Archive - Jul 31, 2012
Robert C. Cisco Sr., 87, of St. Marys, died at 2:30 p.m. Monday, July 30, 2012, surrounded by his family.
He was born Jan. 11, 1925, in Allen County, to Mary âMollieâ (Sherer) and O.V. Bud Cisco. On Aug. 22, 1945, he married Elnora Weyant, and she survives.
Also surviving are three sons, Robert L. (Karen) Cisco, of Celina, Veryl (Denise) Cisco, of St. Marys, and Dennis (Krista) Cisco, of Anna; and two daughters, Judy (Roy) McGinnis, of St. Marys, and Sharon (Mike) Miller, of Wapakoneta.
Joe R. Pepple, 86, of Waynesfield, died at 4:05 p.m. Monday, July 30, 2012, at Otterbein-Cridersville.
He was born Oct. l, 1925, in Union Township, Auglaize County, to Gladys Irene (Day) and Colby William Pepple, and they preceded him in death. On Nov. 21, 1946, in Pandora, he married Agnes S. Burry and she survives in Waynesfield.
Two Memorial High School graduates left the stage Monday as the latest in a long-line of royalty as the king and queen of the 160th Auglaize County Fair.
When Sarah Wilker’s name was announced as the 2012 Auglaize County Junior Fair queen, she was surprised, even shedding a few tears after her emotional win.
“I was shocked,” Wilker said. “It’s definitely a great honor, and I’m very honored to represent Auglaize County.”
Eight youngsters from Germany arrived Sunday in Wapakoneta to catch a glimpse of teenage life in the United States as part of the exchange program with the theme “Catch Your Dream.”
Cheryl Drexler, president of the Sister City program, said they are hoping the German students can catch a glimpse of what it is like to be an American teenager during their stay here. All six children making the trip are 16.
A return trip inside the Wapakoneta Walmart to attempt to steal more items resulted Friday afternoon in the apprehension of two men on theft charges.
Artillus Porter, 38, of Lima, and Wesley Palmer, 35, of Harrod, had loaded their vehicle with 22 bottles of laundry detergent they hadn’t paid for when they decided to go back into the store at 1257 Bellefontaine St. and grab a few more items at 3:30 p.m., Wapakoneta Police Department Clerk Denise Kohler said.