Lake County Ohio GenWeb
Excerpted and submitted by Becky Falin, 1996.
Advisory Staff: Prof. O.J. Lowary, Miss Grace Wyman
Editorial Staff: Spencer Park ('13 Editor in Chief), Robert Barto ('13 Associate), Helen Cook ('13 Literary), Kenneth Plummer ('14 Exchange and Alumni), Margaret Cawley ('16 Sparks), Agnes Youmans ('15 Class Reporter), Robert Collacott ('15 Athletics)
Business Staff: Harold Smith (Business Manager), Lawrence Lightner (Associate Manager), Helen Gage (Treasurer)
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The recent resignation of Professor F.H. Kendall as superintendent of schools in Painesville has caused much regret among the student body. Professor Kendall's twenty-two years of highly efficient service has raised the standard of the Painesville schools far above that expected from a city of this size. This long association has so closely identified Professor Kendall with P.H.S. that the loss will be even more severe.
|Noted For||Opinion of Opposite Sex||Highest Aim||Favorite Fruit||Future Vocation||Remarks|
|R. Barto||13||Jokes||Handy to Have Around||Make a Hit||Pie (Any Kind)||Female Impersonator||President Class '13|
|H. Cook||19||Most Anything||I Have One||Matrimony||Tulips||Actress||Vice President Class '13|
|T. Brookins||1/2||Size (small)||Classy||To Grow||Fudge||Story Teller||Secretary '13|
|H. Smith||23||Piano Playing||Divine||To Be a Hero||Pickles||Grind Organ Man||Treasurer '13|
|M. Barkalow||30||Orchestra Work||Unutterable||Play at the Queen||Ice Cream||Lady||Orchestra|
|I. Behm||18||High Marks||?||Nurse||Ditto||Teacher||Good Student|
|M. Brown||2||Shortness||Too Scarce||To Get One||Hershey's||Housewife||Energetic Worker|
|H. Buck||20||Talkativeness||Undetermined||To Pass Chem.||H.K.L.3(OQ)4||Missionary||Girl Worth While|
|D. Chapman||7||Laughter||Deep Stuff||Ride a Motorcycle||Chickens||Poultry Exhibitor||Valuable Member|
|H. Cumings||28||Quietness||Hasn't Any||To Go Hunting||Rabbits||Painter||Foot Ball|
|H. Cutter||5||German||Too Much in the Way||Baseball Star||Salt Horse||Sailor||Athletics|
|C. Chubb||1||Speaking Out Loud||Take 'Em Away||Opera Singer||Gum||Nurse||Basket Ball|
|M. Dockry||21||Whispering||Inexpressible||To Become Famous||Boston Wafers||Dressmaker||Loyal Member|
|L. Rigby||50||Recitations||All Right in Their Place||Teacher||Candy||Librarian||Faithful Student|
|S. Park||302||Pedantic Words||Exquilligent||To Be a Villain||Spearimint Gum||Druggist||Editor in Chief|
|C. Roddick||15||Size (large)||Charming||To Ungrow||Oranges||Artist||Social Activities|
|P. Sawyer||42||Sideburns||!||Electrician||Currants||Linesman||Foot Ball|
|C. Schultz||24||Diamond Ring||Mee too||John||Squash||Prima Donna||Play '13|
|G. Searl||29||Voice||Huh!||Music Leader||Bananas||Choir Singer||High School Chorus|
|A. Smith||17||Civics||Fine||Capture Him||Berries||To Make Him Happy||Charming Girl|
|G. Smith||17||Ich Auch||Superfine||To Be an Elocutionist||Tangerine||Manicurist||Capable|
|L. Sompi||22||Smiles||All Right||Bookkeeper||Bread and Milk||"Hello" Girl||Quiet|
|U. Spaller||18||Latin||Tickled to Death||To Be Distinguished||Cocoanut||Reader||Valedictorian|
|M. Stuart||25||Translation||Oh My||To Travel||Cherries||Candy Maker||Attractive Personality|
|E. Ticknor||86||Hair||All Right If You've Got One||To Raise a Row||Roses||Bookkeeper||Excellent Student|
|M. Thayer||16||Skipping||Good Enough||College||Cauliflower||Beauty Doctor||Active Member|
|C. Williams||26||Temper||Very Well||Very High||Onions||To Be the Boss||True to the Class|
|S. Winters||31||Halloween Party||O.K.||Prize Fighter||Cabbages||Demonstrator of Thrashers||Halloween Host|
|B. Haskell||3||Hot Air||Great to Amuse||Poet||Baked Beans||Vacuum Cleaner Agent||Class Poet|
|R. Hayes||19||Noise||Become Famous||Pansies||Stenographer||Second Highest in Class|
|H. Hanks||7 or 30||"The New Kid"||Some More Class||To Get Married||Soup||Farmer||Last Addition|
|E. Howard||35||"His Fashions"||Exquisite||Mind Reader||Peaches||Dentist||Foot Ball|
|P. Haybarger||6||Screams||Me for Them||Ballonist||More Pickles||Chorus Girl||Lively Girl|
|F. Hayward||9||A Ring||Deceitful||President of the US||Hash||At the Ribbon Counter||Committee Worker|
|O. Hervey||24||Review Shark||Doubtful||Live in Europe||Watermelon||Domestic Service Instructor||Ready and Helpful|
|A. Leoni||47||Debating||Stunning||Senator||Peruna||Stenographer||Excellent Talker|
|H. Jackson||22||Athletics||V.U.||Record Breaker||Bricks||Suffragette||Athletics|
|S. Jones||20||Teaching||No Good||Member of School Board||Grape Nuts||Principal P.H.S.||Always Jolly|
|S. Mauck||0.01||Chemistry||Some System||Grocery Clerk||"Mail Pouch"||Paper Hanger||Worthy Senior|
|G. Moseley||4||Length||I Should Worry||To Graduate||Gum Drops||Minister||Athletics, Sergeant-at-Arms '13|
|E. Noble||20||Good Nature||All Right, I Guess||Still Undecided||Pears||Living at Home||Most Popular|
|F. Orton||26||Speeches||Can Do Without Them||Missionary||Devil's Food Cake||Social Settlement Worker||Credit to the Class|
Baseball - Position on Squad: Talcott, Catcher; Pratt, Pitcher; Moseley, 1st Base; Clother, 2nd Base; Meredith, 3rd Base; Molnar, Short stop; Teuscher, Left field; Moodey, Center field; Cutter, Right field; Subs. Cole and Fralick
"Everybody off the car?" called Bob
"You haven't left anything in the seat, have you Sadie?", asked H. Cutter.
There was a great commotion as the class of '13 got off the Painesville car at Willoughbeach. Everything was just as it had been planned - a picnic on the twenty-fifty anniversary of their Commencement. Such a crowd! Oh well they have all brought their families. Each girl is carrying a large basket with something very good inside. This is certain, for this class was always generous.
All of a sudden a great shout of laughter went up from the party: as President Barto took off his coat, a '13 shirt became noticeable. True it was rather faded and worn, but Bob always was patriotic.
The twelve o'clock whistle has just blown and already the "girls" have spread the white cloth on the long table. The men have gone off with cups to get coffee and water. Many young people who closely resemble members of the class and others are assisting about the table.
At last everything is ready and they take their places at the table. Miss Wyman sits at the head with a register before her; she has been requested to call the roll so as to find out more about the different members. She begins first with the officers of the class in their Senior year:Robert Bart - He's present and has gone into business with Mr. Osmer Griswold of the class of '14; they are drawing pictures advertising the plays of the S. Park Dramatic Company.
Crash! One of the legs has broken off a table and nearly has fallen to the ground. The first misfortune; well the class of '13 generally did bring some accident into it. All remember the time of the Halloween party out at Winters', and Miss Wyman's face especially turns pale and wan. Recovering from such terrible thoughts she proceeds with the roll.Glenn Moseley - Present. The Reverend Glenn Moseley, how changed from his younger days.
After Reverent Moseley had asked the blessing, things were passed from one end of the table to the other and there was a great rattling of knives and forks. A chocolate cake with a figure '13 in the middle was watched closely by all eyes. All enjoyed themselves the rest of the day talking over old times and learning about the members of the class. Instead of going back on the street car arrangements had been made to return in hay racks, so at eight o'clock in the evening baskets and wraps were picked up an all prepared to leave for Painesville in the good old-fashioned way.
People living along the way came to their doors and opened windows to listen to the familiar song:
Class of 1908
Robert Carr is in partnership with his father in the Richmond grocery.
Ward Emerson is connected with the Government Forestry Department in Southern Colorado.
John Hall Kellogg is an Instructor in Oberlin College and was recently admitted to the Phi Beta Kappa.
Frank Truby is employed by the local surveyors, Cumings and Downer.
Hazel Murray is teaching school in Mentor.
Class of 1909
Mathew Bradley is with a theatrical Stock Company of excellent quality.
Russel Cahill is employed in the offices of The Wm. Edwards Company of Cleveland.
Chester Little is working in the Nickle Plate Milling Company.
Lewis McClellan is attending Case School.
Clifford Proctor is employed in the Nottingham Bank.
Hubert Spence is completing his Senior Year at Case.
Ralph Stanhope is employed in the fish houses of Richmond.
Eleanor Moodey graduates from Lake Erie College this year.
Class of 1910
Starling Buell is attending Case in his junior year.
George Sawyer is in Case school in his junior year.
Martha Barto is attending Lake Erie College in her junior year.
Jessie Blackmore is now with her parents in Akron, O.
Ruth Logan is teaching school.
Edith Simons is employed by the local Bell Telephone Co.
Matilda Spence is doing social settlement work in New York City.
May Stanhope is in Washington State with her parents.
Class of 1911
Homer Courtney is employed in the local agency of the American Express Company
Arthur Craig is attending Case School of Applied Science.
George Goff is employed on the B & O railroad.
Wayne Grover is clerking in W.M. Werner's.
Stuart Hazen is on the lakes again this summer.
Wayne Horton is working in the local Post Office.
John Jolliffe has gone into partnership with his father in the meat market.
Charlie Moodey is attending Wyman's School of the Woods
Ernest Moseley is traveling for the Educational Supply Company.
Bessie Behm is clerking in one of the large department stores in Cleveland
Dork Buck is a stenographer in the office of Mr. Buck
Marie Dayton is a bookkeeper in the office of the Realty Title & Investment Co.
The Misses Evelyn and Florence Gage are attending school at Kent Place, New Jersey
Gertrude Hughes is playing in the Palm Theatre.
Class of 1912
Gage Booth is proprietor of a local milk route.
Virgil Brooks is employed by the Central Delivery Co.
Lynn Carlton is working in his father's store in Mentor.
Robert Deibler is attending Western Reserve.
Charles Grey is working in The Cleveland Trust Company.
Donald Monroe is a clerk in the local Post Office.
Clifford Stevens has gone into partnership with his brother on their farm in Perry.
May Cawley is attending St. Mary's College, Monroe, Mich.
Gertrude Hudson is clerking in the dry goods department of the Gail G. Grant Co.
Gladys May is employed by Carl Hagenburger, Florist.
Esther Waite is continuing her study of music under Prof. Brooks.
Florence Hard is apprenticing in Haskell's millinery store.
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