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MERCERCOUNTY
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Greater Mercer CountyCommunity Calendar
July 19 -
Wally Post Golf OpenMercer County Elks
July 19 -
Family Night at the MoviesVan Trees Park, Ft. Recovery
July 20 -
Grand Lake Mariners vs Lima-7:15pm - Westview Park
July 20 -
Entertainment at Freedom Amphitheater-7:30pm - St Henry
July 20-22 -
Immaculate Conception ParishFestival - Wayne & Walnut Streets, Celina
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Author Jeremy Wenningof Codwater wi be signingbooks on Juy 27, 2012 from3:00 p.m. unti 9:00 p.m. onMain Street, across fromMarathon in Ceina. Comesupport your oca authors.
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 Anniversar Celebratin f St. Henr,the Missin Club held a quilt shwin the St. Henr Cathlic Churchbasement. Apprximatel 80 riginaland vintage quilts were displaed alngwith varius ther quilted items. Thetreasures were hung in neat rws frmthe ceiling f the much-welcmedair-cnditined space. The md wasfestive and stimulating as ung and ldalike strlled the aisles.Upn immediate entering, the viewwas the handsme quilt made b thecurrent 4
th
grade students f St. Henrelementar schl. The dark blueblcks created b the students werestrategicall psitined, bund b awhite brder, framed in red, and thenseamed and quilted b Drth Schmittf St. Henr. Art teacher, ShellZeller and principle, Sand Stammencrdinated the prject. Jerr Buschurwas the winning bidder f the quilt thatwas auctined ff n Sunda evening.Marge Niekamp, and grandcmmittee f 18, crdinated the quiltshw and irnicall man f the quilts,ld and new, had Drth Schmitt’sname attached t them. She is wellrespected b lcals fr her handwrkand ee fr lveliness.Eleven-ear-ld Janel Stachler, f St.Henr, was adrable in her lng skirteddress, shaw, and sunbnnet hat, as shesat at her framed quilt with threadedneedle in hand. She is the granddaughterf Rita Stachler and daughter f Ted andJan Stachler. Grandma Rita exhibiteda 50 States Quilt that she embridered,pieced and machine quilted. It featuredeach state’s bird and flwer alng withthe utline f each state.Man cntemprar quilters arepurel artistic in their creatins andcnstruct amazing items and cmparingthem t the vintage quilts is perhaps amistake. The vintage quilts utilizedscrapes f fabric frm man uses andmst f them were utilitarian, meaningused fr warmth r as bedspreads.Strategicall placed amng thevintage quilts were several mdernsurprises including a purple and gld quiltmade frm bags that nce held bttlesf Crwn Ral. Dris Rutschillingpieced this quilt that brught smiles tman viewers including mself.Cngratulatins and thank u tthe quilt cmmittee fr an inspiring andmtivating viewing experience.
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1st Row from eft to right: Jay Muhenkamp and Jack Bis.2nd Row from eft to right: David Cervantes, Issac Cervantes,Mike Homan, Adam Sta, and Ben Wenning.3rd Row from eft to right: Mrs. Eieen Weber, Abby Naveau,Kane Kaenberger, Abigai Sta, Nathan Gaerke, and Mr. RonJohnson.
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Harod F. Uhenhake
, age 66, f St. Henr, ohi, died n Wednesda,Jul 11, 2012 at his hme. He wasbrn Nvember 08, 1945 in Celina,ohi t the late Ramnd and Alvina(Hman) Uhlenhake. on Jul 30,1966 he married Jan (Hman) in St.Henr, ohi and she survives in St.Henr.Mass f Christian Burial wasn Saturda, Jul 14, 2012 at St. HenrCathlic Church, St. Henr, ohi, withThmas Hemm, fficiating. Burialfllwed in St. Henr Cemeter, St.Henr ohi. Cndlences ma be leftat hgenkampfh.cm.
Avin D. Kaup
, 83 f Ft. Recver,died Thursda, Jul 12, 2012 at TheGardens in St Henr.He was brnDecember 20, 1928 in St Peter, oH tthe late Jhn Kaup and the late MarCatherine (Knth) Kaup. He marriedAlma (Nieberding) Kaup n Februar6, 1952 in Frt Recver. She precededhim in death. Funeral mass was heldat Mar Help f Christians CathlicChurch, Frt Recver, n Mnda,Jul 16, 2012. Burial tk place atSt Mars Cemeter, Frt Recver.Cntributins can be made t State f the Heart Hspice, Cldwater. onlinecndlences ma be directed t www.brckmanbeckmanfh.cm.
Dorothy Mae Johnsman
,age 89, f Celina passed awa nMnda, Jul 9, 2012 at CelinaManr Nursing Hme. She wasbrn March 14, 1923 in Celina tAndrew and Catherine (Weber)Jhnsman. Funeral mass was heldThursda, Jul 12th at ImmaculateCnceptin Church in Celina. Fr.Kenneth Alt will be fficiating.Burial fllwed at St MarsCemeter in Celina. Memrials canbe made t the charit f the dnr’schice. Cndlences ma be left at:dickandsnshellwarthfh.cm
Craig A. Genger,
age 22,f Celina, ohi, died Saturdamrning Jul 14 after an autaccident near St. Henr, ohi.He was brn Januar 20, 1990 inGreenville, ohi. Craig is survivedb his mther Trac Gengler f Celina, his father Bill & Deb Rssf Greenville and a special friendAm Biersack f Vandalia. FuneralServices will be held 10:30 AM nThursda, Jul 19, 2012 at St. Paul’sUnited Methdist Church, Celina,ohi with Rev. Matt Renlds,fficiating. Friends ma call atthe Hgenkamp Funeral Hme,Cldwater, ohi n Thursda after9:30 am at the church. Cndlencesma be left at hgenkampfh.cm.
Wiiam N. Wof 
, 85, f FrtRecver, died Sunda, Jul 15,2012 at his residence. He wasbrn octber 11, 1926 in Rich-mnd, IN t the late Clarence andGlendla (Hing) Wlf. He mar-ried Margaret “Peg” (Bernard)Wlf n Februar 26, 1949 inSt Henr. She survives. Funeralmass will be held at Mar Helpf Christians Cathlic Church inFrt Recver n Thusda, Jul19, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. with FatherThmas Drn fficiating. Burialwill take place at St Mars Cem-eter in Frt Recver. Callingis 2:00 p.m.-8:00p.m. Wednesdaand 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Thurs-da at Brckman-BeckmanFuneral Hme in Frt Recv-er. Cntributins can be madet State f the Heart Hspice inCldwater. online cndlencesma be directed t www.brck-manbeckmanfh.cm
Michae Wayne Hitte
, 50,f Celina, died Jul 14, 2012, athis hme. He was brn Aug. 22,1961, in Greenville, t Lewis Jr.and Bett Lucille Elsn Hittle.His mther survives in Celina.Als surviving is his fiancee,Beck Springer. Private familservices will be held with the cre-mains t be interred later at Ans-nia Cemeter, There is n publicvisitatin. Lehman-Hgenkamp-Dzendzel Funeral Hme, Celina,has charge f arrangements.
Celestine (Bud)and Dris Hing arebserving their 50wedding anniversarn August 5, 2012,with Mass at 11:00a.m. at St. MichaelCathlic Church,fllwed b a dinnerfr the famil andinvited guests at St.Michael Hall. Anopen Huse will beheld 2-4 p.m.Celestine (Bud)and the frmer DrisMnnin were marriedAugust 4, 1962 atSt. Rem CathlicChurch in Russia,ohi with the Rev.Wlfer fficiating.Walter Hing was best man and Jce (Mnnin) Lambert wasmaid f hnr; Fld Mnnin and Dris (Hing) Prenger andLarr Hing and Phllis (Mnnin) Eilerman were attendants.The receptin was held at Russia Hall.The Hings are the parents f 4 children, listed with theirspuses: Mar Ann (Ken) Barhrst, Frt Lramie; Catherine(Jeff) Clark, Crning, New yrk; Melissa McEldwn,Piqua; Jasn (Am) Hing, Frt Lramie. There are 7grandchildren: Justin, Nathan, Derek, and Jered Barhrst f Frt Lramie; Grace and olivia Clark f Crning, New yrk;Stephan McEldwn r Piqua.Celestine (Bud) Hing is a dair farmer and Dris wrkedat Wright Pattersn Air Frce Base and is a hmemaker.
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July 19, 2012 • Page 3
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Send address changes t:Mercer Cunt Chrnicle, P.o. Bx 105, Cldwater, oH 45828$100 MILLIoNDoLLARS!! Des that sundlike a lt f mne t u?Is it a figure with which uare familiar? If u are likeme then u realize that isa lt f mne t be passingarund. In case u missedit that amunt f mnewill be spent n Televisinadvertising fr the up cmingplitical campaign.I can think f a betterwa t spend that amunt f mne and get a better returnfr m dllar than the electinregardless f wh gets elected.The reall scar thing abutall this is the nes in chargelk at that amunt f mneas being just incidental t there-electin campaign. I’mglad I am nt a plitician! Idn’t think I culd sleep wellat night let alne face mcnstituents and tr t explainthe cnditin f the ecnm.If an f u ut there hasa gd praer fr rain I wuldsuggest u get ver bus withit. Frm the lks f smef the crps, bth beans andcrn, here in Mercer Cuntand surrunding cuntiesit ma be t late all read.There ma be sme hpe frthe bean crp if we can justget sme rain. yu hear allsrts f numbers related tthe success f the crn crps,sme sa 40%, sme sa evenmre is all read lst. Eithernumber is nt gd and ne just hpes mst f the farmershave a gd crp insurance tcver all their lsses. Let’shpe the Gvernment steps inand helps ur farmers here athme instead f sending allthat mne verseas!!That’s M opinin.....What’s yurs??
A Look Back 
Frm the Archives f TheMercer Cunt Chrnicle
10 YEARS AGO (2002)
The Cldwater PicnicAssciatin has apprached thevillage cuncil t determine whwns the Dept in Memrial Parkbecause the want t remdel rreplace the badl deteriratingbuilding. The matter was referedt cuncil’s research cmmittee.on Jul 21, residents f FrtRecver Schl District will jin frces with thusands f cmmunities natinwide fr the19th Annual Natinal Night outcrime and drug preventin event.
25 YEARS AG0 (1987)
The Cldwater ACME baseballteam advanced the the stateturnament as Lu Brunswick’ssquad defeated Celina 7-6 in nineinnings in the District finals.Mercer Cunt native FatherEdgar Jutte wh is serving asa missinar in yauli, Peru,will return t Mercer Cunt inAugust, 1987, t celebrate hissilver jubilee and attend a familreunin.
50 YEARS AGO (1962)
The 2nd Annual CldwaterCmmunit Picnic is slated atMemrial Park n Jul 21 and22, 1962 and will feature a paradefrm Furth and Walnut Streetsand fllw Main Street t thepark.The Wabash CnservancDistrict received seven bids frcnstructin f tw fldwaterretentin structures, ne n FrtCreek suthwest f Frt Recver,and the ther n Middle Ditch inGranville Twnship sutheast f Frt Recver.The Shrine f the Hl Relicsprudl annunce the additin f the Maria Stein Retreat Huse,which will ffer 60 lvel rmswith private baths, spaciuslunges, cl dining rms andtw air cnditined chapels.Dr. R Weber, wh purchasedthe ld Frtman grcer stre inCelina several mnths ag, hasleased the building t the Celinaliqur stre.
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