Crooksville — Mrs. Edythe Search Davies, 53, died Sunday morning at her home here following an illness of a heart ailment. Surviving are her father, Frank Search, of the home; three sisters, Miss Helen Search of the home, Mrs. Charles Henning of Crooksville, and Mrs. Craig Wilson of Corning, and a brother, Kenneth Search of Crooksville. The body is at the residence. Funeral services will be held at 9 o’clock Wednesday morning in the Church of the Atonement, of which Mrs. Davies was a member. Rev. William Stecker will officiate and burial will be in Crooksville cemetery with Cannon and Cannon funeral home of Crooksville in charge.
Source: Zanesville Signal, April 2, 1951.
Miss Mildred Hartley is attending Meredith Business College. (Zanesville Times Recorder, September 20, 1940)
Roberta Hanson, 18-year old Shawnee high school senior….tied for first place among the girls in the state high school general scholarship contest held last month. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hanson. Her ambition is to become a physician, and she plans to enter Ohio State university this fall. (Zanesville Signal, April 14, 1946)
Joyce Francis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Francis, recently graduated from Grace Hospital School of Nursing Detroit. She is now employed at Grace Hospital. (Lake Orion Review, March 18, 1949)
Evelyn Dilts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dilts, 1212 Lincoln Way, was awarded a scholarship bracelet for having the highest grade point of all Phi Beta Phi pledges. (Ames Daily Tribune, April 28, 1954)
Kevin Henning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Henning of Roseville Route 1, placed second in the Optimist Zone 5 Oratorical Contest held at Columbus Monday night. Henning, 14, represented the Zanesville Optimist Club. He is a ninth grade pupil at Roseville High School. Richard Nadelin, speech teacher at Roseville High School, coached Henning. (Zanesville Times Recorder, April 17, 1970)
To the wife of Merle Ansberry, September 5, a daughter, Eleanor Allyne, Hanford. (Oakland Tribune, September 18, 1933)
NEW ARMSTRONG SON: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Armstrong are parents of a boy born Monday Jan. 29 at the St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs. Armstrong is the former Dorothy Fish, and the Armstrongs have one other son, Melvin. Mr. Armstrong works for the Post transfer company at Algona. The family moved lately from Livermore to the Obrecht home here. (Kossuth County Advance, February 6, 1951)
Born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bryant of 924 East Church street a daughter, Marilyn Jeanne. (Adrian Daily Telegram, January 29, 1925)
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Miss Marlene Henning and Robert Woodward were married on February 9 in Central Methodist church, Richmond, Ind. with Rev. Robert Fribley officiating. Miss Helen Smith and James Brooks were the attendants. The newlyweds are living with the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henning of State Route 75. Mr. Woodward is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Woodward of Roseville.
Source: Zanesville Times-Recorder, March 3, 1952.