Birthday Soiree for 6-year-old Donn Foutz


Waddington Joy Foutz Don 1950

Joy Waddington and cousin Donn Foutz, about 1950.

Donn Foutz’s Sixth Gets Times Write-up

Yes, it was common for the local paper in 1950’s Ohio to lend precious ink to even the most everyday occurrences. Such as a six-year-old’s birthday party.

Albeit, this March 1950 shindig was for the illustrious Uncle Donn Foutz.

Hey, Happy 71st, Uncle Donn!

From the Tuesday, March 14 edition of the New Philadelphia Daily Times:

Six-year-old Donn Foutz was a happy boy Saturday when his mother, Mrs. Don Foutz, entertained at a birthday party at the Foutz home, 323 E. Front St., Dover.

Tom Schupbach, Donald Maughan, Jack Colley and Rolly Varner won prizes.

Others attending were: Bobby and Carl Foutz, Susan Hardesty, Carol and Jim Edwards, Katy Andreas, Dick Williams, Jim Lanzer and Matt Fisher.

 

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2 thoughts on “Birthday Soiree for 6-year-old Donn Foutz

  1. Mark Johnson

    Johnson Family I am reconnecting after all these years. I have moved back to Ohio after living in Michigan for 36 years. I have enjoyed all blogs and family history that Colt has provided. Does anyone have any old photograph of all the cousins when we together, Fred, Mark, Guy, Beth Ann.

    • Hi Mark — good to hear from you. If anyone has an old pic like that, it would be Sara Fitzgerald. I may have one or two that she or Nellie has passed my way. I’ll post ’em when I get the chance.

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