|From the Archives Nov. 27, 2013|
|Tuesday, November 26, 2013 9:11 PM|
One Year Ago
SAFY (Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth) recently teamed up with Shear Brillance Salon to raise money for The Rapunzel Project. For every $5 donation, staff had a chance to win cancer awareness prizes. Participating in the donations were Kathy Reinsel, Jane Breggeman, Kelly Hackworth, Peggy Grothause, Sherry Bockey and Jenni Verhoff.
25 Years Ago – 1988
Linda Buzard and Lucille Brinkman set up their craft display for the third annual Christmas craft celebration Saturday at Franklin Elementary School. The craft show is sponsored by First Assembly of God Church Youth Group. Deb Boshela is coordinator of the event. The church will be having a refreshment stand with sandwiches and a bake sale stand. Proceeds go to the church’s youth group.
Five FFA chapters participated in the 1989 contest in which the proper use of motions and other parliamentary skills were demonstrated. Lincolnview was one of two receiving a gold rating. Members of the team were Jason Ropp, David Kemler, Jay Evans, Chad Overholt, Craig Ringwald, Bill Lehman, Andy Wannamaker, Matt Fisher, Mark Roediger, Jason Schaffner, Chuck Stephenson and student advisor Ben Etgen.
In a fast-paced game that featured some hot shooting by both the 1988-89 Blue Jay varsity and the young Old-timers, the varsity came away with a hard earned 44-38 victory. Scoring slowed down in the last period as Larry Geise opened scoring followed by a tip-in by 1982 graduate Alan Kortokrax and a shot by his teammate Ron Schomaeker. The varsity came back with some baskets by Curt Mager and Doug Etgen. The varsity pulled ahead in the last minute as the Old-timers were forced to foul in an effort to get the ball.
50 Years Ago – 1963
Kiwanian president Gene Hayes presided at the meeting of the club held Tuesday evening at the House of Vogts. Harry Crede led the club singing and introduced the speaker of the evening, Anthony P. Shield of Lima.
The third and last of the series of talks on Selling America, will be given next Monday at the Kiwanis dinner meeting. The Delphos Green Thumb Garden Club will hold its annual Flower Show Dec. 6-7 at the Delphos Public Library, with exhibits accepted from anyone wishing to display Christmas arrangements. “Everywhere, Everywhere Christmas” will be the theme of the 1963 show. Mrs. Leslie Peltier, Mrs. Richard Stipich and Mrs. Ellsworth Staup will serve as general chairmen.
Sheeter Motor Sales has added two new salesmen to its staff recently. One is 25-year-old John Sheeter, who has just returned from a two-year Army service period. The second salesman is Richard Wulfhorst, who is Delphos’ mayor. Sheeter served at Fort Knox for five months, moved to Ft. Sill, Okla., for 15 months and closed out his term at White Sands Missile range.
75 Years Ago – 1938
Friday marked the formal opening of the Christmas shopping season in Delphos. Through the efforts of the Delphos Civic Club, Santa Claus was brought to Delphos Friday afternoon. He arrived by bus and met the children at the corner of Third and Main streets. The Delphos Jefferson High School band played a number of selections before the arrival of the bus.
A handsome monument, honoring the memory of Com. Zachary Lanadowne and 13 members of his crew who were killed in 1925 in the crash of the U. S. Navy dirigible Shenandoah, has been completed in Ada. The town is the municipality nearest the spot when the main section of the airship crumpled and fell. The project was financed with an appropriation by Congress.
The annual roll call will take place Tuesday evening at the weekly meeting of the local temple of Pythian Sisters to be conducted in Castle Hall. A covered-dish luncheon will be served. The following are on the committee for this meeting: Mrs. Lehman Coil, chairman; Mrs. Howard Irick, Mrs. Charles Judkins, Alba Burgess and Mrs. Alonzo Rice.