In an attempt to recreate some of the early days in Paulding, Ohio, the author has created a journal that might have been written by a resident of the village. Founded in 1850, at first Paulding was a rough and tumble hamlet with most of the residents involved in the timber industry. Gradually, the land was cleared and agricultural pursuits replace timbering and the manufacture of wooden products. This journal illustrates some of the changes which occurred through eight decades in this northwestern Ohio village.Jeanne Bennett Calvert. The 14th Annual Senior-Alumni Prom was held at the high school the night after commencement. ... The three-ton safe was sold for scrap for war use. Distribution of ... The Paulding Nazarene Church is celebrating its twenty-five anniversary on the 10th. The county ... There will be supervised play for the youngsters for two hours each morning and afternoon, Monday through Friday. ... Leea#39;s Cleaners has opened in the 300 block of East Jackson Street. Mr. andanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Paulding Journal: 1870-1950|
|Author||:||Jeanne Bennett Calvert|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2002-06-24|