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&#13 125 Many years Sept. 11, 1896 The Underwood Whip Co. has begun the manufacture

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125 Many years

Sept. 11, 1896

The Underwood Whip Co. has begun the manufacture of a specialty of canes for campaign uses. The canes are made of hickory wooden, covered with gold or silver bronze with a nickel head. The business is also making a specialty of campaign whips.

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Charles Counts retired from the office environment of county surveyor this week soon after a service of six several years. He was succeeded by James E. Hause. John Heiser this 7 days entered on his next time period as county treasurer and Charles C. Johnston entered on his second phrase as county recorder.

100 Several years

Sept. 11, 1921

An inspection excursion lasting 3 times and starting off at the Taylorsville and Lockington dams will be produced on Sept. 19, 20 and 21, by the typical pleas court docket judges of the 9 nations involved in the Miami Conservancy district.

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Efforts to arrange a baseball league between the towns of Lima, Celina, St. Marys, Wapakoneta, Sidney and Troy would seem to be slowing down. Northing new has produced considering that previous week, when administrators of the six teams endorsed the plan of a league and promised to assist in its group.

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The new filling station not too long ago erected on the Ralph Kah property at the corner of Ohio avenue and South street will be completely ready for enterprise Saturday.

75 Decades

Sept. 11, 1946

Acceptance of outside lights in excess of the entrance to the high university setting up from the Soccer Mothers club and a discussion on the crowded situations at Third Ward and Parkwood universities were the highlights of the every month assembly of the Sidney Board of Instruction last evening,

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Rev. Aloysius F. Leon, of Oxford, will be the new priest serving the Sts. Peter and Paul parish at Newport, beginning his obligations there this week. He succeeds the Rev. Otto Herrmann.

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Bob Glick, of Bellefontaine, a native and former resident of Sidney, has approved a position listed here with the J.E. Wells Co.

50 Years

Sept. 11, 1971

MINSTER – Mrs. Dottie Boesel, who is starting off her 16th calendar year as a social research trainer in Minster has been selected as a member of Leaders of American Secondary Education fort 1971. Educators have been chosen for the nationwide honor on the foundation of their experienced and civic achievements.

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MOSCOW – Former Soviet Premier Nikita S. Krushchev died now from a substantial heart assault that struck him at his nation household exactly where he experienced lived in solitude considering the fact that he was ousted from electric power practically seven a long time in the past, family members friends claimed.

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The next member of a Sidney relatives has enrolled at the Salvation Military University for Officers Training in New York Metropolis.

Commencing the two-yr period of time of instruction is Willard Tate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Tate, 317 Jefferson street. His sister Capt. Ann Tate, is assigned to the corps at Franklin, Pa.

25 Yrs

Sept. 11, 1996

WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) – Hurricane Fran stranded hundreds of persons on barrier islands and its remnants flooded Virginia hollows Friday. Extra than a million buyers have been with out ability and at the very least 17 folks were killed.

Rescue personnel struggled in boats, helicopters and navy motor vehicles to achieve all those endangered by flash floods in Virginia, where the floor experienced been saturated by days of rain right before Frank dumped up to 10 much more inches.

“They just waited as well long. When they observed the streams increasing, they really should have gotten out,” explained Leon Rickard, the crisis coordinator in Web site County in northwestern Virginia.

These information things from past concerns of the Sidney Day-to-day News are compiled by the Shelby County Historic Modern society (937-498-1653) as a public provider to the local community. Nearby historical past on the World-wide-web! www.shelbycountyhistory.org

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