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 1893

Fred Altstaetter went to West Point Military Academy and graduated from there four years later, then he went to Galveston, Texas, from there to New Orleans then to Willets Points, N.Y. He was in the Spanish American War and was captured, but prisoners were exchanged and he was released. Returning from there he went to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, was there a short time and went back to West Point and taught Civil Engineering. He now is a captain at Pittsburg Locking Station.

Mary Murrel graduated from Otterbein, Westerville, a United Brethren College where she studied to be a missionary. She was sent to Africa, making Rotafunk her home for three years. Her health failed her and she was compelled to return to her native land. She is now living west of Galion.  

Edith Hoag worked in an office at Cleveland doing Chautauqua work. She married a Mr. Weil and lives in Cleveland.  

Alice Hoyt was Professor Critzer’s first pupil in Galion and studied under him for some time. She played for him at Chautauqua, where he conducted an orchestra one season. She is now living at Cleveland.  

Eva Cronenwett attended Business college in Galion. After leaving there she entered Schupp’s office at the Buggy Factory as a stenographer and then went to Howard’s office. She was married in 1900 to Mr. Burt of Galion.  

Emma Rick was a teacher for some years in the Galion schools. She married Mr. Schultz and is now living in Ashland Ohio.  

Harriet Uhl taught in the Galion school for two years. She married Mr. Gettman and lives in Bucyrus.  

Jay Persons graduated at O.W.U., Delaware and is now a physician in Montana.  

Estella Reisinger clerked for a while in Reisinger’s drug store. She was married in 1897 to a Mr. Lovette and lives in Columbus.