Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1979
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Athletic Program Expands During Year
Athletic Director Dale Creamer, the man in charge of Mt.
Gilead's athletic program, waits to measure a shot putters
In the past several years, the athletic program at Mt.
Gilead High School has been greatly expanded. New sports
have been added and old programs improved. More students
are involved in these athletic programs. Students and their
coaches spend many hours of practice to make the athletic
program successful and a positive learning experience.
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Leslie Waggoner does a routine on the beam. Quarterback Steve Burnside rolls out for a pass.
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Cheerleaders and fans welcome the Indians to the floor. Jeff Harman and a teammate go up for a rebound.
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Lee Rizor picks up his blocking as he heads for the line.
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Randy Helt and Kim Kipp were the Athletic Boosters' Club
selections for the 1978 - 79 Scholar - Athlete Awards.
Denny West spends many hours of practice preparing for the
State Track Meet.
Jim Everhart strains for every inch in the long jump.
Festival Of The Arts
Members of the Art Club and Industrial Arts Club sponsored
the Festival of the Arts in the high school cafeteria on Sun-
day April 29th. The public was invited to attend the Festival
and observe students giving demonstrations of many artistic
skills and to see the many exhibits of student work in the
Peggy Lyon's special interest is wood inlay.
ABOVE: Dennis Rathburn illustrates techniques used in ar-
RIGHT: Tracey Corder carefully rolls strips of paper used in
Draws Large Crowd
Steve Fuller unloads his snowmobile for the Festival
Doug Hayes fashions a belt in leather craft.
Students Receive Awards For Excellent Work
Denny West and Don McNamee received the outstanding Rhonda Thill, Jackie Curts, and Marijane Ford receive
awards for Candy Striping at the hospital.
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Shawn Thomas, Sharon Smith, Dawn Rollyson, and Teresa Coots outstanding Jill Shipman receives the outstanding
Junior DECA awards from Mr. Byron.
Lori Lupica received the State Board of
Education Certificate of Merit for
outstanding academic achievement.
Freshman Home Ec. award.
Laura Reutter, Mark Wilcox, Coleen Barker, Kathy Meyer, and Brian Kemp
receive scholarships from Dollars for Scholars.
Kelley Sheets, Janae Tschudi Paula Smith, Conni Farris Mrs. Gerhardt presents the A t Cl b' 100 OO h l
ans. DEN Miller receive Student Council awards from Presl. Juli Fisher. r U S S ' sc O arship to
u ne ress.
Steve Miller received the DeKalb Luane Campbell receives the John Phillip Kathy Meyer received the Arion
award.for outstanding senior Sousa award from Mr. Anderson for Award for outstanding Choir member.
Vocational Agriculture student. outstanding Band member.
SCHOLARSHIP TEAM: FRONT ROW:
Todd Patrick, Rhonda Thill, Beth
Jordan, Sara Wood, Myrna Miller,
Sharon Smith, Tracy Feist, Annette
Harvey, Ric Lyle, Randy Tolbert. ROW
2: Tracey Corder, Gina Fuller, Jody
Moore, Kathy Sayers, Robin Meyer,
Kim Otten, Sonja Conley, Pam
Sedlock, Mary Phillips, Jim Hernandez.
ROW 3: Brian Baughman, Frank
Machesky, Cindy Gandee, Teresa Casto,
Brenda Conant, Don Miller, Coleen
Barker, Laura Reutter, Mark Ohde.
BACK ROW: Kent McMillan, Rod Thill,
Kevin Clark, Randy Corral, Rick
Heimllch, Jean Levering, Harry Cohen,
Paul Grasmehr, Mark Wilcox, Dave
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KATHY MEYER JULI FISHER JODI MOORE STACIE RANDALL
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PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER
JAMES AMES LANNIE BAER SALLY BANE COLEEN BARKER
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JON BENEDICT TIM BLAND STEVE BOGAN
CAROL BREY DENA PIPER BUSSE BECKY BYRD
MITZI CARROLL DAVID CASTLE SUSAN CLINGER
CINDY COVER MARK CRAVEN CHRISTINE CURTIS
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WILLIADEAN HARDWICK JEFF HARMAN BARBARA HARRITOS VINCENT HAUCK
TINA HEACOCK TRACY HEDRICK RANDALL HELT RHONDA HERSHNER
BARBARA HILLMAN MICHAEL HOLTREY TERRY HOLTREY ALLANA IRONS
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DEBRA LEWIS KIM LITTLE LORI LUPICA RICHARD LYLE
PEGGY LYONS SEAN McCAULEY KELLY McCLELLAND BRIAN McCLINTOCK
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LAURA REUTTER STEVEN SCHUMAN BRIAN SHIPMAN SUSAN SMITH
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High School Holds Its 104th Commencement
Seniors are given final instructions before marching on to
the field for commencement ceremonies.
The baccalaureate address was given by Reverend James
Walsh of the Sandusky Alliance Church in Birmingham,
Salutatorian Mark Wilcox speaks to the crowd on the subject
of "Today and Beyond."
The 104th annual Mount Gilead High School Commence-
ment was held on Sunday, June 3, 1979. Mild and sunny
weather greeted the seniors and their parents and guests as
119 members of the Class of 1979 received their diplomas.
Reverend James Walsh, a former graduate of Mount Gilead
High School, gave the baccalaureate address. Musical selec-
tions were presented by the band and choir before class
members received their diplomas from Board of Education
President Richard Myers.
"Challenge and Change" is the title of Valedictorian Laura
Senior class president Kathy Meyer presents the class gift of
a new Mount Gilead Indian hall mat to high school principal
Lori Lupica gets our vote for the neatest expression
at the Awards' Assembly.
Clown Luane Campbell takes a break at the Mardi
Denny West shows his winning style.
Chefs Tim Bland, Jon Benedict , and Steve Bogan are
amazed at what they have cooked.
Julie Gress finds cleaning up is a part of chemistry.
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Senior artists get credit or blame for decorating the school. n
A clay vase takes shape in the artistic hands of Juli Fisher. Cheerleader Kathy Meyer tries to coax Tom the I
Turkey to strut across the stage at a pep rally.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
STANDING: Sue Fitzgerald -
President, Annette Westbrook -
Vice President. IXNEELING: Bren
da Trumbo - Secretary, Tami
Farris - Treasurer.
Juniors Tim Brake and Mike Martin order their senior keys. Getting the wheel bolts loose is a problem for Kim Otten in
In Vo. Ag., Mr. Beck gives Kelly Lawrence and Dale Bar- Trent Thomas demonstrates acrylic painting at the Festival
nett pointers on electrical wiring. ofthe Arts.
Tom Short wears his prettiest bonnet to school on "crazy hat Jodi Hershner moulds chocolate candy for one of FHA
day". lHERO's fund-raising projects.
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sets in Bookkeeping. RIGHT: At the French Club Mardi Gras
party, Chester Nlachen is all ears.
Jodi Hershner rides on the Junior class homecoming float
In DECA contests at Richland Mall, Dawn Rollyson placed
first in Business Ownership and Management: Sharon Smith
placed second in Apparel and Accessories: and Shawn
Thomas received honorable mention in Finance and Credit.
Neal Dumbaugh and Troy McDaniel store structural steel in
At the fall sports' banquet, Dawn Miller receives recognition
for the most sets during volleyball season. Dawn was also
selected to the MOC volleyball team.
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Work-study student Rheta Hite fills the salad bar in the high
ABOVE Sandy Evans and Robin Meyer sort posters for distri
bution during the sophomore class poster sale Pole vaulter
Lee Rlzor strains to gain height to clear the bar
Mark Pollard works on a chemistry experiment measuring
equallbrium in colorimetery.
In Chemistry II, Kent Bowen conducts a flame test in quali- 'if . h
tative analysis. use 5 KM Mlke Patterson
Lee Ann Randall
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a meet with Marion Catholic.
Jeri Benedict puts the finishing touches on a woodland scene
at the Festival of the Arts.
Judy Evans and Carol Hildebrand daintily start to disect a
worm in biology.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: STANDING: Sandy Evans
- Secretary. SEATED: Vicki Styer - President, Robin Meyer
- Vice President, Sara Wood - Treasurer.
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'Members of the sophomore class visit Tri Rivers JVS
Mike Blankenship, Myrna Miller, and Kathy Sayers ladle out
onion soup in French cooking.
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homeroom during the Freshman class sponge sale.
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In Shakespeare class, students act out various scenes from
Midsummer Night's Dream. Brian Baughman plays the part
of Demetrius, Lynette Bush is the fair damsel Helena, and
Kevin Clark plays the debonair Lysander
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MOC Reserve Cross-Country race. RIGHT: Don Harman
comes down in good form in the long jump competition.
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FRESHMEN BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Craig Cardwell, Scott Strayer,
Scott Snyder, Kevin Clark, John Bowersmith, Randy Cole. BACK ROW: Coach Ron
Thill, John Dendinger, Rod Thill, Mike Mattix, Rob Williamson, Dan Barker. NOT
PICTURED: Jerald Votau.
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Jean Levering draws a circle inscribed in a square on the
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ney - Secretary. STANDING: Rod Thill - Vice President, basic math.
Greg Sweeney - President, Eve Miller - Treasurer.
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ty study in
Vickie Van Romer
Becky Gatchall demonstrates copper enameling.
ABOVE: Christina Webb and Mechelle Troyer decorate
Christmas cookies in Home Ec LEFT Freshmen Tracey
Corder, Gina Fuller and Lynette Bush are dressed in cos
tumes for the French Club Mardi Gras party
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Board Of Education
Rnchard T Myers Donald Bachelder
Presadent Vice President
Rosemary Brown Mary Jean Hnckson
Mr. Dusek and board members wait for a rain-soaked Clayton Dusek
homecoming parade to begin. Superintendent of Schools
Maxine Ashbrook Grace Shaffer
Secretary to the Superiniehdehf Assistant Secretary to the Superintendent
High School Staff
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Hi h School Staff Completes Evaluation
Every seven years the Mount Gilead High School is
evaluated by a team of educators to determine if the school
meets the standards for North Central High School and
College Accreditation. Mount Gilead is the only school in
Morrow County which is associated with North Central. This
is important to all Mount Gilead students because they can
be accepted by any college with North Central affiliation
without additional entrance exams. A local steering
committee made up of chairman Merrill Brucker, Dorothea
Barry, Dale Brown, Josephine Gerhardt, John Quinn, and Joe
Griffith worked with the high school staff in writing a self-
evaluation of the school system. Considered in the
evaluation were such items as teacher certification, course
offerings in each subject matter area, physical facilities,
adequacy of libraries, and many other factors related to
quality education. A team of twenty-four area educators
spent two days in the school observing classes, talking to
faculty and students, and viewing school facilities. The
North Central team, under the leadership of Dr. Herbert
Schneider, wrote their final evaluation which pointed out
strengths and weaknesses of the high school's educational
program. The final report was very complimentary of Mount
Gilead High School's overall educational program.
Marvin Webb of Pioneer JVS and Mr. Griffith discuss new
ideas for the school newspaper.
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Principal Joe Griffith, Dr. Herbert Schneider, and Merrill
Bruclcer serve as coordinators for the North Central
On the second day of the evaluation, observers write up their
A North Central evaluator sits in on
one of Mr. Quinn's government
Guidance Director Larry Furniss
Guidance counselor Virginia Meyer is the high school's
coordinator with Tri-Rivers.
Mr. Furniss discusses career options with Brad Doran.
Mrs. Cindy Fidler video tapes skits in one of her Shakespeare
Senior class advisor Dorothea Barry distributes graduation
materials. Mrs. Barry teaches English courses.
Mrs. Joan Bowling teaches
Spanish and English.
Math teacher Mr. Dale Brown talks to one of his classes.
ABOVE: Mr. Robert Ream teaches an anatomy class with the
help of "Bert Bones."
RIGHT: Billy Otten can't bear to watch Mr. Ron Thill
dissect an earthworm in Biology.
Mr. Virgil Staley teaches math and Algebra I.
Mr. Lewis Sarr helps Melissa Bartley with a General Science
Mr. John Quinn teaches U.S. Constitution, Current Events, American History teacher Paul Bremigan makes a point,
and Foreign Policy. "Go west, young man," or "They went that away."
Mrs. Suzanne Beck answers a question about the practice
sets for Pam Robinson. Mrs. Beck teaches business courses.
A yearbook. He teaches social studies and French.
At the Awards' Assembly Mrs. Nancy Kennedy has just , . , ,
presented Joy Middaugh with an award for typing ever 70 Speech teacher David Hammond climbs the stairs in the
Mr. James Miller takes many of the photographs used in the
Words per minute' Mrs' Kennedy teaches commercial lobby of the Piccadilly Hotel on the Thespians New York
subjects. theater tour.
Mr. John Games teaches Chemistry and Physics.
Home Ec. teacher Carol Sarr gives Connie Bowersmith some
advise on serving food.
Volleyball coach Jill Montrose presents Sherry Dix with the
trophy for the most points. Mrs. Montrose teaches Health and
During the North Central evaluation, Industrial Arts teacher
Merrill Brucker serves as the steering committee chairman.
Troy McDaniels practices wiring electrical circuits under the
watchful eye of Mr. Roger Beck. Mr. Beck teaches Vo. Ag.
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Dennis West and Steve Murphy purchase stock from Mr.
Forrest Byron who acts as stockbrolcer for an economics
simulation. Mr. Byron is the Distributive Education
Mr. and Mrs. Barry make a handsome couple at the Prom.
Special Ed. teacher Stephen Tracey examines materials he
is planning to use in class.
Mr. Creamer envisions his diet coming to an end at the
dinner prepared and served by the French II class.
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Santa Claus lRoxanna Fry? made a brief stop at the Student game Mr Griffith ets sacked b a line-backer.
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Instrumental music director Jim Anderson listens to the brass
Choir director Cindy Armstrong leads the choir in a practice
FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL:
FRONT ROW: Dorothy Jennings,
Virginia Bachelder, Virginia
Shipman, Sara Wright. ROW 2:
Hazel Blose, Vernie Richards,
Lois Robinson, Mary Lou
Williams, Becky Higgins. BACK
ROW: Cherie Shipman, Lucille
Trumbo, Laura Staley, Mary Van
Horn, Helma Dilsaver, Mary Jane
Harold Williams Shirley McElroy
Custodian Supervisor Building 1 Custodian
Cook Sara Wright makes sandwiches.
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Juli Fisher Is 1978 Homecoming Queen
The 1978 Homecoming activities
were interrupted by rain. The Thurs-
day evening homecoming parade and
pep rally were delayed and many of
the floats were rain - soaked. The
traditional bonfire was not burned un-
til the rescheduled pep rally on Fri-
day afternoon. At pre - game cere-
monies, it was announced that the
Freshman class float was the winner
of the float contest and that the foo
football team had selected Juli Fisher
as the 1978 Homecoming Queen. In
an exciting game, the Mount Gilead
Indians defeated the Northmor
Knights by a score of 18 - 8. Satur-
day night the Homecoming Dance
was held in the cafeteria.
Attendant Jackie Curts Queen
1978 HOMECOMING COURT: Attendant Jackie Curts, Homecoming Queen Jul
Fisher, Retiring Queen Karen Hawk, and Attendant Sherry Dix.
Juli Fisher Attendant Sherry Dix
Three - Act Comedy Opens Theatre Season
The lively and hilarious comedy "See How They Run"
opened the 1978 - 79 theatre season on November 10, 11,
and 12. Additional matinee performances were presented to
junior high and high school audiences. Key figures in the
mistaken identity farce are a pair of old friends - Clive
Winton, an American actor, and Penelope Toop, an actress.
Clive is now an Air Force Corporal stationed in England and
Penelope is the wife of a vicar. Having toured in shows
together at one time, Clive and Penelope have an innocent
date by way of reunion. When they return to the vicarage,
the pair get themselves in a dizzy dilemma that gets even
more complicated by the minute. The couple learn upon
their return that a sedate bishop is there, waiting to offer
Penelope's husband a better position. The mistaken identity
theme begins when the bishop meets Clive, who is dressed in
the vicar's clergyman's garb. The fun reaches hilarious
heights as five men in cleric clothes - one of them an
escaped Russian prisoner and another bishop who is to take
the service the next day - present a problem of who is who.
In addition a self - righteous parishioner who is kept busy
carrying tales to the vicar about his wife, a Cockney maid
with an over - active imagination, and a British sergeant
add to the comically complicated crisis.
Penelope and Clive share memories of the times when they
toured together in the show PRIVATE LIVES.
With everyone assembled except Miss Skillon, who is still in the
closet Sergeant Towers begins his interrogation with Ida.
After being hit on the head and having his clothes taken
from him, the stunned Reverend Lione Toop attacks the
Bishop as he hides behind a chair.
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While Miss Skillon is soused and out cold on the sofa, the
Russian spy enters preparing to exchange clothes and places
with Reverand Toop.
"And that's how it all began!"
As Corporal Clive Winton and Mrs. Toop re - create a scene
from PRIVATE LIVES, Miss Skillon catches them in the act.
Sergeant Towers lMark Craven! apparently is in need of a
little stimulant before he attempts to discover who is the
real Lionel Toop.
Corporal Clive Winton and Mr. Humphrey try to figure things
out while Penelope Toop and her "Husband" look on
"Diary Of Anne Frank" Is Second Production
The exciting, uplifting story of a warm - hearted young
girl as she grew from adolescence to young womanhood
while hiding with her family from Nazi persecution in a
confining attic was the basis for the second production of the
1978 - 79 theatre season. "The Diary of Anne Frank" was
presented in the High School Lecture Room during February.
The play is a dramatization of a real diary written by Anne
Frank to chronicle the days of seclusion that began in July,
1942 when she was just thirteen. Over the course of two years
she made entries vividly recording the problems, the cour-
age, the quarrels, and the discomforts of the eight people
cooped up in a cramped loft. It is not the diary's sharp por-
trayal of another chapter of war - time misery that has made
it one of the modern theatre's greatest successes, but instead,
the diary's poignant self - portrait of a girl who refused to be
robbed of the adventure of adolescence, a girl who went
right on having the usual joys and pains of growing up even
in a miserable hideout, with doom hanging over her.
Anne, attempting to make friends with Peter, explains she
had to leave her cat behind.
Bored with their daily routine, Anne dressed in Peter's clothes
to add excitement to their life.
Miep explains to Mr. Frank how Anne's Diary was found after
they were caught.
Mr. Dussell bolts his drink as they have a little drink to wel-
Mrs. Frank tries to settle Anne and Peter in a commotion re-
sulting from Anne hiding Peter's shoes.
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Anne sticks her tongue out as Mrs. Frank checks for a sore
Mr, Van Daan coughs and chokes as he tries to smoke a
homemade cigarette --- a Hanukkah present from Anne.
Mrs. Van Daan attempts to flirt with Mr. Frank.
While Mr. Frank checks outside and Mr. Dussell disgustedly
prepares to leave
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medicine when he
the room, Mrs. Frank comforts Anne after
rom a nightmare.
Anne's room, Mr. Dussell takes his allergy
find out that Peter has a cat.
Junior - Senior Prom At Marion Country Club
For the theme of the 1979 Junior - Senior Prom, the
Junior Class chose "The Long and Winding Road." The
Prom was held May 19th at the Marion Country Club.
Following a buffet style dinner, the Juniors and their guests
danced to the music of DJ Tom Danner. After - prom
activities included the movie, "The Promise," at Southland
Junior Class President Sue Fitzgerald welcomes the Seniors
to the Prom.
Shawn Thomas and Lori Corral read the class prophecies.
goers enjoy dancing to the slow music.
Mrs. Pat Brake decorated a cake to portray the prom theme.
A group of prom - goers relax between dances.
Angie Kuehne and Mark Mullins are the only dancers on the
floor during a fast number.
Connie Ratliff Is Winter Homecoming Queen
BASKETBALL HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT: Janae Tschudi -
Sophomore Attendant, Becci Guiher - Junior Attendant, Queen Connie
Ratliff, Juli Fisher - Senior Attendant, Paula Smith - Freshman Attendant.
Escort Brian Kemp watches as Connie
Ratliff shows her surprise after being
Mt. Gilead ReIay's Queen Is Jackie Curts
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MT. GILEAD RELAY'S TRACK QUEEN AND COURT: Connie Ratliff - Senior Attendant, Paula Smith - Freshman
Attendant, Queen Jackie Curts, Janae Tschudi - Sophomore Attendant, Lori Corral - Junior Attendant.
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The Concert Band performs at the Spring Concert.
The Mount Gilead Concert Band
went to the OMEA Contest at Malabar
High School primarily to gain contest
experience. The band received good
comments and suggestions on how to
improve their playing. During the
school year, the band's performances
included the Christmas, Winter, and
Spring Concerts. Some members of
the band participated in the OMEA
Solo and Ensemble Contest at Mans-
field Senior High School, at the Ohio
Wesleyan University Music Festival,
and in the All-County Band at North-
mor. At the 2nd annual Spring Music
Awards Banquet, awards were given
to outstanding concert band members
with Luane Campbell receiving the
John Phillip Sousa Award.
Luane Campbell, Brenda Trumbo, Beth Jordan, Carmen The band practices many hours for an up coming concert.
Yake, and Dawn Miller went to the OMEA solo and ensemble
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CONCERT BAND: FRONT ROW:
Luane Campbell, Kathy Levering,
Pam Robinson, Jean Levering,
Annette Harvey, Julie Wright, Su-
san Johnson, Lisa Hull, Brenda
Trumbo. ROW 2: Mike Mattix,
Gerry Zwick, Jerald Votaw, Jeff
Reid, Teri Sudbrook, Kim Otten,
Mike Smith, Mike Murphy, Mark
Craven, Mr. Jim Anderson. BACK
ROW: Carol Hildebrand, Judy Ev-
ans, Carol Hull, Connie Farris,
Robin Meyer, Sheila Campbell,
Denise Mullett, Janae Tschudi,
Shelly Trainer, Jeff Gress, Mark
Ohde, Dawn Miller, Barb Harritos,
Carmen Yake, Beth Jordan, Vince
"We've Got Pride On Our Side" Is Band's Motto
"We've Got Pride on Our Side" is the motto of the Mount
Gilead High School Marching Band. The Band's pride was
shown in numerous parades this year. The Morrow County
Fair, the Fredericktown Tomato Show, the Bucyrus Brats-
wurst Festival, the Circleville Pumpkin Festival, and the Mt.
Gilead Homecoming activities were the biggest parades in
which the Band participated. Along with parades, the Band
performed at the Highland MOC Marching Band Festival and
at all of Mt. Gilead's home and away football games. At the
end of the season the Marching Band gave a concert consist-
ing of all the marching music performed during the season.
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their pre-game show.
From the stands, members of the marching band play the Majorettes Carol Hildebrand, Jeri Irons, and Jean Petak lead
fight song to show their support of the team. the marching band.
MARCHING BAND: LEFT - FRONT TO BACK: Barb Harritos, Carmen Yake, Annette Harvey, Gerry Zwick, Vince Blue,
Beth Jordan, Jerald Votaw, Judy Evans, Shelly Trainer, Luane Campbell, Tina Grimm, Mike Mattix, Mark Ohde, Kathy
Levering. ACROSS: Jeri Bennedict, Mark Craven, Sheila Campbell, Kim Otten, Janae Tschudi, Robin Meyer, Mike Smith,
Mike Murphy, Mike Blankenship. RIGHT - FRONT TO BACK: Dawn Miller, Susan Johnson, Roger Wellman, Lisa Hull,
Brenda Trumbo, Jeff Reid, Jody Grimm, Carol Hull, Denise Mullett, Jean Levering Pam Robinson, Connie Farris, Mark
Mullins, Julie Wright.
FLAG CORPS: FRONT ROW:
Laura Prater, Dee Reppart, Debbie
Merriman, Kelly Little, Shelly
Bogard, Maria Bogan. BACK
ROW: Cathy Styer, Lisa Morgan,
Tracey Bedwell, Laura Nesbitt,
Marjorie Ohde, Roxie Trimmer.
The Pep Band played at all
home basketball games. It also
played at the P.T.O. Carnival Mu-
sic Food Canteen. The canteen
was held as a money-making pro-
ject to raise money for new
marching band uniforms.
PEP BAND: FRONT ROW: Barb
Harritos, Carmen Yake, Dawn
Miller, Mike Blankenship, Mike
Smith, Jeff Gress, Mark Ohde.
BACK ROW: Jean Levering, Judy
Evans, Connie Farris, Brenda
Trumbo, Kim Otten, Luane
Campbell, Pam Robinson, Jeff
Thespians Sponsor New York Theatre Tour
In addition to producing two major shows, "See How They
Run" and "The Diary of Anne Frank," students of the Mt.
Gilead Theatre Department also presented two evenings of
student directed Workshop Theatre productions. Students who
directed the workshop productions were Lori Lupica, Angie
Kuehne, Jody Moore, and Julie Gress, The highlight of the
year was the annual spring New York Theatre Tour. While in
"The Big Apple," students and community members saw
current Broadway shows such as "They're Playing Our
Song," "The Crucifer of Blood," "Sweeney Todd," the
Easter show at Radio City Music Hall, and the longest run-
ning off-Broadway show, "The Fantastiks." Other activities
included a seminar with Paxton Whitehead, who portrayed
Sherlock Holmes in "The Crucifer of Bloody" a tour of Lin-
coln Center: a historical tour of Greenwich Village, and a
backstage tour of the Helen Hayes Theatre. Additional time
was spent shopping in the World Trade Center, the Village,
and 5th Avenue shops: touring museums, the Empire State
Building, and the Statue of Liberty: and eating in some of
New York's finer restauratns. After returning from New York,
theatre students attended various college spring musical pro-
ductions. Students traveled to Heidelberg College to see
"Pippin," to Bowling Green to see "Mame," to OSU Mar-
ion to see "The Fantastiks," and to Otterbein College to see
"Brigadoon." The year concluded with an informal initi-
ation and picnic at the State Lakes, the annual awards ban-
quet at the Gateway Smorgasbord, and a canoeing trip to
Initates Pam Robinson, Melissa
Wilcox, and Tracey Corder
hope for the best as they catch
water filled ballons.
Who knows what Thespian initates are eating!
THESPIANS: KNEELING: Tracey Corder, Gina Fuller, Lynette Bush, Maggie Hobson, Lori Lupica, Jeff Gress, Neil Feist,
Angie Kuehne. STANDING: Mike Blankenship, Lisa Hull, Don Miller, Paul Grasmehr, Pam Robinson, Brenda Trumbo, Janae
Tschudi, Mark Wilcox, Jody Moore, Mark Ohde, Kathy Meyer, Sean McCauley, Julie Gress, Advisor David Hammond, Vince
Otto Frank returns to their attic hideout after the war. Mike
Squibb received the Thespian Best Actor Award for his por-
trayal of Mr. Frank in "Diary of Anne Frank."
Anne and Peter chat in Peter's loft room. For her role as
Anne, Maggie Hobson received the Thespian Best Actress
Award, and Don Miller received the Best Supporting Actor
Award for his role as Peter.
Thespian tour members visit Greenwich Village while in
New York City.
Jody Moore who plays the role of Mrs. Frank in "Diary"
looks at her Hanukkah gift from Anne. Jody was selected as
Outstanding Thespian and Best Director of a Workshop Pro-
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more time. Julie Gress received the Best Supporting Actress
Award for her portrayal of Miss Skillon in "See How They
Choir Members Have A Very Active Year
The Choir's yearly activities began with participation in
Fredericktown's Choir Invitational. The Choir also performed
for the Thanksgiving assembly, gave Christmas and Spring
concerts, and sang at Graduation. Some members of the
Choir participated in the OMEA Solo and Ensemble Contest
at Mansfield Senior High School, the All-County Choir held
at Northmor, and the Ohio Wesleyan Music Festival. As a
fund raising project for the new marching band uniforms,
members of the Choir sang for the Music Fund Canteen that
was held during the P.T.O. Carnival. The Sophomore Girls
Ensemble, the Mixed Ensemble, and the Senior Girls Ensem-
ble also sang at the concerts that were given throughout the
year.-At the 2nd Annual Spring Music Banquet, awards were
given to outstanding members with Kathy Meyer receiving
the Arion Award.
Choir members lFRONT ROW! Jeff Reid, Coleen Barker,
Carol Hildebrand, Angie Kuehne, CBACK ROWD Tammy Van
The Senior Girls Ensemble sang "Matchmaker" at the
Horn, Janae Tschudi, Don Miller, Scott Rollyson, and Kathy The Choi' sings af commencement exercises'
Meyer sang at the OMEA Solo and Ensemble Contest.
CHOIR: FRONT ROW: H. Mann, L.
Baxter, P. Sedlock, L. Carroll, B. Ot-
ten, G. Votaw, T. Hoffman, N. Robin-
son, K. Levering, P. Carr, V. Van
Romer, A. Smith, T. Casto, C. Gandee,
B. Guiher, A. Kuehne, D. Rollyson.
ROW 2: J. Irons, P. Williams, J. Monk,
L. Lupica, B. Harritos, L. Westbrook, J.
Gandee, R. Williamson, J. Squires, S.
Wolford, J. Reid, M. Ohde, T. Van
Horn, K. Little, M. Troyer, L. Camp-
bell, P. Robinson, M. Hobson, K. Otten.
ROW 3: L. Dixon, T. Bedwell, M. Phil-
lips, M. Miller, R. Trimmer, S. Wood,
G. Shoewalter, M. Mullins, P. Gras-
mehr, T. Knaul, M. Patterson, S. Goff,
R. Thill, C. Barker, K. McKinney, G.
Michal, C. Webb, C. Styer, C. Hilde-
brand. ROW 4: K. Meyer, D. Lewis, J.
Morre, J. Curts, S. Bachelder, D. Styer,
D. Miller, R. Moore, M. Pollard, B. Co-
nant, S. Evans, P. Gordon, J. Tschudi,
K. Sheets, J. Nesbitt, Mrs. C. Arm-
strong. BACK ROW: B. Trumbo, R.
Meyer, S. Campbell, M. Ohde, M.
Smith, S. Williamson, C. Warner, M.
Strong, R. Heimlich, R. Keene, J. Bai-
ley, R. Smith, D. Levings, D. Seitz, R.
Jaggers, J. Fisher, C. Farris, A. Borders,
J. Evans, L. Prater.
Art Club Honors March As Youth Art Month
Art Club officers Cindy Chapman and Julie Fisher watch
Supt. Dusek proclaim March as Youth Art Month.
Officers of Art Club for 1978-79 school year were Julie
Fisher - President, Cindy Chapman - Vice-President, Luane
Campbell - Secretary, and Becci Guiher - Treasurer. The
club held meetings twice a month with a craft item being
made at each meeting. Field trips were taken to the Gover-
nor's Youth Art Exhibit and to the Children's Hospital Twig
Bazaar. Club members made key chains, picture mirrors,
and spirit necklaces to finance the club activities. Art Club
co-sponsored the Festival of the Arts with IAC and had an
exhibit at the Morrow County Fair. Other activities included
going Christmas caroling, a picnic, and installation of offi-
cers at the end of the year.
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the Festival of the Arts.
Camp" and two sculptures at the Governor's Youth Art Exhi-
ART CLUB: FRONT ROW: Luane Campbell, Cindy Chapman, Becci Guiher, Julie Fisher. ROW 2: Mrs. Jo Ger-
hardt, Myrna Miller, Donna Gray, Kelley Sheets, Coleen Barker, Laura Reutter, Lee Ann Randall, Teri Sud-
brook. BACK ROW: Eric Wright, Jeri Benedict, Becky Gattshall, Teresa Young, Rhonda Thill, Shelly Trainer,
Sue Fitzgerald, Rob Keene, David Castle, Randy Tolbert, Rick Heimlich, Rod Thill, Keith Minigh, Brian Evert,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: FRONT ROW: Lori Lupica, Jody Moore, Sharon Smith, Brenda Chilcote,
Dawn Miller, Laura Reutter, Coleen Barker. BACK ROW: Julie Gress, Kim Otten, Kathy Meyer, Juli Fisher,
Karen O'Sullivan, Sue Fitzgerald, Karen McKinney, Mark Wilcox.
VARSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: FRONT ROW: Jon Davis, Ric Lyle, Jeff Gress, Tom Short, Don
McNamee, Scott Williamson. ROW 2: Tom George, Brian Kemp, Tim Brake, Steve Workman, Neal
Dumbaugh, Tim Campbell, Denny West. ROW 3: Scott Snyder, Paul Grasmehr, Trent Thomas, Dennis Shoaf,
Randy Tolbert, Shawn Thomas, Shane Campbell. BACK ROW: David Castle, Mark Hartman, Tom Lyle,
Dave Willeke, Scott Wilcox, Mark Wilcox, Brad Irons, Mike Patterson, Randy Helt.
French Club Holds
Cathy Booth fills the Mardi Gras pinata with candy.
The Best Mardi Gras Party Costumes.
RIGHT: Pat McGinnis rides the club's Homecoming float.
Mardi Gras Party
To start off the 78 - 79 year the French club entered the
Homecoming Float Contest. The club used the theme "Daze
the Knights" for their float. In February the club held a
Mardi Gras party for the members and other French students.
Chosen as the best costumes were Kathy Sayers and Myrna
Miller's Donald and Daisy Duck costumes and Mike
Blankenship's Roman patrician's toga outfit.
FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Myrna
Miller, Tracey Corder, Gina Fuller, Pat
Porter. ROW 2: Kathy Sayers, Chester
Machen, Mike Blankenship, Dan
Levings, Neil Feist. BACK ROW: Luane
Campbell, April Snyder, Stacey
Anderson, Melissa Wilcox, Mr. James
Student Council Has Very Active Year
The week before Homecoming, Student Council sponsored '
a "Spirit Weekj" consisting of a "Favorite T - Shirt Day,"
"Hat Day," and "Dress Crazy Day." They also sponsored
the Homecoming parade and the float contest. They
contributed 550.00 to both Meals on Wheels and the
Community Action Program at Christmas time. Other ,
activities of the Student Council included Winter
Homecoming and the movie "Jeremiah Johnson" for the
student body. On Valentine's Day they sold "Friendship
Carnations." They also sponsored a number of dances
throughout the school year.
representative Mrs. Vicky Thoman.
Pat McGinnis models his favorite hat during Spirit Week Students enjoy dancing at Student Councll's Christmas
which was sponsored by Student Council. Dance.
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Student Council president Julie Gress STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED: Don Miller, Paula Smith, Jill Griffith, Brenda
aI1I'10uI'1CeS the Basketball Homecoming McChesney. STANDING: Jody Moore, Shawn Thomas, Conni Farris, Janae
Queen Connie Ratliff. Tschudi, Cindy Chapman, Karen McKinney, Kelly Sheets. Members not
pictured: Julie Gress, Eric Wright, Kim Kipp.
Student Council members donate a 550.00 check to C.A.P.
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One of Spanish Club's major projects this year was to
sponsor the Valentine Dance. Members of the club made
Valentine decorations and decorated the cafeteria. Other
activities for the year included attending a lecture series on
foreign cultures and traveling to Mrs. Bowling's home for a
Kathy Levermg and Sonja Conley decorate for the
Valentme's Turn About Dance
Lori Lupica puts up decorations for the dance.
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SPANISH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Kathy Levering, Lori Lupica, Lou Ann Brown, Pam Sedlock, Sonja Conley.
BACK ROW: Mrs. Joan Bowling, Jeff Reid, Sara Wood, Kim Otten, Cindy Gandee, Mary Phillips.
F.F.A. initiates Plans For New Building
Under the direction of advisor Roger Beck, the Mt. Gilead
Chapter of the Future Farmers of America participated in
many area activities. The chapter competed in the County
Parliamentary Procedure Contest and attended the State
Convention in Columbus. Local projects included the Fourth
of July Tractor Pull, a pancake supper, citrus fruit and cider
sales, and the distribution of FFA calendars on Teacher
Appreciation Day. Social functions of the chapter were a
Get Acquainted Picnic in September and the Parent and
Member Banquet in March. The chapter's biggest
undertaking was initiating a program to get a new
Vocational Agriculture Building. To fund the building
project, the chapter is conducting several money - making
projects and collecting donations from area farmers and '
At the Parent - Member Banquet, Dan Barker received the
Star Greenhand Award and Steve Miller received the Star
Chapter Farmer Award.
F.F.A.: FRONT ROW: Shelley
Bogard, Annette Smith, Steve
Gray, Carolyn Smith, Robby
Moody, Kelley Lawrence, David
Lyons, Glenn Vipperman. ROW 2:
Jerry Gandee, Wayne McCurdy,
Leonard Coots, Steve Miller, Tim
Wilkins, Lonnie Brown, Tim
Counts, Jim Thompson. BACK
ROW: Chris Lloyd, Randy Helt,
Chuck Salisbury, Neal Dumbaugh,
Troy McDaniels, Dale Barnett,
Doug Lehman, Advisor Roger
Beck. Members not present: Dan
Barker, John Long, Mike Mattix,
Whose rope trick is this, magician Eldon Wigton's or Steve
F.F.A. Queen candidates and their escorts are: Seniors -
Randy Helt and Kelly McClelland, Juniors - Brenda
Chilcote and Dale Barnett, Sophomores - Carolyn Smith
and John Long, Freshman - Dee Reppart and Scott Snyder.
Junior Brenda Chilcote is F.F.A. Queen.
Brenda Chilcote Is 1979 - 80 State President
The Mt. Gilead FHAIHERO chapter is one of the strongest
organizations in the high school. Its members are active at
the local, county, district, and state levels. In November at
the District Rally at Tri - Rivers, Brenda Trumbo was
elected as District 1st Vice President. The Mt. Gilead
chapter is a strong supporter of Children Hospital in
Columbus. Proceeds of a chapter Walk - A - Thon and Rock
- A - Thon went to the hospital. In February, the chapter
recognized FHAIHERO Week and raffled off a box of
Valentine's candy as a money - making project. Several
members attended the State FHAIHERO Convention at
Columbus. The highlight of the chapter's year was the
election of Brenda Chilcote as the 1979 - 80 State
Brenda Chilcote is ready to select the winner of the
At the FHAIHERO Banquet, the following officers for 1979 -
80 were installed: Jackie Monk, Melissa Wilcox, Jill
Shipman, Brenda Trumbo, Laura Prater, Lisa Morgan, and Mrs. Sarr presents the Mt. Gilead chapter's Outstanding
Brenda Chilcote. FHAIHERO Award to Brenda Chilcote at the banquet.
FHAIHERO: SEATED: Lisa
Morgan, Cathy Styer, Chris Webb,
Mechelle Troyer, Jackie Monk,
Terlsa Coots. STANDING: Donna
Gray, Dawn Schofield, Jodi
Hershner, Cindy Little, Brenda
Chilcote, Brenda Trumbo, Sandra
Lewis, Julie Conley, Laura Prater,
Brenda Coots, Rena Carte, Melissa
Wilcox, Joyce Johns, Jill
Shipman, Peggy Carr.
DECA Wins Awards
Mt. Gilead DECA students were involved in many local
and district activities this year. In district contests Mt.
Gilead students won numerous awards and honors. Tami
Farris was a finalist in the district Miss Ohio DECA contest.
District first place winners were Carl Mynhier in the
Petroleum Contest and Jon Davis in the Finance and Credit
Contest. Second place awards went to Kevin Evans in the
Parliamentary Law Contest and Sharon Smith in the Apparel
and Accessories Contest. Mark Sterritt won third place in the
Food Marketing Contest. Honorable Mention awards were
won by Mark Hartman in the Free Enterprise Contest, Brenda
Coots in Public Speaking, and Kevin Evans in the Marketing
Test. Named outstanding DECA students for 1978 - 79 were
Lisa Tinch and Jon Davis.
Seniors Brad Doran, Lisa Tinch KBACK ROW? Jon Davis,
and Brian Shipman received the State Board of Education
Award of Distinction in Distributive Education.
' In District Contests
Jon Davis and Lisa Tinch are the 1978 - 79 Outstanding
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Brad Doran, Jon Davis, Kevin Evans,
Brian Shipman. ROW 2: Rob Jaggers,
Darren Fricke, Steve Bogan, Carl
Mynhier. BACK ROW: Mr. Forrest
Byron, Tom George, Don Dixon, Mark
Evans, Arron Windbigler, Dale Sherman.
IAC Members Place In State Competition
Mark Shoaf and Dennis Rathburn work on I.A.C.'s prize -
ennls Rathburn recondltlons football helmets for the Mt.
ilead Athletic Department.
OFFICERS: Sgt. - at - Arms - Shawn Thomas, Vice
Joe Richardson, Treasurer - Steve Burnside,
Todd Sweeney, Reporter - Dennis Rathburn. Not
- Secretary Paul Grasmehr.
I.A.C. attended several conferences and brought back
numerous honors. In April the OSIAC Convention was held at
Dayton and in June the AIASA National Convention took
place in Memphis, Tennessee. At the State Convention, Mt.
Gilead's I.A.C. won first place for the eighth year in the
Parliamentary Procedure Contest, first place in the
Scrapbook Contest, and second place in the Outstanding
Club Contest. Paul Grasmehr placed first in the Technical
Writing and Extemporaneous Speaking Contests, Dennis
Rathburn was first in Drafting, and Mark Shoaf was first in
Research Paper. Kevin Clark was third in Drafting and Randy
Cole placed third in Technical Writing. Joe Richardson was
elected State Vice - President and Steve Burnside was
elected Sergeant - at - Arms for a second year. Paul
Grasmehr was elected North Central District Vice -
President. At the National Convention, Mt. Gilead's I.A.C.
was one of the five finalists for the Outstanding Club in the
Nation Award. Paul Grasmehr was one of the five finalists in
the Technical Writing Contest. I.A.C. also went on field
trips to HPM's Engineering Department and to OSU's
Industrial Art and Engineering Departments. The Industrial
Arts Club also co - sponsored the Festival of the Arts with
the Art Club.
These IAC members received trophies at the Ohio State
Industrial Arts Club Convention. FRONT ROW: Dennis
Rathburn, Kevin Clark, Randy Cole, Bernie Butterfield, Paul
Grasmehr. BACK ROW: Mark Shoaf, Steve Burnside, Joe
Richardson, Doug Hayes, Todd Sweeney, Advisor Merrill
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Denny West Runs In State Cross Country Meet
Randy Helt fights for the lead as he nears the finish line.
Mike Patterson finishes the MOC Meet.
The Mt. Gilead Cross Country Team competed in several
dual, triple, and invitational meets during the season and
placed well at each outing. In the Mid - Ohio Conference
Meet at Fredericktown, Denny West placedtfirst with a time
of 14.24. The Mt. Gilead team placed second in the
conference meet. In the AA Central District Sectional Meet,
the Indians placed sixth as a team and Denny West placed
third which qualified him for the Central District Meet.
Denny's time in the District was good enough to qualify for
the State Meet at the OSU Golf Course. In the AA State
Finals, Denny placed 34th with an outstanding time of
Fredericktown High School Principal Al McClung presents
the MOC Cross Country Meet first place medal to Denny
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM:
FRONT ROW: Trent Thomas,
Randy Helt, Denny West, Brad
Irons, Mike Patterson. ROW 2:
Paul Middaugh, Scott Strayer,
Dennis Rathburn, Scott Snyder,
Kevin Clark, Jeff Clark, Chris
Conaway. BACK ROW: Coach Ron
Thill, Rod Thill, Randy Corral,
Tim Campbell, Shane Campbell,
Chester Machen, Scott Goff.
Indians Gain 19 - 16 Victory Over Irish
The Indians' 19 - 16 victory over Marion Catholic was the
highlight of the 1978 football season. The victory brightened
an otherwise disappointing season in which the Indians
compiled an overall 3 - 6 record and a 3 - 4 record in MOC
play. Several Mt. Gilead players received post - season
recognition for their outstanding play. Halfback Jeff Harman
and end Darren Fricke were selected for the All - MOC
team. Tim Bland, Mark Wilcox, and Don McNamee were
MOC Honorable Mentions. Jeff and Darren received
Honorable Mention on the Associated Press Central District
Team. At the Fall Sports Banquet, Don McNamee and
Darren Fricke were named Outstanding Linemen for the
season and Jeff Harman was the recipient of the Ron
McCracken Award and the Outstanding Back Award.
Jeff Harman tries to buck through the Northmor line.
The Indian blockers give quarterback Tim Bland time to get
off his pass.
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Ric Lyle, Jeff Harman, Tim Bland, Don McNamee, Mark Wilcox, David
Castle, Darren Fricke, Rob Jaggers. ROW 2: Tom Short, Neal Dumbaugh, Mark Shoaf, Keith Levings, Todd Sweeney, Dan
Braden, Steve Burnside, Mark Hartman. ROW 3: Lee Rizor, Jim Everhart, Scott Williamson, Scott Wilcox, Mark Strong,
Steve Workman, Kevin Robinson, Tom Lyle. BACK ROW: Carl Harritos, Mark Pollard, Terry Knaul, Jeff Gress, Alan
Mullett, Jeff Hawk.
Lee Rizor speeds into the secondary after going through a
hole in the Northmor defense.
End Scott Wilcox grabs a pass before going out of bounds.
RETURNING LETTERMEN: FRONT ROW: Tom Short, Ric
Lyle, Mark Wilcox, Darren Fricke. BACK ROW: Don
McNamee, Tim Bland, Jeff Harman, Rob Jaggers, David
After playing one of the toughest freshman schedules in
the area, the team ended the season with a 2 - 4 - 1
record. Three of the opposing team's went undefeated.
Although the team's record could have been much better,
the season was successful because there was a lot of
learning taking place and the players improved as the
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Joe Dixon, Jerry Gandee, Randy Brooks, Marty Sterritt, Myron Hartman,
Jim Wilkinson, Greg Sweeney, Chris Robinson, Todd Patrick, Tim Hoffman - manager. BACK ROW: Coach Mike Tracey,
John Bowersmith, Paul Sheets, Brad Fricke, Robby Moody, Doug Lehman, Don Harman, Tim Damron, Jim Curts, Jim
Elkins, Greg Shoewalter - manager.
The Varsity cheers the team on.
Senior cheerleaders, Juli Fisher and Kelly McClelland are
honored at the Fall Sports Banquet.
Combined Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders yell for
the team during Homecoming.
VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: SEATED: Lee Ann JUNIOR VARSITY: FRONT KNEELING: Paula Smith. ROW
Randall, Kelley Sheets, Juli Fisher. STANDING: BOTTOM 2: Eve Miller. ROW 3: Jill Hawk, Leslie Waggener, Melissa
TO TOP: Annette Westbrook, Kelly McClelland, Lori Corral, Bartley. TOP: Brenda McChesney.
Varsity mount: "You can make it, Becci!"
The Reserves cheer the team on!
RESERVE: LEFT TO RIGHT: Sheila Campbell, Janae
Tschudi, Robin Meyer, Sara Wood.
VARSITY: Juli Fisher, Kelly McClelland, Lori Lupica
Becci Guiher, Kelley Sheets, Kathy Meyer.
FRESHMAN: KNEELING: Eve Miller. ROW 2: Cindy
McKinney, Brenda McChesney, Jill Hawk. TOP: Paula
Varsity Plays ln District Tournament
The Mt. Gilead girls' varsity volleyball team posted a 5 -
9 record during the regular season. In tournament action, the
Indians defeated Ridgedale and Marion Catholic in the Class
A Sectional. These victories moved the girls to the District
Tournament where they defeated Northmor before losing to
Newark Catholic. Dawn Miller was selected to the All -
MOC varsity team. Kim Kipp and Sherry Dix were named
Honorable Mention. At the Fall Sports Banquet, Debbie
Lewis received the best spiker award, Sherry Dix the award
for most points served, and Dawn Miller the award for most
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Dawn Miller 1121 and Coleen Barker 1401 watch Debbie
Lewis go up for a spike.
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Dawn
Miller, Carmen Yake, Coleen Barker. BACK ROW: Assistant
Coach Theresa Weisbarth, Sherry Dix, Kim Kipp, Debbie
Lewis, Jody Moore, Coach Jill Montrose.
Carmen Yake C203 and Sherry Dix C305 wait for the return
volley as Jody Moore serves.
The team leaves the floor after winning a game.
Kim Kipp dinks the ball past the opposition.
Myrna Muller dlrlks the ball over the nel. Robin Meyer returns a serve.
mps the ball to setter Kim Blue Kelley Sheets bumps the ball toward the net.
RESERVE VOLLEYBALL TEAM:
FRONT ROW: Sharon Bachelder, Susan
Johnson, Cheryl Swaney. ROW 2: Coach
Theresa Weisbarth, Kelley Sheets,
Janae Tschudi, Robin Meyer, Carol
Hull. BACK ROW: Myrna Miller, Sara
Wood, Kim Blue.
Mike Holtrey Is MOC Most Valuable Player
The 1978 - 79 edition of the Mt. Gilead Indians finished
with a 7 won - 7 lost record in the MOC, good for a fifth
place finish. Playing one of the toughest schedules in their
history, the Indians completed the season with an overall
record of 8 and 10. The highlight of the season had to be the
67 - 65 victory over Marion CAtholic at the Marion
Coliseum. The Indians accomplished this after trailing 20 -
2 in the first quarter. Another exciting moment was the last
regular season game, in which the Indians played their best
game of the season, going into a triple overtime thriller
before losing to Highland 61 - 59. The Indians graduated
four seniors, co - captains Mike Holtrey and Jeff Harman,
Roger Wellman, and Brian Kemp. Mike received many
honors this season. He was voted All - MOC, Most Valuable
Player in the MOC, All - District first team, and played in
the Mansfield News Journal All - Star game in Mansfield.
Jeff was voted the Indians' most improved player. Dave
Willeke, a sophomore, was also honored by being named All
- MOC. Dave was the only underclassman so honored.
RIGHT: Neal Dumbaugh 1403 and Dave Willeke C323 go for a
rebound against Cardington.
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offense to get set before moving the court.
ball toward the basket.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM:
KNEELING: Roger Wellman, Dennis
Shoaf, Scott Wilcox, Tim Brake.
STANDING: Mike Holtrey, Jeff
Harman, Dave Willeke, Neal
Dumbaugh, Brian Kemp, Brad Irons.
Reserves Win Five Of Last Seven Games
Tim Campbell looks for an opening in the Northmor zone.
Mc' , e - e en
The 1978 - 79 Mt. Gilead Reserve Basketball Team
compiled an 8 - 10 record. The team started the season
slowly and had a record of 1 - 6 after the first seven games.
The second half of the season, the team improved
tremendously, winning five of its last seven games.
Highlights had to be the wins over Marion Catholic and
Highland on foul shots by Jim Bailey and Robby Keene.
Many of the reserve players from this year's team will be
able to help the varsity next year.
ABOVE: Rob Keene goes up for a jump ball.
LEFT' Rob Keene and Dave Wiehe defend a ainst the Elgin
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: Scott
Goff, Jim Bailey, Rob Keene, Dave
Wiehe, Rick Heimlich, Tim Campbell,
Sherry Dix Is Named To MOC First Team
The Mt. Gilead Women's Basketball team, under the
guidance of Coach Melody Neumeister and Assistant Coach
Patricia Tracey, finished the season with a 7 - 10 record,
and was 6 - 8 in MOC play. Senior Sherry Dix was named to
the MOC first team. Other Indian players to receive post -
season recognition were senior Kim Kipp and junior Dawn
Miller. Both girls received honorable mention.
Kim Kipp tries to control the tip off to Joy Middaugh.
WOMEN'S VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW:
Kathy Sayers, Carmen Yake, Gail Zwick, Dawn Miller.
BACK ROW: Joy Middaugh, Barb Harritos, Kim Kipp,
Gilead's defense tries stop Northmor from getting two points.
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Sherry Dix, Beth Jordan, Coach Melody Neumeister. Dawn Miller and Beth Jordan fight for the ban
Dawn Muller trles to make two from the top of the key
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Leslie Waggoner 84 Coach Tim
Scherer Marijane Ford
GYMNASTICS TEAM: Gina Fuller, April Snyder, Julie Wright, Nlarijane Ford, Leslie
Waggoner, Lynette Bush, Eve Miller, Paula Smith, Tracy Hawk.
The Mt. Gilead High School
Golf team placed third in the
MOC Match at King's Mill Golf
Course. The Indians overall season
record was 4 - 8. Joe Bartley was
this year's team medalist.
GOLF TEAM: FRONT ROW: Frank Machesky, Brad Curl, David Willeke, Doug Seitz,
Rob Williamson, Harry Cohen. BACK ROW: Paul Grasmehr, Tom George, Brian Kemp,
Joe Bartley, Kent Bowen, Doug Edwards, Coach Larry Furniss.
The Mt. Gilead Baseball team finished the
season with a record of 12 - 9. In conference
play, the team was 7 - 4. Three Indian
players were selected for the MOC first team.
They were Randy Tolbert, Jon Davis, and
Neal Dumbaugh, Rob Jaggers received
Neal Dumbaugh, Randy Tolbert, Jon Davis, and Rob Jaggers
received baseball awards.
BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW:
Scott Williamson, Doug Edwards,
Randy Helt, Brad Doran, Jon
Davis, Harry Cohen, Kevin Clark,
Keith Levings. BACK ROW:
Coach Dale Brown, Rob Jaggers,
Randy Tolbert, Rob Keene, Neal
Dumbaugh, David Willeke, Jim
Bailey, Scott Wilcox, Shawn
Thomas, Coach Roger Cooper.
Rick Heimlich clears the high jump bar- Don McNamee Mt. Gilead's top discus man, concentrates
before the throw.
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At the Mt. Gilead Relays, Mt. Gilead's Two - Mile Relay team set a new meet record of 8:25. KABOVE LEFT? Mike
Patterson hands off to Tim Brake and KABOVE RIGHT! Denny West crosses the finish line. Brad Irons is the fourth member of
BOYS' TRACK TEAM: SEATED: Don Harman, Marty Cohen, Frank Machesky, Brian Baughman, Mike Murphy, Mark
Strong, Marty Sterritt, Kerry Strong, Greg Sweeney, Brad Fricke. KNEELING: Doug Lehman, Tim Campbell, Denny West,
Doug Knipp, Mark Pollard, Mike Patterson, Paul Sheets, Jim Curts, Jeff Hawk, Chester Machen, Jim Everhart. STANDING:
Coach Ron Thill, Rod Thill, Scott Goff, Mark Shoaf, Rick Heimlich, Randy Corral, Tim Brake, Brad Irons, Don McNamee,
Tim Bland, Lee Rizor, Todd Sweeney, Steve Murphy, Assistant Coach Rick Campbell.
Indian Track Teams Have Excellent Season
Kim Kipp hits the string for a win in the 100 yd. dash.
ABOVE: Teri Sudbrook follows through on a discus throw.
RIGHT: Carmen Yake, Kim Kipp, and Sherry Dix show their
outstanding track awards. Carmen's award was for best
distance runner, Kim's award was for outstanding track
events, and Sherry's award was for outstanding field events.
The 1979 boys' and girls' track teams had an excellent
year. The boys placed fourth in a field of ten teams in the
Mt. Gilead Relays. A new meet record was set in the two
mile relay by Mike Patterson, Brad Irons, Tim Brake, and
Denny West in a time of 8:25.6. In the AA Sectional Meet,
the boys' team placed sixth. Don McNamee placed first in
the discuss with a toss of 140' 10". Denny West won the mile
run with a time of 4:37. Both qualified for the District where
Denny placed among the top three finishers, thus qualifying
for the State Meet.
The girls' team placed fourth in the Mt. Gilead Girls'
Invitational in a field of nine teams. In the Class A
Sectional Meet, Carmen Yake finished second in the mile
run, Kim Kipp was second in the 220, Sherry Dix placed in
shot put, and the 440 relay team finished second. All of
these girls qualified for the Class A District Meet. In the
District Kim Kipp finished fifth in the 220, Sherry Dix was
fourth in the shot put and the 440 relay team finished fourth.
At the Spring Sports Banquet, Denny West was named
outstanding runner and Don McNamee was named the
outstanding field event participant. For girls' track, Carmen
Yake was the outstanding distance runner, Kim Kipp was the
outstanding track participant, and Sherry Dix was the
outstanding field event competitor.
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Lynnette Bush. KNEELING: Jean Levering, Leslie Waggoner, Paula Smith, Brenda McChesney, Lee Ann Randall,
Gail Zwick, Pat Daugherty, Eve Miller, Beth Jordan, Teresa Casto. STANDING: Rhonda Thill, Patty LaRoche, Carol
Hull, Gerry Zwick, Joy Middaugh, Kim Kipp, Sherry Dix, Debbie Lewis, Lori Corral, Patty Wilson, Coach Jill
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Dorothy Bishop - Mathematics
Donna Bremigan - English 8
Maude Griffith - Home Economics
Jane Hunt - English 7
Olen Jackson - Phys. Ed.
Wilford Keil - Social Studies
Edward Kimmey - Special Education
Cris King - Social Studies
John Oyster - Science
Lewis Sarr - Science
Dave Dickerson - Custodian - Fireman
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Student Council members Dawn'Fisher and Larry Elliott
hang Christmas wreaths to decorate class room doors.
Mike Bedwell and Brenda Levings model various kinds of
life jacket for Bob Supler of the Department of Natural Re-
sources. Mr. Supler is speaking to the Phy. Ed. classes on
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Doug Roach observe Marty Cohen working in biology class at
the high school.
Junlor high students are taught Basic Cardiac Life Support
techniques in Phy. Ed. Jim Maslar demonstrates the correct
method for checking carotid pulse.
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JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS: BOTTOM ROW Corinna
Harritos, Torri Braden, Julie Griffith, Tammy Benton MID
DLE ROW: DeeDee Rathburn, Tammy Cooper Sue Willeke
TOP: Pam Sweeney.
Junior Hi h's Fifties Day A Big Success
Rolled up jeans, bobby socks, letter
sweaters, bright make-up, slicked-down f
hair, and sun-glasses were the attire of
the day at the Junior High's Fifties Day.
Both Junior High students and faculty
dressed up for the occasion.
Dawn Fisher and Brenda Holtrey show Cecil Adams dresses as a i50ns llhoodl
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Cassie McCreight, Cathy Chilcote, Lisa Varner, Lori
Landon, Molly Keenan , Barbara Beach, and secretary
Evelyn Shoults show off their outfits.
student and teacher.
RIGHT: Paul Lindsay, Brian Votaw, Robert Waggoner,
Lance Feist, Pam Sweeney, Lori Landon, DeeDee Rathburn,
Julie Griffith, and Tammy Stacy pose for a picture.
EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS'
BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT
ROW: Coach Marcia Tracey, Lori
Thomas, Sue Willeke, Lori Geyer,
Kim Smith, Manager Tammy
Benton. BACK ROW: Robin
Sparks, Debbie Hawk, Brenda
Holtrey, Melinda Stotts, Sherri
Trainer. The team finished the
season with an 8-3 record.
EIGHTH GRADE BOYS'
BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT
ROW: Nathan Harvey, Doug Yake,
Jerry Ashbrook, Jeff Clark. ROW
2: Mike Ohler, Dan Baer, Chris
Conaway, Nathan Long, Mike
Curtis, Rick Van Houten, Andy
Cooper, Coach John Oyster. The
team won the MOC 8th Grade
Basketball Tournament and ended
the season with an 11-5 record.
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SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS'
BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT
ROW: Coach Marcia Tracey,
Cathy Monk, Kelly Everhart. ROW
2: DeeDee Rathburn, Sabrina
Bailey, Tammy Cooper, Linda
Bartlett, Pam Sweeney. BACK
ROW: Heldl Van Romer, Margie
Korody, Tracey Elliott, Julie
Griffith, Tammy Stacy.
SEVENTH GRADE BOYS'
BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT
ROW: Manager David Ricks, Mark
Willeke, Cody Eastrldge, Jim
Shaffer, Jeff Smith. ROW 2: Jeff
Tschudi, Brain Patterson, Artie
Miller, Dale Creasap, Bret Cox.
BACK ROW: Coach Rick Weaver,
Earl Chlpman, Alan Helt, Pat
McCauley, Randy Brewer.
Jeff Tschudi tips the ball toward a teammate- Mark Willeke goes up over the heads of the defense on a
SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Billy Belcher, Randy Corwin, Kevin Wolford, Rancy Brewer, Dale
Creasap, Chris Fricke, David Ramsier, Joe Maslar, Mike Reid, Artie Miller, Tim Bostic .ROW 2: Jeff Smith, Brett Cox,
Jim Shaffer, Paul Blocksom, Ron Morr, David Ricks, Cody Eastridge, Brian Votau, Lance Feist, Jack McCoy. BACK ROW:
Coach Lewis Sarr, Alan Helt, Mark Willeke, Earl Chipman, Jeff Tschudi, Jon Collins, Randy Hoffman, Brian Patterson, Pat
McCauley, Steve Fidler.
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Myers, Peter Stewart, Jerry Ashbrook, Kevin Salisbury, Rod Hoffman. ROW 2: Rod Randall, Randy Crawford, Mark Rader,
John Guiher, Jim Maslar, Robert Wolford, John Hatfield, Mike Perry. BACK Row: Coach Virgil Staley, Robert Waggener,
Dan Campbell, Doug Walters, Larry Elliott, Doug Yake, Coach Cris King.
Cherry Street Elementary Staff
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Stephanie R,-,arty Jerry.Bloomfield Ann Park Patricia Tribble
Elementary Guidance RGHCIINQ Specialist LDIBD Special Education
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Dr. Karen Hehrer - Music
Thelma May - Teacher Aide
Edna Noble - Teacher Aide
Gladys Starlin - Elementary Art
Joanne Hill Bonnie Ashbrook
Speech Therapist Teacher Aide
Edison Elementary Staff
Linda Gray Edison Elementary Principal Tim Scherer, who also
Edison Elementary Secretary coaches gymnastics, watches members of the varsity team
V give a demonstration at a P.T.O. meeting. After the dem-
onstration, six graders under the direction of Mr. Scherer
put on a gymnastics program.
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Cindy Armstrong - Elementary Music
Marilyn Dix - Librarian
Patricia Tracey - LDIBD
Susan Pollard - Teacher Aide
Jim Anderson Della Earley
Instrumental Music Reading Specialist
Mr. Edmund Fidler
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The first special activity for sixth graders this year was
environmental camp during the first week of October.
Outdoor class sessions were held in forest and stream study,
wildlife, field math, Indians, and pioneer life. Discovery
groups participated in sports and cheerleading, outdoor art,
explored an old cemetery, baked bread, dipped candles, and
danced the Virginia Reel, Classroom elections, social studies
projects, reading extension activities, and the celebration of
events such as the 50th birthday of Mickey Mouse filled the
school year. Friday afternoons during April and May were
devoted to mini-courses. Activities included stamp
collecting, quick snacks, horsemanship, first aid, jogging,
softball, bowling, and nature hikes.
Anna Gray and Mike Bush watch Earlene Linder check the
progress of pancakes over the fire.
Ed Fidler shows students plaster casts of wild animal tracks
found in the woods.
Ed Kimmey demonstrates how to seine marine life in the
stream at camp.
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David Griffey, Mike Walters, and Dennis Geyer campaign for
the position of treasurer.
Pam Bedwell, Anna Gray, Tammy Redmon, Connie Wigton,
and Lisa Crawford watch as Mrs. Chipman prepares a banana
boat for roasting.
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practice correct horsemanship.
Students learn basic disco steps in mini-courses.
John Harbaugh, Chuck Barton, Eric Van Schoyck, and
Dennis Levings listen as postal employee John Stevens
explains how sheets of stamps are printed.
In the emergency squad vehicle, Troy Hill and Maria Leary
use a stethoscope.
Tom Gompf, Susan Hughes, Debbie McAvoy, and Andy
Russo made models of medieval castles as social studies
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standing long jump.
Cherry Street students under the direction of Mrs. Karen
Hehrer presented a Thanksgiving program. Third graders in
Mrs. Reutter's class prepare for the program. FRONT ROW:
Luke Taylor, Lori Persinger, Angela McMillin, Tonya
Heacock, Angie Moore. ROW 2: April Anthony, Calvin
Pierce, Bill Arnold. BACK ROW: Bonnie Van Sickle, Virgil
Schofield, Tadd Nicholson, Michelle Hedrick.
Mrs. Jack Jones shows Missy Hines and Audrey Troyer how to
make beaded tree ornaments.
A nativity scene was part of Mrs. Craner's first grade
Christmas program. Students participating were lFRONTJ
Three Wisemen - Kenny Hollingsworth, Jeff Moss, Jonathan
Hoppe. IBACK ROW? Joseph - Norman Wilcox, Angel -
April Van Romer, Mary - Brandy Keene, and narrator -
Mrs. Brucker's second graders participated in the Christmas
program. KNEELING: Denny Miller. ROW 2: Debra Morrison,
Susie Sharp, Kerry Martinez, Tony Detwiler. BACK ROW:
David Hatfield, Bret Shoewalter, Ryan Cardwell, Jeremy
Ben Graham, Colette Colcott, Cathy Burns, Mike Sipe, and
Tina Mann dance around a tree in a Christmas skit.
Cherry Street students display their Christmas crafts.
Pictured are CFRONTD David Burns, Randy Snyder, Amy
McCreary, CBACK ROWJ Greta Loren, Jon Higgins, Paula
Belbot, and Jim Harmon.
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Mrs. Nancy Maslar
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Mrs. Jane Rathburn
Mrs. Doris Baird
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Mrs. Dolores Reutter
Bonnie Van Sickle
Mrs. Joyce Giauque
Mary Jo Anthony
Mrs. Jane Brucker
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Mrs. Roberta Sample
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1979, being the closing year of the decade of the 70's, has
been a year filled with many school memories here at Mt.
Gilead. We hope the 80's will hold many pleasant memories
for the students following us in the future.
We feel it is quite fitting to be reminded of the meaning
of the name of our yearbook. "And Mizpah: for he said,
'The Lord watch between me and thee, when we are absent
one from another."'
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