The staff of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital congratulate Elizabeth on the birth of their beautiful daughter, Khloe Harper.
Born: November 5, 2012 2:28 pm
Weight: 9 pounds 11 ounces
Length: 22 inches
Elizabeth has chosen the name Khloe Harper for her beautiful new daughter
Original Meaning: "Young green shoot"
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Other Interesting People Born on this Date:
- 1818 - Benjamin F. Butler - Governor of Massachusetts, Union General during the Civil War, and Presidential candidate who supported the 8-hour work day and anti-monopoly legislation.
- 1893 - Raymond Loewy - American engineer responsible for much of the streamline packaging of a wide array of products including busses, automobiles, toothbrushes, ball-point pens, and the Coca-Cola bottle.
- 1912 - Roy Rogers - American actor and "King of the Cowboys" who starred in some 85 western movies and two popular TV series.
- 1942 - Paul Simon - American popular music icon whose career yielded a tremendous number of hit songs from "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to "Graceland."
Other Notable Events on this Day in History:
- 1492 - Christopher Columbus recorded that he learned of a new food, corn, from the Indians of Cuba.
- 1872 - Women's rights activist Susan B. Anthony led a group of women to the polls in Rochester, New York, to test the right of women to vote. Though arrested and fined, her actions would lead to the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920.
- 1895 - Sixteen years after applying for a patent, George B. Selden was granted patent #549,160, recognizing him as "inventor" of the automobile.
- 1935 - Parker Brothers introduced what would become the most enduringly popular board game in history, "Monopoly."