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Howard Eltrevoog submitted this photo of the 1938 Ottawa Lincoln School graduating class, taught by Miss Bertha Glover. Eltrevoog, who resides on Ottawa's South Side, was able to name nearly all of the Class of 1938. If you can identify more, please contact Mike Murphy at The Times, 815-431-4031 or mikem@mywebtimes.com. Class members include (front row from left) Betty Lou Walkling Diederick, Lucille Jansen, Betty Thiry, Phyllis Bluer Monterastelli, Dorothy Wuylens Madden, Sylvia Stiles, Janette Roberts Helland, Florence Johnson Eltrevoog, Virginia Meltesen, Betty Jean Boissenin Aubry; (second row, from left) Cleo Johnson, Mary Lee Wooters, Lois Gastineau, Marjorie Fleming, June Lucky, Lorraine Prater, Nancy Hines, Esther Pearson Rabe, Rosella Rublaitus; (third row, from left) Ralph Parr Jr., Joseph LeBeau, "boy to the far right may be Walter Woodyer," Howard Eltrevoog said; (back row, from left): Bill Mason, Hubert Godwin, Wilson "Bill" Miller, Bill Osman, Miss Glover, Norton Stephenson, Gordon Defore, Charles Reynolds. Time Capsule is a local scrapbook — pages from the past, vintage photos, slices of life, snippets from diaries. If you have memories and experiences worth sharing and storing in The Times archives, send them to The Times or e-mail to newsroom@mywebtimes.com. Include photos if you can.
Howard Eltrevoog submitted this photo of the 1938 Ottawa Lincoln School graduating class, taught by Miss Bertha Glover. Eltrevoog, who resides on Ottawa's South Side, was able to name nearly all of the Class of 1938. If you can identify more, please contact Mike Murphy at The Times, 815-431-4031 or mikem@mywebtimes.com. Class members include (front row from left) Betty Lou Walkling Diederick, Lucille Jansen, Betty Thiry, Phyllis Bluer Monterastelli, Dorothy Wuylens Madden, Sylvia Stiles, Janette Roberts Helland, Florence Johnson Eltrevoog, Virginia Meltesen, Betty Jean Boissenin Aubry; (second row, from left) Cleo Johnson, Mary Lee Wooters, Lois Gastineau, Marjorie Fleming, June Lucky, Lorraine Prater, Nancy Hines, Esther Pearson Rabe, Rosella Rublaitus; (third row, from left) Ralph Parr Jr., Joseph LeBeau, "boy to the far right may be Walter Woodyer," Howard Eltrevoog said; (back row, from left): Bill Mason, Hubert Godwin, Wilson "Bill" Miller, Bill Osman, Miss Glover, Norton Stephenson, Gordon Defore, Charles Reynolds. Time Capsule is a local scrapbook — pages from the past, vintage photos, slices of life, snippets from diaries. If you have memories and experiences worth sharing and storing in The Times archives, send them to The Times or e-mail to newsroom@mywebtimes.com. Include photos if you can.

Howard Eltrevoog submitted this photo of the 1938 Ottawa Lincoln School graduating class, taught by Miss Bertha Glover. Eltrevoog, who resides on Ottawa's South Side, was able to name nearly all of the Class of 1938. If you can identify more, please contact Mike Murphy at The Times, 815-431-4031 or mikem@mywebtimes.com. Class members include (front row from left)Betty Lou Walkling Diederick, Lucille Jansen, Betty Thiry, Phyllis Bluer Monterastelli, Dorothy Wuylens Madden, Sylvia Stiles, Janette Roberts Helland, Florence Johnson Eltrevoog, Virginia Meltesen, Betty Jean Boissenin Aubry; (second row, from left)Cleo Johnson, Mary Lee Wooters, Lois Gastineau, Marjorie Fleming, June Lucky, Lorraine Prater, Nancy Hines, Esther Pearson Rabe, Rosella Rublaitus; (third row, from left)Ralph Parr Jr., Joseph LeBeau, "boy to the far right may be Walter Woodyer," Howard Eltrevoog said; (back row, from left):Bill Mason, Hubert Godwin, Wilson "Bill" Miller, Bill Osman, Miss Glover, Norton Stephenson, Gordon Defore, Charles Reynolds. Time Capsuleis a local scrapbook — pages from the past, vintage photos, slices of life, snippets from diaries. If you have memories and experiences worth sharing and storing in The Times archives, send them to The Times or e-mail to newsroom@mywebtimes.com. Include photos if you can.

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