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Delphos Methodist

August 27, 2014

Pastor Geisler’s welcome and introductory prayer pointed the congregation to focus on the Lord and spiritual matters rather than on worldly things. Verna Davidson shared her insight into the typical focusing on physical matters, rather than on matters of the soul, such as music, natural beauty, and things of the spirit, such as the love and forgiveness of God, […]

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Ada News

August 27, 2014

By Hazel Van Meter I wonder what Sept. will bring as August has been a windblown, hot month. My dad always talked about the “Dog Days” of August. I was a typical kid and it seemed to me that the dogs were just the same! Mike Miller repaired the Rosewood memorial clock (Edna Wesley’s memorial) […]

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Delphos Museum

August 27, 2014

The Delphos Museum meeting was held Aug. 21. Attending were President Greg Berndt, Raymond Pachta, Roger Yager, and Marjorie and Bob Klein. Kayla Paige was a guest and gave a wrapup of her daughter Katie Paige’s activities as museum curator for the summer months included 82 members visited the museum over Alumni and Memorial Day […]

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Delphos News

August 27, 2014

Dee Kiser of Delphos became the proud great-grandmother of Maycee Lynn Bolt, born August 21, 2014 to Tyler and Lisa Bolt of Logan. Maycee is the granddaughter of Randy and Jean Kiser, Logan. Maycee weighed seven pounds, nine ounces and was 20 inches long. She was welcomed home by her sister, Kaylee, and brother Brysen.

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Living Cornerstone

August 27, 2014

In this week’s adult service the children from Children’s church sang one of their favorite songs, “The Fruit of the Spirit.” The children shared what they had learned this summer about the miracles of Jesus. The memory verse was Acts 10:38, “How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who […]

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Delphos Presbyterian

August 27, 2014

Pastor Michele McHenry was welcomed back to the pulpit after a two week vacation in Alaska. PW workday is at 10 a.m. on Sept. 3 in the church basement. Virginia Hurtig will be hostess for the potluck at noon. Marjorie Klein will have “Cheer Cards” ready to write notes to those unable to attend due […]

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Wells News

August 27, 2014

By Donna Adee and Polly Pearce These Sunday night storms are dangerous. The steady flash lightning on the 17th with very strong wind didn’t do much damage at the Adee farm but the Charles Atkinson farm had a microburst that brought the Bollier’s shed into their yard and took out the electricity. The sudden very […]

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Golden Wheel News

August 27, 2014

Menu: 8/28 sweet & sour chicken; 8/29 hamburger tater tot casserole; 9/1 Labor Day, closed; 9/2 hot dog on a bun; 9/3 roast beef.  Dine this fall at the Golden Wheel Senior Center.  Call 392-3338 to reserve a meal for dine-in, carry-out or delivery.

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Salt Creek News

August 27, 2014

By Mary Lott Mary Lott and Vickie Dickerman visited Ilene and Shelby Mullen on Wednesday afternoon. Thursday, Mary and Vickie went to the home of Betty Dickerman to visit and enjoy a dip in the pool. On Saturday, Vickie returned to her home in Kansas City, MO. Glen and Mary Lott went to Dontay Weishaupl’s […]

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Around the County

August 27, 2014

By Karen Brumbaugh The Quarterly Elected/Appointed Officials meeting was held August 20 at the United Methodist Church in Culver. The quarterly meetings are held in a different town each quarter, so the public is able to attend. The purpose of the meetings is to discuss what is going on in and around Ottawa County. The […]

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