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MERCERCOUNTY
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Greater Mercer CountyCommunity Calendar
October 13
- UHOH Sprintacular - Eldora Speedway
October 13
- Ft RecoveryMerchants Car Cruise-In.Downtown Ft Recovery
October 16
- Mercer Health CountyDrive Thru Flu Clinic-Mercer CountyFairgrounds
October 19-20
- Fall Rummage Sale-Celina First Presbyterian Church
October 21
- Ft Recovery’s One-of-a-Kind Auction- Doors open at 5- FRElementary/Middle School Auditeria
October 25 -
MC Cancer  Association’s “Patty’s Night Out”-Celina K of C
Otober 26-28-
Inaugural Blue Collar Bash -Eldora Speedway
October 28
-Annual Antique Military& Gun Exhibit 1:00-4:00pm -Mercer County Historical Museum
October 28
-Halloween Parade &Trick or Treat-Celina
October 28
-Halloween Parade &Trick or Treat -Ft Recovery
** If you would like to have your event posted in the Greater Mercer County Community Calendar,e-mail your information, at least 4weeks prior to event, to mercer-countychronicle@bright.net.**
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Call it serendipity,coincidence or luck; here isproof we live in a small world.While vacationing in Newport,Road Island I enjoyed adelicious cup of coffee inthe hotel lobby, and after asecond cup, I was hooked.The hostess told me that itwas made by Newport CoffeeTraders and she graciouslysent me home with severalpackages. Google helpedme find the address to ordermy own supply, and low andbehold, I was very surprised tolearn it was a Coldwater, Ohioaddress! That is right, ourown Intercontinental Coffeeon North Seventh Street inColdwater. I now purchasemy favorite Cliff Walk, a darkroast that satisfies my morningcoffee obsession, right here athome.I am greeted at the doorwith a warm welcome eventhough I only purchase onebox of 24 packages at a time,guaranteeing that I will alwayshave the freshest of coffee.Each package makes 8-10cups of my morning Joe.Local resident, DaleDroesch started the companyin 1969 as a family businessin his Walnut Street garagebefore moving to the SeventhStreet address. They have beenserving the coffee industryfor the last 40 years withthe continuing goal of GreatService and Quality Products.His son, Darrin Droesch, tookover the day-to-day operationsof the business in 1999. Daleis now retired but still checksin to see how things are goingand visits with the boys. Thecompany provides work foraround 12 employees includingthree of the Droesch sons.Over the years, they havegrown into more than justOffice Coffee. They offercappuccino, single cup, watercoolers and filters, specialtycoffees and a full line of AlliedProducts. As they grew, theystrived to know their customersand their goal is still to givethem the best service possiblewith no long-term contracts.Mr. Droesch en-thusiastically talks aboutstarting his business and thecommitment to hard workthat he, his wife, Dolores,and their family put into theirentrepreneur labors. I callthis an example of the highwork ethic of Mercer Countyresidents. Mr. Droesch relatedto me a quote he enjoys and I,the coffee lover, would like toagree, “Coffee drinkers makebetter thinkers.”
Small World, Big Surprise
The 38
th
annal MidwestOhio Marching BandCompetition will be heldon Satrda, October 13
th
atMarion Local Booster Field inMaria Stein Ohio. This com-petition will featre 8 highschool marching bands. Comeot and show or spport for
these ne high school bands.
The competition will begin at5:00pm with gates opening at3:30pm. Concessions will beavailable for o to enjo!!Spend an evening enjoingthe msic.
38th annal Midwest Ohio Marching Bandcompetition schedled for October 13
Aditions are beingsoght for the sixth annalOhio Has Talent!
 
show inVan Wert, Oh., featringarea and statewide actscompeting for cash prizes.Aditions will be heldNov. 2
nd
and 3
rd
to select the18 acts that will perform inthe Feb. 9, 2013 show atthe Niswonger PerformingArts Center in Van Wert.Adition applications arede Oct. 26 and are postedat www.comhealthpro.org/Ohio_has_Talent.php.Winners from theshow will be awardedprizes of: $500-firstplace, $250-second place,$100-third place based onadience votes.Proceeds from the showwill benefit a nonprofithospice. For moreinformation contact KimMason at 419-238-0200.
Aditions soght forOhio Has Talent
A Diva Event will be held on Thrsda, October 18th, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at New Bremen Coffee Co. & Books, Inc. Moms and children will bemaking Christmas ornaments with Pigg Prints Potter. Moms will also get a chair or foot massage from New Bremen Massage therapists and a paraffintreatment from Hair Hose techs, all for $18. For $5 each, children ages 3 and p will be treated to a Halloween stor time and craft. All will have snacks.The cost for ornaments, which can be viewed at each participating bsiness, is $20 each. Arrangements shold be made for onger children to be pickedp after the printing of ornaments, which will be read to give as Christmas presents! Please stop in at Tops Trv Tos to check ot the available orna-ments and reserve or spot before October 11th! This event is open to a limited nmber of participants.
New Bremen Coffee Co. & Books Diva event schedled
 
THE MERCER COuNTy CHRONICLE
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October 11, 2012
area obituaries
Thelma Katherine Mal-lory
, age 80, of Celina, Ohiopassed awa at 4:45a.m. onOct. 7, 2012 at the Celina Man-or Nrsing Home in Celina.She was born on April 23, 1932in San Bernadino, CA to thelate Walter Marian & Mamie
Cathern (Campeld) Jones.
On April 3, 1953 she marriedJames Cecil Mallor, who diedNov. 24, 2008. Fneral servic-es will be held at 10:30a.m. onThrsda Oct. 11, 2012 at theLehman-Hogenkamp-Dzend-zel Fneral Home in Celina,with Pastor Matt Renolds
ofciating. Burial will follow
in North Grove Cemeter inCelina. Friends ma call from2-4 & 6-8p.m. on WednesdaOct. 10, 2012 and 1 Hor be-fore services on Thrsda atthe Fneral Home. Memorialcontribtions ma be made tothe St. Pal’s united MethodistChrch in Celina or the Arthri-tis Fondation. Condolencesma be made at LHDfneral-home.com.
Deborah Ann Hisey
, age59, of Celina, died Frida, Oc-tober 5, 2012 at Celina ManorNrsing Home. She was bornAgst 23, 1953, in Celina,to the late Frank E. & Wanda
Lucille (Woods) Hisey. Ser
-vices will be held at 4:30 p.m.on Snda, October 14 at W.H.Dick & Sons-Hellwarth F-neral Home in Celina. Pastor
Randy Christian will ofciate.
Brial will be in Swamp Col-lege Cemeter, Celina. Callinghors will be 2:00 to 4:30 p.m.on Snda, October 14 at thefneral home. Memorials mabe made to The Lord’s Chrch.
Clara Mary Adams
, age98, of Celina, passed awa onThrsda, October 4, 2012 ather daghter’s residence. Shewas born Febrar 11, 1914 inOsgood to Joseph Elking and
Anna (Leugers) Elking Miller.She married Rolland P. (Pete)
Adams on November 25, 1935.He died Ma 20, 1971. FneralMass was held on October9th at Immacalte ConceptionChrch with Fr Kenneth Alt of-
ciating. Burial was at Swamp
College Cemeter, Celina. Me-morials can be made to Com-mnit Health Professionals of Celina.
Elizabeth June McCall
,age 86, of Coldwater, passedawa Satrda, October 6,2012, at Briarwood VillageNrsing Home in Coldwa-ter. She was born on Jne 6,1926 in Btler Township tothe late Frank A. and The-
resa A. (Kastner) Beeson.
She is srvived b her hs-band of 68 ears, CharlesR. McCall of Coldwater. AMemorial Mass of ChristianBrial will be held at 10:30a.m. on Satrda, October13, 2012 at the Hol Trin-it Chrch in Coldwater.Fr. Richard W. Walling will
be ofciating. Burial will
be at a later date in DatonMemorial Park Cemeterin Vandalia. Memorialsma be made to State of the Heart Home Health &Hospice or the Hol TrinitCatholic Chrch Services atBriarwood Village in Cold-water. Friends ma gatherat the Hol Trinit Chrch1 hor before services. Leh-man-Hogenkamp-DzendzelFneral Home in Celinais handling arrangements.Condolences ma be madeat LHDfneralhome.com.
Leah M. Wendel
, 83,of Berne, Indiana, formerlof Chattanooga, Ohio, diedat 1:07 p.m. on Satrda,October 6, 2012, at TheChalet Village in Berne,Indiana. She was born inOhio Cit, Ohio on Novem-ber 25, 1928, the daghterof Win and Mollie (Mot-
tinger) Rickard. On March
26, 1950, she married JohnL. Wendel, who precededin death on December 31,1992. Services will be heldon Frida, October 12, 2012,at 11:00 a.m. at Ketcham-Riple Fneral Home, inRockford, Ohio.Brial willbe in St. Pal’s unitedChrch of Christ Cemeter,Rockford, Ohio. Friendsma call at Ketcham-RipleFneral Home in Rockford,on Thrsda from 5-8 p.m.,and on Frida, one hor pri-or to the service. Memori-als ma be directed to theAmerican Diabetes Associ-ation. Condolences ma beleft at ketchamriple.com.
Judith F. Steinbrunner
, age66, of Ft. Recovery, Ohio, diedat 5:30 AM on Monday, Octo-ber 08, 2012 at Briarwood Vil-lage, Coldwater, Ohio. She wasborn January 22, 1946 in MercerCounty, Ohio to the late Clar-ence Steinbrunner and Cathe-
rine (Fullenkamp) Steinbrunner,
who survives in Ft. Recovery.Mass of Christian Burial will beheld at 10:30 AM on Thursday,October 11, 2012 at St. JosephCatholic Church, St. Joseph,Ohio with Fr. Thomas Dorn, of-
ciating. Burial will follow in St.
Joseph Cemetery. Friends maycall at the Hogenkamp FuneralHome-St. Henry on Wednesdayfrom 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM andon Thursday from 9:00 AM to10:00 AM. Condolences may beleft at hogenkampfh.com.
Robert Evans
, age 85,passed awa, srronded bfamil, on Frida, September 28,2012 at the home of his nephewand niece, Robert M. and KarenV. Evans in Celina. He was bornin Wellston, OH to Robert W.
and Catherine (Durkin) Evans
on Febrar 27, 1927. He is pre-deceased b his parents, siblingsThomas W. Evans and Rth Ann
(Evans) Connell and his wife of 61 years, Alice (Castles) Evans.
He served in the Nav dringWorld War II. He worked in theFederal Prison Sstem for 25ears. He enjoed hnting and
shing. Robert donated his body
to science throgh HmanitGifts at The universit of Tole-do. There will be no pblic ser-vice. Condolences ma be madeat LHDfneralhome.com.
Ed and Sand Gibbons of Fairborn, OH annoncethe engagement and approaching marriage of theirdaghter, Megan Elizabeth, to Keith Joseph Hoing,son of Joe and Mar Hoing, Coldwater.The bride-elect is a 2001 gradate of Fairborn HighSchool. She gradated in Jne, 2009 from SInclairCommnit College with an associate’s degree innrsing and gradated in November, 2010 from WrightState universit with a bachelor’s degree in nrsing.She is crrentl emploed b Daton Children’s, inDaton as a registered nrse.The prospective groom is a 2002 gradate of Coldwater High School. He gradated from Ball Stateuniversit in Ma, 2006, with a bachelor’s degreein criminolog and a minor in political science. Hegradated from the universit of Phoenix with anMBA in September, 2009. He is crrentl emploed bthe National Geospatial Intelligence Agenc nder theDepartment of Defense at Wright Patterson Air ForceBase in Daton.The cople is planning an October 20, 2012 wedding at Romer’s in Celina.
Gibbons/Hoying Engagement Moorman/Durrant Engagement 
Keith Moorman of Abrn, WA and HeatherDrrant of Renton, WA, annonce their plans tomarr on October 20, 2012 at First EvangelicalPresbterian Chrch, Kent, Washington.The bride-elect is the daghter of Tomand Se Drrant, Renton, WA. She is a 2002gradate of Central Washington universit,with a degree in Sociolog and served withCamps Crsade for Christ while attendingseminar.The prospective groom is the son of Terrand Carol Moorman, Celina. He is a 2005gradate of Findla universit with a bachelorof arts in religios std and a 2007 gradateof Winebrenner Seminar. He is on the pastoralstaff at Neighborhood Chapel, Abrn.The cople will together be serving inchrch ministr.
Zahn 45th Anniversary 
Richard Jr & Jean Zahn, Celina,will celebrate their 45th weddinganniversar with famil on October 21,2012, with an 8:00 a.m. Mass at OrLad of Gadalpe Catholic Chrchin Montezma. Richard Zahn, Jr andthe former Jean Geier were marriedOctober 23, 1967, at Hol TrinitCatholic Chrch in Coldwater, bthe Rev. Kenneth Bbb. The are theparents of two children, listed withtheir sposes. Robert & Nicole Zahnand Richard III & Sarah Zahn, all of Coldwater. The have 5 grandchildren,Sophia, twins Nicholas and Isabella,Dana and Lanna.
area births
James and Jamie
(Schmitmeyer) Giere, of 
Maria Stein, announced thebirth of their son, VictorJoseph Giere on Septemeber 1,2012 at 12:14 a.m. at MercerHealth Hospital. He weighed 8pounds and 5 1/2 ounces andwas 20 inches long.Maternal grandparents areMark and Julie Schmitmeyer.Paternal grandparents areJoseph and Marjorie Giere.Maternal great grandparentsare Luke and MildredSchmitmeyer and the lateMr and Mrs RaymondSchmitmeyer. Paternal greatgrandparents are Ed andJeannette Giere and the lateMr and Mrs Paul Rosenbeck.
 
THE MERCER COuNTy CHRONICLE
October 11, 2012 • Page 3
MERCER COUNTYCHRONICLE
Vol. 115 No. 40uSPS 339-15560
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The Mercer ContChronicle is pblishedThrsdas at 124 W. MainSt., Coldwater, Ohio bMercer Cont Pblica-tions, Inc.Entered in the post officein Coldwater, Ohio 45828as Periodicals, postage paidat Coldwater, Ohio.Available b mail in Mer-cer, Aglaize, Darke, Ja orVan Wert Cont, $36 perear. Otside these conties,$45 per ear.Kami Phlipot, General
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A Look Back 
From the Archives of theMercer Cont Chronicle
10 YEARS AGO (2002)
Actor Ernie Charles,whose real name is ErnieDicke of Mercer Cont, re-trned as the 1986 4-H Kingto help celebrate the 100thanniversar of 4-H dringNational 4-H Week.Wright State-Lake Cam-ps and Vantage CareerCenter will work togetherto provide training and bsi-ness development skills tobsinesses and indstries inor five cont area.
25 YEARS AGO (1987)
The village of Rockfordwill hold a grand opening of its new $1,250,000 waste-water treatment plant facil-it on October 24, accordingto Maor Egene Steiner.The New Bremen Cardi-nals defeated St. Henr 27-13 to be the onl ndefeatedfootball team remaining inthe MAC after having plaedsix games this season.
50 YEARS AGO (1962)
Open Hose will be heldat the new commnit col-lege on Soth Main Streetin Celina on October 21.The college, taght b OhioNorthern universit fac-lt, opened its doors to 286stdents on September 10,1962.
Cold enogh foro?? Sre is for me. Ihate to think what thiswinter is going to be liketemperatre wise. Let’shope it will be a carboncop of last winter. I gessI sholdn’t wish for nosnow as the farmers willneed that moistre comenext spring at plantingtime. I gess o can’thave it both was. In theend we will take what theGood Lord gives s andlike it or not.Football is starting toheat p and o had betterget ot there next Fridanight and root the hometeam to a victor. It isgood to see Celina witha winner this ear. Thehave had some bad earsand were abot de for agood season. Lets hopethe make the plaoffs andgo all the wa to state.If o caght thePresidential debates osrel got or monesworth as it was interestingto listen to both of thosegs and then tr to makep or mind jst how oare going to vote. I think Iam prett well set at leastI hope so. It is going tobe ver interesting comeNovember. I hate tothink how mch monehas been spent on thiselection. I sre cold ptall that mone to somegood ses bt not on theelection. See o all nextweek.That’s M Opinion........What’s yors??
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