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Mark has been a teacher at
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a professor of theological
studies and the primary theology
professor at the school of Ministry Studies. He has had
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College M.A.R from Liberty University M.Div.,
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in Education from Capella University.
Please check out our website at www.calvarybiblepaulding.com
for past messages given by our gifted speakers.
CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH
(Across From Hospital) • Paulding, Ohio
Guest Speaker:
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Sunday, December 8th
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FOLTZ REALTY
Donald K. Foltz, II - Broker: 106 N. Williams St. Paulding
www.foltzrealty.com • 419-399-2347
REALTORS: Tim Boss 419-769-0823, Maurie Wannemacher 419-769-9090
#2845 618 Plainfield Dr. Payne: 3
Br., 2 Ba. Home offering 2 car at-
tached garage, large utility w/ gas
furnace & A/C. 6 yr. old roof and
all windows have been replaced.
$83,000 Call Maurie
#2841 OPEN TO OFFER 521
Plainfield Dr. Payne: Nice 3 Br.,
1 1/2 Ba., home with vinyl siding,
new flooring, built in appliances,
attached garage and above
ground pool with decking. $89,900
Call Maurie
#2846 214 W. George St. Pauld-
ing: "Move in ready" 3 Bedroom
home offering new roof, new
flooring, newer windows and
freshly painted interior. $69,900
Call Don
#2833 733 N. Cherry St. Pauld-
ing: Nice 3 BR., 2 Ba., home with
newer windows, new roof, 24' x
36' detached garage. Very well
landscaped and manicured.
Extra 1/2 Lot and partial base-
ment!! $124,900 Call Don
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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
QUALI TY CONSTRUCTED.
11833 Road 132 near the
Paulding Hospital. The 2800
sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 3 bath home
and a 1200+ sq. ft. attached
garage for vehicle and storage
space has many features for
those who appreciate quality.
The lot measures 2.555 acres
with a pond that's behind the
home. Also, there's more
acreage available. Listing #344
3 BEDROOM, ranch style
home having central air, large
living dining room combination,
separate laundry and a 2 car
garage located on a corner lot
in Paulding. #354
LOCATED ON THE MAUMEE
RI VER -3 bedroom, 1.5 bath
Cape Cod home with full
basement. Home is located
west of Antwerp near the
state line. The home has
many improvements includ-
ing lighting, new or remod-
eled bathrooms, exterior
doors and many more for you
to see. Outside there's many
mature trees, a 3 car garage
with much storage above,
new roof and paint, also a cir-
cular drive, and new concrete
sidewalks, all on 1.88 acres.
Listed at $89,900. #356
10+ ACRES: 3 bedroom 2 bath
home with a 3rd bath space in
the full basement that’s studded,
insulated & ready to finish. The
great room has a fireplace &
large windows overlooking the
pond. There’s also central heat
and air, extra electric service for
future uses and more for you to
see. Located on Road 176 in the
Antwerp School District. #353
BUI LDI NG SI TE (108’ x 132’)
on the NE Corner of Perry
and Coupland Streets in
Paulding. #350
3 BEDROOM one story home
and attached garage, located
on Helen Street in Paulding.
#330
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
2 BUILDING SITES; a 2.296
acre parcel and a 1.928 acre
parcel near the Paulding
Hospital. #348 & #349
“THE OLE CECIL GROCERY
STORE”, 4000 sq. ft. of space
for storage, business, living, or
all together. Located in Cecil,
OH. For sale at $29,900.
NEW LISTING: Neat home located
on a corner lot in Paulding having a
spacious furnished kitchen, separate
laundry room, carpet and hardwood
flooring, detached garage and fenced
in side and rear yard. $54,900. #556
#1545 Brick home,
corner lot, in-ground
pool, privacy fenced
backyard, family
room/kitchen combo,
23’ living room, 2
bdrm, 2 bath, 1560 sq.
ft., Paulding. $149,900
- Call Sandra/ Tamyra
419-506-1015
#1605 825 Greenbriar,
Paulding Countryside
Est. - New
Construciton! 3 bdrm, 2
bath, the master suite
has a separate tub,
shower & walk-in clos-
et, great room, utility
room. $144,000 Call
Don Gorrell 419-399-
7699
#1610 - Lg. stately home
on corner lot w/C/A.
Many updates through-
out, gourmet kitchen, lg.
enclosed porch, decked
patio, 2 car det. garage.
Owner’s have relocated
and say SELL. New
Price 301 Main St., Pldg.
Call Don Gorrell 419-
399-7699
#1599 -Inviting 3 bdrm
home on 1 acre. New
bath, beautiful kitchen,
basement w/finished rec
room, 2 car garage. South
of Paulding. $59,900. Call
Sandra/ Tamyra 419-
506-1015
#1531 - 9 Acres of fan-
tastic river views! “One-
of-a-kind” 3 Bdrm, 2.5
bath, 4,200 sq. ft home.
Formal dining, beautiful
brkfast area w/ window
walls, screened gazebo,
kitchen w/island &
Corian counters, 3 car
garage. $349,000. 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
#1600 11749 Rd. 132
(Lovers Lane Behind
Paulding Hospital), Lg. 3
bdrm, 2 bath tri-level
country home w/finished
bsmt...Updated kitchen,
Anderson Windows,
Family room, nice rear
deck and patio...Seller
has relocated & says
sell...NEW PRICE! Call
Don Gorrell 419-399-
7699.
New Lising #1614 221
Emerald Rd. Well-kept
1.5 story 3 BDRM 1.5
bath home w/C/A, lg.
backyard, living room
w/hardwood floors, fire-
place, 2 built in book-
shelves. lg. detached
garage $75,000 Call
Joe Den Herder
ANTWERP LOTS FOR SALE: - LOTS in The
Colony Subdivision known as Harrmann Road. Seller
may accept Land contract. NOW PRICED AT
$14,900 each.
LOTS in Wabash & Erie Canal Add, to the Village of
Antwerp (fronting Diamond Dr.) $9,000 to $17,000.
LOT on Harrmann Rd. N of school - 1.95 acre, zoned
Residential, $25,000. Call Sandra/ Tamyra 419-
506-1015
Very Large
Auction
Sat., Dec. 7
10 A.M.
LOCATION: Gorrell Bros. Auction Facility – 1201 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH
10 Tractors including JD 3020; AC 210 Diesel; AC 220 Diesel; AC
7030 Diesel; Case 1370 Diesel; Ferguson TEA 20; Ferguson TO 30;
Ford 8N; Oliver 1850 Diesel; Ford 800 …… Other Equipment &
Items including John Deere 2 x 4 Gator with dump bed; 2004 Dodge
Dakota QSP pickup truck; 2007 Honda Rancher 4 wheeler; Polaris
4 Wheeler; Implement trailer; Gleaner F II Combine; IH 475 disc;
Eversman 10’ land leveler; JD 110 chisel plow, 10’; (2) JD 275 Rotary
Mowers; IH 620 drill, 28’; 3 Btm JD Mtd Plow; 16’ Glencoe field cul-
tivator; Tiger Ditcher; Tractor weights; Troybilt Tiller; Lawn & Gar-
den Items; 3 pt. Items; Level & small tools ……. Also Nice
Woodworking & Shop Equipment including table & band saws, routers,
drills, planers, jointer, etc., etc., etc. plus 2 wagons full of small tools
& related ……. Also 80 Collectible Farm Tractors &Toys …………
….. 40 Antique, Modern, Curio & Relic Firearms including Colt
Army Artillery ……. Colt 38 WCF ……., WWII Commemorative Colt
…… Marlin Revolver …… Winchester Shotgun …… H & R Re-
volvers ……. Smith & Wesson …… Offhand Schuetzen Parlor …….
5 Antique Muskets ….. J. Stevens, etc., etc., etc ………….. 32 Antique
Clocks …………. 29 Coin Lots including Silver Dollars & Halves
& Quarters, Etc. ----- Other Antiques including 1 ½ HP Waterloo
Boy hit and miss gasoline engine ….. McCormick & Milwaukee cast
iron seats …….. Old Singer & Cavalier sewing machines …... Neck
yoke ….. Several old farm equipment manuals, old postcards & photos
……… Household including tables & chairs; Upright freezer; refrig-
erator, bedroom suites, sofa, etc., etc. ……….. Building Supplies and
Related including 13 New Cultured Marble Vanity Tops & Other Bldg
Supplies such as shutters, windows, electrical, water heater, furnace,
etc. …. 2 auction rings
Inspection of firearms & all items on Wed., Dec. 4 from 11:00 A.M.
until 4:00 P.M. and Fri., Dec. 6 from 12:00 Noon until 5:00 P.M.
and beginning at 8:30 A.M. on the day of the auction ….. For addi-
tional photos, visit our web site @ www.gorrellbros-paulding.com.
or visit Auction Zip or call for brochure
Terms: Cash or approved check day of auction with proper ID, VISA,
Master Card or Discover Card. Sellers: Most of firearms are from
Marjorie Sickmiller Estate, Paulding Co. Probate Court Case
20121033, James M. Sponseller, Adm. DBN WWA - Other consignors
are Irene Stoller Trust for much of the household - and - Louise Mar-
ihugh (formerly of Dave Bakle) - and - Stephen K. Snavely, Succes-
sor Trustee Of The Aletha V. Bennett Trust - and - Paulding County
Engineer’s Office - and - Phyllis Arnette - and other consignors …
…….. Gorrell Bros. Auctioneers - Don Gorrell, Larry Gorrell,
Matthew Bowers, Aaron Timm, Sandra Mickelson, Nolan Shisler
500+- Acre
s
509+- Acres
Crane Twp. & Carryall Twp.
Paulding Co., Ohio
Offered In 5 Parcels & Combinations
Sizes From 50+- acres to 183+- acres
Land Auction
Thurs., Dec. 19
5:00 P.M.
Auction Parcel 1 - 50+- acres in Sec. 25 Carryall Twp. - 1 mi. east of
Antwerp, OH on Rd. T-180 (Canal Rd.) with frontage on T-180, T-51
and Rt. 24 -- mostly tillable Latty soil ………. Auction Parcel 2 -
112+- acres in Sec. 17 & 18, Crane Twp. - 4 mi east of Antwerp, OH
on Rd 424 (former Rt. 24) with frontage on C 424 and C-206 --- mostly
tillable Paulding soil, all in wheat ……….. Auction Parcel 3 - 92+-
acres in Sec. 18, Crane Twp. - 4 mi east of Antwerp, OH on Rd 424
(former Rt. 24) with frontage on C - 424 ---- Maumee River borders
the farm with beautiful river bottom & up land. ………. Auction Par-
cel 4 - 183+- acres in Sec. 14 & Sec. 23, Crane Twp. - south edge of
Cecil with frontage on C-105, C-206 and Rt. 24 … this parcel includes
an approximate 6,400 sq. ft. pole barn, 6 metal grain bins (50,000 bu
+- storage & accessories) and large pond from construction of overpass
over Rt. 24 ……… Auction Parcel 5 - 77+- acres in Sec. 2, Crane
Twp. - ½ mi. north of the Cecil Bridge with frontage on C-230, T-105
and T-99 ----- interesting parcel with approximately 60 tillable acres
that includes creek bottom - Gordon Creek traverses the property with
approximately 15 acres of woods & brush and creek. ……….. Visit
our web site @ www.gorrellbros-paulding.com or call for brochure …
…Terms: Multi Parcel Bidding with $6,000 earnest money for each
parcel with balance due before Jan. 15, 2014 upon delivery of closing
documents from Seller to Buyer. Auction Location: Gorrell Bros.
Auction Facility - 1201 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH- free refresh-
ments. ……… Seller: V. & R. Koenn Corp., Norman E. Cook of
Cook, Burkard & Gorrell LTD, Attorney for Seller ………..Gorrell
Bros. Auctioneers; Don Gorrell, Sale Mgr; Larry D. Gorrell, Bro-
ker; Sandra Mickelson - Aaron Timm - Nolan Shisler - Auction-
eers
A Gorrell Bros. will be at
the building on Parcel 4 on
Sat., Dec. 7th from 2 P.M. –
3P.M.
ESTATE AUCTION
10 AM – SAT. DEC. 21 - 10 AM
100 ACRES – PRIME FARMLAND
SALE LOCATION: Lincolnview Schools- Cafeteria;
watch for signs – parking – restrooms- breakfast
provided
It is and will be only offered as – ONE PARCEL – FIRST
CLASS northwest Ohio farmland;
primarily PEWAMO and BLOUNT soils; aerials indicate
tiling; rectangular shape (survey underway) being
½ mile – 2640 feet- north/south and approximately
1650 feet frontage east/ west on Middle Point Road;
no ditches or point rows; entered in the 2013 FSA
program; paved side road parking but also near a State
highway; professionally farmed for many years; highly
desirable large parcel – see STRALEYREALTY.COM
for all aerials, FSA information, soil map, auditor’s card
with survey forthcoming (or) call for complete brochure;
drive past – look it over – walk it if you wish – agent on
site Thursday, Dec. 12 – 2 PM-4PM
419 W Ervin
Van Wert, OH
419-238-9733
800-727-2021
EVERYTHING WE TOUCH—TURNS TO SOLD
FARM LOCATION: Section # 20 Ridge W, Van Wert
County, OH; approximately 2 miles SE of Van Wert;
½ mile EAST of the intersection of Jennings Road and St.
Rt. 116 with the farm being on the NORTH side of Middle
Point Road – 1 ½ miles WEST of Lincolnview Schools;
watch for signs –
OPPORTUNITY AT HAND
TERMS: $50,000.00 deposit w/ balance due in 30
days; fiduciary deed awarded with all 2013 property
taxes paid; seller to pay transfer tax; possession day of
sale w/deposit and signed contract; buyer responsible
for certificate/ title insurance; sale subject only to Van
Wert County Probate Court approval; Case # 2013-
1164; Keister & Baker Law Office, LLC., Van Wert, OH
SELLER: HELEN L. COOPER ESTATE (by) MR.
CHARLES WAYNE KAHN, SR. EXECUTOR
AUTIONEERS: William C. Straley, CAI; Chester M.
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WANNEMACHER AUCTIONEERS
PUBLIC AUCTION
adba Foltz Realty
106 N. Williams St. Paulding, Ohio
Phone 419-769-9090
"Call Us, We're The Other Guys"
6 P.M. Friday Night • December 13, 2013 • Friday Night 6 P.M.
DIRECTIONS: Take Old CR111 East approx.. 4 miles past
Old County Home to TR. 156, turn Right (East) ½ mile on
left to property……..Watch for Auction Arrows
TO BE SOLD AT 6 P.M. SHARP - DON’T BE LATE
WANNEMACHER AUCTIONEERS
"Call Us-We're the Other Guys"
106 N. Williams Street Paulding, Ohio 45879
Auctioneers:
Maurice Wannemacher-Jeff Strahley-Kevin Anspach
“80.2 Acres Farm Land”
Plus 1.1 Acre • “Building Lot w/ Trees”
PAULDING COUNTY, OHIO
Jackson Township - Section 3
Being part of the S1/2 of NE1/4 Containing 80.2 more or less acres of good productive
farm land with approx. 15 acres of wooded acres. This farm is predominantly Paulding
Type Soil. Being 80 rod wide x 160 rod long, located on the corner of Rd. 137 and Rd.
156. In Section 3 Jackson Township, Paulding County, Ohio.
NOTE: Farm is to be sold in 3 Parcels:
Parcel #1 = 80.2 Acres good productive farmland with woods.
Parcel #2 = 1.1 Acre Building Lot with well and septic, shade trees.
Parcel #3 = 81.3 Acres being combination of Parcel #1 and Parcel #2.
NOTE: Farm has just been all surveyed
TERMS: We will be selling this property to the highest bidder. Buyer to sign Purchase
Agreement, Property Disclosure, Buyers to pay: $10,000 down on Parcel #1 and #3 and $3,000
down on Parcel #2, auction day, balance at Closing on or before January 13, 2014, upon delivery
of Warranty Deed, Certifi cate of title. Seller to Pay all Real Estate Taxes, Pro-Rated to Day of
Closing, All Documents Prepared by James Sponseller, Attorney for Seller. All Statements made
day of Auction take precedence over all printed matter. Call the Auctioneers at 419-769-9090 or
419-399-2347. Ask for Maurie
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is good productive farmland, and it shows, farmed by a
professional farmer. Buyer to receive possession of said property at closing. Come walk over
the property, walk through the small woods on rear of farm. Check-out the Schifferly Ditch
meandering across a part of this farm for a good drainage outlet. See the paved road on 2 sides,
perfect for hauling grain, or selling off building lots. Have your fi nances in order by day of auction
and be ready to bid and buy! Sold with confi rmation of Seller.
NOTE: Auction to be held @ P.C.S.W. Nature Center @ 6 P.M.
on CR.132 on Fairground Rd. just West of Fairgrounds.
OWNERS: Roland Manz, Verginia Manz, Paul Manz,
Viola Manz, Helen Hurd
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As we approach the upcoming holiday season, I`d
like to pause for a moment and thank the Wayne
Trace faculty & staff and the families in our
community for making student-learning the high-
est priority in our district. We must all remember
that what takes place during the regular school
day is the most important part of the school expe-
rience. We will continue to have high academic
expectations for all students, and family support is
critical for these expectations to be met.
Speaking of family support, thank you to all
family members who attended the recent parent/
teacher conferences held at all three school build-
ings. Remember, you may set up a conference
with your child(ren)`s teachers at any time, not
just during parent/teacher conIerences. As I`ve
stated many times, educating a child is a joint
endeavor between the school and home.
In academic news, our Race to the Top transfor-
mation team continues to emphasize our third
goal, the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System, which
has gone into eIIect this school year. We`re also
working diligently to provide training for our
teachers on student learning outcomes and
academic content standards. As stated before, the
manner in which Ohio students are to be tested is
changing drastically in the 2014-2015 school year,
and we continue to stay ahead of the curve by
introducing the new standards to both the teachers
and students. The Ohio Department of Education
is raising the bar, and student success on state-
mandated tests may see a sudden decline across
the state of Ohio. For example, in the state of
Kentucky the state-wide passage rate on state-
mandated tests went from 80% in 2010-2011
(with the old system) to 36% in 2011-2012 (with
the new system). Ohio has adopted the same test
that Kentucky is currently using. Obviously, we
will work very hard to prevent such a drastic
decline in our students` perIormances, but the
tests are clearly going to be more difficult, forcing
all Ohio school districts to expect more from their
students in upcoming years.
In other academic news, we extend much appreci-
ation to our local farming community for nomi-
nating our JH/HS for the Monsanto Grant, a grant
given to schools with rich farming traditions.
This exclusive grant, totally $25,000 this school
year, has allowed us to further upgrade our tech-
nology department by adding several more lap
tops for use by our students. We now live in a
world where a great deal of learning and daily-life
revolve around technology and the Internet, so the
addition of more computers is greatly appreciated
by staff and students alike at Wayne Trace JH/HS.
Turning to school transportation, we are
approaching the time of year where our hazardous
weather situations are likely to turn from fog to
snow and ice. When it comes to making decisions
about whether to delay or cancel school, the good
news is that snow and ice seem to be a little more
consistent and predictable than what fog is.
Although bad winter weather may set in after
buses are out, this is less-likely to happen than
with fog. With that said, please demand that your
student-drivers slow down and use caution during
the winter season. Likewise, we will continue to
use common sense when calling school delays and
cancellations with the safety of our students of
utmost importance.
Congratulations go out to Miss Sharon Spinner,
Mrs. Joni Wenninger, Mrs. Judy Snook and the
entire performing and visual arts departments for
the outstanding Fine Arts Festival held at the JH/
HS on November 9. Countless hours of behind-
the-scenes work goes into making such an event a
success, and we`d like to thank the teachers and
the Wayne Trace students Ior their work. We`d
also like to express our gratitude to everyone who
attended the festival and for their support of our
performing and visual arts departments.
Thanks also go out to the staff members who
organized this year`s Veterans` Day assemblies at
each school building and to the Veterans in our
community who attended one of the assemblies.
From everyone at Wayne Trace Local Schools,
thank you for your service to our great nation.
With the approaching Christmas season, Wayne
Trace student organizations will be sponsoring
various food, clothing, and gift drives. If you are
able, please consider helping those less fortunate
than you are. Helping others is the real gift of
life.
As always, if you have questions or concerns
about your child`s educational experience at
Wayne Trace, feel free to contact your building
principal or superintendent.
Go Raiders!


SENIOR CITIZENS DINNER FOR $1
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW!
Our 18th annual Senior Citizen`s Dinner Ior $1 is
scheduled for Thursday, December 12, at 12:45
p.m. in the Jr. High gym. We invite you to enjoy
a delicious meal while being entertained by our
many talented students.
We ask those coming to please park on the north
side of the school since this is the closest entrance
to the gym.
To register for this luncheon or for additional
information, please call Kathie Kipfer in the High
School at 419-399-4100.
We hope to see many of you there!

Laurie Delong, Director of Student Services
Our special education staff is involved in profes-
sional development throughout the year. One
group is participating in a PEERS project to
evaluate the "Unique Learning System". This is a
webweb-based curriculum for students with
significant delays. Staff members participating are
Michelle Berry, Harry Florence, Rosanah Foster,
Jennifer Moran, Kerry Shelton, Heather Shepherd,
Valerie DeVelvis and Michelle Hanneman.
In December 2011, Ohio was awarded the Race to
the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant. Ohio
made a commitment to revise and expand the
current tiered Step Up to Quality (SUTQ) system
and broaden participation to all early childhood
settings (including school districts, child care, and
family care). This expanded system will rate and
monitor all state-funded early learning programs.
Our preschool teachers, Susan Backus, Sara
Linder, and Linda Utendorf will be participating
in training on the proposed standards, which will
be the basis of Ohio's monitoring and continuous
improvement system. The standards are for chil-
dren from birth to age 5 years and include
academic and developmental areas.
WT PAYNE ELEMENTARY
Jody L. Dunham, Principal
We are very proud of our students at Wayne Trace
Payne Elementary! The students are not only
learning academic content by leaps and bounds,
but they are learning life skills. Our fifth and
sixth grade students are becoming more involved
in supporting their school by serving other class-
rooms and assisting with building upkeep.
Students are taking pride in helping others.
We wish to thank the families who attended our
Parent-Teacher conferences. Teachers met with
the families of 76.4% of our students. Confer-
ences are not limited to October. We want fami-
lies to know that our staff is willing to meet with
them year round.
Wayne Trace Payne Elementary has adopted a
new strategy for lockdown procedures known as
the A.L.I.C.E. plan. A.L.I.C.E. is an acronym for
ALERT, LOCKDOWN, INFORM, COUNTER,
and EVACUATE. Letters were sent home to
families on November 7 explaining this drill. The
Paulding County SheriII`s Department assisted
with this drill on November 12. At that drill, we
practiced the ALERT, LOCKDOWN and
INFORM components. The COUNTER and
EVACUATE portions will be practiced in the
future.
A special thank you is extended to the Payne Fire
Department for presenting a fire safety program
and for providing our students with a back pack.
Students were reminded to visit with their families
about the importance of having a fire safety plan
at home.
We wish to thank the community for supporting
our Market Day Pie Fundraiser. A profit of more
than $1,200 was raised to fund our field trips and
assemblies. Joey Branham and Mya Endicott
were the top boy and girl salesmen. Their reward
was to throw a pie in the principal`s Iace!
The community is invited to join us for our
Christmas program on December 13, at 9:30 and
1:30 in our auditorium. We look forward to
seeing you then.
We wish each of you a blessed Christmas Season.

WT GROVER HILL ELEMENTARY
Kevin E. Wilson, Principal
For the GH staff and students December marks
the beginning oI rehearsals Ior this year`s Christ-
mas program, the beginning of the Student
Council`s Iood drive, as well as many other
activities.
This year`s Christmas program will be Tuesday,
December 10 with the first performance at 1:30
and the final performance will be at 7:00. This
year there will not be a Thursday night perfor-
mance, but instead we will create more seating at
the 1:30 performance. Parking is always an issue
and I ask you to keep in mind that Perry Street is a
one way street with houses on the north side.
Please be respectful of these families and not park
on the north side of Perry Street.
Bullying seems to be a topic we read or hear
about almost daily, whether in professional sports
or schools. To help our students understand more
about preventing bullying, we will have two
presentations on December 12; The first at 1:00
for K-3 students followed by a 2:00 presentation
for grades 4-6. Our staff is working hard to pre-
vent bullying, but this issue is something that we
need your assistance with. When your child
comes home from school on December 12 take
some time to sit down and discuss what they
learned at the presentation. Thank you for your
assistance in helping to preventing bullying.
The PTO will be holding their annual basket raffle
and bake sale during the Christmas program. This
year there will be four baskets to choose from: an
Ohio State Basket; a Christmas Wreath; a Movie
Basket; and a Man`s/Komet Hockey Basket.
Tickets may be purchased in the office beginning
Monday, December 2. The cost is $1.00 for one
ticket or $5.00 for 6 tickets. Proceeds are used to
benefit the GH students and school.
Our Student Council will be organizing their
annual Iood drive to help the area churches` Iood
pantry. The food drive will run from November
25 through December 10. Items to be collected
include canned goods. boxed goods, baby wipes,
diapers, cereals, laundry items, hygiene items, and
cleaning supplies. You may send your items to
school with your child or if you do not have a
child in school, you may bring your items to the
school office between the 8:00 and 3:00. Thank
you for helping to make a better Christmas for a
needy family.
If you are interested in ordering a yearbook, you
still have time. In January information concern-
ing ordering a yearbook will again be made avail-
able. Parents this will be your last chance to order
this year`s yearbook. II you would like to order at
this time contact the GH oIIice. Don`t miss out
on this great opportunity to purchase your 2013-
2014 yearbook.
The staff and I would like to thank all of the par-
ents who were able to attend Parent/Teacher
Conferences. Today in education it is so im-
portant for the teachers and parents to keep the
lines of communication open and Parent/Teacher
Conferences were a great way to do just that. If
for some reason you were unable to attend the
conferences but would still like to speak with your
child`s teacher you may do so by contacting the
GH office.
Our Student Council, along with Mrs. Davis and
Mrs. Wieland, are to be commended for an
outstanding Veteran`s Day program. A special
thank you goes to Mr. Gail Scarbrough for his
willingness to share with the Grover Hill students
and veterans. It was also a pleasure to see so many
veterans stay after the program to enjoy lunch
with our students.
At this time, I want to wish you a very Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year.

WT JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL
Greg Leeth, Principal
The first grading period has come and gone, and
we are rapidly closing in on the end of the first
semester. If you have not had the opportunity to
do so, I encourage you to call or email your
child`s teachers to introduce yourselI and to
involve yourself in his or her education.
Students attending the Jr. /Sr. High School have
tremendous talents and abilities that are show-
cased in a variety of ways. I would like to extend
my appreciation to Mrs. Joni Wenninger,
Ms. Sharon Spinner, and Mrs. Judi Snook for the
outstanding Fall Arts Festival held November 9.
There was food, artwork displayed, and musical
performances by the band, choir, and Ft. Wayne
Symphonic Brass Quintet.
I also want to thank the social studies department
and music department Ior the Veteran`s Day
Assembly. Several veterans and guests indicated
that it was the best program they have ever
attended. I concur. If you are able, I encourage
you to attend next year`s celebration; I assure you
that you will be touched.
On November 27, the National Honor Society will
conduct its annual induction ceremony beginning
at 1:40 p.m.
Congratulations to Coach Bill Speller, his staff,
and the football players for an exciting football
season! At the writing of this newsletter, the team
was preparing for the Regional Final Champion-
ship game. Here is hoping for three more wins!
There has never been a better time to be a Raider!

October Students of the Month
Wayne Trace JH-HS recently named their Octo-
ber Students of the Month. They are: 7
th
Grade:
Alli Hefner, 8
th
Grade: Kalin Gerber, 9
th
Grade:
Jerrickah Thomas, 10
th
Grade: Victoria Ryan,
11
th
Grade: Gina Sinn, 12
th
Grade: Lauren Speice.
These students were awarded a 'Raider Pride;
Pay Forward¨ t-shirt. Great Job!

Teacher of the Quarter
Mrs. Jacqueline (Frake) Davis was recently
named as JH-HS 'Teacher oI the Quarter¨. Mrs.
Davis recently rushed into action when a student
began choking in the cafeteria. After performing
the Heimlich Maneuver several times, the
student`s airway was cleared. Thanks to Mrs.
Davis` quick thinking a potential tragedy was
avoided. Mrs. Davis received a 'Raider Pride;
Pay Forward¨ t-shirt, and a $25 gas card compli-
ments of Payne Maramart.

Guidance Department News
Parents of seniors, if your son or daughter is plan-
ning on attending a college or university, you will
need to fill out a FAFSA form as soon as possible
in 2014. Paulding HS is offering a Financial Aid
Night on Monday, January 13, from 7:00-8:30
p.m. in the Auditeria. The presenter will be Amy
Francis from Defiance College. You may also
find more information at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Driver`s Education will be oIIered on December
2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11 and 12 from 5:15-8:30 p.m. at
WT High School. Registration materials are
available in the Guidance Office. The cost of the
class is $340. Please call Safe Start Driving
School at 419-258-1069 for more information.
Students must be 15 years and 5 months old to
take the class. Please bring your registration
form and payment to the first class.

NHS News
To assist you with your Christmas shopping, the
National Honor Society is hosting a babysitting
event on Saturday, December 7, from 9:00 a.m. to
3:00 p.m. in the HS cafeteria and gym for all chil-
dren between the ages of 3-11 (children must be
potty-trained). Children will be able to participate
in fun, supervised activities. Please provide your
child with a sack lunch and snacks as there will be
none provided. This service is free, although a
free-will offering will be appreciated. There is no
pre-registration required; you may just show up
on that day. You may take advantage of the
service for a full day or just for a portion of the
day if you prefer. If you have any questions,
please contact the NHS advisers, Joni Klopfen-
stein (klopfensteinj@wt.k12.oh.us) or Heather
Hatcher (hatcherh@wt.k12.oh.us) or you may
reach them by calling the high school.

Music Department News
Please join us for our holiday concerts scheduled
on the following dates:
Dec. 6 JH Choir/Band Christmas Concert at 7:00
(if we are in the state FB championship,
the JH concert will be Dec. 16 at 7:00
Dec. 13 HS Choir/Band Christmas Concert
at 7:00
Dec. 13 & 14 Musical Auditions time TBA

The Performing Arts Dept. is offering gift cards
which are purchased for face value, with the
music department getting the percentage shown
on the Great Lakes Scrip order form. Please
consider buying gift cards from us as you do your
holiday shopping! Following are order and pick
up dates (orders much be received by noon):
order by Dec. 2 for Dec. 6 pick up
order by Dec. 9 for Dec. 13 pick up

Athletic Department News
The Lady Raider BB team will be hosting a pork
chop dinner on December 20 in the HS cafeteria
from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Tickets will be presale only.
Carry outs will be available. Dinner includes a
pork chop (cooked by the VW Fire Dept.), baked
potato, green beans, dessert, and water. Tickets
may be purchased from any Lady Raider Basket-
ball coach or player for $8 until December 18.

HS Boys Basketball Ticket Information
Season tickets Ior HS boys` basketball games may
be purchased until the first home game on Decem-
ber 20. Season tickets will be on sale during
school hours at the HS or may be ordered by mail
by sending your check and stamped, self-
addressed envelope to Susie Johnson, WTHS,
4915 US 127, Haviland, OH 45851.
Season ticket prices are as follows:
Adults - $50 (10 home games x $5.00)
Students - $30 (10 home games x $3.00)
Pre-sale tickets Ior JV/Varsity boys` BB games
are $3 for students and $5 for adults; all tickets at
the door are $6. Pre-sale tickets will be sold the
day of the game and the day before except for
Saturday games; tickets for Saturday games will
be sold on Thursday and Friday. Pre-sale tickets
may be purchased from 7:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. in
the HS study hall. If there is a school delay or
early dismissal, these times are subject to change.
Pre-sale tickets will NOT be sold if school is
cancelled due to inclement weather. If there is a
scheduled 'No School¨ day, ticket sales will be
adjusted accordingly. Presale tickets may be pur-
chased at both elementary buildings. Please call
their offices for specific times.

Dec. 4-6 Payne Elem. Santa`s Workshop
Dec. 6 JH Band/Choir Christmas Concert 7:00
Dec. 7 NHS Babysitting Service 9:00-3:00
Dec. 7 & 14 Mini Raider Cheerleaders 8:00-10:00
Dec. 10 GH Elem. Christmas Program 1:30 & 7:00
Dec. 12 Senior Citizens Luncheon 12:45
Dec. 13 Payne Elem. Christmas Program 9:30 & 1:30
Dec. 13 HS Band/Choir Christmas Concert 7:00
Dec. 13 & 14 Musical Auditions TBA
Dec. 14 December ACT
Dec. 20 Payne Elem. Benefit BB Game 9:30
Dec. 20 End of 2nd Quarter
Last day before Christmas Break
Dec. 23-Jan. 3 NO SCHOOLChristmas Break
Jan. 6 SCHOOL RESUMES

Dec. 2 JH girls BB-H-Lincolnview 5:00
Freshman boys BB @ Kalida 5:00
Dec. 3 JH girls BB @ Continental 5:00
JH boys BB-H-Ft. Jennings 5:00
HS girls BB @ Bryan 6:00
Dec. 5 JH girls BB-H-Antwerp 5:00
JH boys BB @ Crestview 5:00
Dec. 7 Freshman boys BB-H-LCC 5:00
JH girls BB @Crestview 10.00
JH wrestling @ Allen East 10:00
HS wrestling @ Arcadia Inv. 10:00
HS boys BB @ Paulding 6:00
Dec. 9 JH girls BB @ Delphos Jeff. 5:00
HS girls BB-H-Liberty Ctr. 6:00
Dec. 10 JH girls BB @ Hicksville 5:00
JH boys BB-H-Hicksville 5:00
Freshman boys BB-H-Pldg. 5:00
HS girls BB @ Paulding 6:00
HS wrestling@ Edgerton 6:00
Dec. 12 JH girls BB @ Parkway 5:00
JH boys BB-H-Ayersville 5:00
HS wrestling @ Ayersville 6:00
Dec. 14 Freshman boys BB @ Col. Grove 10:00
HS boys BB @ Lincolnview 6:00
Dec. 16 HS girls BB-H-Lincolnview 6:00
Dec. 17 JH wrestling-H-P. Henry/Tinora 4:30
JH girls BB-H-Woodlan 5:00
JH boys BB @ Woodlan 5:00
Dec. 19 JH girls BB @ Ottoville 5:00
Freshman boys BB @ Van Wert 5:00
Dec. 20 HS boys BB-H-Parkway 6:00
Dec. 21 HS girls BB-H-Ft. Jennings 1:00
HS boys BB-H-Miller City 6:00
Dec. 27 HS boys BB @ Woodlan 6:00
Dec. 28 HS wrestling @ LCC Tourney 9:30
Dec. 30 JH boys BB-H-Paulding 4:30
DISTRICT CALENDAR EVENTS
WAYNE TRACE LOCAL SCHOOLS - DECEMBER 2013 NEWSLETTER
MESSAGES FROM THE PRINCIPALS
ATHLETIC EVENTS
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Special Recipe
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selected varieties
Save $4.50
Bounty
Paper Towels
selected varieties
Limit 1 - Add’tl $7.99
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Charmin
Bath Tissue
selected varieties
Limit 1 - Add’tl $7.99
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Rotisserie
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Save up to $1.00 lb.
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When the time comes to honor a
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Christmas Open House
December 6 & 7
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328 George St., Van Wert
(off Shannon St.)
Several Vendors Displaying
Crafts - Florals - Dragons
Dolls - OSU Items - Pampered
Chef - Collectibles - Clothing -
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15p1
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Cookie, Candy Walk & Craft Sale
and other Goodies
Edgerton Wesleyan Church
In Edgerton, Indiana
Dawkins Rd and the IN/OH State line
Hurry In “One Day Only”
Saturday, Dec. 7th; 8am-5pm
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Ph. 419-263-2977
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Defiance, OH
Call 419-784-0828
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Dairy Queen
1101 N. Williams St. • Paulding, OH
Phone: 419-399-2542
NEW HOURS:
Mon. – Sat. 10:30-9:00
Sun. 11:00-9:00
Tuesday is Family Night at DQ
Dairy Queen
Buy a Regular Priced
Combo Meal & Get Any
Kid’s Meal for $1.29
4pm-8pm
Monday, December 2, 2013 Paulding County Progress-Weekly Reminder - 7
100,000 MILE SERVICE
$
379.95
Oil change, tire rotation, coolant exchange, transmission flush,
change fuel filter, replace engine air filter
*Spark plug replacement extra
800-399-2071 • North on US Hwy. 127, 1255 N. Williams St., Paulding • www.stykemainchevy.com
WINTERIZATION PACKAGE
$
135
Oil change, tire rotation, complimentary brake inspection, coolant exchange,
load test on battery
* Synthetic & diesel oils may cost more. Call dealer for details.
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Drive Dual Rear Wheel Ltz ....................................................................................$38,996
Used 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Extended Cab Standard Box
4-Wheel Drive Lt ...........................................................................................................$27,960
Used 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4wd Crew Cab
Short Box Lt W/1lt .....................................................................................................$25,231
Used 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche 4wd Crew Cab Lt W/3lt..............$23,995
Certified 2011 Gmc Acadia Fwd 4dr Slt1......................................................$23,524
Used 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4wd Crew Cab
Short Box Lt W/1lt .....................................................................................................$21,450
Used 2010 Gmc Acadia Front-Wheel Drive Sl .........................................$20,994
Used 2010 Chevrolet Traverse Front-Wheel Drive Lt W/2lt ..........$20,476
Used 2011 Chevrolet Equinox Fwd 4dr 1lt................................................$17,989
Certified 2012 Chevrolet Cruze Sedan 1lt..................................................$16,995
Used 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Ls ........................................................................$16,426
Certified 2010 Chevrolet Malibu Ltz................................................................$14,628
Certified 2011 Chevrolet Malibu Lt With 1lt..............................................$14,171
Certified 2011 Chevrolet Malibu Ls.................................................................$13,456
Used 2008 Chevrolet Impala 4dr Sdn 3.5l Lt..........................................$13,340
Used 2008 Chevrolet Impala 4dr Sdn 3.5l Lt..........................................$12,859
Used 2004 Chevrolet S-10 4wd Crew Cab Short Box Ls................$11,959
Used 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2wd Regular
Cab Long Box Ls.............................................................................................................$9,995
Used 2007 Chevrolet Impala 4dr Sdn 3.5l Lt.............................................$9,886
Used 2005 Gmc Canyon 4wd Crew Cab 1sc Sle Z85..........................$8,994
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Certified 2012 Chevrolet
Cruze Sedan LS
$13,796
Certified 2010 Chevrolet
Malibu LT 2LT
$14,239
Used 2009 Chevrolet Equinox
Front-Wheel Drive LS
$11,945
Used 2008 Chevrolet Silverado
1500 4WD Extended Cab
Standard Box LT W/1LT
$17,996
Used 2013 Chevrolet
Malibu LS
$16,426
Certified 2012 Chevrolet
Silverado 1500 Extended Cab
Standard Box 2-Wheel Drive
Work Truck
$20,963
Certified 2012 Chevrolet
Cruze Sedan 1LT
$17,499
Used 2012
Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew
Cab Short Box
4-Wheel Drive LT
$28,979
Certified 2011 Chevrolet
Impala LTZ
$15,979
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Rebates ................................. $1,500
Sale Price ............................ $20,860
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MSRP ................................... $20,845
Jim’s Discount ........................ $1,662
Rebates ..................................... $500
Sale Price ............................. $18,683
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575 W. HIGH ST., HICKSVILLE, OHIO • 1-800-686-2438 • out our inventory at www.jimschmidtchevy.com
SEE OUR SALES PROFESSIONALS
Terry Ayers • Chip Baker
Al Ehlinger • Brad Karris • Kim Langham
Harold McDougle • Tod Perry
Deb Gloor • Rudy Straley
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WEEK LONG BLACK FRIDAY EVENT
PRICES ONLY GOOD THROUGH MONDAY, DEC. 2
2013
Chevy Cruze
Monday, December 2, 2013 Paulding County Progress-Weekly Reminder - 9
Integrity Ford
419-399-3766 OR 419-399-2555
Toll Free 888-346-8347
860 East Perry St. (St. Rt. 127 South) Paulding, Ohio
www.Integrityford.net
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OUR MAJOR REMODELING
IS COMPLETE
AND WE’RE
CELEBRATING

Great Prices on
New & Used Cars & Trucks
See our Experienced Sales Staff
Rick Greear - Dennis Recker - Jim Warren
Pete Vail & Frenchie Britt
During the
month of December
$
9.95 Oil Changes
All makes and models welcome. Includes up to 5 qts. of oil - excludes diesels.
No pickup and delivery with this offer. Genuine Motorcraft Oil.
Oil Changes
& Tire Rotation -
$
19.95
10 - Weekly Reminder-Paulding County Progress Monday, December 2, 2013

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