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Items accepted for consignment include, but are not limited to:
- Clothing for all ages and sizes! Must be in clean, wearable condition.
- Toys, games/puzzles must be clean and have all parts/pieces in original box
or Ziploc. Batteries, if req'd., are to be included.
- Baby equipment/furniture must not be on recalled list. Car seats within
4 yrs. of manufacturers' expiration are acceptable. Crib w/mattress:
Mattress must be in excellent condition.
- Household items such as pictures, frames, decorative pieces, lamps, etc.
- Hand tools (non-electric) in clean/safe working condition.
- Any large items such as cabinets, bookshelves, furniture pieces, large tools,
etc need to be discussed with The Penguin Peddler management team
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105 N. Water S., Paulding
419-567-4129
Store Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 10a - 6p
Saturday 10a - 3p
Closed Sunday and Monday
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book for sale!
$15 hardbound +
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419-647-4940
1251 N. Williams, Paulding, OH
419-399-3136
Mon-Sat. 7:30-7:30
Sun. 11:00 - 4:00
Paulding Ace Hardware
Mums - Many colors & Sizes
Pumpkins, Gourds & Indian Corn
Corn Shocks & Straw Bales
For all your Fall Decorating Needs!
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FALL TIRESALE!
Check our Low Prices
BF Goodrich Michelin Uniroyal MasterCraft
Bridgestone & All Major Brands
Alignments 4/Wheel & 2/Wheels....$49.95
Alignments...$29.95 With purchase of 4 new tires
Wiper Blades....$12.00 For a set. (Excludes curves) Free Installation
Coolant Flush....$49.95
Batteries....$104.00 3 yr. warranty includes installation
Give Your Car the Best Treatment Use Valvoline Synthetic
Blend Oil...$18.95 (5 Qt. System) Includes Free Brake Inspection
BOYD AUTOMOTIVE LTD.
We Beat All Competitors Pricing
Full Service Low Prices
419-399-AUTO (2886)
221 W. Perry St., Paulding, OH
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Auto & Light Truck Repair
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Computerized Diagnostic Oil Change
Tune Up Brakes Exhaust
Electrical Engine & Transmission
Affordable Quality Repairs
Domestic & Foreign Repair
ASE MASTER CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN
Dont over pay! Call us today!
621 Flatrock Drive, Paulding, OH
419-399-3077
Mon.-Frl. 9-5; 5aI. 8-12
K of C Fish Fry
Friday, October 4th, 2013
Lunch 11am-1pm Dinner 4pm-7pm
FISH (all you can eat)
FRENCH FRIES/BAKED POTATO
CORN/BAKED BEANS
COLE SLAW
COFFEE/JUICE (POP EXTRA)
Adult Dinner........$8.50
Seniors 60+ Dinner..$8.00
Kids (5-12)............$3.75
Under 5................FREE
Fish Only........$8.50/lb.
French Fries...$3.00/boat
Adult Dinners, Kids Dinners and Fish by the lb. are available for carryout.
K of C Hall located 1 mile south of Paulding on US 127
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PAULDING, OHIO
45879
PERMIT #12
P.O. Box 180 - PAULDING, OHIO - 45879 - 419-399-4015
Classifieds get the job done! Buy Sell Trade Rent Hire
ECRWSS
CHURCH - $69,900 NEGO-
TIABLE; Concession stand,
$7,000; BBQ smoker, $4,000.
Call Pastr Dwayne 419-796-
8718 4ctf
NEED A UNIQUE GIFT for a
birthday, anniversary, retire-
ment or other occasion? Get a
Progress photo of family,
friends, sports, scenes and
special events professionally
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days. Visit www.progressnews-
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button to view our photo gal-
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$125 QUEEN PILLOWTOP
MATTRESS SET. New in
plastic, can deliver 260-493-
0805. 5p4
YEARS AGO ANTIQUE
MALL, 108 W. Main Street,
Van Wert (419) 238-3362,
30+ Dealers. Closed Tues-
days. Buy & Sell. 27ctf
MANZ HEATING AC &
PLUMBING- Free Estimates.
419-786-8752.
Kevi n.Manz@Yahoo.com
46ctf
AL GRIFFITHS CON-
STRUCTION: Windows, light
electrical, drywall, siding,
doors and more. Call Al for
your repair or construction
needs. 419-506-2102 51ctf
2 BDRM GROUND FLOOR
APT in Paulding. 419-399-
7181. 6ctf
3 BDRM HOUSE FOR
RENT in country.
$450/month, no pets. If inter-
ested, send name and phone
number to: PO Box 16, Mel-
rose, OH 45861 6p2
NORTH GARDEN PLACE
APTS. located on N. Main
St. in Antwerp, OH. has
apartments available. Rent is
based on income. Rental As-
sistance may be available.
For more information please
call (419) 258-2603. This in-
stitution is an equal opportu-
nity provider, and employer.
Handicap accessible - Equal
Housing Opportunity. 6c3
2 BDRM HOUSE TRAILER
for rent in rural Broughton
area. PRETTY SETTING.
$400/month plus deposit.
419-438-5850 5c3
3 BDRM, 1 1/2 BATH, w/d,
A/C, newly redecorated, new
carpet, yard, garage in
Paulding. No pets & refer-
ences. 419-399-3329. 5ctf
NOW LEASING: ONE &
TWO BEDROOM APART-
MENTS. Deposit, lease, ref-
erences, credit, and
background check required.
No pets allowed. Please call
Straley Apts. at 419-399-
4444 or 419-399-3721 for
more information 2ctf
ROOMMATE WANTED to
share expenses, Private
bathrooms. 419-263-
2780. 2ctf
2 BDRM. APARTMENTS
FOR RENT in Paulding and
Defiance. Please call Jodi at
419-399-2419 for more de-
tails. 43ctf
IN PAULDING - Whispering
Pines - 2 bdrm. Call 419-
670-4655 or 419-399-2419
47ctf
PAULDING STORAGE
CENTER: Now renting stor-
age units. Different sizes
available. Call 419-399-2419
for info. 18ctf
PAULDING MINI STORAGE
UNITS. Located at south
side of Paulding on US 127.
Various sizes. Please call 419-
399-4444 or 419-399-3721
20ctf
R&R Employment/R&R
Medical Staffing. Open Inter-
views, Oct. 3rd, 11-2pm. San-
itation, Maintenance,
Production Workers,
Billing/Coders, PRN, CNA,
LPN, RN, HK, and Dietary. Ac-
cepting applications for CNA
classes starting November!
Apply online www.rremploy-
ment.com or call 419-232-
2008. 6c1
FAST PACED LOCAL BUSI-
NESS hiring F/T and P/T ex-
perienced industrial
embroidery operators. Highly
motivated & energetic appli-
cants needed. Health insur-
ance, 401K, paid holidays, &
vacations. Apply in person at
Universal Lettering Company,
1197 Grill Road Unit B, Van
Wert 6c1
6 ACRE LOT, 1.5 mi west of
Arthur. (22782 SR 637)
$21,900 - $500 down, $249
mo; 3 ACRE LOT 3 miles
south of Sherwood (county Rd
115) $11,900 - $500 down,
$149 mo. 828-884-6627. 49ctf
NEW LISTING - BEAUTIFUL
3 BDRM, 1 1 /2 BATH RANCH
HOME. Great location, 735
Tom Tim Dr., near school &
park. Lg. backyard overlooking
pond & forest. Home includes
lg. eat-in kitchen, lg. family
room, living room & den.
$130,000. Call
419-576-7758 to tour. 51ktf
ONE FREE TIGER kitten to
inside home. Call after
4:30pm. 419-399-3388. 6k1
If interested in a FREE KJV
Bible or childrens story
Bible, please contact 419-
786-9309. We welcome loca-
tions interested in helping to
distribute Bibles. 6k1
COINS, ANTIQUES, OLD
KNIVES, postcards, OLD
toys, jewelry, watches,
stamps, estates. Austin White
419-399-3353 52c6
Oct. 2-4, 9am-5pm. 733
Emerald Rd., Paulding.
Lots of new stuff! 6p1
Nice Stuff! Priced Cheap!
Roll top desk, coins, vacuum,
TV jacks, household items,
adult clothes, movies, books,
lots of misc. Fri., Oct. 4,
8:30am-6pm. 851 Johnson
Rd. Paulding. 6c1
Huge garage & Bake Sale.
9am-5pm, Oct. 1, 2, & 3.
Clothing, home decor, bed-
ding, small aplliances, furni-
ture, misc. Located corner
of Rd. 82 and Rd. 123, 1
miles south of Broughton -
Vaughn Sanderson home.
All proceeds to Mt. Zion
Church. 6k1
Seaside decor,
furniture/rugs, bedding,
clothes girls, ladies 2x and
lots more. OCT. 3-4, 9AM-
6PM. 410 W. HARRISON,
PAULDING. Parsons &
Banks. 6p1
Garage sale at 14795 RD.
210, CECIL, OH 45821.
OCT. 2, 3, 4 FROM 8:30-5.
Girls clothes size 6-8, boy
clothes size 4-7, womens
dress pants size 10-12,
dress shirts - lg. Lots of fic-
tion books, toys, lots of misc.
items. 6p1
Charter Bus Tours. Oct.
11Doug Gabriel from Bran-
sonBear Creek Farms--
$89 Jan 8-26Ft. Myer
Beach, Fl. Feb. 17-24
Panama City & Panama
Canal June 20-July 2
Alaska9 day inland4 day
cruise--$4,519. Call for new
detailed fliers. Evelyns Ex-
cursions 419-737-2055
Ivah Lothamer399-2386
www.evelynsexcursions.c
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FOR SALE
SERVICES
ANTIQUES
FOR RENT
HELP WANTED
HOME FOR SALE
FREE ZONE
WANTED TO BUY
LOTS FOR SALE
GARAGE SALES
TRAVEL
CLASSIFIEDS
CLASSIFIEDS
S & S SANITATION
Serving Northwest Ohio
Roll-off containers available, Commercial
and Residential Clean-up
1-888-596-3805
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Pet Grooming
Large & Small
We do them all
Cats &
Dogs
*Bathing, Nails,
Glands & Grooming
Phone: 419-399-3389
Wannemacher
Garage Sale
5816 S.R.500- Payne
Oct. 3,4,5
Thur & Fri (9-6) Sat (9-12)
Oval pedestal mirror, Long-
berger Baskets, Wood end
Table, Slate end table, (2)
end table lamps, Floor Lamp,
Rocking Chair, 9 1/2 Ft. X-
mas Tree, X-mas Lights, Bed
Rail, picture frames, vases,
pictures, books, tapes, movie
camera, full size blanket, &
quilt, stuffed animals, kids
puzzles, jewelry box, tricycle,
and clothes sizes 6 mon. - 2
XL. No checks please. 6p1
Beer & Food Pairing
October 5th 7 - 10 pm
JOHN PAULDING HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM
600 Fairgrounds Drive Paulding
Tickets Prices
$20 pre-sale
$25 at the door
Can purchase from
Puckerbrush Pizzeria 419-236-2626
Ashley Doctor 419-406-0911
Kim Sutton 419-576-7915
Gene Olwin 419-263-2750
YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT STORE
THE PROFESSIONALS
WINDOWS ROOFING SIDING FENCING
The Quality Door Place
Garage Doors & Operators Entrance & Storm Doors
Wood Steel Painting Available Insulation
Aluminum Railing Awnings Rubber Roofing Decks Fence
1034 Westwood Dr.
Van Wert, OH 45891
Phone: (419)238-9795
Toll Free: (800)216-0041
1640 Baltimore St.
Defiance, OH 43512
Phone: (419)782-1181
Toll Free: (800)888-9838
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METAL ROOFING
Specializing in Metal Roofs:
Residential Roofs
Barn Restoration
Churches
25502 River Rd.. Woodburn, IN 46797
Cell 260-580-4087
millersmetalroofing.com
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3 miles west of Defiance, OH - off Rd. 424 on Krouse Rd.
Apple Butter
Crafters
$2 Train Rides
Petting Zoo
Antique/Garden
Tractor Pulls
Civil War Encampment
Much More
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NO PETS OR ALCOHOL
F
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Historic
Auglaize Village
October
5 & 6
10:00 a.m.
until
5:00 p.m.
Auglaize Village
Event of the Year
Brumback Library
Fall Book Sale
SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 2013
9:00 A.M.3:00 P.M.
BRUMBACK LIBRARY READING ROOM
For further information, call
419.238.2168
www.brumbacklib.com
215 West Main St.
Van Wert, Ohio
00075732
POND STOCKING
and SUPPLIES
Fish Pick-up Dates
Sept. 28, & Oct. 5, 12, 19
Amur, minnows, blue tilapia &
other varieties. Aeration Sys-
tems, Windmills, Fountains.
Free Brochure
419-532-2335
remlingershfarm.com
West of Kalida on U.S. Route 224

THANKS!
We would like to thank
the Manzes and the
Apostolic Church for
such a kind and
generous gift. Always
a reminder.
Thanks again.
Love,
Pat & Paige Sprow
Amish Contractors - Residential & Commercial
Driveways Patios Sidewalks Walls
Decorative Concrete Foundations Renovations
Room Additions Garages
Free Estimates Licensed & Insured 260-403-4231
www.concreteandmorenow.com
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419.238.1580
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HEITMEYER
FUNERAL HOME
610 Walnut Street
Oakwood, Ohio
419-594-3660
Full Service Funeral Home
Pre-Arrangement Specialists
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ANTWERP, OHIO
419-258-1640
Geothermal Gas Electric
Hormanns
HEATING & COOLING
Chevrolet Buick GMC
BODY SHOP
Your Premier Collision Center!
State of the Art Paint Booth
New Ultra Liner Frame Machine
Free Loaners & Free Estimates
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1255 N. Williams St. Paulding 1-800-399-2071
We are now a Dupont Performance
Alliance Member which means you
get a Lifetime Guarantee
on your paint job!
OIL CHANGES
$
12.95*
EVERYDAY
Up to 5 quarts with filter.
Excludes diesels, synthetic and dexos oils.
$15.00 discount on all excluded oil changes.
UP TO
$100 REBATE
ON A SET OF 4
SELECT TIRES
Stykemain
Price Match
Guarantee
Stykemain Chevrolet In Paulding Will
Match Or Beat Any Competitive Service
Departments Total Repair Price!*
*Includes all shop fees on any repair of GM vehicles. Customer must
present in writing to Stykemain a complete estimate of the repair
including all part numbers and total labor hours in advance of the
customer giving Stykemain authorization for repairs.
Lifetime
FREE car
washes w/ any
New or Used
purchased
TRANSMISSION
FLUSH
$114.95
North on US Hwy. 127, Paulding www.stykemainchevy.com
M.L. Zehr Construction
The quality of our work speaks for itself and
will remain long after.
Metal Frame Buildings
Pole Barns
Commercial & Residential,
30+ years experience
Free Estimates
25720 Notestine Rd., Woodburn, IN 46797
(260) 433-5628 Mon.-Fri. 6:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
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Land
Auction
Auction Parcels 1-5 are located in and adjacent to Charloe in Sec. 7,8,17 & 18, Brown
Twp., Paulding Co., OH. 7 mi east of Paulding on Rd. C-138 (Charloe Trail) - watch
for auction signs
Auction Parcel 1 96+- Acres with frontage on Rd 138 and Rd 163 / canal; USDA soil
survey indicates type soil; FSA indicates 80+- tillable acres with a wooded area with ditch
traversing the farm
A Gorrell Bros. Representative will be at Auction Parcel 1
on Rd. T-163 (Canal Rd.) on Sat., Oct. 12
From 12:00 Noon until 2:00 P.M.
Or Call The Office For Auction Information
Auction Parcel 2 65+- Acres with frontage on Rd 163 / canal; FSA indicates nearly
all tillable
Auction Parcel 3 36+- Acres that lays "back in the farm" with a 30 ft. lane to Rd 171
(River Road); FSA indicates 20+- tillable acres with a nice wooded area with deep ravine
traversing the property; nice recreational piece with tillable acres.
Auction Parcel 4 65+- Acres with frontage on Rd 171 (River Road); FSA indicates
nearly all tillable.
Auction Parcel 5 6+ Acres with frontage on Rd 171 (River Road) - nice little parcel
within the Plat of Charloe with view of the Auglaize River
Auction Parcel 6 is located in Sec. 25, Auglaize Twp. at the southwest side of Junction
on CR 111
Auction Parcel 6 63.65+- Acres with frontage on CR 111; FSA indicates 60.48+- till-
able acres, of which 24.39+- acres are included in a Conservation Reserve Program Con-
tract that expires in 2021 -call for CRP information.
Auction Parcels 7,8 & 9 are located in Sec. 31 & 36, Auglaize Twp. - 2 mi. south of
Junction or 3 mi. north of Charloe on Rd. 163 (Miami / Erie canal road)
Auction Parcel 7 15+- acres with frontage on Rd. T-168 mostly wooded tract with
creek frontage, land at both road level and creek level .... Nice recreational piece that
probably won't bring much money.
Auction Parcel 8 78+- acres north of Rd 156 & west of Rd. 163 with frontage on Rd
156 and Rd 163; FSA indicates 69+-tillable acres
Auction Parcel 9 56+- acres north of Rd. 156 & east of Rd. 163 with frontage on Rd.
156 and Rd 163 / canal; FSA indicates 49+- tillable acres
Auction Procedure: The auction will be conducted using a Multi Parcel Bidding System for
Parcels 1 through 8 with the bidder being able to bid on one, all, or any combination of
Auction Parcels during the entire Auction Process, and individual parcel bidding only for
Parcel 9, which will require a parcel split & is being offered subject to seller obtaining a
parcel split - call for details. Terms: $7,000 earnest money for each Parcel except Parcel
5 ($2,000 earnest money for Parcel 5) on the day of auction upon the signing of the pur-
chase agreement with the balance due at closing on or before Nov. 26, 2013 (except Parcel
9) upon delivery of warranty deeds and certificates of title. Possession: At closing or as
the 2013 crops are harvested, whichever occurs last. Auction Location: Gorrell Bros. Auction
Facility -1201 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH- free refreshments. Seller: Ryan P. Cunningham,
Trustee..... Troth Law Office, LLC - Glenn H. Troth, Attorney for Seller .... Gorrell Bros.
Auctioneers; Don Gorrell, Sale Mgr; Larry D. Gorrell, Broker; Sandra Mickelson - Stephen
Sprow - Joe Barker - Aaron Timm - Nolan Shisler - Auctioneers
Sat., Oct. 26 @ 9:00 A.M.
460+- Acres
Wooded Recreational Farm Land
Offered in 9 Parcels and Combinations
with sizes From 6+- acres to 96+- acres
#1579 4 bdrm, 2 bath
home, kitchen/dining with
f/place, family room,
garage has heater &
pull down stair to attic,
recent roof & siding;
Rural Antwerp. JUST
REDUCED $79,900!
Call Sandra/Tamyra
419-506-1015
To see nice color pictures & interior shots of properties offered
by Gorrell Bros. go to: www.gorrellbros-paulding.com
Multiple Listing
Service
#1561 9574 S.R. 500
Paulding... 3 bdrm, 1.5
bath home w/ ptl. bsmt.,
C/A, wood deck, lg. mas-
ter bedroom w/ half bath.
New Price $133,000...
Call Joe Den Herder
#1549 Remodeled 3
BR, 1-1/2 bath home,
immediate posses-
sion, $79,000 - Must
See .... Call Don
Gorrell 419-399-7699
#1600 Nice 3 BR, 2 1/2
bath tri-level home at
11749 Rd. 132, Pldg.
2,080 sq. ft., w /
updates thru-out.
Beautiful landscaping.
Must see - Call Don
Gorrell 419-399-7699
Call Gorrells to get your home sold TODAY!
#1602 New Listing! 6 mile SW of Payne. 1.5 Acre
Country, 3 bdrm home w/ unfinished attic for pos-
sible 4th! Lg. utility, eat-in kitchen, C/A, 24 x30
pole bldg/garage. $57,000. Call Sandra/ Tamyra
419-506-1015
#1603 New Listing! 312 S. Laura St., Payne.
Newer roof, siding, gutters, windows. Nice heat-
ed garage. Only $42,500. Call Aaron 419-769-
5808
#1601 10 acres w/
woods, lg. pond, 30x
36 building, beautiful
home, lg. deck w/hot
tub. 3 bdrms, 2 baths,
SW of Antwerp.
$197,500. Call Sandra/
Tamyra 419-506-1015
#1580 Great architectur-
al lines, manicured lawn,
3 bdrm, 2 bath, family
room, covered rear
patio, newer kitchen, lg.
concrete drive, Paulding.
$89,900. Call Sandra/
Tamyra 419-506-1015
100 East Jackson St., Paulding, Ohio
419-399-4444
www.straleyrealestateinc.com
STRALEY REAL ESTATE
PLEASE CALL
Carolyn Straley @ 419-769-1352 or 419-399-3721,
Matt Straley @ 419-785-5161 or Rudy Straley @ 419-769-8996
for information concerning buying, qualifying for loan or selling
3 BEDROOM, ranch style
home having central air, large
living dining room combina-
tion, separate laundry and a 2
car garage located on a cor-
ner lot in Paulding. #354
3 BEDROOM 1.5 bath home
basement, attached 24 x 28
garage and a 12x12 storage
building. Location is in
Paulding on West Perry St.
#351
BUI LDI NG SI TE (108 x
132) on the NE Corner of
Perry and Coupland Streets
in Paulding. #350
10+ ACRES: 3 bedroom 2
bath home with a 3rd bath
space in the full basement
thats studded, insulated and
ready to finish. The great room
has a fireplace and large win-
dows overlooking the pond.
Theres also central heat and
air, extra electric service for
future uses and more for you to
see. Located on Road 176 in
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#353
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132 near the Paulding
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has many features for those
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Also, there's more acreage
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1131 EMERALD ROAD,
Paulding- 3 bedroom 2 bath
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Faculty, staff, and students at all three
Wayne Trace Local School buildings
continue to work hard everyday. Educating
our youth is and always will be a team effort,
with continued cooperation and communi-
cation needed between parents and school
personnel. The more we stay informed about
our children`s education, the more we can
help pave the way to a successful school
experience. As I`ve stated many times, Ieel
free to frequently communicate with your
child(ren)`s teachers concerning educational
and co-curricular issues.
As you can see by reading this month`s
newsletter, we have partnered with the
Paulding Progress to bring the newsletter
into the homes of all Wayne Trace residents.
The newsletter will appear in both the
Weekly Reminder (normally delivered to all
Paulding County mailboxes on Saturdays)
and the regular Progress publication
(normally delivered to subscribers on
Wednesdays). This new format brings a
financial savings to our district, while still
providing a quality product to all residents.
Fall is right around the corner, signifying
the beginning of shorter days and longer
nights. As we continue to make safety a high
priority, parents are encouraged to remind
their student-drivers to use the 'deIensive
approach when operating a motor vehicle.
As you`re well aware by now, texting while
driving is a violation in the state of Ohio, and
drivers under the age of eighteen can be
pulled over simply for this violation. Parents
are highly encouraged to remind their
student-drivers of the dangers involved in
driving at night or in the early morning,
especially when other young people are also
in the vehicle. Texts can and should wait.
Everyone plays a part in getting students to
and from school safely.
In other safety news, our entire district staff
recently participated in a full-day ALICE
training, led by Sheriff Jason Landers and
Captain Shane Dyson. Over the next few
weeks, our teachers and principals will work
at the building levels to develop guidelines
and practice with students on how to react in
the event an intruder enters one of our school
buildings. Through this training and prac-
tice, we hope to be prepared for such an
event should it ever occur.
In academic news, Wayne Trace continues
to move forward in the Race to the Top
program. We`re now in the Iourth year oI a
four-year commitment, and we`ve estab-
lished three goals for this school year:
1.) To develop teacher evaluation language
as part of the new OTES model; 2.) To help
teachers develop student learning outcomes,
which evaluate student growth over a period
of time; and 3.) To plan and facilitate profes-
sional development days at the district level.
Our Race to the Top transformation team has
made a positive academic difference in the
three years of its existence, and we look
forward to finishing what we started three
years ago.
For those of you who may have missed the
second home football game, we are proud to
have enshrined Mr. Jerry Cox and Mr. Terry
Miller into the Wayne Trace Staff Hall of
Fame. Congratulations to them and their
families.
Our teaching staff has several new teachers
this year. As part of being an entry-level
teacher, the Ohio Department of Education
has outlined a 'Teacher-Mentor Program.
Experienced teachers work with inexperi-
enced, developing teachers right in the class-
room of the new teachers. As part of this
program, experienced teachers may
videotape the new teachers presenting a
lesson to students. Notice: If you do not
want your child to appear in any of these
confidential videos of new teachers, contact
your child(ren)`s building principal(s) in
writing, stating that you do not want your
child to appear in a video. If we do not hear
from you within a reasonable amount of
time, then we will consider it acceptable for
your child(ren) to appear in these videos.
Please understand: These videos are com-
pletely confidential, with the sole purpose of
the videos being to help inexperienced
teachers improve, not to record the behavior
of the students.
We have several extra-curricular and
co-curricular events planned over the next
several weeks. One big upcoming event is
Homecoming week, scheduled for the week
of September 23-28. Please consider coming
out to support our students in their many
endeavors. Everyone benefits.
As always, if you have questions or con-
cerns about your child`s educational experi-
ence at Wayne Trace, feel free to contact
your building principal or superintendent.

Consumer Notice of Tap Water Results
Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School is a
public water system responsible for provid-
ing drinking water that meets state and
federal standards. In order to satisfy the
Ohio EPA requirements, the water at the
Jr./Sr. High School must be tested for lead on
a regular basis. The results of the test
showed our water values ARE within the
EPA guidelines.
In accordance with OAC Rule 3745-81-85,
we must inform you that our water has been
tested and does not exceed the levels set by
the EPA. For more information, please
contact Winston Gross at 419-263-2913,
or visit US EPA`s web site at:
www.epa.gov/lead

WT GROVER HILL ELEMENTARY
Kevin E. Wilson, Principal
It is hard to believe October is here
already. It seems like the school year just
started. As the first quarter comes to an end
on October 18, it is only fitting that a time
for parents and teachers to sit down and dis-
cuss student progress is scheduled. Parent-
Teacher Conferences will be on Wednesday,
October 30, from 5:30 to 8:30 and again on
Thursday, October 31, from 1:00 to 8:00.
The WTGH goal for this year is 100% parent
participation, and so we would like to
encourage all parents to take some time and
make sure to schedule a conference.
The month of October also brings about the
beginning of OAA testing for our third
graders. This year the third grade class will
be introduced to the OAA test on October 8,
when they take the OAA Reading test. This
is the first of two opportunities for the third
grade students, as they will take the OAA
again in the spring. Data from this first OAA
test will be important data as we look to meet
the needs of each and every student.
The PTO fundraiser is wrapping up. All
orders must be turned in by October 3 to
ensure the delivery on October 13. The staff
and I would like to take this time to THANK
the PTO for all that they do for WTGH
students and staff. Also, on behalf of the
PTO, I would like to thank the WTGH
community members for their support.


WT PAYNE ELEMENTARY
Jody L. Dunham, Principal
It`s been an exciting start to the school
year. We have 25 new students enrolled at
Wayne Trace Payne Elementary. It is won-
derful to have so many new students join us
this year. We welcome these students to our
Raider family!
Our fall AIMSweb and ODE Diagnostic
assessments have been completed. The data
collected from this process will guide
specific targeted instruction to meet the
needs of all students. It will also give us data
for monitoring on-going improvement of
skills. Ohio`s new Third Grade Reading
Guarantee directs schools to identify which
students in kindergarten through grade three
are having trouble reading and then give
them extra reading help right away. The
goal is to get these boys and girls caught up
in reading as soon as possible.
Third grade students will be taking the
required fall administration of the reading
subtest for the Ohio Achievement Assess-
ment on Tuesday, October 8. The assess-
ment will be administered in the morning.
Please plan doctor and dentist appointments
outside of the assessment time.
We wish to sincerely thank the Wayne
Trace Payne Elementary PTO for the time
and hard work that they have put into
upgrading our school playground. Prior to
the start of the 2013-2014 school year, PTO
President Amy Klinker brought together
parent volunteers to remove broken play-
ground equipment and to paint existing
monkey bars and the merry-go-round. Over
the Labor Day weekend, Mrs. Klinker coor-
dinated a team to replace a broken tunnel and
a bridge on our main playground apparatus.
This was no small feat as the combined
weight of the tunnel and bridge exceeded
430 pounds. We also want to thank
Homier & Sons, Inc. for providing a fork lift
to unload this heavy pallet from the delivery
truck. II you haven`t already, please
consider becoming part of this important
organization.
Thank you to all of our Grandparents who
were able to come and join us for our Grand-
parents` Days in September. It is always Iun
for the students to have their Grandparents
come to school.
We look forward to our upcoming Parent-
Teacher Conferences. We value this time of
collaboration between teachers and families.
Please watch for information to come home
with your child to schedule your conference.
We have had an amazing first month of
school. Thank you for your strong support
of Wayne Trace Payne Elementary!


WT JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL
Greg Leeth, Principal
It is that time of year that students and
teachers have settled into their school routine
and soon progress reports will be sent out for
the first quarter grading period. In fact, the
first quarter grading period ends on Friday,
October 18. As always, parents, I urge you
to have regular communication with your
child`s teachers and to use ProgressBook to
monitor your child`s academic progress.
Additionally, parents have the opportunity
to communicate with teachers and to monitor
academic progress by participating in Parent-
Teacher Conferences. Forms to schedule
conferences with teachers have been sent
home with students. Parents, make sure to
ask your children for the form. Conferences
will be held on October 30 from 5:30-8:00
p.m. and on October 31 from 1:00-8:00 p.m.
School will not be in session for students on
October 31 and November 1.
Another round of testing occurs near the
end of October. The fall administration for
the Ohio Graduation Tests will begin on
October 28 and end November 8. Junior and
senior students who have one or more tests to
pass will be tested within this test window.
We were recently informed that we have
been selected to receive a $25,000 grant for
Math Mania through America`s Farmers
Grow Rural EducationSM, sponsored by the
Monsanto Fund. Money from the grant will
be used to purchase technology hardware and
software and to pay for professional develop-
ment for teachers. The purpose of the pro-
ject is to use technology as part of the
instructional delivery to support the curricu-
lum and increase student achievement in
math as demonstrated on state tests. I want
to thank all of those teachers who worked
hard to write the grant and the Monsanto
Company for the generous donation. Repre-
sentatives from Monsanto will be at the high
school on October 18 to present a check for
$25,000.
Parents of juniors: The junior class oper-
ates the concession stand for many athletic
events. All juniors have been informed that
not only do they have the opportunity to help
raise money for their class for prom but also
the opportunity to earn rewards such as free
tickets to prom and having their cap and
gown paid for their senior year. All juniors
are asked to work five athletic events and
should sign up to work in Ms. Katy
Scarbrough`s classroom.
Lastly, I want to thank the community for
the tremendously positive start to the school
year. We have much to be proud of at
Wayne Trace Local Schools, and you are an
integral part of our success!


AFTER-PROM MEETING
A Parent After-Prom meeting will be held
on Monday, October 28, at 6:30 p.m. in the
High School Lecture Hall. All parents of
juniors and seniors are welcome and
encouraged to attend! Let`s work together
to make this year`s AIter-Prom event the best
in WT history!

GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT NEWS
Sarah Franz, Guidance Counselor
Students have the opportunity to meet with
representatives from several colleges and
universities throughout October. Those com-
ing in October are: Defiance College, Wright
State, Institute of Theraputic Massage,
St. Francis, Lourdes, Ball State, Heidelberg,
and University of Toledo. Dates and times
are posted on the Junior/Senior bulletin
board and are on announcements throughout
the month. Students can sign up in the Guid-
ance Office.
The next ACT test date is October 26, and
the registration deadline is September 27.
December 14 is the date set for the following
ACT test, with a registration deadline of
November 8.
The next driver`s education classes availa-
ble at Wayne Trace will be the first two
weeks of December. Students must by 15
years and 5 months old to take the class.
Classes are provided by Safe Start Driving
School in Antwerp.

Oct. 1 FFA Greenhand Camp
Oct. 2 TWO-HOUR DELAY
(Teacher in-service)
Oct. 2 District FFA Soil Judging
Oct. 4 Early Childhood Screening
at Oakwood Elem. 8:30-11:00
and at Paulding Elem. 12:30-3:00
Oct. 8 3rd grade Reading OAA test
Oct. 11 Market Day orders due
Oct. 14 Bd. of Education mtg. 7:30 at HS
Oct. 16 Market Day pick up
Oct. 18 End of First Quarter
Oct. 22-26 OGT tests all week
Oct. 25 Early Childhood Screening
at WT Payne Elem. 11:00-2:00
Oct. 25 Grade cards sent home w/students
Oct. 26 October ACT
Oct. 30 National FFA Convention
Oct. 30 Parent-Teacher Conferences
5:30-8:30
Oct. 31 NO SCHOOL
Parent-Teacher Conferences
1:00-800
Oct. 31 National FFA Convention
Nov. 1 NO SCHOOL

Varsity Football
Oct. 4 Edgerton-T 7:00
Oct. 11 Hicksville-H 7:00
Oct. 18 Tinora-T 7:00
Oct. 25 Antwerp-T 7:00
JV Football
Oct. 7 Edgerton-T 5:00
Oct. 14 Hicksville-H 4:30
Oct. 21 Tinora-T 4:30
Oct. 26 Patrick Henry-H 10:00
Jr. High Football
Oct. 1 8th gr.-Edgerton-T 5:00
Oct. 3 7th gr.-Edgerton-H 5:00
Oct. 8 8th gr-Antwerp-H 4:30
Oct. 10 7th gr.-St. Paul-H 5:00
Oct. 15 8th gr.-Hicksville-T 5:00
Oct. 17 7th gr.-Hicksville-T 5:00
Oct. 22 8th gr.-Holgate-T 5:00
Varsity/JV Volleyball
Oct. 1 Tinora-H 5:30
Oct. 3 Fairview-T 5:30
Oct. 7 Delphos Jefferson-T 6:00
Oct. 8 Antwerp-H 5:30
Oct. 10 Fairview-T 5:30
Oct. 17 JV only-Miller City-T 9:00
Freshman Volleyball
Oct. 1 Paulding-H 4:30
Oct. 5 Paulding-T (Tournament) 9:00
Oct. 10 Edgerton-T 4:30
Jr. High Volleyball
Oct. 1 Hicksville-H 4:30
Oct. 3 Miller City-H 5:00
Oct. 8 Fairview-T 4:30
Oct. 12 GMC at Antwerp 9:00
Varsity Cross Country
Oct. 5 Antwerp Inv.-T 9:00
Oct. 8 County Meet-H 4:30
Oct. 12 GMC-H 9:30
Oct. 19 District Meet 9:00
Oct. 24 Antwerp/Ayersville/
Fairview/Ottoville-H 5:00
Girls Golf
Oct. 24 Sectionals at Fox Den 8:30



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Dear Friends of the Paulding Exempted Village
Schools,
Did you know that residents of our school
district who are at least 65 years old are
eligible for a free all-sports pass? This is one
of the many ways we thank our senior resi-
dents for their support of our school system.
If you have not received a pass yet, stop in at
the Administration Building on Water Street
and pick yours up today. Office hours are
Monday Friday from 7:30 a.m. 4:00
p.m. The pass is good for admission to all
home junior high and high school athletic
events.
The PEVS website has a wealth of infor-
mation to keep the community updated on
district activities. The Honeywell Instant
Alert System is a great method of communi-
cation for school activities and weather de-
lays. You can make changes to your account
through the Honeywell website at https://
instantalert.honeywell.com or click on the
Instant Alert Login link under the Parent
Links tab. Users may add or delete phone
numbers, email addresses, or text message
numbers. You may also choose the type of
alerts to receive by checking the appropriate
boxes. Instructions for account setup are on
our website.
Bullying is an issue the school district takes
very seriously, so we have added a form on
the webpage to report bullying incidents
anonymously. You will find the form under
the Parent Links tab. You may choose to
include contact information, but it is not re-
quired to file a report.
You will also notice a change on our menu
starting this month. To better serve our stu-
dents with diabetes, the school menus will
now have the grams of carbohydrates per
serving listed on the menu to the right of the
listed food item. If you have any questions
regarding this please contact Beth Stoller
our school nurse. Our district employees
have been working very hard on new initia-
tives through our Race to the Top grant and
ODE mandates that continue to make us re-
flect on how we are doing educational things
in the district. Check out our website for up-
dates on our progress.
Our District is very fortunate to have dona-
tions of supplies for our students, I want to
thank all of the donors for the support of our
kids.
The next Board of Education meeting is Oc-
tober 15
th
at 7:00 pm at Oakwood Elemen-
tary Building. The public is welcome to
attend. If you have comments or concerns
about the school district, please feel free to
contact me at any time. My email address is
w_hanak@pauldingschools.org and the
phone number is 419/ 399-4656 ext. 1510
Sincerely,
William D. Hanak,
Superintendent


Paulding Elementary-Stephanie Tear
The link between successful partnership and
student achievement is supported by re-
search. One way for you to support your
childs education is by attending Parent-
Teacher conferences. The insights you share
with your childs teacher is valuable infor-
mation. The support you provide at home is
another important piece to successful student
achievement. We hope to see you here at
Paulding Elementary for conferences Octo-
ber 24
th
and October 29
th
.
The importance of student recognition is val-
ued here at Paulding Elementary. There is a
connection between positive student behav-
ior and positive student achievement. We
are proud to recognize our children for their
positive choices. Each month we choose a
Student of the Month from each homeroom
class. There is a bulletin board with the
childs picture and a brief summary of their
positive characteristics. We host a luncheon
for them to enjoy with an invited guest of
their choice. The room is decorated with
fancy tablecloths, placemats and centerpiec-
es. The student is honored at this luncheon
with a certificate and prizes. Everyone
leaves smiling with more motivation to con-
tinuing being that positive role model within
our school community.
Student Achievement is also recognized.
Students who have perfect attendance,
achieve Honor Roll, and those who improve
their averages, are recognized. We want
them to take pride in their accomplishments.
We have a school-wide assembly with a spe-
cial acknowledgement to each students
achievement.
John Gardner said, Excellence is doing ordi-
nary things extraordinarily well. Excellent
things are happening at Paulding Elementary
and I am proud to be a small part of the pro-
cess.
Oakwood Elementary-Jennifer Manz
Hello from Oakwood Elementary on picture
perfect autumn day!! I am just sitting down
to write this article after allowing myself
some time to do the very favorite part of my
job visit the classrooms. I can say with
certainty that Oakwood Elementary students
know what is expected of them at their new
grade levels and are working hard to meet
those expectations. It is exciting to walk
down the hallways, to stop into classrooms,
and to see students actively engaged in learn-
ing new concepts or eagerly sharing what
they already know about a topic being dis-
cussed. Cricket habitats are being created;
science experiments are being planned and
conducted; computer skills are being en-
hanced; and the list goes on. We are off to a
positive start here at Oakwood Elementary!
One of the routines teachers have been estab-
lishing is what is expected of students in re-
gards to homework. Students at all grade
levels have some form of homework
throughout the week. Homework is general-
ly designed to practice skills being intro-
duced in the classroom. It is not meant to be
a frustration to students or parents; and if
your child continually has difficulty complet-
ing assigned tasks, please contact the class-
room teacher to share what you are observing
at home. Together, you can clarify expecta-
tions and brainstorm ways to make things go
more smoothly.
I want to say a special thank you to those
who attended our parent/community training
with the Paulding County Sherriffs Depart-
ment for A.L.I.C.E. on Monday, September
23
rd
. We work very hard to have viable safe-
ty plans in place. We have spent quite a bit
of time reviewing our current plans; and we
have begun to take steps to increase our se-
curity. (Thanks for your understanding and
cooperation with buzzing into our locked
facility.) With the help of local law enforce-
ment, we will also be adding A.L.I.C.E. com-
ponents to our current safety training.
Our 3
rd
graders will be taking the Fall Ohio
Reading Achievement Assessment on Tues-
day, October 8
th
. They are the only students
and reading is the only subject the State of
Ohio requires us to test in the fall. We en-
courage our 3
rd
graders to do their very best
on the Reading OAA. We know each one
can succeed at his/her own level when effort
is applied and encouragement is given!!
I invite you to visit the Oakwood Elementary
website on a regular basis to keep up-to-date
on the wonderful things happening here. As
always, we need and appreciate the support
of our whole community to make Oakwood
Elementary a great place to learn and grow
thank you for being there for us!
**NOTE: The Paulding County Health De-
partment will be at Oakwood Elementary on
Tuesday, October 8, to give flu shots. They
will set up in our art room and will be giving
shots from 9:00 to 11:00. This is open to the
community. If you have any questions re-
garding the shot, please contact PCHD and
speak to the nurses there.
Middle School-David Stallkamp
Hello From Paulding Middle School. This
school year has gotten off to a very good
start. I wish to THANK everyone for all of
their efforts in getting us off on the right
foot. I hope the entire year goes as smoothly
as the first few weeks. If that happens, we
will be in for a fantastic year.
You should have received your students first
nine weeks mid-term report. They were sent
home with your student on September
24
th
. PLEASE look these over very careful-
ly. This is a prime time to examine these
reports to determine just how your child has
started the year academically. If all is going
great - fantastic. If you notice that the grades
are not where they should be at this time,
please contact your child's teacher to discuss
how to improve their performance. Here are
just a couple of quick, helpful hints to look
for if they are having a difficult time: Are all
of their assignments being written down in
their agenda? Is the work they are turning in
acceptable, grade level work? Is their work
getting returned to the teacher finished and
on time? Are they taking the time to proper-
ly study for tests and exams? Are they tak-
ing their responsibility of school seriously?
All of these hints are important steps for your
child to be successful in school.
Our annual fund raiser has ended and I do
not yet know the final profit total. I will put
that out in a future newsletter once I find
out. THANK YOU to all that purchased
items and helped support Paulding Middle
School. Your generosity is greatly appreciat-
ed. The items will arrive for delivery on
October 10
th
. If you have a large order,
please make arrangements to be at school to
pick them up around 2:30 in the middle
school gym that day.
The week of September 16-20 was Safe
Schools Week. We practiced the following
safety drills so we will be fully prepared for
emergencies should they occur, (hopefully
that day never comes): Fire Drill, Tornado
Drill, Protective Environment Drill, Evacua-
tion Drill, Lock Down Drill and a Stay Put
Drill. The staff and students did a fantastic
job of taking these drills very seriously. I
was proud of them.
Paulding Middle School PICTURE DAY
was September 10
th
and pictures should be
here soon if they are not already.
The First Nine Weeks Grading Period ends
on October 18th. Grade cards will be mailed
home on October 23
rd
.
Congratulations go out to the following stu-
dents that have been elected to represent their
peers on this year's edition of the Paulding
Middle School STUDENT COUNCIL: 6th
Grade: Noah Pessefall, Jordan Mudel, Syd-
ney Kohart and Montserrat Martinez. 7
th

Grade Lexie Beckman, Elizabeth Temple,
Courtney Luderman, and Victoria Valle. 8
th

Grade - Jacee Harwell, Corbin Kohart,
Stephanie Habern, Jocelyn Camposano and
Student Council President Audrey Manz.
Please continue supporting our Middle
School athletes, students, and cheerlead-
ers. They are working extremely hard repre-
senting our school in various activi-
ties: Football, Volleyball, Cross Country,
Cheerleading, Band, Choir, Science Olympi-
ad and Science Fair to just name a few. Stop
by and watch our kids perform. Schedules
are available on line at
www.pauldingschools.org
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE stay on your
kids to turn in their work and stay on top of
what is assigned to them. The biggest reason
for poor grades is that they get behind and
can never catch up. Keep on top of the work
daily so that this does not happen.
On Wednesday, October 9
th
, our middle and
high school students will be treated to two
assemblies. One is called, Dare, Dream,
Do!! This deals with the possibilities every
child has to make the most out of what they
do here. The second assembly has former
Paulding student, Shane Jeffreys, who was a
victim of a vicious bullying attack here many
years ago, speaking about his experiences
and discussing his new book entitled, Hates
Not Cool. Bullying is a serious issue and
we need to get it out of our lives.
Thank you for your continued, fantastic sup-
port of Paulding Middle School.

High School-Todd Harmon
The school year is well under way and stu-
dents are settling into their daily schedules.
We have had a great start to our year includ-
ing our Spirit Week before our Homecoming
game played on September 28
th
against
Western Reserve Academy. Many students
participated in the activities including the
theme dress up days, the Friday Fun Day,
the parade, Powder Puff football, the bonfire
and the dance on Saturday night. Thank you
to our student council advisors and members
for their part in this event.
Midterms were sent home with students on
September 24. Please contact your students
teacher if you have any concern regarding
your students grade. You may access your
childs grades online at any time by going to
our school website and clicking on Student
Grades under the parent tab. If you need
help setting up your account, please call the
high school office.
Parent teacher conferences will be held on
Thursday, October 24 and Tuesday, October
29, between the hours of 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Please call the high school office to set up a
conference time to talk to your childs teach-
er.
We would like to wish our fall sports teams
good luck as they are full into their seasons.
It is great to see so many of our students in-
volved in our extracurricular sports and ac-
tivities. I encourage everyone to go to take a
look at our teachers websites on our school
web site (www.pauldingschools.org). They
may be found on the High School page under
the Teachers Websites link.
Thank you for your continued support of
Paulding High School.

SCHOOL LUNCH/BUS SAFETY WEEK
October 14-18 is National School Lunch Week.
School Lunch across the USA is this years
theme. We would like to recognize and thank all
the individuals who work in our food service pro-
gram. October 21-25 is National School Bus Safe-
ty Week. This years theme is Stand Back from
the Yellow and Black. Thanks to everyone that
works in our transportation program.

BOARD OF ELECTIONS NOTE
The deadline to register to vote on November 5,
2013 is October 7. If you have moved or changed
your name since the last time you voted, you
should contact the Board of Elections. Remember
to take your valid drivers license with you when
you vote.
Anyone who chooses to vote by absentee ballot
may request one by calling the Board of Elections
office at the number listed below, or by visiting
the website at: www.sos.state.oh.us. Absentee
ballots will be available in October. If you have
any questions about your voting status, please
contact the Paulding County Board of Elections,
105 East Perry Street, Paulding, 419-399-8230 or
email paulding@sos.state.oh.us.

PARENTS AS VOLUNTEERS
A number of opportunities are available to parents
who wish to volunteer their time. The following
groups work with and support students. The
groups and the current officers are listed below.
Please consider contacting anyone on the list to
see how you can help.
Athletic Booster Officers
Pres: Mike Mott, V. Pres: Jill Adams, Secretary:
Bridget Ruppert, Co-Treasurers: Patti Bissell &
Jackie Pease
Paulding Elementary PTO Officers
Pres: Deb Herman V. Pres: Vacant, Treas:
Stephanie Hull
Oakwood Elementary PTO Officers
Pres: Deedi Miller, V. Pres: Kim Grimes, Sec:
LouCinda Horstman, Treas: Mandy Woods
Science Olympiad
Pres: Vacant, Sec: Jane Nice, Treas: Nancy
Wehrkamp
Band Boosters
Pres: Shelly Roughton, Vice-Pres: Judy Tope,
Sec: Laurie Schlatter, Treas: Rachael Harpel

FFA ALUMNI
The Paulding FFA Alumni meets quarterly in the
Ag Room at Paulding High School. Future meet-
ings are Nov 18, 2013 and Feb 17, 2014. You
didnt have to wear the Blue Jacket to join the
Paulding FFA Alumni Association! Whether you
were a FFA member or not, you can join the
Alumni and be a part of an organization that
prides itself in helping make FFA students lives
better. Your commitment helps ensure the contin-
ued success of Americas premier youth leader-
ship organization. To join, please contact one of
the following officers: Pres: Dan Howell, V.
Pres: Mike Kauser, Sec: Deanna Carnahan,
Treas: Rena Rager.

PRESCHOOL SCREENING
A free Preschool screening will be available to all
children in Paulding County, up to five years of
age. The screenings are at the following locations
and times:
October 4 at Oakwood Elementary 8:30-11:00
October 4 at Paulding Elementary 12:30-3:00
October 25 at Payne Elementary 11:00-2:00
To make an appointment, please call 1-877-473-
8166. Walk-ins will be accepted, but may have to
wait for an opening in the schedule.
8th Grade Football
Oct. 3 Crestview-T 5:00
Oct. 10 Delphos Jefferson-H 5:00
Oct. 17 Bluffton-T 5:00
Oct. 24 Ada-H 5:00
JV Football
Oct. 5 Liberty Center-T 10:00a
Oct. 12 Allen East-H 10:00a
Oct. 19 Columbus Grove-T 10:00a
Varsity Football
Oct. 4 Ada-T 7:30
Oct. 11 Allen East-T 7:30
Oct. 18 Columbus Grove-H 7:30
Oct. 25 Bluffton-H 7:30
Nov. 1 Crestview-T 7:30
Cross Country
Oct. 3 Edgerton@Fairview 4:30
Oct. 8 Antwerp@Wayne Trace 4:30
Oct. 12 NWC Meet @ Crestview 10:00a
JH Volleyball
Oct. 3 Columbus Grove-H 5:00
Oct. 5 NWC Tourney@Spencerville 9:00
Oct. 7 Delphos Jefferson-T 5:00
Oct. 10 Defiance-H 5:00
Oct. 14 Van Wert-H 5:00
Freshman Volleyball
Oct. 1 Wayne Trace-T 4:30
Oct. 5 Panther Invite-H 9:00
Oct. 7 Wauseon-T 4:30
Oct. 10 Leipsic-H 4:30
JV/Varsity Volleyball
Oct. 3 Lincolnview-H 6:00
Oct. 7 Wauseon-T 6:00
Oct. 8 Ada-H 6:00
Oct. 2 Athletic Booster Meeting 7:00p
Oct. 4 PS Screening OE 8:30-11:00a
Oct. 4 PS ScreeningPE 12:30 3:00p
Oct. 7 Band Booster Mtg 7:00
Oct. 7 Picture Day-OE
Oct. 7 FFA Chapter Mtg-Ag Room 3:00p
Oct. 8 3rd Grade OAA Test
Oct. 10 FFA District Mtg
Oct. 10 Jostens Mtg w/Seniors & Vantage Srs
Oct. 12 Band to Buckeye Invitational-Col.
Oct. 15 Board Mtg.-OE Caf 7:00p
Oct. 16 PSAT Test-Juniors 7:45a-12:00p
Oct. 16 Mobile Dentist-OE
Oct. 17 Jostens Senior orders due
Oct. 18 FFA Fruit Sales begin
Oct. 18 END OF FIRST NINE WEEKS
Oct. 21 Mobile Dentist-PE
Oct. 21 Picture Day-PE
Oct. 22 Choir Concert-Auditeria 7:30p
Oct. 23 Grade Cards Go Home
Oct. 24 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30-7:30p
Oct. 25 OE Kdg Family Read Day 2:30p
Oct. 25 PE PTO Party in the Park
Oct. 25 PE Fall Parade
Oct. 26 ACT Test at Paulding 7:45a-12:00
Oct. 28-Nov 1 OGT Testing for Jr/Sr
Oct. 29 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:30-7:30p
Oct. 30-Nov 2 National FFA Conv-Louisville
Oct. 31 Sounds of the Stadium 7:00p
PAULDING EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOLS
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New 2013 Ford F150 Supercrew FX
Stk#FT13284, AdvanceTrac, Airbags: Head Curtain +, Hill Start Assist Cntrl, Tilt & Telescoping Whl, 2WD,
ABS, Air, Auto Spd, Alum Alloy Whls, Bluetooth, Custom Bumper, Cruise, Keyless, CD/MP3, Power Locks,
Steering, Wndws & Drivers Seat, AM/FM, Running Brds, SYNC, Traction Cntrl, Towing Pkg, Tilt Whl, Sirius
MSRP $41,545
Jim Schmidt Ford Discount $4,404
Ford Factory Rebate* $2,250
Ford Motor Credit Rebate* $1,000
Sale Price
You Save $7,684
*Some rebates may only apply with Ford Motor Credit, financing. You may qualify for additional rebates. Price does
not include tax, title and dealer fees. W.A.C. May require up to $1,000 matching down payment, trade or cash.
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