|It Was News Then|
|Wednesday, January 16, 2013 3:42 PM|
One Year Ago
• Catholic Daughters of Americas held its regular meeting at the Knights of Columbus hall with a jitney auction. Mary J. Menke, regent, reminded members of the upcoming CDA state convention to be held in April in Toledo. Delegates and alternates were elected as follows: Mary J. Menke, regent; Veronica Luersman, first vice regent; and Mary Young, renewal chairman; and alternates Kathy Shaw, Kay Dannhausen and Darlene Pohlman.
• Elida Future Farmers of America members Tony Rode, Matt Nusbaum and Bret Blymyer took part in district four co-op test at Liberty Benton High School. The contest consists of a written test covering the knowledge and operation of agricultural co-ops. The team placed second out of nine teams and will advance to state competition March 12 at Ohio State University.
• A Delphos team took over the leadership of the 25th annual Lima District Women’s Bowling Tournament in its second weekend at Westgate Lanes. The local team of Agnes Swick, Jenny Gasser, Dorothy Smith, Eda Kohls and Alma Good, pushed two pins past the Milano Club, which had taken over first in the first shift Saturday.
• More than 50 women members of the Delphos Country Club and their guests, attended the special ladies day luncheon and card party held Tuesday afternoon at the clubhouse. The door prize, a lovely floral arrangement, was awarded to Mrs. Hubert Calvelage and prizes in cards went to Mrs. Frank Spieles, Mrs. Henry Fettig, Mrs. Robert Liggett, Mrs. Robert Rozelle and Mrs. Tom Jones.
• Emma Kohl, East Jackson Street, was hostess to the members of the Fortnite Pals Club at her home Friday evening. Mrs. George Laudick was high in five-hundred, Mrs. P. R. Thines, second, and Mrs. George Bertling, third. In two weeks, the club will meet with Mrs. William Brandehoff, South Pierce Street.
• According to all indications, the 1937-38 Varsity representation of the Ottoville High School should more than live up to past records chalked up by Ottoville quintets. Their record at the present time stands at eight wins and two losses. Friday night, the Varsity cagers veritably swamped Miller City by a 47-10 count.