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

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Feature At High School A new feature at Mount Gilead I-Iigh School this year was the Teacher Advisor in Guidance Program or T.A.G. All high school students selected a teacher as an advisor . Approx- imately fifteen students were assigned to each faculty mem- ber and met as a group each day for about twenty minutes. Information on careers , on job htmting , on how to study , and on college entrance requirements were only a few of the many subjects that were discussed in T.A.G. groups. Pro- jects to help students become involved in school activities were held in many T.A.G. groups. Improved student involvement in school activities both in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities was a major goal of the T.A.G. program. j mlggi IAC ' s Parliamentary Procedure Team put on a demonstration business meeting for several T.A.G. groups. Mr. Quinn's T.A.G. group collected canned goods to dis tribute to needy families at Christmas time. ini-Course Program Is A Big Success. Classes at Mount Gilead High School on March 30th 31st were very different from the normal school routine . For a fifth time the Student Council sponsored and planned a Mini - Course program. The program was intended to give the stu- dent body exposure to subject areas not normally included in the school curriculum . Ninety- two different subject areas were selected to be offered. Cake decorating, making sand candles, bicycling, disco dancing, horsemanship, archery, and many other courses were held at the high school. Some students traveled to the Pizza House for pizza-making, to Whetstone Lanes for bowling and billards, to Bob Jones' lake for trout fishing , to the Galion Community Center for swim- ming , and to the Mt . Vernon YMCA for racquetball. Classes were taught by school personnel, students, and volunteers from the commmiity. Tours of I-IPM Corporation, J. G . Clark Company, WNCI Studios, and the Mansfield General Motors Plant were conducted. During Mini-Course week, French Club took a field trip to Quebec , Canada and Thespians took a theater study trip to New York City. Kelly Sheets and Robin Meyer learn backgammon in Ms. Sherry Sidaway's beginners' class. ILL., ln Mrs. Pat Brake's cake decorating class, Sue Fitzgerald, jane Shade, janae Tschudi, and julie Maher learn to use decorating bags. Q Before going out on the archery range, Bob Ruhl points out techniques in his archery class. Dick Miller explains the steps in making sand candles to his class. l N T l I Trent Thomas is the winner of the trophy for the largest fish and Craig Nelson is the winner for the most fish in Mr. jones' fishing class . Roger Beck instructs a group of students in the art of horse- manship. 'QQZ5' --- -1 Students prepared for a two hour bicycle tour in Mr. Thill's cycling course. 4 -' ,gb I .9 -,,-m '.4' Mrs. jean Chapman shows Donna Gray, Becci Guiher, Sue Fitzgerald, julie Maher, and Rhonda McGinnis how to use Artex paints. -,.....- During the lounge times, students could play ping-pong, cards, and other games. 12. Doug Sipe, Randy Tolbert, Mike Patterson, and Shane Campbell practice a kick in self-defense class. sg' In Mr. Quinn's chess class, Matthew Harvey and Greg Craven test their skill at the game . French Club Tours Montreal And Quebec City As part of the Mini-Course activities, the French Club sponsored a field trip to French Canada. Thirteen student and three chaperons participated in the trip. The group left Mt . Gilead on March 27th and traveled by car to Windsor, On- tario. From Windsor to Montreal and Quebec City, the group traveled by Canadian National Railroad . In Montreal , students visited Notre Dame Cathedral, the 1976 Olympic Site, the Montreal Botanical Gardens, and many other at- tractions. The following day the group moved on to Quebec City. St. Anne de Beaupre , Montmorency Falls, the outdoor bake ovens , woodcarver's shop, the Chateau Frontenac , and the Plains of Abraham were among sights visited in and around Quebec City. Students dined in the revolving Astral Restaurant on the 27th floor of Loew's Le Concorde Hotel . The group returned to Mt. Gilead on April lst. nag: - vw Barb Taylor, Luane Campbell, Lisa Baxter, Sandy Evans, lBack Rowj Lonnie Korody, Nancy Beltz, and Clndy Gandee pose on one of the canon on the remparts in Quebec City. 1..--L giane Campbell looks at the artistic work in the Woodcarvers op . Myrna Miller, Luane Campbell, Barb Taylor, Lisa Baxter, and Mrs. Hart enjoy eating at Ben's Restaurant in Montreal. ig WM Mrs. Hart, Sharon Jones, Nancy Beltz, jeff Burnside, Fritz Blankenship , and Bonni Masterson visit the Botanical Gardens in Montreal. .-x , Ji' if? Myrna Miller, Lisa Baxter, Sandy Evans, and Kathy Sayers dine in the Astral Restaurant in Quebec City. Students See New York Theatre Productions Reid Shelton poses with the theatre group after the seminar. The group tours Chinatown in lower Mr hanttan. S. fx ,Q ff P 9 r 4 'mr w -'Ji r . , , :P 245' fadl, 55, 'S , Elin . 2' P 923' iff! 'jafrqa ffl: ' I 'A .3 I ,n 1 ,135 vi-K f . : V !!- ,-rv During Mini-Course Week, the Mt. Gilead theatre department traveled to New York City for a theatre-oriented tour. Upon arrival at La Guardia Airport via TWA jet, the 26 touring students and community members were trans- ported to ' 'The Big Apple' ' where they saw four Broadway shows: ' 'A Chorus Line , ' ' ' 'Annie, ' ' "Dracula," and a choice of "Hello Dolly" or "The Wiz. ' ' Other theatre related activities were: a seminar with actor Reid Shelton of "Annie' ' , a tour of Lincoln Center and Metro- politan Opera , and backstage at a Broadway the - atre . The group attended the Easter Show at Radio City Music Hall and toured the United Nations and lower Manhattan. Free time was spent ex- ploring New York City with a chaperon and shop- ping in Fifth-Avenue stores. Another popular pastime was sampling food in the small store- front restaurants or in the well-known Man- hattan eateries such as: Mamma I.eone's and Sardi's. Lost Chapefons lim Andelfon and Mike Squibb, jeff Gress, and jim Ander- The World Trade Center in New York Karen Culbertson WY U-2 fmd Tlhell' son stand outside the Statue of Liberty. City can be seen from the boat to way around New York in the subway. the Statue of Liberty. Gver Sevent Gilead Students At Tri-Rivers Thirty four juniors and forty Seniors attended Tri-Rivers if 7 IVS this year. The class of 1978 was the first class to com- plete the two-year program of vocational training. Some of the Mount Gilead students attending Tri-Rivers are pictured working in their training areas. Ch ur: Midge Rick Lewis , in Ag. Mechanics, repairs a lawn mower engine 'f' . -E Patty LaRoche transcribes a page of information in data accounting class. nf Y ' 'Q'-i , lss t EP Tm aww t ' ,151-3 1, A ft" F' T ' gi. - ' A 2 5 LN - " . m 1 ' ,f , '1' Q Ti all 'll' -if 'C' Z., 'ii if 3 A , 'tr X "' f AS ' i A in 510 , 'ax 1' ,. Q " U F' . 'iv 1 , :F 4 A 2 f . 75' ' M T? 1 3 Robin Bowersmith was one of three Mount Gilead students ' -, - . n -If receiving the Award of Distinction at the Tri-Rivers Awards Assembly on May 23rd. Sandy Brookover and Rick Gullett ., received the award but are not pictured. jane Robinson, a senior in Food Services, butters French bread in the school kitchen. '1 4 x I , , I. ,"!-.5 1 -.' Plfiffff -- - .V - t. nj ,fig W1 I-Klig, Vex' ...vb W ,,. , 'V ng. ' 1,-' , .4-1 .. . Q' , I V - Bk 74,2-"'Ca,,qQA A ,.,.:v-f ,., ,- in Pypmvgp ,Xt-..,4. W V . . - A I . ,.-,5?'4,,4 ,Q ' it--C". ' ,' i"'7'wv 5 V' ' " w--ff' L fbl, 52:-41' A lmfifizizlzlzialllill - Senior Linda Gompf is in her second year in the executive secretary training program . Linda also received an Academic Achlevezment Award for her work. ,,3,n.-it xi l 77' Xl' HZ? .J u -. 1111- J.. In Senior Sandy Brookover and junior Candy Lewis work in the child care lab. V .--S A L-,f-M-4" - 9 X' U47 Z , xg I ' 'J V ' ' , '-Q Betla Powell completes a typing assignment in the well- equipped executive secretary section. lr- W .... ll ' ' Il ll ll ll ll' ll Il Il E..y Win.. ' T5 i fr J ' iiii I -flfl 'S ,, i " lv ' s 1 E li--Q -"'-we al As a part of his DECA training, Vincent Hauck applies marketing techniques in a sporting goods display. LEFT: In his carpentry class , Dan May ' 'roughs out' ' a build- ing blueprint. Annual Festival Cf The Arts Well Attended The Industrial Arts and Art Clubs again cooperated to put on a festival where both groups demonstrated their creative and artistic talents and displayed many of their finished works. In this wa the ublic was able to see not onl the Y P Y results of the artists' and craftmen's work, but the actual ' 'processes' ' involved . 519 , , if Jeri Benedict uses pastel crayons in her drawing demonstra- TeChI1iqUeS used in Welding W1'0U8hf i1'0I1 are SIIOW11 by J0e tion . Richardson . 113 TL 3 Laura Reutter shows her artistic ability in water color painting . 9 '44 -J 1 .i Brian Cossins demonstrates the art of weaving with a loom. Friiz Blankenship and Jeff Sweeney demonstrate techniques used in making cathedrale glass figures. f 1 1 I'1'X" Paul Grasmehr and Mike Miller cure plastisel dip moldings in an oven. Luane Campbell shows how glass etchings are made . yi. if l 2151. 42!+.1.,+1-ff so , ' N BARKER - Coleen Barker displays and shows how various types of needle work are :made . an-' X- X' XY' ,, Todd Sweeney shows Dawn Hoppe a plastic molding he pro duced in his injection molding press. ' Ingaim. A ' . vm., ,,-fxgqfvcr, Ly . , rr P Board Of Education Sets Richard C. Myers Board President Mary jean Hickson Member 1 i W 1 ,.-ef X. of, Don Bachelder Board Vice - President ist A A B H A o iff? f N J ,f -Lf Robert C. Willeke Member School Policy rw- 7 rpg- ...,, gy, f x lb Qi X K A Rosemary Brown Member LEFT: Board Clerk C. Robert 1 , Gladden retired this year fol- Pear Irwin lowin 30 ears of service at Board Clerk , 3 V this post. Superintendent Dusek Completes Second Year The administrative head of the Mount Gilead Schools is Mr. Clayton Dusek, an Ohio State University graduate . The former principal of the junior High School , Mr. Dusek moved up to superintendent in 1976 . With the aid of two secretaries, Mr. Dusel-:'s office provides leadership and service for all areas of the school system. ' l A ' 'V rr' 1 A- D -ia' f Mr, Dusek visits the Environmental Education Camp in which the sixth graders participated at the Lutheran Memorial Camp. Iiyy :ll Mrs. Maxine Ashbrook is Mr. Dusek's secretary. 18 it ,Bti Z .ig Superintendent Clayton Dusek if 5--, A 1- I .Q 3 i, Q, X Y. Vlvvx :V 5, Mrs. Grace Shaffer mimeographs infomiation to be sent to staff members in the various buildings of the school system. Paper Work Increases For Principalis Staff Mrs. Roxanna Fry and Principal joe Griffith work on State Department of Education reports. Secretary Eileen Hart types up the morning announcements. Mr . Joe Griffith and his office staff spend many hours each year in record-keeping. State Department of Education re- ports on attendance, finances, and personnel are among those to be made each year. Federal education programs, which also require extensive reports, play an important part in a school 's educational program . Assistant Principal Dale Creamer checks the day's attendance sheets . 55 -2 A-5 H K A Wx G I 1 .. . N A J: Mm 'W - , I if.:-'gn ,n Y X . Mr. Griffith listens to a student "rap session" in his T.A.G. group. 19 Guidance Dept. Introduces T.A.G. To High School The task of keeping students informed of current trends in career selection, college entrance requirements, and changes in the job market are only a few of the things the Guidance Counselors are concerned about. Another important area of concern for the counselors is to help each student become a part of the student body and have a successful school experi- ence . To help provide better guidance service to the stu- dent body, the Guidance Department initiated the Teacher Advisor in Guidance program which involved the entire high school faculty in the guidance program. i 'Gif ' ' 'STN . 5 .5125- Guidance Counselor Virginia Meyer prepares to show a film- strip on how to take classnotes to an incoming group of students . Mrs. Debbie Travis served as typist and secretary for the Guidance Deparunent. a s High school Guidance Director Larry Fumiss talks to a parent . 1-'Q nit, s i ' X L In . S Miss Joanne Hill is the Mount Gilead School's speech and hearing therapist. 'NJ 'I -f 'Q 4 Q W 5 if - Home Economics teacher Rita Wood helps Susan Wigton x X lf -. Carol Sarr shows Becky McElroy the correct way to use an 4 v, Wh M a i .,-. 4 f ,R Merrill Brucker checks Carl Mynhier and jack Harris' work in mechanical drawing . , - --2,2 ABOVE: Vocational Agriculture teacher Roger Beck cooks sausage at the F.F.A. 's Pancake and Sausage Supper. LEFT: DECA coordinator Forrest Byron di- rects eighth grader Lynette Bush to the correct sign- up table at course registra- tion. 1- .q .- v is .xx '1 we-:IPL 2 UE 5 ADI Nu My . Mrs. Dorothea Barry teaches upperclass English classes. She is also senior class ad- , .T visor and is shown distributing caps and gowns to Grant I-lout and Mark Ireland . Mrs. Donna jackson, who teaches Spanish ' and English, puts up a Spanish culture bulletin board. I 5 F - -Y! Q ' "1 fi l in 13.1 . I lv y f 'Mg 3 R f J f- 1 ' P M A . r ,Q , . ' f Q - ,. ' 5 if ' Q W - .La . V , gf 1 , - . n. u f, if 1 1 7 'mg l . " 1 s -B a s e if 5 - .1 ,i Mr. David Hammond teaches Speech and English. He is also the Thespian Club ad- vlsor. Media Specialist Ms. Sherry Sidaway watches Stacie Randall and Dawn Miller play Backgammon in the Media Aides' tournament. Mrs. Michelle Byers teaches underclass English and advises the cheerleaders. Mrs. Byers receives a flower from FFA members on teacher appreciation day. 1 T "E iii sruufur 5-vw www fjtl I Mal, Mr, Paul Bremigan prepares to take a group of student drivers out on the road. I-Ie also teaches American His- tory and coaches football. , IN P- . I 6 '51 Social studies teachers james Miller and john Quinn get the departrnent's video recorder ready for use. Mr . Miller teach- es French and is the high school A-V Director. 3 X sgiffigijif' Government teacher John Quinn watches as jeff Harman completes voter registration forms. Mr. Quinn also teaches Current Events . l .,r- -A ... Mr. Charles Swanson is the high school study hall monitor. After school, math teachers Virgil Staley and Dale Brown discuss the day's events. Mr. Staley teaches General Math and Algebra I, and Mr. gravy? teaches Geometry , Math IV , and Alge - ra . x, Sa' Mrs. jacquelyn Howell is director of the high school chorus . She also directs the Mixed and Freshman Girls' Ensembles. mm,- .- , I '-- li'--. , QQ s Mr. Ron Thill teaches high school biology. Mr. Thill is also cross-country and track coach. Art teacher jo Gerhardt checks student demonstrations at the Festival of the Arts. If M , l fH'lili-"Q 1 1 X,- 42 0'-L-4 Q A. 1, Mr . Jim Anderson is the director of the Marching Band , Con- cert Band , and the Flag Corps . gl X Q , ' ' Q lfjfzfi f 'rd A 1. Physics and chemistry teacher john Games reviews an experi- ment before using it in class. S w ' ' 1 s, .- ,ss - .A ' ' ln- f ie. aff. avi F.F.A. member jackie jones presents Mrs. Nancy Kennedy with a flower and calendar on Teacher Appreciation Day. Mrs. Kennedy teaches typing, shorthand, and office prac- tice. ,. .' f.'- -l a" f Q V K, lvl. l ,IM " , 7? l 'iw 5 ' 7S" f u v- "X 'if' l A ,a I l.. 5 -,- VA, 'L ' ' 1' :tr , 'slr J . il .,l at x I' ,' HH' . . - , , , A.. . F. 1-w r? " z f., sm?- V I, fl J - li? if . ylilfl s . 2 " X 'N 'T 'z 1- . ,f ' - nf' X hlyvg i P, FV It --' i shy. 1 ,ll :l-1' , ' Ilf, . .' Y 4- - hx .'.,f"g X tj '-w'fv.' S Ja ni, T ,3 N. Li 1 r"N1Ii My L! es, 55 ,1 if ' rr ,HS H e i x..,e,Y 524 -"" 5 .-'Z Mrs. Suzanne Beck helps bookkeeping students complete their practice sets before the end of the school year. Mrs. Beck teaches bookeeping and general business. Mrs. jill Montrose, girls' health and physical education teacher, picks up her homecoming mum from cheerleader janae Tschudi. lvirs. Montrose is also girls' basketball and track coach. lining., ,,,. -r -Q.. . Y. ,.- .Ls g I ,, . 4 , . v-, '...,,.. .' ,. .., "-' . ' A 1"'.- 1.--. -1. ---V -A- l .- s t. 4. 'LN ., Q -. -. K 1-1---H -15 -.rr ,I ,Q V. .-.Ln 5 .1-. In physical education class, Mr. Robert Ream directs stu- dents in a softball game . Mr . Ream teaches boys' health and physical education. He is also head basketball coach. Is Mr. Beck traveling with the ball as he hands off to Mr. Brown? As a money-making project, the Junior class sponsored a donkey basketball game between the faculty and VAC . On a fast break, ' 'Cowboy' ' Virgil Staley passes off to Mr. Brown. Lift - II Track Coach Ron Thill had a problem as track season be- gan . The team could not find the track . Coach Thill and Rod Thill shovel out the track. wg Mr. Quinn tries to motivate a donkey on a lay-down strike At the faculty Chrisufnas breakfast, Mr. Staley goes metric as he mixes pancake batter. CUSTODIAL STAFF 1 Bob Jones, school maintenance supervisor, replaces an electrical receptacle in due typing room. 1. 4 l :'Y 11 ul, , lil A dl . H v 'N 'I-"Q, o 'V-.SJ i ln .A ' -nf +L.. , an gA.H.',' -'-' "l IV' -A Q a .'i,...."L"':..-g- ' lg J t 1 22. KJK' I V r- 'Q if gl l' Harold Williams , Custodian Supervisor, makes minor re- Custodian Shirley McElroy makes her daily rounds in clean- pairs on a chair. ing Building 1. FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL M.. ....... w"'D In Z,----. .Q ix X 'R-: . E fy? inns 1 , I FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL: FRONT ROW: Lois Robinson, Dorothy Jennings , Vernie Richardson. BACK ROW: Cafeteria Manager - Mary Chipman, Halma Dilsaver, Mary Williams . Ulf, E rs 1 1 ' l wr. .iaf .- -TT?" xxx CHERRY STREET FOOD SERVERS: Mrs . Virginia Shipman, Mrs. Sara Wright, Mrs. Lucille Trurnbo. Ii' EDISON SCHOOL FOOD SERVERS: Mary jane George, Mrs Virginia Bachelder. X X I X 'U O SENIORS Q 'Nw 'Cf--v . Nix ,faint N Q 'hw' VINCENT BROWN DENNIS DUIVYBAUCH SUSAN JORDAN KAREN HAWK PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER R.. 'ii' . CJ , lift L7 MARLENE ADAMS KAREN BACHELDER SUZANNE BARDO JUDY BARKER 1 s R iff L 'N N ' +1 ? X .wh l , is 1. L' 11- . 5 53" NANCY BELTZ DAN BENDING BRIAN BISHOP FRITZ BLANKEN SHIP Q ' f ROBIN BOWERSMITH SANDRA BROCKOVER fair- , ur' 7' ALICE CHAPMAN BRENDA CCOPER P4 YN'-fp -4?"19' RANDY BRADEN TIM BRADY TONY BRAKE we-rr,1Y"q, H . 5, ,W W' N 1-cy 17.1, - ui' 1 f' ,L JEFF BURNSIDE JUDY BUTTERFIELD REBECCA CASS .-HQ 5 . KATHY CHAPMAN MICHAEL CLARK WILLIAM CONAWAY 1 , I ':" , f v ' , g, 'x if ' ' -, Wi ,J' R Q . t x, h nl I Q 35 A 35 GAT- . L-, -AAA x '-K , A fu RL A ALISA CGOTS CARLA CURTS JEAN DAMRON JANIES DAVIS DAVID DORAN L.. LESA FOSTER LINDA GOMPF RICHARD GULLETT BYRAN HALT CHRIS HARRITOS MARVIN HARTMAN 'Q f "rf-arg JLQX I K W 1 DONALD DUDLEY WILLARD FIS SELL fry lf:-v ELIZABETH GRAHAM JOHN GRAHAM X , PATTI HAMSHER GARRY HARMAN 4? -cu? PERRY HATFIELD JESSE HAWK X X X L PHILLIP HEACOCK CLAYTON HETRICK "U" 5-f .. I ' Jr! , QI 531 I 2 QI Ar I' BRUCE HILDEBRAND DUANE HOFFMAN N KEN HUGHES LUE ANN HUNTER JACQUELYN JONES SHARON JONES 3' DAVID I-IICKSON THOMAS HICKSON i ' Li' J. w GRANT I-IOUT DALE HOWARD ni I C'v .,...4., J! MARK IRELAND PATRICK JACKSON KEVIN KELLY DAVID KNECHTLY .ix . U 1' "2-..-mr .if L 1. IL. I I DAVID KYLE RENEE LACKEY JOHN LEE CI-IARMAINE LEVERING .- . .f 9 , MARK LEVVIS PATRICIA LEWIS DAVID LONG RONALD LONG ,,,, New CHARLOTTE LYONS PHILIP MCCHESNEY MARY MCELROY DIANA MCPEEK -J CINDA MCQUISTON JULIA MAHER. SCOTT MARTIN BONNIE MASTERSON -.4ul 'Tr wg-'X -rf? U1 - sf KAY POWELL MILLER LES MORGAN SAM MULLINS ROBIN MURPHY gms QQEVI GERRY MYERS BRENDA NANCE ROCKY NELSON NANCY NEWSON XR X DONALD OHDE KENT OSBORN COLLEEN O'SULLIVAN LINDA PHILLIPS 4 RONALD POLAND DONNA REED MICHELLE RICHARD STEVE RICHARDSON will .fe 0 DAVID RIZOR JANE ROBINSON TRISHA SAYERS PATRICIA SHEETS ZZ' WJ? LYNELL SMITH KATI-IRYN TACKETT JEFF TAYLOR BECKY THOMAS f . MARK ROBINSON DOUGLAS SIPE JEFF SWEENEY MICHAEL THOMAS MARY RODMAN 'NP' LAURIE SMITH ELIZ ABETI-I TAYLOR I JULIA TODD TRACY VAIL 1:1 .hr Q ys 68 I 8: n, D 9..- . N' ' .n Vu 5,- MACHELLE WELLS ,-J NIST:- SANDRA WARNER 11' I P . A MICHAEL WATTS TERRY WELLMAN LEE VVEST ,rw , I I, I Q A SUSAN WILLIAMS WESLEY WILLIAMS PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE MICHAEL BROWN CYNTHIA cH1B1s JERRY JUSTICE DAVID KNIPP GARY MCPEEK CHARLES MILLER LX ' MICHAEL WILSON ROGER MURPHY PAUL PAOLUCCI BRYON ROGERS SHARON SMITH MICHAEL SPENCER ABOVE: jesse Hawk and Bill Conaway study near frictionless motion with the Science Department's new air track. LEFT: In Law Enforcement classes at Tri-Rivers, Gary Harman studied first aid techniques . Gary demonstrates C . P . R . to the freshman Health classes . 37 Seniors Were Found . I n n l 'je-, Y ,A ' , Q if 'Y I . ,. X L.: w,,,...,. Q . X , .fi 0 ' '. 'Q 1 V w " T fi l ON THE STAGE . . . Pat Jackson and Vince Brown enact roles IN THE KITCHEN - , - Judy Butterfield and Nancy Beltz mix in "Come Blow Your Horn' ' . up cookies in Home EC. A ,11, -Hvffn -25463 ' ,if 9 1 ni .4 in mlhg ' Sf T ' A ,H ' ' Q 9 ' ..f,..... ON THE JOB . . . Becky Thomas and Fritz Blankenship have ON A TABLE AT THE HOSPITAL . . . Bill Conaway gives the Thespian concession stand ready for business at the fair. blood at one of the Bloodmobile visits. ...And. - ,,....--t ON THE BEAM . . . Gymnast jackie Jones performs her rou - ON CUE . . . Judy Barker and Fritz Blankenship are in a serious tine . scene of ' 'The Miracle Worker' ' . -Q fe., 1 , E fr ik . ,WA . 'iff ffm . ' .' . rl . ' F 'I f ' A Er' ' ...li N. 'af ' J 'h 7' , ' wg, - ,, fr ':: Z. . ., 5 118,35 gm, ,s ,, a r . 'Ck M Ziff -H' , 1 , 'RR 5' -"J . ..',,-,r . gate -fl . 32- V i - " Qs. 1 LTU A x .1 ff-fy , ,, 4 v BLOWING THEIR HORN . . . Vince IN THE STANDS . . . 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A N 4, I ', ' l A Tim Bland Q if .4 Q ' ' 'A 4 VJLQQQ F V VY V 4:3 Connie Bowersmith , - . m X Carol Brey ' ' A , Lori Brock - ' V "-- 2' V X ' 'Q Doug Burton " ll ' ' ,M r., 4, V 1 Q 5 P, A g fe ' Eli A X 1 A A SOPHOMGRES I '03 Tom Adams Kim Augenstein Dale Barnett joe Bartley Brad Beach Lynda Belbot Tom Belcher Dale Bowersmith ,g ..1l' ' Q , a., , "' P-N . , J I ' .4 1' T ' will L I FRESH E 'U 4 ' 1 Stacey Anderson Kelly Augenstein Sharon Bachelder Jim Bailey Lisa Baxter April Barnett Tracy Bedwell Jeri Benedict Mike Blankenship Lee Blanton Vincent Blue Maria Bogan no -- N L -3 4- .-f X Ll J ' C ' fi by rQ'f'3i I' ,T vw , 'A ,4- -,, r , 4 6 1 B 'x i I f L. A x' X A X T - Ax 71 -.1 ff V 1 .V .ij I Ja, rr L frf 'L -1 M: age' B Ig 1101 A r L- i 1 L Q 1 ' , W I P mg x . 0 -fx Becky Byrd Luane Campbell David Castle Susan Clinger Mark Craven Ron Conant Brian Cossin Jacqueline Curts Jon Davis Bert Dial Sherry Dix Don Dixon Nina Edwards Kevin Evans Mark Evans Adenna Everhart Paul Fifer juli Fisher Dan Braden Tim Brake , fha jake Brey Crystal Bogard Carol Booth Cathy Booth Anita Borders Kent Bowen Debbie Brooks Ronda Bowersmith Dave Butterfield Shane Campbell Sheila Campbell Tim Campbell Dave Carpenter y 3 Lou Anne Bro JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS : FRONT ROW: Coleen Barker Pres. , Kelly McClelland Sec BACK ROW: Kathy Meyer - Vice Pres , Tim Bland - Treas. -12.5. fuk' Steve Burnside Cindy Cameron Peggy Carr Cindy Chapman Brenda Chilcote julie Conley ff ' .1 fm ix C mf' X X V A I NWI 1 Brenda Coors -Fw A 3 Lorri Corrall K Greg Craven - V ' ' i ,, Patty DeBord , 4' x, 7, -,, 5 ,, 1 Linda Dixon -- ' 1, Neal Dumbaugh ,1 A X 1 ' f y fini F5 Gary Carr X ff i Lou Carr ,hx , l',--,, ,L Letitia Carroll " "-' ,, -S 'u , ,,. Chris Castle V - in " X X 4 1 N gc., Kathy Castle ' -- 'f ' L A ,QL in Q1 Harry Cohen R A A K' S. - x 4 A Paul Compton -All M, M .' X ix, ' Leonard Coors ' .:!"P" U Q " Randy Corral A -"' l ' '- . Fred Day I I .f , , -', , Q ' 'Z , Steve Deoring A ' "4 w 11. W4 ' -A ' Cassandra Dille ' LJ . ' 'f , ' WT I if .rp ' ' 1 l K L . X.. . 'i'i:'s, A 1' Doug Edwards john Estep Judy Evans Sandy Evans jim Everhart Brian Evert A ti rl' Y ? C: :M L: S A 'S All fun -' 'LQ N -A 2 -1 y. R M Y W: X fr 1 M ' " 'e ni r Ark.. 4- f ' ge- W faq I :hw ,,. f.. , If " ,T W ,, ' A., f-fl s ,Q T , W X 'nm yi' 'K V I' Q I I 62: x ' f " A r ,fs 'V , N s as -+ -5' . 'Y' .gr ""' ' S351- .A I ' XJ' J. X , , , ,N 5, - ,ntl Z." ' " . ,t A W 1' 4 ' , T A Nz.-ss. ,4fsfVA Cindy Gandee Thomas George Donna Gray julie Gress Ruth Gullett jeff Harrnan Jack Harris Barbara Harritos Vincent Hauck Connie Hedrick Randy I-Ielt Mike I-Ioltrey 77X f if if 1 1 'J ,V -:xv . 4 ' ,nr- .z..","n' 1 I ,u. 6 Ain y F it 1 . 1 dd Nancy Richardson demonstrates how to make macrame neck- Each year sophomores order class rings. Trent Thomas in laces at the Festival of the Arts. spects sample rings. ni' 145' V . Tony Fagan n V .4 fr ,Lv K Conni Farris "' "' 1 v- ff- "Y X ' Y t 5: Tracy Feist ,ff,, ' ., -fi F R Keith Flexter 'Q If A ' if ' " ' 1, , I Grover Geyer ' 1 ' V 1 ,V A " ' N .22 1 Scott Goff - ,I 1 . "'5"1m ' T Q Y - ' 'T - Michelle compf , 1- . 'J 0 V .3 ,, - Paul Grasmehr G if , . " , U V 'Q Vicky Greenawa1+ ' '- ' ". , ' f 1 4, " f " Jeff Gress or f' , , - - -T fa N T ' , Bin Hackworfh ' ,f A ,eq 1 x -. ' r ' ' Nann Harmann T . EF 3 ,A ' ' , K5 , 'e ' H Terry Holtrey Sandy Hopkins .V+ J' 7' Allana Irons Rob jaggers .-151,-' mf ' ,' -A 5 "A. I 'xrv-...... SOIL THE f K v- v Ae, ' 'Boil the Birds' ' is the theme of the junior Class Homecoming 1 f ' float. l l . . ' U: i i if 'l '51 1 X .1-r '-k i V . V- Q... - I U Kristine Easuidge ' ' A f y ' 1' S , r Tami Farris , ', J, ' 7 E ' 0 - ' 4' r William Fife ii' .f ,gl " A ,Q ' 'v fu- ' 1 A 1 Sue Fitzgerald N sa vy ' - - , N Marijane Ford ' fl' 1 K .l , J , 7 M ' X ' Y Tom Franks if ':4f'Arp- ji V ' ' 'y m r sf F ll 'I 7 eve u er R. K 'T W ,Qt ff, '. Robert Gamhall I m e Q Q , -V " if M' Jody Grimm ' ' l " f Becci Guiher - gjgx. 1 ,I I joe Harman f " ' ,Ig A ,., Mike Harris L I ' " 1 k 4 Carl Harritos Annette Harvey Matt Harvey jerry Hatfield jimmy Hatten jeff Hawk Tracy Hawk Doug Hayes Rick I-Ieimlich ek N -1 'vc 'A 'f 4 ,- .v ' ' A- -', fr, . .1 ' ,gr 4.1 I i Wi Q-1: -fri' I rfbi I' 'Ax ,Ui :X ' JN A . -NV 7 , .K , ':1f,,., '55 , , ,Y- -N V., L 2 . .f .- ,. 4 . I A ly I A 1 4, , 1 l -,lg fi JP' 4 Jill Shipman presses a seam on her sewing project in Home Ec . A- Janice Vickery fI.ori Lupicaj explains her science fair project in the Thespian production of ' 'Marigo1ds. " A. Robin ones J , Brian Kemp Y ' K 'fa ...4 .r F,-:xx ' ,ll-' 'L 1 K I- "f Qui'--afl 5 .YJ 1, if 4 ' flag? 1 I, P 2" my Wil? -xx f A 4' xg xt if . Lu- A ,-. 1, av ., 4 Kim Kipp Debbie Lee 1 ,-. ...:1r...."f,1A-:.,.. T,,"3'.f'g ' ' "H" , . . . , . Sophomore class officers claim the top spot in the Student Council spirit chain contest. W 3 4 jg' 0 WH 5 Mark Hartman Tammy I-Iatten 'ii Mike Hayes 'Tina Heacock I y . , fy , ,1!. . H X Carol Hildebrand ,I X , N Margaret Hobson . . gf? if Q' "' V' 11, ' " Sandy Holt X 1 I, - 1 . 'X Q 1 if I Sf' iodi Ilillogrrey . H N 1, . , I Q 1sa u V N V , ,X - I Jeri Irons ' rar triage? 4 e I AJ u 'Z K, Q tx Jodi Irvine ' Robin jaggers -. as 2 Q Beth jordan . ,s Robby Keene W' nr ' 1' f 'J' Tammy Keith -s f , i W R w Terry Knaul . . I. ' K d j f ri , 1 ' 5, , I -,X 1 Katny Leve.1-ing , V , . 'ie 1 ,.iQ Jackie Lewis :fa "J fl f' M " N ' Rocky Lewis ' 4. I If - ' K' - ff li' 2 7. A ' 71' ,fe-"ani .U r" . I f l - r. v z A 3 I.1 , b , ll .. H- -i -, r ',' 'Z'-. -4 S I ' ' 0 Q h I is F 'J' " "' ' 35 f ,, . 1 5: . 'ffm 'paver 5 I T211 Q " '-We S,Sk.N't'1't r . .. -rf - Jer-fy Philbrook, Lamie Baer, and Mar-an Miner are enrolled As part of theirwork in the hon-iculwre at Tri-Rivers, Laura in the Te1e-E1eCf1-onics program at Tri-Rive1-S, Nesbitt, Lori Farris, and Mitzi Carroll gain practical experi- ence by caring for flowers in the school greenhouse. Jody Hershner Retha Hite l R ,Q D ' , . A Gary Hoffman , "' " " ""'x I " ' " " Chris Holt Q ji ---r V- I ,X .mfr Monica Holtrey ,M 5 A A! X 4, '- T' ' ' Mike Hunt , , , if gh. - ii ,V rt.: M , M L V .L - - ' - rr is-if Sl, I Liux f .mt .A , " 1 - , joan Hunter 3 V it - A1 Hutchinson fn N X Q ' ' A JJ . N Lina Hutchinson ' fx gm, ' ' J' 'P' , Todd Ireland ' N -, 1 j g Cx .. 7 - " J . Brad Irons ' - Q ff. . . 1 K Ann jones 'W " ,QF , V " '- A 3 ' . if -EEZ. tflrff-. Q fb N ' A ' g 'Q , , X. A ' x--' N.. " Russell Lewis Cindy Little Teresa Little Danny Long john Long Kenny Long dl, Debbie Lyons Kelly McCausley Susanna McClelland Sally McCurdy Becky McElroy Pat McGinnis Heather Mann Tracy Martin Robin Meyer Lyndy Michal Don Miller Mike Miller .53 . X ex L 'ar' , ' 4 lv x v A' AH I . , ll' .Y,-pu swf fi l Vol M f-' rv ' ' 1 4. M. 4 F ,xr , if ' A -fi 'ar' E EV' fl X :V xx N. le 4 as: 1 if " W-. W . .' lx 1 ' 1 T I is V 5 Qbgii-j3iegff.:if,1'fiiia L ' ' ,' A XXV ,4 A ...X y Debbie Lewis ."117'ff -A 'if?5E2i1"iJ . s X X --' . .. J Ric LYle pg s-Q' X XP' ' :ff A, ve- ' QV it 7 I - Q J ' 1 X I A Ii. 8 . l. 1 C . A g M Peggy Lyons ' ' N 4 .:,f .SQ I -. . J- Sean McCauley Dena Pi er uses a lino e machine in the Gra hics Printin A. 4 'fi " ' P ' I P 8 , Y, ,, K x Department at Trl-RIVCTS. gf .Q-Sify ,N - 1 "lt f - - -' .K . Tim Knaul 1 K 4-Y 6 "' . " 1. 1' I' W at -Q- - - 1 'L ,A x W. Ur -. 1 --4 .' ' f ' ' . f .... 'v ' X . , . x .1 , ' Doug Knipp Angie Kuehne ff r Judy Kyle Keith Levings 'A ,X A . 5' X I A j 1' 1 ,., f -. Janet Lewis x, r I Jr' 'rl V . g fa' I 1 " - nn is , ,f , - F' , A T Karen Lewis , if ... Chris Lloyd A ' 47 W -Q . 'il Thomas Lyle l J .2'3'r1 , f i - ff. Chester Machen , , , - - , -. X P' D ,N 'V ' V Kim Madeker A I A sf w A if " ' lx 'r Av Susan Madeker Xi , .1 ' f W q "1 .1 .1 of fo of 1 -' so " I .la 3 w'U,' , A ' l 03' L V Qu D l Myrna Miller Russell Morr Alan Mullett 5 '9-' 0 5.5, Mark Muuins 1 - 1 Q-- ,F .,,, Craig Nelson Y 'I G' Marjorie Ohde vi A ,fi f 4 , fl 1 n ' 'J ii Mlar' X , 5 K. Mike Patterson X , F- Mary Phillips -A :Q .J Q:-, A A s. 1' Mark Pollard students of the writers workshop I L", V A . A '1- class wrote story books for the lst graders. , - fl I ' u X I Mrs. Byers adjusts Lonnie Claus' fLonnie ll " ' Korodyj hat before leaving for the Pri- mary Christmas Party. if Math students Coleen Barker and Laura Reutter conduct an experiment on mathematical probability. id? 1, 5 .A rf. J. fm 3 'ei 1 .V F' sl l junior Kim Kipp spikes the ball against the Centerburg varsity. L, lei rv L, Ev Darrell Spencer, janet Lewis, and Brad White complete a flame test in a science class. WF f be- 5 T ' vn 1 9 -i- 1 1. 4 A is-L .fx-fa V Doug Knipp tries his hand at baking pancakes in Home Economics. . -1 ' r"x 1, N7 ' ' v ' ,I gr' A 6521, I Y .K ga 3 to A W -4-' Freshmen Class Officers: Pres . - Carl I-larritos, Sec . - Connie Farris, Vice Pres. - Rick I-Ieimlich, Treas. - jeff Hawk. Bill Hackworth and Mark Strong make a stock transaction with broker Mr. Byron in an Economics class simulation. N 1 IV A :- 1 I 'v..,, m , -. "V -4-se . . , JU' . -r be 1 f. Kelly McClelland Brian McClintock Karen McKinney Don McNamee Daniel May Kathy Meyer Gaylene Michal Steven Miller Jody Moore Carl Mynhier Chris Osborne jean Petak Qt! k JA 'aff ' X 1 fi .Q-1 f"-DPA 'I' A 6 0 . A 0 Q Em' 3 Flmifi --. 0,1 5 .- cf- D D 'i W X ll ri M - M K-A nf rv -rg' 'N ,Y x rf fr. I u 'Z' f 5, 'L my r 9 ll' l X ! It Mike Martin Ronda McGinnis Mike McKinney Debbie McPeek joy Middaugh Dawn Miller Tammy Moore Larry Mullennix Barbara Nance Mark Ohde Karen O ' Sullivan Kim Otten PQI!" -,Lf -'MY in In Home Ec . Trac Martin finds that Y breaking eggs is not always easy. Lee Ann Randall Dennis Rathburn jeff Reid Lee Roy Rizor Pamela Robinson Rob Robinson Monica Rodman Kathy Sayers Doug Seitz ? - -it . -- 1--'15,-an-A Beth Powell 'F i Stacie Randall Laura Reutter Dan Roberrts i A , Brian Sanford -' - A H, V Brian Shipman 1 ' , Y w " X W .af HR- ,gg I X V 'Wi- 'qb x David Smith Mike Squibb Mark Sterritt Rhonda Thill Lisa 'Tinch Randy Tolbert T L, 1--, i . A-' R N , ,Qi LW ,4- 11' Q Mi ., '- Patrick Porter 5, - 1, Tim Redick , has S - A Crystal Richards ' ixk-N, -, joe Richardson Nl ,fig , x' Nancy Richardson -X '- Ay 'f' N V r, ' I Y X Julia Rizor X , 1 ' 3' ,S if y u , l i Qflh A W , 4 R b ff A A Kevin o inson ' ' Chuck Salisbury ,I Af ' . M ' V' ,SJ jane Shade , " " jo! S 4 1. fr A " Kelley Sheets "' Y ' ' " ' A -,4 YU" Stephen Sheriff ' ' 1, ,N -5' ' ' Dennis Shoaf I ,A I ' .1 1 ' A V I X -' f ' f . u 2 1 lil 5 li 935 Mark Pollard and Scott Wilcox portray a scene from Shakes- H 4 W pearels ' 'The Meflchant Ofvenicel ' forasoap box opera pre' Freshmen girls leam to use the bow and arrow in Phys Ed sentation in English class. Class. - - -. At Tri- Rivers, Tracy Hedrick practices appliance installation in the Electrical Trades' model kitchen. 1,1 ,t In gr f' On registration day, Brad Doran, Julie Fisher, and Roger Wellman wait to sign up for Mr . Quinn's government classes - ' I i l Mark Shoaf 'i ' ' Tom Short ,, X , 9 f - I 'F :lx 'Q' 'E' T-Y V, Brian Smith .A -A 4 , ' lx , ID I V 55 N ' ' . Ls, Sharon Smith ,f ., f ""' A of . 7 ' X " t 7 Darrell Spencer V ' X X '- ' ' 4 A - 'Todd Sweeney lf" 4' X. ' ' " 1 . , 1 , T x FP, V b if . ,J A Nth- Connie Tackett K, A P, ' Shawn Thomas "' ' ff 9 Tami Thomas -Y I ' Trent Thomas Qi 'Y' ' Brenda Trurnbo 33 ' N ' I james Vipperman 11, . . K - if V , jill Shipman Q Darrell Short ' . J-5 , ,Q in , -f -J "' Carolyn Smith , Lf .- g NL, Mikesmirh "- - fin - qf H- A arg. -- J- Rick Smith . 'Sy - '- Y I '.- 'H A "l Q JA john Stevens I :I ' V ' 1 .fn Tlx' A A X f " xl- , "J Q' :' 1 " V ll Doug Stewart -c 8 O. ' N ,, ,sr A r 0 ,,. , jeff Squires .,,, "' K LHB ., Debbie Stoner ' ,I ff, g QQ '1 . ' JJ- , tvs. A 452 ' Mark Strong . V A l'5"'l N , ' 1 A X ' ' "-1 A. Darla Styer ' l 11.0 2 ' 5- '.. . I. l ' l .HX 's Q V I I 1 Styer rf - fifx, l 'J ' iiy fl H 1 if' ' N Xl. Tammy Vamer Roger Wellman Dennis West Bryan White Carol Wigton Mark Wilcox -1-1 V Mike Squibb gets his temperature taken before giving blood. Jocelyn Welling Brian West Annette Westbrook Debbie Whipple Brad White julie Williams Eric Wright Gail Zwick I-'f 15. ' iii' -- 7 V y """f V' rf l ' X553 - N W. lb ' -- eo'H"""9c3 '-if-f ,L .X ' " . 7 , it r M ---4 0 'N ey- y, A 1 -.,, ff -in 4 i 1 ! "- Jak ' ' J- A ' V fa? " Dpi Q Y, "5 ,f - Z' 'K 4 x 15" SF , , he i' "tg, , ,.'l.,f.Tj,1iV l ' grin 5 '- 2 'ff A if 4' ,,v.4fg W W 2 r -if--'Q' ..' Q r rv nth, '1. n is-14.1 Sally Bane observes a play activity in the Child Care Department at Tri-Rivers. Dolores Sutherland Roger Tackett Valerie Taylor Roxie Trimmer janae Tschudi Cray Warner Tina Wellman Larry Westbrook Gayla Vlfhipple David Wiehe Sue Wigton Melissa Wilcox ! . I I X, b m '. I ,-, .,,. , .K .r :.f"1. A ab f ' In 1 Why tc- . '-' ' - ' ,.' 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I V13- jim Ames Marshall Barnett Steve Bogan Mitli Carroll Cindy Cover Chris Curtis Jo Ann Day Brad Doran Lori Farris Darren Fricke Tami Hackworth Valerie Hackworth JUNIOR PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Mark Harris Tracy Hedrick Diane Hernandez Keith Ireland Rhonda Irons Patty LaRoche David Levings Cindy Lewis Rick Lewis Kim Little Lori Lupica Kenneth Mason Daniel May Teresa Merriman Martin Miller Laura Nesbitt jerry Philbrook, Dena Piper Marjorie Pope Lonnie Prater David Rader Connie Ratliff Kim Reppart Susan Smith Carla Spencer Michael Stump Rhonda Sutherland Kim Thompson Bob West Dana Slane IN MEMORIAM DOUG MYERS SOPHOMORE PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Sally Bane Bill Brucker john Hillman Robert Kinsella Gary Lanius janet Litteral Troy McDaniels Dan Muffley Gary Phillips Virginia Saylor Frank Schisler Steve Worlcman , ix MN . 4- I 11? ra 5 1 I'-.1 land I A' 75 nv 16' 1 1. 1 .M A Scott Wilcox David Willel-ce Scott Williamson Shane Wolford Sara Wood julie Wright Matthew Wright Carmen Yake FRESI-IMAN PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Karol Adams Tonya Bland Randy Hamilton Mitch I-Ieacock Marlie Smith Monty Smith 'is J"k.N.:- Principal Frank Paulman talks to a junior high student. 1, Librarian Rosellen Taylor U84- 6.-A! ATN, is ,X 4 "4 .. yn 4 arranges reading materials. Mrs . Myrtle Schofield is custodian at Cherry Street and Dave Dickerson is custodian and fireman at the junior High. Junior High School Staff N1 . ll Secretary Evelyn Shoults posts student attendance records. 1 'N 965' ' E L01 ' I A 5 I if ' R i Tv f . -, t mi 5 e , 5 A -. ' ' ' -b,-All g ,N , Ill? iii' P K ,c ' - ' ' 5' 'xg 5, l' "Af ' ncgg. Physical Education teacher Marcia Tracey referees a softball game . Woody Augenstein Dan Barker Melissa Bartley Brian Baughman Quint Belcher Michael Beltz Jodie Benson Kim Blue Michelle Bogard John Bowersrnith Randy Boyd Sherry Brady Sam Brey Randy Brooks Lynette Bush Shelley Campbell Craig Cardwell Rena Carte Alex Castle Gladys Casto Teresa Casto Kevin Clark Marlin Cohen Randy Cole Brenda Conant Teresa Coots Tracey Corder Brad Curl Jim Curts Tim Danmron Patt Daugherty Lori Davis Jim Dixon Joe Dixon Neil Feist Ben Foust Brad Fricke Gina Fuller jerry Gandee Becky Gattshall Steve Gray jill Griffith Tina Grimm Doug Gruber jon I-Ialfhill Matt Hamwey Don Harman Laura Harris Myron Hartman Eighth Grade I I ' 0 'ln Tl l , w . i t I 4 . , F !! f K ' ,-. A XT 1 Y YV Q R I. if . I lx' 'il Tx Ji K ll ,X .f-gi' W I Kd- 5 '1-1' W' ' 5 .' t vw-I ' X S.. ,AO 'J ' Y H 1 Y u y l H, .Eff In X ,Wi e , ,,, f 'NY V H i I W' ,rt fr U 1 ,P,, , ,..-, ,d ,X In , ix -,Z-1 vl va , xi A., ,411 C7 1 ' 1- 7 ' 1 L' I 1 ,F X W . K , lil jill Hawk Tim Hoffman Carol Hull junior james Joyce Johns Susan johnson Lisa Keith Paul Kemp Nila Klaiber Rick Kuehne Jean Levering Dan Levings Sandra Lewis Earlene Linder Kelly Little David Lyon Frank Mashesky Mike Mattix Brenda McChesney Wayne McCurdy Cindy McKinney Debbie Merriman Loretta Middaugh Eve Miller Keith Minigh jackie Monk Robby Moody Lisa Morgan Mary Mullennix Denise Mullett Sandra Mullins Jill Nesbitt Bill Otten Todd Patrick Robert Pope Laura Prater Jerry Ratliff Dee Reppart Wanda Ridenour Robert Riley Chris Robinson Noel Robinson Scott Rollyson Anna Saylor Dawn Schofield Paul Sheets Greg Shoewalter Annette Smith Paula Smith Scott Snyder Marty Sterritt Dan Stevens Scott Strayer Kerry Strong Cathy Styer Gregg Sweeney Rod Thill jim Thompson Kelly Tinch Shelley Trainer Mechelle Troyer Tammy Vanl-Iorn A' . Bob Val-ner Glenn Vipperman Jerald Votaw Leslie Waggoner christina Webb if Q 6 Kim Wilkins P' - 1 mag- " ff X K X 1' ff' ,T Tim Wilkins Rob Williamson Patty Wilson Lynn Wise Gerry Zwick L11 ABOVE: Alex Castle , Paul Kemp, Paul Sheets, Greg Shoewalt Todd Patrick pose with their construction model in shop. RIGHT: On Junior High Career Day, Chip Gross, Morrow C Game Protector, was one of several speakers, 60 N Q Bill Adams Darlene Adams jerry Ashbrook Dan Baer Christine Bailey Suzi Barnett Mike Bedwell Donna Belbot Tammy Benton Ginger Bowden David Bowersmith Ronda Boyd Tori Braden Nat Brady Teri Brake Robin Browning David Burden Angela Bush Dan Campbell Suzanne Campbell Lula Casto Kathy Chilcote jeff Clark Tracy Conant Chris Conaway Tim Cook Andy Cooper Terry Coots Scott Cox Randy Crawford Mike Cmtis Teri Curts John Day Larry Elliott Karla Evans Dawn Fisher Lori Geyer Charles Greenawalt john Guiher Louanne Hall Corinna I-Iarritos Chris Hart Nathan Harvey jon Hatfield Debra Hawk Glenn Hayes jeff Higgins Anna Hillman Brenda Holtrey Theresa Hughes Chris Irons David jackson Andrea jaggers Debbie Jewell Arnold Johns Molly Keenan Bonnie Lanthorn Mark Leary Brenda Levings Cary Lewis Karen Lewis Nathan Long Mike Machesky Ronda Maddy Jim Maslar Kay McCarty john McCurdy Tonya McLoughlin Paul Middaugh Frankie Moore Dan Mullen Janet Mullins Jon Myers Chuck Ocker Mike Ohler Arin O'Sullivan Mike Perry Kristy Philbrook Mark Rader Rod Randall Dean Reed Nlike Reed David Reutter Richard Roach Mike Roush Denise Russo Kevin Salisbury Deanna Schofield Carol Shaffer Dan Shoaf Deidra Sipe Bruce Smith Kim Smidm Robin Sparks Sue Stevens Peter Stewart Chris Stoner Melinda Stotts Steven Tackett Tina Taylor Colleen Thomas Lori Thomas Rene Todd Melissa Tomlin Sherry Trainer ar- f 2' -1 .4- 3 Q ' w me A jg I w 1 UQ YN 1- f ll ' 1 3 f,-1. "T , f - A . -,N l .u l Jlgilf l H Q : 4ll'5','-f' i' W A 2 11 , L Q L' III ' rv' L limi I I V ' XA K t I Z C I 4 L Ll, ... xl . ' L L' alll, '54 l 'ills Q 'ii " ' ' " I! H ,NRI A 1 E l' I ' f 'JJ rx, I 1 x 1 5- K' iii . 1. Gladys Casto , Brenda McChesney , Joyce johns , Denise Mul- lett model skirts and dresses they made in Home Economics . I , , . - ' if-w"'r' ab -Q-lip I , EY -f ', 7 ,- - . F 2 'f ' , J ' , 'Q -v aft ' ' A- ' I Z'v L r Ur . y . uf. . . ,, .my ' A fn h .v ,gf QQ, .1 S - 1, .. N A : 1- ,-"' - 'Jim 0 -be' I in 'id ' 1 1,131 '1-' -jr - ,VL . I X- f x If ,'-13 ' - ,, , ' 'E D I .lg Q 3. . nufx f 'I 5 gl' ! -' 'J 'N' fi -af - -' 1' . 'sf 1 E. l MV' " - V " ' " , DA"-'fi g .. J 5 "B ' ' H 'f f' - ' 'I r' ,W , - K 'gx iv 4 -4 - ' ' U A -3 , xv . . .4-, - ' 'ee ' .grx V ' V f' " ',...1?""-.:'-51. Students in Mr. Kimmey's held a husking bee as part of a social science unit. Wayne McCurdy, Charles Greenawalt, john McCurdy, Tim Counts, and Earlene Linder race to see who can finish their pile of com first. L cz W 1 5 W . I Rick Vanl-Iouten E Y Lisa Varner fv S , f' Robert Waggoner - - ' V ' '. j Rodger Waller ' 7' , Doug Walters Debbie wenfy 1, , ' lv if I Tom Wellman Gary Westbrook Robert Wolford Becky Woods - ' Deborah Wright X X N Linda Wright is ' 'ik -V 'nl ,gt , '-it Ms. ., ' , 4 fs -.mg 'L i Viz ,r In girls' intramural basketball , the Mini - Shooters and Tenni Shooters commence action. ,Aj fi 1 I :LJ Q, A sa ET L it ...ies ' ' nce class built a minature model of a I 5 gl Mr. Oyster s scie Foucault pendulum. Laurie Harris, Paul Kemp, Kent Mc- Millan, Randy Cole , Myron Hartman, and Brad Curl wat the effect gravity has on the swinging pendulum. ch is Mike Mattix makes his approach in the high jump. Kim Smith, one of two girls on the Jr. High track team, warms up before a meet. K .1 AHDQQ If V' Dave Oreweiler of HPM speaks to a group of students on jr. Shelly Campbell takes her turn at bat in Phys. Ed. class. High Career Day. Band Members Rene Todd , Nathan Long , and Rod Thill ac- Rob Moody kicks off to start the game with Crestline . company the jlmior High Choir at the PTA Christmas pro- gram. lx Mrs. Maude Griffith checks Sandy Mullins sewing. The eighth grade basketball team prepares to go on offense after traveling was called on their opponent. Royal Court for the Valentine Dance . KFRONTJ Don Harman, Paula Smith, Retiring King Scott Williamson, King John Bower- smith, Queen Melissa Bartley, Retiring Queen janae Tschudi, Susan johnson, Kevin Clark. QBACKJ Gregg Sweeney, jill Hawk, Myron Harhnan, Eve Miller. Eighth Grade Team Is 3-3 For Season The eighth grade football team ended their season with a 3-3 record. The team posted victories over Colonel Craw- ford, River Valley, and Cardington. Outstanding defensive player for the year was john Bowersmith. For the offense , Paul Sheets was recognized for his outstanding play. Gregg Sweeney runs as the line opens the hole. EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Tim Wilkin- son, Mike Beltz, Paul Sheets, Marty Sterritt, Tim Damron, Jim Dixon, Coach Virgil Staley. ROW 2: Mike Mattix, jerry Gandee, Jim Curts, Gregg Sweeney, Don Harman, John Bowersmith. ROW 3: Robbie Moody, Kevin Clark, Myron Hartman, Brad Fricke , Randy Cole, Todd Patrick. ROW 4: Tim Hoffman, Dan Barker, Bob Varner, Rob Williamson, Marty Cohen, Brad Curl. BACK ROW: Quint Belcher, Joe Dixon, Rick Kuehne , Robert Pope , Randy Brooks, Brian Baughman, Frank X Machesky - Mgr. P Paul Sheets blocks for Greg Sweeney on a sweep. Mt. Gilead's defense swarms over a Crestline runner B LI , . .4L-....a..a-a T J-. .-,. Scott Cox competes in the long jump. Jr. High Track Team Records 5-1 Season The Mt. Gilead junior High Track team had a very suc- cessful season. The young Indians under Coach Cris King compiled a season record of five wins and one loss in a dual meet. Their lone loss was to Highland junior High be a one point margin . The Indians won both the Mt. Gilead and Fred- ericktown Invitationals. Paul Sheets races down the pole vault runway . Paul set a new Rob Moody prepares to throw the discus . Rob was undefeated dual meet pole vault record of 11 feet. in the discus during the 1978 season. 4 , if - IUNIOR HIGH TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Rob Williamson, Kerry Strong, Robert Waggoner, Tim Damron, Debra Hawk, Kim Smith, Dan Campbell, Mike Machesky, Mike Curtis, Jim Dixon, Nathan Harvey, Gary Westbrook, Tim Cook, Chris Irons, Mike Perry. ROW 2: Frank Machesky, John Bowersmith, Rob Moody, Randy Crawford, Mark Rader, Rod Randall, john Guiher, Nathan Long, jerry Ashbrook, Mike Ohler, Randy Brooks, Jerry Gandee, Doug Walters, Andy Cooper, Jeff Clark. ROW 3: Marty Cohen, Scott Cox, Rick Van I-Iouten, Jon Myers, Jim Curts, Paul Sheets, Mike Mattix, Bob Wolford, Pete Stewart, Chris Conaway, Marvin Edwards, Dan Baer, I.arryElloitt. BACK ROW: Louis Hensley, Gregg Sweeney, Marty Sterritt, Kevin Clark, Brad Fricke, Don Harman, Dan Barker, Brian Baughman, Scott Rollyson, Randy Cole, Rod Thill, Scott Strayer, Dave Jackson, Mike Roush, Paul Middaugh. ELEMENTARY SIXTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: jimmy Bunker, Glenda Latham, Shauna Campbell, Kelly Everhart, Margie Korody, Janet Corbin, Clara Ridenour, Rhonda Davis, Michelle Roush, Cassie McCreight, Cristina Harden, Shelly Hootman, Ivirs. Rita Kimmey, Christine Peterson, Mike Kreider, Darrin King. SLIDE: joel Higgins, Randy Hoffman, jim Shaffer, Chris Fricke, Bill Snyder, Ron Morr, Lee Mullins, Don Morrison, Tom Baker, Rod Graham, Pat McCauley, Bryon Lemaster. Absent: Heidi Van Romer, Robbie Gould. Y Y-,V lf-2,-.,....,,.-fi SIXTH GRADE: KNBELING: Shelly McClelland, Laura Trainer, Becky Goff, Diana Roach, Cathy Monk, jamie Bunker, Paul Castle , David Johnson, David Ricks, Michael Ried, Paul Lindsay. ROW2: Angie Roberts, RobinNesbitt, Suzanne Bell, Amy Connant, Joyce Halfhill, Brian Patterson, jim Thomas, Carl Clingan, Dick Higgins, Dave Mickley, Ray Little , Dale Miller. BACK ROW: Debbie Davis , Vicky Brady, jannetta Fryman, Dorene Lee , joe Maslar, Jonathon Collins, Mark Willeke, Arthur Miller, Mr . Edmund Fidler. XX , ,P i . 'Q' l ll? Ur"-Y if ' i 5, S: . " ' - 32:1 le. Uv' ' "F . -d A' , f A 1 ' 'McClelland 's Monsters' ' are ready and waiting for field day competition . At the PTA art show, Tracy McQuistion makes yarn stars or "God's Eyes' ' . SIXTH GRADE: BOTTOM ROW: Steve Fidler, Glenn Daugherty, David Ram- sier, Bobby Moss, Billy Belcher, Brian Votaw. ROW 2: Sabrina Bailey, Norma Murphy, Chris Casto, Jeff Smith, Amy Hunt, Ronda Reeder, Kathleen Evans. ROW3: Mrs . Betty Roberts, Denise Pol- lard, Paula Martin, jack McCoy, Don Copp, Paul Blocksom. ROW 4: janet Randolph, Dale Creasap, jack Ames, Earl Chipman, Randy Brewer. TOP ROW: Tammy Stacy, Pam Sweeney, Julie Griffith, Deidre Rathburn, Wendy Scott. SIXTH GRADE: BOTTOM ROW: Larry Kitts, Deanjackson, Tracy McQuistion, Shad Keith, Jeff West, Cody Eastridge . ROW 2: Laura Booth, Jannetta Graham, Carolyn Tackett, Lori Landon, Terri Seitz, Brenda Maddy, Karen Martin, Shelly Rankin. ROW 3: Tammy Casto, Linda Bartlett, Shannen Fagan, Nancy Humphrey, Devin Strong, Mrs. Phylis Miller. ROW 4: James Hatfield, Bill Lyon, David Madeker, Kevin Wolford. TOP ROW: Alan I-Ielt, Renee Van Horn, Tracey Elliott, Nancy LaRoche , Tammy Cooper. Dancing the Virginia Reel was a popular discovery activity. Ed and Rita Kimmey provided instruction and camp director , Deborah Yandala, supplied authentic music . U3 Counselor Judy Barker assists Lori Landon and Jannetta Graham with candle-dipping . Members of Mr. Kimmey's class record the day's activities in their journals . Members of Mrs . Roberts' class take turns weaving on a loom during their session at the Homestead. Debbie Davis and Shelly Rankin concentrate on weaving baskets of natural materials in one of the discovery centers. Meals are served family style. These campers wait for the "table hoppers" to bring the food to their table . Environmental Ed. New Sixth Grade Program A popular addition to the sixth grade curriculum this year was Environmental Education. Approximately 120 students and their teachers spent November 21 to 23 at the Lutheran Memorial Camp near Fulton. Class sessions were held in pioneer life , orienteering, and forest study. Discovery ac:- tivities included crafts, folk dancing, and cheerleading. Because of its popularity with the students, the program will be repeated again next year. The most popular activities at camp cen- tered around the Homestead. Mrs. Mi1ler's class is shoum as they enjoy baking corn- Terri Seitz stirs up the combread after class members have b d b . th d ground the com into meal. rea y Ploneer me O S ' . if ..aV' lvf Jeff Tschudi spoons the batter into a cast iron kettle for baking . The kettle is covered with hot coals and hung over the fire to bake . I. gg , a' r, p V vgi e vs -' ,f'1f..1r-. ,-Q31 . " " " 17 an . A 4 I .1 , lv I ll I il A X --' I ,vi- f . The Homestead instructor checks to see if the combread is Terri Seitz tastes the cornbread she helped mix. done. J- 1 , . y , Cheery Street , fa,- Elementary Staff H J 'i " L 'L 'A 11:45 ,. I H", 1 U I g.. --L I--. . up u g If 1- - .. T51 ' 1 Yr GNXQ4 , ' , ' Ili ,lxllrz It 1 Q 1 Reading Specialists for the elementary grades are Miss Della Principal Pat Giar and Secretary Bonny Galleher compare Earley and Mrs. Maxine Reesman. notes. - 'Tuff . LEFT - STANDING: jane Griffith - Fifth, Laura Pearce - Fourth, Patricia Rinehart - Fourth. RIGHT - STANDING: Marcia Higgins - Fifth, Karen I-Iehrer - Music, Gladys Starlin - Art. BOTTOM ROW - SEATED: Barbara Fricke - Fifth, Maxine Rees- man - Reading Specialist, Arm Parks - LDXBD, Patricia Tribble - Special Education, Mary Craner - First, MIDDLE ROW: Jane Brucker - Second, Patrick Giar - Principal, jane Rathburn - Third. TOP ROW: Joyce Giauque - Third , Alice Marsh - Second, Dolores Reutter - Third, Franz Minton - Second. Edison Elementar School Staff rigfil' gigs' - 15 . - jj, ff Z, xii" Ax! The new principal at the Edison School is Timothy Scherer. Mr. Scherer presents a retirement giftto Mr. and Mrs. Kinsel Mr. Scherer is from the Toledo area. Sipes. Mrs. Sipes taught third grade and Ivlr. Sipes was cus- todian at Edison for many years . FRONT ROW: Mabel Sipes - Third, Mary McAlister - Kindergarten, Ruth Drunkenmiller - Second, Helen Farrington - First, Bob Castner - Elementary Phys . Ed . , Edmund Fidler - Elementary Guidance , Kathleen Cass - Fourth, Sue Rankin - Teacher Aide , janet Bedwell - Teacher Aide, Naomi Lather - School Psychologist, Linda Gray - Secretary, Phylis Miller - Sixth, Rita Kimmey - Sixth, Betty Roberts - Sixth, Doris Baird - Fifth, Timothy Scherer - Principal. FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Trever Holtrey, Connie Wigton, Tammy Tinch, Sherry Beach, Dawn Troyer, Laura Mills, Tracy Redick. ROW 2: jeff Miley, Monty LaRue, Demiis Levings, Rick Moss, Melissa Hart, Curt Robinson, Craig Reeder, Eric Van Schoyck. ROW 3: Candy Ruhl, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Jamie Fisher, Tammy Red:mon, Cindy Reed, Christina Graham, Cindy Morrison, Larry Adkins. BACK ROW: Mrs. Bar- bara Fricke, Andy Russo, Mike Wal- ter , Lauretta Baker , jeanice Middle - ton, Brenda johns, Melissa Compton. FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Chris Kuehne, Diana Schonauer, jeff Perry, Colleen McGinnis, Renee Corral, Cathy Knechtly, Tom Wad- dell. ROW 2: Cindy Curl, Lisa Bishop, Tommy Gompf, Kim Sims, David Griffey Matthew Beltz. ROW 3: Joe Blanton, Laura Hoppe, Lisa Crawford, Kim Wolford, Susan Wil- cox, Donna White, Chris Anthony. BACK ROW: Juanita Martinez, Rod- ney Benson, jim Wise , Don Bennett, John I-Iarbaugh, Steve Richardson, Mrs. jane Griffith. FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: David Whitt, Charles Barton, Leon Irons, joey Jones, Deena Maddy, Krista Fix , Philip Coots, Tricia MCI-Iugh, Mrs. Marcia Higgins. ROW 2: Bryan Adams, Mike Bush, Mark Wiseman, Regina Stevens, Mike Bennett, Wil- liam Stump, Ron Dixon. ROW 3: Maria Leary, Tom Baxter, Jodi Far- ris, Vicky Whitman, Tony Owens, Robin Schilnmoeller, Kim Young, Rob Snyder. BACK ROW: Kevin Carte, Heidi Hull, Beth Webb, Melissa Maslar, Tracy Schindley, Dennis Geyer. Absent: Tracey Doran. FIFTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Susan Hunt, Cheryl Stotts, Susan Hughes, Troy Hill, Ryan Mattix, Michele Palmer, Melissa Raines, Lisa Snyder, Kelly Snyder, Kelly Buchanan, Mrs. Doris Baird . ON SLIDE: Mike Castle , Sean Baker, Dean Mosier, Don jack- son, Mark Waller, Philip Graham, Michael Welling, Pam Bedwell, Valorie McAvoy, Eric Bush, Mindy McChesney, Debbie McAvoy, Scott Orcena, Sharon Shoaf, Melissa Col- lins, Tonua Barton, La Donna Mul- lins , Kim Thompson. FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Mrs . Linda Howard , Stacy Greenwalt, Kim Keith , Randy Beach , Elizabeth Tom- lin, Elizabeth Roach, Stephanie Shepard, Laurie Martinez. ROW 3: Randy Chilcote , Brian Hershey, Rachel Palmer, Colleen Copp, Mike Tolbert, Eddie Ransbottom. ROW 3: Chris Eichler, David Bowles, Kevin Kilgore, Kim Franks, Lynette Mor- gan, Noel Van Romer. BACK ROW: Jody Carte, Dick Nelson, Michelle Rankhorn, Lisa Snider, Carla VVright, Lisa Shoewalter. FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Mrs . Laura Pearce, Robin Powell, Donna Refinati, Shelly Machesky, Kristin Fidler, Susan Reid, Kelli Ashbrook, Ted Furniss. ROW 2: Beth Bensley, Greta Loren, jim Gress , Greg Bunker, jeff Roush, Debby VViseman, Gail Snell. ROW 3: Michelle Cotton, Holly Hughes, joe Matson, Jim Har- man, Jon Higgins, jennifer Kimmey, Mike Cook. BACK ROW: Sean Brink- man, Paula Belbot, Connie Davis, jennifer Hootman, Brenda Mullett, Tim Hack. , ll-I Gary Chub and jeff De Lattre win 1st place in the three- legged race . N Q -. v A' 4 :N xr . -712, . Q Michelle Cotton, Stacy Greenawalt, Stephanie Shepard, I-leather Young, and Angie Levings use wall paper to make quilt patterns . 0 Fifth graders from Mrs. Higgins class N520 r wrote their version of ' 'Jack and the Beanstalk" for a puppet show. The show was then presented to the first and second grades . David Whitt played Jack, Jodi Farris was the nar- rator, Kim Yoxmg played jack's I , 1 mother, and Melissa Maslar played the giant. fi I' i - L-A . .- Fourth grade girls line up for the start of the sack race The fifth grade spelling champs at Cherry Street are QFRONTJ jeff Miley, Melissa Maslar, Robby Snyder, IBACKJ Laura Hoppe, Monte LaRue, and Lisa Crawford. in. i. I 1 i U x 1 . ,.:f ' i gut- I r mit, Vi tj A' . ' 4 lei' ry' E 'N fb' Tim Hack competes in the standing broad jump event at field day . FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: Cathy McElroy, Lisa Sisk, Brian Zer- man, Lori Conkle, Rusty Klaiber, Yvonne Bartman, Teresa Mullins. ROW 2: Brent Pierce, Robbie John- son, Bret Baker, Melody Fletcher, Tammy Smith, lvlrs. Kathleen Cass. ROW 3: Ken Wolfe, Mike Hurtt, jimmy Dodds, Kenny Smith, jamie McAvoy. BACK ROW: Angela Har- vey, Dawn Higgins, Shanna Lever- ing, Gary Humphrey, Earl Linder, Angela jackson, Brian Gray. FOURTH GRADE: FRONT ROW: jeff DeLattre, Steve Fowler, Amy Guiher, Stefanie Wagner, Angie Everhart, Stacy Siegfried, Becky Smith, Kathy Fricke. ROW 2: Brian Dye, Tony Nicholson, Heather Young, Leana Scott, Eric Mickley, Regina james. ROW 3: Steve Hat- field, Kellye Flexter, Chuck Goers, Keith Kilgore, Ernest Blanton, Gail Mullett, Shiela Dean. BACK ROW: Mrs. Patricia Rinehart, Angie Levings, Teresa Hollingsworth, Bruce Ramsier, Gary Chubb, Michelle Otten, Carol Ridenour. -gs-.G Noel Van Romer, Bryan Hershey, Randy Chilcote play kick ball at recess . THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Linda Maddy, jeff Ransbottom, Shannon Kilgour, Andy Hershey, Ted Trout, Kirby Francis , Amy McCreary. ROW 2: Trisha Strait, Tonya Rupp, Rob- bie Chalfant, Ray Finnell, Scott Curts, Shelly Reed, La Donna Stevens . ROW 3: Mrs . Dolores Reut- ter, Michele Walter, Brad Staiger, Mark White , Rod Brewer, Randi Mc- Ouistion, Jody Edwards . BACK ROW: Randy Snyder, Scott I-Iershner, jeremy Ohde , Tom Williams , Stacy Drake , Dawn Bolles. THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Beth Creasap, Stephanie McCreight, Lee- Ann Benton, Tina Baer, Sherry Per- singer, Valerie Schimmoeller, Clarence Casto. ROW 2: Tommy Latham, Roxie Monk, Lisa Edwards, Troy Landon , Marty Wertz , Todd Ul - lom. ROW 3: Steve McFarland, Allen Wigton, Denny Noble, Larry Coun- trytman, Darren Shade , Tyson Griggs, Tommy Cooper. BACK ROW: Mrs. jane Rathburn, Rollie Thill, Brent Staley, Tommy Brooke , Kim Weas- ton, Charisse Eckard. Absent: Deb- bie Coots, Sherri Dean. In the high school theater production ' 'The Miracle Worker' ' , several ele- mentary students from various grades played the role of blind children at the Perkins Institute for the Blind, FRONT ROW : Thad Fidler, Steve Fidler, Holly Hughes, Kristin Fid- Ier, Theresa Ohde, Shelly Machesky, Pat McCauley. BACK ROW: Don Ohde, jefre Tschudi, Cody East- ridge , Wendy Scott, Sandy Evans, Julie Gress, Kristin Bulkowski. julie Gress portrayed the role of Ann Sul- livan and and Don Ohde of Mr . Anag - nos of Perkins Institute. T' Eur? V V V. I., , I F, I vw ,. 2,41 jg' -1 THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Chad Casto , Brian Buchanan, Andy Hoff - man, Shawn Maiyer, Chris Moore, Tammy Van Houten, Terry Edwards, Craig Graham , Sharon Stanley , Nikki Lemaster, julie Mosier, jimmy Hud- son. BACK ROW: Robin Loring, Kelly Smith, Kim Beall, Elizabeth Pollard, Angela Furniss, Tricia Murphy, Cindy Bell, William Edwards, Tina Hankins, julie Elliott, Mrs. Mabel Sipes . THIRD GRADE: FRONT ROW: Kelly Nesbitt, Lori Lacivita, Kevin La Rue, Shannon Leary, Keith Votaw, Joe Butterfield, Zulfi Ahmed. ROW 2: Keith Shipman, Lynnie Morr, jay Postell, Wesley Elford, Brian Bar- nett, David Compton. ROW 3: Jill Griffith, Jody Harris, Angela Baugh- man, Mike Reid, Charlene Walker, David Burns, Mike Peters. BACK ROW: Mrs. Joyce Giauque, Betty Sears, Melinda Cardwell, jeff Ren- shaw, joel Seckel, Ronnie Van Schoyck, Derek Yeagly. N , Sf f, , fu' , : . . ' F- , ' -., ft my A-N., 'N - 'fd'-v" Y ... 1'-LL. Mrs . Sipes works with a group of students in one of her learn- While studying the universe , students in Mrs . Giauque 's 3rd ing centers. grade make play dough planets. SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: David Gattshall, Ronnie Fowler, Mary jo Anthony, Adrienne Palmer, Sandy Sears, Dawn Hoppe, Nikki Wagner. ROW 2: Mrs. Jane Brucker, jeff Kilgour, jerry Miley, Tammy Pierce, Angie McMillin, Lori Per- singer, Luke Taylor. ROW 3: Todd Decker, Kristina Counts, Tadd Nicholson, Debbie james, Patty Carr, Roni Chubb, Kevin Patrick. BACK ROW: Carrie Boyd, Randy Ear- ley, Shannon Lemley, Virgil Scho- field, Michelle Hedrick, Alena Miller. SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: Pam Reed, Ranee Thomas, Tonia Scott, Shannon Gilmore , Missy Hines , Bob- by Belcher, Chad Ruhl. ROW 2: April Anthony, Lisa Taylor, Patty Baughman, Melanie Marshman , Tonya Collins, Jeanie jason, Lane Miller. ROW 3: Mrs. Alice Marsh, Heather Augenstein, Candee Har- den, Melissa Zerman, jeff Harbaugh, Mike Welty, Travis Schindley, Angela Moore . BACK ROW: Barbara Hollingsworth, Bob Nelson, Calvin Pierce , Bill Arnold, Michael Kirk. Absent: Patrick DeBord . SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: Lena Meadows, Eric Hughes, Mike Ha- mon, Tina Bunker, Craig Matney, Cindy Birckbichler, Anna Stanley, Pat Beall, jim Saum. ROW 2: Anna Hamilton, Meegan Levering, Angie Rankin, Lorie Mynhier, Anthony Bush, Amy Ramborger, Lisa Tackett. BACK ROW: Carmen Roush, Steve Burden, Paul Palmer, Tom Strong, Kenny Collins, Todd Coning, Alan Mattix, Brian Thompson, Mark Crawford, Larry Skinner, Mrs. Ruth Druckenmiller . -.' SECOND GRADE: FRONT ROW: Eric Squires, Kraig Shipman, George Levisay, Torrey Corder , Kelly Cook, Al Craven. ROW 2: Mrs. Franz Min- ton, Wendy Richards, Kevin Pierce, Sean Dusek, Mark Bartley, Thad Fidler, Teresa Ohde , Bobby Ruhl. ROW 3: Eric Walters, jimmy Jones, Tonya I-Ieacock, Kenneth Higgins, jeff Levings, Karolyn Lewis, joe Casto. BACK ROW: Kim Creamer, Bonnie Van Sickle, Alicia Drake , Robin Kimes, Audrey Troyer, An- nette Baer, Merrily jackson. s.. has During Right-to-Read Month, Anthony Bush, Pat Beall , and Carmen Roush read books of their choice in free reading time. 4,-1 gig, , ABOVE: Mike Kirk and Barbara Hollingsworth use string dip- :-XX ped in a mixture of paint and glue to paint on wax paper. W LEFT M1SSYH1HESfTOP, and Tonya Collins portray animals I I I - 7 in The King's New Pet ' . M 81 LD! BD: FRONT ROW: Heidi Van Horn, Lejagn Berry, Betty Daugherty, Debbie West, Lori Graham. BACK ROW: Greg Morrison, Angela Augen- stein, Donnie Lafferty, Billy Mc- Laughlin, Miss Ann Park. SPECIAL EDUCATION: FRONT ROW: Miss Patricia Tribble, Ken Smith, Fred Preston, Sherri Burns, Chris Thompson , Tim Ullom, Bill Hamon . BACK ROW: Gracie Lewis, Lisa Schrader, Tim Ball, Kevin McCoy, Sonny Ball, Todd Pinyerd. ,, -.. -Tx-5 , , , 1 I 1 Im 1 I I ., 1 .-J I ft' 1 T T -Q B ' iid iii T af' , S Y 1 , ABOVE: Lisa Schrader and Sherri Burns demonstrate macreme on coat hangers at the PTA art show. RIGHT: During field day, Tim Ball competes in the soft ball throw. 1 Y L., 1 w - 1 c w jst 1 .iq ill: ,T is .yfifc-'QRS -3 ' 1' "T Z'-' :::Tv"'w V 7 Lf." . bl L' - l 4' 5 iff" it I -H, , YY Robin Nesbitt reads a story to first grader Todd Snyder. S fTopj Todd Decker, Alena Miller, fBottomQ Robin Kimes, and Lane Miller enter their posters in the T.B. Christxnas Seal contest. Mrs. Logan helps Kenny Hollingsworth, Rob Bishop, Scott I : 1 Dempsey, and Mike Smith with their reading lessons. I ' i t i V YU 'V V. 'i L ,Q I .A"7w fl .4 J , V A 1 A l "' I 4' Q K ,E -L ABOVE: Angela McMillan receives help from art teacher V " X N Mrs. Starlin. LEFT: Angie Trimmer and jeff Elliott take a V ' spelling test . ,ff . f FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Me- linda Bowling, Scott Kitmes, Stacy Beck, Tyna Mann, Chrissy Street, Scott Brocklesby, Ben Graham, Mike Smith. ROW2: Denise Downer, Ken- ny Hollingsworth, Rob Bishop, Me- lissa Moore, Annette Celli, Tony Beldon, Daric Georiades, Geoff Bix- ler, Kerrie Scheff. BACK ROW: Scott Dempsey, Shane Roberts, John Reaper, Ruby Prichard, Tina McFar- land, Cheri Reed, Shanna Dean, Dawn Walker, Tony Detwiler, Denny Miller, Mrs. Ruth Logan. FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Clar- ence Muncy, Melissa Perry, jeff Bunker, Lisa Redmon, J.B. Smith, Colleen Welty, Tony DePolo, Tony Loring, Lonnie Levisay. ROW 2: Robin Peterson, Shelly Finnell, Shane Bennett, Kristen Maher, Sandi Welch, Reece Martin, Nathan Cot- ton, Ricky Van Schoyck, john Blan- ton, Tina Castle. BACK ROW: Mark Mentzer, Robin Keene, Allan Cum- ston, Teresa McKinney, Tony Demp- sey, jil1Seckel, Nathan Hull, Lonnie West, Cathy Burns, Lynn Sebring, Renie Celli, Mrs. Anna Cronenwett. FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Jason Martin, Susan Shepard, Susie Sharp, Malinda Chalfant, Shane Bennett, Lonnie Scott, Melissa Hollingsworth, john Trout, Craig Staley. ROW 2: Bruce Levings, Kerry Martinez, Tanfnny Chelette, Dewayne Carte, Shane Peters, Colette Colcott, jim- my jones, Tom Demsey, Heather Wilson. BACK ROW: Melanie Spear- man, Bronwyn Naysmith, Teresa Heacock, Juanita Preston, jeremy Ball, Tracy Sherman, Ryan Card- well, Clay Brady, Mark Owens, Rosie Ruhl, Mrs. Ruby jackson. Absent: Heidi Graves. fr EVE!! L,-1 553 I Q I 1 had AQ: R I r-'-"-Y 'mms Q FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Chris- tine lreland, Dennis Busse, Todd Snyder, Randy Casto, jerry Murray, Brian Stotts, Eric Roush, Rusty Skeens. ROW 2: Miss Helen Farring- ton, jimmy Brey, Faith Casto, Angie Honaker, Brian Hoffman, jeff El- liott, Tom Conkle , Chanda Pfeifer. ROW 3: Leslie Wolf, Cathy Saum, Matt Mamey, Adam Keirns, Alica Powers. TOP ROW: jeff Ryan, Robbie Peters, Shawn Honaker, Angie Trim- mer, Kalene Robinson, Cherie Hawk. FIRST GRADE: FRONT ROW: Robert Irons, Michael Kimmey, Chris Mc- Coy, Spring Baer, Melissa Hutchin- son, Michele Ghent, Tisha McLough- lin. ROW2: Mrs . Mary Craner, Debra Morrison, Stacey Mattix, Dawn Wiseman, Travis Benson, Shanna March, Troy Miller, Samantha Mc- Creight. ROW 3: Steve Fuller, Har- vey Keenan, joe Wright, j.D. junk, Bret Shoewalter, Rachel Lindsey. BACK ROW: Kim Stoner, Lisa West, David Hatfield, Steve Underwood, Lori Kehrwecker, Wendi Clements. , 1 'WI fFT"ji . 1 E 4, In music class , Dr. Karen I-Iehrer instructs a first grade Mr. jackson helps Debra Morrison down from the jungle gym l'hVU'1m band- during phys. ed. class KINDERGARTEN: MORNING: FRONT ROW: Brian Bulkowski , jim- my Reed, Travis Redmond, Lori Menizer, Sonja Chelette, Kim Hol- lingsworth, John Dill, Pam Staley. ROW 2 - Am Ruhl Kath Denman - v v Kelly Tighe, Mitch Walker, Kris:-in' Bulkowski, Travis Rupp, Becky Marshman, Danny Whitt, Angela Celli , Brian Augenstein . BACK ROW Brandy Keen, Scott VVhite , Kevin Hawkins, Gary Martin, Eddy Stoner, Michael Knight, Dane Strait, Tam- my Bachelder, Angel Peters, Chad Watkins. KINDERGARTEN: AFTERNOON: FRONT ROW: jeff Moss, Sheldon Campbell, Mike McCreary, Roy Keckler, jon Hoppe, Shanna Rich- ards, Robyn Ruhl, Aaron Crawford. ROW 2: Scott Claffey, Robbie Walker, jeremy Landon, Thad Ul- lom, Laura Levings, Susan Taylor, Denise Clements, Kim Staiger, Den- ny Siegfried. BACK ROW: Glen Prichard, Nathan Snell, Robbie Miller, Corey Koeppen, Carl Craven, Tony Martin, jeremy Chubb, Tim Beltz, Lori Greenwalt, Deanna Bolles . I. ill r ' ' ' Mrs. jackson helps Lonnie Scott pot a plant for a Mother's Travis Redmond shares a story 1n Show and Tell time Day gift . " . .-4 5 sz...-..Q'. 1 -,twig ,sg 'SN -if" e f MW , ,Q -T' Jr . Nw- Nathan Staley , Amy Brinkman, and Robby Hudson work on their reading readiness workbooks . EDISON MORNING KINDERGARTEN : FRONT ROW: Melissa Beuerlein, Norman Wilcox, Robby Hudson, Doug jackson, David Mellor, jenni- fer Furniss, Sheena Baker, Mona Sprague . ROW 2: Ronnie jackson, Gary Waugh, Randy Osborne, Scott Cook, Travis Kidwell, Bryan Smith, Nathan Staley, Derek jackson, joel I-Ialihill. BACK ROW: Candi Find- ling, Kim Berry, Angela Davis, Mindy Staley, Buffe Ream, Cindy jo Toot, Kari Fisher, Michelle Myn- hier, Kim Reinbeau, Teri Morton, jannifer Fletcher, Mrs. Mary Mc- Alister. Absent: Mack Grass, Amy Brinkman, Tye Bradley, Mike Mc- Avoy. EDISON AFTERNOON KINDERGAR- TEN: Kenny Levisay, John Dill, Dwayne Miller, Teddy Mann, Shelly Thomas, Beth Thompson , Paul Mills, Mike Boyd, Bryan Hulme . ROW 2: jeffBeechum, Cristine Wilson, Rob- bie Williams, jennifer Tschudi, Brian Monk, Mark I-Ionaker, Chris Martin, Shelley Carte , Torn l-lack. ROW 3: Sharla Sharrock, Betty jo Stevens, Greg Goers, TonyWilliam- son, Ricky Ogden, Matt Miller, Su- san Burden, Chris Young, Nanette Crawford, Chris Parker. BACK ROW: Mrs. Mary McAlister. Absent: Dionne Noble , Stephanie Graham. Mrs. McAlister reads a story to her kindergarten class. 44? 1 DECA Fields Championship Basketball Team DECA SENIORS Tim Brady Mike Clark Dave Doran Marvin Hartman Mark Ireland Les Morgan Gerry Myers Rocky Nelson Nancy Newson Dave Rizor Renee Lackey patty Sheets Charmaine Doug Sipe I-EVQHUS Wes Williams Mark Lewis Mike Wilson Charlotte Lyons . r- ., A , r - ., LHB '.,' be I x 'A ,, vs, , .- A I 5.-31: H3-.v?sQ.5',"', L The Distributive Education Clubs of America, Mount Gilead Chapter, works closely with local business, providing interested students a chance to gain ex- perience in marketing. Eighteen seniors took part in the program this year, with Mr. Byron preparing for next year. The DECA Dog. rl, gr: ' 'x s 'Fil' 4 fi Rocky Nelson, Mark Lewis, juli Fisher, and Renee Lackey DECA's basketball team is the intramural champs. The DECA were delegates to the DECA State Convention. Dogs battle VAC for the championship. l ' ,gun 5745. IEUVUAU wi 'f DECA: FRONT ROW : Ric Lyle, jon Davis, Brad Doran, Don Dixon, Tom George. RONV 2: Lisa Tinch, Ruth Gul lett, Carol Brey, Sue Clinger, Brian Shipman, Dave Rader. BACK ROW: jean Petak, juli Fisher, Lori Brock, Nina Edwards, Don McNamee, Mark Sterrit, Darren Fricke, Rob Jaggers, Steve Bogan, Mark Evans, Kevin Evans, Mr. Forrest Byron. Thespians Produce Three All-School Plays For the first time , the Mount Gilead Thespian Troupe pro - duced three All-School Plays. The Troupe produced a comedy and two dramas plus three 1-Act Student-Directed Workshop Productions . The New York theatre trip was the Thespians ' 'big event' ' for the year. Closer to home , troupe members went to Otterbein College to see "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and "Applause . " Thespains traveled to O . S . U . 's Mershon Auditorium to attend ' 'A Chorus Line ' ' and to the Ohio Theater to see ' 'The Taming of the Shrew . ' ' The Thespians participated in a theatre workshop at Ohio Wesleyan University. The annual Thespian award's banquet was held at the Gateway Smorgasbord. Theatre Service Awards for outstanding work in technical areas were presented to jeff Burnside , Pat jackson , and Mark Craven . Fritz Blankenship U.eft Centerj was voted Outstand- ing Thespian of the Year. TI-IESPIANS: FRONT ROW: Mike Blankenship, Terry Kitts. ROW 2: Julie Gress, Eric Wright, Jeri Bene- dict. ROW 3: Mr. David Hammond, Vincent Blue , Vincent Brown, Peggy Lyons, Gaylene Michal, Crystal Richards, Lisa I-lull. ROW 4: Jody Moore, Maggie Hobson. ROW 5: Mike Squibb, Paul Grasmehr, jeff Gress. ROW 6: Mark Ohde, Sean McCauley, Mark Craven. BACK ROW: Fritz Blankenship - President, Kathy Meyer - Secretary, Becky Thomas - Treasurer, Brenda Trumbo - Vice President, Pat Jackson - Historian. 90 F- ' 'Ls .. ' ,214 - 4 gf 1 Becky Thomas rakes in the money at the Thespian concession stand at the Morrow County Fair . Lisa Hull and Monica Holtrey press on to victory over Terry Kitts and Jeri Benedict. I Best Actress Award was presented to Maggie Hobson fLeftJ for her portrayal of the young Helen Keller in ' 'The Miracle Worker. ' ' ' , IT m lp ' If I , ml- -'xx Pat jackson, with heater, and jeff Burnside, with sprayer, work on the set for "The Miracle Worker. " ' 'Come Blow Your Horn" produced two Thespian award Winners : Vince Brown , Best Actor, for his portrayal of Buddy Bakery and Kathy Meyer , Best Supporting Actress, as Buddy ' s mother . jeff Gress, Best Supporting Actor, is pictured as james Keller in ' 'The Miracle Worker. ' ' Mike Blankenship adds a sense of realism to the set by build- ing real stone wall . IAC Members Win In Convention Contests A 1 2.5 IQ fi I 44" ,ff ff' ,ff Duane Hoffman machines a metal-working project. RIGHT: lAC's Ohio State Fair exhibit contains many blue ribbons for good workmanship on projects. The Mount Gilead Industrial Arts Club was very active this past year. The club started its year's activities by lining the football field before the home games and by building the Homecoming Bonfire . After the football season was over, IAC painted the football helmets . For fund- raising projects, IAC made and sold key chains, pennants, and wrought iron items to the student body. The club also repaired and painted the benches in the school yard as well as made benches for the Trinity United Methodist Church. The club went to the state and national Industrial Arts conventions. At the American Industrial Arts Convention in Atlanta , Georgia, Mount Gilead IAC 's parliamentary procedure team placed third and Paul Grasmehr placed second in technical writing. Several members of the IAC received recognition at the Ohio State Industrail Arts Convention. Dennis Rath- bum was first in the Junior Division General Knowledge Test. Paul Grasmehr was first in jtmior Division Research Paper Writing. Todd Sweeney was first in the Senior Divi- sion Safety Poster Contest. Mount Gilead's parliamentary procedure team was first in state competition. Club mem- bers also exhibited many projects at the county and state fairs. n nav I va I 14? ' ii' I elf -71.fiNOr'3 ORSTU v'Vvfi'r'Z "' "' - -F -- ' lr' I' INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB: FRONT ROW: Paul Grasmehr , Steve Burnside , Shawn Thomas , jeff Sweeney, joe Richard - son, Mark Sterritt, Carl Mynhier, Dennis Rathburn. BACK ROW: Mr. Merrill Brucker, jeff Hawk, Todd Sweeney, Mark Shoaf, Duane Hoffman, Brad Irons, jim Davis. Not Present: 'Tom Adams. ... A? 5, f 0-116-1- -'M L 1:-31. On the trip back from the National Convention in Atlanta , Shawn Thomas demonstrates silk screening at the Festival CeOrgia , the IAC group became snowbound in Lexington, of the A1-ts, Kentucky by a blizzard. Because of lack of accommoda- tions, Mr. Brucker and eight boys shared one room. The Mt. Gilead IAC group at the National Convention included Steve Burnside , Todd Sweeney, Jeff Sweeney, joe Richardson, Paul Grasmehr, Duane Hoffman, Mrs , Brucker, Bill Brucker, and Mr. Brucker. Choir Performs At Several School Functions The high school choir, over eighty voices strong, sang at the Christmas and Spring Concerts and at Commencement The choir was represented in the All- County Choir Festival and at the Ohio Wesleyan Music Festival. Mixed and freshman girls' ensembles also per- formed. Several of the choir-'s soloists received superior ratings at the dis- trict contest. The last social function of choir was the Band and Choir Banquet Recognition was given to outstanding choir members at the banquet. Freshman Girls' Ensemble performs at the Spring Concert. Seniors do a chorus line routine for Mrs . Howell who is leav- Mrs. Jacquelyn Howell is the director of the Chorus. ing at the end of the year' CHORUS: FRONT ROW: Alternates - Tracy Martin, April Barnett, Debbie Brooks, Julie Conley, Tammy Hatten, Rob Robin- son, Bill Hackworth, Rusty Morr. ROW 2: Tracey Feist, Becky McElroy, Lori Carr, Lisa Baxter, Mitzi Carroll, Annette Harvey, Maggie Hobson, Pam Robinson, Cindy Gandee, Tamie Thomas, Peggy Carr, Becci Guiher, Accompanists - Tracy Bedwell, Julie Maher. ROW 3: Roxie Trimmer, Jeri Irons, Mary Phillips, Myrna Miller, Lisa Tinch, Larry Westbrook, Jeff Squires, Jeff Reid, Paul Grasmehr, Carol Hildebrand, Jocelyn Welling, Tonya Bland, I-leather Mann, Carolyn Smith, Cathy Castle, Kathy Levering. ROW 4: Kelley Sheets, Carla Curts, Karen Hawk, Robin Meyer, Sheila Campbell, Tim Knaul, Mark Pollard, Mark Ohde, Scott Williamson, Mark Wilcox, Scott Goff, Mike Patterson, Kent Bowen, Don Miller, Shane Wolford, Sandy Evans, Tracy Hawk, Brenda Trumbo, Monica Holtrey, Luane Campbell, Dawn Rollyson, Coleen Barker. BACK ROW: Alice Chapman, Kim Kipp, Jody Moore , Debbie Lewis, Kathy Meyer, Allana Irons, Rick Smith, Scott Wilcox, Vince Blue, Mike Smith, Robbie Keene, Pat Jackson, Dennis Dumbaugh, Vince Brown, Cindy Chapman, Annette West- brook, Sally McCurdy, Robin Jaggers, Anita Borders, Judy Evans, Julie Fisher, Lesa Foster, Janae Tschudi. Concert Band Has New Director This Year xl f' Though small in number, the high school concert band .l ' ' played three concerts for the public: a Fall Concert, a Christmas Concert, and a Spring Concert. The band was directed by jim Anderson who was in his first year at Mount 61-1 Gilead. Several members of the band participated in the l 9 County Band Festival and at the Mansfield O.M.E,A. --141 5 l . Contest. -- 59 Mr. Anderson, a graduate of Bowling Green, announces the The Concert Band performs for a large audience of friends band's next number at the Spring Concert. and parents at the Spring Concert. 1 -I ' v uw wr? 'I L I - fe za ,? 3'1- lu ,439 CONCERT BAND: FRONT ROW: Luane Campbell, Pam Robinson, Kathy Levering, Annette Harvey, Heather Mann, julie Todd, Sara Wood, julie Wright. ROW 2: Judy Evans, Carol Hildebrand, Conni Farris, Barb Harritos, Mark Ohde, Sharon Bachelder, Jeri Irons, janae Tschudi, julie Maher, Jeff Reid, Lisa Hull. ROW 3: Vincent Brown, jeff Gress, Dawn Miller, Carmen Yake, Don Ohde , Mike Miller, Vincent Blue, Beth Jordan. STANDING: Mr. Jim Anderson - Director, Mike Smith, Mark Pollard, Sally McCurdy. NOT PICTURED: Robin Meyer, Sheila Campbell, Kim Otten, Jody Grimm. 95 Marching Band Performs At Numerous arades The Marching Band and Flag Corps, under the direction of jim Anderson, performed at every football halftime and at several area parades during the summer and the school year. They marched in the Morrow County Fair Parade, the Fredericktown Tomato Festival Parade, the Veteran's Parade , and the Memorial Day Parade. They also marched in the competitive M.O.C. Festival and ended the season with a Marching Band Concert. Head Majorette Kathy Chapman twirls the fire baton. RIGHT: The Flag Corps performs at halftime of the Homecom- ing game . Cindy Chapman, Lori Farris, and Annette Harvey kneel at the end of the show. RIGHT: Majorettes Carol Hildebrand, jean Petak, and Kathy Chapman are featured as the band plays a "concert" number. Varsity Athletic Association it ' - - , ' - - A. s U f :Ii if J 4 'Ig Q -0 x gb . -l I VARSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: KNEELING: Denny West, joe Bartley, Ric Lyle, jon Davis, Gerry Myers, Clayton Hetrick, Phil I-Ieacock, Phil McChesney, Trent Thomas, Tom Short, Mike Patterson. ROW2: Brian Halt, Don McNamee, Dan Roberts, TonyBrake , Bill Conaway, Jeff Sweeney, Darren Fricke, Jeff Harman, Rob jaggers, Tim Bland, Randy I-Ielt. ROW 3: Mark Wilcox , Les Morgan, Brian Bishop, Ron Poland, David Castle, Mike Holtrey, Tim Redick , Neal Dumbaugh, Brad Irons, Pat jackson, Dennis Shoaf. BACK ROW: Chris I-Iarritos, John Graham, Brian Kemp, Randy Tolbert, David Willeke . Spanish Club SPANISH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Sue Fitzgerald , Lori Corral, Judy Kyle , Valerie Taylor, Lee AnnRandal1, Rusty Morr. BACK ROW: jeff Reid, Donald Ohde . Three Receive Coveted State Farmer Degree The Future Farmers of America, with advisor Mr. Beck, traveled to many area events this year. They participated in the Parliamentary Procedure Contest, and attended both the State and National F.F.A. Conventions. Several local project were undertaken, such as: the Fourth of july tractor pull which was rained out , a pancake supper, a F . F . A . bas- ketball tournament, and the distribution of flowers and F.F.A. calendars on Teacher Appreciation Day. ?f 'A U uf, It ' E' L1 11- Senior FFA members earning the State Farmer Degree are Phil McChesney, Clayton Hetrick, and Dennis Dumbaugh. 98 af- ' gbq will FFA-ers Randy Helt, Dennis Dumbaugh, and Dale Howard promote the Pancake Supper at Mayor Wieland's office . , . . plQ ABOVE: FFA Queen Kelly McClelland is escorted by Randy Helt. LEFT: Members who attended the State Convention are fFrontj Darrell Spencer, Dale Barnett, Rhonda Bowersmith, fRearJ Chuck Salisbury, Gary Hoffman, Darla Styer, and Steve Miller. " 1 , u FIETIL--. 4 B so X-. E Mr. Charlie Boyles, an Ag Researcher Vice President Dennis Dumbaugh serves as one of the chair- was the featured speaker at the Annual men at the Northmor F.F.A Parliamentary Procedure Com- Parent Banquet. petiiion- V' - A I W ,qqA,,, L, , ' ' - in ' ' A fffre Qi? Ag., - . ' i"' , ' f .1 .. A ,sllihhk FUTURE FARNIERS OF AMERICA: FRONT ROW: Rhonda Bowersmith, Carolyn Smith, jimmy I-Iatten, john Long, Darrell Spencer, Terry Knaul, Tony Fagan, Michael Hunt, ROW2: Ken Long, Darla Styer, Jackie jones, Steve Miller, Kevin Robin- son, Clayton Hetrick, Phil Mcchesney, Leonard Coots, Chris Lloyd, Dale Barnett, Chuck Salisbury, BACK ROW: Advisor Roger Beck, Scott Martin, Randy Helt, Ron Poland, Neil Dumbaugh, john Stevens, Troy McDaniels, joe Harmon, Gary Hoffman. Three Members Receive Encounter Awards Mount Gilead FHAXHERO has had a very active year . The 1 chapter's surnrner activities included a trip to Cedar Point, ' babysitting at the Ohio State Fair, and exhibiting at the ' Morrow Cotmty Fair. At the Fall District Rally, Jodi Hersh- I ner was elected District President . The FHAXI-IERO again held a Rock-A-Thon with the proceeds going to Children's Hospital. At the State Convention, Judy Butterfield, Nancv ' Beltz, and Cinda McQuistian received their Encounter I Awards . Also at the State Convention, Garry Harmon, Nancy ' Beltz, Jodi Hershner, and Brenda Trumbo presented a skit l, featuring the idea that everyone is a homemaker. Lesa Foster, who is retiring as a state officer this year, has brought much recognition to the local chapter. Lesa served as vice president of the Ohio FHA! HERO and as a national committee member for the state of Ohio. The year of an FHA! HERO organization is indeed a busy one. , L ABOVE: Lesa Foster and Cinda McQuistion, this year's Out- standing FHAXHERO Students, receive their gifts from Mrs. Sarr at the banquet. LEFT: Nancy Beltz, Cinda McQuistion and Mrs. Carol Sarr watch Mayor Wieland sign a proclama: tion for FI-IA!!-ZERO Week. - FHAXHERO: FRONT ROW: Julie Wright, Peggy Carr, Julie Conley, April Barnett. ROW 2: Brenda Chilcote, Stacey Anderson, Lori Carr, Lisa Tinch, Jill Shipman, Teresa Little. BACK ROW: Cinda McQuistion, Jodi Hershner, Judy Butterfield, Melissa Wilcox, Lesa Foster, Nancy Beltz, Barb Nance . al 15 if true 1 Lgsa Foster believes she Mrs. Sarr awards Mr, Sarr the "Outstand- Lesa Foster receives the "Out- is the I 'Kjngll of Mt, Gilead FI-1Af ing FHA! HERO Advisor's Husband Award" standing FHA! HERO State Officer 1-LERQ? for his patience and support. Award" for 1977-78. Fl-IAXI-IERO OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Brenda Chilcote, Cinda THE FHA X HERO King candidates for 1977-78 are Scott McQuistion, Lesa Foster, Judy Butterfield, Nancy Beltz. Williamson, Jon Davis, Tony Brake, and Tim Brake. Jon BACK ROW: Mrs. Rita Wood, Jodi I-Iershner, Barb Nance, Davis was selected as king. Mrs. Carol Sarr. :nn-sq uni! , ff vw- ' I Peggy Carr and Melissa Wilcox prepare decorations for the Graduating FHA f HERO members presented the club with a FHAXHERO banquet. camera. Nancy Be112 and Judy Butterfield make the presen- tation to Brenda Chilcote . Media Aides Hold Bab Picture Contests Besides helping Ms. Sidaway keep the E.M.C. running smoothly, the Media Aides held their own Backgammon tournament this year. They also sponsored the annual senior baby-picture contest, as well as a faculty baby- picture contest. Damm Miller and Stacie Randall compete in the Backgammon tournament . ABOVE: The winners of the Senior "Cutest Baby" contest were: Wes Williams, 3rdg Sandy Warner, Zndg and Les Morgan, lst. RIGHT: MEDIA AIDES: SEATED: Tami Farris, janet Lewis, Dawn Miller. STANDING: Kevin Evans, Lori Lupica. Y MEDIA AIDES: L-R: FRONT ROW: Annette Harvey, Cindy Cameron, janet Lewis, Lou Anne Brown, joy Middaugh, Maria Bogan, Terry Kitts, Sue Fitzgerald, Jodi Hershner, Marijane Ford, jackie Curts, Susan Clinger, Kim Kipp, Allana Irons, Stacie Randall, Ms. Sherry Sidaway. BACK ROW: Pat jackson, Alice Chapman, julie Maher. French Club Sponsors Canadian Field Trip While waiting to go to supper , French students rest their feet, write post cards, and prepare to take pictures. Prospective new members wait impatiently to be initiated. French Club's big event of the year was the Min-Course field trip to French Canada . Preparations for the trip began shortly after the start of school. Club members held bake sales and other fund-raising projects to help finance this activity. In November ten new members were initiated into the club. To end the year's events, a social meeting was held featuring slides and pictures from the Canadian trip. :ff-a"1 ' 0 v L E A French Canadian farm woman removes fresh baked bread from her outdoor bake oven . French clubbers found the warm bread and butter to be very delicious. FRENCH CLUB: KNEELING: Me- lissa Wilcox, julie Wright, Nancy Beltz. STANDING: Luane Camp- bell, Myrna Miller, Robin Jagger, Kathy Sayers, Stacy Anderson, Mark Craven, Sean McCauley, Pat Jackson, Advisor James Miller, Purple Arrow Prints i . Five Issues This Year 'W During the 1977-78 school year, the Purple Arrow staff printed four regular issues. Students gained experience in news writing, feature writing, and laying out a paper. In addition to the four regular issues, the final edition was the annual salute to the senior class. I a rg' I g' . - I fi Y r , f - . 'V - .A l , ,. . ,A ,U V as Kim Kipp , julie Maher, and Vince Brown work on layouts for an addition of the Purple Arrow. PURPLE ARROW STAFF: FRONT ROW: Kelly Sheets, Cindy Chapman, Peggy Carr, Cindy Cameron, Angie Kuehne , Tom Adams, Tom Franks, Vincent Brown, Ron Conant, Brenda Cooper fEditorJ . BACK ROW: Sue Fitzgerald, ColleenO'Sullivan, Patti Hamsher, julie Williams, julie Maher, Karen McKinney, Patty Sheets, Karen Bachelder, Kim Kipp, Pat jackson, Don Ohde, Mr. David Hammond fAdvisorj . ational Honor Society ' W NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: FRONT ROW: Allana Irons, julie Gress, julie Maher, Colleen O'Sullivan, Laura Reutter, Karen McKinney, Judy Barker, Jodi Moore. ROW 2: Philip I-Ieacock, Lesa Foster, julie Fisher, Grant I-lout, Nancy Beltz, Mike Watts, Kathy Meyer. BACK ROW: VincentBrown, Don Ohde , Bill Conaway, TonyBrake, Ron Poland, Mark Wilcox. Scholarship Team SCHOLARSHIP TEAM: FRONT ROW: Lori Corral, Colleen O'SulIivan, Pam Robinson, Julie Maher, Myrna Miller, Cindy Cvandee, Laura Reutter, Lou Anne Brown, julie Fisher, Coleen Barker. ROW 2: Robin Meyer, Sue Fitzgerald, Beth jordan, Judy Evans, Sheila Campbell, Mary Phillips, Shawn Thomas, Randy Corral, Jeff Gress, Mark Wilcox, Harry Cohen, Mark Pollard. BACK ROW: Mike I-Ioltrey, Brian Kemp, Don Miller, Rick Smith, ScottWilcox, David Willeke, Dan Braden, Greg Craven, Steve Burnside, Steve Miller, Don Ohde. rt Club Paints Murals In Edison School The High School had a large and very active Art Club again this year with over thirty students participating . Mrs. Ger- hardt supervised the club as they decorated the walls of the Edison school, made candles as a money-making project, and worked to put together the Festival of the Arts. The Art Club also visited the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts. They awarded scholarships to Fritz Blankenship and Judy Barker, both of whom plan to study art in college . Z ww 4. in Jeri Irons molds candles for the Art Club's fall candle sle . .-if I if 1' Art Club exhibited many of its members' work at the Morrow County Fair . RIGHT: A series of murals were painted on the cafeteria and hall walls in the Edison School. Students posing with their finished Work are fFrontJ Jeff Burnside , Laura Reutter , lBackJ Fritz Blankenship, Eric Wright, and Juli Fisher. I fwfr - rn:-p,,' '7,r"v'fS, ' ART CLUB: FRONT ROW: Letitia Carroll, Juli Fisher - Sec. , JudyBarker - Treas. , FritzBIankenship - Pres. , Cindy Chapman - Vice Pres. , Jeri Irons. ROW 2: Roxie Trimmer, Coleen Barker, Laura Reutter, Gaylene Michal, Allana Irons, Myrna Miller, Luane Campbell, Lee Ann Randall , Nann Harman . ROW 3: Mike Blankenship, Donna Gray, Lisa Tinch , Jon Bene- dict, Sara Wood, Michelle Gompf, Barb Nance , Jodi I-Ioltrey, Carl Mynhier, Jeri Benedict. BACK ROW: Mrs. Jo Gerhardt, Eric Wright, Randy Tolbert, Jodi Hershner, Rick I-Ieimlich, Robby Keene, David Castle, Nancy Richardson, Val Taylor. Student Council Involved In Man School Events 456. . ' 51. .mm The Student Council Officers are pictured with the brochure for the Hummel plaques which the students sold. CHRISTMOS if K 1 The Student Council, made up of three representatives from each class, served the whole student body. They pro- vided freshmen with orientation folders , held a dance for Homecoming, sponsored Christmas and Easter assemblies, and officiated at the class officer elections . The Student Council also sponsored the Mini- Course Program and sent several of its members to O.A, S . C . Workshop. i -si Steve Deoring and Mike Miller participate in the Student Council Elections . A live band was featured at the Student Council's Holly Prom. STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED: Judy Barker, Clayton I-Ietrick, Colleen O'Sullivan, Bill Conaway, Julie Maher, STANDING: Eric Wright, Sue Fitzgerald, Robin Meyer, janae Tschudi, Jody Moore, Kelley Sheets, juli Fisher, julie Cvress, Mike Smith. ifq Hi? 'HH 1 Fl ' lg: Q 9 ,ff n u 5 x ?": I i.1Y, ff' 'F N -at ' U ,. ly ' EQ' 'cw '50 A ' anti gm Buckeye Boys' State 5 . 1 QQ,'YH4,0 J... inns? lui' BOYS' STATE DELEGATES: FRONT ROW: Clayton Hetrick, john Graham, Bill Con- away, Vincent Brown. BACK ROW: ALTERNATES: Chris Harritos, Ron Poland, Grant Hout, Donald Ohde. Buckeye Girls' State GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES: FRONT ROW: julie Maher, Judy Barker, Lesa Foster. BACK ROW: ALTERNATES: Nancy Beltz, Lyn Smith, Colleen O'Sullivan. A1 Seven young men and women repre - sented Mount Gilead High School at the annual Buckeye Boys' and Girls' State . These programs, which last for a week, are sponsored by the American Legion. They give the participating young people expeience in the operation of governrnent and politics at the state, county, and local levels. Boys' State was held on the campus of Ohio University. Clayton Hetrick was elected to the Sentate and became majority whip. John Graham served as an assistant to a member of the Governor's cabinet . Vincent Brown was appointed to the position of deputy county auditor. Bill Conaway was a photographer on the Boys' State newspaper. At Girls' State, which was held at Capital University, julie Maher was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives . Lesa Foster served as Assistant Director-in-Chief of the Division of Management Services. Judy Barker was secretary to the mayor of Hobart City. aren Hawk Reigns As 1977 Homecoming Queen Preparations for Homecoming ac- tivities began several days before Octo ber 16th. Classes and clubs were con- structing floats, IAC was collecting materials for the bonfire , the football team was voting for homecoming queen , and the student body was antiticpating the Saturday night Homecoming Dance . Thursday evening the Homecoming Parade and bonfire pep rally were held Before the football game , it was an- nounced that the Sophomore class had the winning float. In pre-game cere- monies, Karen Hawk was presented as the 1977 Homecoming Queen. The Indian gridders romped over Frederick- town 60-7 to make the night complete On Saturday night the Homecoming Dance was held with The Muse providing the music . 5763 Queen Karen is congratulated with a kiss Retiring Queen Caren Machen crowns by Tri-Captain Phil Heacock. Karen Hawk as the 1977 Homecoming Queen. HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT: Attendant Patty Sheets, Attendant Patti Hamsher, Homecoming Queen Karen Hawk, Retiring Queen Caren Machen, Attendant Laurie Smith. , 5 zfd 31417.65 The Class of 1980 entered the winnin float in the Home- The Marchin Band erforms at half-time of the Home- . s i 3 P commg parade. coming game . The football team charges on to the field amid the roar ofthe Members of the Flag C01-pg leads the band on to the field Indian fans . The Indians excellent defensive play stopped the Freddies. The Gang hams it up as they take a break from cheering Darren Fricke tackles the nmner as Clayton I-Ietrick 1102 , dming half -time. Mark Wilcox 161, , and Gerry Myers U11 cover the play. G6 79 Come Blow Your Horn Gpens Theater Season Motmt Gilead's first season of all-school plays opened in November with Neil Simon's comedy "Come B1owYour Horn. " The story centers on the Baker family. Alan, a swinging playboy, and his brother Buddy, a young man op- pressed by his father, find their lives changed when Buddy runs away from home to Alan's apartment. Alan has trouble keeping track of the women in his life . At least one of them , Connie, wants him to settle down. The lives of these bachelors are complicated by their parents and Peggy, a crazy girl friend. -1 ABOVE: Connie says, "l'm giving up show business. Have you got any idea what it's like singing 'Why Not Take All of Me' dressed as a sausage. " RIGHT: Buddy: "Aunt Gussie! What are you doing here? ' ' Aunt Gussie: ' 'I was just in the neighborhood and thought l'd say hello. ' ' After taking a message from one of Alan's girlfriends, Mrs. Baker exclaims, "Chickie, that's a name! " tml? ll.. ' 'You mean you left - - permanently? ' ' asks Alan. Buddy: ' 'I packed eight pairs of socks . For me, that's permanent . ' ' We if 1. Q is Playboy Buddy Baker practices the Cha-Cha to prepare for his big date. 1 Lip? A . fu .V ,f ,- 4. . ,iv :. .A ' Cf If 1 Er'-, Z X d "'+ I 'vpy 'l?"a QE 1? D MU +9'LM W ,. E L Brown Puchards 6'The Miracle Workerw Is Audience Favorite The second production of the 1978 Theater Season was the dramatically stunning story of how a child who could see nothing, hear nothing, or say nothing, found the road to understanding everything and became the great humani- tarian, Helen Keller. William Gibson's ' 'The Miracle Worker' ' was performed in front of standing room only audiences during March in the High School Lecture Room. The play tells the story of how a determined young Irish girl names Annie Sullivan dedicates her life to bringing the meaning of words to the wild untamed child who has been protected by her loving parents. One of the most unforget- table moments in theatrical history is when Annie penetrates Helen's mind and establishes communication with a world the child never knew existed. Annie spells to Helen while Kate looks on curiously. In addition to the above cast of high school students, incor- porated into the show in a special scene at the Perkins lnsti - tute For The Blind were 12 elementary students portraying blind children. -1 I j94-'-'Ll - - -' ' -.---. . . .-. , in ,T .iv r . -,,, 4 , -4 Wy?-.g,.,ZLT,ri gdgf. 2... ,ig 'l..-.,ef1. ,Q .J-ell, L.,f-Sv 'rc "4 .1 Qi,-f., ,.,-ll. 1. 51-:V Lil- 1' Viney pumps water into a pitcher in preparation for I-Ielen's homecoming meal. ix'-nv' 'f"" " 'w The Doctor prepares to leave the Keller home unaware that the illness Helen had when she was 10 months old would leave her permanently blind and deaf. james brings a ladder to Captain Keller to get Annie , who has been locked in her room by Helen, only minutes after her arrival. james , Aunt Ev, and Captain Keller watch as Kate sews but- tons on Helen's rag doll to represent the eyes that Helen knew were missing. Percy laughs as young Helen pokes her fingers inside Martha ' a mouth, feeling curiously at the movement of her lips. In the famous scene of kicking, scratching, biting violence where Annie fights to make Helen eat her dinner with a spoon, Annie lifts her hand, determined Helen will slap her again, while Helen ponders the situation. Helen pumps frantically as the miracle happens and she realizes that things have a name . ramatic Production Ends Theater Season Paul Zindel's Pulitzer Prize winning play ' 'The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds' ' was the final production of the 1977- 78 High School Theatre Season . The title of Zindel's play is both a straight statement re- garding a high school science experiment with marigold seeds exposed to the radiation of cobalt- 60 and also a meta - phor expressing the play's theme that in people, as in bot- any, there are rays that can produce strange mutants. Some are genetically blighted , while some attain a super-splendor. His play probes into the emotionally disordered existence of three lost people : Beatrice , a mother who attacks life as she recalls her broken dreams 5 Ruth, her older daughter who has mental seizuresg and Tillie, the only ray of light in the family. When a high school science teacher encourages Tillie in an experiment with the effect of atomic energy on marigold seeds, the results are either interesting mutants or genetic disasters. Mr. Zindel contrasts the fate of the poor marigolds with the fate of this tortured family. His view is that we are all the product of our environment, all the pro- duct of our particular ' 'gamma rays" but some survive and some are destroyed. Audiences become involved with these people - - - sad that Beatrice and Ruth are bitterly unsalvage - able, glad that Tillie - - - the new and tentative mutant - - - is going to survive . N I fav- s an ABOVE : Beatrice , who thinks that people will laugh at her at the science fair, calls the principal to tell him that they will not have an opportunity to ridicule her because she will not attend. RIGHT: Tillie tries to get a response from Nanny, the cripple, senile boarder who lives in the household. Tillie's entry in the school science fair is her experiment with marigold seeds that have been exposed to the radiation of cobalt-60. I : Q I 3 Sl' 9' gin-ting a lightning storm, Beatrice Dies to humor a frightened u . ' ...' 4 's s "'ffft ii W .. i , , 1 , , f'- V U ,x 'ni 1 f'z.jg?.'3:l' I". iii AQEQQ-1 " iffggg ' A ' Q 1-. CAST 'flirt P 12' 'S ,UIQ ml: A- X X Nw-.3 5 ':v .Q . V '1'i.,,.Q. 55 hlgii' ff?-' I , Q ' ,1-Q, V Q 1 lg. '1 '1?3li'if"'L1"?Ki-X: Tillie . ggi? . . . . . . !Jqgy5Ngqo?igfg y geala-ice' - Q. . . . r my 5-,M 1 N. jg' gm u ' 1 . .Z . . A. t 4 fri... ., .fi Bee. ' W 'l'homas"LgA'g" ENE-nxiy .Ji gg.: . . . . . . ,Z"i"3L' . ,555 is :"'C.gystal Richaresfffig l ll., ,if . .lm .': . . . Lorillmgaica H Q4 ggclerstudy "5 L .JI1,Qg,,,ig,fs5z'd".?Q.?'Q'-. . Mgggi Hobson ' .ff-Q. ,mn-W 4. . I4 . ,V ' It A .give . 1 H. ' AffTf7fs"f l l L ' f 'i m'.!'1"g',g1- , ':!.hM1 y 6?Qil'I3Tq+'1i lnggii T',1'.'Qi'ff ",-' 'L,u. JL wx., -1 A ' . , :,..,x Z if I-4 , , ' -:gg PRODUC-mlow'-sTAhFi,2 v M in ki -,44-fifffi j .. . 2, ? 3 - .. ,-2373 1-2 ' " .Di1TC9t'5ffDQ5iS1'1Q1f' -. - - - - - 1.D2f5iiifl?1?i?i1?i0nd :Student 'Dii-eqrqnf . . .. Julieqzgfess ' in 1 2Stqge1Ma1gggerl reg, B r . . .. Burnside 3 jj A 1:3 :L if + ' - .1 n 4 ',,.....4.-,ei,41-z.,.1:l' 'L 73.73.-'fait Beatrice wonders what Nanny would do if she poured water all over her head. , . Z Beatrice yells, "Right Nanny, right Nanny? I u L gm Ruth tells Beatrice that the bow she put in Tillie 's hair looks crazy . As Tillie prepares her exhibit, Ruth mockingly says that the biggest exhibit at the fair will be when the people laugh at Beatrice's feathery hat. 5 Tillie attempts to explain her science project to Beatrice . 'Seasons In The Sunw Is Jr.-Sr. Prom Theme 1, -.M i , . 11 4 '- Wunior class. entertained Seniors jganpual Junior -AS enior Prom . The JuiiifiQs56H6se"ffSea:Eoigsjq1 the Sun' ' as the Brom theme . HfiHEJ,jB11QIl'1 was held at the Daimer' in Marion, Disc jockey Tom Danner pi3SE:E'giEii'f1ifi6QIi'iusic program for dancing and the Junior Clifsgffiziarents supplied refresh.ment5'. Prom-goers'-Went to Siogilililaiidfinemafto see the mogbfjrl-gQ3g!'!i.Conf1a 'V ' -. Kfter the moVi'e',- 'Tom Danner provided music for the informal parta of the Promo -Arie high school cafeteria. To complete the Prgijij-'5g2:laiuf4i5ck?i1iies1gQ?ftl1e2V57'11,-Q' Athletic Boosters ,served brealgfggsfhf- 1' . H1 " - 1. . alll' Marion Disc Jockey Tom Danner provided plenty of music for dancing . 'I hx X1 f - Q , X .fir Prom-goers changed to casual clothes for the after-prom. ABOVE: The showroom's carpeted floor ' made for comfortable breaks between dances . RIGHT: Dancing was held in the lecture room and cafeteria for the after- prom activities. P.T.A. Carnival Queen And Court P.T.A. CARNIVAL COURT: Sophomore Attendant Lori Corral, Retiring Carnival ?ueen juli Fisher, 1978 Queen Kelly McClelland, Freshman Attendant Robin aggers. On April 21st, t.he Mount Gilead P . T .A. held its annual Carnival. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the Carnival Queen. junior Kelly McClelland was crowned 1978 Carnival Queen by Juli Fisher the retiring queen. The Carnival which is P.T.A. 's main fund raising project features booths, a talent show, a raffle, and auction, and a a food canteen. Many Mt. Gilead businesses and individuals donated prizes or items to be sold. Mount Gilead Relays Court 'Aiwa .RVX MT. GILEAD RELAYS COURT: Attendant Karen Bachelder, Attendant juli Fisher, Queen Karen Hawk, Attendant Lori Corral, Attendant jane Tschudi. Senior Karen Hawk was chosen Queen of the 1978 Mount Gilead Relays. Karen and her court distributed ribbons and awards to the winning competitors. Ashland Crestview was the first place team with the Indians placing fourth. Awards' Assembl Honors Top Achievers The Awards' Assembly was held on May 26 in the junior High Auditorium. Many students were recognized for their outstanding Work in curricular and extra-curricular pro- grams. Awards were presented in twenty-five different areas, ranging from Art and Business Education to perfect attendance and Student Council. Recognition was also given for such achievements as intramural basketball, industrial arts, and school spirit. Lesa Foster, 1978 Valedictorian, receives a trophy and congratulations from Mr. Griffith for her achievements. livin i. .r - ,, lx xi Chris Harritos receives the State Board of Education Certi- ficate of Merit for taking at least 3 units of work in the following subject areas: English, Science, Math, Social Studies, and Foreign Language. Vincent Brown also re- ceived this award. . M141 -1 ' julie Maher receives the Arion Choral Award from Mrs. Howell because of her outstanding work with the choir. .... . ..- M S ,4 Mr. Griffith also presents the Salutatorian's Award to Clayton Hetrick. Y " QQ K 'kwi- - H-3":-iran , , ,, Q -A -f '. fpfggfyiij -'P Y ' ' ' , - - ,E X L: I,-Lf 1.11 ls. Mr. Anderson presents the John Phillip Sousa Band Award to Vincent Brown for outstanding work in instrumental music . 124 Seniors Graduate In 1978 Commencement . . ,W Y , . ,V ,, .1 ,taxi ,Y fe-pref - , . H .s.:5.?ff.l-- ,CNF-:-....qT.:.,'T 'll' ' ' V- ' 'r j i rt wuzcqf-vii' . i. v:1..:-rf ,L-'xikz Mgr..-..',. - ' " -' " '. .e MJ L :Maia-. 'ffii'-1 :zu W 2- ' , -V , - ' - ,1-uf""f-ff-"??'i1+i'f'?1-igfi - f - if - - . -a in . unassi- - " f -eiv f t-Lia 4:-.1 -1.-':gVe,g-.-fa- -V-- ' . .-Q ugh? "" . n - ,- .1 'ffffii' 7"'g,,,A - W will-Sdfffff ' -.v..,Q+.. M, ,I . , V 'T I .. .f,4'i:ic.,:. 1- -1. . fl-if 4 e I1 3 MLJVYL - ,, 'N G- ,p r. ' fg'4Yf5U- 6 new-ff'-., , . f -. 1 '49- s -K I .s ' VG' 'I .' ' 17 ,tif 'fl-N f' 5 . 'ff - "H f ' I ' .49 -e 1, V A,'L,:'g'f.l ,' . V, v - ' , ,- ' ' ,, ,v.,z' 'L -'HQ ..lli3s5f!tf+ef3rff . . 541,32 ' , 3 1 r ' -.i-4-f4 Q..5V' 'ffl ,gf 'N -51,-,..,Eu!A -'+ .f.,g. 'Zu 'i"5'iiT3 'filSFlP-vffigih-1-'lf'.' The Seniors du-ow their hats aloft after the switching of tassels. After receiving his diploma , 'Wes 'William's smile is typical of those of this classmates. For members of the Class of 1978, Sunday, june 4th was a memorable date. Graduation day had finally arrived for the class. One hundred and twenty four seniors received their diplomas in a warm, windy outdoor ceremony. Rev. Steven Brown, a graduate of Mount Gilead High School and brother of senior class president Vincent Brown , delivered the Bacca - laureate address. Valedictorian Lesa Foster, Salutatorian Clayton I-Ietrick, and class president Vincent Brown parti- cipated in the program. Lesa Foster, the class Valedictorian, gives her speech ' 'Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow. ' ' ABOVE: Clayton I-Ietrick's Salutatory address is entitled ' 'The Harvest. ' ' LEFT: The Seniors listen to speeches while waiting to receive their diplomas. 3 1 ! I I 1 1 W 1 1 Cross Country Team Is 2nd In MOC Action 1 . gil he CROSS COUNTRY TEAM : FRONT ROW: Tim Brake, Brad Irons , Dennis West, Mike Patterson, Bryan White. ROW 2: Tim Redick, Randy Helt, Trent Thomas, Dennis Shoaf, Rod Thill, Chester Machen. BACK ROW: Coach Ron Thill. Nfl? vi- ,F x4 I 'xx ", - They are off and running at the MOC Meet at Valley View Golf Course . Mount Gilead High School's Cross Country team finished 2nd in the MOC at the league meet held at the Valley View Gold Course. W-' " , - Aff,,55fr1if5 Randy Helt runs in the MOC Meet. ' 53" '71 ' w , ' V , ' 1 A ' 'r I ' Y r 'W , lg Qyliii . ff' -wars! 23.3.1 ' ' ' 'U ' . " L2 f ' 122-rf Q- 2' r"1- Llver - a5:.e.1.gE::4'.e.v . jgpegq "revs - .-fv,, f,1 ge.: 4 J ' ' . :gfe-.Q ' F'-17, N ' I '- ee . B A54 Ae 5 , I at ' + '1kfn -. - ':, ' ' 231 1 ' .' F Y-' ',"f-"!?'f' .f y 29 d iv ' an ,Eff ' ,, J ,e lif ziisfsh- -ff 'El?1 ,:?? ' ' ' ELE31:- 422' ffnw- .- - f ,, - .rr -C41-.sg f. - ' R v- Q--Q: use-1-af 4s.fi9:.ff-ra. - 5 .. . c f : "5 - '4."- 1545. L xg-L, , 1 - .Q'-"SL '?' 'F-'Q .'l"kG" ' -' 'fx' .gf-544 '. ' 145,45 . r-v 4. .--.i r , P 1 , Y- Qgt., --ze. lim 1 - , - 00-1. .A . A 4 -f t - ' r 1 - F111--, f: i - " '5,.?3'1-'3'1'i'f"i?,r','T,.- -f3f'f2'Vf'-2f,,i'fl gqniz , ' ,?"" ! v-A,-ex fr ' gqgg..mfzL:,1-4 i 15? ,e'g.5 v fg5bvlga? ' R1'i11za:.jEvg' 1 , -ee-T-, 'Ev"Li"A., A 3 4 ln?-un, ' ig - ,,, Bryan White races along the Valley View Course . Indians Tie For Third Place In MOC , F In , , ......-V A M N in -,, ,,,.,4. .1 ,, ,-...A-V-M.. A- - --- ---,H - ' f- "4"' ' ' H Y W ,MY Ar' ' , The Mount Gilead Indians, who , if .J.:f,J,,c,,... were pre-season favorites to cop the A , Moc championship, ended their ,., F , Q5 'fa season in a four-way tie for third PJ' N r .. ff., ,I , ..-. U..-:.-U , ' ,L . R A - its E ig, sfffif new .f - ' 4 4. ,- 3 fi U .. ,GL .,.u .,-' place . Mount Gilead, Highland, U- Marion Catholic, and Crestline q finished league play with identical V 4-3 records. The Indians lost one point decisions to both MOC co- W Q champions, Cardington and North- QQ mor. Mount Gilead players named to 31 the All Mid-Ohio Conference team 1 were guard! Gerry Myers, fullback ' Marvin Hartman, and running back Brian Bishop. End Darren Fricke, 1 g halfback Jeff Sweeney, guard Phil - Heacock, and defensive end jeff Harman received Honorable Men- tion. I -,. .M ...- Q .L Q -dh ' Jeff Sweeney races for a touchdown against Highland. 't 'lk -Q Q :Q- A-. E91 1 j' ,gi , asfffss v as 1 . mv- -'lil f .. Ei, l WH rm L5 ,nal L 1:8 1 .. 1 rs: T3 UT' Fullback Marvin Hartman breaks into the Highland secondary Un V nfl'-Q e 9 ., -ray' .."f , F' 1 "' iv 'Ir' Nl, -r 'ff' I 5, c if V4 I. as l Safety Brian Bishop intercepts a Fred- Quarterback Tim Bland pitches out to jeff Harman on a sweep against Highland. ericktown pass . i 1 .., -.. -.......f, 3 .. Y Y ..., .Y I Y - P5 -Off -1- , " xxffa - xx "F" Pi VARSITY FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: Ron Poland, Dave Rizor, Brian Bishop, Don Dixon, Steve Burnside, Garry Harman, Les Morgan, Wes Williams, Gerry Myers, Rob Jaggers. ROW 2: Tim Bland, jeff Sweeney, Clayton Hetrick, Pat jackson, Willard Fissell, Philip McChesney, Marvin Hartman, Ric Lyle , jeff Harman, Coach Cris King. ROWS: Randy Braden, Mark Wilcox, jon Benedict, Don McNamee, Steve Workman, Carl Mynhier, Dan Braden, David Castle, Todd Sweeney, David Rader. ROW 4: Head Coach Paul Bremigan, Coach Dale Bromm, Keith Levings, Tom Short, Tom Lyle, Neal Dumbaugh, Mark Hartman, Tony Brake, Darren Fricke, Phil I-Ieacock. BACK ROW: Dave Long, Tim Brady, joe Harman, Mark Shoaf. I -a' ndiancs Mike Holtrey Is MGC Scoring Champ In a season marked by game cancellations and postpone- ments, the Mt. Gilead Indians boys' basketball team posted a 6- 13 season record. Paced by Mike Holtrey's 26.3 points per game scoring average, the Indians record in Mid-Ohio Conference play was 6 - 8 for fifth place in conference stand - ing . Mt . Gilead players selected for the All Mid-Ohio boys' team were Mike I-Ioltrey to the first team and Dan Bending to the second team. Mike was also selected to the Coach's All District Team. .t i' Nw, ,mn-mi " "' q--M, , m -'M , ...Jr S .-.be 'eff Wg'-f" TP T A 1 xl- -ffffhp-49' - - ' ' H., A . - jeff Harman looks to toss off on the fast break. Brian Bishop drives in for a lay up. E IK 4 -X, 2' "' 'fr-Q' t '. ' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: Roger Wellman, Randy Cole - Managers. STANDING: Coach Bob Ream, Dan Roberts, Mike I-Ioltrey, jeff Harman, Kent Osborn, Tony Brake, Brian Bishop, Dan Bendlng, Bryan Halt. ? " E ,Q ' Q ' ,,,,,i,,.:g,J+- if-""! ' in - :Q H -ff'-an-V In Mike Holtrey tries to penetrate the Cardington zone defense . Dan Roberts brings the ball up court. I 'A . -X j 0-Ll 7 f -tif 1' - " -Q ,-.-.. '-' ip 1- 4 W ' ' , g- 5 I' -Mme. px 1 , fl. ,, . 1: , if -r MOC scoring champ Mike Holtrey goes Dave Willeke tries to pass inside the Pirate Dan Bending passes to the Indian cornerman up for two points . zone . 127 4 Seven Players Receive Varsity Letters The Varsity Volleyball team , under the coaching of Marcia Tracey , had a 7-7 season. Receiving first year varsity letters were Karen Bachelder and Jodi Moore , Third year varsity letters went to Alice Chapman, Sherry Dix , Kim Kipp, Patty Sheets, and Lyn Smith. Alice Chapman was named the Outstanding Player for the season. The Reserve team ended the season with a 9-5 record. Players receiving letters were Sharon Bachelder, Coleen Barker, Jeri Benedict, Robin jaggers, Dawn Miller, Myrna Miller, Tami Thomas, Debbie Whipple , and Carmen Yake . rf- E31 Lyn Smith dinl-cs the ball over the net. ABOVE: Reserve team players Coleen Barker 1441, Tami Thomas 14331, Robin jaggers 1131, and Carmen Yake 1201 watch Myrna Miller return a serve. RIGHT: Dawn Miller sets the ball up for a spike . Q-, A .re if 4 -L , ' ,Q L--tp - Kim Kipp bumps the ball up as Alice Chapman 1341 and Sherry Dix 1301 move into position for the return volley. L X Al 335 . ' " A S ' , " S SEE e' ' l V' .1 . in in F .1 g "-llama - ' 54.7, . ,V , Q51 :,ffv'?'t'e,-, 1 - - ali: 3' 4 HL.,-I. ' :vii ' ,ill Tizie 1' "4 Mr!" " 2 ' A fee Q21 - if '.""l'Lf' ':-- - ' 1-1 1 Patty Sheets sets up the ball for Lyn Smith to spike. GYMNASTICS TEAM Lori Carr Debbie Lyons Becky Thomas P"""' " .4 Lou Anne Brown Heather Mann Diane McPeek Coach Marcia Tracey, Bonnie Masterson, April Barnett, Diane McPeek, Marijane Ford , Lori Carr, jackie Jones , Tonya Bland, Debbie Lyons, Lou Anne Brown, Stacey Anderson, julie Wright, Becky Thomas. Girls' Basketball Team The Mount Gilead Girls' Basketball team gained a share of the Mid-Ohio Conference championship. Both the Indians and the Cardington Pirates ended league play with identical 13-1 records. In tournament play, the lady Indians lost in the Class AA Sectional finals. Three members of the squad: Kathy Chapman , Pat Sayers , and Sandy Warner , were named to the All Mid-Ohio Conference first team. Other team members recognized were Sherry Dix to the All MOC second team and Kim Kipp Honorable Mention. ABOVE: Senior members of the team are Alice Chapman, Sandy Warner, fCaptainl Kathy Chapman, and Patricia Sayers. RIGHT TOP: Sherry Dix leads the fast break against Marion Catholic. RIGHT: Senior center Kathy Chapman is about to get a two shot free throw from the Marion Catholic team. Is MOC Co-Champions Q Z S , ,nu-P , T, W4 - in I f 1 ' - A 1 4 -1 VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: Dawn Miller, Alice Chapman, Coleen Barker. STANDING: Kim Kipp, Sherry Dix, Sandy Warner, Kathy Chap- man, Patricia Sayers, Coach jill Montrose . wi 5' K an iii N ..-f-' L',f fl 5 Z! 7' 1 Q ,l ABOVE: Dawn Miller , a well- rounded versatile player , goes up for a tip . TOP LEFT : Sandy Warner shoots a foul shot while -3- Kathy Chapman f54J gets ready to charge the boards . LEFT: Dawn Miller is fouled by an aggressive Marion Catholic player. QQ x.'f-j 4 RESERVE GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: KNEELING: Beth Jordan, Carmen Yake. STANDING: Kelly McCauley, Robin jaggcrs, Kathy Sayers, Valerie Taylor, joy Middaugh, Gail Zwick, Coleen Barker, Dawn Miller, Coach Martha Edwards. 1 Reserve Team Posts An 8-10 Season Record SV' "' E V - -""'f"- .i .. Denny West has just passed off to a teammate . Scott Wilcox brings the ball down the floor . Neal Dumbaugh brings down one of his 127 rebounds for the season. V9.1 '12 13 ' 3 0 3 3 4 E U R Y 57 a V ' JQ f A Q, ' v 'U ru- Ml I '.. N L, Q 4, me RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Denny West , Kevin Robinson , Keith Levings , Dennis Shoaf, Tim Redick . BACK ROW: Brad Irons , Neal Dumbaugh, Dave Willeke , Tim Brake , Coach Ron Thill , Manager Randy Cole. Not pictured: Scott Wilcox. 132 Indians Compile A 6-5 M.O.C. Record l. ' The 1977-78 Indians Baseball Team experienced a re- . ' '-: r building year as 6 starters had graduated in 1977 off of the ' Q' N, District Championship team. The Indians posted a record of TWT" 9 wins and 10 losses including an M.O.C. record of 6 wins and 5 losses. Seniors jim Davis and Dave Doran received All-League honors while Randy Tolbert and Joe Bartley re- ceived Honorable Mention. ' 54.- Senior Bill Conaway takes a big lead at first base. . l Y gk v N. Y Z' 'Quiet--fglw-WIESM-F as nb., A11-League selection Jim Davis rounds second base and heads All-League pitcher Dave Doran connects fora base hit. Dave also led for third. the team in hitting. XA f ,Nfl ,Qi 11151 Rb , X r. mi WW' . , ,... .,. j.,-:Ss - 1- :3Y34:Jf?'f3' ' V' 1977- 1978 BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Mark Wilcox, Dennis Shoaf, Shawn Thomas, Brad Doran, jon Davis, Randy Helt, Joe Bartley. BACK ROW: Coach Dale Brown, Dave Castle, Duane Hoffman, Neal Dumbaugh, Randy Tolbert, Rob jaggers, Dave Doran, Bill Conway, jim Davis. 133 Indians Have 5-2 Record In MOC Action Beginning with the 1978 track season, all MOC meets featured competition of both boys' and girls' track teams. The Mt. Gilead Indi- V 'hh V 'i " ans' teams got off to a slow start ga c because outdoor spring practice was " delayed by snow and cold weather. The boys' team finished the season 'if . with a 5-2 record in MOC action and , if earned third place in the League ' f V ' Meet. Brian Bishop was the Indians' only first place winner in the MOC Meet with a win in the mile run. Tim Bland won the 100 yard and 220 yard dash at the Sectional Meet. Brian Bishop was third in the 880 yard run in the District Meet with a time I f' S, x 1 - its 'xx'-w 'f'..3":S Q 0 of 2:01 . 3 . +4 If-.- e ' a ' 1 J il -'IQ T3 '2?'.'lf1- Y H5 -v J 4 P if L 1 3 1' - 'le -' "" Y . fi? ' I'-ll' -5- '-,TEPQT4 ?' 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Ti--J ' ., A 0, BOYS' VARSITY TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Shane Campbell, Scott Martin, Brian Bishop, jeff Sweeney, Bryan Halt, Dave Rizor. ROW 2: Tim Campbell, Dave Wiehe , Rick I-Ieimlich, Don McNamee , Dennis Rathburn, Mark Strong. ROW 3: Chester Machen, Tim Brake, jim Everhart, Brad Irons, Todd Sweeney, Lee Rizor, Denny West. BACK ROW: Mark Pollard, Mike Patterson, Randy Corral, Pat McGinnis, Larry Westbrook, Head Coach Ron Thill. NOT PIC- TURED: Tim Bland, Darren Fricke, Gary Harmon, Assistant Coach Tom Zwayer. 134 f ' ' fluff-nv af- ' . 5 1 1, I Q w " ' v Kg 4 -Q , Y 2 A ,i ,. . 'iii a . N.. K 9. . t -ff r if i.llf,,,- fs? J?" f," pg - 1, I ea. M. . h, ' x , " 4, is by -gj, IQ Z, Q, 1 W- ' F P5 1 P'--hifi' fe' . 'g2TLff 'e ' i - as-li ,- . I i r .XJ I A 'v 15, I Dave Rizor clears the bar in the pole vault. " A a f.. ff, :LI ' ' .- f:-"Q v::.' , 5112- , .z-V 'I . A.. 'yv' 'V -V . 1-. 1- ,f -, 'mf ' a ,h 5' .."A:-- " ...VJ eb 'J i l at . V , -s ..r-, 1-- '5.. '. all' , -F" .1 -7 . 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New school records were set by Patricia Sayers in the high jump, Kim Kipp in the 100 yard dash , Annette Westbrook in the 100 yard hurdles, Janae Tschudi in the 440 yard dash, and Dawn Miller in the mile run. At the MOC Meet, Patricia Sayers' 6'2" high jurnp and Kim Kipp's 12.5 100 yard dash earned them not only first place but All-Conference honors also . Kim Kipp was the recipient of the Mount Gilead Track Women of the Year Award for her outstanding performances in the District Track Meet. She placed 3rd in the 220 and 4th in the 100 . Kim also scored the most points for her team during the season . Special track awards went to seniors Karen Bachelder, Alice Chapman, Patricia Sayers , and Diane Mc- Peek. Trish Sayers leaps to victory in the MOC Me et at Frederick town . W s. 6- K 5 Md 'lf N VY t.,-- 3 Y, ' -ff A J "1 "R"-if ' 72" " .fi Karen Bachelder clears the high jump bar at the Sherry Dix, small but mighty, prepares Dawn Miller Holds the Indians' reco MOC Meet. to put the shot at Marion Catholic . for the mile run. GIRLS' TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Maria Bogan, Rhonda Thill, Sharon 1 Bachelder, Nan Harman, Lee Ann 3 Randall, Kim Otten, Carmen Yake, Q Annette Westbrook, Lori Corral, Dawn Miller. ROW 2: Connie Bower- smith, joy Middaugh, Sara Wood, Alice Chapman, Kim Kipp, Sherry Dix, Janae Tschudi, Gail Zwick, Tracey Bedwell, Coach jill Mon- trose. BACK ROW: Trish Sayers, Karen Bachelder. ,fx .. . Cheerleaders Have An Active Year One of the busiest groups at Mt. Gilead High School is the cheerleaders. Each week during football and basketball season, the cheerleaders can be seen practicing routines and making spirit signs for the halls and cafeteria. At all football and basketball games, the cheerleaders work to develop team and fan enthusiasm. The cheerleading squads sold tee shirts and stationery to help finance part of their activities. LEFT: The cheerleaders and fans await the arrival of the ln- dians before the Homecoming game . LEFT: Indian mascot Sue Fitzgerald and the cheerleaders perform. r IW '7"'s'f' YF ' 3-5 Q, ' lfgia... W' L:..r..Lm ---W ,-- " A "war" - .. lx:-1'-V' . , . f ,L 1 - Lawm- ' " ' - 1 I 1 rl' VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: L-R: Debbie Lewis, Colleen O'Sullivan, Kelly McClelland, Carla Curts, Karen Hawk , juli Fisher . .'f'Y Mrs. Michelle Byers, cheerleader adv1sor, demonstrates a The Varslty squad urges the Ind1ans toward v1ctory routine to everyone's amusement. The entire cheermg corps Wh1pS up fan enthuslasm for the Indlans VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEER- LEADERS: STANDING: Debbie Lewis, julie Fisher. CENTER: Karen Hawk, Colleen O' Sullivan . KNEELING : Carla Curtis, Kelly McClelland. ...W Y My ki 1. -if A- F- tx ,".,,. The Varsity Cheerleaders lead the Spirit Yell at a pep rally . 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Congratulations And Good Luck To The Class Of 66 99 We,re The Home Of HALLMARK CARDS And RUSSELL STOVER CANDY For Morrow County Good Luck Chris l 1 'v ' JF-I ' J" t , . MX ' 2 W , Of- X, . . , vw ,1 11 get wr YU ff 1' WJ t t V 4' -,773 'D ' J 1" LYS N 7 2 N 1 K ! A t E I. I A f 'IL 1 P1 K A , 1 1 0 T' t 7 A t 1 FASHIONS FOR THE CONTEMPORARY 1 WOMAN 1 gina gyoxy C-Qacly Oil THI' 'SOUARI' MT GILEAD O 14 I9 9146 9314? JAMKE FULLER - OWNER SHARROCK ELEVATOR CREATIVE STYLING QIITANIIEBCM' S SUQUMDN GDJIE SGIIFGMHDES Morrow County's Best Grain Market 172 East NOFU1 Street Edison, ohio 43320 Phone: 946-1846 Mt. euead ohio 43338 At 9 JANET COLLINS -- PHONE 946-6936 N 4 E ,tt R 2 Dlx AuTo SERVICE 3' '11 ' ' ? GEORGE DIX - OWNER 12 East Center Street Mt, Gilead, Ohio Phone: 946-7596 N 1 J n l JEANNE LEHNER, OWNER if MANAGER Tl, . . Y . , . I 2 - i I ' 'Z ' W I I CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS C-Qaclfes, mbbarel ami mccessorxes S J 20 West High Street , Mount Gilead, ohio 43338 Phone 419-946-1046 'QMJ N ' .oal!!Q,f' 0 CUPPER KET'l'lE RESTAURANT I 37 South MSIE St. Mount Gilead, Ohio GOOD FOOD COURTEOUS SERVICE PIIODSI 946-1851 11 North Mann Street Mount Gilead Ohio 43338 Phone 419 946 4991 AUNT MINES TUEEHQY INNANTS Sc CI-1ILDREN'S WEAR MEN Kc BOYS' 1055 SL BOTLOMS 13 North 1a1n St Mount Gllead Ohlo Phone 9h6 2800 UPE R VALU X 'L , 1 M 14 M -L-L Q fnsmk. 5:4 :fs 1, 'tgp-v g 'ilixr' 1 r '4. JI ' -,' ,,Y ,-l .- AHL. H. , 1 Y 6' 5,,'pj.':1. 4 Q. I . ' ' , -fdlfw ,li-f .-"' 1 1' ' 'f "Z ' O X ,, - .ag-E113 KYIBERIA STREET 'M' MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO iv, X E, gg X + k ZKXQ -W - 1 E N .:.-'11 heme, H- 335: Ejfi gqgg-T A ,, 'ff' veil' '-f'-1 FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE HOURS: Daily 9 To 9, sunday 12 To 6. 90 East Marion Street , ,,,,..,- -" ,fl- X.-ow -EE zz-,QE Mount Gilead , Ohio 5111: ' ..:1 ,.--'f'4 K' f'- 'T - "T-3 .. - -"""" --r-v"""'.F'- T' 1 " T, "l,'I.1'F 4,1-H ' ,,,,,-wvfo' '-.. , -..f ,nf f , XX v., ' ff' " 1 '21 x '-, f. X I NIH A ...Y -ff-. L on E112-.r. yvvydea gvunefzal 17541249 76 South Main St. Mount Gilead, Ohio Phone: 946 - 4881 .- "-i".:-J-iii: . ,,,,-...., ,.,. ,,,...... .5 ,J +:z.:4:-ri, gl Y ' V-ff L . af - 4 - 153 DERRICK MOTEL I BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR WEDDING RECEPTIONS PRIVATE PARTIES CLASS REUNIONS Q M 'T 1 ON ROUTE 95 WEST OF INTERSTATE 71 PHONE: 946-6010 74a 77fofnowf dandy, SEINITI INI EL 131 YEARS OF SERVICE 1. '21, S Yr?-v,, SEQ.. I F .5 OUNDED W' ALL THE, SCHOOL NEWS EVERY WEEK 18 WEST HIGH STREET MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 946- 3010 4 the P0011 0 place FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN OF GALION branches in LEXINGTON AVE. , MANSFIELD C 8: D CHE ROLET THE PLACE TO BUY LASTING CHEVY VALUE CHEWQLE CQ In "OK USED CARS" COIWE IN AND SEE THE 41 TEAM IN MORROW COUNTY AT 144 SOUTH MAIN STREET MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 946-9015 OWNED BY DOYLE KIRKPATRICK Sz GEORGE LUPICA E fr 1-f"f W"-' " f5ii 'e'I2"LW: - V MW, ' - '1 '11'f E - V ' wi f-.., 5--f-A E- 'LE 5 EW H B' .mt ,,j ., ---, '-1 ', I f -- : Ti 4 ' gr ,I ik-Q ' T' IIIUI A E.: E, ,fww T' I , .F 25 if? v.. AM, I A' sly, f-- wH'lsTON ' Rm Bring us your KODAK Color W 0 -Moviefilm..-5 I E' A assign L MQOLUR4-f' :l5.tn.tt? A Pnocssesme- i '14, I C d KODAK an Y n A if E 151 A O, M. O- 'E E 'EE' "'- ESTI-IER PRICE c:AND1Es H4 IQ I5 - MORROW COUNTY f iifqfffu , OPEN so HOURS A WEEK . -- A A PI-IARMACIST ONDUTY AT ALL TIMES zoee DISCOUNT ON PERscR1PT1ONs M I I WFOR PEOPLE OVER eo TMORROW COUNTY? ' :PI-IONEiL946-5911 I' ONLY DIRECT K' 3 KODAK DEALERW 25 SOUTH MAIN STREET J .W 13? A, ggi JZ I. X- u WHEEL CHAIRS WALKERS CRUTCI-IES RENTAL AND SALES MOUNT GILEAD , OHIO IEEEEE 1 M V' m Ig P X I I 1' M- I 5 I K 55 I L NRCJI V ,f vf - -f ,A ,, - f - . 1?-?,,f' , .-" ,ff N' ,.f' . ff' 2 K-, ,,f ff' Mx' N." ff Ip- A, re, ,f .2 ,,.- ,- If ,-' ,f ,- ,'-, ,f V ,, - 1 -' .z f X , ' ., ,f "' ' A 0 , X ' ,V ff 0. I H? HICKSON M35 A INSURANCE P W 1 AND "Serving A11 Of Morrow County' ' P222 SOUTH MAIN STREET A MOUNT CIEEAD, OI-IIOTQ A ' ' PHONE: 5946- 6055, C. H CAMPBELL AUTO SUPPLY INC. ALL CAR - TRUCK - TRACTOR - PARTS PHONE : MOUNT GILEAD MARENGO 946-4055 253-2202 P O1 Congratulatlons To The Class Of 1978 TALK OF THE: TOWNE J BI:AUTY SALON Wllhelm Bulldlllg Marlon Road Echson, Oluo S Monday Thru Saturday ' Xl H Ly, II, Phone 946 5733 Gmny Schlndley Owner LI1Al' RESTAURANT Homcmadt Pastrles Interstate 71 an Route 05 Leaf Entcrprlses Mount C-11ead , Ohlo A T .-. tif- - ,f. -, jr, .. -, sf-. W k'H' xt' ' ' " ' 'N L! M T . T . T M T' 'V A 1- ,s l',-,j'5Q Y A 'q'1f51"- i2 C21,u.:."l:' Ti T7 W jaw If-L '--,,-' IT Tiff , x .E-1.1, , f. ..1,:.r5 X 12,1 53, 21 gif Ekiko... ini' Q1-A W: ,Q 2' ' " iii ' 3: SN-1fH'fg?Sl. F . V, A 4 Gi-' - - ii' .X x Q . f V ' fr . Q - ' d E. 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James Miller Class Layout Myrna Miller janae Tschudi Paul Grasmehr Ad Sales Don Ohde - Mark Ohde Randy Braden Pat jackson Vincent Brown Photographers Photorama Pat jackson Vincent Brown Mark Ohde Terry Holtrey Vincent Blue james Miller Artists Judy Barker Fritz Blankenship Subscription Sales julie Fisher Karen Hawk Carla Curts- judy Barker Fritz Blankenship Myrna Miller Kathy Sayers This closing may seem a bit strange but my philosophy on such matters is that a book may close but the story continues on. The story, my friends, will continue guntil our dying day and at that time OUR story will end but the mernorywill remain and ' perhaps inspire someone else to greater heights. Until we meet again, may our pathes be fruitful. Good Luck To You All, 1 P E'-S Q? Shia MA 201 I-2.C1R?.EEI'ZG EAST NGALIGN, OHIO 44833 N r x lm , 'F -'fgfm ., -, . 'f IJ , 'P A IP- ' J' 2 X- 215415. "Wg K , H xg, aff., ,J ff , 3,,cL,L .wk ' 'fTf15Qf?f71,"4' r '14 '-V. 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