Nov. 5, 1963 . . . U-Do-It coin operated car wash will be opening soon in Paulding.

An estimated 200 masqueraders participated in the Paulding Halloween parade.

Paulding County carried a democratic choice for President for the first time since 1936.

Mrs. Lloyd Stoller and children, Terry and Beverly, of Paulding and Mrs. Wilbur Tope and daughter Cathy visited Mrs. Emma Tope on Sunday.

Attending the Case Western vs. Wayne State football game in Cleveland Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Penn, Dave and Cathy of Paulding and Miss Kristy Weible of Ohio State University.

Mrs. Norma Funk was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Wyatt.

Mrs. Paul E. Miles won the recipe contest hosted by Ohio Gas Company. Her recipe for Spanish pork chops took first place. The prize is a new gas range.

The Paulding Theatre is showing “Bikini Beach” starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello this weekend.

Mrs. Virginia McDougall of Paulding has been named a third prize winner in the nationwide Pink Beauty Salmon sweepstakes. Her prize will be a West Bend Party Perk.

Mrs. R.G. Hopper of Tenn. and Frank Shisler were supper guests Monday night of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shisler.

The Evening Stars H.D. club held their meeting in the home of Lila Miller.

122 youth and 20 adults were present at the Oakwood Methodist Church for the Paulding County Methodist Youth Fellowship event.

Nov. 6, 1974 . . . Harold Fleck has been re-elected ascounty auditor.

Four new people have been added to the staff at Paulding Elementary this year: Ruthann Stahl, Lois Wiles, Carol Cottrell and Cheryl Moreo.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eschbach and daughters, Kathie and Melissa, of Louisville, Ky., were recent visitors of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eschbach and family.

Fortnightly Club was held in the home of Mildred Elick.

The Daisy Dolls twirling group held their Halloween party in the town hall in Broughton.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dotson were Friday evening visitors in the Jim Ross home.

Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mabis and two children of Antwerp and Rainard Bachellor, of Payne, were in Columbus where they attended and exhibited in a poultry show.

Ruth Dangler took her son, Gary, back to New York City and will remain there a week or longer.

Mr. and Mrs. Forest Knotts are celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary.

The Rose Hill Church of God will be holding an old fashioned church bazaar on Nov. 15.

Nov. 7, 1984 . . . Lloyd Parson Jr. joined Paulding Village Council.

Lavonne Elston of Latty has been licensed to practice physical therapy in Ohio.

A new shelter building has been built at LaFountain Park.

Mr. and Mrs. Emery Belau are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.

Leman Saylor was appointed as the new athletic director at Wayne Trace school.

Dennis J. Wine has been appointed as the superintendent of the Paulding County Board of Mental Retardation.

Payne Council approved the purchase of a new police car.

Marcia Koenn and Mrs. Cheryl Buchhop of Antwerp High School recently attended the National Honor Society Recognition Conference in Columbus.

Randy Shaffer was appointed secretary-treasurer of the Antwerp Rotary Club.

Construction on the new bridge over Zuber Cutoff on Road 180 has began.

Red Owl will now be serving breakfast.

Nov. 9, 1994 . . . After four terms as county auditor, Wayne Lothamer is retiring.

Spartech has announced their purchase of the Pawnee Extrusion plant on Road 144.

Paulding County welcomes Dr. Evarista Nnadi as a new family practice physician in the county.

The new basketball court at LaFountain park was dedicated last week.

A sand volleyball court has been opened at LaFountain park.

Paulding Community Theater will present its first production of the season, “I Take This Man.”

The $5,000 grand prize from the Paulding Band County Reverse Auction was donated back to the bands. The money was split between the three high schools.

Wayne Trace football finishes the season with a 6-4 record.