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Ruth Shapleight (born Dimon) ...
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Text:"....m. Pianist Thomas Dimon and soprano RuthDimon will be the two featured artists of the evening in a program that will wind up the summer musical scene in Flagstaff. Dimon will present works by such composers..."
Date:Aug 25 1971
Publication:Flagstaff, Arizona, United States of America
Ruth Shapleigh (born Dymond) ...
Ruth Shapleigh (born Dimon) ...
Ruth Shapleigh (born Dimon) ...
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Text:"... not have Mrs. Ruth Wetmore, Wellsboro; taktsa P1806-_____ Mrs. RuthDimon, Galeton; Mrs. Virginia Shaeffer, Nelson. Approximately miles of November John Mars- forest roads and 300 miles of iglio ST., Mrs..."
Date:Dec 3 1970
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...-es-. The nominating com- mittee members were Mrs. RuthDimon. of Westfield. Mrs. Webster Enelish. of Mansfield and Mrs. Clair Bastian, of Wellsboro. the Council Mrs Glenn Gillette, of A session will House at i'" all..."
Date:Oct 16 1947
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., Laborer, Ob ceola Twp Jayne Postmistress, Chat- ham Tw p irgil is, Retired, Llkland Mrs Jane Day, Housewife Mans field MrsRuthDimon, Housewife, U estfield Tw p Mrs Louibe Doleski, Housewife, blkland..."
Date:Oct 28 1965
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... The following members-at- large were Ernest Vos- Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. RuthDimon. Certain priorities for action were discussed and committee chairmen were elected to fol- low through on the following Meals on Mrs..."
Date:Nov 11 1971
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... was Specky. belonging to Duane Wilcox. of Covington. who M ian T1 Paul B fc_ oTunds of mT I 2065 pounds of milk. RuthDimon Westfield owned by Leon Erway. r-iinT wJAn u From the herd of Leon .Envay is who..."
Date:Sep 17 1953
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., Mrs. Gayle Sherman, Elkland; Mrs. Jean Tracy, Knoxville; Edwin Mattison, Mrs. RuthDimon, Gale- ton; Randy Raymond, Crooked Creek; Wallace Acktey, ST., Westfield; George Elliott, Wellsboro; Mrs. Claudia..."
Date:Dec 24 1970
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., 1893. She was married to the late Hap Dun- bar on July She has three living daughters; Mrs. Harold (Ardy) Robbins; Mrs. RuthDimon of Spokane, Wash., and Mrs. Glenn (Kathy) Benius of 1138 Minnesota St..."
Date:June 29 1975
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... The nominating are Mrs. RuthDimon, of field; Mrs. Webster English, of! Mansfield, and Mrs. Clair !of Wellsboro. The 80th annual meeting of MRS. EDITH B. teachers and school directors Tioga county will be held..."
Date:Oct 15 1947
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Tanning Com pany. Surviving are his widow, Angic Stevens Metcalf; two daughters, Charlotte at home and Mrs. Dora Clark of Westfield RD; one son, Wilbert of Potter Brook; a step- daughter, Mrs. RuthDimon..."
Date:Dec 24 1959
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..., Maines* burg, George Heatley, Antrim, RuthDimon, Westfield. April 6 * Linda Wheeler, Philip Kleingärtner, Elkland, William Suhr, Weilsboro, Rachel Fuller, Middlebur, Carolyn Mitchell, Galeton, Nina Wood..."
Date:Apr 12 1962
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"....' Horning are! Orchestra; Duet, Kathleen Krich- pleased to leari: that mother and son baum and Helen Ten little arc doing' well. j grandmammas, Priscilla Vi'hlttarn, Rev. J.; E. Everhigham will take for. Ruth..."
Date:Mar 21 1925
Publication:Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States of America