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Celebrating all things American and Jennings, residents from throughout the area
thronged to the junction of State Routes 189 and 190 to commemorate Fort Jennings
rich history. See more photos on page 14. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

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Band show opens Allen County Fair

St. John’s High School Marching Band performs during the Kewpee Showcase
of Bands during the first day of the Allen County Fair on Friday. Fourteen Allen
County bands offered a sampling of their talents after the Ohio State Alumni
Band performed. (Submitted photo)

Ottoville OKs new
pedestrian safety policy
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

A twin line of motorcycles stretched to the horizon on State Route 190 as Rolling
Thunder initiated opening ceremonies for this year’s Fort Fest.

OTTOVILLE — To pre-empt problems with the new Dollar General
store being constructed across U.S.
224 from Ottoville Local Schools,
a pedestrian safety policy has been
added to handbooks.
“Our attorney has provided us with
the policy and it will help students
understand what they can and cannot
do in regard to crossing the highway,”
Mangas said. “It’s probably a good
idea whether there was a store going

Drive-thru drop box to be reality
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS — Plans are moving forward with the drivethrough book drop at the Delphos Public
Library. At the last board meeting, Lee
Construction was approved for a contract
to pour the pad the book drop will rest on
and curbing in the parking lot as well as
demolition of the steps at the front entrance,
repouring the steps and adding a 5-foot by
12-foot ramp to the west side that leads up
to the book drop on the building.
Director Kelly Rist said the project was a
long time coming.
“I know this was talked about before I
came here and we’ve talked about ever since
I’ve been here, so this is exciting,” Rist said.
The project also includes removing two
parking spaces in the lot on the south side
of the library so patrons can enter off of North Jefferson
Street, pull through the book drop and exit onto West First
Street. City administration has already approved making the

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existing north-south alleyway that abuts the parking lot one
way so there is no confusion.
Lee Construction has put a price tag of $3,900 on the
concrete work and Rist found a Demco book drop with
two carts for $7,641 through the library consortium. The
total project, including making the existing book drop handicapped-accessible and
installing the drive-through book drop, is
$11,541.
“That’s a lot less than the number we
were looking at several years ago,” Rist said.
“I feel it’s the right time and something our
patrons need.”
She hopes the project is completed by
winter.
Patrons will soon notice changes inside
the library as well. Rist said she and her staff
have been looking at more seating as the
existing areas are well used.
“We have patrons who have asked us
for more comfortable places to sit and read,
work on their lap tops or do whatever,” Rist said.
See LIBRARY, page 14

up over there or not. We’re still along
a highway and have a fair amount of
traffic.”
The district will come out on the positive of open enrollment. Forty-four students from seven other districts, including Delphos, Fort Jennings, Kalida,
Lincolnview, Paulding, Wayne Trace
and Continental, will join Ottoville’s
ranks while approximately 30 students
will be educated in other districts.
Mangas reported this year’s enrollment in graces K-5 is the largest in quite
some time at 231.
See OTTOVILLE, page 14

Songwriters showcase closes
out Music in the Park Series
Sunday will be the final Rotary Club Music in the
Park Series offering for 2016. Nashville Songwriters
Showcase will highlight several local artists who
split their time writing music for Nashville and have
local ties to the community. Plan to hear original
music performed by the artists acoustic style and
unplugged as the Rotary presents the talent of local
musicians. The concert starts at 6 p.m. with concessions offered at 5:30 p.m. (DHI Media file photo)

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VFW Commander Shannon
Wagoner and Auxiliary President
Missy Wagoner will offer Flag
Etiquette at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the
Delphos Public Library.
Learn about the flag, how
to properly fold it and more.
This program does not
require registration and is
open to the public.
St. John’s Elementary School Back to School Open House
will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. on Tuesday.
Students and parents can drop off school supplies, meet
their teachers and pick up information packets.
There is also a Kindergarten Parent Orientation Meeting
at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in the Little Theater at the Elementary
School.

Tickets for St. John’s opening varsity football game at 7:30 p.m.
Friday at home against Bath will be sold in the high school office
from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday each week.
Presale tickets are: adult, $6; student, $4. All tickets are $6 at
the gate.
The Arnold C. Dienstberger
Foundation is now accepting
applications for its annual
grants. Requests from qualified non-profits must be postmarked by Nov. 1.
Applications are available
at the Delphos Public Library,
The Delphos Herald, Fun
107.1 and the Delphos Area
Chamber of Commerce.

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POLICE REPORTS

Information submitted
DELPHOS — On Aug. 11, officers were
dispatched to meet with a complainant on
Fort Jennings Road. The female told officers
that she has been receiving unwanted text
messages from her ex-husband and wanted
it to stop. Officers contacted the male and
advised him to cease contact.
On Aug. 11, officers spoke with a female
and her son in the 400 block of South Cass
Street. The female stated that her son was verbally harassed by two adults and then chased
by several juveniles coming from a residence
on West Clime Street. The female told officers that there has been an on-going dispute
between the two parties. Officers met with
and spoke to the two other adults involved in
the incident and they gave an entirely different account of the incident.
On Aug. 11, a female came to the police
department to report that her juvenile daughter had left her residence and went to Lima
with a friend without her permission. The
juvenile returned a short time later.
On Aug. 13, officers spoke with a female
at the police department reporting an identity
theft incident. The complainant told officers
that she was made aware that a fraudulent
account was made at Comcast in her name.
The female requested a report for further
investigation.
On Aug. 13, an officer on patrol observed
the driver of a vehicle commit a traffic offense
and initiated a traffic stop. During the traffic
stop, officers found probable cause to arrest
the driver, 29-year-old Justin Aab of Lima, for

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operating the vehicle while intoxicated. Aab
was issued a citation for the traffic offense
and OVI. He will appear in Lima Municipal
Court to face the charges.
On Aug. 13, officers responded to the
24000 block of Lincoln Highway in reference
to an unresponsive female. Officers arrived
and located the female who appeared to be
suffering from an overdose of prescription
medication. Delphos EMS transported the
female to the hospital for treatment.
On Sunday, officers responded to the 1400
block of East Fifth Street in regards to an
unwanted guest. Officers arrived and spoke
with the complainant and found that a female
has been visiting at this location causing a
disturbance when she’s there. A criminal
trespass order was prepared and served on
the female.
On Tuesday, officers were dispatched to
the 500 block of West Fourth Street to investigate a domestic violence incident. Officers
arrived and spoke with the victims and the
suspect. Officers found probable cause to
arrest the suspect, 18-year-old Chad Kime
of Delphos, for causing physical harm to
family members. Officers attempted to arrest
Kime, at which time he became aggressive
and resisted arrest, prompting officers to taser
him. He was then taken into custody and
transported to the Van Wert County Jail.
On Tuesday, officers spoke with the manager of a business in the 800 block of West
Fifth Street. The male told officers that a
vehicle had sustained damage and an item
was stolen from it. The incident remains
under investigation.

COURT NEWS
Information submitted
VAN WERT — The following individuals appeared
before Judge Martin Burchfield
in Van Wert County Common
Pleas Court:
Changes of plea
Donald O’Day, 39, Van
Wert, changed his plea to guilty
to possession of cocaine, a felony 5. The Court ordered a
pre-sentence investigation and
set sentencing for Sept. 6. The
defendeant was released on
surety bond on conditions that
he not operate any vehicle,
that he not possess any intoxicant, legal or illegal, including
alcohol, and that he obey a
curfew from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Jeremy Grenzebach, 35,
Van Wert, changed his plea to
guilty to domestic violence, a
misdemeanor 1 (reduced from
a felony 4). Sentencing set for
Sept. 26.
Harold Callahan Jr.
46, Van Wert, changed his
plea to guilty to trespass
in a habitation, a felony 4.
He then requested and was
granted Treatment in Lieu
of Conviction and his case
was stayed pending completion of the treatment program.
Defendant is to have no con-

tact with the victim except
in accordance with Domestic
Relations Court orders or to
facilitate visitation or communication regarding the children
between the hours of 7 a.m.
and 10 p.m. unless an emergency. Court costs assessed
plus partial appointed counsel
fees.
Nicholas Krick, 29,
Decatur, Indiana, changed his
plea to guilty to attempted failure to comply with the order
of a law enforcement officer,
(fleeing and eluding) a felony
4, (reduced from failure to
comply with the order of a
law enforcement officer, (fleeing and eluding) a felony 3).
He then requested and was
granted Treatment in Lieu of
Conviction and his case was
stayed pending completion of
the treatment program.
Sentencing
William
Estle,
30,
Delphos, theft from a person
in a protected class, a felony 5; and forgery, a felony
5. Sentenced to: five years
community control, up to six
months at WORTH Center,
additional 30 days jail a later
date, 200 hours community
service, three years intensive
probation and he was ordered

to pay partial appointed counsel fees and court costs. An
11-month prison term, each,
concurrent, was deferred.
David Meeker Sr., 53, Van
Wert, theft, a misdemeanor 1.
Sentenced to: 180 days jail,
credit for five days served,
concurrent with Municipal
Court sentence currently serving, ordered to pay court costs
and partial appointed counsel
fees.
Bond violation
Eric Kangas, 39, Delphos,
denied violating his bond by
failing to arrange electronic
house arrest or report to jail on
Aug 9. Hearing set for today.
Justin Taylor, 31, Van
Wert, admitted to violating his
bond by failing to report to
probation. Bond set at $25,000
cash or commercial surety.
Matter continued for pretrial
hearings on Monday.
Jury trial
A jury trial was held in
Common Pleas Court on
Monday and Tuesday. At the
conclusion of the trial, the jury
found Jeremy Workman, 35,
Van Wert, guilty of possession of heroin, a felony 5;
and aggravated possession
of drugs, also a felony 5.
Sentencing to be scheduled.

John Edward Deitering
Aug. 10, 1939
Aug. 18, 2016

SIDNEY — John Edward
Deitering, age 77, of Sidney,
passed way Thursday at
Wilson Health Emergency
Room, Sidney.
He was born on Aug. 10,
1939, in Ottoville to Leo and
Rosa (Murray) Deitering,
who preceded him in death.
He married Sherry Durnell
Swob on June 22, 1990; she
survives.
Other survivors include
seven children, Deborah (Tim) Blair of Tennessee, Sandra
McRoberts of Sidney, Jeffery (wife Jane Frilling) Deitering of
Sidney, Annette (David) Kauffman of Sidney, Jack Deitering
of Sidney, Melissa Swob (Rick) Hirschfeld of Sidney and Mark
Swob of Fort Loramie; 14 grandchildren, Alisha (Andrew)
McMillan, Brittany (Jason) Rethman, Ashley Ambos, Caleb
and Taylor Kauffman, Meghan (Brent) Becker, Jordan (Jake)
Mills, Lyndsi Drees (Eric Boggs) and Jayden Drees, Samantha
Fairchild, Siera Swob (Trenton McMichael) and Andrew
Swob and Kylie Hirschfeld (Tommy Hopper) and McKenzie
Hirschfeld, and great grandchildren, Lola Hirschfeld, Avalynn
and Nora McMichael and Burk Rethman; a brother, Daniel
Deitering of Maumee; a sister, Mary Lee Laudick of Upper
Sandusky; sisters-in-law, Jean Deitering of Brookville, Sandi
Deitering of Piqua, Margie Deitering of Dayton, Mary Ann
Deitering of Leipsic and Shirley Deitering of Maryland, also
sister-in-law, Kristina (Durnell) Barhorst and her husband
Bernard of Piqua, and sister-in-law, Judy (Kendall) DeLoye;
mother-in-law Norma Durnell of Sidney; and numerous nephews and nieces.
He is also preceded in death by a granddaughter, Nicole
Ambos; brothers, Roger Deitering, Elmer Deitering, Herman
Deitering, Thomas Deitering and William Deitering; sister-inlaw, Janice (Mueller) Deitering and Leo Deitering, Jr.; brothers-in-law, Jerry Laudick and Gary Durnell; and father-in-law,
Eugene Durnell.
John graduated from Ottoville High School in 1958 and
enlisted in the US Navy from 1959-61, stationed in Bermuda.
He is a life member of the American Legion Post 217, AmVets
Post 1986 and Knights of Columbus. He is a past Grand
Knight at McCarthyville Council. He retired in 2012 from
Dayton Reliable Air in Dayton. John was a lifetime member
of Holy Angels Catholic Church, Sidney.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on
Monday at Holy Angels Catholic Church, Sidney, the Rev.
Frank Amberger officiating. Burial will follow at Houston
Cemetery in Houston, with full military honors perfomed by
American Legion Post 217.
Family and friends may visit from 4-8 p.m. on Sunday at
the Adams Funeral Home, 1401 Fair Road, Sidney.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to Holy Angels Catholic Church Food Pantry
in John’s memory.
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Crash sends driver into tree
DHI Media Staff Reports

DELPHOS — Delphos Police investigated a two-vehicle
crash reported at 3:43 p.m. on Tuesday.
According to reports, Terry A. Schnipke, 48, of Columbus
Grove was traveling northbound on North Franklin Street
when his vehicle was struck on the driver’s side by a vehicle
operated by Samantha Klint, 28, of Delphos. Klint told the
responding officer she was westbound on East Sixth Street
and failed to see Schnipke’s vehicle. When his vehicle was
struck, he lost control and struck a small tree in the yard at
536 N. Franklin St.
Klint was treated for minor injuries at the scene and
released.
No citations were noted on the police report.

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Gerdemann turning 90
Information submitted

DELPHOS — Catharine Gerdemann is turning 90 years
old
on Aug. 27.
Members and friends gather at Salem Presbyterian Church in 2015 for the Gymanfa Ganu Welsh songfest. (Submitted
A card show is planned with cards, letters and corresponphoto)
dence sent to: 613 Harmon St., Delphos OH 45833.
An open house will be held from 2-4 p.m. on Aug. 28 at
the Delphos Eagles Lodge to help her celebrate this milestone.

Salem Presbyterian Church plans
annual Gymanfa Ganu songfest
Information submitted

VENEDOCIA — The annual
Gymanfa Ganu or Welsh Festival of
Song will be held on Sept. 4 at the Salem
Presbyterian Church at Venedocia. A
light supper will be served from 4-6
p.m. and the program will begin at 7
p.m.
The tradition can be traced back to
the 12th century in Wales where the
singing of hymns in four-part harmony
began. It has been an important part of
the Venedocia church’s life since 1915.
Visitors return each year from many
states to renew friendships and to hear
the thrilling sound of the grand old
hymns being sung by several hundred
people.
The director this year is Christopher
Uhl, who has many family ties to
Venedocia. He is the son of Don and
Faye Uhl of Van Wert, the grandson of

Albert and Margaret (Williams) Uhl,
who were both born in Venedocia,
and the grandnephew of J. Alford and
France Breese, longtime choir director and organist, respectively, of Salem
church.
He is currently the Director of Music
at the Hoosac School, Hoosick, New
York, an Episcopal college preparatory
boarding school. Prior to his present
appointment, he was music director and
organist of the Cathedral church of
the Immaculate Conception, Mobile,
Alabama; subsequently he was Assistant
Professor of Music at Alabama School
of Mathematics and Science and Music
Director of Saint Ignatius Church, both
in Mobile.
Uhl has conducted in major churches
in Paris, Venice, Florence and Rome.
In 1995, he was named a Fellow of
the Orchestral Conductors’ Institute at
the University of South Carolina in

Columbia. He remains Music Director
of Mobile’s Musica Sacra Choir and
Chamber Orchestra, which he founded
29 years ago.
Featured soloist will be Susan
(Morgan) Leffel. She lives in New
Knoxville with her husband, Keith, son
Logan and daughter Morgan. She has
roots in Venedocia and was married in
the church in 1992. She is the daughter of Thomas and Eleanor (Evans)
Morgan of St. Marys and the granddaughter of the late D. Orus and Eunice
(Jones) Morgan and the late Daniel and
Ruth (Morris) Evans, all formerly of
Venedocia.
Accompanists for the Gymanfa will
be Ladonna Allenbaugh and Connie
O’Neill. The Rev. Thomas Emery is the
pastor.
For more information call Jean
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Huggy Bear St. Jude’s benefit raises $87,000

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maybe can’t come camping
at Huggy Bear,” Otto said.
“This is our way to do our
part and help them out.”
The campground is
already planning next
year’s event which will be
held July 21-22, 2017.
“If we all do a little
we can accomplish great
things,” Otto said. “If
everybody just pitches in a
little bit, gives a little bit,
look at what we can all do
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Erastus performed at the St. Jude Benefit at Huggy Bear
Campground. The benefit was last Friday and Saturday at
the campground. (DHI Media/Beth Marchek)
BY ERIN COX
DHI Media News Editor
ecox@timesbulletin.com
MIDDLE POINT —
Huggy Bear Campground
held its fifth annual St.
Jude’s Benefit last weekend, Aug. 12-13, and raised
$87,000 — the highest
amount its garnered yet.
This brings the fiveyear total that the campground has donated to St.
Jude’s Children’s Research
Hospital to $282,000. Last
year, the weekend benefit
earned $55,000.
“Even
though
the
rain and storms came in
on Saturday, we still had
great supporters that came
out for the cause,” Event
Coordinator Vicki Otto
said. “It was a little slow
when it was raining and
storming. As soon as the
rain ended, the crowd definitely came out. We had
big crowds Friday and

Saturday night.”
The event features live
music all weekend as well
as a live auction, silent auctions, purse bingo, cornhole tournament, bucket
drawings and more.
The benefit also has
sponsors where businesses
or individuals can sponsor
the event at three different levels: gold, silver or
bronze.
The benefit continues to
grow each year since Otto’s
uncle, who owns Huggy
Bear, came to her to see
if she would help out with
starting the fundraiser for
St. Jude’s.
“Huggy Bear is such
a family oriented campground and when you see
all the kids out there playing, you know that not all
kids get to do that and St.
Jude’s is just so awesome
that they help all the kids
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TODAY
9 a.m. to noon — Interfaith Thrift Store is open for
shopping.
St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge
of the St. John’s High School parking lot, is open.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. — The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
12:15 p.m. — Testing of warning sirens by Delphos
Fire and Rescue.
1-3 p.m. — Delphos Canal Commission Museum,
241 N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. — Bingo at St. John’s Little Theatre.
SUNDAY
8-11:30 a.m. — Knights of Columbus benefit for St.
John’s School at the hall, Elida Ave.
10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. — Spencerville American Legion
Brunch Buffet, 119 S. Broadway, Spencerville.
1-3 p.m. — The Delphos Canal Commission
Museum, 241 N. Main St., is open.
MONDAY
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. — Ottoville Branch Library is open.
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
6:30 p.m. — Shelter from the Storm support group
meets in the Delphos Public Library basement.
7 p.m. — Ottoville village council meets at the
municipal building.
Marion Township Trustees meet at the township
house.
7:30 p.m. — Delphos Eagles Aerie 471 meets at the
Eagles Lodge.
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11:30 a.m. — Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. — Delphos Area Simply Quilters meets at the
Delphos Area Chamber of Commerce, 306 N. Main St.
7:30 p.m. — Alcoholics Anonymous, First
Presbyterian Church, 310 W. Second St.
7:30 p.m. — Elida village council meets at the town
hall.
WEDNESDAY
9 a.m. - noon — Putnam County Museum is open,
202 E. Main St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
Noon — Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. — Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the
St. John’s Chapel.

Rotary donates to Splash Pad Project

The Kiwanis Club of Delphos recently joined the Delphos Rotary Club at a meeting to share an update on the Splash Pad
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Country

Lovina details the joy and work of her daughter’s wedding
BY LOVINA EICHER

We had a nice but warm
day for the wedding of Mose
and Susan, our second oldest
daughter. There was a light rain
in the forenoon, but it didn’t last
long. We are very much in need
of rain. The grass is turning
brown everywhere.
On the Monday before the
wedding, we washed laundry
and my friend Ruth took us
shopping for the many, many
groceries that we needed for
the wedding. We bought 400
pounds of potatoes and have
only 75 pounds left after the
wedding. We bought 600
pounds of freshly butchered
chicken but only grilled 500
pounds the day of the wedding.
Our menu for the wedding
meals consisted of mashed
potatoes, gravy, noodles,
dressing, barbecued chicken,
green beans, corn, broccoli
and cauliflower salad, cheese,
bread, butter and strawberry
jam. Desserts were: strawberry, pecan and cherry pies (we
had over 75 pies altogether);
angel food cake; a fruit mixture
of watermelon, musk melon,
pineapple and green and purple
grapes; and cinnamon pudding.
Ice cream was added to the
evening meal.
Wedding services were held
at neighbors Joas and Susan’s.
The couple chose to be married

at 11:30 a.m. A meal followed
soon after here at our place.
All the guests came over to our
house after the services were
over. Supper was also served at
5:30 and 7:00 p.m. At 7:00 p.m.
the table waiters, family and the
youth ate and then stayed seated to sing the songs picked by
the bride and groom. Sundaes
and punch were served to the
table waiters and family.
More than fifty cooks helped
prepare the food. Some came
Wednesday to bake pies and
cakes and Nothings (see last
week’s column for a description
and recipe for Amish Wedding
Nothings). The rest came
Thursday to chop vegetables
for dressing, salad, etc. They
finished whatever else had to
be done.
Sixteen couples were table
waiters. Usually, those picked
for table waiter are brothers,
sisters, cousins, and friends. Six
coffee servers served the coffee.
The extra helpers passed out
the guest book, and pens with
Mose and Susan’s names and
wedding date on it. Susan and
Mose also appointed some girls
as babysitters to help the cooks
with their children.
Witnesses were Mose’s
brother Alvin and his wife Suzy,
and Mose’s brother Freeman
and daughter Verena. As mothers of the couple, we wore sage
color dresses. Table waiter girls

This wall hanging hung near the table where the bridal
party ate at Mose and Susan’s reception. (Submitted photo)

more in a future column.
Mose and Susan are both
back to work. We made living
quarters in part of our pole barn
until they find a property suitable for them. It’s nice to have
them close by. They hooked up
their gas stove and refrigerator
this week. A few more adjustments have to be made, and I
think it will be a very nice place
for them to live.
Other news: Joe’s sister
Esther and David from Ohio
were blessed with their first
child, David Tyrel. He was born
August 9. Esther is 42 years
old, and we are glad she could
finally carry a baby full term.
God is good! We wish them
God’s blessings and also all of
you wonderful readers. More
on the wedding in future columns!

a few drops red food coloring (optional)
6 cups fresh strawberries,
hulled and sliced
To make crust: Preheat oven
to 400 degrees. Stir together
flour, salt, oil, milk and sugar
in a medium bowl. Press the
dough evenly over the bottom
and up the sides of a 9-inch pie
pan. Bake until golden, about
12 minutes. Remove from oven
and let cool.
To make filling: Combine
sugar, cornstarch, corn syrup
and water in a saucepan and
bring to a boil. Boil about 5
minutes until thick, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Stir
in gelatin and food coloring.
Let cool until lukewarm. Add
the strawberries and pour into
cooled crust. Refrigerate for 2
hours before serving.

ding cake. It was all white with
white decorations. Fresh flowers were put on top for a cake
topper. The tables were lined
with mint green tablecloths.
Grass green napkins with Mose
and Susan’s names and wedding date were used. Mose and
Susan made the centerpieces
with wood and horseshoes and
a vase of flowers in the middle.
We could seat 360 people at
one sitting for the meal. I still
haven’t gone through the guest
book to count the total number
of guests that day. I can write

Strawberry Pie
Serves 6 to 8
Crust
1 1/2 cup all-purpose four
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 tablespoons milk
2 tablespoons sugar
Filling
1/2 cup sugar
3 tablespoons cornstarch
2 tablespoons light corn
syrup
1 cup water
3 tablespoons strawberry-flavored gelatin

Lovina Eicher is an Old
Order Amish writer, cook, wife
and mother of eight. Formerly
writing as The Amish Cook,
Eicher inherited that column
from her mother, Elizabeth
Coblentz, who wrote from 1991
to 2002. Readers can contact
Eicher at PO Box 1689, South
Holland, IL 60473 (please
include a self-addressed
stamped envelope for a reply)
or at LovinasAmishKitchen@
MennoMedia.org.

wore mint green dresses, and
the boys wore white shirts,
black pants and vests. The
bride wore a green dress with
a white cape and apron. Suzy
and Verena wore another shade
of green. The family wore grass
green–colored dresses. The
cooks were asked to wear hunter green. By now you can tell
that Susan’s favorite color is
green! The groom and witnesses also wore black pants and
vests with white shirts.
Susan had a local Amish
lady make her three-tiered wed-

Paws to Consider

A plate full of confused duck
BY JOHN JONES, DVM

Contrary to the title, this
story does have a happy ending. It began with a phone
call from my mower man
extraordinaire, Tyler Adams.
He wanted to know if I would
like to have another duck.
Tyler had been helping
his neighbor lady live-trap
groundhogs around her house.
The only thing they captured,
however, was a fuzzy yellow
duckling. Why an obviously
domestic youngster was lost
and alone is anybody’s guess,
but as it was just a few weeks
after Easter, he may have been
abandoned. Sadly, this is the
plight of many cute Easter
bunnies, chicks, and ducklings, as they age and lose
their appeal.
Tyler brought the duck to
our hospital, and before he
left mentioned how the little
bird followed him everywhere.
This is called “imprinting,” a
phenomenon observed in some
animals. It has to do with species identity, and the security
of having a mother. Evidently,
the duckling thought Tyler
was his mom, although that

first day spent with us, he fol- Tyler won over so many hearts
lowed everyin our office
one around- all
during
his
ankles
must
short visit, I
look the same
needed to keep
to a baby duck.
him safe. That
Oh, I forgot to
meant living
mention, before
in our garage
Tyler exited our
- the chicken
parking lot, he
pen in the barn
and the duck
was not racshared the same
coon-proof.
name.
Still, he had
I already had
a pretty active
two ducks at
social
life.
home, but I like
He’d follow
to keep three.
me to the barn
Ducks
are
to do chores,
Dr. John Jones
great for teaching
and even helped
Border Collies how to herd, Bonnie with her gardening.
as they allow the handler to be Tyler also had a presence on
closer to the dog and “flock” Facebook -sporting a red rubthan sheep allow, and the dog ber nose on his bill for “Red
can be more easily controlled Nose Day” to battle child povas the commands of “come- erty.
bye” and “away to me” are
Tyler made a return visit
taught. Three ducks tend to to the office the day of his
stick together better than two, photo shoot. Some of our
and are less frustrating for the assistants thought he looked a
learning dog.
little grubby from living in his
Sadly, I’ve always had trou- cardboard box, necessitating a
ble keeping a third duck. The bath. So into the tub he went,
last third duck I had succumbed and immediately demonstrated
to a fox, the one before him why no human should ever
to a red-tailed hawk. Because take a bath with a duck. He

required a second bath. He
also confirmed something
unfathomable. For a duck, he
wasn’t a very good swimmer.
After way too many stinky
weeks in our garage, my friend
Doug Noel, from Forest, made
an emergency visit to secure
the chicken pen. Thank you,
Doug! Although Tyler enjoyed
the extra room and exercise
the pen provided, he suddenly
seemed lonely.
Fortunately, at about this
same time, our former office
assistant, Meghann Myers,
inquired if I would like a trio
of Columbian Wyandotte bantam chickens. Clearly, I can’t
say “no” to poultry, so Tyler
finally had some friends with
feathers. They seem to be
getting along well, although I
imagine he sees himself now
as just a big, socially awkward
chicken.
Late one morning, not long
after Tyler arrived, I was summoned to the waiting room
by a receptionist. “A Becky
Thomas is here and she has
something for you.”
I wondered if Mrs. Thomas
was the “neighbor lady.” And
what she had for me was a

Corn grain yield estimates

BY JAMES HOORMAN
Ag Educator
OSU Extension
Putnam County

Rainfall this weekend
helped some drought-stressed
corn fields. The U.S. Drought
Monitor estimates 46 percent
of Ohio was rated “moderate drought” in northern Ohio
and 15 percent in “severe
drought”. Two procedures
to estimate corn grain yields
prior to harvest are the YIELD
COMPONENT METHOD
and the EAR WEIGHT
METHOD. Each method will
produce yield estimates that
are within 20 bu/ac of actual
yield.
THE
YIELD
COMPONENT METHOD
principle advantage is that it
can be used at the milk stage
of kernel development, currently similar to most Ohio
corn fields. The yield component method uses a numerical
constant sometimes referred
to as a “fudgefactor” based
on a predetermined average
kernel weight. Since weight
per kernel will vary depending
on hybrid and environment,
the yield component method
should be used only to estimate relative grain yields, i.e.
“ballpark” grain yields. When
below normal rainfall occurs
during grain fill (resulting
in low kernel weights), the

yield component method will
OVERESTIMATE yields. In
a year with good grain fill
conditions (resulting in high
kernel weights) the method will underestimate grain
yields.
For
the
YIELD
COMPONENT METHOD,
Dr. Bob Nielsen at Purdue
University suggests a “fudge
factor” of 80 to 85 (85,000
kernels per 56 lb bushel) as
a realistic value to use in the
yield estimation equations.
Dr. Emerson Nafziger at the
University of Illinois says
under current drought stress
“…. If there’s a fair amount
of green leaf area and kernels have already reached
dough stage, using 90 [as the
“fudge-factor “] might be reasonable. If green leaf area is
mostly gone and kernels look
like they may be starting to
shrink a little, kernels may end
up very light, and using 120 or
even 140 [as the “fudge-factor”] might be more accurate”.
Calculate estimated grain
yield as follows: 1) Count the
number of harvestable ears in
a length of row equivalent to
1/1000th acre or 17 ft. 5 in.
for 30-inch rows. 2) On every
fifth ear, count the number of
kernel rows per ear and determine the average. 3) Count the
number of kernels per row and
determine the average. (Do
not count kernels on either

the butt or tip of the ear that
are less than half the size of
normal size kernels.) 4) Yield
(bushels per acre) equals (ear
#) x (avg. row #) x (avg.
kernel #) divided by 90. 5)
Repeat the procedure for at
least four additional sites.
Example: You are evaluating a field with 30-inch rows.
You counted 24 ears (per 17’
5” row section). Every fifth
ear resulted in an average row
number of 16 and an average
number of kernels per row of
30. The estimated yield for
that site in the field would be
(24 x 16 x 30) divided by 90,
which equals 128 bu/acre.
THE EAR WEIGHT
METHOD can only be used
after the grain is physiologically mature (black layer),
which occurs at about 3035%
grain moisture. Sample several sites in the field and measure
off a length of row equal to
1/1000th acre. Count the number of harvestable ears in the
1/1000th acre. Weigh every
fifth ear and calculate the
average ear weight (pounds)
for the site. Hand shell the
same ears, mix the grain well,
and determine average percent
grain moisture.
Calculate estimated grain
yield as follows: A) Multiply
ear number by average ear
weight. B) Multiply average
grain moisture by 1.411. C)
Add 46.2 to the result from

step B. D) Divide the result
from step A by the result from
step C. E) Multiply the result
from step D by 1,000.
Example: You are evaluating a field with 30-inch rows.
You counted 24 ears (per 17 ft.
5 in. section). Sampling every
fifth ear resulted in an average
ear weight of 1/2 pound. The
average grain moisture was
30 percent. Estimated yield
would be [(24 x 0.5) / ((1.411
x 30) + 46.2)] x 1,000, which
equals 135 bu/acre.
Because it can be used at
a relatively early stage of kernel development, the Yield
Component Method may be
of greater assistance to farmers trying to make a decision about whether to harvest
their corn for grain or silage
because there is greater benefit in harvesting fields with
marginal corn grain yield
potential for silage. From Dr.
Peter Thomison OSU Corn
Specialist, CORN Newsletter
2016-25.
Note: This is my last news
article since I have taken a
new job as NRCS Soil Health
Specialist for Ohio and
Southern Michigan located
in Findlay. Thanks for the
opportunity to serve agriculture in Putnam County.

beautiful painted plate depicting two Border Collies and
a lamb. What made the plate
even more special was that
it came from Machynlleth,
Wales, my ancestral hometown. Apparently, if you do
something nice for nice people
and a duck, the rewards can be
great indeed.
Frequently I am asked,
“What kind of pet should I
get for my child?” After getting to know Tyler, and really
learning how much fun these
kind and gentle birds can be,
I would highly recommend a
duck, or better yet, ducks - to

hopefully ward off some of
Tyler’s identity issues.
Ducks, like other poultry,
can harbor Salmonella. Make
sure young children are supervised, and wash their hands
frequently and thoroughly.
And for goodness sake, keep
the ducks out of the bathtub!
John H. Jones, DVM operates a mixed animal practice
in Delphos with his wife, Dr.
Bonnie Jones. Questions about
animal care may be sent to:
Dr. John H. Jones, Delphos
Animal Hospital, 1825 E. Fifth
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833.

Kitchen Press
A quick meal for a busy evening.
Sweet and Spicy Chicken Stir-Fry
1 can (8 oz.) pineapple chunks in its own juice,
undrained
2 teaspoons vegetable oil
1 large green bell pepper, cut into strips
4 half boneless chicken breasts, skinned, cooked and
cut bite-size
3/4 cup sweet and sour sauce
1/8 to 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
3 to 4 cups cooked rice
Drain pineapple, reserving 1/3 cup juice.
In large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add
green pepper; stir-fry 2 minutes.
Add chicken, sweet and sour sauce, crushed red
pepper flakes and pineapple; stir-fry 3 minutes or until
heated through.
Strawberry Frosties
2 cups frozen unsweetened strawberries
1-3/4 cups whipped topping
1-1/2 cups water
1-1/2 cups crushed ice
1/4 cup sugar
Place all ingredients in a blender. Cover and process
until smooth. Pour into glasses; serve immediately.
Makes 6 cups.

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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Golf Roundup

Sports

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Information Submitted
Kalida bests St. John’s in
golf dual
BOWLING GREEN —
Led by the 78 of medalist
Jeffre Knueve, the Kalida
golf team bested St. John’s
327-361 in a dual at Stone
Ridge Country Club Friday in
Bowling Green.
Trent Siebeneck added an
82 for the Wildcats, Christian
Nartker 83, Collin Nartke 84,
Josh Klausing 84 and Josh
Recker 89.
Derek Klausing shot an 83
and Austin Lucas a 91 for the Blue Jays, Adam Gerker 93 and
Robert Bresher 94.
=========
Redskins win golf tri
DELPHOS — St. Henry
defeated Spencerville and host
Fort Jennings 164-169-196 St. John’s senior quarterback Jacob Youngpeter gets the ball off under pressure from Celina’s defense and eventually hit
in a non-league boys golf tri Tim Kreeger for a long touchdown pass Friday night in scrimmage action. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
Friday morning on the back 9
at the Delphos Country Club.
Kyle Naumann, Rylee
Deitsch, Lucas Grieshop and
Ryan Griehop led the Redskins (3-0) with 41s.
Medalist Gavin Harmon led the Bearcats (5-3) with a 39
BY JIM METCALFE
quarter.
fumble recovery at the Jays’ 27 — to
and Ethan Harmon shot a 41.
DHI Media Sports Editor
The Bulldogs scored first — off the score on a 24-yard run at 7:31 of the
Austin Luebrecht’s 47 was
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com
first of those four Blue Jay miscues — third. The conversion made it 17-10.
low for the Musketeers (5-7)
on a 21-yard field goal with 1:55 left in
An interception at the Blue Jay 35 set
and Sam Vetter added a 48.
CELINA — There are certain funda- the first quarter.
up a 14-yard scoring run at 5:57 and the
Team Scores:
Hole: 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
mentals to the game of football that are
The Blue Jay replied with a 75-yard point-after made it 24-10.
17 18 Total
true, no matter what offensive or defen- connection from senior left-handed
The Jays got an interception by James
Par 4 3 4 4 4 3 5 5 4 36
sive
scheme
you
use.
quarterback
Jacob
Youngpeter
to
6-9
Garrett
at the Celina 38 but could not
St. Henry 164: Kyle Naumann
For
St.
John’s
head
football
coach
senior
tight
end
Timothy
Kreeger
and
take
advantage.
5 4 4 5 4 3 7 4 5 41, Ryan
Todd Schulte, his Blue Jay were sorely when Mark Wrasman added the converCelina then scored on a 90-yard run
Grieshop 6 3 5 4 3 4 6 5 5 41,
lacking in two of them in Friday night’s sion, the Jays led 7-3 with 1:39 to go in at 1:21 of the third and added the extra
Rylee Deitsch 6 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5
41, Lucas Grieshop 4 3 4 4 5 4 5
second — and final — scrimmage of the first.
point for a 31-10 edge.
7 5 41, Seth King 5 3 4 5 6 3 7 6
2016: turnovers and missed tackles.
Celina took the lead back late in the
In the fourth period, the Blue Jay
5 44, Jake Romer D/Q 9 9 9 9 9
Four
turnovers
led
to
21
points
as
the
first
half

off
a
fumble
recovery
at
the
reserves
ran off 9:16 to score on a 1-yard
9 9 9 9 81.
Bulldogs grabbed a 31-16 victory on a Jays’ 39 — with a 30-yard touchdown run by Brown at 2:44 but missed the
Spencerville 169: Gavin
soggy Celina Stadium field.
pass and the point-after made it 10-7 conversion for the final score.
Harmon 4 3 5 4 4 3 5 5 6 39,
“Those are two of the biggest funda- with 1:27 left in the half.
“We were looking to improve from
Ethan Harmon 6 4 4 4 4 3 5 5 6
41, Noah Dunlap 5 4 4 6 6 3 6 6 4 44, Collin Davis 5 4 5 5 5 3 6 6 6 45, mentals in the game. We gave them a
The Jays drove the length of the our first scrimmage at Van Buren at
Drake Mertz 6 4 5 6 5 3 6 7 6 48, Alex Gallman 8 4 6 5 6 5 6 5 6 51. short field against our defense and our field and tied it at 10-10 on a Wrasman Friday but it’s hard to say yes or no
Ft. Jennings 196: Austin Luebrecht 5 4 5 5 6 4 6 6 6 47, Sam Vetter tackling didn’t help,” Schulte began. 23-yard field goal with five ticks show- right now,” Schulte added. “We’ll look
6 5 5 5 7 3 6 6 5 48, Logan Hardeman 6 5 5 5 6 3 6 7 6 49, Griffin
at the films tomorrow morning and I’m
Morman 7 4 5 6 6 4 7 8 5 52, Brandon Wehri 6 4 7 7 5 4 6 8 6 53, “It’s hard to get into a flow in a game ing.
when you are giving it away that many
During the “break”, the St. John’s sure we improved in some areas but just
Connor Stechschulte 7 5 5 11 6 6 6 8 7 61.
times.”
JVs scored twice: on a 50-yard inter- the big mistakes we made made it hard
==========
The
teams
played
a
half
of
firstception return by sophomore Lucas to see.”
Patriots down Big Green
and-10, then had a “halftime” where the Metcalfe and a 50-yard tun by freshman
The Jays open the regular season
on the links
7:30 p.m. Friday at home versus Bath.
DELPHOS — On the front junior varsity units got a series each of Jordan Brown.
When the varsity returned, Celina
9 at the Delphos Country 10 plays, then came back with a second
Club Friday morning, Patrick half, with the JVs taking over in the last took advantage of a third miscue — a
Henry defeated host Ottoville
196-208 in a golf dual.
Kaiden McGraw was low
man for the Patriots (3-1) with
a 46 and James Gerken added
Information Submitted
the USA Football program, ted to partnering with orga- High School program.
a 47.
which is supported by the nizations that enhance stuHeads Up Football High
Dylan Kemper’s 46 topped
COLUMBUS — The American College of Sports dent-athlete safety through- School is a comprehenthe Big Green (1-11) and Ohio High School Athletic Medicine, the National out the state of Ohio,” sive approach to teach and
Andy Schimmoeller added a Association (OHSAA) has Athletic Trainers’ Association said OHSAA Assistant play the sport. The program
47.
endorsed USA Football’s and the American Medical Commissioner Beau Rugg. teaches tackling and blockTeam Scores:
Heads Up Football High Society for Sports Medicine, “The education gained ing techniques designed to
Patrick Henry 196: Kaiden McGraw 46, James Gerken 47, Zach School® program for the bet- among other leading asso- through USA Football’s reduce helmet contact and
Clemens 51, Natalie Nelson 52, Jordan Moore 57.
Ottoville 208: Dylan Kemper 46, Andy Schimmoeller 52, Ethan terment of the state’s foot- ciations spanning medicine Heads Up Football High improve skill development
ball-playing student-athletes. and sport.
School program will improve and all-sport-relevant topics
Geise 53, Kaleb Hanicq 57, Zach
Including the OHSAA, a
Created and administered the overall quality and safety including Centers for Disease
Knippen 63.
total of 30 state high school by independent non-prof- of play while keeping the Control and Prevention
=========
athletic associations and it USA Football, Heads Up same fun, competitive atmo- (CDC) concussion recogniGrove takes NWC tri
coaches associations span- Football High School estab- sphere for which Ohio high tion and response; sudden
KALIDA — Crestview
ning 24 states support the lishes important standards school football is known. We cardiac arrest protocols;
dropped a 190-217 match to
USA Football program.
rooted in the best available are excited to begin.”
hydration and heat preparedColumbus Grove as part of a
In preparation for the 2016 science. More than 1,100
The Cincinnati Bengals ness; and instruction on propNorthwest Conference tri at
football season, the OHSAA high schools nationwide reg- and Cleveland Browns er helmet and shoulder pad
Country Acres in Kalida on
recommends that each of istered for the program in each support the OHSAA’s fitting.
Thursday. The host Bulldogs
the state’s 720 football-play- 2015.
endorsement
of
USA
leveled Ada in the other
See OHSAA, page 7
ing high schools enroll in
“The OHSAA is commit- Football’s Heads Up Football
match, with Ada posting a
294.
Crestview, now 3-3 overall
and 0-2 in NWC play, was led
by Colton Lautzenheiser’s 51.
fish with their long paddle-shaped snout and
Caden Hurless posted a 53,
Information Submitted
Central Basin
with Kaleb Myers adding a
Walleye: Good fishing was report- a skeleton made completely of cartilage.
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
There is no other North American fish
ed in 30 feet of water northeast of
55 and Brett Schumm finishing the team scoring with a 58.
NATURAL RESOURCES
Gordon Park, in 38-60 feet of water species that resembles them!
Jacob Bowman (63) and Ethan Waddles (67) also played for
Division of Wildlife
=========
north of Wildwood Park, in 50-55 feet
the Knights.
The Fish Ohio Report
ODNR offers Special Deer Hunts
north-northwest of Fairport, in 59-65
Lake Erie
Grove is now 4-1 on the year. The hosts were led by match
COLUMBUS — The ODNR will offer
feet northeast of Ashtabula and in 60-70 special archery deer hunts at seven locations
Regulations to Remember:
medalist Kyle Welty, who carded a 43, while Jacob Oglesbee
The daily bag limit for walleye in feet north-northwest of Conneaut. that border three of Ohio’s State Scenic
had a 46, Noah Oglesbee
50, Zach Roberts and Grant Ohio waters of Lake Erie is 6 fish per Anglers are trolling with dipsey divers Rivers through local lottery drawings. The
will offer sportsmen a unique opporSchroeder 51s and Owen angler; minimum-size limit is 15 inches. or planer boards with weights or jet hunts
… The daily bag limit for yellow perch divers, ahead of stick baits or worm tunity to explore seldom visited sites, while
Macke 54.
lessening the impact of deer browsing on
Ada, now 0-5, shaved 39 is 30 fish per angler in all Ohio waters of harnesses. The best colors have been native plant populations. The Scenic Rivers
purple,
blue
and
pink.
strokes off its team score from Lake Erie. … The trout and salmon daily
Yellow Perch: Fishing has been slow Program has identified properties along some
Wednesday. Taylor Ramey bag limit is 5 fish per angler; the mini- recently. Some fish are being caught in of Ohio’s highest quality rivers and streams
carded a 67, Rob Allison mum-size limit is 12 inches. … Black 43-49 feet north-northwest of Edgewater to be open for the hunts. These woodland
bass (largemouth and smallmouth bass):
successional habitats, including broad
72, Alex Morgan 73, Austin the daily bag limit is 5 fish per angler Park, in 45-55 feet northwest of Fairport and
floodplains and upland regions, have seen
Amburgey 82, Jacob Colwell with a 14-inch minimum-size limit.
Harbor and in 40 feet north of Conneaut. very little hunting and should offer good
85 and Nathan Hurlig 93.
Perch-spreaders with shiners fished near sporting conditions.
Western Basin
Application for the hunts will be handled
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Walleye: Many of the fish being the bottom produce the most fish.
Panthers seize NWC caught have been below the 15-inch
Smallmouth Bass: Fishing has been at the local level by ODNR staff during
scheduled drawings. Hunters must attend
quad
legal size limit, primarily from the 2014 excellent in 10-30 feet around the harmeetings if they are interested in
DELPHOS — Paulding downed host Jefferson, Crestview year class. There have been very few bor areas in Cleveland, Fairport Harbor, individual
particular hunts. At that time, hunters can
and Ada 184-194-202-333 in a Northwest Conference golf recent reports. The best area has been Geneva, Ashtabula and Conneaut using enter the drawing by purchasing a single
quad Wednesday on the par-36 back nine at Delphos Country south of Kelleys Island. Most fish have drop-shot rigs, tube jigs, spinners, crank- ticket at the price of $5. Hunters must possess a valid 2016-17 hunting license in order
Club.
been caught by trolling with spoons or baits, leeches and crayfish.
Steelhead: Recent reports have been to purchase tickets.
worm harnesses and by casting with
Paulding (3-0, 1-0 NWC)
Names will be randomly drawn and those
weight-forward spinners or mayfly rigs. the best of the year. Fish are being
was guided by the 45 of
Yellow Perch: Fishing has been picked up by anglers trolling for walleye selected will be assigned a specific time
Fletcher Cook.
hunt. An orientation will be conducted
improving with the best spots being the off Ashtabula and Conneaut. (See sec- to
Jefferson (6-5, 2-2) got a
immediately following the drawing, outlintion
on
central
basin
walleye.)
Toledo harbor light, the Toledo water
44 from Braden Hammons
special regulations for the hunts. Hunters
The Lake Erie water temperature ing
intake, around the “A”, “B”, and “G”
will be permitted to hunt with a partner. The
and a 46 by Andrew Foust.
is
79
off
Toledo
and
78
off
Cleveland,
buoys of the Camp Perry firing range,
partner is not required to attend the drawing
Crestview (2-2, 0-1 NWC)
northwest of Rattlesnake Island, south- according to the nearshore marine fore- or orientation.
was led by the 42 of medalist
All of these special hunts will be archery
west of Green Island, south of Ballast cast. Anglers are encouraged to always
Colton Lautzenheiser.
Island and to a lesser extent between wear a U.S. Coast Guard-approved per- only and each winner will receive a 2-week
Ada (0-3, 0-1) received a
period in which they can hunt at that particLakeside and Kelleys Island. Perch- sonal flotation device while boating.
71 by Taylor Ramey.
ular site. Hunters may enter the drawings for
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spreaders
with
shiners
fished
near
the
Team Scores:
all seven of the hunts but they must attend
Species
Spotlight:
Paddlefish
bottom produce the most fish.
4 3 4 4 4 3 5 5 4 - 36
Paddlefish are often commercially har- the meeting for each hunt in order to enter
Largemouth
Bass:
Largemouth
bass
Paulding 184: Fletcher Cook 6 5 4 5 5 4 6 5 5 45, Ethan Dominique
vested in other states for their eggs ,which the drawing. Entry forms will not be accept5 4 4 7 5 4 6 6 5 46, Kade McGarvey 7 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 5 46, Weston have been caught in harbors and along are sold as caviar.
ed by mail or phone. Hunt locations and
Phlipot 5 4 4 7 5 5 6 6 5 47, Cole Heller 5 4 4 6 5 3 5 9 8 49, Isaac the main lake shoreline around Catawba
In Ohio, they are protected as a threat- drawing dates are listed below:
Baldwin 6 6 7 6 11 4 7 10 5 62.
and Marblehead using drop-shot rigs, ened species and must be released if capSee GOLF, page 7
See WILDLIFE, page 7
tube jigs and crankbaits.
tured. They are one of Ohio’s most unique

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Lincolnview Lancer Golf Teams for 2016

The Lincolnview girls golf team for 2016 includes head coach Brad Doidge, Makenzie The Lincolnview boys golf team for 2016 consists of Joshah Rager, Ryan Moody, Reece
Kraft, Macala Ashbaugh, McKenzie Davis, Marissa Miller and Shiann Kraft. (DHI Farmer, Jayden Youtsey, Brayden Evans, Nick Moytcka and head coach Daryl Dowdy.
Media/Heather Marie Photography)
(DHI Media/Heather Marie Photography)

Coach-Pitch Pirates Team for 2016

The 2016 Coach-Pitch Pirates team had, front from left, Colby Schindler, Brayden Thompson, Braxton Suever, Kellen
Brotherwood, Caleb Lybarger and Treyden Graham; Second row, Garion Fuerst, Drew Baldauf, Maddox Kroeger,
Mason Waltmire, Jaxon Rahrig, Drake Fittro and Trevor Lirot; and coaches Kevin Fuerst, Rick Suever and Neil
Brotherwood. (DHI Media/Charlie Ashby)

OHSAA
(Continued from page 6)
Schools participating in
the USA Football program are
to designate a Player Safety
Coach (PSC) from their football coaching staffs. PSCs are
trained to guide, direct and
monitor the program’s implementation as well as lead
in-person training for fellow
coaches, parents and players.
PSCs have access to USA
Football clinics throughout
the offseason to learn Heads
Up Football protocols and
techniques. Coaches within
high schools enrolled in the
program gain training through
USA Football’s Heads Up
Football High School Coach
Certification, which was
developed in partnership with
National Federation of State
High School Associations
(NFHS).
Education Components
of Heads Up Football High
School:
· Concussion Recognition
and Response
· Heat Preparedness and
Hydration
· Sudden Cardiac Arrest
· Proper Equipment Fitting
· Shoulder Tackling
· Heads Up Blocking
“This endorsement by the
Ohio High School Athletic
Association sends a positive
message and unifies leaders in football across Ohio
through a shared commitment
to its young athletes,” said
USA Football CEO Scott
Hallenbeck. “We are proud
to partner with the OHSAA
for the good of its member
schools’ football-playing student-athletes.”
State high school associations and coaches asso-

ciations that support USA
Football’s Heads Up Football
High School program for the
good of their student-athletes:

Alabama High School Athletic
Association
Minnesota Football Coaches
Association
Alaska
School
Activities
Association
Mississippi
High
School
Activities Association
Arizona
Interscholastic
Association
Nebraska Coaches Association
Arkansas Football Coaches
Association
New
Mexico
Activities
Association
California
Interscholastic
Federation
New York State Public High
School Athletic Assoc.
Delaware
Interscholastic
Athletics Association
Northern Virginia Football
Coaches Association
Delaware Interscholastic Football
Coaches Assoc.
Ohio High School Athletic
Association
Hawaii High School Athletic
Association
Oregon
Athletic
Coaches
Association
Idaho High School Activities
Association
Oregon
School
Activities
Association
Indiana
Football
Coaches
Association
Pennsylvania Scholastic Football
Coaches Association
Indiana High School Athletic
Association
South Carolina Football Coaches
Association
Iowa
Football
Coaches
Association
Vermont Principals Association
Louisiana High School Athletic
Association
Virginia High School League
Louisiana High School Coaches
Association
Virginia Independent Schools
Athletic Association
Michigan High School Football
Coaches Assoc.
Washington
Interscholastic
Activities Association

Golf
(Continued from page 6)

Wildlife

(Continued from page 6)

Terra Nova (Union County)
site located on Big Darby Creek.
The hunt site is located on North
Lewisburg Road in North Lewisburg.
The hunt meeting and drawing for
the Terra Nova hunt will be held at
the Plain City Youth Building located
in Pastime Park, 344 N. Chillicothe
St., Plain City. This drawing will be
held 9 a.m. Aug. 27.
Milford Center (Union County)
site located on Big Darby Creek.
The hunt site is located between
Middleburg-Plain City and North
Darby Coe Road just southeast of
Collins Road. The hunt meeting and
drawing for the Milford Center hunt
will be held at the Plain City Youth
Building located in Pastime Park,
344 N. Chillicothe St., Plain City.
This drawing will be held 9 a.m.
Aug. 27.
Abshire-Graves (Darke County)
site is located on the Stillwater
River. The hunt site is located on
State Route 185, Versailles. The
hunt meeting and drawing for the
Abshire-Graves hunt will be held at
the Barn at Stillwater Prairie, 9750
State Route 185, Covington. This
drawing will be held 3 p.m. Aug. 27.
The meetings and drawings for
all four Little Miami River sites
(Deerfield Gorge, Caesar Creek,
Hall’s Creek and Roxanna) will
be held at the Wayne Township
Administration building hearing
room at 6050 North Clarksville
Road, Waynesville. These drawings
will be held 10 a.m. Sept. 10.
Deerfield Gorge (Warren County)
site is located on the Little Miami
River. The hunt site is located on
King Avenue, Maineville.
Caesar Creek (Warren County)
site is located on the Little Miami
River. The hunt site for Caesar
Creek is located on County Road
30 (Middletown Road), Waynesville.
Hall’s Creek (Warren County)
site is located on the Little Miami
River. The hunt site for Hall’s
Creek is located on Mason Morrow
Millgrove Road, Morrow.
Roxanna (Greene County) site
is located on the Little Miami River.
The hunt site for Roxanna is located
on U.S. Route 42, Spring Valley.
Ohio pioneered the river preservation movement in 1968 with the
passage of the nation’s first scenic
rivers act. This legislation created
a state program to protect Ohio’s
remaining high quality streams for
future generations. Scenic rivers
retain most of their natural characteristics at a time when many rivers
reflect the negative impacts of human
activities. There are currently 14 designated state scenic rivers in Ohio.

Jefferson 194: Braden Hammons 4 3 4 6 4 4 6 9 4 44, Andrew
Foust 5 4 5 4 5 5 6 7 5 46, Matt Schroeder 7 5 5 7 6 5 6 4 5 50, Braxton
Scalf 6 4 5 6 7 5 5 9 7 54, Evan Mox 6 3 7 5 7 4 6 8 10 56, Nathan
Pohlman 6 4 5 6 7 5 11 7 7 5.
Crestview 202: Colton Lautzenheiser 4 6 6 5 4 4 5 4 4 42, Caden
Hurless 6 4 5 5 5 4 7 7 5 48, Kaleb Myers 7 6 6 4 7 4 7 7 6 54, Brett
Schumm 7 4 6 5 8 6 8 7 7 58, Jacob Bowman 6 4 7 8 8 5 10 7 7 62,
As well, the ODNR will
Ethan Waddles 7 6 7 9 7 6 7 9 7 65.
Ada 333: Taylor Ramey 7 7 9 8 8 6 9 9 8 71, Alex Morgan 7 8 8 coordinate special deer hunts
9 10 4 11 13 12 82, Jake Colwell 10 5 12 13 10 5 9 10 13 87, Nate at six state nature preserves
Hurtig 11 7 13 10 11 7 11 16 7 93, Robbie Allison 13 9 10 8 12 7 15 across the state.
14 9 97, Austin Amburgy 14 8 16 11 15 12 17 9 6 108.
The deer population has an

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Lady Lancers win tri-match
The Lincolnview Lady Lancers along with the Lady Raiders
of Wayne Trace traveled into WBL territory to take on the Lima
Shawnee Lady Indians at the Oaks Golf Course Wednesday..
With the recent rains that have hit the area, long drives were
not the norm as the teams played lift, clean and place all over
the golf course.
Commented Lancer Head Coach Brad Doidge, “The conditions at the golf course were very wet and the coaches all
agreed to play the local rule all over the golf course. Everyone
has to play the conditions and use their mental game.”
The Lancers were up to the challenge as they swept the trimatch between the schools.
The Lancers posted a school record score of 185 to defeat
the Raiders (196) and the Indians (207). The local dual
between Raider Gracie Gudakunst and Lancer Marissa Miller
continued as each shot a fine score of 44 to take co-match
medalist honors.
“Gracie is an excellent player and has performed well at the
beginning of the season taking the medalist honors in many
local tournaments. She strikes the ball well and gets up and
down well and that is the key to scoring,” commented Doidge.
“Marissa has worked hard to improve her game as well and has
had a good start to the season as well. She and Gracie have had
a good battle so far.”
The Lancer team score of 185 was achieved by Macala
Ashbaugh’s 45, good for third place, while McKenzie Davis
and Makenzie Kraft posted scores of 47 and 49 respectively.
Shiann Kraft turned in a 56 for her best round of the season.
The Raider scoring consisted of Brooke Sinn (48), Hailey
Dempsey (50) and Gilly Wiseman (54). Olivia Klinker chipped
in with a 59.
Shawnee was led in scoring by Megan Spainhower as she
posted a 49. Bailey Gillen (51), Raegan Wheeler (52) and
Taylor Burgess (55).

impact on high-quality habitats at several state nature
preserves. Evidence suggests
that deer browsing may promote the spread of garlic
mustard, a non-native invasive plant which displaces
some of Ohio native species.
Preserve managers will
handle hunting applications
at the local level. Hunters
must attend individual meetings if they are interested in
particular hunts. During those
events, hunters can enter the
drawing by purchasing a single ticket for $5.
Other requirements —
besides those already listed
— include:
Hunters interested in both
the Lake Katharine gun and
archery hunts will have to
purchase separate lottery tickets for each event.
These hunts are “doe first”
hunts, meaning a buck can be
taken only after an antlerless
deer is harvested. The harvest
of does helps manage the deer
population. Other special regulations will be addressed at
the orientation meetings following the drawings.
Lake Katharine State
Nature Preserve will again
provide both archery and gun

hunting opportunities. The
Lake Katharine archery hunt
will offer hunters 2-week
blocks of time to hunt. For
the Lake Katharine gun hunt,
hunters will be drawn for one
of the 2-day hunts, either Nov.
28-29 or Dec. 1-2, all during
the regular statewide gun season. This year, an additional muzzleloader hunt will be
offered on the first two days
of muzzleloader season, Jan.
7-8, 2017.
Hunts at Blackhand
Gorge,
Miller
Nature
Sanctuary, Whipple, Goll
Woods and Lawrence Woods
will be archery-only hunts.
Successful lottery winners of
these hunts will be offered
2-week blocks of time.

Hunt locations and meeting dates
are as follows:
Miller Sanctuary State Nature
Preserve (Highland County) - The
drawings will be held at the Chaparral
Prairie Nature Preserve office located
at 209 Hawk Hill Road, West Union,
45693 5 p.m. Sept. 7. Contact Josh
Deemer at 740-285-5971 or joshwa.deemer@dnr.state.oh.us to learn
more about this opportunity.
Whipple State Nature Preserve
(Adams County) - The drawings
will be held at the Chaparral Prairie
Nature Preserve office, located at 209
Hawk Hill Road, West Union, 45693
5 p.m. Sept. 7. Contact Josh Deemer
at 740-285-5971 or joshwa.deemer@
dnr.state.oh.us to learn more about
this opportunity.
Blackhand Gorge State Nature
Preserve (Licking County) - The
drawings will be held at the preserve
office, located at 5213 Rock Haven
Road, Newark, 43055 6 p.m. Sept.
8. Contact Jeff Johnson at 740-3808919 or jeff.johnson@dnr.state.oh.us
to learn more about this opportunity.
Goll Woods State Nature Preserve
(Fulton County) - The archery hunt
drawing will be held at the preserve
office, located at 26093 County Road
F, Archbold, 43502 9 a.m. Sept. 10.
Contact Ryan Schroeder at 419-4451775 or ryan.schroeder@dnr.state.
oh.us to learn more about this opportunity.
Lake Katharine State Nature
Preserve (Jackson County) - The
drawings will be held at the preserve
office, located at 1703 Katharine
Road, Jackson, 45640 10 a.m. Sept.
10. Contact Jeff Johnson at 740-3808919 or jeff.johnson@dnr.state.oh.us
to learn more about this opportunity.
Lawrence Woods State Nature
Preserve (Hardin County) - The
archery hunt drawing will be held
at the preserve parking area, located at 13278 County Road 190,
Kenton, 43226 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept.
11. Contact Ryan Schroeder at 419445-1775 or ryan.schroeder@dnr.
state.oh.us to learn more about this
opportunity.

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Special Lottery Hunt
available
COLUMBUS

Transportation
Research
Center, Inc. (TRC) will hold
a lottery drawing for special
deer hunt opportunities on
Aug. 30. The hunts take place
on TRC managed property
located in Logan County.
The drawing will take
place at the West Mansfield
Conservation Club, located
at 700 South Main Street,
West Mansfield, Ohio 43358.
Registration begins at 5 p.m.
and the drawing will be held
at 6 p.m. To participate in the
drawing, hunters must appear
in person, be at least 18 years
old and present a valid 20162017 Ohio hunting license
and deer permit. Youth hunters may participate in the
hunt but are not eligible for
the drawing.
Hunting dates will be
scheduled for Saturdays and
Sundays and approximately
50 hunters and partners will
be drawn.

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CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360°
Anderson Cooper 360° Anderson Cooper 360° CNN Tonight (N)
Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Daily Show Night. Show midnight Tosh.0 HD
Deadliest Catch (N) HD Deadliest Catch HD
Deadliest Catch HD
Deadliest Catch HD
Deadliest Catch HD
BUNK’D
Camp Rock (‘08, NR) Demi Lovato.
Stuck Mid. Bizaard
BUNK’D
Liv/Maddie Girl World Best Friends
Hollywood Medium HD Botched by Nature HD E! News (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
Baseball
MLB Baseball: New York Yankees at Seattle Mariners (Live) HD
(7:30) 2016 LL World Series (Live)
Champ. Drive HD
Champ. Drive HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
NFL Live HD
Chopped (TV G) (N) HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Chopped Junior (N) HD Chopped (TV G) HD
Cheer Squad (N) HD
The 700 Club HD
So Raven So Raven
Pretty Little Liars (N) HD Dead of Summer (N)
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2 (‘12, PG-13) aac
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2 (‘12, PG-13) aac
Fixer Upper (TV G) HD
Hunters
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Fixer Upper (TV G) HD
Fixer Upper (TV G) HD
Fixer Upper (TV G) HD
Milwaukee Milwaukee (:03) Forged in Fire HD Cnt Cars Cnt Cars
Cnt Cars Cnt Cars Forged in Fire (N) HD
(:02) Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (‘09, PG-13) HD
The Switch (‘10) aac HD
The Switch (‘10, PG-13) aac Jennifer Aniston. HD
Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Cannon
Cannon
Cannon
Nicky
Crashletes Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Ink Master Ink Master (N) HD
Ink Master Ink Master Nightmares Nightmares
Ink Master: “Revenge Live” HD
Lake Placid (‘99, R) aac Bill Pullman.
Placid 2 a
Push (‘09, PG-13) aac Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning.
2 Broke Girls Conan HD
Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (TV14) (N) HD
(:45) Love on a Pillow (‘62, NR) Brigitte Bardot.
(:45) Plucking the Daisy (‘56, NR)
Naughty Girl (‘56, NR) aac
The Cake Boss (N) HD
Playhouse Masters (N) (:04) Counting On HD
The Cake Boss HD
Counting On (N) HD
Castle (TVPG) HD
Castle (TVPG) HD
Castle: “Fifth Bullet” HD
Castle: “Last Words”
Castle (TVPG) HD
Bizarre Foods America Driven By Food HD
Bizarre HD Bizarre HD Driven By Food (N) HD Bizarre Foods HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
A Griffith Loves Raymond HD
Chrisley
Chrisley
Mod Family Mod Family Mod Family Mod Family
WWE SmackDown (Live) HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Poetic Justice (‘93, R) aac Janet Jackson, Tupac Shakur. HD
Thin Line
Love & Hip Hop HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
Cops HD
Camp LA Rams (N) HD
Real Sports HD
Principals Mike XXL
Point Break (‘15, PG-13) aa Édgar Ramírez. HD
Unfaithful (‘02, R) aaa Richard Gere. HD
Batman & Robin (‘97) ac
Focus (‘15, R) aaa Will Smith, Margot Robbie. HD
Southpaw (‘15, R) aaac Jake Gyllenhaal. HD
Roadies (TVMA) HD
Godfrey (TVMA) HD
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Cornerstone Of Rock: A Soundstage Special I Califonia Dreamin’ : The songs of The Mamas And The Papas I Cornerstones Of Rock: A soundstage Special

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Goldbergs Goldbergs Goldbergs Goldbergs Mod Family black-ish Local
Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
Criminal Minds HD
American Gothic (N) HD Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Corden
Big Brother (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
America’s Got Talent
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The Night Shift (N) HD
MasterChef (N) HD
Local Programs
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MasterChef (N) HD
Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD
Duck Dnsty Duck Dnsty Duck Dnsty Jep (N) HD Wahlburger Black (N) Wahlburger Duck Dnsty Duck Dnsty Duck Dnsty
The Road Warrior (‘82, R) aaa Mel Gibson. HD
Mad Max: Beyond (‘85)
Mad Max (‘79, R) aaa Mel Gibson. HD
Wild Costa Rica (N) HD Toucan Nation (N) HD
Wild Mexico (TVPG) HD
Wild Costa Rica HD
Wild Mexico (TVPG) HD
One Shot
Martin
Martin
Martin
Martin
Martin
Martin
Wendy Williams HD
Real Housewives (N)
(:15) Real Housewives N.Y. (TV14)
Housewives (TV14)
Housewives
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King of Hill Bob’s Brgrs Bob’s Brgrs Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squidbillies
Skull Challenge HD
Brkn Skull
Man Stand. Man Stand. The Goonies (‘85, PG) aaa Sean Astin, Josh Brolin.
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360°
Anderson Cooper 360° Anderson Cooper 360° CNN Tonight (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park Period (N) South Park Daily Show Night. Show midnight Period
Dual Survival (N) HD
(:16) Dual Survival (TV14) HD
(:32) Naked and Afraid (TV14) HD
Dual Survival HD
BUNK’D
Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (‘10)
Stuck Mid. Bizaard
BUNK’D
Liv/Maddie Girl World Best Friends
Chrisley
E! News (N) HD
Hollywood Medium (N) Botched by Nature (TV14) (N) HD
Baseball
MLB Baseball: San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers (Live) HD
(7:30) 2016 LL World Series (Live)
The Herbies HD
SportsCenter HD
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Heisman 30 for 30: “No Mas” HD
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
Cutthroat Kitchen (N)
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
Cheer Squad (N) HD
The 700 Club HD
Stevens
Stevens
(7:00) Cast Away (‘00, PG-13) Tom Hanks. HD
Tyrant (TVMA) (N) HD
Tyrant: “Ask For Earth” (TVMA) HD
Tyrant HD
(7:00) Man of Steel (‘13, PG-13) ac Henry Cavill.
Hunters
Property Brothers HD Buying and Selling HD
Property Brothers HD Buying and Selling (N) Hunters
American Pickers HD
Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
Little Women: LA (N)
Little Women: Atlanta Little Women: Atlanta Little Women: LA HD
Little Women: LA (N)
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Unlocking the Truth (N) 8 Mile (‘02, R) Eminem.
Nicky
Crashletes Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
RoboCop (‘14, PG-13) aaa Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman. HD
Death Race (‘08, R) aac Jason Statham. HD
Paranormal Witness
Ghost Hunters HD
Paranormal Witness
Lake Placid 2 (‘07) a HD Ghost Hunters (N) HD
2 Broke Girls Conan HD
Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Cargo (‘36)
Broadway Thru a Keyhole (‘33, NR) (:45) Night After Night (‘32, NR) aac (:15) American Madness (‘32, NR)
Toddlers and Tiaras HD Love At First Kiss HD
Toddlers and Tiaras (N) Toddlers and Tiaras (N) Love At First Kiss (N)
Castle: “Wrapped Up”
Major Crimes HD
Major Crimes HD
CSI: NY: “Blacklist” HD
Castle (TVPG) HD
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
A Griffith Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Mr. Robot (TV14) (N) HD Law & Order: SVU HD (:06) Suits (TVPG) HD
Law & Order: SVU HD Suits (TVPG) (N) HD
Dating Naked (N) HD
Dating Naked HD
Miss Congeniality (‘00, PG-13) Sandra Bullock.
Dating Naked HD
Person of Interest HD Person of Interest HD Person of Interest HD How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
(:15) American Pie (‘99, R) aaa Jason Biggs. HD Wednesday Ballers HD The Night of (TVMA) HD Camp LA Rams HD
Eagle Eye (‘08, PG-13) aaa Shia LaBeouf. HD
Hitman: Agent 47 (‘15)
(:20) What Happens in Vegas (‘08, PG-13) HD
Daddy’s Little Girls (‘07, PG-13) HD
Good Luck
Casino Royale (‘06) HD Why Did I Get Married? (‘07, PG-13) Tyler Perry.

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(:01) Mistresses (N) HD Local
Jimmy Kimmel Live (N) Nightline
Bachelor in Paradise (TV14) (N) HD
2 Broke Girls Mom HD
Odd Couple Scorpion (TV14) HD
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Corden
Mom HD
Running Wild (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
American Ninja Warrior: “Philadelphia” (N) HD
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So You Think You Can Dance (TVPG) (N) HD
Criminal Minds HD
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Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds: “#6"
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The First 48 (TV14) HD
Behind (N) (:31) 48 HD The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
Making Chicago (N) HD Making Chicago HD
Pearl Harbor (‘01) HD
(7:00) Pearl Harbor (‘01, PG-13) Ben Affleck. HD
Yukon Men (TV14) HD
Yukon Men (TV14) HD
(:03) Lone Star Law HD Yukon Men (TV14) HD
Yukon Men: “Drive” HD
Martin
Martin
Wendy Williams HD
Soul Men (‘08, R) aaa Samuel L. Jackson, Bernie Mac. HD
Orange County Social Real Housewives (N)
Odd Mom Odd Mom Watch What Housewives (TV14)
Housewives
King of Hill Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Bob’s Brgrs Bob’s Brgrs Robot
Squidbillies
Skull Challenge HD
Brkn Skull
Man Stand. Man Stand. Smokey and the Bandit (‘77, PG) aaa Burt Reynolds. HD
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360°
Anderson Cooper 360° Anderson Cooper 360° CNN Tonight (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Night. Show midnight South Park
Misfit Garage: “What Klump?” (TV14) (N) HD
(:04) Misfit Garage: “What Klump?” (TV14) HD
Misfit Garage (N) HD
Meet (‘07) (:40) Elena Bizaard
Undercover Girl World Bizaard
Best Friends Liv/Maddie Girl World Best Friends
Kardashians (TV14) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
E! News (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
2016 Little League World Series: “Elimination”
Baseball Tonight HD
60 HD
NFL’s Game NFL’s Greatest
Armwrestling HD
Armwrestling (Replay)
SC Featured HD
Cake Wars (N) HD
Cake Wars (N) HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Cake Wars (TV G) HD
Food Star Kids (N) HD
Guilt (TV14) (N) HD
Cheer Squad (N) HD
The 700 Club HD
Hannah
Hannah
The Fosters (N) HD
Despicable Me 2 (‘13, PG) aaac Steve Carell.
Man of the House (‘05)
Despicable Me 2 (‘13, PG) aaac Steve Carell.
Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Hunters
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Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
Wild Oats (‘16, NR) Shirley MacLaine. HD
The Ugly Truth (‘09) HD
The Ugly Truth (‘09, R) aac Katherine Heigl. HD
Teen Mom (N) HD
Teen Mom (N) HD
Unlocking the Truth
Teen Mom (TVPG) HD
Teen Mom (TVPG) HD
SpongeBob SpongeBob Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Beyond Scared HD
Beyond Scared HD
Beyond Scared HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Beyond Scared HD
Land of the Lost (‘09, PG-13) aa Will Ferrell. HD
Hulk (‘03, PG-13) aa Eric Bana, Jennifer Connelly.
2 Broke Girls Conan HD
Family Guy Am. Dad
Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Frontal HD Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Lives (‘31)
Lady in the Lake (‘47, NR) Robert Montgomery.
They Were Expendable (‘45, NR) aaa Robert Montgomery.
Too Close To Home: “Dangerously” (N) HD
Too Close To Home: “Dangerously Close” HD
90 Day Fiance (N) HD
Rizzoli & Isles (N) HD
Major Crimes (N) HD
Rizzoli & Isles HD
Law & Order (TV14) HD
Rizzoli & Isles HD
Secret Eat Secret Eat Bizarre HD Bizarre HD Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre HD Bizarre HD Bizarre Foods HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
A Griffith Loves Raymond HD
Queen of the South HD CSI: Crime Scene HD
WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) HD
TI & Tiny VH1 Live! Love & Hip Hop HD
VH1 Live!
Love & Hip Hop (N) HD TI & Tiny Love & Hip Hop HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
Elementary (TV14) HD
Camp LA Rams HD
The Night of (TVMA) HD
Ballers HD The Martian (‘15, PG-13) Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain. HD
Fifty Shades of Grey (‘15, R) Jamie Dornan. HD
Depravity Depravity
(:05) El Cantante (‘07, R) aa Marc Anthony. HD
Roadies (TVMA) HD
Ray Donovan HD
Roadies (TVMA) HD
The Best Man (‘99) HD
Ray Donovan HD

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AUGUST 22, 2016
9:00

I Miss Downtown Abby

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Celebrity Family Feud The $100,000 Pyramid Match Game (N) HD
BrainDead: “Water” (N)
Local Programs
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(:01) Big Brother (N) HD Madam Secretary HD
The Voice Local
(:35) 2016 Summer Olympics HD
2016 Summer Olympics: “Closing Ceremony” (Taped) HD
Simpsons Brooklyn Family Guy Last Man Local Programs
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Leverage (TVPG) HD
Leverage (TVPG) HD
Flashpoint (TV14) HD
Flashpoint (TVPG) HD
Leverage (TV14) HD
Hoarders: Then & Now
Hoarders: Then & Now Intervention: “Ryan” (N) Escaping Polygamy HD The First 48 (TV14) HD
Geeking
Walking
Fear the Walking Dead Fear the Walking Dead (:01) Talking Dead (TV14) (N) HD
Wild West Alaska HD
Wild West Alaska HD
Wild West Alaska HD
Wild West Alaska HD
Wild West Alaska HD
Payne HD Abundant Danny
Bad Boys National Security (‘03, PG-13) aac Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn. HD
Housewives (TV14)
Housewives (TV14)
Watch What Housewives (TV14)
Housewives
Real Housewives (N)
King of Hill Cleve. Show Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Rick/Morty Brad Neely Rick/Morty Tyson
Romy & Michele: In the Beginning (‘05, NR) HD
Cops HD
My Best Friend’s Wedding (‘97, PG-13) aac Julia Roberts. HD
Declassified (N) HD
Declassified HD
The Hunt
The Hunt
The Hunt (N)
(7:45) Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser (‘15, NR) ac David Spade. HD Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser (‘15, NR) ac David Spade. HD
Naked and Afraid HD
Naked & Afraid (N) HD Naked and Afraid (N)
Naked and Afraid HD
Naked and Afraid HD
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Girl World Liv/Maddie Stuck Mid. Meet Robinsons (‘07)
Bizaard
Bizaard
K.C. Undercover HD
Kardashians (N) HD
WAGS (TV14) (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
WAGS: “Interference”
Kardashians (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
Sports HD
MLB Baseball: New York Mets at San Francisco Giants (Live) HD
BattleFrog (Replay) HD
BattleFrog (Replay) HD
Team
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ESPN FC HD
(7:00) 2016 LLWS HD
Cooks vs. Cons (N) HD
Cooks vs. Cons HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Guy’s Grocery Games Chopped (TV G) (N) HD
Osteen
Turning
Monsters University (‘13, G) aaa HD (:45) Brave (‘12, PG) aaa Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly. HD
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (‘14, PG-13) aac
Mike/Molly Mike/Molly
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (‘14, PG-13) aac
Hunt (N)
Mexico HD Mexico HD Hunters
Hunters
Beach (N) Hunters
Mexico HD Mexico HD
Hunt (N)
American Pickers HD
Ozzy and Jack’s (N) HD American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
A Mother Betrayed (‘15, NR) aa Lynn Collins. HD
A Mother Betrayed (‘15) The Wrong Roommate (‘16, NR) aa Eric Roberts.
8 Mile (‘02, R) Eminem.
Cannon
Cannon
Cannon
Cannon
Cannon
(:50) Kingin’ With Tyga Kingin’
Friends
Friends
Friends
Ice: Meltdown (‘06) aaa Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Bar Rescue (N) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Quantum of Solace (‘08, PG-13) Daniel Craig. HD
Skyfall (‘12, PG-13) aaac Daniel Craig, Judi Dench. HD
Step Brothers (‘08, R) Will Ferrell.
Blades of Glory (‘07)
Step Brothers (‘08, R) aaa Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly. HD
(:15) The Little Foxes (‘41, NR) aaa Bette Davis.
Old Acquaintance (‘43)
Now, Voyager (‘42, NR) aaac Bette Davis.
Return to Amish HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
Toddlers and Tiaras HD Return to Amish (N) HD Gypsy Wedding (N) HD
Rush Hour 2 (‘01) HD
The Last Ship (N) HD
Murder in the First (N) The Last Ship HD
Murder in the First HD
Xtreme HD Xtreme HD Swimming Holes HD
Xtreme HD Xtreme HD Xtreme HD Xtreme HD
Food Paradise HD
Reba HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Gaffigan
Gaffigan
Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Reba HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Motive: “Foreign” (N)
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
VH1 Live! Basketball Wives LA
Basketball Wives LA
Basketball Wives LA
VH1 Live! Love & Hip Hop HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Old School (‘03, R) Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell. HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Ballers (N) Principals Oliver (N) Ballers HD Principals The Night
Point Break (‘15) aa HD The Night of (N) HD
(:20) Sinister 2 (‘15, R) aac James Ransone. HD
Hitman (‘07, R) aac HD
(:20) Scream 3 (‘00, R) aac Neve Campbell. HD
Ray Donovan (N) HD
Roadies (TVMA) (N) HD
Ray Donovan HD
Roadies (TVMA) HD
Roadies (TVMA) HD

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Delphos Herald

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Daniel O’ Donnell Stand Beside Me

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20/20: In an Instant HD Boston EMS (N) HD
48 Hours (TV14)
48 Hours (TV14)
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Rush Hour (N) HD
Local
Olympics
2016 Summer Olympics: “Track and Field; Volleyball; Diving”: from Rio de Janeiro (Live) HD
Hotel Hell (TV14) HD
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Home Free (TVPG) HD
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Hotel Hell (TV14) HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
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The First 48: Overkill
The First 48: (TV14) HD The First 48: (TV14) HD
The First 48: (TV14) HD The First 48: Overkill
Ender’s Game (‘13, PG-13) Asa Butterfield. HD
John Carter (‘12, PG-13) aaa Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins. HD
Vet Life Texas (N) HD
Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet HD The Vet Life (TVPG) HD
Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet (N) The Vet Life (TVPG) HD
Husbands Husbands (:43) Real Husbands HD Husbands
Miami Vice (‘06, R) aac Jamie Foxx, Colin Farrell.
Lose Guy
(7:01) The Holiday (‘06, PG-13) aaa (:46) How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (‘03, PG-13) aac Kate Hudson. HD
King of Hill King of Hill Rick/Morty Am. Dad
Cleve. Show Family Guy Family Guy DBZ Kai
One Punch Gundam
My Best Friend’s Wedding (‘97, PG-13) aac HD
Expecting The Proposal (‘09, PG-13) aaa Sandra Bullock. HD
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Employee of the Month (‘06, PG-13) Dane Cook.
The Campaign (‘12, R) Will Ferrell.
(6:35) Mean Girls (‘04, PG-13) HD
Misfit Garage HD
Misfit Garage HD
Misfit Garage HD
Misfit Garage HD
Misfit Garage HD
Kirby Buck Undercover BUNK’D
Best Friends Liv/Maddie Austn/Ally
Alvin & Chipmunks: Squeak (‘09) ac Lab Rats
Mr. Deeds (‘02, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler. HD
Hollywood Medium HD
Mr. Deeds (‘02, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler. HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
2016 Little League World Series: “Elimination”
Baseball Tonight HD
Armwrestling (Replay)
Champ. Drive HD
(7:00) 2016 Western & Southern Open: “Men’s Semifinals” (Live) HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Monsters University (‘13, G) Billy Crystal, John Goodman. HD
Brave (‘12, PG) Kelly Macdonald. HD
Tangled (‘10, PG) HD
Mike/Molly Mike/Molly
The Wolf of Wall Street (‘13, R) aaac Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill.
House Hunters (N) HD
Hunters
Hunters
Beachfront (TV G) HD
Property Brothers HD Beachfront (N) HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
(:02) Killer Coach (‘16, NR) Keesha Sharp. HD
Boy in the Attic (‘16) HD
Boy in the Attic (‘16, NR) Abbie Cobb. HD
MTV Firsts
Napoleon Dynamite (‘04, PG) aaa Jon Heder. HD 8 Mile (‘02, R) aaa Eminem, Kim Basinger. HD
Game Shakers (TV G)
Full House Full House Friends
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Make It Pop (N)
Cops HD
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Cops HD
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Jail
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The Perfect Storm (‘00, PG-13) George Clooney.
Fast Five (‘11, PG-13) aaa Vin Diesel, Paul Walker.
Big Bang
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Big Bang
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Big Bang
Frontal HD Grudge Match (‘13, PG-13) aaa HD
The Two Mrs. Carrolls (‘47, NR) aac
Dead Reckoning (‘47)
Sabrina (‘54, NR) aaa Humphrey Bogart. HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
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Gypsy Wedding HD
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Limitless (‘11, PG-13) Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro. HD
Enemy of the State (‘98, R) Gene Hackman, Jon Voight. HD
Ghost Adventures HD
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Queens
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Lopez HD Lopez HD Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
2016 Summer Olympics: “Boxing; Wrest.”
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Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
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Ladder 49 (‘04) aaa HD
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Ballers HD The Night of (TVMA) HD
Point Break (‘15, PG-13) aa HD
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Antiques Roadshow

WBGU

AUGUST 20, 2016

9:00

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9:00

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9:30

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The $100,000 Pyramid Match Game (TV14) HD
Local
Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
BattleBots (N) HD
Code Black (TV14) HD
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Corden (N)
Big Bang Pieces HD Big Brother (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
NFL Preseason Football: Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins (Live) HD
Bones: “Last Shot” HD
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Rosewood (TV14) HD
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The First 48 (TV14) HD
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Monsters vs. Aliens (‘09, PG) aaa HD
Fear the Walking Dead
(7:00) John Carter (‘12, PG-13) Taylor Kitsch. HD
Rugged Justice HD
Rugged Justice (N) HD Rugged Justice HD
Rugged Justice HD
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Wendy Williams HD
BET Awards 2016 (TV14) HD
Flipping Out (TV14) (N)
Housewives (TV14)
Watch What Flipping Out (TV14)
Housewives
Housewives (TV14)
King of Hill Bob’s Brgrs Bob’s Brgrs Cleve. Show Am. Dad
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Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squidbillies
Pickler (N) Cheerleaders HD
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Man Stand. Man Stand. Cheerleaders (N) HD
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360°
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Daily Show Night. Show midnight Tosh.0 HD
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WAGS: “Interference”
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(7:30) 2016 LL World Series (Live)
Heisman
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(7:30) CFL Football: British Columbia vs Ottawa (Live) HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Chopped (TV G) HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Cheer Squad (N) HD
The 700 Club HD
Kim HD
Kim HD
Cast Away (‘00) aaac HD Pretty Little Liars HD
Sex&Drugs Sex&Drugs Sex&Drugs Grown Ups 2 (‘13, PG-13) aa
Grown Ups 2 (‘13, PG-13) aa Adam Sandler.
Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Hunters
Hunters
Desert (N) Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Flip or Flop
Mountain Men (N) HD
Ice Road Truckers (N) Milwaukee Milwaukee (:03) Mountain Men HD
Mountain Men HD
Grey’s Anatomy HD
Grey’s Anatomy HD
Grey’s Anatomy HD
Grey’s Anatomy HD
Grey’s Anatomy HD
Cannon
MTV2’s
Kingin’ (N) Cannon
Cannon
Cannon
(7:30) 8 Mile (‘02, R) Eminem, Kim Basinger. HD
Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
The Parent Trap (‘98, PG) aac Lindsay Lohan, Dennis Quaid.
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Red Dawn (‘12, PG-13) aa HD
(6:00) RoboCop (‘14) HD Lip Sync
(:03) Tremors (‘90, PG-13) aaa Kevin Bacon.
The Lone Ranger (‘13) The Mechanic (‘11, R) aaa Jason Statham. HD
2 Broke Girls Conan HD
2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Big Bang Big Bang 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Conan (TV14) (N) HD
(:15) Miracle in the Rain (‘58, NR) Jane Wyman.
2 Girls & a Sailor (‘44)
Battleground (‘49, NR) aaa Van Johnson. HD
My 600-lb Life HD
My 600-lb Life HD
My 600-lb Life HD
My 600-lb Life HD
My 600-lb Life HD
Hellboy II: The Golden Army (‘08, PG-13) Ron Perlman. HD
Jack the Giant Slayer (‘13, PG-13) aac Nicholas Hoult. HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries: “Wild West”
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries: “Carnival”
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
A Griffith Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Law & Order: SVU HD Law & Order: SVU HD Queen of the South (N) Law & Order: SVU HD Mr. Robot (TV14) HD
Selena (‘97, PG) aaa Jennifer Lopez, Edward James Olmos. HD
All Stars
RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race (N)
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Rules HD
Cops HD
Principals Seventh Son (‘15, PG-13) aac HD
The Night of (TVMA) HD Wednesday Hollywood.
Real Sports HD
Lady in the Water (‘06, PG-13) Paul Giamatti. HD
(:55) Insurgent (‘15) HD
(:20) Evan Almighty (‘07, PG) aa Steve Carell. HD
Roadies (TVMA) HD
Gigolos
Gigolos
Roadies (TVMA) HD
The Gift (‘15, R) aaac Jason Bateman. HD
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What Would You Do?
20/20 (N) HD
Local
Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
Shark Tank (TVPG) HD
ABC
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Corden
NFL Preseason Football: Cleveland vs Tampa Bay (Live) HD
CBS
Dateline NBC (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
America’s Got Talent: “Live Show 3" (TVPG) HD
NBC
MasterChef (TV14) HD
Local Programs
Local Programs
MasterChef (TV14) HD
FOX
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
Saving Hope (TV14) HD
Saving Hope (TV14) HD
Criminal Minds HD
ION
60 Days In: “Re-entry”
60 Days In: “Re-entry”
60 Days In: Time Out
Behind Bars: Overtime The First 48 (TV14) HD
A&E
(7:15) Vacation (‘83) HD National Lampoon’s European Vacation (‘85) HD (:15) Vegas Vacation (‘97, PG) Chevy Chase. HD
AMC
Treehouse Masters HD Treehouse Masters HD Treehouse Masters (N) Treehouse Masters HD Treehouse Masters HD
ANIMAL
Martin
Martin
Wendy Williams HD
Hustle & Flow (‘05, R) aaa Terrence Howard, Anthony Anderson. HD
BET
Melbourne (TV14) (N)
Mrs. Doubtfire (‘93, PG-13) aaa Robin Williams.
Mrs. Doubtfire (‘93) aaa
Housewives (TV14)
BRAVO
King of Hill King of Hill Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Bob’s Brgrs Bob’s Brgrs Million (N) Squidbillies
CARTOON
Practical Magic (‘98, PG-13) aac Sandra Bullock. HD
My Best Friend’s Wedding (‘97, PG-13) aac Julia Roberts. HD
CMT
Parts Unknown (TVPG) Parts Unknown (TVPG) Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Anderson Cooper 360° CNN Tonight (N)
CNN
Half Hour Half Hour
South Park South Park South Park (:45) Step Brothers (‘08, R) aaa Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly. HD
COMEDY
Bering Sea Gold (N) HD Blue Collar Backers (N) Bering Sea Gold HD
Blue Collar Backers HD
DISCOVERY Bering Sea Gold HD
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Bizaard
Star vs.
Star vs.
Freemaker BUNK’D
Girl World Best Friends
DISNEY
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Wedding Crashers (‘05, R) Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn. HD
E!
College Football: Hawaii vs California (Live) HD
(7:00) Arena Football League (Live) HD
ESPN
BattleFrog (Replay) HD CFL Football: Saskatchewan Roughriders at Edmonton Eskimos (Live)
(7:00) WTA Tennis HD
ESPN2
Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD
FOOD
Cheer Squad (N) HD
The 700 Club HD
Wizards
Wizards
FREEFORM 2 Fast 2 Furious (‘03, PG-13) Paul Walker. HD
The Heat (‘13, R) aac Sandra Bullock.
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FX
Love It or List It HD
Hunters
Hunters
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Love It or List It HD
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HGTV
Ancient Aliens (N) HD
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Tonight Show
Meyers
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Nutty Professor II: The Klumps
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Saturday, August 20, 2016

At the movies ...

Crossword Puzzle

Van Wert Cinemas
10709 Lincoln Hwy.,
Van Wert

Ben Hur (PG-13) Sat.: 1:00/6:00; Sun.:
4:30; Mon. and Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and Thurs.:
7:30
Ben Hur 3D (PG-13) Sat.: 3:30/8:30; Sun.:
2:00/7:00; Mon. and Wed.: 7:30; Tues. and
Thurs.: 5:00
Kubo and the Two Strings (PG) Sat.:
3:00/7:00; Sun.: 2:00/6:00; Mon. and Wed.:
7:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 5:00
Kubo and the Two Strings 3D (PG) Sat.:
1:00/5:00/9:00; Sun.: 4:00/8:00; Mon. and
Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 7:00
Pete’s
Dragon
(PG)
Sat.:
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:00/6:00/8:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:00
Suicide
Squad
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Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:30
The Secret Life of Pets (PG) Sat.:
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00; Sun.: 2:00/4:00/6:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00
Bad Moms (R) Sat.: 9:00/ Sun.: 8:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 7:00
Van-Del Drive In
19986 Lincoln Hwy,
Middle Point
Friday through Tuesday
Screen 1
Ben Hur (PG-13)
Bad Moms (R)
Screen 2
Kubo and the Two Strings (PG)
Suicide Squad (R)
Screen 3
Pete’s Dragon (PG)
Finding Dory (PG)

Ben Hur 3D (PG-13) 3:30/9:45
Ben Hur (PG-13) 11:15/6:45
Suicide Squad 3D (PG-13) 4:05/10:00
Suicide Squad (PG-13) 11:55/7:00
Kubo and the Two Strings 3D (PG)
3:00/9:00
Kubo and the Two Strings (PG) 11:20/6:15
War Dogs (R) 11:50/4:15/7:30/10:20
Pete’s Dragon 3D (PG) 4:30/9:55
Pete’s Dragon (PG) 11:05/1:45/7:15
Sausage
party
(R)
11:45/2:30/5:15/7:45/10:15
Bad Moms (R) 11:30/2:05/4:35/7:35/10:10
Jason Bourne (PG-13) 11:40/3:20/6:30/9:30
Nerve (PG-13) 8:00/10:25
Lights Out (PG-13) 11:25/2:15/5:00/8:15
Star
Trek
Beyond
(PG-13)
11:50/2:45/5:30/8:15
Ghostbusters (PG-13) 11:15/2:00/4:45
The Secret Life of Pets (PG)
11:00/1:20/3:40/6:00/8:45
Shannon Theatre
Bluffton
Through Aug. 25
Pete’s Dragon (PG) 2D shows are every
evening at 7 p.m. with 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.
matinees on Sat. and Sun.
3D shows are at 9:30 p.m. every evening.

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1. Dignified
7. Where to get a
pint
10. Broken down
12. Peruvian city
13. Expressed grief
14. Isaac’s mother
(Bib.)
15. Sizing up
16. Form of Hindustani
17. __-de-sac
18. Greek sophist
19. Greek portico
21. Christian Television Network
22. Attractiveness
27. The man
28. Home of the
Cowboys
32. Home to Hollywood
33. Be later in time
36. Woman
37. A type of protection
38. Conservative
people
39. Bela __, Hungarian Leader
40. Rodent
41. Gloss or sheen
44. Looks good in
clothes
45. Stephen Malkmus’ band
48. Org. of C. American States
49. Doorways are
some
50. Cattle genus
51. Rock bands play
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17. Reciprocal of a
sine
18. Go with pains
20. Small constellation
23. Prohibited
24. Blocks
25. Home to Boston
(abbr.)
26. Small viper
29. Toward
30. Promotional
materials
31. Plundering and
destroying
34. Provokes

CLUES DOWN
1. Indigenous people of Norway
2. Not odd
3. Ring
4. Adam is one
5. Champion Volunteer QB
6. The smartest Ed
7. Fast cats
8. Two-toed sloth
9. __ humbug!
10. Investigator
11. Explosive warhead
12. Wrap

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of due east
36. Freshwater
fishes
38. Male parents
40. Little (Spanish)
41. Sean __, actor
42. Bowfin fish
43. Large integers
44. An association
of criminals
45. Genus of grasses
46. Annual percentage rate
47. Mechanical belt

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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Yesterday
BOB HOLDGREVE

‘Uncle Jack’
Summer, 77,
dies suddenly
“Uncle Jack” Summers, 77, Dies Suddenly
John Summers, 77 years old, a resident of Delphos since
1870, and familiarly known as “Uncle Jack”, died suddenly
Wednesday morning at 6:30 o’clock at the scene of construction work on the sewage pumping station at Bredeick
Street and the Pennsylvania railroad, in charge of his son, M.
Summers, Jr. Mr. Summers had left his home, just outside
of the city limits, and off of East Second Street, in excellent
spirits and apparently in good health. He was seated on a pile
of lumber, and ready to go to work, when stricken by heart
trouble. Fellow workmen nearby saw him take a sudden lunge
forward, and his body sway from one side to the other. They
rushed to his side and carried him to the office of the John
Schaffer saw mill. He died within a few moments after being
removed there. A physician had been summoned, but upon
arrival found that his services would be of no avail.
The body was taken to the Haverman funeral home where
funeral arrangements are not definite.
He was born in Seneca County, Ohio near Tiffin. Later then
moved to Putnam County, residing there until 1870 when they
moved to Delphos.
Mr. Summers followed contracting most of his life. The
served as a member of the Marion Township Board of Trustees
for seven years, and for a long period was a member of the
soldiers relief commission of Marion Township. He filled
both offices with the greatest degree of efficiency. His invariable optimistic views of life made him many friends, and his
native wit was often the means of cheering from downcast
individual.
“Uncle Jack”, had a good work for everybody and it is an
assured fact, he had few enemies. He was universally liked
in Delphos and vicinity, and his death came as a shock to the
community.
He retained, up until the time of his death, a rich Irish
brogue, and many a story is told of humorous remarks that he
made upon some occasion or other. One of his favorite greetings was “Top o’ the Mornin.” Many a Delphosian going to
his daily work with a frown on his face, has been compelled to
smile, and bid farewell to gloom, upon meeting “Uncle Jack”.
Funeral arrangements have not been definitely made, but
is it probable that services will be conducted at St. John’s
Catholic Church with burial in St. John’s Cemetery.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 22, 1915
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William Lehmkuhl Honored
William Lehmkuhl, a charter member of the Delphos
Volunteer Fire Dept., and the oldest member in point of years
and membership, was honored by his associates in the depart-

Window
to the
Past

ment on Wednesday evening when the carried out a cleverly
planned surprise for him, at this home on Bank Street. The
surprise was arranged in celebration of this sixty-sixth anniversary, and could not possible have been more complete.
The firemen were royally entertained at the Lehmkuhl home,
tables being arranged for card playing for those who enjoyed
this diversion. At the conclusion of the series of games,
the high score was held by Jacob Marks, while Will Walsh
received the consolation. An appetizing luncheon was served
and the fire boys enjoyed one of the more pleasant events in
the history of the organization. Mr. Lehmkuhl was presented
with a Meerschaum pipe and a pound of fine tobacco by the
members of the fire department.
Delphos Herald, September 23, 1915
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Runaway Team of Horses
Severe injuries to John Kerns, 60, fortunate escape of Earl
Foust, 26, and the breaking of a light post on the west side of
Main Street at the Pennsylvania Railroad crossing, were the
results of a runaway Wednesday morning about 9:30 o’clock
of a team of horses belonging to W.O. Scott & Sons, local hay
and grain dealers, North Canal Street. Mr. Kerns sustained two
gashes, one above and the other below the right eye; bruises
on his nose and forehood, and a nervous shock. A physician
rendered the necessary attention.
The horses attached to a hay wagon, frightened on South
Franklin Street, as Mar. Foust was turning around to get to
a car near the Pennsylvania stock yards, for the purpose of
unloading a quantity of tile. The two men had loaded a number
of bales of hay into a car, just east of the Clover Leaf tracks.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 23, 1915
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Seeks Light Engines For Airplanes From Ford
Washington - Secretary o the Navy, Danials wants to discuss the question of gasoline engines, light in weight, for airplanes. He has written Mr. Ford to call on him in Washington.
American manufacturers are so busy making gasoline motors
for use in automobiles, that they have not undertaken to any
extent, the development of the type of motor required for
aeroplanes. Mr. Fords experience in the development of a
light gasoline engine will enable him to be of aid to the navy
in solving its present problem.
In view of Mr. Ford’s pronouncements on the subject of
peace and national defense, there was much speculation as
to how he would view a proposal that he assist the navy in
developing one of the war machines.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 17, 1917
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Front Axle On Ford Car Breaks
Wm. Palmer and Sam Welch, both of Delphos, and W.J.
Vickery of Toledo, were tied up in Ottoville for nearly four
hours Thursday afternoon when the front axle of the Ford
Car owned by Mr. Palmer gave way. The accident occurred in
front of the Dieterich home at Washington and Canal Streets
as the result of the highway being blocked at this point. Mr.
Palmer says he was going over more than five miles an hour.
He went to a telegraph office to wire Henry Ford for an axle,
but as the operator was not on deck, felt that he was up against
it.
On returning to the machine he found that a crowd of
nearly one hundred people had collected. By the time the
three had exhausted their patience in trying to put the car in
temporary running condition it was 5:30 o’clock. Finally Mr.
Palmer sent to Delphos for an axle which was delivered about
7:00 o’clock. In the mean time the stranded Delphosians had
enjoyed a sumptuous meal at the Dieterich home.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 28, 1915
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Sells News Agency
Ed. Kundert has disposed of his news agency to Busch
Bros. & Journan and will in the future devote his entire attention to the express and ice cream business.
Delphos Herald, Sept., 1915
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Read more in next Saturday’s Herald.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES
10 Years Ago – 2006
Allen County Fair icon
Moorice and 2006 Fair King
Tony Hites of Bluffton High
School and Queen Amy
Miller of Bath High School
cut the ribbon in front of the
new sheep and goat barn at
the fairgrounds during the
official kickoff of the fair.
Allen County Agricultural
Society members and county and city officials spoke
prior to the opening of the
156th annual event.
The Jefferson varsity
football cheerleaders recently attended Ameri-cheer
camp hosted at the Ohio
State University. They won
several awards throughout
camp and received superior evaluations on all
camp cheers and chants.
Cheerleaders are Deborah
Boratko, Coach Rebekah
Stemen, Coach Julia Geary,
Courtney Jettinghoff, Alicia
Hines, Jessica Miller, Holly
Wisher, Whitney Garza and
Erica Jones.
When Troy Smith, Ted
Ginn Jr. and the rest of Ohio
State’s blazing Buckeyes
were last seen on a big
stage, they were whizzing
around Sun Devil Stadium
at warp speed. The 34-20
victory over Notre Dame in
the Fiesta Bowl made a lasting impression. For the first
time since 1998, Ohio State
is preseason No. 1 in The
Associated Press Top 25.
25 Years Ago – 1991
Roger High of Ohio State
University, judged a sheep
of Nick Kloeppel during the
junior fair market lamb show
at the Allen County Fair.
Kloeppel is a member of
the Beaverdam Bunch 4-H
Club and received A’s on all
of his animals. Activities at
the fair Tuesday afternoon
include a threshing demonstration, horseshoe pitching
tournament, junior fair market steer show and lamb
show, junior rock dance and
Demolition Derby in the
grandstand.
Ottoville “B” girls softball team finished an undefeated season recently,
defeating Glandorf in the
tournament finals. Team
members are Shannon
Hohlbein, Karrie Horstman,
April Schnipke, Beverly
Metcalfe, Jill Altenburger,
Karla Kroeger, Dawn
Kramer, Lesley Siefker,
Coach Jim Wallick, Amy
Stanz, Tracy Byrne, Teri
Hemker, Kristy Wenzlick,
Karla Wenzlick, Tracy
Wenzlick, Many Wallick,
Becky
Renner,
Diane
Turnwald, and Coach Rudy
Wenzlick.
Rick
Bowersock,
Spencerville boys basketball coach for the past seven
years, has taken a similar
position with Wapakoneta
High School. Bowersock,
a 1971 graduate of
Wapakoneta, succeeds Jim
Walther. He brings 97-58
record from Spencerville
where his best season was
1986-87 when his team
reached the regionals and
finished 20-5.
35 Years Ago – 1981
New owner and manager
of the Wheel Inn, 202 W.
Fifth St., Steve Schleeter,
has already made several changes and plans several more. Schleeter said
he is trying to revitalize
the restaurant and bring in
more customers because
“the Wheel Inn has been a
part of Delphos for a long
time.” One of the changes
includes running specials
or contests for customers.
Presently a pancake eating
contest is under way. As
of Wednesday Ed Sellers
leads the contest with 15
pancakes.
Darlene’s Beauty Shop
won the American League
women’s softball league
runner-up title Wednesday
with a 6-5 playoff win over
Rural
Communications.
Winning
pitcher
was
Darlene Schulte. Leading
the winners at the plate was
Ann Keirns with a triple.
Darlene’s also beat Rural

the previous week in tournament action to win the
league tourney.
50 Years Ago – 1966
The fledgling Atlanta
Falcons will get their stiffest test of the NFL exhibition season Saturday
night when they host the
Cleveland Browns and it
could give some idea of
the team’s true potential.
The Falcons lost their first
three games but, considering many expected then to
be trounced, were heartened
by the fact the losses were
by an average of barely six
points per game.
Mrs. Richard Shumaker
entertained the members of
the Del-Otto Club and four
guests, Mrs. Cloyd Stahl,
Mrs. Rudolph Utrup, Mrs.
Tom Noonan and Mrs.
Albert Weber, Wednesday
evening in her home on
North Franklin Street. Cards
were played with the traveling prize being awarded
to Mrs. Albert Grothouse,
first prize to Mrs. Arthur
Grothouse, second to Marie
Brickner, and low to Mrs.
Francis Reinemeyer.
Cloverdale’s
Garden
Club met recently in the
Town Hall for its monthly meeting. The president,
Mrs. Herbert Bockrath,
opened the meeting. She
thanked all who had helped
to clean up the flower beds
in the club’s garden and
also gave a report on the
County Fair Flower Show.
She appointed the following nominating committee:
Mrs. Harle Heitzman and
Mrs. William Wreede. Year
Book committee appointed
consisted of Mrs. Alfreda
Schreiber and Leona Keller.
60 Years Ago – 1956
Large attendance marked
the weekend opening of the
Allen County Fair marked
by
religious
services
Sunday morning. Judging of
livestock and other entries
got underway at the sixday exposition on Monday.
Band music at the fair on
Monday was being provided
by the Delphos Jefferson
High School Band under the
direction of David Zoll.
A large party of Delphos
Little Leaguers and Pony
Leaguers went to Cleveland
Sunday to attend a double header as guests of the
Cleveland Baseball Club.
Ninety-two boys were in the
party and were accompanied by 23 adults. They left
Delphos at 4 a.m. Sunday
and were taken to Lima in
cars, then boarded a Nickel
Plate train for Cleveland.
They saw the Indians defeat
the Kansas City Athletics in
both ends of the double bill.
75 Years Ago – 1941
The annual high school
band contest under the
sponsorship of the Allen
County Fair will be held on
Thursday. Eight bands have
been entered in the contest including Continental,
Middle
Point,
Fort
Jennings, Wren, Ohio City,
Perry Township, Ottoville
and Wilshire. The contest
is under the management
of Hugh William, Jefferson
band director.
Preliminary plans are
being made for the annual
Putnam County corn husking meet which will be
held on Oct. 14. The place
has not as yet been selected. Carl Wehrly has been
named as general chairman of arrangements. On
the general committee are
Harold Aerat, Earl Treece,
and County Agent L. C.
Holtkamp. This committee
will meet on Sept. 11 to
make final arrangements.
Four one-room school
buildings in Putnam County
were sold at public auction
for a total of $4,457. Little
School sold to Cora Lenhart
for $412.50; Foltz School
sold to Clyde Foltz, $393.50;
North Creek School sold to
Mary Schwab for 304.50;
and Lenhart School sold to
Ed. Datlage for $346.50.

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Saturday, August 20, 2016

The Herald — 11

Opinion

A parable of poultry

Nancy Spencer

We just don’t
neighbor any On the
Other Hand
more
Although the calender may not
reflect it, summer is almost over.
How do I know this? Well, for
one, I was attacked by a cicada the
other night on my porch. That is
definitely not a “summer” activity.
I’m sure for anyone who
caught the performance, it was
a show-stopper. I yelled and ran
around in circles with my arms up
in the air. Probably not the most
graceful thing but it worked. That
awful thing got off me and when I
got in the house and shut the door,
it beat on the storm door four or
five times before giving up and
flying off.
According to my esteemed colleague, the earlier you hear them,
the earlier the frost is. Fall may
be sooner than we think; I’ve
been hearing them buzz for weeks.
I know we’ve had some pretty
steamy weather in the last month
and it couldn’t seem less like
school is going to start in next
week for some, the week after for
others.
As I slunk back in the house I
took a quick look around to make
sure none of the neighbors had
seen my dance.
There was a time when I knew
everyone in my neighborhood for
at least a two-block radius. I knew
the parents, the kids and even the
family pets.
It was not uncommon for peo-

ple to sit out on their front porch
and just visit. Casseroles were
delivered to sick or grieving families. Children were swapped for a
special evening out or just to give
a harried parent a break.
My old neighbors, Dorothy and
Bill Berry, epitomized neighboring. She would come to the house
and watch me so my parents could
socialize. Fresh-baked cookies and
pies would arrive for no special
reason other than she claimed she
made too much. God bless her.
She made me my first carob
cake when we found out I was
allergic to chocolate. She knew
how much I loved chocolate and
wanted to give me an alternative.
It was delicious but I still snuck
chocolate every chance I got.
Bill would let me help him gather walnuts from the other neighbor’s yard and we would cart them
back to his garage in big white
buckets. We would then soak them
to loosen the bright green husks
and then shuck them, laughing as
our hands turned brown with walnut juice.
He also had a fondness for
squirrels. He would place ears of
Indian corn in his yard, moving
them closer to the house every
so many days until he had those
furry little rodents eating out of
his hand.
Before long, you had to watch

your head for dive-bombing squirrels that would leap off the top of
the refrigerator when you walked
through their kitchen.
He also had a wind-up toy monkey that played a delightful tune
on cymbals as it chattered and
moved its head. I spent hours at
their house listening to stories and
helping Dorothy with whatever
she was baking or cooking that
day.
Tuttles lived on the south side
of us and had a cool garage the
neighbor kids played in and a great
mulberry bush that provided hours
of fun with mud and mulberry
pies. I have a scar on the back of
one of my thighs from something I
got caught on in their garage while
playing hide ‘n’ seek.
With our fast-paced lives and
the rat race in which we live,
neighboring has gone by the wayside. The garages are locked —
even when people are home — and
children no longer play outside
like we used to. They are hunched
over computer screens, feverishly
playing video games or have other
scheduled activities.
I still know most of my neighbors but there are a few I couldn’t
tell you what their names are. We
pass each other now and then and
give the obligatory wave or head
nod, but that’s about it.
Sad, huh?

Wynona Wyandotte spent
much of her July as most of
the other hens in the barnyard.
She scratched the ground, kicking up small insects with the
dust and scrambling for green
shoots wherever they poked
out from parched grass.
No rain fell during July,
nothing to speak of anyway.
Thunder rumbled occasionally
and the air smelled of distant
rain, but only a drop or two
fell on the barnyard. Wynona
fluffed her feathers and burrowed as deep as she could in
Anne Coburn-Griffis
loose chaff and earth, so deep
that she had an idea.
“I think burrowing in the grass under a tree might be cooler,”
was her thought. She took herself up on it, finding comfort under a
spreading maple. She even tweeted about it. Her tweets, clucks and
all manner of chicken noises were shared and soon Wynona was
surrounded by other members of her flock, as well as three turkeys.
For some time, all was peaceful and much cooler for those who
nestled in the shade. Beyond the umbrella of the tree, the sun beat
and baked the soil until fissures broke its surface and drew water
away from the thirsty creatures who walked its surface. The area
beneath the tree became very crowded as more feathered folk
sought shelter and moisture in the greener grass at its base. The
flock began to question the presence of the turkeys.
“Rain will come,” said Wynona. She fluffed her feathers and
tucked them a tad closer to her body to make room. “Come winter,
we will be glad for the warmth of these big fowl.”
“Wynona for Rooster!” crowed Agnes Ameraucana and Sondra
Silkie.
Brenda Buff-Orpington cluck-clucked, dismissing the effrontery of a hen telling her, a heritage breed with a hyphenated last
name, what to do. “She belongs on the nest, not on the roost. The
very idea.”
Brenda and her brood set forth such a cackle that Wynona,
Agnes, Sondra and the turkeys flapped across the barnyard to wait
out the drought under a cottonwood. Its limbs lacked the breadth
of the maple, but any breeze was amplified by its quaking leaves.
They fanned the air with music so sweet that the smaller flock
relaxed for the first time in days. Wynona even laid a large egg.
“Doesn’t that beat all, Graham? She laid a two-yolker,” said a
grackle, one of two who watched from the barn ridge. “Hank, her
rooster for two years now, sat right there on the fence post and kept
watch.”
The two chirruped appreciatively. “No sir,” said his companion,
with a nod. “She couldn’t have done it without him.
It was an Olympic moment.

Team USA lesson — We are all family
Was there anything more exhilarating or satisfying than watching
Team USA athletes competing in the
Summer Olympic Games in Rio De
Janeiro, Brazil the past two weeks?
While there were a few glitches with
security and food availability, Brazil
became the first developing country
democracy to stage an Olympics.
The level of performance and competition was outstanding. When the
human body is pushed to its physical
and mental limits, it is incredible what
can be achieved in breaking barriers
and raising the ceiling of accomplishment.
It’s refreshing to witness national
pride and flag-waving spirit by the
competitors. These athletes worked so
hard honing their skills for their oneshot at fame on the world stage. For
the most part, our men and women
performed with enormous skill
and grace…making us proud to be
Americans.
It amazes me to see otherwise normal people…of all shapes and sizes…
challenge Olympic and World Records
in nearly every event and discipline. In

some sports, the athletes seem to get
bigger, taller, faster and more graceful, but that isn’t necessarily the case
in gymnastics where they seem to
get more petite, yet have deceptive
strength and athleticism.
With a few exceptions, the athletes
exhibited sportsmanship. At the same
time, they possessed a relentless drive
to succeed and win. It’s hard to dedicate so much time to being the best,
developing that killer instinct and still
come across as gracious and personable.
As Americans, we assume our
athletes are the best in the world.
The World Championships and the
Olympic Games remind us that athletes in other countries are often just
as talented, even better, than we are in
select sports. You never know where
exceptional talent and greatness will
come from. Athletes around the globe
are just as dedicated to their sports and
events like the Rio Olympics bring
these people together.
Team USA had gold medal performances in many sports, but the US is
especially dominate in swimming and

gymnastics. Jamaica’s men and women
excel in the sprint events. China dominates in diving. Other countries have
their gold medal specialties. China and
Great Britain finished second and third
behind Team USA in total medals.
Swimming and gymnastics are pursued seriously by very few countries.
One-third of America’s medals came in
swimming. Critics wonder why there
are so many medal events in swimming. There are so many distances
contested and there are numerous medley relays.
The high-profile, marquee events
are featured on prime-time by NBC
TV. They produce the superheroes that
Americans can relate to. We shouldn’t
forget the talented participants in fencing, shooting, diving, cycling, rowing,
judo, wrestling, boxing, archery, field
hockey, handball, table tennis, tennis,
golf, weightlifting, soccer, canoe-kayak, dressage and equestrian competition, rugby, volleyball and sailing.
*******
We can’t say enough about the US
women’s gymnastics team. The experts
say several world-class American

gymnasts didn’t make the USA team.
Maybe we’ll see them at the 2020
Games in Tokyo, Japan.
We did see Simone Biles, who
many experts say is “the greatest
female gymnast of all time.” Joining
her on this “All World” team were Aly
Raisman, Laurie Hernandez, Gabby
Douglas and Madison Kocian. These
adorable mighty-mites represented
America with poise and character.
It’s one thing to run fast but to be
able to perform the stunts of a gymnast:
floor exercise, vault, balance beam and
uneven parallel bars; is mind-blowing.
During the first week of the Rio
Games we saw maybe the best USA
Swimming Team ever. They won 33
total medals: 16 of them gold. We
saw incredible performances by both
men and women, featuring Superman
Michael Phelps and Superwoman
Katie Ledecky.
The 19-year-old Ledecky, from
suburban Washington, D.C. (actually
Maryland), broke two world records
and won 4 golds and one silver to go
with her one gold medal from the 2012
Games. She’s now headed to college

Thanks, Mom and Dad
In recent weeks I have been giving my parents a hard
time in my column, making fun of their old age. (Whoops
that was a typo, I meant “young.”)
They’re okay with it, mostly because it’s true, but also
because they know I love them and usually I give them a
heads up what my column was written about. This week
I didn’t tell them what I wrote about, so they’ll enjoy this
surprise.
When I was in the second grade, “Star Wars: Episode 1”
came out in theaters.
My dad was a huge Star Wars fan and with all the hype
leading up to the release, I became one, too. I watched the
movies with my dad and thought they were the coolest thing
ever.
We (my dad, mom, sister and I) went to the theater the
night of the midnight release just to check out the line waiting for the movie. We knew it would be a spectacle.
At the sight of the massive line, we wanted to jump in
and join the excitement. You could feel the energy in the air.
My parents turned to me, age 8, and my sister, 10, and
told us if we watched it we still had to go to school the next
day.
With no hesitation my sister and I said, “Let’s do it.”
The next day my sister and I went to school. No com-

plaints. No whining.
It was time for school, so we went because that’s what we
were supposed to do.
I’m sharing this story because I want to express how my
parents had instilled in my sister and I our work ethic. We
learned at a very young age that when our parents or an
authority figure told us to do something we did it.
It was never a question if we were going to do our homework. We just did it. Our parents didn’t have to sit us down
and tell us to do it.
We were also taught to do the best job that we could
and give our best effort every time because we learned that
nothing was going to be handed to us.
My parents being from the Appalachian part of Kentucky,
which is the poorest region in the United States, worked
their butts off to make a living and support us.
When they moved to Van Wert, they knew no one, and
my sister and I never had the pleasure of a teacher knowing
our parents because they went to school with them or had
them in school or anything like that.
I worked hard to prove I could be whatever I wanted.
I worked hard so that I didn’t mess up all my parents had
worked for and to add to it. I worked hard to make my parents proud. I worked hard to be proud of myself.

Byron McNutt

People Make
the Difference
at Stanford.
Three new superstars for the
American women were Simone
Manuel, Maya DiRado and Lilly King.
They were not alone, but were the most
outstanding.
Last, but not least, for the men’s
team, the 31-year-old Phelps, from
Baltimore, cemented his place in history. He’s the “most decorated Olympian
of all time.” In the last four Olympics
(he was at the 2000 games as a 15-yearold but did not medal) Phelps competed in 30 Final Races and won 28
medals. He now has 23 golds, 3 silvers
and 2 bronze. He broke world records
39 times.
Phelps was a team captain, carried the US flag during the Opening
Ceremonies and led this year’s team
by example. He says this was his last
Olympics but the allure of Toyko in
2020 might be too much for a still
young superstar.
Just like the women’s team, the
bench was deep. Taking center stage
were Ryan Murphy, Nathan Adrian,
Ryan Lochte and 35-year-old speed
swimmer Anthony Ervin.

IN
THE
LOOP
By
Erin Cox

As I have watched my mom and dad go to work at all
hours of the day and night to finish their job because it was
exactly that — their job — I am a proud child to have parents who have done that for my whole life to make sure we
had what we needed, wanted and more.
For me, it was just never a question that if I had a job to
do and people relied on me, I was going to do it. That’s the
family I come from.
I want to thank you, Mom and Dad, for instilling this
trait in me.
This week has been long and filled of unexpected things,
but I never wavered because I have been taught so well by
you both that when my job needs done and people rely on
me, I should be there to fulfill my expectations.
As I am in the spirit of thanking people, I also want to
thank Jim Langham for coming on as my newest reporter
and jumping in with both feet, running and eyes wide open.
Many of you probably recognize the name. He has been
writing our “Getting to Know” articles in Monday editions
of the newspaper for some time now. He also previously
worked for The Times Bulletin in the early 2000s.
I have been blessed enough to become friends with Jim
and am excited to see what our new partnership will bring
in the future.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

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Days: Monday-Friday
Delphos.
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Delphos, OH 45833
419-695-1999
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405 Acreage and Lots
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420 Farms
425 Houses
430 Mobile Homes/
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435 Vacation Property
440 Want To Buy

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for the Delphos area. We
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939 E 5th St, Delphos
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9557 State Route 66
Delphos, Ohio 45833
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510 Appliances
515 Auctions

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560 Home Furnishings
565 Horses, Tack and Equipment
570 Lawn and Garden
575 Livestock
577 Miscellaneous
580 Musical Instruments
582 Pet in Memoriam
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585 Produce
586 Sports and Recreation
588 Tickets
590 Tool and Machinery

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Since 1973

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barns (turkey, hog, manure,
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(StatePoint) With
an estimated 3.1 million vehicles coming
off lease in 2016, the
topic of whether to
buy or lease a car is
hotter than ever.
“Consider all your
options,
including
used car leasing and
leasing or buying a
certified pre-owned
(CPO) vehicle,” says
Rob Christman, director of Sales, Fixed
Operations at Cox
Automotive.
When weighing
your choices, here
are a few things to
consider:
Used Car Leasing
Leasing is not
just for new cars, it’s
simply an alternative
way of financing a
vehicle. Leasing a
used vehicle works
exactly the same as
with a new car. The

biggest
difference
is that the monthly
payments will likely
be less.
The lender writing the lease will determine the vehicle’s
residual value, and
the lease payments
will be determined
by the difference between the vehicle’s
sale price and its residual value. Then,
the lender will assign a money factor
to the deal, just as
they would assign an
interest rate on a car
purchase.
However, just as
interest rates are typically higher when
purchasing a used
car, the same applies
to the money factor
when leasing a used
car.
Even so, the lower
sales price on a used

car, combined with
the higher money
factor and the lower
rate of depreciation,
will typically equate
to a lower overall
lease payment, offering you more car for
your money.
Another
advantage is the hassle-free return at the
end of the contract;
the same as on a new
car lease.
CPOs
“Leasing a CPO
is a great option if
owning is not a top
priority for you,”
says Christman.
Why? A CPO can
offer you some extra
guarantees that the
pre-owned vehicle
you are leaving the
lot with is in good
condition. This is
true whether you are
purchasing the vehi-

cle or leasing it.
With a CPO, you
will have access to a
detailed and itemized
checklist of all the
items inspected by
a professional mechanic, as well as assurance that the vehicle passed inspection
or was brought up to
standards. Do your
research to learn the
scope and details included in this inspection, which can vary
widely from one provider to another.
More information
about CPOs and used
car leasing can be
found at autotrader.
com/cpo.
There are so many
ways to leave the lot
with a car. Before
signing on the dotted
line, investigate all
your options.

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With School Bus Inspections underway,
Patrol offers school bus safety tips
Information Submitted
Summer break ends for thousands of Ohio
children this month, who will then head back
to school. For many, the trip to and from
school involves riding on a school bus. The
Ohio State Highway Patrol has been in the
process of inspecting every Ohio school bus
to ensure each bus is safe to transport children
to and from school, as well as to school-sanctioned events.
The Patrol has a few reminders for motorists now that buses are back on the roads
more regularly. Motorists should remember to
stop at least 10 feet back when approaching a
school bus from either side while it displays
flashing lights and an extended arm, and to
not resume driving until the school bus begins
moving. From 2013-2015, 4,043 drivers were
convicted of failing to stop for a school bus

that was loading or dropping off passengers.
“Although drivers of all vehicles are
required to stop for a school bus when it is
stopped to load or unload passengers, children
should not rely on them to do so,” said Lt.
Bob Ashenfelter, commander of the Defiance
Post. “Children exiting the bus should always
stop and look both ways before crossing the
street and remain alert to any sudden traffic
changes.”
The Patrol reminds motorists to plan ahead
and allow extra time for these school bus
stops. Motorists are also urged to exercise
patience and never pass a stopped school bus.
For a complete statistical breakdown of
school bus inspections, crashes and passing
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FIRST UNITED
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310 W. Second St.
419-692-5737
Sunday: 11:00 Worship
Service - Everyone Welcome
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
419-692-6741
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
ST. PETER LUTHERAN
CHURCH
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-2616
Sunday 9:00 AM
Worship Service
Monday 8:00-9:00 AM
Kids Free Breakfast starts M-F
Wednesday
7:00 PM Worship Service
Saturday
8:00 AM Prayer Breakfast
Sunday
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DELPHOS WESLEYAN
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935 S. Bredeick St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-1723
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Sunday Worship.
MARION BAPTIST
CHURCH
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
419-339-6319
Services: Sunday - 11:00
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DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
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470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940

10:30 Sunday service.

ST. PAUL’S UNITED
METHODIST
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
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DELPHOS TRINITY UNITED
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Phone: 419-692-0651
211 E. Third St. for
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8:15 am & 10:30 am Sundays
702 Ambrose Dr. for
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Praise Service at 9:15 am
Sundays

SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
317 West North St.
419-296-2561
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;
ST. PATRICK’S CHURCH
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
419-647-6202
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Mass

IMMANUEL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
699 Sunnydale, Elida, Ohio
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditional; 10:45 a.m. contemporary

ST. JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH
331 E. Second St., Delphos
SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
419-695-4050
107 Broadway St., Spencerville
Eucharist – Lord’s Day
Pastor Charles Muter
Observance; Saturday 4:30
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
Sunday: Morning Services a.m.; Weekdays as announced 10:00 a.m.
on Sunday bulletin.
TRINITY UNITED
LIVING TRUTH MINISTRIES
METHODIST
1180 S. Washington St.
Corner of 4th & Main,
Sunday Worship Service @
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10:30am
Phone 419-647-5321
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Ignite Contemporary Service

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SPENCERVILLE
FULL GOSPEL
107 Broadway St., Spencerville
Pastor Charles Muter
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
Sunday: Morning Services 10:00 a.m.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
102 Wisher Drive, Spencerville
Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
102 Wisher Drive,
Spencerville
Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
MINISTRIES
9250 Armstrong Road,
Spencerville
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Worship service.

Elida/GomEr

GOMER
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
7350 Gomer Road, Gomer
419-642-2681
Sunday – 10:30 a.m. Worship
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST
CHURCH
2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida
Phone: 339-3339
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
Morning Service
PIKE MENNONITE CHURCH
3995 McBride Rd., Elida
Phone 419-339-3961
ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida

NEW HOPE
CHRISTIAN CENTER
2240 Baty Road, Elida
Ph. 339-5673
Sunday – 10 a.m. Worship.
LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD
Elida - Ph. 222-8054
Service schedule: Sunday–
10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning
Worship
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
4750 East Road, Elida
Sunday – 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship,
nursery available.

Van WErt County
BREAKTHROUGH
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Sunday – Church Service - 10
a.m, 6 p.m.
CALVARY EVANGELICAL CHURCH

10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd.
Van Wert - 419-238-9426
Sunday- 8:45 a.m. Friends
and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.

SALEM UNITED
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
15240 Main St., Venedocia
13887 Jennings Rd., , Van Wert
Church Phone: 419-667-4142
Ph. 419-238-0333
Sunday - 10:45 a.m. - Sunday
Children’s Storyline:
school.
Sunday– 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
VAN WERT VICTORY
Family Worship Hour
CHURCH OF GOD
10698 US 127S., Van Wert
PENTECOSTAL WAY
Sunday worship & children’s
CHURCH
ministry - 10:00 a.m.
1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
Phone (419) 238-5813
GRACE FAMILY CHURCH
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
634 N. Washington St.,
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
Van Wert
until 11:30 a.m.
Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning
worship with Pulpit Supply.
MIDDLE POINT UNITED
METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.

Alexander &
Bebout Inc.

RAABE FORD
LINCOLN

419-238-9567

Ph. 692-0055
Toll Free 1-800-589-7876

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11260 Elida Road
DELPHOS, OH 45833

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Van Wert, OH

209 W. 3rd St.
Delphos, Ohio 45833
419-692-8055

Putnam County

FAITH MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
TRINITY LUTHERAN
Road U, Rushmore
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Pastor Robert Morrison
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Sunday – 10 am Church
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship School; 11:00 Church Service;
service.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
Ottoville
Phone: 419-965-2771
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC
Kalida
CHURCH
Saturday – 4:30 p.m. Mass.
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Sunday – 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. a.m. Masses.
MANDALE CHURCH OF
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION
160 Main St.,
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Mass schedule: Saturday
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.

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605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
Sunday - Worship services
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CHURCH OF GOD
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
419-642-5264
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Service.

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ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
CATHOLIC CHURCH
512 W. Sycamore St.,
Columbus Grove
Office 419-659-2263
Masses: Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00
a.m.

234 N. Canal St.

ST. JOSEPH
CATHOLIC CHURCH
135 N. Water St., Ft. Jennings
Phone: 419-286-2132
Mass schedule: Saturday 5
p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m. and
9:30 a.m.

Delphos, O.
Ph. 692-1010

14 – The Herald

Saturday, August 20, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Fort Fest promises games, food, free entertainment, re-enactments, more

BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Editor
sgriffis@putnamsentinel.com
FORT JENNINGS — With heavy, dark gray clouds
amassing overhead, it could have been thunder onlookers heard as they gathered along State Route 190 in Fort
Jennings. Instead, it was the rumble of engines as first-repsonders in police, fire and EMS vehicles escorted hundreds
of motorcycles into the village during Fort Fest opening
ceremonies on Friday.
The three-day event features the Vietnam Moving Wall,
re-enactments of battles from the War of 1812 and the
Vietnam War, military memorabilia, Huey helicopter rides
and displays, food, a car show, music, contests and games.
For a complete schedule of events, visit the Fort Fest
Facebook page or fortjenningspark.com

Ottoville

Library

(Continued from page 1)
“We have 44 kindergarten
students and we’ll need to
keep a close eye on them and
we’ll probably need an aide to
help the teachers,” he added.
The high school enrollment
for grades 6-12 is 210.
Arp’s Dairy and Nickles
Bakery will continue to the
provide the district with milk
and baked goods, respectively,
for the 2016-17 school year.
Superintendent Scott Mangas
said the pair had been serving
these needs for Ottoville for as
long as he could remember.
On that note, Mangas
informed the board lunch prices will increase for the new
school year. Elementary students in grades K-5 can purchase a lunch for $2.30 ($2.25
last year) and students in
grades 6-12 and adult lunches will be $2.50 ($2.40 last
year). Mangas said the district
is required to raise prices each
year until they fall in line with
state guidelines.
“We can raise them as much
as 10 cents a year, according to
the state, and that will still
never let us catch up to the
state recommended pricing,”
he said. “We are still 30 cents
below that recommendation
and it keeps going up.”
Mangas added that the district’s prices were in line with
schools throughout the county.
High School Principal Jon
Thorbahn told the board, he,
his staff and Rhodes State
College continue to work
together to provide College
Credit Plus courses for high
school students.
“We have more than 30
college credit hours available
to students and we are working
on more,” Thorbahn said. “If
we have a mature student who
is willing to put in the work,
they could graduate with nearly a year’s worth of college
credits.”
Thorbahn said students are
worked with closely to match
them up with the right courses
for what they would like to
study in college and the credits
are checked to make sure they
will transfer. They also have to
qualify with their GPA, ACT
scores or a Compass Test.
In other high school news,
Thorbahn said students in
grades 7-12 will travel to Fort
Jennings High School for a
presentation by Joel Penton on
Sept. 22.
In the Technology Report,
Shelley Mumaw noted she

and several teachers attended
a SPARKS conference with
those teachers presenting.
Teachers who attend conferences are holding classes for their peers to share
the knowledge. Mumaw
is also starting a monthly
“App”y Hour with teachers
learning about new apps for
their iPads to help with their
responsibilities.
Three personnel matters
were dispatched with quickly.
Matt Eickholt was approved
as volunteer assistant cross
country coach for the upcoming season; Renee Burgei was
moved to the Master+15 level
of education on the negotiated contract salary scale; and
Judy Kemper was approved
as junior high volleyball coach
for the 2016-17 season.
The following donations
were accepted: $226.86
from the Ohio Department
of Taxation for the Motor
Fuel Tax Refund; $500 from
Ottoville Home and School and
Big Green Athletic Boosters
for liability insurance; $230
from the Putnam County

Agricultural Society for participation in the recent Putnam
County Fair Band Show; $300
from the NW District Athletic
Board for tournaments; and
$39 from Green Fiber for recycling.
In other business, the board:
• Approved payment to “on
call” custodian for the 2016-17
school year at $25 per game
for all home varsity basketball
games;
• Approved payment to
ticket takers, scorekeepers and
timers at $25 per game for the
2016-17 school year for all
home sporting events;
• Approved adult and
student tickets for all high
school contests at $6 and $4,
respectively, as adopted by the
Putnam County League. All
tickets at the door will be $6;
and
• Approve Katie Schnipke
as the district’s official photographer.
The next board meeting
will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Sept.
21 at St. Barbara’s Parish Hall
in Cloverdale.

Trivia

Answers to Wednesday’s questions:
Dirty snow melts faster than fresh, clean snow. Dirty
snow is darker and absorbs more light from the sun,
causing it to melt faster. Bright white snow reflects more
light and therefore it doesn’t melt as quickly.
A baby rabbit is called a kit, which is short for kitten. Male
rabbits are known as bucks and females are called does.
Today’s questions:
When Fidel Castro took over Cuba in 1959, he
ordered all copies of what board game be destroyed?
In 1968, the first African-American woman was elected to Congress. What was her name and what state did
she represent?
Answers in next Wednesday’s Herald.

(Continued from page 1)

Rist obtained quotes from Westrich
Furniture and Lehmann’s Furniture for a sofa,
two chairs, two side tables with electrical
plugs and USB ports and three sofa server
tables (tables that slide up to furniture with
adjustable height). Westrich came in with the
lowest bid at $1,923 and Lehmann’s bid was

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St. #

Accessory Avenue

$2,529.
The furniture will arrive in 6-8 weeks.
Rist said Young Adult shelving on the west
side of the library will be moved near the children’s area and the audio books, which take
up much less space, will be moved where the
Young Adult offerings were, making room for
another seating area.

D31
E40
D26
F50
E44
G57
I72
I81
I82
I86
I87
K100
B14
C19
C21
D25
D27
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15 ENCORE Conv. Package ...............................................$20,900 .........$19,995
15 CAPTIVA LT..................................................................$19,900 .........$18,900
15 TRAVERSE LT AWD, 8 Pass. ......................................$29,900 .........$27,900
15 CAPTIVA LTZ Leather..................................................$20,900 .........$18,900
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15 IMPALA LS New Body ..................................................$18,500 .........$17,995
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