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125 A long time

June 16, 1896

The yearly report of very important stats of the county for the fiscal yr ending March 31 was completed this week. It demonstrates the amount of deaths in the course of that time period was 237. The variety of births recorded was 550 and the range of marriages 226. There have been 71 estates administered upon and 30 wills probated. Two refractory boys were despatched to the reform faculty at Lancaster and six unfortunates despatched to the crazy asylum at Dayton.

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Attendance at the races yesterday afternoon was significantly more substantial than the past day and was also a lot more substantial than any working day previous 12 months. The attendance this afternoon, which is the past working day, is extremely massive.

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John W. Steil, who was in the furniture enterprise a few several years ago engaged below, has purchased the harness store of W.F. Amend and Co., on North Miami avenue, and taken possession. Jacob Amend expects to leave in a few days for Seattle, Washington.

100 Yrs

June 16, 1921

A assembly of close by people to the North Point park, at the fork of Ohio and Wapakoneta avenues, was held at the park past night and programs talked about for cleansing up and beautifying the park by individuals in the vicinity. The issue was provided to the city by B.P Wagner about a calendar year ago. A North Issue Park club was formed, with Karl F. Young, president Clem Fogt, secretary, and George P. Hanaford, treasurer.

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An estimated harm of $10,000 was finished to the dam at Lockington final 7 days, when water washed via the retaining wall and prompted a substantial cave-in. Function at changing the embankment is underway and should really be finished inside of a few times.

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A reunion of all previous Sidney residents and all those people who when named Shelby county household and now residing in the Cleveland space, will be held at Edgewater park there on June 25. There are about 200 former citizens in the Cleveland region.

75 A long time

June 16, 1946

Recreation officials explained nowadays that curiosity in the new metropolis swimming pool is evidenced by the fact that throughout the 1st 5 days the pool was open a complete of 978 kids utilised the facilities. With two additional times to go it appeared the purpose of 1,200 swimmers for every week would be conveniently attained.

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The supervisors of the Shelby County Soil Conservation district manufactured a tour of the county Thursday to research the soil kinds, erosion and drainage troubles. Supervisors who created the research with two state officers had been: E.G.F. Heintz, chairman Raymond Buehler, W.E. Baumgardner, Edwin Pfaadt, Carl Davidson, and R.W. Munger.

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Announcement was built right now that Carl E. Younger, of around Maplewood, has productively passed the Ohio assessment as a serious estate salesman and will be connected with George E. Robertson in the genuine estate company in Sidney.

50 Several years

JUNE 16, 1971

Brentlinger-Stewart Realty Corporation, 308 North Ohio road, in Sidney, announces the association of Daniel J. Counts with the agency as a accredited true estate salesman.

The new salesman has been related with Pangles’ Learn Market here as a meat cutter for the past 6 decades. He is a graduate of Anna substantial university and an energetic member of St. John’s Lutheran Church.

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L. E. Bauer, Shelby County Probate-Juvenile Court docket judge, received the big prize – a 1971 Buick Skylark – at the Once-a-year Holy Angels Parish picnic Saturday evening at the fairgrounds.

25 Several years

June 16, 1996

A Chinese cafe is scheduled to open up in downtown Sidney at the end of July or early August.

The former spot of The White Entrance at 113 S. Ohio Ave. has been leased and is staying reworked for and genuine Chinese cafe.

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NEW KNOXVILLE-Alice Kuck has ended a job as organist at Initial United Methodist Church that spanned approximately seven many years.

Mrs. Kuck began her job at the age of 9 when she began playing the reed organ through Sunday college. A yr afterwards she began instructing audio and by the age of 13, she had graduated to participating in organ in church.

These information goods from earlier challenges of the Sidney Day-to-day News are compiled by the Shelby County Historical Society (937-498-1653) as a community support to the neighborhood. Area history on the World wide web! www.shelbycountyhistory.org