Sept, 9, 1948 . . . Miss Linda Kaye Cassel is honored at a birthday party with a dozen guests present. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and orange aid are served.

Paulding’s 151st Motor Ambulance Company participates in two weeks of field training at Camp Atterbury, Indiana.

Paulding Village is now being supplied with water from one of the three new wells on the Cook Farm south of Paulding.

Greer’s Drugs in Paulding is having a half-price sale on Dorothy Perkins deodorant, which regularly sells for $1 a jar. Greer’s phone number is 47.

The Broughton Cannery is now canning all kinds of fruits and vegetables. Phone 275-15 to make an appointment.

L. Smith & Son has an opening for an aggressive appliance and furniture salesman. Experience is not necessary. Call them at 57.

Prowant Cab Service, located next to the fire house, offers 24-hour taxi service. Rates in town from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. are 25-cents. After 11 p.m., rates are 50-cents. Outside calls are 20-cents per mile. Their phone number is 206-R.

The Strand Theatre in Payne is showing “Return of Rin Tin Tin” Friday and Saturday nights.

Earl Anspaugh retires from the Paulding Telephone Company after 40 years of service. He started work with the company in 1908 and is now the local manager. He is replaced by Howard Daub of S. Cherry St.

Sept. 12, 1968 . . . The Paulding Panthers defeat Ada 24-16 to win their opening football game.

The new Remington Model 1100, the most dependable automatic shotgun in the world, is now available at Crain Hardware in Paulding.

Mr. and Mrs. John Sheely of Grover Hill are Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sheely and family in Payne. In the afternoon, John and Eugene attend the reunion of the Paulding County Men’s Chorus at the Antwerp Park.

Steven Spryn is the lucky winner of two free student movie tickets from the Paulding Theatre. The theatre is now showing “Speedway,” starring Elvis Presley and Nancy Sinatra.

Lawrence D. Koenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Koenn of Cecil, received his associate degree in Electronic Engineering Technology from Sam’s Technical Institute in Indianapolis.

Captain Kay F. Layman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Layman of Cecil, is awarded the Army Commendation Medal just prior to her departure from Vietnam, where she has served in the Army Nurse Corps at the 18th Surgical Hospital near Pleiku for three months and the 12th Evacuation Hospital near Cu Chi for nine months. Captain Layman was head nurse of one of the two Surgical Intensive Care Units.

Barb Keeler, owner of Barb’s Wig Shop on Hoover Ave. in Paulding, completes a course in rinsing, cutting, shaping and styling wigs and wiglets.

Three break-ins are reported to the Paulding County Sheriff’s Department in the past week, one in Latty and two in Oakwood.

The 10th Tipton Community Reunion is held at the Ney Park. Arlean Foust, secretary-treasurer, reminds everyone to be on time for basket dinners and a fine time at 12:30 p.m.

Enjoy eating out at the newly redecorated Foltz’s Restaurant on the northwest corner of the square in Paulding.

Sept. 14, 1988 . . . Randy Brooks, president of the Antwerp Village Council, presents tokens of appreciation to former mayor Ollie Zedaker and former council members Ralph Brown and Jim Jordan for fulfilling their duties. Jim Snyder, who was not present at the meeting, will be given his gift later.

Phlipot’s Ford Sales & Service in Paulding has a 1985 Ford Escort GL 4-door, 4-speed with FM, PS, and PB for $4,500.

Paulding Eagles Steak Fry serves a 12-ounce New York strip steak for $5.

Five Span Marina holds its third annual crappie tournament on the Auglaize River. Cash awards of $100, $50, and $25 are offered for the longest crappie caught.

Paulding County is eligible for additional funds up to $30,000 from House Bill 704, which provides for replacement and reconstruction of infrastructure systems such as water, sewer, roads, bridges, storm water and sanitary sewers and solid waste disposal.

Four to five pounds of dried marijuana are confiscated from the home of a rural Paulding man following the execution of a search warrant.

About 30 area residents attend Paulding Village Council meeting to voice their opinions on the child safety program adopted by council.

$3.2 million for the Wayne Trace High School addition will be refinanced by issuing one-year notes.

Sgt. Kristofer Mericle will serve in the Sinai Desert with his unit, the first battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment.