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BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS The city has seen a


marked decrease in departmental overtime. February figures came in at $3,053
compared in $7,462 in February 2015 and
$10,593 in February 2014.
Some of this can be attributed to weather
and snow removal and salting of roadways
but the majority of reductions can be seen
in the Fire and Rescue and Police departments.
Fire and Rescue logged $791 in overtime this month compared to $1,843 in

February 2015. Fire Chief Kevin Streets


said the main reason for the savings in
his department is a full roster of employees.
When you have the employees in place
that you need, overtime goes down, Streets
said. We have our personnel back in place,
we have intermittent (part-time) employees
to fill in on station when the squads go out
and we have more volunteer firefighters
trained as EMT, which reduces the necessity for call backs.
Those changes in Streets department
have also had another positive affect
response time on calls has been reduced to
3-5 minutes and mutual aid calls are all but

non-existent.
We are getting to those who need
us faster and we are saving more lives,
Streets said.
The Police Department saw the most
notable decreases in January. In January
2015, there was $8,091 spent on overtime
and this January, that figure was down to
$1,175. Februarys numbers were down
to $1,751 compared to February 2015 at
$1,804.
The Maintenance Departments overtime hours this month at $800 compared to
February 2015s $1,206. Little to no snow
and other wintry weather has assisted with
this reduction.

Parks and Recreation also saw a reduction in overtime for the first two months of
2016. All city employees help with snow
removal and salting of roadways and with
little of the white stuff this year, Parks and
Recreation employees were not needed for
those activities.
So far this year, the city has paid out
$6,579 in overtime compared to $19,317
in January and February 2015 and nearly
$23,000 in January and February 2014.
The winter of 2014 was the year of the
Polar Vortex and record-breaking snowfall,
also contributing to the increase in overtime for all departments.

Lt. Josh Morales is the new man in charge at


the Salvation Army in Van Wert. (DHI Media/Ed
Gebert)

Putnam County Common Pleas Court Judge Randall Basinger, left, swears in new Putnam County Sheriff Tim
Meyer on Wednesday as Meyers wife, Kay, looks on. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

Meyer new Putnam County sheriff


BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Editor
sgriffis@putnamsentinel.com
OTTAWA For the second time
in less than a month, Putnam County
Common Pleas Court Judge Randall
Basinger swore in a new sheriff for
the county. Wednesday, Basinger offi-

ciated over the ceremony formally


appointing Tim Meyer to the position.
Selected by the Republican Party
of Putnam County on Feb. 10, Meyer
replaces David Roney, who was
appointed interim sheriff upon the
death of Sheriff Michael Chandler on
Jan. 27.
We have some difficult challenges

facing the county right now with the


heroin epidemic, Meyer said in an
interview following his swearing-in.
Weve got some programs that were
looking to implement and bring forward. Were very much looking forward in getting back in raising our
interactive programs with the schools,
and school safety programs.

Salvation Army
has new officer
BY ED GEBERT
DHI Media Editor
egebert@timesbulletin.com

VAN WERT Hes only been in Van Wert for a


couple of weeks, but Lt. Joshua Morales likes his new
home. Morales is the new officer in charge at the Van
Wert Salvation Army, an organization that served 4,132
area people last year with items such as food, financial
help, clothing and school supplies.
Josh, as he prefers to be called, moved to Van Wert
from Lexington, Kentucky. He grew up in a military
home, so Morales is familiar with many parts of the
country, although he admitted that this is his first time in
this part of Ohio.
See ARMY, page 16A

Relay team sets St. Johns goes completely tobacco-free


Trivia Challenge
Information submitted

DELPHOS The Delphos Union Bank Relay for


Life team will host the 14th annual Trivia Challenge at
8 p.m. on Good Friday, March 25 at the Delphos Eagles
Lodge.
Teams consist of 8-10 members who collaborate
together to answer on paper 10 rounds of questions in
a variety of categories such as movies, history or even
nursery rhymes.
A $10 donation per person is collected.
To register a team or for more information, call Doris
Neumeier at 419-692-3382, Margie Rostorfer at 419692-5106, or call the Union Bank at 419-692-2010, ext.
6105.
Get a team together or better yet, two teams and
challenge each other as to which team will do better.
Its fun, its challenging, and of course, its for a

great cause!

BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS Smokers will have


to move to the sidewalk if they choose
to smoke tobacco products or electronic cigarettes while attending school or
church functions at St. Johns.
St. Johns Parish and Schools have
implemented a new tobacco-free policy to create a more positive, healthy
environment for students. The new
policy prohibits all students, staff, volunteers and visitors from possessing or
using any tobacco products (including
electronic cigarettes of any kind) in any
building, facility or vehicle owned or
leased and on school grounds, athletic
grounds and parking lots.
We are very pleased with Allen
County Public Healths commitment
to helping us finalize a totally tobac-

co-free campus and we believe this


is the best example and message we
can send to our students and all who
work, attend and visit our church and
schools, Elementary and Preschool
Principal Nathan Stant said.
St. Johns joins other schools in the
county who have adopted a TobaccoFree Schools policy. State law prohibits smoking inside school buildings,
but surrounding campuses are not

automatically smoke-free areas. St.


Johns instituted the policy because
school staff members and visitors
serve as role models to students at a
time when they are making choices
about tobacco for themselves.
The new policy will:
Provide a safe, healthy and
tobacco-free environment;
Ensure compliance with state
laws that limit access to tobacco by
minors;
Protect students with illnesses
that are worsened by second-hand
smoke, such as asthma;
Prepare students for the reality
of tobacco-free workplaces and communities;
Reduce school maintenance
costs; and,

Classifieds 10 | Entertainment 11 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-8 |
Sign-up for youth baseball/softball is
set for 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March
5, 12 and 19 at Franklin Elementary
School.
Fees are payable at that time. A
parent or guardian must sign the registration form.
Boys wishing to play in the 7/8-yearold Junior Baseball, 9- to 12-year-old

Minor/City leagues and 12- to 15-yearold Pony League must sign up.
Any 9-year-old with a birth date
between May 1, 2006, and April 30,
2007, or any 10-12-year-old who hasnt
played in Delphos must bring a birth
certificate or other proof of age.
Girls who attended grades 2-8 during
the 2015-16 school year are eligible for

See FREE, page 16A

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DHI MEDIA
softball. Forms may be picked up at the
schools or at the sign-up.
2015 Published in Delphos, Ohio
Children eligible for Knothole
League include boys ages 5-6 and girls
who attended kindergarten or first grade Volume 145, No. 74
during the current school year. There is
no fee but a registration form must be
completed.

2 A The Herald

For The Record


Saturday, February 27, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Charles Chuck F.
Hammond

information submitted
DELPHOS On Feb. 19,
an officer on patrol initiated a
traffic stop on a vehicle after
observing the driver commit a
traffic offense. While speaking with the driver, 51-yearold Daniel Spence of Delphos,
Spence left the scene. Officers
attempted to stop Spence, but
he continued to his residence.
Officers took him into custody
after a short struggle. Spence
was transported to the Van Wert
spence
County Jail and is being charged
with failure to comply and resisting arrest. He will appear in Van Wert Municipal Court to
face the charges.
On Feb. 19, officers took a report from a female in reference to the rear window on her vehicle being broken out.
On Feb. 20, a male came to the police department to
report his license plate missing from his vehicle.
On Feb. 20, officers were dispatched to the 900 block
of North Washington Street to speak with a complainant.
A male there told officers that an item was taken from his
residence in the 200 block of Monroe Street. The incident
remains under investigation.
On Sunday, officers were sent to the 400 block of South
Canal Street in reference to a criminal mischief complaint.
Officers arrived and spoke with the complainant and found
that some unknown subject had caused damage to her
vehicle.
On Sunday, officers spoke with a female in the 700
block of East Third Street about a telecommunications
harassment incident. The female told officers that she is
receiving unwanted texts and voicemails from an ex-boyfriend.
On Thursday, officers responded to the 300 block of
West Third Street to investigate a theft incident. Officer
spoke with a female at the residence. She told officers that
a male, whom she recently met, stayed at her residence.
Upon waking in the morning, she found that the male had
left and multiple items were missing. The case will be forwarded to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.

COURT NEWS
information submitted
VAN WERT The following individual appeared
Wednesday in Van Wert County Common Pleas Court:
Arraignment
Brandon story, 36, Van Wert, entered a not guilty plea to
possession of cocaine, a felony 5; and possession of heroin,
felony 4. The court set bond at $50,000 cash or Electronic
House Arrest. Pretrial was set for March 9.

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BIRTHS
st. ritAs
A girl was born Feb. 23
to Tina Drown and Joseph
Wienken of Spencerville.
A boy was born Feb. 24 to
Alyssa and Thomas Johnson
Jr. of Ottoville.

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Feb. 16, 1944


Feb. 24, 2016

earl L. spears
Jan. 1, 1928-Feb. 24, 2016
Earl L. Spears, 88, of
Delphos passed away on
Wednesday surrounded by his
loving family at his residence.
He was born Jan. 1, 1928,
in Taylorville, Illinois, to Oatis
and Ethel (Hunter) Spears.
Both preceded him in death.
He was united in marriage
to Cora (Paddock) Spears on
Oct. 18, 1952, and had spent
63 wonderful years together.
Cora survives in Delphos.
He is also survived by one
son, Lindell (Susan) Spears of
Delphos; two daughters, Sally
(Joe) Martin of Delphos and
Jeanette (Thomas) Simmons
of Deer Park, Texas; 10 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Burnetta
Hill of Taylorville.
Earl was preceded in
death by his daughter, Brenda
Wetherington; and nine brothers and sisters.
Earl was a member of the
First Assembly of God Church
in Delphos. He started work
for the railroad as a telegraph
operator and retired as a clerk
from Norfolk and Southern
Railroad after 36 years of
faithful service. He loved to
travel in his younger years
and was a great person to read
especially current events and
National Geographic. He was
a gentle, kind, and loving soul
who used all these traits to
become the great father that
he was.
Funeral services will begin
at 11 a.m. today, with calling
one hour prior to the service at
First Assembly of God Church
in Delphos. Pastor Fred Rowe
will officiate. Burial will be in
Walnut Grove Cemetery with
military Grave Rites by the
Delphos Veterans Council.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the charity of
donors choice.
To leave condolences, visit
harterandschier.com.

DELPHOS Charles
Chuck F. Hammond, 72,
of Delphos was born Feb.
16, 1944, to Fabian and
Evelyn (Snider) Hammond
in Zanesville, who preceded
him in death. He was born
again by the power of the
Holy Spirit and acknowledged
Jesus Christ the living Son of God, as his Savior and Lord, and
now abides with him forever.
He was united in marriage to Christina Barnes on Oct. 24,
1970. She survives in Delphos.
He is also survived by a son, Donald A. Hammond of
Delphos; daughter, Lillian L. (Michael) Painter of Victoria,
Texas; three sisters, Joan Buzard of California, Bonnie Fairfax
of Delphos and Helen Hammond of Delphos; and two grandsons, Tyler and Davis Painter.
He was preceded in death by three brothers, David, Donald
and Paul Hammond; and his step-father, Tom Minning.
Charles was a member of the Delphos Wesleyan Church,
where he was active in the church Lay Ministry, worship leader
and Sunday school teacher. He was also a member of VFW
Post 3035. He had worked for the Delphos Police Department,
retiring after 22 years of service, and he served in the
USMC, the 2nd Battalion 7th Marines Regiment, 3rd Marine
Division in Vietnam, where he was a sergeant E5 and was
stationed aboard the USS Enterprise ship. He enjoyed gospel
singing and spending time with his family.
Funeral services will begin at 2 p.m. today at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home, Pastors Wayne Prater and Rodney Shade
officiating. Burial will follow in Walnut Grove Cemetery, with
Military Grave Rites by the Delphos Veterans Council.
Memorial contributions may be made to Transport for
Christ.
To leave condolences, visit harterandschier.com.

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ralph e. rager
June 25, 1930-Feb. 24, 2016
VAN WERT Ralph E.
Rager, 85, of Van Wert passed
away Wednesday at Van Wert
Inpatient Hospice Center.
He was born on June 25,
1930, in Scott to Ezra L. and
Mamie L. (Foust) Rager, who
preceded him in death. He
married Joan M. Spencer on
Dec. 27, 1949, and she preceded him in death on Dec.
19, 2012.
Survivors include his children, Bruce R. Rager of Fort
Wayne, Barbara J. (Ralph)
Cox of Fort Wayne and John
A. (Sherry) Rager of Van
Wert; 11 grandchildren; 11
great-grandchildren; many
nieces and nephews; and one
sister, Irene Blockberger of
Delphos.
Preceding him death were
sisters Dorothy Cummins
and Helen Rager; and brother
Glen C. Rager.

Week of Feb. 29-March 4


st. JoHns
Monday: Chicken patty sandwich,
whole grain bun, green beans, peaches,
fresh fruit, milk.
tuesday: Coney dog/ onions/ whole
grain bun, baked beans, applesauce,
fresh fruit, milk.
Wednesday: Beef and cheese
nachos/ whole grain breadstick, carrots,
sherbet, fresh fruit, milk.
thursday: Sloppy Jo sandwich/
whole grain bun, corn, pears, fresh
fruit, milk.
Friday: Whole grain cheese pizza,
Romaine salad, mixed fruit, fresh fruit,
milk.
DeLPHos CitY sCHooLs
Monday: Chicken patty, whole grain
bun, green beans, peach cup, milk.
tuesday: BBQ rib or pork, whole
grain bun, baked beans, strawberry
cup, milk
Wednesday: Hamburger patty,
whole grain bun, cheese slice, french
fries, juice cup/fresh fruit, milk.
thursday: Cheese breadstick, mari-

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He formerly was a farmer and business owner and
founded
Rager
Home
Improvement, Inc., in 1960
and retired in 1983. He was
an active Van Wert Rotarian
for over 30 years. His hobby
of collecting and selling cars
was his passion. He was a
member of Liberty Baptist
Church in Van Wert.
Private family graveside
services will be held at the
Woodland Cemetery, Van
Wert, with Pastor Jim C. Burns
of Liberty Baptist Church
officiating. Arrangements
were handled by Cowan &
Son Funeral Home, Van Wert.
In lieu of flowers, preferred memorials are for
Bibles placed by The Gideons
International or to Liberty
Baptist Church.
Expressions of sympathy
may be forwarded online to
cowanfuneralhome.com.

nara sauce, carrots, 100% fruit sherbet,


milk.
Friday: Whole grain pizza, Romaine
salad, fresh vegetable, applesauce cup,
milk.
Fort JenninGs
High school salad bar will be every
Friday during Lent and on March 30.
Pretzel and cheese every Wednesday.
Chocolate, strawberry and white milk
available daily.
Monday: Cheesy rotini, breadstick,
peas, fruit.
tuesday: BBQ rib sandwich, baked
beans, G-force bar, fruit.
Wednesday: Pepperoni pizza, green
beans, sherbet, fruit.
thursday: Chicken gravy over
mashed potatoes, carrots, dinner roll,
fruit.
Friday: Grilled cheese or tuna salad
sandwich, broccoli, cookie, fruit.
ottoViLLe
Monday: Cold sub w/Romaine
blend lettuce/ cheese slice, baked chips,
baked beans, pineapple, milk.

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windy. Highs in the low
60s and lows in the mid
30s.

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Highs in the low 50s and
lows in the mid 30s.

Wed 40/27
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Cloudy, periods of rain.
Highs in the low 40s and
lows in the upper 20s.
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tuesday: Breaded chicken strips,


steamed carrots, whole grain butter
bread, banana, milk.
Wednesday: Salisbury steak,
mashed potatoes with gravy, whole
grain butter bread, applesauce, milk.
thursday: Whole grain pizza, celery sticks, broccoli w/cheese sauce,
peaches, milk.
Friday: Macaroni and cheese,
tossed salad, butter or peanut butter
bread, applesauce, milk.
sPenCerViLLe
Monday: Salisbury steak, mashed
potatoes/gravy, broccoli and dip, sweet
roll, pears, milk.
tuesday: Hamburger or cheeseburger sandwich, baked beans, carrots
and dip, applesauce, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast pizza, potato
bites, fresh broccoli and dip, peach cup,
milk.
thursday: Chicken, green beans,
carrots and dip, apple pie bite, 100%
juice, milk.
Friday: Cheesy lasagna, salad with
carrots, garlic bread, craisins, milk.

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BRIEFS
Girl Scouts offer
drive-through
cookie booth
Information submitted
DELPHOS Delphos
Girl Scout Troop 20278 will
hold its Drive Thru Cookie
Booth from 4-7 p.m. on
Friday at the St Johns High
School.
This is an opportunity for
people to purchase Girl Scout
cookies without ever leaving
their car.
The cookies available are
Trefoil, Thin Mints, Samoas,
Do-Si-Do, Rah-Rah Raisin,
Tagalong and Savannah
Smiles for $4 per box. There
is also a Gluten Free cookie,
Toffee-tastic, for $5 per box.
If customers want a calorie
free option, they can donate a
box that will be sent to military troops over seas.
This is the first time that
a drive-through cookie booth
has been offered.
Cookies arrive today.
Cookie booths start on March
4 and continue until the end
of March.

Information submitted

Senior center receives $2,500 gift


Delphos Senior Citizen, Inc., recently received a donation from St. Ritas Medical
Center. Above: Chad Premo presents the $2,500 check to Delphos Senior Citizens
Center Director Alice Curth. The money will be used for the centers transportation
and meal site programs. (Submitted photo)

Donations accepted for Honor Flight


Information submitted
PUTNAM COUNTY Paulding Putnam
Electric Employees, along with the help of
their members, local businesses, and community leaders have raised close to $30,000
so far to go toward the Honor Flight organization. The goal is raise $70,000 to sponsor
an entire Honor Flight out of the Northeast
Indiana Chapter, which serves Northwest
Ohio and Northeast Indiana.
If youre not familiar with Honor Flight,
it is a nonprofit organization created solely
to honor Americas veterans for all their sacrifices by flying them to Washington, DC to
reflect at their memorials. The cost to sponsor an entire flight averages anywhere from
$65,000 to $70,000.
Paulding Putnam Electric Co-ops (PPEC)
other goal is to locate the remaining World
War II Veterans in this region, so they can go
on this amazing experience.
While there is a long waiting list currently, World War II Veterans and those terminally ill are bumped up on the first flights,
says Erika Willitzer, Marketing & Economic
Development Manager at PPEC. We want to

make sure these brave men and women get


this opportunity, before its too late.
In order, to accomplish the goal of sponsoring an entire flight, PPEC is accepting
corporate and individual donations. They are
also holding a Truck Raffle, where you have
the opportunity to win a brand new Chevy
Silverado truck. Donations and tickets can be
purchased online at the website www.PPEC.
coop. You can also speak with any PPEC
employee, to purchase a raffle ticket or to
make a donation.
When the weather gets warmer, Paulding
Putnam Electric employees also plan to hold
several community luncheons to bring awareness to the cause. These luncheons will be
held throughout their service territory, which
is made up of Paulding, Putnam, Defiance,
Van Wert and Allen counties in Ohio, and
Adams and Allen counties in Indiana. Details
on the times and dates of the community luncheons will be announced at a later time.
If you have any questions regarding
this conference, please contact Marketing
Manager, Erika Willitzer at 419-399-1868 or
email at ewillitzer@ppec.coop

Spring is in the air ...

Join Arbor Day Foundation in March;


receive 10 free white flowering dogwoods
Information submitted
Nebraska City, Neb.
The Arbor Day Foundation
is making it easy for everyone to celebrate the arrival of
spring by planting trees.
Join the Arbor Day
Foundation in March 2016
and receive 10 free white
flowering dogwood trees.
White flowering dogwoods are versatile trees
that will break heavy winds
and add beauty to your
home, said Matt Harris,
chief executive of the Arbor
Day Foundation. These

fast-growing landscape trees


are known for their soft needles and graceful branching,
making them an ideal addition to any yard.
The free trees are part of
the nonprofit Foundations
Trees for America campaign.
With planting instructions
included, the trees will be
shipped at the right time for
planting, between March
1 and May 31. The 6- to
12-inch trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be
replaced free of charge.
Arbor Day Foundation
members also receive a sub-

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LIMA Jeff Tracy, president of the Board of Trustees of


the Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center in Lima
has announced CEO Cindy Wood submitted her resignation
effective April 13. The board will be conducting a search to
replace Wood immediately.
According to Tracy, the board is sorry to see Wood leave the
community at this time.
We are very thankful for Mrs. Woods leadership at the
VMCC. Cindy instituted several changes that have resulted
now in growth; we are planning for building renovations, have
created a shared marketing alliance with the Allen County
Agricultural Society and Fairgrounds that launched in fall of
2015, and had success in fundraising in partnership with the
Civic Center Foundation, Tracy said. There were many difficult decisions and changes that had to be made to deal with
local business conditions, and that transformation has been
successful.
Wood has accepted a position at a university in central
Ohio.
It has been an honor to be part of the VMCC and its legacy
of leaders in the community. I am very proud of the accomplishments of the trustees, foundation, as well as the partnerships created in the community, Wood said. Without that
partnership and collaboration with the board of trustees and
the commissioners, the VMCC would not be ready for the long
term success as the regions largest public assembly facility.
The board has appointed a search committee to begin the
process for selecting the next CEO.

DeWine rejects Ohio


Motor Voter Automatic
Registration Petition
Information submitted

COLUMBUS Ohio Attorney General Mike


DeWine Friday rejected the petition for a proposed
amendment to the Ohio Constitution which would
require automatic voter registration when a citizen
applies for, renews, updates, or replaces an Ohio drivers
license, learners permit, or identification card, unless he
or she affirmatively opts out of registration.
On February 16, 2016, the Ohio Attorney Generals
Office received a written petition proposing to add
Section 10 to Article V of the Ohio Constitution and a
summary of the proposed amendment. While the summary states that the amendment will register citizens
who are eligible to vote in Ohio, the amendment text
itself applies prospectively to register any person who
will be eligible to vote in the next statewide primary or
general election[.] This distinction may mislead potential signers as to who would be registered to vote as a
result of the amendment.
For example, a 16-year-old who obtains a learners
permit after this years primary would be eligible to
vote at the next statewide primary election in 2018 so
long as she would be 18 years old by November of that
year. The amendment can be read to direct the Bureau
of Motor Vehicles to automatically register that 16-yearold to vote.
Additionally, while the summary includes an explanation of changes to state law, this provision may represent an additional change.
For this reason, I am unable to certify the summary
as a fair and truthful statement of the proposed amendment, Attorney General DeWine stated in his letter
rejecting the petition. However, I must caution that this
is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all defects in
the submitted summary.

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Local/State
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TODAY
9-11 a.m. Delphos Project Recycle at Delphos Fuel and Wash.
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. The Delphos Museum of Postal History, 339
N. Main St., is open.
12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos Fire and
Rescue.
1-3 p.m. The 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.
1:30 p.m. Amvets Post 698 Auxiliary meets at the Amvets post
in Middle Point.
4 p.m. Amvets Post 698 regular meeting at the Amvets post
in Middle Point.
7:30 p.m. Sons of Amvets Post 698 meet at Amvets Post in
Middle Point.

Hittles kindergarten class at Franklin


Students in Esther Hittles kindergarten class at Franklin Elementary School include, front from left, Aliyah Bradley,
Abigail Williams and Neveah Hiegel; center, Alayna Gossett, Tyler Wiseman, Isabella Schmidt, Oliver Smith and
Mackenzie Klausing; and back, Hittle, Keagan McDermitt, Paige Schwinnen, Nelson Miller, Layne Bailey and Devin
Sanchez. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Lima Memorial
Cancer Institute
offers open house
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Optimists welcome Wiley


Gina Wiley of Dancer By Gina was Fridays guest at the
Delphos Optimist Club meeting. Wiley recently took 77
dance students to perform at the Cleveland Cavalier halftime show. Dancer By Gina is the only dance studio to
be granted a Saturday performance and only one of two
granted a halftime show. This is the 10th year Dancer By
Gina has performed at a Cavs game. Optimist President
Kevin Wieging presents Wiley with a club coffee cup.
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public to attend the Cancer
Institute Open House from
1-3 p.m. on Sunday.
Guests will have the
opportunity to see and tour
the $6 million investment
to the community, meet the
oncology team and enjoy
refreshments.
The Cancer Institute
offers the leading edge
in radiation therapy with
Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator technology that includes stateof-the-art enhancements.
This technology provides
advanced cancer treatment techniques and treats
moving targets with great
speed and accuracy, preserving healthy tissue. The
TrueBeam can effectively treat cancer anywhere
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latest technologies, compassionate and dedicated
physicians and staff following the highest standards of care, the result
is exceptional quality and
strong clinical outcomes.
The Lima Memorial
Cancer Institute is located at 525 Eastown Road,
Lima.

MONDAY
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ottoville Branch Library is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
6:30 p.m. Shelter from the Storm support group meets in the
Delphos Public Library basement.
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 Street.
7 p.m. Delphos Coon and Sportsmans Club meets.
7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church,
310 W. Second St.
WEDNESDAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E. Main
St., Kalida.
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.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the St. Johns
Chapel.
6:30 p.m. Delphos Kiwanis Club meets at the Eagles Lodge,
1600 E. Fifth St.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
Delphos Civil Service Commission meets at Municipal Building.
7:30 p.m. Hope Lodge 214 Free and Accepted Masons,
Masonic Temple, North Main Street.
9 p.m. Fort Jennings Lions Club meets at the Outpost
Restaurant.

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Country
Remembering an Amish fathers
legacy of faith, work and reading Kitchen Press
BY LOVINA EICHER
If my dad were still living, he would
turn 85 years old today. But God had
other plans, and Dad passed away in
May 2000, at the age of 69. Every year
on his birthday we still remember what
day it is.
My dad left me a legacy of wonderful memories and of precious love.
My dad was quiet in a group, but if
you knew him, you would find him
cracking a few jokes and find he had
a sense of humor. Dad grew up in a
family of 13 children. He was the third
oldest. There were three girls and ten
boys. Dad found out early in life how
to work, and it stayed with him all his
life. He was an early riser and never
liked going to bed late. If he did have
free time, he loved taking care of his
purple martin birdhouses or reading.
I inherited my love of reading from
him. If he found a good book, he would
always ask me if I wanted to read the
book. Dad loved to read educational
books and learn new things.
Dad passed away about five weeks
before we had Loretta. Benjamin, 16,
doesnt remember him but the older
girls remember him for teasing them
a lot.
Ill never forget when our first son,
Benjamin, was born. I had him at
home, with Joes aunt Sylvia being
my midwife. Mom was also there,
and after Benjamin was born, Dad and
my sister Verena brought our daughters Elizabeth, Susan, and Verena back
home to meet their new little brother.
At first they didnt want to look at the
baby, and we couldnt figure out why.
Finally they said, Well, Grandpa said
that we have a brother now and that
he will be able to handle all three of
us. They couldnt figure out how that
could be when they saw little 4-pound,
13-ounce Benjamin! We had a good
laugh about it.

Benjamin is not so little anymore,


and is taller than all his sisters.
My uncle Emanuels birthday is also
today. He is a year older than dad. If
you get to read this, Uncle Emanuel, I
wish you a happy 86th birthday! May
God bless you and Aunt Leah with
good health!
I had the privilege of visiting with
Emanuel and Leah in Marysville at
Uncle Benjis viewing. Their daughter,
cousin Emma, lives in Salem, Ind., and
was also at the viewing. I hadnt seen
Emma in years. After we looked more
than once, we recognized each other.
My thoughts are with Emma, as she has
been a widow for almost nine years. A
few years before she lost her husband,
their almost 15-year-old son was killed.
Emma has 12 children living yet, with
all but a few married, if I am correct.
Yesterday the girls and I attended sister Emmas Tupperware party.
She served a delicious lunch to everybody afterward. We picked up daughter Elizabeth to go with us to the
party. Then in the evening Timothy and
Elizabeth came here for supper.
Timothy is on crutches and will
probably be off work for several weeks
yet. A week ago he was cutting a piece
of log with a chainsaw when it somehow slipped and went through his shoe,
cutting right into his foot. He goes
to get it checked out every few days.
Elizabeth changes the bandages every
six hours around the clock. Its been

very hard for him to sit quietly, especially knowing there isnt any income
coming in and the payments are still
due every month.
I told them God will provide if
they keep their trust in him, although I
do understand their concern. Accidents
like that can happen so fast. Hopefully
it will heal quickly and without too
much nerve damage in his foot.
We wish Gods blessings and good
health to everyone. This week Ill share
the recipe for pepper steak potatoes. A
good winter evening meal!
Pepper Steak Potatoes
5 small potatoes, cut into slices
1/2 cup water
1 pound beef steaks, cut into strips
1 garlic clove, minced
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 medium green pepper, cut into
strips
1 small onion, chopped
pepper to taste
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 cup beef broth
Cook potatoes in water until tender.
Saut beef and garlic in oil until meat
is no longer pink. Remove and keep
warm. Drain drippings. In the same
skillet, saut pepper and onion. Return
beef to pan and add potatoes and pepper. In a small saucepan, combine cornstarch and broth until smooth. Bring to
a boil and cook until thickened. Drizzle
over meat mixture and toss.

Prepare something quick and easy.


Chicken a la Orange
1 1/2 tablespoons butter or margarine
3 chicken breasts, skinned, boned and halved
3 1/3 cups orange juice
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon dry mustard
Salt and black pepper, to taste
1 1/2 cups uncooked long-grain rice
Melt butter in a large skillet. Add chicken breast
halves; cook until lightly browned on all sides. Add
orange juice, garlic powder, dry mustard, salt and
pepper; mix well. Bring mixture to a boil. Add rice.
Reduce heat; simmer, covered, 25 minutes, or until rice
has absorbed liquid and chicken is done. Makes 4 to 6
servings.
Parmesan Roasted Asparagus
1 pound fresh asparagus, trimmed
3 tablespoons olive oil
1/3 cup shredded Parmesan cheese
1 teaspoon lemon-pepper seasoning
1/4 teaspoon salt
Place asparagus in an ungreased 15x10x1-inch baking pan. Drizzle with oil; toss to coat. Sprinkle with
cheese, lemon-pepper and salt.
Bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Makes 4 servings.

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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
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a reply) or at LovinasAmishKitchen@
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Miller City rally crushes Jays


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

Lincolnview senior Hayden Ludwig (34) converts the slam


at the end of an alley-oop pass from classmate Austin Leeth
during a Division IV Sectional final game against PandoraGilboa at Van Wert High School on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016.
The dunk was one of two in the game for the Lancers and
accounted for Ludwigs only points in a 54-25 Lancer win.
(DHI Media/Tina Eley)

Lancers slam P-G,


wins first sectional
title in 14 years
BY JOHN PARENT
DHI Media Sports Editor
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VAN WERT Lincolnview head coach Brett Hammons


set two goals for his team before the season started: to win
the Northwest Conference, which the Lancers did with an 8-0
league record, and to advance beyond the sectional tournament.
With a 54-25 win over Pandora-Gilboa in the Division IV
tournament held at Van Wert on Friday night, Hammons was
able to cross both goals off of his list.
This is great, especially for these seniors, Hammons
said. Its great when you can reach the goals that you want to
accomplish, and lucky for us, we had a great regular season,
but a new season starts now. Our first step was getting out of
sectionals, and we accomplished that.
Though the Lancers (22-1) played a little tight early, they
still led by 13 points at halftime and blew the game open when
senior Derek Youtsey connected on back-to-back 3-pointers to
open the third quarter, followed by Caden Ringwalds 3-point
play, all within the first 78 seconds of the half.
We just challenged them (in the lockerrom), Hammons
said of the difference between the first and second halves.
(The Rockets) were targeting Chandler (Adams), like most
teams do. Like I told them, we all have confidence in those
guys to step up and make plays, and I felt they were a little
passive in the first half - like they have been in the past few
games. We said, other guys are going to have to help us out,
and thank goodness Derek Youtsey knocked down some threes
and Caden Ringwald got some confidence and knocked down
some shots.
After Drew Johnson scored on a drive to break what was by
then a 15-0 Lancer run stretching back to the second quarter,
Ringwald drilled consecutive 3-pointers as part of his 12-point
evening. The Lancers lead had reached 28 points at 42-14
when Lincolnview added an exclamation point, as senior
Austin Leeth lobbed a pass toward the basket and classmate
Hayden Ludwig went up and slammed it home.
He can get up pretty well, hes just never showed it,
Hammons said of Ludwig. He has that capability, and Austin
threw a perfect pass. I told Hayden, you had only two points
in this game, were going to need you to score more, but they
were a thunderous two.
Pandora-Gilboa (8-16) was led by 17 points from the sophomore Johnson, one of three sophomores that start for the
Rockets. Their other two starters are freshmen.
The Johnson kid is a heck of a player, Hammons said.
He had 8 of their 12 in the first half, and I though we did a
great job on him there in the third quarter.
The Rockets used a tight 2-3 zone to contain Lincolnviews
all-conference post player, Chandler Adams, and kept the
Lancers from pulling away in the first half, but on the offensive
end they were unable to capitalize, making just 3 of 11 from
the field in each of the first two periods.
We had some chances early; It was 17-10 and we needed
to close that gap and really get some confidence, but we just
couldnt do that, Smith said. The physical part of it, their
size, it just became too much for us to handle.
Adams led the Lancers with 14 points while grabbing 8
rebounds. Youtsey, who was held to 2 points in the first half,
finished with 10 points and 9 rebounds. Lincolnview went
7-for-12 from the field in the third quarter, including 4-for-5
from 3-point territory. The Lancers won that period 19-3.
Pandora-Gilboa, which made just 27 percent of its shots in
the game, went 0-for-14 from 3-point range.
We are a team that thrives off the 3-point line, and 27
percent is not what we usually shoot, Smith said. We are
usually a better offensive team than we are a defensive team.
Our defense, I was proud of that, but offensively, we just could
not get going today.
Lincolnview will play the 6:15 p.m. game on Tuesday at
the Elida Fieldhouse, taking on Miller City in the District
semifinals.
This is the first time weve done it (advance to District
play) since 2001-02, so just for our community, its great,
Hammons said. Now, weve got to move on. Weve got to be
ready to play on Tuesday.
See SECTIONAL, page 7A

VAN WERT Most basketball games involving relatively-even matchups come


down to crunch time.
That was especially true
of Friday nights St. Johns
versus Miller City clash in
Division IV Sectional play at
Van Wert High Schools The
Cougars Den.
The Blue Jays led 32-23 to
commence the fourth before
suffering a power outage and
allowed the Wildcats to rally
for a 41-37 triumph.
Miller City (14-9) advances to play game 1s victor,
top-seeded Lincolnview, 6:15
p.m. Tuesday at the Elida
District.
This defensive battle came
down to the final eight minutes. With the Jays (9-14)
holding that 9-point advantage, the Wildcats stepped
up their pressure into a fullcourt mode and harassed the
Jays into four crucial turnovers (13 total). Slowly, they
crept back in with the
Jays only scoring a single
by Collin Will (6 markers)
at 5:25 and surpassed the
Jays 35-33 on a 3-ball from
the left wing by senior leader
Jackson Lammers (18 markers, 5 steals) at 4:38. Junior
Timothy Kreeger (10 counters, 12 boards, 4 assists, 3
blocked shots) tied it on a lob
at 3:58 but Matt Niese hit the
2nd-of-2 foul shots at 3:37 to
give the Wildcats the lead for
good. Lammers finished off
his 8-point period on a halfcourt steal and layin at 2:12
for a 38-35 advantage.
Kreegers hoop shot at 48
ticks pulled the Jays within
a point and forced to foul,
Niese missed the front end

of the bonus at 26.6 points.


However, senior Maxwell
Kuhlman (8 counters) mad
the play of the game by getting the offensive board and
putting it back in at 21 ticks
for a 3-point edge. The Jays
missed a game-tying trifecta
and Jacob Kuhlman got the
board and was fouled. He
hit the 1st-of-2 at 5.2 ticks to
effectively seal the win.
The Jays were also 1-of-7
at the line in the period (and
the game for 14.3%) to further their offensive struggle.
We did a lot of good
things to put ourselves in
position to win. We played
good defense for starters,
St. Johns head man Aaron
Elwer noted. As usual, in a
close game, you have to have
ball security and you have
to hit your free throws and
we didnt do either. We have
struggled with turnovers all
year but thought wed been
better the last few games.
When they upped their pres- St. Johns junior Owen Rode goes up for a jumper over the
sure, we didnt respond well. defense of Miller Citys Kody Kuhlman in game 2 Friday
Nor did we when we needed night at Van Wert. (DHI Media/Tina Eley)
to hit free throws to keep the
lead or come back. Its unfortunate for these kids because them to take. It came down shooting while nailing 5-ofthey did well enough to get us to our defensive pressure; we 8 themselves. When Owen
extended it with about six Rode (6 counters) hit a triple
in that spot.
Miller City also know and half minutes left; if we out of the right corner at
as the Kuhlman crew as four had waited another minute, 24 ticks, Delphos led 13-8
with that last name: Maxwell, it might have been too late. before J. Kuhlman drove to
Mark, Jacob and Kody; start- This is the third straight time the basket with a tick left for
ed was 7-of-12 at the weve gone to the Districts; 13-10 scoreboard.
Defenses took over more
15-foot line in the fourth after not many can say that.
in
the
second period, with the
From
the
start,
it
was
starting 3-of-8 (10-of-20 for
units
combining
for 6-of-19
apparent
defense
would
rule
the game for 50%).
Jackson was our leader. the game. Miller City played shooting (the Jays 4-0f-10).
He really stepped up when we a mix of schemes, includ- A Kreeger tip in transition at
had to have it, Miller City ing briefly a box-and-1 on 49 ticks put the Jays up 21-14
head man Bryan Kuhlman Kreeger (with the 6-3 Jacob before a J. Kuhlman foul shot
explained. At the half, we Kuhlman doing the honors on at 37.4 ticks made the halftold him especially to let the the 6-8 junior) before settling time scoreboard read 21-15,
game come to him and not for mainly a 2-3 zone. The St. Johns.
try to force and he responded Jays used their usual man-toin the fourth. All of us were man and was a little better,
See RALLY, page 7A
forcing shots we dont want holding their foe to 4-of-11

Knights advance with rout of Musketeers


BY JIM COX
DHI Media Correspondent
sports@timesbulletin.com

OTTAWA For the first 12 minutes


of Friday nights Division IV sectional
final, 10th-seeded Fort Jennings gave
2nd-seeded Crestview all it could handle.
Then, the Knights 1-2 senior punch
of Connor Lautzenheiser and Cody
Mefferd took charge, eventually leading
Crestview to an 80-48 win.
Crestview (18-5) advances to meet
Leipsic a 57-37 winner over Columbus
Grove in Friday nights second game,
in a district semifinal at Elida Tuesday
at 8 p.m.
The Musketeers season ends at 6-18.
There were three ties and four lead
changes in a well-played first quarter.
It was 13-13 when Mefferd muscled his
way inside for a layup-and-1, then beat
the buzzer with a difficult fall-away shot
from the left elbow to make it 18-13 at
the break.
Back came Fort Jennings at the start
of the second quarter. The Muskies 6-4
sophomore post, Brandon Wehri, converted 3 of 4 free throws. Crestviews
6-5 freshman, Javin Etzler, scored on a
putback, but Jennings Luke Trentman
drove the baseline for a layup to cut the
margin to 20-18 with 5:52 left in the
half. A 10-footer by Etzler and a break-

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
NATURAL RESOURCES
Division of Wildlife
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Take Me Fishing
Spring fishing is right
around the corner
BY TOM KEER (Tom
Keer is an award-winning
writer who lives on Cape
Cod, Massachusetts. He is
a columnist for the Upland
Almanac, a Contributing
Writer for Covey Rise magazine, a Contributing Editor
for both Fly Rod and Reel
and Fly Fish America, and a
blogger for the Recreational
Boating
and
Fishing
Foundations Take Me
Fishing program. Keer writes
regularly for over a dozen
outdoor magazines on topics
related to fishing, hunting,
boating, and other outdoor
pursuits. When they are not
fishing, Keer and his family
hunt upland birds over their
three English setters. His first

away layup by Lautzenheiser pushed the


lead out to six, but Trentman swished a
jumper from the right elbow 24-20,
Knights, with 4:26 on the clock.
It would never be that close again.
Crestview then went on a 14-2 run, with
eight of those points two free throws
and two 3-pointers coming from
Lautzenheiser. Mefferd again hit a buzzer-beater, squirming inside for an acrobatic layup to make it 38-22 at the half.
We expected that (the good start
by Fort Jennings), said Knight coach
Jeremy Best. Thats one thing I appreciate that Coach Utendorf does with his
kids. They play extremely hard. They
dont look at the scoreboard. They compete, and he gets a lot of mileage out
of those kids. I told our kids they (the
Musketeers) are preparing to play and
win the game just like you are, and you
need to respect that.
Its a credit to our guys, said
Musketeer coach Keith Utendorf. In
the first half we came out and really
gave them some problems, played pretty
well. We played extremely hard. I cant
credit our five seniors enough. No matter what, our kids never quit. Im proud
of their efforts, for sure.
The Knights compiled some impressive stats in the first 16 minutes. They
shot 67 percent (12 of 18) from the field
and 91 percent (10 of 11) from the line.
The Musketeers couldnt match that

Wildlife Ohio

book, a Fly Fishers Guide


to the New England Coast
was released in January 2011.
Visit him at www.tomkeer.
com or at www.thekeergroup.
com.)
Spring fishing is around
the corner, the Groundhog
told us that earlier this month.
We have a little more time
before we wet a line, so here
are 7 tips to get your gear
ready.
Change your skirts.
Silicone skirts on spinnerbaits either get moldy or dry
out in the offseason. Freshen
up your favorites and add
some new colors to try.
New fishing line. Sun,
salt, and abrasion can wear
out monofilament lines.
Plus, when theyre stored on
a spool all winter long the
memory can louse up a trip.
Change them up for short
money and be ready for the
season.
Synthetic fishing lines.

kind of shooting, although they were


solid 44 percent (7 of 16) from the
field and 60 percent (6 of 10) from the
stripe. Crestview dominated the boards
12-4.
Lautzenheiser scored eight and
Mefferd seven in the third quarter,
which the Knights barely won 17-14, to
make it 55-36 after three. Fort Jennings
got within 16 three times early in the
fourth period before Crestview pulled
away for good. Lautzenheiser had nine
fourth-quarter points, seven of which
came from the free throw line.
Crestview cooled off only slightly in
the second half, ending up shooting 58
percent (25 of 43) from the field and 81
percent (25 of 31) from the free throw
line. Fort Jennings shot 35 percent (14
of 40) from the field and 61 percent
(17 of 28) from the stripe. The Knights
totally dominated the boards 36-13. The
Muskies had fewer turnovers, 8-11.
The Crestview defense was, as usual,
stellar, even employing a zone at times.
When you get in situations like
that we had a 14-16-18 point lead
teams really start to drive and get
aggressive on you, so we thought wed
mix it up and work on some things, said
Best. We wanted to try to take the ball
out of Wehris hands. Hes a really nice
young player, and he was a prime focus
for us tonight.
See KNIGHTS, page 7A

Sometimes the expense of


these lines adds up, so think
about recycling them. Go to a
football field and run the line
out to the Arbor Knot. Then,
wind the used part on to your
spool. Be sure to have wind a
piece of electricians tape on
the arbor so the line doesnt
spin and youve got a fresh
line on the working end of
your outfit.
Change or sharpen your
hooks. A pair of split ring pliers makes it easy to replace
rusted hooks with new ones.
Buff all hooks, even new
ones, with a hook hone.
The hook point should be
sticky sharp. Run it across
your thumbnail and if it grabs
youre set.
Jacklight your waders. Go
into a dark basement or room
and shine a flashlight in your
waders. Any light that comes
through the material shows
a hole. Check your boots,
too, for rubber can crack in

the off-season. Some rubber


cement over an old nylon
stocking works wonders.
Check your guides. If you
fish hard, the friction caused
by lines can wear grooves
in your guides. Guides with
ceramic rings can crack if
theyre hit on a gunnel or a
tree.
Smooth operator. Yeah,
you packed your gears in
white grease, lubed your
bails, and siliconed your
cranks. That said, check them
out to make sure everything
is still running smooth. If
your reels were stored in a
cold area they may need a
freshen-up.
Think fish. Spring fishing
is around the corner and to
celebrate that make sure to
cast your vote for favorite
places to go fishing and boating in the country on Top
Fishing and Boating Spots
Instant Win and Sweepstakes!
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Fifteen set to enter


OHSAA Officials HOF
Information Submitted
COLUMBUS Fifteen individuals have been selected
for induction into the Ohio High School Athletic Association
Officials Hall of Fame, the OHSAA Officials Hall of Fame
Committee has announced. The OHSAA Officials Hall of
Fame induction banquet is scheduled for June 11 in Columbus.
Each of the 15 inductees is being honored for outstanding
officiating careers and significant contributions to interscholastic officiating in Ohio. More information on the OHSAA
Officials Hall of Fame is posted at: http://www.ohsaa.org/
officials/HallofFame.htm
It is an honor to have an Officials Hall of Fame where
the best in Ohio are recognized for their outstanding careers
and their dedication to officiating, said Beau Rugg, OHSAA
Assistant Commissioner and a previous Hall of Fame inductee.
Officiating is a service and it is a joy to recognize these highly
respected individuals with induction into the Hall of Fame. We
thank all officials for their service to student-athletes, coaches,
schools and other officials.
While the OHSAAs Circle of Champions recognizes indiSt. Johns senior Sydney Fischbach has tough sledding against the defense of Arlingtons Sierra Nichols during a Division viduals from various areas who had outstanding careers in high
school athletics and have further contributed to interscholastic
IV District semifinal at O-G High School. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
sports, the Officials Hall of Fame is the only Hall of Fame
sponsored by the OHSAA.
2016 OHSAA Officials Hall of Fame Induction Class

Red Devils gash Jays in tourney


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

OTTAWA Arlington
has been at or near the top of
the Division IV girls basketball Associated Press rankings all of 2015-16.
That meant that the St.
Johns Lady Blue Jays,
whose tradition has included that honor for many a
season, needed to play
a near-perfect game in a
District semifinal Thursday
on The Supreme Court at
Ottawa-Glandorfs Robert J.
Hermiller Gymnasium.
Shooting 24.4 percent
made that moot as the Lady
Red Devils secured a 51-30
rout in the first game.
The top-seeded Devils
(24-1) advance to play
Ottoville in Saturdays 4 p.m.
finals.
St. Johns shot 10-of-41
from the floor (2-of-11 downtown) and added 8-of-14 from
the 15-foot line (57.1%).
We knew their defense

would apply pressure all the


time. We didnt necessarily
turn it over but we rushed
things; we got in too much
of a hurry, St. Johns mentor Dan J. Grothouse began.
Our shots and passes were
made at too fast a pace for
our liking; thats one of the
biggest reasons we shot so
poorly. They were also pretty
lengthy (6 girls 5-10 or taller
on the roster) to bother our
shots and passes.
The Jays (14-10) offensive struggles against the
relentless full-court defense
generally man-to-man
started early as they shot
2-of-12, with their only two
fielders from senior Sydney
Fischbach (6 markers, 8
boards) at 3:03 and from
junior Madilynn Schulte (15
counters) at 1:36. On the
other end, the first basket
of the game by Arlingtons
Whitney Dodds (14 points)
at 7:18 gave them the lead for
good. They canned 6-of-11
against the Jays man-to-man,
including a right-wing bomb

by Dodds at 1:20, for 14-6


edge after eight minutes.
The Blue and Gold could
not seem to get untracked
much better in the second
period 3-of-9. Though the
Red Devils slowed down for
4-of-13, they made up for it
by hitting 6-of-8 at the freethrow line (13-of-17 total
for 76.6%). Six-foot junior
Sierra Nichols (14 counters,
5 boards, 4 blocked shots
despite foul trouble) heated
up for seven points in the
period, as did Kendra Jolliff,
and her pair of singles at 4.4
ticks made it a 29-14 halftime
spread.
The Blue Jay offense
slowed down even more in
the third period 1-of-9
as they could not get anything consistent going. Their
only points were a 3-pointer
at 6:01 and a foul shot at the
3:40 mark, both by Schulte.
The Jays defense also
slowed the Arlington offense
by forcing six turnovers (12
for the night) but they could
not make a run. When Dodds

Wildlife
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Division of Wildlife Open Houses
You are invited to any of these five
locations anytime between noon and 3 p.m.
March 5 to discuss fishing and hunting
proposals. Staff members will be available
to listen to your concerns and answer your
questions.
Locations are accessible to persons with
special needs. Persons with special needs
should contact the local wildlife district
office or call 1-800-WILDLIFE (1-800-9453543) at least one week in advance of the
open house.
Open Houses are open and public participation is encouraged. Anyone interested in
providing input and participating in Ohios
professional wildlife management process
is welcome. Fish and wildlife biologists
along with law enforcement officers will
be on hand to answer questions and receive
comments.
Open houses will take place at five locations throughout the state:
Central Ohio: Wildlife District One
Office, 1500 Dublin Road, Columbus
Northwest Ohio: Wildlife District Two
Office, 952 Lima Ave, Findlay
Northeast Ohio: Wildlife District Three
Office, 912 Portage Lakes Drive, Akron
Southeast Ohio: Wildlife District Four
Office, 360 E State St., Athens
Southwest Ohio: Greene County Fish and
Game Association Clubhouse, 1538 Union
Road, Xenia
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Top Guns In Flight; Wildlife in the
Danger Zone
As more and more encounters occur
between humans and wildlife in Ohio, it is
crucial that Ohioans know how to keep these
challenges as positive as possible moving
forward.
Looking at the challenges aerial wildlife
must overcome is the theme of the 32nd
annual Ohio Wildlife Diversity Conference
hosted by ODNR April 12 at the Ohio Union
on The Ohio State Universitys campus.
Dont miss out on this great educational opportunity and register today at www.
wildohio.gov or call 800-WILDLIFE (9453543).
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National Invasive Species Awareness


Since it is National Invasive Species
Awareness Week, dont forget to do your part
and help stop aquatic hitchhikers.
- CLEAN watercraft, trailer, motor, and
equipment. REMOVE visible aquatic plants,
mussels, other animals, and mud before leaving any water access.
- DRAIN water from boat, bilge, motor
and livewell by removing drain plug and
opening all water draining devices away
from the boat ramp. Regulations require this
when leaving accesses in many states and
provinces.
- DRY everything at least five days
before going to other waters and landings or
SPRAY/RINSE recreation equipment with
high pressure and/or hot water (120F/50C
or higher).
For more info on invasive species, download the free invasive species app from the
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This and That about Wildlife
* With March almost upon us, its that
time of year again for maple syrup festivals
at a number of our state parks. Did you
know Ohio is in the top 10 in the nation in
maple syrup production? Learn more about
the process of actually making maple syrup
and how to tap a tree from a few of our staff
here at ODNRhttps://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=EFDcp6tJWAU
* Why not venture out on one of our
many naturalist-led hikes this coming weekend! Check out our events calendar for a hike
near you or make a weekend out of it and
spend the night in one of our cabins as well.
http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/calendar
* Dont miss out the winter adventure
in your Ohio State Parks before the season
ends. Check out all of the fun things to do
around the state including the new sledding
hill tow rope at Punderson State Park at
http://ohiodnr.gov/winter.
* ODNR is very excited about all of the
state park improvements going on right now
across the Buckeye state. Check out ODNR
Director Jim Zehringers new blog which
highlights some of these improvements.
http://director.ohiodnr.gov//improvingohio-state-parks-one-update-at-a-time
* Did you know that the black rat snake
is one of the biggest native snakes to Ohio?
Learn more about this reptile from one of our

took an out-of-bounds lob


from the sideline for a layin
at 30 ticks, Arlingtons lead
reached 39-18.
The Red Devil margin
reached as high as 28
46-18 on a 3-pointer by
Dodds at 6:43 but the Jays
managed to get within 18
46-28 on a layin by
senior Lexie Hays (5 boards,
3 points) at 2:52 before the
Jays pulled their starters and
seniors for one final bow.
Rachel and Maddie
Pohlman also finished their
Lady Blue Jay hardwood
careers.
Our defense was challenged to try and contain
their offense, Grothouse
added. They have both a
solid inside game, especially
with Nichols, and they have
girls that can hit the 3 consistently. When they put it
all together, which they did
somewhat tonight, they are
tough to stop.

***
PANDORA-GILBOA (25)
Jared Breece 2-7 0-1 4, Chase
Huffman 0-2 0-0 0, Drew Johnson
8-11 1-5 17, Riley Larcom 0-4 0-0
0, Grant Murphy 0-3 1-2 1, Cole
Schuab 1-4 1-2 3, Josh Wauters

0-2 0-0 0, Tyler Morris 0-0 0-0 0,


Caleb Dunlap 0-0 0-0 0, Layton
McCullough 0-2 0-0 0, Cooper
McCullough 0-6 0-0 0, Ryan Lee
0-0 0-0 0, Ethan Steiner 0-0 0-0 0;
Totals 11-41 3-10 25
LINCOLNVIEW (54)
Austin Leeth 2-4 1-1 5, Josh
Leiter 1-4 0-0 3, Hayden Ludwig
1-5 0-0 2, Derek Youtsey 3-8 2-2

Rally
(Continued from page 6A)

Miller City actually shot


3-of-6 in the third period but
four turnovers (8 total) kept
them from doing further damage. The Jays got a pair of
3-balls from freshman Jared
Wurst (8 points, 7 rebounds)
to lead a 4-of-11 span and
when he hit the second one
from the key at 52 ticks, that
gave the Jays the games bigSee TOURNEY, page 8A gest lead of 32-23 entering
the fateful fourth.
St. Johns finished up
15-of-38 from the floor (6-of20 long range) for 39.5 percent to Miller Citys 14-of-34
staff at the Hueston Woods State Park Nature (3-of-9 beyond the arc) for
Center which is open year round. https:// 41.2 percent.
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* Erie Sport and Travel Expo is set
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Learn more: http://ow.ly/Ygpxe

Sectional
(Continued from page 6)

Raymond Anthony Sr., Columbia Station (WR, FB)


Larry Clemmons, Springboro (FB, WR)
Paul Doug Davis, Beaver (BK, SB, VB)
Thomas Gardner, Port Washington (BB, SB)
Rick Haddix, Fostoria (TF, SB, BK, FB)
Kim Lance, Delaware (WR, BB)
Frederick Mamarella, Dover (FB)
Lovell McKee, Logan (VB, BK)
Thomas McNerlin, Jackson (FB, BB, SB, VB)
Ronald Oaklief, Medina (BB)
Louis Peake, Huntington, WV (BK)
Terry Roy, Fayetteville (BB, BK, FB, VB, SB)
Bobby Sagers Jr., Cincinnati (BK, FB)
Michael Stockner, Toledo (BK)
Richard Termeer, Dublin (Administrator)

10, Chandler Adams 5-8 4-4 14,


Caden Ringwald 4-7 2-3 12, Dustin
Hale 0-2 0-2 0, Chayten Overholt
0-0 0-0 0, Hunter Blankemeyer 1-3
2-2 4, Joe Hansen-Baun 0-1 0-0 0,
Isiac Bowersock 2-2 0-0 4, Tristen
Miller 0-0 0-0 0, Dylan Lee 0-0 0-0
0; Totals 19-44 11-14 54
Pandora-Gilboa 6 6 3 10 - 25
Lincolnview 13 12 19 10 - 54

3-point field goals: PG 0-14,


Lvw5-11 (Youtsey 2, Ringwald 2,
Leiter); Rebounds: PG 18 (Larcom
5), Lvw 32 (Youtsey 9); Assists:
PG 1 (Schuab), Lvw 14 (Leeth 3,
Ludwig 3, Overholt 3); Fouls: PG
14, Lvw 12; Turnovers: PG 16, Lvw
18.

Knights

St. Johns outrebounded


its foe 29-22 (6-2 offensive);
Niese topped the victors with
five and J. Kuhlman four.
Miller City had 15 fouls to
14 for its foe.

ST. JOHNS (37)


Robby Saine 1-0-3, Tim Kreeger
5-0-10, Jared Wurst 3-0-8, Ryan
Hellman 0-0-0, Josh Warnecke 0-0-0,
Owen Rode 2-0-6, Connor Hulihan
1-0-2, Collin Will 2-1-6, Jesse Ditto
1-0-2. Totals 9-6-1/7-37.
MILLER CITY (41)
Travis Niese 0-0-0, Jackson
Lammers 6-4-18, Maxwell Kuhlman
3-2-8, Trey Hermiller 0-0-0, Mark
Kuhlman 1-0-2, Jacob Kuhlman 1-24, Kody Kuhlman 2-2-7, M. Gable
0-0-0, N. Otto 0-0-0, Matt Niese 1-13. Totals 11-3-10/20-41.
Score by Quarters:
St. Johns 13 8 11 5 - 37
Miller City 10 5 8 18 - 41
Three-point goals: St. Johns,
Wurst 2, Rode 2, Saine, Will; Miller
City, Lammers 2, K. Kuhlman.

(Continued from page 6A)


Lautzenheiser and Mefferd led all scorers with 35 and
21. Trentman and Wehri led Fort Jennings with 14 apiece.
Lautzenheiser and Wehri were each 12-for-14 (86 percent)
from the free throw line.
He (Mefferd) is creative, and he can do things off the
dribble, said Best. Thats where he and Connor are a great
balance. They kinda feed off of each other. Its no secret those
are our two guys, but I thought we had other guys step up and
do things for us as well. It takes all the pieces.
They (the Knights) have a lot of good players, said
Utendorf. In tournament basketball youve gotta have great
guard play, and theyve got it with Connor and Cody. They did
a tremendous job tonight.
It was the last game for Fort Jennings seniors Alex
Berelsman, Aaron Neidert, Zack Finn, CJ Cummings, and
Drew Grone.
***
FORT JENNINGS (48)
Berelsman 0 1-2 1, Zack Finn 0 0-0 0, Grone 2 1-2 6, Trentman 6 2-4
14, Wehri 1 12-14 14, Neidert 2 0-1 6, Luebrecht 0 0-0 0, Klausing 0 0-0 0,
Cummings 0 0-0 0, Hardeman 1 0-0 2, Calvelage 0 0-0 0, Ian Finn 2 1-1 5,
Stechschulte 0 0-4 0; Totals 14 17-28 48
CRESTVIEW (80)
Kline 0 0-0 0, Lautzenheiser 10 12-14 35, Etzler 4 0-0 8, Mefferd 7 6-6
21, Rolsten 1 2-2 5, Biro 0 0-0 0, Schumm 1 0-0 2, Gibson 0 0-0 0, Bagley 1
1-1 3, Miller 0 0-2 0, Schlagbaum 0 0-0 0, Van Cleave 0 1-2 1, Stout 1 3-4 5,
Sheets 0 0-0 0; Totals 25 25-31 80
Fort Jennings 13 9 14 12 - 48
Crestview 18 20 17 25 - 80
3-point field goals: Fort Jennings 3 (Neidert 2, Grone), Crestview 5
(Lautzenheiser 3, Mefferd, Rolsten)

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Lautzenheiser voted
NWCs top player
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Crestview senior Connor Lautzenheiser was chosen as the
2015-16 Northwest Conference Player of the Year by conference boys basketball coaches at the annual selection meeting
Monday evening in Delphos.
Lautzenheiser received 118 total points to finish ahead of
Chandler Adams (Lincolnview) and Trey Smith (Jefferson) in
the coaches voting.
Lautzenheiser averaged 21.6 points per game along with 6.5
rebounds and 3.1 assists per game for the Knights, while shooting 43 percent from the field and 74 percent from the foul line.
Lautzenheiser, Adams and Smith were joined on the NWC
first team by Pauldings Alex Arellano and Spencervilles
Dakota Prichard and Mason Nourse.
Lautzenheiser, Adams, Smith, Arellano and Nourse are
seniors, while Prichard is the lone junior on the first team.
The voting procedure called for each coach to vote for the
top 15 players on a 15-14-13, etc. point descending scale. No
Ottoville sophomore CJ Kemper finds the going rugged inside against Leipsics Mindy Ellerbrock, Hayley Heitmeyer coach could vote for his own players.
Coach of the Year honors in the NWC go to Brett Hammons
and Brooke Gerdeman in Thursday nights second District semifinal game at OGHS. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
of Lincolnvew. He led the Lancers to an 8-0 conference mark
and a regular-season record of 21-1.
The team breakdowns are as follows:

Ottoville nabs rematch vs. Devils


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

OTTAWA Ottovilles
girls hardwood team has
built a stellar record for head
mentor Dave Kleman with
tremendous defense and balanced offense.
That was on display in
Thursdays second game
of the Ottawa-Glandorf
Division IV Districts on The
Supreme Court.
The Lady Big Green dealt
Leipsic a 52-28 defeat.
Ottoville (23-2) will take
on top-ranked Arlington at 4
p.m. Saturday.
The Big Green used
50-percent shooting (20-of40, including 7-of-15 beyond
the arc) and held the Lady
Vikings (15-10) to 30.3 percent (10-of-33, 1-of-9 3s).
They also forced 21 errors.
We talk about scoring
balance and that is always
something we strive for. We
have a number of girls that
are capable of putting up big
numbers every night but in
our offense, individuals dont
get a high volume of shots
but its more about efficiency, Kleman explained. Out
of the eight we play more
minutes, seven have led us in
scoring at one time or anoth-

er this season. Whats also


important is our balanced
defense. We have many versatile girls that can defend
different types of players and
its a luxury to have because
we can use different lineups.
Leipsic head coach Gary
Kreinbrink figured falling
behind early was not the best
thing for his crew.
We know Ottoville is
going to pressure us and it
bothered us; not so much in
the half-court but we turned it
over more in the front court.
That hurt us offensively in
trying to contain them and
keep up, Kreinbrink added.
Defensively, their 3-point
shooting was big; they got
on a roll in the first half
and that forced us out of
our man-to-man. We let some
of their girls get free. We
battled all year. When we
started, Im not sure many
believed wed win 15 games
but these young girls grew up
in a hurry. We won two sectional games against Kalida
and Wayne Trace and Im
not sure many believed that
would happen.
The Green and Gold
used especially good 3-point
shooting in the first half
6-of-9 and opened the
game shooting 6-of-12 (3-of5 triples). In particular, the

balanced Big Green (5 girls


between 6 and 11 points) was
led by an 8-point stanza by
CJ Kemper (9 points), with
two 3-pointers. When lone
senior Nicole Kramer (11
counters - 3 triples) buried
a 3-ball out of the left corner
with 1.1 tick left, the Lady
Green led 17-6.
Ottoville forced eight miscues to four of their own (14
for the night) in the opener.
Ottoville continued to
hit from beyond the arc in
the second stanza, knocking
down 3-of-4. They also shot
6-of-10 while forcing seven
errors. They held Leipsic to
a mere three shots, making
none, and the only points
from Leipsic were three foul
shots from Kierra Meyer (4
markers, 5 assists) at 3:25
and two more by 6-2 Brooke
Gerdeman (10 counters) at
20.6 to end the first half
down 33-11.
Leipsic, which started out
in a man-to-man but had to
switch to a 2-3 zone, began to
slow down its foe by forcing
six miscues in the third canto.
Ottoville still shot 50 percent
(4-of-8) and they maintained
a solid defense (3-of-9). By
the time Alicia Honigford
(8 markers, 4 dimes) hit a
transition 15-foot jumper
at 58 ticks, Ottovilles lead

Grove pulls away from Archers


By Charlie Warnimont
DHI Media Sports Editor
news@delphosherald.com
OTTAWA Columbus
Grove and Antwerp were
locked in a tight battle
Wednesday evening during
their Division IV sectional
boys basketball semifinal.
After the Archers pulled
within a point of the Bulldogs
after three quarters, Columbus
Grove adjusted its defense.
The adjustment shut down
the Archers in the final quarter
as the Bulldogs pulled away
for a 57-41 win at OttawaGlandorf High School.
The Bulldogs (11-12)
advance to the sectional
finals Friday night to face
Leipsic (19-4) at approximately 8 p.m.
The Vikings advanced
with a tough 61-57 win over
Continental in the first game.
Antwerp scored the final
nine points of the third quarter to trail the Bulldogs 37-36
after Columbus Grove had
built a 10-point lead. The
Archers held the Bulldogs
scoreless over the final 2:59
of the third as they missed a
pair of 3-pointers and turned
the ball over once.
After Matt Jones knocked
down a 3-pointer to beat
the third-quarter buzzer,
Columbus Grove coach Eric
Maag adjusted his defense,
designed to know where
Archer sharpshooters Jones
and Sam Williamson were.
However, Antwerp was getting contributions from others
to keep the game close. The
Bulldogs still paid attention
to Williamson and Jones but
plugged the middle to keep
an eye on the other three
players more.
With the adjustment, the
Bulldogs held the Archers

to five fourth-quarter points


as they were 2-of-9 shooting. Columbus Grove held
Antwerp to no points for the
first five minutes before Josh
Longardner scored.
They have a great player
in Williamson and we really keyed on him and their
big guy (Longardner) got
going, so we had to make an
adjustment, Maag said. We
switched our defense in the
fourth quarter and that was
the difference. There was a
point and time in the fourth
quarter our guys started getting antsy, losing focus and I
credit our seniors for getting
refocused and eliminating the
negativity.
While the Archers were
being held scoreless, the
Bulldogs were going on an
11-0 run to take control.
Junior Rece Roney had five
points in the run, including a
3-point play. Down 12 points,
the Archers put the Bulldogs
at the line and Grove responded, going 11-for-12 at the line
as they were 12-of-13 at the
line in the quarter.
Credit to our seniors as
Logan Diller knocked down
his free throws toward the
end, Maag said. That was
something we hadnt had
recently; we didnt have last
week at Ada, but I liked how
these guys responded and
learned from their experiences.
With six free throws in the
fourth quarter, Logan Diller
led the Bulldogs with 12
points, while Baily Clement
had 11 points and Roney
had a double-double with 10
points and 15 rebounds.
Coach Maag felt rebounding was a key in the final
quarter as the Archers were
limited to what offensive
rebounds they had.

Rece wanted it and some


of the other guys on our team
had a hand on it but he flat out
wants every rebound. That
is a mentality and that kid
has it. I have been extremely pleased with the way he
has been playing the last two
weeks. He has been really
good in practice and that
translates to the weekends,
Maag said.
Williamson
led
the
Archers with 18 points and
Longardner had 13. Jones
and Josh Paulson both had
three rebounds.
For the most part, the
game was back and forth all
night.
Columbus Grove had a
15-8 lead after the opening
quarter and were up 26-19
at halftime after leading by
as many as 10 points at one
time in the quarter. Antwerp
cut the Bulldog lead to three
points to start the third quarter before Grove went on an
11-4 run to take a 10 point
lead at 37-27.
That was when Antwerp
went on their 9-0 run to
end the third quarter as
Longardner had four points
before the Jones three.
****

Antwerp 18-42 3-7 41: Matt


Jones 2-1-6; Trey Mills 1-0-2; Josh
Paulson 0-0-0; Sam Williamson 6-118; Josh Longardner 6-1-13; Keaton
Altimus 1-0-2.
Columbus Grove 21-38 12-13
57: Gabe Stechschulte 2-2-7; Baily
Clement 5-0-11; Logan Diller 3-612; Xavier Aguirre 4-0-8; Rece
Roney 4-2-10; Caiden Grothaus
3-2-9; Ryan Tabler 0-0-0; Logan
Ridenour 0-0-0; Logan Malsam 0-00; Logan Schroeder 0-0-0.
Antwerp 8 11 17 5 - 41
Col. Grove 15 11 11 20 - 57
Three-point goals: Antwerp 2-16
(Jones 1, Williamson 1); Columbus
Grove 3-15 (Stechschulte 1, Clement
1, Grothaus 1).
Rebounds: Antwerp 11 (Jones
3, Poulson 3); Columbus Grove 25
(Roney 15).
Turnovers: Antwerp 5, Columbus
Grove 8.

remained at 22 41-19.
Ottovilles largest bulge
of the night was 52-25 on a
Kramer bomb at the 3-minute mark before the benches
emptied for both teams.
Ottoville finished shooting 5-of-7 at the line (71.4%);
with 23 off the glass (6 offensive) as Bridget Landin (8
points) added seven; and
nine fouls in a cleanly-played
game (Leipsic had 7).
Leipsic downed 6-of-9
singles (66.7%); and tracked
down 20 off the glass
(5 offensive) as Heather
Lammers had five.

OTTOVILLE (52)
CJ Kemper 2-1-6, Madison
Knodell 1-0-3, Bridget Landin 4-08, Nicole Kramer 4-0-11, Brooke
Mangas 1-2-4, Amber Miller 2-04, Emily Landin 0-0-0, Alicia
Honigford 3-2-8, Alexis Thorbahn
3-0-8, Abi Hilvers 0-0-0, Kasey
Knippen 0-0-0, Brynlee Hanneman
0-0-0, Quinley Schlagbaum 0-00, Haley Hoersten 0-0-0, Madison
Averesch 0-0-0. Totals 13-7-5/7-52.
LEIPSIC (28)
Peyton Henry 0-0-0, Hope
Lammers 0-0-0, Jada Lopez 1-02, Morgan Niese 1-0-2, Mindy
Ellerbrock 1-0-2, Hayley Heitmeyer
1-0-2, Kierra Meyer 0-4-4, Heather
Lammers 1-0-3, Megan Langhals
1-0-3, Katie Mickens 0-0-0, Brooke
Gerdeman 4-2-10. Totals 18-2-6/928.
Score by Quarters:
Ottoville 17 16 8 11 - 52
Leipsic 6 5 8 9 - 28
Three-point goals: Ottoville,
Kramer 2, Kemper 2, Thorbahn
2, Knodell; Leipsic, .H. Lammers,
Langhals.

Mon Hi-Rollers
Rahrig Decals
8 0
Dickmans Ins.
8 0
Five Star Pet Boarding
6 2
Dicks Chicks
4 4
Fusion Graphics
4 4
Full Spectrum
2 6
K & M Tire
0 8
Game Over 150
Brittany Rahrig 182-180-208, Rachel
Mahlie 166, Lisa Vanmetre 211-194208, Audrey Martin 150-181, Cheryl
Gossard 156, Nikki Wenzlick 155172-188, Jacquie Edwards 159, Kelly
Stevenson 156, Kelly Hubert 168 Doris
Honigford 158-159-199, Linda Grant
156, Donna Bendele 164, Carol Ricker
159, Robin Allen 169-190-189, Michele
Collins 179, Niki Schleeter 153-194.
Series Over 500
Brittany Rahrig 570, Nikki Wenzlick
515, Doris Honigford 516, Robin Llen
548.
Series Over 600
Lisa Vanmetre 613
Men Rec
Honda Of Ottawa
20 4
Grothaus Barber Shop
18 6
Dukes Sharpening
18 6
2 Lefts & A Right
16 8
The Pittsters
13 11
Etta-Maze Antiques
10 14
Bunge
8 16
Rustic
7 17
Delphos Rec Center
6 18
Jims Resturant
4 20
Games Over 160
Dave Breaston 179-190, Mark Mansifield 182, Jeff Milligan 222-189, Steve
Landwehr 182-169, Alan Landwehr
176-172, Butch Prine Jr 208-189-175,
Tom Honigford 211-182-215, Jeff Rostorfer 200-169-194, Taylor Booth 196211-185, Zach Fischer 178-192, Tim
Martin 201-196-168, Jason Schnipke
179-168-163, Bruce Vanmetre 162226-246, Zach Sargent 245-210-195,
Michael Mesker 167-161, Chris Martin 193-187-213, Dave Good 16 Ryan
Kriegel 185-167, Ryan Robey 226-178,
Kody Richardson 198-210-193, Dave
Kill 169-169, Greg Kill 177-177, Brent
Grothaus 199-227, Dan Grothaus 190173, Jerry Looser 214-223-220.
Series Over 525
Jeff Milligan 549, Butch Prine Jr. 572,
Tom Honigford 68, Jeff Rostorfer 563,
Taylor Booth 592, Tim Martin 565,
Bruce Vanmtere 634, Zach Sargent 650,
Chris Martin 593, Ryan Robey 552
Kody Richardson 601, Brent Grothaus
575, Jerry Looser 657.
Tuesday Merchant
Playball Ink.
62 6
Ace Hardware
55 12
Have Mercy
55 14
Pitensbarger Supply
54 14
R C Connections
51 18
Westrich Furniture
47 18
Adams Automotive
46 16
Men Over 200
Dan Stemen 228, Jesse Stemen 203, David Newman 226-202, Tyler Rice 215-

FIRST TEAM
Connor Lautzenheiser (CV) 12, Chandler Adams (LV) 12, Trey Smith (DJ)
12, Alex Arellano (PL) 12, Dakota Prichard (SV) 11, Mason Nourse (SV) 12.
SECOND TEAM
Brayden Sautter (ADA) 12, Jace Stockwell (DJ) 11, Gabe Stechschulte
(CG) 12, Hayden Ludwig (LV) 12, Spencer Miller (AE) 11, Trevor Neate
(LV) 12.
HONORABLE MENTION
Mitchell Ault (BL) 12, Cody Mefferd (CV) 12, Nick Friesen (BL) 12,
Blake Willeke (ADA) 12, Zach Goecke (SV) 12, Javin Etzler (CV) 9, Derek
Youtsey (LV) 12, Joel Siefker (BL) 12, Joe Schriner (BL) 12, Bret Rumer (BL)
12, Logan Diller (CG) 12.
FINAL STANDINGS: Lincolnview 8-0 21-1; Spencerville 6-2 16-4;
Crestview 6-2 17-5; Delphos Jefferson 5-3 15-7; Bluffton 3-5 13-8; Paulding
3-5 10-12; Ada 2-6 12-10; Columbus Grove 2-6 10-11; Allen East 1-7 11-11.

Tourney
(Continued from page 6A)
This team had its share
of ups and downs. When we
started the year, Im not sure
where we stood with our confidence to do certain things
but we had some really good
moments. We had some really
good wins against some tough
opponents but our schedule
gives us no breaks; if we
arent on our A game, our
opponent usually was. Our
four seniors have meant a
lot to our program because
theyve bee through so much.
St. Johns totaled 23 boards
(6 offensive), 10 turnovers
and 16 fouls.
Arlington downed 17-0f41 from the field (4-of-12

BOWLING

225-232, Bruce VanMetre 256-210-204


Lenny Hubert 226-205, Sean Hulihan
247-223-234, Todd Merricle 234-258,
Jerry Mericle 206, Mark Biedenharn
257-204, Don Honigford 201, Bruce
Kraft 225, Mike Hughes 266, John
Jones 214-214-246, John Allen 218,
Bob White 213, Dan Grice 248-245, Joe
Geise 249-279-209, Kyle Carver 203211, Kevin Kill 203-244, Russ Wilhelm
236-215, Derek Kill 210-257-222.
Men Over 550
Ted Kill 570, David Newman 604,
Tyler Rice 672, Bruce VanMetre 670,
Lenny Hubert 603, Sean Hulihan 704,
Todd Merricle 679, Jerry Mericle 603,
Mark Biedenharn 643, Bruce Kraft 567,
Mike Hughes 640, John Jones 674, Bob
White 570, Dan Grice 684, Joe Geise
737, Kyle Carver 590, Kevin Kill 607,
Russ Wilhelm 648, Derek Kill 689.
Tues Early Birds
Delphos Rec. Center
48 32
Duck Farts
46 34
So Chic
42 38
The 3 Bs
36 44
31 A. Sherrick
34 46
Floors Done By 1
34 46
Games Over 150
Jodi Bowersock 166-176, Robin Allen
150, Nikki Rice 191-224-168, Cathy
Hughes 150, Judy Landwehr 156-163200, Chris Mahlie 225-222-258, Shirley
Hoehn 189, Holly Schrader 187, Mary
White 159-157, Kendra Norbeck 162175, Sue Karhoff 157, Shawn Heiing
154, Doris Honigford 199, Marianne
Mahlie 161, Lisa Douglas 165-161-224.
Series Over 500
Nikki Rice 583, Judy Landwehr 519,
Lisa Douglas 550,
Series Over 700
Chris Mahlie 705
Wednesday Industrial
K-M Tire
8 0
Wave 96
8 0
D & D Grain
8 0
Rustic Cafe
6 2
Buckeye Painting
4 4
Wilhelm Racing
4 4
Topp Chalet
2 6
Cabo
0 8
Fusion Graphic
0 8
Men Over 200
Taylor Booth 278, Daniel Uncapher
235-204-213, Arron Tietje 232-232208, Justin Starn 226-206, Chandler
Stevens 229-252, David Wieging 213,
Dale Riepenhoff 211-237, Dan Kleman
256, Chris Goedde 203-212-212, Lee
Schimmoller 244, Justin Rahrig 212,
Matt Hamilton 235, Danny Schleeter
204, Rob Shaeffer 278-236, Andrew
Schimmoller 201-212, Butch Prine Jr.
205-224, Frank Miller 214-232, Joe
Geise 239-244-269, John Allen 208,
John Jones 213-204-224, Bob White
203-214, Don Rice 254-242-257, Sean
Hulihan 289-214, Shawn Allemeier
210-268-216, Taylor Rossi 227-256279, Bruce VanMetre 254-228-268,
Doug Milligan Jr. 213-228, Dave

long range) for 41.5 percent;


grabbed 31 caroms (6 offensive); and added 15 fouls.

ST. JOHNS (30)


Hayleigh Bacome 0-0-0, Taylor
Zuber 0-0-0, Madilynn Schulte
5-3-15, Betty Vorst 1-0-2, Rachel
Pohlman 0-0-0, Maddie Pohlman
0-0-0, Ellie Csukker 0-0-0, Jessica
Geise 1-2-4, Lexi Hays 1-1-3,
Sydney Fischbach 2-2-6, Hannah
Bockey 0-0-0. Totals 8-2-8/14-30.
ARLINGTON (51)
Megan Johnson 1-0-2, Morgan
Smith 1-0-2, Lauren Willow 0-00, Jayme Webb 1-0-3, Alex Russell
2-0-4, Whitney Dodds 5-2-14, Jenna
Pepple 0-0-0, Kendra Jolliff 1-4-7,
Haley Dillon 1-3-5, Sierra Nichols
5-4-14. Totals 13-4-13/17-51.
Score by Quarters:
St. Johns 6 8 4 12 - 30
Arlington 14 15 10 12 - 51
Three-point goals: St. Johns,
Schulte 2; Arlington, Dodds 2, Webb,
Jolliff.

Moenter 201-212, Randy Fischbach


246-215, Kyle Early 259-231, Jason
Mahlie 246-234-257, Jim Thorbin 279227, Dylan Twining 230, Jimmy Ebeling 237, Erin Deal 247-243-237, Brian
Sharp 205-258.
Men Over 550
Taylor Booth 633, Daniel Uncapher
652, Arron Tietje 672, Justin Starn 626,
Chandler Stevens 679, David Wieging
583, Dale Riepenhoff 575, Dan kleman
616, Chris Goedde 627, Lee Schimmoller 638, Justin Rahrig 605, Zach
Fischer 565, Matt Hamilton 591, Rob
Shaeffer 708, Andrew Schimmoller 594
Butch Prine Jr. 617, Frank Miller 640,
Joe Geise 752, Charlie Lozano 571,
John Allen 568, John Jones 641, Dave
Kill 551, Bob White 591, Don Rice 753,
Sean Hulihan 657, Shawn Allemeier
694, Taylor Rossi 762, Bruce Vanmetre 750, Doug Milligan Jr. 624, Dave
Moenter 600, Randy Fischbach 642,
Kyle Early 675, Jason Mahlie 737, Jim
Thorbin 699, Dylen Twining 593, Jimmy Ebeling 590, Erin Deal 727, Brian
Sharp 659
Thursday National
First Federal
8 0
Westrich
8 0
VFW
6 2
S & Ks Landeck Tavern
6 2
D R C Big Dogs
6 2
K-M Tire
2 6
Old Mill Campgrounds
2 6
Wannemachers
2 6
Mushroom Graphics
0 8
Men Over 200
John Jones 225-268-236, Jerry Mericle
234, John Allen 213-203, Dan Grice
225-257-280, Ray Geary 237-201,
Bruce Kraft 246, Ted Wells 210, Brad
Thornburgh 205-239, Frank Miller 264,
Brian Schaadt 211, Neil Korte 235-212
Bruce vanMetre 266-226-244, Dan Mason 208, Mike Rice 256, Jeff lawrence
232, Jim Looser 214, Bob White 225,
Tom Schulte 204, Dave Knepper 205,
Chuck Verhoff 248-217, Justin Miller
255-226-229, Dave Miller 231-203-234
Tyler Rice 257-214, Lenny Hubert 248247-201, Sean Hulihan 211-267, Shawn
Allemeier 211-234, Rob Ruda 221-201,
Lenny Klaus 207-212, Mark Biedenharn 290-236, Neil Mahlie 267, Mike
Hughes 242, Jason Mahlie 248-278
Men Over 550
John Jones 729, Jerry Mericle 562, John
Allen 607, Dan Grice 762, Ray Geary
618, Bruce Kraft 622, Ted Wells 589,
Brad Thornburgh 637, Frank Miller
613, Brian Schaadt 554, Neil Korte
625, Bruce VanMetre 736, Mike Rice
592, Jeff Lawrence 597, Jim Looser
590, Bob White 604, Tom Schulte 551,
Justin Miller 710, Dave Miller 668, Tyler Rice 671, Lenny Hubert 696, Sean
Hulihan 668, Shawn Allemeier 640,
Rob Ruda 604, Lenny klaus 619, Mark
Biedenharn 724, Neil Mahlie 599, Mike
Hughes 593, Jason Mahlie 720

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House of Bones (10) ac
The Conjuring (13)
The Possession (12, PG-13) aac
Broke Girls Conan HD
Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (TV14) (N) HD
The Remains of the Day (93, PG) aaa Anthony Hopkins.
Sense and Sensibility (96, PG) aaa Emma Thompson.
The Little Couple (N)
Rattled (TVPG) (N) HD
The Little Couple HD
(:02) Rattled (TVPG) HD
Little Couple (N) HD
Rizzoli & Isles (N) HD
Rizzoli & Isles HD
Castle: Swan Song
CSI: NY (TV14) HD
Rizzoli & Isles HD
Booze Traveler HD
Bizarre Foods: Maine Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre Foods America Bizarre Foods (N) HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Raymond Loves Raymond HD
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Love & Hip Hop HD
Romeo Must Die (00, R) aac Jet Li, Aaliyah. HD
ATL (14)
Love & Hip Hop HD
Outsiders (N) HD
Outsiders: Weapons
Outsiders: Weapons
Outsiders: Weapons
Backdraft (91, R) HD
Together
Remember Titans (00) Vinyl: Whispered Sec
Gonzaga
Knocked Up (07, R) aaa Seth Rogen. HD
The Bucket List (08, PG-13) aaa HD Chemistry Chemistry 6th Sense
Get on Up (14, PG-13) Chadwick Boseman. HD
60 Minutes Sports HD Shameless: Paradise
60 Minutes Sports HD Scream 3 (00, R) HD
Bulletproof (15) HD

WBGU

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Late Show (TV14) HD
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Survivor: Kah Rong
Criminal Minds (N) HD CSI: Cyber (N) HD
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(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
The Mysteries of Laura Law & Order: SVU (N) Chicago P.D. (N) HD
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Local Programs
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Rosewood (N) HD
Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order: Falling
Duck HD
Duck Dynasty (N) HD
Jep (N) HD Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
Rocky IV (85, PG) aac Sylvester Stallone. HD
Rocky III
Rocky III (82, PG) aaa Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire. HD
To Be Announced
(:01) To Be Announced (:02) To Be Announced (:03) To Be Announced (:04) To Be Announced
About the Business (N) About the Business
Wendy Williams (N) HD
He Got Game (98, R) Denzel Washington. HD
Housewives (TV14)
Newlyweds (TV14) (N)
Watch What Newlyweds (TV14)
Housewives
Housewives (TV14)
Dad HD
Family Guy (TV14) HD
Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Redneck Island HD
Party Down South HD Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Skull Challenge HD
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360
Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park Broad City South Park Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight Broad City
Dual Survival (N) HD
Venom Hunters (N) HD Dual Survival HD
Venom Hunters HD
Dual Survival (N) HD
Undercover Undercover Austin HD BUNKD
Undercover Girl Meets So Raven So Raven
BUNKD
Liv HD
Hollywood Medium HD Hollywood Medium HD E! News (N) HD
Just Jillian (TV14) HD
NBA Basketball: Oklahoma City vs Los Angeles (Live) HD
NBA Basketball: Detroit Pistons at San Antonio Spurs (Live)
SportsCenter HD
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(7:00) College Bball HD College Basketball: Oregon vs UCLA (Live) HD
Diners HD Vacation Diners HD Diners HD Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners HD Diners HD Diners, Drive-Ins HD
The 700 Club (TV G)
Another Cinderella (08)
Hungry (N) Baby Daddy Hocus Pocus (93, PG) aac Bette Midler. HD
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (03, PG-13) aaac Pirates of the Caribbean (03, PG-13) aaac
Hunters
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers (N) Hunters
American Pickers (N)
Pawn Stars Join Die
Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
Little Women: LA (N)
Little Women: Atlanta Mother/Daughter HD
Little Women: LA HD
Little Women: LA (N)
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
MTV Suspect (N) HD
Henry
Nicky
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Armageddon (98, PG-13) aaa HD
Bad Boys II (03, R) aaa Martin Lawrence, Will Smith. HD
The Magicians HD
Face Off: Smoke and
Final Destination (00)
The Possession (12)
Face Off (TVPG) (N) HD
Broke Girls Conan HD
Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Lust for Life (56, NR) Kirk Douglas.
Spartacus (60, NR) aaac Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier.
My 600-lb Life (N) HD
(:01) Fat Chance (N) HD (:02) My 600-lb Life HD Fat Chance (TV14) HD
My 600-lb Life (N) HD
Castle: Reality Star
Castle: Target HD
CSI: NY: Veritas HD
Castle: Death Crazy
Castle: Recoil HD
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Wild Things (N) HD
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Younger
Teachers Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Suits: 25th Hour (N)
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
(7:10) Fast Five (11, PG-13) aaa Vin Diesel. HD
Mob Wives: Drittany
Selena (97, PG) aaa Jennifer Lopez, Edward James Olmos. HD
Mob Wives (N) HD
How I Met How I Met
Person of Interest: / Person of Interest HD Person of Interest HD Outsiders: Weapons
Girls HD
Vinyl: Whispered Sec
Magic Mike XXL (15, R) aac Channing Tatum.
Friday Night Lights (04) VICE HD
Cop Car (15, R) Kevin Bacon. HD
Zanes Sex Zanes Sex Barely HD
(:20) One Hour Photo (02, R) Robin Williams. HD
Billions: The Deal HD
Pulp Fiction (94, R) John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson. HD
Meru (15, NR) HD
A Year in Space

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9:00

Castle (TVPG) (N) HD


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NCIS: Los Angeles (N)
Local
(:35) Late Show (N) HD Late Late
Supergirl: Solitude (N) Scorpion (TV14) (N) HD
Blindspot (TV14) (N) HD Local
Tonight Show (N) HD
Late Night
The Voice: Blind Auditions Premiere (N) HD
Lucifer (TV14) (N) HD
Local Programs
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Gotham (TV14) (N) HD
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
(:01) The Omen (76, R) aaac Gregory Peck, Lee Remick. HD
Taken HD
Taken (09, PG-13) aaa Liam Neeson. HD
Better Call Saul (N) HD Better Call Saul HD
Twister (96, PG-13) HD
Twister (96, PG-13) HD Better Call Saul HD
To Be Announced
(:01) To Be Announced (:02) To Be Announced (:03) To Be Announced (:04) To Be Announced
Something New (06)
Martin
Martin
Martin
Martin
Martin
Martin
Wendy Williams (N) HD
Watch What Vanderpump Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Housewives
Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules (N)
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Skull Challenge HD
Skull Challenge HD
Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Skull Challenge HD
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360
Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight South Park
Rockin Roadsters (N) Street Outlaws HD
Rockin Roadsters HD
Street Outlaws: Full (N) Street Outlaws (N) HD
Austin HD BUNKD
Undercover Girl Meets Jessie HD Jessie HD
Enchanted (07, PG) aaa Amy Adams.
E! News HD
Fashion Police HD
E! News (N) HD
Fashion Police (N) HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
(7:00) College Bball HD College Basketball: Kansas vs Texas (Live) HD
Basketball NFL Live HD
NBA HD
(7:00) Wom. Basketball NBA Coast to Coast (Live) HD
Cake Wars (N) HD
Chopped: We Love
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Cake Wars (TV G) HD
Cake Wars (TV G) HD
Recovery Road (N) HD
The Fosters: EQ HD
The 700 Club (N)
The Middle The Middle
The Fosters: EQ (N)
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (05, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt. HD
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (05, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie. HD
Hunters
Hunters
Tiny House Tiny House Ellens Design HD
Hunters
Hunters
Ellens Design (N) HD
Swamp People (N) HD
Billion Dollar Wreck (N) (:03) Swamp People HD (:01) Swamp Blood HD
Swamp Blood (N) HD
Little Women: LA HD
What Women Want HD
What Women Want (00, PG-13) aac Mel Gibson, Helen Hunt. HD
Teen Mom (TVPG) HD
Teen Mom (N) HD
True Life (N) HD
MTV Suspect HD
Teen Mom (TVPG) HD
Henry
Nicky
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Jail
Jail
Cops HD
Lost Girl (TVPG) (N)
Bitten (N)
The Magicians HD
(7:00) Men in Black (97) The Magicians (N) HD
Family Guy Family Guy Bee (N) HD Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Tribeca
Conan HD
Family Guy Dad (N) HD Tribeca
Only Angels Have Wings (39, NR) Cary Grant.
The Strawberry Blonde (41, NR) James Cagney.
Hunchback (39) aaa HD
48 Hours: Hard HD
48 Hours: Hard (N) HD 48 Hours: Hard (N) HD 48 Hours: Hard (N) HD 48 Hours: Hard HD
Major Crimes (N) HD
Major Crimes HD
Law & Order: Enemy
Law & Order: Fixed
Major Crimes HD
Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre Foods HD
The Trip: 2016 HD
Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre Foods HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Raymond Loves Raymond HD
(:05) Colony: Pilot HD (:06) Colony (TV14) HD
WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) HD
Michelle
Hit the Floor (N) HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Stevie J
Michelle
Love & Hip Hop (N) HD Stevie J
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
Batman Returns (92, PG-13) aaa Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito. HD
Vinyl: Whispered Sec
W.C. Boxing: Crawford vs. HD
Get on Up (14) aaa HD Mavis! (16, NR) Mavis Staples. HD
Lets Be Cops (14, R) aaa HD
(:45) Zanes Sex Chronicles (09) HD
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (00, PG-13) HD
Pride (14, R) Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton. HD
The Circus Hostel II
The Imitation Game (14, PG-13) aaac HD

8:30

Saturday, February 27 to Friday, March 4

12:30

Downton Abbey on Masterpiece| More Manners of Downton Abbey | Mercy Street Diabolical Plot | Austin City Limits Ed Sheeran/Valerie June

8:00

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9:00

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Jimmy Kimmel Live (N)
Red Carpet The Oscars (TV14) HD
Last Vegas (13, PG-13) aaa Michael Douglas. HD
(:08) Local Programs
(:35) Local
60 Minutes (N) HD
Local Programs
Dateline NBC HD
Dateline
Ted (12, R) aaa Mark Wahlberg, Zane Cowans. HD
Simpsons Cooper
Family Guy Bordertown Local Programs
Local Programs
The Replacements aaa
(7:00) Lethal Weapon 3 (92, R) aaa Lethal Weapon 4 (98, R) aaa Mel Gibson, Danny Glover.
The First 48 (TV14) HD
Intervention: Erin HD
Intervention: Erin HD Hoarders (TVPG) (N) HD Intervention (N) HD
The Walking Dead (N)
Talking Dead (N) HD
Fear the Walking Dead: Pilot HD
Comic Book
The Walking Dead HD
North Woods Law HD
Curse Frozen (N) HD
North Woods Law HD
(:04) Curse Frozen HD
North Woods Law HD
Manns HD Manns HD About the Business
Popoff
Danny
Let the Church Say Amen (13, NR) HD
Housewives (TV14)
Atlanta Social (N) HD
Potomac: Error On
Housewives (TV14)
Housewives (TV14)
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Rick Morty Tyson
Venture
Pickles
King of Hill Cleveland Dad HD
Skull Challenge HD
Skull Challenge HD
Skull Challenge HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Skull Challenge (N) HD
Anthony: Marseille
Anthony: Okinawa
Anthony: Ethiopia
Anthony: Borneo
And the Winner Is... HD
Kevin Hart (TV14) HD
Kevin Hart (11, R) HD
Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger HD
Chris Rock
Kevin Hart (TVMA) HD
Naked Afraid (TV14) HD Naked Afraid (TV14) HD
Naked Afraid (TV14) HD Naked Afraid (TV14) HD Naked Afraid (N) HD
BUNKD
Girl Meets Austin HD Best HD
Undercover Jessie HD Jessie HD
Mako
Mako
Liv HD
Red Carpet Hollywood Medium HD Hollywood Medium HD Hollywood Medium HD (:45) E! After Party: 2016 HD
SportsCenter HD
Sports HD
(7:00) College T&F HD 2015 Reebok CrossFit Invitational
Rise Up HD
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(7:00) X Games Oslo
Glory Kickboxing: Glory 27: Chicago (TV14) HD
Cutthroat Kitchen (N)
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
All-Star Academy HD
Guys Grocery Games All-Star Academy (N)
27 Dresses (08, PG-13) aac Katherine Heigl, Brian Kerwin.
Osteen
Turning
(7:00) Pitch Perfect (12, PG-13) HD
World War Z (13, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos.
World War Z (13, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos.
Hunt HD
Life HD
Life HD
Island Life Island Life Hunters
Hunters
Life HD
Life HD
Hunt HD
(:03) Swamp People HD Billion Dollar Wreck HD Ax Men: Logged HD
Ax Men: Logged (N) HD Ax Men (TV14) (N) HD
Bad Sister (15, NR) Ryan Newman. HD
(:02) Suicide Note (15, NR) HD
Suicide Note (15) HD
MTV Suspect HD
(7:30) Step Up 2: The Streets (08)
Step Up 3D (10, PG-13) Rick Malambri, Adam G. Sevani. HD
Sponge
Sponge
Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Men in Black II (02, PG-13) Tommy Lee Jones.
The Lone Ranger (13)
Men in Black (97, PG-13) aaa Will Smith.
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Jackass 3D (10, R) aaa Johnny Knoxville.
Swing Time (36, NR) aaac Fred Astaire. HD
Gold Diggers 37 (36)
Blue Skies (46, NR) aac Fred Astaire.
My 600-lb Life Fan (N)
My 600-lb Life Fan (N)
My 600-lb Life Fan HD
My 600-lb Life Fan HD
My 600-lb Life Fan (N)
(:15) The Sorcerers Apprentice (10, PG) Nicolas Cage. HD
Journey
Olympus Has Fallen (13, R) Gerard Butler. HD
Mysteries: Curse HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries at the Castle Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Reba HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Reba HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Law & Order: SVU HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Dance Flick (09) a HD
Space Jam (96) aac HD Love & Hip Hop HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Outsiders: Demolition
Big (88, PG) Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Perkins. HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Girls (N)
Together
Oliver (N) Vinyl: Whispered Sec
Together
San Andreas (15) aaa Vinyl (TVMA) (N) HD
Enemy
The Transporter (02, PG-13) aaa HD Dracula Untold (14, PG-13) aac HD (:35) Wicked Deeds (16, NRAO) HD
Billions (TVMA) HD
Billions: The Deal HD
The Circus Shameless
The Circus The Circus Billions (TVMA) HD

8:00

Delphos Herald

FEBRUARY 28, 2016

8:30

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PREM

12:30

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8:00

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12:00

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PBS

11:30

| Austin City Limits Ed Sheeran/Valerie June

SUNDAY EVENING
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11:00

Local Programs
Local Programs
NBA Count NBA Basketball: Golden State vs Oklahoma City (Live) HD
48 Hours (TV14) (N)
Local Programs
NCIS: New Orleans HD NCIS: 16 Years HD
Local
(:29) Saturday Night Live (TV14) HD
NHL Hockey: Detroit Red Wings vs Colorado Avalanche (Live) HD
Local Programs
Rosewood: Fireflies
Lucifer: Lucifer, Stay
Local Programs
Axe Cop
Golan HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
The First 48: (N) HD
The First 48: (N) HD
The First 48: Killer HD The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
Tremors
(6:30) Jurassic Park (93, PG-13) HD King Kong (76, PG) aac Jeff Bridges, Charles Grodin. HD
Pit Bulls and Parolees Pit Bulls and Parolees Pit Bulls and Parolees Pit Bulls and Parolees Pit Bulls and Parolees
(:18) Precious (09, R) aaa Gabourey Sidibe, MoNique. HD
12 Years a Slave (13, R) Chiwetel Ejiofor. HD
Housewives (:27) Coyote Ugly (00, PG-13) aac (:15) Forgetting Sarah Marshall (08, R) aaa Jason Segel, Kristen Bell.
Family Guy Family Guy DBZ Kai
Dimension
DBZ Kai
King of Hill King of Hill Cleveland Cleveland Dad HD
Into the Blue (05, PG-13) aac Jessica Alba, Paul Walker. HD
Fools Gold (08, PG-13) aac Matthew McConaughey. HD
This Is Life
Democratic Primary HD Democratic Primary HD Democratic Primary HD This Is Life
Kevin Hart (TVMA) HD
Trevor Noah (TVMA)
Kevin Hart (11, R) HD
Trevor Noah (TVMA)
Kevin Hart (11, R) HD
Diesel Brothers (N)
Street Outlaws HD
Diesel Brothers HD
Diesel Brothers HD
MythBusters (N) HD
Lab Rats
Gamers
Undercover Best HD
Jessie HD Jessie HD
(:10) Monsters University (13, G) Billy Crystal. HD
Safe Haven (13, PG-13) aac Josh Duhamel, Julianne Hough.
Safe Haven (13, PG-13) aac
Kardashians (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
Basketball College Basketball: Florida vs LSU (Live) HD
College Basketball (Live) HD
College Bball (Live) HD
College Basketball: Gonzaga vs BYU (Live) HD
Chopped: Heroes HD
Chopped: Celebrities
Chopped (TV G) HD
Chopped: Heroes HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Tucker Must Die (06)
(6:45) Clueless (95, PG-13) aaa HD Pitch Perfect (12, PG-13) Anna Kendrick, Skylar Astin. HD
Zero Dark Thirty (13, R) aaac Jessica Chastain.
American Hustle (13, R) aaa Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper.
Log Cabin Log Cabin Property Brothers HD
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD House Hunters (N) HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
(:02) Pregnant at 17 (16, NR) Josie Bissett. HD
Suicide Note (15) HD
Suicide Note (15, NR) HD
8 Mile (02, R) Eminem.
Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous White Chicks (04, PG-13) aa Shawn Wayans.
100 Things Thunderman Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Shakers
Nicky (N)
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Scarface (83, R) HD
Cops HD
Tremors 5 (15) aac
Gone in 60 Sec (00)
The Lone Ranger (13, PG-13) aaa Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer.
Tribeca
Old School (03, R) HD
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Bee HD
Apollo 13 (95, PG) aaac
Breaking Away (79, PG) Dennis Christopher.
Diner (82, R) Steve Guttenberg, Daniel Stern. HD
Extra Dose (TV14) HD
Sex Sent Me to the ER Sex Sent Me to the ER Extra Dose (TV14) HD
Untold ER (N) HD
Wrath of the Titans (12, PG-13) aac HD
Resident Evil (12) HD
Clash of the Titans (10, PG-13) aac HD
Ghost Adventures (N)
Ghost Adventures HD
The Dead Files HD
Ghost Adventures HD
Ghost Adventures HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Blindspot (TV14) HD
Blindspot (TV14) HD
Colony: Broussard
Suits: Tick Tock HD
Blindspot (TV14) HD
Space Jam (96, PG) aac Michael Jordan. HD
Roll Bounce (05, PG-13) ac Shad Moss.
Love & Hip Hop HD
The Perfect Storm (00, PG-13) George Clooney.
The Last Samurai (03, R) aaa Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe. HD
W.C. Boxing: Crawford vs. Lundy Silva (Live)
(:15) Real Sports HD
San Andreas (15, PG-13) aaa Dwayne Johnson.
Cop Car (15, R) Kevin Bacon. HD
Death Sentence (07, R) aaa HD
(:05) Hollow Man (00, R) aac Elisabeth Shue. HD
Shameless: NSFW
Shameless: Paradise
Showtime Championship Boxing: Santa Cruz vs. Martinez (Taped) HD

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Broke Girls Elementary (N) HD
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(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
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10A - The Herald

Saturday, February 27, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Ambiguous Loss

There are many situations where we experience loss ambiguously. A family member suffering from a brain injury or who is becoming progressively more senile certainly fits the
criteria for ambiguous loss, because they are physically present but psychologically absent.
Homesickness is also a case of ambiguous loss because the person missed can be psychologically present, on the phone, for instance, but be physically absent. Choosing to move
away from home or to break up with a romantic partner are clear cases of ambiguous loss,
which we may have chosen in full knowledge that we would experience some sadness or
melancholy. Abductions, missing persons, and cases where someone is lost are particularly
difficult forms of ambiguous loss because the family and friends of the missing person simply dont know what to expect. In some cases, the ambiguity resolves, people regain their
health or missing persons are found, but often the ambiguity remains and there may never
be closure. Dealing with these situations requires the ability to live with ambiguity. Usually
there is no easy answer, and the temptation to solve these problems only exacerbates the
experience of ambiguous loss, because it holds out the prospect of closure or resolution
when there is none.
Christopher Simon

Lord, you are the God who saves me; day and night I cry out to you. May my prayer come
before you; turn your ear to my cry.
Psalm 88:1-2

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.

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.-7:00
p.m. TUMC Youth Group at
TFLC; 6:00-7:00 p.m. Confirmation @ TFLC; 7:30 p.m. Ladies
Bible Fellowship at TUMC.
Tuesday - 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Teens for Christ at TFLC.
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Easter Cantata Choir Rehearsal;
7:15 p.m. Choir Rehearsal; 7:30
p.m. Prayer Service in Parlor.
Thursday - 4:30 p.m.-6:30
p.m. Suppers on Us. 6:30-9:00
p.m. Discipleship Training/
Fellowship Hall
Friday - 9:00 a.m. - 4:00
p.m. Discipleship Training/
Fellowship Hall (Breakfast &
lunch provided)
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
UPWARD Basketball @ TFLC;
9:00 a.m. - Noon Discipleship
Training/Fellowship
Hall
(Breakfast & lunch provided)

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.delphosfirstassem- ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH
331 E. Second St., Delphos
blyofgod.com.
419-695-4050
Pastor Dennis Walsh, Fr.
ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH
George Mahas & Fr. Daniel
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
Johnson.
Phone 419-695-2616
Deacons: Fred Lisk, Dave
Rev. Steve Nelson
Ricker and John Sheeran
Sunday - 9:00 a.m. Sunday
Mary Beth Will, Liturgical
School; 10:00 a.m. Worship Coordinator;
Tom OdenService; 12:00 p.m. Hall in use. weller, Parish Council PresiTuesday - 6:00 p.m. Altar dent; Lynn Bockey, Music
Guild meeting.
Director
Wednesday - 6:00 p.m. Light
Celebration of the Sacraments:
Supper; 7:00 p.m. Worship
Eucharist Lords Day
Service.
Thursday - 12:00 p.m. Observance; Saturday 4:30
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
Community Lenten Service.
Saturday
8:00
a.m. a.m.; Weekdays as announced
Prayer Breakfast; 11:00 a.m. on Sunday bulletin.
Baptism Celebrated first
Quarterless Auction.
Sunday of month at 1:00 p.m.
Call rectory to schedule PreDELPHOS WESLEYAN
Baptismal instructions.
CHURCH
Reconciliation Tuesday
935 S. Bredeick St.
and Friday 7:30-7:50 a.m.;
Delphos
Saturday 3:30-4:00
p.m.
Phone 419-695-1723
Anytime by request.
Pastor Rodney Shade
Matrimony Arrangements
937-397-4459
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday must be made through the recSchool; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m. tory six months in advance.
Anointing
of
Sick

Sunday Worship.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Service. Communal celebration in May
and October.
Administered
upon request.
MARION BAPTIST
CHURCH
andECk
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
419-339-6319
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
Services: Sunday - 11:00 a.m.
CHURCH - Landeck
and 6:00 p.m.; Wednesday Pastor Dennis Walsh
7:00 p.m.
Phone: 419-692-0636
Administrative aide:
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
Rita Suever
UNION
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Pastor: Rev. Gary Fish
Sacrament
of
470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940
Reconciliation: Saturday.
9:30 Sunday School
Newcomers please register
10:30 Sunday service.
Youth
ministry
every at parish.
Marriages: Please call the
Wednesday from 6-8 p.m.
Childrens ministry every third parish house six months in
advance. Baptism: Please call
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
the parish
ST. PAULS UNITED
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
METHODIST
102 Wisher Drive,Spencerville
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Rev. Michael Cassady, Pastor
Rev. Richard B. Rakay
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
Service.

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
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
gomercc.org
secretary@gomercc.org
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship
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

Alexander &
Bebout Inc.

HARTER
& SCHIER
FUNERAL
HOME

10098 Lincoln Hwy.


Van Wert, OH

209 W. 3rd St.


Delphos, Ohio 45833
419-692-8055

419-238-9567
www.AlexanderBebout.com

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.
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.
www.vwvcoh.com
facebook: vwvcoh
MIDDLE POINT UNITED
METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.
Pastor - Tim Owens

GRACE FAMILY CHURCH


634 N. Washington St.,
Van Wert
Pastor: Rev. Ron Prewitt
Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning
worship with Pulpit Supply.
TRINITY LUTHERAN
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Rev. Tom Cover
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
service.

PITSENBARGER
SUPPLY
Professional Parts People

234 N. Canal St.


Delphos, O.
Ph. 692-1010

KINGSLEY UNITED
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
METHODIST
Kalida - Fr. Mark Hoying
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
Phone: 419-965-2771
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
Pastor Anthony Perry
a.m. Masses.
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Weekdays: Masses on Mon.,
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
Tues., Wed. and Friday at 8:00
Wednesday - Youth Prayer am; Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
and Bible Study - 6:30 p.m.
Adult Prayer meeting - 7:00
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
p.m.
160 Main St.,
Choir practice - 8:00 p.m.
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Rev. Jerry Schetter
MANDALE CHURCH OF
Mass schedule: Saturday
CHRIST IN
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
CHRISTIAN UNION
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
419-642-5264
Worship Services; 7:00 p.m
Rev. Mark Walls
Worship.
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
meeting.
Service.

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CATHOLIC CHURCH
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
512 W. Sycamore St.,
Ph: (419) 238-2788
Columbus Grove
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
Office 419-659-2263
Outreach Pastor Neil
Fax: 419-659-5202
Hammons
Father Tom Extejt
Sunday - Worship services
Masses: Tuesday-Friday - 8:00
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. a.m.; First Friday of the month
Wednesday-Ministries
at - 7 p.m.; Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
7:00 p.m.
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00
a.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Confessions - Saturday 3:30
13887 Jennings Rd.,
p.m., or anytime by appointVan Wert
ment.
Ph. 419-238-0333
Childrens Storyline:
ST. JOSEPH
419-238-3476
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Email: fbaptvw@bright.net
135 N. Water St., Ft. Jennings
Pastor Steven A. Robinson
Rev. Charles Obinwa
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Phone: 419-286-2132
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Mass schedule: Saturday 5
Family Worship Hour; 6:30 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m. and
p.m. Evening Bible Hour.
9:30 a.m.
Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Word
of Life Student Ministries; 6:45
HOLY FAMILY
p.m. AWANA; 7:00 p.m. Prayer
CATHOLIC CHURCH
and Bible Study.
Rev. Robert DeSloover, Pastor
7359 St. Rt. 109 New
PENTECOSTAL WAY
Cleveland
CHURCH
Saturday Mass - 7:00 p.m.
Pastors: Bill Watson
Sunday Mass - 8:30 a.m
Rev. Ronald Defore
1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
Phone (419) 238-5813
Head Usher: Ted Kelly
auldinG
ounty
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
until 11:30 a.m. - Wednesday GROVER HILL ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Morning Bible Class 6:00 p.m.
204 S. Harrision St.
until 7:00 p.m. - Wednesday
Grover
Hill, Ohio 45849
Evening Prayer Meeting
Pastor Mike Waldron
7:00 p.m. - Wed. Night Bible
419-587-3149
Study.
Cell: 419-233-2241
Thursday - Choir Rehearsal
mwaldron@embarqmail.com
Anchored in Jesus Prayer
Line - (419) 238-4427 or (419)
232-4379.
Emergency - (419) 993-5855

putnam County
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.
Evening Service
IMMACULATE
CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ottoville
Rev. Jerry Schetter
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.

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Saturday, February 27, 2016

Yesterday
This and
That

by EVELYN MARTIN

Jakey liked cake


and Petey liked pie
I was at the funeral home for the visitation, or laying in corpse as my husbands
Grandmother, Frances Martin, called it, of my Grandfather Isadore Bernard (Jim) Pohlman.
Grandpas brother Gerald, better known as Pete, was there. Out of curiosity I asked him how did
he get the nickname Pete? He replied with the rhyme, Jakey liked cake and Petey liked pie.
So it seems that the two brothers liked cakes and pies. That explained how he and his brother
Francis, known as Jake, came by their nicknames. But how did Grandpa get the nickname Jim?
Gerald/Pete had no idea but my Aunt Ruthie, who had been caregiver for her father, said she
had heard Grandpa talk about it one time. She related the story of how Grandpas mother had
overheard his friends call him Izzy. It seems his mother had an aversion to the nickname Izzy
and told them to call him anything but that. She suggested they call him Jim
So Isadore Bernard Pohlman would become known as Jim Pohlman. His brother Francis and
his wife, Bernadette, I would know as Jake and Bernie. Gerald and his wife, Leone, were known
by their nicknames, Pete and Onie.
Do not assume that your relatives nickname was derived from their actual birth, legal, or
Christian name. The reasons for that nickname may now be lost to history and could be for
reasons ranging from the serious to the sublime. Nicknames are usually alternate names based
upon a characteristic, life event, behavior, etc. and do not stem from the actual name itself.

The Herald - 11A

Police
Window
wireless
to the
system
Past

BOB HOLDGREVE

London On the top floor of a grim range


of buildings overlooking the Thames river
is a small room which contains some of the
most carefully guarded secrets of the London
police.
The room is the control point of Scotland
Yards wireless system. Throughout the day,
tips on the activities of criminals are flashed
to the motor cars of the Flying Squad, in all
parts of London. There are times also when
photographs and fingerprints of criminals
are transmitted to police authorities half-way
across the world.
Not unlike a Sparks cabin aboard ship,
the room contains a Fultograph picture transmitting machine and a Marconi-Wright facsimile transmitter in addition to standard
Morse equipment. It is thoroughly insulated
against interference from the electric trains
which run directly below Scotland Yard and
the elevators in the building.
Delphos Herald,
July 1929

Found by Police
Asleep in Buggy
H.B. Jr., of South Delphos, drove to
Ottoville Monday and proceeded to take a
quantity of intoxicants on board. He started
back early Tuesday morning and was found
asleep in the buggy by local police, on First
street. He was locked up, and arranged before
Mayor John Judkins on a charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct, pleaded guilty.
He was fined $5.50, including costs.
The horse and buggy, which he had driven
to Ottoville had been hired at Gracely livery
barn here.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 26, 1915

Eagles Win
Ball Game
(by Dingbats)
The locals emerge from Sundays game
with Dayton Shamrocks with 9 tallies against
a single point by the visitors. Al Grady, Eagles
centerfielder, traded to Lima Garfords for Red
Monroe, the teams third baseman.
By copping a win from the Dayton
Shamrocks, the Delphos Eagles registered their
thirteenth victory. The Shamrocks scored their
lone run in the second inning.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 27, 1915

Chief Westrich Picks


Firemen for Day
Chief Westrich picks list of men that will
stand watch over the property of Delphosians,
while the regular men are romping on the
Green, Sunday.
Clarence Marsh, Chief; Gus Fettig,; Assistant
Chief; John Walsh, O. Lisk, Fred Kundert, Thos.
Williams, Willis Judkins, Isaac Fosnaught,
Frank Kollsmith, E.J. Williams, H.J. Robison,
Frank Holden, H.J. Kramer, Theo Odenweller,
J.C. King, Louis Huber, Wendell Davis, M.B.
Lindeman, F.H. Staup, Cad Williams, Syl.
Groty, Jos. Odenweller, C. H. Ray.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 27, 1915

Delphos Lady
Helps Fight Fire
Miss Mildred Richason, visiting at home of
Miss Olive Boulware, in Charleston, Ill., helps
to prevent serious damage by flames when a
large curtain near gas stove ignites. The fire
department was not called.
See WINDOW, page 15a

Enjoy the Best of


Both Worlds!!!

This is a mystery wedding photo found among other photos of the Kimmet family. We
believe that the photo was possibly taken sometime between 1900 and 1915 based on the style
of the wedding dress. It appears that the groom and best man may be brothers. Does anyone
know who this wedding party is?
Please contact me at martinevy@hotmail.com if you know the wedding party in the photo.
Im currently researching the following surnames: Goedde, Merschman, Pothast, and
Rahrig. I would love to hear from you if you have any info on those names or want me to
research a surname for you. Please contact me at martinevy@hotmail.com

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Crossword Puzzle

At the movies ...

Van Wert Cinemas


10709 Lincoln Hwy., Van Wert
Gods of Egypt (PG-13) Sat.:
1:00/6:00; Sun.: 2:00/7:00; Mon. and
Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 7:30
Gods of Egypt 3D (PG-13) Sat.:
3:30/8:30; Sun.: 4:30; Mon. and Wed.:
7:30; Tues. and Thurs.: 5:00
The
Witch
(R)
Sat.:
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:00/6:00;
Mon.-Thurs.:
5:00/7:00
Deadpool
(R)
Sat.:
1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.:
5:00/7:15
Risen
(PG13)
Sat.:
1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.:
5:00/7:15
Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG-13)
Sat.:
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:00/6:00
How to be Single (R) Sat.: 9:00;
Sun.: 8:00
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
Eddie
the
Eagle
(PG-13)
11:40/2:20/4:50/7:30/10:10
Gods of Egypt 3D (PG-13)
11:55/6:40
Gods of Egypt (PG-13) 3:25/9:50
Triple
9(R)
11:15/2:00/4:40/7:20/10:00
Race (PG-13) 11:35/3:15/6:30/9:30
Risen
(PG-13)
11:10/1:45/4:30/7:10/10:05
The
Witch
(R)
11:25/1:55/4:15/6:55/9:55
How
to
be
Single
(R)

The Herald - 13A

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4 Bug
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58 Cry's partner
6 Chemist Hahn
59 Memorable time
7 M.P.'s quarry
60 Malicious starring
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64 Painter's medium
10 Mattress parts
65 Sticks
11 Briefing spot
66 Had a longing
12 Marvin of Motown
67 Born in France
13 "I'll second that"
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11:30/2:20/4:45/7:40/10:20
Deadpool
(R)
11:00/1:35/4:10/7:00/9:40
The
Choice
(PG-13)
11:05/1:50/4:25/7:05/9:45
Kung
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11:45/2:15/4:35/7:45/10:25
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5th
Wave
(PG-13)
11:20/2:05/5:00/7:35/9:35
The
Boy
(PG-13)
11:50/2:25/4:55/7:15/9:35
Shannon Theatre
Bluffton
Through March 3
Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG) Shows are at 7
p.m. everye vening with 1:30 p.m. and
4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees.
The Revenant (R) Shows are at 9:30
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12A - The Herald

Saturday, February 27, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Opinion
You know
Homer, and
Marge ...
Every once in a while, I will
come across a story about how
U.S. students dont know as much
as they should about something or
another.
I was surfing the Internet last
evening and came upon an interesting survey about adult Americans.
This was not a new article and Im
pretty sure there are many more
things we are paying more attention to than what is going on in our
country. You can test my theory on
your friends.
It seems that only one in four
Americans could name more than
one of the five freedoms guaranteed
by the First Amendment (freedom
of speech, religion, press, assembly
and petition for redress of grievances.) More than half could name at
least two members of the Simpson
cartoon family.
The study by the McCormick
Tribune Freedom Museum found
that 22 percent of Americans could
name all five Simpson family members, compared with just one in

Ben Franklin once said:


Justice will not be served
until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those
who are. Have we reached
that time in our history this
year?
Not to long ago, people
respected Americas institutions, its culture and its creed.
If anyone showed disrespect
for these three things, they
would have been quickly
denounced and reprimanded. The America Experiment
might be a work-in-progress,
it might not be perfect, but we
believed in it and defended it.
Political scientist Sam
Huntington called our national identity the American
creed. That creed being
equality before the law,
equality of opportunity, freedom of speech and association, self-reliance, limited
government,
free-market
economics, decentralized and
developed political authority.
In separate columns in the
Feb. 13 Wall Street Journal,
Peggy Noonan and Charles
Murray wrote about the
decline of Americas institutions and culture. Murray
is a scholar and a author
working out of the American
Enterprise Institute.
I believe we are seeing
evidence of this decline every
day. Middle-class moderates,
the silent majority, have a
legitimate anger about the
course the country has taken.
These are hard-working people. They are concerned that
America has lost its historic
national identity.
Before we demonize the
rich, lets appreciate these
facts. Most wealthy people
stayed in school, worked
very hard, lived beneath their
means, took big risks, sometimes failed several times
before succeeding. They
employed workers and they
pay most of the taxes.
According to consulting
firm Spectrem Group, there
are 10.1 million households
in the U.S. with $1 million
in net assets, excluding the
value of their homes. If you
include real estate, that number increases by several mil-

On the
Other Hand

1,000 people who could name all


five First Amendment freedoms and
more people could name the three
American Idol judges than identify three First Amendment rights.
It also showed that people misidentified First Amendment rights.
About one in five people thought
the right to own a pet was protected
and 38 percent said they believed
the right against self-incrimination
contained in the Fifth Amendment
was a First Amendment right.
Ill be honest and tell you that I
only knew the first four. I do however, know the names of the five
members of that lovable cartoon
family: Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa
and Maggie. I know the name of
the dog, too, if thats worth bonus
points. His name is Santas Little
Helper. I also know all three judges
on Idol and feel it is a privilege
to own a pet.
It seems I see too few celebrations of our rights and what it is to
be Americans than the protests and
unrest when we feel our rights have

Defending our
national identity

been abused or taken away from us.


These are the very basis for why
our soldiers lay down their lives;
the very ideals they fight for so
they can be instilled in others. The
numbers seem to show we are lackadaisical about who we are and why
those five freedoms were put to
paper and have been used for hundreds of years as benchmarks.
The Simpsons are so recognizable because they have had so much
exposure. We see them in commercials, through syndication and on
Sunday evenings and in the toy
store. I dont recall those five freedoms getting that much exposure.
Perhaps we are watching the wrong
channels.
If we dont know what our freedoms are, how do we know when
they have been abused? If we dont
know what our freedoms are, how
do we know we have them?
Who wrote those darn things
anyway?

Byron McNutt

People Make
the Difference

lion.
According to Forbes, there
are only 536 billionaires in
the U.S. which has 319 million people.
Noonan wrote, There
has been a general decline of
Americas faith in its institutions. We feel less respect for
most of them-the churches,
the professions, the presidency, politics, law enforcement
and the Supreme Court. Only
the military continues to
score high (72% in the most
recent Gallup poll).
Many of those pushing
against the system have no
idea how precarious it is or
what they will be destroying,
she said.
Weve lost so much faith
in many institutions that there
are fewer people willing to
defend them. Weve lost confidence in our leaders. We
see them as untrustworthy.
Unscrupulous people are taking advantage of the institutions that have made America
great. As a result, a growing
number of citizens feel no
guilt when they game-thesystem.
Murray believes weve
lost our authority and its substance. As a result, there is
an emergence of a new super
upper class and a new lower
class. The working class has
been caught in between the
two.
The new upper class consists of the people who shape
the countrys economy, politics and culture, Murray says.
The new lower class consists
of people who have dropped
out of some of the most basic
institutions of American civil
cultures, especially work and
marriage.
Work and marriage have
been central to American
civic culture since the founding. In the 1960s, almost
all of the adult men were
working or looking for work,
and almost all were married.
The influx of legal and illegal immigrants contributed to
the loss of tens of millions
of working-class jobs for
natives.
Adding to the breakdown
of our culture, American
corporations have exported

Putting Your
World in
PersPective

In the here and now

Nancy Spencer

millions of manufacturing
jobs and used automation and
technology to decimate the
middle-class. The trend eliminated the best-paying working-class jobs.
Both of these new classes have repudiated the
American creed in practice.
Historically, one of the most
widely acknowledged aspects
of American exceptionalism
was our lack of class consciousness.
In todays average white
working-class neighborhood,
about one out of five men in
the prime of life isnt even
looking for work; they are
living off girlfriends, siblings
or parents, on disability, or
else subsisting on off-thebooks or criminal income.
Murray said that almost
half arent married, with all
the collateral social problems
that go with large numbers
of unattached males. The
numbers for nonwhite working-class males are even
higher.
In these communities,
about half the children are
born to unmarried women,
with all the problems that
go with growing up without
fathers, especially for boys.
Drugs also have become
a major problem, in small
towns as well as in urban
areas.
This breakdown of our
creed, our culture and our
institutions is affecting our
psyche. We arent as cheerful, optimistic and ambitious
as our ancestors. We arent
sure our kids and grandkids
will be better off than we are,
Murray wrote.
During the past half-century of economic growth, virtually none of the rewards
have gone to the working
class. The real family income
of people in the bottom half
of the income distribution
hasnt increased since the
late 1960s. No wonder so
many people are frustrated
and dropping out.
When people lose faith in
the system they will detach
themselves from the bedrock that has made us unique
in the history of the world,
Murray concluded.

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Theres a saying, and a


movie, that states, Stop the
world; I want to get off. The
modern digital version of that is
Command+Z or Control+Z,
depending on the format of your
device. Digitally you can even
redo an action that you undid
with Control+Y.
It has been five years since
we lost broadcast television.
Someone (me) ran over the cable
that snaked out to the antenna
not one of those cute dish things
but a big spiky thing. We tried a
dish antenna but no signals could
Anne Coburn-Griffis
navigate their way down the back
roads.
There was a bright side, one that has yet to be undone.
The year that we lost the ability to turn on the tube and see daily
programming was a presidential primary year. My Steven and I found
that our lives were all the more rich without watching the slings and
arrows shot through and across party lines. The presidential election
came and went, as did a few more years, and I cant say weve missed
a thing. The best part of any election, especially a large-scale one, is
the satire anyway, and we can watch that on YouTube.
Once a week we watch a little TV while visiting family so we
know who shot who where, and thats quite enough. The best thing
I saw this week was an inspiring report about a 94-year-old hockey
player who still takes the ice.
But an absence of TV doesnt mean one isnt gobsmacked by
headlines that sear ones soul. The other night close to midnight, I sat
with pillows stuffed at my back, a cup of hot tea in hand. The fullmoon wasnt up and neither was the wind. The darkness was still and
perfect for listening for that still, small voice in answer to, Whats
most important right now?
Hee [snort] hee-hee-hee-e-e-e-e-e hawwww [snorting raspberry], answered the night.
Sloshing tea on the floor, I hurried to the window to see what had
sent Equus africanus asinus Lucy to the door.
Not a creature was stirring beneath the stars. Whos to say that
wasnt the voice of an angel?

Letters to the Editor


Who is Carl Gerten?
DEAR EDITOR:
Who is Carl Gerten? Carl Gerten is a candidate for Putnam County Commissioner. I am concerned
about this candidate. Mr. Gerten has not attended any commissioners meeting - or any other county
meetings.
Wouldnt you think he would show up at something after he threw his hat in the ring. Its easy to set
on the outside looking in; how is he ever going to know anything if he hasnt made an effort. He has
absolutely no idea how things work in the country.
Wouldnt you think its important to find out what Commissioners do before taking on the job. Gerten
has no history of belonging to organizations that support the county.
Wouldnt you think he would care enough about the people and the Republican Party to do more than
vote two times a year; thats good, but no good enough to get elected to public office? I vote twice a year;
that sure doesnt qualify me to be a commissioner.
Wouldnt you think Gerten would show up at political events, trustee meetings, mayor meetings, etc.
Wouldnt you think he would attend commissioners meetings?
Wouldnt you think he would introduce himself to the Republican Central and Executive Committee?
Wouldnt you think that before asking the people of Putnam County to vote for him, he would have
done something, anything?
Dr. Gerten has not shown up at any political events, he has not gone to commissioners meetings, he
has not bothered to introduce himself to the Republican Central and Executive Committee. All he has done
is put up signs and put an ad in the newspaper. There are no works and service to the county and its people!
Putnam County Republicans need a strong Republican, a Republican willing to work hard to represent
the people of Putnam County. Gerten has not earned or worked to earn your Republican vote.
The taxpayers of Putnam County deserve a positive thinking, hardworking commissioner like Vince
Schroeder; someone who has served the county his entire life.
Charol Stechschulte
Columbus Grove

Fiscal responsibility is not a physics exercise


DEAR EDITOR:
I recently attended the Meet the Candidate
night sponsored by the Van Wert County
Republican Women. When commissioner
Wolfrum spoke, he told us his impressive
resume of accomplishments. He specifically
mentioned a cost savings of over $300,000
on insurance because of his expert law experience. That is great.
He failed to mention the fact that the Blue
Creek Wind Farms Pilot Program gives over
$300,000 to the commissioners every year.
And by the way, that was brought about by
none of the currently serving commissioners.
Staci Kaufman has shown fiscal responsi-

bility and great leadership at Vantage. Over


200 employees and a $7,500,000 budget is no
dog and pony show. She transformed Vantage
from an OK vocational school with a wellused building to a state-of-the-art facility with
an excellent curriculum for both students and
adults. Her ability to work with 11 member
schools makes her a champion in communication, transparency and fair play.
Lets give Staci a chance to make Van Wert
County a leader in jobs, community involvement and family well being.
William Dowler
Convoy

Lammers respects the citizens of Putnam County


DEAR EDITOR:
Respect in every aspect of our lives is the key word to keeping our children and grandchildrens future safe. It is the way we were brought up in Putnam County. In this campaign season,
at a local and national level, the respectful and positive messages by some candidates needs to
be acknowledged. Mr. Kasich in particular has taken the high road and talks about the issues
instead of bashing fellow republicans. As citizens we need to raise the bar on what we expect
from our public figures and the election process in general.
Mike respects the voters of Putnam County enough to keep his message positive, talking
about the massive drug problems jeopardizing our future and stopping the growth of government, saving taxpayer dollars. As Mikes wife, a farmers daughter who grew up in Glandorf,
and his business partner for over 30 years, let me say he is respectful, smart, and hardworking;
which means allowing him to represent you as your commissioner would be great for Putnam
County. When he says hes running for the future of our children and grandchildren, hes sincere. I, more than anyone, know just how much time he invests attending all types of public
meetings in every part of Putnam County. He does this to educate himself on the issues, and
still manages to work full time helping folks with computer problems. His positive message
will translate into positive action if you give him the privilege of representing you, the voters.
Diane Lammers
Putnam County

Editors note: Letters to the Editor concerning candidates and issues for the
upcoming March 15 Primary Election will be accepted until 5 p.m. March 5.

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419-235-3607
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419-235-3607
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419-230-2521
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419-230-2521
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419-230-2521
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in Union
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sq sq
ft ft
(188)
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Dye 419-303-5891
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w/home
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for medical
offices,
insurance
(188)
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419-303-5891
livingliving
space.
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including
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windows,roof
roof
& water
w/whirlpool
tub/shower,newer
newer
windows,
& water
restrooms.
Owner/agent.
Ron
Spencer
419-230-1111
heater. Basement. Detached garage w/loft.
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Detached garage w/loft.
(75)heater.
Barb Coil
419-302-3478
(75) 2,200
Barb Coil
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of
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&
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prox. 20 ac tillable w/ balance wooded.
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tillable
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Owner/agent.
Ron
Spencer
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10 Years Ago 2006

50 Years Ago 1966

(Continued from page 5A)

The Delphos Eagles Auxiliary held its annual God, Flag


and Country essay contest Sunday. The first-place winners
will compete in the district contest at 2 p.m. March 19 at the
Lima Eagles Lodge on Robb Avenue. Those who placed are as
follows. Winners in the 12-and-13-year-old category include,
first place, Jon Miller; second place, Brice Schulte; and third
place, Ryan Smith. Winners in the Ten-and 11-year-old category were, first place, Josie West, second place, Aaron Smith and
third place, Corrine Metzger. Winners in the 14-and 15-yearold category were first place, Adam Curth, and second place,
Kayla Mullenhour.
Two area wrestlers punched their tickets to the Division III
State Wrestling Championships starting Thursday after earning
third-place finishes at this past weekends Kettering Fairmont
district. St. Johns senior Drew Looser grabbed third in the
145-pound category, while junior teammate Brian Backus did
the same at 145.
Four area teams battled it out in the Division IV girls basketball sectional finals at Wayne Trace High School on Saturday
night for the right to move on to Elida district semi-finals on
Thursday night. The Ottoville Lady Big Green attained another sectional crown, dismantling the Lincolnview Lady Lancers
53-38. In the nightcap, Jefferson copped its bracket with a 5647 victory over Crestview.

Hitting on 50 percent of their shots from the field and even


better from the charity stripe, the Delphos St. Johns Blue Jays
romped to their first tourney win by defeating the Allen East
Mustangs 78-67 in a game played at Bluffton College Friday
night. Dave Hoehn led the Blue Jays to victory by scoring 24
points and ripping down 21 rebounds. Also in double figures
for the Blue Jays were Chuck Osting with 16 and Bob Spieles
with 14.
Gene and Russell Suter of Pandora, and Melvin Ebbeskotte
of Delphos took honors last Tuesday in the show sponsored
by the Putnam County Swine Improvement committee. Norbert
and Melvin Ebbeskotte placed first in the pen of 5 class and in
the pen of 10 class, and fourth and fifth in the single entry class.
Ottoville garnered its first tourney win Friday night as the Big
Green defeated Leipsic Vikings, 82 to 47 in a game played at
Ottawa Glandorf. Scoring in double figures for Ottoville were
Steve Turnwald with 20, Jerry Hoersten 17, and Tom Brinkman
and Howard Odenweller, both with 10. As a result of the win,
Ottoville faces Columbus Grove, victorious over Fort Jennings
Friday night and over Ottawa Glandorf Saturday night.

CSP pays producers for


clean water, better soil management, improved habitat,
energy efficiency, and other
natural resource benefits.
Since the program began in
2009, nearly 70 million acres
of farm and ranch land have
been enrolled in the program.
To sign up, farmers and
ranchers should visit their
NRCS local service center and
submit their basic application
form by the March 31 deadline. To find a local service
center visit offices.sc.egov.
usda.gov/locator/app?agency=nrcs
Once a farmer or ranchers
initial application is accepted
by NRCS, they are then scored
based on current and planned
future conservation activities,
added Bruckner. If applicants
meet acceptable conservation
levels, they become eligible to compete in a ranking
process that determines who

25 Years Ago 1991


Kuwaiti City, the capital of the emirate under Iraqi occupation for nearly seven months, was liberated Wednesday by coalition troops, the U.S. Central Command said. Iraqs battered
army, with only Republican Guard units putting up a fight of
any significance, was largely rendered ineffective throughout
Kuwait.
Landeck Elementary School students raised $1,196.38 for
St. Jude Childrens Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. Among the
students raising more than $30 were Crystal Rahrig, Melinda
Bonifas, Lynsey Rahrig, Denise Hammons, Kristie Wiltsie,
Misti Hammons, April Warnecke, Angela Kleman, Marshall
Thompson, Chrissie Miller, Linda Siefker, and Tony Rahrig.
The Kalida Wildcats and the St. Johns Blue Jays tangled
Tuesday evening in the opening game of the Division IV sectional tournament. The Jays would hold a 10-point edge after
three periods but would need 13 of 16 foul-shooting in the last
quarter to stave off a Wildcat comeback and emerge with a 7664 victory at Van Wert High School.
35 Years Ago 1981
Robert Ames of Ames Development Corporation told about
35 interested citizens at a meeting Thursday afternoon at the
Delphos Senior Citizen Center that the new low-to-moderate
income housing on Ridge Road (Lima Avenue) should open
by the end of June. Ames said there will be 40 apartments for
senior citizens in front of the complex, with four designated for
the handicapped.
Salem United Presbyterian Church of Venedocia will hold
its annual St. Davids Day program March 4. A banquet will be
followed by various programs with Hugh Owens as toastmaster. Marian Morris and Marguerite Fissel will present slides of
Wales. Group singing and special music by a mixed quartet will
also be featured. The Rev. Von E. Giessler will give invocation
and benediction.

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The following, from the


Charleston Courier tells of
the part played by Miss Mildred Richason, of Delphos, in
a successful fight to prevent
the destruction of the home
of Miss Olive Boulware, in
Charleston;
The home of Deputy
County Clerk Jennie Boulware, 902 Van Buren street
was threatened with destruction by fire shortly after 5
oclock on Tuesday afternoon, and it was only by the
combined efforts of Miss
Boulware and her house
guests, Miss Dorothy Duncan
of Salem, Mo., and Miss Mildred Richason of Delphos,
O., the fire was confined to
the kitchen. The loss was over
$50.
Delphos Herald
Aug. 26, 1915

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New Hitching Racks


Are Ready
The new hitching racks to
take the place of those that will
be removed from along Main
street, have been installed and
are now practically ready for
use. Concrete bases, 12 feet
wide, have been provided and
lighting facilities have been
installed for the North Canal

street section and adequate


illumination will be provided
shortly for the section on First
street. A total of 171 feet, was
erected on North Canal street,
between Third and Fourth,
and 200 feet on First street,
between Washington street
and the first alley west. Approximately 200 feet of old
rack has been standing for
some time on First street,
between the Clover Leaf and
Main street.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 1, 1915

Guide Posts on
Main Highways
The erection of guide posts
at the intersections of all
main traveled highways and
the dragging of all dirt roads
is compulsory on the part of
township and county authorities, according to Cass highway code, becoming effective
Sept. 1.
Provisions fixing a penalty for the township road supervisor who does not have
the unimproved roads in his
territory dragged and requiring county commissioners to
keep the roads posted were
incorporated in the bill at the
behest of the Ohio State Automobile Assn.
Persons who have not seen
the work of log-drags, accomplished while the ground
is still wet after a rain do not
realize how greatly this improves a highway that otherwise would be full of ruts. A
very little work accomplishes
considerable good, not only
to the man doing the work but
to his neighbor as well.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 1, 1915

Women Interested
In Good Schools
Women are keenly interested in the schools. The country having good roads, nearly always has good schools.
They go together. Where
children are forced to cross
fields to avoid mud holes in
the highways, the school is
hardly worth keeping open.
It has been said that the two
greatest forces for the ad-

60 Years Ago 1956


Local citizens will have an opportunity to avail themselves
of expert advice in color harmony, style, design and originality of arranging flowers at a demonstration at Jefferson High
School auditorium at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Henry Fettig, local florist,
and generally recognized as one of the foremost arrangers in
Northwest Ohio will demonstrate the art of floral arrangement.
The Green Thumb Garden Club is sponsor of the program.
Deanne Weigle has been chosen for the role of Annie in
the May 4-6 production of the St. Johns Senior Class play,
Annie Get Your Gun. Co-starring with her will be Richard
Schlagbaum in the role of Frank Butler. Carol Nomina is cast
as Winnie Tate and Jack Imber, Tommy Kuler. Supporting roles
have been ably chosen and all departments under their respective instructors are progressing under the directorship of Rev.
E. C. Herr, principal of St. Johns School.
75 Years Ago 1941
A total of 14 essays have been submitted in the essay
contest being conducted by the Delphos VFW Auxiliary as a part of the national VFW Auxiliary contests. Judges
for the local contest are Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the
Presbyterian Church, John A. Metzner and Hortense Metcalfe,
Delphos librarian.
Walter Foster has taken over the Texaco Service Station at
the intersection of Fifth and State streets, formerly operated by
Thomas Snow. Foster announced that he will have a complete
service for automobiles, including repairing, washing, greasing, etc. He has had considerable experience in this type of
business having been employed at the Morris Super Service
for four years.
The members of the Womens Missionary Society of the
Lutheran Church and three guests convened at the home of
Mrs. Brad Alexander on Scott Street Wednesday afternoon.
Guests were Louisa Lye, Mrs. William Allemeier and Mrs.
Robert Whittington. Rev. J. G. E. Mittermaier led the devotionals. The leader for the lesson was Mrs. Mittermaier. Excerpts
from Forty Years for Labrador were given by Mrs. Clarence
Blockberger. Mrs. Herbert Buchanan gave Chapter three of the
biblical book of Romans.
vancement of civilization are
the school master and good
roads.
Bad roads in this country
are said to be responsible for
a loss of a billion dollars a
year. This affects the transportation, mercantile and
industrial as well as the agricultural interests. This loss in
dollars does not take account
of the isolation caused by the
same reason.
Many women in the country are practically prisoners
in their homes for weeks at a
time in winter because of the
condition of the roads. They
are unable to market farm
products. Eggs that are a
good price at the time they
are gathered, and held till
the roads become passable,
may have been robbed of several dollars, had they been
able to get the produce to
market.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 2, 1915

New York Giants


Will Play in Delphos
Sept. 15 will be a brilliant
day in Delphos baseball history, for at that time, according to present arrangements,
the New York Giants will be
here to take on the Lima Garfords in an exhibition game.
Manager Lee Grady of the
Eagles said that the game
would have been played in
Lima, but for the fact that
the Independents wanted to
charge the Garfords $50 for
the use of the grounds. Negotiations were then begun
with the Eagles chief and in
his usual way, decided to let
the Garfords use the grounds
without charge. The Garfords
are a bunch of gentlemen
anyhow, and Delphos fans
will no doubt appreciate the
fact that the opportunity has
been given this city to have
a major league aggregation
play here.
The Giants will come
here to Delphos on Sept. 15
enroute home from St. Louis and Chicago, where they
have been playing scheduled
games.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 2, 1915

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works down through the list of
eligible applicants until acreage allocated to the particular
state for that particular year
runs out.
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March 31 is also the deadline for CSP contract holders who enrolled in 2012 to
renew. CSP contracts last for
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for an additional five years,
extending and building upon
their previous conservation
efforts and current level of
stewardship.
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I am a newly ordained
minister with the Salvation
Army. I have only been
an officer for about eight
months, but I spent my first
eight months in Lexington
with the majors there, learning straight from them,
Morales stated. Now Im in
Van Wert and taking over
command here. Its wonderful. The people are great.
Wonderful people like Donna
Grimm, and Rita Hurless, and
Mark White. They are very
big helps, as are my staff
here. I love that everyone is
so patient with me!
Morales takes over heading up an operation that has
just moved to its location at
120 N. Cherry St. in Van
Wert. Even in its smaller
former location, the agency
became known for being able
to provide for many people in
need locally. Morales realizes that the Salvation Armys
reputation does not mean that
needs in the city do not exist.
There is a lot of need to
be addressed here, a lot of
hungry people, he said. My
whole goal, the reason I was
sent here, is because I have

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in any way they need served.
Here, there is a lot of need for
food, so were trying to finish
off the rest of our building,
and in that we will be having
a massive food pantry with
overhead garage doors so that
the truck can bring the food
right in. So my primary goal
right now is to finish off that
side of the building so that we
can better serve the community. Well be able to have a
lot more food there, just a lot
more space so well be able
to serve the community in a
much easier, better, and much
more efficient capacity.
Simply finishing off the
building is not a easy matter. Morales estimated that
the organization is about
$200,000 away from finishing off the other side of
the building, which would
include the installation of
a large walk-in freezer that
would allow the donation and
giving of meat. Also on the
list to complete the building
is the addition of overhead
garage doors, and finishing
up walls and room that stands
right now in skeleton form.
Another addition is nearly complete an industrial

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kitchen. We want to start


a feeding program. Thats
something completely new
that weve never done before.
Were not exactly sure how
were going to make it work
yet, but we could start out
serving hot meals, maybe
once a week, and then taking
it from there, noted Morales.
Theres a need for that.
Morales shared that he
came to the Salvation Army
after growing up with a father
who served in the military,
and recently his parents
also became officers in the
Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army is
very much a service agency,
he said. Eighty-seven cents
out of every dollar goes back
into the community. An you
see that reflected in our budget for the year. Our budget
to maintain what we do yearround is about $710,000 for
the entire year. Out of that,
$620,000 is what we give
out. So really, we run on
about $90,000. We give out
six times that. That speaks
to what the Salvation Army
does as a whole. Our sole
purpose is to help people. We
will do our best with what we
have.

Marble Mani at the library

Children were transformed into mini-engineers Tuesday as they used a plethora of recycled materials to design and build their marble-runs. When the runs were constructed,
the children tested them and some had to reconstruct their creations in order to make
them work better. Above: Carter Sherrick, left, Blake Wiltsie and Kaden Jettinghoff
construct their marble run. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

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Everyone has been using the cigarette
butt containers, which we really appreciate,
St. Johns Business Manager Ted Hanf said.
This will eliminate the smell of cigarettes
in and around entrances at the schools and
church.
The Allen County Creating Healthy
Communities Program urges administrators
at all Allen County schools to consider the
impact a campus-wide tobacco-free policy
would have on the health and safety of its
students.
Most life-long smokers start before the

age of 18. A tobacco-free campus is one way


to model healthy behaviors and encourage a
tobacco-free lifestyle with our children, said
Shelly Miller, Health Educator at the Allen
County Public Health.
St. Johns tobacco-free policy stems from
work with the Allen County Creating Healthy
Communities Project. The school system participated in a community health assessment
and group evaluation (CHANGE) project
conducted in the beginning of 2015. Another
assessment will be completed in 2019 to see
what changes have taken place in the school
district to enhance the health of the community.

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P.L. Travers, the author of Mary Poppins, stipulated in her will that no Americans can
ever again work on future film adaptations of her popular childrens series. She detested
Walt Disneys 1964 Mary Poppins, starring Julie Andrews, complaining that it turned her
nanny from stern and intimidating to sweet and cheery.
The Renaissance masterpiece The Wedding Feast at Cana by Paolo Veronese depicting
a miracle described in the Bible, measures 32 feet, 6 inches in length by 21 feet, 10 inches
in height and is the largest painting in the Louvre museum in Paris. The painting is of the
wedding at Cana, at which Jesus turned water into wine, the first of his seven miracles as
described in the Bible in John 2:1-11.
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The estimated population of the United States is 322,449,153, so each citizens share
of this debt is $59,106.
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of $2.41 billion per day
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Where you come in a customer
and leave our friend.

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419-692-0055
Toll Free 1-800-589-7876

Visit our website www.raabeford.com

Twenty 26 Delphos FFA members recently attend the 87th annual State
FFA Convention in Columbus, Ohio. During the two-day trip, members
participated in Career Development Events, listened to outstanding motivational speakers, toured Velvet Ice Cream Company, Phoenix bat company and received recognition for their accomplishments. They were recognized for being a gold rated chapter for their contributions to the Ohio
FFA foundation and chapter trust program. Sarah Fitch was recognized
as a gold medal treasurer and Asya Hamilton as a gold medal secretary.
Members in attendance included:
Front row (L-R) Kylie White, Libby Spring, Tatiana Olmeda, Madison
Spring, Sarah Cline, Karen Cline, Sarah Fitch, Katie Caputo, Mykenah
Jackson, and Cody Wright
Middle Row (L-R) Alexa Plescher, Holly Dellinger, Jason Ditto, Alesha
Harshman, Riley Claypool, Robbie Rister, Tristan Moore, Allie Buettner,
Meghan Ream, and Beth Williams
Back row (L-R) Brent Buettner, Troy Elwer, Evan Krites and Caleb
Haunhorst Not pictured in photo Sophia Wilson and Eli Siefker

Officer Training
The newly elected Delphos FFA Officer Team traveled to Camp Wilson
and Marmon Valley Farms in Bellefontaine, Ohio for a day of officer
training. The group spent the day doing a team challenge course including low & high rope initiatives to develop teamwork horseback riding.
The second day the chapter officers spent the day working on planning
the upcoming year. The reviewed policies and by-laws and drafted a new
format to run committees for the upcoming year. During the training, the
Delphos Officers spent time learning more about each other, participated
in a series of problem solving and team building activities. They also set
goals and planned a calendar of activities for the upcoming year.
Pictured are the members of the 2015-2016 officer team (Front row l to
r, Allie Buettner-Student Advisor, Beth Williams Sentinel , Asya Hamilton-Secretary, Kylie White Reporter, Sarah Fitch-Vice President, Evan
Krites,-Treasurer, and Sophia Wilson President

Real. Proven. Results.

CRAIG POHLMAN
DeALer
Venedocia, Ohio 419-230-2682

Lehmanns
Furniture
130 N. Main St.
Delphos, Ohio 45833
419-692-0861
www.lehmannsfurniture.com

Comfort Studio
National Convention 2015

Delphos
FFA
To The

Each year the FFA celebrates FFA Week doing various activities throughout the week. Activities include a teacher/members pancake and sausage
breakfast, Leadership day, State officer visit and FFA Olympics. The
peddle tractor relay is one of the contests FFA members participate in.
Brent Buettner, Evan Krites, and Justin Siefker, prepare at the starting
line.

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234 S. Jefferson St. Delphos, Ohio


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340 W. Fifth St.
Delphos, Ohio 45833
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Recently the Delphos FFA and hosted a State Leadership Night. This program is run and presented by the State FFA Association. In October, the
committee applied to host the program and their application was accepted. Three State FFA officers organized and presented three leadership
sessions to over 100 FFA members in attendance from 7 different schools.
Students were exposed to the various aspects of goal setting and were able
to further development their leadership and communication skills.
Pictured above are Delphos FFA Officers with the Leadership night presenters-left to right: State Vice President-Mary Buehler, Kylie White-Reporter, Evan Krites Treasurer, Sophia Wison-President, Asya HamiltonSecretary, Allie Buettner-Student Advisor, Sarah Fitch-Vice President
and State Reporter-Aaron Klohn.

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DELPHOS, OH 45833
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PHONE
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452 E. Second St. P.O. Box 69


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Phone (419) 692-5876 1-800-686-4091
Fax (419) 695-0897
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Home (419) 692-8344
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Delphos, OH 45833-9449
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Fax: 419-695-9447

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403 N. Main Street
P.O. Box 167
Delphos, OH 45833
tel: 419-695-4656
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Fax: 419-695-0426
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1454 N. Main St. Delphos, OH 45833
ANDY WURST
President

1-800-508-4574
419-692-5776
Fax: 419-692-5806

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10305 Liberty-Union Road
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WELLMAN SEEDS INC.


5028 N. Kill Road, Delphos, OH 45833
1-800-562-0768
ROGER MILLER
Office 419-692-5881
JOE MILLER
Fax 419-692-7621

Savidge Ag. Equip.


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JIM WELLMAN
President

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FFA members in attendance at the 2015 National Convention included: left to right front row. Rachel Kroeger, Avery Mercer, and Michelle
Rode. Second row l to r , Katie Bullock, Cody Wright, Evan Krites, and
Emily Buettner. Back row-Brent Buettner, Riley Claypool, and Caleb
Haunhorst . Attending convention but not pictured Kylie Fritz, Jason
Wittler, and Andy May
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. In the
evening 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, Ken.. 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.

23778 Delphos Jennings Road


Delphos, OH 45833
Phone (800) 717-7333
Phone (419) 695-9010
Fax
(419) 695-9020
e-mail: jim@wellmanseeds.com

Neighbors Insuring Neighbors Since 1863


112 E. Third St. P.O. Box 37 Delphos, OH 45833-0037
Phone & Fax 419-692-3413

Joe Wittler
Wittler Seeds

Sophia Wilson showed the Grand Champion


market lamb out of all sheep shown. She
also exhibited the Reserve champion middleweight and Champion heavy weight market
lamb. She was also named the champion of
champion sheep showman which enables her
to participate in the champion of champion
show. In this show she will show 10 different
breeds of livestock trying to earn the award of
Showman of all Showman of all species

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Delphos
Recreation Center

939 East Fifth St.


Delphos, Ohio 45833
Bruce Van Metre, Mgr.

419-692-2695

Snow Removal Lawn Care


Skidsteer & Dump Truck Services
Stump Grinding

LG Seeds Dealer
419-233-1432 mobile

K.M.A.T. Services L.L.C.

23121 Lincoln Hwy


Delphos, OH 45833

Kevin Moore
Cell 419-235-8051

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Our Seed. Your Soil. Total Success.

24 Hr. Service Fully Insured

Aaron Trentman
Cell 419-303-1488

Saturday, February 27, 2016

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Triple J Application, LLC


Ag Lime Chicken Litter Application

John Bonifas
419-236-8841

John Bockey
419-296-5123

Joe Wittler
419-233-1432

13491 Converse-Roselm Rd., Venedocia, OH 45894


419-692-4332

PITSENBARGER SUPPLY BELL AUTO SUPPLY


234 N. Canal St.
(419) 692-1010

1407 E. Main St.


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ltural Education

Mon.-Fri. 8 am-5:30 pm
Sat. 8 am-3 pm

Mon.-Fri. 8 am-6 pm
Sat. 8 am-1 pm

Tony Burgei
President

Reliable Plbg & Htg Inc.


205 W. Second St.
Delphos, Ohio 45833
Oh: Lic # 24196
www.reliablepandh.com

Phone 419-695-2921
tony.reliable@bright.net

Fax 419-692-1046
Emergency 419-302-0869

2015 Parliamentary
Procedure Teams

Leading and running a business meeting are life skills that Delphos FFA members gain by studying Parliamentary Procedure.
Several members of the chapter participated in the Parliamentary Procedure Contest where they were able to apply the lessons
learned in the classroom

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Tanks Fittings Spray Tips

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Where SERVICE is our last name

PArtS DiViSiOn
13395 Converse-Roselm Rd.
Venedocia, OH 45894
E-mail: cjagriservice@yahoo.com

Phone 419-692-4332
866-262-1291
Fa 419-692-3109
www.cjagriserviceparts.com

Thompson
Seed
Farm
4920 DEFIANCE TRAIL

PH. 419-692-1946
DELPHOS, OHIO 45833
REID THOMPSON - DICK THOMPSON

Omers
Alignment Shop

FRONT END WORK


Lou Pothast

Over 100 members of the Delphos FFA competed and exhibited various
shop and livestock projects at the 2015 Allen County Fair. Several members were recognized for their outstanding projects. A highlight of this
years fair was Justin Siefker received champion Senior Beef Showman,
Champion of champion beef showman and was named champion of all
livestock breeds after showing ten different livestock breeds for the 3rd
year in a row. He also raised the Reserve Champion Born and Raised
Market Steer and the Grand Champion Market steer overall in the junior
fair show.

Novice Team members:


(Front row, L-R) Jenny Ditto, Rachel kroeger, Maggie Ream
(Back row L-R) Michelle Rode, Avery Mercer, Katie Bullock, and Emily
Buettner.
They placed first at the subdistrict contest received a gold rating and also
placed second at the district contest.

AUTO REPAIR

508 N. CANAL ST.


DELPHOS, OHIO
Phone 419-695-1941
Richard Pothast

Steve Pothast

Y&K
Custom Straw
& Hay Baling

Landeck, Ohio
Kyle Youngpeter
Adam Kroeger
419-296-6282
419-605-5615

Congratulations to the

Delphos FFA
Taking printing to the next level

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CHEVROLET BUICK

1725 East Fifth Street, Delphos


VISIT US ON THE WEB @ www.delphachevy.com

Troy Elwer exhibited the Grand Champion market barrow at the


Ohio State Fair this past summer.

Beginning team members:


(Front row, L-R) Kylie White, Cody Wright, Meghan Ream
(Back row, L-R) Jason Ditto, Holly Dellinger, and Troy Elwer.
They placed first at subdistricts with a gold rating.

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800 West Fifth St. Delphos, Ohio 45833


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www.knippenchrysler.com

ron Landwehr, Owner


419-231-1361
419-231-1165

Community Christmas Project - Each year along


with the Delphos Young Farmers and wives the FFA
participates in the Delphos Community Christmas
Project. They collect monies and non-perishable
food items to be distributed throughout our community. The Delphos FFA, Delphos Young Farmers
and Delphos Young Farmwives pictured above are:
(L-R) Representative Kenny Grothous, Delphos
FFA members Mykenah Jackson and Allie Buettner

Advanced Team members


(Front row, L-R) Sarah Cline, Sophia Wilson, Meghan Ream
(Back row L-R). Collin Will, Troy Elwer, and Tristan Moore.
They placed first at the subdistrict contest and received a gold rating,
placed first at district and second in the preliminary round heat at State.

Supporting Our
Future!
502 N. Main St.
419-695-1060

Congratulations
to the
Delphos FFA
from Delphos Young Farmers

CNC Machining General Machining


Fabrication Welding

H&M Machine & Welding, Inc.

Roger Joe Horstman Ext. 1 or 2


Todd Horstman Ext. 3
Jim Knebel, Purchaser Ext. 5
P.O. Box 207
Phone: 419-453-3414
290 St. Rt. 189
Fax: 419-453-3896
Ottoville, OH 45876

133 e. Fifth St.

14851 W. Union Rd.


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Siefker Sawmill
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BUSINESS PHONE 419-339-1956

104 S. Main St., Delphos, OH 419-692-0811


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Congratulations

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and dedication!

We are
proud of
you!

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2103 N. Main St.

P.O. Box 334


Office:
419-695-2000
Fax:
419-695-0717 Delphos, OH 45833-0334
Cell 419-303-6881
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E-mail: howard@hgviolet.com

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