Birthday Party At Ensley Home
DRESDEN, O., - A few neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Joseph W. Ensley of Trinway Monday evening to help him celebrate his 80th birthday. A social time was enjoyed. The guests presented him with a lovely pot of tulips.
Refreshments were served to the following: Rev. and Mrs. Kunze, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fulks, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lacy, Mrs. Lulu Maxwell, Mrs. George Freshwater, Mrs. Sheldon Keith, Mrs. M.D. Newcome, Mrs. Blake McFarland, Mrs. R.W. Cochran, Mrs. Howard Bond, Mrs. Charles Corder, Mrs. Mae Bradford, Mrs. Rose McGinnis, little Carol Lacy and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ensley.
Easter dinner guests at the Russell Swope home on last Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Birkhimer and Mrs. Edna Cordray, Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Newman, Roseville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swope and children, Diana and Janet, Zanesville; Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams and daughter, Bobbe Dawn and Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Johnson of Frazeysburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harper and children, Russell, Carole and Larry, Dresden. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Penn and Walter Strickler of Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter and daughter of Bellefontaine were the week end guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. D.K. Matthews and family. Mrs. Matthews returned home with them for a few days visit.
Rev. Edwin Dickey of Bellefontaine spent Easter Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickey.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hindel of Coreapolis, Pa., have been spending several days in Dresden with her mother, Mrs. Carey McDonald, who has been ill at her home on E. Ninth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell have received word that their son, Pvt. H. Leon Powell, has enrolled in the University of Oklahoma, where he is to receive training for 12 weeks in the clerical contract school. He has been stationed at Lackland air base in San Antonio, Texas. His address is: Pvt. Hubert L. Powell, AF 15438483, 3457th, school Sgdn.; Boyd House, Norman, Oklahoma.
From: The Times Recorder (Zanesville, Ohio), March 30, 1951: page 13