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East Cleveland leader. [volume] (East Cleveland, Ohio) 1942-1970, July 02, 1959, Image 5

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Miss Lucille Provo, dean of
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Miss Linda Wenzel, 11605
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ple who attended a surprise
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Miss Dorothy Hearn
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Marlene Oberstar.
Linda, Susan and Debbie
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spectively) announce the arriv
al of their baby brother,
Stephen Lee IV, June 16th at
well who recently ended her Huron Road Hospital. He
teaching career at Kirk.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Blaugh, re
turned recently from a com
mittee meeting of the North
central Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools at
Chicago.
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partment paused June 19th to
wish Chief H. S. Weaver a
happy birthday.
weighed in at 7 lbs. 4 oz. The
proud parents are Mr. and
Mrs. S. Lee Whiteman III, 1754
Noble rd. The grandparents
are Dr. and Mrs. S. Lee White
man Jr., 15409 Brewster ave.,
and Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Schramm of Akron.
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Mr*. Ella E. Long
Funeral service* were con
ducted at 1:00 p. m. Saturday
for Mrs. Ella E. Long, 69, who
died in University Hospital
June 24th. Burial was in Knoll
wood cemetery.
Mrs. Long was the widow of
Herbert J. Long, former vice
president of the W. S. Taylor
Co., who died in 1956.
In previous years, Mrs. Long
was a member of several gar
den clubs and she had been ac
tive in the PTAs of Rozelle,
Kirk Junior High and Shaw
High Schools. Her hobby was
ceramics.
She is survived by a son,
Bruce H. Long a brother Wil
liam Mosbacher and three
grandchildren.
Her home was at 1025 Here-1
ford rd., Cleveland Heights.
Dr. Robert Gilman
Services were conducted at 3
p. m. Sunday for Dr. Robert B.
Gilman, 27, who was killed in
stantly Friday night when the
car he was driving went out of
control and crashed on the New
York Thruway 30 miles east of
Rochester.
Dr. Gilman recently complet
ed his internship at Peter Bent
Brigham Hospital in Boston
after graduating magna cum
laude from Harvard University.
He was to begin his residency
at Brigham Hospital next
month.
Dr. Gilman was coming from
the east to attend his sister
Arlene’s wedding when the ac
cident occurred.
While attending Western Re
serve University, Dr. Gilman
belonged to Phi Beta Kappa, he
was active in sports, and acm
pus activities.
At Harvard, Dr. Gilman be
longed to the Harvard Club and
Nu Sigma Nu.
Dr. Gilman was the son of
Attorney Albert A. Gilman and
the late Augusta J. Gilman.
His sister, now Mrs. Law
rence M. Klainer, is a case
worker for Cuyahoga County
Child Welfare.
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15962 Ravine Joyce Edwards,
904 Greyton Douglas Frantz,
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14413 Savannah ave. Annette
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Anna Marie Klein, 1354 East
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13505 Garden rd. Patricia
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Nancy Sutherland, 1123 Brand
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