PAULDING – Stephen J.Denny, 77, of Paulding, diedat 10:21 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, at Paulding CountyHospital.He was born July 1, 1933,in Ecorse, Mich., the son of Rex J. and Mary E. (Lude-man) Denny. He proudlyserved his country in the U.S.Army during the KoreanWar. On Oct. 20, 1956, hemarried Barbara Andrews,who survives. He was amember of Divine MercyCatholic Parish, Paulding Ea-gles Aerie #2405, HamiltonFish and Game Club,Antwerp American LegionPost 253 and a lifetime mem- ber of Antwerp VFW Post#5087.Also surviving are four daughters, Marcia (David)Mohre of Edon, Theresa(Chuck) Hinschlager of Sher-wood, Pamela (Brian) Pick-ering of New Haven andBeth (Jay) Dachenhaus of Paulding; three sons, Jay(Kathy) and John (Mardi), both of Grover Hill, andJoseph of Tallahassee, Fla.;two brothers, Richard of Napoleon and James of LakeHavasu City, Ariz.; 15 grand-children; and six great-grand-children.He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, MaryJo Groll; and two brothers,Pat and Daniel.Services were held Satur-day, Nov. 6, at Divine MercyCatholic Church in Antwerp.Burial was in MaumeeCemetery. Dooley FuneralHome in Antwerp was incharge of the arrangements.Preferred memorials are toPCH Home Health Care.Condolences and fondmemories may be shared at
PAYNE – Mabel M. Jenk-ins, 76, of Payne, passedaway at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2 at her residence.She was born Sept. 28,1934 in Payne, the daughter of Harley and Leona (Stultz)Elston. On Jan. 12, 1952, shemarried Charles EdwardJenkins, who preceded her indeath. She worked manyyears at General Electric inFort Wayne and was a mem- ber of Payne Church of the Nazarene.Surviving are two sons,Allen and Rick (Shirley), both of Payne; three daugh-ters, Ramona (Mark) Gauseof Noblesville, Ind. andSheila (Jeff) Tempel and Pa-tricia Waltmire, both of Payne; three brothers, Ed El-ston of Payne, William Elstonof Van Wert and Donald Elstonof Antwerp; three sisters,Shirley Kilpatrick and WanetaSanders, both of Payne, andPam Mattes of New Haven;seven grandchildren; and eightgreat-grandchildren.She also was preceded indeath by her parents; and twosisters, Linda Vance and JeanFraley.Funeral services were heldFriday, Nov. 5 at the PayneChurch of the Nazarene. Bur-ial was in Wiltsie Cemetery.Dooley Funeral Home, Payne,was in charge of arrangements.Preferred memorials are tothe church.Condolences and fondmemories may be shared at
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Wednesday, November 10, 2010 Paulding County Progress - 3A
ANTWERP – The Ambas-sadors from Antwerp will be performing at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 14, at the Rose HillChurch of God. The public isinvited to hear the gospel pro-claimed in song. The church islocated at CR 138 and Ohio637.
Nov. 14-17Revival services
OAKWOOD – TheAuglaize Chapel Church of God will be holding revivalservices at 6 p.m., beginningSunday, Nov. 14. Services will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday,Tuesday and Wednesdaynights.The speaker will be the Rev.Steve Carney. He is the pastor of the First Church of god inGermantown. He is a soughtafter speaker for revivals, campmeetings and ministers confer-ences.The church is located at22652 CR 60, Oakwood. For more information, call 419-594-2441.
Nov. 17Chicken pie supper
PAULDING – The FirstChristian Church will be hav-ing a chicken pie and steak supper from 4:30-7 p.m.Wednesday, Nov. 17. The costof the dinner is $7 and $4 for children 5-12. Kids under 5 caneat free. Carryout will be avail-able. The First ChristianChurch is located at 1233Emerald Road in Paulding.
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The Amish Cook
By: Lovina Eicher
I thought I would share adiary of a recent day with youreaders.6:30 a.m. It is Saturday,Oct. 30. Today is my oldest brother, Amos’s, 49th birth-day. I can always remember his age because he is 10 yearsolder than I am. Brother-in-law Jacob will be 38 on Nov.1. It is time to start another day. It feels good to have heatin the house on this chillymorning. My husband Joestarted our coal stove in the basement on Thursday and itmakes the house more com-fortable.7:45 a.m. We have break-fast that consists of fried eggsand potatoes, bacon, cheese,toast, butter, strawberry jam,milk, and cider. Mornings likethis are always special whenwe can all eat a relaxing mealtogether and do not have tothink of anyone needing toleave.8:45 a.m. Daughter Eliza- beth, 16, and I start gatheringlaundry to wash. The other girls wash dishes and start theweekly cleaning. Joe and the boys are cleaning out the barnand the horse stalls. Joe needsto get our one-horse manurespreader fixed so he canspread the manure in the gar-dens and fields.12:30 p.m. We finally havethe laundry all done. Eliza- beth hung it all outside whileI washed it. It is windy andsome of the clothes don’twant to stay on the line. It iscold on the hands to hang up.I am sure one of these days itwill be cold enough that wewill have to start drying theclothes in the basement. In themeantime, we will appreciateall the nice days we have left.Uncle Joe and Aunt Bettydrove in just as we were fin-ishing with the laundry. Theyvisited us awhile and then leftto go visit with sister Emmaand Jacob and sisters Verenaand Susan. I told them tocome back tonight for supper.1:30 p.m. I fix a late lunchof homemade vegetable soupand barbecued beef sand-wiches.2:15 p.m. Elizabeth and Istart getting in the laundry tofold and put away. The other girls finish the weekly clean-ing. Joe and the boys are fin-ishing up in the barn. Earlier,while Joe and Betty werehere, we had some anxiousmoments when the horses gotout through an open gate inthe barn. The three horses andour pony found their way outand started down the road toour hay field. They were busyeating in the hayfield and did-n’t want to go into the fencedin pasture. I guess theythought the grass lookedgreener on the other side of the fence.4:30 p.m. Joe and Betty are back. They got to visit withJacob and Emma, but Verenaand Susan were not home. Imixed together a meatloaf andmade scalloped potatoes. Thegirls start helping the younger ones get cleaned up.5:15 p.m. The meatloaf andthe scalloped potatoes are inthe oven. The rest of us getcleaned up.6:30 p.m. Elizabeth’s friendTim joins us for supper, too.We have meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, corn, cheese and peaches. I didn’t get time to getanything baked because wewere just too busy. I don’t liketo do laundry on a Saturday, but Joe, Elizabeth and I de-cided to go have lunch with thechildren at school yesterday sowe couldn’t do it then. We picked up sister Emma, daugh-ter Elizabeth and son Stevenalong the way. Joe didn’t haveany work and will be off all of next week, too.8 p.m. Joe and Betty left andwe are all ready to call it a day.Elizabeth and Tim leave to jointhe other youth at the localcommunity center. God’s blessings to all.Try this recipe to use upsome of your end-of-the-season pumpkin!
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3 cups sugar 3-1/2 cups flour 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice2/3 cup water 4 eggs1 cup oil1-1/2 teaspoon salt2 teaspoon baking soda2 cups fresh pumpkin2 cups miniature chocolatechipsPreheat oven to 350°. In alarge bowl, mix all ingredientstogether until smooth in con-sistency. Pour into three 9x5-inch loaf pans that have beengreased and floured. Bake for one hour or until done (a tooth- pick inserted in the center comes out clean).
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TOLEDO – Lynn Cramer Michael, age 63, died Sunday, Nov. 7 at Toledo Hospital.She was born July 12, 1947in Marion,the daughter of Robert F.and Jean(Patton)Cramer. On Nov. 1,1982, she married David L.Michael, who survives inToledo. She was manager of MoJo Restaurant in Toledo.She was one of the first threefemale police employed byLima. She was a Sunday schoolteacher at Grace LutheranChurch in Toledo and was a NRA member.Also surviving are her mother, Jean Cramer Woodring, Paulding; two sons,John David and Alexander Lynzee Michael, both of Toledo; a stepdaughter, AngelaWallace of North Carolina; twosisters, Cheryl (Phil) Johannsand Deb (Walt) Bakle, both of Paulding; a stepbrother, David(Karen) Woodring, Sherwood;and three stepsisters, PamelaKeller of Kendallville, Ind.,Mary (Walter) Woodbridge of Lake City, Fla. and Rebecca(Jeff) Riley, Fort Wayne.She was preceded in death by her father, Robert Cramer,and her stepfather, GlennWoodring.Funeral services will be heldat 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 12 atDen Herder Funeral Home,Paulding. Burial will be in St.Paul Cemetery, Paulding.Visitation will be from 2-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 11 at thefuneral home and one hour prior to services on Friday.Donations may be made inmemorial of Lynn to DavidMichael Family.Online condolences may besent to