Picture taken from the July 29, 1992 edition of Paulding Progress
Picture taken from the July 29, 1992 edition of Paulding Progress
July 26, 1962 . . . Over 50 people graduated from the Roll-A-Way squares class in western style dancing.

Governor DiSalle is planning a visit to Paulding County in August.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bok and family of Sherwood were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olen Glick.

The Lucky Rabbit Raisers 4-H club met at the home of Nicholas and Rebecca Klinker.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ferris and son, Stuart, spent a week’s vacation in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. visiting their son, Pvt. Stanley Ferris.

Miss Debbie Ferrell of Van Wert spent a few days with Miss Claudia McClure.

Church of God camp meeting was set to start July 28 in Payne.

Miss Karen Woodard of Payne was crowned Miss Top of Ohio.

Paulding Theatre was showing “State Fair.”

Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Stoller and Christine spent Sunday afternoon at the Toledo Zoo.

The Paulding High School baseball team defeated Ft. Jennings 3-0.

Wayne E. Leninger was hired as a business teacher at Paulding High School.

Paulding county government debt up to $125 per capita.

July 26, 1972 . . . Members of the Priscilla Club met at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Armstrong at Chapman Lake.

The Stouffer reunion took place in Paulding with 61 people present.

Antwerp Boy Scouts attended summer camp at Camp Lakota.

We Mean Business 4-H club held a meeting at the home of Colleen Schick.

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ladd of Columbus spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Ladd.

Mrs. Charles Buehler of Paulding talked with the Kiwanis club about a recent trip to the Holy Land.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Morrow celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

Second Lieutenant Rita M. Bakle of Paulding, completed a five-week Army nurse and medical specialist corps officer basic course.

The Northwest Ohio Holstein show will take place at the Paulding County Fair.

The Oasis Tavern in Antwerp caught on fire. The damage estimate was $6,000.

July 28, 1982 . . . Continental Telephone Company was set to start construction on new communications cable and wire facilities throughout the county.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed McMurray, Michigan, visited a couple of days with Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Ankney.

The Everwilling homemakers club met at the home of Apache Etter.

Terry Caris visited in the Russell Lytle home.

Supper and overnight guests of Don and Helen Treece were Max and Treva Andrews and daughters of Sevring, Florida.

The Little Women’s 4-H club held a swimming party at the home of Nancy Albright.

Van Hanenkratt, Dave Kesler and Dale Noffsinger attended a special FFA leadership camp.

Kurt K. Owen of Payne arrived for duty at Fort Hood in Texas.

The Antwerp Community Players presented a minstrel show.