Nov. 7, 1946 . . . Payne deputy marshal Charles J. Roush, age 72, dies of an accidental gunshot wound after being shot in the neck when his revolver fell from its holster, struck the floor and discharged as he bent over.

A Cecil boy is stationed in Germany. Pfc. George W. Thompson, son of Emmett H. Thompson, arrives at the European Theatre Army Air Force Replacement Depot and will soon be assigned to permanent duties with the occupational Air Force.

Fifteen-year-old Mary Ann Core, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Core, is diagnosed with partial uncomplicated polio.

Walter Gillen Motor Sales in Paulding has Gibson home freezers and Dexter twin-tub washers for sale.

Girzzly Mfg. Co. is seeking men and women for full-time work. No experience is necessary. Minimum starting rate is 86 cents per hour.

Miss Edna Graham entertains the first Circle of the Ladies Aid Society of the Church of Christ.

Movies are shown each Saturday night at the Paulding High School auditorium. Next week’s movie is “Renfrew of the Royal Mounted.” Admission is 35 cents for adults and 14cents for children.

Doud Grain Co. in Cecil says it is important to save every possible pound of legume and grass seed this year for our own requirements and war-torn foreign countries. “Don’t let your All-Crop Harvester stand idle a single day during harvest season,” their ad says. “We will be glad to help you contact farmers who have custom work to do.”

The office of Dewey D. Byer, accountant, auditor, and tax consultant, is located over Ducat’s Store.

A very enjoyable time is had in the I.Q. Grant’s home in Melrose on Sunday when relatives and friends gather to celebrate his 75th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grant also celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Morelain Grant celebrated their 30th anniversary.

Unofficial election results are published on Page 1.

Nov. 10, 1966 . . . Sheriff John Keeler reports five auto accidents in the county in the past week caused by the slippery road conditions. Only three minor injuries are reported, however there are dozens of other mishaps in which cars are stuck in drifts or have slipped off the roads.

Blue Creek Local School holds open house for parents and patrons to meet the teachers and staff and to attend a short P.T.A. meeting.

Paulding County Home Economics Clubs holds an Idea Fair at the Oakwood Bank with demos on cake decorating, flower arranging, broiler meals and other topics.

The First Christian Church in Paulding is having a Chicken Pie Dinner and bazaar. Adult meals are $1.50 and kids’ meals are 75 cents.

Pfc. Tommy F. Litzenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Litzenberg, arrives in Viet Nam the last week of October.

H&R Flower Shop on the south side of the square in Paulding has flowers for all occasions.

Donald Manz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Manz, is the Paulding County winner of the Ohio History Throughout Ohio contest, sponsored by Ohio University. He wins a two-day expense-paid trip to Ohio University where he will compete in a final competition against winners from all 88 counties.

The Paulding Theatre is showing “Three On a Couch” starring Jerry Lewis and Janet Leigh.

Cassel’s Hardware, Furniture and Jewelry Stores move to their new location in the building formerly occupied by the Kroger Store and Greer’s Drug Store on the west side of the square.

The Charloe Store, “Charloe’s Only Shopping Center” has live bait including night crawlers, minnows and red worms.

Nov. 12, 1986 . . . The Wayne Trace School Board considers a citizen’s request to organize a high school girls’ softball team. Earl McClure, representing interested parents and students, says that for the past six years, an average of only 23 of the approximately 200 girls attending the high school participate in track and that there should be an alternative girls’ sport.

Paulding Kiwanis Club presents a framed certificate of honor to Jim Marcom, son of Earl and Bernice Marcom of Paulding. Jim helped rescue his mother following a boating accident during a fishing trip to Thunderbird Resort on Lac Des Mille Lacs, 90 miles west of Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Stan Searing is elected president of the Paulding Chamber of Commerce for 1987.

At the John Paulding Historical Museum’s old- fashioned days, Alice Good was the spelling bee winner, Mabel Simpson was corn husking winner in the ladies’ division, and Kenny Thomas was men’s division winner.

“Happy the Hobo” will perform at the Paulding P.T.O. Dinner.

Mark Spangler of Oakwood is nominated to receive the American Farmer degree, the highest degree presented by the national FFA Organization.

The Paulding Panthers Mighty Marching Machine will perform the pre-game and half-time shows for the Cincinnati Bengals when they play the Seattle Seahawks.

Stop in today at Vogel’s Barbershop. John, Linda, Lori and Joe are here to serve you.

Paulding Discount Foods, SR 127 south, has Bunny Jumbo Bread, two loaves for 99 cents, fresh frozen ground beef for $1.09 per pound, and mixed dog food for $4.99 for a 25-pound bag.