Sept. 2, 1965 . . . Vicky Smith, of Paulding, is preparing to travel to Chicago to compete for a second win on The Ted Mack Show.

State announces a new project to develop a seven mile stretch of the Erie Canal into an area for canoeing.

The Paulding Community Fire Association had a new pumper truck delivered.

Mr. and Mrs. Burt Shisler have purchased the Sno-Cone in Charloe from Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pier.

Kenny Bryan and Earl Utterback donate time and money to the Paulding Music Mothers for new tables at the fair stand.

Mr. Joe Ehrmann spent the weekend in Mansfield visiting with friends.

The 21st annual Dunham reunion was held at the Blue Creek Center Grange.

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Donley, Jane, Dale and Mrs. Nancy Donley spent the weekend visiting relatives in Gladwin, Michigan.

Paulding County men participate in the summer training exercises at Camp Grayling for the National Guard.

Sept. 3, 1975 . . . Helen Sigley, of Paulding, was the winner of the clock radio in the Paulding merchants coupon days drawing. Her entry was placed at Parson’s IGA.

The Swim-a-Long for the Cancer Society raised over $200.

The Charloe community is planning a Western horse show to benefit the Charloe park.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bradford and Amy, Cynthia Adams and Brenda Hall spent last week camping at Indian Lake.

Larry W. Price of Grover Hill graduated from The Ohio State University.

Blue Creek Community Club met in the home of Mrs. Erdine Winder.

The 28th annual Blythe family reunion was held.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reinhart were evening callers of Mrs. Dorothy McMichael.

The MYF went on a camping trip to Pokagan State Park.

The Indians were the winners of the Oakwood Little League Tournament.

Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Joe Adamski and Mr. and Mrs. William Cluts spent the day in Nappanee, Ind. where they toured the Amish settlement.

Janet Hockenberry was appointed to being the faculty sponsor for WT Campus Life.

Bonnie Riggenbach and Lowell Schlatter were crowned Junior Fair Queen and King.

Julie Miller, of Oakwood, won reserve champion goat and showmanship at the Paulding County Fair.

Sept. 4, 1985 . . . Dr. James Gray is the new physician at the Antwerp Clinic.

Tim Hunsacker was hired as a police officer in Paulding.

Kelly Thomas was crowned Miss Oakwood during the Oakwood Homecoming.

Richard Bower was the $100 winner in the Paulding Athletic Boosters 300 Club.

Annette Klinker was elected president of Saint Joseph’s College psychology club for the school year.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stahl of Grover Hill, called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stratton in Van Wert.

The Van Del Theater was showing “Ghostbusters.”

Sally Bissell was named director of alumni relations at Defiance College.

Kylee Mansfield and Jonathan Bair were named Oakwood Little Queen and King at Homecoming.

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Russell and Amanda, and Robert Post were callers in the Donald Russell home.

Sept. 6, 1995 . . . The Auglaize Chapel Church of God celebrated 100 years.

Oakwood Boy Scout Troop 19 completed their Eagle Scout project by putting in a walkway designed for handicap use in Oakwood.

Mr. and Mrs. Roman Laker celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.

Joe Vogel retires as a barber in Paulding after 43 years of service.

The Antwerp branch library installed a new sign.

The Paulding High School class of 1980 held a reunion.

The Paulding County Farm Bureau honored nine Century Farms during their annual meeting. Those farms included: Lois Williamson, Leah Smith, Lynn Grubaugh, Mapha Schaadt, Gerald Sholl, Vincent Sholl, Nathan C. Doctor Jr. and Leo Sholl.

The product department at Chief supermarket in Paulding updated their signage.

The blood drive at the Paulding Presbyterian Church brought in 87 donors.