Fall Fun Days
940 E. Fifth St., Delphos, OH 45833
Stop in and receive
FALL GIFTS& SILK ARRANGEMENTS
Refreshments, Door Prizesand Sneak Peak atHoliday Decor
Thurs. & Fri., Oct. 6 & 7 - 9am-7pmSat., Oct. 8 - 9am-2 pm
2 – The Herald Saturday, October 8, 2011
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.
Vol. 142 No. 95
Nancy Spencer, editorRay Geary, general managerDelphos Herald, Inc.Don Hemple, advertisingmanagerTiffany Brantley,
circulation managerThe Daily Herald(USPS 1525 8000) is publisheddaily except Sundays, Tuesdaysand Holidays.By carrier in Delphos andarea towns, or by rural motorroute where available $1.48 perweek. By mail in Allen, VanWert, or Putnam County, $97per year. Outside these counties$110 per year.Entered in the post officein Delphos, Ohio 45833 asPeriodicals, postage paid atDelphos, Ohio.No mail subscriptions will beaccepted in towns or villageswhere The Daily Herald papercarriers or motor routes providedaily home delivery for $1.48per week.405 North Main St.TELEPHONE 695-0015Office Hours8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.POSTMASTER:Send address changesto THE DAILY HERALD,405 N. Main St.Delphos, Ohio 45833
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Mon.: Chicken Nuggets,dinner rolls, green beans,fruit, low fat milkTues.: Turkey hot shot,bread & butter, mashedpotatoes w/gravy, peach cup,low fat milkWed.: Pepperoni pizza,tossed salad, pineapple tidbits,lowfat milkThurs. Walking taco,lettuce & cheese or sloppy jo sandwich, corn, peaches,pretzel rod, low fat milkFri.: Franklin: Hot dog,Middle & Senior: Footlonghot dog, baked beans, chips,mixed fruit, low fat milk
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Mon.: Macaroni & Cheese/roll or Cream of Potato Soup/crackers/cheese stick, pease,salad, fruit bar, milkTues.: Popcorn chickenroll or cold meat sandwich,green beans, salad, turnover,milkWed.: NO CAFETERIA -FESTIVAL PREPARATIONThurs.: NO CAFETERIA -FESTIVAL PREPARATIONFri.: NO CAFETERIA -FESTIVAL PREPARATION
Mon.: Spaghetti with meatsauce, bread stick, cheeseslice, peas, fruit, milkTues: Breaded chickenstrips, butter/peanut butterbread, french fires, fruit, milkWed: Chicken noodlesoup, crackers, butter/peanutbutter bread, carrot sticks,fruit, milkThurs.: Sausage pizza,corn, fruit, milkFri.: Macaroni & cheese,lettuce salad, butter/peanutbutter bread, fruit, milk
Chocolate, white orstrawberry milk served withall meals.Mon: Spaghetti &meatsauce, bread stick, mixedvegetables, fruitTues: Popcorn chicken,corn, dinner roll, fruiWed.: Stromboli sandwich,pease, cheese stick, fruitThurs.: Spicy chickenstrips, baked beans, dinnerroll, fruitFri.: Charbroil beef sandwich, cheese slice, greenbeans, sherbet, fruit
Mon.: Chicken patty, rice,green beans, peaches, milkTues: Pizzaburgers, tossedsalad, cookie, sherbet, milkWed: Chicken strips,augratin potatoes, butterbread, strawberry cup, milkThurs.: Corn dog, pork &beans, corn ships, peach cup,milkFri.: Pizza, chips, corn,applesauce, milk
Mon.: Taco in a bag,lettuce/cheese, corn, pears,milk (B. BBQ chickenflatbread)Tues.: Chicken strips,broccoli/cheese, bread &butter, peach crisp, applesauce,milk (B. Fiestada)Wed.: Pizza casserole,tossed salad, garlic bread,fruit sherbet cup, milk (B.Pork Tenderloin)Thur.: Hot dog/bun/coneysauce, tator tots, grapes, milk(B. Stuffed crust pizza)Fri.: Chicken nuggets,glazed carrots, cocoa bar,tropical fruit, milk (B. Ham/Swiss on pretzel bun)
Mon: Cheese Pizza, corn,applesauce, milkTues.: Macaroni & cheese,broccoli, soft pretzel rod,peaches, milkWed.: Pancakes w/syrup,sausage, 100% Merry Cherry juice, applesauce, milkThurs.: BBQ chicken pattysandwich, french fries, pears,milkFri.: Breaded chicken pattysandwich, green beans, ranchgoldfish crackers, whole fruitsour apple shape up, milk
Mon.: Cheese bread stickw/dipping sauce, broccoli &cheese, cinnamon applesauce,low fat milkTues: Walking taco w/toppings, seasoned corn,diced peaches, bread stick,low fat milkWed.: Mini corn dogs,green beans, mixed fruit, lowfat milkThurs.: French toast sticks,sausage, raspberry sherbet,diced peaches, low fat milkFri.: Chicken tenders,California blend veggie w/cheese sauce, diced pears,dinner roll, low fat milk
When I come to the endof my Journey And I travel my last weary mile, Just forget if you can,that I ever frowned And remember only thesmile. Forget unkind words I have ever spoken;Remember some good I have done Forget that I have stumbled and blundered And sometimes fell by the way.Remember I have fought some hard battles And won, ere the close of the day,Then forget to grieve for my going,I would not have you sad for a day,But in summer just gather up some flowers And remember the place where I lay, And come in the evening When the sun pans the sky in the west Stand for a few moments beside me And remember only my best
We miss you each and every day Drew, until we meet again.Loving you always,Mom, Dad, Carissa, Brayden, Amanda W, Amanda M, Justin, Cody, Casey
The following is thereport concerning construc-tion and maintenance workon state highways withinthe Ohio Department of Transportation District 1,which includes the coun-ties of Allen, Defiance,Hancock, Hardin, Paulding,Putnam, Van Wert andWyandot. This report isissued each Thursday begin-ning in April and continuesthrough November.(All work will take placeweather permitting and dur-ing daytime hours Mondaythrough Friday only unlessotherwise indicated.)
All Cuyoh 696 a Hllvllrad
closed October 4 forseven days for a projectwhich will extend a cul-vert and lower the profile of the roadway. Hillville Roadremains closed.
oh 309 (elda rad)fm rbb Avu eaw rad hw d f Lma
will berestricted to one lane in bothdirections in certain loca-tions for a safety upgradeproject. Work to install acenter-lane, concrete medi-an curb is under way. Travelslowly through the zoneand be aware of lane shifts.The center left-turn lane isclosed at various locations.The project will continueuntil November.
Puam Cuyoh 15 ju uh f oawa
will be restricted toone land through the workzone for a ditch relocation.
oh 65 a Cuy radM ad oawa
restricted during the weekfor a ditch cleaning project.
oh 189 a cf U.s. 224 ovll Cuy rad 18 rm
will be restricted to onelane of traffic beginningthis week for resurfacing.The project will continuethrough October.
Va W Cuyoh 81 bw U.s.127 ad elg
will bereduced to one lane throughthe work zone for ditchwork.
U.s. 30 fm MddlP-Wzl rad Ffhs Dlph
is reducedto one lane through the workzone for a resurfacing proj-ect. Work to be completedby early November.
oh 118 (shas) bw evrad ad Ma s
remains open to local traf-fic only during reconstruc-tion, widening, and waterline and sanitary installa-tion which began in 2010.Localized, one-block clo-sures will occur throughoutthe project. The project isexpected to be completed inOctober.
Chicken & BeefDinners
Serving: Saturday 4:30-7:00 p.m.
Sunday 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Eat Inor Carry Out
*Dinner tickets may be purchased by calling thehigh school office at 419-692-5371 or grade school office at 419-692-8561.Tickets also available in the elementary schoolhallway the days of the event.
In The Gym
Booths, CraftsCountry StoreTreasure Island
Oct. 15 & 16 Sat. & Sun.
in Cashto be given away
Delphos St. John’s
(5th grade& younger)
Only a person who has no clue who I am— well, millions, really — wouldn’t know thatI’m a dog lover — and animal lover, really. (Ilike the ducks. There’s just too many.)In another lifetime, I would be a veterinar-ian or a zookeeper or something to do with thecare of animals. Shoulda, woulda, coulda.I thoroughly enjoy the companionship Ishare with my dog and the pleasure my hus-band I get from being dog owners.I also want everyone else to enjoy my dog,too. I don’t want him to jump on people (JackRussell, hello) or make a nuisance of himself.We don’t feed him “people food” so hedoesn’t bother people when it’s time to eat.Of course his sister got people food and welearned from our mistake.We took Ringo to classes and still workwith him on his commands. Some days heworks us.I won’t fib and say he hasn’t misbehaved or jumped on someone or made a pest of himself.He has. He’s a puppy.He’s also ornery as all get out. Sometimes it just oozes out of him. He gets this little gleamin his eye and cocks his head ever so slightlyas he pins you down with his blue-black eyes.This is all the warning you get that something’sgoing to happen.On two occasions now, one of us and ourlittle guy have been confronted by someoneelse’s dog in our own yard while Ringo’s ona leash.A dog is a really big responsibility — time,money and effort.They are dogs and we are the masters. Thatmeans it’s up to us to teach the dog mannersand a cute trick or two along the way andensure their safety, health and well-being.That also means they stay on their ownproperty.We have had a dog for almost 14 years andhave never just opened the door the let oneof them out, unleashing them on people whoperhaps don’t like dogs or just don’t like some-one else’s dog in their yard or bothering theirchildren or animals.It’s a good neighbor, courteous thing.It’s also safer for the dog. That way there’sno chance of it getting hit by a car or injured insome other way.I know it’s hard to believe that everyoneelse doesn’t love your dog as much as you do.I am surprised by this on occasion myself.For whatever reason - because it’s theright thing to do, because you love your dog,because you like me — whatever; please fel-low dog owners, keep ‘em on a leash.
On theOther hand
Who let the dogs out?
Dc. 30, 1904-oc. 5, 2011
Helen L. Moorman, 106, of Dublin and formerly of Delphos,died at 9:05 p.m. Wednesday atThe Sanctuary at Tuttle Crossingin Dublin.She was born Dec. 30, 1904,in Defiance, to David and Edna(Stone) Baringer.She was married to Pleas H.Moorman, who preceded her indeath.Survivors include nephewsCarroll “Dean” (Betty) Imberand Darrell “Gene” Imber;great nieces and great nephewsCarol Imber, Sharon (Charles)Fischer, Linda (Larry) Goodwin,Diana (Walter) Reed and Nicole(Todd) Pickney; and great-greatnieces and great-great nephewsKristopher and Austin Goodwin,Tyler Reed and Joshua andJustin Pickney.She was preceded in deathby her parents, husband, andsisters, Zola Imber and ErmaZacharias.Mrs. Moorman was ahousewife and member of theOrder of the Eastern Star andFirst Presbyterian Church inDelphos.Funeral services begin at 11a.m. Monday at First PresbyterianChurch, the Rev. Harry Tolhurstofficiating. Burial will follow inWalnut Grove Cemetery.Memorials are to the church.
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So we’ll widen it. Thatway, next year, if we getthe public works Issue 1grant we applied for, it willbe ready to go,” he said.Berquist added that rightof way is restricted, so theroad can only be widened,right now, where right of way allows it. The road infront of US Bank is onlytwo-lanes and the cityowns the land in question.Berquist said what will beadded to the side of theroad is just a 4 1/2 footstrip.The city installed side-walks on Elida Avenue acouple years ago with a grantfrom the Ohio Departmentof Transportation. This pastsummer, the city also spent$19,000 to tar and chipseveral roads in town andinstalled sewer lines in theMenke housing subdivisionon W. Lincoln Highwayand along Erie Street. Bothlines were paid for with80/20 matching grants. Thecity was responsible for thelower end of the match andengineering costs, bring-ing taxpayer total for theMenke project to $23,719and the Erie Street job’slocal cost was $24,022.