Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dishong are well and favorably known in Salem, where they are the proprietors of the Salem
Dry Cleaning & Dyeing Company. Mrs. Dishong is a native of Leetonia, Ohio, born Dec. 19, 1889, the daughter
of John and Minerva (Harmon) Lottman.
John Lottman, a native of Leetonia, was born in 1869 and his wife was born in 1868. For a number of years he was
successfully engaged in general farming but since 1915 has resided in Salem where he is employed by the Mullins
Body Corporation. To Mr. and Mrs. Lottman was born one child, Mabel Dishong, one of the subjects of this sketch.
Norman Dishong and Mabel Lottman were married May 1, 1913. He is a native of Columbiana, Ohio, born Nov. 10, 1891,
the son of William and Savannah (Mackiln) Dishong, residents of Columbiana. Mr. Dishong is a general farmer and
operates 152 acres of well improved land.
In November, 1924, Mr. and Mrs. Dishong purchased their present business from Norman and Mary Dickler. It was established
in 1919 and is located at 12 North Lundy Street, Salem. It is among the thriving enterprises of Salem and they
carry on a general dry cleaning and dyeing business.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Dishong are Republicans.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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