. April ll to regui E.'s1iii.'ill"1l',-,W lscniiisiftrfiaiiom f-an be A QUOU? f1'0l'fl'G0V?mC'i and ' inSif2Lid Oi vacati ai .. Tl ""'1 Y ' i ' ' ' i ' " ' 'ij ' ' P 4 . 'A-1 fi .i --:ff :UH ' - v ' . ' , 1 sono - ..,-Afgmaxm, SPM Smsifmg ,MH DQ , oi Simi, Messag, . Ph problem is days' as llldlhcwllv Scnwuled. Tl -n -1 Wi ' ' ' ' " " ,1 4'-nu -i --,.- - as fn -, - Q., f r ' 2 - .C . i - ful' W 1 'N limi x Eiuliflllfl nv faiurlics Zlil'W iiziclsifwzii ii 'C " 'L' UT 3'LhO'i'a' 'mf' 'mi mc WK" hm 5'Ul1GdUlG' Clliillge 93895 all Mt- C415 a- Some fgavcy. wg .. l ', , -' . . c l f- in in His sl- vs' ol str e T--C1 ig C3 f 411- - ,. , t,i1..,,i ima ,wi .,,f..- ml iw,-,i 1? silk - 11- - I .3 5El1i.lf.ill,m in ,314 ss in ergaricn .not ioziqial. Axe? GT. -.Llluw .ith lui. :..il ....Ll -, html..- .l i.. I U.. Wav' rx LQ H Y but ' I A V h I . h h Slf11QCigfi,fi-w,ii.I.,Q i-'iiwrl Pf'ors3wi,czfi:ii', Cliurcli in Gilsnci - "N 1PiSil11'MUllui i 1 ll this time. the Tri-Rive "X 'i ' ' Q if iii iiiiiia ' EFVUIJUWYFE5 Pillilmff money for ' ui lo al ..i.if.L. out vacation remains unchai wifi be fjoim, :Ai , if :lif-1 sifiiip saessioix plan is sfjlonifsfi il jlQjU'dS eclgcfiivtforn fha-'fl mflr' sd. rip oiqaifii-af'-E1--iif' woiilfi riesxzli iii uuiisitiornbly Eiicrf2asCf.l 5151951-9 UOHQ Slslf- Solelmllw- f"i3F'fiG?' Pho board also heard ai presentai ii! ' .ITIr1If.Qf'5 -i w'wf'fii'u1 if Wiiszsliz. lmfll-915' 60,70 01 me Erlaws Sl!-llpllrl QF bv Lar"" Furniss liivli school guidar ...nu nooili im ii-so L fi L-, 111- - -ws H - . -, ,, , A ,, , ,,. .,, , - W . . i ra . .15 we gig- iiitiliinrid, Sllbfi ill it"ni gre, 9: lllim' and 1 lion 'HJ' eil rCl'5'f'n-S5 Ci msol if 21 cl snow ary curriculum. .i - :H .. . -. i., V: -f il ll ,V 1' G ls- l Ml H ' 5 i: liuziii ' oil 'fini ' high school sch sireiciiigoz i,oi.ig,"-V iii..i iit.. 1. li-inch 1 i i..l,is..t. Q. 6 .. F w 4 . 1 N 1 - is 1 1 L' following cioztsi il'liiii'sf.ia, lliiiiii oi ini! wot? t it' '-l"t"l?1 jiofdi.-" W9 ' Jeb ' 511' GM' in U mg f0If Wifil WHY :md lJl3flll9d'Cl'131ll 7 . . , .M ,.,,ti- .,. mm . ., . ,W , - V , ies arc fisffn--'Cyan rogirl 4.-iiuirfiiirisisg osrinii. flfliicirils at liic MCG in Q1:mmf'mlf'5 .mam im L"?.'5' 'ul iii course oifpilflgf bil U19 lllgh Schf " ' . . ', . , , 4: f - 'img xg Q3 k A wq' - :H . Y., ., , is c gijiipiit ligifi nm' gif-ing-niigicci on . is--grim' ' '31 3'-d dll' m--'lj-all -'Um' ,Q lflis iiiessul. limi xvmas- iollowcd by hado:-riJs:'iLonf.2e ':.'l':e1i fir, sEi1.i:,iiioH1 ta J .U lijculfr ' Km I ,Jimi high School Su - ' " h A 'fi - ... - 1 - ' ' 1 ' ' -- -ix 'E "i1,"' ! 1 :Y J ' ' . . IP' "r, X v 1 i. i rrciiziixig :zz Inu - 'vig my siyiiooi niio Aiuziiiif liigiii -'51-J" . ,,i'im'i""5g 'jj 'QE Herr fl ina nseos foi ills mfr-i3 school yeai. Iiiiilfiiris.-4 rx' Snwfri nrt: licaiofi bv nas. Slfaitefl 111 l-mb 'WML 011011511 3 'Part-M' Mr, ifurniss also uidicaled that l .. i f N A L. L , b i?'5lJ?lIi'3lf-'fill lfmilici -'.il:i will no :ics-mflsil in C he 521lTlCf nllml i I N iiii"iri" liiiilgli, .X :ii t'lius'i.3i'i'ille V5 Uexl? Year Ul'Q'i?f5 "Q 'wig1i'i." ', wliirgi' ro boil: hrrnls ,, JL fl100lE1lll'l0j0 iiltlrcn do Email' MQQH 3 i ha ul it Hsin lf 33323.56 Lalg . , im-,.iz i1f.l.,,.w.qw,Q. fijgi ' llf ii K' Ixillicif u..'.'i3i,.' Q I official busme -WH-f N we . ' . .ri-mi t . Wan, mi- :www-p-fl ,,, l . ,W ,, ,' , .- ie superintend 1:--5.1. -'sw -- ikiilbi 1 .llif Ui? ' 1-11. tZiLli:wQHJitt1.lO .., , 4 - 14+ rasifl 'fo C'lD5iiI'?'Li ici: Rfk ,m5,,x, H,,D.,mig.d Udfff UT 59 ffcs ritissm 5.,f ,. Q,i,QiQ,.ig,QT.s ifnffiie- if 395 Wm will 'en will he tligi-iiifgf mf wif? li' A i'i"'QL" H " IBS, Providing' Dllj"SI.C:ZilF1C5ii'sfl'fl'.C3I ,, , f:"i",' -'if' L' ,. wUp'Y"l,'E as already esf - , 4- , ...f,,.. , ' ,io F-insr. 'io on lusstlzlv site ops. l, 1o.,iii1ii..gi.o f, . ., , 3, -,-, - . ' ?""i1i9'!-V Ji- "' I' ,"' 'i 7 4 . walls inra: - stay 'Url' g H Hf""l ljfgff ho alle-:nfl thi lm U3 jump 1 fl lf i':i.1:-ijilw tins. Woof: lllliilzsfi ani. lu men report 555315553 ghggimi,-ei silo-.-.' oi' or i' closcs Yililtllfi. N results bf t gm gl-QM-- K F ollo'-vi 1 ii insuring with liolu HRX. I yy al fliiqiijgg f- ' oliiwml Tuosclng nwriiing: M- 5, Q ith discussion gif- fi' limi- fi lun ,. ,li,w.f:Q:s1 that it, will bo riocressaz f,ifRi'.Effi1 1 Ftp, fl, i..ii.i infiu ,V-KU, ,M,F,.M, , , J. V, levy Campal :lg over 'liao iiiiiliizfx mi oem lin' finrclington-l.,iiicolii school ,Q :-Q9?fff"-i',7?-' 2, I Mi' N-Q. Yi ocial Nelccll objects'wliiloiifalli an craig period brgiixiiirig next E Q 359' ' ' i., " ' l .D 415. F i 7, Udcsihcr uozitiiiioris cle? g'f'f,: N. ,,, MM, , I "' ,l 13915: if ifltiivieilfml the EFI" on woulas will m'obalilj.f ii,..f,-5" u. fig.-,'-Txggs.. 4 -' -' Q IS DNWGSH .L H-mslllg il? TUOYV min-.1 if loua llii: schools wi -f ' 7" ., ,omient Clay' ,I L H' - ' y- '- I 1 I 4--J j ' K, 1,m:.w rl-i-,'.,-H 1 .. . . is hoof to iw clinsriy 1-mg'f:ui'ri1ii51 io the 5lll?9E'lillGl'f"Q if . ' W. Columbia C A 1 M lily siiifrfatriii iiimi' lic oxpccis thx -"5 ' x ,' 1 - Q" , - 'lil l.0V91S fOI' wi 'fiiluopi EMM closing rarriiil wi" he ri niininiuzn i1F'1.'.l N 'L' "' 'Q' A will be fill? crabwalif, elephant . one and Igt, is, wa llc bs CH ids, 355 .- ' , he followins .rf- 9 toucbosg 5, Fl. 'ont anti L. 3, srl, bicr 'L Y legs iodiief. V ,sflsllj-35,1 ho Want informaf' ig program or observe ons of the ms are requested fritlon re-Quest to , Cooiflinalm' of the f-mm at fflmrrv R.. Y. i 4 li . . ,V l 3.7Ofgallou. 39.!3f77,g Auloinotivo lfnsoluiee, rmm U53 Dm-Cm-H Cuymiilngnb to 50 Q Ui" 'isis Qi' No"ihi:'iiiir hail noi - . mi- im 511052 my mmm, . With the natural gas shortago forcing the Mount ,mms has b, SC- is w,i,i 5,2 hm lm V,-E,dnC, Gilead Schools to close, the decision was made to re- se clue to 1 . ,gf was iiififiu iii sus furbish the coal fired boilers in the Junior High. School lr fl'iQfHigfQf1 wffllwl' ffllmullil Maintenance Supervisor Bob jones and heating contrac- '7':S..Z:. G , 'f' '.l.NSQ.,. . , " i 1 " fn C " l" 'w'W C li tor Gene Lust fseatedh Watch as one of the boilers builds su I-iliwns mfrmii. Noi'tlu'nor inland! -tile mi Wednesday. Thursday .U up Steam for the first time in T113-HY Years- I :fy oi this xvo-es. Decisions l'CQ2ll'Clil'lfl next week will lic made lzslier liiis week. A lirozen water lino :ii iho Iberia huilrlingg last weekend caused rninor clanieigc before the leak was repaircd. fv1i.n.,m,.:i-sis fn nm hiiilrlino limi lwoli nior high, s. can be tra il and nom to resume d through l ----v-'---' - f -V U, M, .,,,..t,.,,. year," Dug Avsitigo. iu,1:,nc1sLiniaiie-ci 11176 yrf:irij.' Said 'puesdgyl 2U'0!'HS9- 111 1- tl"'li lPlV1'2flfif'- result of this information' ,A rw-1.1.4 C .,,j',V,yf,,,x.,!, 'I-A -I-1 i V h -Mi. mltati Silzooll. istciifsi. .3 otzinbiil studemh bhould l.E,pOl.t m their resp less money lroin sialic sources in will tive buildinfyg on Moudav February 91 than they did in IUYEB fun? will ivsizfvlxfc no when 6535455 Wm resdlhe ag imma increaso in stain mouiss in 15177. liiiisorl Efform M Combwe ag much gigs as p . . , in -. . .. 1 . 'rt Board Gf Education 1 5 ,W 1 inn n f, 1 BOA.RD OF EDUCATION: Robert Willeke, Mrs. Mary Jean Hickson, Mrs. Rosemary Brown, Vice President Don Bachelder, President Rlchard T. Myers, Clerk Robert Gladden. --, From one president to another. Rich- ard T. Myers, President of the Mount Gilead Board of Education, hands Rebecca West, President of the Class of 1977, her diploma. 1' g rl dministration Overcomes Numerous Problems Clayton Dusek Superintendent For members of the Mount Gilead Board of Educa- tion, the Administration, and the Teaching Staff, the 1976-77 school year was a memorable one. The year contained many challenges, difficult decisions, and many successes. With the leadership of superintendent Clayton Dusek and his administrative staff and the sup- port of the Mount Gilead School Staff, the Board of Edu- cation Was able to overcome the problems of school closings because of bad Weather and the energy crisis. The Mount Gilead Schools were also successful in passing a school operating levy. Many hours of Work and thought went into making this a year to remember. fi i tr 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dusek and daughter attend the Festival of the Arts. Mrs. Maxine Ashbrook, Mr. Dusek's secretary mimeographs Assistant secretary Mrs. Grace Shaffer prepares the newsletter the school newsletter. for mailing to parents. 5 , Tyr f 5, . cg A f"i3Q-45 an qu iw ,, xxx ' Y V' "-.X K. uf Principal Joe Griffith's day includes time at his desk to com- plete necessary paper Work. Assistant Principal and Athletic Director Anthony Billick checks on the condition of the baseball diamond before a home game. H Mrs. Virginia Meyer explains the vocational testing program to high school students. Mrs. Meyer is also junior high gui- dance counselor. At the Awards Assembly, Guidance Counselor Larry Furniss congratulates Pat Jackson on being selected Most Improved Junior. ABOVE: Mrs. Roxarma Fry, the high school boolfkeeper, col- lects fees from a student. RIGHT: Mt. Gilead Hi h School secretary Mrs. Eileen I-Iart S prepares to mimeograph materials. 6 1.2 1 9?-f VM 2 Sie Mrs. Donna Jackson explains a grammar rule to her Spanish I class. 4 Mrs. Dorothea Barry is head of the English Department and teaches Junior and Senior English classes. Mrs. Suzanne Beck teaches Bookkeeping, Basic Math, and Personal Typing. Miss Michelle Baker teaches Freshman, Sophomore, and Jun- ior English classes. Speech teacher Dave Hammond works with the technical crew in constructing props for "Charlie Brown". Mrs. Nancy Kennedy corrects papers from one of her several typing classes. 7 Mr. Dale Brown teaches Geometry and Math IV. I-Ie uses a variety of geometric puzzles in class Work. Jackie Curts and Mr. Paul Bren-nigan score American History final exams. Mr. John Games uses an Atomic Orbital Chart to explain a point in a physics class. 8 I i Mr. Virgil Staley peels potatoes at the faculty Christmas breakfast. He teaches General Math and Algebra. E, Mr. James Miller video records many evening TV programs for use in social studies classes. -5 , , a, - 5:e,'..- - 'v - , . - . - - V. l35Qff',T" '.71ilV3ff' "fF57Tf R-QQQ5.. L .xv ff wif. V - 'A ,f a I 'i3:'ff'f. ' . - -- , H 1 , i Q: X - . If C v , 'G ef. p ... N' I XYZ-F,-I, Mr. John Quinn gives pointers to Pat Jackson and Mark Craven on how to play a simulation game used in foreign policy classes. . . C, .. X ,ri fm. TTXH X XX XX X I X SX! I XXX ll fx 5,, 'A 'Xl' 'N I H gy " rf' XX. , B QW X X! We X111 i i W 7 l 'H' J-T' . ' 3' .gf .41 1 ' JW" " ' WF. s M f gov wi 1 ' , LV", 1,1 F az Ron Thill helps Greg Craven, James Hernandez, and Eric Health and physical education teacher Dale Creamer talks to dissect 3. hog in Biology, One of tl'1B l'1B2.1tl'1 clases. Coach jill Montrosewatches the girls' basketball team prac- At the Festival of the Arts, Jo Gerhardt loolfs at one of the tice. Mrs. Montrose teaches girls' health and phys. ed. many displays of her students' art work. 2 X, ll!lljr,U 41.11- Media Specialist Sherry Sidaway helps some students find Co-ordinator Forrest Byron visits with Mr. and Mrs. Mike reference materials in the EMC. Gists at a DECA work station at the Foxy Lady. 9 Vocational Agriculture teacher Don Galleher and FFA mem- bers serve the banquet for FHA -I-IERO. Mr. Harold Williams and Mrs. school custodians. Shirley McElroy are high Mrs. lois Robinson and Mrs. Mary Williams prepare food in the central kitchen. 10 Mrs. Carol Sarr presents Lesa Foster the Award of Distinction for outstanding service in FHA-HERO. Mrs. Sarr and Mis. Sherrie Hauenstein are in charge of the Home Economics program. Mr. Merrill Brucker shows Dennis Shipman how to clean a part in small engine repair in shop class. f i 2 COOKS: FRONT ROW: Helma Dilsaver, Vernie Richards, Lois Robinson, Donothy Jennings. 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V .Sw I1 '1".i?ii' f .nm M- -J -I' -' . b- - .. . . . .,. . 'd'le1i1':.'Ho.Ltz'ey. Gifngc' LnauL.L-Q 1.-.ssh use ...1.,-1. ff, ' ' U ki' L'l"'G'h .gf C0..f..,9 mdqy J L J ifsd DW pls... LO amend ul' ' "' ' ' ' ' ' ' , ' ' 5--"hx ' 'Z-fu +-.fam .--...'I,-Y...., . , . , . K. IOR lass 19 6 ".v. . 1 w , I , 7 - ' S Jf'7 47- A. . . X V 'X' - W I , Q 1, -. 'Q 1 J I! REBECCA WEST CA RLENE BA ER KATHY I-IOBSON SHARON WIGTON PRESIDENT VICE PRES IDENT SEC RETA RY 'TREA SURER I H 415 ! N ,, Nw.. "i ' I. ' - f 'W ' " EQ 'lx 'N 5 Q ft lv. my 5 MARY IO ADAMS KIM ANDERSON KENT BAKER TERESA BARNETT RICK BENDING W T - A .Aff31iiE1Y?-axial gui- 'JT lArew Ff'fT 'T W 7, M A. ' E mf. Ne! if A R A H . J N-.,f, LINDA BOWEN 'iii' 'S B X. AX IANLES BRUCKER KA REN CA MPBELL ,Q" 1 DEBRA BENEDICT BILL BLANKENSHIP CHEREL BOOTH EUGENE BRADY CINDY BRIDGE TAMI BROOKS .fax '. 1 IH", . gm'-' WE:-H BRET BUSH I RAY BYRD JOHN CAMPBELL Ei w 1 TERRY CA RR ELMIER CASTLE LISA CHERRINGTON 13 DAN CLARK I O VICKI COOPER CINDY FARRIS W Y ff I f, xlibs li 17 KEVIN GATTSI-IA LI. SUZI COLDWELL TIM COVER JEFF FISHER I KIM GOMPF i ff: I ' 5 vrcxns COMPTON I I JERRY COOPER JEFF Dlx FAITH EVANS MIKE FITZGERALD KIM FIX RiI ggi 1 PHIL GORDON GLORIA GRAHAM I ! f t 1 SA NDRA G RAHA M DEANA GRIFFEY HOWA RD GUIHER JEFF HARPER MELODY I-IARTMAN TIM HAWK YI f . n ,Alf xi 'HH' V , 1 M I , , LW I 'ix' ' F E , -, w. ,'L', I 1' ,--.,, TERRY HELMAN CHRIS HERSHNER CHRIS HOLTREY BETH HOUT RICHARD HUDGEL GINA HUGHES .4 YY, ...,,x MICHELLE I-IA RMAN Nw m,,, DAN HAYES 0'-J EDDIE I-IOL'I'REY .-fr I if IO ELLEN HULL 1 5 LEISA IRONS DEBBIE KNIGHT MARY BETH LONG BRUCE MATSON KEITH IRWIN LORI KEITH ROSCO KUENZER DIANE LA CIVITA FREDA LONG RUTH LONG .4 ' 'K I ,N w,vN IHA '- , 1 . . .l x, -x I 1 I xA STEVE MAY KEITH MCLAIN JEFF KOON CHERYL LEWIS CA REN MA CHEN IA CK MCELROY .:. Q1 1 ,, DENISE MICHAL H BRIAN MOORE PAULA MOORE . .' fi.:-1 , y I 17: 231, I H51-ig W I ,G h V E I , a I Q' 9 JULIE MULVAINE JANE MYERS DONNA MYNI-IIER STEVE NEWSON KERRY OSBORN CANDY PATTERSON if AAMRM . I AAAN JOHN PIERCE ED POWELL TERRY REDICK X 'N LEE MULLENNIX CHERYL NESBITT KATHI PHILBROOK wx 'ew' IEFF RICI-IA RDSON 17 A 3 if ft R I, N, AQ H I , . J ,, Ii: V fl At . I ,N A , "f,?'i. JENNIFER RIZOR DELLA SAYLOR MIKE SEBRING EDDIE SCRIBNER JOE SCRIBNER DEE DEE SHAW DEBBIE SHOAF STAN SIPE M- af' TAMT STANSBERY JAMES STUMP DIANE STYER ROBBIE SUTHERLAND LU ANNE TAYLOR SARA THA RP MA RK THOMAS JEFF TOT-BERT 1 , i GENE WADDELL PHIL WARD JANE WELLING KATHY WENGER '-:ft V -mf GLENN WEST LESA WESTBROOK COLLEEN WHIPPLE RICHARD WIEHE RON WILLIAMS JOYCE WILSON IN MEMORIA M I-IA ROLD WI-IIPPLE Ii iff? ,, , TINA WILSON 5 x x . . rm!! m v 1 Hush, gb Mr. Quinn's government classes held mock elections to de- termine the student body's choice in the national elections. Steve Newson monitors the elections as Tami Stansbery votes. Vickie Compton receives the applause of her classmates as she receives her diploma. Mr. Compton escorts his daughter. 20 Senior boys get together for a last time as they wait to line up for graduation. In advanced metal worldng class, Richard Wiehe bores a hole in a casting for his metal lathe he is making as a project. Caren Machen and Tami Brooks browse through the paper back section at the book fair. Senator Titus Savage fBill Blanlcenshipy states, "Oh, you must be proud indeed to see the name of Savage held up to ridicule again. " if Dan Hayes and Mike Fitzgerald conduct a mechanical advan- tage experiment in Physics class. 1 The Harper Coverup! Jeff Harper shows Junior Dave Doran how frosting covers up the holes after the cake stuck to the pan. Mr. Keith Coffield of North Central Surveying shows students of the Physics and 4th Year Math classes how the transit and trigonometry are used in land survey. jane Welling looks through the transit. 21 Class Of 1977 FRONT ROW: Suzi Coldwell, Vickie Compton, Faith Evans, Teresa Barnett, Tami Brooks, Gina Hughes, Sandy Graham, Tina Wilson, Jennifer Rizor, Linda Bowen, Leisa Irons, Debbie Shoaf, Ruth Long, Debra Benedict, Caren Machen, Sharon Wigton, Carlene Baer, Kathy Wenger, Tami Stansbery, Candy Patterson, Kim Anderson. ROW 2: David Prater, Bill Blankenship, Ray Byrd, Vicki Cooper, Terry Carr, Diane Lacivita, Gloria Graham, Diana Harris, Kim Fix, Jane Welling, Cindy Bridge, Deana Griffey, Lisa Cherrington, Cindy Farris, Diane Styer, Mary Jo Adams, Jane Myers, Freda Long, Becky West, Kim Gompf, Cherel Booth, Paula Moore, Debbie Knight, Melody Hartman, Lori Keith, Mark Thomas, Eddie Scribner. ROW 3: Rick Mounts, Gene Brady, Ron Chase, Steve Damron, Julie Mulvaine, LuAn.ne Taylor, Cheryl Mulvaine Ireland, Mary Beth Long, Jo Ellen Hull, Kathi Philbrook, Cheryl Nesbitt, Ramona Branham, Karen Campbell, Michelle Harmon, Denise Michal, DeeDee Shaw, Lesa Westbrook, Kathy Hobson, Beth Hout, Della Saylor, Joyce Wilson, Sara Tharp, Colleen Whipple, Cheryl Lewis, Joe Scribner, James Fife, Jeff Koon. ROW 4: JeH Tolbert, Chris Holtrey, Jack McElroy, Phil Gordon, Carl Holt, Jerry Cooper, Jeff Harper, Terry Redick, Dan Clark, Bret Bush, Chris Hershner, Mike Fitzgerald, Howard Guiher, Tim Hawk, Steve May, Keith Irwin, Phil Ward, Rob Sutherland, Tim Cover, Brian Moore, Rosco Kuenzer, Kevin Gattshall, Bruce Matson, Jim Stump. BACK ROW: Richard I-Iudgel, John Pierce, Jim Brucker, Jeff Fisher, Mike Sebring, Rick Bending, Jeff Richardson, Stan Sipe, Richard Wiehe, Dan Hayes, Lee Mullennix, Kent Baker, Kerry Osborn, Keith McLain, Gene Waddell, Mike Kyle, Terry Helman, Steve Newson, Ron Williams, John Campbell, Jeff Dix, Paul Hunter, Scott Barnett, Elmer Castle. 'X I 1 f fl? 'Ml 5' X , . ff ', ' W79, ' ln. 1 gmt' w Mn' ' , , W g . ,, ,uk .. . ,in ' 1' Class 19 8 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: L R FRONT Judy Barker- -T reasurer, Lesa Foster Pres1dent, Cindi Chibis Sec retary BACK: Vincent Brown- V1ce Karen Bachelder Suzanne Bardo Judy Barker Nancy Beltz Dan Bending Brian Bishop Friiz Blankenship Robin Bowexsmit Randy Braden Tim Brady Tony Brake Matthew Brammer Mike Brown Vincent Brown Jeff Burnside Doug Burton if .-uf, Judy Butterfield Becky Cass h --T' p I X ' 1. Tlff? R ,a y ', i ' XXX Alice Chapman V Kathy Chaligman ff 'W' -' ' C1nd1Chib1s - I ,Q 'lg J. XX Bill Conaway av ,Azl X- ., ,gif l 3 r Brenda Cooper A ,jj Carla Curts M iiir XX ' ' ' QEL. ........ i x..-4 :lik lu. I " ,a , W I ,' 94511 Jim Davis ', , - X: '5 - gf I IX Dave Doran ' 0' - 1' X ca Don Dudley NK :A yu --5 l Dennis Dumbaugh ' ' H4 1 X Sandra Estep H :XX Willard Fissell w A U V i' -1 M' Ji'-gi' , f 'si' A"AQ1fff3 nh ' ,v ,IT PE: The Homecoming Float Contest was won by the Junior Class Cindi McQuistion, Judy Barker, Lesa Foster, and Diane Mc enfry- Peek admire their new class rings. .4 pl 3- 'Q 2 A u y , . X .f if-5 1 Q JY Lesa Foster ,, , Q 3,2 4. Linda compf 'If "' A ' 'rm T ' 1 John Graham V 7 X -T.-:P X ' Libby Graham N , . , 1 , af K Rick Gullett 1' Nil V , Aff N ' Q Bryan Halt X X ,X XX A ' Patricia Hamsher Garry Harman Chris I-Iarritos Ez rf- X, Marvin Hartman -"' -J. Perry Hatfield C ii -ro" M'-,far Nf- ,XXXXXXX Jesse Hawk X .4. X1 - W., , IV' 5 1 5 1 iq ' y 19- , W 7 K Hgh I , 1 pa. ,W , Xr ' -. 1 QX nu IV by A .,. O L , ,XXX Y T . . ,X ,,.. , ,X 1 X X' H" . X N X ' ,WX ,X n " , ' ,XXEQ Karen Hawk ' X A ,K V ' ' , 1 12 " ' ' . Clayton I-Ietrick ca 'D 5' i " " lfif -'F 1 ll ' Tom Hiclfson Q ' l , -.AX ' aj A , .-,Y Bruce Hildebrand X 1,1 -, ' YQ , - , 'ff Duane Hoffman X XX ,, ., I 3- X? X James Hornbeck 1 X-: Q A . X, 'Ni ' 71 i,-1-Wi, QETN ' DIL? if ---' ... ilu , IQ 'il 25 Eigiii f' Grant Hout Dale Howard Ken Hughes Lue Ann Hunter Mark Ireland Pat Jackson Donald Jones Jackie Jones Susie Jordan Jerry Justice David Knechtly David Knipp Renee Lackey John Lee Charmaine Levering Candy Lewis Mark Lewis Patty' Lewis Dave Long Ralph Lyons Julie Maher Scott Martin Bonnie Masterson Phil McChesney Mary McElroy Diane McPeek Cindy McQuistion Charles Miller Les Morgan William Mullins Kenneth Murphy Robin Murphy Sunny Murphy Gerry Myers Brenda Nance Rocky Nelson Donald Ohde Kent Osborn Colleen O'Sullivan Ron Poland Mark Pope Kay Powell Donna Reed Michelle Richard Dave Rizor jane Robinson Mark Robinson Mary Rodman , 0 1 n :'f,'2'iT , ' -4 nity, ' :f'f:-'rcs -i ,. af. Ll- . 'ifflf ' 1. ' ' ' 5 WM :"z.'-5231572-f27 4? Ri 5 on. 'cgi' 'ia . F , HY. . Z W , l fs A 1 , T 1,. gn , ' -L : V ll, if Av. -' " . -. 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A V A I- V I 2' Aga ' 'J H 1 H5 fl X' C ' A t. xl' 5, ag ,A if a 1 is il nz fy: i 1 ' f, ' 1 ' 'sq N- v .-Vx x 1, d J ' X , 1 VW , n Q, f ' 1. , I L Q Patty fCarla Curtsj trys to persuade Snoopy fCindi Chibisj to go rabbit hunting. , n Patty Hamsher puts a label on Cindi Chibis for an expenment in psychology class. I U, , Y fre FF , 3 , ,. 1. K ., ' ., ' 3.-'I ' 14" .V u V, , Q B wr f . 5 l.. U -,- ' " W H, .,.. I rf th. Lv l , , ' .l 1.7, , f MXN I 4 Q . X' .z' V I mf i , ' 1 WJ, Liam , . M W ,Y , ., 1 I . Qi:-.. 4 ' hw ,K' u,' .1 "S-'X 'Q' , 1 .. ,,..',' W 5.1 'Vu H Q' Y F- x N Y F, X " , ll ' "X , ' ' 3 . 2 '. . ' A 1 A, . Ay l 1 M .- if 1 .- A "L mf ..' F ,w fiJli':' , I .D H Q ' ' A !'w i "QNX ' -. ' ' J 1 " ?v, I: Q! ll ,4,' W 'A Y X: ' A CMD Q1 V J fa, D ' :rm il. m y Mi? f l fa gg 11 V ..'-,tim-gr 'lid Q I , N 0 A i t VJ Y -ll Lx-'lg-4-5' 4 ix" li Susie Williams 9 Wes Williams Mike .Wilson it y 5 'S' E 3 '51 X 5 A .Ili 'Y Q in V Q: 5 L KX 1 0 ',L y s, ' K :N X' f,, .' -lltjjljfl, l b! n V 1 fiflltii as T aw fy ,W Bryan Rogers Patty Sheets Doug Sipe Vickie Slane Laurie Smith Lyn Smith Michael Spencer Vesta Stevens Jeff Sweeney Kathy Tackett Elizabeth Taylor jeff Taylor Becky Thomas Mike Thomas julie Todd Jennifer Turner Tracy Vail Danny Vogelsang S andy Warner Mike Watts Terry Wellman Raymond Wells Shelley Wells Lee West 7' VM ' F,frn.- -. L-R: Jeff Sweeney, Les Morgan, Mark Robinson, and Brian Bishop put up the castle wall for the Prom. --.1-Q .Z fa--1-x"j7'l "' f B . ER ABOVE: Michelle Richards cuts glass for a stained glass project. RIGHT: Linda Phillips, who is enrolled in the Executive Sec- retary Program at Tri-Rivers, works at her training station. 28 l Mr. Hammond explains the principles of technical work to th cast and crew of the Mousetrap. I 1:1 H E. I L e Q .PA In Independent Living class, Gerry Myers and Dave Risor cook the icing for their Banana Spice Cake. 6 OPHO ORE Class 199 SOPI-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS I, R SEATED: Connie Hedrick Secreta Cindy Cover--Treasurer, Coleen Barker Vice President. STANDING Rhonda Sutherland- -President . Marlene Adams Jim A mes Lannie Baer Coleen Barker Marshall Barnett Ion Benedict Connie Bowersmith Carol Brey Becky Byrd Luane Campbell Mitzi Caroll David Castle Ron Conant Brian Cossin Cindy Cover Mark Craven Chris Curtis 'T Jackie Curts Ion Davis Jo Ann Day Bert Dial Sherry Dix Don Dixon Brad Doran Nina Edwards Kevin Evans Mark Evans A denna Everhart Lori Farris Juli Fisher Jon Fraizer Darren F ricke Cindy G andee Tommy G eorge Rosemarie George Donna Gray Julie Gress Ruth Gullett T ami I-Iackworth Jeff Harm an Mark Harris V I -fel In Biology, Carol Brey and Kim Kipp dissect a frog. After rebuilding a small gasoline engine, Tracy Hedrick 'QM . , If reassembles his project. l! 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' 1 A w ,L . .wc A W .1 'x i 1. , f , Jim Ames does the hand-tooling on a leather crafting project in industrial arts. 5 lf' 1 y , My iff' 1 I l , I H' I ' Hr xl, is Barb Harritos Vincent Hauck Connie Hedrick Tracy Hedrick Randy Holt Mike I-loltrey Terry Holtrey Sandy Hopkins Keith Ireland Allana Irons Rhonda Irons Jean Jones Brian Kemp Kim Kipp Patty LaRoche Debbie Lee David Levings Debbie Lewis Rick Lewis Kim Little Richard Lyle Charlotte Lyons Peggy Lyons Kenneth Mason '15 " '. "ffl , P1 Students have a choice of many projects in art classes. Mitzi Caroll does latch hook weaving. 31 Daniel May Sean McCauley Kelly McClelland Don McNamee Teresa Merriman Kathy Meyer Gaylene Michal X Steve Miller I 3 Jody Moore N' Carl Mynhier Laura Nesbitt X J V . J l Chris Osborne Iv f . .milf 19' ,. If t L,. . 3 J 1 V if ABOVE.: As a money-making project, Sophomores sold potato chips. Sean McCauley picks up his order of chips. RIGHT: Jeff Harman goes up for a rebound. 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Rhonda Sutherland 4 Licia Taylor ' Rhonda Thill 'LP' H Kim Thompson V ' - Randy Tolbert . i -' J J A 5, ,-J yr T y Y ' p Ellen Torrey f w -F-.iv ,f Lisa Tinch .2 I f ' I 1 1 f- X Ol E' U IM 4.-fr' N , ki Tammy Varner . '- V 'N ju Roger Wellman Dennis West Bryan White Carol Wigton Mark Wilcox fl W fa ' ' Ei 33 'I T FRESH Class 1980 FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: L-R: FRONT: Bernie Butterfield--President, Shawn Thomas --Vice President, BA CK: Becky Guiher-- Treasurer, Brenda Trumbo--Secretary. Tom Adams Kim Augenstein Sally Bane Dale Barnett Joseph Bartley Brad Beach Linda Belbot Tom Belcher Dale Bowersmith Dan Braden Tim Brake John Brey Lonnie Brown Lou Anne Brown Mike Buchanan Steve Burnside Bernie Butterfield Peggy Carr 34 B llyii A ly "fi . , ig, al! X l m 'As AN KJ. -sq' x X KM Zz ai A r. 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V Wai" .V f ,A Valerie Taylor ",fqQi, A ' N' i Ki, s Vi V .. ,x 4-X il., " Roxie Trimmer "" N -E ' W -. 35. 11 "ff, 5. "t V ,N Ianae Tschudi ' 9 ,fl V T' , i, , ' Y , Z--.S A WV! V. X bf 4 . Q - '.-. :L-4if.v:a l if -if l n -.-ff . 1 .A A 5' N A H ' ' , 2 ' 1 1 ifji-. - 1- A Patti' Underwood 1 I X ' Y ' V Tracy Wagers 1, an D V K A tl' '5 1' T "ff: T ,E 'qi 4 ' lora Wallace .I so V1 V ,i 4- - VZVV -fsvfr, -, - VF , 1 , Cray Warner if f s- i' ,gf if ,,,a -F, .4 nm Wellman V F U V VV 1 . rt V' Larry Westbrook 4 P 1, - y ' H T ,i -"W" X ,W-T J " -Q f Gayla Whipple - an ' A . 1 :H n - fm- .fn A y S A "Fg ff .f',f . 9- iiirllw .fr ijt,-5 I X -jifi f"1.,V'iV . Z ' 'Q""?71,1Zj5,, David Wiehe Susanwiaon , J 'wg c te W T Melissa Wim , y- Vw., A , pl, Q -31 ,f K., fig Scott Wilcox 5 I .5 if 5, , ng . 1- T -- David wiueke A: -1, T' 4 ' V . ly, V T V Scott Williamson :ff r- 'I if If-Q N ' 1 fy , . " Shane Wolford X 'i . J . ,C . t'-- f-- J riff 'f i ' L l A' ' ,f"4". N 7.5 1 ' " V G Er . 'H I Sapa Wood ' 'fi j-Q 0? L A D, ,V IU. ia Wright T A ' up Matthew Wright It N 'il 'U 'V T"-f ' A' 15V ,fi V' Carmen Yake g , ,V , r -V -V.l,i.J, lx V V I 'T I 5 ' W ' f 1 u f. 1 V A A Q , COMPUTER DANCE COURT: FRONT ROW: Sara Wood, Tracy Wagers, Queen Ianae Tschudi, Robin Meyer, Tonya Bland. BACK ROW: Scott Wilcox, Lee Rizor, Scott Williamson, Mike Smith, Jim Everhart. - As part of the social activities in the junior High, the student council sponsors several dances. This year after the Christ mas Dance, had Weather and the energy crisis forced the cancellation of the Valentine Dance and the postponement of the Computer Dance until Warm Weather. When the Computer Dance was held on April 29th, a royal court was selected from eighth graders to reign over the event. 43 Woody Augenstein Dan Barker Melissa Bartley Brian Baughman Michael Beltz Jodi Benson Kim Blue Michelle Bogard John Bowersmith Sheryl Brady Sam Brey Randy Brooks Nancy Bunch Lynette Bush Michelle Bush Shelley Campbell Rena Carte Alex Castle Gladys Casto Teresa Casto Kevin Clark Martin Clark Randy Cole Brenda Conant Terisa Coots Tracey Corder Brad Curl James Curts Timmy Damron Patricia Daugherty Lori Davis Ion DeChristopher Jim Dixon joe Dixon Neil Feist Ben Foust Brad Fricke Gina Fuller Jerry G andee Becky Gattshall Steve Gray Jill Griffith Tina Grimm Doug Gruber Ion I-lalfhill Matt I-lamwey Myron Hartman Don Harman jill Hawk jerry Hermd Tim Hoffman Carol Hull Joyce Johns Susan johnson Lisa Keith Paul Kemp 44 I , Seventh Grade 92-if in fi' V u n dj J Ln ' R 1 , if , ,ny , li M w - ll! 5 :fi J ff V1 qv ,, ,A Q1 Y .1 'H . 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T- . wife 1 Q 4 if ' 23111. ,' K 3' l 1, J rg K. 5,4 wif "' Nila Klaiber Wayne Koppelman Rick Kuehne Jean Levering Daniel Levings Sandra Lewis Kelly Little David Lyon Frank Machesky Tracy Martin Nlike Mattix Debra Merriman Lorretta Micldaugh Eve Miller Leslie Miller Keith Minigh Jackie Monk Robbie Moody Lisa Morgan Mary Mullennix Denise Mullett Marilyn Mullins Brenda McChesney Wayne McCurcly Elizabeth McPeek Jill Nesbitt Kevin Noggle Billy Otten Todd Patrick Robert Pope Laura Prater Jerry Ratliff Dee Reppart Doug Richardson Wanda Ridenour Robert Riley Chris Robinson Noel Robinson Scott Rollyson Tina Sammett Anna Saylor' Dawn Schofield Paul Sheets Greg Shoewalter Trina Slane Annette Smith George Smith Mark Smith Paula Smith Scott Snyder Chris Staten Marty Sterritt Dan Stevens Tom Stratton Kerry Strong Cathy Styer Cheryl Swaney Greg Sweeney Rod Thill Jim Thompson Kelly Tinch Shelley Trainer Mechelle Troyer Glenn Vipperman Gerald Votaw Leslie Waggener Christina Webb Robert Varner Tammy Van Horn 'E' T 1 K J F C' M ' it L D ' i f . E 'ff 'X V ' I A -. I . Y 'X- X. ' .H N -. , 'vi Ei FW I L nr- N 2 FY, A 5 ef' K, .v K, --O , .Q 1-. 1 V- - ,F , 'x A 1" ' I 1 f . ff' " i Qi If '1:?' is ,f ig -' I Kim Wilkins in ff., 1. H Tim Q A fp-P ",' Q Rob Williamson i Ox Q i n i--' - ,I Patty Wilson J' 3 , ' ' Y -J- Lynn Wise ,M ff"9' ' An Gerry Zwick Q 4 A N it M - W v E E Q e 3 Q Y ' 1 v May 26th Was the date of the junior High Spring Concert. Both the band and the choir performed for an audience of parents and guests. The choir was un- der the direction of Mrs. Jacqueline Howell, and the band was directed by Mr. Michael Hawkins. 46 gg-:Q . , Junior High Candids ..N. , Y Ping-pong is popular at the dances. Don Miller sings a solo at the Spring Concert. Matt Harvey Works on his "dream" house in shop class. 'Ag Eighth graders sign up for freshman classes. h was , xx. Roger Taclcett pins his Home Ec. project together. 3 me -0 35. Students learn to do electrical wiring in shop class. Students are Kent Bowen, Alan Mullett, Jeff Squires in window, and Matt Wright. 47 Jr. High Athletic Teams Have Good Year Mount Gilead junior High athletic teams provided lots of action and excitement for their fans this season. The Eighth Grade football team had an outstanding season The team de feated Highland, Cardington, River Valley Marion Catholic, and Ontario The Indians out scored their opponents 118 to 34 in these vic tories. The lone lose of the season came in the final game of the season at the hands of Colonel Crawford. Scott Wilcox was named the Most Valuable Defensive Player of the season David Willeke and jim Everhart were selected as Most Valuable Offensive Players The Eighth Grade Basketball team ended their season with an unblemished record of 12-0. The Indians scored a total of 623 oints during the season and held their opponeriits to Gregg Sweeney wuts for the startmg gun to Start the race 423 points. Dave Willeke was selected as Most Valuable Player for the season Dave led the team in scoring and rebounding The most improved player was Scott Williamson who finished second in team scoring The Mount Gilead Junior High track team compiled an impressive season record The Junior Indians posted wins over Pleasant, Ridgedale, Northmor, Highland, and Carding ton. Mount Gilead won its own Invitational Meet and placed 2nd in the Fredericktown junior High Invitational. Several records were broken during the season. LeRoy Rizor set a pole vault record at the Fredericktown Invitational He also holds the Mount Gilead Junior High record for the vault. jim Everhart set a new school shot put record with a and 9 112 inches. EIGHTI-I GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: David Willeke Tim Campbell. ROW 2: Mike Pat- terson, Jim Bailey, Jeff Gress, Jim Everhart, Dennis Rathburn, Larry Varner. ROW 3: Scott Williamson, Alan Mullett, Rick Heimlich, David Wiehe, Scott Wilcox, Robbie Keene BA CK ROW: Coach John Oyster. 48 9 E ll r :- At the Fredericktown Invitational, Lee Rizor breaks the meet Look at that form! Rick Heimlich clears the bar in the high record by clearing 10 feet 6 inches. jump- V JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS: L-R: Paula Smith, Robin Meyer, Ianae Tschudi, Tonya Bland, Melissa Bartley, Eve Miller. l bi 5 I R GILEAU E Student Council Dances Are Popular Q 1 I , lk n,, 4, ,l A fx' fl Q Hr, f.,.,,, A fs. , Q ' I ,gal I I rqkge --In .- a N 9475! QE? -'23 , ' H ,QM 1, ,- 5, f, L W, mf' ' f-Qtr-L? "" ' I- 9 W f5x Q 'WNANQV ..-Y" "',': ' A l W ' -A' 4 X' 32135 ,-7 Pl'75':H 7 " 'I' fx A 391- -X. Ni r ' . , A . . .-" ""' ' A V it we -Q-1 I I .nam-f' I I I 'XFX we , '2-'-v gl, QE ' 4 4 af- be W I X 1 A if - tx y at 4, ' ,a li gi A, 3 -n in -I-X: iff' 'R 5 I ul gylfgf g Meinbers of the Jr. High student council play records for the Many jtmior high students attend the dance. Sprmg Dance. 49 Cherry Street School Staff V i l Mrs. Bonnie Galleher is the Cherry Street School secretary. if Elementary Guidance Counselor Stephanie Roarty chats with Mike Kimmey. In if- ...B S- T-S . Dr. Karen Hehrer, Director of Elementary Music, conducts rhythm exercises in one of her classes. 50 Cherry Street Principal Pat Gisr patches up an elbow for Greg Bunker. 'lr l 3 h X N , Speech and Hearing Therapist Joanne Hill works with one of her students. ,J f.1ym M1-S. Lucille Tmmbo, Mm. virginia Shipman, and M1-S. sara Wright are the Cherry Street cafeteria servers. Edison Elementary Staff 151' W1 NQQLAHERY After announcing plans for retirement, Edison Principal Virgil McGlamery receives best wishes from his students. u 4.-may l Mrs. Linda Gray, Edison School Secretary, answers the tele- phone many times during a day. 'x .,.a!, . EQUXLA- M W . Mrs. Ruth Druclcenmiller is special reading teacher at Edison . 'ras-1 and the Primary Center. F... Mrs. Marilyn Dix is Edison Elementary School librarian. 'yw H I- . v 'H' , 4.. ABOVE: Mary Jane Georgeand Mrs. Don Bachelder are the Edison cafeteria servers. LEFT: Custodian Kinsel Sipes changes a garbage can liner. 51 SIXTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Andy Cooper, Sue Willeke, Billy Adams, Tonya McLoughlin, Terri Curts, Dan Campbell, Terry Coots, Lor- raine Wright, Dean Reed, Nathan Harvey. ROW 2: Scott Cox, Debbie Hawk, Paul Middaugh, Doug Yake, Robert Waggoner, Mike Perry, Mike Palmer, Lori Geyer, Debbie Jewell, Tom Wellman. BACK ROW: Allen Walters, Randy Crawford, Peter Stewart, Cary Lewis, Louanne Hall, Robin Mounts, Torri Braden, Kim Smith, Karen Lewis, Debra Welty, Corinna I-Iarritos, Mr. Edmund Fidler. SIXTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Sue Stevens, Jeff Clark, Steve Slane, Linda Wright, Chris Hart, Karla Evans, Jerry Ashbrook, Mark Rader, Frank Moore. ROW 2: Brian Rank- horn, Nathan Long, Rene Todd, Dawn Fisher, Ginger Bowden, Glenn Hayes, Lori Thomas, Danny Baer, Jeff Higgins, Lula Casto. BACK ROW: Bob Wolford, Angie Bush, Tina Taylor, Mike Ohler, Mike Reed, Donna Belbot, Denise Russo, DeeDee Wilcox, Robin Browning, Chuck Ocker, Rod Randall, Miss Della Earley. SIXTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Chris Conaway, Brenda Levings, Melinda Stotts, Tim Cook, Kathy Fraizer, Christine Bailey, Christine Stoner, Becky Woods, Mike Bodwell. ROW 2: Carol Shaffer, David Reutter, Danny Shoaf, Steve Tackett, Rod- ger Waller, Jesse Kegley, Bruce Smith, james Wallace, john Guiher, Annie Wigton, Bonnie Lanthorn, Mike Machesky. BA CK ROW: Kevin Salisbury, Jimmy Maslar, Marvin Edwards, David Burden, John Mc- Cartney, Debrah Wright, Theresa Hughes, Tammy Benton, Mrs. Phylis Miller. ABSENT: Kristy Phil- brook, Deanna Schofied. 52 SDCTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Rich- ard Roach, Dee Dee Sipe, Lisa Varner, Kathy Chilcote, Teri Brake, Susie Barnett, Bill Bailey, Chris Irons, John Day. ROW 2: Ricky Van bell, Jon Myers, Darin Priesler, David Bowersmith, Barb Beach, Me- , lissa Tomlin, Todd Scheitler, Molly Keenan. BACK ROW: Nat Brady, Jonathan Hatfield, Brenda Holtrey, Sherry Trainer, Tracy Conant, Gary Westbrook, Regina Williams, Janet Mullins, Colleen Thomas, Mike Roush, Mike Curtis, Ms. Betty Roberts. Sixth Grade Holds Mini-Courses 1 :GWR F "-' ' " Mr. Chuck Salisbury demonstrates to sixth graders on the principles of archery. if 5- . T' ' ' ' T" ' it ""fiT' - -T - Q 2 3 mn. ,,,,. ,. we-H -V FTSE, ini,-.gf v - In the Scrape Art class taught by Mrs. Evelyn Guiher, Debbie Wright makes a number of objects from odds and ends. L .ff . Mrs. Betsy Miller of the Mt. Gilead Emergency Squad in- structs Karla Evans and Lorie Wright how to give mouth to mouth resuscitation. A-If lik! . S . sw ff' 1 lu . V 'A 4 ay Xs. .!, A I L-R: Angie Bush, Susie Barnett, and Barb Beach use dough in Scrape Art. H 53 Houten, Mark Leary, Suzanne Camp- as-Qi.aa, 5 A -at , tr- ' 5 'Al ---w -Y Y .. ' 1 - a-- .inf In a mini-course session, Karen Lewis, Debbie Jewell, and Steve Slane make ceramic eggs. Vince Bmwn and Pat Jackson teach chess in mini-courses. Darin Priesler, Cary Lewis, Todd Scheitler, Pat Jackson, and Chuck Ocher play a match. Miss Della Ear1ey's sixth grade boy's tug-a-war team go all out to win. 54 lik' Lisa Vamer, Rene Todd, and Molly Keenan work on string art under the direction of Sharon Jones. ,x ,w ,il In a drama and theater class, Carol Shaffer looks on as Mrs. Cindy Fidler demonstrates how to apply make-up on model Dee Sipes. -aw.. ... V 1 rv, ' 'A Jo ---cl 1 p., -iii , .1 ...,,:,r4 1 " ' ' Fifth graders Robin Nesbitt and Tracey Elliott receive pointe from Mrs. Starlin on making a paper mache dog. I' ".' Li 3 , 1 "1 TQ - aa' '1' .."-'f V' 'Q-Vi' 1f,'L" 'iii S.-f-f 'nn 1 . F T ' -fm. 'J' ' -.". ,-- P . 4' ' 1.." 4- ',. i,:,-f' 154. fj f.I:' .spain 5.3 .RE-3 ' 5- 535" f.iff1-ravi a - 'iw' " Q ,-K in as Mina-:afz2fsf?7 Tile 7Wfav'W.!ffif 'e s va- . . .. W' ,. , . 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FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Earl Chipman, Shad Keith, Tim Bostic, Jeff West, Lori Landon, Ronda Reeder, Karen Martin, Lisa Profitt, Becky Goff, Kelly Everhart. ROW 2: joel Higgins, Glen Daugherty, James Thomas, Lance Feist, Joyce Halfhill, Tammy Casto, Artie Miller, Darrin King, Fred Williams, Dale Creasap. BACK ROW: Mrs. Barbara Friclfe, Wendy Scott, Joe Maslar, Shelly Hootman, Amy Conant, Renee Van Horn, Tammy Stacy, Lola Wallace, Randy Brewer, James Hatfield, Glenda Latham. FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Nadeem Ahmed, Kyle Dixon, Jannetta Graham, Rodney Graham, Kevin Wolford, Pam Sweeney, David johnson, Terri Seitz, Laura Trainer, Carl Clingan. ROW 2: Dickie Higgins, Jck Konrad, Margie Korody, Pat McCauley, Shelly McClelland, Dave Mickley, Ron Morr, Cody Eastridge, Sabrina Bailey, Nancy La- Roche. BACK ROW: Brian Patterson, Dale Miller, Bret Cox, Stephanie Underwood, Ian Fryman, Mrs. Howa.rd--Sub- stitute Teacher, Kathleen Evans, Cris Harden, Don Morrison, Denise Pollard, Cassie McCreight, Dorene Lee. ABSENT: Teacher Jane Griffith. 55 FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Mark Willeke, Bill Snyder, Ricky Sam- met, jim Shaffer, Paul Castle, Linda Bartlett, Cathy Monk, Diana McPeek, Norma Murphy, Diana Roach, Shelly Rankin. ROW 2: Alan Helt, Paul Lindsay, Todd Stratton, Steve Pollard, Steve Fid4 ler, Tom Baker, Chris Fricke, Christine Peterson, Deidre Rathburn. BACK ROW: Mrs. Marcia Higgins, Jeff Smith, Jonathon Collins, Debbie Davis, Clara Ridenour, Julie Grif- fith, Janet Corbin, Michelle Roush, Lisa Quaintance, janet Randolph, Cindy Aylsworth. ABSENT: Ray Little, Mike Reid. FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Bryon Lemaster, David Ricks, Laura Booth, Carolyn Tackett, Kim Bos- tic, Shauna Campbell, Jeff Mc- Avoy, Billy Belcher, Shannen Fagan, Jessica McCartney. ROW 2: Tracy McQuistion, Devin Strong, Dave Ramsier, Paul Blocksom, Robin Nesbitt, Mike Bailey, Brian Votaw, Rhonda Davis, Tammy Cooper, Bill Lyons. BACK ROW: Mrs. Gladys Starlin, Bobby Moss, Randy Hoff- man, Angie Roberts, Paula Martin, Jack Ames, Charlene Henderson, Vicky Brady, Tracey Elliott, Mike Kreider, Jeff Tschudi, Jack McCoy. ABSENT: Melissa Palmer, Jamie Bunker. SPECIAL EDUCATION: FRONT ROW: Kevin McCoy, Sonny Ball, Ken Smith, Dale DeBord, Sherri Burns, Tim Ullom, Lisa Schrader. BACK ROW: Miss Patricia Tribble, Gracie Lewis, junior James, jeff Seclcel, Tim Ball, john McCurdy. 56 LDIBS: FRONT ROW: Greg Morri- son, Debbie West, Billy McLough- lin, Randy Beach, Nannette Zornes. BACK ROW: Greg Bunker, Lee Mul- lins, Matthew Beltz, Joe Blanton, Chris Anthony, Miss Ann Parks. FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Lisa Crawford, Philip Coots, Trever Holtrey, Tom Waddell, Michael Castle, Maria Leary, Melinda Mc- Chesney, Michele Palmer, Cathy Knechtly. ROW 2: Michael Bennett, Tommy Baxter, David Griffey, David Whitt, Ryan Mattix, William Stump, Zelda Loring, Lisa Bishop, Tammy Tinch, Laura Mills. BACK ROW: Mrs. Rita Kimmey, Sean Baker, Scott Orcena, Kelly Barnett, Melissa Maslar, Kim Wolford, . Juanita Martinez, Brenda Johns, Melissa Collins. FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Michael Welling, Pam Bedwell, Tommy Gompf, Lloyd Loring, Dawn Troyer, Laurie Hoppe, Lisa Snyder, Kelly Buchanan, Jamie Fisher. ROW 2: Steve Richardson, Robin Schimmoeller, Melissa Raines, Vicky Whitman, Penny Pennington, Michael Bush, Monty La Rue, Ron Dixon, Kevin Carte, Frank Mul- lins. BA CK ROW: Cindy Reed, Birdie Woods, Regina Stevens, Carolyn Stevens, Andy Russo, Den- nis Geyer, Jodi Farris, Lauretta Baker, Mike Walter, Mrs. Doris Baird. 57 FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Rick Moss, Tony Owens, Curtis Robinson, Kim Sims, Mike Shoe- walter, Tracey Doran, Krista Fix, Sherry Beach, Jeff Perry. ROW 2: Tricia McHugh, Dean Mosier, Steve Rush, Tim Harris, Donna White, Don Bennett, Cheryl Stotts, Kim Young, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Gail Mullett. BACK ROW: Debbie Mc- Avoy, Tonua Barton, Clifford Daugherty, Beth Webb, Rodney Benson, Susan Wilcox, Cindy Curl, Candy Ruhl, Connie Wigton, Mrs. Laura Pearce. FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Tracy Redick, Chris Kuhne, Eric Bush, Dennis Levings, Colleen MCC-innis, Jeff Miley, Joey Jones, Jimmy Wise, Mark Wiseman. ROW 2: Scott Rush, Melissa Hart, Renee Corral, Philip Graham, Mark Wal- ler, Eric O'Sullivan, Cindy Morri- son, Christina Graham, Charles Barton. BACK ROW: Valorie Mc- Avoy, Tammy Redmon, Tracy Schinclley, Sharon Shoaf, Melissa Compton, Eric Van Schoyck, Larry Adkins, Heidi Hull, Mrs. Cathy Oyster, Rob Snyder. ABSENT: Steve Garrad. THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Michelle Machesky, Stefanie Wag- ner, jeff DeI,atl:re, Kim Barnett, Leslie Onie, Sherri Hall, Ronnie Young, David Fox, Becky Smith. ROW 2: Beth Ann Bensley, Darla Knight, Regina James, Eric Mick- ley, Jimmy Harmon, Brian Hershey, Colleen Copp, Brian Dye, Steve Hatfield, Tod De Christopher. BACK ROW: Brenda Mullet, Mi- chelle Cotton, jennifer Hootman, Carla Wright, Shiela Dean, Dick Nelson, Tim Hack, Mike Cook, Connie Davis, Mrs. Jane Rathburn. 58 THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Brian Zerman, Jackie Stevens, Mike Hurtt, Jimi Dodds, Melody Fletcher, Lori Conkle, La Vonne Hutchinson, ROW 2: Yvonne Bartman, Brian Gray, Robby Johnson, Brett Baker, Kenneth Smith, Earl Linder, Penny Zornes, Shanna Levering, Angie Harvey, Lisa Sisk. BACK ROW: Mrs. Mabel Sipes, Cathy McElroy, Angela jackson, Rhonda Bush, Brian McBee, Kurt Scheitler, Jamie Mc- Avoy, Russell Klaiber, Brent Pierce, Tammy Smith. THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Eli- zabeth Tomlin, Stephanie Shepard, Chris Eichler, Leslie Royer, Steph- anie Profitt, Stacy Siegfried, Dan- ny Konrad, Laurie Martinez, Kelli Ashbrook. ROW 2: Lynette Morgan, Susan Reid, Chuck Goers, Joey Matson, Carol Ridenour, Lisa Shoewalter, Ion Higgins, Gary Chubb. BACK ROW: Leana Scott, Paula Belbot, Jim Gress, Randy Chilcote, Tony Nicholson, Teresa Hollingsworth, Stacy Greenwalt, Greta Loren, Heather Young, Tori Priesler, Mrs. Joyce Giauque, David Bolles. ABSENT: Steve Fowler. THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Larry Countryman, Kathy Fricke, Donna Refinati, Kristin Fidler, Ronnie Loring, Kim Keith, jeff Hayes, Jeff Roush, Amy Guiher. ROW 2: Kellye Flexter, Earnest Williams, Ernest Blanton, Ted Furniss, Eddie Rans- bottom, Mike Tolbert, Elizabeth Roach, Kim Franks, Debbie Wise- man, Holly Hughes, BACK ROW: Mrs. Dolores Reutter, Gail Snell, Sean Brinkman, Bruce Ramsier, Jeanette Schwartz, Michelle Otten, Michelle Rankhorn, Jennifer Kim- mey, Jody Carte, Angie Levings. 59 Students Are Involved In Many Activities Under the direction of Dr. Karen Hehrer, fourth graders learned to play the recorder. Pictured is Mrs. Kimmey's class. ffggp J ""l' f-H3353 ' ' l K -'ik 1-f't"' if . ' I' ,g - 5 Q :Jw .Lv "ww - Ap-I 77' :- M uf'f1C" qtlvdi -Q ABOVE: Students in the Cherry Street Elementary collected Campbell Soup labels to redeem for jump ropes. I,aDonna Stevens, Tyson Griggs, Brian Barnett, Randi McQuistion, Dawn Bolles, and Roxie Monk of Mrs. Brucker's second grade sort and count the labels as an arithmetic project. RIGHT: Mrs. Marsh's second graders wear their Halloween masks and costumes. 60 oafff. .l 4. 'Fi 'W it :QQ-'E'-g:7fx - ' During art class, LD students Joe Blanton and Lee Mullins make paintings by blow art. .mai Y.-' a. High school biology teacher Ron Thill teaches third graders the parts of a skeleton. granny run , - 5. '11 pr il - . A U itil 'Q min s'zou" ' bla s. ... W' ui lad 1 it T D' new 1 , 'Nxt V PM 'iii'-ii4"'-if lliil Jlvkfv NPR .. Nathan Hull aids pantomimist Scott Dillon perform for first Mount Gilead and Edison kindergarteners visit Osborne's apple graders at the primary center. orchard. Ni ,. Q., X fff ivi 5 ...i The morning kindergarten class at Edison is fascinated by Clown Twinkle Toes shows first graders at the primary center their newly hatched chicks. how She can Walk 3 Straight TOPS- SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: Brian Buchanan, Neal Wallace, Kim Beall, julie Elliott, Craig Graham, Betty Daugherty, Dawn Napier, Shannon Zornes. ROW 2: Jimmy Hudson, Charlene Walker, Kelly Smith, William Edwards, Tina Hankins, Elizabeth Pollard, Nikki Lemaster, jackie McAvoy, Tammy Van Houten. BACK ROW: Mrs. Dalene Roach, Andy Hoffman, Terry Edwards, Angela Furniss, Damon Osborne, Julie Mosier, Tri- cia Murphy, Stephanie Frazier. 61 SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: Kelly Nesbitt, Lee Ann Benton, Joseph Butterfield, Zulfi Ahmed, Lynnie Moor, Amy McCreary, Clarence Casto, Keith Shipman, Stephanie McCreight. ROW 2: Ray Finnell, Matt Kegley, Sherri Dean, Trisha Strait Angela Stratton, Michele Walter David Com on' Pt Mark White, Anissa Hampton, Sdott cum. BACK ROW: Rome Thnl, Jody Harris, Chuckie Carroll, Tom- my Brooke, Ronnie VanSchoyck, Jeremy Ohde, Randy Brewer, Den- ny Noble, Joel Seckel, Mrs. Franz Minton. SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: Jill Griffith, Brent Staley, Andy Hershey, Jeff Ransbottom, Kevin La Rue, Tina Baer, Marty Wertz, Steven McFarland. ROW 2: Derek Yeagley, Jay Postell, Todd Ullom, Sherry Persinger, Ted Trout, Deb- bie Coots, Lisa Edwards, Melissa Aylsworth, Tonya Rupp, Robbie Chalfant, Troy Landon. BACK ROW: Betty Sears, Mike Reid, An ela Bau hman Tara Priesler g g sreia Drake, sccfrr Hershner, David Burns, Mrs. Alice Marsh. SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: Tommy Latham, Shannon Kilgour Kirby Francis, Brian Bennett, Shan- non Leary, Lori Lacivita, Beth Creasap, Valerie Schimmoeller. ROW 2: Tommy Cooper, Charisse Eckard, Dawn Bolles, LaDonna Stevens, Michelle Reed, Randi McQuistion, Keith Votaw, Brad Staiger. BACK ROW: Mrs. Jane Brucker, ,Tyson Griggs, Allen Wig- ton, Randy Snyder, Mike Parker, Darren Shade, Wesley Elford, Mike Peters, Michelle Morris, Roxie Monk. ABSENT: Tammy Sexton. 62 FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Aud- rey Troyer, Tammy Chelette, Nikl-ci Wagner, Mary Jo Anthony, Chad Ruhl, Jerry Miley, Heidi Van Horn, Melissa Hines. ROW 2: Angela Augenstein, Kelley Cook, Kristina Counts, Roni Chubb, Dar- ren Richards, Steve Underwood, Melissa Zerman, Tammy Pierce. BACK ROW: Mrs. Ruth Logan, Kim Creamer, Bobby Nelson, Jeff Lev- ings, Sean Dusek, Eric Walters, Thad Fidler, Kristi zumFelde. FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Kim Caskey, Aaron Zornes, Ranee Thomas, john Blanton, Robin Kimes, Lisa Mills, Mike Welty, Jimmy Jones. ROW 2: Allan Cum- ston, Annette Baer, Melanie Marshman, Lori Persinger, Teresa Ohde, Craig Onie, Tonya I-Ieacock, Dawn Hoppe. BACK ROW: Mrs. Mary Craner, Kevin Patrick, Cal- vin Pierce, Bill Arnold, Randy Earley, Heather Augenstein, john Reaper, Michelle Hedrick. FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Sandy Sears, Torrey Corder, Marcell King, Troy Harris, David Gattshall, David Shoewalter, Bobby Ruhl, Tony Beldon, Jeanie Jason. ROW 2: Lena Meadows, Angela Moore, Sara Bradley, Lori Graham, Patty Baugh- man, Terri Hartt, Jeanelle Levings. BACK ROW: Miss Helen Farrington, Rocky MCC arthney, Kevin Pierce, Danny Stratton, Mark Bartley, Dee- na McBee, Shane Miller, Richard Barnett, Joe Casto. 63 FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Don Lafferty, Steve Burden, Amy Ram- borger, Angie Rankin, Chris Thompson, Lorie Mynhier, Cindy Birckbichler, Sonny Bennett. ROW 2: Meegan Levering, Carmen Roush, Michael Bush, Anthony Bush, Larry Skinner, Alan Mattix, Anna Stanley, Pat Beall, Suzie McCartney, Lejagn Berry, Sharon Gayhart. BACK ROW: Kalene Robinson, Karolyn Lewis, Craig Matney, Todd Coning, Tommy Strong, Kenneth Collins, Paul Palmer, Mrs. Ruby Jackson. FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: joe Wright, Mike Kirk, April Anthony, Ruby Prichard, Shannon Lemley, Ronnie Fowler, Eric Walter, Bobby Belcher, Tonya Collins. ROW 2: Patrick Deboar, Merrily Jackson, Tadd Nicholson, Candee Harden, Luke Taylor, jessica Zimmerman, Barbara Hollingsworth, Lane Miller, Mike Fisher. BACK ROW: Mrs. Anna Mary Cronenwett, Bonnie Van Sickle, Tonia Scott, Kraig Ship- man, Wendy Richards, Virgil Schofield, Alena Miller, Todd Decker, Travis Schindley. KLNDERGA RTEN- -MORNING : FRONT ROW: John Trout, Abbey Francis, Michael Kimmey, Ma- linda Chalfant, Susan Shepard, Stacy Beck, Michael Smith, Craig Staley, Tisha McLoughlin, Melissa Hutchinson. ROW 2: Ben Graham, Kerrie Scheff, Kristen Maher, Lisa Redmon, Melissa Moore, Kenny Hollingsworth, Nathan Hull, LD. Junk, Colleen Welty, Jenny Ruhl. BA CK ROW: Miss Karen Culbertson, Ricky Van Schoyck, Brett Stein- wand, Robin Peterson, Clay Brady, Shanna March, Robin Keene, Heather Wilson, Tyna Mann, Kim Stoner. 64 EFQEMBBER KINDERGA RT EN- -A FT ERNOON: FRONT ROW: Travis Benson, Tim- my Caskey, Melissa Hollingsworth, Tammy Bilger, Jenny Turner, Tony DePolo, Tina Castle, Chrissy Street, Dawn Wiseman, Spring Baer. ROW 2: LB. Smith, jason Gregg, Bron- wyn Naysmith, Nathan Cotton, Dawn Walker, Shonda Eastridge, Rosealie Ruhl, Shanna Dean, Bruce Levings, Denny Miller, Sandi Welch. BACK ROW: Miss Karen Culbertson, Geoff Bixler, Lori Kerwecker, Michelle Sebring, Teresa McKinney, Tony Detwiler, Cathy Burns, Teresa Heacock, Tracy Sherman, Melanie Spear- man, Colette Colcott. EDISON MORNING KINDERGA RTEN FRONT ROW: jill Seckel, Lonnie West, Jerry Murray, Shane Roberts, Mark Owens, Michael Cool-2, Jim- my Brey, Brian Stotts, Alicia Powers. ROW 2: Robbie Landon, Matt Matney, Shane Bennett, Cherie Hawk, Brian Hoffman, Janice Carroll, Shawn I-Ianl-sins, Angela Trimmer, Scott Kimes, Chris McCoy, Lonnie Scott, Jeff Ryan. BACK ROW: Mrs. Sue Rankin--Primary Aide, Fred Pres- ton, Iuanita Preston, Lisa Young, Cheryl Reed, Dennis Busse, Steven Fuller, Harvey Keenan, Mrs. Mary McAlister. ABSENT: Lynn Denman, Michele Ghent, Jerry Merritt. EDISON AFTERNOON KINDER- GARTEN1 FRONT ROW: Charles Royer, Rusty Skeen, jeff Bunker, Samantha McCreight, Tony Loring, Tom Conkle, Denise Downer. ROW 2: Shane Peters, Todd Snyder, Reece Martin, Angela Honalcer, Bret Shoewalter, Melissa Perry, Kerry Martinez, Randy Casto. BA CK ROW: Christine Ireland, Nathan Snell, Tony Bentley, David Hat- field, Tina McFarland, Steve Thompson, Denise Fox, Rob Bi- ship. Mrs. Mary McA1ister--Teacher Mrs. Sue Rankin--Primary Aide. 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L Mr. Billick presents State Board of Education Awards of Dis- tinction to Becky West, Tim Cover, Steve Newson, Tim Hawk, Dan Hayes, and Mike Fitzgerald. Weather And Energy Crisis Close Schoo Classrooms were a little cooler and more students wear- ing sweatshirts, sweaters, and coats were found in the halls of Mount Gilead High School during the autumn of 1976. With colder than usual fall weather, Columbia Gas of Ohio curtailed the school's natural gas allotment by 35-4O'M,. By lowering classroom thermostats to 650 and by shutting off the boilers to maintenance levels at night and on weekends, school continued at near normal pace and routine. Within a week after school resumed from Christmas vacation, the school situation became critical. Heavy snows closed schools, and the bitter sub-zero weather during the rest of the month of january closed schools because of further natural gas cur- tailment to industry and schools . After meeting with the Board of Education, Superintendent Clayton Dusek issued the following statement in the january 27th Morrow County Sentinel: "Due to the fact tht the Governor and the State Legislature have failed to enact and energy crisis situation in Ohio, and based on the recent 85 percent curtailment placed on the Mount Gilead Schools by Columbia Gas, the school system may run out of gas as early as the first week in February. As a result of these predictions, working parents are urged to plan now for alternate child care and all par- ents should be alerted to the fact that schools may be forced to close early in February. Work to change the junior High boilers from gas to coal will begin within the next few days, but this may not provide an immediate solution to the pro- blem . The Mount Gilead Schools will remain open as long as gas supplies allow . " As work to convert the junior High boilers to coal continued, the school operated on a day-to- day basis as weather permitted. Many school systems across the state, including Mount Gilead, had already used more than their allotted five days of school dismissal for weather and calamity. The possibility of the school year being ex- tended into the month of june loomed as a reality. School officials and students, especially seniors, were concerned about the spring calendar of events having to be rescheduled or postponed. With the junior High boilers operating on coal, only the high school buildings and the Primary Center were using natural gas for heat. School officials decided to place the high school complex on maintenance heat and have the high school and junior high use the junior High building on alternate days. Starting February 10th, high school and junior high students attended classes on alternating days. This schedule was followed until March lst when moderating weather, and the relaxation of gas curtailment permitted the return to normal school schedule. In April ,the Ohio Leg- islature passed legislation allowing fifteen additional cal- amity days for inclement weather and the energy crisis. This legislation required schools to be in session at least one hun- dred and sixty days for the current year. Any shortage in days would have to be made up. F01' the 1976-77 school year, the Mount Gilead Schools were in session one hundred and sixty-one days . Wednesday February 9th was designated as moving day for the high school staff. Mr. David Hammond, with the help of Bill Blankenship, Dennis Dumbaugh, and Pat Jackson, moves the speech department to the Junior High 1 VDD ,. ,G if f '5- High school students move through the halls of the Junior Hi during class change I I I K. .. ' , While the junior High bustles with activity, the High School sits almost undisturbed. ,IH N I W V7 , W r wo smuxmn S' FFT I W V I All The Cherry Street cafeteria serves as study hall and EMC. -.. -. I: WWW Y' fri Mr. Bremigan and Mr. Creamer have home room in the auditorium. .-i--2. 'iv Stan Sipe, Candy Patterson, and Barb Harritos quickly ad- just to new room assignments and routines. Carla Curts and Denise Michals work in the limited space available in study hall. Buses pick up high school students on the West Union Streets. corner of Rich and Tri-Rivers Vocational 1976-77 was the first year of operation for Tri- River joint Vocational School District which is comprised of schools from Marion and Morrow Counties plus the North Union and Upper Sandusky Schools. Besides Mount Gilead, there are ten other schools in the district. Approximately 80 Mount Gilead Juniors and Seniors are enrolled in high school trade and technical courses at Tri-Rivers. The school facility it- self is located at the east edge of the city of Marion. It of- fers well over 20 different vocational courses of study such as: masonry, law enforcement, graphics, agri-business, auto mechanics, secretarial skills plus many more . The s1:udent's daily schedule involves lab sessions, related subject classes, and academic classes. Mount Gilead students begin prepar- ing for Tri-Rivers in their freshman year by taking the Gen- eral Aptitude Test Battery and by taking some of their re- quired English and Social Studies courses. As Sophomores, students tour Tri-Rivers and make formal application if they desire to attend the facility. As juniors and Seniors, students attend Tri-Rivers and start learning their chosen vocational skills. , fm, ,nv ,, 7 ll "TT" , t , ..-. .,.. -a C31 ' ---,--- e ,,,, L ,lg H i ws.-ri. vii V '-J . v I-:VI A , i 1 ,I ' i-iaiil-.. , , A hy 6. 1. ,VAV MLN., .,., At Tri-Rivers' A ward A ssembly, Outstanding HERO Senior inthe field of Child Care and Gene Brady was selected Outstanding Student in the field of elec- trical skills. Cheryl Lewis was named the . r 11 1 11 Patty DeBord, Greg Craven, Chris Castle, and Kevin Evans wait for the timer to start the manual skills segment of the G .A . T . B. School ls Operational All Mount Gilead Sophomores touring Tri-Rivers visit the cos- Inetology training area. 5 ' 'K ' "fl 'P an cc., 'ft- '-r' s i 1. ,- M, g 1 f . u .iii ' - 713 5 ' fi-' 57 - iijrl-li-i.li'v '.jl'.'i' bei Ji J , 1 , , -,ry.rL-.QxwxX- -4. ui P ld , .N U, -i Vx.-,rx rx, 519, V, ,IE .. ' . ""fS'1w-:irfit-.iz M ' "H ' "xc-'alsikizlt zlzffizi A - if lYeQ131:Q:5: gi,:l5g5i o y .. 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In Auto Mechanics, Ray Byrd learns to adjust the brakes on a car. ie- -.ef Z .k-.tin staff- Mark Thomas works on a data accounting assignment. -,- ,:.,,,,,,,, 7,,,, ,Y ,Y ,,,,,-is Y i g ' U - QE N 3 W 1 Mr. Gilbert, graphics instructor, inspects some of Sara Tharp's printing work. f T"'Tw7d: T"-'Ii'x,'I"TTg9I 'E' 5 Melody Hartman checks over materials in the Executive Sec- retary training area . ABOVE: Food Services trainee Lee Mullinnex waits on a cus- tomer in the Tri-Rivers Restaurant. LEFT: Cindy Farris practices bed making in Diverified Health Occupations . itll 71 First All-School Musical Is Big Success "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" was selected as Mount Gilead High Schoo1's first all-school musical. The musical, which was open to the entire school and sponsored by the Thespian Club, covered "an average day in the life of Charlie Brown". This day was made up of little mo- ments picked from Va1entine's Day to the baseball season, from wild op- timism to utter despair, and from the lives of his friends fboth human and non-humanj. The musical combined song, dance, and laughter to produce a most delightful, witty, and wistful family show. The show, which was staged inthe high school lecture room, ran for three evening performances and to a packed-house Sunday after- noon children's matinee . After stag- ing the regular production in March, the Thespians took the show on-the- road and gave special performances at Children's Hospital in Columbus, Edison Elementary, Iberia Elementary, Cherry Street Elementary, and johns- ville Elementary Schools. These per- formances we given in May. Pigpen has a problem, could it be sand in her shoe?Of course, Lucy must oversee the situation. "All we have to do is win just one more game .... and the championship is ours. " Charlie Brown's All-Stars sing their team song before the game .... Pigpen -Peggy Lyons, Linus - Mark Ohde, Patty - Carla Curts, Woodstock - jackie Curts, Lucy - Kathy Meyer, Schroeder - Dennis Dumbaugh, Snoopy - Cindi Ghibis, and Charlie Brown - Vincent Brown. A. in V N 1 , The call of the wild beast sends Patty and Snoopy out for some serious rabbit chasing. Charlie Brown has struck out aga in, yet he looks ahead with hope and optimism---next time. X fAX , L "A11 we need is a little STRATEGY Charlie Brown. I just can't understand these managers who won't use good strategy. N r N wx- '-" - ' V' "Y A" ' , -- . -JN , ri .ff fl X. , 1... 1 L Lucy sings, "What would you think if someday you and I should get married?" Weel, Schroeder .... V... y 4Linus......' 1f'.Aff'f1,'Qhar1ie Brown - . .V . . F' Pattya. . X. .W-. .. .1 Q 1.5, .-N Snootiy ' '. . Pigpen V., X., A., 4 A. . . .' '. . Wo,o'dStoCk a, .Qs-V,..!. . . 1. .xi . . . a ul 6' ScHq2S'e,der 4 CAST OF CHARACTERS., A gy , , AMark'Ohde , Vincent Brown I I cinai .ohibis Kathyf'Meyer 1 Lucy . . . . 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Sggggisfm if E H 5 5333555 32 H E 'f ' 2:32 HERE W B B Fsinffibifiiiff E H E g51i,..ff. .lair iggigfxs H H' F.F.A. Sponsors July 4th Tractor Pull A tractor pull at the Morrow County Fairgrounds on July 4th, was the beginning of Mount Gilead F.F.A . 's activities for the 1976- 77 school year. This event has became a fea- ture of Mount Gilead's Fourth of July festivities. In Novem- ber F.A .A members sold citrus fruit as a chapter fund-rais- ing project. Many members were involved in livestock judg- ing, tractor-trouble shooting, and Parliamentary Procedure 'A" P "M contests which were held during the year. The F.A .A . spon- if ' 5 sored a pancake and sausage supper in the Cheery Street Cafe- 5,3 A 'ff teria. One of the highlights of the year was the annual Par- ' ent-Student Banquet. After the banquet, the program fea- tured handing out awards to members and a variety of skits to entertain parents and guests. i s Troy McDaniels and Dale Bowersmith's skit requires a follow- "Chef" Wes Williams serves up another up. helping of pancakes and sausage. F.F.A.: SEATED: Mr. Don Galleher, Steve Newson, Becky West, Tim Cover. ROW 2: Chuck Salisbury, Dale Spencer, Lor ie Ebersole, Carla Spencer, Dale Barnett, Jackie Jones, Chris Lloyd, Tim Knaul, Ron Poland, Doug Myers. ROW 3: Steve Miller, Steve Kempton, Tony Brake, Clayton I-Ietrick, Gerry Myers, Kent Osborn, Wes Williams, Phil McChesney, Troy McDaniels. BACK ROW: Randy I-Ielt, Gary Hoffman, Ron Long, Joe Harman, Neal Dumbaugh, Dennis Dumbaugh, Willard Fissell, Roger Murphy, David Kyle. t yr, w -P L, W 'I l B i 5 - V '54 I Tim Cover and Steve Newson are Mt. The Mt. Gilead F.A .A . present Mr. Gal- Gerry Myers drills holes in a farm shop Gilead's version of Rowan and Martin. leher with a gift. project. gr ' i M fe Eiwllllflllflfffiiflzswg if mi D1 YAZ-If-71" JK, .. mug E..-V T' ,,,f'f Ron Poland, Phil McChesney, and Dennis Dumbaugh check Paul Cochran of the Pig Palace explains their breeding pro- for combine field loss. gram to FFA members. r1m1"1. Tiiji, ' fr ' vfuihakz .....i, A.. wi' . 5 Q l l F.F.A . QUEEN COURT AND ESCORTS: L-R: jane Welling, ' " ' Karen Hawk, Barbara Galleher-Retiring Queen, Kathy Mey- A Vo. Agri. class visits the Dwight Howard farm to practice Sgr,J2iZ3Ln1G?2f1Ei?gIlIe2?gguI-flfrjl rIE23e?1oIfI'Z:6k1XfVra:S?3g,?' judging beef cattle. F.F.A . Queen. - 77 i FHA-HERO Rock-A-Thon Is A Big Success The Mt. Gilead FHA-HERO had an exciting year. They held their informal initiation at the high school. The old members had a blast watching the freshmen make fools of themselves. As a school service pro- ject, Fl-IA cleaned the football uniforms every week. It was a dirty job, but fun. Their biggest and most enjoyable money-making project was a Rock-A-Thon. Members rocked for twelve hours straight and made 3400. 00 for Children's Hospital. The club's main project was the Big-Little Sis program, which includ- ed going to see the play "Youfre a Good Man, Charlie Brown, " and several parties during the year. Eleven FHA-HERO officers attended the State Convention in Columbus. Lesa Foster was elected a state, officer for 1977-78. Mt. Gilead received the Award of Merit -- Star Chapter, the highest recognition a chapter can receive. To top off the year, the annual FHA- HERO banquet was held. Cinda McQuistion received the Outstanding FHA'er award for 1976-77. Tim Cover, the retiring king, crowned the new king, Tony Brake. The entertainment included a "Gong Show. " Formal initiation of the new chapter officers for 1977-78 concluded the evening. The "King's Court" at the FHA -HERO banquet was Bud But- terfield, Rob Jaggers, King Tony Brake, Tim Cover, and Richard Wiehe. Participating in the Formal Installation of Officers are Gail Zvvick, Diane McPeek, Tammy Hatten, Cindy McQuistion, Mary Rodman, Debbie Benedict, Jody Hershner, Lesa Foster, Vickie Cooper, Judy Butterfield, Kim Fix, Nancy Beltz, Barb Nance, and Joy Middaugh. FHA-HERO officers attending the state Convention are QFRONTJ Cindy McQuistion, Diane McPeek, Kim Fix, Tam- my Hatten, QROW 2J Nancy Beltz, Lesa Foster, Judy Butter- field, Vickie Cooper, Mary Rodman, fBA CKJ Jody Hershner, and Debbie Benedict. The Mt. Gilead FHA "Rocke1:tes" still need a little more Work on timing. 453+ 'Ti x For 1977 Lesa Foster will serve as a state FHA -HERO officer and Judy Butterfield is a district officer. L, Cindi McQuistion receives the Outstanding FHA'er Award. IWPHCT O ,l.lflil'llYl'DQ1 v hr Mt. Gilead FHA-HERO's display at the State Convention. One of the Big-Little Sis activities is a St. Pat1'ick's Day Kim Fix and Vickie Cooper guide barefooted Jodi I-Iershner over some cooked spaghetti at the FHA initiation. Party for the kids. FI-IA-HERO. SEATED: Robin Murphy, Rhonda Irons, Barb Nance, Brenda Coots, Jody I-Iershner, Brenda Chilcote, Becky Trumbo, Kim Madeker, Kim Anderson, Candy Patterson. STANDING: Chris Holt, Kim Gompf, Lisa Tinch, Mary Rodman, Alisa Coots, Gail Zwick, Joy Middaugh, Jane Welling, Patty LaRoche, Tammy I-Iatten, Sally Bane, Carla Spencer. 79 Thespians Perform At Children's Hospital The highlight of the Thespian Troupe's year was the suc- cessful production of the musical "You're A Good Man Char- lie Brown". This play involved several innovations and tech- nical changes. Under the direction of Thespian Advisor Mr. Hammond, the high school lecture room was transformed in- to a theater. Counters were removed from the room, the stage area was enlarged, and lights and lighting controls were installed for the production. In May the Thespians took the play on-the-road to several area elementary schools. To pre- pare for the road shows, Thespians gave a benefit dress re- l'1eaI'Sa1 at Children's Hospital in Columbus which was a very rewarding performance for the cast. Other activities of the Troupe were: a field trip to Westerville South to see "Miracle Worker", an initiation at the State Lakes, and a year-end banquet at Gateway Smorgasbord in Marion. Thespian Drama Service Award winners are Jane Myers, Bill Blankenship, and Becky Thomas. THESPIANS: SEA TED: Cheryl Nes- bitt, Kathi Philbrook, Fritz Blank- enship, Jo Ellen Hull. ROW 2: Becky West, Tami Thomas, Julie Rizor, Peggy Lyons, Gaylene Mic- hal, Jackie Curts, Mr. David Hammond. ROW 3: Crystal Rich- ards, Mary Beth Long, Candy Pat- terson, Jody Moore, Kathy Meyer, Cindy Gandee, Pat jackson. BACK ROW: David I-lickson, Denise Mic- hal, Brenda Trumbo, Jane Myers. Not Pictured: Vincent Brown, Lin- da Bowen. The company sings "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" at the Cherry Street Gym. Mini-Oscar Award Winners are: Best Supporting Actor - jeff Burnside for Mousetrap, Best Actor - Vincent Brown for Char- lie Brown, Best Actress - Denise Michal for The Curious Sa- vage, Best Supporting Actress - Linda Bowen for The Curious Savage. Bill Blankenship, David Hickson, and Sean McCauley prepare the set for the performance at Children's Hospital. IV bottles and other medical equipment accompany kids to the show. One little boy who couldn't see from his seat darts out into the aisle for a better view. ISE ' Y W Q J tri --A' , 3 -., V4 ' ata 1 -..al ' if! is '25, uuuai muuusum- unanns. 1 .Wuxi , Thespians unload the orchestra at Iberia Elementary. y 'f ,-'-+gL,.-- - 11 2.- t ,lik e , . I, Y ' 1 . ., N Y i e l,a -g,lX On days when school was not in session because of the energy crisis, Bill and Fritz Blankenship and Mr. Hammond Worked on props. At the Thespian Initiation, Pat jackson and Jody Moore ba- lance pans of Water on their backs. Cheryl Nesbitt and Linda Bowen officiate. ' ry . f :'. u The Activity Room at Chi1dren's Hospital serves as a make- up room for Kathy Meyer and Vince Brown. KEY CLUB: FRONT ROW: David I-Iickson Pat Jackson, Mike Fitzgerald, Bret Bush. ROW 2: Mike Stump, Mike Watts, Chris Osborne, Dan Clark. ROW 3: Marty Mil- ler, Tom Hickson, Grant I-lout. BACK ROW: Mr. John Quinn -- Advisor, Bruce Hildebrand, Jim Brucker, Dan Hayes, Brian Kemp. 7 , K- ul Yffl 3 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: FRONT ROW: Mike Fitzgerald -- Pres. , Carlene Baer -- Treas. , Caren Machen -- Vice Pres. , Becky West -- Sec. ROW 2: Mrs. Dorothea Barry -- Advisor, Judy Barker, Cheryl Nesbitt, Kim Fix, Io Ellen Hull, jane Welling. ROW 3: Mike Watts, Nancy Beltz, Lesa Foster, Colleen O'Sullivan, Kathi Philbrook. ROW 4: Dan Hayes, Don Ohde, Kerry Osborn, Phil Heacock, Clayton Hetrick, john Graham. BACK ROW: Vincent Brown, David Hickson, Dennis Dumbaugh, Tony Brake, Ron Poland. 82 Scholarship Team Takes Test At Otterbein SEATED: Lesa Foster, Mary Beth Long, Kathi Philbrook, Judy Barker. ROW 2: Jerry Cooper, Eric Wright, Pat Jackson, Mike Squibb, Dave I-lickson, Charlotte Lyons, Cindy Gandee, Laura Reutter, Phil I-lea? cock. ROW 3: Kerry Osborn, Randy Tolbert, Lynn Smith, Jody Moore, Mike Watts, Mike Fitzgerald, ROW 4: Colleen O'Sul1ivan, Dena Piper, Julie Maher, Grant I-Iout, Karen O'Sullivan. BACK ROW: Mike Holtrey, Sue Fitzgerald, Crystal Richards, Clayton Hetrick. Varsity Athletics Association FRONT ROW: Rosco Kuenzer jim Brucker, Keith Irwin, Jerry Cooper. ROW 2: Mike Holtrey, Joe Bartley, Ric Lyle, Jeff Harper, Phil Ward, Mark Wilcox, Terry Redick. ROW 3: Kerry Osborn, Darren Fricke, Jeff Harman, Kevin Gattshall, Phil Heacock, Tim Hawk. ROW 4: Elmer Castle, Stan Sipe, John Graham, Jeff Sweeney, Dave Long, Kent Osborn, Clayton Hetrick. BA CK ROW: Chris Harritos, Dave Doran, Kent Baker, Lannie Baer, Gerry Myers, Brian Bishop, Tony Brake, Tim Bland, Ken Hughes, Marvin Hartman. 83 Media Aides Engage In Many Activities Media Aides are a valuable asset in the EMC. Aides check books in and out at the circulation desk and put up bulletin boards and displays. For spe- cial occasions and holidays, especial- ly at Christmas time, the Media Aides decorate the EMC. During the year, Media Aides held a book fair, a sen- ior baby picture contest, a Christmas shopping spree to Southland Mall, and a Senior Farewell Party. Dan Clark received recognition for sewing as a media aide for the last four years. Tami Stnsbery and Colleen Whipple received three year awards for ser- vice in the EMC. VE., I .,. ,PC ...M ' ' - urn Patty I-lamsher and Julie Maher put the finishing touches on an EMC window Christmas decoration. N B4 NIEDIA AIDES: FRONT: Ms. Sherry Sidaway. LEFT -FRONT TO BACK: Dawn Miller, Becky West, Teresa Merriman, Lori Keith, Alice Chapman, Kim Ander- son, Barb Harritos, Colleen O'Sullivan. RIGHT - FRONT TO BACK: Janet Lew- is, Becky Thomas, Rhonda Irons, Kelly McClelland, Jocelyn Welling, Becky Cass, Denise Michal, Laurie Smith, Joy Middaugh. BACK: Jane Welling, julie Maher, Kathy Meyer, Caren Machen, Colleen Whipple, Candy Patterson. AB- SENT: Steve Newson, Dan Clark, Bernie Butterfield, john Graham, Bonni Mas- terson, Tami Stansbery, Lisa Cherrington, Pat Jackson, Teresa Barnett, Robin Murphy. French Club Holds Get-Acquainted Picnic Eighth graders are invited to the French Club s get-cquaint- ed picnic at the State Lakes. 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Parties were held during the year to celebrate Joyeux Noel and Mardi Gras. Nancy Beltz and Kathi Philbrook spoke to the sixth grade history classes on Christmas customs in France. French III students participated in the Guidance Department's pre-registration orientation for eighth graders. At the end of the year, French Club had a picnic at the state Lakes and invited the eighth graders who were going to tke French I to get acquainted with club members. Nancy Beltz and Kathi Philbrook put up a bulletin board, fea- turing French Christmas customs, at the Edison cafeteria. FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Jane Myers - Secretary, Mary Beth Long, Candy Patterson - President, Cheryl Nesbitt - V. Presldent, Kathi Philbrook, Io Ellen Hull, Nancy Beltz, Kim Anderson. BACK ROW: Dan Hayes, Grant Hout, Mike Fitz- gerald, jeff Burnside - Treasurer, Fritz Blankenship, Randy Brden, Pat jackson, Sean McCauley, Mark Craven. The Purple Arrow Staff SEATED: Sandy Warner, Jody Moore, Lynn Smith, Pat jackson, Jeff Taylor. STANDING: Bonni Masterson, Coleen Barker, Debbie Benedict, Kim Fix, Candy Patterson, Julie Maher, Colleen O'SulliVan, Patti Hamsher, Mr. David Hammond. panish Club Holds Holiday Pinata Raffle 'mx-1 ., 1 nuff' uv Sq Members of the Spanish Club engaged in several activi- ties during the year. In honor of Columbus Day, Spanish Stu- dents held a party for the first graders in the Primary Center. One of the social events of the club was a hayride. To raise funds for club projects, a Pinata raffle was held a Christmas time. Later in the school year, two tickets to a Cleveland Cavaliers game were raffled off. 1 V-, H' w Vi: 'Qi' mr: 'Pia -1,5-.-r - ghfliljgw wtf'-'I '- TP - 2:-PJ E i s 1 ,,- V 4. uh ll L ABOVE: Dan Braden, Dan Hayes, Larry Mullennix, Mike Fitzgerald, and jake Brey video tape Spanish class skits. LEFT: Students wait to be called on stage for their Spanish TV appearance. Spanish class students use flash cards to teach first graders to count in Spanish. Barb Harritos, Mike Squibb, Julie Maher, Colleen O'Sullivan, Connie Farris, and Rhonda Thill hold numbers. Student Council Visits Cleveland School In preparation for their year's activities, Student Council sent three members to OASC Workshop. A planning meeting was held at a picnic at the Delaware Dam before school started. The Student Council sponsored many projects dming the year. Activities for the Football Homecoming, the Bas- ketball Homecoming, the Holly Prom Dance, the Thanks- giving and Christmas Assemblies, and the boys' basketball intramurals were under the direction of Student Council. To help finance part of these programs, council members sold knit school hats, T-shirts, and sweatshirts to the student body. Council members took a field trip to John F. Kennedy High School in Cleveland as the guests of the Kennedy High School Student Council. One of the Council's year-end-events was participation in the Annual Awards' Assembly. Soul Purpose provides music at the Student Council Christ- mas Program. ' ,.v,', X, . I -I. M M - - l l l ,,,,,,,-5 '.-v-is-. ,Yu ,gi W' Students listen to music at the Holly Prom. I guy Q 1 ,sf ,K-., ,..- , 1 .1 Student Council members and helpers pack Ch1'iStT11aS fI'62fS for the student body. 1213 T 1- fy Student Council advisor, Mr. Billick, and Council president Kerry Osborn compare notes before the Awards Assembly. , - i STUDENT COUNCIL: FRONT ROW: Bill Blankenship - Vice President, Kerry Osborn - President, Colleen O Sullivan - Secretary, Kim Fix - Treasurer. ROW 2: Clayton Hetrick, Keith Irwin, Tim I-Iawk, Bill Conaway. BACK ROW: Kelley Sheets, Jody Moore, Sue Fitzgerald, Karen O'Su11ivan, Mr. Anthony Billick. FI ,ll 7' W1 'law Tiki A .-,- Q my A j"1 ? if C In an exciting championship game, IAC defeats VAC for the - f 'S U , 1 F rv-if ,I ' V 4 ,ogg 3 , ' ',. . Q" f--'f' Fire 5' -it Q 7 W A' . T jf, " ' ... CYQT' A Q4 ' ' .ra ' 1' 4.5, I ' , :Q ia... , E , intramural title. Q , ?' ' ' 'F ' ' cowsnence ' --.-...VVMI Y in , ..- ,' ' V , 1 , - - ik ' it . Efnlli ' -' :gi ,A ' , , tr W iz? . ' G 4. " -..' P fi ' ,f ,N 1 1- -M - f ., . 'Q '5' 'Ali ' 'Wifi P M '1 of2?esa" 'fa. V . . .,,. , N. s fl 0 K 'tx' uf, 4' ,J .. mgfmz., at K i .mg i t lt, , 'vfgiiqg' Lf X. Z ,, .Q P ' , 'N N -f-13 ", f ' N. Wi! ,, K -fir, i 'E .1. 'N ' f . I 'Z ' f.. ' ' L 1' , 0' 1 'vYif ,1-' ll- WN' 'f ,J -v' A W ,T ai '- P W 'YEXA ' 5 i .A ..,,f 1 .. -r - A--M i asa. L1 ' , A 2 "'-r "' S A 1.11 ction begins with the opening tip-off in the finals of the dent Council sponsored intramurals. Deca Students Win During the school year, DECA members took field trips to several businesses involved in merchandising. Visits were made to the Sears Distribution Center, the American School of Broadcasting, and the French Market all of which are lo- cated in Columbus area. Members of DECA participated in District DECA Contests. Bill Blankenship placed lst in radio advertising. Tim Hawk was lst in food marketing. In public speaking, Dan Clark placed 3rd. Receiving Honorable Men- tion were Beth I-Iout for product display, Faith Evans for job interview, and Stan Sipe in mathematics. At the Annual Banquet Teresa Barnett was chosen the Outstanding Female DECA Student and Tim I-lawk was chosen the OutStanding Male DECA Student. In District Contests BI ' lm,-,Luv-I X, lg, GI.. In x ' .? ABOVE: C-Mart store manager shows DE student Diane Laci vita one of the many drug items on sale at the store. LEFT: At Campbell Auto Supply, Rick Campbell and Brian Moore look up a part number. DECA: FRONT ROW: Tim Hawk, Debbie Knight, DeeDee Shaw, Teresa Barnett. ROW 2: Charmaine Le- vering, Diane Lacivita, Tami Stansbery, Lesa Westbrook, Faith Evans, Beth I-lout. ROW 3: Terry Carr, Dan Clark, Dave Doran, Mark Lewis, Brian Moore, Mike Wilson, Mr. Forrest Byron. ROW 4: Bill Blank- enship, Debbie Shoaf, Rosco Kuenzer, Marvin Hartman, Dave Rizor, Doug Sipe. BACK ROW: Mike Se- bring, Stan Sipe, Gerry Meyers, Les Morgan, Rocky Nelson, Tim Brady. -Absent: Mark Ireland, Charlotte Lyons, Nancy Newson, Wes Williams, Renee Lackey, Patty Sheets, Vickie Compton, Donna Mynhier. I Fl ' 4 I C Is Intramural Basketball Champion Mark Sterritt demonstrates various brazing techniques used in industrial arts. RIGHT: jim Bruckerdemonstrtes leather crafting at the Fes- tival of the Arts. At the State IAC Convention at Springfield, Ohio, mem- bers of Mount Gi1ead's IAC received several awards. The club received the 3rd place award in the Outstanding Club competition and lst place in the Parliamentary Procedure contest. Individual winners were: jim Davis lst place in the Senior Division Practical Drawing contestg jim Brucker 2nd place on the General Knowledge Test and 3rd place in the Senior Division Research Paper Writing contestg Brian Bishop Honorable Mention in the Senior Division Research Paper Writing contestg and Joe Richardson lst place in the Junior Division Practical Drawing contest. jim Brucker attended the IAC National Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana, and was named 1st Runner-up Outstanding Industrial Arts Student in the nation. During the year, members of IAC lined the football field before home games, built the bon- fire for the Homecoming pep rally, painted football helmets for the athletic department, and went on a field trip to Ma- rion Power Shovel. The club also participated in the Festival of the Arts. In the high school intramural basketball league, IAC's team won the championship this year. ' ' W ' NRL.. , 1' w. fb YL. INDUSTRIALARTS CLUB: FRONT ROW: Brian Bishop, Jeff Harper, jim Brucker, Jeff Sweeney. ROW 2: Shawn Thomas, joe Richardson, Duane Hoffman, Marvin Hartman, Tom Adams, Bud Butterfield. BACK ROW: Les Morgan, Marty Miller, Carl Mynhier, John Benedict, Mike Hayes. Art Club Repairs ToWn's Nativity Figures During the year, members ofArt Club participated in many projects. As a community service project, the club refurbished and repainted the figures for the Mt. Gilead's nativity scene. Candle making and the holding of a one-day Christmas bizarre in front of I-licl4son's Insurance and Realty helped finance the club's activities. Each year Art Club a- wards a scholarship to a member for further study in the field of art. This year's recipient was Jane Welling. In May, Art Club aws joined by IAC and the Choir in sponsoring the Fes- tival of the Arts. ,Um an V. , ,. -,K A ..-H' Alice Chapman works on a quilling project. V T, ,,,, 1- Vw-...4 Art teacher jo Gerhardt watches Cindy Chapman operate an inlcle loom at the festival. Hines?-4 'aammvvf ini. j-e jon Benedict and Lannie Baer repair the nativity figures for Mt. Gilead. Jane Welling puts the finishing touches on a painting. ,N ,, ,,.,5gg rib., y .-. ., at F '- A Till' A 1 g ' T -' M ". e. f."P' 1" ay' "il It lr- ' 'I l , - FV' 5' ffl if It 1' 'B-" nf l 'dbg' " .A f..17u ', R? N. 'S 'W ' L! 2 ' ' -vm ' 3 gff Q: -ge -'ig-E V 1 Q ' fy MG he ' ' , K X 1 Mary Rodman works on a painting in art class. HI A L RJ .B , B 2 K' 'KL' ' lv., 123 1. Art Club oficers Julie Fisher, Fritz Blankenship, and Cindi Luane Campbell paints candles to be sold by the club Chibis display candles to be sold at the bizarre. ,Z S 23' 'Sie-"'v in Mary Beth Long demonstrates string art at the Festival. Sharon Jones demonstrates wood inlay. ART CLUB: SEATED: Judy Barker, Fri11 Blankenship, Cindi Chibis. ROW 2: Mrs. Jo Gerhardt, Patti l-Iamsher, Jane Welling, Trent Thomas, Coleen Barker, Beth Powell. ROW 3: Carl Mynhier, jon Benedict, Eric Wright, Dan Clark, Lori Farris, Linda Belbot, Donna Gray. ROW 4: Nancy Richardson, Debbie Benedict, Denise Michal, Susie Coldwell, Laura Reutter, Cheryl Booth, Julie Williams. BACK ROW: David Castle, Jodi I-Iershner, Laura Nesbitt, Mary Rodman, Rocky Nelson, Lisa Tinch, Cindy Chapman, Suszanne Bardo, Tammy Farris. kr The Choir Gets New Robes This Year The Mount Gilead High School Choir took on a new look this year. Following a successful fund-raising campaign by all music department students, the Choir was outfitted with . .A new robes. Mrs. Jacqueline Howell also became the Choir's in new director. The entire Choir gave performances at the Christmas and Spring Concerts with the Christmas perform- ance centering around a cantata entitled "Its the Lord's Thing". A mixed ensemble composed of choir members entertained at several community activities including a program for the Senior Citizens. onrznzucz E , . nu 5 ABOVE: Mrs. Howell directs the choir at graduation. LEFT: Members of the Mixed Ensemble are Mike Rhonda Sutherland, Mark Wilcox, Kathy Meyer, son, Carla Curts, Vincent. Brown, Kathy Wenger, Lesa Fost- er, Dennis Dumbaugh, Julie Fisher. CHOIR: FRONT ROW: Julie Maher, Tammy Hatten, Kim Little, Lina Hutchinson, Peggy Carr, Colleen O'Sullivan. ROW 2: Teresa Merriman, Crystal Richards, Julie Conley, Mary Jane Ford, Chris Easteridge, Jane Shade, Al Hutchinson, Steve Kempton, Carol Brey, Cindy Gandee, Linda Dixon, Jocelyn Welling, Tammi Lillie, Becci Guiher, Becky West. ROW 3: Carla Curts, Peggy Lyons, Monica I-Ioltrey, Linda Belbot, Jean Jones, Nancy Newson, Mark Wilcox, Mike Stump, Mike Wilson, Tim Brady, Brenda Trumbo, Becky Cass, Barb Nance, Kim Otten, Debbie Whipple, Patty DeBord, Tami Thomas, Kathy Wenger, Director Jacqueline Howell. BACK ROW: Alice Chapman, Sandy Warner, Jody Moore, Kathy Meyer, Judy Butterfield, Rhonda Sutherland, Vincent Brown, David Hickson, Pat Jackson, Mark Evans, Lesa Foster, Jody Hershner, Juli Fisher, Laura Nesbitt, Julie Rizor, Jo Anne Day, Connie Hedrick, Kim Augenstein. Winter Weather Curtails Band Activities The Concert Band, under the direction of Michael Haw- kins, performed throughout the winter and spring. Band mem bers played at both the Christmas and Spring Concerts. The annual solo! ensemble contests in Mansfield were cancelled due to the severe winter weather, thereby eliminating one of the band's important activities. Mark Ohde and Dawn Miller, members of the Uumpef quaf' Music department students pick up candles to be distributed tet, play at the Spring Concert. to purchasers- CONCERT BAND: FRONT ROW: Linda Bowen, Julia Todd, LuAnn Brown, Lori Farris, Luane Campbell, Kathi Philbrook. ROW 2: Mary Beth Long, Randy I-Ielt, Gail Zwick, Jody Grimm, Cindy Chapman, Annette Westbrook. ROW 3: Coleen Barker, Becky West, Vincent Brown, Mark Ohde, Dawn Miller, Don Ohde. BACK ROW: jane Myers, Mark Craven, Brenda Trumbo. Flag Corps Ends Second Season At MGI-I This was the second year for the Mount Gilead High School Marching Band's Flag Corps. The Corps, led by Beth Butterfield, was made up of 16 girls who participated in all band activities and performances. The Flag Corps has added a lot of flash to the band's performances on the playing field. ,. --an ,.,.,,,,,--H AQ:-M: 1.54.5-J": W X gg ""'L""4l 1 , l ,JL gf, - Y Y vw, ,WY The Flag Corps awaits the "Forward March" at pre-game. Af the Homecoming Game: the Flag COYPS leads the band down the field. mil n Liga E Lfnwinffi LQ, L VW! 3 , l X 1 ' J gig' ' " .' ' i 4. - - 'ill e I L - Q FLAG CORPS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Chris Holt, Connie Bowersmith, Rhonda Tihill, Jane Welling, Kathy Meyer, Cindy govtf, Laura Nesbitt, Sue Fitzgerald, Colleen O'Sullivan, Lesa Foster, Tami Farms, Tuesa Merriman, Rhonda Irons, Jean eta - 96 Eighth Graders March With Band This year for the first time, the Marching as a Band under the direction of Michael Hawkins admitted eighth graders to its ranks. The program Worked well to expand the number of students in the band. The Band marched in the Homecoming, Veteran's Day, and Memorial Day parades, as well as, performing at all home and away football games. Also, the Band performed at a Tag Day Concert. The Band's announcer was Mike Barnett. LEFT: The Band dances in one of its marching routines. .vit ' A7"i 'f,., if if1,!s'3 ii ,N W'-9 z-15 x. Ps ' "4 1, , 75-3' 111 " is 5T'f"'9' All 2" ,.,', l.lR,'l,.'lg'A', ,-,,, gn! V hg fe-ai, was J 1 at ,1,:-'lIgiH,1 5,r ,,,l,.,- ,. ,JE .I 4 xl flgil' it 1: Q7 A-kiibq E , r-R, i Q F? Eff ' . H' i ' iaiiif f lf 1, Nl? if 'f 'Fi J l I m ""f'i :ii il if N 11" L ','i-'XG nv l Mr. Hawkins The seniors are the core of a successful band. Senior members of the band are 11 ra y. Jane Welling, Mary Beth Long, Kathi Philbrook, Cheryl Nesbitt, Linda Bowen, Terry Helman, Jo Ellen Hull, Jane Myers, Cindy Farris, Becky West. MARCI-IING BAND: Majorettes: Kathy Chapman, Mary Beth Long, Connie Hedrick. FRONT ROW: Crystal Richards, Sheila Campbell, Jane Myers, Fritz Blankenship, Mike Smith, Julie Maher, Robin Meyer, Mark Craven. ROW 2: Becky West, Mark Ohde, Vincent Brovm, Terry I-Ielman, Roger Wellman, Jim Bailey, Coleen Barker, Dawn Miller, Carmen Yake, Sharon Bachelder, Barb l-larritos. ROW 3: Cindy Farris, Lisa I-lull, Cindy Chapman, Stacie Anderson, Susanna McClelland, Jodi Grimm, Cheryl Nesbitt, Linda Bowen, Carol Hildebrand, Gail Zwick. Judy Evans, Connie Farris. 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Cljliiilll sop mms. 'I' con 'Qelors :we 5tu1e11f.s to ir Voc 1111 ml pro l'liv,-' as p:11'i ec5,11cx1iio1'1 voc:1tio11. 'l W3 local ho. solwe are me proqessizsg app gm .1 Eli Tri-F1 deaf! lie for : reg 1 1' schoclu I-Tb. El. lnlore, and ju11l-'mrs za1'1 l'i'lllll.lL'2liL' wiih local school c Cipel 2111il,1'o1' 3 they CL111 mnlae doci sions, whim 1 5 Graduate In Commencement Exercises Class President Rebecca West and Student Council President Kerry Osborn leads the Class of 1977 onto the field. .n... Commencement exercises were held on June 5, 1977 on the Mount'Gilead High School athletic field. Although the weather looked threatening, the rain held off until graduation was over. One hundred and twenty-five seniors received their diplomas at the ceremony. Speeches were given by Class President Becky West, Valedictorian Mike Fitzgerald, and Salutatorian Caren Machen. Superintendent Clayton Duselc presided over the exercises. Valedictorian Mike Fitzgerald delivers his speech entitled "Strive for the Best". After receiving their diplomas, members of the class move their tassels from the right to left side of their caps. N -u , if X2 all. 4 "Climb Every Mountain" is the title of Caren Machen's salu- tatorian address. LEFT: Caps fly into the air as seniors await the recessional. 99 Football Homecoming '7 6 Beautiful fall weather cast its chilly crispness on the Homecoming activities on October 14, 15, and 16. Act ivities began with the tradi- tional bonfire and homecom- ing parade. The parade con- sisted of class and club floats, football players, cheerleaders, queen candi- dates, and the band. In pre- game ceremonies, Caren Machen was announced as the team's selection as Homecoming Queen of 1976. After the crowning, co-cap- tains Philip Ward and jerry Cooper congratulated the new queen with kisses. To end the excitement of the evening the Indians drowned the Big Walnut Eagles with a 22-13 Victory. This win helped the team to share in the Mid- Ohio Conference Champion- ship. With the students' sup- port, the Homecoming was a tremendous success. sUz1 COLDWELL MARY JO ADAMS The team gets fired up before the game. "Mr. Bremigan . . . are you in there?" fb xg Q9 - 'W 'True happiness is illustrated by the heart-warming smiles on these proud .. ' 5 J girls. . C' 'N' Y A J I s W' 14 C-Lt-.D Fw , f5 as W ., X 11" W VN' , 1 rn? .I 'V " Cm-en ' After the Thursday evening Homecoming Parade, students gather around the bonfire at the Pep Rally. W v ,lf .- 1 The Homecoming Com't--Suzi Coldwell, Queen Caren Ma- Players hustle onto the field as the Band plays the fight song. chen, Retireing Queen Lynn Butterfield, and Mary Jo Adams --huddle together to keep warm. 101 l977 Basketball Homecoming The 2nd Annual Basketball Homecoming was held on Ianuary 28, 1976. The success of the night Was highly related to the smashing Vic- tory over North Union. The Indians scored 96 points against the Wildcats. The crowning of the new queen was held at half-time of the Reserve game. Caren Machen was chosen by the Mount Gilead to reign as queen. 1977 Basketball Homecoming Queen Caren Machen. FRONT ROW: junior--Patty Sheets, Sophomore--Kelly Mc- Clelland, Frosh--Becci Guiher. BACK ROW: Senior--Suzi Coldwell, Queen Caren Machen, Retiring Queen Peggy Sutherland. nv? L L4 Senior Attendant Suzi Coldwell is escorted to her seat by Te Redick and Jerry Cooper. l The queen's escorts are Rosco Kuenzer and Mike Sebring. Retiring Queen Peggy Sutherland crowns the new queen. Couples dance to the soft music. w W A Z1 King Tim Cover and Lesa Westbrook reign over the dance. of Junior Attendant--Carla Curts, Sophomore Attendant- -Julie Fisher, Queen Lesa West- brook, Senior Attendant--Caren Machen, Frosh Attendant--Becci Guiher. lr J, Winter Holly Prom On a cold December evening, Christmas spirit filled the hearts of many Mount Gilead students. They and their dates attended the Holly Prom. Decorations and music all re- flected the relaxed holiday season. One of the highlights of the night was the crowning of the Christmas Dance King and Queen. GH Relays Court Beautiful sunny weather greeted spectators at the 1977 Mount Gilead Invita- tional. Queen Lesa West- brook and her court pre- sented the track winners with their awards and join- ed the crowd in cheering A the Indians on. T he Mount Gilead tracksters placed 3rd as the final results were tallied. ' 103 Julie Fisher Is P.T.A. Carnival Queen Freshman Attendant--Annette Westbrook, Retiring Queen--Caren Ma- 1976 Queen Caren crowns Julie Fisher as the new chen, Queen Julie Fisher, Junior Attendant--Karen Hawk. 1977 P,T,A , Car,-,iVa1 Queen. f fix' " - 4. ,J ,474 if ,'.'..- ' 1- if ' 1 ., N L Ei I N G Q. J' , Z ' A . .'f':,.l Queen Julie Fisher Tim Bland escorts the Soon'to'be queen' Coach Dale Creamer discusses the rules , t th B 14 tb 11 Thro . The P. T.A. Carnival was a e as e a W an exciting night for Mount Gilead. The motive of the Car- nival 'vvas to raise money for P. T.A. projects. The Cherry Street gym Was filled with various booths for fun and games and money-making activities. Each year a high school fresh- man, sophomore, or junior girl is selected to be Queen of the Carnival. 1976 Queen Car- en Machen crowned sophomore Julie Fisher as a result of a vote in the high school. The crowning of the 1977 Queen was the highlight of the evening. Buckeye Girls' State -wx-,-" .gf Q . 'Y' H .5 --.cm ., ,P' Q FRONT ROW: DELEGATES: Suzi Coldwell, Becky West, Jane Myers, Jo Ellen Hull, Kathi Philbroolc. BACK ROW: ALTERNATES: Carlene Baer, Jane Welling, Kim Fox, Cheryl Nesbitt. Debbie Knight not pictured. Buckeye Boys' State FRONT ROW: DELEGATES: Mike Fitzgerald, Jim Brucker, Jerry Cooper, Tim Hawk. BA CK ROW: ALTERNATES: Keith Irwin, Kerry Osborn, Dan Hayes. Each year eight out- standing juniors are select ed to attend Buckeye Boys' State and Buckeye Girls' State which is sponsored by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary respectively. Girls' State was held at Capital University from June 12-20, 1976, and Boys' State at Ohio Univer- sity from June 19-22, 1976. The purpose of these meet- ings is to give young men and Women an opportunity to gain practical experi- ence in the workings of our political system by taking part in a mock government. Leadership qualities, mor- al character, interest in American government, and academic record are con- sidered in the selection of participants. 'IOS Senior Class Presents On December 9th, 10th, and 11th, the Mount Gilead Senior Class presented their version of John Pa11'ick's comedy "The Curious Savage". The plot centered around Ethel P. Sa- vage, a kind-hearted, wealthy widow, who is committed to a sanitarium by her stepchildren because of her attempts to give away "the family fortune" through her happiness fund. In the end, she finds that the inmates, who are thought of as outcasts, have more human kindness than the supposed- ly sane people on the outside. David Hammond, high school speech and drama teacher, directed the production with Karen Culbertson sewing as assistant director. , lrf HJQA 'mf "A 'ii 4 I our 44. it -3 K S gnu' :o.l..-ALA.. Ju.. " I hate everything in the world but most of all I hate light- ning, skunk cabbage, custard, mustard, spiders, blisters, girdles, mice, bees, keys, ragweed, chloroform, rhubarb, barnacles, bats, broken glass, eels, crumbs, drunks, tomb- stones, gallstones, salt, and thunder." c'The Curious Savage" I see one -- two -- three strange people --- and they're coming in here. " "Use the truth drug on her. Then we can make her talk. " As Hannibal begins to play his version of "The Flight of the Bumble Bee", Mrs. Savage feels it ia quite appropriate to her scheme. r v 5 9 xg, 1 e icAsii' 1 Jo.'E11enjHu11 Rob Sutherland i52.11F1Y Graham 'D Cldrk The F 'A Tigps . ' .1 Bi11wB1a'n1genshi , fi Y Saviiniei . . .f'.- .,. . f.: .5 . . .Tim,Coveif i l iilfie. s a'..o up c 1 Yu ,ox L u 1 oLinda Bowen ,J--V I l?,a fbi'-of-ia' U44'J.?'Nl 0 1 K, X, Wilhelming. ., Q ' . . . . Candy"PaU:ersoi1, I ,, John Tflignixgia ., ,. . jeremie West 1 , 'lDi.i1'ector . 1.' . . . dl. . . . David Hammond, 1 14 Agssisigant,-Dirhectorv , . . . . Karen--Culbertson Y: Student D.irf-gator . . .Stage Manager . .V s. . Kathy-Hobsong ' Jane.Myers, , X Hannibal, Florence, and Jeffrey pass the time with a daily game of cards. Mrs. Savage takes one last look at the "C1oisters". I 1, ' gi-?1'ecky'WeSt X ' ' f "No jeffrey, climbing on chairs is women's work. MEN have mountains, which book did you want?" "I notice one of its eyes is gone. It must have dropped out in the office. I'11 look as soon as they go. " "The Mousetrap" Is Junior Class Play Agatha Ch.ristie's thrilling mystery "The Mousetrap" was presented by the Class of 1978. The scene is post-war Britain, in a boarding house recently taken over by newlyweds. After all the guests arrive, the house, Monlcswell Manor, becomes snowbound and a mur- der takes place. Every character is sus- pect, and only in the last minutes of th e play is it determined that Trotter, the mysterious policeman, is the culprit. With the final curtain call of the Junior Class play "Mousetrap", an era of class play theater productions at Mount Gilead High School ended. Starting with the 1977- 78 school year, all plays will be all-school theater productions. A tap is heard at the window, Giles Ralston pulls back the drapes to reveal a night traveler - Sgt. Trotter. RIGHT: Sgt. Trotter assembles the snow- trapped guests in the front hall of Monlfswell Manor to gather informaiion concerning the recent murder. Mollie Ralston comes down to a dark front hall, switches on the lights and discovers one of her guests, Mrs. Boyle, has been murdered. 108 E 7 +4 e 2 6 I Ar v 4 ,. u . wig . T-SI , . RIGHT: Christopher Wern knows that everyone suspects him to be the mur- derer. Junior-Senior Prom Held At High School The 1977 Junior-Senior Prom, for the first time in many years, was held at the high school. Following the theme "Knights in White . Satin, "the Junior Class dec- orated the cafeteria and gym in the style of old castles. After a formal dinner in the cafeteria, the Prom-goers ' ,A Went to the gym Where the Larry Lucas Band provided P music for the formal dance. After the dance, the juniors and their guest Went either to Marion for bowling or to the Cherry Street gym for volleyball and other recrea- A tion. To complete the night's festivities, a breakfast was r g I served by Iunior Class par- n x i l I . . junior Class President Lesa Foster MC's "Where will they be in 199O?" Class I ents In the Cafeterla' the program at the Dance. prophesies are read by Cindi Chibis and Vincent Brown. The Furnisses and Duselfs enjoy themselves at the Prom. ABOVE: The Class Wills are read by Student Council members Colleen O'Sullivan and Bill Conaway. RIGHT: Patti Hamsher, Brenda Cooper, and Brenda Nance 'fl help decorate the gym. 110 This intricately decorated cake in the shape of a castle was baked by Mrs. Earl Brake, mother of Junior Tony Brake. Junior Wes Williams strings crepe paper to create a false ceiling in the gym. These three couples display the formal style of dress for the evening. ff Prom-goers chat and listen to the music of the Larry Lucas The After-Prom at the Cherry Street gym provides a time Band. for informal recreation. 111 " .ll l.xlJ K, C101 :ilu tl UI LLLLS .HA.l"Xlll!'J kkfll' P' V' ,'YT?x ' K . 'I xl Iluyax :.uLL, L.1-V .,1l1w.nx'..:l amz, ln..ux,1 A Hoi, Ut! LA, ,iv U N6 Ujdgmg Fiwc. with piles:-n ln Daryl-on l-rica,-Q. 101. Z: GMO TAOMHG MCE time pichuw and Second halls' Bull the Scots Vnccmbv , mci,-Q5 153 LO 13 Wm wel. e.,1,.lg:pc1ii1Lcsin'ffr's1e11 and it was msg lr,-iggm. .mm wig, A 18 to allowed the Indians to imgh Hump. J 4.-, V-V - -- V - . ' . . . - , . .. to . . - ii. .. . . ouiilaivqv we l'o't t mr ft- -A . ' -:eww lf:d!,L1-:f.ai.frnite1,13 .A ' ' 0 is .v1x1Jtlnlitil!xe Mil. y 5 l G-, Q-1 WP 1 mf-f ev if f-f. " ' , M. M uw ML fmmd mmm! wQ.., Uw N , ing all the way. The Scots marie Qgilillmgaini mg lcsmiims .mul I 35. galil l im lhtzr-Us to .la 1... X Lefgua pk.-., and .,5,.i.y much mv an eazly lnwlh cluaxtex mlb .OW junio, D I . .- f L' .+L J ,.. .A ' . ' . , , . .l. . 1 , - L - ' A. . V . , A su he at mornin x. l goal, L.GmGm.,,H ...ah a31.Q,.,1 pus... ..-that out them ap oythicepolnls. N, -Olfan, C- '-: lmlir is fled ivlifxpo 41 I-1J'l5HCl'lCS. ' 2 indians pulled away again .QM Dfpffj' xffa 5,,.-MFC.. .mood .gm .ix huns o.tf,en'apt by the nclnns 'Big '1,l,.'51,mg5 fgQ.fL.,mmg Champs has as much as seven points Q?-il .QET ' glwlw ,51,3.l1.Aam5.x.A,.m.m late in the game went had an-il and ,,m,.5Q...SD,. league 1-.Wm-, before the Scots came back ' 'DQEEUQA K F.. ..,-QQ. Q3 ami' Wrmmg Till get the bell at the Indians Rei' late inthe game. ' U., 25, it ' :fi lll1ElK"l3Q.Sf. g.gz.,nn- oi' L 1 E :tl GML Gllqecl Iedfat cFuf?1'L.9Ff and !X's'i1lDp1C .A Q21 giggguqggd 15113 L N D 1.1 to 16, 39 to 30, llllf, LL'Zi1lf:'CA Shoi pug. Q 1 Walnutur1l.i.fgei.l1ei'lla li, 59 iff 53 S0153 WU? UK? 1353 ML-1fAr5,7 EQ' 365.5 1 . .K . ' l - r '- J' 1 1' - ine groin' '.'.'iinthrcr- Elgin lfllnlfles- M l L t glfgwg and gg, C .ng wins bln in their n A 5510025 f0U12h qudmef Get' -my 317 y Egmgg gh., 5,0 ,mfense and balanced scoring ,-,- N. . A .. . E . . H L .hncles. llillll soinetl1.ui5Yg' 1.31514 than se Ll' 519390 U39 Ifldlflflfl ln U79 IMG Rmqch Cm 13 5. 5 3131, 5 or the game.. f . F ' ' ' , u. H n , Y - K Q M D . h ,- , . - - LNG? l'l.U, me lflCl1ULllS Sc:Gl'er5l1i'5i,aml lin? indians made lil first V'-CU'll'5' Ul"i'f'NOI'i31 Lflllfilll 5119, fhe,mm3n5' P1 41551 by we 100-vg1-5 dagg- aheati ii tc U. l5ll1'll'Zlll11.'il 1.lf?U.'Yil:E to but :sight fifll' Big Q , 'gomgilnwf?l?1'f1nf11fI'?Ul9: E391 12,43 Alafugh .mi mcg..-...ww..,g,i,.,3,.,..6 ,..g,,..., The fmms .,,C!.C rigs-vm films-iQ.l1 fizlliecl both 553. bug l1m1U3U we SCQHS to Jas YJ ,m..,iS CMG, 13 U. Fl-lt. tllllcagi ,Chr--. ,ii greisgalim-fl fm-QQ times for .15 .oi the Mi. Giirfiugi i.o:.lcIn1ie'.1.'r1s:, 3-5 l30mL5,V9-imlll if ' Sprint medlev: 29.291-Q LQ fry...-1 ggi mtl? '5,-nygiel .xml mg Xl'gzlnni.,th- .U .getting the First on seconcj. .vigil-sr:EJ1f!1iil-EY-'Q Q. 'EP' Headley, Nlacilclz' indians Cufllztl 3 gli-il ,lgihlw ...uu,Q-PW. ALM l1LlEll'lC.l' in-.'o-yard. f:-last which ie ,dQ5'l1U?,.10 M-Us mn. T rMff"' f '..oi.2.- up-W. a'l..l..i.- was VOILOWQG by -121 F2021lf1'19S mi' adm-96-Q5-' n miller' A ' UL ' " -'J' ..n: .. it . ..,...e.: ' iff-f - Mft "" '. ' "wr Q H A I Wwqlonsanip la" P16QQ:si'.enK,9Q- 'bgflxcloiciu 1 dum adhhe and R. lmll O-IGI !'lff7'l ' GU ,W mfg--5 ' irg' fjl' Fi ' ' -, l.1ar'f'ixe Cooper to llarren Tricia lf., fbvlf L, ', 'X Lf' bf , - - . S30 FUN! RCU lb... .1i,'.. M- ..-ie... mg I . ,. W, .. , Q. , Q' l ,lee ochei players hit lox W l, Im TZ.. . . " . - lid 1"lai-Um., vw. .. ii' i7+L"douhle fiffures for the 'kia :O f"mi'b' DD GMD QUE' L-UQ' l-'WZ 'V vi1'f107J2Cfl 115.12 ii.: law 71''.'lll.lllfmc.d.lTi-' .wzareiis ent ll- ll.aipe1"iod in .Qi .HQ ',Nffj'iX, 3 WL L1 . If -- 2 SHG-5 .lnrmr ilzahl five i1ifPSL'O1'f3 gi... ,,. ,M 19. 0.-.,i..,-, :H W...-Lys.,-, ., sawn mmf TD T.. fl U1-J -- 1-shdnf CS 9- .. -V .mddu gh CMG we . V. f.,f..'.- .1 .ff-V: ' .. S " i .. L WW 'L' It 'M 'int' L' 'Y "HUC . j.'unll11llZll'1ll,ll noints. . 4 1.-. -. PM-. 1 fill-fffeml'Q1WQfMuCPO- 'ls..a.l..d that its 0V91wfi1GP . Qnleao tome a.iv.'.l:wi:aggf: of Ma iczge ..-ls: 1 anne ul Lfufi :mo ner reinlm'a1Ja1r.'olextrapolnt, A 6? '6,..-.1., in the ffm 1 '-.mia 55-' TWV Ure? .agle ihnlhle for Lllifll lirst .hslz1lln..:i has Jubl la-fe SG-Z'Ull'LlS .ollowmg ine lnaiuns SCG1'x.,- . .. I, Qlm Mana,-,Q 3-mf... lib" e. lsife Walnut 5iz':'hiniecl and fha- un-e will f. airrze nf":l-ill. wl':iL:'1 the ?i:n'on': tailed to - l Q Al ' ' W' -1-. " . " 2 f . ' 'iff' 5 " :,.,f ' , ,.' , in vs.. 4 Huenzcei' lCSCl"ll'l .. , . . ,rn-zpaci l'et1c3vf11'en zghelrsh NA. iehe zlaacattmetro15hez'lz':oi:i1e nefzt on il ,fel pass loilow 3 .021 fx., -f-nhl Hsu? 320 dd5UZ IX. 1 the third nlziu' of llitwzzrhe liafvierl-1 ole:-ffll .ln iilf' inn 'ill in ilieirs. ' ' 16 . Qswff' ,fn 1 ' - Davis QNT1 29.02 a . . . . j W. ' . 5 g. . , L' fm. U11 .l I mf. ' ' the indian nl-gli ell. AlL:.l'Qv'i' rarest wifzi .ilu flomas. ina ine -Hflnnersa won the 11251: . , Q. , ...L .- 5. 1, :--no. ' ' ...lc . 1 Q I L AOL :LLL W-1 ,ol N .pqgn 70 I - 11- f In g-ge' 1 C. I- ay. an Ol-lllGl1'Q tl' 0. at ' to :A A lwliddaug .5 lzlkhu Qlirllt the losers goal Ines C31 or :Vip wifi? Qfifll-:1l3.23. 5 ' ...rd hwgnf the Scots Vanaged .SL l Q., ' 'Al ljlwuli from the fi-Z ., . O Mi. di earl gir ' W . at the fonf li 1 lfighland made desi ,tc their io -.loo :inn il was ten up 515 . .r .- 4 , , , M . lll Ui'.i'1 and i .llead made Calholxe. lhurscf plays, Wlllll . ln: l1.fLLQHg'f-2 MOL 1.,.... ,. ljlxl ,:'. 'L - flow 4. fklle Lu-. -.'. 'tml i . ' Ki 'vt' Ulf ll 1-wllzniffea the lr .vay with 51. :tl im' 1123 with Dennis in times the airways The win- aerizlls for losers Conn' ol' nine for f toss was 1 to fumble ingie live- s the Baron three mis anis in in in inc sea-en: - ht . .. ttf. .V izzrclled oil me lncjlizlns seo " "ff II'!Clilli!S GY- gpd lL Tl Ml lv .lm ccneslsic-fl xl'll'Df:2"9 21? K g.r.nalt,,. ,pin tht ' three punts tales. U S U 3-16 U' D U 6m 6 ing: TDS- in H nan onllctl mm . .: Frizslie - Q, l'fiQlC3iJCl' PRES: lckeycval' shall for the Q.-.U L. ,..,, ,,l.,.., ,..-,,. ,, .,.L,.. M .-. . - illlliii.. tm- aug ML, ggi.-.fnl lm! li ni' lll:lQ. rm- fiilnufl mmerg defeated ..'l5-l-.. 1' xl lui 13351 1 em.-All ,a,, tr. -el.. :': Kent Baker makes one of his jump shots that is so familiar to Mt. Gilead basketball fans. in a Mid- lme played use at lx-lt. ilk J.l Llzi' ALI had Li llrrsl ' - mm! if M Q During ins basketball career, Kent scored 1838 5 mth Wm pill the hall points and led the MOC in scoring for the last fear and it 17 Gi 24: Dave C ', staf .2 for the Scots, n1isse.kf!egam'QfCause of illness. l-le wat 'NQQlE!l2SC?V Kevin Squires wh ethinto had some outs formances. l'l2lfl'lj' Chapma. wnzncr. She loo nigh jump at ll'4 J trouble early. Stare TJTEZEQGL 'hut at 31 1 i,,,,4:' iw! .. v.".Li.. an UA., 514.135 Llle scsi cd Inf .an a rim in the third inningmutth lndians exploded for four in tie filth. Seating pitcher J eff Ha rp- er walked, went to second on a tgvo ruas, Te1i'yRedi' mingled, 2 V7l l0ll Ped Onan err-or by the Kgonarch second school ree:- 'wes with 21 hoax "lin 'uno was : in the . " C11 Q8 - Vt. 1, 4 Alice jfpma f daugh and field C7Ll.L.,. The mile -ela Butterfield, Gre Frida , cmgwm 54153.19 ine EWLOILKTCIZS came mek with The xt meet two runs in the last of the filth Pl . ant, April 9 and Mt. Gilead held slim 4-3 Slot put: Chap lead gong into the seventh ani QSM Lux CMC? linal frame., Gb, i" f IU 29' 314 liiosco liuenzer opc-wwe MCD 14' ' lndian seventh when he 'imed 'wk l3' 3-lffl a trinlc and he scored 'x Kevinmilh 12' 9" Gatl1sln.ll's singleo QJGT Discus: Chapr doubled and Gaflill SX: 2", LUX O10 99 what proved tus unplug ple ClNlGDA 92' if run when 'F' lvona-.fn third C ap man CMC? seeker dug Minnie" 'lpopup ' ,, tj Tha rc H ' ed txvoNfwSp medleg the 01 X of t seventh. bm bo' Shoemalie Colfer Q lout nf th- ' f . t' theirlfonki' mound 9 hiwlluefes' Nori H A H . seven 'he fan L seven lvlaglres 'Chitty we lwgglef- we three years. As a senior, Kent was named to OC recol 'Sud w pk- fi threegsovg 00, 13121. 1':1-.- . 1 L,--'N ..,',1 l f-tl'ffflf.1ff,0f"tHi the All-Ohio Class AA Second Team, and was Hum UQ. .K . .lkldx cleleatvfa. .-9.8100-yard, GHS U5 dw'-LL fi NU . . ll ll HHGGYOD Ci xiao went the chat. : f r 125333 Nlagiureg -inf swlml mu named District II Player of the Year . to 2-3, 1 -ysvule, gaming SiX0.7 5 f.,OViMMC313.U. e will Flifflllif 1.111 A W b U , ..,., W-, ...- . ..., - second loss v .liking four, Mile dash: Dist w.:.'.l:c U! Eiig-, lwflileinnizlwvrl at hlaygfgvnille.. AL iq It of fhe 533,599 to the indians Crgoper and llarpereach had Miller CMG? 6:4 lainie., 'fhegs tonal 'lnelsiclioil wflhe lIldl2?t1lS tzplfecljheli Dvef' Wm, an Carney 1955 Coming m 3 Single and double for ML Gila CMG? 6:49.9- hz-11' :Will 251 fm.-1 ra'm,-frnrftl all l"GCO1'CliO li-0 will: we win, ,the Cardilgmn holiday murnau Gad and Kuenzer had a Single in 440-dash: Cha 1' the field, V H E and advanced to the Seetiomzl num? urlrlifinn tn hic H'w-on-lxnrmo1- 'l ij.. 'x.14flf-lnnfrh fh Indian Golfers Have Winning Season A--.Lf--7--,T-,..,-Q -.- Q-arm,-Y,-5-f ff:-1 -v- 1: -. ' 1-if-,, T -if-T? A -,,-.V fx! .1 ,. W John Graham tees off. Laurie Smith lines up a putt. L A... I ' PM L- . "'f .."' " - J' '1 'I 'ii' 'i"':,. ' .1 1. i..n ,i A .. W ., 1 l The golf team at Mount Gilead High School compiled a record of 10-4-1 for the season. The Indians placed third in the MOC and fourth in the Sectional match. At the Bloom- Carrol lnvitational Match, Mount Gilead placed third. Jeff Fisher was the match medalist. Jeff was also team medalist for the 1976-77 season. LEFT: jeff Fisher is the team medalist for the season. 1 v , . ' . 'F , L A N I el.-T. l ' -T'-1 1 -- 5512, :L-'. -' - mf -L. "-""-- A an Q. 1 - , "1'fgr.-.jim--3-1'fy'-ij riirillzfiikfofwhg V 1:--KS T R 4-' FQSF -, AA Fmbirlzefri A ' Ill 54 T, , , , , V. L : ,X Tri ' .. 15i"E." '- iw-...V I va--..l4.,.-p-'K '."3gr". vi '4 sm-:W-ff. --U-'-" ' ' . ESE-'ctr Joe Bartley follows through with his drive. ..,.i..,.. b Chris Harritos smokes a long drive. Rosco Kuenzer tees up. 113 -' .-.fe .. - 'M 4 1 ,i- ',w e . - " ir- , . 1-,df - rams- ff- '7..i-5'-Q-wia::h1:?'x N A ,Nxt 11 :5,.5,'l?!2i.-1 -f-NW "QT 1 1 " ,ffi'f-ling:-g.,3Eg51' -ii 1 ,f' ff,"wai:fe'El" '.Q-1 li 1. -o f .4 ix. rxfhfiaf- 4 ' 1 .- ws1f+g-,ni 11-aff .V 1 I ries. l if fxkxefrasif-aff?34E:ar1 :f'i',"f13".L..1T",' , 9, f- , 1' -1-' ',.Te'f'11-""? ' 3215341 , I A 'vfaggj .I ' -1 1:4-ia:-.au W ' - ' ,wr Indians Are M.O.C. Co-Champions In their final football game of the season, the Mount Ci- lead Indians defeated a spirited Highland team by a 16-6 score. This victory over the Scots made the Indians co-champions I with Marion Catholic. Both schools had 6-l records in MOC play with the Indians handing the Irish their only league defeat. Several Mt. Gilead players gained recognition on the MOC All-League team. Jerry Cooper, Jeff Harper, Tim Hawk, Phil Ward, and Keith Irwin placed on the first team. Stan Sipe, Garry Myers, Marvin Hartman, Phil Heacock, and Tony Brake received Honorable Mention. MOC individual scoring honors went to Indian fullback Marvin Hartman with eight touchdowns and four two-point conversions for a total of 52 points. The Indians led the MOC in scoring with 161 points in their 7 league contests. Jerry Cooper leads the way as Keith Irwin sweeps around the end. 3- ---"5f12.f7'- Je' LU' fJ:f-- 'A ' ' I X FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Tim Hawk, Keith Irwin, Jem' CQOPQT, J'effHa1'Pef, P1111 Ward' Kem' Osborn, Stan Sipe, Howard Guiher. ROW 2 : Coach Dale Brown, Coach Kris 31118: C0395 Robe-Vt Ca5tne1':BEflme1g-ilastlev Tony Brake, Kevin Gattshall, Gary Harman, Head Coach PaulBI'em1gan. ROW 3: IeffS:Wee11eY, il? 1? fipv d Gerry Myers, Clayton Hetrick, Dave Long, Randy Braden, Phil McChesney, Carl Mynluer,-ROW - R123 V? 311 a Marvin Hartman, Dave Rizor, Don McNamee, Phil I-Ieacock, Dan Roberts: Les MOFSHU, Elm Cave? T were Tim Bland, Darren Fricke, Jeff Harman, Mark Wilcox, Ken Hughes, 121614 T-Yle, Rl'-'lk Gu etts anwlflro ' BACK ROW: Lee Mullennix -- Mgr., Jon Benedict, Tom George, David Castle, Pat Jackson, Wes 1 iams. 114 ,,..x vs: ,ggi J E-nz -. -, .,,A'4.JJ4li!-. x 1 E3'fj'1f4"l-- . : ' :ff-.-M : 'A , -'P -vt. 'tg-"ff L Y! ' 'n ' .u-- , -, Nw 4 ' ' rx-rc 15,5 E . H, M' 1 '15 if-61. V V A uf,-f.p1ea.--v Lf- ug. x,Qag,x v V Q3 I .Y S "' R I . v !l. 1 N v all 'i? - ii mf ll.. -q . ' X W '-.m ' ' , ' Q ' ',,.":'1 ' 3, . "7" 132 HL", .,.fi5x,'gfIu"'x-, -WJ ': 4 .-., , :M ,4:,-,M L.-Y' F'-.-ff-r" v J., .-,Lg .. ,.,.,-9 - Qjwwijg, ,.71,.vL, 5,1 -f .L V .V Q- Q ' M. ,. .,... ,.A 1. - 1 - ' nf:'Ara-..g1',-H.-.-.-z-f,, , -,,,H ,..,.-., , a .. .,,. - fl - If P9 u g .q WN 1 I i + . 'zz-ff-Q51---IIwi.-1-Q-pf-.-is-2-ffl - 1 3 QL ' Q' Q :, 41f.g.2f+L,jLg: ii ' Lsffg... "fm avg, 1 .w V I. . 'T '.4., xg f - .534-L JJ -, 1 -fn: J", .- 'fl " im, 1 . " ' ' - V f vu 11 I N5 pm. 1 1. i1 rf ff :SN , ' nv-I xs . . Indians Are eoond In M.O.C. Competition The 1976- 77 Varsity Basketball Team consisted mainly of six seniors and one sophomore, five of whom were return- ing lettermen. These young men opened the season with three consecutive victories for the best Mt. Gilead basketball start in several years. After a heart-breaking, last-second, one-point loss to Wynford and the first of three losses to Cardington, the Indians came back with an exciting 2 point win over a tough Clearfork five. In the opening game of the Christmas Tournament, the Indians beat the Highland Scotties. In the championship game for the second year in a row, Mt. Gilead lost to the Cardington Pirates. Rebounding from that loss, the Indians responded with a great team victory over Northmor by landing three players in the 20 or more point column. Bad weather set in and games were postponed. The low point of the season came with a 10 point loss to Big Wal- nut. Again the Indians showed their come-back spirit with a great weekend against Marion Catholic and Colonel Crawford. Even though the weather was cold outside, the team was hot in scoring 82 and 104 points in the two games. Another super weekend followed with victories over Highland and Pleasant to extend the win streak to four games. The Indians bubble burst with their third loss of the year to the Cardington Pi- rates, but again the team came back with a. thrilling, hard- fought, 3 point victory over Buckeye Valley. Continuing with the third and fourth games in a nine-day stretch, Mt. Gilead ended the regular season with three straight wins in- cluding a 96-83 drubbing of North Union and a 114-83 trouncing of New Albany. Riding high as sectional tourna- ment play began, the Indians came up with a close 2 point victory over Elgin. Mt. Gilead's district hopes were dashed as Buckeye Valley came from a 15 point halftime deficit to ' , ,F N defeat the Indians 63-62 in the sectional final game. For the I f season, the Indians had some impressive team statistics by averaging 78 points per game, shooting 53M from the field, 1 4 'U and turning the ball over only 9.5 times per game. The t Q 5' . plays his zone. Indian players, Kent Baker, Terry Redick, Rosco Kuenzer, and Mike Sebring take the floor. regular season mark was 13-5 and the final won-loss record ,N F, was 14-6 for a successful season. M.O.C. All-Conference X V .,,, H: ld A A 4 X "" X Fig-'il team selections were Kent Baker and Rick Bending--lst Team, MJ- 2--7 '31 ee- ""i ' ' 'll' '-- '44-L 'Terry Redick and Rosco Kuenzer--2nd Team, and Jerry 0 Cooper and Mike Sebring--Honorable Mention. The Indian's defense works against Highland. Mike Sebring , I: , U X, ,V 1 li' if I . .1 Q3 ' . . q .- , 1 '? , ' , L. -,,., ,A f ' ' JR. f "is 3 'P bf- . . 11, , . , my i 'ir' Y . "I"-' -'e- --- hw " 1 i L. L -k X Elly 1 ga g, A I ,fn .1 5, F I 1 ' 5. 1 4. t 1 . Ting, tl. , , ,J , Kevin Robinson and Lee Mullennix are . -. L ' H - f -.af e T.. A- ' . X the basketball managers. Their job E X V S1 V ,N - '-1 fb- X 2' involves a lot of hard work and horse- Play from the team' Kent Baker brings the ball down floor- A11 eV'-is are on NO- 12: Je1'1'Y COOPER 116 rf X v R ,M y .,-.: Q , -M . S is 34- Q- fu ' 1 M' in X- , r J, ff -- K, 1 L , ,Jw -' , .Y -1.1- ' ,. im, I . ,X-N: ,, Rick Bending takes to the air for another Mt. Gilead score. Mike Sebring takes careful aim on the basket. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Head Coach Dale Creamer, Mgr. Lee Mullennix, Mgr. Kevin Robinson, Asst Coach Ron Thill. BACK ROW: Jerry Cooper, Dan Bending, Tony Brake, Rosco Kuenzer, Rick Bending, Kent Baker, Mike Sebring, Kent Osborn, Mike Holtrey, Brian Bishop, Terry Redick, Brian Halt. 117 Reserve Basketball Team Is 7-11 For Season Mount Gilead's Reserve Basketball Team completed their season with a 7-11 record. Brian Bishop led the team in scoring with 164 points. Brian's shooting average was 77M for freethrows and 45M from the floor. Tony Brake was second in scoring with 154 points and a 56M average for freethrows and 4006 from the floor. Jeff Harman was the team 's leading rebounder with 168. Kent Osborn was second in rebounds with 164 and third in scoring with 141 points. lichen! .. .... af Kent Osborn and Bryan Halt guard their man along the Jeff Harman goes up in an attempt to block a shot. sideline. RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: Randy Helt, Dan Bending, Brian Bishop, Jeff Harman, Kent Osborn, Tony Brake, Mike Holtrey, Bryan Halt, Coach Ron Thill. 118 .. I 1 Cheerleaders Are The Pride Of GH VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: FRONT ROW: Carla Curts, Mary Jo Adams, Brenda Cooper. ROW 2: Karen Hawk. ROW 3: Caren Machen. BACK ROW: Tami Stansbery. FRESHMAN AND RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Kneeling: Bren- da Trumbo. STANDING: Kelly McClelland, Karen O'Su11ivan, Julie Fisher. BOTTOM TO TOP: Annette Westbrook, Kelly Sheets, Debbie Lewis, Becci Guiher. The cheerleaders are a very important part of the athletic scene at Mount Gilead High. It takes a great deal of effort, responsibility, and love of sports to be a cheer- leader. The Varsity cheerleaders attended cheerleading camp at Ashland College. While at camp, they learned many new cheers and stunts, and attended sessions on planning and conducting pep rallies, crowd involvement and control, and school spirit. The cheerleaders feel it is very important to support their team. Among the many things the cheerleaders did this year was to decorate the homes of the senior football players and to bake them Victory cakes. During the basket- ball season, the team and the cheerleaders Went out for a victory dinner. All in all it was a very successful year. -- 1 -Y ff' 7 Q-. I . . , 1 . ,,Qf.,',f ,- L iii!! , "1'if7,' fl 4' err:-.,,f. -1 111 f V11 11 v ti. 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E .-- V so 1. 51:1 .- -,' t' iz, 5-,f-f,-, '-,T-1 .':,"'j,"1 1 2 5 f V 1" -A . 3 '- Vgjifjig-f,i-?:gf4i1:5.j.1 Eff, 1 'fE,3c:fFf, - as 1224 .iiiff-iii 1 15 i f F' 'S E Football cheerleaders whip up school spirit at a pep rally. 119 VARSITY BASKEFBALL CHEERLEADERS: KNEELING: Carla Curts, Karen Hawk. STANDING: Brenda Cooper, Tami Stansbery, Leisa Irons, Caren Machen. Q 1' 1, .X ...a- The varsity cheerleaders perform a mount During a lull in the game, the cheer- routine. leaders plan their next yells. 120 , M-1. The Mount Gilead Indian QBarb Harritosj watches the game action. '.1'g ' N L T RESERVE BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: BOTTOM TO TOP: Julie Fisher, Kathy Meyer, Debbie Lewis, Kelly McClelland Kelly McClelland, Julie Fisher, and Kathy Meyer lead cheer- ing at a basketball game. 1 Kathy Meyer yells from the sidelines. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: FRONT: Karen O'Sullivan. ROW 2: Annette Westbrook, Kelly Sheets. TOP: Becci Guiher. 121 Gymnastics Team Finishes Second In OC 1-Hi M. ,WI V , ,- V v,A A H! anim. I .nh F : . .M , 4 . M. 4 1 . .:. il , . i . E V Diane McPeek's speciality is the floor exercises. Cheryl Nesbitt performs a routine on the balance beam. Jennifer Rizor gives her routine on the beam. Julie Ri201' finiSheS her Vault routine- GYMNASTICS TEAM: Tamie Thomas, Diane McPeek, Becky Thomas, Mary Jo Adams, Lori Cor- ral, Julie Rizor, Cheryl Nesbitt, Jemaifer Rizor, Coach LaVon.ue Edwards. 122 Julie Gress Named To All-League Team ?-Yfetzfw-f. 1 ' I Al?-A .' -' ' GIRLS' BASKETBA LL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Alice Chapman, Kim Kipp, Sherry Dix, Lynn Smith, Dawn Miller, Coleen Barker. BACK ROW: Coach jill Montrose, Sandy Warner, Kathy Chapman, Judy Butterfield, Barb I-Iarritos, Julie Gress. .121 -:"' . . ,, "1 A n ff' L: Y lf: "K i f N ,. ,.., J . .11 I 1 ' . F. f.-if .L V - ' ' 1 5 1-'.143'I"f 14 A" 'L ::'...y -:'i......,W me-5 L ,.. . Sandy Warner charges down the floor. Julie Gress moves the ball toward the goal. 'V ball. .'.' 1 I ,ff .:'1 ,-. N, ,4 The Gir1's Varsity Basket- ball Team compiled a 5-10 season record. Sandy Warner was the top scorer on the team with 105 points. Kathy Chap- man Was the team's leading rebounder. julie Gress was selected to the MO C All- League first team. Renee Lackey goes up for the tip-off. LEFT: Coleen Barker fights for control of the 123 Lyn Smith amed To All-League Team C T Despite a disappointing 5 and 8 season, the varsity volleyball team under coach Cathy Oy- ster managed a 3rd place showing in the Card- ington Tournament. In M.O.C. action, the team was 2-5 for the season. The reserve team posted a 3-9 season record and finished in 2nd place at the Cardington Tournament. Lyn Smith was named to the M.O.C. A11-League team. Sherry Dix and Patty Sheets received Honorable Mention. ir' Coach Cathy Oyster instructs her team before Patty Sheets and Lyn Smith watch as Julie Sherry Dix serves the ball they take the floor. Gress spikes the ball. VOLLEYBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Colleen Barker, Dawn Miller, Kim Kipp, Julie Gress, Alice Chapman, Lyn Smith, Tamie Thomas. ROW 2: Jodi Moore, Susie Williams, Patti Hamsher, Sherry Dix, Lori Corrol, Sandy Warner. BACK ROW: Patty Sheets, Renee Lackey, Kathy Chapman. 124 Indian Girls Are 4th In GC Track Race GIRIS' TRACK TEAM SEA TED Diane McPeek, Jocelyn Welling, Laura Reutter, Dawn Miller. ROW 2: Alice Chapman, Debbie Lewis, Kim Kipp, Iane Well1ng, Laura Nesb1tt, Ga1l Zwiclc, Kim Otten, joy Middaugh. BACK ROW: Lyn Smith, Coleen Barker, Sherry Duc, Sandy Warner, Kathy Chapman, Colleen Whipple, Rhonda Thill, Patty LaRoche, Coach Jill Mount Gilead's Girls' track team com- piled a 1-4 won-loss record in dual meets. The team participated in several invitational and conference meets. Mount Gilead placed 14th in the Mansfield Meet: 3rd in the Mount Gilead Invitational: 4th in the MOC Meet j and 7th out of 14 teams in the Sectional. During the season, the girls broke nine school track records. Since only two members of the team are seniors, next year's will be much more experienced than this year's., LEFT: Jane Welling and Colleen Whipple are the senior members of the team. 125 Varsity Baseball Team Captures District Title The Indians fell short of their regional hopes as they lost to Pemberville Eastwood by a 6-4 score in the Lima Regional playoffs. One of only 16 teams left in state competition, the team capped one of the most successful season in the school's history. An overall season record of 18 wins and 7 losses included a District Championship over Granville at the Elgin School field. The team posted a fine 9-3 record in the M. O. C. which was second behind Cardington. Four members of the squad were named to the All-Conference team. This honor went to Rosco Kuenzer, Kevin Gattshall, Jeff Harper, and Jerry Cooper. Dave Doran, Bill is Conaway, and jim Davis were selected to the 2nd team All-Conference. 'Terry Redick and Keith Irwin received Honorable Mention. Terry Redick fires the ball to first for the out. s fy XX, VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Roger Wellman--Mgr. , Keith Irwin, Jeff Harper, Jerry Cooper, Jim Davis, Jon Davis, Joe Bartley, Rob Jaggers. BACK ROW: Coach Dale Brown, Rosco Kuenzer, Dave Doran, Randy Tolbert, Chris Harritos, Jeff Fisher, Bill Conaway, Terry Redick, Kevin Gattshall. Rosco Kuenzer shows his batting style. Rosco led team hitting with an average of over .500. He was also named to the All- Conference team. 126 .pv f Kevin Gattshall takes an inside pitch. Bill Conaway waits in the on deck circle. Kuenzer makes the tag on a runner Jerry Cooper breaks for 2nd on an at- Keith Irwin catches a fly ball in 3rd base. tempted steal. center field for the out. Ve Doran grabs 3 pop up as Jerry Cogper cgvers fhg Play, HHIPEI, the IIICIHHIIS' All-Conference l'!'lJI'leI', 11121485 his delivery in the Regional Tournament. RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Mark Hartman, Steve Burnside, Mark Shoaf, Brad Doran, Randy Helt, Keith Levings, Dennis Shoaf. BACK ROW: Coach Larry Madeker, Todd Sweeney, Dan Braden, Neal Dumbaugh, Don McNamee, Tim Brake, Shawn Thomas, Tom Short. 127 Cross-Countr Team Wins MOC Championship Mount Gilead High School's first 1976-77 MOC cham- pionship was won by the Cross-Country team. The Indians won the championship at the Whetstone Country Club. Mount Gilead's winning score was 38 points to 61 points for Big Walnut who finished in 2nd place. The lowest team score wins in Cross-Country. Richard Wiehe won the MOC Meet with a time of 9:54. Three other Mount Gilead runners Kent Baker, Mike Holtrey, and Lannie Baer finished in the top ten runners in the MOC. In the District Class AA Meet, Richard Wiehe was the district champion with a time of 9:55 for the two miles. Richard Wiehe, Kent Baker, and Mike I-Ioltrey were named to the All-District Team for the Claw AA Central District. 'M 5. 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"-'JKaygaef-',q.,1.-Q25,ggrgifs 4. .1-slffiifsi-z'1E91f5?'I.r1f2?gf!?f51-i?5i sflri " -- " ef 5? qui 'Wi "V+-'Z-iLQ3..SrQi: -1fi1'13fl3?wif'-'- 1:11 " '-'iififkfi bEi.9:f"fv:.-S5': -'iff .,V ,-fi L, 1 ,, . -i.- ', .ua , ..., ,-,-M.,-,. , :,.:,.7,. , 4- A 75 ,Vu -:if-yaffiqit ,A -321-L. -- A.-,--,f:'1lgw1!e-flea!-It-fs:-Ma. .- .Lawn , ., ..,.-..f..-. .. .,,.-,....., 61- af., ,n -rn -. ,if ,,,,f ,,,-.,.. ,. ,MIL .,w,,,- 1. .v7y.., .,,.. v, -w,,,,,.E.,G31 -,5,..n-,-P .. 4 . si, K--V-. . .k!, N f. Ja?-w -sie. fav'-'f.Q--iii:--"1-rim -' - mr' iz'-'.r"-Sz-Mfr-fwfft L. Q.-sv' V- am.-'f i'fc1'f-mum 'J' "9 1 -.'1f-IIULLQ . ,.,--'sy Q-,1 ,,7ffxv-fnfvif'-.uf-."'-kffe. -arf. i c'1EwL"'Ai:.1Q" LJ"- 115551-as., "-ik? 2-iGVL::v f:f11H':i-- fe-if-lf?'t',,-4.::i21'1'.'fft 2 g1fZ.491.,215q.,.,.,f Ni:-,, if J,,,,:fgeLl71,.-. L seal., as Ju' en. "-G. ixfar' ating M-el as-5 ag Kent Baker, Mount Gilead's number two runner, completes the first mile of the course. L CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM: Coach Ron Thill, Dennis West, Dan Bending, Larmie Baer, Mike Holtxey, Richard Wiehe, Kent Baker, Rick Bending, Bryan Halt. 128 iehe Places Third In 880 At State Meet Mount Gilead High School's track team encountered stiff competition in the MOC and ended up in fourth place in final league standing. During the season, the Indians placed second in the Mount Gilead Relays and third at the Fredericktown Invitational. Several members of the team participated in the District Meet. Mike Holtrey ran in the two-mile run in the District Finals. The mile relay team also ran in the Class AA District Finals, Richard Wiehe won the 880 yard run in the District. Richard went on to the State Meet and placed third in the 880 l with a time of 1:57. Tim Bland crosses the line for 3rd in a heat of the 220 in the District Meet. .I . Howard Guiher hands off the baton to Jeff Richard Wiehe places 3rd in the 880 in Richard Wiehe receives his 3rd place medal at Sweeney in the District 880 yard relay. the State Meet with a time of 1:57. the State Meet. N r , I 3 A - lv I A 1 TRACK TEAM: KNEELING: Gene Brady, Marty Miller, Tom Lyle, Chester Machen, Howard Guiher, Brad Irons, Dennis West. ROW 2: Head Coach Paul Bremigan, Rob Sutherland, Les Morgan, Jeff Sweeney, Bryan Halt, Darren Fricke, Phil Ward, Tim Bland, Dan Roberts. BACK ROW: Brian Bishop, Richard Wiehe, David Rizor, Jeff Harman, Jim Brucker, Lannie Baer, Mike Holtrey, Assistant Coach Ron Thill. 129 our alle1'r1zntives and establish a prom WHS the Quljjegf for the feature article numn.4a1 LjUIl1lHL!lllL:v' lb QULLC UI'2iIDHllC f' "H" 'J-k"'g"1vLL 'G i"""""'5 "U UU ' , ' ' F A , Y ' N . d l , EQOP h h - tallmeni ai thus Mme m the Jan. 11 xbsue oi IRON A-.CF ma C" mme O fm '- W ere L 9 Panic - - pose, is a le -. .-. -. ' .. '- . mriel' 'N ,mm g wants: have little or nothing to lose if UNCH FU"mf1U1'0 IS 0bS6rvmg the inr3!,ni,lt,g?1T K 1 7 ' - . C .A ' , ' . . . . . . -- ,- . - . SWITI3 I - : If . f t . 1-he amcle IS Umcemed with unique th? Lompzmy mils. Mg. btuder says. I .T?1u1lCl'S5l':.,Zrlkigixfliitlllwidnyiifiw fig: or an I-.ducatl methods use-ri bv officials of th 1 Anmhel' advantage m our mgfam 15 -f V ' Ki 'V ' 3 L VH W md L 1-D", 215 ii is ff . l . .. " ' P . , ' Y, 5 , ' rw' pany m purchasmg the Urn XHH IC 1 -' G Wd. High 'mmf Koehrizlg Corp.. a trarmsaction which 'tm 'U U1 15213-WG V 1 www Fl A ' ' " " "V C Obmh at 5 Ol U10 Ed!-l'3l'l'il was compleied last August. HPMG prcesiciem, Richard Stucier. is quoted or-:tensivc-ly in the article which explains how he and other employees considered options available and arrived at a. soluhon whmh is Delxex ed tr ' some of Stud: M Q uc ed below. A Om oi tm pximurx dcnmom. that had to bu made be-fore GIT1bE'I'kiU,'E', on a program to Pivuv the HPM Division from stock apprecialion. This appears to be Dm- dfm5"- provides 51-am well received and desirable rather than Derrick Motel. All electric heating, no 'HUG MCUS- Aw lo have the benefits defw-PE til re- tirement or term' 'm 1' 's. , " "S1'weQe1 Ln ines of communi- L t x 0 ll up with mme people bemg xect suggesuuns and IOCOITIITIBIIUHUOZIQ from people thloughout me entlxe opez ation mn The 1 bihtv of aucccbsz for each In TQEXIGXXIUQ prxvatc owuerwhxp xer mf-1 I3 .Ate sl sus publxc ownemhxp. it was decided om 7OdlN would he best met by bemg a w xblm compdnv ESOP or Kelso twpe nlms were considered M1 Studer PQUEIIC HUVV ILUX CXIIU DCU cl IHUIC rect mvoh emeni sec then' role as more Qlglllfltclflt and become ww mtezested and Loncerued XRFLII there IS a common v B ' - ' 1 ' v ' ' . X W I' : 1 K A . I i I I . '-mfQU9 in i11dUSU'Y' CLJIJA-Srgareholders. There have been more di- ' 'J Q". M Q l.ti 3 C 'Q list- - - ' - ' L .. , - ., ,, C L., , , , . A Tk .. A . . ' g- d I , "It K N ,I ly' lhe Koehring Vompany was to evaluate that i I m, , N - ' me- - 1 f -L I ll ' L N . 11. 1 ' ' . G I p Je wa 4 'Q 41 C x k A alt wtt Ei t Hdpnvuv hc dl ' I ml x J 1 L feared lfery dmiblflll they would do the amc for za Quwu the size of Mt. Gilead. ITIEUF.. 'Change in was contemplated. M RUS and oquig Keiths F J qkiours will be cut but 2 able, Qgllfwfg they will bp mm wsonexi ,nd dl Elty tolclzcose Kirlfs W In Mongamedx Blflfstmfyf' M? Thursday 101.1 m.. Ffififtjf H ,'m,1E'A!'.C Of and Saturdays 10 a.m. rs1lW fx' 318 QLWQHSJ Sundays, Ames' Be-ltz Greenhmlse. No change. heating QQ,Qg!.fs5en,Sf,i wiih wood and oil. Impsj Asmems Drug Store. Open every day The Mt. Gi at 8 am. Closing at 7 pm. nn Tuesday. Wednesday and Saturday, 6 pm. on 'l'hurSday and 9 p,lTl. on Mondays and F1'idays. Closed on Sundays. Whismrfs Phmnxacgf. No change con- templated at this Lime. Mt. Gilead Lumber Co. reports no change in hours, They are open from maintain their ho 1" 8 a.m. ffl .-.Loma Leuicez' ing matorinlsc hlep faculq' 2 growth has if begwqjol 'Achim 1 Vf"Q,.x0 hi ii 'NAM' 455 gem. ' the student Ii says. gozil of the success of the company they T10 5130 Monday ' Ffidily and SIUUQQ , - ,J "-X factor tint was congidered when have invested in. M1'.Stude explains. 211 If "day f . .Jef "?uIeLL ,zxaluuting use of 'an V 'SOP was the size 'The stock purchase by 1 al U12 HEREIN DFU3 Sig 1' A ?c nf the f'3CQL1iSiU0!'l. There has been quite "5 d ne '1 A - 5 6 - 'L gf wl 'ago, heated by fuel oil, will r 1 iblfsing find 1 Ji wsi en l'G,H3l'diI1 South BL 4' 3' prior to the Clos- the same as at llfffsenif 9 m 1' '67 joirlmeht 'fgavn J he operation. At ti f - . ing f .n purchafsei oz' U23 A number G D-Ui daily. CIOSCG 011 3UY1dfl'- ' I mqC3m.CfQ ' gxrges! ESOP buy-out 3 'N L.1r'- people who had been participants in :J Ffmfllillld in C' nn x vwll when Ets Scfm ed. for approximately Tri million. employ-ee profit gQ31'i11w 4 L' 1 their regular hw 9 m. to 9 emicms we "Our requirement here was going io years 1' '1 '. ,L n f abi io roi INTL d?1i1YGXC9PiSUUd' - New SG Hai' g1"QH'lQ1i1dthQ E '9 Svlvfihifwa C1059 L0 5" IUiUi0Vf W -V ' Jve' . u 3 'ly establish- Um' S35 fm' hem but gb - T fe in the gram is Strene he goverwnent saw fit . 196.51111 IH Ad Q nployees' profit sharing plan, one Sfvlffl NHS 390911 GUY If AC' U Pictured ig PJ a Ciiv H19 Biz? Of Sf 1 .nu in HP' which permitted designation of invest- L?IWS0f1'S SWV93? dileadlwglf 195 to P15115- o "Vie did not find other financial sup' ,Ol-f xyilling LC, r-mv:-mit Hmic zummm! nf 1101195-' on am E 0. after sever: pproach did n Jdgmenl. "The option 0 M11 available fc we future -- for icilities. In my E' such El plan sw! ut, as fm' as ge n' a commilme ar Shor! of dire: ludel' notes, "It was ni mployecs wou estment plan. ' 'ght shareholrlc lade a signific lication to S01 ne sizzle of Uhi "They could specify that the trustee use all or a portion of their account to nun-r-lfvaca I-VDTU1 ufrxnlr Unr- Hanan nonnlu nd authorization to sell was gxven. IWW UUIUFD dl x"VWVf"h MQ HWML- "'1'hs2 next move was to offer , le 8 alm- il other employees as well as il mroughout lhe state, Employe uasing stock would confirm a Jmmitmenl from them to me mmpemy a success, This was th Laney thalmpev had invested Jmpzmy. XF G an immedia An event of major impor- tance took place in the com- ' munity of Mount Gilead during 1977. I-IPM, the oldest and largest manufacturer in Mor- Sunday. med sev- ye closed ration of will be row County, was sold by the - pm. every dey. Th Ure is heated by gas. Temperatures have been cut way hack according tn the 1mm.a1gex'. Loan hours starting Feb, 7 are m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday Micldaugh, Jos: mise Michal, vim, Becky T11 Clelland and mam. No '-how dnesday, Thursday amd Saturday was m, until noon and Friday 9:30 M1 pm' Q X-r'cfmgQxvnipp1 -opper Kettle Heegtaur' nf ,. - 6 FMUS F . 1 pm. on '1'hursdza5's. 6 'v -1-'fw 'cimf-mf P.. Cardinal lvzamwe, .YH-Ffa?-v MGS' Smdgmg 10 change in haw is Em, and mwg. fecffifal ' WE third pics Zhestervil rcnwplans no gm-Qadg his Owl at HHS lin ' my are using !fi,1I1ifOI'ViQWil1 for heat. In the fom'tE rmick's IGA in Johnsvillc. which opanc gas for heating. will con- eiz' regular hours. uers Stow nzltural gas im' hey will maintain their regular' fhich are always reduced during 2 len' seasqu, Landmark 'I'own and Country S' 'e No change in hours planned. Sharmck Elevator. First F dw Sav- ings and Loan, BiH's Hn Qvare and Morton E-Iax'dwau'e, all Ia fe .0 change of hours at the prese 1 , Starting Wit-, ay, Feb. 9. the Peoples Blmm ,1 Com'mmity National .X , ku. to Q Bank z Hu-1-e5peQuQe'b1-amines will Koehrlng COTFIP9-HY to 3' 1062-1 zinc! Sat- closeggmn on Wednesdays and rc- DITSUIQ-lmL'Ilf 50,0 COTPOTQ-fi01'1 made up of many 096211 W 9 3'W".Friday.5' , , , , mciul cc ur '. In mib t HPM WOI'keI'S. pm' on CBC' Hadm Smpkxwl . 'Fx 9 , ' am' al institutions ax 4" D the lcqumcu ----K -Y ---' '---- - ----'-- t A' H-3 A Ii my and lditiohal finagmcfng-'ktonme obvious TWaigner'BYPS, willglog I BN'DQR' 'JH' ti 3 UQWGTQ gt yuh the type oi Commxtmeut that HYTHESEULES, F50 XA I . iuwus A lDll'IjIg2iMednQSdayS: Cloged Q eight employees had made, followed E- :-- A 4 Y -Q 'f .V , V . 4 . ' . ,P tl1G'Support of many other em- oyees. increased their confidence in e' success of! the new company. f'Appifoximate1yV37 pct. K2753 of all p m. They will be dosed ' .' flim' hurwdflyg 013911 FNCUY WOW 9 3 m- L0 3 I ll 1 nu to 1 p C Mart will have hours 0" a.. '. ' Monday through Vkrdnesday, 9 a.m. to 9 pm. '1'hur'sday through Saturday and .mg amd Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shirk's Shoes. Closed all day Thurs' day. A Murphy, Tim Long gather ai bgzwd to chow Special Diff' AL .1 lilo 'ff V .vu ... D 1' group oi' si uwougix the sh photo. X112 Bremig. pir:i:m'cf, socks in the EMC - paviod. .-X11 in all, tl 1:1 S1 place of ihu Fargo grows Qierllis shown LIE in the imttom p. ape' 12:15 ZlCH!lQ, 2 Joe Grii'i'it!1V, Scjlool prim-ip: as a new me Gilead Kiwvauis ulcu' meeting c fith shown photo with K, Dusek. DF, A1'thur HP M SINCE 1877 S...- ,...-11 w f' - ,W f - , 1' If CREATIVE PERSONALIZED SENIOR PORTRAITS 201 Harding Way East Galion, Ohio 44833 Phone: 468-4422 x , .X ,V -4 N 5 xx r, , 'X ' '-J v X A , f , ,H I - , .- , -, x 1 , X X I fni If 'L Ji! 'L-'KC R XD fflflxx I fl Vg MMI L. 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I 130 YEARS OF SERVICE ' Qs-A- . iqfhl. .1-'gf ' if --"31a F A 5 ALI. THE SCHOOL NEWS EVERY WEEK 18 WEST I-HGH STREET MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 946-3010 37 South Main Street Phone: 946- 1851 Mount Gilead , Ohio n 'v v xx... E B1 EH VR BE Tm Tu Emmy Bmw Value W GK USED EAM In And M 'Team In Cmmiay M Mtg Gnlmdl Pham 96.9015 By Dayls Kirkpwmick Gemge Lmpfiem N N N us, Q' Ag 1 3 as I 144 Main HOURS: Mon. - Tues. - Thurs. - Sat. 10-5:30 Wed. - Fri. 1 JN K ALT V , ,B o , ltlmiaemfecmmm 3 U L Lnlessekiel meal! Mm WWQE tl I Ekewifieiimwxf' 'Thee Q 5 blefaiscgwemifeas , , i Congratulations To S i 0-9:00 Q A la The Class of "77', INN vous Z I-71atS R 95 gggygcg .5 i' PLAZA 71-FREEWAY ' K AT i 'PK X51 ON THE SQUARE MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO X U Evlem be T 1.1 LJ . ,X W X, 1 Main Office 17 West High Street Phone: 946-9010 TEz1eQwfeQiDzfzl'uf1m5iz? EBGUUBUK L L is O.. IJ 1 1f231UVUfNGiMlif'QUUTnV' UUATUEQUWHAQL E1Q3UXQfiii'sf MT. 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