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

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uc-I-IQ' nc-HQ' uarlgl' al-I 5, IGHLV sang' IGH-glv 4 IGHEIY N IN E T E E N ! I ! I I MIZPAH l Mount Gilead High School Mount Gilead, Ohio Volume 71 N' N.E..l..E- I I I I H IU 5' IU gr IGH!! IGHIY Nl E T E E N :aug - lang IGHLV IGHEIV Sl IGHLY - - IGHLV 4- - IGHEIY I - lang - sang 4- IGHTV Sl I g I ! I4 I I I '- IGHTY STUDENT Good Friends-Good Times 2 KJ 4 i' if an-H-f M gm A ff? . 1 L? 4 M gf, 'wifiif ex 145. 1+ ' XD 4 2 4 ff gm 2,2 5 6 wi f an .NK my Nw,- lv.. lkkx -Q f s -,NN we-vc. my.. ll ll Concentration 'At The Head Of The Class Il ll Reaching For A Victory .1 I I VY ,, A , , , 3 g E 1 A ,,,, ,W It A Potpourri" "A Point Cf View" , ,zu ., - M... Mock Trial Team Goes To State Contest Luke Taylor. fvyers Greta Loren and Colleen Copp prepare for competition. Way Mock Trial team members relax at a banquet held in honor all the teams that made it to the state competition. Ohio Mock Trial is a statewide pro- gram which endeavors to teach high school students about the United States' judicial system. This is accom- plished by allowing students to as- sume the roles of attorneys and wit- nesses, and then argue against other teams in an imaginary court case. This year Mt. Gilead defeated its first round opponent, Delaware Hayes, and therefore advanced to the state competition. Mt. Gilead's team trav- eled to Columbus and presented an excellent, case, but lost to its first com- petitor at state level. GILEAD MOCK TRIAL TEAM: Seated: Duke Thomas - President of Ohio Bar Association, Attorney General Anthony I. Celebrezze, lr., Bruce Campbell - Director, ACLU of Ohio. Row 2: Stacy Siegfried, Colleen Copp, Kelli Ashbrook, Loren. Back Row: Brent Staley, Steve Hatfield, Advisor john Quinn, William The team discusses its previous trial performance. Mock Trial team members receive recognition at the high school academic banquet. School Dramatically Increases Donations Every year Mount Gilead High School competes with the other county schools in the Red Cross' high school blood drive. Through the efforts of members of FMA, who sponsor the Bloodmobile and their advisor Mrs. Virginia Meyer, 117 students and faculty signed up to donate blood. A total of 105 pints of blood were actually donated which was a big increase over the 69 pints donated last year. Because of everyone's hard work Mr. Miller and Mr. Beck gave each donor a candy bar. Leana Scott, Roxie Monk, Kathy Fricke, and Debby Wiseman wait to register to give blood. 1 -1213 W xiii'-v.,, Tony Nicholson gets his temperature and pulse taken by a nurse during a check of health histories. if Susan Reid gets her blood pressure taken, if if its 4 if sei? 3 Misti Cotton is still smiling after having a blood sample taken from her ear. Colleen Copp cheerfully donates blood. Students Enjoy Trip To French Canada Students who traveled to French Canada are CFront Rowl Rusty Klaiber, Merrily Jackson, Kelly Plogher, Debbie George, fRow 21 Angie Moore, Bronwyn Naysmith, fRow 31 Kristin Fidler, Jodi Rosenberger, Pam Reed, Mark Peters, QBack Rowl Kirby Francis, Damon Osborne, Rhonda Bush, and Randi McQuistion. group takes break from shopping in Sillery Mall in Quebec. While sight-seeing in Quebec, students visit Artists' Alley and talk to the artists and look over the paintings that are for sale. During spring vacation from March 24th to 29th, French Club sponsored a field trip to French Canada. Eighteen students and chaperons traveled from Mount Gilead to Windsor, Ontario, by school bus and from Windsor to Quebec City by VIA-Rail Canada. Montreal was - the first stop on the trip. In Montreal the students enjoyed shopping in the underground malls and a tour of the city which included stops at the Olympic Park, Notre Dame Basilica, and Botanical Gardens. On Wednesday the group traveled to Quebec City where the students continued their sight-seeing, dining, and experiencing French Canadian culture firsthand. A tour of Quebec City included visits to the Cathedral of Saint Anne de Beaupre, the bake ovens, and woodcarver's shop. On Thursday evening because of the excellent food and view of the city, the group ate dinner at the L'Astral Restaurant on the 26th floor of the Loew Hotel. On Friday evening the group left Quebec for the return trip home. "What do I do now!", is Kelly Plogher's comment when she is confronted by her lobster dinner. Bronwyn Naysmith, Mark Peters, Randi McQuistion, Debbie George, and Kelly Plogher visit the Botanical Gardens in Montreal. Music Program Popular With Many Students Mount Gilead band members who were selected to play in the All-County Band are fl3ront Rowj Theresa Mullen, Tricia Murphy, Kelly Plogher, Bronwyn Naysmith, Merrily Jackson, Kelly Nes- bitt, fRow 21 Mike Green, Tyna Mann, Yvonne Bartman, Cathy Burns, Mayo Lee, Luke Taylor, Melinda Cardwell, QROW 3, Paul Pendleton, Paul Palmer, Kirsten Carlson, Melissa Hines, Me- lanie Marshman, Meegan Levering, Dee Branch, Todd Decker, fBack Rowj Mike Kirk, and Joel Seckel. Members of the 1985-86 Mount Gilead High School Flag Corps are fOn Groundj Deb Burgandine, fKneelingj Kim Beall, Misti Cotton, Angie Lev- ings, Angie Furniss, fStandingl Sheri Hall, Connie Davis, Lorena Augen- stein, Craig Matney, Brenda DeBoard, and Lisa Shoewalter. The 1985-86 Marching Purple Pride's majorettes are Greta Loren, Cathy Burns, Susan Shepard, and Jennifer Hootman. 48-- X T ...X """'i' " S ff Ml' Misti Cotton is the recipient of the 1986 Arion Award which is given to the year's outstanding choir student. Brian Dye, the 1986 outstanding band member, is shown with the john Philip Sousa Band Award. ff Susan Reid holds her trophy after being selected the outstanding marching band member for 1986. Left: The 1986 Morrow County Choir Festival was held at Mount Gilead in January. Participating Mount Gilead students are Connie Davis, Misti Cot- ton, Susan Reid, Kirby Francis, Keith Votaw, William Edwards, Greta Loren, Leana Scott, and Sheri Hall. Bottom Left: The color bearers for the 1985-86 March- ing Purple Pride are Colette Colcott, Karen Schiff, and Heidi Van Horn. Below: The Marching Purple Pride's field command- ers are Brian Dye and William Edwards 5' IGI-ITV 5' ' lang IGHEIV TY lang - :Gu-I Sl IGHEIV lang 4 Gm., IGHLY IGI-IQ' lang IGHLY IGI-IEIY 4 IGI-Ig N , N IG E nfv !E N I mg ! - IGHEIY - AD MINISTRATIGN Board Of Education MOUNT GILEAD BOARD OP EDUCATION: Front Row: Jane Griffith - Member, Beverly Taylor - Member. Back Row: Robert Willeke - Vice President, Richard T. Myers - President, Gary Kincade - Member. Board of Education president Richard T. Myers congratulates Brenda Mullett as she receives her diploma. PEARL IRWIN TREASURER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Superintendent And Staff I A si i 5 X I DR. ROBERT WHITMAN NANCY SHORT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL CURRICULUM COORDINATOR GENEVIEVE EVANS MARJORIE LONG SECRETARY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT SECRETARY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT 18 ROXANNA FRY HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITY FUND AND PAYROLL ACCOUNTANT School Recognizes Retiring Employees fl W r..,r..---..r...,,,.. ' . : -swzsgg .1 - s " is Patrick Giar is retiring with 25 years of service in education. For the past 11 years he has served as principal of the Cherry Street Elementary School. Superintendent Robert Whitman recognizes Grace Shaffer for her 19 years of secretarial service in the Mount Gilead schools. At the end of each school year the school board and the administrative staff sponsor an employee breakfast. At this breakfast all retiring employees are officially recog- nized for their years of service. This year six individuals were awarded certificates and school board resolutions cit- ing their service. wk Gladys Starlin, who taught sixth grade this year, is retiring with 20 years in the Mount Gilead Schools. She explains to some students how she plays her new harp which was a retirement gift from her husband. ,Q ,im Q Above: Nancy Kennedy is retiring with 30 years of teaching. For most of these years Nancy taught commercial subjects in Edison and Mount Gilead school systems. Left: Virginia Bachelder and Mary Jane George are shown with certificates they received for 22 years of service as cafete- ria servers at the Edison School. Nl NE A N IGHLV Q ll I lang GHTY IGHTY Sl - :aug - IGHLY TY 'GH 5' ' IGHTY GI-ITY Sl IGHLY IGHEIV I 4 ! 4 IGHEIY 'aug sans' 4 lang IGI-ITV sl 4 IUNIQR Mrs. Karen Galleher Jenifer Abraham Nick Ault Brittany Benedum Amy Clark Rachel Clinger Lacie Columber Bryan Corwin Marcca Eggleston Chad Ferrington Misty Fry Julie Gordon Matt Hawkey Brian Hunt Benjamin Kahler James Lee Julianna Means Tracy Miller Aimee Newson Jimmy Reinbeau Tara Rogers Trent Sharrock Linda Smith Dwayne Stewart Dwight Stewart Katie Torrey Nick Williams Mrs. Karen Galleher Amy Bierce Rosa Blanton Michael Copley Kevin Curtis Amber Downard Charlie Downard Heather Dyer Terry Finchman Allen Frost Brian Frost Jeremy Jewett Rachel Jones Kendra Lawless Heather Moore Melissa Mosher Jackie Mounts Larry Newsome Mike Smith Brian Staley Shurrie Tromm Mikey Watkins Justin Wilt Primary Center Morning Kindergarten Primary Center Afternoon Kindergarten i Mrs. Nancy Maslar Andrea Beardsley Tiffany Edwards Scott Evans Jennifer Fortune Timothy Fouts . Clint Fowler Mgrnlng josh Gerasimof , B H d' Klndergal-ten Kii1stir?rHerlEer Alison Jagger Vincent Lanum Christy LaRoche Lindsay Levering James MacElwaine Molly Merman Clayton Oyster Chad Ritchey Tracey Rush Sarah Shaffer Rebecca Stearns Scott Taylor Mindy West Shanna White Timmy White left? EDISON AFTERNOON KINDERGARTEN: Front Row: Amy Gladden, Eddie Lawrence, Philip McCurdy, April Goings, Anna Garrison, Kelli Hollingsworth, Jason Underwood, Troy Smiley. Row 2: jon Tresh, David Crawford, Robert Lyons, jason Spaulding, Robby Price, Laura Barnum, Karen Hollingsworth, Jason Downard. Row 3: Stevie Acker, David McCoy, Kevin Headington, Bobby Shirk, Ralph Rhinebolt, Kasey Mullins, Karen O'Brian, Travis Ward. Back Row: Mrs. Nancy Maslar. Absent: joshua Chase. Nan Kindergarteners April Goings, Eddie Lawrence, and Jon Tresh use coloring sheets to study number concepts. r jason Downard, Marco Celli, and Timmy McKnight sample vari- ous agricultural products provided by the Morrow County Dairy Association and other groups on Ag. Day. IRST GRADE: Front Row: Jeramiah Jordan, David Neal, Stacey Smith, Mindy Ebert, Ricky Gullett, Ryan Thoman. Row 2: Beau Seaburn, Michael Burch, Crystal Turner, Anthony Buchanan, Krystal Waddell, Holly Cox, Rebecca Lackey, Brett cCoy. Row 3: Kim Bailey, Alona Starlin, Butch Newson, Amy Hartman, Stacey Hanes, Vanessa Ashba, Myria Edwards, Heather Long. Back Row: Miss Helen Farrington. Mrs. Mary Craner Sara Baldwin Danielle Conkle Kevin Fitzpatrick Brandy Gheen ' Jody Gheen Shawna Grimsley Grade Andrew Haag Heather Hamilton Amanda Hammond Michael Henson Mack Holtrey Charity Howell Kelly Kearns Brian Korody Angie Lyons Michelle Malone Annette Martinez Joey Paxton Tammy Persinger Eric Riley Scott Shinaberry Jennifer Stojkovic Wendy Trubee Kenneth West M FIRST GRADE: Front Row: joey Pearce, Shelly Frost, Cori Toot, Sara Swain, Rachel Ruhl, julie Harden, Susan Wilcox David Wren. Row 2: Amanda Brady, Alan Frazier, jessica Keirns, Chris Sherbourne, Glenn Kahler, Nick Van Horn Terra Weber. Back Row: Tonya Brown, Ami George, Amanda West, Beth johnson, Tammy Smith, Devona Lemaster Samantha Hutchinson, Mrs. Nanette Henkel. Absent: Danielle Gifford. Mrs. Karen Edwards Stacy Beam Tanya Clark Sarah Counts Shawn Dorsten Chad Gheen Mathew Griffith Mary Ellen Haney Kurt Hildebrand jessica lobe Richard Kuykendall Cory McClelland Amy McLain Andy Mills Sarah Morrison jason Mosher Emily Patterson Ryan Shinaberry Elizabeth Smith Margaret Sterling Joni Stevens Billy Waddell Rita West Robin Wine Phillip Wood Mrs. Ruby Jackson Jeremiah Batcheller Scot Billings April Dix Brooke Pranks Trinity George Mandy Gheen Lisa Guy Mandy Hawk Mindy Hawk Ryan Irons Richard james Roger Kincaid Cristen King Mike Lyons Joshua Peterson Shannon Robinson Stacey Rogers Aaron Sample Chad Snyder Amanda Staley Brandi Tobin Lillian Wasserman Jason Whipple First Grade First Grade Mrs. Craner's first graders watch with anticipation to see what their teacher has in the crock pot as they prepare to eat their Thanksgiving feast. S SECOND GRADE: Front Row: Kim Hilgenberg, Brian Fitzpat- rick, Chris Miller, Scott Geyer, Nicholas Sullivan, Vickie Cole, Jamie Pangborn. Row 2: Travis Miller, Amy Shaffer, Shawn Thompson, Melissa Holsinger, Jacob Gerasimof, Jon Fletcher, Clayton Hedrick. Row 3: Connie Ritchey, Terry Howard, Michael Headington, Ryan Hartpence, Ben Galloway, Jennifer Stearns, Thomas Stotts, Jason Conant, Bobby Starlin. Back Row: Mrs. Bobbi Sample. SECOND GRADE: Front Row: Tim McKnight, Tammy Miller, Jason Downard, Amber McDan- iels, Rachelle Lee, Ierimiah Car- penter. Back Row: Mr. Mike Gal- leher, Kevin Fitzgerald, Marco Celli, Jeremy Ashba, Kim Har- mon, Anna Hankins, David Dudgeon, Tony Miranda, Linda Mounts. we First graders in Mrs. Jackson's room celebrate the first Thanks- giving with venison, Cornbread, and other traditional foods pre- pared with the help of room mothers. Q6 INTO SECOND GRADE: Front Row: Jamie jones, Toby Edgell, Trevor Ward, Tiffany Shaffer, Erin Bland, Stephanie Bloomfield, Victoria jordan, Nathan New- son. Row 2: Shawn Sharp, Josh Craycraft, Stacy Mathews, Steph- anie jones, Thad Beck, Craig Lewis, Mary McKnight, Wendi George. Back Row: Richard Kuy- kendall, Matthew Shockley, Larry Harrod, Chad Van Sickle, Mrs. Judith Graham, Whitney Garverick, April Baldwin, Sarah McKinniss, Leah Blocksom. SECOND GRADE: Front Row: Chad Hershner, Sean Dordle, Brooke Montgomery, Andi Hoff- man, Nikki Mathews, Joslyn Mills, Brooke Arndt, Jessica Hershner, jeremy Clements. Row 2: Cherry Williams, Rebec- ca jones, Ronda Torrey, Angie Ogden, Cris Boehm, Melissa Corwin, Susan Bill, Trevor Hershner. Row 3: Ben Yeagley, Willie Fate, jesse Stockdale, Adam Simpson, Mandy jones, Sherrie Hollingsworth, Chris Miller, Rebecca Smith. Back Row: Mrs. jane Perrin. SECOND GRADE: Front Row: Erica Banks, Liz Ady, Missy Rush, Eric Masterson, joshua Baldwin, Sidney Chard, Carrie Columber, Gerrilin Eggleston. Row 2: Jason Seitz, Paula Lan- don, Lacie Richardson, Eddy Best, Nathan Rogers, Seth jack- son, Meredith Waite, Sarah Por- ter. Row 3: Rachel Coldwell, Shane Smith, Melissa Harris, Russell Kuykendall, Jim Hicks, Michael Thomas, Scott Lambert, Nikki Powell, jill Freese. Back Row: Mrs. Melody Church. THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Kristy Strange, Lynn Golden, Michelle Dorsten, Mindy Wright, Nathan Wilt, Adam Dean, Mike Morrison, Tracy Miller. Row 2: Leah Johnson, Dale Damron, Matthew Harper, Tonya Howard, Cecil George, Sherri Reed, Lisa Morris. Row 3: Jessica Hershey, Mike Lyons, Jon Corwin, Benji Mosher, Mark Gustafson, Ricky Stewart, Jer- emy Gable, Jason Williams. Back Row: Mrs. Jane Rathburn. THIRD GRADE: Front Row Stacy Sommers, Michelle Hawk Jason Hammond, Lisa Ashcraft Stacey Blanton, Jeremy Eichler Bob Morris. Row 2: Chantel Por- ter, Danny Arndt, Chris Wood Mark Meftah, Joanna Peterson Brian Tobin, Joseph See. Back Row: Gerry Persinger, David Finchman, Jake Frost, Amber Franks, Billy Reinbeau, Travis Waddell, Jessica Wren, Lisa Wilt, Mrs. Jane Brucker. At the beginning of the school year Mrs. I3idler's Advance Place- ment English class chose Mrs. Rathburn's third graders as pen pals. At a year-end party sponsored by members of the English class, everyone enjoys playing twister. K X, -fl if W " I PM fi B .umm A As a part of a unit in energy power students in Mrs. Brucker's third grade built model rockets. Mr. Brucker, who helped with the project, assists Lisa Ashcraft in launching her rocket. THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Kyle Oyster, Jason Weber, Jer- emy Craycraft, Jeff Barker, jeff Young, John Federer, Tyler Schindley. Row 2: Kara Stam- baugh, Trisha Hart, Brandi Grosh, Rachel Mills, Heather Strait, Farah Scott, Amanda McCardle, Janelle Arnold. Back Row: Tim Sloulin, Gary Staley, Sam Kalb, Heather Brooke, Anna Patterson, Jon Chubb, Scott Guy, Alan Gordon, Mrs. Dolores Reutter. THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Tracy Kidwell, Isakimi Van Romer, Steve Postell, April Steinhelfer, Dean Paxton, Lisa Corbin, Janice Parker. Row 2: Don Wilson, Danielle Buckel, Chet Shuster, Alena Benedict, Brent Cover, Nathan Hartpence, Chris Hoffman. Back Row: Jr. Kaiser, Chris Reeder, Matt Gompf, Larry Leonhard, Jessica Binau, Tracy Lanum, Mike Gera- simof, Chris Colegrove, -Mrs. Penny Reeve. THIRD GRADE: Front Row: Donald McCurdy, Doug West, Michael Dodds, J. Clover, Michael Waugh, Mike Murphy, Owen Miller, Corey Collins, Paul McKnight. Row 2: Frank Hamilton, Jeremy Conant, Stephanie Cole, Michele Weir, Geoff George, Jeramie Lackey, Shawn Stansbery, jasmine Lanum. Back Row: Leslie Wood, Kenny Bircher, jean Kincaid, Annette Grimm, Eric Shaffer, Erica Rensch, Amy Beardsley, Mrs. Paula Hritz. Holiday spirit begins in the elementary grades as students begin to prepare for Thanksgiving. Sarah McKinniss, Whitney Gar- verick, and Victoria jordan use an antique nutcracker to crack nuts for a class project. 1 xr: ...F-n ,ai As part of a unit on Indian culture, Mrs. Church's second graders held a potlatch program to show their parents what they had learned. The program included displays of Indian customs and Indian objects, scenes of the life of an Indian child, and a tradi- tional potlatch feast with their parents. Students displaying their costumes and art are fFront Rowj Carrie Columber, Michael Thomas, Sidney Chard, Paula Landon, Melissa I-Iarris, lBack Rowj Mrs. Church, Eddy Best, Nathan Rogers, Seth Jackson, and Shane Smith. In April Mrs. Graham's class held a circus. Students assumed the roles of circus performers and animals found in a real circus. Pictured in their costumes are ffront Rowj Thad Beck, Steph- anie Bloomfield, Tiffany Shaffer, April Baldwin, CBack Rowj Chad Van Sickle, Stephanie Jones, Trevor Ward, Matt Shockley, and Craig Lewis. Other students showing their costumes and Indian objects are ffront Rowj Nikki Powell, Meredith Waite, Missy Rush, Gerri- lin Eggleston, jason Seitz, QBack Rowj Mrs. Church, Jill Feese, Sarah Porter, Lacie Richardson, Jim Hicks, and Rachel Coldwell. Other Members of the circus cast who performed for their par- ents are ffront Rowl Wendi George, Erin Bland, Whitney Gar- verick, Tina Crau, fBack Rowj Toby Edgell, Shawn Sharp. Na- than Newson, Leah Blocksom, and Stacy Mathews. First graders performed the play "The Littlest Pumpkin" for the classes in the Primary Center Building. Mindy Hawk plays the part of a child, Brooke Franks is the Littlest Pumpkin, Mandy Hawk plays a child, and Brandi Tobin is the scarecrow. All of the first grades in the Primary Center did a unit of study on the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving. Dressed as Pilgrim boys are Roger Kincaid, Jeremiah Batcheller, Mike Lyons, and Ryan Irons. Pilgrim girls are Mandy Gheen, Brandi Tobin, Shannon Robinson, Stacy Rogers, and Cheryl Welsh. t' '-ff Playing pumpkins are Chad Snyder - the orangest pumpkin, Amanda Staley - the roundest pumpkin, Cheryl Welsh - the biggest pumpkin, fBack Row, Joshau Peterson, Stacy Rogers, Cristen King, Lillian Wasserman, Trinity George, and Scot Bill- ings as Farmer Fred. Before eating their noon feast several of the Pilgrims and Indians pose for a picture. Dressed in costumes are Mindy Hawk, Cristen King, Mandy Hawk, Brooke Pranks, Joshua Peterson, Aaron Sample as Chief Massasoit, Ryan Irons, Jason Whipple, and Roger Kincaid. Tiffany Shaffer and Thad Beck wait for Mrs. Graham to serve them fresh-made cornbread and butter that the class has just made. mf- Kara Stambaugh and her classmates visit the high school library where her mother is librarian. Neff,-4 After their hayride on a horse-drawn wagon, Mrs. Brucker's third graders roast wieners over an open fire. FOURTH GRADE: Front Row: ' Jennifer Gordon, Brian Pang- born, Georgann Brey, Amanda 3 'i Bradley, Angie Ryan, Robert f Fitzpatrick, Mike Thompson, Ja- son Smith. Row 2: LeeAnn Colle- hon, Casey Roy, Erica Galloway, Chuck Starlin, jon Sloan, Eric Powell, Ed Finchman, Don Fis- sell. Back Row: Mrs. Bonnie Le- vering, Christy Goings, Dinah Hoffman, Lyna Plummer, Becky Larkin, Quenton Edwards, john- ny Kilgore, Mike Friend, Henry Saylor, Earl Saylor, Shawn Baldwin. G, FOURTH GRADE: Front Row: Melanie Stockdale, Charlene Blanton, Jessica Van Horn, Jen- nifer Dailey, Andy Sherbourne, Robbie Thomas, Nathan Rich- ardson, Shawn McClelland, Ryan Snyder. Row 2: Amy Lind- sey, Jamie Byrd, Susie Vonder- Embse, Robert Frost, Peter Was- serman, Bobby DeBoard, Bobby Manning. Back Row: Dominic DePolo, Angie Groves, Corri West, Brittany Tobin, Bryan Vanderkooi, Adam Castner, Ja- son Jennings, Margaret Bruning, Jeremy Keith, Mrs. Pat Rinehart. aw.,.,..... We Row: Miss Patricia Tribble Fourth and second graders at Cherry Street combined their tal- ents to present a Thanksgiving pro- gram for their parents and friends. The program which was held in the Junior High auditorium was under the direction of music teacher Luane Gale included songs and skits. Some of the students ready to rehearse for the program are Lee Kahler, Ben Yeagley, Tiffany Shaffer, Rebecca Jackson, Sean Cor- dle, Margaret Bruning, Stephanie Bloomfield, Seth jackson, Carrie Columber, Rebecca Jones, Thad Beck, and Sarah Porter. FOURTH GRADE: Front Row Chad Disterdick, Brian Cordle Shawn Malone, Tracy Barnett Mike Lufaso, Jeremy Burns Ka ren Overmoyer, Clayton Hershner. Row 2: Rebecca Jack son, Emily Wasserman, Ricky Welch, Jon Tschudi, Jerry Kor ody, Keith Benedum, Marida Parsons, Nikki Robinson, jamie Lilly. Back Row: Mrs. Cathie Burson, Ebben Sample, Billy Howell, Roxeanne Wagoner Sherri Congrove, Tina Newsome Michael Martinez, Shane Clark Hallie Wagner, Carl Caldwell FOURTH GRADE: Front Row Aaron Haycook, Gary Hack worth, Bryan Guy, Shelly Ross Racquel Downer, Lee Kahler jill Richards, Adam Staley, John Carwell. Row 2: Jason Rogers Shawn Shipman, Brandon McCelland, Mandy Kehrwecker Nicole Shinaberry, Sean Wil liams, Brent Rush, Jamie Thom as. Row 3: Adam Ward, Julie Morgason, Lindy Fitzgerald Aaron Bush, Suzy Blanton, Ann Marie Frazier, Glenn West An gie Lyons, Jaime Wells. ,Back Cherry Street Elementary Staff BONNIE GALLEHER CHERRY STREET SCHOOL SECRETARY 5 I ,ww PATRICK GIAR CHERRY STREET ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL CHERRY STREET CAFETERIA PERSONNEL: Lucille Trumbo - Server, Virginia Shipman - Server, Cherie Shipman - Cashier. Edison Elementary School Staff MARILYN DIX EDISON SCHOOL LIBRARIAN LINDA GRAY EDISON SCHOOL SECRETARY EARL SMITH EDISON SCHOOL CUSTODIAN FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Bud- dy Rose, Rachel Crawford, An- drea Lanum, Steve Pfeifer, Jenny Bacheller, Nathan Sayers, Lori Normant, Paul Bircher. Row 2: Jeremy King, Jenny Street, Brid- get Webb, Kristen Dye, Candy Graham, Brandy Griffith, Ste- phenie Bartley, Shannon Camp- bell, Christopher Conant. Back Row: Mrs. Barbara Fricke, Brady Wilson, Tony Mathews, Andy Davis, Jeremie West, Larry Ma- son, Bobbi Jo Huffman, Jessica Raber, Christina Shelley, Ni- chole Baisden, Jodi Bilger. Ab- sent: Melissa Tate. FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Ja- son Gheen, Jeremy Bailey, Mike Wood, Buddy Powell, Jeremy Stafford, Trent Kincade, Bron- son Wagoner. Row 2: Mike Hol- lingsworth, Daniel Hord, Sean Snyder, Jeremy Gordon, Adam Shaffer, Jason Hanes, Aaron Bu- chanan, Matt Owens. Row 3: Mae Larkin, Tsawya Van Romer, Kara Galloway, Angie Roberts, Jennifer Dodds, Leslie Snyder, Lynn Wilson. Back Row: Mrs. Della Lyon. This year students of the Cherry Street fifth grades made decorations for the Christmas tree in the lobby of Bank One. Students who helped decorate the tree are Qlineelingj Jo- dee Seckel, lRow 21 Grady Wilson, Myron Clark, Matt Denman, Nikki Landon, and Christina Shelley. Art teacher Barb Doty and Bank One decoration coordinator Jodi Hayes, who assisted with the project, are in the back row. -it ig E m......,..,.31 , , r l....l While studying biographies of famous people, students in Mrs. Dettra's class were to dress in a cos- tume depicting the person of their report. Jeremy King is shown dressed as Daniel Boone, Tracy Shaffer as Johnny Appleseed, Lori Normant as General George Patton, and Jamie Paxton as Benjamin Franklin. l I e NF. , iflvi f nxpzofifi 5. FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Abby Haag, Heather Morton, Michelle Higgins, Corie Evans, Kerrie Van Sickle, Scott Main, Wayne Belden, John Burgan- dine. Row 2: Toni Mann, Shan- non Ross, Jolene Powell, Danella Branch, Jodee Seckel, Andy Baughman, Charlie Snyder, Ja- son Shipman. Row 3: Tracy Shaffer, Stacy Welch, Nicky Mc- Hugh, Mark Federer, Nikki Lan- don, Jeannette Chase, Jahna Street, Linda Finchman, Mi- chelle Shinaberry. Back Row: Mrs. Rhonda Dettra. FIFTH GRADE: Front Row: Ali- sha Fletcher, Jenny Zerman, Grady Wilson, Jenny Crawford, Brandy Wren, Jenni See, Bobby Congrove, Bobbi Jo Wilson. Row 2: Robert Davis, Casey Thomas, Scott Bunker, Justin Jason, Josh- ua Hershey, Brad Swain, Matt Denman, Thirza Chard. Row 3: Malena Greer, Brandy Hollings- worth, Michelle Quinn, Christy Roush, Jody McLain, Mishele Harris, Todd Lockhart, Myron Clark, Bruce Shockley. Back Row: Mr. Jerry Bloomfield. r .a W Ryan Pendleton holds a collograph print he made in art class. His print was selected to be displayed at the Ohio Young People's Art Exhibition in the State Of- fice Tower in Columbus. Above: Keith Brown builds an imaginary bridge out of planks on the challenge course. Right: Amy Casto pets one of the lambs displayed by FFA members on Ag. Day. Again this year students in Mrs. Dettra's reading class read a mystery book and then constructed a game based on the book. Jenny Zerman, Jodee Seckel, Bridgett Webb, and Stephanie Bartley play Michelle Shinaberry's game "The Clue of the Dancing Puppet." As other members of his group watch, Shane Mcliinnis swings across an obstacle on the challenge course. r Camp was fun, but P. T. Hedrick and Jessie Reeder are happy to be packed and heading home. john Burgandine and Jason Shipman team up to cross the finish line in the boys' wheelbarrow push at field day. a 'Q 3585. 'Q 6 TSN il A it iumillggk .Sf-T --1 Q in ,Q N I 8 3 H Q, t. -1 f it 'AJ lc 2 i if ' 1 if J .fi-"' g ww f- " - 4 ad 77, S Q During Right to Read Week at Edison, Chapter I Reading Specialist Doris Baird sponsored a book cover designing contest. The winner, sixth grader Carla Goings, and run- nerup, fifth grader Kara Galloway, are shown with their winning designs. Among the 30 students who participated in the Cherry Street "Talent Search" show are Lee Kahler, julie Morga- son, Brandy Hollingsworth, and Melana Greer. pun SIXTH GRADE: Bottom Row: Keith Brown, Mike Fricke, jason Fletcher, Adam Rensch. Row 2: Miles Drake, Scott Ransbottom, Joe Henderson, Mr. Peter Dettra. Row 3: Jeff Murray, Dulcy Miller, Kelly Sinden. Row 4: Jay Osborne, Jeni Gress, Gwen George, Jason Scott. Row 5: Brian Smith, Lisa Wagar, Shane McKinniss. Row 6: Ryan Miller, Nikki Black. Row 7: Nicky Simpson, Steve Hack, Tina Huffman. Row 8: Kristi Graham, Patty Cordle, Marcia Staley. Top Row: Tracy Korody, Amber Clark, Jenifer Murphy. Absent: Mark Carwell. On the challenge course at sixth grade camp, Keith Brown and jason Fletcher help Steve Hack get over a rope obstacle. SIXTH GRADE: Bottom Row: Rob James, Joshua Smith, Heather Bensley, Chris Barker, Mrs. Phylis Miller. Row 2: Andy Cotton, Shanna Stansbery, Angela Morgason. Row 3: Dawn Marshman, Tami Poor, Michelle Bartman. Row 4: Ryan Pendleton, Carmen Mills, Heidi Sprague. Row 5: Craig Edgell, Brooke Fuller, Chrissy Hoffman. Row 6: Kevin Ferrington, David Young, Mike Neal. Top Row: jenny Sheets, Kerry Toot, Jessie Reeder. Absent: Dewayne West, Tony Hupfer, Sandy Grau, Brian Moss. During wildlife class Autumn Naysmith and Billy Greenawalt wait for a plaster cast of an animal footprint to dry before removing it from the ground. GRADE: Bottom Row: Damon Durre, Mark Bennett, Damon, Aaron Casto, Shawn Kehrwecker. Row 2: Mrs. Starlin, Delisa Garris, P. T. Hedrick, Bobbie Bachelder. 3: Angie Weir, Chad Williams, Angie Turner, Billy walt. Row 4: Bobbie jo Downer, Carla Goings, Cathy Ronnie Ness. Row S: Larry Persinger, Kevin Overmoyer, Harmon, joel Ereese. Top Row: Ryan Curtis, Bobby Mc- jeremy Batcheller, Mindy McAvoy. Overmoyer carefully holds an unusual small brown snake discovered during forestry class, SIXTH GRADE: Bottom Row: Danny Shelley, jeff Ogle, Tracy McCoy. Row 2: Bobby Grimm, Mike Guftason, Mr. Edmund Fidler. Row 3: Kevin Cook, Brian Levering, Dwight Wiley. Row 4: Melissa Geyer, lacki Feustel. Row 5: Lori Best, Karie Fitzpat- rick, Shannon Scholes. Row 6: Amy Casto, Carla Puckett, Pam Powers, Row 7: Beth Vonder Embse, Angie Mullins, jenny Bu- chanan. Top Row: Tiffani Conley, Michelle Van Sickle, Penny Wolford. With the help of high school counselor Tony Nicholson, Shan- non Scholes and Kevin Cook learn to use a compass in orienteering. Scott Austin Bill Baldwin Lizzy Baughman Kelly Beall Mike Beck Randy Bennett Spencer Bennett Bill Best Mike Binau Kellie Bradley jason Brooke Ray Castner jeremy Chubb Marilynn Clark Tom Clark Carrie Cole Wanda Comfort Chris Congrove Angie Cunningham Suzi Decker Andy Drake Bob Drake Brian Farley DeeDee Fissell Wendi Garverick Mandy George Holly Hart Eric Haycook joel Hedrick Jennifer Higgins jenny Hill Eric Hoffman Kim Hollingsworth Doug jackson Brandy Keen Travis Kidwell Troy Kincade Lisa Kinner Debbie Kirk jeremy Landon Linda Lee jackie Lewis Bobby Lockhart Becky Lyon Mike McAvoy Tina McBride Mike McCreary Crystal McCurdy Todd McQuistion ,Ion Mermann Robbie Miller Geno Moody Wendy Morgason Ray Mullen Rhonda Mynhier Chris Ogle Melissa Ohler Carrie Osborne Heather Owens Chris Parker Brian Perry Matt Peterson john Powell Willie Prichard Alison Quinn Chris Rankin Travis Redmond Carrie Richardson Brandie Salisbury Richard Scarberry Shane Schaffer julie Scott Lisa Scott Dawn Shade Annette Shaffer jeremy Shipman Larissa Skinner Amy Smith Angie Smith jenny Smith Tom Smith Bobby Snyder Niki Streib Trina Stump Billie jo Swain Jeri Taylor Shannon Thompso Scott Trimmer Ray Van Horn April Van Romer Robert Walker Elaine Walters Heidi Weaver jason Webb Dwayne Wilson Travis Wright Blaine Yeagley Tammy Bachelder jeff Baisden jeff Batcheller Tim Beltz Shane Bennett Melissa Beuerlein Clay Brady Desi Branch Steve Bryan Brian Bulkowski Kristin Bulkowski Susan Burden Garry Caldwell Sheldon Campbell Sonja Chelette Tammy Chelette Scott Claffey Michele Cochran Tom Conkle Scott Cook Aaron Crawford Nanette Crawford Nikki Crum Renee Cunningham Angie Davis Helen Davis Melisa Davis Kathy Denman Eric Disterdick Marshall Drake Jon Edwards Kari Fisher Joe Foor Richard Forrest Abbey Francis jenny Furniss Staci Gleason Greg Goers Teresa Gould Monica Graham Stephanie Graham jenny Grau Connie Greenawalt Tami Grosh Tom Hack joel Halfhill Kevin Hawkins Dawn Hinkle Ken Hollingsworth EIGHTH GRADE I J , 'N 2 if wie, Jill Howard Robert Irons Derek jackson Ronnie jackson j.D. Junk Tom Kalb Roy Keckler Mike Kimmey Patrick King Patty Kline Laura Levings Michele Lindsey Bobby Littell Allen Little Sean Luzader Teddy Mann Becky Marshman Chris Martin Kim Martin jim Messenger Tonya Metzger Dwayne Miller Paul Mills Brian Monk Teri Morton Shelley Mynhier Dionne Noble Rick Ogden Randy Osborne Kelly Perkins Tammy Persinger Michelle Plogher Jacquie Raber jim Reed Kim Reinbeau Shanna Richards Michelle Riley Robyn Ruhl Travis Rupp jeff Ryan Sharla Sharrock Tracy Sherman Sandy Shockley Dennis Seigfried David Simpson Mike Sipe Mike Smith Paul Smith Cindy Snider Mike Snyder Susan Snyder Mona Sprague Kim Staiger Mindy Staley Pam Staley Ed Stoner Dane Strait Michelle Sturgell Boo Tansriya Susan Taylor Shelly Thomas Cindy Toot jenny Tschudi jenny Turner Scott Turner Thad Ullom Amy Vanderkooi Dawn Walker Chad Watkins Gary Waugh Scott White Norman Wilcox Tony Williamson Ben Wilson Crissy Wilson Chris Young s. si i is QV .,.,.. inn-wrt li Above: As part of a 3 week unit on speech and outlining in Mrs. Campbell's eighth grade English classes, J.D. Junk demonstrates the use of a compound hunting bow. Right: After studying ancient Egyptian art styles in art class, students drew up their own personalized car- touches or name plates. Displaying their cartouches are fSeatedJ Adrianna Ault, Doug jackson, Eric Haycook, Shane Shaffer, Eric Hoffman, lStandingl Todd McQuis- tion, DeeDee Pissell, and Robert Walker. . . tif l t 4N"'3,. M ti 4:4 . . . X . r at 4. M Xt 1 xl . ,. t ' -1-. A" K, I 5 .f ga jf Derek jackson is shown with his project on small arms ballistics which was judged the best eighth grade display at the junior High science fair. K JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: The ju- nior High football team compiled a 1-5- 1 season record. Front Row: Coach Mike Reid, Shane Schaffer, Tim Beltz, Tom Kalb, Sheldon Campbell, Doug Jackson, Tom Hack, Kelly Beall, Brian Perry, Chris Ogle, Ray Van Horn, Row 2: Coach jim Malone, j.D. junk, Chris Martin, Brian Monk, Derek jackson, Richard Scarberry, Scott White, Travis Wright, Sean Luzader, Brian Bul- kowski, Chris Congrove. Row 3: Bill Baldwin, john Powell, Chris Young, Randy Osborne, Chad Watkins, Gary Waugh, Teddy Mann, jeremy Ship- man, Mike Beck, Matt Peterson. Back Row: Travis Kidwell, Mike McAvoy, Eric Haycook, Mike McCreary, jason Brooke, Ron jackson, Paul Mills, jeff Ryan, Scott Cook, Ray Castner, Coach Lester Poast. SEVENTH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TEAM: The seventh grade volleyball team completed a very successful sea- son with a 9-4 record. Front Row: Wan- da Comfort, Marilynn Clark, jenny Higgins, Dawn Shade, jeri Taylor, Bil- lie jo Swain. Row 2: April Van Romer, Heidi Weaver, Brandie Salisbury, Car- rie Osborne, Holly Hart, Trina Stump, Rhonda Mynhier. Back Row: Becky Lyon, Kim Hollingsworth, Carrie Cole, Coach Sara Lindsey, Alison Quinn, Debbie Kirk, Angie Smith, Lizzy Baughman. EIGHTH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Front Row: Mindy Staley, Pam Staley, Desi Branch, Tonya Metzger, Angie Davis. Row 2: Kim Staiger, Sharla Sharrock, Cindy Snider, Teri Morton, Kim Reinbeau, Annette Craw- ford, Back Row: Shelley Mynhier, Dione Noble, jacquie Raber, Laura Lev- ings, Stephanie Graham. Not pictured: Coach Gerry Edwards. SEVENTH GRADE BOYS' BASKET- BALL TEAM: Kneeling: Chris Ogle, Travis Wright, Blaine Yeagley, Doug jackson, Troy Kincade, Travis Red- mond, jeremy Landon, Ray Mullen. Standing: Coach Mark Wiseman, Kelly Beall, john Powell, jeremy Shipman, jason Brooke, Robbie Miller, joel He- drick, Bill Baldwin. SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS' BASKET- BALL TEAM: Kneeling: Kim Hollings- worth, jenny Hill, Lisa Scott, Holly Hart, Standing: Coach Martha Ed- wards, Rhonda Mynhier, Carrie Cole, Alison Quinn, Becky Lyons, Carrie Richardson. SEVENTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Bottom: jackie Lewis, Niki Streib, Wendi Garverick. Row 2: Mandy George. Row 3: Suzi Decker. Top: Amy Smith. The Eighth Grade Boys' Basketball team had a 5-9 record for the season. Kneeling: Travis Rupp, Brian Bul- kowski, Tim Beltz, Paul Mills, Derek jackson, Scott White, jimmy Reed, Bri- an Monk. Standing: Coach Rex Yeag- ley, jon Edwards, Sean Luzader, Tom Kalb, Ronnie jackson, Pat King, Randy Osborne, joel Halfhill, Scott Cook, Kenny Hollingsworth. The Eighth Grade Girls' Basketball team ended their season with 4 wins and 9 losses. Kneeling: jacquie Raher, Dionne Noble, Desi Branch, Becky Marshman. Standing: Teri Morton, Amy Vanderkooi, Shelley Mynhier, Laura Levings, Coach Marcia Cooper. EICHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Front Row: Shanna Richards. Row 2: jenni Tschudi, jenny Furniss, Kari Fisher. Row 3: Kristin Bulkowski. Top: Melissa Beuerlein. Junior High Track Teams Have A Good Year The Junior High track teams had a very successful sea- son. The girls' team compiled a 15-9 season record which included placing 3rd in the Big Walnut Invitational and 4th in the Mount Gilead Invitational. The 880 relay team of Holly Hart, Kim Staiger, Cindy Snider, and Jenny Furniss was undefeated for the season. The boys' team posted a 17- 7 record. The Indians placed Znd in the Big Walnut Invita- tional and 4th in the Mount Gilead Invitational. I.D. Junk set a new meet record of 42 feet in the shot at the Big Walnut Invitational. The mile relay team of Sheldon Campbell, Scott Cook, Travis Rupp, and Tom Kalb set a new school record at the Mount Gilead Invitational. The season's outstanding performers were Tim Beltz in the sprints, Sheldon Campbell in the distance events, and I.D. Junk in the field events. The thrill of victory is evident as the mile relay team and Coach Dettra gather around timer Darren Shade for the new record time. Sheldon Campbell sets the pace in the anchor leg of the mile relay. Ain Carrie Richardson laps another runner in one of the distance races. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' TRACK TEAM: Front Row: Suzi Decker, Dawn Shade, Cindy Snider, Amy Smith, Jenni Tschudi. Row 2: Kim Hollingsworth, Teri Morton, Crissy Wilson, Michelle Plogher, Kim Staiger, Carrie Cole. Row 3: Susan Burden, Trina Stump, Adrianna Ault, jackie Lewis, Heidi Weaver, Mandy Geroge, Kathy Den- man, Carrie Richardson, Statistician Mindy Staley. Back Row: Amy Vander- kooi, Dionne Noble, Desi Branch, Deb- bie Kirk, Statisitican jacquie Raber, Wendi Garverick, April VanRomer, jenny Furniss, Coach Martha Edwards. HIC-H BOYS' TRACK TEAM: Front Row: Shane Schaffer, Robert Snyder, Eric Haycook, Matt Peterson, Ray Mullen, Doug Mike Beck, Blaine Yeagley, Mike McAvoy, Willie Prichard. Row 2: Brian Bulkowski, Scott White, Derek jackson, Paul Mills, jackson, Kelly Beall, john Powell, Aaron Crawford, jeremy Landon, Bill Baldwin. Row 3: Robbie Miller, jeremy Shipman, Monk, Chris Martin, Tom Hack, jeff Baisden, Roy Keckler, Scott Claffey, Tim Beltz, Marshall Drake. Back Row: Randy Tom Kalb, Scott Cook, Joel Halfhill, Coach Pete Dettra, Sheldon Campbell, Thad Ullom, j.D. Junk, Clay Brady, Kenny Coach Rick Heirnlich, . -st as Ma . - . N- s i - ,h .u mtl? .- ia y .X 'T A sf -- sri? ig. X ' .4 Scott Cook clears the bar with ease. Chris Martin concentrates as he begins his toss. new year-end activity at the junior High was a field trip to Angie Smith, Angie Cunningham, Carrie Cole, Michelle Cra- Rfashington DC Thirty ei ht 7th radersleft earl June 8th for ham, and Alison Quinn wait to go through one part of the ' ' ' 8 S Y three-day tour which included visits to the Washington and Smithsonian Institute, incoln Monuments, the Capitol Building, Arlington Cemetery, mithsonians, and the National Archives. Pictured above is the ,fiount Gilead group in front of the Marine Corps Memorial. Junior High School Staff junior High Principal Frank Paulman chats with Todd Decker, a student worker, while waiting to give blood when the Bloodmo- EVQIYU Shoulfs bile visits the high school. J1mi0f High 5011001 SCCYQMYY 'F fio C Ed and L D Ann Campbell English 8 and Reading 7 Joyce Giauque Librarian Cathy Oyster English 7 and Reading 7 Meyer Guidance Counselor Row 2 Rita Kimmey Reading Bob Castner Physical Education and Health Joanne Hill Speech Hearing, Robert Lust - Instrumental Music, james Stockdale - Special Education. Back Row: John Oyster - Science 8, Math 8 and Algebra 8, Frank Paulman - junior High Principal, Wilford Keil - History 8 and Math 8, William Schindley - Industrial Arts, I4 jackson - Physical Education and Health, Cris King - Ohio History and History 8, Bruce Histed - Vocal Music, Edward Kimmey - Sc ence 7 and Math 8. Staff Not Pictured: Dorothy Bishop - Math 7, Algebra 8, and Computer 7. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STAFF: Front Row: Marcia Cooper - Physical Education and Health, janet Yake - Home Economics, U gang IGHTV - -1 I Q ' sux 5' N I N E T IGHEIY4 E E N lol-ILYX mug Elan-I1glY ! TY IGH sl GI-ITY IGHTV sl 4 GHTY sm EIGHEIVX: EIGHLY EIGHTY Sl 4 CL-ASSES CLASS GP 1989 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Nathan Cotton - Treasurer, Teresa Heacock - Vice President, Malinda Chalfant, Stacey Mattix - Secretary, Stacy Beck Tony Belden Gary Bennett Travis Benson Scott Bergandine Rob Bishop Tammy Bishop Yvonne Black Deana Bollinger jim Brey Scott Brocklesby Shelly Buckel Cathy Burns Dennis Busse Ryan Cardwell Matthew Carwell Faith Casto Randy Casto Malinda Chalfant Dallan Christian john Christman Theodore Clark Colette Colcott Christina Colflesh Melvin Comfort Nathan Cotton Annette Cunningham Chris Davis as 5 K X OX X y xx for if S5 M Majorette Susan Shepard and the marching band perform at the Homecoming game. W , 1 S N ' A to eyee eecc .S , 2 ae v X - . fiiiiisfw' TS N X N gg xg as Q as ,N 'tk' .HT N x x X Y ea M h. X N. R Nw e QQ' NX sq' tl li -Hua M oe Edwards drives in For a layup shot in a reserve game. 'Vlembers of the freshman class whoop-it-up on heir float in the Homecoming parade. FRESHMAN PHOTOS NOT AVAILABLE john Blanton jeff Bunker junior Clay Paulette Clay Brian Hadhcrg David Hatfield Randy Hinkle Melissa Hollingsworth Michelle Mason Tracy Mess Mary Roach Todd Snyder Rhonda Sturgell joe Wright Lynn Denman Antonio Depolo Tony Detwiler Denise Downer Shonda Eastridge joe Edwards jeff Elliott Becky Evans David Fitzgerald Tim Frost Steve Fuller Robert Gifford Ben Graham Mike Green Christine Grimm Cherie Hawk Teresa Heacock Brian Hoffman Nathan Hull Missy Hutchinson Lesa jackson Adam Kalb Harvey Keenan Robin Keene Lori Kehrwecker Corenna Kelsey Mayo Lee Bruce Levings Rachel Lindsay joel Lockhart Kristen Maher Tyna Mann Reece Martin Kerry Martinez Stacey Mattix Tina McFarland Mike McKinney Teresa McKinney Tislwa McLoughlin R 5 Leonard Meaelram jerry Miley Denny Miller Troy Miller Melissa Moore jerry Murray Bronwyn Naysmitli Mark Owens Paul Pendleton Melissa Perry Sliane Peters Kristi Peterson Robin Peterson Chanda Pteifer is K Alieia Powers Ruby Priclrard jason Ralwer Lisa Redmond Clieri Reed Frank Reymer Kalene Robinson jason Rogers Erie Rouslr jolrn Saylor llolfrert Selroles Lonnie Scott jill Seekel Susie Slrarp Tlre Mt. Cilead Freslrman lvasleetlwall team earned tlre MOC crown lwy defeating Cardington, Ontario, and lliglrland in tournament play, Tlxe lndians won a -1'-7--12 dou- lwle overtime victory over lliglrland in tlre elrampion- slrip ganre. Tlre team was 12-5 for tlie season. Team memlvers witlr tlieir troplry are tKneel- ingj Mike Meliinney, Mike Green, Clrris Davis, jel-l' Ll- liott, t'5tandingj Manager Lon' nie Scott, Kraig Slripman, Ryan Cardwell, Adam Kallw, joe lNrig,l1t, Brian lladlverg, and Coaelr jim Rupp. H if lvkkh rv, X. fu. ' . 752 . if P V f W, 7 ml Pendleton proudly displays his plaque for he-ing ctcd the outstanding l,vvel l AIASA student in Ohio, dy Cas-to gets good distance in the long jump in a k meet, Walter Shelley Susan Shepard Kraig Shipman Bret Shoewalter Melanie Spearman Craig Staley Scott Stephenson Kim Stoner Brian Stotts Christina Street jason Street Hazel Taylor Cheri Thompson K Angie Trimmer john Trout jon Turner Sandy Welch Colleen Welty Steve Underwood A Lisa West Dawn Wiseman Us-ff' J 1 f ,, Stacy Beck as The Prologue, Tina McFarland as Moonshine, Matt Card- well as Lion, jerry Murray as Thishe, Scott Brocklesby as Wall, and Mike McKinney as Pyramus get ready to present a skit from "A Midsummer Night's Dream," During his dance routine in the Charlie Brown pro- duction, Linus fjim Breyj sings "My Blanket and Me." SCPHOMORES CLASS OF 1988 Bob Belcher drills holes in some brass sheeting for his project. April Anthony Mary jo Anthony Amy Applegate Bill Arnold Mark Bartley Patricia Baughman Patrick Beall Bob Belcher Brian Brinkerhoff Tina Bunker Steve Burden Anthony Bush Mike Bush ' Kirsten Carlson t N. l H I SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Melissa Hines - Secretary, Tressa Kin- cade - Vice President, Merrily jackson - President, Alena Miller - Treasurer. i .Z E i Above: Sophomores tour the facilities at Tri-Rivers Career Center. Right: Keith Shipman goes in for a layup unopposed. L r , Q A O ia f ff M . iexqgm Mark Crawford weighs in his car before competing in the Pine Wood Special Race on Science Day. Patricia Carr Gary Carwell Roni Chubb Ken Collins Kelley Cook Kris Counts ' Mark Crawford F ' ' Sherry Davis Debbie DeBoard Todd Decker Alicia Drake Bill Drake Laurie Drake Thad Fidler xt If David Cattshall Dennis Gleason Lori Graham Kathy Greenawalt Anna Hamilton jeff Harbaugh Candee Harden Pam Reed and Jodi Rosenberger wait in the station before board- ing the train in Windsor for Montreal. SOPHOMORE PHOTOS NOT A VAILABLE Tyrone Davis jereme Mess Tammy Metzger Bob Nelson Tina Persinger Steve Smith Tonya Heacock Michelle Hedrick Melissa Hines Barb Hollingsworth Merrily jackson Debbie james Jeanie jason jimmy jones jeff Kilgour A Tressa Kincade ' 'lg Mike Kirk g A Michelle Lambert Greg Landon ' I Mary Lashley Shannon Lemley Meegan Levering jeff Levings Karolyn Lewis Melanie Marshman Craig Matney Victoria McCrea S 5 Bill McLoughlin Angie McMillin Lena Meadows Alena Miller Lane Miller Lisa Mills Angie Moore 1 K' Lorie Mynhier Tadd Nicholson Paul Palmer Kevin Patrick Betty Perkins Lori Persinger Amy Ramborger A V A I , ' .l -A . Tm I, W 4 Above: Sophomores show their school spirit with their float entry in the homecoming parade. Right: Candee Harden demonstrates the art of calligraphy at the Festival of the Arts. .te efhww. 1- ww 60 K QNW In "Charlie Brown", Schroeder CMike Kirkj is determined to finish his book report on Peter Rabbit. Merrily jackson plays the bells during the bands half-time performances. 'ii its Jeff Ransbottom Angie Rankin Pam Reed jeff Renshaw Wendy Richards Anita Richardson Jodi Rosenberger Carmen Roush Bob Ruhl Karen Schiff Travis Schindley Virgil Schofield Todd Scott Sandy Sears Keith Shipman Larry Skinner Nikki Slavik Keith Smith Mark Smith Anna Stanley Tom Strong Luke Taylor Ranee Thomas Chris Thompson Audrey Troyer Heidi Van Horn Bonnie Van Sickle Nikki Wagner Mike Welty Bob Whitman Melissa Zerman Dean Zwayer IU IORS CLASS OF 1987 Zulfi Ahmed Sonny Ball Brian Barnett Matt Bartholomew Angie Baughman Kim Beall Lee Ann Benton Angie Black Dee Branch Bart Brannon Rod Brewer Tom Brooke Brian Buchanan David Burns Melinda Cardwell Chad Casto Eric Casto Rob Chalfant Jamie Christian Lori Conkle Tom Cooper Debbie Coots Beth Creasap Scott Curts jerry Drake Stacy Drake Charisse Eckard Jody Edwards Lisa Edwards Terry Edwards William Edwards Julie Elliott Kirby Franck Angie Furniss Debbie George Craig Graham Matt Graham Tom Green James Greenawalt JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: julie Elliott - President, Michele Walter Vice President, Lee Ann Benton - Secretary, Lizz Pollard - Treasurer. . A X 'sit if 6' A , , , X to . ,Q y ' if iw.,-Wm, - e is, -3 1 -. .I 1 :3-tj ' . ,. R., it E ai X X ' S ,Se-swab me x " H 45 X it k wa X 1 rv-1 , K . A. k,,f""" 5 lxxxw the DECA ski outing, "Is Brent Staley terror of the slopes or just terrified?" Donna Grimm Tina Hankins Jody Harris Chuck Hashman Andy Hershey Scott Hershner Tammy Hicks Andy Hoffman Shannon Kilgour Chris Kinner Troy Landon Lisa Leanard Shannon Leary Linda Maddy Laurie Martinez Amy McCreary Steven McFarland Randi McQuistion Roxie Monk Gregg Morrison Julie Mosier Corey Murphy Tricia Murphy Kelly Nesbitt Denny Noble Sam Oh Damon Osborne Sherry Persinger Mark Peters Deanna Peterson Kelly Plogher Trisha Plogher Lizz Pollard jay Postell Wendy Postell Shelly Reed Troy Rhodebeck Vicki Rose Tonya Rupp Valerie Schimmoell Betty Sears Joel Seckle Darren Shade Kelly Smith CI' Kenneth Smith Tracy Smith Randy Snyder Frank Sparkman Brad Staiger Brent Staley Patrick Swihart Rollie Thill Robin Trimble Ted Trout Tim Ullom Todd Ullom Tammy Van Houten Charlene Walker Michele Walter Matt Vanderkooi Keith Votaw Marty Wertz Debbie West Mark White Derek Yeagley 1 V' ,I W' Qi t ff ciil l5HCDTOS'NOT AVAILABLE B B T 5 f 1986 Buckeye Boys' State: Mount Gilead's delegates to Boys' Stati which was held at Bowling Green State University from june 11 2.1, were Matt Bartholomew, Randi McQuistion, Mark Peters, a Brian Barnett. Alternates tStandingj were Chad Casto, Kirby Frarij cis, and Eric Casto who is not pictured. Boys' State is an annu, event sponsored by the American Legion. ' iiii i"i yi Samantha I-larshnerr -r i - ylleicigfeiaefesato 1 e B Michelle Moms h Cregltifladberg B, Q Kathy Turner me 64 Mark White slides into third just ahead of the ball. ,, .yy In Chem. I students complete an experiment to see if hydrogen gas can be produced from magnesium and hydrochoric acid. Denny Noble cautiously watches Troy Landon cap a glass tube. i. .A l"k W . . Q? se E, Members of the varsity cross country team serve as hosts for the Mt. Gilead junior High Invitational. Kirby Francis, Valerie Schimmoeller, and Keith Votaw post finishing times. Above: Damon Osborne solos for the crowd during the half-time show at the Homecoming game. Left: Wendy Postell, Beth Creasap, and Shannon Kil- gour act as dog wardens to "Pound the Bulldogs" on the junior float for the Homecoming parade. 65 Senior Class Cf 1986 As a part of the "Marching Purple Pride", the Flag Corps participates in all the band's halftime and parade performances. Senior members of the Flag Corps are Connie Davis, Lisa Shoewalter, Michelle Cotton, Angie Levings, Deb Burgandine, Brenda DeBoard, and Lorena Augenstein. Angie, Deb, and Misty performed with the Corps for four years. Senior members of the "Marching Purple Pride" are Linda Lord, Yvonne Bartman, Kelli Ashbrook, Angie Harvey, jon Higgins, Holly Hughes, Susan Reid, and Brian Dye. All, except Linda Lord who moved to Mt. Gilead this year, have been four- year participants in marching band. 66 ww in ...W f 1 ,i,, , W PM P- t L fa tm" -eq I fa! Q -A, R .K , 4 T 25. --v ..,,,., 'ff M Lg' , ,J sm Sq '7 ' GJ- I 5: Q' . W' - , - 3 ISIIIICI1 v 5 L I 'ff ' ,Hr V 'Wifi-VA' IM 93' w.. I vw N V x ,Fm . mf. , f 1' 40 1-E al Q , xv'-""'w..m..,., , 1 x ,I V , , 5 KELLI ASHBROOK LORENA AUGENSTEIN YVONNE BARTMAN PAULA BELBOT TRACY BEST DORIS BEVAN DEBBIE BURGANDINE SCOTT CARTER RANDY CHILCOTE MIKE COOK MICHELLE COTTON CONNIE DAVIS BRENDA DEBOARD BRIAN DYE CHRIS EICHLER ANGIE EVERHART KRISTIN FIDLER MELODY FLETCHER KATHY FRICKE TED FURNISS STEVE CABLE MAURICE GRAHAM BRIAN GRAY JIM GRESS 67 Jeff Roush concentrates as he tees off in the Mount Invitational Golf Tournament. Jeff and his teammates went on Deb Wiseman bumps up the ball to the setters. win the Champignghip trophy, "m:2Af1:: 5 i Indian football players show their spirit as quarterback Dick Nelson goes in for a touchdown against the Irish of Marion Catholic. he Senior class takes first place in the Homecoming float com- etition with the theme "Roast the Dogs." Jim Gress charges up the last hill on the Mount Gilead cross country course in the MOC conference meet. Members of the Marching Purple Pride perform in the homecoming half time show. 69 Vi A i ., tile" I ,, .152 S' wav - i . lilyfff -f ','- Q-ff?-. 4 .:.-0531.2 Vt H 1 1Z5.?'w' ' N M' fi f",j43'v'5'7w . 1,51Flifiii'-Jf'.fif-1.521 .y I Liigklgjziaivr gg- ,mfg 5 -t A! ggfiww. .mtv :il :'::i1r:i4f,'.' ,N ft-1 wifi' -. .N ' ,v K' .tt ' Jlfriw' hill-1, 1 . f +A y X- ww-1 .L ,f -yglt 'f'-in ' ' X limi. "4 1' ,gsfff 1-. , gm 9- g. .. A H 4 Uh., I ., -, XV 5 1 ,YI X. iie"lHltPK" H ' fi ,L rs' uw' Ula Nl A 'l I 'gr- e l- ' A 'waxy f.. i . RLS it 41, w'3gfN',.i:?5 ' 'tiivjffiyi . ' -11, Q Y' --tv' -M ff: 4: f,I,fsf. " .12 '- -,Yi.- g 42 S, gqtfli ,A V I 1511+ fc we rn gt, 0.3 L 1' ,, 1. A I M 4 I :Na i fi L'f,lF'w' ' , P . D N if ' :? f't" F rf .v'ffY'f"i':Hi V ' ffl ig l,7 "i'i' i 1':.1.5W . w , S?-a:.',-grz, ,Q-Frggi 4, f ,gi'6..-'N-Ai, -45.-l we 1. A 3.1 t,1,'9.5:X,1: I F qu 51" i,.Qfff,gi139'i5'i5?', '? "' I '.,f5f 47 'gfqwl - 31,53-Qf.22f3f'?ffa if My r ' , H g,7,,fl5f:vfi5s f ., , 1 3-,gt't3,,. " . -p, -.,grigf.,.'-.fi ,mfs- , -' r . N4 ' --2 .4 J Q ' ' ' JW?-if --aff: " - .,,,, ,- 5, -twfa 'T 'M'-av.,:f""A f " I., 1 it -.:f., ilffgai-, ' P, W." Gail Mullett crosses the bridge on the Mt. Gilead cross county course during the M.O.C. Meet. Majorettes Greta Loren and jennifer Hootman. . 1 Brian Hershey moves into the Bulldog secondary after breaking a tackle. 70 W 'HN f ff 'Q- In .L , 1 J . J. ,., ,', k . W"'-auf ,A .3 Xi -'I Y - If- x 1 .N ,nil , grey ff 'A H x-q .YR Qu W'-1, , ,. 9 A ' '1 " . :Q 1 fl ' fl 'I -,'X, I "' 4 1 xv 'gh I TIM HACK SHERI HALL JIM HARMAN ANGIE HARVEY JEFF HAYES BRIAN HERSHEY JON HIGGINS TERESA HOLLINGSWORTH JENNIFER HOOTMAN HOLLY HUGHES LAVONNE HUTCHINSON ANGELA JACKSON ROB JOHNSON KIM KEITH JENNIFER KIMMEY RUSTY KLAIBER SHANNA LEVERING ANGIE LEVINGS EARL LINDER GRETA LOREN SHELLY MACHESKY JOE MATSON JAMES MCAVOY KIM MCFARLAND LYNETTE MORGAN THERESA MULLEN BRENDA MULLETT GAIL MULLETT 71 41 In a study of art and architecture, Leana Scott works to get the right degree of shading. Above: Layout editors Gail Snell and Doris Bevan develop film and look over the latest edition of the "Indian Express." Right: Scott Carter checks materials out of the EMC. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERSg Seated: Vice President Wagner, President Tim Hack. Standing: Secretary Paula Treasurer Holly Hughes. .tmmamwmww Mizpah staffers Sheri Hall, Brian Dye, and Lorena select pictures to use on the homecoming pages. X. A ,fy f ,W ,, f ,W We . 5 jsi, el , ,,, Mb Mlm fed? f. V, 'QL L, K ,. A ,,, ,' , E eq. I , MIWM :qw 1 fm:f. ,f- .-wb my, f ., f 1 6'--f: zz:-L1 f v . w,a,w'ew ff Q Q gy gmnz fi E mm yi K J f Q ' 7 M' --1-as ' wi H A I X 1 W Ak F 1 f w , - -wx ii f w"L"W..,,,, fl gp' 35','2gg24 W' ff J' fr gf: a 5 3 if-5543, H I ezwwfk "' as 5 Ai V fQ.Qi2vPffA:g155i4, ' W, 1 ,, ,,49x, : h :ik ,,i?,,,43lggf W g, g,,,,,5, ?Qfi,,i,m LQM Yuen. A V -fxgx ' 5 1 'L7, Q I ,,,. I t 6 'ww' 'gifiifigf V kggywf' M w-.4 ' .. DICK NELSON TONY NICHOLSON BOB PLOGHER BRUCE RAMSIER EDDIE RANSBOTTOM SUSAN REID ELIZABETH ROACH JULIE ROGERS JEFF ROUSH ROBIN SCHIMMOELLER LEANA SCOTT JEFF SECKEL STEPHANIE SHEPARD LISA SHOEWALTER STACY SIECFRIED BECKY SMITH GAIL SNELL APRIL SPENCER DAVID STYER MICHAEL TOLBERT NOEL VAN ROMER STEPHANIE WAGNER DEBBIE WISEMAN MICHELLE WOLFORD HEATHER YOUNG BRIAN ZERMAN 74 all A ur- Qui' 4, 45: X X, I M ' ,,,,,,.--I 3- 45. ,X -,K .ai , f N 3 w I W If V ww ' . M 1 2 f it ,- ,... 'IQ 1 J v ...fi-if 4? f ,4' J i L . , 1. , . ,.,. V i -T Seniors Ted Furniss and Jeff Roush display the State Class A Golf Championship Trophy which they helped win. ln the State Tour- nament, Ted led the lndian's with a 148 score and Jeff cardecl a 159. I f Www Mrs. Fidler demonstrates how she wants the scene done. Brenda Mullett comes down after a successful spike against the High- land Scots. SENIOR PHOTOS NOT A VAILABLE GREG BUNKER PEGGY DAVIS MINDY BROWN BECKY COLLINS JANET POUT CHARLES GOERS STEVE I-IATFIELD GEORGE KLEIN LISA LAWINGS VICKIE LEONARD LAURIE MARTINEZ TAMMY SMITH CARLA WRIGHT LINDA LORD CAROL RIDENOUR Seniors in Advance Placement act out a scene from J.B. In Industrial Arts Lab Tim Hack prepares to strike an arc IGI-IEIY 4 5l 4 FIGHTY nanfv 5' IGI-lg SD" :ang IGHTY Sl EIGHTY Sl 4 IGHTY 5' :ang IGHTY SI 4 IGHTY . sl 4 N I N E T E E N sl IGH1g'Y - an - Sl IGHEIY '- sl ! 4 - 4 - SPECIAL EVENT S Ashbrook Reigns As 1985 Homecoming Queen We 'iw M 'Xml 2 SE! -ugh, ,r 3 1985 HOMECOMING QUEEN AND SENIOR ATTENDANTS: Seated: Shanna Levering Queen Kelli Ashbrook Shelly Machesky. Standing: Kristin Ficller, Debby Wiseman. 1985 HOMECOMING COURT: Sophomore Attendant Meegan Levering, Senior Atten Shanna Leverin Debb Wiseman Shell Machesk Kristin Fidler Queen Kelli dants g, y , y y, , Ashbrook, Junior Attendant Lisa Edwards, Freshman Attendant Kristen Maher. 78 Head majorettes Greta Loren and Jennifer Hootman entertain the half-time crowd by twirling fire. '- 1 ,Q I' ' ft 'nf'-Q., , ,. if " f'QX.X:54ff.'if5 1, " I- U "if 'l V Liar. " , "ffi'Q..- TIA' if I 7-5 The 1985 Homecoming Week showed spirit and drive among the team, the cheerleaders and the student body. Spirit Week participants dressed in 50's garb, wore Hawai- ian clothing, sweats, ties and "blue" to beat the Bulldogs. The annual parade was held on Monday rather than the traditional Thursday. A heavy rain did not dampen senior spirit as they rose to take first place in the float contest with the theme "Roast the Dogs". On Thursday a blazing bonfire did its part to get coaches, students and fans psyched for the contest with Crestline. In pregame activi- ties, Kelli Ashbrook was crowned Homecoming Queen for 1985. Unfortunately, the Indians bowed to the Bulldogs, 14 - 8. On Saturday a Homecoming Dance was sponsored by DECA with DJ. Tom Danner, Inc. providing the sound. " ...w ' V I: v I .. f -5, 44 Ar ,A -ir.. .t , b - 1 as A I - f , ' W "Ms ' " JM R ' ' ' . The MCH5 Flag Corps complements Melissa Hines' solo. Left:Trombonist Joel Seclcel leads one of the lines in the Marching Purple Pride's half-time show. Below: Tom Cooper heads down field a long Below: The Indian defense stops the Bulldogs. gain. MGHS Golfers Make History As State Champs With a season record of 22 wins and 2 losses, the Mount Gilead Varsity Golf team is the first team in MGI-IS history to become State Champions. The Indi- ans set a new Class A scoring record of 617 in the state tournament. Along the way to the state title, the team won the MOC and District Championships and were runners-up in the Regional Tournament. A school as- sembly was held to honor the team after their victory. Bafffirzf 'lm S5 'ly QQ y lair? l:fiE'7??i5 mi Q' 'Z 14 W .. Q, it 2 S Uilflifizlfi lm ,Zig 7? fide Mm gg, 3 iffy. fo Cla ssrr 1 f 7 . in-...M The leader board tells the story of the team's play at the State Tournament. Coach Larry Furniss proudly holds the trophy won by his team. of the Mt. Gilead Varsity Members Golf team are shown with the trophies during the season in their the State Championship. they won drive for Team members are Kneeling: Dave Gattshall, Mark White, Standing: Dave Gattshall, Mark White, Standing: Troy Rhodebeck, Mary Bartley, Jeff Roush, Ted Furniss, and Coach Larry Furniss. Prom Held At Masonic Temple In Mansfield Prom-goers fill the dance floor during one of the fast dances. ,sF.L'?2 White and Kristen Maher enjoy one of the many slow at the Prom. This year's Prom, "This Could Be the Night," was held Saturday, May 17th, at the Masonic Temple in Mansfield. The program opened with Junior Class President Julie Elliott welcoming the Seniors as the Juniors guests to the Prom. The rest of the program consisted of reading the Junior Class Wills and the Senior Class Prophecies. Prom- goers danced to the music of Derek Warner until about 11:30 at which time they went to the Mansfield Square Cinema to see the movie "Fire With Fire." The rest of the after-prom activities were held at Nitemoves Cafe. Focal point of the dance floor decorations at the formal prom was a gazebo. During the program Lizz Pollard and Julie Elliott read the Class Wills while Lee Benton and Michele Walter wait to read the Class Prophecies. 1986 School Musical Is Charlie Brown This year the Mount Gilead High School Drama and Music departments presented the musical "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." The production was based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz and showed an average day in the life of Charlie Brown. Stage play centered around everyday events in typical days of Char- lie's life, from Valentines Day to the baseball season. Dur- ing the play, the audience views the way Charlie and his friends interact to little events such as Snoopy's joy of a full supper dish, Charlie's sadness of not receiving a Val- entine, and to the gangs forming a baseball team. The play was presented in the Junior High auditorium on April 18, 19, and 20. Right: Charlie Brown doubts Lucy's psychoanalysis. CAST: Front Row: Chris Street, Kirby Francis, Chris Kinner, Kristin Fidler, Cathy Burns, Susan Reid. Back Row: Sheri Hall, Me- linda Cardwell, Angie Lev- ings, Angie Purniss, Mike Kirk, Jim Brey, Matt Bar- tholomew, jill Seckel. 1'l'l5 Cl0Ul'0R 9 .,,, .,,, , 5, ...MT 2 Q I Patty opens Pigpen's Valentine with disgust. Lucy threatens her brother - Linus with her deadly -um' X ff . is N , .kk- X. Festival Of The Arts Held Un May 4th On Sunday, May 4th, the 19th annual Festival of the Arts was held. Again this year Art Club and the Industrial Art Club co-sponsored the Festival. The high school cafeteria was trans- formed into a gallery to display student art work and projects, and into a demonstration areas for students to show the public what artistic and technical skills they have learned. Right: Anna Stanley and Ranee Thomas demonstrate how to batik a shirt. Kelli Ashbrook writes in calligraphy. Scott Brocklesby - shapes clay into artistic designs Above: Leana Scott and Kelly Plogher demonstrate watercoloring techniques. Right: Cats are a favorite of Anna Stanley, even a ceramic cat. ries sk. part of a contest to design and build lightweight-struss bridges that will Tadd Nicholson demonstrates leather tooling as he t heavy loads before collapsing, Randi McQuistion and Bob Ruhl weigh cuts leather into various shapes prior to embossing of their bridges. it. Fw 'hir the end of the school year drafting students jon Higgins explains various techniques used in wrought iron welding to architectural design. Bob Belcher works on his Mr. Pendleton. It Pendleton and Mike Green use the letterpress to print wel- According to Mark Peters, all men of genius have their toys. cards for Festival guests. Mark shows how to put a programable robot through its paces. Sunday afternoon, June 8th, 90 members of the senior class were awarded diplomas during Mount Gilead High School's 111th commencement. Members of the class marched to their seats while the band played "Pomp and Circumstancef' After the invocation by Mr. Dale Snell, the choir presented a medley of songs which the Se- nior Girls' Ensemble. The principal speaker was Past Ohio FFA President Leroy Bill- man. Michelle Cotton and Greta Loren gave the valedictorian and salutatorian address- es. After receiving their diplomas, members of the graduating class released dozens of purple and white balloons that drifted off into the clear blue sky as the crowd left the football field. Bottom Row: Tony Nicholson, J eff Hayes, Doris Bevan, Gail Snell, Michelle Cotton, Susan Reid, Angie Harvey. Row 2: Ted Furniss, Jeff Roush, Melody Fletcher, Lynette Morgan, Shanna Le- vering, Michelle Machesky, Heather Young. Row 3: Jim Harman, Bruce Ramsier, Kathy Pricke, Stefanie Wagner, Becky Collins, Debbie Wiseman, Becky Smith. Row 4: James Ransbot- tom, Brian Dye, Gail Mullett, Theresa Mullen, Yvonne Bartman, Connie Davis, Michelle Wol- ford. Row 5: Mitch Hutchinson, Jon Higgins, Lorena Augenstein, Colleen Copp, Stacy Sieg- friend, Julie Rogers, Angela Jackson. Top Row: Randy Chilcote, Joe Matson, Brian Zerman, Scott Carter, Mike Cook, Dick Nelson, Linda Lord, Brenda DeBoard. Senior Above: Valedictorian Michelle Cotton and salutatorian Greta Loren lead the processional as the seniors march to their seats. Right: Leroy Billman, Past President of the Ohio PFA, addresses the commencement audience. Class 'WN-Q. lf Q N Bottom Row: Lisa Snider Lawings, LaVonne Hutchinson, Janet Pout, Tracy Best, Kim McFar- land, Russell Klaiber, Bob Plogher. Row 2: Stephanie Shepard, Elizabeth Roach, Sheri Hall, Robin Schimmoeller, Peggy Davis, Jamie McA- voy, Greg Bunker. Row 3: Teresa Hollingsworth, Holly Hughes, Kelli Ashbrook, Angie Levings, Debbie Burgancline, David Styer, Stephan Ga- ble. Row 4: Brenda Mullett, Leana Scott, April Spencer, Sonja Schilling, Lisa Shoewalter, Rob- ert Johnson, James Gress. Row 5: Noel Van- Romer, Kristin Fidler, Jennifer Kimmey, Angie Everhart, Carla Wright, Maurice Graham, Ste- ven Harfield. Top Row: Greta Loren, Jennifer Hootman, Brian Hershey, Tim Hack, Brian Gray, Jeff Seckel, Chris Eichler, Earl Linder. Not pictured: Carol Ridenour, Paula Belbot. . Sew! V- The Senior Girls' Ensemble makes its last ap- pearance with the choir. receiving their diplomas. seniors release purple and white Brian Zerman, Holly Hughes, and Ion Higgins congratulate each other after graduating. Science Day Features Numerous Fields As a sequel to last year's successful Literary Day, it was decided to hold a Science Day. On Monday, May 5th, the usual class schedules were dispensed with and students had an opportunity to attend 6 special presentations in various scientific fields. All students attended a session on the life of Albert Einstein who was portrayed by Mr. Ed Metzger. Activities which students could participate in during the day were COSI's Stardome - a portable plane- tarium, a tour of Mr. Brucker's solar home, the Ohio De- partment of Natural Resources' Hunter Safety Program, and the "Pinewood Derby." Students could also attend classes and demonstrations on Sports' Medicine, Weather Forecasting, Oceanography Nuclear Power, Chemistry, Genealogy, and NASA's Space Program. Students wait to enter COSI's Stardome. Mr. Dave Banyas, of the Mansfield weather office, explains to how meteorological maps are used to predict the weather. Mr. Ed Metzger gives his portrayal of the early life of Albert Einstein. Mr. Pendleton and Bob Nelson watch a race between cars built by Scott Curts and Shawn Hankins in the Pinewood Derby. Under the direction of Morrow County Game protector Steve Dillon, students fire at targets on the Wildlife Target range. Nl E 4 T E4 E N lang lang I - Q IGHEIY IGHTY 'W' I I I S' I IGHLY sang nanfv nal-HY - SI 4 IGHTY - 'GMI-,uv sl 4 sl 4 nanrv .W I su I g 4 . 4 - 4 IGHLV 4 4 4 High School Administrative Staff PAUL ANDERSON - Principal BS - Marietta College MA - University of Akron 3 years at Mount Gilead LARRY FURNISS - Guidance Counselor BA - Eastern Kentucky University MA - Bowling Green State University 15 years at Mount Gilead VIRGINIA MEYER - Guidance Counselor BS - Ohio University MA - Ohio State University 21 years at Mount Gilead DAN SWAGERTY - Physical Ed. and AD BA - Westmont College MA - Azusa Pacific College 3 years at Mount Gilead DONNA SHIRK - Secretary to the Principal Graduate of Northmor High School 4 years at Mount Gilead SHERRY SECKEL - Assistant Secretary to the Principal Graduate of Mount Gilead High School 1 year at Mount Gilead DAVE BEATTY - Math and Computer BS - Ohio State University 1 year at Mount Gilead, ROGER BECK - Vocational Agriculture BS - Ohio State University MA - Xavier University 8 years at Mount Gilead SUZANNE BECK - Bookkeeping, Business BA - Notre Dame University 12 years at Mount Gilead High School Faculty I ,C MERRILL BRUCKER - Industrial Arts BS - Ohio University MA - Ohio University 19 years at Mount Gilead ROBIN BRUCKER - Art BA - Mount Union College 6 years at Mount Gilead FORREST BYRON - Marketing Education BA - Ashland College MA - Kent State University 10 years at Mount Gilead DEBRA CLAUSS - Spanish BA - Ohio State University 6 years at Mount Gilead CINDY FIDLER - English BA - Heidelberg College MA - University of Michigan 9 years at Mount Gilead JOHN GAMES - Chemistry, Physics BS - Bowling Green State University MA - Bowling Green State University 12 years at Mount Gilead IOANNE HILL - Speech Therapist BS - Miami University MA - Ohio State University 13 years at Mount Gilead BRUCE HISTED - Vocal Music BM - Ohio Wesleyan University 6 years at Mount Gilead OLEN JACKSON - Physical Education BA - Morehead State University 24 years at Mount Gilead LEANN KING - Typing, Business BS - Wilmington College 13 years at Mount Gilead LARRY KROPP - Math BS - Bluffton College 7 years at Mount Gilead ROBERT LUST - Instrumental Music BM - Morehead State University 6 years at Mount Gilead JAMES MILLER - History, French BA - Otterbein College MA - Ohio State University 27 years at Mount Gilead JILL MONTROSE - Phys. Ed., Health BS - University of Toledo 10 years at Mount Gilead LESTER POAST - Special Education BA - University of Akron 2 years at Mount Gilead SANDY QUINLAN - English, Speech Concordia Teachers College 1 year at Mount Gilead JOHN QUINN - Social Studies BS - Ohio State University MA - Ohio State University 20 years at Mount Gilead WILLIAM SCHINDLEY - Industrial Arts BS - Wilmington College 19 years at Mount Gilead VIRGIL STALEY - Math, Algebra I BS - Rio Grande College MA - Bowling Green State University 10 years at Mount Gilead ILENE STAMBAUGH - Librarian BA - Morehead State University MA - Morehead State University 11 years at Mount Gilead MARSHA STRUNK - English, Reading BA - Olivet Nazarene College 1 year at Mount Gilead RON THILL - Biology, Anatomy, Botonay BS - Olivet Nazarene College MA - University of Michigan 19 years at Mount Gilead CHERYL TRIVISONNO - English BA - Kent State University 4 years at Mount Gilead MICHELLE VAN DORN - Home Economics BS - Bowling Green State University 6 years at Mount Gilead Mount Gilead School Classified Staff Chg 3 ,1?":t,'X" 2 K5 Q i .mu-L ,Maintenance supervisor George Schiff is responsible for the care of the school grounds. FOOD SERVICE PERSONNEL: Mary Williams, Lois Robinson, Becky Higgins, Cafeteria Manager Barbara Brown, Virginia Shipman, Sara Wright. in JHL, is ,,,. M ,,,, H N www QMS! N ,..,,..,,s, i 2 -3- t N "if 3l1fi?iff1-Z ---ff . r . .. C. ,,.,r, ,,,.... .... , ra.-, use .-,,. .c ,,,, .sax-Sl - High school custodians are Dorothy Emmons, Audrey Suther- land, and Dan Long. Maintenance man and groundkeeper Grover Geyer gets the school ready for commencement. BUS DRIVERS: Kneeling: Brenda Gerasimof, Barb Troyer, Bus Supervisor Jerry Shipman, Janet Davis. Standing: Kathy Claffey, Cherie Shipman, Janet Mullins, Bobby Hall, Mary Ann Rizor, Mary Feld, Mechanic Ron Coleman. Nl NE 1' E E N :aug lan-ILY lan-IQ' IGHLV :cl-lg 4- :GI-IEIY lang :aug IGHLY IGI-ITV 5' ' IGHTV IGI-IEIY 51 mug IGIQILY IGHTY 5' ' IGHTV IGHEIY U sl mag lang UR Choir Sings Carols At State House The Mount Gilead High School Con- cert Choir and the Show Choir, Celebra- tion '87, had a busy year. In addition to the Christmas and Spring Concerts, the choir was invited to sing carols at the State House Rotunda in Columbus. The choir participated in the OMEA large group contest, and sang for the Lenten Service at the Presbyterian Church. Cele- bration '87 sang for many service and social groups throughout the year. Both groups performed at the Music Boosters' Ice Cream Social. To end the year the concert choir and senior girls' ensemble .tr sang at Commencement. Quill BARBER SHOP QUARTET: Kirby Francis, Mr. Bruce Histed, William Edwards, Mr. Robert Lust, Keith Votaw, SHOW CHOIR: Front Row: Michelle Cotton, Dee Branch, Meegan Levering, Angie Levings. Back Row: Leana Scott, William Edwards, Susan Reid, Keith Votaw, Greta Loren, Kirby Francis, Stephanie Shepard, Chris Kinner. Absent: Lorena Augenstein, CHOIR: Front Row: Choir Director Bruce Histed, Heidi Van Horn, Sandi Welch, Victoria McCrea, Kim Beall, Tina Bunker, Melissa Hines, Noel Van Romer, Meegan Levering, Stephanie Shepard, Susan Reid, Michelle Cotton. Row 2: Colette Colcott, Teresa McKinney, Dee Branch, Brenda DeBoard, Sheri Hall, Rhonda Sturgell, Greta Loren, Gail Mullett, Kerry Martinez, Michelle Morris, Charlene Walker. Row 3: Scott Stephenson, Lorena Augenstein, Angie Levings, Connie Davis, Brenda Mullett, Robin Keene, Leana Scott, Cathy Burns, Hazel Michelle Lambert, Debbie DeBoard. Back Row: Kirby Francis, David Burns, Keith Votaw, David Hankins, Todd Decker, William Edwards, Chris Kinner, Jeff Levings, Jeff Harbaugh, Jeff Renshaw, Mel Comfort. r'-'x ii:::::u:':':':f. :Q t f I was ---s- , - Purple Pride Marches In Many Festivals Mount Gilead Marching Purple Pride had an- other good year. Band members participated in the MOC and Brunswick competitions and re- ceived a "good" rating at both contests. They also marched at the Edison Zucchini Festival, Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival, Marion Popcorn Festival, Morrow County Fair, Gourd Show, and the Homecoming Parade. During the football season, the band performed at all the football games and presented a special half-time show at the Home- coming Game. On November 3 the band held its annual marching band concert. At the concert Susan Reid was named the Most Outstanding Marching Band Member. The band, for the first time, was invited to appear in the Secret Santa Parade on November 24. At the end of the school year, the band marched in the Memorial Day Parade and performed at Cedar Point. WOODWINDS: Kneeling: Lorie Mynhier Robin Peterson Bonnie Van Sickle Roxre Monk Stacy Drake Murphy, Stacy Beck, Bronwyn Naysmxth Kelly Plogher Robin Keene Standing Keith Votaw Linda Lord James, Yvonne Bartman, Susie Sharp, Kelly Ashbrook Debbie DeBoard Lori Graham Mayo Lee Luke Taylor Troyer, Cheryl Reed. BRASS: Kneeling: Melissa Hines, Jeanie Jason, Brian Hoffman Jim Brey Jeff Bunker Mike Kirk Damon Osborne Kirby Kirsten Carlson, Tyna Mann, Alicia Powers. Standing Andy Hoffman Melinda Cardwell Kelly Nesbitt Anita Richardson Seckel, Ben Graham, Stacey Mattix, Alena Miller, Meegan Levering Dee Branch Susan Reid Holly Hughes Faith Casto Busse. Brian Dye Is Outstanding Band Member This year's Concert Band made public apearances on several occasions. Band members performed at the Christmas and Spring Concerts and at the Music Boosters' annual Ice Cream Social. Members of the band participated in the O.M.E.A. large group music contests. At the Spring Music Awards Banquet, Brian Dye received the John Philip Sousa Award as the out- standing band member of the year. To complete its year's activities the band played for the Commence- ment exercises. Left: PERCUSSION SECTION: Front Row: Angie Harvey, Amy Applegate, Connie Davis. Back Row: Todd Ullom, Marty Wertz, Paul Palmer, Todd Decker. I Q WOODWIND SECTION: Front Row: Melanie Marshman, Kelly N Plogher, Sam Harshner, Colleen Copp, Merrily Jackson, Bronwyn Naysmith, Stacey Mattix, Me- lanie Spearman, Stacy Beck, Rob- in Peterson. Row 2: Tricia Mur- phy, Roxie Monk, Bonnie Van Sickle, Missy Moore, Susie Sharp, Cathy Burns, Debbie De- Board, Lori Graham, Mayo Lee, Luke Taylor. Back Row: Brenda DeBoard, William Edwards, Rob- in Keene, Cherie Reed, Greta Loren, Jennifer Hootman, Keith Votaw, Yvonne Bartman, Debbie James, Craig Matney. BRASS SECTION: Front Row: Melissa Hines, Tyna Mann, Kir- stin Carlson, Lorena Augenstein, Jeanie Jason, Susan Shepard. Row 2: Faith Casto, Theresa Mul- len, Mike Green, Paul Pendleton, Anita Richardson, Kelly Nesbitt, Melinda Cardwell. Row 3: Jim Brey, Ben Graham, Nathan Cot- ton, Kirby Francis, Jeff Bunker, Brian Hoffman. Back Row: Den- nis Busse, Mike Kirk, Damon Osborne, Joel Seckel, Brian Dye, Adam Kalb, Andy Hoffman, Alena Miller, Meegan Levering. FFA Sponsors 5th Annual Agriculture Day The Mount Gilead Chapter of the FFA was involved in many activities this year. Paul Palmer, Stacy Beck, April Anthony, and Rob Bishop accompanied Advisor Roger Beck, to the National FFA Convention in Kansas City. The chapter participated in the County Parliamentary Proce- dure Contest and tied Highland for 2nd place and a silver award. Again this year several teams represented Mount Gilead in soil judging and livestock judging contests. The FFA, with the help of the Morrow County Dairy Associa- tion and the Morrow County Pork Producers, sponsored the Sth Annual Agricultural Day. Farm animals, displays of agricultural products, and demonstrations were present- ed to the Mount Gilead Elementary Schools and the Mount Gilead Christian School. Junior and senior students study- ing agricultural careers took a field trip to the Agricultural Technical Institute at Wooster. This year's FFA Awards Banquet was held at Van Dyck's Smorgasbord in Lexing- ton. The chapter also sent delegates to the State FFA Con- vention in Columbus. At the State Convention Tracy Schindley received her State Farmer Degree. Right: At the FFA's faculty breakfast held during FFA Week, Scott Carter fries bacon. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: Front Row: john Blanton Jason Rogers Steve Underwood Rob Bishop Frank Reymer Jeff Seckel, Todd Snyder, Todd Ullom, Jeff Kilgour, I oe Wright, Mike McKinney Row 2 Mike Bush Bob Everly Brian Barnett Darren Shade, Travis Schindley, Stacy Beck, Melissa Zerman, Craig Staley Mr Roger Beck Row 3 Brian Dye Corey Murphy Andy Hoffman, Jay Postell, Randy Chilcote, Marty Wertz, Mitch Hutchinson Troy Landon Matt Vanderkooi Jamie McAvoy Tina McFarland, Bill McLoughlin, Doug Hutchinson, Dennis Gleason Row 4 Bill Arnold Earl Linder Greg Bunker David Compton Robin Trimble, Anthony Bush, Jerry Murray, Shannon Lemley Tadd Nicholson Back Row Scott Carter Todd Scott Brian Gray Brian Zerman. Tadd Nicholson, Todd Scott, Doug Hutchinson, and Shannon Lemley are members of the Soil Judging team. Members of the 1986 FFA Queen Court are Mike McKinney, Stacy Beck, Earl Linder, April Anthony, David Compton, Patty Baughman, Melissa Zerman, Brian Grey, Mary Jo Anthony, and Tadd Nicholson. Melissa Zerman was the 1986 Mount Gilead FFA Queen. Beck is thew1nneroftheStarGreen Mr Beck congratulates Randy Chilcote Darren Shade presents the Honorary Award for winning the Star Chapter Farmer Chapter Farmer Award to Mr. Daten Bar- nett for his help to the FFA. Mount Gilead DECA Dominates Contests The Mount Gilead DECA Club again dominated the District DECA Contests at Richland Mall. Local students winning trophies were Gail Snell, Doris Bevan, Stacy Siegfried, Paula Belbot, Rob Chal- fant, Lizz Pollard, Deb Burgandine, Deana Peterson, Angela Jackson, Beth Bensley, Tammy VanHouten, Bruce Ramsier, Julie Rogers, Kathy Fricke, Debby Wiseman, Julie El- liott, Shelly Machesky, Tonya Rupp, Shannon Kilgour, Andy Hershey, Angie Black, Todd Ul- lom, and Craig Graham. Forrest Bryon is the Mount Gilead DECA advisor. SENIOR DECA: Seated: Deb Burgandine, Gail Snell, Doris Bevan Shelly Machesky Fricke, Julie Rogers. Standing: Maurice Graham, Stacy Siegfried Becky Smith Ramsier, Debby Wiseman, Lynette Morgan, Elizabeth Roach Paula Belbot Jackson. Olluu S1 lil JUNIOR DECA: Front Row: Stacy Drake, Wendy Postell, Tonya Rupp, Julie Elliott Shelly Reed Linda Angie Black. Row 2: Shannon Kilgour, Andy Hershey, Zulfi Ahmed, Lizz Pollard Deana Peterson Craig Brent Staley, Steve McFarland. Back Row: Michele Walter, Beth Bensley, Tammy VanHouten Tammy Hicks Monk, Jamie Sparkman, Todd Ullom, Rob Chalfant, Scott Curts, Robin Trimble Mount Gilead IAC Is Again Best In Ohio . ..-Q .. I ff me r 1 : 5-.1 1 f-fa, ' V 5 ' ' ' 1111213925 ,. .,,. If .... Qi "2ff55N' 32. .gs-S W ...eg '1l'ff" 'F -:i:':.i:",x- 4 ' s V itz - 1+ . . V I Q ....a... if -1 1 ,. Q RK ip A V . , , 5, 0 , . V. f '--- if , W I 5, iiii . - s ,I ww. ' -V K xg' gal . .2-,l f I . Q ii, '13 A Mairf f' .I I ' ff I ,, ' fig? ,,,,i2,, Level I students taking part in contests were Linda Scott, Nathan Cotton, Harvey Keenan, Mike Green, Reece Martin, Steve Fuller, and David Fitzgerald. 'SB Members of the Level II chapter team are Mark Peters, Jon Higgins, Tony Nicholson, Jeff Roush, Jeff Hayes, and Chad Casto. At the Ohio AIASA State Convention in Akron, the Mount Gilead AIASA chapter placed first in the state chapter competition. Mount Gilead won 31 awards at the convention. In addition Tadd Nicholson was elected 1986- 87 state vice-president, Chad Casto was elected state re- porter, and Steve McFarland was elected district vice-presi- dent. Randi McQuistion and Chad Casto received the Silver Achievement Award. In Level II competition Mount Gilead placed second in the Industrial Bowl, second in the Outstanding Chapter contest, first in the Sweepstakes or outstanding school contest, and for the sixteenth consecu- tive year, first in the parliamentary procedure contest. In the Ohio state bridge-building problem solving contest, Mount Gilead swept first, second, third, and honorable mention places. In individual awards Jeff Roush was first in practical drafting and in drafting interpretation, Jeff Hayes was first in the Metric 500, Jon Higgins was first in technical writing and runner-up in the Outstanding Stu- dent competition. The Level I chapter was second in the Industrial Bowl, second in Outstanding Chapter, second in the Sweepstakes, and first in the parliamentary procedure contest. Individually, Paul Pendleton was named the Out- standing Level I student in Ohio, Nathan Cotton was first in the General Knowledge test, and Mike Green was first in technical writing. NDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB: Front Row: Lane Miller, jimmy Jones, Larry Skinner, Kirsten Carlson, Gail Snell, Doris Bevan, Lonnie cott, Mark Smith, Troy Miller. Row 2: Rob Johnson, Mark Peters, Steve McFarland, Jon Higgins, Tony Nicholson, Jeff Hayes, Chad asto, Mark Crawford, Bob Ruhl. Row 3: Randi McQuistion, Bob Whitman, Bob Belcher, David Fitzgerald, Reece Martin, Steve uller, Mike Green, Nathan Cotton, Matt Graham, Zulfi Ahmed, Paul Pendleton, Ted Furniss, Travis Schindley, Tadd Nicholson, arvey Keenan. Back Row: Andy Hershey, Rob Chalfant, Andy Hoffman, Tim Hack. French Club Sponsors Trip To Canada The first of French C,lub's activities for the year was to prepare and serve a five-course French dinner to the high school faculty and the visiting North Central Evaluation Team. Mary Van Horn, LeAnn King, and Myrna Miller helped students plan and prepare the dinner. In January to observe the end of the French holiday season, the club held a "twelfth day" of Christmas party. As spring vacation approached, French students made preparations for the field trip to Montreal and Quebec City. Fourteen students and four chaperones made the trip to Canada. The final activity of the year was to hold a get-together to see slides and pictures of the Canada trip. French Club members serve the "kick-off" dinner for the higl school's North Central Evaluation. ,ff iii? The remains of ice sculptures in Quebec give Randi McQuistion, Mark Peters, Kelly Plogher, and Kirby 'Z Francis 3 sood Vantage Point- Bfonwyn Naymnith is French monopoly was a popular game at the Christmas party. on the ground. FRENCH CLUB: Seated: Merrily Jackson, Steve Smith, Troy Rhodebeck, Brian Brinkerhoff, Shanna Levering, Jeanie Jason, Kell' . . . .1 Plogher, Donna Grimm, Bronwyn Naysmith. Row 2: Advisor James Miller, Rusty Klaiber, Tammy Hicks, Jennifer Kimmey, Kristi . . . . . . . . . d d D Fidler, Pam Reed, Nikki Wagner, Angie Moore, Jodi Rosenberger, Kelly Nesbitt. Back Row. Mark Peters, William E war s, amo: Osborne, Randi McQuistion, Debbie George. Future Medical Association Seated: Tom Strong, Craig Matney, Todd Decker, Angie Black, Kirsten Carlson. Standing: Tina Persinger, 1 Tammy Metzger, Debbie DeBoard, Seated: Vicki McCrae, Jodi Rosenberger, Melinda Cardwell, Wendy Postell, Ranee Thomas, Nikki Slavik, Lee Benton, Melanie Spearman. Standing: Amy Ramborger, Kris Counts, Tina Hankins, Sheri Hall, Dee Branch, Lorena Augenstein, Colleen Cop, Jennifer Kimmey, Shanna Levering, Shelly Machesky, Kelley Cook, Shelly Reed, Linda Maddy, Yvonne Black. Front Row Tressa Kincade Nikki Slavik Angie Rankin Kelley Cook Wendy Richards Melissa Perry Cherie Reed Malinda Chalfant Yvonne Black Row 2 Linda Lord Sandy Sears Shanna Levering Secretary Holly Hughes President Kristin Fidler Vice President Misti Cotton Treasurer Susan Reid Greta Loren Angie Levings Stacy Mattix Lori Kehrwecker Lynn Denman Row 3 Cathy Burns Dawn Wiseman Teresa Heacock Valerie Schimmoeller Melinda Cardwell Missy Moore Tricia Murphy Bonnie Van Sickle Candee Harden Alena Miller Melanle Marshman Melissas Hines Robin Keene Jill Seckel Stacy Siegfried Deb Burgandine Susie Sharp Tyna Mann Back Row Luke Taylor Denny Miller Todd Decker Tracy Best Angie Furniss Lorena Augenstein Sheri Hall Debbie DeBoard Dee Branch Anna Stanley Kris Counts Mike Kirk Theresa Mullen Anita Richardson Debbie James Amy Ramborger Lori Graham. Office Workers Spanish Club ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . - 1 1 f ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 . . . . . . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Students Against Drunk Driving FHA Hero Student Council STUDENT AGAINST DRIVING DRUNK: Front Row: Tressa Kincade, Nikki Slavik, Chris Grimm, Sandra Welch. Row 2: Noel Van Romer, Becky Evans, Lisa Redmon, Cathy Burns, Kelly Plogher, Debbie George, Theresa Mullen. Row 3: Jennifer Hootman, Lisa Shoewalter, Greta Loren, Holly Hughes, Kristin Fidler, Shelly Machesky, Jeff Harbaugh, Advisor Virginia Meyer. Row 4: Lesa Jackson, Deb Burgandine, Donna Grimm, Melinda Cardwell, Lisa Edwards, Lee Benton, Kelley Cook, Chris Street, Michelle Cotton, Susan Reid. Back Row: Angie Levings, Matt Bartholomew, Ken Collins, Tammy Hicks, Candee Harden, Randy McQuistion. FHAXHERO: Seated: Missy Hutchinson, Chanda Pfeifer, Donna Grimm, Stacy Siegfried, Tammy Hicks, Kim Stoner, Tisha McLoughlin. Standing: Alicia Drake, Chris Grimm, Heidi Van Horn, Tammy Metzger, Tina Persinger. STUDENT COUNCIL: Seated: Lisa Shoewater, Greta Loren, Shanna Levering, Kelly Nesbitt. Standing: Rollie Thill, Tonya Heacock, Angie Rankin, Meegan Levering, Shannon Kilgour, Mark White, Mike Green, Travis Benson. DRAMA CLUB: Front Row: Matt Bartholomew, Chris Street, Kelly Plogher, Angie Furniss, Kristin Fidler, Susie Sharp, Todd Decker. Row 2: Linda Lord, Tina Hankins, Colleen Copp, Damon Osborne, Connie Davis, Chris Kinner, Jill Seckel, Cathy Burns. Row 3: Scott Stephenson, Kris Counts, Anna Stanley, Dee Branch, Lee Benton, Melissa Moore, Nikki Wagner, Angie Moore, Jodi Rosenberger, Melinda Cardwell, jim Brey, Luke Taylor. Back Row: Earl Linder, Kirby Francis, Mike Kirk. : I I DIAN EXPRESS: Russell Klaiber, Gary Carwell, Holly Hughes, Andy Hershey, Doris Bevan, Gail nell, Reece Martin, jeff Levings, Steve McFarland. Drama Club National Honor Society Indian Express Mizpah Staff Art Club Media Aides MIZPAH STAFF: Seated: Bob Ruhl, Donna Grimm, Mark Peters, Mike Kirk, Tammy Hicks, Theresa Dee Branch, Michelle Cotton. Standing: Advisor James Miller, Rusty Klaiber, Jennifer Hootman, Pam Ranee Thomas, Jodi Rosenberger, Melinda Cardwell, Susan Reid, William Edwards, Advisor Trivisonno. ART CLUB: Seated: Angie Rankin, Michelle Hedrick, Anna Stanley, Brenda Mullett, Michelle Candee Harden, Melanie Marshman, Chad Casto, Damon Osborne. Standing: Luke Taylor, Susie Robin Peterson, Angie lfurniss, Wendy Postell, Tracy Best, Scott Brocklesby. Absent: Advisor Robin , ,.,, X sQegt?IT.i3s M ,W 5' S ,hi MEDIA AIDES: Seated: Robert Scholes, Lisa Redmon, Kris Counts, Tammy Hicks, Sandy Sears, Keene, Melanie Marshman, Candee Harden, Connie Davis. Standing: Teresa McKinney, Vicky Rose, T Rhodebeck, Mark White, Jeff Ghenco, Gary Carwell, Tom Green, Bob Belcher, Ken Collins, Stacy Carmen Roush, Advisor Ilene Stambaugh. Nl NE T E E N IGI-ITV 5' n :ang IGHLV GHTY - TY 'WI-.uv IGH - Sl IGI-11g - - .M 5' - :ang IGHLY 'G :ang Wg su .aug IGHLY I ' - an-I IGHTY ' Sl 4 ! Q IGH-glv 4 g I 4 ATHLETICS Indians Tie I-Tor 3rd Place In MOC Race The Mount Gilead Indians' football team compiled an overall 5-5 season record. In MOC action, the Indians were 4-3 and tied with Marion Catholic for third place. Out- standing players for the season were Eric Casto who had the most tackles, Dick Nelson and Tim Hack who were the team's outstanding backs, Jeff Hayes and Brian Zerman were the team's outstanding linemen, and Bart Brannon was the outstanding defensive player. All-MOC selectees were center Brian Zerman, linebacker Eric Casto, and punter Dick Nelson. Receiving MOC honorable mention were Jeff Hayes and Tim Hack on offense and Bob Whit- man on defense. The 1985 North Central Ohio Coaches All-Star Team included offensive players Brian Zerman and Tim Hack and linebacker Eric Casto. Right Top: Brian Hershey picks up yardage against the stubbord Crestline defense. Right: Troy Landon is brought down by Bull- dog tacklers on a reverse play in the 14-8 homecoming loss. 4 ii FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Brian Hershey, Jeff Hayes, Jamie McAvoy, Bruce Ramsier, Brian Zerman, Tim Hack, Mitch Hutchinson, lim Harman, Dick Nelson, Mike Cook. Row 2: Brent Staley, Bart Brannon, Brian Barnett, Brad Staiger, Sam Oh, Steve McFarland, Troy Landon, Matt Vanderkooi, Tom Cooper, Darren Shade, Eric Casto. Row 3: Eric Walters, Jeff Levings, Tom Green, Mike Welty, Virgil Schofield, Jeff Kilgour, Bob Whitman, Todd Scott, Sonny Ball, Mark Crawford, Keith Shipman. Back Row: Coach Dave Beatty, Coach Earl Chipman, Anthony Bush, Thad Fidler, Bob Nelson, Bill Arnold, Tom Strong, Gary Carwell, Coach Olen Jackson, Head Coach Cris King. Shepard Advances To The Regional Meet Susan Shepard runs at the Regional Meet at Lancaster. Rob johnson runs up one of the hills on the Mount Gilead course in the MOC Meet. Ten men and three ladies ran for the Indian Cross Coun- try team in a season which included a total of seventeen meets. Jim Gress was the team's leading male runner for the season with an outstanding performance at the Rio Grande Invitational. Valerie Schimmoeller was the leading lady runner on the team by having run the 3.1 miles in 22 minutes or less in five meets. At the Fall Sports' Banquet Jeff Seckel was named the most improved male runner, and Gail Mullett was the most improved female runner. Lane Miller received the scholar award. Freshman Susan Shepard ran a 21:54 time at the District Finals which quali- fied her to run in the Class AA Regionals at Lancaster. Valerie Schimmoeller receives the Outstanding Female Runner Award from Coach Thill at the banquet. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Kneeling: Susan Shepard, Valerie Schimmoeller, Gail Mullett. Standing: Bob Belcher, Lane Miller, Jeff Seckel, Kirby Francis, Keith Votaw, Chuck Hashman, Rod Brewer, Robert Scholes, Coach Ron Thill. Indians Are State Class "A" Champions The 1985 Mount Gilead Varsity Golf team had a fantas- tic season. In 12 dual matches the team won 10 and lost by 1 stroke to both Lexington and Findlay. The team placed first in the Northridge Invitational and the Mount Gilead Invitational by defeating 7 and 5 teams respectively. At the Colonial Invitational the Indian placed 10th out of 25 teams, and at the Princeton Invitational were Sth out of 29 teams. With the season winding down and tournament play beginning, the Indians had hopes of making the State Finals. The first step was to win the MOC. The MOC championship was in three rounds - 9 holes at Mount Gilead Golf Course, 9 holes at Tablerock Golf Course, and a final 18 hole match at Valley View Golf Course. Mount Gilead won all three rounds with a combined team score of 325, five strokes ahead of second place Fisher Catholic. Out of a field of 8 teams, Mount Gilead finished runner-up to Zanesville Rosecrans with a team score of 331 in the Re- gionals. Since two teams were to represent Region II, the Indians were in the State Tournament. The goal of Coach Furniss and the team was to shoot a team score of 640 for the 36 holes, but when the scores were added up on the leader board at the end of the tournament, Mount Gilead had carded a record-setting 617. The Indians were State Class A Golf Champions for 1985. Dave Gattshall, Mark Bartley, Ted Furniss, Jeff Roush, Troy Rhodebeck, and Mark White pose with the winner's trophy at the Mount Gilead Invitational. At the end of the season several Indian players received special team recognition. Dave Gattshall had the best driving record and was the most improved player. Mark Bartley had the best putting and sand play record. Ted Furniss made the most pars and hit the most greens in regulation play. He also had the best chipping record and a season average of 37.7 strokes for nine holes. Jeff Roush had a season average of 38.4 strokes and made the most birdies on the team. GOLF TEAM: Kneeling: Ioel Seckel, Troy Rhodebeck, Ted Funriss, Mark White, Jeff Roush. Standing: Dave Gatt- shall, Mark Bartley, David Burns, Todd Decker, Brian Brinkerhoff, Paul Pendleton, Coach Larry Furniss. .1 it Four Selected For League Recognition The 1986 softball team played much better ball than their 2-17 season would indicate. Four players of Coach Sara Lindsey's team were selected for MOC All-League recognition. Angie Harvey was All-League first team and Amy McCreary, Candee Harden, and Tressa Kincade were All-League Honorable Mention. These four girls were also recognized for their outstanding play at the Spring Sports' banquet. Angie Harvey was the team's MVP, Amy McCreary was named the best offensive player, Tressa Kincade was named the best defensive player, and Candee Harden received the Indian Pride Award. Center fielder Amy McCreary concentrates on the ball as she covers a close play at second. ff' li - , if OFTBALL TEAM Kneeling Angie Harvey Tressa Kincade Shannon Kilgour, Shelly Reed, Angie Black, Susie harp Chris Grimm Standing Tonya Heacock Amy McCreary Cheri Reed, Candee Harden. Kelley Cook, renda Mullett Nikki Wagner Absent Coach Sara Lindsey Assistant Coach Mike Reid, Tracy Ravencraft. VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEER- LEADERS: Front: Shelly Ma- chesky. Standing: Doris Bevan, Kathy Pollard. Cheerleading Squads Have A Busy Year Fricke, Lee Benton, Lizz Above: Seated: Robin Mattix, FRESHMAN FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Christina Street, Malinda Chalfant. Kneeling: Peterson, Rachel Lindsay. Standing: Stacey Dawn Wiseman. Right: RESERVE FOOTBALL CHEER- LEADERS: Kneeling: Wendy Richards, Jeanie Jason, Nikki Slavik, Angie Ran- kin. Standing: Kelley Cook, Tressa Kin- cade, Merrily Jackson. The reserve cheerleading squad placed third in the finals of the Heights cheerleading competition held in February. Pictured are . . . C Meegan Levering, Nikki Slavik, Tressa Kincade, QBackl Kelley Wendy Richards. HN sky 5 a f im NXYNWXA . N A X Y E35 X I J' x Reserve's Tie For First Place In MOC The 1985-86 varsity Volleyball team finished their season with a MOC record of 3-11. Although the team's record wasn't what Coach Rhonda Dettra had hoped for, the team did have alot of fun. The play of Coach Pete Dettra's Reserve team was the bright spot of the sea- son. They ended their season in a three-way tie with Highland and Marion Catholic for 1st place in the MOC with a record of 12-2. Players receiving special recognition were Shelly Reed as the most improved player, Tonya Rupp as the top set- ter, Deb Wiseman as the top server, Brenda Mullett as the top spiker, and Shanna Levering as the best all-around player. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Seated: Shelly Reed, Shanna Levering. Kneeling: Stefanie Wagner, Debby Wiseman, Lisa Edwards, Tonya Rupp. Standing: Debbie George, Michele Walter, Brenda Mullett, Deana Peterson, Amy McCreary, Coach Rhonda Dettra. RESERVE VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Seated: Kristen Maher, Melissa Perry, Audrey Troyer, Meegan Levering, Cherie Hawk. Row 2: Tonya Heacock, Alena Miller, Nikki Wagner, Lesa Jackson, Robin Keene. Back Row: Kerry Martinez, Jill Seckel, Coach Pete Dettra, Cheryl Reed, Tina McFarland, Candee Harden. Set... Bump . . . Spike . . . M., Peterson bumps up the ball to return to opposition's The game of volleyball involves alot of team- work on either defensive and offensive play. Above: Debbie Wiseman bumps up the ball to start the play. Above Left: After the bump Brenda Mullett sets up the ball. Left: After the set Stefanie Wagner finished the series of plays with a spike. Brenda Mullett goes up in attempt to block the ball coming over the net. Girls' Team Finishes With 6 17 Record The Mount Gilead Girls' Varsity Basketball team led by first-year Coach john Oyster, had a rebuilding year and ended the season with a 6-17 record. After losing 14 straight games at the beginning of the season, the team settled down to win six of their nine remaining games. With a 3-11 record in MOC play the team finished in sixth place. In tournament action the lady Indians defeated North Union 35-32 and Pleasant 38-30 before bowing 41- 34 to the Elgin Comets in the Class AA Sectional finals. This year's tri-captains were seniors Stephanie Shepard, Angie Harvey, and junior Kelly Smith. Kelly Smith led the team in scoring and rebounding. Kelly was selected to the MOC All-League first team and was Honorable Mention second team for the Central District. At the Winter Sports' Banquet several girls received recognition for outstanding play. Kelly Smith was recipient of the team's MVP award for the season. For individual games Stephanie Shepard was MVP for the Centerburg game and Angie Harvey was MVP for the Cardington game. Deana Peterson was named the team's Most Improved Player. The Reserves were 7-13 for the season. Right: Kelly Smith puts up a shot for the Indians. GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: Reserves: Kneeling: Kristen Maher Jeanie Jason Cherie Reed Faith Casto Michelle Buckel Susan Shepard. Varsity: Standing: Ranee Thomas, Audrey Troyer, Alena Miller Roxie Monk Deana Peterson Coach John Oyster Kelly Smith, Robin Keene, Stephanie Shepard, Angie Harvey. Deana Peteson rises above the crowd for a shot. ason gets off her shot against the Mansfield Christian Robin Keene brings the ball down floor on a fast break 1 if :ff ia 1. srsae l ""' l--A-Q -HY ., Indians Compile 11 10 Overall Record The Indian's Varsity Basketball team, under the coach- ing of Dan Swagerty, compiled a 9-5 record in the MOC and finished in 3rd place. After losing to New Albany in tournament play, the Indians ended their season with an 11-10 overall record. Rod Brewer was selected to the MOC All-League team and Mike Cook and Dick Nelson were Honorable Mentions. At the Winter Sports' Banquet, Rod was named the team's MVP and received awards for being the leading scorer and having the most assists. Dick Nel- son was the team's leading rebounder. Mike Cook received the team's Spirit Award. Denny Noble had the best field goal shooting percentage. Other post-season recognition went to Brewer who was named to the 1986 Mansfield New Journal's Class A All-North Central Ohio team and to Dick Nelson who was selected as an alternate to the Cen- tral District's All-Star team. Rod Brewer gets off a one-handed jumper against the Scots. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Seated: Mark White, Bart Brannon, Rod Brewer, Tom Coo- per, Craig Graham. Standing: Coach Dan Swagerty, Denny Noble, Steve Hatfield, Mike Cook, Dick Nelson, Rollie Thill, Chuck Hashman. 'wif Bart Brannon is fouled after a shot under the basket. Far Left: Craig Graham watches as Mark White controls the rebound. Left: Chuck Hashman brings the ball down the floor against the Scot's defense. RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: After a slow start the reserve team won 5 of its last 6 games and ended the season with a 8-12 record. Seated: Tyrone Davis, Keith Ship- man, Tadd Nicholson, Greg Hadberg, Travis Schindley. Standing: Coach Rick Pearce, Scott Burgandine, Bob Whitman, Mark Bartley, Joe Edwards, Eric Walters. ' .4 119 Indians Take MOC Title With 10-2 Record During the 1986 baseball season, the Mount Gilead Indi- ans captured the MOC title with an impressive 10-2 record and had an overall record of 21-4. Coach Swagerty's Indi- ans also won the Sectional Championship with a 5-0 win over Worthington Christian and a 17-3 win over New Albany. Mike Cook's three-run homer sparked the Indi- ans in the New Albany victory. The Indians advanced to the first game of the Central District where they were handed a 9-6 loss by Newark Catholic. The Indians had some impressive season statistics. The team had a total of 220 hits, 24 home runs, 29 stolen bases, 186 RBI's. and a batting average of .303. Special awards went to Bart Bran- non, Mike Cook, Tom Cooper, and Rollie Thill who were named to the All-League MOC team, and to Mitch Hutch- inson, Denny Noble, and Mark White who were MOC Honorable Mention. Mike Cook and Rollie Thill were selected to the All-Central District Class A first team and Tom Cooper, Bart Brannon, and Mark White were Honor- able Mentions. All players honored by selection to the team played in the Central District All-Star Game. At the Winter Sports' Banquet, Rollie Thill was named the team's MVP and Mike Cook received the Spirit Award. Coach Dan Swagerty was named the Central District Class A "Coach of the Year." Rollie Thill delivers his pitch. Rollie was 11-2 for the season which helped earn him the team's MVP Award. th I VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: I Kneeling: Mark White, Jon Higgins, Tom Cooper, Bart Brannon, Brad Staiger, Matt Vanderkooi, Mitch Hutchin- son. Standing: Coach Dan Swagerty, Rollie Thill, Mike Cook, Denny Noble, Bob Nel- son, Assistant Coach Dave Beatty. Absent: Steve Hatfield. In their final MOC game and sixteenth straight victory, the Indians celebrate as Rollie Thill homers in their 17-3 romp over Crestline. F Mike Cook picks up a stolen base as the ball goes over the head of the Crestline 2nd baseman. Denny Noble slides into home just ahead of the ball. Mark White is safe on a close play at third. Tom Cooper lays down a sacrifice bunt. RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM: Kneeling: Lonnie Scott, Steve Smith, Jimmy Jones, Jeff Ghenco, Kriag Shipman. Standing: Scott Curts, Todd Scott, Corey Murphy, Tom Brooke, Tadd Nicholson, Larry Skinner, Coach Mark Wiseman. Mount Gilead Girls Are MOC Cham s The 1986 Girls' Track team had an outstanding season. As a team they were MOC champions and placed 7th in the Class AA District Meet at Otterbein. As a result of their performances at the conference meet, team members receiving All-MOC recogni- tion were Kelly Nesbitt in the 800 meters, Robin Keene in the 200 meters, and Susan Shepard in the 1 and 2 mile. At the District meet Robin Keene was 2nd in the 100 and 200 meters, Shelly Machesky was 2nd in the long jump, Tina McFarland was 4th in the shot put, Susan Shepard was Sth in the 1600 meters and 6th in the 3200 meters, and kelly Nesbitt was sth in the 800 meters. Robin, Shelly, and Tina traveled to Muskingum College to com- pete in the Regionals. Recognition of outstanding performances during the season was made at the spring sports' banquet. Kelly Nesbitt and Susan Shepard were named outstanding distance runners, Robin Keene was the outstanding sprinter, and Tina Mcl-'arland was the outstanding field event performer. The Boys' Track team finished the season in third place in the MOC. Team members making All-MOC at the conference meet were Brian Hershey in the 100 meters, Thad Fidler in the shot put, and Ted Furniss in the long jump and high jump. The Indians made a good showing at the Class A District meet at Mt. Vernon. Thad Pidler placed 1st in the shot put, Brian Hershey was 1st in the 100 meters, Ted Purniss was 1st in the long jump and 2nd in the high jump, Dick Nelson was 3rd in th 300 meter low hurdles, and the 400 meter relay team of Darren Shade, Ted Furniss, Andy Hershey, and Brian Hershey placed 4th. All of these individuals qualified for the Regional Meet at Muskingum College. Other team members who placed in the district were Brian Brinkerhoff sth and Jeff Roush 6th in the pole vault, Andy Hoffman sth and Dick Nelson 6th in the high hurdles, Thad Fidler sth in the discus, and Andy Hoffman sth in the long jump. At the Regional meet Brian Hershey set a new school record of 10:79 in the 100 meters and Thad Fidler tosses the shot S6-2 for a new school record. Besides Thad and Brian, Ted Purniss and Dick Nelson also qualified for the State Meet. Brian Hershey placed 2nd in the 100 at the State Meet with a time of 10:8. 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Q "1- 1 ' I u 1-"""- ' . -I .., 4' L- . - A..-- SKILLED NURSING 8: RETIREMENT APARTMENTS ' FRIENDLY WOODSIDE RESIDENTIAL AREA ' PLANNED MEALS AND SPECIAL DIETS ' XVARM AND CHEERFUL COLONIAL HOME ' TWO HOMEY DINING ROOMS E ' QUALITY NURSING CARE Q DEVOTIONAL PROGRAMS A ' PIIYsIcIANs SERVICES - LIBRARY AND LOUNGES ' 24 IIouRs or PROFESSIONAL STAFFING R ACTIVITY AREA AND BEAUTY SALON 841 W- MARION RD ' PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE ROOMS - QUALITY CARE AT REASONABLE RATES MT. GILEAD, OHIO WEAVER,S IGA FOODL AUTHORIZED SALES 720 MARION ROAD VCR RENTALS 56.00 TAPE RENTALS 52.00 PER DAY RENT 3 AT A TIME 8: GET 4TH FREE Video A- II 32 SOUTH MAIN STREET MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 419-946-8406 HOURS: MONDAY-SATURDAY 11:00 AM - 7:30 PM Video A MAIN STREET MARENGO, OHIO PHONE: 419-253-8091 HOURS: MONDAY-SATURDAY 11:00 AM - 7:30 PM IIIIIIII ,,,, IIIILIIIIIEE-,EEE --!!!Q!!!!!!III E 5 L E L in-. 4, f PRUBST SUPPLY CUMPANY zum A ,L INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT PLUMBING AND HEATING MATERIALS 366WEST CENTER STREET MARION. OHIO 43302 DRY CLEANERS UNIFORM RENTALS AREA CODE-6l4 TELEPHONE 383-6071 I-AUNDERER5 0 SINCE 5' Ji 1905 OHIO WMS DUST CONTROL , Q LINEN RENTALS Pc. 9' 1-800-654-6528 INDUSTRIAL CORP RENTALS A MANSHELD BRANCH LOCAL MANAGER - SHIRLEY LLOYD 294 E THIRD STREET MANSFIELD, OHIO 44902 42 PHONE: 946-1966 PHONE AC-419-522-0417 CONGRATULATIONS GOLF TEAM AND GRADUATING SENIORS MOU nf COU ISS L --"- A V ,,-T , A.,. L .,..,...,A, L- ., S A .LEL - f.:,- . .- .,-,... , L , L,, I M,hL,, k.,,L. ,M ,k,: ., ., - :H I f-1 1- f.z::., ff- "QI, mx, E. ff::1gf,,,i I, A ,E-A 7 ' E' "-f--'zz-Lfmgg 'E .sag 15- .. UE, HSL iq, -gg,5glE- ,,f-2: K - :yi . A 54 ' L 'Vol 1 GYC 1 PETE AND CARLA HARRITOS 4346 STATE ROUTE 95 EAST PHONE: 946-1856 MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 4 The Beafs Den ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES PRIMITIVES - POTTERY - FURNITURE - LAMPS QUILTS - PICTURES - GLASS - CLOCKS OPEN MONDAY - SATURDAY 9 TO 5 11 SOUTH MAIN MT. GILEAD OHIO STREET PAUL BREMIGAN - PHONE- 947-7396 OWNER SWK W .-3 W UIQ JDE , J . ala 'II .1 BOWENS JEWELRY V1 Sw CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1986 SUBIL PLASTIX CO. NORTH DELAWARE STREET MOUNT GILEAD OHIO PHONE: 946-8307 f AZMQW A 'Ti x ,mf I la m u m a a s a aiu Qmgge lI.n1fnfu.l CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS ss:'EE U Q -GREEN X gum ff ,355-1 f , f Make our store your Class Rmg Headquarters 37 SOUTH MAIN STREET MOUNT GILEAD OHIO PHONE 946 1851 139 I I 'Jn 1 . 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RT. 42 ,I TD Q, P 946 4866 CARDINGTON, OHIO 43315 QE-,,,, ,dw PHONE: 419-864-3921 REALTY WORLD 4 . THE f Q . Ron Harper Realty RC - 4 HOBBY REALTY WORLDS Y--' H O R S E THE RES u 'Is PEDPLE' CRAFT SUPPLIES AND CLASSES HOMES - FARMS - COMMERCIAL PICTURE ERAMINC 115 NORTH MAIN STREET 20 WEST HIGH STREET MOUNT GILEAD MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 43338 OHIO PHONE: 947-1075 PHCNEI 946-5828 A' 'A W E Aix sHOPPER'S S COMPASS I FREE TO OVER 12,4004 HOMES WEEKLY I POTENTIAL READERSHIP OF OVER 49,000 I GUARANTEEDICIRCULATION 114 IBERIA STREET MOUNT CILEAOCOHIO PHONE: 4194946Ij6681 HP SINCE 1877 MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 51 LEAF RESTAURANT I I HOMEMADE PASTRIES INTEIESLITSTE 71 gui STATE ROUTE 95 II! LEAF ENTERPRISES -gn MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE 68 2551 'sz ALAN w. JONES PRESIDENT DRILLING AND PFIODUCING, INC- DAVIS DISTRIBUTING PLO, BOX 329 ou. Pnooucrs MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 43338 PHONE: 947-2515 5801 ST. RT. 61 N MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO HOME: 946-9404 OFFICE: 946 48 1 THE BEST IS WEST ON STATE ROUTE 95 BLOOMFIELD'S CARPET-APPLIANCE sl T.v. WAREHOUSE CARPET LINOLEUM APPLIANCES TELEVISION ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG WHIRLPOOL ZENITH BIGELOW CONGOLEUM SPEED QUEEN RCA GALAXY MANNINGTON GIBSON STATE ROUTE 95 WEST PHONE: EDISON, OHIO 946-5931 OR 946-6931 fi EDISON BILLIARD 8. CYCLE EDISON, OHIO ' A ISIA 946-2956 YAMAHA MOTORCYCLES B: Jdfgf ,, --'41 A I V A L. W .1153 :Wg 11 I I jf, mi, x al! 'TAY'- f ' A-QIFWMQA 1 911 '12 ' Q' M. 1- I S. Q BRUNSWICK POOL TABLES 1219835313 YEAR-ROUND FAMILY FUN jl ms FARM SERVICE EQUIPMENT REPAIR Sz METAL BUILDING SALES RON 88 CHRIS IRONS 4605 CO. RD 9 CARDINGTON, OHIO PHONE: 1419J 864-7720 AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINING 8: PARTS FORMING 515 NORTH EAST ST. GALION, OHIO 44833 PHONE: 1419, 468-5214 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1986 MOUNT GILEAD HIGH SCHOOL 'The alzon Inquzrer COVERING SPORTS AND NEWS OF MORROW COUNTY PUBLISHED DAILY ESTABLISHED IN 1877 378 NORTH MARKET STREET GALION OHIO PHONE: 419-468-1117 i VARNER WELL 5 Ns - SERVICE INC CONTRACT PUMPING 81: SERVICE WORK GENE VARNER PRESIDENT BOX 209 MOUNT GILEAD OHIO PHONE 419 946 6826 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS BELTZ GREENHOUSE Sz FLORIST 242 NORTH MAIN STREET MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 946-9137 FARM EQUIPMENT so ROSS STREET SALES 8: SERVICE DELAWARE, Q1-110 PHONE: 614-363-1286 9 S g 1 911.8241 COLD BEER, WINE, AND PARTY GOODS. 157 SOUTH MAIN STREET MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO 43338 PHONE: 947-5855 GLADDEN INSURANCE AGENCY INC. ON THE SQUARE IN MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 946-2916 BUSINESS PATRONS EVANS IMPLEMENT STATE ROUTE 95 EDISON, OHIO PHONE: 419-946-2876 I.B. VIDEOS 13 NORTH MAIN ST. MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 946-3061 THE MANE ATTRACTION 642 WEST MARION ST. MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 947-6201 MG SPORTS 41 NORTH MAIN ST. MOUNT GILEAD, OHIO PHONE: 947-3801 GRAI-IAM'S SOHIO STATE ROUTE 95 EDISON, OHIO PHONE: 946-5821 KORNER KLIPPERS BEAUTY SALON BOUNDARY STREET EDISON, OHIO PHONE: 947-5775 MARY K'S GREENHOUSE STATE ROUTE 95 EDISON, OHIO PHONE: 947-3488 PFEIFER'S BODY SHOP BOUNDARY AND VINE ST. EDISON, OHIO PHONE: 946-2051


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