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51 Richard L. Harp, 72, of 415 Lunar Drive, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010, at 12:38 p.m. at the Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus.

He was born on Dec. 1, 1937, in Sidney, the son of the late Harry and Agnes (Apple) Harp.

On Oct. 1, 1983, he married Judy (Enyeart) Harp, who survives along with five children, Andrew Harp and his wife Janet of Beavercreek, Jeff Harp of Anna, Patti Kiefer and her husband Greg of Piqua, Chris Davis of Sidney, Steve Davis and his wife Lisa of Delaware; 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; one brother, Lester Harp of Sidney; and two sisters, Helen Lynch of Middletown, and Doris Conrad of Sidney.

One brother Henry Harp and one sister, Ruth Elsner preceded him in death.

Richard was a member of the Sidney Iutis Club, Sidney Moose Lodge No. 568 and a member of the First Presbyterian Church.

Mr. Harp was a materials manager at LeRoi Division of Dresser Industries, retiring in 1999.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Joe M. Hinds III officiating. Burial will be at Shelby Memory Gardens in Sidney.

The family will receive friends on Sunday from 1 until 4 p.m. at Cromes Funeral Home 302 S. Main Ave.

Memorials may be made to The First Presbyterian Church in Richard L. Harp's memory. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home.

Condolences may be expressed to the Harp family at the funeral home's Web site, www.cromesfh 
Harp, Richard L. (I1392)
52 Rosemary, 84, 623 South Main Ave., Sidney, passed away at 12:30 p.m., at her son's home.

She was the daughter of John and Caroline (Wachsmuth) Lauterbur,On Nov 23, 1950, she married Bernard A. Laux, who preceded her in death.

Surviving are four sons: Greg (Debbie), VA, Steve (Roseann, Newport, William, FL, and Dave (Nilgun), MD; a daughter, Debbie (Greg) Shappie, Sidney; a sister, Char (Al) Barbadora; two sisters-in-law: Martha Lauterbur and Lucy Lux; fourteen grandchildren, two step grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

Deceased are two brothers: William and Richard; three sisters; Isabelle Morris, Gen (Hugh) O'Leary and Lucille (Norbert) Schemmel; and a grandchild, Abe Laux.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be at Holy Angels Catholic Church, with Rev. Dan Schmitmeyer officiating. 
Lauterbur, Rosemary (I1665)
53 S/o Evan Michael and Aglain(Kardaras)Johnson

He Graduated from Sidney High School in 1933
and attented Antioch College and Bowling Green State Universty.after serving in the Army during World War II.
he returned to Sidney with his new Bride Helen (Vlahos) Johnson in 1945. Michael And Helen Have been Married 65yrs.
Michael is best known as the owner and operator of Johnson's Restaurant Which he open on Michigan Street in Sidney in 1955.He Substantially expanded to the restaurant/cafeteria in 1960,and Added Holiday Bowling Lanes next door.he sold the two businesses in 1971.After living in Michigan an California for 15yrs,Michael and Helen were happy to return to Sidney in 1994,where they lived ever since.During his years in Sidney,Michael has served as commander of the American Legion,Worthy Patron of the Eastern Stars and as a member of the Shriners,Elks, Kiwanis Club,High Twelve and the Masons,who recently honored him with him 70yr pin. In addition to his wife Michael is survived by a sister Jeannette (Johnson) Koukios
of Lansing Michigan:a beloved cousin, Mary Rubekas Leakas.
A Son Evans and his wife Ellen of San Diego Calif. a Daughter Leah And Her Husband Bob Wilcox Of Hudson Valley,N.Y. a grand-son and his wife Rob and Jessa Wilcox of New York,N.Y. and a grandson Andrew Wilcox who is serving in the Pease Corps in Paraguay. 
Johnson, Michael (I1482)
54 Sidney Daily News
Oct 16, 2014

100 years

Oct. 17, 1914

A handsome display of A.W. Knauer’s new brand of cigars, ‘The Cozy Corner Club,” is on exhibition in the show window of Christian’s Drug Store and is attracting considerable attention. The new cigar is named for the Cozy Corner Club of this city which has a clubhouse along the River road south of the city. The box lid contains a perfect picture of the club house and surroundings and is beautifully tinted and colored.
Memoirs of the Miami Valley

exerpt from pg. 484

The A. W. Knauer cigar factory is another quite extensive business, located in the building of the Standard Printing Company. 
Knauer, A. W. (I1173)
55 Social Security Death Index:
Name: Clement Partington
SSN: 293-12-3265
Born: 30 Aug 1896
Died: Aug 1965
State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (Before 1951)
Ohio Soldiers in WWI, 1917-1918
Name: Clement S. Partington
Age: 22
Race: White
Birth Date: 30 Aug 1896
Birth Location: Shelby Co, Ohio, USA

Enlistment Date: 19 Sep 1918
Enlistment County: Sidney
Enlistment State: Ohio
Enlistment Division: National Army
Comments: Students' Army Training Corps University of Akron O to Discharge Private Honorable discharge 9 Dec 1918.
U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: Clement S Partington
Birth Year: 1924
Race: White, Citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Ohio
State of Residence: Ohio

Enlistment Date: 12 Feb 1943
Enlistment State: Ohio
Enlistment City: Columbus
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: 4 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Semiskilled occupations in building of aircraft, n.e.c.
Marital Status: Married
Height: 68
Weight: 142 
Partington, Clement Shanley (I136)
56 Texas Deaths
Name Edward Joseph Lauterbur
Event Type Death
Event Date 21 Apr 1967
Event Place Crowley, Tarrant, Texas, United States
Gender Male
Marital Status Married
Birth Date 30 Mar 1899
Father's Name Paul Lauterbur
Mother's Name Margaret Hillan
Certificate Number 27244 
Lauterbur, Edward Joseph (I1622)
57 The 1940 Census of Chicago has Edna as head of househole and William not in home. She is listed as still being married. Then her and William can also be found in 1940 Census of Eustis, Florida.

Annual report of the Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners (1882)

Thompson, Edna M., Chicago. D. D. S. 
Dolsen, Edna Maud (I1165)
58 The following obituary appeared in The Piqua Daily Call, Piqua, Ohio on 03 Jam 1929 at page 10:
William H. Wagner, Identified With Sidney All His Life, Is Taken.
William H. Wagner, long identified with the business, civil, social and religious life of Sidney, died on New Years Day at 1:30 o'clock at his home in that city after a long illness. In his death Sidney has suffered the loss of a useful and valuable citizen and a much beloved and highly respected man.
Mr. Wagner was born and reared in Sidney the son of Mathias and Anna Rauth Wagner. He was born on May 4, 1855 and attended the parochial and public schools of Sidney and St. Mary's College, of Dayton. He was one of the organizers of the First National Bank in 1880 and served as its president from the time of its organization until the time of his death. He also helped organize the Peoples Savings and Loan Association of Sidney, serving as its president and member of the board of directors for many years. He was president of the Sidney Telephone Company and of the Wagner Manufacturing Company from the time of its organization, a director and officer in both the Monarch Machine Tool Company and Sidney Machine Tool Company, member of the board of Trustees of the Dayton University, member of the Sidney Country club and Knights of Columbus.
He was a member of the Holy Angels church where he was tenor soloist in the choir for a number of years.
Mr. Wagner was first married to Miss Sophia Cable of Sandusky, who died in 1883. He then married Miss Ina M. Graber, of Findlay who died in 1912. His third wife was Miss Esther O. Owens, of Bluffton, who survives him.
Others of the family left to mourn are his five sons: Cable of Sidney, Dr. Mathias Wagner of Toledo, Rev. Monsignor R. M. Wagner, now studying in Rome, Italy, Alfred of Springfield, and Richard of Sidney, and Mrs. Joseph K. Wilson of Sidney. There are also ten grandchildren. One daughter, Anna Mary, and one son, William, have preceded him in death.
There are also three surviving sisters, Mrs. I. H. Thedieck and Mrs. A. A. Gerlach of Sidney, Mrs. Anton H. Webber of Chicago and two brothers, Milton M. Wagner and Louis R. Wagner, both of Sidney.
Funeral services will be conducted at the Holy Angels church, Sidney, Friday morning at 10 o'clock incharge of the Archbishop of Cincinnati, John T. McNicholas assisted by Father Fortman, pastor of Holy Angels church. Rev. Eugene Gerlach of North Star and Rev. John P. Treacy of Cleveland.
Internment at Graceland cemetery. 
Wagner, William "Willie" Henry (I785)
59 Timothy is shown in the 1860 Census, but in 1867 Elizabeth is found in the Indianapolis City directory as Widow of Timothy Loughlin. Loughlin, Timothy (I169)
60 U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989

Name: Joseph Loughlin
Residence Year: 1865
Street Address: Merrill
Residence Place: Indianapolis, Indiana
Occupation: Bricklayer
Publication Title: Indianapolis, Indiana, City Directory, 1865 
Loughlin, Joseph (I171)
61 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

Name: Elmer J Grisez
Birth Year: 1918
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Ohio
State of Residence: Ohio
County or City: Shelby

Enlistment Date: 12 Feb 1941
Enlistment State: Ohio
Enlistment City: Fort Hayes Columbus
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: Grammar school
Civil Occupation: Farm hands, general farms
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 66
Weight: 148 
Grisez, Elmer J. (I874)
62 Well Known Women Is Dead
Mrs Margaret Lauterbur Tebbe,72,widow of Joseph Tebbie,died Sunday afternoon at
five forty-five o'clock at the home of her son,Frank Tebbie,at 602 Michigan
Street,death following a serious illness of only a few days.She had been in
failing Health for an extended tine from complication.
During most of her life Mrs.Tebbe had been a resident here,moving to Shelby
county with her parents Nicholas and Anna Lauterbur,during her early
girlhood.She was born at New Regal,O on March 28.1864.and was one of a family of
sixteen children,only four survive,Nicholas Lauterbus.Columbud,Peter
Lautterbus,ofSt.Patricks;Mrs.Emil Seigel,and Mrs.Ratherman of Ft.Loramie.
Her marriage with Joseph Tebbe Took place on October 16,1889,and they first
established their home in Minster where,Mr.Tebbe followed vocation of
carpentering.In 1912 the family moved to Sidney where they Continued to
reside.Since thedeath of Joseph Tebbe,seven years ago,Mrs Tebbe made her home
with their only son Frank Tebbe in ths city.
Surviving with her son are six grandchildren,Arthur,Irene,Martha
Louise,Ruth,Robert and Frank Tebbe.
She was a life long member of the Holy Angels Church and was a devout christian
woman.She was enrolled in Sacred Heart Alter sodality of that church.
Funeral services will be held at the Holy Angels Church Wednesday morning at
nine o'clock and interment made in Graceland cemetery. 
Lauterbur, Margaret (I1644)
63 WILLIAM A. PERRY, president and general manager of the Sidney Steel Scraper Company at Sidney, O., an enterprise of large importance, backed by ample capital and officered with men of business experience and reliability, was born in Union county, Ind., November 24, 1865, and is a son of Russell Biglow and Eliza (Rider) Perry.
The father of Mr. Perry died when he was four years old and his widowed mother moved then to Hamilton, O., where, eight years later she married John Laughlin and shortly afterward the family removed to Sidney, where Mr. Laughlin became the head of the Sidney School Furniture Company. Mr. Perry was twelve years old when the family came to this city and here he completed his education and began his business career in the office of the Sidney School Furniture Company, advancing from the position of bookkeeper to be secretary and treasurer of that concern. It was a prosperous business enterprise which, on the death of Mr. Laughlin, was sold to the American School Furniture Manufacturing Company. Mr. Perry then went to New York City and for two years had charge of the collection department for that company and still further confidence was shown in his tact, and ability by the company when they commissioned him to go to Mexico and there establish a branch house. His mission to Mexico was successful, but, on account of becoming interested there in mining, one year later he resigned his position with the above named company and devoted the following three years to developing Mexican mining properties. In the meanwhile he associated himself with Julius Balke, who is now vice president of the Brunswick-Balke Company, of Chicago, Ill., in a partnership for the manufacture of school and church furniture, under the firm name of the Mexican School Furniture Company, operating in conjunction with the American School Furniture Company. Six months after starting their factory was destroyed by fire and the partners decided to return north instead of rebuilding, Mr. Balke going to Chicago and Mr. Perry to Sidney.
The Sidney Steel Scraper Company was established at Sidney many years ago by the late William Haslup and after returning to Sidney Mr. Perry identified himself with this concern, which was subsequently incorporated with a capital of $200,000. For ten years Mr. Perry served as secretary and treasurer and also as sales manager of this company, and, on-the death of Mr. Haslup, in 1912, succeeded him as president. The other officers are: Ben Strauss, vice president, and W. L. Snyder, secretary and treasurer.
Mr. Perry was married at Sidney, O., to Miss Clara Epler, who is a daughter of Thompson W. Epler, a prominent citizen. They have one son, John Perry. Fraternally Mr. Perry is a Mason and politically a republican and unquestionably is one of the reliable and conscientious citizens of the community in which his life has-been mainly spent and where his dearest interests are centered. 
Perry, William E. (I25)
64 Wilson, His wife Emma, and their son Paul are shown as living at 409 Ohio Avenue. This address appears to have 3 dwellings. The fisrt having Samuel Piper, a grocery clerk, the second is Robert Marshall, prosecuting attorney, and the 3rd dwelling has Wilson and his fam. This address appears to be around the Greatstone Residence? Carothers, Wilson (I184)
65 Wison can be found in the 1899 School Yearbook for Ohio State University. He is listed as being his first year as a Phi Delta Theta of the Ohio Zeta Chapter. Carothers, Wilson Roy (I187)

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