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June 8, 2013

June 8, 2013

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Grove’s Grothaus state champ inpole vault, Crestview falls, p6-7Swimwear through the years, p3
ALCO to close its doors
BY STEPHANIE GROVESStaff Writersgroves@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS—Thecityislosingitsconvenientandfriendlydiscountretailer.Inalittlemorethanaweek,ALCOwillhangabannerannouncingthestore’sclo-sureandofferdiscountsofupto10percentonmerchan-dise.OperationsGroupManagerDianaMullen,whohasbeenwithALCO16years,saidthatemployeescameintoworkforameet-ingonThursdayandfoundthedistrictmanagerandthelosspreventionemployeeinattendance.“Weweretoldtheleasewasupandthatthelandlordwouldnotrenewit,”Mullenexplained.“Wewereallinastateofshock.”Theclosingwillelimi-nateapproximately15full-andpart-timepositions.Justrecently,theDelphosstoremanagerTerriGranzow,com-pletedclosingtheVermillionstore.Inaddition,thestoreinNorthManchesterclosedthisyearalso.Mullenhasspentmorethan30yearsintheretailbuildingformerlyinhabitedbyValCorp.“I’mupsetwithitclos-ingandforthetown’sloss,”Mullenstated.“ItwillbeSeptemberbeforethestorewillbecomplete-lyclosed.”ALCOMarketingDepartmentemployeeShirleyRyffsaidthatthe[Delphos]storewasagoodstoreanditwasmakingmoney.Sheexpressedinfor-mationshereceivedfromtheDelphosALCOstoremanagerGranzow,whowasnotavailableforaninter-view.“Therewastroublewiththelandlord,”Ryffexplained.“Itisaleakybuildingandtheleasepaymentscontinuedtoincrease.”Ryffsaidthatatthistime,therehasbeennoindicationthatthecompanywilllookintoleasinganotherbuildingtore-openintheDelphosvicinity.“Usuallywhenweclosedownastore,wedon’tgobackandre-openanotherstore,”Ryffsaid.TheReichleKleinGroupmanagesthepropertyandwhencontacted,wouldnotcommentonthestoreclos-ing.Partlycloudytodaywithhighsintheupper70s.Partlycloudytonightwithlowsaround60.Seepage2.MIDDLEPOINTLincolnviewdefeatedJefferson3-2inACMEbaseballFridayeveningatLincolnview.TheLancersscoredthewinningruninthe7thasYoutseyscoredonawildpitchwithtwoouts.Pitchingdominatedthecontestasbothteamscom-binedforonly5hits.EliFarmerpickedupthevictoryinreliefofRoberts.AustinJettinghoffwhowentthedis-tancewasthelosingpitcher.HunterBinkley,TylerRiceandJoshTemanhadhitsforJefferson.FarmerandRicheyledtheLanceroffen-siveattack.Jefferson0100010-233Lancers0002001-322WP-FarmerLP-Jettinghoff 2B-Farmer(L)Records:Lincolnview2-0,Jefferson0-2.
ALCO Stores Inc., has announced the Delphos store will close in September. (DelphosHerald/Stephanie Groves)
BY ALEX WOODRINGStaff Writerawoodring@putnamsenti-nel.com
The Ottoville Volunteer Fire Department will host the 139th annual Northwest Ohio Volunteer Firemen’s Assoc.Convention June 14 and 15. Above: the Ottoville department participates in the 2012 parade hosted by the Delphos FireDepartment. (Herald file photo)
 Ragtime Rick and the Chefs of Dixielanopen Music in the Park series
Ragtime Rick and Chefs of Dixieland are the first offering for theDelphos Rotary Club’s Music in the Park series which begins at 6 p.m.Sunday in the Hanser Pavilion at Stadium Park. The seven-piece tradi-tion Jazz band is made of family and friends from Toledo dressed inrestaurant attire and aprons who love to entertain and have fun. Foodand refreshment service will begin at 5:30 p.m. The Nu-Tones are onslate for June 23. (Submitted photo)
TUMC sets Strawberry Festival 
Janice Freund, left, Kathy Waldick and Norma Feathers Violetprepare strawberries for the Trinity United Methodist ChurchJune Jubilee Strawberry Festival set Wednesday at the church.The annual spring offering includes shredded beef or chicken sand-wiches, homemade macaroni salad, baked beans and strawberryshortcake, angel food cake, fruit pies, ice cream and beverages.Meals are dine-in or carry-out. A free-will offering will be accepted.All proceeds support mission projects. (Submitted photo)
See ALCO, page 10
TheDelphosAreaArtGuildwillofferaJewelry-makingCampaspartofitsSummerCamps2013offerings.MorningandafternoonsessionwillbeheldfromJune17-20inthefor-merAFLACbuildingatSecondandMainstreets.Camperswilllearnavarietyofjewelry-makingtechniquessuchasbead-ing,wirewrapping,cordknotting,polymerclayandgemstonesaswellexploring jewelry-makingfromre-purposedandfoundobjects.Call419-741-4118orreg-isteronlineatdelphosareaart-guild.combyMonday.
2 The Herald Saturday, June 8, 2013
For The Record
The Delphos Herald wantsto correct published errors inits news, sports and featurearticles. To inform the news-room of a mistake in publishedinformation, call the editorialdepartment at 419-695-0015.Corrections will be publishedon this page.
The DelphosHerald
Vol. 143 No. 252
Nancy Spencer, editorRay Geary, general managerDelphos Herald, Inc.Don Hemple, advertisingmanagerLori Silette,
circulation managerThe Delphos Herald(USPS 1525 8000) is publisheddaily except Sundays, Tuesdaysand Holidays.The Delphos Herald is deliv-ered by carrier in Delphos for$1.48 per week. Same daydelivery outside of Delphos isdone through the post officefor Allen, Van Wert or PutnamCounties. Delivery outside of these counties is $110 per year.Entered in the post officein Delphos, Ohio 45833 asPeriodicals, postage paid atDelphos, Ohio. 405 North Main St.TELEPHONE 695-0015Office Hours8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.POSTMASTER:Send address changesto THE DELPHOS HERALD,405 N. Main St.Delphos, Ohio 45833
 Nohing eels beter han a whie, brigh, healhysmile. Ta’s why we ofer a ull line o general and cosmeic denal services okeep your eeh beauiul.
 Brighten Every Daywith a Great Smile
Dr. Jacob Mohr 
General Dentist
Open Mon-Wed-Thurs 8-5,Fri 8-11Call for appointment
A boy was born June 5 toSusan and Joseph Calvelageof Delphos.A boy was born June 5 toJacqueline and Nathan Kohlsof Ottoville.A boy was born June 5 toLatasha Coil and Travis VanDyke of Spencerville.
Daniel L.,50, of Delphos, funeral ser-vices will begin at 11 a.m.today at Harter and SchierFuneral Home. Visitation willbe held one hour prior to theservice. Burial will be at alater date. Memorial contri-butions may be made to thefamily. To leave condolencesfor the family, visit harterand-schier.com.
Deloris Jean,85, of Gomer, funeral serviceswill begin at 2 p.m. todayat Gomer United Churchof Christ. Burial will be inPike Run Cemetery, Gomer.Preferred memorials are toPutnam County Hospice,Allen County Children’sMuseum or American CancerSociety. To leave condolencesfor the family, visit harterand-schier.com.
Associated Press
Today is Saturday, June 8,the 159th day of 2013. Thereare 206 days left in the year.
Today’s Highlights inHistory:
On June 8, 1953, the U.S.Supreme Court ruled unani-mously that restaurants inthe District of Columbiacould not refuse to serveblacks. Eight tornadoesstruck Michigan’s LowerPeninsula, killing 126 peo-ple, according to the NationalOceanic and AtmosphericAdministration; most of thedeaths were caused by anextremely powerful twisterin Flint.
On this date:
In A.D. 632, the prophetMuhammad died in Medina.In 1845, Andrew Jackson,seventh president of theUnited States, died inNashville, Tenn.In 1861, voters inTennessee approved anOrdinance of Secessionpassed the previous monthby the state legislature.In 1915, Secretary of State William JenningsBryan resigned in a dis-agreement with PresidentWoodrow Wilson over U.S.handling of the sinking of the Lusitania.In 1942, Bing Crosbyrecorded “Adeste Fideles”and “Silent Night” in LosAngeles for Decca Records.In 1967, 34 U.S. service-men were killed when Israelattacked the USS Liberty, aNavy intelligence-gatheringship in the Mediterranean.(Israel later said the Libertyhad been mistaken for anEgyptian vessel.)In 1972, during theVietnam War, an AssociatedPress photographer capturedthe image of 9-year-old PhanThi Kim Phuc (fahn theekihm fook) as she ran nakedand severely burned from thescene of a South Vietnamesenapalm attack.In 1973, Gen. FranciscoFranco relinquished his postas Spain’s prime ministerwhile remaining as chief of state.In 1978, a jury in ClarkCounty, Nev., ruled the so-called “Mormon will,” pur-portedly written by the latebillionaire Howard Hughes,was a forgery.In 1982, President RonaldReagan became the firstAmerican chief executive toaddress a joint session of theBritish Parliament.In 1987, Fawn Hall begantestifying at the Iran-Contrahearings, describing how,as secretary to NationalSecurity aide Oliver L.North, she helped to shredsome documents and spiritaway others.In 1998, the NationalRifle Association electedactor Charlton Heston itspresident.
Ten years ago:
Frustrated and angry overdelays, a coalition of thenation’s mayors meeting inDenver asked federal offi-cials to bypass state gov-ernments and give them themoney they needed to beef up homeland security.Poland voted to join theEuropean Union in 2004.Annika Sorenstam wonthe LPGA Championship forher fifth major title. Spain’sJuan Carlos Ferrero won theFrench Open men’s finalwith a 6-1, 6-3, 6-2 victoryover Martin Verkerk.George Foremanwas inducted into theInternational Boxing Hall of Fame.The Broadway show“Hairspray” won eight TonyAwards, including best musi-cal; “Take Me Out,” RichardGreenberg’s play about a gaybaseball player, was chosenbest play.
Five years ago:
Skyla Whitaker, 11, andTaylor Placker, 13, wereshot to death along a countryroad near Weleetka, Okla. (Asuspect, Kevin Sweat, facestrial.)A man went on a knifingrampage in Tokyo, killingseven people.Rafael Nadal won hisfourth consecutive FrenchOpen title in a rout, 6-1, 6-3,6-0, again spoiling RogerFederer’s bid to complete acareer Grand Slam.Yani Tseng of Taiwanbecame the first rookie in10 years to win a major,beating Maria Hjorth onthe fourth hole of a playoff with a 5-foot birdie on the18th hole to win the LPGAChampionship in Maryland.
One year ago:
President Barack Obamadeclared “the private sec-tor is doing fine,” promptingRepublican Mitt Romney toask, “Is he really that outof touch?” (Obama quicklyclarified his remarks, sayingit was “absolutely clear thatthe economy is not doingfine.”)In Cairo, Egypt, a mobof hundreds of men assault-ed women holding a marchdemanding an end to sexualharassment.I’ll Have Another’s bidfor the first Triple Crown in34 years ended shockinglyin the barn and not on theracetrack when the colt wasscratched the day before theBelmont Stakes and retiredfrom racing with a swollentendon.Kevin Millwood and fiveSeattle relievers combinedon a no-hitter, the thirdin franchise history, andthe Mariners beat the LosAngeles Dodgers 1-0.
Today’s Birthdays:
Former first lady BarbaraBush is 88. Actor-comedianJerry Stiller is 86. ComedianJoan Rivers is 80. ActressMillicent Martin is 79.Actor James Darren is 77.Actor Bernie Casey is 74.Singer Nancy Sinatra is73. Singer Chuck Negron(Three Dog Night) is 71.Musician Boz Scaggs is 69.Rock musician Mick Box(Uriah Heep) is 66. AuthorSara Paretsky is 66. ActressSonia Braga is 63. ActressKathy Baker is 63. Countrymusician Tony Rice is 62.Rock singer Bonnie Tyler is62. Actor Griffin Dunne is58. “Dilbert” creator ScottAdams is 56. Actor-directorKeenen Ivory Wayans is55. Singer Mick Hucknall(Simply Red) is 53. MusicianNick Rhodes (DuranDuran) is 51. Rhythm-and-blues singer Doris Pearson(Five Star) is 47. ActressJulianna Margulies is 46.Actor Dan Futterman is46. Actor David Sutcliffeis 44. Actor Kent Faulconis 43. Rhythm-and-bluessinger Nicci Gilbert is 43.Actress Kelli Williams is 43.Former U.S. Rep. GabrielleGiffords, D-Ariz., is 43.Actor Mark Feuerstein is42. Contemporary Christianmusician Mike Scheuchzer(MercyMe) is 38. Actor EionBailey is 37. Rapper KanyeWest is 36. Blues-rock musi-cian Derek Trucks (TheDerek Trucks Band) is 34.Folk-bluegrass singer-musi-cian Sara Watkins (NickelCreek) is 32. Actress TorreyDeVitto is 29.
One Year Ago
The Black Swamp Mustangs willhost its fourth annual “Get to thePoint” Top 25 Car and Truck Show onSaturday. Dash plaques will be award-ed to the first 50 entries. Additionalawards include “Best of Show,” “BestEngine” and “Best Paint.”
25 Years Ago – 1988
George Odenweller of Odenweller’sClothing Store, 237 N. Main St., sayshe will take a lot of good memorieswith him when he leaves the store.After serving Delphos and the areacommunity for 78 years. a “going outof business sale” starts Wednesday.George’s father and uncles, Joseph,Leo, Syl and Theodore, started the storein 1910.Tony Rode, treasurer of the ElidaFuture Farmers of America and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rode, was present-ed with a check by Larry Vandemarkof the Elida Young Farmers. The checkwill be used to sponsor Rode andDarren Long, the chapter vice presidentand son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Long, atthe leadership conference this summerin Washington, D.C.St. John’s graduate Mike Williamshas signed a national letter-of-intentto attend Owens Technical College,Rossford, where he will play basketball.Williams, a 6-foot-3 forward, averaged21 points, 10 rebounds and four assistshis senior year on a St. John’s team thatfinished at 17-5.
50 Years Ago – 1963
Four Delphos youths are on theVan Wert American Legion baseballteam. Dan Cramer, Tom Goedings, Bill“Dusty” Laudick and Jack Koch areall on the squad. Other team membersare Dean Hirn, Dave Kiehl, Bob Johns,Terry Adams, Dean Summersett andDave Overholt, all of Middle Point, andDean Osburn, Tom Waldron, DennyKnittle, Tom Kindall and Jerry Pollock,all of Van Wert.Mrs. Larry Schwertner entertainedthe members of the Fortnite PalsClub and one guest, Mabel Porter,Wednesday in her home on East ThirdStreet. Cards were played with firsthonors going to Mrs. Joseph Mesker,second to Lucy Mueller and third toMrs. Arthur Kindley. Agnes Yochumreceived the traveling prize.Members of the Women’s Societyof World Service of the EvangelicalUnited Brethren Church met Thursdayin the social rooms of the church. Ashort devotional period preceded thenoon day meal with Ethel Beech asleader. A carry-in dinner was servedwith Cora Link and Mrs. M. C. Maloneyas hostesses. The July meeting will beheld at the home of Mrs. James Cross,with Mrs. Fred Kiggins as co-hostess.
75 Years Ago – 1938
Another splendid program wasenjoyed by the members of the DelphosKiwanis Club at the weekly meet-ing of the club which was held at theBeckman Hotel Tuesday. The enter-tainer was a Delphos young man, JimBuchholtz, whose ability as a magicianis well known and whose feats of leger-demain mystified the Kiwanians.The members of the local council of the Catholic Ladies of Columbia heldtheir monthly meeting in the councilrooms Tuesday evening. Five-hundredwas played at the conclusion of themeeting. Mrs. Joseph Bauer held highscore, Tillie Stepleton, second, Mrs.William B. Gladen, third and ClaraHanley, fourth.The Daughters of Reformation, aLutheran class, convened in the monthlysession Tuesday evening at the home of Lucile Freund, north of this city. VeraMcClure and Betty Lloyd were guests.Ruth Davis was in charge of devotionalsand an article on “Family Worship” wasgiven by Emma Vera Mittermaier.
WEATHER FORECASTTri-countyAssociated PressTODAY:
Partly cloudy.Highs in the upper 70s.Northwest winds around 5mph shifting to the southwestin the afternoon.
Partly cloudy.Lows around 60. South windsaround 5 mph.
Partly cloudywith a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.Highs in the lower 80s. Southwinds 5 to 15 mph.
 Showers and chance of thun-derstorms. Lows in the mid60s. South winds 10 to 15mph. Chance of precipitation80 percent.
Showers likelyand a slight chance of a thun-derstorm. Highs in the mid70s. Chance of precipitation60 percent.
Partlycloudy with a 30 percentchance of showers. Lows inthe lower 60s.CLEVELAND (AP) —These Ohio lotteries weredrawn Friday:
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Bluelick Roadclosed Monday
The Allen County EngineerTimothy Piper has announcedBluelick Road between StateRoute 15 and Sugar Street willbe closed for paving from 7:30a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday.Corn $7.01Wheat $6.61Soybeans $15.51
Lana Marie Salazar
 June 8, 2005 - Dec. 17, 2006
ou will never be forgotten.For though we are apart You are always and forever  Alive within my heart.
Mom, Dad, Lena, Luke,Lane and LilaGrandma & Grandpa Mericle
H.G. Violet Equipment
2103 North Main StDelphos , OH 45833Phone 419-695-2000www.hgviolet.com
H.G. Violet Equipment
2103 North Main St.Delphos, OH 45833Phone 419-695-2000www.hgviolet.com
Saturday, June 8, 2013 The Herald 3
Swimmers enjoy a dip in the pool that used to be located in Waterworks Park in Delphos. Notice the style of swim-suits. (Submitted photo)
As the weather warms, we start tothink of what to wear to the pool, lakeor ocean. Swimming and swimwearhave changed with the times althoughnot in the sequence you might expect.Cavemen swam but probably not somuch as a leisure activity than as ameans of getting somewhere or as a partof bathing. At times through the years,learning to swim was promoted moreto save a life than as a leisure activity.During the great flood of 1913, manypeople drowned because they couldn’tswim. Swimming was also a genderseparate activity – men and women ondifferent beaches.Swimsuits were originally bathinggowns for women and long underwearfor men. Modesty and protection fromthe sun prevented bathing suits fromshowing any skin. The suits were madeof wool and worn with woolen stock-ings and thus, very heavy when wet. Asswimming became more popular, theswimsuit slowly evolved. Lighter mate-rials were used and the stockings disap-peared. Then the arms were uncovered,the pants were shortened, necklinesplunged and backs were bared until thesuit reached the point of as little cover-age as possible.The Delphos Canal Museum has aswimsuit from those early years donatedby a daring relative of the owner. Youwill find many interesting articles of clothing from yesteryear on a visit to theDelphos Canal Museum.Hours are 9 a.m. to noon on Thursdaysand 1-3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Swimwear through the years
On the Banks of Yesteryear ...
By the Delphos Canal Commission
Second Chances
Heroes take organ donationon foot for Dash for Donation
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Jackie Blosser and hersister-in-law, MichelleHelmig, of Allen County areheroes on foot. Jackie’s son,Christopher, was a donor in2007 and both will run onDash “Team Christopher’sCrew” to inspire youngadults to make the decisionto donate.The sea of green remindsJackie and Michelle thatChristopher’s legacy lives onthrough the gifts he gave andthe donation story they sharein their community.“Our decision forChristopher to be a life-saving organ donor givesme peace of mind knowingthat in his death lives weresaved,” Blosser said.Donation heroes lie ineach individual who says“yes” to donation and reg-isters their decision to be anorgan, eye and tissue donorin the Ohio Donor Registry.The heroes on foot arethose individuals who take tothe streets to spread aware-ness and support of donationin the organization’s annualDash for Donation race.Attendees participate inthe Dash in honor of theirloved one’s gift of life, tocelebrate the second chancea cured individual receivedor to give hope to the morethan 118,000 individualswaiting for their life-savingtransplant.Dash registration has hitthe pavement. Whether partic-ipating in the Team Challengeor individually, through the5K run or family walk, ora child six and under chas-ing mascots down NationwideBoulevard, all 5,000 expectedDashers will form a “sea of green” to support organ, eyeand tissue donation.Join the movement to savelives now and register for theDash today by visiting dash-fordonation.org. Take advan-tage of the “I’m a Hero!”rate and register as an organ,eye and tissue donor today atlifelineofohio.org.
The following pets are available for adoption throughThe Van Wert Animal Protective League:
M, 3 years, shots, neutered, yellow, black and white,name Buttercup and Rexy
M, 3 years, shots, dew-clawed, neutered, black/gray/white, named Figero
M, F, 7 weeks, calico, grayM, F, 6 months, angora, gray striped
M, F, orange, tabbyM. 6 months, gray, tiger
Shephard mix, F, 3 yrs, black and brown, name Bella
Pyrenees Lab, M, 3 1/2 years, blonde, shots, nameCarson
Lab/Beagle/Dalmation, M, 3 years, fixed, shots whitewith black spots, name CasperShepherd mix, F, 3 years, fixed, yellow, name FoxyMix, F, 1 year, black and brown, medium size, nameLucyPatterdale Terrier, 3 years, shots, black and white, nameMollie
 For more information on these pets or if you are inneed of finding a home for your pet contact The AnimalProtective League from 9-5 weekdays at (419) 749-2976.If you are looking for a pet not listed, call to be puton a waiting list in case something becomes available.Donations or correspondence can be sent to PO Box321, Van Wert, OH 45891.Pearl, a 3-year-oldBoston terrier mix, isincredibly toned and car-ries herself like the worldis watching. She has a ter-rific spotted pattern andadorable floppy ears. Pearlis an excellent jumper withspeed to boot, so she’sready to play her way intoyour heart.True to her name, MissMousey is a discreet andquiet cat with manners. This4-year-old domestic longhairis fluffy, soft and loving. Shehas lived in a colony andgets along well with othercats. She enjoys being pettedin any position and relishesbelly rubs.
The Humane Society of Allen County has many petswaiting for adoption. Each comes with a spay or neuter,first shots and a heartworm test. Call 419-991-1775.
NPAC announces seasonunveiling press conference
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VAN WERT — Find out who will be coming to theNiswonger stage in the new season at the Niswonger 2013-14 season unveiling press conference event on Wednesday,June 12 at noon. A new season will begin in September anddeliver nationally acclaimed artists all the way to May. Areamedia, including WANE TV, Lima’s Hometown Stations,T102, WIMA, WTLW-WOSN, The Lima News, The TimesBulletin and VW Independent along with season sponsorStatewide Ford and sponsor partners, will take part in an eventthat unveils each of the 25 featured performances. For the firsttime ever, the Niswonger will feature a premier event. A lightlunch will be served by Willow Bend Country Club to the first175 attendees. The press conference will be held in the LectureHall and will seat 175 with standing room available.
VW Rib Fest Tug-of-War challengers sought
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The Van Wert Rib Fest will be sceneof this year’s second annual Tug-of-Warcompetition. The contest sponsored by theVan Wert Area Convention and VisitorsBureau will pit teams from area businessesand organizations against one another withthe ultimate winner taking home the trav-eling trophy and bragging rights.“Last year’s winning team, represent-ing Cooper Farms, is pretty confident noone can defeat them,” said Larry Lee,CVB executive director. “They dare any-one to take them on!”This year’s competition will takeplace in front of the entertainment stageat the Rib Fest beginning at 3 p.m. Thenumber of teams is unlimited, but eachteam must have exactly eight members.The entry fee is $40 per team (or $5per team member). Complete rules andentry forms are available at the CVBoffice at 136 E. Main Street. Rulescan also be found at visitvanwert.org/documents/2013TugofWarRules.pdf.An entry form can alsobe found at visitvanwert.org/documents/2013TugofWarEntryForm.pdf.
Van Wert FarmersMarket opens
VAN WERT — On Saturday,June 8 at 10 a.m., the Van WertCounty Farmers Market willbegin the 2013 season at 500Fox Road. This season’s open-ing begins the 40th year for theFarmers Market.During the season, veg-etables, fruits, flowers andbaked goods, grown and madeby vendors from Van Wert,Paulding, and Mercer counties,will be available. The marketwill be open on Tuesdays from3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdaysfrom 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. untilearly October.
Telling TheTri-County’sStory Since1869
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