Lou J. Laubscher, a substantial and highly esteemed citizen of Columbiana County, who resides at Lisbon, is
a native of Cleveland, Ohio. He was born Nov. 21, 1866, and is the son of Alyies and Amelia (Schmadt) Laubscher.
The Laubscher family is of French and Bavarian descent, having originally come from Alsace-Lorraine. Lou J. Laubscher
attended the public schools of Cleveland, where he lived for many years. He was pocket billiard champion of Cleveland
for five years and is now champion fancy shot player of the world. He is also a prominent official of that sport
and has refereed many important matches, including the game of Willie Hoppe and Ora Monnuptar in Detroit, Mich.,
Feb. 15, 1910. Mr. Laubscher now lives retired at Lisbon.
On Oct. 23, 1902, Mr. Laubscher was united in marriage with Miss Marie Pasco, the widow of Elmer Pasco, who at
the time of his death was sports editor of the Cleveland Press. By her first marriage Mrs. Laubscher has a daughter,
Marie. To Lou J. and Marie Pasco Laubscher were born three children: Louis, who died in infancy; Lowell Jesse,
born Sept. 30, 1911; and Russell, born Jan. 13, 1915.
Mr. Laubscher is a Republican and a member of the Presbyterian Church. His wife holds membership in the United
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
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