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Be offer in- here an- respre-sentative with in and the She inspected be required and re t 'FORMER MARION MAN VICTIM OF DROWNING Body of Andrew L. Eiseman Found at Vermilion. The body of Andrew L. Eiseman, 29, of Nokomis Park, Vermilion, O., former Marion man, was found Tnursday arternoon when it washed into shore at the Vermilion lagoons. Mr. Eiseman and Harry Wolskl of Lorain were first reported missing April 19 when they failed to return from a fishing expedi tion, putting out at urysuii ueacn.irA Lake Erie, in an outboard motor j 30 boat I All efforts of CAP planes and I Cleveland and Lorain Coast Guard boats failed in their search of 100 square miles of the lake during the last weeks. Wolski's body washed ashore at Stop 82, Sheffield Lake, Tuesday. Eiseman is survived by his wife, Viola Louise, one son, Andrew, 2, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eiseman of 120 Latourette street and two borthers, Adam of 233 Lakeside, Lorain, and Frank L. Eiseman of 402 Pearl street, Marion. Funeral services were held at the grave at 2 p. m. Friday, for members of the family and close friends, with Rev. Edgar B. Smith, pastor of Amherst Methodist church, officiating. Buriiil was In Ridge Hill Memorial park cemetery in charge of Zilch fu neral home, Amherst will will types how and fight 45 T 1 Nazi corridor the portion effected In 400,-000 German Oslo

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  1. The Marion Star,
  2. 12 May 1945, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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