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 1894

Lora Persons graduated from Delaware O.W.U. in 1898. She went abroad, studied German and French and, returning to America, went to Wapakoneta, O. where she taught for a while. She is now teaching at Hiram College, O.

Leila Castle went to Cleveland shortly after graduating and obtained a position there. She was married to Mr. Harmon and resides at Cleveland.

Jennie Hoag attended the Art School in Cleveland. She married Mr. Albin and now lives in Cleveland.

Clara Barker has been teaching in the Galion schools since 1896.

Marion Hackedorn graduated from O.W.U., at Delaware and then taught a private school in Pennsylvania. She entered Columbia University and graduated from there, then went to Europe to study German and French. Upon her return to America she secured a position at first in the N.Y. Evening Schools, later in the High School of Mansfield. She is now teaching in Brooklyn, N.Y.

May Miller was a teacher for a few years in the Galion Schools. She was married in 1904 to Mr. Ford Hendrickson.

Lillie Lepper(t) moved to Lima after graduating here and is still living there.

Charles Everts was for a while a reporter for the Leader. He enlisted in the U.S. Cavalry Band during the Spanish American War and after the war returned to Galion. For several years he was unable to work on account of his health and at last the end came in 1906.

Wilber Schumacher taught in the East Building in Galion for several years, then went
to Illinois and obtained work with the Illinois Steel Co. Later he was with the Armour Co. at Chicago. He was transferred to Omaha, working in the transportation department, then transferred to Kansas City, Missouri. and has recently been transferred to Chicago, each transfer meaning a better position.