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and jokes on their special day motive in coal

exec’s death
DHI Media Editor

DELPHOS — A Delphos man and his accomplice plot-

ted to steal a former coal executive’s SUV in a plot that
ended in the death of Bennett K. Hatfield, 59, on Sunday,
according to officials.
Anthony Arriaga,20, of Delphos, one of the suspects in
Hatfield’s death, was arraigned on a first-degree murder
charge Thursday in Mingo County Circuit Court. He was
ordered held without bond pending a June 3 preliminary
Hatfield was shot to death Monday in Mountain View
Memory Gardens, a cemetery in southern West Virginia’s
Mingo County. Hatfield was visiting the grave site of his
late wife, who died of cancer.
Authorities believe Arriaga and Brandon Lee Fitzpatrick,
18, of Louisa, Kentucky, hatched a plot to steal a vehicle to
make money and Hatfield was in the wrong place at the
Local seniors laugh at a risqué joke told by the members of Spittin’ Image. Delphos Senior Center held Senior wrong time. They believe Arriaga was the shooter and was
Citizens Day on Friday. Participants enjoyed lunch, entertainment by Spittin’ Image and cookies and punch left at the cemetery by Fitzpatrick after the shooting.
after the event. The center will hold another event on June 15 beginning at 11:30 a.m. with lunch. There will be
bingo, trivia and a sock hop following. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish) See MOTIVE, page 18

City receives $97,000 rebate from AEP Ohio

DHI Media Editor

DELPHOS — The City of Delphos

put nearly $100,000 back in its pocket
this week after receiving a rebate from
AEP Ohio.
The $97,312 windfall is from the
restructuring of the wastewater treat-
ment plant during the pilot project to
test new technology.
Safety Service Director
Shane Coleman and Wastewater
Superintendent Todd Teman have esti-
mated the new system to be at least 50
percent more efficient in energy use.
AEP Ohio numbers show the plant is
now 60 percent more efficient than
before the pilot project began. In 2014,
the plant cost $600,000 in electricity
to run.
The new technology itself is also
more efficient.
“The new membranes are a hybrid
of the plate technology and the noodle Delphos officials claim a $97,285.72 rebate check from AEP Ohio on Wednesday morning. AEP Ohio’s Jim Bilfulco, left,
technology,” Teman explained. “There Delphos Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent Todd Teman, Safety Service Director Shane Coleman, Mayor Michael
is a lot more membrane in a small- Gallmeier, AEP Ohio’s Tracie Campbell and Sam Wolfe of Energy Management Solutions participate in the presentation.
er space lowering its dependency on (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
pumps and blowers and lowering the
plant’s energy costs. We’ll also use lons a day capacity to lower peak wet again once we are fully converted to the smaller energy footprint. “We are con-
about one fifth of the mixers we had.” weather flow/combined sewer over- new technology and see if we qualify,” stantly trying to do better and work smart-
After the pilot study, if the city flows that are limited to four per year Coleman said. er not harder.”
decides to utilize Fibracast, the mem- by the EPA. Mayor Michael Gallmeier is pleased The rebate will go into the Wastewater
branes will be used in the remaining The plant may be eligible for more with the unexpected money and even Treatment Fund. The city also received
tanks with an estimated cost of $4 rebates in the future once it’s complete- more so with a leaner-running city. a rebate several years ago for a lighting
million. It will bring the city up to the ly retrofitted with the new technology. “This was just the right thing to do,” project at the wastewater treatment plant.
original design of 3.83 million gal- “We’re going to see if we can go back Gallmeier said, referring to the city’s

St. John’s to hold Mass, commencement Sunday

DHI Media Staff Reports ident), Student Council, and later plans to pursue a
National Honor Society doctorate degree in physical
DELPHOS — St. John’s (treasurer), a reading tutor therapy.
High School will hold its and a member of the girls Sydney Fischbach is the
101st commencement cer- varsity basketball team. recipient of the Bishop’s
emony at 3 p.m. Sunday She also participated as a Gold Cross Award. The
in the Robert A. Arnzen Mass server, Mass greeter, Bishop’s Gold Cross is the
Gymnasium. The Graduation Eucharistic minister and St. highest honor bestowed upon
Mass will begin at 1:45 p.m. John’s maintenance worker a graduate of a Catholic high
in St. John the Evangelist during the summers. school in the Diocese of
Catholic Church. She enjoys baking, trav- Toledo. This person must be
Valedictorian is Alexandra eling, going on mission trips of high academic standard in
Hays. She is the daughter of and spending time with fami- religion as well as involve-
Jeffrey and Joy Hays. She ly and friends. ment in Christian service to
was active in “Through the She plans to attend the the community and parish.
Halls” radio show (director), University of Dayton, major-
Liturgy Team (vice-pres- ing in pre-physical therapy See MASS, page 18 Hays Fischbach

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The Delphos Rotary Club The DAV Mobile Service Office will be in the All veterans can receive free professional claim DHI MEDIA
will host Congressman Jim area in June. services. There will be snacks and refreshments. ©2015 • Published in Delphos, Ohio
Jordan as its guest speaker • VFW Post 5803, 111 N. Shannon St., Van To ensure faster service, bring or have: claim
noon at the Delphos Eagles. Wert, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 13 and 14; number, Social Security number, a copy of a Volume 145, No.100
Eagles. • American Legion Post 96, 711 S. Shore Dr. DD-214 and/or other pertinent documents to sup-
The public is invited to Lima, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 15; and port the claim.
listen to Jordan speak and • Buddy chapter 43, 606 Fishlock Ave., Findlay, Make an appointment at 419-203-9693 or
ask questions. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 16. Walk-ins are welcome.
For The Record
2 — The Herald Saturday, May 28, 2016


information submitted information submitted Kevin thitoff Nancy Spencer, editor
Ray Geary,
DELPHOS — On May 19, officers were dispatched to a VAN WERT — The fol- Chief Operating Officer
April 28, 1961-May 26, 2016 Delphos Herald, Inc.
business in the 1400 block of North Main Street. Officers met lowing individuals appeared DELPHOS — Kevin Thitoff, David Thornberry,
with the business owner who had found that an item was stolen Wednesday before Judge 55, of Delphos, passed away Group Publisher
from the property. Martin Burchfield in Van Wert from a very aggressive form of Lori Goodwin Silette,
On May 20, officers met with a female in the 800 block of County Common Pleas Court: pneumonia on Thursday at St. circulation manager
West Skinner Street who reported receiving a threat from her Bond violation hearing Rita’s Medical Center in Lima.
son. The woman’s son lives a long distance away from her David Brooks, 32, He was born April 28, 1961, The Delphos Herald
therefore she requested that no charges be pursued. Delphos, appeared for a bond to Charles “Dick” and Linda (USPS 1525 8000) is published
On Sunday, officers spoke with a male in the 400 block of violation for failing to report (Barnes) Thitoff. His mother Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Dewey Street in reference to a violation of a court order. The to probation. He admitted to preceded him in death on Nov. The Delphos Herald is deliv-
male told officers that another male was ordered not to have the violation and the court 18, 1994, and his father sur- ered by carrier in Delphos for
any contact with him and that order was violated. Officers ordered him held in jail until vives along with his step-moth- $0.96 per week. Same day
spoke with the other male and found that he had made con- 4 p.m. Friday to allow com- delivery outside of Delphos is
er, Geralene Claypool, in Delphos. In 2000 Kevin became a stepson done through the post office for
tact. A report was forwarded to the Allen County Juvenile pletion of his interview for to Geralene, who filled in the role as Kevin’s’ mother very well. Allen, Van Wert and Putnam
Probation Department to be reviewed for a probation violation. his pre-sentence investigation. He is survived by two brothers, Jeff (Lanette) Thitoff and Counties. Delivery outside of
On Monday, officers located and arrested 32-year-old Sentencing is set for June 8. Marvin (Kathleen) Thitoff, both of Delphos; a sister, Brenda (Larry these counties is $72 per year.
David Brooks of Delphos on a probation violation. Brooks was Changes of plea R. Brown) Thitoff of Delphos; five nieces and nephews, Barry, Entered in the post office
transported to the Van Wert County Jail. thomas Keller, 50, Seth, Kayla, Samantha and Sarah; and paternal grandmother, Mary in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
On Monday, officers were sent to the 800 block of West Delphos, Theft F5, amend- Thitoff. Periodicals, postage paid at
Skinner Street to investigate a neighbor dispute. Officers ed to attempted theft, misde- Kevin was a member of the VFW Ppost 3035 and Union Local Delphos, Ohio.
arrived and spoke with all parties involved. One of the males meanor 1. The court ordered a 1472. He had worked at Federal Mogul for 32 years as a tool and
involved, who is on probation, had brandished a makeshift pre-sentence investigation and die maker. He was a huge Ohio State Buckeyes and Cincinnati 405 North Main St.
weapon. A report was sent to the Van Wert County Juvenile set sentencing for July 13. TELEPHONE 695-0015
Reds fan and he truly enjoyed playing golf. Office Hours
Probation Department to review for a probation violation. Arthur Halas, 23, Celina, Funeral services will begin at 2 p.m. on Sunday at Harter and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
On Tuesday, officers met with a female who wished to changed his plea to guilty to Schier Funeral Home, the Rev. Rich Rakay officiating. Burial will POSTMASTER:
report an Identity Theft. The female told officers that an theft, felony 5. He then request- be at a later date. Send address changes
unknown person had used her personal identifying information ed, and was granted, Treatment Friends may call from 2-8 p.m. today at the funeral home. to THE DELPHOS HERALD,
to make purchases in another state. The incident remains under in Lieu of Conviction and his Memorial contributions may be made to the Relay for Life or 405 N. Main St.
investigation. case was stayed pending com- donor’s choice. Delphos, Ohio 45833
On Tuesday, officers met with a resident in the 900 block pletion of the treatment pro-
of South Adams Street in regards to a criminal damaging gram. Defendant to pay resti-
Deborah renner
incident. The male showed officers a tree that had been cut tution and costs
down in his front yard. As of report time there were no known Bond hearing/time waiver
suspects. tyler roth, 29, Van Wert,
Jan. 13, 1954-May 26, 2016 of Harrod; and three grand-
On Wednesday, an officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop signed a time waiver in open LIMA — Deborah Renner, children, Kellen , Cooper, and The Delphos Herald wants
on a vehicle after observing the driver commit a traffic viola- court and requested a contin-
62, of Lima, passed away on Chase Renner. to correct published errors in
tion. During the investigation of the traffic stop, it was found uance of his July trial date.
Thursday at her residence. Funeral services will begin its news, sports and feature
that the driver, 23-year-old Isaias Cali Perez of Delphos, was Defendant then requested, and She was born Jan. 13, 1954, at 11 a.m. on Saturday at Harter articles. To inform the news-
operating the vehicle without ever obtaining a driver’s license. prosecutor agreed to reducein Lima to Wesley Lloyd and and Schier Funeral Home. room of a mistake in published
He was issued a citation and will appear in Van Wert Municpal bond to surety bond with a no
Verna Wise. Both preceded her Burial will follow in Gomer information, call the editorial
Court to face the charge. contact order with the victim.
in death. She was united in mar- Cemetery. department at 419-695-0015.
riage to John Goodwin on July Friends may call from 2-8
Corrections will be published

K of C hall to host blood drive

19, 2015; he survives in Lima. p.m. on Friday at the funeral
She is survived by two home. on this page.
sons, Joe (Julie) Renner and Memorial contributions may

information submitted
Ryan (Tracye) Renner, both of
Cincinnati; one sister, Robbin, sponsor code “kofcdel” to (Charles) Schmersal of Ottawa;
be made to the Humane Society
in Lima. BIRTH
To leave condolences, visit
DELPHOS — The Knights of Columbus schedule an appointment. one brother, Scott (Deb) Lloyd st ritA’s
hall will host an American Red Cross Blood Donors must be at least 17 years of age, A boy was born May 24
Drive from 2-7 p.m. June 1. weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good
Call 1-800-RED CROSS or go to red- general health. Helen richardson to Sharon Lucas and Gregory
Rue of Cloverdale.
DELPHOS — Helen Richardson of Delphos passed away
on Friday at her residence.
Arrangements are incomplete with Harter and Schier
Funeral Home. Local

Teen cited in crash

Sat 86/66

CONGRATULATIONS DHi Media 17, of Delphos was exiting 5/28

staff reports the parking lot of Jefferson Partly cloudy early.
DELPHOS — A Delphos High School when she pulled Scattered thunderstorms
to the Class of 2016 and all the graduates of our Union Bank Family
teen was cited for failure to her vehicle into the path of developing in the
yield when entering a road- an SUV driven by Rhonda
way following a two-vehicle Hilvers, 43, of Delphos trav-
The Union Bank is proud to recognize our next generation of afternoon. High 86F.
community leaders. Good luck in all the great things you do next! accident reported at 8:13 p.m. eling northbound on State Winds S at 10 to 15 mph.
Tuesday. Route 66. Chance of rain 40%.
according to police No injuries were reported.
reports, Carleigh Ankerman,
Sun 85/62
Afternoon showers and
thunderstorms. Highs in
the mid 80s and lows in
Mikaylie Dawn Morman Julia Arnold Kyle Neumeier
Pandora Gilboa High School Ottawa Glandorf High School University of St. Francis the low 60s.
MenU MAY 30-JUne 3 SCHOOL ONLY: Sub Mon 85/60
DeLPHos CitY Sandwich/whole grain bun/
sCHooLs lettuce/tomato/pickle, vegeta- 5/30
Monday: NO SCHOOL ble, fruit, milk A few clouds. Highs in
tuesday: Hot Dog/WG thursday: Assorted sand- the mid 80s and lows in
bun, Baked beans, Fritos, wiches/whole grain bun, veg-
Strawberry cup, milk etable, fruit, milk
the low 60s.
Brittny Dawn Elizabeth Stein Storm Walker Brooke Lucke
Bowling Green State University Hardin Northern High School Kalida High School Wednesday: Turkey sau- sPenCerViLLe
sage patty, WG Mini Eggo Monday: NO SCHOOL Tue 85/61
Pancakes or Mini French tuesday: Super nachos,
Toast, Oven Potatoes, Juice salsa & sour cream Mexican 5/31
cup/Fresh Fruit, milk beans w/cheese, applesauce, More sun than clouds.
thursday: WG pasta w/ milk
meat sauce, Garlic bread, Wednesday: Footlong hot
Highs in the mid 80s and
Carrots, 100% Fruit Sherbet, dog or pizza, corn, carrots & lows in the low 60s.
Abbey Acerro Katie Acerro Melany Shaye Honigford milk dip, peaches, milk
Lima Central Catholic Lima Central Catholic Tiffin University DeLPHos st. JoHn’s thursday: Footlong hot Wed 87/64
Monday: NO SCHOOL dog or pizza, corn, carrots &
tuesday: Chicken wrap/ dip, peaches, milk 6/1
whole grain/lettuce cheese, Friday: Last day of school:
Vegetable, Fruit, milk Pizza,Vegetable, Fruit, Milk
Plenty of sun. Highs in
Wednesday: GRADE the upper 80s and lows
in the mid 60s.

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Wheat $4.52
Corn $4.13
Soybeans $10.65
Amanda Giesige Devin Giesige Anthony Shepherd
Ohio State University Kalida High School Shawnee High School
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Click It Or
Anniversary Ticket push
SENIORWISE through June 5
By Ed Clark Information submitted

LIMA — With the Memorial

Day long weekend here, this is a
reminder that law enforcement
all over the nation, including

Gifts of thought from the over 60 crowd... the Ohio State Highway Patrol,
the Lima Police Department,
and the Allen County Sheriff’s
Office, will be working togeth-
er to increase safety on are
were known as the Blue Jays.” roadways. During the annual
Food: A well done T-bone or a Quarter Click It or Ticket Crack Down,
Pounder and French fries, though Art has not law enforcement is working
had a fry since his 1998 heart bypass surgery. to raise awareness about the
Music: “1940’s Big Band Era, Benny importance of wearing a seat
Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Harry James and belt – every time, every trip –
the two dance floors (one inside, one out) at day or night. Law enforcement
Russell’s Point.” agencies are working together
Car: “My first car, a 1934 Grey Ford across not only Allen County,
Sedan. I traded in my bicycle when buying the but all across Ohio and the
car at Raabe Ford.” nation. During this nation-
Sports Moment: “Keeping score (20 al mobilization – Click It or
year scorekeeper) at the State Basketball Ticket!
Choosing to wear a seat belt
Tournament when my son (Dan) played on the
team.” (The memorable 1973 St John’s state Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Van Autreve is easy and can save your life.
runner-up run) Failure to use appropriate vehi-
Favorite president: “FDR was a great Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Van Autreve will celebrate 70 cle safety equipment, including
A Visit with Art Grothouse 94Wise … guy, he got things going after Pearl Harbor. years of marriage on June 1. child passenger safety seats, can
Art Grothouse is a World War II Veteran I liked Kennedy, but he didn’t get a chance Edgar and Gussie were united in marriage on June 1, lead to serious or even fatal
having served with Kelley’s Kobras 494th of even after all he did do.” 1946, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church. injuries. In 2014, all across the
the United States Air Force. A 1939 graduate If I had a magic wand and could fix one They are the parents of three children, Mike (Patti), nation almost half of fatally
of Delphos St. John’s, Art went to work right thing in this world I’d… “I would like to Toni and Tom (Cyndy). They also have six grandchildren injured passenger vehicle occu-
out of high school at Delphos Manufacturing see why the Democrats and Republicans can and 10 great-grandchildren. pants were unrestrained. While
and after being laid off, eventually found never get together on anything. How’s come in Ohio, 56 percent of unre-
Family will join them in Delphos for the celebration
work at the Delphos Bending Company in they can’t get together and do something for strained passenger vehicle occu-
of this wonderful marriage. pants died; in Allen County 67
September 1940. He would spend 47 years the people?” Edgar served in the U.S. Marine Corps, was an agent
working for Delphos Bending/Orbitron, retir- Advice to young people: “Keep on the percent of unrestrained vehicle
for North American Moving & Storage and owned occupants sustained fatal injury.
ing in 1987. straight and narrow and avoid the troubling the Busy Bee Rental & Repair. Gussie was the perfect The numbers say it all – choose
Art recalled his military service days vivid- stuff.” homemaker, keeping life running smoothly for all of the to Click It!
ly beginning with the attack on Pearl Harbor Art continues to enjoy a wonderful life family.
on Dec. 7, 1941. Soon after, he and a number with his wife Mary (Ricker) whom he married See TICKET, page 15
of fired up buddies would look to join the Air in June of 1947. They will celebrate their 69th
Force. Art said he would have surely been wedding anniversary this coming June, yes,
Our local, national and international news
drafted in the year or two following December
1941 but to get into the Air Force, he would
need to enlist and so he did.
69 years! Congrats! Thanks Art.
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His military service would take him from
the Columbus swearing-in to the first grad-
Clark at World in delivered straight to your door everyday.
If you aren't already taking advantage of our
convenient home delivery service, please call us at
uating class of airplane mechanics from the
newly established school in Wichita Falls, PersPective 419-695-0015.
Texas. It was onto B24 specialist training in 405 N. Main St. • Delphos
San Diego where Art learned everything there
was to know about maintaining this critical
strategic bomber. Next stop was Anchorage,
Alaska servicing the B24 in the campaign of
the Aleutian Islands with Art serving most
of his time far from the mainland near the
Aleutian Island of Kiska (nearly 14 months
in all). He then returned stateside for further
training in Idaho before it was out to Hawaii
(Angar) supporting bombing groups there and
then in the Philippines campaign. His final
stop was Okinawa where preparations were
underway for the invasion of mainland Japan.
The atomic bombs of August 6th (Hiroshima)
and August 9th (Nagasaki) 1945 ended any
need for invading mainland Japan.
Art recalled the euphoria of learning ‘the
war is over news” saying that “every gun on
the island that could fire was shot off, it was
the biggest fireworks I’ve ever seen”. His
group returned to Portland, Oregon and even-
tually got back to good old Delphos. While
home on a 15-day furlough, right after the A young military man Art Grothouse 1942:
war, Art recalled the glee of meeting up with During one of many “Friday Drill Days”,
friend and fellow furlougher Ed Clark, and Art Grothouse (and three others) was
seeing Fr. Herr who gave them “a handful of asked to take some photos showing assorted
gas stamps and his car to use while they were military equipment. Later on Art would be
home”. Good Stuff! called in to get his ok for this picture, which
A few of Art’s favorites: would then be featured, on a US War Bonds

We salute these fallen veterans

Color: “Blue and Gold. That’s what we fundraising Poster. (Submitted photo)
were called when I played, long before we

AG reports new twist to IRS scam and all the brave Americans
Information submitted

aging people to look for the
warning signs and to talk to
friends, family, and neighbors
— Don’t respond to ille-
gal robocalls in any way.
Don’t interact with the caller,
of our military who have
Attorney General Mike
DeWine is warning consum-
ers to beware of callers who
about this.”
As part of the scam, con
artists may tell consumers to
and don’t call a number left
on your phone or in a mes-
sage. Responding to a scam
served and continue to serve in
defense of our freedom.
claim to represent the IRS and mail the iTunes cards them- call can result in even more
ask for payment via iTunes gift selves to an unrelated physical calls because it lets con artists
cards, after 10 Ohioans recently address after they’ve gathered know that your phone number

reported losing between $1,000 the numbers over the phone. belongs to a real person.
and $11,500 to the ploy. This may distract the consumer, — Don’t always trust call-
Hundreds of other Ohioans give the scammer more time er ID. Scammers may “spoof”
have reported receiving scam to access the funds, and hinder a phone number, making the
calls that falsely suggest they the consumer’s ability to report number on your caller ID
are in trouble with the IRS. the scam. appear to be from the IRS, even

In the latest twist to the scam, Tips to avoid IRS imposter when it’s not. They may make
the consumer is told to purchase phone scams include: it look like the call is originat-
iTunes gift cards, often worth — Don’t trust threatening ing from a 202 (Washington
$500 each, to resolve the sup- callers. If you receive an unex- D.C.) area code to appear more
posed tax problem. After buy- pected phone call from some- legitimate.
ing the cards, the consumer is one who threatens to arrest you — Check into call-block-
instructed to read the numbers for not paying taxes, be very ing options. Check with your

10790 Elida Rd., Delphos, OH

on the back of the cards over skeptical, especially if you never phone carrier and third-party
the phone. Using this informa- received any written notice. services to determine wheth-
tion, scammers drain the cards’ — Avoid making payments er call-blocking services could
funds, making it nearly impos- over the phone. Don’t trust help you stop unwanted calls.

sible for the consumer to recov- someone who demands that IRS or U.S. Treasury imper-
er the money. you pay immediately over the sonation scams can be reported
“The real IRS is not going phone using a gift card, prepaid to the U.S. Treasury Inspector
to call you unexpectedly and card, or wire transfer. These General for Tax Administration
demand that you pay off tax are preferred payment methods at or
debt using an iTunes card,” for scam artists, because it’s 800-366-4484. Consumers also
Attorney General DeWine said. difficult to recover the funds can contact the Ohio Attorney
“This is not how the IRS oper- once payment is provided. The General’s Office at www.
ates. But con artists are good at real IRS won’t demand that you or
what they do, and anyone can pay over the phone using one of 800-282-0515 for help detect-
fall for scams. We’re encour- these specific methods. ing a scam.
4 – The Herald Saturday, May 28, 2016

CALENDAR OF EVENTS From the Thrift Shop
9-11 a.m.— Delphos Memorial Day!
Project Recycle at Delphos TUESDAY
Fuel and Wash. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — The
9 a.m.-noon — Interfaith Delphos Museum of Postal
Thrift Store is open for History, 339 N. Main St.,
shopping. is open.
St. Vincent dePaul 11:30 a.m. — Mealsite
Society, located at the east at Delphos Senior Citizen
edge of the St. John’s High Center, 301 Suthoff St.
School parking lot, is open. 7:30 p.m. — Alcoholics
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. — The Anonymous, First
Delphos Museum of Postal Presbyterian Church, 310
History, 339 N. Main St., W. Second St.
is open. WEDNESDAY
12:15 p.m. — Testing of 9 a.m. - noon — Putnam
warning sirens by Delphos County Museum is open, 202
Fire and Rescue. E. Main St., Kalida.
1-3 p.m. — The Delphos 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — The
Canal Commission Delphos Museum of Postal
Museum, 241 N. Main St., History, 339 N. Main St., is
is open. open.
7 p.m. — Bingo at St. 11:30 a.m. — Mealsite
John’s Little Theatre. at Delphos Senior Citizen
SUNDAY Center, 301 Suthoff St.
1-3 p.m. — The Delphos Noon — Rotary Club
meets at The Grind. BY MARGIE ROSTORFER us a call at 419-692-2942. Grab a friend floor, along with some cute hats to
Canal Commission
6 p.m. — Shepherds of or two or come make some new ones — cover up from the hot summer sun. Be
Museum, 241 N. Main St., Well helloooo, summer! We went we’d love to have you join us. sure to stop in and check everything out
is open. Christ Associates meet in the
St. John’s Chapel. from still having the heat on in the mid- We would like to thank the post for some great summer fun. Brand new
dle of May (yet never having to use the office for putting together their recent bathing suits and cute tops and shorts
snow blower even once this winter) to food drive. It comes at a time when there with the tags still on are waiting for
quickly getting the pool uncovered now is such great need — summer — when you, too.
so we can cool off with a quick dip! The the kids are out of school. God bless you Garage sales are getting in full swing
weather finally did cooperate enough all for your hard work and dedication now. Be sure to put stopping at the Thrift
so that most of the area farmers are just towards helping those in need of assis- Shop on your to-do list. You know,
about finished up with their planting. I tance. If you know of a family that could we’re air-conditioned for your shopping
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Twelve-year-old daughter’s
birthday stirs memories of
seven-day hospital stay Kitchen Press
This day is going way too fast Asparagus with
for me. I finished sewing daughter Homemade Cheese Sauce Grilled Ribeye (Rib) Pork Chops
Susan’s cape and apron for the wed- 2 cups fresh asparagus, chopped with Easy Spicy BBQ Sauce
ding of niece Lovina and Benjamin to 1-2 inch pieces Ingredients:
4 ribeye (rib) pork chops, about 1-inch thick
tomorrow. Susan had her dress 1 1/2 cups milk
Salt and pepper, to taste
almost done so I also finished sew- seasonings to taste Olive oil, for brushing grill grate
ing that. 3/4 cup soft cheese, cut-up Just in time for grill season.
Last night I finally finished my Thickening: Spicy BBQ Sauce
dress, cape, and apron. I will be 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 teaspoon olive oil
cook at the wedding and was asked 4 tablespoons water 1/2 yellow onion, chopped
to wear smoke blue. Susan and her ten at that time. My doctor was think- Mix together. 1/4 cup ketchup
friend Mose will be table waiters and ing of sending me to a bigger hospi- Cook fresh asparagus just until 1 tablespoon brown sugar
Susan has to wear periwinkle. None tender. Add milk, then add seasoning 1 tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
tal, but I took a turn for better and 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
of us had a color like that so it meant was transferred out of ICU the last to taste. When hot, add soft cheese.
more sewing. With Susan working When cheese is melted, stir in the 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
few days. Chive Mashed Potatoes
at the factory and training her pony I had our first six children at thickening. Vary thickness by using 3 russet potatoes, peeled and chopped into 1-inch
in the evenings, she had a hard time home with Joe’s Aunt Sylvia as my more or less cheese. cubes
getting to her sewing. And we can all midwife. This was so different to not 2 tablespoons chives, chopped
guess which job was more interesting have all the family together as soon as 3 tablespoons heavy cream
and important to her. She’s a fan of the baby was born. It was hard not to Cooking Directions:
being outdoors. see my baby for those few days, but Preheat the grill over medium high heat and brush
Today, May 18, daughter Lovina is I was so sick I didn’t really feel up with olive oil. Season the chops with a generous amount
12 years old. She brought her friend of salt and pepper on both sides.
to anything. Seven weeks later I had
Marianna home with her from school Place pork on the grill for 8-9 minutes, turning once
my gall bladder removed and felt so halfway through, until cooked to an internal tempera-
last night. They enjoyed each other’s much better. Lovina has grown into a ture of 145 degrees F. Remove pork from the grill, tent
company. Lovina got up earlier than sweet young girl. She does very well it with foil; let it rest for 3 minutes.
usual so she could pop some popcorn in school and loves to read and write. To make the mashed potatoes, add potatoes to a pot
to treat her classmates. Her class- She is outside helping Susan with with water, over high heat and boil for 15 minutes.
mates like the sour cream and cheddar her ponies every chance she gets. Drain the water and add the heavy cream. Mash the
popcorn she makes. Washing dishes is probably her least potatoes until smooth. Stir in the chopped chives, salt
This morning while sewing, my favorite thing to do. and pepper.
thoughts traveled back to Lovina’s I am more than blessed with the fam- To make the Spicy BBQ Sauce, heat the oil in a pot
birth 12 years ago. We had moved in ily I have. They made me feel so loved over medium heat. Sauté the onion until soft and add
March and were still not unpacked. ketchup, brown sugar, Worcestershire, vinegar, and cay-
on Mother’s Day. I was given flowers, enne. Simmer for 15 minutes so the sauce thickens and
Sister Emma and Jacob were in the and lots of thoughtful gifts from Joe
process of getting ready for a public turn off heat. Once cooled, puree the sauce in a blender.
and the children. My sister Emma and Serve the chops alongside the potatoes and a spoon-
auction on their property in Berne, her husband Jacob had council meeting ful of BBQ sauce.
Indiana. Life was not very settled (which our churches have prior to com- 4 servings (1 serving: 1 chop, 1/2 cup mashed pota-
yet after moving a family of eight to munion) on Mother’s Day. Everyone toes and 2 tablespoons sauce)
Michigan. I had been having trouble was treated to ice cream in honor of all
with gall bladder attacks and ended the mothers there. What a thoughtful
up having Lovina three weeks early and kind deed! Joe and Lovina’s asparagus is
by emergency C-section. Our asparagus crop is slowly dying getting tall but still tastes good
Due to complications I was in the
hospital for seven days. I spent my
off. Joe picked a few radishes from
the garden last night. Usually I beat
chopped into Lovina’s recipe for
cheese sauce. (Submitted photo) THANKS FOR READING
News About Your Community
birthday in ICU and wasn’t allowed

Delphos heralD
him to the first radishes. Those first
to go see the baby for a few days due ones of the season are always the Lovina Eicher is an Old Order The
to a high fever. My husband Joe spent best. Green onions are almost ready. Amish writer, cook, wife and mother
his day visiting me and then holding Rhubarb is ready and so is the spear- of eight. Formerly writing as The
and feeding Lovina her bottles. We mint and peppermint tea. We are Amish Cook, Eicher inherited that 405 N. Main St., Delphos, OH 45833 419-695-0015
weren’t on the same floor in the hos- enjoying ice tea. It will taste even column from her mother, Elizabeth
pital. At night Joe tried to sleep on better once it warms up outside. Coblentz, who wrote from 1991 to Got a news tip? Need to promote an event or business?
chairs in the waiting room. He would We had a few snow flurries Sunday 2002. Readers can contact Eicher Nancy Spencer, editor Advertising:
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Specialist (CORN newsletter, 2016-13) and Ed Lentz.

The delayed planting this spring has allowed many

weeds to survive longer and get larger compared to other
growing seasons. At this time, some fields have weeds
with striking yellow flowers. In fact, some of these
fields have so many yellowed-flowered weeds that it
resembles a new crop in the area. Agronomists call this
yellowed-flowered plant cressleaf groundsel because the
leaves resemble those of garden cress and watercress.
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Butterweed is another common name as well as yellow-
Tuesday, June 14
top, golden ragwort, and yellow ragwort. While it is most 3:30-7:00pm
often found in no-till corn and soybean fields that have not
yet been treated with burndown herbicides, there seems
to be an above-average number of wheat, hayfields and $9.00 buys:
pastures with substantial populations.
Cressleaf groundsel can be identified by its hollow and • 1/2 BBQ Chicken
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Herbicides used by farmers in cultivated fields will • Green Beans
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tures, control is more difficult and may require a combi-
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early spring when plants are small and most susceptible
to herbicides. nation of herbicides and mowing. Typical broadleaf herbi-
Groundsel belongs to the Aster/Composite family, cides are effective in lawn situations and would eliminate
which includes dandelions and sunflowers. Some people groundsel. In other landscape settings, plants may actually Pre-Sale tickets out now until June 3rd
may mistake groundsel as wild mustard, such as yellow have to be removed by hand. The weed with bright yellow
flowers will soon disappear as farmers apply herbicides through the OSU Extension Office or any
rocket, but mustards plants are in the old taxonomy fam-
ily of Cruciferae because their flowers are four petals in and plant crops over the next few weeks. 4-H Member, limited day of BBQ meal
a cross shape. Flowers in the aster family are daisy-like For hayfields and pastures, major management goals at
this time are mowing infestations soon enough to prevent
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Cressleaf grounds emerges in the fall and overwinters seed production, and deciding what the risk of toxicity in Chik N House.
as a rosette of leaves. Often these leaves will be deep pur- hay or straw is based on the level of infestation. Cressleaf
ple on the underneath side. In the spring, the main stem groundsel should not be present in hay fields following
will elongate and produce flowers at the end of branches the first cutting. However, it is advisable to scout fields
in late fall for the presence of newly emerged plants, and Text @4hbbq to the number 81010
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6 – The Herald Saturday, May 28, 2016

More Tri-County track and field clinches State
BY JIM METCALFE 800-meter run (1:58.43).
DHI Media Sports Editor “About the last 300 meters is when I kicked it in and I
have a good finish,” Maag
TROY — One might noted. “We didn’t do any dis-
call Friday’s Division III tance work this week; the
Regional Championship per- conditioning is already there
formance at Troy Memorial for that. We worked on noth-
Stadium by Tri-County track ing but sprints because that’s
and field athletes pretty suc- the key at this point of the
cessful. season; the finishing kick.
After all, four clinched It’s also more mental than
titles, two relays and and an physical at this time of year
individual took second and and you have to stay mentally
two others were third. focused.”
They were led by Ottoville Ottoville’s girls
sophomore Brendan Siefker, 4x400-meter relay of sopho-
who doubled in both the boys more Lindsay Schweller and
1,600-meter (4:24.06) and juniors Madison Knodell,
3,200-meter (9:37.23) runs. Honigford and Mangas was
“I was really working second (4:03.92). Ottoville’s Brendan Siefker has a huge lead in his 1,600-
hard on my lap times during “We are feeling great right meter victory Friday, coming back to later grab the 3,200
practice this week and I now. We’re representing as well. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
was almost spot-on for the Ottoville well,” Knodell said.
race; I’m very happy with “We always have a lot
that,” Siefker explained. “I of people here supporting know what I’ll have to throw Goecke, sophomore Chris
was shooting for a 9:36 in us. That makes it even more to win but I likely will have Picker and junior Calvin
the 3,200 and got a 9:37, so special, especially to have to throw better than I have to Wilson finished second
I’m happy for that as well. your parents here supporting have a chance.” (1:32.08).
This whole season has been a Lincolnview senior Hunter Blankemeyer clears the last you and cheering you on,” Spencerville’s 4x200-me-
process. I simply started out hurdle on his way to taking the boys 110-meter hurdles Schweller summed up. ter relay of junior Gary
looking to improve my time title during Friday’s Troy Regional Track and Field Spencerville senior Evan Schrolucke, senior Zach
each and every week and I Championships. Pugh was second in the boys See MORE, page 7

Stockwell named
did that; I don’t think I ever shot put (51-9 3/4) to go
took a step back. I kept drop- along with his boys discus
ping my times and moving but false-started, so I never right now, so it suits me pret- title from Wednesday.
up; it’s all starting to really want to let that happen again. ty well,” he observed. “I’m “It’s not my personal

first team all-NWC

come together for me, exact- I really focus on the gun and still smarting from my losses record (54-0) but it steadily
ly at the right time.” not jumping the gun. I may at the NWC meet because it gets better as I go. You want
His Ottoville teammate, not always get off quickly but put the thought in mind that to be peaking at this time
junior Alicia Honigford, was I can make up for it.” I was beaten and can get beat of the season,” he explained.
first in the girls 100-meter Lincolnview senior Hunter again, so I have to go that “There are still things to iron
hurdles (15.86) Blankemeyer clinched first in much harder. The 300 is more out, as everyone moving on
“It’s awesome. We have so the 110-meter hurdles (14.61) of endurance sprint, almost will probably tell you, so
much support from our com- and later returned to take like a 400-meter dash. I’m there’s work to do. I have
munity and our teammates; third in the 300-meter hurdles still doing well with it but high expectations for myself
they really push us on to be (40.65). probably need to speed up but mostly, I want to compete
the best we can,” she said. “The 110 is my better between hurdles. “ at the highest level I can and
“I made it to State last year event; I have good length and Fort Jennings junior Kyle hope that it’s enough. I don’t
stride and my hurdling is good Maag was first in the boys

Ottoville’s Mangas among those

punching early ticket to Columbus
BY JIM METCALFE week, putting him sixth coming in. mark today by 10 seconds, so we’re still
DHI Media Sports Editor “This wasn’t my personal best, but coming together.” it was my best this year. I hadn’t been “Our coaches always stress to us to
throwing consistently well this year TOT — trust our training. That’s what
TROY — Set the pace. but this is the most important meet of we did today,” Maag said.
Two area track and field athletes did the year besides last week; you have to “We do a lot of talking before a
exactly that by taking individual titles move on from there and then move on meet; we might tell a joke if we are too
during Wednesday’s field-event finals from here,” Pugh said. “My PR is 156 tight and we definitely stay hydrated,
at the Division III Regional Track and feet last year, so I know I have more I especially when it’s warm like this,”
Field Championships at Memorial Field can give. You always have something Finn said. “The competition makes you
at Troy High School. you can improve because any thrower run your best; it helps you focus on
Ottoville junior Brooke Mangas set will tell you there are 30 things you can what you need to do because everyone
a meet record of 5-7 (and barely missed always improve. else here is good enough to beat you.”
on the state mark of 5-9) to grab the “My focus is now on the shot put Those that were in Wednesday’s
girls high jump, while Spencerville Friday; that’s the only thing I’m wor- event finals and placed but did not
senior Evan Pugh claimed the boys dis- ried about and until that’s done, that advance were:
cus throw with a mark of 151-4. is my favorite event. The pressure is Lincolnview’s boys 4x8 relay of
No matter how successful Mangas is definitely off me right now because of junior Austin Elick, senior Colton
in this particular event — she is defend- today, though.” Snyder, freshman Karter Tow and
ing her 2015 state title and finished Fort Jennings boys 4x800-meter senior Trevor Neate ended up sixth in Delphos Jefferson junior Jace Stockwell was named to
ninth at State as a freshman — she has relay of junior Dylan Wiechart, senior the event (8:26.82); Jefferson senior the all-Northwest Conference first team for his efforts on
a down-to-earth approach. Drew Grone, sophomore Ian Finn and Dylan Hicks, seventh in the boys pole the baseball diamond this spring. Stockwell’s standout
“You can’t take any jump not seri- junior Kyle Maag took third in that final vault (12-6); Lincolnview’s 4x800-me- performance earned him a third-place finish in conference
ously. You have to stay focused for (8:20.3). ter girls relay of freshmen Brayden Player of the Year balloting. (DHI Media/John Parent/file)
every jump because you never know; “We’re going to State! We’re going Langdon, Rylee Byrne and Madeline
you could have an injury or a bad day to State!” said Maag after a tremendous Snyder and senior Anna Gorman was Information Submitted
and you’re done,” she said. “You have anchor leg rallied the Musketeers into 10th (10:15.42). In voting by Northwest Conference baseball coaches for
to get better at every step and every- the third-place finish. Those in Wednesday’s field finals the 2016 baseball season. senior Damon Egnor, a pitcher from
thing you do. You can’t look ahead at “It’s always been a dream to get that did not place were: Paulding, was named Player of the Year after being runner-up
all because the competition is too good there but we hadn’t realized it yet until Spencerville sophomore Gage for that honor last season.
to take for granted. It becomes easier to now,” Wiechart said. Bellows, 13th in the boys pole vault Egnor was a near-unanimous selection receiving 199 out of
stay grounded and keep working hard “We haven’t had a lot of time togeth- (10-0); Parkway’s Caden May, ninth a possible 200 points in the balloting.
because of that.” er because of the early meets that were in the boys long jump (20-1.25); and Crestview senior Colby Clifton finished second in the bal-
Pugh had to step his efforts up from cancelled; we’re still coming together,” junior Clista Hellwarth, 13th in the girls loting with Jefferson junior Jace Stockwell finishing third.
his 137-foot throw in Districts last Grone said. “This was our team-best high jump (4-8). Paulding coach Travis McGarvey tallied 20 points to be
named Coach of the Year at the all-conference selection meet-
ing Monday evening in Delphos. McGarvey led Paulding to a
7-1 record and a co-championship with Spencerville.
Spencerville’s coach Shane Falke finished second in the
coach of the year balloting. It was Paulding’s 14th NWC cham-
pionship and Spencerville’s 2nd league championship.
Egnor compiled 2 no-hitters in his 5 conference starts. In
one of those games he retired every batter by strikeout. He
allowed only 6 total hits during conference play.
Complete results for the Northwest Conference are list-
ed below:
First Team:
Damon Egnor PL 12; Colby Clifton CV 12; Jace Stockwell
DJ 11; Brayden Sautter ADA 12; Corbin Edwards PL 12; Thad
Ringwald SV 11; Tyler Richey LV 12; Brent Wilson AE 11;
Dakota Bricker BL 10; Spencer Rolsten CV 11; Hunter French
SV 12.
Second Team:
David Wisher SV 12; Lupe Martinez PL 10; Brady Becker
SV 11; Matt Bowden BL 11; Caden Hurless CV 10; Reid
Spencer AE 10; Jake Utendorf CG 12; Jalen Roberts LV 12;
Gage Mercer DJ 12; Grant Schroeder CG 11.
Honorable Mention:
Aaron Everhart ADA 10; Jacob Painter CV 11; Chayton
Overholt LV 10; Reid Stechschulte CG 11; Bret Ketchum AE
12; Preston Johanns PL 11; Jordan Miller CV 12; Damien
Dudgeon DJ 12 Cole Schmersal LV 12; Cameron Doster PL
11; Luke Carpenter SV 11; Coleton Shilling AE 12; Kole Wyss
AE 12; Ryan Verhoff CG 12.
Final Northwest Conference Standings (league games
Ottoville junior Brooke Mangas (top left) attempts to set a new State high jump record after grabbing a Division III only):
Regional title Wednesday at Troy. … Spencerville senior Evan Pugh (right) enjoys his gold medal in the boys discus. 1. Paulding 7-1/1. Spencerville 7-1, 3. Crestview 6-2,
… Fort Jennings senior Drew Grone waits for junior Dylan Wiechart for the handoff (bottom left) in the boys 4. Jefferson 5-3, 5. Lincolnview 4-4, 6. Allen East 3-5, 7.
4x800-meter relay, where the Musketeers clinched third and a berth in Columbus. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe) Bluffton 2-6, 8. Columbus Grove 1-7/8. Ada 1-7. Saturday, May 28, 2016 The Herald — 7

Wildcats ousted in regional final
By Daniel Joseph played so good for so long, you just don’t ever expect them to
DHI Media Staff Writer make a bad play, but it happens. It’s part of the game and that team over there (Fort Recovery) is going to take advantage of
a mistake every time.”
HAMLER — Tournament time is win or go home and Kalida turned to Owen Recker, a freshman, to start the
that was the case for the No. 3 Kalida Wildcats and No. 10 game on the mound.
Fort Recovery Indians on Friday as they met in the OHSAA “Our two aces were unavailable today and those guys are
Division IV regional final game at Patrick Henry High School. real special,” Recker said. “It was tough putting a freshman in
Fort Recovery broke open the game in the middle innings that spot today but he has electric stuff. However, a good team
and cruised to an 11-1 victory and a trip to Columbus next like this will expose that. They’ll (the pitching staff) have bet-
week. ter days and we’ll have better days. What a great experience to
With a runner on second and two men out in the top of the throw two freshman in a regional final game. I hope it makes
first inning, Jacob Homan lined a shot up the middle for a them hungry to get back here.”
base hit and Jackson Hobbs rounded third and headed home. Fort Recovery advances to play in its second consecutive
Wildcat centerfielder Austin Swift rocketed the ball to home Final Four at Huntington Park in Columbus. Last season,
plate where catcher Jeff Knueve tagged Hobbs to save a run the Indians were knocked out of the tournament by Newark
and end the inning. Catholic, 4-0. They will play Newark Catholic again on
The proceeding inning-and-a-half were quiet, 1-2-3 innings, Friday, June 3 at 4 p.m. Kalida catcher Jeff Knueve awaits a throw as Fort Recovery’s
but that would change in the third as the Indians sent 13 batters “I wouldn’t say that this game will be for redemption,” Ross Homan (7) approaches the plate during a Division IV
to the plate and scored seven runs. Jacob Homan highlighted Fort Recovery head coach Jerry Kaup said. “Last year gave regional championship game in Hamler on Friday, May 27,
the inning with a drive to right-center field that landed on the us a road map of what it takes to play in the tournament and 2016. The Indians advanced to State with an 11-1 win. (DHI
other side of the wall for a two-run homer. Kalida was forced move on. We got to Columbus and got beat by the eventual Media/Daniel Joseph)
to make two pitching changes over the course of the inning state champion. We played well and that’s what we wanted to
and would use five pitchers on the evening. do. This year is just another chance and we’re thrilled with the Boughman 1b 5-1-2-0, Davis Will pr 0-1-0-0, Kyle Schroer lf 3-1-0-0, Chase Bruns c
Kalida managed to get one run back in the fifth inning journey we’re taking this year. If we go down there and play 3-1-0-1, Ross Homan rf/2b 2-1-0-0, Will Homan cf 3-2-2-2; Totals 31-11-9-8
when Trent Siebeneck grounded out to plate Noah Lambert. good baseball, we’ll be happy.” Trent Siebeneck rf/p 3-0-0-1, Trevor Maag lf 3-0-0-0, Austin Swift cf 2-0-0-0, Jeff
Lambert had led the inning off with a single. With the loss, Kalida historic season comes to an end with Knueve c 3-0-0-0, Braden Decker dh 1-0-0-0, Owen Recker p 0-0-0-0, Kevin Hamburg
rf/p/2b 0-0-0-0, Grand Laudic p 0-0-0-0, Derek Buss ph 1-0-0-0, Brady Laudick 1b
Fort Recovery plated two more runs in the fourth inning a record of 23-2. The Wildcats are losing five seniors, but are 3-0-0-0, Noah Lambert ss/p 2-1-1-0, Trevor Lambert ph 1-0-0-0, Austin Klausing 3b
and a run in both the sixth and seventh innings to round out returning a lot of experience and depth to much of their roster. 2-0-1-0, Josh Klausing 0-0-0-0, Trent Gerding 2b/ss/p 3-0-0-0; Totals 25-1-2-1
E — Thwaits, Hobbs, J. Homan, A. Klausing 2, N. Lambert, B. Laudick; LOB — FR
the scoring. “We’ve got a lot of young talent coming back; the cupboard 9, K 5; 2B — Boughman, W. Homan; SAC — Wendel; SB — Hobbs 2, Bruns
“My hat’s off to them (Fort Recovery), they are one heck is not bare,” Recker said. “I think that today will make these Fort Recovery 007 201 1 - 11 9 3
Kalida 000 010 0 - 1 2 4
of a baseball team,” Kalida head baseball coach Joe Recker kids want to come back. Twenty-three wins is a school record Pitching: ip-h-r-er-bb-k
said. “We knew the game would be tough, but my goodness and this is the best win percentage that Kalida has ever had. Fort Recovery
Thwaits (W) 5.0-2-1-1-2-4
were they good.” Our seniors are hurting right now and I’m hurting with them, Wendel 2.0-0-0-0-1-0
The Wildcats struggled to find the strike zone as they but they are going to reflect back and realize just how special Kalida
O. Recker (L) 2.2-4-4-4-2-2
walked 10 batters on Friday and allowed a total of nine hits. this year was. Not only are these kids good baseball players, Siebeneck 0.0-1-3-2-3-0
Defensively, Kalida committed four errors, three of which they are good people.” N. Lambert 0.2-0-2-1-3-0
G. Laudick 3.0-4-2-2-2-1
directly led to runs scored for the Indians. *** Gerding 0.2-0-0-0-0-0
“It just seemed like we got a little rattled and that will FORT RECOVERY (11)
Nick Thwaits p/rf 4-0-1-1, Cade Wendel 2b/p 4-0-1-2, Jackson Hobbs 3b 2-2-1-0,
WP — Thwaits, Laudick; Pitches-strikes — Thwaits 89-53, Wendel 26-17, Recker
55-29, Siebeneck 22-7, N. Lambert 27-11, G. Laudick 50-29, Gerding 3-3
happen,” Recker said. “These kids are human beings. We’ve Cahaus Metzger pr 0-0-0-0, Jacob Homan ss 4-1-2-2, Ethan Schoen pr 0-1-0-0, Hunter

Gaerke, 12th in the boys
3,200-meter relay (10:52.41).
Spencerville junior Austin
Conrad, 13th in the boys
1,600-meter run (4:50.51).
Spencerville’s boys fin-
ished second (33 points) in
the team race, Lincolnview
13th (24), Ottoville 15th
(20), Fort Jennings 16th (19),
Jefferson tied for 32th (6) and
St. John’s tied for 36th (4).
The Lady Green’s 28
points were seventh in the
team race, Parkway 14th
(18), Spencerville tied for
Fort Jennings Kyle Maag holds off his opponent to clinch 27th (6) and Jefferson and
the boys 800-meter run. See web for more pictures of the Lincolnview tied for 37th (1).
events. The 2016 State Track and
Field Championships begin
Friday morning at venera-
(Continued from page 6) Those on the podium that ble Jesse Owens Memorial
did not advance to State were: Stadium on the campus of
“We were faster last year Jefferson’s 4x100-meter The Ohio State University in
than the team we had but we boys relay of senior Josh Columbus with the Division
had to have two guys step Teman, senior Adam Rode, III 4x800-meter relay in both
up (Schrolucke and Picker); junior Drew Reiss and fresh- boys and girls, as well as the
they’ve done a great job fill- man Kole McKee, fifth preliminaries and finals in the
ing in and getting better,” (43.91); and their 4x100-me- field events.
Goecke said. ter girls relay of senior They continue Friday
“We have high expecta- Taylor Stroh, sophomores afternoon with more of the
tions every year and we did Mikayla Bennett and Kendall preliminaries in finals in the Ottoville’s Alicia Honigford finishes the last hurdle on her way to grabbing the 100-meter
before the race. There are Marquiss and senior Brooke field events, as well as the girls final. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
more nerves because of it Gallmeier, eighth (52.30). running prelims, in all three divisions. rest of the finals Saturday three divisions.
because you want to meet St. John’s 4x100-me- They finish up with the morning and afternoon in all

Preston is NWC POY; Jefferson’s

those expectations,” Wilson ter boys relay of senior
added. James Buettner, sophomore
Spencerville sophomore Ike Musser, junior Deven
Gabrielle Goecke finished Haggard and senior Jordan

Hartsock, Thompson among honored

third in the girls pole vault Mohler, sixth (44.05).
(10-8). Spencerville senior Mason
“I broke my school record Nourse, fifth in the 300-meter
of 10-6. It was a great day hurdles (42.06); and Wilson,
to vault; it’s pretty easy to sixth in the boys 100-meter Information Submitted
stay warmed up on a day like dash (11.40);
this,” Goecke said. “I find the Fort Jennings Grone, sixth In voting by Northwest Conference
competition and the camara- in the boys 400-meter dash softball coaches for the 2016 softball
derie among the competitors (51.77). season. senior Jada Preston, a pitcher
great. Vaulters are a different Lincolnview boys 4x4 from Crestview, was named Player of
breed to begin with because relay of freshman Logan the Year.
there is a danger to it; you Williams, senior Hayden Columbus Grove senior Brooke
just have to get it out of your Ludwig, junior Ryan Rager Hoffman finished second in the ballot-
mind and go for it.” and senior Trevor Neate, ing with Spencerville sophomore Kara
Parkway sophomore sixth (3:31.18); and Neate, May finishing third.
Sydney Crouch was third in seventh in the boys 800- Preston finished the season with a
the girls long jump (17-1) meter run (2:01.71). record of 17 wins vs only 3 losses for
and third in the 100-meter St. John’s senior Curtis the Knights. In 117 innings of pitching,
dash (12.69). She also was Pohlman, eighth in the boys she struck out 116 batters and compiled
fifth fourth in the girls 200 800-meter run (2:01.74). an ERA of 1.496 for the season.
dash (26.69). Parkway junior Clista Crestview head coach Carl Etzler
“I’m a half-inch off my Hellwarth fell in the 100- tallied 20 points to be named Coach of
PR in the long jump and I’d meter girls hurdles and fin- the Year at the all-conference selection
like to get that at State. I’m ished last (34.96), as well meeting Monday evening in Delphos. Jefferson senior Claire Thompson fields her position during a game this spring.
also about a hundredth of a as finishing last in the girls Etzler led the Knights to an 8-0 She was named second-team all-Northwest Conference for the 2016 Fast-Pitch
second off on the 100-meter 100-meter dash (12.99). league record (22-4 overall) and the Softball campaign during a meeting of conference coaches. (DHI Media/File
dash,” Crouch said. “It’s awe- Others that participated in school’s 19th league championship in Photo)
some to be going to State in Friday-only events were: softball.
two events and almost a third Lincolnview senior Anna Travis Gallmeier of co-runnerup
as a sophomore. Our goal is Gorman, eighth in the girls Columbus Grove finished second in the Taylor Monday BL 12; Bailey Swartz 11; Katie Prater BL 9; Jenna Henline
to try and be the best we can; 800-meter run (2:22.15); balloting. SV 10; Alexis McCluer AE 12; Kaiti SV 10; Lakin Brant LV 9; Alex Shumate
I’d like to break those records freshman Rylee Byrne, ninth Complete results for the Northwest Newland ADA 10; Olivia Alexander SV 12; Kaylin Hartsock DJ 11; Madisyn
and set new ones.” in the girls 3,200-meter run Conference are listed below: ADA 10; Alena Looser LV 10; Claire Gossard ADA 10; Kendra Johnston SV
They join Ottoville (12:34.82); and Neate and First Team: Thompson DJ 12. 10.
junior Brooke Mangas (1st Blankemeyer, tied for 10th Jada Preston CV 12; Brooke Hoffman Honorable Mention: Final Northwest Conference
in girls high jump) and the in the boys high jump (5-10). CG 12; Kara May SV 10; Teyah Sautter Averey Rumer BL 9; Haylee Standings (league games only):
Fort Jennings 4x800-meter Ottoville freshman ADA 10; Kelsey Beck PL 12; Kyrah Dominique PL 9; Abbie Parkins BL 11; 1. Crestview 8-0, 2. Columbus
boys relay of junior Dylan Brynlee Hanneman, ninth in Yinger CG 12; Brady Guest CV 12; Kristen Etzler CV 11; Sydney Newland Grove 6-2/2. Ada 6-2, 4. Bluffton 4-4/4.
Wiechart, senior Drew the girls discus (102-7). Kylie Wyss AE 12; Sami Fruchey BL ADA 10; Julie Mulholland SV 10; Spencerville 4-4/4. Paulding 4-4, 7.
Grone, sophomore Ian Finn Fort Jennings junior Dylan 12; Tianna Rager CV 12; Audrey Manz Ariana Schmiedebusch AE 12; Allen East 2-6, 8. Lincolnview 2-6, 9.
and junior Kyle Maag (3rd), Wiechart, 10th in the boys PL 10. McKenzie Bame CG 12; Kristen Jefferson 0-8.
who clinched State berths 3,200-meter run (10:36.49). Second Team: Schilt PL 12; Riley Newland AE 10;
Wednesday. Parkway freshman Matt Macala Ashbaugh LV 11; Grace Syd Bowen CV 11; Destiny Price SV
Schroeder CG 11; Cora Millay CV 11;
8 – The Herald Saturday, May 28, 2016

Kalida wins semifinal thriller Van Wert track sends 5
By Charlie Warnimont groundball to short. Lane was a strike from getting out of the on to Division II State
Sentinel Sports Editor inning as he quickly got ahead of Kalida sophomore Braden Decker 0-2. However, Decker didn’t back down and battled BY JIM METCALFE
Lane until he hit a deep flyball to right field. The New London DHI Media Sports Editor
HAMLER — Thursday afternoons Division IV regional
rightfielder appeared to have a beat on the ball, but he was
baseball semi-final contest between Kalida and New London
unable to catch it as the ball bounced high off the eight foot
was not for the faint of heart. Especially if you were a fan of
wall allowing Maag to trot home with the lead run. DAYTON — Every competitor in the Division II Regional
the Kalida Wildcats.
“I was just looking to get Trevor Maag in,” Decker said. Track and Field meet at Dayton’s Perc Welcome Stadium expects
The New London Wildcats had Kalida fans on the edge of
“I wanted to do what I could for the team. Joe (coach Recker) to approach or beat their personal bests as the competition all but
their seats in the sixth and seventh innings with opportunities
was willing to put me in there. Derek (Buss) has been hitting demands it.
to overcome a one run deficit. However, Kalida was able to
well, but the coaches wanted to give them a different look For an individual and a relay, that was good enough to book
work out of trouble in each inning to preserve a thrilling 4-3
today.” passage to next weekend’s State Track and Field Meet at venerable
win in the first of two regional semi-final games at Garrold
“I’ve been saying all year we have 15 guys that can get the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Parrott Field at Patrick Henry High School. Van Wert senior Katie Trittschuh was third in the girls discus
job done,” Recker said. “We have seen what he has done all
With the win, Kalida (23-1) advances to the regional finals with a PR of 125-1, almost seven feet longer than her District throw
year in JV and his chances with the varsity. We decided to go
Friday at 5 p.m. where they will face Fort Recovery at 5 p.m. (118-7) and also setting a school mark.
with a change today. He had a big hit for us in the win over
The Indians defeated Ayersville in the second game Thursday “I have always thrown farther in practices than I do in meets, so
Leipsic Saturday. We keep telling them it takes all 15 guys.”
7-5. New London saw its season end at 24-4. I tried to approach this as just a practice,” she explained. “The thing
However, Swift had to work to keep Kalida in the lead as
“Hats off to them. That is a tremendous team over there,” was, I fouled on my first two throws of the finals. I couldn’t foul
New London loaded the bases in the top of the sixth, with no
Kalida coach Joe Recker said. “They made us work for every- again. It also can be startling when someone hits one of the metal
outs, on a walk, single and a fielders choice play where Kalida
thing. Fortunately we were able to execute and make some poles and you have to calm down again. Fortunately, I was able to
couldn’t get an out. New London was unable to score as Swift
plays at the end.” calm back down, relax and throw my PR.
got the next batter to groundout to short with Noah Lambert
The last three innings kept fans from both teams on the “I give a lot of credit to Alexis Dowdy; she had a lot of success in
throwing home for an out. A strikeout and groundball back to throwing at Van Wert and is throwing in college. Last year was my
edge of their seats.
the mound ended the inning. first time throwing ever; in fact, I had never even been to a track meet,
Kalida had a 2-0 lead going to the fifth as Wildcat starter
In the seventh, New London had a threat going again as so she showed me the ropes. She really helped me learn not only how
Brady Laudick (4 1/3 IN, 2 R, O ER, 2BB, 6 K) held his own
Lane was hit by a pitch leading off and Yates walked. Once to throw with technique but how to compete at varsity track.”
against New London. However, the visiting Wildcats were
again, Swift buckled down getting a strikeout before inducing Van Wert’s boys 4x800-meter relay unit of senior Cade Fleming,
able to get to him in the top of the fifth for two runs chasing
Daedrick Matthews to hit into a 4-6-3 double play to end the sophomore Thane Cowan, freshman Calahan Wolfrum and junior
him from the mound.
game. Dylan Lautzenheiser grabbed fourth place (8:15.2).
Robby Webb opened the New London fifth with a triple
“He’s Houdini,” Recker said with a laugh. “They had the That broke their previous mark of 8:25.01 from last week’s
to deep right field. After a strikeout, Dane Matthews hit a
bases loaded and he worked out of it. He struggled some out Districts.
groundball to third that allowed Webb to score and Matthews
there today. He was having trouble with where he was landing It was even a changed-up lineup, with Wolfrum, Fleming,
was safe at first when the throw to first base was bobbled.
and that’s something we will have to address (if he pitches Cowan and Lautzenheiser the rotation last week.
That ended the day for Laudick on the mound as Austin Swift “It’s something we decided during the week; it worked pretty
here again).
came in to pitch. well today. We’re pretty confident however we line up; it just
“I thought Brady pitched an outstanding game. Not many
A wild pitch moved Matthews to second base before seemed to be what we needed to do,” Fleming said.
people know he had knee surgery in March (basketball injury)
Nathan Thomas reached on an infield single to deep in the “We’re pretty relaxed coming in. We’re out of school now,
and hasn’t throw a lot of innings this spring. I felt he did a
hole at shortstop. Jacob Gerlak reached on a fielders choice which I think helps us,” Cowan observed.
great job keeping them off-balance. Our calling card all season
grounder to shortstop as Thomas was forced at second and “We knew we’d have to run well,” Wolfrum explained. “You
has been pitching and defense and I thought our defensive play
Matthews came home to tie the game at 2-2. Gerlak stole know the level of teams you face here and you know you’re going
today was excellent.”
second base before Ryan Lane lined a single to left field that to have to run your best to advance, which is the goal.”
Kalida took a 1-0 lead in the first inning as Siebeneck
scored Gerlak to give the Wildcats a 3-2 lead. “What was a key for us was physically, the coaches telling
opened the game with a single and took second on a chopper
Lane stole second base and eventually stole third base as D. us to keep hydrated during the week; that’s really important,”
in front of the plate. Swift followed with a single to center, Lautzenheiser added. “The second was mentally, just believing we
J. Yates walked. Swift escaped further trouble with a strikeout.
but was caught stealing for the second out. Jeffrey Knueve could do it. The coaches kept reminding us and telling us that we
“We were able to play our style of baseball in that inning,”
gave Kalida a 1-0 lead as his groundball to shortstop was mis- had the ability to do this, so we were confident we could and ran
New London head coach Tony Hamilton said. “We are a team
played. Decker followed with a single to center and Laudick like it.”
that likes to bunt (sacrifice) and run as we have excellent
walked to load the bases before New London’s Thomas made Placing on the podium in Thursday’s event finals but not moving
speed. We were able to steal a couple of bases that inning and
a fine diving stab of Lambert’s liner up the middle to end the on to State were:
we had that big triple to start the inning. That kind of got us
inning. The Van Wert girls 4x800-meter relay team of junior Natalie
Kalida made it 2-0 in the fourth as Lambert singled with Riethman and sophomores Nicole Clay, Julia Springer and Cassidy
After losing the lead, Kalida wasted little time in evening
two outs and took second on a wild pitch. Austin Klausing Meyers, seventh (10:08.45); and
the score at 3-3 as Trent Siebeneck worked a walk to start the
lined a single to center to score Lambert. Elida junior Jessica Siefker, tied for seventh in the girls high
Kalida fifth and he scored as Trevor Maag lined a triple up the
*** jump (4-10).
right-center field gap. Maag’s hit ended New London starter Those advancing to today’s finals from Thursday’s preliminaries
New London 000 030 0 - 3 6 1
Justin Chaffins day on the mound as the Wildcats turned to were:
Kalida 100 120 x - 4 8 1
Lane. Van Wert’s 4x400-meter boys relay of Lautzenheiser, senior
WP-Swift. LP-Chaffins.
New London pulled their infield in to keep the go-ahead Kristofer Hart, senior Keagan Hardmon and Fleming, third (3:27.4);
DB - Decker (K)
run at third base. The strategy worked as Lane was able to Hardmon, fifth in the boys 400-meter dash (49.58); sophomore
TR - Webb (NL), Maag (K).
retire the first two batters he faced on a lineout to short and a Megan Braun, seventh in the girls 100-meter dash (13.08); and
Hart, eighth in the boys 100-meter dash (11.46); and

Div. III Track and Field Tiffin Regional Results Ottawa-Glandorf senior Kylie Schimmoeller, seventh in the girls
100-meter hurdles (16.61).
In the team standings, Van Wert’s girls were seventh (7 points)
5/25/2016 to 5/27/2016
3 Pandora-Gilboa 51.15 6
4 Montpelier 51.95 5
1 Archbold 4:02.37 10
2 Fre. St. Joseph C.C. 4:03.83 8
and Elida’s was 20th (1.5).
Tiffin Frost-Kalnow Stadium 5 Swanton 52.46 4 3 Northwood 4:04.05 6 Van Wert’s boys were tied for 12th (5).
Event 1 Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
6 Carey 52.48 3
— Fre. St. Joseph C.C. DQ
4 Van Buren 4:04.50 5
5 Arlington 4:06.11 4 Today’s finals commence with field events at 11 a.m. and run-
1 Pettisville 9:40.53
— Van Buren DQ
Event 12 Boys 4x100 Meter Relay
6 Riverdale 4:13.47 3
7 Pettisville 4:14.46 2
ning events at 12:30 p.m.
2 Liberty Center 9:54.14 8 Finals 8 Pandora-Gilboa 4:14.48 1

Coaches recognized
3 Huron 9:56.54 6 1 Wynford 43.27 10 Event 24 Boys 4x400 Meter Relay
4 Antwerp 9:59.01 5 2 Sand. Smcc 43.34 8 Finals
5 Sher. Fairview 10:01.28 4 3 Waynesfield-Goshen 43.94 6 1 Eastwood 3:24.21 10
6 Columbus Grove 10:15.70 3 4 Eastwood 44.08 5 2 Columbus Grove 3:25.41 8
1) 614 Leah Myerholtz 11 2) 610 Kirsten Malsam 11 5 Ash. Crestview 44.09 4 1) 621 Alex Giesige 12 2) 601 Caiden Grothaus 11

3) 605 Allison Choi 10 4) 654 Taylor Ellerbrock 10 6 Toledo Christian 44.10 3 3) 614 Boone Brubaker 11 4) 611 Baily Clement 12
7 Northwood 10:15.76 2 7 Sher. Fairview 44.41 2 3 Waynesfield-Goshen 3:25.94 6
8 Kalida 10:21.43 1 8 Seneca East 44.47 1 4 Allen East 3:26.01 5
1) 20 Kelly Doepker 11 2) 7 Katelyn Siebeneck 12 Event 13 Girls 400 Meter Dash 5 Archbold 3:26.14 4
3) 2 Kierstan Siebeneck 10 4) 6 Taylor Lucke 10 Finals 6 Elmwood 3:26.68 3
Event 2 Boys 4x800 Meter Relay 1 612 Micah Johnston 12 Toledo Chris 56.36 10 7 Montpelier 3:28.54 2
1 Eastwood 8:07.88 10 2 374 Dakota Stamm 9 Archbold 58.77 8 8 St. Paul 3:33.42 1
2 Carey 8:11.42 8 3 326 Miranda Wammes 10 Fre. St. Jos 59.77 6 Event 25 Girls Discus Throw
3 Ayersville 8:15.36 6
4 Bluffton 8:18.22 5
4 101 Allison Arnold 10 Elmwood 1:00.69 5
5 420 Abby Bastien 12 Sand. Smcc 1:00.71 4
1 680 Lyne’a Diller 12 Columbus Gro 157-10 10
2 228 Molly Leppelmeier 11 McComb 142-01 8 Information Submitted
5 Riverdale 8:24.76 4 6 619 Noelle Miller 12 Holgate 1:01.37 3 3 864 Carrol Pauley 11 Riverdale 135-06 6
6 Willard 8:28.64 3 7 835 Madi Weber 11 Riverdale 1:02.33 2 4 465 Grace Rigel 10 Leipsic 122-03 5 COLUMBUS – Throughout
7 Liberty Center 8:29.04 2 8 62 Haley Baker 11 Bluffton 1:05.83 1 5 946 Alexis Miller 12 Patrick Henr 121-06 4
8 Ash. Crestview 8:29.44 1 Event 14 Boys 400 Meter Dash 6 115 Katelyn King 11 Elmwood 120-06 3 the 2015-16 school year, the
Event 3 Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33”
1 333 Spencer Cole 12 New London 49.66 10
7 280 Sidney Taylor 10 Swanton 120-00 2
8 129 Analicia Torres 10 Woodmore 117-08 1
coaches associations of the
1 810 Megan Carey 10 Upper Scioto 15.56 1.9 10 2 611 Baily Clement 12 Columbus Gro 50.07 8 Event 26 Boys Discus Throw sports sanctioned by the
2 500 Claire Keber 12 Tinora 15.58 1.9 8 3 349 Jack Fisher 11 Archbold 50.26 6 1 212 Shae Watkins 12 Arcadia 174-01 10
3 104 Carly Rothert 10 Woodmore 15.60 1.9 6 4 28 Tyler Gahring 12 Willard 50.71 5 2 650 Rece Roney 11 Columbus Gro 159-07 8 Ohio High School Athletic
4 387 Lexa Richardson 11 Archbold 15.71 1.9 5
5 644 Carlee McCluer 10 Columbus Gro 15.73 1.9 4
5 819 Kyle Evans 11 Riverdale 50.72 4
6 509 Mykal Smathers 12 Bucyrus 51.52 3
3 423 Matthew Lamb 11 Sand. Smcc 158-02 6
4 625 Carson Kinney 12 South Centra 151-03 5
Association had the opportunity
6 480 Lauren Willow 11 Arlington 15.74 1.9 3 7 713 Gavin Woods 11 Carey 51.79 2 5 183 Ben Wilt 11 Woodmore 150-10 4 to select one of their own for an
7 596 Raegyn Price 12 Delta 16.72 1.9 2 8 331 Derek Rosengarten 11 Fre. St. Jos 52.26 1 6 376 James Ort 12 Wynford 145-08 3
— 316 Hope Watson 10 Lakota FS 1.9 Event 15 Girls 300 Meter Hurdles 30” 7 721 Ryan Demaline 11 Liberty Cent 143-11 2 OHSAA Sportsmanship, Ethics
Event 4 Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 39”
1 500 Claire Keber 12 Tinora 45.63 10
8 223 A.J. Knepper 12 Arcadia 141-11 1
Event 27 Girls High Jump
and Integrity Award.
1 946 Dylan Snyder 12 Montpelier 14.71 1.2 10 2 331 Allison Schwarzbek 12 Sher. Fairvi 45.83 8 1 116 Emma Daugherty 10 Maumee Va. C 5-05.00 10 Recipients are recognized
2 30 Trevor Bassitt 11 Bluffton 14.73 1.2 8 3 104 Carly Rothert 10 Woodmore 46.70 6 2 1 Lauren Loucks 12 Stritch Cath 5-04.00 8
3 210 Clint Recker 12 Arcadia 14.77 1.2 6 4 825 Emma Denman 10 Margaretta 46.90 5 3 271 Julia Smith 10 Swanton 5-02.00 6 during the state tournament of
4 718 Connor Whitaker 12 Waynesfield- 14.79 1.2 5
5 876 Jarett Hreha 12 Coll Western 14.83 1.2 4
5 111 Jenna Clouse 9 Old Fort 47.10 4
6 810 Megan Carey 10 Upper Scioto 47.44 3
4 104 Carly Rothert 10 Woodmore J5-02.00 4.50 Won jump
off to qual
their respective sport or at their
6 426 Nate Brecht 12 Leipsic 15.18 1.2 3 7 108 Taylor Barnhisel 11 Elmwood 47.46 2 5 480 Lauren Willow 11 Arlington J5-02.00 4.50 annual coaches clinic.
7 701 Alec Myers 12 Liberty Cent 15.20 1.2 2 8 210 Bailie Sutter 10 Evergreen 51.44 1 6 205 Sammantha Thepsour 12 McComb 5-01.00 2.50
8 104 Zachary Spanfellne 12 Elmwood 15.46 1.2 1 Event 16 Boys 300 Meter Hurdles 36” 6 628 Molly Hammersmith 12 Ayersville 5-01.00 2.50 The OHSAA congratulates
Event 5 Girls 100 Meter Dash
1 946 Dylan Snyder 12 Montpelier 38.44 10
8 852 Carlee Marshall 12 Ada J5-01.00 1
Event 28 Boys High Jump
the award winners and thanks
1 602 Monique Goings 11 Wayne Trace 12.30 2.4 10 2 701 Alec Myers 12 Liberty Cent 39.78 8 1 516 Peyton Phillips 11 Delta 6-04.00 10 them for their outstanding ser- Richfield Revere High School
2 5 Kali Hardy 12 Stritch Cath 12.40 2.4 8 3 104 Zachary Spanfellne 12 Elmwood 39.84 6 2 406 Hayden Snow 12 Sand. Smcc J6-04.00 8
3 158 Paige Speelman 11 Stryker 12.55 2.4 6 4 210 Clint Recker 12 Arcadia 39.85 5 3 733 Drew Lament 12 Waynesfield- 6-01.00 6 vice to Ohio’s student-athletes. James Dingus, Girls Track
4 743 Sidney Richardson 10 Ridgemont 12.57 2.4 5
5 911 Bri Lasley 12 Van Buren 12.81 2.4 4
5 460 Owen Adams 12 Colonel Craw 39.88 4
6 657 Josh Kuhn 10 Wayne Trace 40.91 3
4 431 Nathan Willow 12 Arlington J6-01.00 5
5 520 Harley Robinson 9 Bucyrus 6-00.00 4
Individuals selected reflect and Field, Olentangy Liberty
6 709 Kenzie Stein 12 Edgerton 12.82 2.4 3 7 809 Michael Noel 12 St. Wendelin 41.25 2 6 717 Chanse Evans 11 Edgerton J6-00.00 3 the values of sportsmanship, High School
7 707 Allison Vogl 10 Northwood 12.88 2.4 2 — 964 Chris Kleman 11 Allen East DNF 7 964 Chris Kleman 11 Allen East J6-00.00 2
8 852 Carlee Marshall 12 Ada 12.95 2.4 1 Event 17 Girls 800 Meter Run 8 309 Brayden Walker 12 Seneca East 5-10.00 1 ethics and integrity through Jim Muth, Volleyball,
Event 6 Boys 100 Meter Dash
1 809 Maddie Borer 12 St. Wendelin 2:15.53 10
2 403 Elizabeth Sauder 10 Pettisville 2:17.20 8
Event 29 Girls Long Jump
1 612 Micah Johnston 12 Toledo Chris 18-06.50 NWI 10
their professional responsibil- Oberlin Firelands High School
1 406 Hayden Snow 12 Sand. Smcc 10.85 2.0 10 3 316 Brooke Foster 12 Fre. St. Jos 2:17.99 6 2 852 Carlee Marshall 12 Ada 16-11.00 NWI 8 ities and are role models for None Selected, Girls
2 386 Cole Fortner 12 Wynford 10.86 2.0 8 4 609 Morgan Smith 12 Calvert 2:21.07 5 3 12 Stella Dewitt 11 Stritch Cath 16-10.50 NWI 6
3 510 Bailey Storeholder 12 Delta 10.88 2.0 6 5 705 Trinity Fowler 9 Northwood 2:22.47 4 4 317 Ava Stepanic 11 Fre. St. Jos J16-10.50 NWI 5 others. Bowling
4 837 Mason Warnimont 11 Cory-Rawson 10.91 2.0 5
5 213 Hunter Van Wert 9 Evergreen 11.11 2.0 4
6 315 Katie Crites 9 Sher. Fairvi 2:22.48 3
7 327 Chloe Liebold 12 Fre. St. Jos 2:22.88 2
5 381 Emily Roth 11 Archbold 16-09.00 NWI 4
6 612 Meghan Engel 10 Ayersville 16-02.75 NWI 3
The OHSAA is proud to Boys Sports
6 333 Spencer Cole 12 New London 11.18 2.0 3 8 721 Olivia Kundo 12 Liberty Cent 2:24.08 1 7 911 Bri Lasley 12 Van Buren 16-02.50 NWI 2 recognize the following coach- Doug Miller, Baseball,
7 825 Jordan Cotterman 12 Upper Scioto 11.19 2.0 2 10 20 Kelly Doepker 11 Kalida 2:25.48 8 916 Lexi Hassan 12 Van Buren 16-02.00 NWI 1
8 712 Gabriel James 10 Waynesfield- 11.23 2.0 1 Event 18 Boys 800 Meter Run — 652 Bailey Dunifon 10 Columbus Gro FOUL es who received OHSAA Canton Central Catholic High
Event 7 Girls 4x200 Meter Relay
1 311 Nicholas Bame 11 Hardin North 1:57.35 10
2 633 Logan Baugher 11 Eastwood 1:57.62 8
Event 30 Boys Long Jump
1 406 Hayden Snow 12 Sand. Smcc 22-09.50 NWI 10
Sportsmanship, Ethics and School
1 Pandora-Gilboa 1:46.50 10 3 2 Cory Barnett 12 Willard 1:57.69 6 2 946 Dylan Snyder 12 Montpelier 22-05.25 NWI 8 Integrity Awards during the Marty Hill, Boys Basketball,
2 Arlington 1:47.63 8 4 710 Tieler Zimmer 12 Carey 1:58.02 5 3 654 Ryan Reiter 11 Eastwood 21-08.25 NWI 6
3 Van Buren 1:47.85 6 5 324 Austin Johnson 10 Sher. Fairvi 2:00.69 4 4 460 Owen Adams 12 Colonel Craw 21-01.75 NWI 5 2015-16 school year. They Windham High School
4 Montpelier 1:48.64 5
5 Archbold 1:48.97 4
6 706 Andrew Jones 12 Edgerton 2:01.49 3
7 87 Jordan Kortokrax 12 Kalida 2:01.57 2
5 177 J.T. Atkins 11 Woodmore 21-00.00 NWI 4
6 16 Grant Fulk 12 Ash. Crestvi 20-10.25 NWI 3
include: Jeff Howard, Boys Cross
6 Northwood 1:49.90 3 8 702 Colin Burns 12 Liberty Cent 2:03.89 1 7 874 Colton Puder 11 Coll Western 20-07.00 NWI 2 2015-16 OHSAA Country, Peninsula Woodridge
8 563 Taylor Trent 11 Hilltop 20-04.25 NWI 1
7 Calvert 1:50.44 2
8 Columbus Grove 1:50.84 1
Event 19 Girls 200 Meter Dash
Finals Event 31 Girls Shot Put Sportsmanship, Ethics and High School
1) 644 Carlee McCluer 10 2) 652 Bailey Dunifon 10
3) 662 Linnea Stephens 12 4) 650 Rylee Sybert 9
1 612 Micah Johnston 12 Toledo Chris 25.16 1.4 10
2 5 Kali Hardy 12 Stritch Cath 25.83 1.4 8
1 680 Lyne’a Diller 12 Columbus Gro 47-07.50 10
2 228 Molly Leppelmeier 11 McComb 45-04.25 8
Integrity Award Winners Tim Bolender, Boys Golf,
Event 8 Boys 4x200 Meter Relay 3 743 Sidney Richardson 10 Ridgemont 25.87 1.4 6 3 465 Grace Rigel 10 Leipsic 44-01.25 6 Girls Sports Greenfield McClain High
Finals 4 602 Monique Goings 11 Wayne Trace 25.99 1.4 5 4 129 Analicia Torres 10 Woodmore 41-09.50 5
1 Wynford 1:30.44 10 5 381 Emily Roth 11 Archbold 26.13 1.4 4 5 839 Kaylia Black 10 Huron 41-09.00 4 John Diehl, Girls Basketball, School
2 Waynesfield-Goshen 1:30.69 8
3 Montpelier 1:30.83 6
6 707 Allison Vogl 10 Northwood 26.15 1.4 3
7 453 Megan Johnson 12 Arlington 26.40 1.4 2
6 864 Carrol Pauley 11 Riverdale 39-11.75 3
7 381 Olivia Reinhart 11 Fre. St. Jos 36-00.50 2
Warren Howland High School Bill Simpson, Boys Soccer,
4 Liberty Center 1:30.95 5 8 852 Carlee Marshall 12 Ada 26.67 1.4 1 8 162 Audra Rupp 12 Stryker 35-06.00 1 Gwenna Neal, Girls Cross Cincinnati Reading High
5 Ash. Crestview 1:31.29 4 Event 20 Boys 200 Meter Dash Event 32 Boys Shot Put
6 Eastwood 1:31.35 3 Finals 1 212 Shae Watkins 12 Arcadia 56-02.00 10 Country, Warsaw River View School
7 Columbus Grove 1:33.49 2
1) 611 Baily Clement 12 2) 625 Brandt Follas 12
1 837 Mason Warnimont 11 Cory-Rawson 21.96 0.4 10
2 386 Cole Fortner 12 Wynford 22.15 0.4 8
2 721 Ryan Demaline 11 Liberty Cent 54-07.75 8
3 650 Rece Roney 11 Columbus Gro 53-02.50 6
High School Tim Croy , Boys Swimming
3) 622 Lachlan Clymer 11 4) 601 Caiden Grothaus 11 3 510 Bailey Storeholder 12 Delta 22.23 0.4 6 4 625 Carson Kinney 12 South Centra 51-09.50 5 Tammy Talmadge, Field and Diving, Berea-Midpark
— Toledo Christian DNF 4 610 Isaac Urban 11 Toledo Chris 22.34 0.4 5 5 423 Matthew Lamb 11 Sand. Smcc 50-06.25 4
Event 9 Girls 1600 Meter Run 5 876 Jarett Hreha 12 Coll Western 22.48 0.4 4 6 469 Noah Ferguson 12 Colonel Craw 49-04.25 3 Hockey, Toledo Ottawa Hills High School
1 810 Sophia Volpe 11 St. Wendelin 5:07.76 10
2 721 Olivia Kundo 12 Liberty Cent 5:10.03 8
6 705 Tyler Eller 10 Waynesfield- 22.74 0.4 3
7 385 Alizhah Watson 9 Wynford 22.94 0.4 2
7 312 Levi Carmody 11 Archbold 47-11.00 2
8 239 Tyler Coopshaw 12 Evergreen 47-02.50 1
High School Mike McGee, Boys Tennis,
3 405 Alexa Leppelmeier 11 Pettisville 5:15.77 6 — 967 Caleb Smelcer 11 Allen East DNF 0.4 Event 33 Girls Pole Vault Stacey Bailey, Gymnastics, Lodi Cloverleaf High School
4 601 Emma Willett 11 Holgate 5:19.98 5 Event 21 Girls 3200 Meter Run 1 823 Kassidie Stimmel 10 Margaretta 12-03.50 10
5 417 Nichole Foor 10 Pettisville 5:29.45 4 1 608 Morgan Dembowski 11 Toledo Chris 11:33.33 10 2 821 Macie Majoy 11 Huron 11-00.00 8 Cincinnati Anderson High Jack Cheek, Boys Track and
6 375 Gwynne Riley 9 Archbold 5:30.72 3
7 912 Autumn Pisarsky 10 Van Buren 5:39.66 2
2 405 Alexa Leppelmeier 11 Pettisville 11:44.61 8
3 654 Taylor Ellerbrock 10 Columbus Gro 11:46.81 6
3 741 Meadow Cromer 10 Ridgemont 10-00.00 5.50
3 385 Sydney Ranzau 11 Archbold 10-00.00 5.50
School Field, Lancaster High School
8 719 Sarah Beechboard 11 Pandora-Gilb 5:46.99 1 4 604 Gabbi Willett 11 Holgate 11:49.21 5 5 588 Mary Miller 11 Delta 9-06.00 3.50 Cathy Cottis, Girls Golf, Bruce Baarendse, Football,
— 654 Taylor Ellerbrock 10 Columbus Gro DNF 5 65 Elizabeth Nisly 12 Bluffton 12:02.63 4 5 9 Jacee Harwell 10 Paulding 9-06.00 3.50
Event 10 Boys 1600 Meter Run 6 400 Makayla Sullivan 9 Hicksville 12:12.37 3 7 504 Jordan Bucher 9 No. Baltimor 9-00.00 2 Urichsville Claymont High Cincinnati North College Hill
1 151 Samuel Williamson 12 Antwerp 4:24.84 10
2 311 Nicholas Bame 11 Hardin North 4:26.91 8
7 403 Jenna Hinds 12 Sand. Smcc 12:14.37 2
8 803 Grace Moser 9 Huron 12:16.71 1
8 924 Sarah Perez 11 Allen East J9-00.00 0.33
8 266 Hannah Grabke 9 Swanton J9-00.00 0.33
School High School
3 868 Brenden Oswalt 11 Coll Western 4:29.80 6 Event 22 Boys 3200 Meter Run 8 822 Katie Brown 12 Cory-Rawson J9-00.00 0.33 Chris Murphy, Girls Soccer, Mike Reeder, Ice Hockey,
4 625 Sam Church 12 Eastwood 4:30.66 5 1 453 Chad Johnson 10 Colonel Craw 9:26.96 10 Event 34 Boys Pole Vault
5 594 Andrew Ehlers 10 Tinora 4:31.45 4 2 711 Joel Studer 12 Liberty Cent 9:46.66 8 1 707 Colin Etchen 12 Edgerton 15-02.00 10 Waverly High School Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller
6 213 Gavin Shindeldecke 9 Lucas 4:36.50 3
7 332 Logan Garrow 11 Archbold 4:36.52 2
3 702 Trevor Cook 11 Carey 9:48.93 6
4 151 Samuel Williamson 12 Antwerp 9:51.66 5
2 43 Michael Kochenderf 12 Ash. Crestvi 14-10.00 8
3 601 Caiden Grothaus 11 Columbus Gro 14-02.00 6
Brenda Radabaugh, Softball, High School
8 454 Brad Bauer 11 Colonel Craw 4:37.67 1 5 467 Nick Studer 11 Colonel Craw 10:04.87 4 4 341 Cory Depinet 12 Seneca East 13-10.00 5 Oregon Clay High School Mark McGuire, Wrestling,
— 614 Boone Brubaker 11 Columbus Gro DNF 6 805 Nick DeHaven 11 St. Wendelin 10:08.21 3 5 711 Daniel Johnson 12 Ridgemont 13-06.00 4
Event 11 Girls 4x100 Meter Relay 7 703 Cameron Stark 10 Liberty Cent 10:08.72 2 6 302 Garrick Manning 11 Seneca East J13-06.00 2.50 Terry Toaz, Girls Swimming Caledonia River Valley High
1 Columbus Grove 50.81 10
8 402 Michael Myers 9 Hicksville 10:13.96 1
14 93 Adam von der Embse 11 Kalida 11:07.07
6 711 Joshua Searson 11 Waynesfield- J13-06.00 2.50
8 634 Jacob Montag 11 Eastwood J13-06.00 1
and Diving, Macedonia School
1) 613 Raiya Flores 12 2) 650 Rylee Sybert 9 — 604 Preston Brubaker 11 Columbus Gro DNF 9 606 Ryan Tabler 11 Columbus Gro 13-00.00 Nordonia High School None Selected, Boys Bowling
3) 652 Bailey Dunifon 10 4) 662 Linnea Stephens 12 Event 23 Girls 4x400 Meter Relay
2 Wayne Trace 51.08 8 Finals Kathy Shisler, Girls Tennis, Saturday, May 28, 2016 The Herald — 9

This and BOB HOLDGREVE Skidoo
That Window has new
to the owner
Memorial Day

A deal was closed Monday morning whereby Rhodes arrived in the city last Thursday
the Skidoo Restaurant on North Main Street from Fort Wayne via a “side door Pullman”
which has been conducted by Mr. and Mrs. C.E. from the west. He went to the office of the
Sevitz for some time changed hands. William local road machinery company and asked for a
Fulton purchased the business from Mr. Sevitz job. He poured forth a tale of hard luck, stating
“We should guard their her friends and co-workers, and took charge Monday morning. Mr. Fulton, that his wife was lying at the point of death in
graves with sacred vigilance donating the money to benefit the new owner, formerly conducted a dairy in Philadelphia and he was trying to obtain funds
… Let no neglect, no ravages servicemen in need. this city but for some time had been employed at to get back home. Mr, Cole took pity on him
of time, testify to the present Shortly before Memorial the Delphos Bending Works. Mr. Sevitz has not and gave him a job of washing his car. He
or to the coming generations Day in 1922 the VFW would
that we have forgotten as a sell poppies nationally. Two definitely decided upon his future plans. also furnished him with dinner and supper and
people the cost of a free and years later their “Buddy” Delphos Herald, Oct. 2, 1915 bought Rhodes a ticket to Philadelphia over the
undivided republic.” These Poppy program was selling ——————— Pennsylvania at a cost of $15.65. Out of the
are the words of Gen. John artificial poppies made by dis- Chicken Thieves goodness of his heart, Mr. Cole gave the fellow
Logan, national commander abled veterans. Six young men living east of Delphos report- $1.35 for incidentals.
of the Grand Army of the Lest we forget. ed to local police an experience in which they Rhodes left Delphos but went only as far as
Republic. This is the day we pay figured early Tuesday morning, that may result Lima. Here he attracted suspicion to himself by
Memorial Day for all sol- General James Garfield made homage to all those who in the capture of two supposed chicken thieves. trying to exchange his ticket to the Pennsylvania
diers is embodied in the words a speech and the 5,000 par- didn’t come home. This is not The police have several clues and hope to arrest station.
of the oath that they take when ticipants decorated the graves Veteran’s Day, it’s not a cele-
they enlist into the service of bration, it is a day of solemn the crooks. Delphos Herald, Sept, 8, 1915
of the 20,000 Union and The young men, Kenneth Peltier, Hollis ————————
the country: Confederate soldiers buried contemplation over the cost of
I do solemnly swear (or there. The national observance freedom. Morgan, Homer Redd, Ernest Redd, Ernest Two Farms Are Sold
affirm) that I will support and of Memorial Day still takes On Memorial Day, we Leist and LaVerne Hessler, were returning from Two farms have been sold by the Thos. J.
defend the Constitution of the place there today, with the honor the sacrifices of prior a trip to Lima in their buggies early Tuesday Welch Realty Co., within the last few days. The
United States against all ene- placing of a wreath on the generations. We honor the sac- morning. When near the Mennonite church, total consideration being $11,600. The Anthony
mies, foreign and domestic; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier rifices of the men and women about 7 miles southeast of Delphos and 3 miles Kill farm of 20 acres, three miles southwest
that I will bear true faith and and giving each grave a small next door who have served or west of Elida, they met a rig coming from the of Delphos was conveyed to Ed. Youngpeter
allegiance to the same; and American flag. continue to serve our country. opposite direction. The driver refused to give at $150 an acre. Mr. Kill purchased the Jacob
that I will obey the orders of The first state to official- And we should pledge never
the President of the United to forget the true meaning of way and a collision between Morgan’s buggy Mueller place a mile west of Landeck, consist-
ly recognize the holiday was and the truck of the alleged chick thief resulted. ing of 40 acres at a price of $215 per acre.
States and the orders of the New York in 1873. By 1890, Memorial Day. We would not
officers appointed over me, it was recognized by all of have the privilege of cele- Morgan’s buggy and the horse greed itself from Delphos Herald, Sept. 10, 1915
according to regulations and the northern states. The South brating this day and honoring the shafts but was caught before it had gone ————————
the uniform code of military refused to acknowledge the so many memories without very far. Displays Apple of Record Weight
justice. So help me God. day, honoring their dead on the sacrifices of those who During an argument with the strangers in G.W. Laman, a farmer resident southeast
Memorial Day, originally separate days, Jan. 19 in Texas; gave their last full measure of which the young men demanded that Morgan of Delphos, brought to this office an apple of
called Decoration Day, from April 26 in Alabama, Florida, devotion. be paid for the damage to his buggy, one of the record weight. The apple is a Pound Pippen vari-
the practice of decorating Georgia and Mississippi; Let’s all join together to youth discovered that there were a number of ety, topping the scales at 25 ounces and probably
graves, is a day of remem- May 10 in South Carolina; contemplate the cost of our
brance for those who have freedoms…the freedom to chickens in the rear part of his buggy. One of takes the prize for size and weight.
and Jefferson Davis’ birthday the men had made his getaway right after the Delphos Herald, Sept. 8, 1915
died in the service of our in Louisiana and Tennessee, speak our mind…to vote…
country. It was officially pro- until after World War I when to live where we chose…to collision occurred and the other fellow tried to ————————
claimed on 5 May 1868 by the holiday changed from travel anywhere in this great mount his horse which had become freed from NOTICE
General John Logan, in his honoring just those who died nation…the freedom to be the harness. Peltier and Morgan prevented him Stottlemeyer Bros. auto truck will make trips
General Order No. 11. fighting in the Civil War to anything we choose to be… from making his escape in this manner but to the Van Wert Fair on Wednesday, Thursday
“The 30th of May, 1868, is honoring Americans who the freedom to dream… shortly afterward, he manage to get away, leav- and Friday starting from the Stottlemeyer
designated for the purpose of died fighting in any war. The because we are all Americans ing the horse and buggy, both from an ancients Garage, South Main Street, at 8 o’clock each
strewing with flowers, or oth- term “Memorial Day” was and we can come together, to character. morning. Fare is 30 cents. Phone No. 6.
erwise decorating the graves of first used in 1882 and became honor those who have given
comrades who died in defense their all. The local police station was called and Delphos Herald, Sept. 8, 1915
common after World War II. policeman Sam Archer responded, making the ————————
of their country during the late During World War I, the Observe the holiday by
rebellion, and whose bodies poem “In Flanders Field” flying the flag at half-staff in trip by auto. The 10 chickens and the abandoned Will Construct Canal Locks Wall
now lie in almost every city, inspired the placement of honor of the fallen, but raising outfit were brought to this city. A concrete retaining wall will be replacing
village and hamlet churchyard poppies on the graves of fall- it to the full staff at noon where John Bice of Lima, giving his occupation as the wooden structure located immediately west
in the land,” he proclaimed. en soldiers. Moina Michael it remains until sunset and at huckster, came to Delphos Wednesday to claim of the first lock at Dolby & Morton Mill (Third
The date of Decoration wrote her own poem: 3 p.m. local time stop for a the outfit, saying that it had been stolen Monday Street lock) Canal Patrolman James Kohn said
Day, as he called it, was cho- We cherish too, the Poppy Moment of Remembrance, a night. Wednesday. The proposed new all will about
sen because it wasn’t the anni- red That grows on fields minute of silence to remember Delphos Herald, Sept, 8, 1915 60 feet long and 5 feet high. the present wall is
versary of any particular battle where valor led, It seems to and honor those who have
and it’s also believed that date died in service to the nation. ———————— unsightly and does not serve its purpose fully.
signal to the skies That blood Stranded Vaudeville Singer Arrested The work of deepening the channel of the
was chosen because flowers of heroes never dies. As Moment of Remembrance
would be in bloom all over She then conceived of an founder Carmella LaSpada L.D. Rhodes, 32, a stranded Vaudeville sing- canal is still in progress and force of 13 men
the country. idea to wear red poppies on states: “It’s a way we can all er who was arrested by the Lima police for the is now engaged in removing the mud between
The first national cele- Memorial day in honor of ser- help put the memorial back in Delphos authorities upon a warrant filed by Ira Second and Third streets. A wooden scraper
bration of Decoration Day vicemen who died during war. Memorial Day.” Cole, charging the man with obtaining money devised by Mr. Kohn and shovels are being
took place May 30, 1868, at Moina was the first to wear under false pretense, is now doing hard labor used. The mud is being thrown on the canal
Arlington National Cemetery. one, and she sold poppies to at the local American Road Machining Co. banks. The section extending from First Street
instead of the Toledo workhouse. He is to work to the corporation line has been completed and
out the fine of $10 and costs assessed by Mayor when this is placed in good condition, Mr. Kohn

FROM THE ARCHIVES Judkins, by handling pig iron. As a lodging

place, he has a cell in the city jail.
Rhodes was given a chance by the authorities
will start his men working south of the city
The purpose of the work is to safeguard
to make good because it is believed that he is not against overflow during the time of high water.
10 Years Ago – 2006 a hardened criminal. He will be closely watched Delphos Herald, Sept, 8, 1915
Family and friends of Mary Metzger met with Mrs. Hemker’s and Mrs. Jostpille’s third grade and any crooked move from him will probably
classes in her remembrance on May 10 in Fort Jennings School Library. Emily Klir, Nick VonSossan, mean a deferred workhouse sentence.
Evan Ricker, Colinn Thierjung, Sarah Chandler, and Austin Kehres joined with Mark Metzger, Mary’s
grandson for a look at new books purchased with a donation from the Metzger family.
As St. John’s boys track coach Jay DeWitt is fond of saying, Friday was “a nice night to run” at
Piqua’s Alexander Stadium. Especially considering that his boys came in second at the Division III
Regional Track and Field meet, outdone only by the Lady Blue Jays, who copped their first regional
track title. The Delphos Herald
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Graduates, Nancy Spencer No alternative but
to remember
you own On the
the world! Other Hand I just ate a chocolate chip
scone/biscuit/cookie sort of
thing, made with some flour or
butter alternative. I was on my
way to the office kitchenette to
microwave my lunch, but instead
veered toward the tin that whis-
pered my name from its seat next
to the coffeemaker.
In about an hour I’ll find out
This weekend is a milestone fill the weekends of the first congratulations. Enjoy your whether I should have kept walk-
in many of our young adults’ month with laughter and rem- parties, your new jobs and ing. I ran my miles this morning,
lives. iniscing about the “good old last moments with friends and so I’m not too concerned about
They will move the tassel days.” family. Enjoy packing up your the calorie or carb counts. What I
across their mortar boards and Many will make decisions belongings to head to college or am unsure of is the origins of the
proclaim to the world, “I own that will shape the rest of their adding clothes to your wardrobe alternative or what it will mean to
you!” lives. Some will hold back on for that new job or tying up the human digestive tract. Anne Coburn-Griffis
Their chests puff with pride as the final commitment, content loose ends ebfore you head out Last week I ate a cookie in
they cross the stage to receive a to explore options. to serve our country. which avocado was substituted for butter and pistachios for peanuts.
hard-earned diploma and proof I graduated from high school Stick to your goals and That was surprisingly tasty and I didn’t want to take a long nap after I
that they are ready for whatever in 1983 and from college in embrace the new-found free- ate it. A couple of days later, I sampled a couple of gluten-free cookies.
comes next. 2000 with a degree in business. doms before you. Don’t be The following day was spent close to home and a good distance from
Many will go on to pursue Yes, a millennium graduate. afraid to tweak those goals now anyone decidedly in favor of being gluten-free free in future. I’m sure
higher education. Going back to school after and then as you find differ- there is a prescription for that somewhere.
Memorial Day is just a few days away, as are picnics packed with
Some will enter the work- 13 years was a bit difficult to ent interests and discover new traditional punches, pies, chips, and options for each made using
force, using skills gained in say the least. My study habits, things. Be focused — but flex- healthful ingredients. I will think of my dad, not only because this
vocational classes. by that time, were non-existent ible. is the fifth Memorial Day since we lost him, but because he would
Others will join our armed unless you counted the time I Take a risk now and then and delight in the latest food trends.
forces to defend the freedoms spent balancing my checkbook. do something out of charac- For instance, in the 1970s when running a marathons meant your
we hold so dear. But, it does prove that you ter. I’m not talking actions that feet fell along a full 26.2 mile course, we would carbo-load the night
The last summer before col- don’t have to follow a certain could jeopardize your future. before on full plates of spaghetti and pizza. The next morning, we’d
lege is a bittersweet one for timeline to get where you want Just do something that you have cross the starting line with a rock-like gullet that growled at the com-
most. They feel the tug of adult- to be. That destination may always wanted to, but never got petition.
hood and the freedom of making also change half a dozen times around to. When Dad became a vegetarian, he harassed his brothers mer-
choices (and mistakes). before the bus stops. Soak up the advice of you cilessly for eating chicken embryos, sunny-side up. Years later, he
Last hurrahs with special It would take several hands parents. They are not clueless. subsisted on a diet of venison and bread soup when my mom was
school chums fill busy days and to count the people I know who I don’t know why kids insist out of town.
nights while tuition and book have gone to college for one on learning everything the hard Dad was a connoisseur of chocolate and coffee, sometimes driving
fees are earned and last-minute subject and ended up in a career way. A few absorbed words of for miles to find the best of either. He frequented the Lima Mall candy
paperwork is completed. in a totally different area. wisdom and life can be a lot kiosk, swearing with a hearty chuckle that the sugar-free chocolates
Parents watch nervously as It’s not a bad thing to find easier. would clear any blockage within a matter of hours.
the pages of the calendar turn different areas of interest as Oh, and, yes, right now, you For the fifth year, I will visit my dad’s grave on Sunday. There
one day closer to their graduate you move through life. It’s just do own the world. will be flowers all around, left in memory of other loved ones. As
and soon-to-be college student important that you keep mov- P.S.: Please take good care for me and my dad, we’ll share a piece of chocolate in memory, no
alternatives accepted.
leaving. ing. it. We’re all going to use it for Well, maybe an avocado cookie. He liked avocados.
Rounds of classmate parties So to you graduates, I say a while.

Byron McNutt

Grads learn ‘what really matters’ People Make

the Difference

Whether you know a young man to take the time to provide explicit be a classroom experience. It is follow-through is the important es are NOT on sale?
or woman who is graduating from counseling. Finding a mentor that the sum total of all of life’s expe- thing. My challenge to you is fol- How do those dead bugs get into
high school or college this season, will take the time to share life’s les- rience…the home, television, par- low through with life.” those enclosed light fixtures? And,
perhaps the most important advise sons with you might be your great- ents, music, arts, friends, church, ******** why does your septic tank back-up
you can give them is to find men- est blessing. Even better, cultivate community and work, in addition to My friend Ed Johnston said he just as your party guests arrive?
tors who will take the time to coun- a team of mentors. You can’t have school itself. was visiting with a group of peers Why is it that whenever you
sel them as a protégé. too many. “To me, education is not the when the conversation turned to attempt to catch something that’s
Advise them to value learning, ******* acquisition of knowledge alone, a game of “Questions That Haunt falling off the table you always
curiosity, discipline and character. About 30 years ago, Dr. Robert but the development of experience Me.” Here’s a sample of the manage to knock something else
Urge them to be careful about lit- Spitzer of Burlington, WI., was and wisdom, of attitudes, habits, responses. over?
tle things that they know can be president of the Milwaukee School skills and knowledge. An edu- Why do toasters always have a How is it that we put a man on
tragically important. Tell them to of Engineering. He delivered an cation is an ongoing experience. setting that burns the toast to a hor- the moon before we figured out it
treat everyone that comes in touch address to a distinguished audi- Don’t forget to study the basics… rible crisp, which no decent human would be a good idea to put wheels
with them with respect and warmth. ence at the International Science reading, writing, math, science and being would eat? on luggage?
Teach them that style and grace are and Engineering Fair in Milwaukee. economics. Why do banks charge a fee on Did you ever notice that when
essential to leadership. Following are a few thoughts from “Learn that self-esteem can be ‘insufficient funds’ when they know you blow in a dog’s face, he gets
Mentors will teach lessons that his address entitled “Challenges derived from hard work, entrepre- there is not enough money in the mad at you, but when you take him
are rooted in wisdom and character. Facing the World’s Youth.” neurship, quality work, craftsman- account? for a car ride, he sticks his head out
Being smart is not sufficient even “There will be obstacles. I know ship and the dignity of self-support. Why do people constantly return the window?
if it is essential. They need to learn of no leader who is not an optimist. Remember that the highest priority to the refrigerator with hopes that If humans evolved from apes a
to maintain balance between short- Success comes in cans, not in can on this planet is for peace among something new to eat will have million years ago, what excuse can
term objectives and what are always nots. its inhabitants…for as our num- materialized? you come up with to explain the
called “what really matters.” “Right now your education is bers and our technology makes the How important does a person behavior of your daughter’s awk-
Former corporate executive and the most precious possession you world seem smaller, it is vital to our have to be before they are consid- ward looking in-laws?
Major League Baseball commis- can acquire. Today’s young people, own existence that we learn how to ered assassinated instead of just At the end of the game, Ed
sioner Fay Vincent is a big advocate given the right educational envi- live together.” murdered? offered this fact: The statistics on
of mentoring. He notes that finding ronment, seek education in its true Dr. Spitzer said, “Persistence Why is it a good thing when sanity show that one out of every
success requires a degree of luck. sense. They seek leadership; more is the quality that has helped so people say they ‘slept like a baby’ four persons is suffering from some
He said old baseball legend Branch are goal oriented, they are looking many successful people become when babies wake up like every two sort of serious mental illness. The
Rickey once opined, “Luck is the for models and examples of sound a success. When you feel that hours to cry and soil their diapers? room got quiet as each attendee
residue of design.” values; they are ready for careers it’s time to quit, give up or throw Why do we press harder on a assessed the three best friends sit-
Mentoring is an art and it with a purpose; they want self-es- in the towel, 98% will do just remote control when we know the ting near them. If they seem okay,
requires both time and energy. Not teem of productive work. that, but the other 2% will keep batteries are going dead? then the loony one must be you!
every successful leader is willing “Your education should not only trying. In the game of golf, the Is there ever a day that mattress-

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BY STATE SENATOR pause and give thanks for their selfless devo- as well. We in the Senate must do all we can and grab a great
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who have gone before them. the support we try to offer is a bill currently deal on a great
Memorial Day is about so much more than Ohio has suffered the loss of 275 brave sol- under consideration in a Senate committee deal of items!
summer barbeques and bright, candy-filled diers since 2003. We are proud to claim them that would standardize veteran identification
parades. It is a time to honor the service and as Buckeyes and humbled to remember their cards in Ohio. If passed, this bill will ensure •Autos
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veterans, a band and schoolchildren towing lost his life while stationed in Afghanistan country. When they come home safely, it is Instruments
wagons full of flowers – would march in in July 2013. While we can never truly thank our turn to serve them. We honor the fallen
detailed precision to decorate the graves of people like Staff Sgt. Zimmerman for their by caring for the living. • Etc.
fallen soldiers. Afterwards, everyone would tremendous sacrifice, measures like this are Whether you take time this Memorial
gather in local churches for memorial ser- a small way to demonstrate our gratitude to Day to place a bouquet on the grave of THE DELPHOS
vices honoring those who gave their lives his wife, daughter and all the loved ones he a loved one or march in a parade, this
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12 — Saturday, May 28, 2016 The Delphos Herald


dElPhos/landECk METHODIST CHURCH 500 S. Canal, Spencerville Elida/GomEr
13887 Jennings Rd., , Van Wert
211 E Third St, Delphos 419-647-6202
FIRST UNITED Sunday: 8:15 am Worship Saturday - 4:30 p.m. 15240 Main St., Venedocia Ph. 419-238-0333
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST Church Phone: 419-667-4142
PRESBYTERIAN Service; 9:15 am Sunday Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass, Children’s Storyline:
CHURCH Sunday - 10:45 a.m. - Sunday
310 W. Second St. School for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Sunday
2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida school.
419-692-5737 Worship Service; 11:30 a.m. IMMANUEL UNITED School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Phone: 339-3339
Sunday: 11:00 Worship Radio Worship on WDOH METHODIST CHURCH Family Worship Hour
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday VAN WERT VICTORY
Service - Everyone Welcome 699 Sunnydale, Elida, Ohio School (all ages); 11 a.m.
ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Morning Service 10698 US 127S., Van Wert
FIRST ASSEMBLY Sunday - 8:30 a.m. tradition- CHURCH
331 E. Second St., Delphos Sunday worship & children’s 1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
OF GOD al; 10:45 a.m. contemporary PIKE MENNONITE CHURCH
419-695-4050 ministry - 10:00 a.m. Phone (419) 238-5813
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos 3995 McBride Rd., Elida
419-692-6741 Eucharist – Lord’s Day 10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. - Observance; Saturday 4:30 107 Broadway St., Spencerville
GRACE FAMILY CHURCH 11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30 634 N. Washington St.,
Worship Service Pastor Charles Muter ZION UNITED Van Wert
until 11:30 a.m.
a.m.; Weekdays as announced
Home Ph. 419-657-6019 METHODIST CHURCH Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning
on Sunday bulletin.
Sunday: Morning Services - Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida
worship with Pulpit Supply.
P utnam ountyC
422 North Pierce St., Delphos 1180 S. Washington St. NEW HOPE METHODIST
Sunday Worship Service @ TRINITY UNITED CHRISTIAN CENTER Corner Jackson and Mill St. FAITH MISSIONARY
Phone 419-695-2616
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service. Corner of 4th & Main, Ph. 339-5673 303 S. Adams, Middle Point Road U, Rushmore
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST Pastor Robert Morrison
Spencerville Sunday – 10 a.m. Worship. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
CHURCH - Landeck
DELPHOS WESLEYAN Phone: 419-692-0636
Phone 419-647-5321 School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Sunday – 10 am Church
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD service. School; 11:00 Church Service;
CHURCH Administrative aide: Sunday - 8:30 a.m. Elida - Ph. 222-8054
935 S. Bredeick St., Delphos Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m. Service schedule: Sunday– KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST IMMACULATE
Phone 419-695-1723 Sunday School; 10:45 a.m. 10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning CONCEPTION
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m. s PEnCErVillE Ignite Contemporary Service Worship
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
Phone: 419-965-2771
Sunday Worship. Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.; Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
SPENCERVILLE 4750 East Road, Elida p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
FULL GOSPEL 102 Wisher Drive,
MARION BAPTIST Spencerville Sunday – 9:30 a.m. Sunday
CHURCH 107 Broadway St., Spencerville School; 10:30 a.m. Worship, ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
Pastor Charles Muter Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Cafe; CHURCH
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos 10:00 a.m. Worship Service. nursery available. Kalida
419-339-6319 Home Ph. 419-657-6019 601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert Saturday – 4:30 p.m. Mass.
Services: Sunday - 11:00 Sunday: Morning Services - Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. Sunday – 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
Ert ounty
a.m. Masses.
102 Wisher Drive, Spencerville Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
UNION Pastors Phil & Deb Lee 101 N. Adams St., Middle Point 160 Main St.,
Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Cafe; Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940 Sunday - 10:00 a.m. Sunday – Church Service - 10 School all ages. 10:30 a.m. Cloverdale 419-488-2391
10:30 Sunday service. 10:00 a.m. Worship Service. Mass schedule: Saturday
Worship service. a.m, 6 p.m.
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
335 S. Main St. Delphos 317 West North St. 605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
7350 Gomer Road, Gomer Van Wert - 419-238-9426 18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
Sunday 9:00 am Worship 419-296-2561 Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
419-642-2681 Sunday- 8:45 a.m. Friends 419-642-5264
Service. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; Sunday - Worship services
Sunday – 10:30 a.m. Worship and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship; School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.

We thank the sponsors of this directory and ask you to please support them. ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
512 W. Sycamore St.,

Columbus Grove
Office 419-659-2263

Masses: Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
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Phone: 419-286-2132
419-238-9567 209 W. 3rd St.
Mass schedule: Saturday 5
p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m. and
11260 Elida Road 10098 Lincoln Hwy. 234 N. Canal St. 9:30 a.m.
DELPHOS, OH 45833 Van Wert, OH Delphos, Ohio 45833 Delphos, O.
Ph. 692-0055 419-692-8055 Ph. 692-1010
Toll Free 1-800-589-7876
13 — The Herald Saturday, May 28, 2016



Telling The Tri-County’s Story Since 1869

To place an ad phone 419-695-0015 ext. 122
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pair of dwarf brothers his heart, can’t seem
One of Northeast Indiana’s leading employers, BF
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Electrical / Mechanical / Automation)
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immediate opening for a Maintenance Apply at of the Rings and The of something clearly
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individuals with excellent shift schedule Purchasing & Inventory Manager
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committed to providing employment opportunities to Dept. 137 Times Bulletin P.O. Box 271 419-695-0015
minorities, females, veterans and disabled individuals.
No phone calls please. V.W.O. 45891
Arts & Entertainment
14 — The Herald Saturday, May 28, 2016

Crossword Puzzle
At the movies.... "Continental Challenge"

Van Wert Cinemas

10709 Lincoln Hwy., Across 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Van Wert 1 Drone, e.g.
X-Men: Apocalypse (PG-13) Sat.: 5 Map
14 15 16

1:00/7:00; Sun.: 2:00/8:00; Mon. and Wed.: 9 Lively 17 18 19

5:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 8:00 14 Subj. with graphs
X-Men: Apocalypse 3D (PG-13) Sat.: 15 Defaulter's loss 20 21 22 23
4:00; Sun.: 4:00; Mon. and Wed.: 8:00; Tues.
16 Variety show
and Thurs.: 5:00 24 25 26 27
17 Heavy kettle
Alice Through the Looking Glass (PG)
Sat.: 3:30/8:30; Sun.: 4:30; Mon. and Wed.: 19 Scare 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
7:30; Tues. and Thurs.: 5:00 20 Tulsa coll.
Alice Through the Looking Glass 3D (PG) 21 Bitter tasting 35 36 37 38

Sat.: 1:00/6:00; Sun.: 2:00/7:00; Mon. and 23 Data

39 40 41
Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 7:30 24 Taj Mahal, e.g.
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R) 26 Time of one's life 42 43 44
Sat.: 1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; Sun.: 28 Morning side
2:00/4:00/6:00/8:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:00 35 Casual pants 45 46 47
The Angry Birds Movie (PG)
37 Milk, cheese, etc.
Sat. 1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; Sun.: 48 49 50 51
2:00/6:00/8:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/ 7:00 9:30 38 "I think," briefly
Captain America: Civil War (PG-13) Sat.: Alice Through the Looking Glass 3D (PG) 39 Decides 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

1:00/4:00/7:00; Sun.: 2:00/5:00/8:00; Mon.- 11:30/2:10/4:50/7:30/10:10 40 URL shrinking site

Thurs.: 5:00/8:00 Alice Through the Looking Glass (PG) 41 In addition
60 61 62 63

Van-Del Drive In 10:55/1:35/4:15/7:00/9:40 42 Born in France 64 65 66

19986 Lincoln Hwy, Middle Point X-Men: Apocalypse 3D (PG-13) 43 Earth's shape
Friday and Saturday 11:40/3:20/7:10/10:00/10:30 44 Mouthing off 67 68 69
with Dusk ‘Till Dawn Sunday X-Men: Apocalypse (PG-13) 45 Rash cause
Screen 1 11:10/12:10/2:30/6:20/6:40
48 Prehistoric
Zootopia (PG) Sunday only The Nice Guys (R) 11:55/3:45/7:20/10:05
Alice Through the Looking Glass (PG) Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R) 11:05/11 49 "Psst!"
Captain America: Civil War (PG-13) :50/1:40/2:15/4:10/4:40/6:45/7:40/9:45/10:15 52 Let out Down 25 Getaway spots 47 National forest in
The Jungle Book (PG) Sunday only Money Monster (R) 11:15/2:05/4:45/ 55 Goes diving 1 Red Bordeaux 27 Chap California
Screen 2 7:25/10:05 59 RR stop 2 Lexus rival 29 "Eat crow," e.g. 50 Comic Cheri
Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG) Sunday only The Darkness (PG-13) 3:50/9:55 60 Make use of 3 Classic loafer 30 Composer Erik 51 Single
X-Men: Apocalypse (PG-13) Captain America: Civil War (PG-13) 62 Hearty pub meal 4 S.A.S.E., e.g. 31 "Broom ___" 52 Cloverleaf exit
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R) 11:45/6:30 64 Copycat's words 5 ___ Harum 32 Saving protocol 53 By any chance
Deadpool (R) Sunday only Captain America: Civil War 3D (PG-13) 65 Knight fight 6 Author Primo 33 Radio host Don 54 Port. is part of it
Screen 3 3:15/9:50 7 Newspaper piece 34 56 Credit card name
66 "Try this!" Nibble
The Angry Birds Movie (PG) The Jungle Book (PG) 57 "Mitla Pass"
8 Novelist Morrison 35 Author Erica
Miracles From Heaven (PG) Sunday only 11:25/2:00/4:30/7:05/9:35 67 Projecting part
The Huntsman: Winter’s War (PG-13) Shannon Theatre, Bluffton 68 "La ___ Bonita" 9 Car protector 36 Foil alternative
58 Unwelcome mail
The Boss (R) Sunday only Through June 9 69 In the center of 10 Bas ___ 40 Gives in
61 Register
American Mall Stadium 12 Alice Through the Looking Glass (PG) 11 ___ the Terrible 41 Hunted
63 ___ Na Na
2830 W. Elm St., Lima 2D shows are at 7 p.m. every evening with 12 Ride the waves 43 Country lass
Saturday and Sunday 1:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees. 3D 13 ___ Sabe 44 ___ and blood
The Angry Birds Movie 3D (PG) 1:55/6:50 shows are at 9:30 p.m. every evening with 4 18 Executes, in a way 46 Court request
The Angry Birds Movie (PG) 11:20/4:25/ p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees. 22 Toyota model


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(Continued from page 3)

Even though non-compliance with Ohio’s seat belt law is a

secondary offense, local law enforcement officers will take the
opportunity, now through June 5, to participate in the “Click It or
Ticket” National Mobilization. During the campaign period, law
enforcement officers will adopt a zero-tolerance policy regarding
those who choose not to buckle up, including Ohio’s child passen-
ger laws.
“Too many people still take the attitude that it will never happen
to them. But fatal crashes can and do happen every day,” according
to Allen County Sheriff Sam Crish. “That’s why local law enforce-
ment officers are buckling down to make sure all passengers, in all
vehicles, buckle up – day and night.”

Check us out online:

Accessory Avenue
• Full Line Of Truck & Auto Accessories
• Complete Auto Detailing Inside & Out
• Window Tinting & Remote Car Starters Installed
• Rhino Spray-In or Penda Drop-In Bed Liners

Safety Service building gets a face lift

• Ranch & Swiss Truck Caps–WeatherTech Liners
• B&W Gooseneck, DMI Cushion, & Drawtite
• Receiver Hitches & Trailer Harnesses Installed
• New, Reconditioned & Used Rims & Tires

Delphos Safety Service building received a fresh coat of paint on Wednesday. Ryan Shumaker uses the bucket truck to
clean and paint the front of the building, while others painted from the ground. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)
Lift & Leveling Kits Available

(Continued from page 5) IN BULK SUPPLY!
sonous to cattle, horses, goats, Answers to Wednesday’s questions: • BLACK MULCH • pEAT MOSS • COMpOST
sheep, and humans due to the The words zany, unreal, puking and bedazzled all first appeared in Shakespeare • TOpSOIL • SAnD • LIMESTOnE
presence of pyrrolizidine alka- plays. “Zany” was used in Love’s Labour’s Lost, “unreal” showed up in Macbeth, Pickup or Delivery
loids (PAs), which form toxins “puking” was in As You Like It, and “bedazzled” debuted in The Taming of the Shrew. • •
in the liver of livestock. These The Olsen twins, Mary Kate and Ashley, once had to wear fake teeth on-screen so HAULInG • FIXInG EXISTInG
compounds are not destroyed their smiles would look the same. They were fitted with prosthetic teeth during the DRIVEWAYS & pARKInG LOTS
by the hay-making and curing later years of Full House since they lost their baby teeth at different rates and their
process and ensiling may only character Michelle Tanner’s smile had to look uniform on the show.
reduce the concentration. Cattle
and horses are more suscep-
tible to the toxins than sheep.
Today’s questions:
Fire hydrants are now a common sight on city streets but its impossible to confirm B & K TRUCKING INC.
who invented the first one. Why? 1415 N. MAIN, DELPHOS, OH
However, under typical grazing Everyone knows the heroine of Gone With the Wind as Scarlett O’Hara, but she 419-692-4155
conditions, it is unlikely that had a different first name in the initial drafts of Margaret Mitchell’s novel. What was Open M-F 7:00am-5:00pm; Sat. Hours (Weather permitting) - 8-noon
livestock will consume sig- it?
nificant quantities because of Answers in next Wednesday’s Herald.
the availability of other higher The Outstanding National Debt as Friday evening was $19,218,383,006,736.
quality, more desirable forages. The estimated population of the United States is 323,038,002, so each citizen’s
Livestock affected by the toxins share of this debt is $59,493.
will have signs of liver degen- The National Debt has continued to increase an average of $2.36 billion per day 5th Annual
eration and failure. Symptoms
initially include depression and
loss of appetite and if severe,
since Sept. 30, 2012.
Party in the Parking Lot
will progress to neurologi-
cal signs with head pressing,
aimless walking, and stagger- Music starts at 7:00 p.m. with
ing. Other symptoms include

weight loss, unthriftiness, poor
hair coat, anorexia, behavior-
al changes, sunscald, diarrhea,

Judy Bosch
jaundice, liver damage, and pos-
sibly death. All parts of the plant
are toxic. Drying or ensiling the
plants during the hay or straw 9:00 Until pm
Kill the RaBBit
making process does not reduce
the toxicity of cressleaf ground-
Because of the plant’s tox-
icity it is included as one of the
21 weeds on Ohio’s Department
of Agriculture Noxious Weed
List (
oac/901%3A5-37). Property
owners need to be responsible $7 cover charge
and control this weed in live- Food Available by Gibson BBQ
stock production areas. This
is not a new problem, and we
have a fact sheet available on
cressleaf groundsel at the OSU Saturday, June 4, 2016 • Doors open at 6:00
Weed Management website 103 N. Main Street Moose Lodge #1320 • 740 W. Ervin Rd. • Van Wert
Hover over “weeds”, and then Delphos, Ohio 45833
click on “other” to get to it.
Additional information on cress-
leaf groundsel may be found
at the following web address:
Fax 419-695-1008


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16 — The Herald Saturday, May 28, 2016

But Never Forgotten
Honoring the
Memory of Our
Heroes in Uniform
On Memorial Day, we pause to reflect on the service and sacrifice of the men and
women of our Armed Forces. We honor the memory of those who lost their lives
protecting our nation’s freedom, and we salute all those who have served in our
military past and present. Their selfless dedication reminds us that freedom is not free,
and we will never forget their courage and extraordinary contribution to our country.

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Funeral Home
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(419) 238-5555
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“Proudly serving all veterans” Selling Homes, Farms, & Estates Saturday, May 28, 2016 The Herald – 17

On Memorial Day, let’s remember to show our support for our

courageous troops who continue to uphold the values and protections of our great
nation today. Thank you to our men and women in uniform.

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Robbery Rotary sets Music in the Park series

(Continued from page 1) A third person, Ricky BY NANCY SPENCER
Peterson, 20, of Wayne, West DHI Media Editor
A nearby resident reported Virginia, and Arriaga’s child-
to police he had given some- hood friend, is charged with
one a ride who had come being an accessory after the DELPHOS — The Delphos Rotary Club is gearing up for its
to his door wet and without fact, obstructing and provid- 11th annual Music on the Park Series. Concerts are held at 6 p.m.
clothing and asked for a lift ing false information to an the second and fourth Sundays at Stadium Park and start on June
into the nearest town. The officer. Peterson had been 12 and conclude on Aug. 21.
resident called authorities questioned and denied any First up on June 12 is the Juggernaut Jug Band. Jug band music
once he learned of Hatfield’s knowledge of Arriaga or is a mixture of Jazz, Blues, Swing and Ragtime played on wash-
death. Hatfield’s death and officials boards, wash tubs and other conventional instruments. The band is
known for its musicianship and incredible harmonies. They are a
Fitzpatrick was arrested later learned Peterson and sens of fun, nostalgia and great entertainment.
on Wednesday in Elsmore, talked with Arriaga and he Geeze Cats will take the stage on June 26. This top-notch, pre-
Kentucky, along with was the reason Arriaga had mium show band from Cleveland features songs of the pre-Beatle
Arriaga’s mother, who had traveled to Wayne County. days of the 50s and early 60s: the Golden Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll with
been present when her son Deputies from the Mingo some improv comedy.
was arrested on Tuesday in County Sheriff’s Office Relive old Vegas — Frank and Dean — and then some with
Delphos on the first-degree were in Delphos and Lima The Rat Pack on July 10. “Frank and Dean” capture the fun, the Juggernaut Jug Band June 12
murder warrant by Delphos on Wednesday seeking more jokes and the timeless music of the Rat Pak from Frank’s “Fly
Police. information and a possi- Me To The Moon” to Dino’s “That’s Amore.” They also celebrate Chicago Blues.
According to Elsmore ble motive in Hatfield’s the music of Bobby Darin, Joe Cocker, Elvis The Blue Brothers, The series will conclude on Aug. 21 with the Nashville
Police Chief Timothy death before they transport- Michael Buble, Neil Diamond and more. Songwriters Showcase. The Rotary will showcase several local
Thames, methamphetamines ed Arriaga back to West Everyone has a license to get down on July 24 with Boogie artists who split their time writing music for Nashville and have
were seized when the pair Virginia. Fever. Put on your dancin’ shoes, it’s time for this Disco phenom- local ties to the community. Plan to hear original music performed
was pulled over. Hatfield’s body was found enon. They play all the top Disco hits of the 70s with an amazing by the artists acoustic style and unplugged as the Rotary presents
Marcum, 43, was charged after his girlfriend report- fully-costumed stage show. It’s a funky time warp sure to get your the talent of local musicians.
with trafficking, possession ed him missing when he back off the wall and out on the floor. Don’t hold back!
of a controlled substance, didn’t return home after the Blues Lunch will pack a punch on Aug. 7. Blue Lunch belongs
having an expired driver’s weekend. Authorities traced to a rare breed of roots bands. An eight-piece group with strong
license and making a false Hatfield’s cell phone to the vocals and backup harmonies, Blues Lunch performs everything
report. cemetery. from doo-wop to straight ahead Jazz to the most low-down bucket

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She is the daughter of Keith and Carolyn Fischbach. She

was active in Liturgy Team (president, chairman of the board),
Junior Optimists (president, vice-president), Future Teachers
of America (president), National Honor Society (secretary),
Students Against Destructive Decisions (vice-president),
Mission Society, Crespi Society and varsity basketball. She
also participated in Parish Council, youth group, Allen
County Lima Youth Leadership and as a volunteer at St. Rita’s
Medical Center and K of C hall catering. She is employed at Geeze Cats June 26 Boogie Fever
Family Video.
She enjoys volunteering, camping, working with animals
and baking.
She plans to attend Ball State University, majoring in nurs-
ing with a minor in psychology.
The class flower is the violet; class color is gold; and
the class motto is “Throughout these hall we’ll achieve our
dreams; forever the class of 2016.”
The St. John’s High School class of 2016 includes: Derek
Anthony, Owen Balduaf, Ethan Benavidez, Shannon Bockey,
Alexander Bonifas, Connor Britt, James Buettner, Emilie
Buettner, Madelyn Buettner, Trent Closson, Jesse Ditto,
Chad Etgen, Sydney Fischbach, Devin Fisher, Madison Fulk,
Alexandra Hays, Ryan Hellman, Kennedy Jackson, Hayley
Jettinghoff, Olivia Kahny, Bailey Kill, Lanna Klausing,
Tyler Ledyard, Kyle Lisk, Magan Maas, Avery Martin, Justin
Moenter, Evan Mohler, Jordan Mohler, Anna Mueller, Curtis
Pohlman, Madeline Pohlman, Rachel Pohlman, Brittany
Schrader, Gavin Shobe, Brandon Slate, Brandyn Smith-
Yaeger, Sommer Stepleton, Samantha Stevenson, Ashlyn
Troyer, Alaina Utrup and Erin Williams. Blues Lunch

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