125 a long time
April 6, 1897
The Unity Club fulfilled at Mrs. Reddish’s yesterday afternoon and experienced Overlook Clara Conklin with them. She gave an hour’s converse on Shakespeare and his writings. Getting visited his birthplace in the course of her vacation abroad and obtaining built a study of his writings, Overlook Conklin’s discuss was equally entertaining and instructive.
The city election passed off pretty quietly today, even though there was appreciable interest manifested. Indications ended up that the women of all ages ended up not having much fascination in voting for the faculty board.
Dr. J.A. Throckmorton will go to Lexington, Kentucky tomorrow to show up at the horse sale.
100 a long time
April 6, 1922
Emerson Deam, the Overland and Willys Knight dealer, has his new quarters in the new garage on South Main Avenue properly fitted up for the screen of his vehicles. His space is just south of the entrance to the Knupp garage.
Ten passenger vehicles of new and modern-day structure will be put in operation on the Western Ohio electric powered railway within just the subsequent number of months. The new autos are to be of all steel building. They will be lighter than the exiting automobiles but will have the exact same seating capacity as those people now in use.
B.D. Heck was put in as exalted ruler of the Sidney Lodge of Elks at their conference last evening. C.A. Blust was installed as foremost knight H.M. Dickensheets, faithful knight Dr. William Shea, lecturing knight Dr. V.C. Bedford, secretary, and Otto Berger, treasurer.
April 6, 1947
George Brown, recently elected commander of the Shelby County Memorial publish, Veterans of Overseas Wars, will be formally installed during particular ceremonies to be held Tuesday night in the VFW rooms in the Monumental constructing. Publish Commander Joe Raterman will conduct the installation.
3 Sidney voice pupils of Sonya Rozanne Watson will be listened to in a application to be broadcast above WHIO radio Saturday afternoon. They are: Misses Gwendolyn Gray, Doris Gross, and Vallery Glasier. They will be accompanied by Mrs. George Smaller.
At the corporation conference of the Monarch Equipment Instrument Co. board of directors yesterday, Wendell E. Whipp, president of the organization since 1931, was elected chairman of the board, and Jerome A. Raterman, previously govt vice president, was named president. D.H. McKellar was re-elected vice president, and F.C. Uninteresting, treasurer.
50 many years
April 6, 1972
DAYTON – A sixth grader from Kettlersville and an eighth grader from Russia grew to become champion spellers for Auglaize-Shelby counties in a match Tuesday night time at the Salem Mall. Winner of the elementary match was Connie Kies, 12 of Kettlersville. Winner of the junior high amount match was Elaine Grillot, 14, of Russia.
Mrs. Wayne Miller will serve as president for the coming club yr for the Soroptimist Club.
25 several years
April 6, 1997
Photograph – Bill Painter and Wilburn Bradford set up a new indicator at Revolutionary Distributor Group Inc. on Ross Generate in Sidney. IDG is the new identify of the firm previously recognised as Hayes Equipment. Hayes established a department in Sidney in 1967. The corporation is a distributor of industrial applications.
Dan Heitmeyer, a Sidney indigenous, has been appointed as a industrial companies officer at Minster Condition Lender. He commenced his banking vocation in 1983 and has held positions in quite a few nearby economical establishments.
Image-Dottie Hampton, shop supervisor, neatly shelves the items at the most recent place for the world’s premier distributor of elegance provides – Sally’s Beauty Materials. The keep formally opened Tuesday at 2170 W. Michigan St. following to Mail Boxes Etcetera. in the Kroger grocery store complicated.
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