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Johnsonville School, New Lebanon, Ohio Eighth Grade 1927-28

Johnsonville School, New Lebanon, Ohio Eighth Grade 1927-28

Class photo from Johnsville School, New Lebanon, Ohio, grade 8, 1927-1928.

Top Row, left to right: Clyde Ullery, teacher, Gladys Riegel, Velma Gearhart, Louise Lantis, Hobert Kempton, John Speelman, Evelyn Hull, Marie Piatt, Ruth Erbaugh, H. H. Friend, supt

Second Row: Edith Erisman, Lawrence Geckeler, Julia McGee, Roy Bright, Russel Friend, Eva Muckenheiter, Wilbur Dillon, Elizabeth Shank

Third Row: Bryon Hollinger, Marion Davison, Paul Crone, Esther Phillips, Ruby Hypes, Ferd Speelman, Elsie Brown, Clifford Menenhall

Fourth Row: ___ Farquhar, Pauline Dillon, Robert Wigger, Maxine Seitz, Iris Leis, Clara Belle Slyder, Lavora Troxell, William Ruffing, Ruth Taylor, Willard Apple

Fifth Row: Mary Priser, Andy Hinkle, Dorothea Mills, Viola Bowser, Lucille McCoy, Helen Brown, Edith Geckeler, Naomi Erbaugh, Carl Seals, Hazel Millikin

Bottom Row: Belle ? Plander Durkle, teacher, Laura Ruffing, Eldon Erbaugh, Treva Bowser, Clarence Conwell, Ralph Speelman, Naomi Baker, Walter Huber, Martha Gilbert, Ruth Woodman, teacher

Photo found in antique shop in Lebanon, Ohio.

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Johnsonvill School, New Lebanon OH 1927-28

I have been researching my family history and was astounded to discover your post. John Speelman was my father!! His twin brother Ralph and elder brother Ferd are also in your
picture. (Ferd was slightly more than a year older than Daddy and Uncle Ralph, so I guess they all ended up in the same grade together.

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