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 1902
Mayme Kelly studied stenography at the Galion Business College and took a position in the office of the Ohio Central Traction Co. Later she went to Metheany’s Insurance office, and is now stenographer to the Master Mechanic in the Erie offices at Galion.
Edward Baldinger clerked in the Erie offices at Galion for some time, and then went to Crestline where he was a brakeman for the Pennsylvania R. R. He returned to Galion and is now working in the Erie shops.
Dana Hassinger is a milliner in Dayton, Ohio.
Ruby Stough is a stenographer at the offices of the Big Four in Galion.
Lydia Marcus is bookkeeper and stenographer for the Zell Drug Co. of Galion.
Ethel Reisinger studied music for some time. She took a course in the Mansfield Business College and is now a bookkeeper and stenographer in Columbus, Ohio.
Maud Jacoby attended Heidelberg University and was in her second year when she was taken ill and died.
Emma Rexroth is a teacher in the Galion schools, teaching the A primary grade at the South building.
Horace Sayre studied pharmacy at O.S.U. He went to Sacramento where he is now engaged in the drug business.
Adra Rusk married Mr. Romig and is living in Urichsville, Ohio.
Blanche __rt [missing letters] taught school for several years, then studied stenography and is now a stenographer in Cleveland, O.
Myrtle Hunter attended the Sawyer Sanatorium at Marion and graduated therefrom. In 1905 she was married to Mr. Dennick and lives in New York.
Mabel Bracher attended Wittenberg University and graduated therefrom. She is now teaching at North Baltimore, O.
Anna Gugler studied stenography and is now stenographer for C. H. Kibby, Galion.
Ernest Barr took a three years course at W. R. U., Cleveland. He is now engaged as a journalist in San Francisco, California.
Emily Hollister was a stenographer and teacher in Galion for some time. She is now studying at O.S.U., Columbus, O.
Cora Poister studied stenography and is now a stenographer at the Freese Works in Galion.
Ida Grebe attended a business college in Galion and later in Mansfield and is now a stenographer in Cleveland.
Ethel Sharrock attended O.W.U. and is now teaching near Galion.
Roy Hagerman was a clerk at the Erie office for two years, but is now at Columbus, taking a course in O.S.U. and doing work in the Art School there.
Tressie Ely is a teacher near Galion.
Marie Brown attended the O.S.U. for some time and is now teaching in Mansfield. Earl Longstreth was employed at Seeman’s drug store, then attended a school of pharmacy, first at Philadelphia, later at Columbus. He is at present engaged in the drug business at Marion, O.