Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1985
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Mount Gilead High School
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At the annual year-end faculty luncheon, two retiring school employees were
honored. Cook Vernie Richards was completing 13 years of service and first grade
teacher Anna Mary Cronenwett was completing 29 years of teaching. Pictured are
Board President Richard T. Myers, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Cronenwett, and Superin-
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Board Of Education
MOUNT GILEAD BOARD OF EDUCATION: Front Row:Jane Griffith - Member, Beverly Taylor - Member. Back Row:
Robert Willeke - Vice President, Richard T. Myers - President, Gary Kincade - Member.
Board president Richard Myers and Edison Principal Stephanie
Roarty put the finishing touches on sweet rolls for the school ad-
ministration's breakfast to honor the faculty.
After serving on the Mount Gilead Board of Education for
19 years, Don Bachelder resigned following open-heart
surgery. During this time he served the board as presi-
dent, vice president, and member of the Tri-Rivers Joint
Vocational School board for 18 years. Mr. Bachelder has
served as president of the Tri-Rivers board since 1973.
Gary Kincade replaces Mr. Bachelder on the Mount Gile-
DR. ROBERT WHITMAN
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
TREASURER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
GRACE SHAFFER - ASSISTANT SECRETARY TO THE SUPERIN-
TENDENT, GENEVIEVE EVANS - SECRTARY TO THE SUPERIN-
TENDENT, ROXANNA FRY - HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND
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Librarian Ilene Stambaugh gets one of the EMC's daily newspa-
pers ready for display.
Senora Debra Clauss keeps the Spanish department on the
move. She teaches Spanish I, Il, Ill, and IV.
From the smiles on their faces it must be Friday. Suzanne Beck
teaches Bookkeeping and General Business, and Nancy Ken-
nedy CStandingJ teaches Typing and Shorthand.
The Math department consists of Chris Kubbs, Virgil Staley,
and Larry Krapp. Mr, Kubbs teaches Business Math, Algebra ll,
and Computer. Mr. Staley teaches Pre-Algebra and Algebra I,
Mr. Krapp teaches Geometry and Advanced Math.
After presenting a program to the high school student body,
Shakespeare poses with English teachers Mary Johnson,
Cheryl Trivisonno, Cindy Fidler, and Janet Ellis.
Social studies teachers John Quinn and Jim Miller review
books before selecting a new American History textbook. Mr.
Miller also teaches French.
Heidi Hull fLeftJ demonstrates Papier-Mache at the Festival of
the Arts while art teacher Robin Brucker looks on. .
Band director Bob Lust mixes sounds for the Music Booster's
Ice Cream Social concert in the gym.
Biology and Anatomy teacher Ron Thill and Chemistry and
Physics teacher John Games are the high school Science
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Vocal music teacher Bruce Histed not only directs, but often
accompanies the Choir and Show Choir.
Making an after-school memo in the office Cand loving every
minute of itJ is Vocational Agriculture teacher Roger Beck.
Health and Phy. Ed. teacher Jill Montrose posts grades on
cards at the end of the quarter.
Athletic Director Dan Swaggerty and Phy. Ed. teacher Olen
Jackson read some good news.
Industrial Arts teachers Bill Schindley and Merrill Brucker
stand proudly before the IAC Showcase of Awards.
Forrest Byron prepares a test for his DECA I and Il students.
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Teacher of Family Living and Home Economics I and ll, Mi-
chelle Paolucci helps Sonja Coburn with a difficult sewing
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George Schiff, maintenance supervisor, takes a break from
mowing the campus grounds. land. and
SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS: Bottom Row: Mechanic Ron Coleman, Bus Supervi-
sor Jerry Shipman, Mary Feld, Ray Byrd, Linda Streib. Top Row:Janet Davis,
Kathy Claffey, Cherie Shipman, Janet Mullins. Drivers Not Pictured: Barb
Troyer, Mary Ann Rizor, Roberta Hall.
High school custodians are Dorothy Emmons, Audrey Suther-
Grover Geyer is maintenance man and grounds-
keeper at the high school.
Left: FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL:
Vernie Richards, Virginia Shipman,
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y Williams, Sara Wright. Personnel Not
f Pictured: Cafeteria Manager Barbara
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crowd awaits the Indians arrival on the field
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Everyone loves a cheerful giver. Tom
Gompf adds his pint.
Veteran donor Jim Miller works on his
Makes Visit To High School
Each year Mount Gilead competes with the county schools in the Red
Cross' high school blood drive. F.M.A. advisor, Mrs. Virginia Meyer, re-
cruits students not only to give blood, but also to help Red Cross person-
nel register donors, to act as hostesses at the canteen, and to generally
offer help where needed. In a valiant effort to win back the Red Cross
trophy, 64 students and faculty members donated 58 pints of blood on
February 22nd. Although the rotating trophy given to the county school
that donated the most blood was lost, everyone should be commended
for his effort.
Nancy Whitman, Melissa Hart, Michele Palmer, and Mindy McChesney have a
snack after donating.
Above: A nurse pierces Elizabeth Roach's
ear in the routine health check before giving
Right Above: Even a needle can't wipe the
smile off Jodi Farris' face.
Left: Melissa Collins and Angela Jackson
place donated blood in insulated chests.
Right: First-time donor Linda Lord relaxes .
with a good book.
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At the awards assembly, Eric Bush and Don Jackson receive
pins for serving as State President and Reporter for IAC.
At DECA's annual banquet, advisor
Forrest Byron announces that
Dennis Geyer and DECA president
and Queen Deena Maddy are
Mount GiIead's Outstanding DECA
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Above: Senior choir members recognized at the music awards
banquet are Matt Beltz, Jodi Farris, Tammy Redmon, Tricia
McHugh, and Nancy Whitman.
Right: Seniors CSeatedJ Melissa Hart, Heidi Hull, Jodi Farris,
Donna White, Deb McAvoy, CStandingJ Lisa Bishop, David Grif-
fey, Melissa Maslar, Dennis Geyer, Krista Fix, and Rod Benson
display their awards for work in the band.
Melody Fletcher poses with the trophy she received for third
place in the DECA State Marketing Test.
SCHOLARSHIP TEAM: Front Row: Melissa Hines, Candee Harden, Matt Bartholomew,
Kristin Fidler, Audrey Troyer, Lisa Crawford, Melissa Maslar. Row 2: Luke Taylor, Merrily
Jackson, Alena Miller, Stephanie Shepard, Krista Fix, Michelle Cotton, Shanna Levering,
Lisa Edwards, Lee Benton, Stacy Drake, Roni Rosenberger. Back Row: Todd Decker,
Mike Kirk, Mark Peters, Randi McQuistion, Eric Bush, Joel Seckel, Melinda Cardwell,
Kelly Fitzpatrick, Jeff Miley, Dan Swihart.
Several Mount Gilead students
ranked high on the State Scholastic
Scholarship tests. In state ranking,
Kristin Fidler was 3nd in French I,
Michelle Cotton - 15th in English
11, Melissa Maslar - HM in English
12, and Lisa Crawford - HM in Ad-
vanced Math. In the district, Mark
Peters was 11th in Geometry, Me-
lanie Marshman - 14th in English 9,
Lee Benton - 11th in English 10,
Candee Harden - 10th in Spanish l,
Kristin Fidler - 2nd in French l, Mi-
chelle Cotton - 5th in English 11,
Lisa Crawford - 6th in Advanced
Math, Melissa Maslar - 8th in En-
glish 12, and Roni Rosenberger -
10th in English 12.
After winning Rounds 1 and 2 of the State Mock Trial Competi-
tion, Mount Gilead's was defeated in Round 3 in Columbus.
Team members Deena Maddy, Melissa Maslar, Nancy Whit-
man, Monty LaRue, and Matt Bartholomew plan strategy for
their next trial. Other team members not pictured are Renee
Corral, John Harbaugh, and Tammy Redmon. John Quinn was
the team's advisor and legal advise was providied by attorneys
Link and Donald Wick.
Above: Mount Gilead's Flag Corps had five
members chosen to perform with the All-
American Flag Corps at the Hula Bowl in
Hawaii. Pictured before one of their perfor-
mances in Hawaii are CSeatedJ Angie Fur-
niss, Angie Levings, CStandingD Connie
Davis, Deb Burgandine, and Sheri Hall
Left: 1985 WINTER HOMECOMING
COURT: Front Row: Senior Attendant
Valorie McAvoy, Queen Renee Corral,
Senior Attendant Michele Palmer.
Back Row: Junior Attendant Shelly
Machesky, Sophomore Attendant Lee
Benton, Freshman Attendant Meegan
Men's Glee Club it's not!
Show us yoi.ir feet!
Above: "Government did this to me."
Right: "Any Requests?"
"I think I've hurt something."
"Hey Mark! Where'd the ball go?
The "APEs" know the score.
Spanish III presents "EI Hechicero de Oz." fTheir own
version of "The Wizard of Oz"j
"V-I-C-I-O-U-S! Yes, we're vicious?"
Twister" enhances the educational process.
Above: "One More Time!"
Left: Seniors having "fun" after
"decorating" the school.
Fun And Games
Seniors did this??
My horse won't get a move on. A winning throw??? "What! 2 feet, 5 inches."
If at first you don't succeed, make a face at it! "See, I told you I wouldn't stick you."
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After receiving their diplomas at Commencement graduatung seniors
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After many hours of anticipation, this
year's commencement exercises were -"
held on the football field after inclem-
ent weather in the morning. 95 mem-
bers of the class were awarded
diplomas during the ceremony which
featured the traditional valedictorian
and salutatorian addresses. Special
music was presented by members of
the graduating class. A senior girls' en-
semble of Pam Bedwell, Sherri Burns,
Jodi Farris, Susan Hunt, Tammy Red-
mon, Cindy Reed, Tricia McHugh, and
Nancy Whitman sang "You'll Never
Front Row: Tracy Doran, Lisa Bishop, Tracy
Schindley, Tricia McHugh, Dawn Troyer,
Pam Bedwell, Kathy Green. Row 2: Vicky
Whitman, Renee Corral, Mindy McChesney,
Valorie McAvoy, Michele Palmer, Nancy
Whitman, Colleen McGinnis. Row 3: Melissa
Maslar, Cindy Curl, Kim Wolford, Heidi Hull,
Susan Hunt, Deena Maddy, Beth Webb.
Row 4: Tammy Morgan, Melissa Collins,
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VALEDICTORIAN VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN
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Krista Fix and Michele Palmer march in
School board president Richard My-
ers presents Tom Gompf with a
Front Row: Laura Mills, Denise Lambert.
Lisa Crawford, Roni Rosenberger, Tammy
Tinch, Melissa Compton, Susan Wilcox. Row
2: Donna White, Melissa Hart, Krista Fix, Te-
resa Rhodebeck, Tammy Redmon, Maria
Leary, Sherri Burns. Row 3: Cheryl Stotts,
Jodi Farris, Cindy Reed, Cindy Comfort,
Lisa Simpson, Mari Harris. Row 4: Connie
Wigton, Debbie McAvoy, Gracie Lewis, Lisa
Schrader, Tom Baxter. Row 5: Don Jack-
son, Randy Gould, Tom Waddell, Tim Ball,
Curt Robinson, Rob Snyder, Troy Hill. Row
6: Ric Moss, David Griffey, John Harbaugh,
Jim Wise, Dennis Levings, Jeff Perry. Back
Row: William Stump, Dennis Geyer, Jim
George, Randy Baker, Ron Dixon, Bryan Ad-
ams, Earl Foor.
Senior class advisor Suzanne Beck pins the
class flower on Tom Waddell before
The high school choir, under the direction
of Bruce Histed, provides music for
Pam Bedwell Is 1984 Homecoming Queen
The week of October 15th, 1984,
was MGHS's Homecoming Week
with the theme of Purple Reign.
Homecoming festivities began with
class competitions including Purple
Day, Bandana Day, Button Day, and
Sweats Day. The seniors, during the
course of the week, showed their
spirit by winning 4 of the 5 contests.
Thursday the 18th found many stu-
dents participating in the traditional
parade and bonfire. The winning
float with the theme, "Crunch Cath-
olic", was built by the senior class.
Friday's pre-game activities began
with the crowning of the queen, Pam
Bedwell, by retiring queen Deidre
Other members of the court in-
cluded: Renee Corral, Valorie McA-
voy, and Michele Palmer. The
Indians hosted the Irish of Marion
Catholic. After a long and heated but
disappointing game, the Irish came
out on top 28-18. Saturday's dance
marked the end of Homecoming
Week. The dance was sponsored by
DECA and JB Sound provided the
ATTENDANT MICH ELE PALMER
Retiring Queen Deidre Rathburn
crowns the 1984 Homecoming
Queen Pam Bedwell.
1984 HOMECOMING QUEEN
ATTENDANT RENEE CORRAL
ATTEN DANT VALORIE MCAVOY
Senior class president Mike Walter displays the trophy for the
winning float designed by the senior class.
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"Purple Reign" is the theme of this year's homecoming as
shown on the cheerleaders' float in the parade.
Members of the Marching Purple Pride show their spirit by
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the night before the game. FFA's entry for the float contest walks in the parade.
Literary Arts Day Features Guest Author
Cynthia Rylant, poet and author of several
chiIdren's books, was the featured speaker
at the first Literary Arts Day. Regular classes
were suspended so that students could sign
up for mini-courses in papermaking, book-
making, acting, calligraphy, book talks, and
book reviews. All courses were presented by
professionals in and around the area who
donated their time to make their presenta-
tions. Subjects covered included talks on
Jim Thorpe, picture books, controversial
books, and video writing to name a few. Ms.
Mary Johnson, teacher of English and
speech, was coordinator of the day's events.
Author Cynthia Rylant spoke to students
about her early years in Appalachia and the
kind of experiences which helped her to be-
come a writer. She shared the joys and pains
of writing for publication and helped the stu-
dents realize the process involved in bringing
a piece of writing to print. Through the
speakers and the creative, hands-on work-
shops, students experienced literature and
the arts in a new way.
Above: Guest-author Cynthia Rylant takes a
break between lectures.
Right: Mrs. Trivisonno shows Greg Bunker exam-
ples of a good lead in preparation for writing a
The EMC's display area features the theme of Literary Arts Day.
Valerie Schimmoeller and Alicia Ault help each other learn the art of
Voila! Jeanie Jason peels up a piece of paper created out of bits
and pieces of colorful pulp.
Linda Lord mimes the panicked driver learning to operate a 5-
speed as part of the drama workshop. Kelly Fitzpatrick is the
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Spanish teacher Mrs. Clauss becomes involved in Literary Arts
Day with a Book Talk.
Above: Jodi Farris learns the rudiments of papermaking from
Caroline Garrett, a graduate teaching assistant at OSU.
Left: Kelly Plogher learns to "Create Art the Simple
Way" in a workshop which demonstrated the
sponge technique and others.
Industrial Arts And Art Club Combine
On Sunday afternoon May 5th, the eighteenth annual
Festival of the Arts was held in the high school lecture
room and cafeteria with dispalys and students who dem-
onstrated skills they had learned in Art class and in ln-
dustrial Arts. Art teacher Robin Brucker and Industrial
Arts. Art teacher Robin Brucker and Industrial Arts
teacher Merrill Brucker combined the talents of Art Club
and IAC to present an interesting and educational dis-
play. As part of the Principal's Purchase Award, students
displaying their works at the Festival could receive cash
prizes for their work. Randy Baker, Kathy Green, Steve
Hatfield, Tonya Heacock, and Cindy Reed were recipi-
ents of cash prizes for their artistic works which will be
placed on permanent display in the high school.
A papier-mache bear emerges from paste and newspaper at
the hands of Heidi Hull. '
With a simple strip of acrylic resin and a basic heating element,
Randy McQuistion shows how money clips can be shaped.
One of lAC's moneymaking projects was to mass produce cut-
ting boards. ln showing the production steps, Steve McFarland
uses the router to finish the boards edges.
Though his masterpeice is not permanent, Randy Baker pains-
takingly paints a unicorn on Angie Rakin's hand while Kathy
Green looks on.
alents For The Festival Of The Arts
Kathy Green uses acrylics and ingenuity to get just the right
reflection in a pool of water. She uses some of the oil painting
techniques learned from the visiting artist program.
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To form handles for various tools, Lane Miller uses an injection
Sitting amongst a gallery of her work, Cindy Reed demon-
strates watercolor techniques.
Mark Peters demonstrates the art of leather tooling as he
imprints a design for a leather key ring.
Caligraphy, the art of lettering, is demonstrated by Angie
Baughman and Tonya Heacock.
Prom Theme Is "Almost Paradise"
This year's prom, "Almost Para-
dise," was held Saturday, May 18th,
at the Marion Country Club. The pro-
gram included a Welcome by Junior
Class President Tim Hack, Com-
ments by class advisor Forrest By-
ron, and the reading of the Class
Prophecy and Class Wills. Prom-go-
ers danced until midnight at the
Country Club and then attended the
movie "Red Dawn." The rest of the
post-prom activities were held at the
L-K Convention Center.
Below.'Angie Eve-rhart,Carla Wright, and Junior class president Tim Hack wel-
their dates take a break from dancing. Comes the Seniors to the prom.
Jim Shaffer and Teresa Rhodebeck pose
for a prom piture.
Above: Prom-goers relax in the "Almost Paradise" '
Left: Jeff Renshaw and Melissa Collins enjoy dancing.
Misti Cotton, Greta Loren, Susan Reid, and Noel Van Romer
read the Class Wills.
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Members of the 1984 Football Homecoming Court were Renee Corral, 1:33-1,
Valorie McAvoy, Queen Pam Bedwell, Michele Palmer, and Retiring Nl
Queen Deidre Rathburn.
There is no better time to be a "nerd" than on Spirit Day. Lisa Craw-
ford, Mindy McChesney, Valorie McAvoy, Cindy Curl, and Melissa Mas-
Iar dress for the occasion on "Northmor Nerd Day."
Seniors Receive Numerous Honors
Mark Wiseman proudly accepts the third place award in the
DECA State Parliamentary Procedure test.
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Above:Jodi Farris served as the field commander for the 1984-
5 Marching Purple Pride.
Right: Krista Fix is all smiles as she displays her trophy for
Outstanding Marching Band Member.
Tracy Schindley was selected to represent the Mt. Gilead
F.F.A. in the National FFA Choir at the National Convention in
And Offering A Helping Hand
Scott Orcena and Jim George give each other a helping hand
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Nancy Whitman and Lisa Snyder run the polls for the school's
mock election as Deanna Peterson prepares to vote.
as they "work on homework."
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Randy Baker, Jeff Hayes, and Joey Jones display a refurbised
trophy they made for the athletic department.
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Senior Class Officers are President Mike Walters, Vice President Jodi
Farris, CStandingJ Treasurer Valorie McAvoy, Secretary Donna White.
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Mindy McChesney feeds the pigeons at a pep rally. "Here pigey pigey.
ln Home Ec. I, Miss Paolucci helps Joe Ballard mark out an apron.
Seniors Work For An Education
Deb McAvoy must make precise measurements in Chem I if
the experiment is to come out rights
Above: In Advanced Woods, John Harbaugh learns to skillfully
turn down a wooden core on the lathe.
Right: Runner Eric Bush comes in fourth in a cross country
Rob Snyder works on a restoration project in Ag. Shop.
Art student Cindy Reed carefully sketches drawings for a class
Mike Bush becomes teacher for a day as he gives his report in
Tom Gompf prepares to weld a joint on a livestock holding
crate in Vo. Ag.
Heidi Hull writes down the data as Susan Hunt reads the weight
off the scale in Chemistry l.
Above: Matt Beltz uses a planer to finish lumber for a shop
Left: Tom Waddell and Alicia Ault mix paint for Art Club artists
who are decorating Woodside Village.
Donna White, Teresa Rhodebeck, Roni Rosenberger, Melissa Maslar,
CBack Rowj Krista Fix, Cindy Curl, and Mindy McChesney say "GO
BUCKS!" during Advance Placement English class' "Beat Michigan
Melissa Collins, Scott Orcena, Renee Corral, Monty LaRue, Beth
Webb, Don Jackson, and Kathy Green practice drills in Spanish II.
Deena Maddy, Dawn Troyer, and Pam Bdewell are turned loose after a
long day at the DECA State Leadership Conference.
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Wrestling becomes a way of life at Mount Gilead High School as
Rob Snyder, Mike Walter, and Tom Gompf release some extra
Skipping class puts a smile on the faces of Michele Palmer, Kim
Wolford, and Joey Jones.
There is a big smile on Valorie McAvoy's face as she gets a hug
from the broken Donald Duck clown.
Above: Melissa Hart waits for the bell as Debbie McAvoy and
Sandy Sears relax on "jock row."
Left: Seniors Jodi Farris, Vicky Whitman, Cindy Reed, Tracey
Doran, and Lisa Crawford are hoping for a Homecoming Vic-
tory over the Marion Catholic Irish.
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Above: Seniors Melissa Hart, Dan Swihart, and Krista Fix decide on
graduation announcements before placing their order with a Josten's
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Melissa Collins lunges to bump the volleyball in a match
Members of the Class of 1985 showed their school spirit by constructing the
winning float in the Homecoming Parade.
"Whoa!", yells Kim Wolford as she and Melissa Collins carefully mea-
sure the ingredients for their chemistry experiment.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Treasurer Kelli Ashbrook, Secretary
Holly Hughes, Vice President Noel Van Romer, President Tim
Junior Leanna Scott draws the outline for decorations as she
and senior Kathy Green put their talent to work on painting'
Christmas scenes on the windows at Woodside Village Care
1985 Buckeye Girls State
delegates are Stephanie
Shepard, Holly Hughes, Mi-
chelle Cotton, and Greta
Loren who will attend ses-
sions at Ashland College
from June 22nd to 29th. Al-
ternates are Doris Bevan,
Kristin Fidler, Susan Reid,
and Constance Davis.
Jim Gress, Jon Higgins, Jeff
Roush, and Tony Nicholson
are the 1985 delegates to
Buckeye Boys State at Bowl-
ing Green State University
from June 15th to 23rd. Al-
ternates are Ted Furniss, Bri-
an Dye, Jeff Hayes, and Mike
Shelly Machesky gives a break dance demonstration in speech
Class Mike Cook works out a math assignment on a computer
Botany students Jennifer Kimmey
and Brenda Mullett plant flowers as
a class and school beautification
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Gymnast Kathy Fricke concentrates on her rou-
tine as she performs in the beam competition.
Stefanie Wagner bumps up the ball as she returns
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: L-R: Julie Elloitt - Treasurer, Kelly
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Michele Walter and Lisa Edwards watch Wendy Postell make a
piece of paper in one of the Literary Day demonstration
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At the West Muskingum FFA Livestock Judging contest, Troy
Landon carefully studies the beef animals. Troy was lst place
individual winner in the beef contest.
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Troy Rhodebeck and Chad Casto show their CO2 powered
model racers before participating in lAC's Metric 500 race
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Crawford, Travis Schindley, David
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Renshaw, Bill Arnold, Anthony
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Indians Repeat As MOC Golf Champions
At the District Class A Tournament at the Highlands Golf Course, David Gatt-
shall, Jeff Roush, Ted Furniss, Troy Rhodebeck, and Mark White wait for the fog
delayed tournament to begin. The Indians placed third in the tournament.
For the second year in a row the Mount
Gilead varsity golf team won the MOC
championship. The Indians carded a 337
team score at the Valley View Course near
Galion to beat second place Marion Cath-
olic by 8 strokes. Troy Rhodebeck took
MOC medalist honors with a score of 80.
At the Mill Creek Golf Course near Dela-
ware, Mount Gilead continued tourna-
ment play by winning the Class A
Sectional with a team score of 334. Mount
Gilead, Marion Catholic, and Cardington
were sectional representatives to the
Central District Tournament. The Indians
placed third and missed by one place go-
ing to the State. Jeff Roush, who was dis-
trict medalist, was eligible to play in the
State Tournament as an individual. The
Indians finished their season with a fine
16-4 record. Ted Furniss set a new school
record of 35 and was the team's season
medalist with an average score of 38.4.
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VARSITY GOLF TEAM: Coach Larry Furniss, Troy Rhodebeck, Jeff Roush, Ted Furniss, David Gattshall, Mark White.
Cross Country Team Places Fifth In MOC
Mount Gilead's Cross Country team finished fifth in
the MOC Meet at Table Rock Golf Course near Center-
burg. Jim Gress placed fifth in the men's race and Valerie
Schimmoeller was third in the women's race. At the Pine
Hills Golf Course at Bloom-Carroll, Jim Gress finished
fourteenth in the District. The Indian Harriers also
placed eighth in the Fourteenth Annual Rio Grande Col-
lege Invitational. At the fall sports' recognition banquet,
Jim Gress received the Outstanding Male Runner award,
Valerie Schimmoeller was named the Outstanding Fe-
male Runner, Bob Belcher was the Outstanding Reserve
Runner, and Eric Bush was the recipient of the Coaches
Award for Scholarship.
Jeff Seckel maintains a steady pace around the course.
Jim Gress drives for the finish at the District.
Gail Mullett overtakes another runner as she rounds the Pine
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM:
Kneeling: Eric Bush, Keith
Votaw, Jim Gress, Valerie
Schimmoeller, Gail Mullet.
Standing: Bob Belcher, Ja-
mie Sparkman, Rob John-
son, Matt Bartholomew, Jeff
Seckel, Kirby Francis, Mike
Bush, Coach Ron Thill.
Walter, Stump, And Gompf Are All-League
Brian Hershey gains big yardage in the exciting tie game
Mike Walter stops an Irish runner for no gain.
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Early in the season Mount Gilead fans had visions of the
Indians winning the MOC. In their first league games, the Indi-
ans rolled over Cardington 20-O, followed by a 14-6 victory
over Fredericktown. The Indians' third conference clash ended
in a 28-28 deadlock with a tough Highland team. Then title
hopes faded as the Indians dropped three straight conference
games, and it wasn't until the 44-8 romp over Northmor in the
season's finale that Mount Gilead got back on the winning
track. The Indians ended the season in sixth place in the MOC
with a 3-3-1 record in conference play and a 3-5-1 overall
record. At the Fall Sports' Banquet, Tom Gompf was named
MVP, Mike Walter was Lineman of the Year, and William Stump
was Back of the Year. Mike Walter, William Stump, and Tom
Gompf were selected for the All-MOC team. Kelly Fitzpatrick,
Brian Zerman, Eric Casto, Dick Nelson, and Mike Cook were
MOC Honorable Mention.
Monty LaRue catches a pass against Marion Catholic.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Matt Beltz, Mark Crawford, Gary Carwell, Kenny Collins, Jeff Kilgour, Keith Shipman,
Shannon Lemley, Tadd Nicholson, Eric Casto, Tom Waddell, Assistant Coach Lester Poast. Row 2: Assistant Coach Cris King, Bob
Whitman, Anthony Bush, Bob Nelson, Bill Arnold, Jeff Levings, Robin Trimble, Rollie Thill, Steve McFarland, Brent Staley, William
Stump. Row 3: Jim Harman, Brian Hershey, Eric Walters, Tom Strong, Larry Skinner, Curt Robinson, Jeff Hayes, Brad Staiger,
Brian Barnett, Troy Landon, Head Coach John Oyster. Back Row: Assistant Coach Chris Kubbs, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Mike Cook, Dick
Nelson, Mike Walter, Tom Gompf, Tim Hack, Brian Zerman, Jamie Fisher, Chris Eichler, Monty LaRue.
Volleyball Team Wins Sectional Title
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Shanna Levering, Melissa Hart, Stephanie Wagner, Deb Wiseman, Brenda Mullett, Melissa Collins,
Deana Peterson, Cindy Curl, Kim Wolford, Deena Maddy, Dawn Troyer, Kathy Green.
The 1984-85 varsity volleyball team was successful
because the team set goals and met them. Having never
been a serious contender at the Cardington Invitational,
the girls along with Coach Dettra made it a priorty and as
a result were runners-up to Loudonville. The plan was to
do well at the sectionals and there the Lady Indians
defeated Buckeye Valley, Elgin, and North Union to take
the Sectional title. A third goal was to have more Mount
Gilead players recognized by the MOC. At season's end,
Melissa Hart and Cindy Curl were named All-MOC while
Melissa Collins and Kim Wolford received Honorable
Mention. Fourth, teamwork was stressed by Coach Det-
tra, who had coached some of the girls for six years, as
they key to success. At the Fall Sports' Banquet, Melissa
Hart was named team MVP and Best Setter. The
Coach's Award for Best All-Around Player went to Kim
Wolford. Other awards were Cindy Curl the Best Server
Trophy, Melissa Collins the Best Spiker Trophy, and
Brenda Mullett the Most Improved Trophy. The varsity
ended the season with a record of 10-3 in the MOC and
18-8 overall. The reserves posted an 11-3 MOC record.
Both teams finished a close second in the conference
"Best Setter" and MVP, Melissa Hart, prepares a set for Cindy
Curl to spike. Melissa was also chosen for the Ontario All-Star
Cheerleaders Participates In Area Events
Cheerleading involves much more
than just cheering at football and bas-
ketball games. The cheerleaders are
responsible for building school spirit
and pride. In addition to the many
hours of practice, they have spent
countless more hours making spirit
posters, planning pep rallies, decorat-
ing team members' lockers, and orga- w
nizing homecoming activities. This year
the cheerleaders represented Mount
Gilead High School in several area pa-
rades including the Marion Popcorn
Festival Parade and the Bratwurst Fes-
tival Parade in Bucyrus. They also
cheered for the girls' volleyball team in
the district competition at Gahanna
Lincoln High School. Probably the
greatest effort, as well as the most sat-
isfaction, came in decorating the entire
school for both fall and winter home-
coming activities. The theme "Purple
Reign" was a great success during foot-
ball season, as was basketball's "The
Heat Is On." The cheerleaders are a
dedicated and hard-working group that
has represented their school well. ,
VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Seated: Michele Palmer, Mindy McChes-
ney. Row 2: Shelly Machesky, Tracy Schindley, Kathy Fricke. Back Row:Valorie A
ed: Lizz Pollard, Julie
Elliott, Lee Benton-
Kneeling: Wendy Rich-
ards, Meegan Levering,
Merrily Jackson. Row
3: Nikki Slavik, Tressa
Kincade. Back Row:
Vicki Rose, KeIIeY
Cook, Jody Edwards.
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Icy Schindley, Shanna Levering, Amy Guiher. Back Row: Donna Row 2: Valerie Schimmoeller, Vicki Rose. Row 3: Lizz Pollard
White, Debbie Wiseman, Shelly Machesky. Jody Edwards. Top: Julie Elliott.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: On Floor: Merrily Jackson, Wendy Richards, Kelley Cook. Standing: Nikki
Slavik, Meegan Levering. Top: Tressa Kincade.
Indians Finish In Fifth Place In MOC
The boys' varsity basketball team compiled a 5-9 MOC
season record and a 7-13 overall record. At the end of
the season, the Indians found themselves in a three-way
tie with Northmor and Fredericktown for fifth place in
the MOC. The Indians closed out their season with a 58-
51 loss to top seeded Worthington Christian in the Class
A Central District tournament. At the Winter Sports'
Banquet, Rod Brewer was recognized for his shooting
percentage and number of assists. Mike Walter received
awards for plus points and being most inspirational. Dick
Nelson was named the most improved player and top
rebounder. Mark Wiseman was recipient of the Coach's
Award. Sophomore Rod Brewer was selected to the All-
MOC team, and senior Mike Walter was All-MOC Honor-
able Mention. Rod was also named to the Class A District
ll second team.
Above: Rod Brewer takes an easy shot as he completes a fast-
Left: After rebounding the ball, Mike Walter tries to get off a
Kneeling: Mark Wiseman, Ja-
mie Fisher, Tom Cooper,
Don Jackson, Rod Brewer,
Mike Walter. Standing: Coa-
ch Dan Swagerty, Rollie Thill,
Mike Cook, Bob Nelson, Den-
nis Geyer, Jim George, Assis-
tant Coach Kent Baker.
Dick Nelson battles for a rebound. Mike Cook goes high over the defense
for a shot.
Derek Yeagley comes down with 2 Mark White studies the defense as he
rebound. brings the ball down court.
Jamie Fisher looks for a break in the Bull-
Tom Cooper passes off to a teammate.
ing: Chuck Hashman, Matt Vander-
kooi, Mark White, Tom Cooper, Craig
Graham. Standing: Coach Dan Swa-
gerty, Steve Hatfield, Derek Yeagley,
Denny Noble, Andy Hoffman, Coach
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: Knee!-
Lady Indians Are Fourth In MOC Action
The girls' varsity basketball team, coached by Charles
Todd, played 15 games and finished the season with a 7-
8 overall record. ln conference play, the girls placed
fourth with a 6-8 record. Melissa Hart was selected to
the All-MOC team. Stephanie Shepard, Carla Wright, and
Kelly Smith received All-MOC Honorable Mention. At the
Winter Sports' Banquet, Melissa Hart was recognized as
the team MVP and received awards for her freethrow
percentage and outstanding defensive play. Deana Pe-
terson was named Most Improved Player and Kelly
Smith was recognized for the season's most rebounds.
RETURNING LETTER WlNNER: Front Row.'Angie
Harvey, Stephanie Shepard, Melissa Hart, Back
Row: Beth Webb, Tammy Morgan, Carla Wright.
GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM:
Front Row: Angie Harvey, Stephanie
Shepard, Melissa Hart, Beth Webb.
Back Row: Debbie George, Carla
Wright, Deana Peterson, Kelly Smith,
Tammy Morgan, Coach Charles Todd.
GIRLS' RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM:
Front Row: Lisa Tackett, Jeanie Ja-
son, Beth Creasa, Laurie Drake, Shan-
non Leary, Ranee Thomas Audrey
Troyer, Alena Miller. Back Row: Angie
Furniss, Debbie George, Roxie Monk,
Jodi Rosenberger, Candee Harden,
Kirsten Carlson, Coach Janet Ellis.
Deana Peterson puts one upfor two points. Audrey Troyer gets off a pass. Debbie George drives down court
Audrey Trgyer drives in for 3 layup. Beth Creasap dfibblf-ZS through the FI'eddi6S def6I'lS8.
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Kelly Smith goes up for the tip. Stephanie Shepard drives in for a layup.
Indian Gymnasts Compete At Invitationals
Mount Gilead's girls competed in several invi-
tationals in central Ohio because the MOC does
not have gymnastics competition. The team
competed at Galion, Franklin Heights, North
Union, and in district competition at Dublin. At
the Winter Sports' Banquet, Coach Pauline
Campo recognized the following girls for their
outstanding work during the season: Lisa
Shoewalter was the most improved performer,
Kathy Fricke had the highest average for one
event, Kathy Green had the highest total
points, and Cindy Morrison had the highest all-
VARSITY GYMNASTICS TEAM: On
Floor: Kelly Plogher. Kneeling: Angie
Levings. Standing: Kathy Fricke,
Kathy Green, Debbie Coots, Linda
Maddy, Angie Rankin. Back Row:
Shannon Kilgour, Greta Loren. Ab-
sent: Lisa Shoewalter, Cindy Morri-
son, Coach Pauline Campo.
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Softball Team Finishes With 8-10 Record
Melissa Hart delivers a pitch to the plate.
Angie Harvey is set for a bunt. Deb McAvoy snags a throw
to make an out.
A level swing pays off with a hit for Cindy
Donna White slides under the
The girls' softball team, coached
by Janet Ellis and Lester Poast, fin-
ished MOC action with a 3-5 record
and had an overall record of 8-10.
Seniors Cindy Curl, Melissa Hart,
Donna White, and junior Amy
McCreary were named first string
playes for the All-MOC team. They
were also elected members of the
Central District All-Star team. Se-
niors Deb McAvoy and Colleen
McGinnis received All-MOC Honor-
GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM: Front
Row: Angie Harvey, Amy
McCreary, Nikki Wagner, Tressa
Kincade, Melissa Hart, Donna
White. Back Row:Tammy Hicks,
Coach Janet Ellis, Leana Scott,
Melissa Collins, Deb McAvoy,
Kelley Cook, Cindy Curl, Can-
dee Harden, Colleen McGinnis
Coach Lester Poast.
Amy McCreary fields
Indians Play In Regional Semi-Finals
During the 1985 baseball season, the Mount Gilead
Indians traveled a great deal in compiling a 22-6-1 sea-
son record. After winning the MOC and Sectional titles,
the team captured the Central District Championship at
Cooper Stadium in Columbus by defeating Grandview, 7-
6, and Bishop Wehrle, 10-7. Advancing to the Regional
contest, the Indians ended their bid for the State Class A
title with a loss to Piketon in the semi-finals at Ports-
mouth. Coach Chris Kubbs attributed the team's overall
success to good teamwork and outstanding individual
play by Mike Cook, William Stump, and Rollie Thill who
were named to the All Central District Class A and All-
League MOC teams. In addition to these team honors,
Tom Cooper, Joey Jones, Denny Noble, and Mark Wise-
man earned Honorable Mention All-League MOC. Pitch-
er Rollie Thill's 14-O and 2 saves season record, and
outfielder Mike Cook's11 season home runs set two new
Mount Gilead School records. The Indians celebrate after winning the Sectional title.
Rollie Thills makes the put out at first base. William Stump gets the winning hit against East Knox.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Kneeling: Tom Cooper, Mark White, Joey Jones, William Stump, Brad Staiger, Matt
Vanderkooi, Troy Landon. Standing: Chuck Hashman, Rollie Thill, Steve Hatfield, Cory Murphy, Mark Wiseman,
Denny Noble, Coach Chris Kubbs.
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William Stump steals second on the Pirates.
Rollie Thill delivers one of his pitches on the way to a 8-5
decision over Cardinton.
Denny Noble pitches against East Knox in the Sectional win.
Mike Cook scores on a close play at the plate.
William Stump slides in under the throw at third
Joey Jones blocks the plate and saves a run.
Track Team Wins District And MOC Meets
Both of the Mount Gilead varsity track teams had good
seasons. The boys' team, who had a total of 99 wins and 6
losses, placed first in the Fredericktown Invitational, the
Richwood Relays, and the Regionals while taking second in
both the District and MOC Meets. The girls' team finished
sixth in the MOC Meet with Shelly Machesky and Kelly Nes-
bitt advancing to the Regionals. In the State Meet Brian
Hershey finished second in both the 100 and 200 meter
dashes. Brian was also named Central District Class A "Run-
ner of the Year." Some of the new records set this year
were: Ted Furniss with a long jump of 21' 7W': Brian Her-
shey with a time of 10.8 in the 100 meter dash and with a
time of 22.4 in the 200 meter dash: and the 400 meter relay
team of Brian Hershey, Ted Furniss, Darren Shade, and Andy
Hershey with a time of 44.3. For the girls, Shelly Machesky
set a new school record with a jump of 16' 7W' in the long
jump. At the Spring Sports' Banquet, girls receiving special
awards for outstanding performances were: Outstanding
Runner - Julie Elliott, Leadership Award - Kathy Green, Out-
standing Field Events - Shelly Machesky, and the Indian
Award - Alena Miller. Boys who received special rognition
were: Leadership Award - Mike Walter, Indian Award - Eric
Bush, Outstanding Runner - Ted Furniss, Outstanding Field
Events - Dick Nelson, Outstanding Sprinter - Brian Hershey,
and the Most Improved Award - Andy Hershey.
Ted Furniss shows his winning for in the long jump.
Above:Dick Nelson clears the bar in the regional high jump
Left: Brian Hershey easily wins the MOC 100 meter dash.
Below: BOYS' VARSITY TRACK TEAM: Seated:Virgil Schofield, Tom Green, Keith Votaw, Bob Belcher, Andy Hoffman, Matt Beltz,
Eric Bush, Jeff Levings, Thad Fidler. Kneeling: Jeff Seckel, Rob Johnson, Brian Brinkerhoff, Jim Gress, Darren Shade, Tom
Gompf, Ted Furniss, Jeff Roush, Andy Hershey, Eric Casto, Bob Whitman. Standing: Coach Ron Thill, Tom Waddell, Jeff Hayes,
Brent Staley, Jeff Renshaw, Dick Nelson, Brian Hershey, Derek Yeagley, Bill Arnold, Brian Barnett, Assistant Coach Denny West.
Kelly Nesbitt runs her specialty, the 880,
in a meet against Marion Catholic.
Dee Branch puts her all into the long
jump against the Irish.
ln an early season meet at Colonel Craw-
ford, Valerie Schimmoeller has a big lead
as she wins the 800 meter run.
Kathy Green clears one of the hurdles in
a close 100 meter race a Colonel Craw-
ford. Kathy won the race in a time of
GIRLS' VARSITY TRACK
TEAM: Seated: Dee Branch,
Alena Miller, Audrey Troyer,
Kathy Green, Angie Furniss,
Kelly Nesbitt, Julie Elliott,
Shelly Machesky. Kneeling:
Anna Stanley, Jeanie Jason,
Tonya Heacock, Kim Beall,
Stacy Drake, Michele Walter,
Jody Edwards, Kelly Smith,
Valerie Schimmoeller, Gail
Mullett. Back Row: Coach
Ron Thill, Assistant Coach
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Moumt Gilead Repeats As Ohio's Top IAC
For 1985 Don Jackson is State Reporter and Eric Bush
is State President.
"lt's Race Time!" The Metric 500 Race is a big event for
the Industrial Arts Club.
The Industrial Arts Club had another very successful year. At
the National Convention in Knoxville, Tennessee, the club re-
ceived the following awards: General Knowledge Test - Joel
Higgins lst place and Jeff Miley HM, Drafting Interpretation -
Eric Bush 2nd place and Don Jackson HM, Industrial Bowl Team
- lst place in the nation, and the Chapter Team made up of Joel
Higgins, Eric Bush, Jeff Miley, Tony Nicholson, Don Jackson,
and Jon Higgins were national finalists. The following students
won awards at the 1985 State Convention on the freshman
level. Safety poster - Keith shipman 2nd place, Technical Draft-
ing - Bob Ruhl lst place and Lane Miller and Travis Schindley,
HM, Drafting Interpretation - Lane Miller lst place and Jim
Jones 2nd place, Technical Writing - Virgil Schofield HM, Re-
search Paper - Bob Belcher 2nd place, Creed Recital - Tadd
Nicholson 2nd place and Bob Whitman HM, and Extemporane-
ous Speaking - Bob Belcher HM. As a club the freshmen re-
ceived lst place in the Chapter Team contest, 3rd place in
Record Book, and 3rd place in the Outstanding Chapter con-
test. Travis Schindley was selected as Ohio's Outstanding
Freshman Industrial Arts Student. In level ll competition at the
state convention the following awards were won: Safety Poster
- Jeff Roush HM, Technical Drafting - Jeff Roush lst place and
Randy Baker HM, Drafting Interpretation - Don Jackson lst
place and Jeff Roush 2nd place, General Knowledge Test- Mark
Peters 3rd place and Don Jackson HM, Technical Writing -
Randi McQuistion HM, Research Paper - Jeff Miley 3rd place,
Technical Speaking -Tony Nicholson lst place, and Extempora-
neous Speaking - Eric Bush lst place and Jon Higgins 2nd
place. Mount Gilead won lst place in the Chapter team and
Industrial Bowl contests and was named the Outstanding Chap-
ter in Ohio. Eric Bush was also selected as the Outstanding
Industrial Arts Student in Ohio.
IAC: Front Row: Mr. Merrill Brucker, Jeff Roush, Jon Higgins, Chad Casto, Jeff Hayes, Don Jackson, Tony Nicholson, Jeff Miley,
Eric Bush, Steve McFarland, Travis Schindley. Row 2: Bob Ruhl, Doris Bevan, Jimmy Jones, Lane Miller, Keith Shipman, Bob
Belcher, Ted Furniss, Tom Waddell, Mark Peters, Randi McQuistion, Mark Crawford, Rob Chalfant, Larry Skinner. Back Row:
Randy Baker, Gail Snell, Tadd Nicholson, Troy Rhodebeck, Dan Swihart, Tim Hack, Jim Wise, John Harbaugh, Virgil Schofield,
Bob Whitman, Andy Hoffman.
Members of the Mount Gilead Chapter of the FFA par-
ticipated in a wide variety of activities. As part of the
chapter's Building Our American Community project,
members of the chapter completed the construction of
planter boxes in downtown Mount Gilead and new signs
for the municipal recreation area. The chapter received
a plaque in recognition of this project at the District 3
FFA Officers' Training School and Awards Banquet held
at Pioneer JVS. In November Mount Gilead hosted the
county Parliamentary Procedure Contest. The chapter
received a gold rating, placing a close second to North-
mor. Also in November, Advisor Roger Beck and a group
of students toured several agri-business facilities and
attended the National FFA Convention in Kansas City.
The local chapter observed National FFA Week with May-
or Giauque issuing an official proclamation. Again this
year, the FFA sponsored Ag Day in the elementary
schools. During the year Mount Gilead's judging teams
competed and won trophies in contests at Wellston,
West Muskingum, Wynford, and New Lexington. Several
members of the chapter received individual awards this
year. Tracy Schindley placed 3rd in the District Public
Speaking Contest at Monroeville. Tracy and Lisa Bishop
were selected to attend the National FFA Leadership
Conference in Washington, D.C. At the State Conven-
tion, Brian Dye was chosen to play in the All-Ohio State
FFA Band, and Tracy Schindley sang in the All-Ohio State
FFA Chorus. Tom Gompf received his State Farmer De-
gree at the convention.
Some of the Mount Gilead students attending the National FFA
Convention pose for a picture outside the convention hall.
They are CBottom5 David Compton, CRow 25 Rob Snyder, Scott
Gompf, Troy Landon, QTop Rowj Mike Bush, Anthony Bush,
Shannon Lemley, and Brian Gray.
FFA: Front Row: Patty Baughman, Paul Palmer, Mary Jo Anthony, Earl Linder, Darren Shade, April Anthony, Tracy Schindley,
Travis Schindley, Todd Ullom, Tom Gompf, Eric Bush, Bob Everly. Row 2: Brian Barnett, Brian Gray, Eric Walters, Steve
McFarland, Matt Vanderkooi, Troy Landon, Andy Hershey, Shannon Lemley, Robin Trimble, Bill Mcloughlin, Melissa Zerman,
Advisor Roger Beck. Row 3:James Massey, Sonny Ball, David Compton, Todd Scott, Shawn Murphy, William Stump, Jay Postell,
James Greenawalt, Marty Wertz. Back Row:Jef Seckel, Corey Murphy, Bill Arnold, Anthony Bush, Curt Robinson, Rob Snyder,
Brian Zerman, Randy Snyder, Randy Chilcote, Jeff Kilgour, Brian Dye.
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The Marching Purple Pride of Mount Gilead
High had a very busy year. Band members par-
ticipated in the MOC and Brunswick marching
band competitions and finished 3rd in the
Brunswick contest. The Purple Pride marched
in numerous parades beginning with the Bu-
cyrus Bratwurst Festival, the Edison Zucchini
Festival, and the Marion Popcorn Festival. Dur-
ing the football season, the band performed at
all of the games and presented a special half-
time show at the Homecoming game. The pre-
sentation of its annual concert ended the
band's fall activities. At the end of the school
year, the band marched in the Memorial Day
Parade and performed at Cedar Point.
The Purple Pride's All-Star Squad which was selected by the vote of
members of the band are Melissa Hart, Eric Bush, Donna White, Steph-
anie Shepard, and Krista Fix in the tree.
BRASS SECTION: Front Row.'Melissa Hines, Jeanie Jason, Kelly Nesbitt, Eric Bush, Damon Osborne, Mike Kirk,
Kirby Francis, Kirsten Carlson, Melinda Cardwell, Chad Casto. Row 2: David Griffey, Gail Mullett, Theresa
Mullen, Brian Dye, Deb McAvoy, Melissa Hart, Susan Reid, Meegan Levering, Dee Branch, Alena Miller, Joel
Seckel, Jeff Ghenco.
WOODWIND SECTION: Front Row:
Keith Votaw, Lizz Pollard, Tammy Van
Houten, Lorie Mynhier. Row 2: Tricia
Murphy, Kelly Plogher, Sheri Burns,
Heidi Hull, Deana Peterson, Lee Ben-
ton, Stacy Drake, Merrlly Jackson,
Roxie Monk, Bonnie Van Sickle, Julie
Mosier. Back Row: Melanie Marsh-
man, Linda Lord, Yvonne Bartman,
William Edwards, Craig Matney,
Stephanie Shepard, Luke Taylor, Kelli
Ashbrook, Audrey Troyer, Lori Gra-
ham, Debbie DeBoard, Angie Moore,
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Amy Applegate sets the beat at Cedar Point.
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Above: PERCUSSION SECTION: First Row: Krista Fix, Wendy Richards.
Row 2: Dennis Geyer, Rod Benson, Marty Wertz, Paul Palmer, Angie
Above., Gail Muuett ways some ..SeriouS,, music- Eggxliiy. Back Row: Todd Ullom, Andy Hoffman, Jom Higgins, Todd
Below: MGHS FLAG CORPS: Captain Lisa Snyder, Angie Levings, Lisa Shoewalter, Connie Davis, Sheri Hall, Brenda
DeBoard, Michelle Cotton, Angie Furniss, Kim Beall, Heidi Van Horn.
Band Performs Many Times During The Year
The Concert Band was involved in a
number of musical activities this year. In
addition to the annual Christmas, winter,
and spring concerts, the band played at
the O.M.E.A. large group contest. The
band also performed at the Music Boost-
ers' fourth annual Ice Cream Social which
was held in the Cherry Street gymnasium.
Playing for the Commencement exercises
ended the band's activities. At the Spring
Music Awards Banquet, Krista Fix re-
ceived the John Philip Sousa Award for
being selected the outstanding band
member for the year.
PERCUSSION SECTION: Standing: Todd Decker, Marty Wertz, Dennis Geyer.
Row 2: Todd Ullom, Paul Palmer, Wendy Richards, Jeff Levings, Jon Higgins,
Rod Benson. Back Row: Amy Applegate, Angie Harvey.
WOODWIND SECTION: Front Row: Luke Taylor, Donna White, Melanie Marshman, Krista Fix, Debbie DeBoard,
Steve Booth. Row 2: Bonnie VanSickIe, Roxie Monk, Julie Mosier, Merrily Jackson, Angie Moore, Lizz Pollard,
Audrey Troyer, Brenda DeBoard, Jodi Farris, Linda Lord, Stephanie Shepard. Back Row: Stacy Siegfried, Sherri
Burns, Tammy Hicks, Debbie James, Craig Matney, Yvonne Bartman, Kelly Plogher, Deana Peterson, Stacy
Drake, Angie Levings, Greta Loren, Jennifer Hootman, Lorie Mynhier, Tammy Van Houten, Keith Votaw, Lori
BRASS SECTION: Kneeling: Mike Kirk,
Lorena Augenstein, Jeanie Jason, Kim
Beall, Theresa Mullen, Gall Mullett,
Kelly Nesbitt, Melinda Cardwell. Row
2: David Griffey, Andy Hoffman, Chad
Casto, Melissa Hines, Meegan Lever-
ing, Melissa Hart, Alena Miller, Brian
Dye, Kirby Francis. Back Row: Joel
Seckel, Damon Osborne, Dee Branch,
Debbie McAvoy. ln Tree: Kirsten
Choir Gets "Excellent" Rating At Contest
The Senior Girls' Ensemble gives its last performance at
The Mt. Gilead High School Concert Choir and the
show choir, Celebration, had an active year. ln addition
to the annual Christmas, winter, and spring concerts,
the choir was invited to sing carols at the State House
Rotunda in Columbus for the second year. The concert
choir received an "excellent" at OMEA large group con-
test. They also sang for the Lenten Service at Edison
United Methodist Church. The show choir sang for many
service and social groups throughout the year. Both
groups performed for the Music Boosters' annual Ice
Cream Social. To end the year the concert choir and
senior girls' ensemble sang at Commencement
CELEBRATION: Tricia McHugh, Keith Votaw, Meegan Levering, Stephanie Shepard, Scott Curts, Angie Levings, Tammy Redmon,
Nancy Whitman, Jodi Farris, Jeff Levings, Pam Bedwell, Angie Furniss, William Edwards, Susan Reid.
CONCERT CHOIR: Front Row:Director Bruce Histed, Vicki McCrea, Doris Bevan, Tina Bunker, Lori Persinger, Lori Mynhier, Kim
Beall, Meegan Levering, Angie Rankin, Nicki Wagner, Stacy Siegfried, Heidi Van Horn, Deb Burgandine, Melissa Hines, Tricia
McHugh, Sherri Burns. Row 2: Kim Keith, Janet Fout, Linda Lord, Leana Scott, Theresa Mullen, Cindy Reed, Susan Hunt, Keith
Votaw, Angie Furniss, Stephanie Shepard, Susan Reid, Noel Van Romer, Misti Cotton. Row 3: Gail Snell, Tracy Smith, Julie
Mosier, Gail Mullett, William Edwards, Kelly Cook, Matt Bartholomew, Kirby Francis, Merrily Jackson, Matthew Beltz, Sheri Hall,
Brenda DeBoard, Jodi Farris, Nancy Whitman. Back Row: Jody Edwards, April Spencer, Michelle Lambert, Brian Dye, Connie
Davis, Vicki Rose, Todd Decker, Brenda Mullett, Tammy Redmon, Angie Levings, Lorena Augenstein, Jim Wise, Jeff Harbaugh,
Mount Gilead DECA ls Tops In District
The Mount Gilead DECA Club
swept the annual district contest
at Richland Mall in Mansfield.
Mount Gilead placed first out of
18 schools with 85 points to sec-
ond place Clear Fork's 42 points.
Local students winning awards
were Doris Bevan, Mitch Hutchin-
son, Angela Jackson, Dawn
Troyer, Pam Bedwell, Deena
Maddy, David Griffey, Joe Ballard,
Stacy Siegfried, Joey Jones,
Becky Smith, Vicky Whitman,
Maurice Graham, Gail Snell, Kathy
Fricke, Melody Fletcher, Jamie
Fisher, Julie Rogers, Bruce Ram-
sier, Lynette Morgan, Christina
Graham, Debbie Wiseman, Randy
Gould, John Harbaugh, Cindy
Morrison, Amy Guiher, Tracey
Doran, Susan Hunt, Matthew
JUNIOR DECA: Front Row: Gail Snell, Debbie Burgandine, Doris Bevan, Kathy Fricke
Shelly Machesky, Stacy Siegfried. Back Row: Lynette Morgan, Melody Fletcher, Paula
Belbot, Bruce Ramsier, Angela Jackson, Debbie Wiseman, Becky Smith, Maurice Gra
ham, Elizabeth Roach.
SENIOR DECA: Front Row: Susan Hunt, Deena Maddy, Dawn Troyer, Pam Bedwell. Row 2: Tricia McHugh, Susan Wilcox, Lisa
Bishop, Christina Graham, Heidi Hull, Cathy Knechtly, Vicky Whitman, Tracey Doran, Cindy Morrison. Back Row: Matthew Beltz
Randy Gould, Dennis Geyer, John Harbaugh, Jamie Fisher, Joe Ballard, David Griffey, Mark Wiseman, Joey Jones.
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Front Row: Kathy Green, Pam Reed, Angie Rankin, Tonya Heacock, Melanie Marshman, Beth Bensley,
Leana Scott. Back Row: Randy Baker, Jodi Rosenberger, Don Jackson, Michelle Hedrick, Brenda
Muilett, Alicia Ault, Mrs. Robin Brucker.
Front Row: Melody Fletcher, Pam Reed, Roni Rosenberger, Kelly Nesbitt, Lizz Pollard, Damon Os-
borne, Shanna Levering, Kristen Fidler. Row 2: Mr. James Miller, Merrily Jackson, Lynette Morgan,
Tom Cooper, Jodi Rosenberger, Michelle Hedrick, Angie Rankin, Jeanie Jason, Randi McQuistion,
Brian Brinkerhoff. Back Row.'Jennifer Kimmey, David Griffey, Cindy Curl, Lisa Crawford, Alicia Ault.
Kneeling: Lisa Shoewalter, Angie Levings, Greta Loren, Susan Reid, Donna White, Linda Lord, Kristin
Fidler, Audrey Troyer, Tonya Heacock. Row 2: Melissa Hines, Brenda DeBoard, Debbie Burgandine,
Michelle Cotton, Sheri Hall, Lisa Edwards, Lee Benton, Kelley Cook, Melinda Cardwell, Tonya Rupp,
Kris Counts, Angie Furniss, Valerie Schimmoeller, Dee Branch, Donna Grimm, Michele Walter, Debbie
George, Renee Corral. Back Row: Candee Harden, Lorena Augenstein, Deb McAvoy, Thad Fidler, Dick
Nelson, Tim Hack, Jeff Roush, Jeff Harbaugh, Todd Decker, Mike Kirk.
Doris Bevan, Gail Snell, Tony Nicholson, Tom Waddell, Dan Swihart, Jeff Miley, Rick Moss, Mike Bush,
Eric Bush, Jim Wise, Advisor Merrill Brucker.
Knee-ling.'Tony Nicholson, Greta Loren, Misti Cotton, Stephanie Shepard, Kristin Fidler. Standing:Eric
Bush, Krista Fix, Cindy Curl, Melissa Maslar, Teresa Rhodebeck, Mindy McChesney, Valorie McAvoy,
Michele Palmer, Lisa Crawford, Roni Rosenberger, Cindy Comfort, Jeff Miley, Monty LaRue.
Front Row: Jennifer Kimmey, Tammy Hicks, Angie Harvey, Kristin Fidler, Shelly Machesky, Misti
Cotton, Susan Reid, Sherri Hall, Debbie Burgandine, Brenda DeBoard, Melinda Cardwell, Noel Van
Romer. Back Row: Matt Bartholomew, Theresa Mullen, Gail, Mullett, Greta Loren, Angie Levings,
Lorena Augenstein, Debbie McAvoy, Advisor Virginia Meyer, Jeff Harbaugh, Tom Strong.
Patricia Carr, Angie McMilIin, Sherry Persinger, Heidi Van Horn, Brenda DeBoard, Donna Grimm, Stacy
Siegfried, Shelly Machesky, Kathy Fricke, Sherri Burns, Lori Persinger, Sherry Davis, Debbie DeBoard,
Front Row: Advisor Cheryl Trivisonno, Melissa Maslar, Misti Cotton, Susan Reid, Kelli Ashbrook,
Melody Fletcher, Lynette Morgan, Lisa Crawford. Back Row: Mark Peters, Mindy McChesney, Valorie
McAvoy, Michelle Palmer, Kim Wolford, Advisor James Miller, John Harbaugh.
Seated: Becky Collins, Shanna Levering, Shannon Kilgour, Mark White, Rollie Thill. Standing: Lisa
Shoewalter, Advisor Dan Swagerty, Tracy Schindley, Krista Fix, Monty LaRue, Don Jackson, Jamie
Fisher, Angie Rankin, Tressa Kincade.
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Junior High School Staff
EVELYN SHOULTS FRANK PAULMAN
JUNIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL JUNIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STAFF: Front Row: Marcia Cooper - Physical Education, Janet Yake - Home Ed. and L.D., Ann Campbell-
English 8 and Reading 7, Joyce Giauque -Librarian, Cathy Oyster - English 7 and Reading 7, Virginia Meyer - Guidance Counselor.
Row2: Rita Kimmey - Reading, Bob Castner - Physical Education and Health, Joanne Hill- Speech and Hearing, Robert Lust- ln-
strumental Music, James Stockdale - Special Education. Back Row:John Oyster - Science 7 and Math 8, Frank Paulman - Junior
High Principal, Wilford Keil - History 8 and Math 8, William Schindley - Industrial Arts, Olen Jackson Physical Education and
Health, Cris King - Social Studies, Bruce Histed - Vocal Music, Edward Kimmey - Science 7 and Math 8. Staff Not Pictured:
Dorothy Bishop - Math 7 and Algebra 8.
T. J. Clark
Above: As a speech assignment in Mrs. Campbell's English
class, John Christman explains trapping techniques and dis-
plays some of his furs to the class.
R1ght:Robin Peterson and Julie Seckel present a puppet show
using Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf to illustrate
child care to students in Home Ec.
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By playing the game Food Bingo, Sth grade Home Economics
students learn the Basic Four Food Groups. Stacy Beck, Ma-
linda Chalfant, and Melanie Spearman play the game.
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM: The Ju-
nior High football team was 2-3-1 forthe
season and posted victories over Card-
ington and Marion Edison. Front Row:
Nathan Hull, Scott Stephenson, Travis
Benson, David Fitzgerald, Jeff Elliott,
Mike Green, John Trout. Row 2: Nathan
Cotton, Jason Raber, Reece Martin, Paul
Pendleton, Brett Shoewalter, Steve
Fuller, Ryan Cardwell, Scott Bergandine,
Back Row: Harvey Keenan, Kraig Ship-
man, Joe Edwards, Jerry Murray, Adam
Kalb, Mike McKinney, John Christman,
EIGHTH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL
TEAM: The Eighth Grade basketball team
placed second in the MOC tournament.
The team completed their season with a
10-4 record. Front Row: Joe Wright,
Mike McKinney, Kraig Shipman, Jeff El-
liott, Mike Green, Todd Snyder. Back
Row: Nathan Cotton, Jerry Murray,
Adam Kalb, Joe Edwards, Rob Bishop,
Scott Bergandine, Harvey Keenan, Assis-
tant Coach Robert Webb. Absent: Coach
SEVENTH GRADE BOYS' BASKETBALL
TEAM: The Seventh Grade basketball
team compiled a 7-7 season record. In
the MOC tournament, the team finished
in third place. Front Row: Joel Halfhill,
Derek Jackson, Jimmy Reed, Tom Hack,
Scott White, Paul Mills, Jon Edwards.
Back Row: Sean Luzader, Scott Cook,
Tim Beltz, Ronnie Jackson, Steve Bryan,
Coach Jim Malone, Randy Osborne, Tom
Kalb, Sheldon Campbell, Travis Rupp,
Girls' Team Compiles A 6-0 Season Record
The Junior High Girls' track team
compiled an impressive 6-O record in
its regular season meets. The team
also placed first in the Fredericktown
Invitational and fifth in the Marysville
Relays out of a field of fifteen teams.
EIGHTH GRDE GIRLS' TRACK TEAM:
Front Row: Robin Peterson, Kristen
Maher, Susan Shepard, Malinda Chal-
fant. Row 2: Cherie Thompson, Susie
Sharp, Robin Keene, Cherie Hawk, Mi-
chelle Buckel. Back Row: Tina McFar-
land, Kerry Martinez, Melanie Spearman,
Dawn Wiseman, Lori Kehrwecker, Jill
SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS' TRACK TEAM:
Front Row: Jennifer Tschudi, Mindy Sta-
ley, Kim Staiger, Nanette Crawford, Ab-
bey Francis, Angie Davis, Row 2: Melissa
Beuerlein, Sharla Sharrock, Cindy Sny-
der, Teresa Gould, Kathy Denman, Cris-
tine Wilson, Amy Vanderkooi. Back Row:
Teri Morton, Susan Burden, Shanna
Richards, Jenny Furniss, Cindy Toot,
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the Fredericktown Invitational, breaks the tape inthe 100 me-
ters in 13.0 record time. Robin also set new meet records in
the 220 and the long jump.
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Boys Track Team Finishes Season At 5-1
The Junior High Boys' track team
closed out its season by placing sev-
enth out of fifteen schools at the
Marysville Relays. For the regular
season, the team had a record of 5-1
and finished second in the Frederick-
EIGHTH GRADE BOYS' TRACK TEAM:
Front Row: Brian Stotts, Lonnie Scott,
Paul Pendleton, Jon Turner, David Mor-
gason, David Fitzgerald, Randy Casto,
Troy Miller. Row 2: Scott Stephenson,
Travis Benson, Mike Green, Mike McKin-
ney, Kraig Shipman, T.J. Clark, Brian
Hoffman, Jim Brey, Coach Pete Dettra.
Back Row: Nathan Cotton, Steve Fuller,
Adam Kalb, Jerry Murray, Scott Burgan-
dine, Dennis Busse, Matt Carwell.
SEVENTH GRADE BOYS' TRACK TEAM:
Front Row: David Simpson, Aaron Craw-
ford, Jim Reed, Scott White, Jeff Bais-
den, Scott Claffey, Jeff Moss. Row2:J.D.
Junk, Derek Jackson, Ronnie Jackson,
Brian Bulkowski, Sheldon Campbell,
Chad Watkins, Tom Kalb, Corey Koep-
pen. Back Row:Travis Rupp, Scott Cook,
Randy Osborne, Clay Brady, Steve Bry-
an, Joe Halfhill, Tom Hack, Chris Martin,
Coach Pete Dettra.
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Scott Burgandine puts all his effort into throwing the shot Scott Cook has good height and form as he competes in the
long lump at Fredericktown.
Junior High students crated a wide variety of out-
fits for Funny Fashion Day. Some students with
zany outfits are CBottom Rowj Jeff Ryan, Scott
White, Scott Stephenson, fRow 22 Cherie Hawk,
Jill Seckel, Sharla Sharrock, Jill Howard, CTop
Rowj Tony Williamson, and Paul Mills.
David Siimpson, Melissa Beurerlein, and Kristin
Bulkowski present a skit for their classmates.
During the week of November 5-9 as part of a contest and community
project, the Junior High Student Council sponsored a food collection for the
Community Action Program. Over 550 food items were collected with Mrs.
Cooper's homeroom winning the prize of a donut breakfast. Council advisor
Ann Campbell, Kristin Maher, Shanna Richards, and Jerry Murray are shown
packaging boxes of food.
The Junior High choir, with Paul Pendleton accompanying, sings at the
Music Boosters' ice cream social.
In science class Dionne Noble assists Veterinarian William Taylor take a
sample of blood from a dog to test the animal for canine heartwork disease.
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SEVENTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS
Bottom:Jenny Furniss. Center:Jenni
fer Tschudi, Shanna Richards, Sharla
Sharrock, Kristin Bulkowski. Top: Me
EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS
Bottom:JiIl Seckel. Center: Lori Kehr
wecker, Chris Street, Robin Peterson
Dawn Wiseman. Top: Rachel Lindsay
Cherry Street School Staff
BONNIE GALLEHER PATRICK GIAR
CHERRY STREET SECRETARY CHERRY STREET ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL
CHERRY STREET ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL STAFF: Bottom Row: Karen
Edwards - Kindergarten, Jane Perrin -
Second Grade, Miss Cynthia Myers -
DH, Bonnie Galleher - Secretary. Row
2:Jane Rathburn - Third Grade, Thel-
ma May - Teachers' Aide, Patricia
Trimble - Fourth Grade, Dolores Reut-
ter - Third Grade. Top Row: Barbara
Fricke - Fifth Grade, Patricia Rinehart
- Fourth Grade, Jane Brucker - Third
Grade, Judith Graham - Second
Grade, Cathie Burson - Fourth Grade,
Melody Houk - Second Grade, Karen
Hawk - Substitute. Staff Members Not
Present: Rhonda Dettra - Fifth Grade,
Jerry Bloomfield - Fifth Grade, Barba-
ra Doty - Art, Linda Kahler - LD, Sara
Lindsey - Reading.
Edison Elementary Staff
EDISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STAFF: Bottom Row: Robert Lust - Instrumental Music, Earl Smith - Custodian,
Theresa McWhorter - EMRXDH, Bob Castner - Physical Education, Edmund Fidler - Sixth Grade, Peter Dettra - Sixth
Grade, Gladys Starlin - Fifth Grade. Row 2: Roberta Kalb - LD Tutor, Della Lyon - Sixth Grade, Phylis Miller - Sixth
Grade, Helen Farrington - First Grade, Penny Reeve - Third Grade, Paula Hritz - Second Grade. Row 3: Marilyn Dix - Li-
brarian, Bonnie Levering - Fourth Grade, Connie Higgins - Teachers' Aide, Ann Bloomfield - LDXBD, Luane Gale - Vocal
Music, Stephanie Roarty - Edison School Principal. Top Row: Linda Gray - Edison School Secretary, Doris Baird -
Second Grade, Jan Cox - Teachers' Aide, Nancy Maslar - Kindergarten, Joanne Hill- Speech and Hearing, Roberta
Sample - Second Grade.
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SIXTH GRADE: Front Row: Troy Kin-
cade, Ray Mullen, Dawn Shade,
Shane Schaffer, Jeri Taylor. Row 2:
Kelly Beall, Willie Prichard, Mike
McCreary, Shannon Thompson, Bob
Drake, Jenny Higgins, Heather Ow-
ens, Suzi Decker. Back Row: Mr. Pete
Dettra, Heidi Weaver, Bill Baldwin,
Melissa Ohler, Brandy Keen, Tom
Smith, Scott Austin, Eric Haycook,
Harold Smith, Bill Best. Absent: Bob
SIXTH GRADE: Front Row:Scott Trim-
mer, Brian Perry, Travis Redmond,
Mike Binau, Andy Drake. Row 2:
Elaine Walters, Rhonda Mynhier, La-
rissa Skinner, Amy Smith, Holly Hart,
Kellie Bradley, Lizzy Baughman. Row
3: Tony lman, Travis Wright, Jason
Brooke, Mike McAvoy, Robert Walker,
Mandy George, April Van Romer,
Becky Lyon, Jennifer Adams. Back
Row: Mr. Edmund L. Fidler.
SIXTH GRADE: Front Row: Kelly Wilt,
Matt Peterson, Mike Beck, Blaine
Yeagley, DeeDee Fissell, Chris Con-
grove. Row 2: Lisa Scott, Melanie Kur-
tich, Billie Jo Swain, Richard
Scarberry, Chris Parker, Jeremy
Chubb, Robbie Miller. Back Row: lnez
Wright, Jackie Lewis, Chris Ogle, Kim
Hollingsworth, Carrie Cole, Julie
Scott, Angie Smith, Niki Streib, Amy
Wilson, Mrs., Phylis Miller. Absent:
Paul Bidwell, Angie Celli, Terri McCoy,
SIXTH GRADE: Front Row:
Brian Farley, Joel Hedrick,
Spencer Bennett, Crystal
McCurdy, Jason Webb, Jen-
ny Hill, Debbie Kirk, John
Powell, Jeremy Shipman, Ali-
son Quinn, Wendi Garverick.
Row 2: Travis Kidwell, Jon
Mermann, Wendy Morgason,
Todd McQuistion, Ray Van
Horn, Doug Jackson, Ray
Castner, Marilynn Clark,
Wanda Comfort, Carrie Os-
borne, Brandie Salisbury,
Trina Stump. Back Row: Mrs.
ln the sixth grade boys' relay race on Field Day, Jeremy Lan-
The sixth garde choir performs as part of the program for the
Music Boosters' ice cream social.
don hands off the baton to Jeremy Chubb.
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After being the big one-day sellers in the magazine selling con-
,, . . . . . test, Marilynn Clark and John Powell earned their class the
glass Wmdow deggns from 3 project In the Study of medmval right to have Claude for a day. Because of their great selling
mstory' job, Mrs. Lyon's class got to keep Claude permanently.
Amy Wilson and Kim Hollingsworth display their "stained
While studying advertising in reading class, Jackie Lewis, Josh
Mason, Matt Peterson Cln Boxj, Jenny Higgins, and Angie
Smith use the bandwagon technique for advertising their prod-
uct Funky Punky Detergent.
Miss Barbara Doty gives six graders assistance on their art
Six graders take turns working in the cafeteria. Billie Jo Swain,
April Van Romer, and Doug Jackson do a great on the trays.
On Field Day, Elaine Walters, Jenny Higgins, and Angie Smith
watch Debbie Kirk take her turn in the long jump.
Heidi Weaver, Eric Haycook, and Billy Baldwin show Mr. Dettra
the Christmas decorations they made for the Bank One Christ-
Mrs. Miller's social studies class takes a walking historical tour
of Edison. '
Literary Week Centers On Mountain Life
For author Cynthia Rylant Week, the first grade teachers and students at the Primary
Center dress as people in the mountains would dress.
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School marm Barbara Fricke gives her little "mountaineers" a
Cynthia Rylant, the author of sev-
eral books for children, visited the
Cherry Street and Edison Elemen-
tary Schools on March 14th and
15th. Many of the classes dressed as
characters based on her book,
"When I Was Young in the Moun-
tains". After her presentation to
each group of students, she an-
swered questions and autographed
books. Her visit culminated several
weeks of art, music, literary, and
craft activities centered around the
"mountain" theme of several of her
Above: Author Cynthia Rylant signs as autograph for Edison
fifth grader Jason Fletcher.
Left: Music teacher Luane Gale uses a mountain zither to ac-
company one of her music classes.
"SlS! BOOM! BAH!" a youth musical was
presented by the Cherry Street fifth
graders. Music teacher Mrs. Luane Gale,
with the help of the fifth grade teachers,
directed the production. The two-act,
fun-filled football musical was about
school spirit, teamwork, never giving up,
and doing your best no matter what you
do. Right: The school spirit at Whatcha-
macallit High is extremely low. Knute
Rockne CMark Bennettj gives advice to
Coach Agnes Gooch CKristi Grahamj dur-
ing a pep rally for the team and student
body. Rockne says, "Just think about
beating State." Below: Team captains
Kevin Kelley Ueremy Batchellerj from
Whatmacallit High and Billy Bully
CDewayne Westh from State wait for the
flip of the con from referees CRyan Pen-
dleton and Joshua Smithb.
FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Bob-
by Grimm, Andy Cotton, Ron
Ness, Mike Fricke. Row 2: Jer-
emy Batcheller, Nicky Simpson,
Larry Persinger, Bobby Mc-
Hugh, Sheila Howard, Lori Best,
Cathy Casto, Brenda Greer,
Mindi McAvoy, Ryan Curtis, Tra-
cy Korody. Back Row: Kristi
Graham, Angela Morgason,
Mark Nuce, Kevin Cook, Tony
Hupfer, Tim McKinriiss, Joshua
Smith, Jay Osborne, Michelle
Van Sickle, Delisa Garris, Ted
Betz, Shane Chellette, Dewayne
West. Absent: Mrs. Rhonda
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FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Patty Cor-
dle, Shanna Stansbery, Carla Castle,
P.T. Hedrick, Tami Foor, Nikki Black,
Kelly Sinden, Pam Powers. Row 2:
Luke Hill, Heidi Cover, Jason Fletcher,
Jackie Feustel, Gwen George, Tracy
McCoy, Amy Casto, Mae Larkin. Back
Row: Jeff Murray, Mike Jiles, Dwight
Wiley, Aaron Casto, Bryan Damron,
Chrissy Hoffman, Tiffany Czahor, Jeni
Murphy, Michelle Bartman, Angie
Turner, Mrs. Gladys Starlin. Absent:
Tina Huffman, Jessie Reeder.
FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Kerry Toot,
Carla Puckett, Heather Bensley,
Sandy Grau, Keith Brown, Mark Ben-
nett. Row 2: Angie Weir, Autumn
Naysmith, Heidi Sprague, Rob James,
Adam Rensch, Jeff Ogle, Scott Rans-
bottom, Brian Levering, Carl Harruff,
Mike Neal, Kevin Overmoyer. Back
Row: Beth Vonder Embse, Craig Ed-
gell, Joel Freese, Ryan Pendleton,
Steve Hack, Shawn Kehrwecker,
Ryan Miller, Dulcy Miller, Malia Tor-
rey, Karie Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Barbara
FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Lisa
Pridemore, Jenny Sheets,
Jenny Gress, David Young, Bil-
ly Greenawalt, Robert Ba-
chelder, Bobbie Jo Downer,
lvy Hedrick, Dawn Marshman,
Brooke Fuller, Shannan
Scholes. Back Row: Brian
Moss, Chad Williams, Danny
Shelley, Michael Gustafson,
Mark Carwell, Jenny Buchan-
an, Penny Wolford, Jason
Scott, Amber Clark, Melissa
Geyer, Angie Mullins, Damon
Durre, Kevin Ferrington. Ab-
sent: Mr. Jerry Bloomfield.
Fifth grade band l'Tlel'T1bel'S JaSOl"l Fl6tCl'leT and Nicky Simpson is dressed in her best
Autumn Naysmith play a trumpet duet at the Mu- "go to meetin"' mountain costume
sic Boosters' ice cream social. for Cynthia Rylant week.
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and Kristi Graham present a skit for their
book. Kristi is a drumstick.
FOURTH GRADE: Front Row: 'E JA, W
Andy Davis, Kim Stanley, Bran- yu
dy Griffith, Tracy Shaffer, Linda
Finchman, Robert Davis. Row 2:
Jolene Powell, Andy Baughman,
Michelle Shinaberry, Brad
Swain, Jenni See, Nathan Say-
ers, Christine Shelley, Jason
Shipman, Stephanie Bartley,
Matt Denman. Back Row: Bud-
dy Rose, Bobbie Jo Huffman,
Justin Jason, Danella Branch,
Jessica Raber, Larry Mason,
Nikki Landon, Thirza Chard, Ca-
sey Thomas, Heather Morton,
Mrs. Cathie Burson.
FOURTH GRADE: Front Row:
Thomas Steinhelfer, Bruce
Shockley, Jamie Paxton, Paul
Bircher. Row 2: Tony Mathews,
Kipp Friend, Abby Haag, Jahna
Street, Annette Pfeiffer, Steve
Pfeifer, Michelle Higgins, Paula
Schimmoeller, Andrea Lanum.
Back Row: Scott Bunker, Jenny
Batcheller, Lori Normant, Bobbi
Jo Wilson, Jody McLain, Christy
Roush, Jenny Crawford, Kristen
Dye, Eric Watkins, Shannon
Campbell, John Burgandine, Jo-
dee Seckel. Absent: Myron
Clark, Mrs. Pat Rinehart.
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John Keith, Robert Park,
Mike Ashcraft, Jason Gheen,
Mike Wood, Matt Owens.
Row2:Jeremy Gordon, Sean
Snyder, Shane Smith, Trent
Kincade, Roxanna Wilt,
Tsawya Van Romer, Tonya
Bailey, Rachel Crawford, Me-
lissa Tate. Back Row: Mrs.
Bonnie Levering, Angelina
Roberts, Leslie.Snyder, Bud-
dy Powell, Jeremy Stafford,
Jason Hanes, Daniel Hord,
Jeremy Bailey, Kara Gallo-
way, Misty Orcena, Jennifer
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Malena Greer, Nichole Bais-
den, Brandy Wren, Jeannette
Chase, Stacy Welch, Scott
Main, Corie Evans, Joshua
Hershey, Angela Loffer, Jere-
mie West. Back Row: Miss
Patricia Tribble, Toni Mann,
Shannon Ross, Christopher
Conant, Kerrie Van Sickle,
Nicky McHugh, Vicki Collins,
Jennifer Zerman, Jenny
Street, 'Michelle Quinn, Brid-
get Webb, Kathy Strayer.
Each student in Miss Tribble's reading
class developed a quilt square illustrating
and writing the title of their favorite
book. Wayne Belden, Charlie Snyder,
Jeannette Chase, Jeremie West, and
Scott Main are pictured with the Reading
Quilt which was displayed on the hall bul-
letin board in Cherry Street.
FOURTH GRADE: Front Row:
Fultz, Charlie Snyder. Row 2:
THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Jon
Tschudi, Nicole Shinaberry, Charlene
Blanton, Justin Harruff, John Carwell,
Mike Thompson, Jerry Korody, Carl
Caldwell. Row 2: Angie Groves, Sherri
Congrove, Lindy Fitzgerald, Brittany
Tobin, Hallie Wagner, Brent Rush,
Mike Friend, Chuck Sterling, Michael
Martinez. Back Row: Robert Frost,
Tina Newsome, Robyn Kline, Bryan
Vanderkooi, Jerry Bailey, Bobby Man-
ning, Ed Finchman, Dominic DePolo,
Mrs. Jane Rathburn. Absent: Racquel
THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Shelly
Ross, Bobby DeBoard, Jeff Bryan,
Gary Hackworth, Mike Lufaso, Mandy
Kehrwecker, Melanie Stockdale, Nikki
Robinson, Shawn Shipman. Row 2:
Rebecca Jackson, Amie Clements,
Clayton Hershner, Matt Leonard,
Travis Yoakam, Aaron Bush, Jeremy
Keith, Brandon McClelland. Back
Row: Shane Clark, Ebben Sample,
Adam Castner, Corri West, Angie Ly-
ons, Susie Von der Embse, Ricky
Welch, Anne Strunk, Mrs. Dolores Re-
utter. Absent: Jamie Thomas.
THIRD GRADE: Front Row:Jason Rog-
ers, Andy Sherbourne, Bryan Guy, Ja-
son Jennings, Ryan Snyder, Robbie
Thomas, Jamie Lilly. Row 2: Jennifer
Dailey, Suzy Blanton, Tracy Barnett,
Julie Morgason, Jaime Wells, Amy
Lindsey, Karen Overmoyer, Ann Ma-
rie Frazier, Emily Wasserman. Back
Row: Nathan Richardson, Shawn
McClelland, Sean Williams, Aaron
Haycook, Adam Staley, Peter Wasser-
man, Shawn Malone, Jeremy Burns,
Michael Leonard, Cory Collins, Mrs.
THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Don Fissell, Erica Galloway, Glenn West, Mandy Czahor, Eric Powell, Robert Fitzpatrick, Jill
Richards, Dinah Hoffman, Casey Roy, Jessica Van Horn, Amanda Bradley, Angie Ryan. Row 2: Marla Wolfe, Brian Cordle,
Jennifer Gordon, Quenton Edwards, Chucky Starlin, Chad Disterdick, Brian Pangborn, Becky Larkin, Billy Howell, Mike
Gerasimof, Margie Bruning, LeeAnn Gollehon, Georgann Brey.
Thirza Chard CLeftJ and Michelle Higgins lead the fourth grade
girls' sack race at Field Day.
Edison second and third graders visit Chet Snyder's sugar
camp, Edison school aide Jan Cox explains the syrup-making
operation to the students.
SECOND GRADE: Front Row: W
Jason Hammond, Jeremy
Eichler, Scott Lambert, Don-
ald McCurdy, Jessica Wren,
April Steinhelfer, Tracy
Miller, Rachel Mills, Stacey
Blanton, Lisa Ashcraft, Mi-
chelle Dorsten. Back Row:
Mrs. Jane Perrin, Brian To-
bin, Jason Williams, Samuel
Kalb, Travis Waddell, Nathan
Wilt, Michael Russell, Jona-
than Corwin, Jessica Her-
shey, Amber Franks, Tara
Meadows, Michelle Hawk.
SECOND GRADE: Front Row:
Jason Weber, Brandi Grosh,
Farah Scott, Billy Reinbeau,
Joanna Peterson, Cecil
George, Lynn Golden, Trisha
Hart, Heather Brooke, Lisa
Wilt, Anna Patterson, Leah
Johnson. Row 2: Chain
Bilger, Gerry Persinger, Gary
Staley, Adam Dean, Alan
Gordon, Danny Arndt, Jer-
emy Gable, Travis Smith,
Chris Wood, Mark Gustafson,
Mandy Jones, Mark Meftah.
Back Row: Mrs. Judith
SECOND GRADE: Front Row:
Mike Lyons, Jon Chubb, Ran-
dy Smith, David Baldwin,
Chantel Porter, Mary
McKnight, Tonya Howard,
Heather Strait, Stacy Som-
mers, Steven Hardin. Back
Row: Kenneth Bircher, Mike
Morrison, David Finchman,
Jake Frost, Mike Pridemore,
Sherri Reed, Amanda McCar-
dle, Tim Sloulin, Jeff Young,
Joseph See, Benji Mosher,
Dale Damron, Miss Melody
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On election day Mrs. Jackson's room set up a voting precinct
to vote for president and sheriff. Precinct workers Carrie Co-
lumber, Sarah Porter, Trevor Ward, and Stacy Mathews ex-
plain voting rules to Eric Masterson from Mrs. Craner's room.
SECOND GRADE: Front Row:
Dean Paxton, Chris Huffman,
Kenny Mounts, Brent Cover,
Steve Postell, Chris Reeder.
Row 2: Matthew Hanshaw,
Larry Leonhard, Nathan
Hartpence, Tracy Kidwell,
Jessica Binau, Tracy Lanum,
Janice Parker. Back Row:
Danielle Buckel, Lisa Corbin,
Shawn Thompson, Bridget
Browning, lsakimi Van
Romer, Clifford Kaiser Jr.,
Jean Kincaid, Christine Kyle,
Mrs. Paula Hritz.
SECOND GRADE: Front Row:
Jeremy Conant, Annette
Grimm, Jeramie Lackey,
Owen Miller, Eric Shaffer,
Michael Dodds, Jasmine
Lanum, Erica Rensch, Frank
Hamilton, Geoff George. Row
2: Mike Murphy, Leslie Wood,
Stephanie Cole, Matthew
Harper, Shawn Stansbery,
Michele Weir, J. Clover, Tyler
Schindley, Kyle Oyster, Amy
Beardsley, Michael Waugh,
Doug West. Back Row: Mrs.
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Student dress in Mrs. Graham's second grade reflects the elementary
school theme of "Mountain Mania" on Cynthia Rylant Day.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Nathan
Newson, Stephanie Jones, Melissa
Corwin, Tonya Brown, Trevor
Hershner, Chris Miller, Jim Jones.
Row 2: Craig Lewis, Tina Loffer, Missy
Rush, Jill Freese, Gerrilin Eggleston,
Sidney Chard, Alona Starlin, Jason
Seitz. Back Row: Mrs. Mary Craner,
Billy Eusey, Tammy Rine, April Bal-
dwin, Ben Yeagley, Chad VanSickle,
Sarah McKinniss, Susan Bill.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Nikki Pow-
ell, Nathan Rogers, Jessica Hershner,
Victoria Jordan, Willie Tate, Row 2:
Russell Kuykendall, Toby Edgell,
Shawn Sharp, Larry Harrod, Erica
Banks, Shannon Robinson, Sara Bal-
dwin, Seth Jackson. Back Row: Mrs.
Anna Mary Cronenwett, Angie Ogden,
Tiffany Shaffer, Nikki Mathews, Ruth
Ann Martinez, Shane Smith, Brooke,
Arndt, Jessika Russell, Erin Bland,
Duane Boggs, Tina Grau.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row: Linda
Mounts, Jesse Stockdale, Trevor
Ward, Paula Landon, Clay Hedrick,
Rachel Coldwell, Eddy Best, Steph-
anie Bloomfield. Row 2: Chad
Hershner, Joslyn Mills, Stacy Math-
ews, Brooke Montgomery, Andrea
Nelson, Joshua Baldwin, Cris Boehm,
Andrew Haag, Ronda Torrey. Back
Row: Mrs. Ruby Jackson, Carrie Co-
lumber, Leah Blocksom, Whitney Gar-
verick, Sarah Porter, Barry Morris,
Matthew Shockley, Terry Howard. Ab-
sent: Lacie Richardson.
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Pangborn, Brian Fitzpatrick,
Ricky Bowens, Nicholas Sulli-
van, Roger Kincaid, Ben Gal-
loway, Jeremy Ashba, Kim
Hilgenberg, Timmy West.
Row 2: Travis Miller, Connie
Richey, Jon Fletcher, Chris
Miller, Niki Mulvaine, Scott
Geyer, Jacob Gerasimof,
Vickie Cole, Missy Hol-
sionger, Thomas Stotts,
Ryan Hartpence, Bobby
Starlin, Carrie Fout. Back
Row: Miss Helen Farrington.
Following a story by curriculum coordinator Mrs. Short, Mrs.
Cronenwett's first graders create Perky Pumpkin's house.
Mrs. Short helps students cut out jack-0-lanterns.
Mrs. Craner's first graders play "Upset the Color Wheel" as a
part of Mrs. Doty's art class.
FIRST GRADE: Front Row:
CHERRY STREET MORNING KINDER-
GARTEN: Front Row: Jamie Jones,
Kelly Betz, Crystal Baker, Richard
James, Joni Stevens, Lilly Wasser-
man, April Dix, Ryan Shinaberry, Toni
Wood, Eric Riley. Back Row: Jacob
Meadows, Trinity George, Keith Har-
ruff, Sarah Swain, Jason Whipple, Cori
Toot, Samantha Hutchinson, Joshua
Peterson, Rita West, Tammy Smith,
Mrs. Karen Edwards. Absent: Jessica
Keirns, Angie Lyons.
CHERRY STREET AFTERNOON KIN-
DERGARTEN: FRONT ROW' Bobby
Copley, Mandy Hawk, Brooke Franks,
Margaret Sterling, Charity Howell,
Mike Lyons, Jason Downard, Robin
Wine, Annette Martinez, Billy Catron.
Back Row: Jeremiah Batcheller,
Amanda Staley, Mindy Hawk, Nick
Van Horn, Tammy Persinger, Jody
Greer, Billy Waddell, Butch Newson,
Wendy Trubee, Joey Paxton, Mrs. Ka-
ren Edwards. Absent: Andy Mills.
PRIMARY CENTER MORNING KIN-
DERGARTEN: Front Row: Chad Sny-
der, Lisa Guy, Amanda Hammond,
Kevin Fitzgerald, Kenny West, Mandy
Brady, Amy McLain, Clayton Grau,
Scott Shinaberry, Jason Mosher,
Chris Shinaberry. Back Row: Mrs. Ka-
ren Galleher, Joey Pearce, Alan Fra-
zier, Jeremy Clements, Heather
Moore, Jenny Stojkovic, Shawn Dor-
sten, Elizabeth Smith, Julie Harden,
R. J. Nixon, Phillip Wood.
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DERGARTEN: Front Row: Kelly
Kearns, Brandi Tobin, Mike Henson,
Rachel Ruhl, Shawna Grimsley, Brian
Korody, Amanda West, Cheryl Welch,
Heather Hamilton, Ryan Thoman,
Back Row: Mrs. Karen Galleher, Dan-
ielle Conkle, Jeremiah Jordan, Ryan
Irons, Jessica Jobe, Shelly Frost, Sa-
rah Counts, Rebecca Jones, Stacy
Beam. Absent: Sarah Morrison.
EDISON MORNING KINDERGARTEN:
FRONTROW' Ricky Gullett, Mack Hol-
trey, Kurt Hildebrand, David Wren,
Stacey Smith, Rebecca Lackey, Me-
linda Ebert, Holly Cox, Heather Long,
Cristin King, Travis Fleshman. Back
Row: Myria Edwards, Tammy Miller,
Aaron Sample, Beau Seaburn,
Mathew Griffith, Stacey Hanes, Kim-
berly Bailey, Emily Patterson, Tanya
Clark, Amy Hartman, Tara Hines, Mrs.
EDISON AFTERNOON KINDERGAR-
TEN: Front Row: Timothy McKnight,
Troy Fleschman, Scot Billings, Mi-
chelle Malone, Crystal Turner, Jeri-
miah Carpenter, Chad Gheen, Brandy
Gheen, Jeremy Hetrick. Row 2: Mary
Ellen Haney, Brett McCoy, Vanessa
Ashba, Richard Kuykendall, Patrick
Bradley, Phillip McCurdy, Mandy
Gheen, Amber McDaniels, Kevin Fitz-
patrick. Back Row: Mrs. Jan Cox -
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WILHELM BUILDING ,
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EDISON OHIO 1 N
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PHONE: 946-5733 LQ ff
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OWNER DIX AUTO SERVICE
AAA ROAD SERVICE
GEORGE DIX - OWNER
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO -TR -,J
PHONE: 946-7596 img
12 EAST CENTER STREET .
ALAN W JONES
DRILLING AND PRODUCING
P.O. BOX 329
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 43338
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN OF GALION
GALION, MOUNT GILEAD, MANSFIELD,
RICHLAND MALL, LEXINGTON AVENUE
MANSFIELD AVENUE, SHELBY.
115 NORTH MAIN ST MT GILEAD OHIO
HOME 946 9404 OFFICE 946 4851
Reproduolble Inserts for Your Advertlslng
A , FATE OFFICE
EVERYTHING YOUR OFFICE NEEDS
DESKS CHAIRS SUPPLIES FILES
ADDING MACHINES TYPEWRITERS
33 EAST CENTER ST MT GILEAD OHIO
SELLING EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN
419 947 3813
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Vonnle Hull Realty
And Auction Company
VONNIE HULL BROKER
169 WEST HIGH ST MT GILEAD OHIO
Loren and Powell Bullders
Mt Gilead Ohlo
NEW HOMES REMODELING
ROBERT M LOREN
JOHN D POWELL
STEVE M FULLER
PHONE 9461512 OR 9461511
PHONE: 946-6866 ' '
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MOUNT GILEAD OHIO
Ron Harper Realty
THE RESULTS PEOPLE
HOMES FARMS COMMERCIAL
115 NORTH MAIN STREET
MOUNT GILEAD OHIO 43338
PHONE 947 1075
S VARNER WELL
I SERVICE INC CQKQ
CONTRACT PUMPING 81 SERVICE WORK
MARION COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
GENE VARNER PRESIDENT 309 NORTH MAIN STREET
P O BOX 209 MOUNT GILEAD OHIO MARION OHIO 43302
PHONE 419 946 6826 PHONE 614 382 1129
' UNIFORM RENTALS
CORP, LINEN RENTALS
LOCAL MANAGER - SHIRLEY LLOYD
42 SOUTH MAIN ST. MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO
JIM BARTLETT - OWNER
13 NORTH MAIN ST. MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO
WARREN J. STARLIN C.L.U.
900 MEADOW DRIVE P.O. BOX 286
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 43338
GEORGE 'S DRIVE- IN
PEPSI PRODUCTS AND BOB EVANS SAUSAGE
SANDWICHES NORTH MAIN ST.
SUNDAES MOUNT GILEAD.
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3766 TOWNSHIP ROAD 115
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 43338
651 WEST MARION ROAD
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 43338
DUANE R. SHINABERRY
SHINABERRY INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
All foams or INSURANCE
109 EAST MAIN ST. 77 NORTH MAIN ST.
CARDINGTON, OHIO MT. GILEAD, OHIO
PHONE: 864-2026 PHONE: 946-5261
I MORROW COUNTY'S BEST GRAIN MARKETS I
INTERSTATE 7 1
A STATE ROUTE 95
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO
CLASS OF "Ss"
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CaIedOnla I FAMILY DEPARTMENT
ON THE SQUARE
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO
EDISON, OHIO 43320 PHONE: 947-3007
BILLIARD 8. CYCLE
3 EDISON, OHIO
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22 WEST HIGH ST. MT. GILEAD, OHIO
GOOD LUCK SENIORS OF THE
CLASS OF 1985
i FIELD CONTAINER
I. C. CLARK COMPANY
A WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDIARY
SERVING THE CONCESSION INDUSTRY
FOR 39 YEARS
THE WORLD'S LARGEST POPCORN BOX
2079 CANAAN TWP. ROAD 244
MID-OHIO CHEMICAL COMPANY
,ST. RT. 95, EDISON, 01110
PROFESSIONAL CROP MANAGEMENT
I Designed to return you greater maximum profits
on your fertilizer investments.
Quality Products QQ Top Manrrgcmcnl Ls
The Key To High Profits
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0 Anhydrous Ammonia Spreading
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I Century 21 Fertilizer Seed
Computerized Soil Test Recommendations
Lk High Yield Consulting Data
PIIONE 'II9-.9-I6-I 055
0 Equipment Rentals
BOX 208 EDISON, OHIO 13320
. WHETSTONE LANES INC.
STATE ROUTE 95
' in . PHONE: 946-2076
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I n s u r a n c e "WITH US SERVICE IS A PROFESSION
NOT A SIDELlNE"
INSURANCE FOR EVERY NEED
38 WEST CENTER ST. MT. GILEAD, OHIO
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1985
SUBIL PLASTIX CO.
NORTH DELAWARE STREET
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO
NORTH MAIN STREET
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO
IZEEIE LA N D M A R K
WEST MARION ST. MT. GILEAD, OHIO
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Streib Auto 8r Truck Repair
2900 TOWNSHIP ROAD 136
FARM EQUIPMENT 50 ROSS STREET
SALES 3. SERVICE DELAWARE OHIO
AUTO 81, TRUCK REPAIR
COMPANY PHONE: 614-863-1286 PHONE: 419'946'9726
214 SOUTH ST. MT. GILEAD, OHIO
BOB CASTNER REALTY
900 MEADOW DRIVE
MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO
STATE ROUTE 95
STATE ROUTE 95
KORNER KLIPPERS BEAUTY SALON
MARY K'S GREENHOUSE
STATE ROUTE 95
PFElFER'S BODY SHOP
BOUNDARY AND VINE ST.
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