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Posted by: Laurie Shaffer (ID *****0315) Date: December 08, 2006 at 20:50:47
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20 Apr 1931 Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, OH)
The marriage of MISS JEWEL MULFORD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Norman, South 6th Street and CLARK DRUKENBROD, Canton was solemnized this morning at 11 o'clock in the M P parsonage, with Mrs. J. E. Tripp officiating.
The bride wore a becoming frock of beige georgette, with corresponding accessories. Her corsage was of roses and sweet peas.
Mrs. John Brushwood as matron-of-honor wore an attractive dress fashioned of rose crepe.
The bridegroom is employed as a post office clerk in Canton, where the couple will make their home, on Columbus Ave.
MR and MRS DRUKENBROD will have the fehcitations of a wide circle of friends.

Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, OH) 14 Dec 1931
The marriage of Mattie Mulford Gross, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Norman, South 6th Street, and John E. Foster, South 6th Street, was solemnized Saturday morning in Grace M E parsonage, with Rev. Oscar M Adam officiating.
The bride wore an attractive gown of black crepe romaine and pale green chiffon velvet, with accessories to correspond.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Foster were well known in Coshocton. The former has been in the garage business on 7th Street for the past several years.
Immediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Foster left for Canton where they were week=end guest of the bride's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Drukenbrod.
They will be at home to their friendís 716 South 6th St., Coshocton.

Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, OH) 12 Mar 1935
MRS JENNIE NORMAN was pleasantly surprised Sunday when her children and grandchildren gathered at her home on South 6th Street in celebration of her 68th birthday.
The following were present: MR. and MRS. CLARK C DRUKENBROD and son, RICHARD, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Everhart and children, Paul, Dale, Betty and Robert, Canton; Mrs. Lula Huston and daughter, Evelyn, Walter Parysch and daughter, Tuscola, and Ward Grand, Columbus; Mrs. Grace Lanham and children, Landell and Staley, and Holmes Judson, Killbuck; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Foster and daughter, Beverly Jean, Route 2.

Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, OH) 23 Aug 1949
The children and grandchildren of Mrs. Jennie Norman, South 6th Street, gathered at the fairgrounds Sunday for a reunion. The following enjoyed a picnic at noon: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seward, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Seward and daughter, Terry, Burbank, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Everhart and children, Roger, Ronald and Glenda, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Everhart and son, Dale Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Everhart and daughter, Pamela, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stallman and children, Patty and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Drukenbrod, Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Seward and son, Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. West, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Rohr and daughter, Sara Beth, Mrs. Roscoe Pierce, Mrs. James Laird and Mrs. Norman, Coshocton.

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