Feb. 9, 1967 ... Clyde Taylor is appointed administrator of Paulding Village.

Ohio Power Company in Paulding announces that Dan Nutter has been appointed area foreman.

The Gerald Williamsons of Paulding were recent visitors of the Foster Dosters.

Mr. and Mrs. George Clemens, Sara Mae and Chuckie and Dave Pier were Sunday dinner guests of the Paul Curtis Family.

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Donley and Dale visited the Johnny Lantow family. The Lantow children had been ill with the measles, but are doing better.

The Bunco Bells met at the home of Jan Hinton. Guests included Ann Luck, Donna Baldwin, Pat Harter, Marty Memmer and Sue Clark.

Members of the 1967 Antwerp Homecoming Court are Shelia Dill, junior class; Karl Ann Hopkins, sophomore class; Sue Friend, freshman class; Carol McAlexander, senior class; and Karen Dangler, senior class Homecoming Queen.

Before a capacity crowd, the WOWO Aces defeated the Antwerp faculty in basketball, 69-71.

Items on the Paulding school lunch menu for the week of Feb. 13-17 include glazed cherries, fried chicken, beans with ham bits, Harvard beets, and tuna noodle casserole.

Deborah Allen and Mary Jane Simon from Paulding High School, participated in a recent math contest at Defiance College.

Seaman recruit David R. Fohner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pershing J.J. Fohner of Oakwood, has graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training.

Feb. 9, 1977 ... Fred and Tim Pieper and a student friend from Anderson College in Anderson, Ind. were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Goyings.

On sale at Parson’s Market IGA this week are Dinner Bell ham loaves for $1.29/lb.; Sirloin steaks for $1.59/lb.; 18 oz. jar of Skippy peanut butter for 89¢; and Stokely tomato juice, two 46 oz. cans for $1.

Nurses from Paulding County Hospital thank their friend Jim Adamski for the many trips he made assisting them getting to and from the hospital during the recent snow storms.

Navy Fire Control Technician Third Class Robert V. Reyes, son of Josephine Reyes of Paulding, recently participated in Exercise “Readex 1-77” in the South China and Philippine Seas.

Mr. and Mrs. Bud Henke, Jan and Jennifer, Lisa Spitnale, Kelly Etter, April Adams and Rhonda Spangler spent the weekend at Mount Vernon visiting with Joy Henke.

Officers of the Paulding County Business and Professional women’s Club are Elaine Gary, president elect; Linda Rice, president; Donna Dimock, recording secretary; Patricia Nicelley, treasurer; and Sharon Bohner, corresponding secretary.

The Mick Boundy Family purchased the Tope Hardware store.

February 4, 1987 ... The Roger Spangler Family of Oakwood and the Larry Thornell Family of Grover Hill have been nominated for the Geat American Family Award.

Air Force Master Sgt. David E. Smith, son of Clare E. and Eunice Smith of Paulding, has been decorated with the Meritorious Service Medal at Randolf Air Force Base, Texas.

Robin Worline of Continental, earned six ribbons at the Professional Photographers of Northwest Ohio’s print competition in Toledo.

Wayne Trace gymnasts Jessica Cox and Kayla Slade recently competed in tri-meets with Coldwater and Delphos St. Johns.

Pupils at Antwerp Elementary are preparing for the PTO talent show. Fifth graders performing will be Andy, Jordan, Tim Panico, Scott Smith, Shane Litzenberg, Kari Babcock, Rachel West, Kari Overmyer, Carolyn Bowers, Heather Whitehouse, Shannon Layton, Christina Branham, Jeremy Miller, Kris Knight, Aaron Grabianowski, Jason Steibling, Kim Menez, Chad Franklin, Jeff Silliman, Mike Hook, Bill Reinhart and Brad Grant.