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The owner of Northwest Ohio’s largest coinshop on Main Street in Delphos has boughtout a large antique store in Michigan and hasmoved the entire inventory to Delphos. Over 20 - 8 ft. tables of very unique merchandise atvery reasonable prices!
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2 – The Herald Saturday, November 27, 2010
For The Record
Vol. 141 No. 141
Nancy Spencer, editorRay Geary, general managerDelphos Herald, Inc.Don Hemple, advertisingmanagerTiffany Brantley,
William Kohl, general manager/Eagle Print
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Answers to Fridays’ questions:
The White House had electric lighting installed in1891; Hawaii’s Iolani Palace had it installed in 1887.Halle Berry, in 2005, accepted a Golden RaspberryAward for Worst Actress while clutching her previ-ously won Best Actress Oscar. The Razzie Award wasfor “Catwoman” (2004); the Oscar was for “Monster’sBall” (2001).
According to the New Testament, how many daysdid Jesus spend fasting in the wilderness?When it comes to the human body, what is an osteo-blast?
Answers in Monday’s Herald.Today’s words:Equilibrist:
a tightrope walker
slight or faint desire
Aaaaah.The Thanksgiving turkey has beendevoured along with all the trimmings.I was reflecting on how much work goesinto such an endeavor and then in a fewshort minutes, sometimes literally, it’s allover.I tried something new this year. I madedressing. To most this will not seem likesuch a big feat. To someone who has nevermade it before and wants it to be perfect, itcan be a stressor.I got the recipe for Crockpot Dressingfrom a former co-worker. She would bringit to our holiday carry-ins and we would justrave about it. We even invited her back to afew gatherings after she retired so we couldstill have her dressing. Selfish little devils,aren’t we?I knew my bird wasn’t going to be donein time to add the drippings for flavor sosomeone suggested I boil the turkey neckwith the onions and celery for flavoringinstead of just adding chicken broth. Itseemed like a good idea because I just tossthe neck in the freezer until garbage dayanyway.Now let’s get to the onion. I DETESTonions. I can’t stand them. I love the flavorthey give things and I liberally sprinkleonion powder on many things but I justcan’t stand the crunch or slimy texture of anonion. I know, tell us how you really feel.So there sat this onion in my house forseveral days. Then I actually had to touchit and chop it up. Yucko! And the tears juststreamed down my face; another reason tohate the onion. Mean little suckers. Thecelery went much smoother.I boiled the neck and veggies for a whileand threw the other ingredients togetherand then poured the neck broth, onions andcelery over everything and tossed it in thecrock pot. Like a mother hen, I checkedit often and added liquid as needed. Myhusband, who also checked it often, at onepoint told me to make sure I tell everyone itwas my first attempt. Harrumph! What didthat mean? He hadn’t even tasted it yet.When my sister-in-law arrived, I madeher do the first taste test. Mmmm. She saidit was delicious.Yes!Then she proceeded to taste it again —and again.Everyone else thought the same so theCrockpot Dressing will remain on the menufor years to come.Yes, it’s OK to try new things; but onlyif they turn out this well. Who wants to failat something like that when you’re going tohave so many critics? And then your failureremains the topic of conversation everyyear after that for an eternity. “Rememberwhen Nancy ....?”Harrumph! They’ll just have to findsomething else to talk about.
On theOther hand
Delphos City SchoolsWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Monday: Popcorn chicken,dipping sauce, bread and butter,green beans, apple crisp,lowfatmilk.Tuesday: Nachos withcheese and meatsauce, bread-sticks, corn, diced pears, lowfatmilk.
St. John’sWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Monday: Macaroni andcheese/roll or cream of potatosoup/ crackers/ cheese stick,pears, salad, fruit bar, milk.Tuesday: Hot dog sandwichor BBQ rib sandwich, bakedbeans, potato chips, salad,peaches, milk.Wednesday: Sub sandwich/lettuce/ tomato/ pickle/ onionor BBQ pork sandwich, greenbrans, salad, applesauce cup,milk.Thursday: Chili/ roll andcrackers or shredded chickensandwich, pudding, salad, turn-over, milk.Friday: Hamburger sand-wich/ pickle and onion or coldmeat sandwich, assorted fries,salad, mandarin oranges, milk.
LandeckWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Monday: Mini corn dogs,french fries, fruit, milk.Tuesday: Salsbury steak,mashed potatoes and gravy,dinner roll, fruit, milk.Wednesday: Ham sandwich,baked beans, fruit, milk.Thursday: Chicken pattysandwich, corn, fruit, milk.Friday: Macaroni andcheese, butter/peanut butter bread, green beans, fruit, milk.
Fort JenningsWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Chocolate, white or strawber-ry milk served with all meals.H.S. - Ala Carte - Pretzeland cheese available everyFriday; Salad bar with fruit andmilk for $2.00 available everyWednesday.Monday: French toast sticks,sausage link, mixed vegetables,fruit.Tuesday: Chicken gravyover mashed potatoes, carrots,dinner roll, fruit.Wednesday: Sausage pizza,corn, coco raisin bar, fruit.Thursday: Cheesy rotini,breadstick, green beans, fruit.Friday: Breaded chickensandwich, baked beans, cookie,fruit.
OttovilleWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Monday: Pizza, corn chips,corn, pineapple, milk.Tuesday: Salisbury steak,mashed potatoes w/gravy, but-ter bread, peaches, milk.Wednesday: Spaghetti,breadstix, green beans, apple-sauce, milk.Thursday: Popcorn chicken,baked potatoe, butter bread,strawberries, milk.Friday: Hamburger, tator tots, jello, corn, milk.
LincolnviewWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Monday: Hamburger/bun,french fries, peaches, milk.Tuesday: Chicken strips,sweet potato casserole, breadand butter, applesauce, milk.
Elida Elementary,Middle and High SchoolWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Daily every student is offeredthe choice of four differentlunches. These include the oneprinted here, pizza lunch, sand-wich lunch or chef salad lunch.Monday: Cheeseburger wich pickle, waffle fries, assort-ed fruit, lowfat milk.Tuesday: Assorted chicken,seasoned corn, raspberry sher-bet, dinner roll, lowfat milk.Wednesday:Thursday:Friday:
Gomer Week of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Monday: Hamburger withpickle, waffle fries, assortedfruit, lowfat milk.Tuesday: Assorted chicken,seasoned corn, raspberry sher-bet, dinner roll, lowfat milk.
SpencervilleWeek of Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Monday: Grilled cheesesandwich, tomato soup, goldfishcrackers, pears, milk.Tuesday: Chicken fajita, softshell with toppings, corn, apple-sauce, milk.Wednesday: JohnnyMarzetti, salad with veggies,garlic bread, peaches, milk.Thursday: Hamburger sand-wich, French fries, applesauce,milk.Friday: Wedge slice, cheesepizza, green beans, pears, milk.
Taking a isk, dessing it twice
Jean L., 81, of Spencerville, funeral ser-vices will be held at 10:30a.m. Monday in the ThomasE. Bayliff Funeral Home inSpencerville, Pastor TomShobe officiating. Burial willfollow in the SpencervilleCemetery. Friends may callfrom 6-9 p.m. Sunday andafter 9:30 a.m. Monday at thefuneral home. Memorials areto the Gideons or to NazareneChurch in Spencerville.
, William F.,79, of Delphos, Mass of Christian Burial begins at 9:30a.m. today at St. John theEvangelist Catholic Church,the Rev. Melvin Verhoff offi-ciating. Burial will followin Resurrection Cemetery.Memorials are to St. John’sChurch, St. John’s School orAmerican Cancer Society.
CLEVELAND (AP) — The winning numbers inFriday evening’s drawing of the Ohio LotteryRolling Cash 509-17-26-36-39Estimated jackpot: $110,000Pick 35-5-5Pick 49-5-6-5Ten OH07-08-09-10-18-23-27-30-31-34-38-44-46-47-63-65-71-72-73-75
ness has started to pick up again.“This year we’ll do more.”The strong Black Fridaybuilds on retailers’ momentumafter a solid start to November.Shoppers who can afford it arebuying more nonessentials, like jewelry and luxury goods.“Last year, consumers wereextremely into the basics, thesocks, the pillows,” said KeithJelinek, director of the globalretail practice at consultingfirm AlixPartners. “This year,they’re hungry to dress uptheir wardrobes, their homes.Shoppers were buying itemswith a little more pizazz, trend-ier sweaters, sheets in higherthread counts.”He cautioned that they’renot looking to replace every-thing — just looking for afew special items. “They’restill very value-conscious,” headded.Macy’s CEO TerryLundgren said there were 7,000people outside its Manhattanflagship store for its 4 a.m.opening, up from 5,000 peoplea year ago.“The difference betweenthis year and last year was thatlast year, people had a budgetand a list. They’re doing thesame thing this year but they’realso buying for themselves,” hesaid. Among some of the hotsellers were a luggage set for$49.99 and $39.99 cashmeresweaters.He noted that two groupsthat helped fuel customer traf-fic were young shoppers, ages15 to 25, and men, both of whom were buying for them-selves.Sharply reduced prices onflat-screen TVs helped fuelmany stores’ sales, accord-ing to Marshal Cohen, marketresearch analyst at NPD GroupInc. Stores were grappling witha glut of TVs heading into theseason because they had over-estimated consumer demand.Research firm ShopperTrakis expected to release BlackFriday data on Saturday, buta full picture of how retailersfared for the overall weekendwon’t be known until Thursdaywhen major retailers reporttheir monthly sales results.For the economy, the ques-tion remains: Will shopperskeep it up?Nearly 15 million peopleremain unemployed, andconcerns about job securitycloud consumer confidence.Spending is picking up but hasnot returned to pre-recessionlevels. And shoppers haven’tlet go of many cautious hab-its learned from the GreatRecession.(Continued from Page 1)
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