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News from Nov. 21, 1923

Dresden, O., Nov. 21- James G. May was arrested by Marshall George Richcreek Tuesday on a charge of intoxication and operating an automobile while under the influence of liquor. He was ordered to appear before Squire Davis. Attorney Graham, who represents May, asked for a few days continuance.

The Women's Bible class of the Baptist church will have an all-day sewing Thursday at the home of Mrs. Howard Little.

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gilmore of Columbus are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Levi Butler. Mrs. Gilmore is taking Abram treatments at Coshocton.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casner and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fortune and son Donald motored to Zanesville Saturday.

Mrs. Inez Escover and two children of Zanesville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Fitch.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lutz and children spent Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Lutz of Is---a.

The Baptist Sewing Circle will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Al Porter on Main street Friday evening. All ladies of the church are invited. Come and bring your friends.

The Pythian Sisters will hold a market in the bank building Saturday.

Miss Jennie Mossman and Mrs. John Cox shopped in Zanesville last Saturday.

Mr. & Mrs. Sam'l Cox Married 65 Years Ago

Dec. 2 - Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cox celebrated their 65th anniversary Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Cox have enjoyed good health and happiness all these years. Their children went home with well filled baskets feeling very thankful that their father and mother had been spared to live together these many years. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cox, near Adams Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Cox of Coshocton, Mr. and Mrs. O.G. McCoy, near Roscoe, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cox and son, Eugene, of Dresden, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McFarland and children of Dresden and Mr. Melvin Cox of the home.

(The Times Recorder - Zanesville, OH - December 3, 1923)

Mrs. Edward West obituary

Mrs. Edward West of Dresden Dies At Bethesda Hospital

Nov. 23- Mrs. Edward West, aged 59, died at Bethesda Hospital Friday morning about 3 o'clock. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Floyd Clark and Mrs. Clarence Snyder, three step sons, Ira West, Homer West and Roy West, one granddaughter, Noradale Stargel, of the home; one sister, Mrs. Ohio Williams and two brothers, Sanford King and William King. The funeral will be held from the Prospect church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial in the Prospect cemetery.

(The Times Recorder - Zanesville, OH - November 24, 1923)