This post is a transcription by member Linda J. Collins from “THE SPY THE ANNUAL” of Galion High School, Published by the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Seven. Pages 129 – 138 This yearbook is located at the Ohio Genealogical Society Library, Bellville, Ohio. Please note that the transcription has maintained errors of spelling and other inconsistencies in the original pages.

Class of 1886

Lovie Hosford was married to Mr. Roodhouse soon after graduation, and at present resides in Roodhouse, Ill.

            Maud Campbell resided at her home in Galion until her marriage with the Rev. Mr. Cloakey, D.D., in 1897. She now resides in Cleveland.

            Miss Mary Miller taught in the district school near Galion one year, then resigned, and has since resided at home. She is at present studying painting.

            Belle Wooley was employed as stenographer in the city of Cleveland until her marriage with Mr. Joyce. She is living in Cleveland at the present time.

            Lizzie Morrison was employed in the office of the Flickinger Wheel Co. of Galion until her marriage with Mr. Wineland. She now resides in Elkhart, Ind.

            Gertie Busch went to Cleveland and taught in the public schools of that city until her marriage with Mr. Bugg. She has since resided in Cleveland.

            Bernice Osborne went to Owasso, Mich., where for some time she was employed as a book-keeper. In 1893 she married Mr. Collins, a druggist of Owasso.

            Luella Tracht began her career as a teacher soon after her graduation from high school, by teaching in the public schools of Upper Sandusky. Later she was employed in the public schools of Galion, and is at present teaching in the North School Building of our city.

            Daisy Langenderfer taught in a rural school district for some time and was then married to Mr. Winans. She now resides in Shelby where Mr. Winans is at the head of an Express Office of that city.

            Frank Krohn and Charles Linsley soon after graduation went to Hensdale, a suburb of Chicago and were for several years in the employ of Ditsler & Linsley, Grocers. Mr. Krohn was later employed with the Pullman Co., and is at present connected with the A Printing Co., which he formed and with the E. E. Grey Speed Co. in Hensdale.

            Mr. Linsley is on the Board of Trade of Chicago and resides with his family in Hensdale.

            The deceased members of this class are Edward Jourdan, Clara Kopp, Lucy Finical, May Osborne and Etta Sames.