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Senior Citizen Center turns 40


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS The
Delphos Senior Center is
40 years young.
From its humble beginnings in a former grocery
store, the facility on Suthoff
Street has grown to include
a renovated multi-purpose
room for bingo, lunch and
other programs, a new
parking lot and a garage for
transportation vehicles.
The focus, as always,
is meeting the physical,
social, economic and intellectual needs of senior citizens.
Our seniors have done
a lot for all of us. Its our
turn to help take care of
them, Center Director
Alice Curth said.
The center is a busy
place during lunchtime,
with meals catered by the
Delphos Eagles Lodge at
11:30 a.m. for $4 and bingo
to follow. The center also
has an educational speaker
during lunch every so often,
with the next presentation
on Estate Planning at 11:30
a.m. on Nov. 10.
They also offer health
screenings, like blood pres-

sure checks on the first and


third Wednesdays at noon,
a foot care clinic on the
second Tuesday of every
month starting at 1 p.m.
Wise Hearing Solutions will
be at the center at 1 p.m. on
Nov. 17 for hearing checks.
For those who like to
stay active, exercise classes
are held at 10 a.m. Monday
and Thursday and line
dancing at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Card sharks can join
in the fun with bridge on
Tuesday afternoons and
euchre on Friday afternoons.
Office Manager Angie
Goodwin handles transportation scheduling and
according to Curth, does
everything and knows
everything.
We have a good, caring
staff that makes things happen, Curth said.
Jed Gerold helps seniors
with Medicare, drug plans,
Winter Crisis (HEAP) and
Summer Cooling programs
with the center Outreach
and Shirley Jarman, when
shes not baking and crafting to help raise money for
the center, assists seniors
with their tax preparation.
See SENIORS, page 15

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Christmas special set on


swimming pool passes
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

Delphos Senior Citizen Inc., is offering the Greenlight A


Vet campaign to establish visible national support for veterans by changing one light to green. The center has green
lights available for veterans age 60 and over. If they call
or stop in, an employee can even put it in for them. Above:
Dave Stemen, right, van driver, is placing a green light for
veteran John Rostorfer. (Submitted photo)

Jeffersons National Honor Society inducts 19

DELPHOS Are you having a hard time figuring out


what to get your children or grandchildren for Christmas?
The City of Delphos has the solution and will offer a
Christmas Special on 2016 Season tickets for the Delphos
Municipal Swimming Pool.
Certificates can be purchased from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
on Dec. 4 at the Municipal Building, 608 N. Canal St. and
from 6-8:30 p.m. at fire chiefs office in the Safety Service
Building at 125 E. Second St. during the Kiwanis Club of
Delphos Hometown Christmas Celebration.
The one-day special prices will be $40 for individual
season passes and $125 for family season passes. These
certificates must be presented to the city along with a
completed application in May when ticket sales begin.
Individual passes are normally $80 and family passes are
$190.
Several council members had been asking what we
could do for the voters for passing the levy for Parks and
Recreation and then a couple of grandmothers called and
wanted to know if they could purchase passes for their
grandchildren so we thought this would be a great opportunity to offer some savings on passes as a thank you
and give people a chance to purchase them for Christmas
gifts, Safety Service Director Shane Coleman said. We
got councils blessing on Monday and put this together.
Coleman said pool attendance has also been a little slimmer the past several years.
We have tried some other things like Free Popcorn
Wednesday and a free swim day as a way to get more people to the pool and to say thank you to voters, Coleman
said. Hopefully the pool pass sale will bring more people
to the pool next summer.

Annual meteor
swarm bigger and
brighter than usual

Jefferson High School inducted 19 students into its National Honor Society chapter Wednesday. Above: New
members include, front from left, Cole Arroyo, Benjamin Curth and Hunter Binkley; and back, Conner
Berelsman, Jace Stockwell, Tristan Moore, Corey Dudgeon and Jakob Blackburn. Below: Additional new
member are, front from left, Alexa Plescher, Kylie White and Lindsey Jettinghoff; and back, Regan Nagel,
Bethany Williams, Danielle Harman, Lauryn McCann, Kiya Wollenhaupt, Kaytlin Ward, Alesha Harshman
and Danielle Dancer. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

BY STEVE COBURNGRIFFIS
DHI Media Staff Writer
sgriffis@delphosherald.com
If youre spotting bright
lights flashing through the
sky, youre not alone. From
Taiwan to Chile and across
the United States, reports
of fireballs lighting up the
night are coming in fast and
steady. No worries, though.
Its neither the end of days
nor an extraterrestrial invasion. In fact, it happens
every year.
The annual Taurid
meteor shower is going on
right now, and we are seeing
steady activity in our meteor cameras, explained Bill
Cooke, lead for the NASA
Meteoroid Environments
Office. Individuals should
not be surprised if they see
a bright meteor or fireball
over the next few nights.
Every
year
from
September-November, the
Earth passes through a
broad stream of debris left
by Comet Encke. The dust
associated with the comet

hits the Earths atmosphere


at 65,000 mph and burns up,
creating the Taurid meteor shower. Most years the
shower is weak, and only a
few Taurid meteors are seen
each night. Other years, the
Taurids can put on a show.
This year, the Taurids
may be more active than
usual. So much more so, in
fact, that skywatchers are
reporting as many as 10 to
12 meteors an hour, some
of which are so bright, they
light up the landscape.
According to NASA,
the three-month long event
began in September and will
continue on through the end
of November. The best time
to view these Halloween
fireballs in this area, however, is within the next few
days. Clearing skies and
a waning moon rapidly
approaching its next new
phase both increase visibility and reduce illumination. Conveniently, these
two factors coincide with
peak Taurid activity, NASA
reports.

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St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in
Landeck will hold its annual Sausage and
Sauerkraut Dinner Sunday at the church
The meal, which will be served from
3:30-7 p.m. and includes sausage, homemade sauerkraut, pancakes, apple sauce
and mashed potatoes topped off with pie
and ice cream. Carryouts will also be
available.

St. Johns High School is selling basketball tickets from 7:30 a.m. to noon, 12:30-4
p.m. and 7-8 p.m. Monday; from 7:30 a.m.
to noon and 12:30-4 p.m. Tuesday; and
from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday in the high
school office.
Boys general admission season tickets
are available. Contact the office (419-6925371).

Tickets prices are: Boys student season,


$40; adults general admission season, $55;
adult reserve seat season, $90.
Girls student season pass, $30; adult
season pass, $60.
A family pass will get the holder into
all boys and girls junior high basketball
games for $25.

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Rosemary Bensman

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Nancy Spencer, editor

FROM THE ARCHIVES


One Year Ago
The Center of Science
and Industry (COSI) brought
its traveling COSI on
Wheels program to Franklin
Elementary School on
Tuesday. Second-grade students Blake Wagoner, Kiley
Rigdon, Tanner Hetrick and
Ariana Davis wore safety goggles to visit the Gas,
Solids and Liquids table and
experiment with the expansion of gas.
25 Years Ago 1990
Delphos City School
District voters approved a
3.31 mills, three-year bond
issue to supply $750,000
to replace roofs and windows in two of the schools.
Supt. Bruce Sommers said
$350,000 will be spent to
replace the 20-year old roof
on Jefferson Senior High
School and Training Center
with $160,000 allocated to
replace the roof on Franklin
Elementary School.
Jefferson senior slotback
Gary Teman was selected
winner of the Robert Christy
Award for football. The
award represents the teams
most valuable player as voted
by fellow players. Supt.
Bruce Sommers presented
the award to Teman at the
recent postseason banquet.
Neil Blair, Commercial
Bank branch manager and
James Vincent, vice president, presented a check to
Jason Montgomery, Elida
Future Farmers of America
advisor. The check was presented to help pay for expenses on the FFA trip this week
to the National Convention in
Kansas City, Mo. Other FFA
members attending the convention are Joel Anderson,
Doug Arte, Aaron Crider and
Chris Kovacek.
35 Years Ago 1980
Sixth-grade students at St.
Johns Elementary School
recently studied ancient
Sumaria and Phoenicia in a
social studies course taught
by Sr. Mary Edward Ann.

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involved in a
car accident
while texting.
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Delphos. Officers
located Cook a
short time later and
took him into custody. He was transported to the Allen
County Jail to await
extradition to Lucas
County.
On Wednesday,
officers took a
report from a female
that claimed that
she was assaulted
Cook
by another female at
a business in the 1100
block of Elida Avenue. The female did not
wish to pursue charges but wanted the incident documented

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Rosemary Bensman, 90,
general manager
of Delphos, passed away on
Delphos Herald, Inc.
Thursday, November 5, 2015,
Lori Goodwin Silette,
at Vancrest healthcare Center of
circulation manager
Delphos.
She was born December 9,
The
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1924 in Bluffton, Ohio, to Noah
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and Hilda (Carder) Hershey.
daily except Sundays, Tuesdays
They preceded her in death. She
and Holidays.
was united in marriage to Alfred
The Delphos Herald is delivBensman; he preceded her in
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$1.82 per week. Same day
death on November 10, 1986.
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Survivors include two sons,
done through the post office
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these counties is $117 per year.
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Entered in the post office
of Delphos; 10 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and two in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
great-great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by a daughter- Periodicals, postage paid at
in-law, JoAnn Bensman; three sisters, Mildred Mullenhour, Velma Delphos, Ohio.
Bridges, and Esther Rex; and three brothers, Arthur, Harvey, and
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Rosemary was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church and
Displaying their cuneiform Motor Sales. New 1956 modOffice Hours
a 1943 graduate of Vaughnsville High School. She had worked at
tablets were Susan Friemoth, els on display included three
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Delphos Poultry then at Eagle Print, retiring after eight years of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fairlane Club Sedans; one
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Mass of Christian Burial will be on Monday, November 9,
to THE DELPHOS HERALD,
Pohlman, daughter of Mr. Hard Top, and two Custom
2015 at 11:00 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, with
405 N. Main St.
and Mrs. James Pohlman; Line four-door sedans. A
Father Dennis Walsh officiating. Burial will follow in St. Johns
Delphos,
Ohio 45833
Dave Wieging, son of Mr. Station Wagon Series six
Cemetery. Friends may call from 2-8p.m. on Sunday, November
and Mrs. Darrell Wieging; passenger country sedan was
8, 2015 at Harter and Schier Funeral Home, where there will be a
and Pat Hickey, son of Mr. also on display. Many people
Parish Wake to begin at 7:30 p.m. Memorial contributions may be
have been visiting the Raabe
and Mrs. Tom Hickey.
made to the American Alzheimers Association.
ORRECTIONS
Jefferson Senior High Motor Sales display room on
To leave condolences please go to www.harterandschier.com
Schools National Honor North Canal Street to inspect
Society chapter inducted 17 these new models.
Coverage of candidate elecSt. Johns High School
new members Friday aftertions in Wednesdays edition
noon at Jefferson Middle held their first Homecoming
of the Delphos Herald conSchool auditorium. New event Sunday as the crowntained misinformation. It was
Information submitted
Delphos, admitted to vio- reported that all incumbent
members include Kathy ing of the queen ceremolating her probation by fail- candidates won their contestLuersman, Frances Sneary, nies was held before the St.
The following individ- ing to report for daily drug ed seats. This was not the case
Jayne Ervin, Nancy Guthrie, Johns-Springfield football
Ann Youngpeter, Barb game. Entering on the sta- uals appeared in Van Wert screens and by failing to in the Elida Village Council
Jettinghoff, Lisa Powell, Jeff dium field riding in con- County Common Pleas complete Westwood coun- race. Challenger Jon Toby
seling. She was sentenced Jenkins garnered more votes
Suever, Susie Cano, Mary vertibles, Deanne Weigle Court Wednesday:
Judge Kevin Taylor
to prison for 11 months than either of the two incumHighbea, Tina Kill, Ronald and her court consisting of
Probation violations
with credit for 131 days bent councilmen on the ballot
Stone, Tom Wurst, Pete Mary Vogt, Virjean Dickman,
Kaitlyn Russell, 20, already served.
Hohlbein, Ben Bonifas, Jim Sandra Pathoff, Margaret
and unseated sitting councilWrasman, Marilyn Fredrick,
Wilson, and Amos Place.
man John Dillon. Jenkins and
Diana Brickner and Janice
50 Years Ago 1965
incumbent councilman Larry
With their final game Lause marched across the
Flick were elected to seats on
of the season played here field to the special throne in
council. The Herald regrets
Friday night, St. Johns Blue front of the stadium.
any confusion this may have
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Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
75 Years Ago 1940
Jays defeated the Parkway
caused.
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11/8
11/9
11/10
11/11
George Gilpin, East Fifth
Panthers, the final score being
22-6. Dave Hoehn scored in Street, a retied Nickel Plate
the first quarter on a three- engineer, was honored at a
55/32
52/31
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64/52
yard run. In the second quar- regular communication of
ST. RITAS
ter, St. Johns scored its sec- Hope Lodge, No. 214, F. & Sunshine
Abundant
Plenty of
Times of
Cloudy.
A
boy
was
born Nov. 3 to
sunshine.
sun. Highs
sun and
Highs in the
ond down when Bob Spieles A. M., Wednesday evening in along with
Valerie and Shawn Develvis
some
cloudy
Highs
in
the
in
the
upper
clouds.
mid
60s
and
intercepted a pass and ran 14 Masonic temple. Dan Ridenour,
of Delphos.
low 50s and 50s and
Highs in the lows in the
yards to hit pay dirt. Hoehn Worshipful Master, represent- intervals.
High near
lows in the
lows in the
low 60s and low 50s.
A girl was born Nov. 3 to
plunged over the one-yard ing the Grand Master of the 55F. Winds low 30s.
mid 40s.
lows in the
Kristy and Travis Gallmeier
line in the third quarter for Grand Lodge of Free Accepted WNW at 10
low 50s.
of Delphos.
Masons of Ohio, presented to 20 mph.
the final Blue Jay TD.
A boy was born Nov. 4 to
Leslie C. Peltier, the Delphos Gilpin with a 50-year medal in
Paige and Brandon Miller of
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resident known throughout the recognition of Gilpins having AM
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world for his achievements in completed 50 continuous years Sunset: 5:26 Sunset: 5:25 Sunset: 5:24 Sunset: 5:23 Sunset: 5:22
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astronomy, has written an auto- as a Master Mason, all of which
Arielle Thompson of Delphos.
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biographical book. Peltiers he has accumulated in Hope
book, scheduled for release later Lodge.
Preparations are now
this month is called Starlight
Nights, and is submitted, The under way at Delphos
Adventures of a Star-Gazer. In Jefferson High School for
addition to authoring the book, the opening of the 1940-41
Peltier drew the illustrations basketball season. The first
and designed the books jacket. meeting of candidates for the
Fort Jennings Muskies team was held Wednesday at
toppled the Lincolnview the school with Coach Jack
Week of November 9-13
milk available daily.
Lancers 58 to 45 in the first Palmer in charge. TwentyST. JOHNS
Monday: Chicken gravy over mashed
game of the basketball sea- four boys who were not out
Monday: Hamburger/ whole grain potatoes, peas, dinner roll, fruit.
son. Bob Gerker led his team for football answered the first
bun/ pickle and onion, sweet potato fries,
Tuesday: BBQ rib sandwich, baked
to victory with a total of basketball call.
beans, cheese slice, fruit.
A luncheon for the mem- peaches, fresh fruit, milk.
22 points. Another 12 points
Tuesday: Chicken wrap whole grain/
Wednesday: Cheesy rotini, sweet potawere scored by Tom Menke. bers of the Fortnightly Bridge
lettuce//
tomato/
cheese,
black
beans,
toes,
bread stick, fruit.
The Muskies lost three of Club was served at the Phelan
Thursday: Pizza burger, mixed vegetatheir top players after the Hotel at 1 p.m. Wednesday. pears, fresh fruit, milk.
Wednesday: Sloppy Jo sandwich/ bles, shape up, fruit.
second quarter. Leibrecht, Following luncheon, bridge
Friday: Breaded chicken sandwich,
Hellman and Schroeder were was played at the home of whole grain bun, peas, mandarin oranges,
broccoli, cake, fruit.
removed from play. Don Mrs. John Mueller, Sr., East fresh fruit, milk.
Thursday: Italian grilled chicken sandLiebrecht was taken out for Third Street. Mrs. Frank
OTTOVILLE
Wulfhorst held high bridge wich, whole grain bun, broccoli, strawberinjuries.
Monday: Hamburger w/Romaine blend
score. The club will con- ries, fresh fruit, milk.
60 Years Ago 1955
Friday: Whole grain stuffed crust pep- lettuce and tomato slice, baked chips, carA good showing and much vene Thursday afternoon at
interest marked the display the home of Margie Kasper, peroni pizza, green beans, applesauce, rot stix, peaches, milk.
fresh fruit, milk.
Tuesday: Taco salad w/cheese, lettuce,
of 1956 Ford cars at Raabe North Franklin Street.
tomato, refried beans, Tacos K-3, corn
DELPHOS CITY SCHOOLS
K-3, pineapple, cookie, milk.
Monday: Chicken nuggets, cheez-its
Wednesday: Meatloaf, mashed potaFor movie information, call
or
bread/margarine,
green
beans,
peaches,
toes
w/gravy, whole grain butter bread,
419.238.2100
milk.
applesauce, milk.
or visit
Tuesday: Ham and cheese stromboli or
Thursday: Corn dog, Romaine blend
vanwertcinemas.com
deli sub, whole grain, bun, baked beans, lettuce, strawberries/fruit, pudding, milk.
Van-Del drive-in closed for the season
strawberry cup, milk.
Friday: Chicken breast, baked potato,
Wednesday: Salisbury steak, whole whole grain butter bread, mixed fruit,
grain dinner roll, mashed potatoes w/ milk.
gravy, juice cup/ fresh fruit, milk.
Thursday: Macaroni and cheese,
SPENCERVILLE
Sara Smith, DVM
whole grain dinner roll or deli sub on
Monday: Hamburger or cheeseburger
whole grain bun, carrots, 100% fruit sher- sandwich, corn, carrots and dip, peaches,
bet, milk.
milk.
Friday: Whole grain pizza, Romaine
Tuesday: Nachos w/meat and cheese,
salad, fresh vegetables, applesauce cup, salsa and sour cream, Mexican beans with
milk.
cheese, 100% juice, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast pizza, potato
FORT JENNINGS
bites, carrots and dip, strawberry cup,
High school salad bar will be every milk.
Thursday: Grades K-4: Chicken, brocWednesday and pretzels and cheese on
Friday. Chocolate, strawberry and white coli and cheese, carrots and dip, assorted
breads, peach crumble, milk. Grades 5-12:
Popcorn chicken, broccoli and cheese,
carrots and dip, Goldfish crackers, peach
Providing wellness, medical, surgical care for:
crumble, milk.
Dogs, Cats and Pocket Pets
Wheat
$4.88
Friday: Salisbury steak, mashed potaCorn
$3.98
toes, gravy, broccoli and dip, sweet roll,
106 Cam Ct., Lima, Oh 45805 419-228-1010
Soybeans
$8.60
applesauce, milk.
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DELPHOS On Oct. 30, officers met


with a male complainant at the Delphos
Police Department. The male told officers
that a female, known to him, had damaged
his car. Officers spoke with the female who
admitted to causing the damage. The report
has been forwarded to the Lima Municipal
Court and charges are currently pending.
On Sunday, officers were dispatched to the
1000 block of North Main Street in reference
to a possible theft. Officers spoke with the
male homeowner and found that it was not
a theft, but rather a civil incident between he
and his wife.
On Tuesday, officers were made aware
of an active warrant, issued out of Lucas
County for 45-year-old Richard Cook of

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Saturday, Novmber 7, 2015

Town Name 555-555-5555

10790 Elida Rd.


Delphos, OH
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FFA chapter 3-star National Chapter


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Ten FFA members attended at the 2015 National Convention including, front from left,
Rachel Kroeger, Avery Mercer and Michelle Rode; row two, Katie Bullock, Cody Wright,
Evan Krites and Emily Buettner; and back, Brent Buettner, Riley Claypool, and Caleb
Haunhorst . Attending convention but not pictured were Kylie Fritz, Jason Wittler and
Andy May. (Submitted photos)

American Degree recipient Jason Wittler is the son of Joe


and Louise Wittler of Delphos. Jasons SAE has included
working over 2,000 hours for Wittler Farms and Wittler
Seeds as a farmhand, raised 16 market hogs. He also participated in the outdoor power equipment, ag mechanics,
farm business mgt., general livestock judging career development events. He served on several committees, chaired
a few also. Jason attended State and National Convention
and other leadership activities. He also completed 120
hours of home improvement and over 70 hours of community service. Jason is currently attending the University
of Northwestern of Ohio majoring in agribusiness and
marketing

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LOUISVILLE, Kentucky The largest gathering of FFA members, recently took


place and 10 Delphos FFA members were part of it. More than 60,000 members, parents
and guests gathered for the National FFA Convention Oct. 28-31 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The purpose of this convention is to gather FFA members from across the nation to celebrate the achievements that have been made of the past year, broaden the horizons of
members by exposing them to new places, and motivate them to continue to reach their
goals.
Delphos FFA members boarded a charter bus on Wednesday morning with the Wapak
and Waynesfield FFA chapters. The first stop was a tour of Tyson Foods in Logansport,
Indiana.
That evening, members attended the first general session of the 2015 National
Convention highlighted by motivational speaker Dr. Rick Rigsby. They were entertained
by attending a country concert by Jake Owen and Maddy and Tae.
On Thursday, the group toured the Corvette Factory & Museum in Bowling Green,
Kentucky. Later that day, they toured Mammoth Caves in Louisville. Thursday evening
was highlighted by some recreation at Renaissance Fun Park a Go-kart Track, laser tagging and putt putt golf center.
Friday morning, they attended the fourth general convention session highlighted by
guest speaker Amberly Snyder. They also had the opportunity to visit the Career Show
at Convention. The Delphos FFA was also recognized as a 3-star National Chapter, the
highest ranking a chapter can earn at the national level.
The American Degree Session was the highlight of Saturday morning. Three Delphos
FFA members Kylie Fritz, Jason Wittler and Andy May were awarded their
American Degree, which is the highest award a member can earn. This degree is given
to only one-half of one percent of over 600,000 members. They have completed all of
the requirements through the FFA that enabled them to achieve the highest FFA honor
for a student. They all have received there Greenhand, Chapter and State FFA degrees.
They have been active members of the Delphos FFA chapter for five years, completed
four years of systematic Agriculture Education Instruction, have productively invested
$10,000, worked over 2,500 hours above scheduled class time, maintained a c or better
grade point average and were extremely involved as Delphos FFA members through a
numerous amount of Activities.

American Degree recipient Andy May is the son of Mike


and Sue May of Delphos. Andys SAE has included
raising and caring for 16 hogs and 25 chickens. He also
worked over 300 hours on Wrasman farms and over 1,400
hours at United Equity Inc.. He also compiled 45 hours
of home improvement and 120 hours community service
hours. Andy participated in parliamentary procedure,
Job Interview, and Greenhand quiz, and general livestock
judging career development events. He served on several
committees, chaired a few also. Andy also attended State
and National convention and other leadership activities.
Andy is currently attending the University of Northwestern
of Ohio majoring in agribusiness and marketing

American Degree recipient Kylie Fritz is the daughter of Eric


and Gina Fritz of Delphos. Kylies SAE has included raising
24 market hogs, a beef steer, 4 feeder calves and 25 chickens,
and also worked over 700 hours for Delphos Ace Hardware
and Rental. She also accrued 35 home improvement hours
and 110 hours of community service. Kylie served on several
committees, also was a chairman as well as vice president
and president of the chapter. She also participated in the
Greenhand quiz, parliamentary procedure, public speaking,
job interview and general livestock judging career development events. She attended State and National convention,
MFE, State leadership night and other leadership activities.
Kylie is currently attending the University of Northwestern
of Ohio majoring in agribusiness and marketing.

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Local/State
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TODAY
9 a.m.-noon Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge of the St.
Johns High School parking lot, is open.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Delphos Postal Museum is open.
12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos Fire and
Rescue.
1-3 p.m. Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N. Main
St., is open.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
SUNDAY
1-3 p.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N.
Main St., is open.
1-4 p.m. Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E. Main St.
Kalida.
MONDAY
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
6 p.m. Middle Point Village Council meets
6:30 p.m. Shelter from the Storm support group meets in the
Delphos Public Library basement.
7 p.m. Marion Township trustees at township house.
Middle Point council meets at town hall.
7:30 p.m. Delphos Knights of Columbus meet at the K of
C hall.
Delphos Eagles Aerie 471 meets at the Eagles Lodge.
American Legion Post 268 Auxiliary meets at the post.
Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, 310 W.
Second St.
8 p.m. Delphos City Schools Board of Education meets at the
administration office.
TUESDAY
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
7:30 p.m. Ottoville Emergency Medical Service members
meet at the municipal building.

Library offers Food for Fines Nov. 27-Dec. 30


The Read One Program
with The Delphos Herald had
many library patrons participating and the library looks
forward to next years Read
One Program. Thank you to
the Nancy Spencer and The
Delphos Herald for being part
of the wonderful program.
The Page Turners Book
Club will meet at 10 a.m. on
Nov. 14 at the library to discuss
Amelia Earhart by Doris Rich.
The club is always welcoming
new members, the book club
meets on the second Saturday
of each month
The Librarys annual Food
for Fines project will start
Nov. 27 and run through Dec.
30. Patrons returning overdue
materials between those dates
will have their fines dropped if
a non-perishable item is donated to the library. Suggestions
are paper products, toiletries,
baby products, cereal, boxed
mixes, cleaning supplies or
canned goods. All donations
will be given to the Delphos
Community Christmas project
and the Delphos Thrift Shop
for their food bank. This is an
excellent way to help the less
fortunate during the holiday
season. The library also has on
the first Friday of each month
Pay-It-Forward Fridays which
allows patrons to return overdue materials and pay fines with
non-perishable items that are
given to the local food banks.
The library is also pleased
to announce the addition to our
collection of cake pans which
are able to be loaned out to
patrons for use. Interested in
baking? Stop by the library
and see what is available from
books to the pans to bake the
cake.

Books on CD
The End Game by Catherine
Coulter
Foreign affairs by Stuart
Woods
Lightning of Gold: A western story by Max Brand
Rogue lawyer by John
Grisham
See Me by Nicholas Sparks

Nonfiction
Wake up happy: The
dream big, win big guide to
transforming your life by
Michael Strahan
By developing Strahans
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positive
thinking,
and
a
sense of
play. He
also used
the Rules
to forge a
successful post
pro-ball
career as
cohost
with Kelly Ripa on Live!a
position for which he was
considered the longshotand
much more. In Wake Up Happy,
Michael shares personal stories
about how he gets and stays
motivated and how readers can
do the same in their quest to
attain their life goals.Inspiring
and chock full of advice that
will help the reader make significant strides toward pursuing
his or her dream, Wake Up
Happy is a book no one, young
or old, male or female will want
to miss.
Rosemary: The Hidden
Kennedy Daughter by Kate
Clifford Larson
Joe and Rose Kennedys
DVDs added to the collec- strikingly beautiful daughter
Nov. 8
Nov. 10
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Rosemary attended excluBraxton Scalf
Jason Trenkamp
Aloha
sive schools, was presented as
Cassandra Schnipke
Deb Watkins
Barbie in Rock n Royals
a debutante to the Queen of
Lauren Buettner
Arnie Kemper
Cinderella
England, and traveled the world
Jeff Klausing
Wilma Schrader
Dragon
Nest:
Warriors
dawn
with her high-spirited sisters.
Dan Diesel Schwinnen
Noah Miller
Furious 7
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Jeff Martin
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Marilyn Sickels
The Light keepers
fiercely guarded by her powerSusan Weeden
Helen I. Rode
Love & Mercy
ful and glamorous family.
GayLeen Rhinock
Diane Claypool
Peanuts: Emmy Honored
Major new sources Rose
Ken Blankemeyer
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Kennedys diaries and correCrystal Armstrong
Pups United
spondence, school and doctors
Tori Jackson
Sheriff Callies Wild West: letters, and exclusive family
Howdy Partner
interviews bring Rosemary
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his passion for leading, teaching and motivating, forging his
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uncommon intensity. A student
of psychology long before he
became a coach, Meyer believes
that trust is the bedrock of great
achievements and healthy relationships, and explains how to
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common purpose, and cultivates
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Fiction
After Alice by Gregory
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When Alice toppled down
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her safely home from this surreal world below the world.
See me by Nicholas Sparks
Colin Hancock is giving his
second chance his best shot.
With a history of violence and
bad decisions behind him and
the threat of prison dogging
his every step, hes determined to walk a straight line.
To Colin, that means applying himself single-mindedly
toward his teaching degree
and avoiding everything that
proved destructive in his earlier
life. Reminding himself daily
of his hard-earned lessons, the
last thing he is looking for is a
serious relationship.
Maria Sanchez, the hardworking daughter of Mexican
immigrants, is the picture of
conventional success. With a
degree from Duke Law School
and a job at a prestigious firm
in Wilmington, she is a darkhaired beauty with a seemingly flawless professional track
record. And yet Maria has a
traumatic history of her own,
one that compelled her to return
to her hometown and left her
questioning so much of what
she once believed. A chance
encounter on a rain-swept road
will alter the course of both
Colin and Marias lives, challenging deeply held assumptions about each other and
ultimately, themselves. As
love unexpectedly takes hold
between them, they dare to
envision what a future together
could possibly look like until
menacing reminders of events
in Marias past begin to surface.
All the stars in the heavens
by Adriana Trigiani
The movie business is
booming in 1935 when twenty-one-year-old Loretta Young
meets thirty-four-year-old Clark
Gable on the set of The Call of
the Wild. Though hes already
married, Gable falls for the
stunning and vivacious young
actress instantly.
Far from the glittering
lights of Hollywood, Sister
Alda Ducci has been forced to
leave her convent and begin
a new journey that leads her
to Loretta. Becoming Miss
Youngs secretary, the innocent
and pious young Alda must
navigate the wild terrain of
Hollywood with fierce determination and a moral code that
derives from her Italian roots.
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and Loretta encounter scandal
and adventure, choose love and
passion, and forge an enduring
bond of love and loyalty that
will be put to the test when
they eventually face the greatest
obstacle of their lives.
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The Good Dinosaur:


The Junior Novelization by:
Suzanne Francis (easy paperback)
Disney Pixars newest film
will be released this November
and with it comes several new
books that we have gotten in
for our young patrons. The
Good Dinosaur follows Arlo,
a good-natured dinosaur who
just wants to find his place in
the world. He and his family
work to maintain their farm,
but it is hard for Arlo who is
afraid of EVERYTHING.
Arlos world is turned upside
down when tragedy strikes his
family and he needs to grow up
fast. This book is full of dino
action and heart. A great introduction to the newest world
created by Disney Pixar, The
Good Dinosaur is sure to excite
your younger readers.
Flunked by: Jen Calonita
(junior fiction grades 4-7)
Flunked follows a young girl
named Gilly as she begins classes at Fairy Tale Reform School.
The schools mission is to turn
wicked delinquents and former
villains into future heroes, or
so they say. Gilly is sentenced
to three months at the school
after being caught stealing, but
she soon finds out that there is
more to this school than meets
the eye. All of her teachers are
former villains (like the Big
Bad Wolf, the Evil Queen, and
Cinderellas Stepmother) who
are super-scary. Are these former bad guys truly reformed?
With a battle of good and evil
making its way towards her
home, Gilly must find out fast.
Katie Woo, Super Scout
by: Fran Manushkin (readers
Level 1)
Katie Woo is back! In this
Katie Woo adventure, shes
joined The Super Scouts. Their
troop motto is We promise
to treat all scouts like sisters
and Katie must learn how to do
just that. The troop is going on
a hike in the woods and Katie
is asked to be partners with
a girl shes never met before.
While their hike starts out well,
Katie soon gets upset about the
new girl being a better scout
than her. Can Katie turn things
around and have a super hike
with her super scout sister? Pick
up this title today and find out!
Tree of Wonder: The
Many Marvelous Lives of
a Rainforest Tree by: Kate
Messner (nonfiction)
This beautifully illustrated
non-fiction title is perfect for
any young animal lover. Tree of
Wonder is about the almendro
tree and all of the different types
of life that call it home. Readers
can count each animal or insect
on the page, learn new facts
about the rainforest, and marvel at the vibrant illustrations.
This is a non-fiction title with
a little something for everyone. The book doesnt stop at
the end, but keeps going with
math problems, a list of further
reading, and video recommendations.
Harry Potter and the
Sorcerers
Stone: The
Illustrated Version by J.K.
Rowling (picture book/chapter book)
You may be thinking Its
2015, this book is old news,
but youre wrong. The Harry
Potter series just got even better. This new version is fully-illustrated by Jim Kay. The
illustrations in this book are just
as magical as the words on its
pages. Join Harry Potter on his
journey from a miserable boy
living in a cupboard under the
stairs to a wizarding student at
Hogwarts School for Witchcraft
and Wizardry. This classic story
is now more approachable for
younger readers and families
who love to read bedtime stories. A revamped chapter book
ready to be loved by a new generation. Pick up this title today
and fall in love with Harry just
as those who first read about
him 17 years ago did.
The Little Shop of
Monsters by: R.L Stine and
Marc Brown (picture book)
The author of Goosebumps
and the creator of Arthur bring
you a new adventure that the
whole family is sure to love.
This book follows two children as they explore a store
full of monsters. There are hungry monsters, stinky monsters,
sneezy monsters, and even
big bellied monsters! Children
learn how NOT to behave by
seeing how horrible the monsters in the shop are. The ending
comes with a surprise and a
quick escape that should have
children excited to read the
book again and again.

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Saturday, November 7, 2015

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Drawers that stick have got to go:
Lovina helps sons organize space
BY LOVINA EICHER

It is Wednesday evening and I still


havent taken time to write this column. Daughters Verena, Loretta, and
Lovina are washing supper dishes.
The boys and Joe are just relaxing
and getting cleaned up.
Our supper was a simple, easy
one. Verena and Loretta made OneKettle Soup for our meal. Also on
the menu were crackers, cheese, and
venison summer sausage. One-Kettle
Soup is a soup my mother always
made at home. It is a favorite in our
family. A quick soup when youre
running late for a meal.
While the girls prepared supper, I
helped the boys sort through clothes
in their bedroom. We put a bedroom
suite in there that we bought at
a recent auction. We needed some
dressers replaced. After our house
fire we had some older dressers given
to us, but the drawers always would
get stuck. Benjamin, 16, has his own
bed and Joseph, 13, and Kevin, 10,
share a bed. Our bedrooms upstairs
are big rooms so there is enough
space to fit two beds plus four dressers. Kevin was proud to have his own
dresser for his clothes.
Daughters Elizabeth and Susan
are off work from the RV factory
this week. Elizabeth and her dogs
spent the day here yesterday. We had
a nice day together. Timothy went
deer hunting in the evening and was
excited to get a 7-point buck with a
16 1/2 inch spread. This is the fourth
deer he shot with his compound
bow this year. They are getting their
freezer stocked for the winter.
Tomorrow daughters Susan,
Verena, Loretta, and I plan to go
to Elizabeths house to help her do

some cleaning. With her working


every day she doesnt always get
to do all the extra cleaning. We
will probably wash her windows and
whatever else she needs done.
When Timothy and Elizabeth were
here for supper one night and were
ready to leave, Izzy went to hide. It
was so cute that she wanted to stay
here. She gets so spoiled. Crystal is
different and will whine if Elizabeth
goes outside without her. Whenever
Elizabeth sits down, Crystal is right
by her side or on her lap.
Recently, we were surprised to
have visitors from Ohio. It was Joes
Uncle Solomon and his Aunt Rachel.
They had been here the evening
before with intentions to spend the
night here. We had been at our
neighbor Ruths wedding. We had a
voicemail when we came home from
Solomon. They had already checked
in at a motel but Joe told them to
come for breakfast. We had a nice
visit with them. This was the first
time Rachel saw where we live.
Daughter Susan just came home.
She went to Moses house tonight
and then they went to town. Mose
wanted to buy a new mattress for his
bed. He took Susan out for supper.
The rest are all in bed so I think Ill
join them.
Gods blessings to all!
Ill share the recipe for OneKettle Soup this week. I hope you
will enjoy it as much as we do.
One-Kettle Soup
1 pint canned chunk beef
4 medium potatoes, peeled and
diced
1 medium onion, left whole
1/2 pound noodles or thin spaghetti
salt and pepper

Fill a six-quart kettle with around


three quarts of water. Add beef, potatoes, and onion. Boil 810 minutes,
then add noodles. Stir often and boil
until noodles are soft. Add salt and
pepper to taste. Remove onion.
Note: More or less water can be
added and more or less noodles. If I
have company we add more to make
a bigger amount.
Lovina Eicher is an Old Order
Amish writer, cook, wife and mother
of eight. Formerly writing as The
Amish Cook, Eicher inherited that
column from her mother, Elizabeth
Coblentz, who wrote from 1991 to
2002. Readers can contact Eicher
at PO Box 1689, South Holland,
IL 60473 (please include a self-addressed stamped envelope for a
reply) or at LovinasAmishKitchen@
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Lovinas daughters made the family favorite One-Kettle Soup which


combines beef and broth, potatoes,
and noodles. (Submitted photo)

Kitchen Press
Wool, honey, aquaculture and turkeys contribute
significantly to the economy in the state of Utah.
Beef cattle and milk lead the way. Apples, cherries,
peaches, apricots, pears, onions, potatoes and dry
beans are grown here. The man who invented the
television was born in Utah.
Autumn Fruit Salad
2 large granny smith apples, cored and sliced
1 can (11 oz.) mandarin orange segments, drained
1 cup (11 ounces) mandarin orange segments,
drained
1 cup halved seedless red grapes
1-1/2 cups miniature marshmallows
1 carton (8 oz.) vanilla low-fat yogurt
2 tablespoons nuts, chopped
Do not peel apples. Core and slice apples, cut
slices into sixths. Combine apples, mandarin oranges and grapes. Add marshmallows and yogurt; mix
gently. Sprinkle nuts over salad. Refrigerate until
ready to serve.
Turkey Pot Pie
2 cups leftover turkey, no skin
1 cup leftover turkey gravy
1 can turkey gravy
1 can cooked potato slices
1 small can cut carrots
2-crust pie crust mix
Make crust as directions state. Divide in half.
Line bottom and sides of a 9x9-inch baking dish.
Combine turkey gravies in a separate bowl. Place
a layer of sliced potatoes, a layer of carrots and a
layer of cooked turkey in pan. Pour on 1/3 of gravy
mixture. Repeat at least once with layers. Pour rest
of gravy and cover with thin rolled pie crust mix.
Prick top crust for steam. Bake at 400 for 15 minutes. Lower oven temperature to 350 and continue
to bake about 40 minutes until brown and bubbly.

EPA proposes age restriction, stricter standards for pesticide application


PUTNAM COUNTY The Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) has proposed a minimum age (18) and stricter
standards for certifying applicators of restricted use pesticides
(RUPs). For commercial applicators in Ohio, there is no distinction between RUP and non-RUP users, hence these new
proposals potentially affect the certification and recertification of all licensed commercial pesticide applicators in Ohio
whether or not they actually use restricted use pesticides.
Private applicators are only required to be licensed in Ohio if
they use RUPs.
Much of what is proposed for the stricter federal standard
is already required by Ohio Law; for example, Ohio pesticide
applicators already take closed book exams, must recertify
on a three-year schedule, and keep pesticide records. The
proposed changes would however significantly increase the
recertification requirements for Ohio pesticide applicators.
The EPA has proposed that all applicators will be required to
take six units (50 minutes) of core plus three (private) or six
(commercial) units per category every three years. An Ohio
commercial applicator licensed in one category who is now
required to take five hours of recertification would have to
attend twelve 50-minute sessions every three years. An Ohio
private applicator licensed in one category who now needs
three hours of training to recertify would have to attend nine
50-minute sessions every three years. Applicators would be
required to present identification at exams and recertification
programs. For private applicators, the fumigation category
would be split into soil and non-soil fumigation categories.
There also would be an annual training requirement and
minimum age of 18 for trained service persons, who under

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current Ohio law only require a single, verified training prior


to occupational exposure to pesticides.
The public may comment on the EPAs proposal through
Nov. 23, 2015; there have been formal requests for an
extension to the deadline. Comments may be submitted to
the EPA at http://www.regulations.gov in docket number
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A Women in Agriculture Series starting on Nov. 9 will be
offered at the Putnam County Extension office. The meetings
start out with a meal at 5:30 p.m. followed by an educational
three-hour meeting on agricultural topics and will end by 9
p.m.
The preliminary schedule is as follows: 1) Nov. 9 - Cover
Crops and Soil Health (Jim Hoorman speaker) and 2) Dec. 7
Cover Crops and Economic Impact (Jim Hoorman). Starting
the New Year, Beth Scheckelhoff will lead a discussion on 3)
Jan. 11 Communicating on the Farm followed by 4) Feb.
1 New Pesticide Applicator Training (Beth Scheckelhoff and
Amy Stone). Peggy Hall (OSU Extension lawyer) and Barry
Ward (OSU AG Economist will lead a presentation on 5)
Feb. 17 - Farm Lease Workshop. The two remaining sessions
will be on 6) March 7 Grain Marketing and 7) April 4
Insurance for Farm and Family (speakers to be determined).
Due to donations from several local businesses (Ag
Credit, Farm Credit, Crop Production Services, Poet Ethanol,
Legacy), the cost of the program has been subsidized to
reduce the costs for speakers and travel. Each session will cost
$15 or a reduced price of $65 for all eight sessions. Ladies can
sign up for this program by contacting the Putnam County
Extension office (419-523-6294, Ann Meyer) or by contacting
Beth Scheckelhoff (419-592-0806 or email scheckelhoff.11@
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Topics such as inherited property and income tax on farm
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well as individuals who file their own farm taxes.
The cost for the one-day school is $130 and organizers
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Saturday, November 7, 2015

New lineup, same


result for Lancer
boys harriers
BY JOHN PARENT

DHI Media Sports Editor


sports@timesbulletin.com

VAN WERT In each of the last two years, Trevor


Neate and Colton Snyder were a part of a state-qualifying
Lincolnview cross country team.
This year, as the squads only two seniors, the duo is headed
back once again.
The Lancers placed third as a team at last weekends
Division III Regional Championships in Tiffin and will race
against 15 of the top teams in the state at this Saturdays
OHSAA State Championships, held at National Trail Raceway
in Hebron.
The best part about it is that Trevor and I are the only
two that (will have) ran in all three of our State appearances,
Snyder said. My sophomore and junior years were running
for my senior friends, to give them a chance to run down at
the State meet. This year, to see all of our underclassmen step
it up and give me the chance to run down at State, its just an
amazing experience to share that with Trevor this year.
Though the Lancers are making their third trip in as many
seasons, this years team is unique in its composition.
A lot of people assume that, because its the third year in
a row that its the same group, but its actually very different;
it has been very rewarding, Coach Matt Langdon explained
as his team prepared for a workout at Van Werts Rotary Park.
Theyve had to fight through injuries, theyve had to fight
through other adversities that no one really knows about. They
really shouldnt be here, but they decided that they were going
to be here. Its very cool.
Not one of them is an individual qualifier (Top-16 finish
at Regionals), which is rare; I dont think any other team at the
race this Saturday will have that, Langdon added. For us, we
are truly a team.
The pair of seniors are the only members of the team to
have any experience at National Trail, but Neate says the goal
remains the same.
Last year, we had a lot of upperclassmen; its kind of
different with all of the younger kids that havent been there,
but were still expecting to do well, Neate explained. Being
there for the third straight year is awesome. Colton and I ending our careers there is the most we could ask for. (We just
want) to improve; last year we improved our finish from two
years ago, and hopefully we can improve again this year.
Improvement, for the Lancers, has been a theme. Junior
Austin Elick has been a prime example of how an athlete can
make strides if he or she puts in the work needed.
Probably our No. 1 runner, Austin Elick, last year was a
(junior varsity) kid, and hes taken two-plus minutes off his
time, Langdon said. This part spring, we had a 4x8 relay
that went to State in track, and we had an injury so he had to
fill in. He did a great job for us, and I think that gave him the
confidence that he needed. From that moment, he bought in to
the summer program. He ran all summer, went to camp, did all
of that and came back clearly a different runner. I think that
State track meet, for him, was that missing piece.
He ran 19s and 20s last year, and hes trying to run in the
16s on Saturday, Langdon said. It has been neat to see him
mature in that way.
Members of the cross country team often log 40-50 miles of
running per week during the summer to prepare for the season,
and Neate even ran a half marathon, but once the tournament
trail began, Coach Langdon pulled back on the reigns.
At this point in the season, were trying to have fresh legs,
Langdon explained. We basically cut our mileage down - they
dont run as far. We still do the intensity, the uptempo stuff,
we dont change that, but we make sure that their bodies are
rested for these races. High school team race a lot, we run once
or twice per week, so theyre pretty worn by the end of the
season. When you flip that switch and all of a sudden youre
not doing as many miles, they get a little bounce in their step.
You see it in practice, they have a lot more energy; we kind of
translate that into the races.
One of the Lancers with the most bounce this week is
Snyder. A high-energy young man on or off the course, he
missed six weeks due to injury and only just returned to action
at the Regional meet.
I have an agitated fracture in my foot, which means I fractured my foot at some point, and the pain is finally starting to
catch up with it, Snyder explained. I was supposed to take
10-12 weeks off, but I ended up only taking six and now Im
back into the races.
I came in with some high spirits, Snyder added of his
Regional race, but after only biking for five weeks and only
running for a week prior, my body was not conditioned yet
whatsoever. My throat kind of hurt, running through it; it kind
of hurt going uphill and down hills, but overall it really wasnt
a bad race coming back off injury.
Though he was unable to participate with his teammates,
Snyder did what he could to motivate his squad.
It was definitely really hard, Snyder said of being sidelined. I kept high spirits, I kept yelling at the guys. I dressed
up a couple times, I even ended up videotaping practice this
past week and made a hype video for us - I kept up the energy
for sure, even though I wasnt on the course.
Though temperatures are expected to be roughly 20 degrees
cooler on Saturday than what they have been practicing in this
week, Coach Langdon says thats a benefit to his team.
Last year at State, it was sideways rain and freezing cold
- it was horrible, Langdon said. so when they saw 50s and
partly sunny, they were pretty excited; thats going to be perfect for them.

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Ticks in Ohio
American dog ticks, blacklegged ticks and lone star ticks
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Wildcats vs. Bearcats part 2


BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS There is an
old saying in football about
how difficult it is to beat a
team twice in the same season.
In high school football,
it isnt often the case that
you get the chance to either
sweep or avenge a defeat in
the same season.
Jefferson and Spencerville
will have the chance to do
one or the other, depending
on your perspective.
The Wildcats downed
the Bearcats 26-10 in the
annual Backyard Rivalry in
Spencerville a week ago in
the regular-season finale, giving the Red and White its
15th Northwest Conference
title (either solo or co-championship).
They will do it again
tonight at 7 p.m. at Stadium
Park, this time with a winor-go-home mentality added
to the intensity of the rivalry
in a Region 22 quarterfinal
matchup.
Jefferson (9-1, 7-0 NWC)
head coach Chris Sommers,
recently named NWC Coach
of the Year by his peers for
the second season in a row,
figures what was true then is
truer today as he assesses the

Black Attack (9-1, 6-1).


We know all about how
hard it is to beat an opponent two times in a season,
especially
back-to-back.
Spencerville is a very good
football team and we expect
the same hard-hitting and
intense game that we had last
week, Sommers acknowledged. Our coaching staffs
share simlar philosophies,
especially in you dont go
away from whats gotten you
here. Both of us have run the
ball effectively all season and
that wont change.
I do anticipate a few different wrinkles in what they
might try to do but they wont
go away from their fundamentals: being physical and
trying to control the line of
scrimmage.
This will be a battle of the
top two scoring teams and
in total offense in the leagu
: Spencervilles 42.9 points
and 408.4 yards rushing
(447.9 total) a game versus
Jeffersons 38.2 markers and
263.2 yards rushing (380.1
total).
Spencerville senior Zach
Goecke led the league in rushing (196 tries, 1,829 yards,
24 touchdowns) but Delphos
junior Hunter Binkley was
second (160 rushes, 1,165
yards, 18 TDs).
Bearcat Calvin Wilson

It was a pretty solid week of picks for


three of us.
John Parent went 10-2 (5-1 college,
5-1 pros) to jump to 59-47 (35-23/2424) .
I was next-best at 8-4 (4-2/4-2) to
now stand or sit, since I am sitting
down! 64-43 (37-22/27-21)
Guest Picker Smoke Watkins was 7-3
(5-0/2-3) to move those overall numbers
to 53-27 (29-16/24-11).
Erin Cox struggled to a 5-7 mark
(2-4/3-3) to drop to 57-50 (31-28/2622).
Unfortunately, due to reasons beyond
my control, we have no GP next week.
College: Florida State at Clemson;
TCU at Oklahoma State; LSU at
Alabama; Army at Air Force; Texas
Tech at West Virginia; Penn State at
Northwestern.
NFL: Green Bay at Carolina; Miami
at Buffalo; St. Louis at Minnesota;
Oakland at Pittsburgh; Chicago at San
Diego (Monday); Denver at Indianapolis.
JIM METCALFE
COLLEGE
CLEMSON: Fool me once, shame
on you. I let Clemsons past fool me
two weeks ago at Miami (a meltdown if
I ever saw one). Not this time. Perhaps
Dabo Sweeneys Tigers have turned the
corner and they get win this year they
should have last year over Noles.
OKLAHOMA STATE: Two teams
whose schedules are back-loaded. Both
can score and neither is tremendously
good on defense. Being at home gives
Cowboys the nod.
ALAMABA: I almost went with
Leonard Fournette and the Bayeaux
Tigers but Alabama generally doesnt
let one-dimensional teams beat them,
especially on the ground. They will
make LSU QB Harris beat them; bet
here says he wont.
AIR FORCE: Threw this one in here
for the Armed Forces. Always good
games with lots of passion and pageantry, being in Colorado Springs is a big
edge for Flying Falcons.
TEXAS TECH: Both teams can score
but Raiders have stopped teams once in
a while. Thats enough.
NORTHWESTERN: Penn State is
not the Penn State of before, though
coach Franklin will get them there.
Northwestern can harass QBs with the
best of them and score just enough for a
big Big 10/12/14 win!
PROS
CAROLINA: Not necessarily jumping on the Panthers bandwagon but

Pigskin Picks
were seeing they have lot more than
Cam. That defense has been rock-solid
all season with Luke Kuechly, Thomas
Davis and Company and Broncos
gave NFL blueprint for holding down
Rodgers.
MIAMI: Two completely baffling
teams that are disappointing. I flipped
my two-headed coin and it came up tails,
so Im going with the road Dolphins.
(See, others can have their reasons for
making picks!!)
ST. LOUIS: Todd Gurley is a young
All-Day Peterson and the Rams can play
defense with that front 4.
PITTSBURGH: I remember the
days of these rock-em, sock-em bloodbaths when they did not like each other.
Different days but methinks they still
despise one another. Give edge to a
fast-improving Steelers D.
SAN DIEGO: Da Bears dont have
Matt Forte and Jake Cutler still thinks he
can throw it throw a brick wall. Chargers
have been so close and my guess is as
they get O line healthy, they will break
through.
DENVER: This could be a trap game
for Broncos after big win over Packers
but defense travels well. Colts are having a dickens of a time getting it going
because Lucks luck seems to have run
out.
===========
ERIN COX
COLLEGE
CLEMSON: Well my hopes of winning this season are slowly slipping
away as I keep getting worse and worse
at my picks (Editors Note: I am like
a yo-yo!). Im going with Clemson
because they have it more figured out
than me.
TCU: Horned Frogs!!! I feel like this
is the school I never knew what TCU
stood for last year and apparently I also
didnt know their mascot because thats
funny!
ALABAMA: LSU, coming off a byeweek, will still be a little shaky on their
feet.
AIR FORCE: Chosen alphabetically.
TEXAS TECH: As was this one.
NORTHWESTERN: At home,
Northwestern wins.
NFL
GREEN BAY: I just dont like undefeated teams, so lets knock another one
out this week (EN: Fair enough!).
MIAMI: Buffalo has slowly changed
my mind about them all season and
Miami is flipping theirs to more of a
positive.

Wildlife Ohio

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was third (102 totes, 861


yards, 13 TDs) and Chris
Picker fifth (97 for 749, 7).
Delphos will also have
Brenen Auer (8th with 82
rushes for 612 yards and 8
scores) and Mike Cline at
11th (72 for 506, 6).
The quarterback matchup will pit Jeffersons Jace
Stockwell (56-of-84 passing, 1,169 yards, 15 scores,
1 pick) versus Spencervilles
Mason Nourse (18-of-39, 395
yards, 8 TDs, 1 pick).
Grant Wallace (15 catches, 391 yards, 4; 6th in
the league in yards), Ryan
Goergens (14 for 212, 3) and
Cline (9 for 198, 5) will give
Stockwell three big targets,
while Damien Corso (8 for
190, 5) is Nourses top target.
As well, its a matchup of
the top two scoring defenses in the NWC, with the
Wildcats ceding 9.0 points
per game and the Bearcats
16.4.
They are also the top two
in yards allowed per game,
with Jefferson first at 199.1
yards given up (96.3 rushing) and Spencerville second
(256.5 total, 96.2 rushing).
Jefferson will be led by
NWC Defensive Player of
the Yewar Dalton Hicks (73
solos, 36 assists), along with
Auer (36 and 14), Josh Teman
(35 and 11; 22 punts, 34.5

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yards per punt), Stockwell


(32 and 14, 3 picks), Adam
Rode (34 and 12), Davion
Tyson (25 and 8) and Drew
Reiss (3 picks).
Nourse (5 picks), Cody
Dickson (4 picks) and Corso,
Goecke and Alex Vickers (2
each) pace the Bearcat D.
Even
though
its
Spencerville, we still focus
more on what we need to
do. We made mistakes and
this week was spent trying
to correct them, Sommers
added. There are things we
want to keep getting better at
and that has been the focus of
our practice this week. Weve
had a great week of practice.
That is one thing that this
group has done every week,
week in and week out; they
come to practice hard every
day and that is a credit to the
senior class. This is a special
group of players we have and
I am blessed to not only have
them as our team but have
the coaching staff I do. Its
a blessing for our team, our
school and our community.
We wanted to win the
NWC that was our first
goal and we did that. Our
next goal was to make the
playoffs and we did that.
Now, we want to compete
well in this game and I expect
that we will.

ST. LOUIS: This one I really dont


have a preference nor a good reason
other than I have a feeling (EN: Reminds
me of a song!!).
PITTSBURGH: Well my statement
of never picking Pittsburgh again last
week didnt last long.
CHICAGO: I like watching the
Chargers lose (EN: My oh my; so cynical for someone so young!).
DENVER: Peyton back in Indyit
could be shaky, but Ill stick with him.
==========
JOHN PARENT
College:
Clemson- Okay, Im sold on Clemson
being really good. So now the Tigers can
lose at home to FSU. Ugh. This is why
I dont gamble (EN: A fool and his
money!)
Oklahoma State- Cowboys at home,
which is the only reason Ill take em in
what is otherwise a tool-up game.
LSU- I know Bama handled Nick
Chubb a few weeks ago, but Leonard
Fournette is a beast. Tigers is a squeaker.
Air Force- Games between service
academies are always tough to pick.
Texas Tech- I dont know if the Red
Raiders can stop the Mountaineers, but I
know they can score.
Penn State- The Lions have played
pretty well over the last four games,
including in the loss to the Buckeyes.
A shutout of Illinois last week has
the defense feeling good. That, and
a healthy Saquan Barkley, should be
enough to pull what would be a mild
upset on the road. See? You want analysis and reasoning? Let me pick games
involving teams Ive seen more than
once.
Pro:
Carolina- The Packers looked bad
last week at Denver and get another
unbeaten team on the road this week.
Carolina isnt pretty, but the Panthers
keep finding ways.
Miami- Okay, even with a terrible
start against the Patriots last week Im
back on the Dolphins bandwagon.
Rams- The Rams have a better coach,
a better QB and a better running back.
Yeah, I said it.
Oakland- The Raiders are good, even
if no one notices.
Chargers- San Diego is an average
NFL team. Chicago is well below average.
Denver- Not only is Denver rolling, but Andrew Luck has been playing
like the Colts should have kept Peyton
Manning (EN: Riot!!!).

pants into your socks and boots


and tuck your shirt into your
pants; Check yourself, family,
and pets regularly and remove
ticks immediately; Use anti-tick
products on pets; Ask your veterinarian about Lyme vaccines
for pets where blacklegged ticks
are found; Create a tick-safe
zone in your yard.
To use tick repellent properly follow these steps: First,
purchase an insect repellent containing permethrin; Apply the
permethrin to your pants and
boots and allow them to dry;
When heading to the field, tuck
your pants into your boots to

prevent tick access to your skin;


Once the permethrin is dry, it has
no odor and leaves no stain. The
repellent should remain effective
throughout the hunting season,
even with exposure to moisture
or hot-water washing.
Tick Removal If you are bitten
by a tick, do not panic. Carefully
remove the tick, including its
mouth parts, from your skin
using tweezers . Monitor your
health the following days.

See WILDLIFE, page 7

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Sports

Saturday, November 7, 2015

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2015 Delphos Midget Football Teams, Cheerleaders

The Reds cheerleaders (top) include Melanie Mueller,


McKenna Scalf, Alexis Teman, Phoenyx ODell, Alanna
Knebel, Madilyn Conley, Sydney Rostorfer, Alivia Joseph,
Chelsie Haggard and Mya Kill. ... The Vikings cheerleaders (second from top) are Hannah Wiltsie, Emma
Kill, Eowyn Shiery, Jada Hosking, Allissa Gallmeier,
Aubrey Metzger, Miranda Chambers, Malin Casemier,
Brielle Wright, Delaney Wright, Kailee Agner and Myleigh
Chambers, with advisors Sarah Fitch, Taylor Coronado,
Jacquie Kill and Danielle Carder. ... The Mohawks cheerleaders (second from bottom) were Megan Hoersten, Abby
Kerner, Megan Kerner, Faith Cross and Cadee Betz. Deb
Looser and Halle Hays were the advisors. .. The Raiders
cheerleaders (bottom) have Ava Hershey, Kaitlyn Dickman,
Briley Wertenberger, Lilah Ricker, Josie Ricker, Madelyn
Haehn, Emma Haehn, Olivia Ricker, Charlotte Dunahay,
Elle Smith and advisors Kelly Hershey and Lisa Dickman.
The Delphos Reds (top) for 2015 were Brayson Schulte, Trent Teman, Tyler Wilkins, Landon Elwer, Braylon Scalf, Cohen
Martz, Grant Ulm, Jacob Miller, Vincent Murray, Levi Rode, Josh Mueller, Braylon Conley, Adian Troyer, Jacson Kill,
Tyler Teman, Brady Zalar, Alex Martz, Camden Shafer, Wes Schier, Nolan Kunkleman, Xachaary Houx, Curtis Mueller,
Avery Schulte, Logan Murrey, Carson White, water boy Grady Martz amd coaches Scott Hamilton, Chad Ulm, Ben
Suever, Gary Teman, Cody Wiltsie, Mike Martz, Dave Martz and Travis Schulte. ... The 2015 Delphos Vikings (second
from top) football team has Boston Reynolds, Alijah Petty, Raiden Sams, Drew Boggs, Cole Binkley, Colin Bailey, Garritt
Richardson, Jack Gerker, Trace Casemier, Damon Wiltsie, Jacob Simmons, Landen Grothaus, Lucas Grothaus, Devin
Sanders, Mason Wiltsie, Cody Bailey, Caden East, Brayden Hensley, Issac Gallmeier, Karder Agner, Aiden Elsass, Gavin
Joseph, Caden Carder, Eli Kill, Braylon Metzger, Damon Gibson, water kids Kellen Carder, Kyla Carder and Myah
Boggs and coaches Jim Stockwell, Ryan Carder, Rob Boggs, Jon Boggs, Nick Reynolds and John Brenneman. ... The
Delphos Mohawks (second from bottom) for 2015 had Mikel Hale, Collin Feathers, Aiden Lanteigne, Drake Fitto, Nolan
Schwinnen, Camden Teman, Cole Hoersten, Brady Kerner, Anthony Bodine, Jayden Atkins, Matt Weitzel, Gavin Fittro,
Kobe OConner, Danny Schleeter, Rico Olmeda, Dillon Cross, T.J. Werts, Austin Moenter, D.J. Betz, B.J. Hutchison,
Asher Spring, Cameron Foust, Cole Brooks, Hunter Graham, Aaron Moenter, water boys Drake Fittro and Ian Fairchild
and coaches K.C. Looser, Dustin Looser, Logan Looser, Stuart Miller, Drew Neumeier, Tim Werts and Greg Feathers. ...
The 2015 Delphos Raiders (bottom) football team has J.J. Bonifas, Troy Smith, Devan Samons, Brenden Oleson, Brady
Ricker, Jaden Lucas, Blake Ricker, MJ Finkhousen, Nathan Ditto, Luken Brinkman, Keaton Catlett, Ghavin Bitters,
Blaine Martin, Trey Hershey, Greyson Rode, Alex Herron, Zander Roth, Josh Ringwald, Jacob Bonifas, Kaleb Catlett,
Clayton Paddubny, Daniel Meyers, Tyler Herron, Gavin Holdgreve, Zane Wertenberger, Logan Dickman, water boy
Jaxon Buzard and coaches Steve Buzard, Jeremie Buzard, Don Ditto, Doug Rode, Jace Metzner and John Martin. (DHI
Media/Lange Photography).

Wildlife

(Continued from page 6)

While the CDC recognizes a


36-48 hr. window is needed for disease transmission, there is evidence
that transmission can occur sooner.
Indian Creek Wildlife Area
dedicates renovated archery range
FAYETTEVILLE The newly-renovated Indian Creek Wildlife
Area Archery Range was recently
dedicated during a ribbon-cutting
ceremony.
The nrange offers seven shooting
lanes of 10-, 20-, 30- and 40-yard
stationary targets and an elevated
shooting platform and a broadhead
pit. The range also features an area
dedicated for shooters to bring their
3D targets and also a shooting plat-

form to practice tree stand-simulated


shooting. The range also includes a
14 target walkthrough course with a
shooting platform.
The ranges static targets as
well as the walkthrough course are
mobility accessible and built in
compliance with ADA (Americans
with Disabilities Act) standards,
with mobility accessible walkways,
shooting lines, target paths and 14
target woods course.
ODNR Director James Zehringer
welcomed the crowd and Division of
Wildlife Acting Chief Sue Howard
spoke about the renovation project
as well as future plans for the states
ranges. John Williamoski, Regional
Director for Senator Joe Uecker,
presented Director Zehringer with
a proclamation and state flag for

the range. To highlight the ADA


improvements at the range, members
of the NWTF (National Wild Turkey
Federation) Wheelin Sportsmen cut
the ribbon and opened the range
for shooting. Wheelin Sportsmen
provide people with disabilities,
opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.
The Clermont County River Valley
Longbeards Chapter of the NWTF
provided refreshments for the event.
The range project was funded
with Wildlife Restoration Funds and
is one of the first of many slated for Ohio. Range projects across
the state will receive funds for new
construction, range improvements,
and range modifications. Wildlife
Restoration funding comes from the
Pittman-Robertson (PR) Act enacted by President Franklin Roosevelt

in 1937. The funding source is an


11% federal excise tax on sporting
arms, handguns, ammunitions, bows
and arrows that manufacturers and
sportsmen support to fund conservation. The funding is a reliable source
because it does not come from state
tax dollars. Since the inception of the
PR Act in 1937, it has provided over
$8.4 billion to states including over
$190 million to Ohio for Wildlife
Conservation.
The range is located several
miles east of Fayetteville off of State
Route 50 on Murray Corner Road.
Hours of operation are dawn until
dusk. https://goo.gl/maps/gzncVNFMh6F2
For more information about
shooting ranges in Ohio, visit www.
wildohio.gov.

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Jeffcats Sommers named


NWC Coach of the Year again
DHI MEDIA STAFF REPORT
sports@timesbulletin.com

DELPHOS Jefferson
head coach Chris Sommers
was
named
Northwest
Conference Coach of the
Year, the league announced
on Wednesday.
It is the second straight
COY award for Sommers
the third year in a row that
a Jefferson head coach was
been given the honor.
Former
coach
Bub
Lindeman was named the
2013 conference Coach of the
Year. Jefferson (9-1 overall
and 7-0 in league play) won
its third straight NWC title,
claiming the 2015 championship outright with a Week 10
win over Spencerville.
Sommers wasnt the only
Wildcat to be honored. Senior
linebacker Dalton Hicks was
named the leagues Defensive

Player of the Year while


Spencerville senior Zach
Goecke was named Offensive
Player of the Year.
Joining
Goecke
on
the first team offense was
Bluffton
quarterback
Mitchell Ault, receivers
Blake Ansley (Ada), Aiden
Fortman (Col. Grove) and
Dakota Bricker (Bluffton),
running
backs
Hunter
Bunkley (Jefferson) and
Calvin Wilson (Spencerville)
and offensive linemen Noah
Illig (Jefferson), Evan Pugh
(Spencerville), Rece Roney
(Col. Grove), Logan Emerick
(Allen East) and Jarrett Sitton
(Paulding).
The first team defense consisted of Hicks, along with
fellow linebackers Ansley,
Goecke and Jordan Miller
(Crestview). The defensive
linemen named to the first
team were Bryce Lindeman

(Jefferson), Dakota Prichard


(Spencerville), Roney and
Coleton Lee (Ada). The
defensive backs were Jace
Stockwell and Drew Reiss
of Jefferson, Adas Chase
Sumner and Caleb Smelcer of
Allen East. Ada punter Trent
Jolliff was named the firstteam specialist.
Miller
was
easily
Crestviews most decorated
player. Along with his first
team defense honors, he
was named second team as
a specialist for his kick and
punt return prowess, and was
named second team as a running back. Junior tight end
Braden Van Cleave earned
a second-team selection as Fort Jennings Alex Berelsman fights to control the ball versus Archbold in Wednesday nights
a receiver while freshman Division III Regional semifinal. (DHI Media/Charlie Warnimont)
Drew Kline (defensive back),
junior Alec Ingram (defensive line) and senior Carter
Brown (defensive line) was
given an honorable mention.

All-MAC Football Teams

DHI Media Staff Reports


Unbeaten Coldwater swept all four major
awards for the Midwest Athletic Conference
football all-league units.
They swept to the league title (8-0,
10-0 overall); Coach of the Year (Chip
Otten); Offensive Player of the Year (Jack
Hemmelgarn) and Defensive POY (Malave
Bettingger).
===========

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE


End: Kraig Schoenherr Coldwater 12 61 210;
Receivers/Split Ends: Aaron Harlamert Coldwater 12
62 175, Hunter Wilker Marion Local 12 6 200, Bryce
Schmiesing Minster 11 510 175; Punter: Kain Luthman
Anna 12 64 215; Kicker: Kyle Mckibben Coldwater
12 6 165; Center: John Schwieterman Marion Local 12
65 205; Guards: Brandon Homan Coldwater 12 510
225, Josh Otting Minster 12 61 180; Tackles: Malave
Bettinger Coldwater 12 61 225, John Dirksen Marion
Local 10 66 290; Quarterback: Josh Nixon Minster 12
61 175; Running Backs: Aaron Nietfeld Marion Local
12 59 185, Jesse Niekamp St. Henry 12 62 190, Collin
Peters Versailles 12 6 2 205
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Ends: Mitch Clune Coldwater 12 63 195, Adam
LeFevre Ft. Recovery 12 510 170; Interior Linemen:
Malave Bettinger Coldwater 12 61 225, Andrew Stocker
Ft. Recovery 10 511 230; Inside Linebackers: Kraig
Schoenherr Coldwater 12 61 215, Evan Hueslman
Minster 12 6 175; Outside Linebackers: Kain Luthman
Anna 12 64 215, Cole Unrast Marion Local 11 62
210; Corners: Blake Stephens Anna 12 64 185,
Aaron Harlamert Coldwater 12 62 175; Safeties: Neal
Muhlenkamp Coldwater 12 62 185 Jacob Dues Minster
12 63 190.
===========
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
End: Derek Albers Marion Local 12 62 205;

Receivers/Split Ends: Kyle Mckibben Coldwater 12 6


165, Wes Wenning Ft. Recovery 12 63 190, Jacob Dues
Minster 12 63 190; Punter: Ryan Griesdorn Coldwater
12 62 180; Kicker: Jason Schultz Minster 12 63
185; Center: Brandon Forsthoefel Coldwater 12 61
270; Guards: Luke Moorman Marion Local 11 510
230, Kyle Gigandet Versailles 12 5 11 205; Tackles:
Kyle Knapke Ft. Recovery 11 65 250, Justin Rindler
St. Henry 12 62 215; Quarterback: Jack Hemmelgarn
Coldwater 12 510 155; Running Backs: Chris Post
Coldwater 12 511 180, Kyle Schroer Ft. Recovery 12
59 165, Evan Huelsman Minster 12 6 175.
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
Ends: Jon Knapschaefer Marion Local 11 63 200,
Josh Otting Minster 12 61 185; Interior Linemen: Cory
Selhorst Coldwater 12 510 205, Dylan Keller Marion
Local 11 511 245; Inside Linebackers: Joe Wuebker
Marion Local 12 510 170, Peter Ranly Minster 12 61
175; Outside Linebackers: Collin Seitz Coldwater 12
62 180, Jared Thobe Minster 12 61 175; Corners: Kyle
Mckibben Coldwater 12 6 165, Brandon Schoen Ft.
Recovery 12 59 165; Safeties: Colin Wuebker Anna 11
6 160, Kyle Homan Marion Local 12 511 170.
HONORABLE MENTION
Anna: Wyatt Bensman, Ethan Burd, Carter Huelskamp,
Nathan Stiefel Coldwater: Andrew Gillum, Zach Homan,
Tony Rammel, Troy Sanning Ft Recovery: Tyler Acheson,
Ross Homan, Chris Link, Caleb Martin, Nate Ontrop,
Jason Roessner, Darien Sheffer Marion Local: Cole
Griesdorn, Matt Kahlig, Duane Leugers, Ryan Thobe,
Joe Wuebker Minster: Jarod Huelsman, Johnny Niemeyer
New Bremen: Deion Hoehne, Greg Parker Parkway:
Justin Barna, Sage Dugan, Kevin Flaugher, Logan Huff,
Caden May, Bailey Rodriguez, Tysun Thatcher St Henry:
Blake Hoyng, Evan Lefeld, Mitch Schwieterman, Mitch
Stammen, Paul Stammen Delphos St Johns: James
Buettner, Jaret Jackson, Tyler Ledyard, Aaron Reindel,
Troy Schwinnen, Eric Vogt Versailles: Corey Dieringer,
Eric Knapke, Adam Lyons, Gavin Mills, Jonny Moorman,
Kurtis Rutschilling, Denver Toner.

Elida boys advance with OT win


BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

FINDLAY It was deja


vu all over again.
Elidas Nathan Stewart
and Gaerid Littler had hooked
up on a match-winning boys
soccer goal in overtime versus Celina in Thursdays
District finals.
This time, it was the
same combination also in
overtime as the Bulldogs
ousted Oak Harbor 2-1 in a
Division II Regional semifinal at Findlay High Schools
Elmer Graham Memorial
Soccer Stadium.
The only thing different
was we were on opposite
sides, Littler said. I knew
it was coming; Nate can beat
anyone on the flanks and he
got the cross to me. I didnt
have time to settle it or anything; I just 1-touched it and
found the back of the net. I
didnt even see the goal; I
was on the ground. I knew it
went in when everyone started screaming.
The Bulldogs (15-5-1)
advance to play Bay a 3-0
victor over Lexington 3
p.m. Saturday at Ashland. It
will be their first Regional
final since 2002, where they
lost to Bay in penalty kicks.
We have such a chemistry, Stewart explained.
Weve been playing together for a long time. Its such
a great feeling. We had a
game plan to beat these guys
and executed it. We knew
who we had to mark and did.
Its exciting to be going to a
Regional final.
Knotted at 1-1 heading
into the first 15-minute sudden-victory overtime, the
green-clad Rockets had the
first good look at 13:24 as

Nate Poirys 30-yarder was


stopped by Elida goalkeeper
Kyle Finnerty (5 saves versus
6 shots on-goal).
At 11:20, the Orange and
Black had a try as Noah
Adcock tried a 25-yarder that
deflected off a defender and
into the waiting arms of backup netminder Andy Buderer
(2 saves, 3 shots on-goal)
in for injured starter Kyle
Draper (4 saves, 5 shots),
who went down with a minute left in regulation after a
collision in front of his goal.
At 7:05, it ended quickly.
On the right side, Stewart
crossed the ball to Littler
just outside the left post;
the orb slightly deflected
off a defender and Littler
1-touched in from the top of
the 6-yard box and into the
goal, causing a mass pile on
the pitch by the Elida team.
We just have been clicking. Our defense was outstanding: our flat-back four
line Oliver (Fessler), Matt
(Cellar), Max (Parker) and
Keegan (Layman) are so
organized back there, Elida
head coach Tom Thomas
said. We knew who their
key guys were; we didnt
change anything as far as tactically but just did a great job
of frustrating their offense.
We never let them get really
comfortable and I think we
frustrated them mentally as
well as physically. It was a
very physical match and the
referee called it that way.
It was a hard-fought match
the entire way and grew
increasingly contentious as
the match wore on.
Only three shots on-goal
occurred in the opening half.
Oak Harbors came at
19:10 as Poirys 23-yard ffort
was denied by Finnerty; and
at 8:25, when Tristan Lacer

chipped a 25-yarder that was


also turned back.
Elidas was at the 10-second mark as Oliver Fessler
launched one from midfield
that Draper denied.
The second half saw the
intensity notch up with a
Regional final on the line.
Draper turned back three
of the four shots he faced:
at 38:45, Austin Morrisons
15-yarder; at 24:35, Riley
Bartels 20-yarder; and 12:30,
when he juggled a top-ofthe-18 from Stewart and
finally controlled.
He didnt at 22:39. This
time, it was Littler assisting Stewart. On the left side,
Littlers try was deflected by
a defender and Stewart got
control for a 12-yarder inside
the post and a 1-nil edge.
Finnerty had denied Nick
Nyes 22-yarder at 37:58
but not at 21:10. Nicholas
Damron had dribbled deep
down the left side and
launched a 20-yard floater
that handcuffed Finnerty; it
hit off the right post and ricocheted into the twine.
Oak Harbor appeared to go
ahead at 14:50 when Damron
got behind the defense, beat
Finnerty to a long ball and
touched it by the senior but
Damron was called for offsides to nullify the tally.
As well, there was a delay
as officials had to fix a torn
part of the net.
Finnerty and his defense
likely saved the match at
3:45. Buderer playing in
the field had crossed to
Tyler Bowlick for a 6-yard
header on the right post but
the senior made a brilliant
diving deflection; Dalton
Reichert cleared the deflection out of danger.

Blue Streaks avenge


opening loss, eliminate
Musketeers 1-nil
By Charlie Warnimont
DHI Media Sports Editor
news@delphosherald.com

OTTAWA HILLS Fort Jennings opened


the 2015 season with Archbold and controlled
play in a 3-1 win.
Wednesday evening the two teams met
again, this time in the Division III regional
semifinals at Ottawa Hills. And the Blue
Streaks were a much different team than what
the Musketeers saw back in August.
Archbold used a possession type game and
were more physical with the Musketeers than
in the season opener.
This improved style of play helped them
to a 1-0 win over Ft. Jennings in the rematch.
The win sends the Blue Streaks (18-2) to
the Division III regional finals Saturday at
noon against Columbia, a 2-1 shootout winner over Mansfield Christian. Archbold has
won 18 straight contests after dropping their
first two matches. The Musketeers saw their
season end at 16-4.
The tournament atmosphere, and different
playing surfaces, artificial turf instead of
grass, can force a team to play a little different
than they normally would. That was the case
for the Musketeers as the Blue Streaks were
able to take them out of their game and their
physical nature.
We were rushing ourselves and playing
forward almost all of the time. Very seldom
we did we go from touch-line to touch-line
and try to open anything up, Fort Jennings
coach Gregg Luthman said. And that happens in a regional game. They thought just
brawn and muscle would go through with it.
They didnt keep their minds focused on what
they were supposed to be doing and we didnt
make those connections. That first game the
Blue Streaks were not that physical. That was
a big difference between that first game and
this one tonight.
The Blue Streaks physical nature allowed
them to knock Musketeers off the ball and
win more of the 50-50 balls. Their possession
game was also key as they were able to play
the ball to teammates feet to setup scoring
chances.
We knew we had to play our game, keep
the ball on the ground and try to possess,
Archbold coach Sean Stewart said. At times
we did that really well and at times we didnt.
We knew Fort Jennings was going to press us.
They are organized and play hard. We knew
we had to standup to that physically nature
and we knew we had to play our game and
keep the ball on the ground. At times we did
that and at times we didnt.
Archbold was aggressive from the start as
they were able to get two corner kicks, which
they were unable to score on. With 15:01 left
in the opening half the Blue Streaks pressure
paid off as they were able to knock home a
goal.
On the goal, Archbold played a free kick
into the box, where it bounced around before
finding the foot of Austin Welch. He chipped
the ball towards the far post, past a diving
Musketeer goalie Kyle Hellman, where it
deflected off the post and into the net.
There was one push and they got something in, Luthman said. There werent many
shots by them and there werent many shots
by us. They just happened to get one in.
We dont play a lot on turf, but we have
played here three straight times here, so we
are getting used to it, fewer balls are being
wasted Stewart said. Were playing more
balls to feet which you have to do on a surface
like this.
Archbold had three more corner kicks in
the first half, but were unable to knock in
another goal.
Fort Jennings offense was stagnant much
of the first half, but late in the half they were
able to generate a couple of pushes.
Inside of 10 minutes to play junior forward

Troy Ricker was able to make a push down


the right sideline and the in-line towards
the Blue Streak goal. His crossing pass to a
charging teammate on the left side was just
off the mark and Archbold was able to clear
the ball. Ricker created another chance for the
Musketeers around the three minute mark, but
once again his crossing pass was just off the
mark of a teammates foot.
Fort Jennings had a scoring chance seconds into the second half as Alex Berelsman
unleashed a shot off a direct kick into the
waiting arms of Blue Streak keeper Elijah
Robinson. Ft. Jennings was unable to get
another shot on goal and eventually changed
offensive formations, going with three forwards.
With 16:55 left in the contest, the
Musketeers had their best scoring chances.
A Musketeer player played a ball from
the right side into the box where Robinson
hobbled out to collect it. He was unable to
get the ball and Ft. Jennings Brad Rice fired
a shot on goal only to have a Blue Streak
defender kick it back out to where Berelsman
was standing. He settled the ball and fired a
shot that was knocked down by a defender
and cleared.
The team defended brilliantly tonight,
Stewart said. Our back line has been fantastic
all year. Weve only given up seven goals all
year, so obviously theyre doing something
right. We wanted to pressure Fort Jennings up
high because Elijah is struggling with a knee
injury and couldnt move very well, so we
wanted to keep the pressure off him.
The Musketeers had three more looks on
goal in the remaining time, but were unable
to connect.
This was a great battle, Luthman concluded. The kids were fighting for each
other, both teams. It was a great battle, a lot
of heart out there. There were huge hearts out
there for both teams. The excitement didnt
allow the kids to play their regular game.
They play a beautiful ground game and we
play a good ground game, we just never got
it started. Once in a while there were flashes
of it, but nothing consistent because of the
pressure all the time.
To get there, Fort Jennings and Bluffton
were involved in a defensive struggle Saturday
afternoon at Kalida.
The Musketeers were able to get a break
late in the second half and took advantage of
it for a 1-0 Division III district final win over
the Pirates.
This is the second straight year the
Musketeers have won a district championship
by one goal, last year winning in a shootout.
With defense dominating the match,
the Musketeers (16-3-0) got a break when
Bluffton was called for a foul in the penalty
box giving Fort Jennings a penalty kick. Troy
Ricker was the player fouled on the play as
he and Blufftons Anthony Kingsley both
raced to get possession of the ball after a long
pass forward by Fort Jennings. Ricker had a
step on the Bluffton player and Kingsley was
called for the trip of Ricker.
Ricker stepped up and took the penalty
kick, beating Pirate keeper Levi Smith with a
low shot to the left that gave the Musketeers
a 1-0 lead. The Musketeers made that goal
standup in the win.
The game was a tale of two halves due to
the windy conditions Saturday. Bluffton had
the wind at their backs the first half and outshot the Musketeers 6-3 as Musketeer goalie
Kyle Hellman was able to come up with some
key saves in keeping the game scoreless. The
second half saw the Musketeers control the
ball more, but Smith was up to the task of
keeping the Musketeers scoreless until the
penalty kick.
Ft. Jennings outshot the Pirates 7-4 as
Hellman had four saves and Smith had six
saves for Bluffton (12-7-1).

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10 - The Herald

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Forgive yourself

www.delphosherald.com

That we tend to remember misdeeds years (and sometimes even decades)


after the original offense says something important about us. That is, we are
deeply imbued with a sense of morality, and when we have committed a serious offense, especially one which hurts another person, we may have trouble
getting over the shame and humiliation, even long after the other person has
forgiven us. But what good is holding onto all of that shame and humiliation?
We may never forget the wrong committed, and the other person probably
wont either, if it was something serious, but we should try to find it within
ourselves to forgive ourselves. Jesus died for all of our sins, even the ones we
cant seem to forgive ourselves for, and not forgiving ourselves is tantamount
to not trusting that God has forgiven us. A good question to ask in these circumstances is whether, knowing what you know now, you would still commit
the sin. If the answer is no, then you have learned your lesson and its time to
move on.
Christopher Simon

But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one
another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin.

1 John 1:7 NIV

Our local churches invite you to join them for their activities and services.
dElphos
FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN
310 W. Second St.
419-692-5737
Pastor Harry Tolhurst
Sunday: 11:00 Worship
Service - Everyone Welcome
Communion first Sunday of
every month.
Communion at Vancrest
Health Care Center - First
Sunday of each month at 2:30
p.m., Nursing Home and assisted living.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Where Jesus is Healing
Hurting Hearts!
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
One block so. of Stadium Park.
419-692-6741
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Worship Service with Nursery
& Kids Church; 6:00 pm. Youth
Ministry at The ROC & Jr. Bible
Quiz at Church
Monday - 7:00 p.m. Teen
Bible Quiz at Church
Wednesday - 7:00 p.m.
Discipleship Class in Upper
Room
For more info see our website: www.delphosfirstassemblyofgod.com.
ST. PETER LUTHERAN
CHURCH
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-2616
Rev. Steve Nelson
Sunday - 9:00 a.m. Sunday;
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
Monday - 9:00 a.m. Noodle
Making.
Wednesday - 6:30 p.m.
InReach/OutReach meeting.
Thursday - 10:00 a.m. Bible
Study at Vancrest.
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. Prayer
Breakfast.
Sunday - 9 a.m. Sunday
School; 10 a.m. Worship Service;
11 a.m. Council meeting.
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
CHURCH
11720 Delphos-Southworth Rd.
Delphos Phone 419-695-1723
Pastor Rodney Shade
937-397-4459
Asst. Pastors Pamela King
and Kelly Baeza
Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
Worship; 9:15 a.m. Sunday
School for all ages.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Service
and prayer meeting.
ST. PAULS UNITED
METHODIST
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Rev. Richard B. Rakay
SUNDAY 9:00 am Worship
Service

TRINITY UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
211 E Third St, Delphos
Rev. Richard B. Rakay
Office Hours: 8:00 am-12 noon
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:15 am Worship
Service; 9:15 am
Sunday
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Worship Service; 11:30 a.m.
Radio Worship on WDOH; 5:00
p.m.-7:30 p.m. Youth Group for
TUMC at TFLC; 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Confirmation at TFLC; 7:30
p.m. Ladies Bible Fellowship
at TUMC.
Monday - 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Sew Helpful at Ridge UMC;
6:15 p.m. UM Mens Dinner;
7:00 p.m. Phase Two Planning
Session at TUMC. Everyone
welcome.
Tuesday - 7:00 p.m. Trinity
UMC Charge Conference/
Fellowship Hall; 7:30 p.m.-9:00
p.m. Teens for Christ at TFLC.
Wednesday - Veterans Day Office closed; 11:30 a.m. UMW
Carry-in Luncheon (meat furnished). Bring covered dish.
All ladies welcome!; 7:00
p.m. Choir Practice, College
Ministry; 8:00-9:00 a.m. Prayer
Service in Sanctuary. All are
welcome.
Thursday - 4:30 p.m.-6:30
p.m. Suppers on Us; 6:00 p.m.
Wrestling at FLC.
ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
331 E. Second St., Delphos
419-695-4050
Pastor Dennis Walsh, Fr.
George Mahas & Fr. Daniel
Johnson.
Deacons: Fred Lisk, Dave
Ricker and John Sheeran
Mary Beth Will, Liturgical
Coordinator;
Tom
Odenweller, Parish Council
President; Lynn Bockey, Music
Director
Celebration of the Sacraments:
Eucharist Lords Day
Observance; Saturday 4:30
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
a.m.; Weekdays as announced
on Sunday bulletin.
Baptism Celebrated first
Sunday of month at 1:00 p.m.
Call rectory to schedule PreBaptismal instructions.
Reconciliation Tuesday
and Friday 7:30-7:50 a.m.;
Saturday 3:30-4:00
p.m.
Anytime by request.
Matrimony Arrangements
must be made through the rectory six months in advance.
Anointing
of
Sick

Communal celebration in May


and October.
Administered
upon request.

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MARION BAPTIST CHURCH


2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
419-339-6319
Services: Sunday - 11:00
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.; Wednesday
- 7:00 p.m.

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST


CHURCH
Landeck
Pastor Dennis Walsh
Phone: 419-692-0636
Administrative aide:
Rita Suever
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN UNION
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Pastor: Rev. Gary Fish
Sacrament
of
470 S. Franklin St.,
Reconciliation: Saturday.
(419) 692-9940
Newcomers please register
9:30 Sunday School
at parish.
10:30 Sunday service.
Marriages: Please call the
Youth
ministry
every parish house six months in
Wednesday from 6-8 p.m.
advance. Baptism: Please call
Childrens ministry every third the parish
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

RAABE FORD
LINCOLN

11260 Elida Road


DELPHOS, OH 45833
Ph. 692-0055
Toll Free 1-800-589-7876

spEnCErVillE
SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
317 West North St.
419-296-2561
Pastor Tom Shobe
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;
7:00 p.m. Wednesday Service
ST. PATRICKS CHURCH
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
419-647-6202
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,
May 1 - Oct. 30. Sunday - 10:30
a.m. Mass
IMMANUEL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
699 Sunnydale,
Elida, Ohio
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditional; 10:45 a.m. contemporary
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
102 Wisher Drive,
Spencerville
Rev. Michael Cassady, Pastor
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
SPENCERVILLE FULL
GOSPEL
107 Broadway St.,
Spencerville
Pastor Charles Muter
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
Sunday: Morning Services
- 10:00 a.m. Evening Services
- 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday:
7:00
p.m.
Worship service.
TRINITY UNITED
METHODIST
Corner of 4th & Main,
Spencerville
Phone 419-647-5321
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
Sunday
8:30
a.m.
Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Ignite Contemporary Service
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
MINISTRIES
9250 Armstrong Road,
Spencerville
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Worship service.
Wed. - 7:00 p.m. Bible
Study

Elida/GomEr
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST
CHURCH
2701 Dutch Hollow Rd.,
Elida
Phone: 339-3339
Rev. Frank Hartman
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
Morning Service; 6 p.m.
Evening Service.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer
Meeting.
Office Hours: Monday-Friday,
8-noon, 1-4- p.m.
GOMER
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Pastor: Brian Knoderer
7350 Gomer Road, Gomer
419-642-2681
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secretary@gomercc.org
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship

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NEW HOPE
CHRISTIAN CENTER
2240 Baty Road, Elida
Ph. 339-5673
Rev. James F. Menke, Pastor
Sunday 10 a.m. Worship.
Wednesday 7 p.m. Evening
service.
LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD
Elida - Ph. 222-8054
Rev. Larry Ayers, Pastor
Service schedule: Sunday
10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning
Worship; 6 p.m. Sunday evening.
PIKE MENNONITE CHURCH
3995 McBride Rd., Elida
Phone 419-339-3961
ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida
Pastor: David Howell
Kossuth Zion; Elida Zion
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
4750 East Road, Elida
Pastor - Brian McManus
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship,
nursery available.
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Youth Prayer, Bible Study; 7:00
p.m. Adult Prayer and Bible
Study; 8:00 p.m. - Choir

Van WErt County


BREAKTHROUGH
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Pastor Scott & Karen Fleming
Sunday Church Service - 10
a.m, 6 p.m.
Wednesday - 7:00 p.m.
CALVARY EVANGELICAL
CHURCH
10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd.
Van Wert - 419-238-9426
Rev. Clark Williman. Pastor
Sunday- 8:45 a.m. Friends
and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.
SALEM UNITED
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
15240 Main St., Venedocia
Rev. Thomas Emery, Pastor
Church Phone: 419-667-4142
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. - Adult
Bell Choir; 8:45 a.m. Jr. Choir;
9:30 a.m. - Worship; 10:45 a.m.
- Sunday school.
Monday - 6 p.m. Senior Choir.
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Pastor: Rev. Stan Szybka
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30
a.m.; Monday 8:30 a.m.;
Tuesday 7 p.m.; Wednesday
8:30 a.m.; Thursday 8:30 a.m.
- Communion Service; Friday
8:30 a.m.; Saturday 4 p.m.
VAN WERT VICTORY
CHURCH OF GOD
10698 US 127S., Van Wert
(Next to Tracys Auction Service)
Pastor: E. Long
Sunday worship & childrens
ministry - 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday Service: 7:00 p.m.
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MIDDLE POINT UNITED
METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.
Pastor - Tim Owens

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GRACE FAMILY CHURCH


634 N. Washington St.,
Van Wert
Pastor: Rev. Ron Prewitt
Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning
worship with Pulpit Supply.
KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
Ohio 709 and Mendon
Rd.Phone: 419-965-2771
Pastor Anthony Perry
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
Wednesday - Youth Prayer
and Bible Study - 6:30 p.m.
Adult Prayer meeting - 7:00
p.m.
Choir practice - 8:00 p.m.

MANDALE CHURCH OF
CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
Worship Services; 7:00 p.m
Worship.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer
meeting.
TRINITY FRIENDS CHURCH
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
Ph: (419) 238-2788
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
Outreach Pastor Neil
Hammons
Sunday - Worship services
at 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30
p.m.
Wednesday-Ministries
at
7:00 p.m.
TRINITY LUTHERAN
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Rev. Tom Cover
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
service.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
13887 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Ph. 419-238-0333
Childrens Storyline:
419-238-3476
Email: fbaptvw@bright.net
Pastor Steven A. Robinson
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Family Worship Hour; 6:30
p.m. Evening Bible Hour.
Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Word
of Life Student Ministries; 6:45
p.m. AWANA; 7:00 p.m. Prayer
and Bible Study.
PENTECOSTAL WAY CHURCH
Pastors: Bill Watson
Rev. Ronald Defore
1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
Phone (419) 238-5813
Head Usher: Ted Kelly
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
until 11:30 a.m. - Wednesday
Morning Bible Class 6:00 p.m.
until 7:00 p.m. - Wednesday
Evening Prayer Meeting
7:00 p.m. - Wed. Night Bible
Study.
Thursday - Choir Rehearsal
Anchored in Jesus Prayer
Line - (419) 238-4427 or (419)
232-4379.
Emergency - (419) 993-5855

CHURCH OF GOD
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
419-642-5264
Rev. Mark Walls
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Service.
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
CATHOLIC CHURCH
512 W. Sycamore St.,
Columbus Grove
Office 419-659-2263
Fax: 419-659-5202
Father Tom Extejt
Masses: Tuesday-Friday - 8:00
a.m.; First Friday of the month
- 7 p.m.; Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00
a.m.
Confessions - Saturday 3:30
p.m., or anytime by appointment.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ottoville
Rev. Jerry Schetter
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
160 Main St.,
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Rev. Jerry Schetter
Mass schedule: Saturday
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
ST. JOSEPH
CATHOLIC CHURCH
135 N. Water St., Ft. Jennings
Rev. Charles Obinwa
Phone: 419-286-2132
Mass schedule: Saturday 5
p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m. and
9:30 a.m.
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
Kalida - Fr. Mark Hoying
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
a.m. Masses.
Weekdays: Masses on Mon.,
Tues., Wed. and Friday at 8:00
am; Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
HOLY FAMILY
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. Robert DeSloover, Pastor
7359 St. Rt. 109 New
Cleveland
Saturday Mass - 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass - 8:30 a.m.

pauldinG County
GROVER HILL ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
204 S. Harrision St.
Grover Hill, Ohio 45849
Pastor Mike Waldron
419-587-3149
Cell: 419-233-2241
mwaldron@embarqmail.com

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FAITH MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Road U, Rushmore
Pastor Robert Morrison
Sunday 10 am Church
School; 11:00 Church Service;
6:00 p.m. Evening Service
Wednesday - 7:00 p.m.
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Opinion

Did I hear that right?


Herald Editor Nancy Spencer is on vacation. Chris Looser,
director of graphic services, penned this weeks column.
I love vacations. I love to get away, relax, see my family.
We usually fly and have found that airports are really fascinating places. Depending on which of our kids we are visiting
we are usually surrounded by totally different types of people.
When we visit our son in Florida we are most likely seated
within at least 5 rows of Mickey ears, very excited kiddos on
their way to the Happiest Place on Earth. When we visit our
daughter and fly into Nashville, it is the laid-back southerner
that prevails. Wonder if we will be on a flight with the next
Carrie Underwood as we follow the steady stream of guitar
cases through the terminal. Visiting our daughter who lives in
San Antonio chances are we will be sitting with a rancher or
someone who is visiting a rancher or someone knows someone who lives on a big old Texas ranch.
One of our most interesting flights came as we got settled
in for one of those trips to Texas.
Bob and I buckled up in our seats and learned our takeoff
was being delayed. As usual some of the passengers cant
waste a second of potential phone time! I think people forget
we are in a tiny tube - and I am seated only 2 feet from you.
And so it began
The woman directly behind us was holding a conversation
on her phone that went like this:
Oh my Lord! You cant believe the last few days Ive had
she lamented. (How could I not be interested to politely and
discreetly listen after that comment!)
She continued, When I finished my meeting I checked
into the hotel. I was beat, I mean wrung drier than my laundry!
So I climb into bed and I feel something crawling on me. Dang
bugs! Dang bed bugs!!!! I grab my bags and ran as fast as I
could to the car. I couldnt wait to drive far away from that bug
infested flea hotel! Then, as I am driving away, some lunatic
drives me off the road! I mean he was pushing me over the
curb and here I am on the phone trying to find a place to lay
my head that I wasnt going to wake up with some disease!
If those #@#@ bugs werent going to kill me, some #@#@
driver not paying attention was. Just cant figure out how
some people can have no sense!
I wondered who the real distracted driver was. I immediately began to itch. Hope her bag stowed under my seat wasnt
crawling with hitchhiking bugs! Commotion at the front of
the plane got my mind off the infestation I was sure was right
below me.
A group of men had boarded who looked like they had
enjoyed a few relaxing beverages. One of their party hadnt
made it to the plane yet, and his friends on-board were getting
a bit concerned. They asked the flight attendants if they can
go find their companion since he wasnt answering his phone.
Of course you can get off a boarded plane, run around the

Solving the problem


As summer winds down and fall approaches, something
begins to weigh heavily on my mind. Its something that
never really leaves completely, although it may not seem quite
as prevalent during the non-school months. Im referring to
bullying.
I find it heartbreaking that any child endures bullying, and
I do remember it happening all those millions of years ago
when I was in school. I do not, however, recall it happening
to the extent it does now, and thats only because of the lovely
double-edged sword of technology. When I was in school,
if a kid was made fun of, it happened during school hours
and ended when the final bell rang. Now, any student can be
exposed to relentless bullying twenty-four hours a day. With
the invention of texting, Facebook, Twitter, and a number of
other social network sites, kids can now be targeted nonstop
and by multiple bullies, all at once. Aint technology grand?
Well, technology itself is not to blame, obviously. That
would be like saying school is to blame for the verbal abuse
these kids take. Who or what is to blame then? The bullies
themselves? And who or what is to blame for their behavior?
Their parents? Although its not quite that simple or black and
white. Because many children are being neglected and not
properly raised today, (which is a whole other topic) who are
we pointing fingers at? Absent parents? The school? Whats
the solution?
No, really, what is the solution? That was not a rhetorical
question. I think we can very well turn to parents when it
comes to their kids leading the taunting of a victim, but if parents are, indeed, largely absent when it comes to teaching their
children right from wrong, love from hate, acceptance from
discrimination, isnt it our schools responsibility to step in
and adopt a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to bullying?
I have read and watched stories unfold across the country,
heartbreaking tales of kids, some gay, some straight, and of
various ethnicities, about kids who have been the target of
bullying. Besides the stories that have made national headlines, unfortunately, usually because theyve ended in tragedy,
I have also become aware of several cases of bullying right
here. Right here, in this area. Lets not sugarcoat it or sweep
it under the rug. Lets call it what it is. And what it is, is inex-

Chris Looser

On the
Other Hand

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Red, white and blue sky


Comparatively speaking,
November 2015 is setting the
tone for a positively delightful Thanksgiving. When I
consider the three layers I
wore on Saturday to the four
or five (plus a space heater
at my toes), face mask and
gloves piled on my extremities for Halloween 2014, I
feel pretty confident that this
weeks predicted stretch of
Indian Summer will allow me
and/or My Steven to:
a) buy another two gallons
of exterior paint;
b) apply at least one of
said gallons of paint to a barn
wall, maybe even four;
c) remove paint flecks
from the ears and/or tip of
nose of the pot-belly or goat
who closely inspects the
freshly-painted barn wall.
Although I write this
before Election 2015 voting
results are in, Im going out
on a limb here by predicting that blue skies and gentle
breezes will bring out voters.
Will Issue 3 go up in smoke?
Thats the hot-button that is
likely to attract most to the
polls throughout the state for
a whole host of reasons. And
while voters are at it, Im
hoping they will have done an
equal amount of research on
the two issues on either side
and not just read the bumper
stickers.
Then there are the local
boxes that had to be checked.
You know who you are and
where you live, so I trust that
you cast your vote on the
people, places and things that
hit you where you live, too.
Once you scanned your bal-

airport and find your lost buddy while the rest of the 200+
people who are buckled in wait here patiently! I am sure no
one will mind. Heck, lets take a collection and go have another
drink on us!
Sorry about your luck guys its time to fly. So these unhappy buddies proceed to yank their bags from the overhead
Anne Coburn-Griffis
compartments exclaiming they wont leave their friend behind
and try to exit the plane. Were not flying this #@##x airline
Putnam County Sentinel
again! Cant take time to find good ole Joe!
lot, I hope you gave yourself
The way they were agonizing over his absence, I was
enough leeway before your
pretty sure they had left him on a war torn beach in Dayton
next appointment that you
somewhere and had orders to leave no man (or drunken man)
were able to stop in at the
behind.
nearest church for Election
I should have paid extra for this entertainment.
soup and pie not necessarNextthe gentleman in front of us, on the phone not so
ily in that order.
quietly, I cant believe it! JUST FIRE HIM! I dont have
As I look forward at this
time for this anymore. JUST FIRE HIM! He slams his phone
moment to Wednesday and
down and rubs his temples.
highs in the 70s, I figure I
I was beginning to shrink a little in my seat, feeling sorry
can eat my second piece of
for the person on the other end who has to do the firing and
Election Day pie, the slice I
feeling even more sorry for the poor fired guy! Glad hes not
bought to go, run home and
my boss.
have 1/2 hour before daylight saving pulls down the
Finally the flight attendants give the speech on shutting
darkness and slap some paint
down all cell phones etc, etc. Phew! Survived the preflight
upside barnside. Right now,
chaos and ready for some peace and quiet reading time.
Thursday looks (tut, tut) like
Until..the two gentlemen seated in front of us strike up a
rain, but perhaps the weekcasual chat with each other..
end will be warm enough for
So what do you do?
more brushstrokes.
Well, I am a professional boxer the young man replies.
If
it
snows
on
That caught my attention.
Thanksgiving,
dont
come
Oh wow! Really! How are you doing?
a callin. The title above
Not bad! Just getting experience, getting bouts where I
is Editor. Although some
can. I have only been knocked unconscious a couple of times.
feedback I receive from folks
Boy, thats a weird feeling!
in the ether named things
I bet so.
like Concerned Reader
At this point I figure we are caught in a sort of airplane twiand Righteous Wordsmith
light zone! Is there a hidden camera watching our reactions?
would have me be perfect, I
There was yet one more intriguing dialogue that caught my
have never claimed to predict
ear before we reached our destination.
the whims of the weather.
Through all the bed bugs, driving off the road, getting
kicked off the plane, firing people, going unconscious conversations, I heard a woman say very seriously to her traveling
companion, I have decided I am going to quit my job. I have
had it.
I felt sorry for her being so unhappy at her job, so I had to
listen out of pity!
BY US SENATOR
I am tired of all the crap. Yep, I am going to follow my
SHERROD BROWN
dream. I finally figured out a way to make my living playing
bingo.
Each year, more than one
Sounds like a plan to me.
million babies are born to mothI close my book and smileand keep on listening.
ers who did not receive adequate prenatal care.
These babies are three times
more likely to be low birth
weight and five times more likely to die as infants. This is a particular problem in Ohio, which
ranks 45th in the nation when it
comes to infant mortality. And
maternal mortality rates are
also three-to-four times higher
Brown
for women who dont receive
prenatal care.
Because of the health law,
By Sara Berelsman weve
made major strides in improving care for women
particularly
by increasing access to maternity care. The
cusable. Ive experienced it with my own kids, and it breaks
Affordable Care Act requires private health insurance plans to
my heart. I angers me. It causes me to have animosity toward include maternity coverage as an Essential Health Benefit.
these child bullies and animosity toward the parents who are
But there is still more that we need to do to ensure all
raising them. I try to be compassionate and understand the women have access to quality, timely maternity care.
situation they might be in, the background they come from,
Under current law, pregnancy is not considered a qualifybut my Momma Bear comes out and I am in protective mode ing life event for health insurance offered in the marketplaces.
of my children. I dont want to see my children hurt or treated That means that women who become pregnant outside of the
unfairly, and there will be repercussions when that happens. I narrow annual open enrollment period are unable to enroll in
or change their healthcare plan to accommodate their needs,
wont tolerate it. I confront the parents.
As parents, teachers, and leaders of these children, we which may have changed due to their pregnancy.
Women dont time their pregnancies around arbitrary insurshould be modeling admirable behavior for our younger generation to adopt. I realize they have access to the Internet and ance open-enrollment periods, and these deadlines should not
to deplorable television viewing, but arent we also the ones keep Ohio mothers-to-be from getting the care they need.
Major life changes that are considered qualifying life
responsible for that? I am sickened by some of the behavior
events
entitle Americans to a special enrollment period
I have seen or heard about occurring in schools across the
(SEP) in the insurance marketplaces. This allows people to
country. We have very sadly lost sight of The Golden Rule,
change their coverage in accordance with these major events,
and its time we relearn that. Sure, school is not everything. It like marriage or divorce or the birth of a child. However, pregdoesnt last forever, and it does get better. But tell that to a kid nancy itself is not a qualifying event for a special enrollment
in school, whose brain will not fully develop until age 25, who period in the insurance marketplace.
cannot fathom a life outside of the personal Hell he or she is
This prevents some expecting mothers from gaining timely
living in right now.
access to quality prenatal and maternity careand we know
Im not accusing every school of contributing to or not pre- that this care is essential to the well-being of both mothers and
venting this, but I do know that there are many schools who infants.
Thats why I introduced the Healthy Maternity and Obstetric
turn a blind eye. In that case, we are simply not being fair to
our young people. Were not defending them. We dont have Medicine or Healthy MOM Act, which would ensure that
their backs. And this is a precarious, formative time in their all women can access affordable health coverage during their
lives in which they desperately need allies. We should be there pregnancies.
This bill would create a special enrollment period in the
for them, even when no one else is.
insurance
marketplaces for pregnant women, allowing them
While school yearbooks depict a time of fun and learning,
sports and friends, that is always only half of the story. Talk to to enroll in or change their health care plan when they become
pregnant.
your kids about bullying. Make sure they are not or will not
It would also establish a similar special enrollment period
become one of the bullies. Maintain a constant dialogue. Keep for the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, ensure
track of their Facebook posts and texts you are the parent. access to comprehensive maternity care for dependents, and
If you suspect your child is being bullied, step in. Right away. protect current income eligibility standards for pregnant
Talk to the school authorities. There is absolutely no excuse women who are eligible for Medicaid.
for this to go on. You want your kids to look back on these
It is absurd that only women whose pregnancies happen to
years and have some happy memories. No one should have to begin during open enrollment can choose an insurance plan
live in fear. Let us teach our kids love and respect, and be the that fits their changing health care needs. We need to make
sure every woman in Ohio has access to the care she needs for
positive role models we were meant to be.
a healthy pregnancy.

Increasing access to timely,


quality prenatal care

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At the movies ...

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Van Wert Cinemas


10709 Lincoln Hwy., Van Wert

The Peanuts Movie (G) Sat.: 1:00/5:00/9:00; Sun.: 2:00/6:00; Mon. and Wed.:
7:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 5:00
Peanuts 3D (G) Sat.: 3:00/7:00; Sun.: 4:00/8:00; Mon. and Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and
Thurs.: 7:00
Spectre (PG-13) Sat.: 1:00/4:00/7:00; Sun.: 2:00/5:00/8:00
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (R) Sat.: 9:00; Sun.: 8:00
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (R) Sat.: 6:00/8:00; Sun.: 7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 7:30
Goosebumps (PG) Sat.: 1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; Sun.: 2:00/4;00/6:00/8:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:00
Woodlawn (PG) Sat.: 1:00/3:00; Sun.: 2:00/4:30; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00
Hotel Transylvania 2 (PG) Sat.: 1:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; Sun.: 2:00/4:00/6:00; Mon.Thurs.: 5:00/7:00

American Mall Stadium 12


2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Friday through Sunday

Spectre (PG-13) 11:20/11:50/3:10/3:40/6:30/7:00/9:30/10:00


The Peanuts Movie 3D (G) 11:30/2:00/4:40/7:20/10:20
The Peanuts Movie (G) 11:00/1:30/4:10/6:50/9:50
Burnt (R) 11:05/1:35/4:15/6:55/9:25
Our Brand Is Crisis (R) 11:40/3:45/7:05/9:55
The Last Witch Hunter (PG-13) 1:45/4:20/7:15/9:55
Bridge of Spies (PG-13) 11:45/3:30/6:35/9:40
Crimson Peak (R) 10:55/1:40/4:55/7:40/10:25
Goosebumps 3D (PG) 1:55/7:10
Goosebumps (PG) 11:15/4:30/9:35
The Martian 3D (PG-13) 3:35/9:45
The Martian (PG-13) 11:55/6:40
Hotel Transylvania 2 (PG) 11:24 a.m.
The Intern (PG-13) 11:10/2:05/4:50/ 7:30/10:15

Shannon Theater, Bluffton


Through Nov. 5
The Peanuts Movie (G) 2D show times are at 7 p.m. every evening with
1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees.
3D show times are at 9:30 p.m. each evening.d
Premiering for Customer Appreciation Week on Nov. 6: Peanuts (PG)

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SDIncludes
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and
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419-236-2267/Derek
Charming
story
home
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.22
acre
lot
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(42)
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419-236-2267/Derek
floor
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1.24acre
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lot. Many
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floorapx.
plan
on
updates.
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Watkins
419-303-3313
1,269
sq.ft.
Covered
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porch,
fenced
back
yard
with
Watkins
419-303-3313
24x24
attached
garage and 36x24 Morton building.

Accountants/Bookkeepers

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and
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building.
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3 car HOUSE
det.
garage.SUNDAY
Stove 36x24
& refrigerator
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419-236-2267/Derek
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419-236-2267/Derek
1
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kitchen & baths, newer flooring. Must see!
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419-303-3313
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Elida Rd., Elida
(72) Robin
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Shultz Huber & Associates, Inc. is a full service


accounting, tax and business consulting CPA
firm specializing in assisting businesses and their
owners plan for their future and achieve their
goals in an ever-changing financial and regulatory
environment.
We are continuing to grow and are seeking
candidates for an accountant position for our Van
Wert Ohio office. Associates degree in accounting
or extensive bookkeeping experience required
as well as strong work ethic and openness to
training. Public accounting experience is a plus.

$112,000-Elida SD
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3 bedrooms and 1SD
full bath. RemodBrick
ranch
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3 bedrooms
1 full
bath.
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2 car and
garage
in 2008.
$88,000-Delphos
SDbuilt
eled
in
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Detached
2
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garage
built in 2008.
(51) Mike Reindel 419-235-3607
New
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7040
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Rd.,
Elida
(51) Mike Reindel
419-235-3607
7040
Elida
Rd., Elida

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APPOINTMENT
3BR/1.5BTH older
ranch,
apx. 1,597 SD
sq.ft.,
$112,000-Elida
SD wood burning
$112,000-Elida
BY
APPOINTMENT
SD
Brick
ranch
with
fullbath.
bath.
Remodfireplace,
basketball
court,
newerand
roof,
&Remodsiding,
Brick
ranch
with3 $65,000-Elida
3bedrooms
bedrooms
and
11windows,
full
$65,000-Elida
SD
3 bedroom,
12 bath
1 car

story
on nice
66x132
lot.
eledcorner
inCute
2004.
Detached
2
garage
built
in
2008.
lot,
apple
tree,
car att.
garage.
Cute
3
bedroom,
1
bath
1

story
on
nice
66x132
lot.
eled
in
2004.
Detached
2
car
garage
built
in
2008.
Built in 1920, appx. 1378 sq. ft. of living area, enclosed
Built
inReindel
1920,
appx.
1378 sq.
ft. of living
area, enclosed
(51)(53)
Mike
419-235-3607
Bonnie
Shelley
419-230-2521
(51)
Mike
Reindel
419-235-3607
breezeway.
(122)
Bonnie
Shelley
419-230-2521
breezeway. (122)
Bonnie Shelley 419-230-2521
$74,000-Delphos
SD
$74,000-Delphos
SD 1800 sq ft
BY
APPOINTMENT
BY
APPOINTMENT
1-1/2 story
home
with 3BR/1BA and
$93,500-Elida
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1-1/2
story
home
with
3BR/1BA
and
over 1800 sq
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breezeway.
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419-230-2521
FARM
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SALE
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good condition
w/Bonnie
replacement
windows,
hardwood flooring,
(122)
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Shelley
419-230-2521
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SALE
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419-234-0605
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(188)
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newer
windows,
roof
& water
$159,900-Elida
SD
w/whirlpool
tub/shower,
newer windows,
roof
& water
heater. Basement.
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garage
w/loft.
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365 W. 4th St., Ottoville
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419-302-2171
$79,900

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100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
240 Healthcare
105 Announcements
245 Manufacturing/Trade
110 Card Of Thanks
250 Office/Clerical
115 Entertainment
255 Professional
120 In Memoriam
260 Restaurant
125 Lost And Found
265 Retail
130 Prayers
270 Sales and Marketing
135 School/Instructions
275 Situation Wanted
140 Happy Ads
280 Transportation
145 Ride In
Share
an effort to meet and exceed our
300 REAL
ESTATE/RENTAL
customers expectations,
Raabe
Ford is
200 EMPLOYMENT
305 Apartment/Duplex
hire Two Part-Time
Shuttle
Drivers
205looking
BusinesstoOpportunities
310 Commercial/Industrial
210 Childcare
315 Condos
for the hours of 9:30AM-4:00PM.
215 Domestic
320 House
to include picking
up andHomes
dropping off
220 Responsiblities
Elderly Home Care
325 Mobile
whileServices
their vehicles
areOffice
beingSpace
serviced. Also,
225customers
Employment
330
230 miscellaneous
Farm And Agriculture
335dealership
Room to the bank,
errands for the
235post
General
340 Warehouse/Storage
office and run to the Bureau
of Motor Vehicles, Etc.

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COMMERCIAL
Lodge/banquet hall, apx. 4,000 sq.ft. Private setting on 2.55
acres off Spencerville Rd., kitchen & prep area, 2 restrooms,
upgraded electric, storage area. Mike Reindel 419-235-3607
Warehouse or retail space for lease, up to 15,200 sq.ft. Includes
dock & 100+ parking spaces. Will remodel to suit or owner may
divide. Prime location on SR 309, East, Lima.
Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111
Apx. 1,600 sq.ft. of office space for lease on SR 309, East, Lima.
Lower level w/ windows. Perfect for medical offices, insurance
office, etc. Features reception/waiting area, offices, &
restrooms. Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111
Apx. 2,200 sq.ft. of office/showroom space for lease on SR
309 E. Features large open showroom area, office area, 2
restrooms, 2 overhead garage doors & storage area.
Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111
00152914

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Saturday, November 7, 2015

Trivia

Answers last Wednesdays questions:


Pop singer Adele required fans to donate $20 to a charity of her choosing if they
had been given complimentary tickets to any of her 2011 concert tour performances.
The charity she designated was Sands, a British-based nonprofit organization that
promotes research into stillbirths and neonatal deaths.
The title character dances as a swan in Matthew Bournes Swan Lake in the final scene
of the 200 film Billy Elliot.
Todays questions:
What unsuccessful food items were produced and marketed in hopes of cashing in on
the name recognitions of American icons Betsy Ross, Charles Lindbergh and Red Grange?
The flag of what fearsome pirate featured a horned skeleton with an hourglass in one
hand and a spear in the other, pointed at a heart dripping blood?
Answers in Tuesdays Herald.

Senior

(Continued from page 1)

Van drivers include Tami Gehr, Dave Stemen


and Ann Schaffner. The trio make sure members
get to doctors appointments, service agencies
and if time allows, the grocery store and other
personal appointments.
According to Curth, the center will be able to
purchase two new vans in the spring.
Bob Wright and Leonard Jarman run the centers Chore Service which offers lawn mowing,
leaf raking, snow shoveling, gutter cleaning and
inside help as well, such as flipping mattresses,
changing light bulbs, washing windows and
walls and removing Christmas trees.

Part of the anniversary activities include a


celebration of the life of former director Joyce
Hale, who retired in June and sadly passed away
in October at the age of 80.
Goodwin said she is going to miss her mentor.
Joyce got things done, Goodwin said. She
headed the renovations and the addition of the
garage and kept up with day-to-day issues. She
has done a lot for this agency and weve learned
a lot from her. She taught us how to treat our
members and see to their needs and sometimes
even anticipate them.
The center is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday.

The Herald 15

Midwest Electric members


donate $11,507 to charities
Information submitted
Members of Midwest
Electric recently donated
$11,507 to 11 west-central
Ohio charities and community projects through the
cooperatives Community
Connection Fund.
Since the program started
in 1998, the Midwest Electric
Community Connection Fund
has provided $888,808 to 720
area projects.
The latest recipients are:
Delphos Community
Christmas Project, $500 to
buy Christmas gifts, clothing and other items for area
children.

Delphos
Canal
Commission, $500 to upgrade
basement lighting for museum artifact displays.
Allen County Fair Gospel
Singing Tent, $750 to help
sponsor this event at the Fair.
Auglaize County Public
District Library System,
$2,000 to help purchase a
sound system for local libraries, to help during public
preTHE
sentations and performances.
St. Anthony Dinner
Theater, Ft. Recovery, $2,000
to assist area families with
medical bills.
Apollo Public Safety

Classifieds

Midwest Electric Community Connection Fund Trustee


Georgiana Schroer, presents a $500 check to Karen
Edelbrock, treasurer of Delphos Community Christmas
Project, to buy gifts, clothing and other items for area children. (Submitted photos)

DELPHOS

HERALD

Program, $1,500 to buy safe- student, and to purchase a


ty cones for use during the curriculum system and relatfirefighter and emergency ed apps for students in the
intervention program.
responder training classes.

Lima
Symphony

Auglaize
County
Telling The
Tri-Countys
Story Since
1869
Orchestra,
$1,000 to support
Educational
Service
Center,
$1,157 to buy an iPad and the Young Peoples Concert
related app for an autistic program.
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Specialized Alternatives
100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
240 Healthcare
345 Vacations
520 Building Materials
830 Boats/Motors/Equipment
670 Miscellaneous
for Families
and Youth, Lima,
592 Want To Buy
105 Announcements
245 Manufacturing/Trade
350 Wanted To Rent
525 Computer/Electric/Office
835 Campers/Motor
675 Pet Care
593 Good Thing To Eat
$1,000
to purchaseHomes
supplies
110 Card Of Thanks
250 Office/Clerical
355 Farmhouses
For Rent- REAL
530
Events
ESTATE
AUCTION
ESTATE
840 Classic Cars
680 Snow Removal
595 Hay
115 Entertainment
255 Professional
360 Roommates Wanted
for play
therapy, art therapy
535 Farm Supplies and Equipment
845 Commercial
685 Travel
597 Storage Buildings
I, Edward T. Etzkorn, Executor for the Estate
of Feed/Grain
Marie Agnes
120 In Memoriam
260 Restaurant
540
Motorcycles/Mopeds
690 Computer/Electric/Office and 850
sensory
driven therapy.
400am
REAL
ESTATE/FOR
125 3Lost
Found
Etzkorn
offering
the followingSALE
real estate
byFirewood/Fuel
sealed bids:
545
265 Retail 23 3 PM
PMAnd
MONDAY,
NOVEMBER
855 Off-Road Vehicles
695 Electrical
600 SERVICES
405 Acreage and Lots

Maria
SteinVehicles
Shrine of
550 Flea Markets/Bazaars
130 Prayers
270 Sales and Marketing
860 Recreational
700 Painting
605 Auction
SALE
LOCATION:
HOTEL
MARSH
410
Commercial
555 Garage
Sales
135 School/Instructions
275 Situation Wanted
39.192
Acres
located in the Southwest Quarter
of Section
865 Rental
and Leasing
705 Plumbing
the
Holy
Relics,
$750
to buy
610 Automotive
415
Condos
560
Home Furnishings
VANTransportation
WERT
140 Happy Ads DOWNTOWN280
13, Town
South, Range 4 East, in Spencer
Township,
Allen
870 Snowmobiles
710 Roofing/Gutters/Siding
615 Business Services
420 3Farms
a
large
screen
TV
and
DVD
565 Horses, Tack and Equipment
145 Ride Share
County,
Ohio.
875 Storage
715 Blacktop/Cement
620 Childcare
425 Houses
BALYEATS COFFEE
570 Lawn and Garden
300 REAL SHOP
ESTATE/RENTAL
player
to
enhance
the
visitors
880
SUVs
720
Handyman
625
Construction
430 Mobile Homes/
575 Livestock
200 EMPLOYMENT
305
Apartment/Duplex
Since
1924... NOT just a
TERMS AND
CONDITIONS
885 Trailers
725 Elder Care
630 Entertainment
experience.
Manufactured
Homes
577 Miscellaneous
205 Business Opportunities 310
Commercial/Industrial
restaurant..a
LANDMARK..
890 Trucks
635 Farm Services
580
Musical
Instruments
435
Vacation
Property

Buckeye
Y Youth, Van
1.
Initial
bids
must
be
postmarked
or
delivered
to
the
Law
210 Childcare
315
895
Vans/Minivans
800 TRANSPORTATION
640 Financial
an Condos
INSTITUTION..a true
582 Pet in Memoriam
440
Want
To Buy
215 Domestic
Office
of
Stephen
J.
Mansfield
no
later
than
by
4:00
P.M.
320 House
Want to
To purchase
Buy
805 Auto
Wert,899$350
office
645 Hauling
583 Pets and Supplies
GATHERING PLACE..will sell
220 Elderly Home Care
325 Mobile Homes
on November
19, 2015 at P.O. Box 84, 585
10100
Elida Rd.,
500 MERCHANDISE
925 Legal
Notices
810 Auto Parts and Accessoriescomputer
650 Health/Beauty
Produce
the highest
bidder;
software.
225 Employment Services 330toOffice
Space
505 Antiques
and Collectibles
Delphos,
Ohio 45833.
950 Seasonal
815 Automobile Loans
655 Home Repair/Remodeling
586 Sports and Recreation
all information
available
230 Farm And Agriculture
335
Room
The
Midwest
510 Appliances
953 Free
& Low PricedElectric
820 Automobile Shows/Events
588 Tickets
660 Home Service
235 General
340 Warehouse/Storage
515bids
Auctions
590
Tool
and
Machinery
2.
Initial
will
be
opened
on
November
20,
2015
at
10:00
825
Aviations
665
Lawn,
Garden,
Landscaping
Community Connection Fund
OPEN FOR INSPECTION 1-5 PM
A.M. at the office of Stephen J. Mansfield, located at 10100
Monday October 19 November 2 November 16
is a voluntary charitable proElida Road (SAFY Office Complex), Delphos, Ohio. The
Host &
gram. Participating members
auction
by
the
Executor
will
take
place
on
November
21,
Hostess: MR. DALE G.& MARCIA DAVIES
2015 at 10:00 A.M. Only the initial bidders will be permitted
monthly electric bills are
AUCTION MANAGERS:
to modify their bid.
William C. Straley Philip J. Fleming
rounded up to the next dollar,
Jane Germann - Chester M. Straley
with the additional pennies
3. The successful bidder(s) shall be required to make a down
419 W. Ervin Rd., Van Wert, OH 419-238-9733
payment of $5,000.00 on November 21, 2015, the balance
deposited in the Fund.
STRALEYREALTY.COM AUCTIONZIP.COM
due within thirty (30) days.
A board of trustees, composed of cooperative mem4. Taxes will be pro-rated to the date of closing. Any survey
costs for parcels shall be paid by the seller.
bers and separate from the
Midwest Electric Board of
OWNER: Edward T. Etzkorn, Executor for the Estate of
Trustees, oversees the appliMarie Agnes Etzkorn.
cation and allocation process.
ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE: Stephen J. Mansfield, 10100
Individuals or organizaElida Road, P.O. Box 84, Delphos, Ohio 45833.
tions can obtain an applicaSchroer, left, presents a $500 donation to Marilyn Wagner, tion by contacting Midwest
treasurer of the Delphos Canal Commission, to upgrade Electric, at 419-394-4110 or
Hiring Full & Part Time Drivers
1-800-962-3830.
Do you need to know
the basement lighting for museum artifact displays.
With 5+ OTR Experience

To place an ad phone 419-695-0015 ext. 122

ABSOLUTE AUCTION

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anyone else?
Do you have a desire to
know more about the
people and news in the
community??

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The right candidate will possess strong grammar


and writing skills, be able to meet deadlines and
have a working knowledge of still photography. A
sense of urgency and accuracy are requirements.
Assignments can range from hard economic news
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Send resumes to: The Times Bulletin


Attn. Kirk Dougal
PO Box 271, Van Wert, Ohio 45891
or email to: kdougal@timesbulletin.com

526 TOOMEY AVENUE, DELPHOS

Very affordable ranch with great location offering 3


bedrooms, 1 bath, large living room & eat-in-kitchen w/
range & refrigerator perfect for the retired person as it is on
a slab with only a small step to get in and out of the house
in the front and back. There is also a good-sized utility
and breezeway. The home includes 2 attached oversized
single car garages one on the front side & one on the
back accessed from the alley which would also make an
excellent workshop. Also includes attic storage above the
back garage & a full floored attic above the house accessible
from the front garage. $79,900
Don Putt 419-203-6954 #360

StraleyRealty.com

419.238.9733

800.727.2021
419 W Ervin, Van Wert

If interested, applicants can


apply in person at:

Van Wert Manor

160 Fox Road, Van Wert,


Ohio 45891 or visit

vanwertmanor.com
EOE/m/f/vets/disability

WASHINGTON, D.C.
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown
(D-OH) today introduced
legislation to ensure that the
Internal Revenue Service
(IRS) can take action against
employers that treat full-time
workers as independent contractors, denying these men
and women wages, benefits, and health and safety
protections. Browns bill,
the Fair Playing Field Act,
would direct the IRS to issue
guidance on what constitutes
misclassification and to prospectively reclassify workers.
Worker misclassification is
widespread in sectors like
maintenance and janitorial
services, the building trades,
agriculture, child care, and
construction industries that

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Van Wert Manor is looking for


State Tested Nursing Assistants
Nurses
Food Service Employees in the
Dietary Department
Housekeeping
Position available for both full time and
part time. Full time positions include
health benefits, vacation benefits, and
401K options.

EVERYTHING WE TOUCHTURNS TO SOLD

Information submitted

Public Auction

Household, Collectibles, Antiques

Tuesday, Nov., 10th, 2015, 5:50 P.M.


833 N. Main St. Delphos, Able 2 Buy Auction Gallery
Items To Sell: small antique drop leaf table, dressers, chest of drawers, shelving, hutch, bikes, Rapid Delivery wagon, Cl horses and circus coach, bronze
horse and rider, crocks, fire ladder trailer, stain glass picture, rocking chairs, old
lantern, Pro Form Treadmill, Schwinn exercise bike, Tweety Bird collection,
propane log heater w/mantle, propane log insert, antique rocking chairs, meat
scales, stain glass lamps, old oil can, cat lamp, coyote hide, antique floor lamp,
plant, glass front and top display cases, curio cabinet, church pews, entertainment cabinets, sofa, area runs, antique oak dining table and chairs, costume
jewelry, old outboard motors, SS range exhaust hood (new), new bathroom
sink, quilts-full, queen, king, stackable chairs, pictures, much more...
Auction conducted by: Reindel Auction LLC
All Auctioneers licensed and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio.
TERMS: Cash, Check or Credit Card
Dinner Special: Chili, Brat sandwich, pumpkin pie, other
concessions available.
View pics @ auctionzip.com. Come join us for a little fun!
Next Auctions:
11-17 Tool-Lawn-Garden
11-24 Household & Antiques
12-6 Crafts & Christmas

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Looking for a Career in the


field of Helping Others?
Join our Winning Team
at Van Wert Manor!

Brown introduces bill to crack down


on employers who misclassify workers
and cheat them out of earned benefits

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employ some of the lowest-paid and most vulnerable


American workers.
We should call this what
it is: fraud, Brown said.
We see it in industries from
trucking and construction, to
service sectors like landscaping and home health care. If
employees are classified as
independent contractors, then
an employer doesnt have to
pay them overtime or contribute to their Social Security
or Medicare benefits. When
companies cheat tax law and
misclassify employees, workers lose, honest businesses
lose, and taxpayers lose. This
is unfair to workers, unfair to
businesses that play by the
rules, and it must stop.
By paying workers underthe-table or classifying
workers as independent contractors rather than employees under Federal tax law,
employers can avoid providing workers with earned
wages, benefits, and health
and safety protections. This
practice not only allows
employers to deny workers
overtime, workers compensation, and Social Security or
Medicare benefits, but also
cheats the Federal government and State of Ohio out of
billions in tax revenue, while
putting businesses that play
by the rules at a competitive
disadvantage.
The Fair Playing Field
Act would address worker
misclassification by ensuring
that full-time employees are
no longer misclassified. The
bill would reduce the deficit
by $5.7 billion over the next
decade. Specifically, the bill
would:
Require the Internal
Revenue Service (IRS) to

clarify the rule determining


the Federal tax employment
status of a worker; and offer
guidance to make this distinction easier for employees
and employers to decipher;
End the moratorium on
the IRS prospectively reclassifying workers;
Require employers to
notify independent contractors of their tax obligations
and the workplace protections that do not apply to
them;
Allow independent contractors who have concerns
about their classification to
seek a determination of their
proper employment status
from the IRS;
Protect professional services employees who are
independent contractors by
choice from being reclassified; and
Protect employers who
follow the rules by retaining
the safe harbor that prohibits
the IRS from retroactively
assessing a workers classification if an employer had a
reasonable basis for classifying a worker as an independent contractor.
Earlier this week, Brown
and the U.S. Secretary of
Labor Thomas E. Perez
spoke to a group of workers, including a former FedEx
employee one of 2,300
drivers who were part of a
lawsuit in which a Federal
court ruled that the company
misclassified its employees.
The workers discussed how
worker misclassification has
denied them access to the
wages, benefits, and health
and safety protections they
have earned.

16 The Herald

Saturday, November 7, 2015

www.delphosherald.com

Jennings Lions Club hosts Halloween Party


Fort Jennings Lions Club
recently held its annual Halloween Party for
the children of the village.
The event includes a costume contest. Couples and
group winners include
Vanessa Warnecke, Kayla
Crawford, Brody Warnecke,
Carson Gilchriest, Christina
Hubert, Emily Luersman,
Addalyn Maenle, Anden
Maenle and Ethan Koester.
(Submitted photos)

Winners in the 0-3 age category are, from left, Adeline Dube, Olivia Amstutz, Clark Grades 5-6 winner are Reagan Ricker, Madison Tumlinson, Kevin Schumaker and Gavin
Neidert and Nia Trinboli.
Schimmoeller.

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