Across from that modern dining room was another set up as it would have been 100 years before, and a horticulture exhibit.Out of that room and to the left was an exhibit of old-fashioned costumes, and then ahead another room represented art and industry that was so overwhelming, the reporter gave up “…there is so much and so great a variety, we cannot hope to describe it.I learned from all of this that the former school teacher, Hattie Morgan Stout, and her husband, Killbuck doctor William Cochran Stout, were deeply involved in community affairs.
The next room featured a “dinning(sic) room” with complete table setting.
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By Bruce Stambaugh It’s funny how much consternation a name can cause. Furthermore, there is precedence for spelling it that way.
The County’s population at that time was just shy of 21,000, so a huge percentage of families must have contributed to the Loan.
If it was not the centennial of Holmes County, and not the centennial of Ohio, whose birthday was it?