Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1982
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1982 volume:
Mount Gilead High School
Mount Gilead, Ohio
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Board Of Ed
MOUNT GILEAD BOARD OF EDUCATION: Seated: Richard
Rosemary Brown - Member. Standing: Robert Willeke
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members of the operating levy co
election on September 22th.
Myers - President, Beverly Taylor - Member,
Donald Bachelder - Vice President.
5.20 mill operating levy was a booth at the Morrow
Mrs. Richard T. Myers take a turn at tending the
mative meetings, coffee klatches, and the work of
mittee, the levy received voter approval at a special
School Administrative Staff
DR. ROBERT WHITMAN - SUPERINTENDENT OF PEARL IRWIN - TREASURER OF THE BOARD OF
MAXINE ASHBROOK GRACE SHAFFER
SECRETARY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT ASSISTANT SECRETARY TO THE
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High School Principal Joe Griffith
Mrs. Donna Shirk works in the high school office in the
afternoon and maintains attendance records. She confers with
Mrs. Roxanna Fry who is the high school bookkeeper. Mrs.
Fry works in the superintendant's office in the afternoon.
Jeff Die hl
is high school attendance officer and also teaches
Miss Helen Zeigler is secretary to the high school principal.
Guidance counselor Larry Furniss works with students in the
testing programs and in college selection.
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Athletic director Ron Thill is responsible for the scheduling
and coordinating the many athletic events in the school sys-
tem. Mr. Thill also teaches biology.
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Guidance counselor is Mount Gilead's coordinator for the Tri-
Rivers' program. Mrs. Meyer also advises freshmen and junior
Speech and hearing specialist Joanne Hill works with high
school students two days a week.
SCHOLARSHIP TEAM: Front Row: Amy Fleming, Krista Fix, Deana Maddy, Roni Rosenberger, Lori Landon. Row 2: Jeff
Miley, Becky Gattshall, Corinna Harritos, Janet Randolph, Robin Nesbitt, Wanda Ridenour. Row 3: Frank Machesky, Mindy
McChesney, Michele Palmer, Valorie McAvoy, Brenda Maddy, Carol Shaffer, Linda Wright. Row 4: J oakim Lundstrom, Rick
Moss, Steve Richardson, Eric Bush, Monty LaRue, Suzanne Campbell, Rene Todd, Chris Hart. Back Row: Ron Morr, Joe
Maslar, Joel Higgins, Jim Shaffer.
OFFICE AIDES: Front Row: Kathy Chilcote, Angie Bush, Julie Griffith. Back Row: Teresa Casto,
Lynn Wise, Gina Fuller, Lori Thomas, Brenda McChesney.
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In Driver's Education class Joakim
Lundstrom practices changing a tire.
A foreign exchange student from
Norrkoping, Sweden, Joakim attend-
ed Mount Gilead High School for the
entire 1981-82 school year. While at
Mount Gilead, he spent the year liv-
ing with the John Brinkerhoff family.
Joakim was active in IAC, the theater
productions, and sports.
In the play "Plaza Suite", the Bellhop
fJoakim Lundstromj returns too late
with the champagne - Sam, Karen
Nash's husband, has already left to
meet his secretary.
57 Mt. Gilead Students Attend Tri-Rivers
Penny Britt fStandingJ and Pat Daugherty are enrolled in the
stenographic secretarial course.
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Roger Waller is studying the field of Data Accounting.
Jill Nesbitt's course of study prepares her for work in the field
of Food Services.
Approximately sixty Mount Gilead High School ju-
niors and seniors attended Tri-Rivers Joint Vocational
School during the 1982-82 year. Tri-Rivers offers 23
courses of study in the field of vocational education to
In Diversified Health Occupations, Mary Mullennix checks
an instrument sterilizer.
Laura Booth works with children in the Child Care program.
Mike Roush is taking courses in the drafting profession.
Three Groups Take Spring Study Tours
During April three groups from Mount Gilead High
School took extended field trips. Theater students went
New York City, Spanish students went to Spain, and
French students traveled to French Canada. The week
before Easter a group of theater students traveled to
New York City with a group of students from Cincin-
nati. The group flew from Columbus International and
were treated to a panoramic view of New York City as
they landed at La Guardia Airport. Among the theater
productions the group attended were "Sophisticated
Lady", "Dream Girls", and "Mass Appeal". Other ac-
tivities were a tour of Greenwich Village and shopping
on Fifth Avenue.
On April 9th a group of 14 Spanish students and
advisors left Columbus International Airport for a 9
day tour of Spain. While in Spain the group visited El
Prado Museum which houses the exhibit of works of the
Spanish painter El Greco, El Escorial Monastery, and
the Valley of the Fallen which is a national monument
dedicated to the dead of the Spanish Civil War. In the
city of Toledo, which has been a center of sword making
for a thousand years, students toured a sword making
factory. The girls of the group enjoyed their visits to
Retiro Park in Madrid which famous for its sun tans.
One of the most unforgetable events of the trip was
Melissa Maslar is determined to
find her tooth brush on the train
Suzanne Campbell prepares to
snap a picture aboard the metro.
Robin Nesbitt and Cindy Curl
watch the crowds from one of
the 500 stores in the St. Foy
Travel weary Robin Nesbitt
awaits the bus to take her back
to the Quebec train station.
the opening night of the bullfighting season.
oing-away dinner the group was serenaded by
the Spa ish musical group "La Tuna".
French Club's trip to Canada began on Monday
morning after Easter. Fourteen students and advisors
traveled by school bus to Windsor, Ontario. From
Windsor the group traveled on VIA Rail Canada and
rin Montreal on Monday evening. Tuesday
was spent visiting the underground shopping
in downtown Montreal. In the afternoon stu-
k a Gray Line Tour which featured stops at
me Cathedral, the Olympic Center, the Mon-
nical Gardens, and St. Joseph's Oratory. On
ay morning the group left Montreal for Que-
. Among the activities in Quebec, students vis-
old-walled part of the city, went to St. Foy
shopping mall, ate fresh-baked bread at the outdoor
ovens, visited a wood carver's shop, and toured the
l of St. Anne de Beaupre. The Highlight of the
riany of the group came on their last evening in
City. The club ate at the L'Astral, a revolving
restaurTt, located on the twenty-seventh floor of the
e Concorde Hotel. Both the view of the city
food were magnificient.
Campbell, Linda Wright, Melissa Maslar. Row 2: Colleen
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Robin Nlesbitt, Michelle Bush. Top Row: Mr. Donald Fry, Mrs
Phylis Miller, Cindy Curl, Jenny Wertz.
CLUB TOUR GROUP: Bottom Row: Suzanne
Four Mt. Gilead Teams Are M.O.C. Champs
During the 1981-82 school year, four Mount Gilead
athletic teams won Mid-Ohio Conference champion-
ships. The cross country team took the first champion-
ship in the fall of 1981. The Mount Gilead boys' and
girls' track teams and the baseball team dominated the
MOC spring sports' schedule. The boys' track team
went undefeated during the regular season and the
baseball team dropped only one conference game. Each
of these championships was won by total team effort
and indicates the depth of strength the Indians have in
Jon Collins leads in the 110 meter high hurdles as he takes
first place in the MOC.
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In the mile run finals in the state meet, Dan Campbell runs a
fine race and places ninth in the state.
Renee Corral hands off to Natalie Maceyko as the Indian girls
two-mile relay team places first in the MOC.
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Paul Sheets goes up to clear the bar at 12
feet. mile relay.
Rick Van Houten delivers his pitch. Rick's 8-1 pitching record
helped the Indians win the MOC crown.
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After defeating Fredericktown the Indians are number 1.
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Jim Curts makes his throw of the discus
at the MOC meet.
Jerry Ashbrook and Artie Miller celebrate in the dugout after
Mike Curtis' three-run homer wrapped up the MOC.
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Indians broke the game open by scoring seven runs.
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Cherry Street Elementary Staff
Cherry Street Principal Patrick Giar
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Speech and hearing specialist Joanne Hill checks a student's
Cherry Street Secretary Bonny Galleher
Art teacher April McFall talks to parents at the elementary
Edison School Principal Stephanie Roarty
Linda Gray is the Edison School secretary.
Somedays Miss Roarty encounters some unusual problems.
Miki Kirk helps librarian Marilyn Dix make the year-end
chec of the book card files.
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Custodian Earl Smith mows grass on the playground.
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EDISON MORNING KINDERGAR-
TEN: Front Row: Charlie Sterling,
Eric Powell, Annette Grimm, Angie
Ryan, Nicole Shinaberry, Quenton
Edwards, Andy Sherbourne, Brian
Cordle. Row 2: Dinah Hoffman,
Georgann Brey, Bobbi Findling, Billy
Reinbeau, Emily Wasserman, Nathan
Hartpence, Aaron Bush, Brent Rush.
Back Row: Miss Helen Farrington,
Edward Finchman, Corri West, Re-
becca Jackson, Jennifer Gordan,
Adam Castner, Peter Wasserman, Ca-
sey Roy, A.J. Ward, Mike Gersamof.
EDISON AFTERNOON KINDER-
GARTEN: Front Row: Charlie Blan-
ton, Amanda Bradley, Carrie Bogg,
Rockie Downer, Bobby DeBoard,
Mike Thompson, Rebecca Larkin,
Tracy Barnett. Row 2: Erica Gallo-
way, Aaron Haycook, J. Clover, Jera-
lyn Votaw, David Stahl, Jon Tschudi,
Ebben Sample, Shawn Shipman.
Back Row: Mandy Eckard, Jake
Frost, Courtney Stayner, Jerry Kor-
ody, Angie Lyons, Lisa Starr, Laura
Saylor, Brandon McClelland, Dwayne
Broughton, Miss Helen Farrington.
PRIMARY CENTER MORNING
KINDERGARTEN: Front Row:
Sean Williams, Lindy Fitzgerald, Tra-
cy Miller, Roxeanne Wagoner, Bobby
Manning, Michelle Hobson, Adam
Staley, Nathan Richardson, Todd
Christner. Row 2: Clayton Hershner,
Ryan Snyder, Ben Clark, Jason Rog-
ers, Mandy Kehrwecker, Shannon
Grabiel, Sherri Jackson, Jason Jen-
nings, Amy Lindsay. Back Row:
Shawn Bates, Bryan Guy, Glenn
West, Sherri Congrove, Jon Sloan,
Bryan Vanderkooi, Ann Marie Fra-
zier, Gerry Persinger. Absent: Will
Koeppen, Mrs. Karen Galleher.
PRIMARY CENTER AFTERNOON
KINDERGARTEN: Front Row:
Chanda Martin, Anthony Gruber, Mi-
chael Martinez, Nathan Wilt. Row 2:
Robbie Thomas, Ricky Welch, Hallie
Wagner, David Starkey, Jamie Lagos,
Michael Friend, Dwight Courtwright.
Row 3: Jill Richards, Gary Dowalter,
Amie Clements, Gary Staley, Lyna
Plummer, Angie Baker, Angie Groves.
Back Row: Karen Overmoyer, Jeff
Bryan, Jamie Thomas, Michael Lu-
faso, Audrey Waterhouse, Julie Wil-
kins, Shawn McClelland. Absent:
Jean Kincaid, Mrs. Karen Galleher.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Bron-
son Wagoner, John Burgandine,
Brandy Wren, Mandy Riggs, Kerrie
Van Sickle, Tina Dowalter, Shannon
Campbell. Row 2: Shane Smith,
Andy Davis, Robin Sudhadia, Toni
Mann, Nikki Robinson, JoAnn Ste-
vens, Mandy Smith, Shelly Higgins.
Back Row: Kay Hines - Teacher
Aide, Bridgett Webb, Robert Frost,
Nichole Landon, Christy Roush, John
Keith, Bobbi Jo Wilson, Jolene
Powell, Mrs. Ruth Logan.
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Ebben Sample, Jerry Korody, and Brent Rush play games at Mike Lu
the Edison kindergarten picnic at the State Lakes. Rose Mc
Faso, Audrey Waterhouse, and Jamie Lagos watch Aid
ore place glitter raindrops on April calendars.
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FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Scott
Bunker, Malena Greer, Dominic De-
polo, Jessica Raber, Leslie Snyder,
Casey Thomas, Suzy Blanton, Justin
Jason. Row 2: Jenny Chase, Tommy
Steinhelfer, Jennifer Zerman, Joshua
Hershey, Tony Mathews, Jodi Bilger,
Kristy Dye. Back Row: Mrs. Ruby
Jackson, Brandy Hollingsworth,
Shane Clark, Billy Starkey, Stacy
Welch, Bobby Congrove, Stephanie
Bartley, Larry Mason.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Jeremy
Keith, Melanie Stockdale, Aaron
Wright, Brandy Griffith, Corie Evans,
Jeremie West, Candy Graham, Robert
Rutter. Row 2: Buddy Rose, Lori
Normant, Jennifer Crawford, Jeremy
King, Tsawya Van Romer, Robby
Tomlin, Jenny Batcheller. Row 3:
Damron Bradley, Jodee Seckel, Kipp
Friend, Michelle Quinn, Jason Ship-
man, Tiffany Waldie, Shawn Barrick,
Wayne Belden. Back Row: Mrs.
Anna Mary Cronenwett.
Kindergarteners Nathan Richardson, Shawn Bates, Adam L-R: Wayne Belden, Melanie Stockdale, and Jeremy King Cut
Staley, Sean Williams, Bryan GUY, and Shafm0I1 Grabiel out frames for colored stain-glass type windows.
work on art projects for Mother's Day.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Tanya
Robinson, Donald Fissell, Nicky
McHugh, Larissa Rowe, Matthew
Denman, Paula Schimmoeller. Row
2: Christopher Conant, Shamon
Harper, Andrew Baughman, Billy
Howell, Jody McLain, Michelle Shin-
aberry. Back Row: Mrs. Mary
Craner, Bruce Shockley, Robert Ken-
ney, Shannon Ross, Kara Galloway,
Daniel Hord, Andie Lanum.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Misty
Orcena, Tracy Shaffer, Jennifer
Dodds, Trent Kincade, Abby Haag,
Buddy Powell, Wade Cochran, Jason
Gheen. Row 2: Linda Finchman, An-
gie Loffer, Jeremy Gordon, Heather
Morton, Rachel Crawford, Freddy
Baldwin, Sean Snyder, April Boggs.
Back Row: Mrs. Nancy Maslar, Jer-
emy Stafford, Jeremy Bailey, Jason
Hanes, Matt Owens, Clint Saylor, Na-
than Sayers, Shawn Sexton, Mrs. Jan
Cox - Teacher Aide.
Jodee Seckel holds the hat as Lori Normant pulls out a name
SECOND GRADE: Front Row:
Shane Reynolds, Robert Grimm, Luke
Hill, Jennifer Buchanan, Jackie Feus-
tel, Adam Rensch, Shane Young, Ste-
phen Pyles, Ryan Miller, Dwight Wi-
ley. Row 2: Heidi Sprague, Dawn
Marshman, Detra Parks, Brian Lever-
ing, Nikki Black, Mae Larkin, Desony
Riggs, Sheila Howard, Scott Barler.
Back Row: Kerry Toot, Michelle
Van Sickle, Amy Falk, Tracy Korody,
Aaron Casto, Bob Bachelder, Bryan
Damron, Damon Durre, Mrs. Doris
Baird. Absent: Bobbie Jo Downer.
SECOND GRADE: Front Row:
Jason Scott, Angie Turner, Jeff Mur-
ray, Heather Bensley, Robbie James,
Pan Powers, Patty Cordle, Stephanie
Fletcher. Row 2: Mrs. Roberta Sam-
ple, Nikki Findling, Steve Pfeifer,
Scott Ransbottom, Jason Fletcher,
Nathan Williams, Amy Casto, Shanna
Stansbery, Jessie Reeder. Back Row:
Angela Weir, Mike Neal, Jeni Mur-
phy, Billy Greenawalt, Carl Harruff,
P. T. Hedrick, Michelle Bartman,
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Displays and animals are very interesting to Cherry Street Students play with the Earth Ball sponsored by the Mor-
Elementary students on Ag Day row county Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
SECOND GRADE: Front Row:
Mike Fricke, Larry Persinger, Bobby
McHugh, Jeremy Batchelder, Heidi
Cover, Jason Dowalter, Ronnie Ness.
Row 2: Tony Hupfer, Steve Rogers,
Barbara Rutter, Jeremy Beaty, Jenny
Sheets, Carmen Mills, Lisa Clark,
Cathy Casto. Back Row: Shawn
Dowalter, Mark Bennett, Chad Wil-
liams, Shawn Kehrwecker, Teddy
Betz, Keith Brown, Dalena Craven,
Kelly Stahl, Mrs. Lisa Place.
SECOND GRADE: Front Row: Ke-
vin Overmoyer, Joel Freese, Kevin
Cook, Shane McKinniss, Jeremy Os-
borne, Thirza Chard, Brian Moss,
Missy Geyer, Myron Clark. Row 2:
Ann Martin, Nicky Simpson, Brooke
Fuller, Autumn Naysmith, Mindi
McAvoy, Jennifer Gress, Renee Ste-
vens, Andy Cotton, Jeff Ogle. Back
Row: Kevin Farrington, Mike Hol-
lingsworth, Brenda Greer, Scott
Goldy, Kristi Graham, Delisa Garris,
Craig Edgell, Steve Hack, Dewayne
West, Mrs. Jane Brucker.
Mrs. Brucker's class presents a play adapted from their read-
ing book entitled "Anyone Could, - But" on the outdoor stage
at the State Lakes.
During the school year Mrs. Brucker's second graders wrote
s to pen-pals in Mrs. Graham's second at Highland West
1. On May 22nd the two classes held a picnic at the State
Lakeii: with Mrs. Place's class as their guests. Second graders
nch before playing games, group singing, and other ac-
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THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Jer-
emy Landon, Shane Schaffer, Tom
Smith, Ray Mullen, Bobby Courtw-
right, Paul Bidwell, Mike McAvoy,
Brian Farley. Row 2: Jeri Taylor,
Lisa Scott, Debbie Kirk, Amy Eckard,
Willie Prichard, Trina Stump, Jason
Webb. Back Row: Heidi Weaver,
Angie Celli, April Van Romer, Wendi
Garverick, Alison Quinn, Jeremy
Chubb, Todd Burkhalter, Mrs. Dolo-
THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Tyson
Woomer, Mike McCreary, Doug Jack-
son, Holly Hart, Jenni Adams, Kelly
Beall, Mark Nuce. Row 2: Tracy Du-
sek, Suzanne Decker, Amy Wilson,
Mandy George, Eric Haycook, Ray
Van Horn, Marilynn Clark. Back
Row: Mrs. Joyce Giauque, Lizzy
Baughman, Julie Kenney, Chris Ogle,
Jason Brooke, Bill Baldwin, Chris
Rogers. Absent: Amy Smith.
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A ferret owned by Harold Lyon visited Miss Eckstein's third
grade. Heather Owen, Becky Lyon, and Troy Kincade pose
with the white-haired and pink-eyed animal.
L8I'iSSa Skinner and Bobby Hurtt make paper flower bou- Miss Eciclstein has a slight lead over Mr Dettra ln the tractor
quets in art.
THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Spen-
cer Bennett, Scott Trimmer, Jackie
Lewis, Becky Lyon, Tonya Moore,
Pam Frazier, Michelle Graham,
Rhonda Mynhier. Row 2: Arthur
Pennington, Adam Hughes, Troy Kin-
cade, Bobby Snyder, Shelly Little,
Cheryl Lambert, Vickie Bellis, Larissa
Skinner, Heather Owens. Back Row:
Jenny Hill, Shannon Thompson, Bob-
by Hurtt, Travis Wright, Carrie Cole,
Niki Streib, Julie Scott, Miss Penny
THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Lloyd
Page, Todd McQuistion, Jeremy Ship-
man, Blaine Yeagley, Brian Perry,
Dee Dee Fissell, Brandie Salisbury,
Melissa Ohler. Row 2: Crystal
McCurdy, Kim Hollingsworth,
Jeanne Dowell, Ray Castner, Mike
Beck, Jon Mermann, Jenny Higgins,
Matt Peterson, Angie Smith, Dawn
Shade. Row 3: Chris Congrove, Rob-
ert Williams, John Powell, Tony
Moore, Robbie Miller. Back Row:
Mrs. Jane Rathburn.
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race at dison's Ag. Day.
Fourth graders in the mixed shuttle relay on field day are off
at the sound of the gun.
Teachers aide Donna Walter has little trouble leading a goat
in teacher's race competition on Ag. Day.
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FOURTH GRADE: Front Row: Teri
Morton, Kim Reinbeau, Cindy Toot,
Susan Burden, Gary Waugh, Mike
Smith, Gary Martin, Shelly Mynhier.
Row 2: Brandy Keen, Nanette Craw-
ford, Chris Parker, Travis Kidwell,
Jeff Ryan, Mindy Staley, Dwayne
Miller, Teddy Mann, Abbey Francis.
Back Row: Mrs. Bonnie Levering,
Nathan Snell, Connie Greenawalt,
Bobby Littell, Matt Miller, Clay
Brady, Rick Ogden, Shane Bennett,
Tony Williamson. Absent: Christy
Burkeen, Candi Findling.
FOURTH GRADE: Front Row:
Denise Clements, Melissa Beuerlein,
Brian Bulkowski, Jim Reed, Michelle
Plogher, Sheldon Campbell, Jeff
Moss, Chandra Shortridge, Kathy
Denman. Row 2: Travis Rupp, Greg
Goers, Scott Claffey, Lonnie Levisay,
Ronnie Jackson, Eddy Stoner, Scott
Huffman, Susan Taylor, Randy Os-
borne, Michele Cochran. Back Row:
Tim Beltz, Mitch Walker, Sean Lu-
zader, Chris Young, Steve Bryan, Jac-
quie Raber, Tammy Bachelder,
Dionne Noble, Stephanie Graham.
Absent: Mrs. Renee Petry.
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than Staley, Shanna Richards, Jenny
Tschudi, Sandy Shockley, Kristin
Bulkowski, Scott White, Shelly
Thomas, Pam Staley, Jon Hoppe,
Cristine Wilson, David Pakka. Row
2: Jon Edwards, Dane Strait, Brian
Monk, Thad Ullom, Sharla Sharrock,
Patty Kline, Kenny Levisay, Monica
Graham, Jeff Batcheller, Becky
Marshman. Back Row: Mrs. Pat
Rinehart, Kevin Hawkins, J. D. Junk,
Tom Kalb, Joel Halfhill, Scott Cook,
Teresa Gould, Michael Kimmey,
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chelle Riley, Travis Redmond, Angie rs
Davis, Robert Walker, Kari Fisher,
Dennis Siegfried, Paul Mills, Mark
Rowe, Cindy Snider, Aaron Crawford,
Nancy Wilkins. Row 2: Shanna
March, David Simpson, Mona Spra-
gue, Chris Martin, Jennifer Furniss,
Corey Koeppen, Jeff Baisden, Derek
Jackson, Roy Keckler, Kim Staiger.
Back Row: Mrs. Cathy Burson, Tan-
ya Sudbrook, Norman Wilcox, Lory
Compton, Ann Blair, Carl Craven,
Amy Vanderkooi, Laura Levings,
Tom Hack, Shelley Carte. Absent: Ro-
byn Ruhl, Jenny Turner.
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Aaron Crawford shows some of his work to his parents at the
elementary art show.
Kim Staiger, Derek Jackson, Kari Fisher, and
pose with their class' hallway bulletin board
Joe Wright and Bruce Levings watch as reading teacher, Mr.
Place, prepares an old radio for classroom use.
FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Tonya
Collins, Kraig Shipman, Annette
Celli, Jimmy Shortridge, Jeff Bunker,
Tony DePolo, Lonnie Scott, Craig
Staley, Robin Peterson, Lisa Redmon,
Tisha McLoughlin. Row 2: Becky
Evans, Bronwyn Naysmith, Colleen
Welty, Colette Colcott, Tammy
Moore, Heather Wilson, Steve Under-
wood, Jerry Miley, Nathan Hull,
Dawn Wiseman, Stacy Beck, Melissa
Moore. Back Row: Mrs. Barbara
Fricke, Rob Bishop, David Hatfield,
Candy Waits, Melanie Spearman,
Ruby Prichard, Jill Seckel, Shonda
Eastridge, Steve Fuller, Robin Keene.
FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Tom
Conkle, Todd Snyder, Sabrina Brad-
ley, Alicia Powers, Yvonne Black,
Chris Grimm, Brian Stotts, Mike
Green, Eric Roush, Jason Martin.
Row 2: Jason Wilson, Gayle Jen-
nings, Tammy Reynolds, Cherie
Hawk, John Saylor, Jeff Elliott, Jim
Brey, Brian Hoffman, Shawn Han-
kins, Matt Matney. Back Row: Mrs.
Gladys Starlin, Tracey Sherman, Ka-
lene Robinson, Dennis Busse, Angie
Trimmer, Chanda Pfeifer, Faith
Casto, Frankie Reymer.
Craig Staley gets instructions before milking a goat during
Agricultural Day activities.
FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Scott
Brocklesby, Shane Peters, Tracey
Mess, Stephanie Wolfhope, Teresa
McKinney, Dawn Walker, Lesa Jack-
son, Lori Kehrwekcer, Reece Martin.
Row 2: Renie Celli, Troy Miller, Na-
than Cotton, Maryann Page, Melissa
Perry, Susan Shepard, Rachel Lind-
say, Tim Frost, Denny Miller,
Dewayne Carte. Back Row: Jerry
Murray, Teresa Heacock, Adam Kalb,
Cathy Burns, Kristi Peterson, Jason
Raber, Tony Detwiler, Travis Benson,
Ryan Cardwell, Mrs. Rhonda Dettra.
FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: John
Trout, Bruce Levings, Harvey
Keenan, Joe Wright, Scott Stephen-
son, Tony Belden, Susie Sharp, Kerry
Martinez, Brian Johnson. Row 2:
Lynn Denman, Diana Christner, Tyna
Mann, Bret Shoewalter, Malinda
Chalfant, John Blanton, Denise
Downer, Sandra Welch, David Fitz-
gerald, Ben Graham, John Stevens.
Back row: Kristen Maher, Stacey
Mattix, Wendi Clements, Peggy
Fleming, Joe Edwards, John Christ-
man, Cheri Reed, Kim Stoner, Tina
McFarland, Lisa West, Mr. Jerry
Kristen Maher and Stacey Mattix decorate egg cartons in art
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Bennett, Stefanie Wolfhope, and Cathy Burns play a
game which they have made.
Sixth Graders Have An Exciting Year
Bill McLoughlin and Eric Walters use compasses to follow the
Orienteering Course at camp.
unteer Karen Edwards instructs a mini-course in French.
Jones gets ready to roll a strike in the bowling mini-
The 1981-82 school year for sixth graders included
several exciting activities. Soon after school began, they
attended Environmental Education Camp for three
days at the Lutheran Memorial Camp near Fulton. On
December 9th they traveled to Columbus to see a stage
presentation of "A Christmas Carol" at the beautiful
Ohio Theater. Mini-Courses held on four Friday after-
noons in April and May gave students a chance to learn
new crafts, sports, or skills. The final event of the year
was a swimming party on May 28th
Sean Dusek demonstrates how to cross an imaginary river
on the Camp Challenge Course.
Eric Walters shows his diving skill at the sixth grade swim-
Keith Shipman and Lisa Tackett designed the winning T-
shirts in a contest sponsored by Edison librarian Marilyn Dix
during "Right-to-Read" week.
Merrily Jackson, Bill Arnold, and Angie Moore display their
projects during Mrs. Miller's class study of the Middle Ages.
ABOVE: Roni Chubb and Kathy Greenawalt win in a close finish in t e
girls' three-legged race on field day.
FIGHT: Art teacher April McFall directs Angie Trimmer in trimming h
Christmas tree at the Peoples Bank. Alisha Ault hands decorations to
SIXTH GRADE: Front Row: Patti
Carr, Kevin Patrick, Alena Miller,
Jeff Kilgour, Jeff Harbaugh, Teri
Hurtt, Shelly Courtright, Eric Wal-
ters. Row 2: Lena Meadows, Tina
Persinger, Sandy Sears, Kevin Lam-
bert, Eric Hughes, Pam Reed, Tressa
Kincade, Meegan Levering, Allen
Wigton. Back Row: Anthony Bush,
Thad Fidler, Kelley Cook, Jodi Ro-
senburger, Barbara Hollingsworth,
Bob Whitman, Brian Brinkerhoff,
Bob Nelson, Bill McLoughlin, Mrs.
SIXTH GRADE: Front Row: Debbie
James, Gail Burkeen, Lori Persinger,
Amy Ramborger, Patty Baughman,
Jeanie Jason, April Anthony, Melanie
Marshman, Tonya Heacock, Debbie
DeBoard. Row 2: Bob Belcher, Keith
Shipman, Pat Beall, Steve Burden,
George Levisay, Mark Crawford,
Craig Matney. Back Row: Kris
Counts, Bonnie Van Sickle, Wendy
Richards, Amy Holback, Nikki Wag-
ner, Travis Schindley, Dean Zwayer,
Jeff Levings, Mike Kirk, Mr. Edmund
Fidler. Absent: Rene Thomas.
SIXTH GRADE: Front Row: David
Compton, Mike Welty, Bobby Ruhl,
Eric Squires, Bill Arnold, Jason Falk,
Larry Skinner, Todd Scott, Tadd
Nicholson, Shannon Lemley. Row 2:
Tina Bunker, Merrily Jackson, Anna
Stanley, Robin Sudbrook, Janelle
Levings Anna Hamilton, Kelly Ca-
meron, Michelle Hedrick, Carmen
Roush, Mary Jo Anthony. Back row:
Lori Graham, Mrs. Phylis Miller,
James Massey, Keith Smith, Adri-
enne Palmer, Lisa Tackett, Ken Col-
lins, Angie Moore, Alicia Ault.
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to students on the pros and cons of various occupations. Wil-
liam Edwards and LaDonna Stevens listen to David Cook talk
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Above: Jeff Hayes and Brian Hershey work on a home design
project in shop.
Right: Randy Chilcote practices sweat-soldering of copper
pipe in shop.
High Student Council baked and gave each stu-
of cookies before Christmas vacation. Jeanette
Wiseman, and Becky Smith bag cookies.
i and Derek Yeagley work problems on finding
The Junior High Drama Club presented the play 'KGoodbye, Chicken Little." The play was written by the cast and was based
on the book by Betsy Byars. Cast members at Uncle Cici's birthday party are Heather Young, Jeanette Bates, Paula Belbot,
Shelly Machesky, Jim Gress, Debbie Burgandine, Connie Davis, Janet Fout, Sherri Hall, Libby Tomlin, and Steve Hatfield.
Jimmie Dodds and Jim Gress play characters at the scene of
the accident at the riverside.
Stephanie Shepard's entry in the local science fair was on
various kinds of molds. Stephanie's project was selected to
compete in the District Science Fair at Heidelberg College
where she received a superior rating.
The 7th grade volleyball team posted
8 wins against 4 losses for the 1981
season. In tournament play the team
lost to Highland. Team members are:
Front Row: Beth Bensley, Tina
Hankins, Sherry Persinger, Amy
McCreary, Angie Furniss. Row 2: Mi-
chele Walter, Angie Baughman,
Tonya Rupp, Roxie Monk, Shelly
Reed. Back Row: Julie Mosier, Don-
na Grimm, Jill Griffith, Lisa Edwards,
Melinda Cardwell, Tricia Murphy,
The 8th grade volleyball team com-
piled a season record of 6 wins and 6
losses. The team placed second in the
Junior High tournament after losing
to Crestline. Team members are:
Front Row: Theresa Mullen, Susan
Reid, Angie Everhart, Kelli Ashbrook,
Greta Loren. Row 2: Lorena Augen-
stein, Jeanette Bates, Elizabeth Tom-
lin, Stefanie Wagner, Noel Van
Romer, Angie Levings, Brenda Mul-
lett. Back Row: Lisa Snider, Regina
James, Carla Wright, Jennifer Kim-
mey, Paula Belbot, Angela Jackson,
Victories over Crestline, North-
mor, and Cardington were the
highlights of the Junior High foot-
ball season. The team finished the
season with a 3-1-2 record.
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M: Front Row: Scott Hershner, Damon Osborne, Matt
Bartholomew, Brian Hershey, Earl grinder, Mike Peters, Rollie Thill, Andy Hershey, Darren
Shade, Rob Johnson. Row 2: Davi
Rhodebeck, Garry Honaker, Matt
Nicholson, Jamie McAvoy, Jeff H
Noble, Tom Cooper, Brian Barnett
Styer, Ted Furniss, Kirby Francis, Chris Eichler, Troy
Vanderkooi, Troy Landon, Ted Trout. Row 3: Tony
ayes, Brad Staiger, Mark White, Kevin LaRue, Denny
. Rod Brewer, Andy Hoffman. Back Row: Tom Brroke,
Mike Cook, Dick Nelson, Scott Clirts, Shawn Maiyer, Jay Postell, James Hatfield, Brent
Staley, Brian Zerman, Bruce Ram ier, Tim Hack, Jim Harman, Mike O'Neill.
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The Eighth Grad Boys' Basketball
team posted a 6-5 season record.
Members of the team are: Front
Row: Tony Nicholson, Ted Furniss,
Jeff Roush, Jeff Higgins, Jim Gress.
Back Row: Tim Hack, Dick Nelson,
Bruce Ramsier, Tim Cook, Steve Hat-
The Seventh Grade Basketball team
had an outstanding season with a 11-1
record. The team places second in
tournament action. Team members
are: Front Row: Kirby Francis, Troy
Landon, Andy Hershey, Matt Bartho-
lemew, Rod Brewer, Craig Graham,
Mark White, Chuck Hashman, Todd
Ullom. Back Row: Brad Staiger,
Brent Staley, Denny Noble, Damon
Osborne, Rollie Thill, Tom Brooke,
Tom Cooper, Coach Chris Kubbs.
Above: Seventh Grade Cheerleaders: CB-TJ Lee Ann Benton.
Shannon Kilgore, Charrise Eckard, Julie Elliott. Valerie
Left: Eighth Grade Cheerleaders: QB-TJKristin Fidler. Leana
Scott, Debbie Wiseman, Holly Hughes. Shelly Machesky.
1982 was an outstanding year for the Junior High
Track teams. The Junior High girls' team had an unde-
feated season with a 20-0 record. The boys' team fin-
ished the season with a 20-1 record. Their only loss
came in the Mount Gilead Invitational when they were
edged out by Elgin and finished in 2nd place. First
place was decided when Elgin won the mile relay, the
last event in the meet. Brian Hershey was voted the
most valuable participant by the coaches at the Invita-
tional. Brian also went undefeated for the entire season
in the 100 meters, the 200 meters, and the 440 yard
Members of the junior high boys' 440 yard relay team are
Brian Hershey, Rod Brewer, Tim Hack, and Bruce Ramsier.
ABOVE: Brian Hershey wins the 220 in a time of 24:8.
RIGHT: Jim Gress finishes the mile run at the Mount Gilead
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Paulman check the month's calendar of events.
JUNIOR HIGH STAFF: Bottom Row: Frank Paulman - Principal, Evelyn Shoults -
Secretary, Virginia Meyer - Guidance Counselor, Dorothy Bishop - Math 7 and
Algebra 8, Bob Castner - Phy. Ed. and Health. Row 2: Cathy Oyster - English 7,
Maude Griffith - Home Economics, Marcia Cooper - Phy. Ed., Rita Kimmey -
Reading, Ed Kimmey - Science 7 and Math 8. Top Row: Robert Lust - Band, Cris
King - Social Studies, Donna Bremigan - English 8, Wilford Keil - History 8 and Math
8, James Stockdale - Special Education. Missing Staff: Bruce Histed - Vocal Music,
Olen Jackson - Phy. Ed. and Health, John Oyster - Science 7 and Math 8, William
Schindley - Industrial Arts, Rosellen Taylor - Librarian.
Mrs. Evelyn Shoults is the Junior High secretary.
Myrtle Schofield is custodian and
Dave Dickerson is fireman at the Ju
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Seated: Laura
Hoppe - President, Heidi Hull - Treasurer. Stand-
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Alan Helt - President, Jim Shaffer - Vice
Mike Kreider - Treasurer.
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class Linda Wright marks off the plans for her
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ger. CRightl Molly Keenan is at the register and Mike Perry
Office girl Kathy Chilcote is all decked out for "Punk Rock
Day" during Spirit Week.
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Matthew Staley to watch the puppet show.
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is only one of many skills that students learn at
Tri-Rivers in Food Service. Nesbitt carefully ices a cake.
Concentrating on the reaction, Amy Fleming separates butyl bro- i
mide and water.
At his DECA job at Weaver's IGA, Tim Hoffmanls work involves '
bagging groceries, stocking shelves, and setting up displays of mer-
chandise. Tim is shown working in the produce department.
Hola amigos! Mrs.Debra Clauss models her sombrero for her
Spanish I class. Mrs. Clauss also teaches English.
Ms. Mary Johnson teaches several grade levels of English and
Mrs. Lylnn Hodgson teaches the high school's special educa-
Cindy Fidler plotting still another variation of the
v Dance"? She teaches several levels of English.
mes Miller and company wait on a bus in Quebec City.
iller teaches French and social studies.
Hammond, Speech, English, and Drama instruc-
Math and Algebra teacher Virgil Staley marks up homework
Mr. John Games and Brenda Holtrey observe the results of an
experiment in Chemistry II. Mr. Games also teaches Physics.
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on Hitler's rise to power.
Mr. Larry Krapp teaches the advanced math classes in the
Math teacher Chris Kubbs works with one of the high school's
Al MH Ci
One of the English classes gives American History teacher
Paul Bremigan a going away party.
Mr. Robert Hunter uses a dummy as an assistant in class. He
teaches health, physical education, and driver education.
"A-A-A space" is what Mrs. Nancy Kennedy can be hear
repeating during the first weeks of school. She teaches typing,
shorthand, and office practice classes.
Montrose awaits her next physical education class
also teaches health.
Education co-ordinator Forrest Byron checks his
leaving on his supervisory rounds.
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schedule includes bookkeeping, record keeping, and account-
Beck, vocational ag. instructor, shows his love for
as part of the FFA petting zoo for National Ag. Day.
Home Ec. teacher Miss Michelle Paolucci and Art instructor
Miss Robin Switzer work with clay during their free period.
Bill Belcher and Mr. Bill Schindley watch the flight of the
rocket they just fired. Mr. Schindley teaches metal and woods.
Choir director Bruce Histed also works with the junior high
and elementary vocal music departments.
Mr. Merrill Brucker helps Dave Reutter with an annual IAC
project of refinishing the Indians' football helmets.
Mr. Robert Lust braves the cold to direct the marching band.
He also directs the concert, junior high, and elementary
Daily totals are just one of several jobs Mrs. Ilene Stambaugh
takes care of in the Educational Media Center.
Mr. George Schiff is the Mount Gilead School maintenance
custodians are Audrey Sutherland and Earl
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iipaired and repainted athletic department s van
FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL:
Seated: Cafeteria Manager Barbara
Brown. Row 2: Vernie Richards, Vir-
ginia Shipman, Becky Higgins. Back
Row: Lois Robinson, Sara Wright,
Art Club Decorates Win
Art club members were involved in a variety of artis-
tic projects. During the year the club members were
involved in making signs for the high school rooms,
decorating windows at Woodside Village with Christ-
mas scenes, participating in an art show at Ohio State
University in Marion, and co-sponsoring the annual
Festival of Arts with IAC. Most improved art students
for the year were Teresa Rhodebeck, Gerry Zwick, Den-
ise Mullett, and Sherry Brady. Outstanding art stu-
dents were Joe Maslar, Paul Blocksom, Molly Keenan,
and Becky Gattshall.
Denise Mullett recieves one of Art Clubls scholarships. Becky
Gattshall was the other recipient.
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Tammy Casto, and Debbie Hawk present a puppet
ART CLUB: Front Row: Jodie
Benson, Becky Gattshall, Chris
Webb, Sherry Brady. Back Row:
Susie Snyder, Kelly Snyder, Vicky
Brady, Janet Corbin, Anna Maiyer,
t. Gilead Wins Outstanding Club Award
981-82 IAC officers sergeant-at-arms Glenn Hayes, president
rian Baughman, secretary Joel Higgins, and reporter David
eutter display a certificate of membership certifying Mt. Gilead
one of 25 clubs in the United States with over 50 members.
ice president Gregg Sweeney and treasurer Mike Murphy are
ttending the national convention in Norfolk, Virginia were Eric
ush, Joey Jones, Steve Richardson, Joel Higgins, Brian Baugh-
an, Gregg Sweeney, and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Brucker. Photog-
apher Brian Chipman is not pictured.
The Mount Gilead Industrial Arts Club had an excel-
lent year. During National Industrial Arts week, No-
vember 9-14, IAC observed the week by wearing name
tags, sponsoring announcements at school, and by hold-
ing a scrap drive. The main emphasis of National In-
dustrial Arts week was to focus attention on the role of
industrial arts in education today. In March at the IAC
State Convention, Mount Gilead won a total of sixteen
trophies. Winners in the Junior Division were: Monty
LaRue first place and Steve Richardson third place in
Practical Drafting, Eric Bush first place in Technical
Speaking, Monty LaRue second place in Technical
Writing, and Monty LaRue first place and Steve Rich-
ardson second place in Metric 500. Winners in the Sen-
ior Division were: Gregg Sweeney first place and Dan
Campbell second place in Technical Speaking, Joel
Higgins second place on the General Knowledge Test,
Glenn Hayes first place and Mike Fleming second place
in Metric 500. As a club IAC won first place in the
Parliamentary Procedure Contest. first place Outstand-
ing Club, third place Scrapbook, second place Club
Booth, and second place Club Sweepstakes. Brian
Baughman retired as the Ohio IAC State President and
Gregg Sweeney as State Sergeant-At-Arms. Joel Hig-
gins was elected State IAC Treasurer and Glenn Hayes
took over as State Sergeant-At-Arms. Another high-
light of the club's activities this year was the annual
trip to the National Convention which was held in
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB: Front
Row: Advisor Merrill Brucker, Joel
Higgins, Brian Baughman, Mike Mur-
phy, Glenn Hayes, David Reutter,
Gregg Sweeney. Row 2: Larry Ad-
kins, Randy Gould, Melissa Collins,
Monty LaRue, Steve Richardson, Ron
Dixon, Joey Jones, Eric Bush, Mike
Bedwell, Chris Conaway, Nathan
Harvey, Brian Chipman. Row 3:
Dennis Geyer, Quint Belcher, Cody
Eastridge, Joakim Lundstrom, Kevin
Clark, Mike Fleming, Billy Belcher,
Dickie Higgins, Randy Brewer, Randy
Baker. Back Row: Jeff Clark, Alan
Helt, Dave Ramsier, Brian Patterson,
Jeff Smith, Jeff Tschudi, Dan Camp-
bell, Scott Cox, Jon Myers, Frank
Moore, Nathan Long, Chris Irons.
DECA Is Runner-Up In District Contests
The Mount Gilead High School DECA Club has had
a very active year. Senior members of the club have
participated in co-op work programs in many local bu-
sinesses. Throughout the year DECA members prepare
for the district contests held each March. About 400
students from 18 schools participate in this contest. The
local club was runner-up this year in overall club
points. In the management and decision making con-
test, Mount Gilead's team of Mike Murphy, Greeg
Shoewalter, and Todd Patrick tood second place in the
district. DECA members placing in the individual con-
tests were: Marna Augenstein first place and Annette
Smith third place in food service, Mike Perry first place
and Richard Roach second place in petroleum, Vickie
Van Romer second place in apparel and accessories,
Dan Campbell second place and Molly Keenan fifth
place in free enterprise, Michelle Troyer second place in
job interview, Leslie Waggoner second place in math-
ematics, Myron Hartman third place in advertising,
Jon Myers third place in sales demonstration, Frank
Moore third place in public speaking, Jill Hawk fourth
place in marketing, Jim Curts fifth place in business
ownership, and Doug Lehman fifth place in general
Right: Mike Machesky, Lori Geyer, Chuck Ocker, Dan Mul-
len, and Deanna Schofield serve on a panel discussion for an
anti-shoplifting program at the junior high.
SENIOR DECA: Front Row: Kelly Tinch, Rene Carte, Mi-
chelle Troyer, Vickie Van Romer. Row 2: Leslie Waggoner,
Marna Augenstein, Marcia Graham, Annette Smith. Row 3:
Jill Hawk, Eve Miller, Jerald Votaw, Todd Patrick, Tim Hoff-
man. Back Row: John Dendinger, Rob Williamson, Marty
Sterritt, Mike Murphy, Gregg Shoewalter, Jim Curts, Brad
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year's outstanding DECA members.
DECA: Sitting: Karen Cameron, Lori Geyer, Becky
Kathy Chicote, Molly Keenan, Dan Mullen, Mike Ma-
Standing: Donna Barton, Melanie Graham, Deanna
ld, Rhonda Maddy, Dan Campbell, Frank Moore, Jon
Mike Perry, Richard Roach, Mike Curtis.
French Club Features Cultural Activities
Campbell, Rod Thill, and Jim Shaffer dig into the main
of the French dinner they helped prepare.
Angie Bush and Jenny Wertz look over the gift selections in a
wood carvers shop near Quebec City.
Most of French Club's activities are aimed at improv-
ing its memher's knowledge of French culture. This
year members of the club enjoyed the cultural exper-
ience of French cooking. In January French students
prepared a six course French meal with the help of Mrs.
Mary Van Horn. Later in the spring club members held
a crepe party featureing apple, raspberry, and chicken
crepes. During spring break club members spent the
week on a field trip to Montreal and Quebec City. Ex-
periencing French Canadian culture first hand was the
most exciting event of the year.
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Melissa Maslar tries to make a selection from the many hand-
made candies and pastries in a boutique in the Quebec Hilton
FRENCH CLUB: Standing:
Christina Graham, Diana Wilcox,
Rod Thill, Jim Shaffer, Mr. James
Miller, Dawn Schofield, Jenny
Wertz, Lori Landon. On Slide:
Dan Campbell, Colleen Thomas,
Lisa Crawford, Vicky Whitman,
Cindy Curl, Suzanne Campbell,
Melissa Maslar, Rene Todd, Angie
Bush, Robin Nesbitt, Carol
Shaffer, Linda Wright.
Spanish Club Sponsors Trip To Spain
Spanish Club's major undertaking for the 1981-82
school year was to sponsor a trip to Spain. To help
members finance the trip, the club sold pizzas, held a
chili supper before a ball game, and raffled off several
Christmas pinatas. On April ninth a group of about a
dozen club members left Columbus by plane for Spain.
Other activities of the club included putting on a pro-
gram in Spanish for elementary students.
We all survived! The group await a plane flight out of the New
SPANISH CLUB: Front Row: Mrs.
Debra Clauss, Donna White, Corinna
Harritos, Kim Blue, Lisa Varner.
Row 2: Ron Morr, Pam Bedwell, Ja-
net Corbin, Susan Hughes, Janet Ran-
dolf, Krista Fix, Amy Hunt. Row 3:
Mike Reid, Deena Maddy, Michele
Palmer, Melissa Hart, Kathy Knecht-
ly, Laura Hoppe, Richard Roach.
Back Row: Jackie Monk, Julie Grif-
fith, Gina Fuller, Joe Maslar, Mindy
McChesney, Valorie McAvoy, Brenda
Holtrey, Jim George, Bill Lyon.
celebrate Christmas like the Mexicans. Gina Fuller
breaks traditional christmas pinata.
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What a way to get to Spain! Students earn their way through
pizza ard sub sales.
FHAXHERO Spells Homemaker "Everyone"!
Molly Keenan watches as Mayor Fred Wieland signs a proclama-
tion promoting National FHAIHERO Week in Mount Gilead.
Vice president Angie Bush presents chapter parents Kenneth
and Maxine Bush and Margie and Lowell Chilcote with a rose.
FHAIHERO: Front Row: Angie Bush, Kathy Chilcote, Molly
Keenan, Nancy Whitman, Teresa Rhodeback, Lisa Crawford,
Troy Hill. Back Row: Lynn Wise, Donna White, Melissa Mas-
lar, Nancy Cressey, Jamie Wilson, Advisor Michelle Poalucci.
Busy is just one word to describe the Mount Gilead
FHAIHERO chapter. Besides participating in many
county, district, and regional rallies, the chapter initiat-
ed new members, manned Bernard St. Bernard in sup-
port of good mental health, and sponsored the Valen-
tine's Day Dance. With the help of Kuntry Knits, the
chapter held a style show which featured clothing made
by chapter members. Other club activities included
serving the athletic and FFA banquets, having a rock-a-
thon to benefit Children's Hospital, and attending the
state convention. In recognition of National FHA-
XHERO Week the chapter baked cakes for the faculty
and administration, went to Whetstone School and
helped work on their Winter Carnival, fixed breakfast
for the high school staff, sold secret messages, and raf-
fled off Valentine's candy. At the year-end recognition
banquet members were recognized for degree achieve-
ment and outstanding work. New officers were installed
and chapter parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bush and
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Chilcote, were presented with
certificates and flowers. Brenda Chilcote was intro-
duced as the 1981-82 Honorary Member. At the state
convention the chapter received the Award of Merit for
its outstanding year's work.
Advisor Miss Michelle Paolucci presents Kathy Chilcote and
Molly Keenan with the co-outstanding member award.
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award from Miss Paolucci at the annual banquet.
STUDENT COUNCIL: Front Row:
Sharon Shoaf, Brenda McChesney,
Patty Wilson, Rene Todd, Roni Ro-
senberger. Row 2: Mr. Jeff Diehl -
Advisor, Jerald Votaw, Pat McCauley,
Kathy Chilcote, Teri Brake, Donna
White, Sam Brey. Back Row: Jeff
Tschudi, Tracey Elliott, Lori Thomas,
CANDYSTRIPERS: Seated: Carol
Shaffer, Shelley Trainer, Melissa
Tomlin, Karen Cameron, Michelle
Roush. Standing: Sue Willeke, Torri
Braden, Teresa Casto, Laura Trainer,
Crystal Lawrence, Tammy Stacy.
THESPIANS: Seated: Lynnette
Bush, Amy Fleming, Dawn Schofield,
Linda Wright, Laura Dible. Stand-
ing: Mr. David Hammond - Advisor,
Michelle Palmer, Donna White, Da-
vid Johnson, Joe Maslar, Joakim
Lundstrom, Brian Chipman, David
Reutter, Paul Kemp, Suzanne Camp-
bell, Rene Todd.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY:
Front Row: Teresa Casto, Kevin
Clark, Patty Wilson, Gina Fuller.
Row 2: Sue Willeke, Tammy Benton,
Brenda McChesney, Nathan Harvey.
Row 3: Amy Fleming, Brenda Co-
nant, Tammy Van Horn, Lynn Wise,
Becky Gattshall, Jeff Higgins. Row 4:
Jenny Wertz, Torri Braden, Corinna
Harritos, Angie Bush, Carol Shaffer,
Rene Todd. Back Row: Jim Maslar,
Brian Baughman, Rod Thill, Dan
Campbell, Frank Machesky, Marty
LIBRARY AIDES: Kneeling: Sam
Brey, Billy Belcher, John Halfhill,
Laura Prater, Deb Merriman, Robin
Browning. Standing: Mrs. Ilene
Stambaugh - Librarian, Sherry Brady,
Laura Trainer, Robin Schimmoeller,
Crystal Lawrence, Susan Johnson,
Lynn Wise, Molly Keenan, Anna
KEY CLUB: Todd Patrick, Gregg
Shoewalter, Rod Thill, Jerald Votaw,
Frank Machesky, Craig Cardwell.
F.F.A Members Attend
Members of the Mount Gilead Future Farmers of
America were involved in many activities during the
year. They went to the National FFA Convention held
in Kansas City, sold citrus fruit and cut wood as money-
making projects, and fielded a very successful basket-
ball team under the coaching of Bob Snyder. Mount
Gilead's soil and livestock judging teams placed well in
contests held in various parts of the state. Chapter
officers attended district officer training sessions at Tri-
Rivers. Several members competed in county and dis-
trict public spraking contests. Eric Bush and Michele
McKinney were members of the State FFA Band and
Tracy Schindley and Sharon Shoaf added their voices
to the State FFA Chorus. In recognition of National
Agriculture Day, the FFA along with members of the
community put on a program promoting agriculture for
the elementary schools. At the annual FFA Banquet
held on March 25, 1982, the chapter crowned Kim
Smith as FFA Queen, handed out numerous awards,
and reviewed the year's activities for parents and
Right: FFA BASKETBALL TEAM:
Front Row: Chris Robinson, Dan Bark-
er, Scott Snyder. Back Row: Larry El-
liott, Doug Gruber, Earl Chipman, Ran-
dy Cole. The team was 8-0 before losing a
game in the tournament.
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FFA: Front Row: Larry Elliott, Tom Waddell, Rob Snyder,
Ramsier, Chris Robinson, Tom Wellman, Scott Cox, Michele
Row: Jerry Gandee, Scott Snyder Dou Gruber Rand Hoffman
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Shawn Murphy, Colleen McGinnis, Curt Robinson, Jeannise
apter president Scott Cox presented Bob Snyder a Honorary
apter Award for "coaching" the successful FFA basketball
Mr. Beck Presents Steve Gray with the Star Chapter Farmer
Award at the annual banquet.
Jeff Higgins holds a lamb for Mrs. Dettra in the "relay race"
on National Agriculture Day.
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Kansas City are fFront RowJ Renee Van Horn, Tracy
Schindley, Tom Gompf, Jeff West, fBack Rowj Tom Baxter,
Alan Helt, Earl Chipman, and Jim Shaffer. Others attending
but not pictured are Lisa Bishop, Eric Bush, and Trevor
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Concert Band Gives Several Performances
' The Concert Band had many
performances again this year.
Among them were Christmas,
Winter, and Spring Concerts.
They also traveled to Mansfield to
participate in the OMEA District
Band Contest, where they re-
ceived a "Good" rating. Some of
the top musicians played at the
annual County Band Festival at
Northmor High School. In the
spring they performed for Card-
ington High School and Mount
Gilead's graduation exercises.
BRASS SECTION: Front Row: Nathan Harvey, Eric Bush, Brian Votaw, Jim Shaffer,
Shelley Trainer, Todd Jennings, Dawn Troyer, Shelly Rankin, Juanita Martinez. Back
Row: Wendy Scott, Theresa Rhodebeck, Nancy Whitman, Randy Baker, Earl Chipman,
David Griffey, Melissa Hart, Debbie McAvoy, Dawn Fisher, Rene Todd.
PERCUSSION SECTION: Dennis Geyer, Rodney Benson, Mike Walters, Mike Kreider,
Corrina Harritos, Larry Kahrig, Tammy Benton, Chris Hart.
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SENIOR BAND MEMBERS: Shelley Trainer, Denie Mullett,
Amy Fleming, Larry Kahrig,
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Flute: Suzanne Campbell, Jean Levering, Colleen Thomas,
Deidre Sipe, Melissa Maslar, Heidi Hull.
OBOE: Donna White, Sharon Shoaf.
CLARINET: Amy Fleming, Denise Mullett, Brenda Hol-
trey, Pam Sweeney, Robin Browning, Carol Shaffer,
Amy Hunt, Diane Roach, Nancy Cressey, Teresa Rhode-
beck, Susan Wilcox, Christina Graham.
BRASS CLARINET: Michelle Palmer, Michele McKin-
ALTO CLARINET: Krista Fix.
ALTO SAX: Torri Braden, Kim Smith, Jodi Farris, Janet
Randolph, Lisa Bishop.
TENOR SAX: Joel Higgins.
BARITONE SAX: Robin Nesbitt, Dee Dee Rathburn.
Choir Sings At Many Fu ctions This Year
The Choir performed at numerous
functions this year. Another feature
this year was the formation of a show
choir whose members combine cho-
reography with singing. Besides per-
forming at the Christmas, Winter,
and Spring Concerts, the Choir sang
at a fall PTO meeting, at graduation,
and at the Music Boosters' Ice Cream
Social. Some members of the Choir
also participated in the OMEA con-
tests and the county music festival.
rieliiifigf standing: Laura bibbie, Debbie Merriman, Jackie Meiik, Kim Wilkins.
CHOIR: Kneeling: Lisa Hedrick, Tammy Tinch, Melissa Palmer, Ta my Redmon, Denise Pollard, Debbie Davis, Jodi Farris,
Tracy Schindley, Melissa Collins, Jackie Monk, Rene Todd, Shelly Ra kin. Row 2: Laura Dible, Suzanne Campbell, LouAnne
Hall, Sara Lamborn, Tricia McHugh, Susi Snyder, Pam Bedwell, eth Webb, Cindy Morrison, Debbie Merriman, Kim
Wilkins, Amy Fleming, Cindy Reed. Back Row: Brian Votaw, Rod Ijandall, Dawn Schofield, Nancy Whitman, Artie Miller,
Tammy VanHorn, Pete Stewart, Kevin Wolford, Matt Beltz, Dean ackson.
MIZPAH STAFF: Front Row: Brenda Holtrey, Lori Thomas, Kim Wilkins, Jackie Monk, Sherry Brady, Anna Maiyer. Row
2: Robin Nesbitt, Jenny Wertz, Janet Corbin, Linda Wright. Back Row: Jerald Votaw, Suzanne Campbell, Carol Shaffer,
Angie Bush, Brian Chipman.
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AD SALES Kristy Philbrook
Mike Mliller PHOTOGRAPHERS
Josten s Representative Mr. Dick Thatcher meets with staff QIl3YJg?n2?SIiuer 2:33 gllriman
members to assist them in planning the yearbook.
Mrs. Debra Clauss
Cross Country Team Wins MOC Championship
Campbell and Paul Middaugh are shown running through
morning haze in the District Cross Country meet at Pine
Mount Gilead's cross country team finished its season
with an outstanding 56-2 record in dual and multiple
meets. The team was undefeated in dual and triangular
meets. The Indians won the MOC championship at the
Table Rock Golf Course near Centerburg by edging
runner-up Northmor 38 to 41. Paul Sheets took individ-
ual honors with a time of 14:56 for the 2M miles. Paul's
teammate Dan Campbell was leading at the two mile
mark but missed a course marker and finished sixth.
The Indians represented the Mid-Ohio Conference in
district competition. At the sectional meet at Pine Hills
Golf Course, Mount Gilead placed second to move on
the district. Dan Campbell took individual honors with
a 12:33 time. As a team the Indians placed fourth in the
district and missed the cut-off for the state meet. Indi-
vidually, Dan Campbell finished fifth and Paul Sheets
was eighth which qualified them for the state meet. In
the State Meet Dan was 14th with a time of 12:46 and
Paul was 30th at 13:01. The Indians outstanding season
record was the result of total team effort. Bob Andrews,
Scott Strayer, Nathan Harvey, Dan Baer, Chris
Conaway, Jeff Clark, Paul Middaugh, and Tim Cook
consistently turned in good times to give the Indians
almost unbeatable team depth.
Special awards were given to several members of the team.
Shown with their awards are Bob Andrews - Scholar Award,
Dan Campbell - Outstanding Runner Award and State Fina-
list, Paul Sheets - State Finalist, and Rod Thill - Scholar
Award. Tim Cook the Outstanding Reserve Runner is not
ROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Kneeling: Jeff Clark, David Johnson, Chris Conaway, Nathan Harvey, Paul Sheets, Gerry Zwick,
an Campbell, Scott Strayer, Brian Votaw. Standing: Coach Ron Thill, Dan Baer, Tim Cook, Paul Middaugh, Rod Thill,
onathan Collins, Scott Snyder, Marvin Edwards, Bob Andrews, Dan Barker, Kevin Clark, Jerry Gandee.
Indians Rank Fifth
The Mount Gilead High School football team fin-
ished 6-4 for the season and 4-4 in Mid-Ohio Confer-
ence competition. This placed the Indians in fifth place
standing in the MOC. Two of the losses were by a small
margin. Post season honors went to several Indian play-
ers. Center Marty Sterritt was selected to the MOC All
League team. Jim Curts and Dave Zwayer received
Halfback Don Harman moves down field behind the blocking
of Dave Zwayer in the Ontario game.
Right: Indian quarterback Nathan Long gets good protection
on a passing play against the Irish.
Jim Cu ts runs through a big hole on a trap play against the
FOOTBALL TEAM: Bottom Row: Rick Moss, Don Jackson, Mike Wa
Geyer, Jamie Fisher, Mark Wiseman, Matt Beltz. Row 2: Mike Reid,
Randy Hoffman, David Ricks, Jeff Rschudi, Brian Patterson, Pat McC
Scott Casto, Jon Myers, Jim Maslar, Randy Crawford, Jim Zwayer, Do
Bedwell, Head Coach John Oyster. Top Row: Gregg Sweeney, Myron
Zwayer, John Bowersmith, Don Harman, Scott Cox, Keith Minigh,
lter, Curt Robinson, Tom Waddell, Monty LaRue, Dennis
Billy Belcher, Chris Fricke, Carl Clingan, Mike Fleming,
auley, Steve Fidler, Assistant Coach Jerry Cooper. Row 3
Walters, Rod Randall, Nathan Long, Pete Stewart, Mik
artman, Brad Fricke, Marty Sterritt, Doug Lehman, Dav
ssistant Coaches Phil Heacock and Chris Kubbs.
Golf Team Ties School Record Three Times
Frank Machesky shows excellent form as he tries to sand wedge
out of a trap on the Lincoln Hills Course.
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The 1981 Mount Gilead Indians' golf team carded a
21-1 record which is the best season record in school
history. Three times during the season the team scored
a 147 which tied the school record. The team placed
third in the Bloom-Carroll Invitational and second in
the MOC. Mark Willeke was co-medalist at the Bloom-
Carroll Invitational. Doug Yake was the team medalist
and carded a new school record of 33 for the season's
lowest score. Frank Machesky, Sr. and Frank, Jr. were
winners of the 1981 father and son match.
VARSITY GOLF TEAM
Marty Cohen Gregg Shoewalter
Frank Machesky Mark Willeke
Mike Roush Doug Yake
RESERVE GOLF TEAM
Chris Anthony Mike Curtis
JerryAshbrook Artie Miller
Left: Golf team award winners are Doug Yake team medalist,
Mark Willeke Bloom-Carroll medalist, and Frank Machesky
with the father and son traveling trophy.
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Doug Yake takes a practice swing. Mike Roush chips onto the green. Marty Cohen wedges out of a trap.
The varsity and reserve football and basketball
squads have been busy this year planning pep rallies,
decorating the players' lockers, and also decorating the
school with spirit signs and posters. To increase school
and community spirit, the cheerleaders sponsored bon-
fire pep rallies, parades, and car caravans. For home-
coming they featured a spirit week to get the student
body psyched up for the big game. To end the football
season, the cheerleaders presented the players with
Senior cakes and scrapebook that was kept of events
during the season.
Brenda McChesney is the recipient of the Most Outstanding
Cheerleader Award for the year.
Have A Busy Season
FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Bottom Row:
Tammy Benton, Amy Fleming. Top Row: Lori
Brenda McChesney, Kim Smith.
FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Bottom: Pam
Middle: Shelly Hootman, Sabrina Bailey. Top: Jenny
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Mount Gilead's varsity volleyball team compiled a
season record of 5-11. Sue Willeke was selected for the
MOC All League team. All the fall sports' banquet Sue
received the Most Valuable Player Award and was rec-
ognized as the team's leading server. The team's leading
setter was Debbie Hawk and Julie Griffith had the
largest number of spikes for the season. The Most Im-
proved Player Awards went to Cindy Curl and Melissa
RESERVE VOLLEYBALL TEAM:
Seated: Dawn Troyer, Lori Landon.
Standing: Tammy Casto, Jennifer
Woodbeck, Regina Williams, Coach
Rhonda Dettra, Melissa Maslar, Kim
Wolford, Melissa Collins.
Sue Willeke starts the offense as she VARSITY VOLLEYBALL T AM Seated Cindy Curl Melissa Hart Standing Julie
bumps the ball up to the setter. Griffith, Angie Bush, Kim Blu Coach Rhonda Dettra Sue Willeke Dee Dee Rathburn
Gymnastics Team Has Successful 9-3 Year
and perfection are two of Lori Geyer prepares for the rest of her
Varner s goal during competition on routine after a good mount.
uneven parallel bars.
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Sweeney gives her interpretation in Teri Curts competes in the floor
During the Gymnastics' season,
Mount Gilead's team won 9 meets
and lost 3. The most important meet
of the season was the Class 3 and 4
District Invitational at Upper Ar-
lington. In Class 4 floor exercise com-
petition, Lisa Varner placed second,
Pam Sweeney placed third, Teri
Curts placed fourth, and Lori Geyer-
placed fifth. Lisa Varner finished
second and Pam Sweeney was third
in Class 4 all-around competition. In
the more difficult Class 3 all-around
action, Leslie Waggoner was seventh.
Outstanding performers for the sea-
son were Leslie Waggoner for the
most points, Kathy Green for the
most points for a first year perform-
er, and Lorraine Wright who was the
most improved performer.
Leslie Waggoner shows excellent form on
the balance team.
Left: GYMNASTICS TEAM: On Floor: Leslie Wag-
goner. Row 2: Susie Snyder, Teri Curts, Denise Pol-
lard. Row 3: Lorraine Wright, Susan Hughes, Kathy
Green, Susan Wilcox. Back Row: Pam Sweeney
Lisa Varner, Lori Gayer.
Curtis And Clark amed
Mount Gilead's basketball teams and fans had little
to cheer about during the current season as the Indians
finished in the league cellar. Inconsistent play plagued
the Indians throughout the season. The varsity club
compiled a 7-13 regular season record before dropping
their first tournament game to Buckeye Valley in a
hard fought 33-31 contest. The Indian reserves' season
record was 3-17. Mike Curtis was names to the MOC
All-League team and Kevin Clark received honorable
Players receiving recognition at the winter sports' banquet
were Kevin Clark - the season's most valuable player, Mark
Willeke - the season's best defensive player, Rick Van Houten
- the season's best free throw shot, and Nathan Long - the
winner of the Leadership, Award.
Jeff Clark tries to find a hole in the Scots
than Long, Rick Van Hou
Mark Willeke, Mike Curtis.
Absent: Coach Jeff Diehl.
o Conference Team
Mike Curtis gets off his shot over Jeff Grandstaff of
TEAM: Front Row: Kevin Clark, Mike Ohler, Na-
n, Jeff Clark, Doug Yake. Back Row: Jeff Tschudi,
. Rod Thill, John Hatfield, Jim Maslar, Doug Walters.
Doug Walters prepares to power his way to basket. Alan Helt shoots over defender Richie Denman.
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: Front Row: Dale Creasap, Chip Harris, Dale Creasap looks foraway to penetrate
Jerry Ashbrook, Jim Shaffer. Back Row: Jeff Smith, Mike Kreider, Alan Helt, the Scots' defense.
Joel Higgins. Absent: Coach Robert Hunter.
Girls' Basketball Team I-llas A 7-14 Record
The Mount Gilead Girls' varsity basketball team
completed the regular season with a record of seven
wins and thirteen losses. In their first tournament game
the Indians lost to Buckeye Valley. With only two sen-
iors and two juniors on the team, the girls have a very
young team. The Indians were very competitive and
lost five games by less than ten points. Senior Gerry
Zwick and junior Sue Willeke received recognition as
Mid-Ohio Conference honorable mention. Gerry was
also selected to play in the Ashland All-Star game. The
reserve team finished the season with a 5-14 record. The
prospects for the future look favorable as there are more
younger girls participating in the lower grades than in
previous years. This should help build a solid founda-
tion for future success in the girls' basketball program.
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the Northmor defense to get off her shot.
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: Kneeling:
Sue Willeke, Cathy Monk, Tammy Casto. Stand-
Natalie Maceyko, Gerry Zwick, Margie Kor-
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improved player, Garry Zwick as the most valuable player,
and Sue Willeke with the best free throw percentage.
RESERVE GIRLS' BASKEALL TEAM: Kneeling: Dawn
Troyer, Melissa Hart, Pam Bedwell, Roni Rosenberger.
Standing: Cindy Curl, Kim Wolford, Jodi Farris, Coach Jill
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Indian Track Team Win
Mount Gilead's track teams had an outstanding sea-
son. The girls' team won the MOC Meet, finished third
in the Elgin Relays, and placed second in both the
Galion Invitational and Mt. Gilead Relays. The boys'
team was undefeated until the District Meet. The Mar-
ion Catholic Invitational, the Fredericktown Invita-
tional, the Mt. Gilead Relays, and the MOC Meet were
among the victory streak. Receiving All-League recog-
nition were the girls' mile, two mile, and 880 yard relay
teams. Kim Smith won the 100 meter, the 220, and 440
yard dashes. Paul Sheets and Marty Sterritt tied for
first place in pole vault and Jim Curts won the discus in
the fiel events. Jon Collins won the 120 high hurdles.
Dan Campbell won both the mile and two mile runs.
The Indians dominated the conference mett with an
outstanding team effort. The boys won with a score of
156 to 88M for second place Northmor and the girls
topped second place Northmor by a score of 123 to 95.
In the District the Indians boys' team lost their first
meet of the season when they finished second to Colum-
bus DeSales. The girls finished third. Individual Win-
ners in the district were Jim Curts, Dan Campbell, and
Kim Smith. In addition to these winners twelve other
members of the team qualified for the regional. In the
Class AA Regional Kim Smith was first in the 200
meters and third in the 100 meters. Laura Hoppe was
fourth in the 400 meters. Dan Campbell finished second
in the 1600 meter run. The Indian's 1600 meter relay
team was fourth. In the Class AA State Finals Kim
Smith was fourth in the 200 meters in a time of 26:25.
Dan Campbell ran a 4:29 mile to place ninth in the
state. Laura Hoppe and the girls' mile relay team ran in
the state finals, but did not place.
VARSITY GIRLS' TRACK TEAM:
Front Row: Natalie Maceyko, Sue l
Willeke, Tracy Schindley, Renee Van- ,.
Horn, Renee Corral. Row 2: Kelly
Everhart, Kim Smith, Janet Ran-
dolph, Dawn Troyer, Michele Palmer,
Shauna Campbell. Back Row: Coach
Ron Thill, Jill Hawk, Jenny Zwayer,
Laura Hoppe, Pam Sweeney, Sabrina
Pam Sweeney heads for a win and Sabrina Bailey a third in the
100 meter low hurdles against River Valley.
Natalie Maceyko was the outstanding distance runner and Kim
Smith the outstanding sprinter for the 1982 season.
Rod Thill runs in the two-mile relay against the Vikings.
Gregg Sweeney wins the 220 in a meet with Loudonville.
Teammate Don Harman finishes third.
Dan Campbell leads in the two mile run against Cardington.
At the Spring Sports Banquet Gregg Sweeney was recognized
as the outstanding sprinter, Jim Curts as the outstanding field
events participant, and Dan Campbell as the outstanding
VARSITY BOYS' TRACK TEAM:
Front Row: Gregg Sweeney, Marty
Sterritt, Paul Sheets. Row 2: Chris
Conaway, Bill Snyder, Scott Strayer,
Joakim Lundstrom, Dave Zwayer.
Row 3: Coach Rick Campbell, Na-
than Harvey, Dan Campbell, William
Stump, Brian Baughman, Marvin Ed-
wards, Rod Randall, Matt Beltz.
Back Row: Brian Patterson, Tim
Cook, Jon Collins, Jim Zwayer, Rod
Thill, Randy Crawford, Mike Bed-
well, Paul Middaugh, Don Harman.
Indians Win M.C.C.
The varsity baseball team had a very good year in
1982. The team finished the season with an excellent
17-4 record over-all and an even more impressive mark
of 11-1 in conference games. The 11-1 record in confer-
ence games gave the Indians sole claim to the league
championship. This was the first time since 1976 that
Mount Gilead had won the MOC and the first time
since 1970 that the Indians have won the title outright.
Five players batted over the .300 mark during the sea-
son with Rick Van Houten hitting at .466. First base-
man Nathan Long had the best fielding average with a
.969 on 117 field plays. The team was well represented
on the all-conference team as Mike Curtis, Nathan
Long, Rick Van Houten, and Kevin Clark received all-
league honors. Mike Ohler and Artie Miller received
honorable mention. With only two seniors graduating
from this year's championship team, the Indians will
field a good team next year.
Right Above: Coach Kubbs congratulates Mike Curtis on his
home run against Fredericktown.
Right: Artie Miller puts the tag on a player sliding into third.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Kneeling: Dave Jackson, Artie Milljg, Kevin Clark, Jeff Clark, Jerry Ashbrook,' John
mith, Mike Fleming. Standing: Bob Wolford, Mike Ohler, Mike Cu is, Rick Van Houten, Nathan Long, Coach Chris
best hitter award, Mike Olher the best defensive player a pop up.
award, and Kevin Clark the leadership award.
Joel Higgins slides into third.
Nathan Long fields a hot line drive with Dave Jackson
reacting to the play.
At the Spring Sports' Banquet Rick Van Houten received the Mine! Mine! Mine! Kevin Clark takes control of the infield for
RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM:
Kneeling: Joey Jones, Mike Ma-
chesky, Dean Jackson, Shawn Mur-
phy, Monty LaRue. Standing: Coach
Scott Williamson, Pat McCauley, Don
Jackson, Earl Chipman, Joel Higgins,
Cody Eastridge, Brian Votaw.
Girls' Softball Team
The Mount Gilead girls' softball team completed
their season with a 2-12 record. Four members of the
team maintained a season batting average over .300.
Julie Griffith led the team with a .362 batting average
and also had the best fielding average on the team.
Brenda Holtrey, Kim Blue, and Deb Hawk hit .354,
.345, and .321 respectively. Brenda Holtrey, Deb Hawk,
and Julie Griffith were named to the All Mid-Ohio
Conference team. At the Spring Sports' banquet Brenda
Holtrey was recognized as the team's Most Valuable
Player. Cathy Monk was named the Most Improved
Player. Margie Korody was recipient of the Indian
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The team's leading hitter, Julie Griffith, hits a fly ball. At
third base teammate Corinna Harritoa watches the play.
A 2 - 12 Season
Margie Korody fields a fly ball.
Kim Blue tries to beat the throw to the plate.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Corinna Harritos, Cathy onk, Janet Corbin, Donna White, Amy Hunt, Melissa
Hart, Colleen McGinnis, Michele McKinney, Mindy McChesney. Bac Row: Margie Korody, Julie Griffith, Brenda Holtrey
Debbie Hawk, Debbie McAvoy, Cindy Curl, Robin Sparks, Kim Blu , Coach Debra Clauss.
Brenda cCheSney IS H mecoming Queen
ATTENDANT CINDY McKINNEY
The annual homecoming week ac-
tivities were organized by the cheer-
leaders. The girls put up spirit signs
in cafeteria, decorated the hallways,
and sponsored special days such as:
Punk Rock Day and Hat Day to in-
crease school spirit. Classes and
clubs were encouraged to enter the
homecoming float conest. On Thurs-
day evening the homecoming parade
and bonfire brought a large number
of students parents to the pep rally.
Cold weather greeted football fans
on Friday night. In pregame ceremo-
nies the Homecoming Queen and her
court were introduced and the senior
class was selected as winner of the
float contest. The Marching Band
and Flag Corp put on a stirring half-
time show. The week would have
been a total success, except the Fred-
dies went home with a 27-0 victory
over the Indians.
ATTENDANT PAULA SMITH
I I ATTENDANT SUSAN JOHNSON
Retiring Queen Sheila Campbell crown
the 1981 Homecoming Queen Brenda
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Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite" was presented by the the-
ater department on November 12, 13, and 14 in the
Junior High Auditorium. In the first of three separate
plays we are introduced to a suburban couple who take
a suite as the Plaza while their house is being painted,
and it turns out to be the same suite in which they
honeymooned 23 for was it 24?J years ago - and was
yesterday their anniversary, or is it today? The uncer-
tainty of these questions parallel events in their unsta-
ble marriage, when we find out Sam is having an affair
with his secretary. The second act shows us a top-draw-
er Hollywood producer who after three marriages is
looking for fresh fields, and so calls up a childhood
sweetheart now a suburban housewife, for a little extra-
marital diversion. In the intervening years she has idol-
ized him from afar, and is now more than the match he
has bargained for. The last act shows us the same suite,
with a mother and father fighting among themselves
over the best way to get their daughter out of the bath-
room and down to the ballroom where guests await her
- or as her mother yells, "I want you to come out of
that bathroom and get married!"
Jesse Kiplinger places a Do Not Distrub sign on the door upon
In an attempt to keep Sam from going to see his secretary,
Karen gives him a seductive look from the bed.
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Roy ljubley tries to break down the bathroom door to get
their aughter out for her wedding.
Karen tries to avoid stabbing Sam's eye while helping him Sam becomes angry with Karen's constant interruptions
with his eye drops. while he tries to talk with his secretary.
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Karen Nash ....................................... Dawn Schofield
Sam Nash ......... ........ ........ C h ris Hart
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iMimsey Hubley ....... .... C assie McCreight
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IAC And Art Club Spo
The fourteenth annual Festival of the Arts was co-
sponsored by the Mount Gilead Art Club and the In-
dustrial Arts Club. Projects from the industrial arts and
art classes were displayed in the cafeteria on Sunday,
May 2nd. More than twenty demonstrations were held
by students enrolled in industrial arts and art classes.
Randy Gould demonstrates the techniques used in vacuum
forming objects in plastics.
Above: Denise Mullett is shown completing her "house by
the side of the road."
Right: Steve Richardson makes plastic money clips by heat-
ing and bending strips of acrylic.
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is working on her model house project for Art
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Trainer demonstrates painting with acrylics.
Jim Wise and Eric Bush demonstrate how plastic coin purses
are made by rotational molding.
Paul Blocksom is shown sketching a design.
Watercolor painting is presented by Sabrina Bailey and
Joel Higgins works on the formation of wrought iron designs.
Class Cf 1982
Front Row: Penny Britt, Pat Daugherty, Mary Mullennix, Tina Harris, Kim Wilkins, Carol Hull - Vice President, Kim Blue -
Secretary, Brenda McChesney, Lynnette Bush, Mechelle Troyer, Karen Burkeen, Vickie VanRomer, Natalie Maceyko, Annette
Smith. Row 2: Susan Johnson, Tina Grimm, Patty Wilson, Brenda Conant, Leslie Waggoner, Cindy McKinney - President, Jill
Hawk, Rustye Moodispaugh, Debbie Merriman, Laura Prater, Jackie Monk, Marna Augenstein, Jodi Benson, Anna Maiyer,
Sherry Brady. Row 3: Amy Fleming, Jean Levering, Teresa Casto, Lisette Powell, Paula Smith, Jill Griffith - Treasurer, Eve
Miller, Dawn Schofield, Denise Mullett, Shelley Trainer, Kelly Little, Wanda Ridenour, Tammy VanHorn, Laura Dible, Lynn
Wise, Lisa Morgan, Marsha Graham, Donna Belbot. Row 4: Frank Machesky, Marty Cohen, Kevin Clark, Brian Baughman,
Jerry Gandee, Terry Ratliff, Sandy Lewis, Jill Nesbitt, Cathy Styer, Gerry Zwick, Gina Fuller, Rena Carte, Kelly Tinch, Becky
Gattshall, Chris Webb, Nila Klaiber, John Bowersmith, Steve Gray, Paul Kemp, Brian Chipman. Row 5: Mike Beltz, Scott
Strayer, Paul Sheets, Greg Sweeney, Randy Cole, Jim Dixon, Tim Damron, Joe Dixon, Scott Snyder, Dan Barker, Chris Robinson,
Jerald Votaw, Craig Cardwell, John Dendinger, Tim Wilkins, Rob Williamson, Larry Kahrig, Marty Sterritt, Kerry Strong, Dave
Lyon, Alex Castle, Noel Robinson. Back Row: Sam Brey, Tony Fagan, Keith Minigh, Mike Murphy, Jonathan Halfhill, Jim
Curts, Doug Lehman, Dave Zwayer, Tim Hoffman, Greg Shoewalter, Rod Thill, Doug Gruber, Bob Varner, Todd Patrick, Tim
Counts, Brad Curl, Don Harman, Brad Fricke, Myron Hartman, Jim Thompson.
112 Receive Diplomas At Commencement
State Senator John Kasich delivers the baccalaureate address.
Valedictorian Brenda Conant's address is entitled "To
Dream, Discover, and Succeed."
"I've Graduated! Now What?" is the title of Salutatorian Rod
Mount Gilead High School's graduation exercises
were held on Sunday, May 30th under threatening
skies. 112 graduates received their diplomas during the
ceremony. Commencement exercises began with class
president Cindy McKinney leading the audience in the
Pledge of Allegiance and with Evangelist Ron Davis
giving the invocation. The baccalaureate address was
given by State Senator John Kasich. Class addresses
were given by Valedictorian Brenda Conant and Saluta-
torian Rod Thill. Presentation of diplomas was made
by Richard Myers, president of the Board of Education.
The high school choir and concert band provided music
for the ceremony.
Patty Wilson receives her diploma as class mates wait their
Strong winds forced most graduates to hold on to their caps
instead of tossing them into the air. At least one cap is gone
with the wind.
1982 Jr.-Sr. Prom Is "This One's for You"
The Junior Class chose the theme "This One's For
You" for the Junior-Senior Prom held on May 15, 1982.
The formal prom was held at Inskeep Oldsmobile in
Marion. The program began with the welcome by Ju-
nior Class President Rod Randall. Class wills were read
by Teri Brake and Lisa Varner. The program was con-
cluded with Kristy Philbrook and Lori Thomas reading
of the prophecies, and with Brenda Holtrey reading a
poem dedicated to the seniors. After the program prom
goers danced until midnight to the music of DJ Tom
Danner. The after prom activities consisted of a movie
"Happy Birthday To Me" at Southland Cinema and
roller slating at the Family Forum Skating Rink.
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Prom goers enjoy one of the many dances.
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Mrs. Beck shows Roger how to dance.
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