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Several people including Mr. and Mrs. John Schindler, William Schindler, John Kochheiser, Asher Engelhart, Theodore Wagner, J. J. McBride, G. M. Galbraith and Irvin Wirick attended the funeral of Martin Touby Tuesday, which was held at the German church in Washington township.
[The Mansfield News (Mansfield, Ohio) April 22, 1925 - submitted by Ida Maack Recu]

Among those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Leah Clever last Monday were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hubbs, Mrs. Orley Secrist, Mrs. James McGuire, Miss Mary Clever, Mrs. Electa Teller, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Clever and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Secrist of Mansfield, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Secrist, Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Carber, Mrs. Sarah Secrist, A. F. Secrist and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Clever, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clever and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clever of Bellville, Charles McGinley of Mt. Vernon and L. F. Neer of Fremont.
[The Manfield News (Mansfield, Ohio) April 16, 1925 - submitted by Ida Maack Recu]

Promoted By Ohio Power
LEXINGTON -- Gerald Clever, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clever, Delaware St., has been named assistant manager of the Ohio Power Company's Philo plant. He will succeed W. M. Kussmaul, who will retire March 31, it was announced by E. L. Seidfer, plant manager. Clever attended Lexington Elementary and High School, graduating in 1932. He studied at Indiana Technical College, Findlay College and Ohio Northern University and received his professional engineers license in 1944. He was affiliated with the Central Ohio Power Co. in Findlay when it merged with the Ohio Power Co. and was transferred to the Philo plant, where he supervised the latter stages of construction and the early operations of the plant.
[Mansfield News Journal (Mansfield, Ohio) March 10, 1959 - Sub. by Ida Maack Recu]

Mr. and Mrs. Dill and daughters Betty and Carolyn Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bahr and family and Mrs. Chalmer Schindler and son attended a family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackbourne at Martinsburg.
[Mansfield News Journal (Mansfield, Ohio) July 19, 1940 - sub by Ida Maack Recu]

Today is the birthday anniversary of Louis A. Ott, the jeweler, who was born in Mansfield on July 30, 1880. He is one of Mansfield's prominent and leading young business men, having been engaged in the jewelry business since he concluded his education. He is also railroad watch inspector for the Erie, Pennsylvania and Baltimore & Ohio railroads.
[The Mansfield News (Mansfield, Ohio) July 30, 1910]




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