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 1903
Harry Davis after spending a short time at Ann Arbor, Mich. was employed by the Detroit White Lead Co. at Detroit and is still in that city.
Bertie and Mildred Jackson have been teachers in the East School Building since their graduation.
Aldon Metheany studied for some time at Denison University and has acted as Insurance and Real Estate agent since.
John Fox has spent four years in the college for Physicians and Surgeons at Cleveland and will graduate this year.
Earl Crissinger was baggage-master of the Big Four until the spring when he was promoted to the position of bill clerk in the Big Four Freight office.
Grace Kates was engaged as a teacher until her marriage to Dan Cook with whom she is now living at Lorain.
Bertha Nelson employed herself as a seamstress until she married Herman Plack.
Cleo Kreiter is engaged as stenographer in Mayor Geer’s office.
Georgia Shumaker married George Philips and is living in Oil City, Pa.
Nina Berger has been employed as a stenographer in Cleveland.
Blossom Burgert was for a while a clerk in the Citizen’s National Bank and is living in Galion.
Hattie Kern was for a short time assistant librarian in the Galion Public Library but is now engaged as book-keeper and cashier at Faber’s grocery.
Mary Monett married Mr. Smith and resides at North Robinson, O.
May Lovette is a stenographer in Mr. Knotes’ law office.
Boyd Schneeberger will graduate this year from O.S.U. as an electrical engineer.
Paul Monroe is studying at O.W.U. and will also graduate this year.
Etta Kunkel is employed as cashier at Wistermen’s Dry Goods store.
Roy Riblet will graduate this year from O.W.U.
Carrie Kreiter spent a short time at Wittenberg after she graduated from G. H. S.
Clarence Unckrich studied at the Rose Polytechnic Institute and is now employed as a machinist in Unchrich’s garage.
Minnie Stentz married Mr. Henderson and lives in Galion.
Frank Humberger has been doing musical work and has been employed by the Erie R. R. He is attending the Thomas School of Music in Detroit.
Jay Sweeney was engaged as a clerk in Liggett’s drug store but is now studying at O.S.U.
Liane Eysenbach was for a time a bookkeeper in Gadsden, Ala. She later became a trained nurse and still lives in Gadsden.
Ben Koppe was an express driver for a while and then a machinist in Alliance where he is at present.
Emma Burgener has been employed as a stenographer since she graduated and just recently married James Sheerer. Gayle Dull will graduate from University of Michigan this year.