At 8:15 p.m. Wednesday,while on routine patrol,Delphos Police came intocontact with a vehicle beingdriven by Sarah Strause, 28,of Delphos, at which time itwas found that Strause wasoperating a motor vehiclewhile having her driving priv-ileges suspended.Strause was cited into VanWert Municipal Court on thecharge.At 2:49 a.m. Friday, whileon routine patrol, DelphosPolice came into contact witha vehicle being driven by anunderage female who had nodriver’s license.Upon speaking with her,officers suspected she wasoperating a motor vehicle afterconsuming alcohol. After test-ing the female, it was foundshe was under the legal limitto operate a motor vehicle. Shewas cited into Allen CountyJuvenile Court on the chargeof underage consumption andoperating a motor vehicle with-out a driver’s license.Upon speaking with pas-sengers Peter Vanloo, 19, of Fort Jennings, and DravoneWannemacher, 20, of Delphos,officers suspected they had alsoconsumed alcohol while underthe legal age to do so.Vanloo and Wannemacherwill be charged in LimaMunicipal Court on underageconsumption charges.2 – The Herald Monday, July 8, 2013
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Vol. 143 No. 17
Nancy Spencer, editorRay Geary, general manager,Delphos Herald Inc.Don Hemple, advertising managerLori Silette
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Naomi “Sally” J., 62, of Elida, funeral services willbegin at 11 a.m. today at Harter and Schier Funeral Home, Rev.Jim Menke officiating. Burial will follow at Pike MennoniteCemetery. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service atthe funeral home. Memorial contributions can be made to thefamily. Online condolences may be left to the family at www.harterandschier.com.
Jan. 3, 1940-July 5, 2013
Herbert Brinkman, 73, of Glandorf died at 6 a.m. Fridayat the Meadows of Kalida.He was born Jan. 3, 1940,in Miller City to Richardand Beatrice M. (Rechtine)Brinkman, who preceded himin death.He is survived by two broth-ers, Kenneth Brinkman of Kalida and Dennis Brinkmanof Elida; two sisters, MaryMarguerite Miller of Ottovilleand Vivian (Robert) Plescher of Ottawa; and many aunts, uncles,nieces and nephews.He was also precededin death by his step-father,Vincent Hedrick; a brother, LeoBrinkman; a brother-in-law,Donald Miller; and a sister-in-law, Carol Brinkman.Herb worked for Sanco inFremont for nearly 40 years. Helived in the Fifth Street GroupHome in Fremont and had pre-viously lived in a group home inHelena. He enjoyed many hob-bies and crafts and loved WWEWrestling, The Ohio StateBuckeyes, animals and trips tothe zoo. Herb also enjoyed trav-eling and shopping.Herb was a loving man who,once he knew you, would neverforget you. He always had asmile and hug for his family andfriends and truly loved to laughand make his family and friendssmile. He will be greatly missedby many, especially his friendsand co-workers at Sanco andhis best friend of 40 years, MikeHuffman.Mass of Christian Burialwill be at 10:30 a.m. todayat St. John Catholic Church,Glandorf. Father Tony Fortmanwill officiate. Burial will followin the church cemetery.Condolences may beexpressed at www.lovefuneral-home.com.
WEATHER FORECASTTri-countyAssociated PressTODAY:
Partly cloudy witha 40 percent chance of showersand thunderstorms. Highs in themid 80s. Southwest winds 5 to15 mph.
Mostly cloudywith a 30 percent chance of show-ers and thunderstorms. Lows inthe lower 70s. Southwest winds 5to 10 mph.
Mostly cloudy inthe morning. Then partly cloudywith a 30 percent chance of show-ers and thunderstorms in the after-noon. Highs in the upper 80s.Southwest winds 5 to 15 mph.
One Year Ago
David R. Clark is a familiarface in the Delphos and Tri-County area as a law enforce-ment officer. He is known forhaving a wicked sense of humorthat he uses in his life, on dutyand off duty, as well as learning athing or two in his 30-plus yearsof service to the community. Somuch so that he was named theDelphos Council 1362 Knightsof Columbus Blue Coat of theYear for the 2011-12 fraternalyear.
25 Years Ago – 1988
Crowned Putnam County junior king and queen wereRichard Schnipke, 18, andSharon Yarnell, 18. Schnipke isthe son of Richard and PauletteSchnipke, Ottawa. He plansto major in music education atBowling Green State University.Queen Sharon is the daughterof Wayne and Betty Yarnellof Continental. A graduate of Miller City High School, shealso plans to major in musiceducation at Bluffton University.A Hardee’s Restaurant willbe constructed at North Canaland Fifth streets. The two housesand print shop will be demol-ished with ground expected to bebroken mid-August for the res-taurant. The fast-food restaurantis expected to seat 120 peopleand employ 60.Beth Norbeck recently grad-uated magna cum laude fromthe University of Toledo with abachelor of education degree inspeech and hearing therapy. Sheis a daughter of Arthur and DorisNeidert of Fort Jennings and a1984 graduate of Fort JenningsHigh School.
50 Years Ago – 1963
Janet Scherger, who will bea junior this fall at Delphos St.John’s High School, has beennotified that the poem she sub-mitted in the Catholic Daughtersof America Division III poetrycontest has placed third in state-wide judging.First Assembly of God wona double header scrimmageFriday night in preparation foropening league games. Nextweek the last non-league gameswill be played: First Assemblyvs. Presbyterians, and EUB vs.Christian Union. After thesegames, the organizational meet-ing will be held in the FirstAssembly of God Church.League games are scheduled tostart July 19.Mrs. Rollin Weaver, GirlScout campsite director, hasannounced that 114 local GirlScouts have registered for daycamp which will be held July15 to 19 at Camp Woodhavenat Lima. Daily departure timehas been set for 8:30 a.m. eachday at the Jefferson school audi-torium. The girls will return toDelphos at approximately 3:30each afternoon.
Woman cited for no licenseThree cited for underage consumptionOfficials say arson in van fire
At 7:20 a.m. Thursday,while on routine patrol,Delphos Police were flaggeddown by a citizen stating that avehicle was on fire on the 300block of South Main Street.Officers responded to thearea and found a van parked atthe rear of a residence on fire.The Delphos Fire Departmentwas called to the scene and putout the fire.Upon investigating, it wasfound that someone had placeda cloth into the gas tank of thevehicle and had set it on fire.Detectives were called tothe scene and will work withthe State Fire Marshall in theinvestigation.
Two handguns missing from residence
At 9:20 a.m. Friday,Delphos Police were calledto the 200 block of HollandAvenue in reference to atheft from a residence in thatarea.Upon officers’ arrival,the victim stated someonehad gained entry into theresidence and had taken two9mm handguns from inside.The case was transferredto the Detectives Bureau forfurther investigation.
Jennings man arrested for B&E at business
At 12:20 p.m. Saturday,Delphos Police arrested TylerUlch, 19, of Fort Jennings, onan active arrest warrant issuedout of the City of Delphos fora breaking and entering case ata business in the 200 block of Elida Road investigated by thelocal police in June of this year.Ulch was located by depu-ties from the Putnam CountySheriff’s Department and turnedover to officers from the Delphosdepartment.Ulch was transported to theAllen County Jail and held with-out bail on the felony charge.
Items taken while resident moving
At 9:39 p.m. Saturday,Delphos Police were contact-ed by a resident of the 600block of West Sixth Street inreference to a theft complaint.Upon speaking with thevictim, it was learned the vic-tim was in the process of moving out of the residenceand had removed some itemsprior to the date of the report.Upon returning to the resi-dence to remove more items,it was found someone hadentered the residence and hadtaken items from inside.
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