She was a member of St. JohnLutheran Church, Briceton,and was previously employed by Paulding County Title of-fice and the Paulding CountyHealth Department, retiringin 1989.She is survived by her hus- band, Ray Hartwig, Havi-land; three daughters, Debra(Dr. Larry) Tope and Karen(Lee) Bakle, both of Pauld-ing, and Julie (Spencer)Beckman, Haviland; eightgrandchildren, Ashley Tope,Kayla (Joel) Miller, RemyTope, Dylan Flint, BrettBeckman, Rachael Fisher,Stacy Flint and Jadyn Flint;and a great-granddaughter,Olivia Miller.She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother,Harry E. McAdams.Funeral services were con-ducted Tuesday, July 23 at St.John Evangelical LutheranChurch, Briceton, with theRev. Karen Stetins officiat-ing. Burial was in Blue Creek Cemetery, Haviland DenHerder Funeral Home was incharge of arrangements.In lieu of flowers, the fam-ily requests donations madeto St. John Lutheran Church.Online condolences may besent to www.denherderfh.com.
VAN WERT – Joan Eddy,85, of Van Wert, died at 1:03a.m. Friday, July 19 at VanWert Inpatient Hospice Cen-ter, Van Wert.
JANICE SHAFFER 1930-2013
ANTWERP – Janice Shaf-fer, 82, of Antwerp, passedaway Saturday, July 20 at TheGardens of Paulding.Janicewas bornin Antwerpon Nov. 4,1930, adaughter of the lateHazel(Ehrhart) and Fred Major.She was a secretary to the su- perintendent at AntwerpLocal School, retiring in1978, and co-owner of Shaf-fer Hardware for 18 years; amember of First PresbyterianChurch of Antwerp, the East-ern Star and her book club.She was united in marriage in1951 to Fred Shaffer.Janice will be sadly missed by her husband, Fred; son,Randy (Lynn) of Antwerp;daughter, Denise (Gary) Mol-nar of Springfield; and four grandchildren.Services were held Tues-day, July 23 at Dooley Fu-neral Home, Antwerp. Shewas laid to rest at BethelCemetery.Memorials are to thechurch.Condolences and fond mem-ories may be shared atwww.dooleyfuneralhome.com.
VAN WERT – Lillian Es-ther Pea, age 95, died Thurs-day, July 4.
ARTHUR PHILLIPS JR.1934-2013
LIMA – Arthur “Art”“Poppy” “Uncle June”Phillips Jr., 78, died at 10:43a.m. Saturday, July 13 at hisresidence in Lima.Arthur was bornon Dec. 5,1934, inPaulding,to Arthur Sr. andAnna Eliz-abeth (Bass) Phillips, both aredeceased. Mr. Phillips firstmarried Jeanine K. Williams,on Nov. 9, 1962, in Lima. Shedied March 20, 1992. He thenmarried Clemmie A. Glover on Feb. 14, 1996, in LasVegas. She survives in Lima.Mr. Phillips graduated fromGrover Hill High School in1953. He had served as a ser-geant in the U.S. Army fromMarch 25, 1953 till Sept. 25,1957 with the 7th Division,73rd TK BN during the Ko-rean Conflict. He worked for the Ford Motor CompanyLima Engine Plant as a qual-ity control inspector for 30years, three months, retiringon Jan. 1, 1990. He belongedto Philippian MissionaryBaptist Church, Lima. Hewas a member of the Veteransof Foreign Wars #9289 in St.Marys and the American Le-gion #0888 in Indianapolis.He is survived by: twosons, Arthur E. Phillips of Lima and Ronald A. Phillipsof Hartford City, Ind.; twodaughters, Shellie E. Brownand Donna J. Phillips, both of Lima; four stepsons, CharlesE. Glover and Richard L.Glover, both of Columbus,Sean E. Glover of St. Marysand Melvin E. (Kimberly)Glover of Atlanta; a brother,James L. (Gertrude) Phillipsof Lima; a sister, Marlyn F.Miles of Columbus; 22grandchildren; and sevengreat-grandchildren.He was preceded in deathby three brothers, Herbert,Alvin and William Phillips;and six sisters, ThelmaMines, Pauline Young,Juanita Greenwade, MaryMiddlebrook, Rosann Dentand Marva Young.A funeral service was heldSaturday, July 20 at Cham-berlain-Huckeriede FuneralHome in Lima with Pastor Larry Tinker officiating. Mil-itary honors were conductedby Veterans of Foreign WarsPost #9289, St. Marys. Inter-ment will be in Little MiddleCreek Cemetery, WashingtonTownship, Paulding, County,at a later date.Memorial contributionsmay be made to AmericanCancer Society, 740 Com-merce Drive,, Suite B, Per-rysburg, OH 43551.Condolences may be ex-pressed at www.chamberlain-huckeriede.com.
PAULDING – George G.Kelly, age 77, died Monday,July 15 at The Gardens of Paulding, Paulding.He was born Oct. 19, 1935in Frampton, Quebec,Canada, the son of John andMary (Audet) Kelly. On June18, 1966, he married HelenR. Phlipot, who preceded himin death on Sept. 16, 2012.He was born and raisedCatholic. He was a member of Paulding Eagles #2405 andPaulding K of C St. Joseph
July 24, 2013
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Monday, July 29 -Friday, Aug. 2Vacation Bible School
EDGERTON – Children in preschool through sixth gradeare welcome to attend the“Kingdom Rock – WhereKids Stand Strong for God”Vacation Bible School pro-gram at the Edgerton Wes-leyan Church. VBS runs fromJuly 29 through Aug. 2.Hours are 6:30-8:30 p.m.The church is located at1717 Bertha St., Edgerton,Ind. For more informationcontact the church office at260-632-4008. Registration isavailable online atwww.groupvbspro.com/vbs/ez/edgewes2013.
Sunday, Aug. 4-Thursday, Aug. 8Vacation Bible School
PAULDING – Children in preschool through fifth gradeare welcome to attend the“Kingdom Rock – Where KidsStand Strong for God” Vaca-tion Bible School program atthe First Christian Church of God. VBS runs from 6-8:30 p.m. Aug. 4 through Aug. 8.The church is located at1233 Emerald Road in Pauld-ing. For more information con-tact the church office at419-399-4576.
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The Amish Cook
By: Lovina Eicher
4 eggs2 cups sugar 1 Tbsp. cinnamon2 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp salt1/4 tsp. baking soda2 tsp. vanilla1-1/4 cups oil3 cups fresh grated zucchini(I peel mine first)3 cups flour 1 cup chopped nuts (pecans)1 small can crushed pineapplein its own juiceMix dry ingredients exceptsugar together and set aside.Beat eggs until light, thengradually add sugar. Add oil,vanilla and pineapple, thendry ingredients. Fold in zuc-chini and nuts. Bake in loaf pans at 350° for one hour de- pending on loaf pan size.
CREAMY PEACH PIE
1 cup sugar 1/2 cup flour 1/2 tsp. salt
Editor’s Note: Lovina’s col-umn is on summer break thisweek. I’d like to wish her and her husband Joe a very happy,blessed anniversary. I hopethey have many more years of good health and happiness to- gether. Meanwhile, it is the season of peaches and zuc-chini, two summer staples! Here are some favorites fromthe Amish Cook archives.
3 cups peeled and shreddedzucchini3 eggsSalt to tasteJust before you’re ready tostart frying, mix the abovethree ingredients. Drop by ta- blespoon onto preheated but-tered frying pan. Mash andshape into patties and fryuntil golden brown on eachside. Top with a slice of cheese and serve. We like toeat these just like this or alsoon a sandwich with lettuce,tomato and onions.1/2 tsp. cinnamon2 cups half and half 6-8 c. fresh, sliced peaches or 1 (29-oz. can) sliced peaches,drained1 9-1/2-inch pie shellCombine sugar, flour, saltand cinnamon. Blend. Add to peaches and toss to coat. Addhalf and half and mix. Pour into pie shell. Bake at 45 minutes at350° or until it sets. Cool com- pletely. Apples can also be sub-stituted for peaches.
1/2 cup butter or margarine2 cups sugar 1 Tbsp. baking powder 1 1/2 cups milk 2 cups flour Melt butter in a 9x12-inch pan. Mix together sugar, bak-ing powder, milk and flour.Pour mixture into pan andthen put on peeled, sliced peaches. Bake at 325° untilgolden brown. If desired,serve with ice cream or milk.
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