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Local historians to write book
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS — If your
family has lived in
Delphos for generations,
there’s a group who wants
to talk to you. Local historians have gathered to
put the story of Delphos
down on paper.
Helen
Kaverman,
Dave Desenberg, Theresa
Bradstock
and
Betty
Schmelzer, along with
numerous others interested in preserving their
hometown’s history in a
book, are seeking memories of events that happened in Delphos and the
surrounding countryside,
including Landeck. The
name of the publication
Lilly Hempfling, daughter of Chuck and Sue Hempfling will be “Delphos Town
and a member of the Delphos Pathfinders 4H Club, took and Country Including
the Reserve Champion Tom Turkey to the Van Wert Landeck.”
Theresa Bradstock, left, Betty Schmelzer, Dave Desenberg and Helen Kaverman show
County Fair this year. Hempfling also won Intermediate
a map of the Black Swamp, a portion of which was to become Delphos. (DHI Media /
See BOOK, page 14
Turkey Showmanship. (Submitted photo)
Nancy Spencer)

Hempfling wins Reserve
Champion Tom Turkey

Delphos museums
to commemorate
Pearl Harbor attack
Information submitted

DELPHOS — Dec. 7, 1941: it was a day that
changed the world. It changed the lives of millions
of Americans including many from Delphos and the
surrounding area.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Pearl
Harbor attack and America’s entry into World War II,
the Delphos Canal Museum and Museum of Postal
History are teaming up to debut new exhibits.
The Canal Museum will display the artifacts of war;
uniforms, medals, photos, posters, ration books, etc.
— items that were personal and part of daily life from
1941-45, both on the front lines and on the home front.
See ATTACK, page 14

Group helps people deal with any kind of loss
BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS — Life After Loss is a
support group in Delphos for everyone suffering from loss. They meet
at 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of
every month at St. John’s Ministry
Center.
The center is located at 201 North
Pierce St.
However, the group is non-denominational.
“Anyone struggling with loss of
any kind is welcome,” Dr. Jane
Bonifas said.
Dr. Bonifas is one of the facilita-

tors of the group. She is a licensed
psychologist. She says most of her
practice is in counseling. The other
facilitators are Pastor Dave Howell
and Deacon John Sheeran. Howell
also has experience in counseling.
They are open to those suffering
loss of any kind.
“Most people assume the loss is
because of death, but it can be any
kind of loss,” Bonifas said. “Loss of
a house or anything else.”
Those who attend the meetings
are asked to keep others’ stories
confidential. Those attending must
also be prepared to listen to what
others say.
“They’re free to share whatever

Kiwanis Club to host Ducktoberfest
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their concerns are and listen to what
others may offer in support,” she said.
“If people have experiences that have
helped them overcome their grief,
they’re asked to share that, too.”
According to Bonifas, the meetings are typically one-and-a-half
hours.
Those unsure if they feel comfortable attending the meetings may
call Bonifas, Howell or Sheeran to
discuss things over the phone.
“If they’re wary, they can call
one of us and let us know what’s
happening so we can help in anyway,” Bonifas said.

DELPHOS — In its continued effort to raise funds for the
Splash Pad Project, the Kiwanis Club of Delphos will host
Ducktoberfest on Oct. 1 at the Delphos Knights of Columbus hall.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with a cash bar and food for purchase.
The event includes seven duck races and wagering from 6-8
p.m., a 50-50 drawing, raffles and more. There will also be a
surprise celebrity race announcer.
Deuces Wild will perform from 9 p.m. until midnight.
The K of C is providing the location and Deuce’s Wild is
providing the entertainment at no charge.
Admission is free. Everyone must be 21 years or older.
The splash pad is a stand-alone facility and its construction
will not cost the city any money and once up and running, the
only cost will be the initial water used to fill the contained system at the start of the season.

See LOSS, page 14

See DUCK, page 14

Classifieds 12 | Entertainment 13 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-7 | Weather 2
Tickets for St. John’s football
game Friday at home vs. Minister
(Band Night)will be sold in the
high school office from 7:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Tickets are $6 for adults and $4
for students. All tickets at the gate
are $6.
The game begins at 7:30 pm.

Pre-Canal Days Canal Clean-up is
set for 8:30 a.m. Sept. 10. Volunteers
are to meet on the Canal Parking Lot
behind the Canal Museum.
Registration the morning of the
clean-up is required prior to participating, per Ohio State Parks and
Canal officials.

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First Financial Bank will host the 31st annual
Delphos Canal Days Arts and Craft Show Sept. 16
and 17 during the Delphos Canal Days Festival.
Hours will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Judy Tolhurst
from Lady Bug Creations will hold a demonstration on Saturday.
Anyone interested in exhibiting, contact First
Financial Bank at 419-695-8110. All items and
exhibitors are welcome.

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POLICE REPORTS

Monty W. Rupert

Information submitted
DELPHOS — On Aug. 26, officers were dispatched to the
700 block of East Suthoff Street in reference to an assault.
Officers arrived and spoke with a male at the residence who
stated that he was assaulted by his brother-in-law. The suspect
had left prior to officers’ arrival. A report was taken and the
complainant was advised of the victim filing procedures.
On Aug. 26, officers took a report from a female who has
been receiving unwanted text messages from a male known to
her. Officers were attempting to locate the male to advise him
to cease contacting her.
On Aug. 26, officers were dispatched to the 300 block
of West Second Street to investigate a theft incident. Upon
arrival, officers found that two bicycles were taken while
parked outside. Officers were given the name of a suspect, a
14-year-old male, and made contact with him. After a short
investigation, officers were able to locate one of the bicycles
immediately and the second one a short time later. Both bicycles were returned to the victims and charges have been filed
for two counts of theft in Van Wert Juvenile Court.
On Aug. 26, officers were sent to the 500 block of Jackson
Street to meet with a complainant in regards to a theft that
had occurred in the 200 block of North Jefferson Street. Upon
arrival, officers found that the item stolen was a bicycle.
Officers began checking for the bicycle and found it to be
in possession of a second 14-year-old male. The bicycle was
returned to the owner and charges were filed on the second
juvenile.
On Aug. 27, officers met with a female in the 100 block of
South Canal Street in reference to damage done to her vehicle while going over the railroad tracks. The vehicle, which
sustained substantial damage, was towed from the scene and
a report was taken.
On Aug. 27, officers responded to the 600 block of North
Bredeick Street in reference to a dispute. Officers arrived and
met with a male and female. The female complainant told
officers that she was receiving unwanted advances from the
male. The male left the residence voluntarily.
On Aug. 27, officers spoke with a female in the 600 block
of Wayne Street in regards to her daughter running away.
Officers took a report and entered the juvenile into the Law
Enforcement Database as a missing/runaway juvenile. The
female was located in Lima a short time later. Charges will be
filed in juvenile court for ungovernable juvenile.
On Sunday, officers were dispatched to a residence in
the 400 block of East Second Street to investigate a missing
female. Officers met with the female’s husband and found that
she had left the residence while he was asleep. Officers made
contact with the female a short time later and met with her.
After speaking with the female, she stated that she wished to
go to the hospital for a mental evaluation. She was transported
to the hospital a short time later.
On Sunday, officers, along with Delphos EMS, responded
to a residence on South Bredeick Street in response to a call
of an unresponsive male in a vehicle. Upon arrival, the male
was located and EMS personnel began administering first
aid. After a short time the male did regain consciousness. The
male, 34-year-old Jason Lamb of Delphos, will be charged
with possession of drug abuse instruments as well a being in
physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of a
drug or alcohol.
On Sunday, officers received a complaint of a stolen bicycle in the 200 block of North Cass Street. Officers received a
description of the bicycle and took a report. The bicycle was
not recovered as of report time.
On Monday, officers met with a female in the 200 block
of Westbrook Avenue. The female told officers that she found
that an unknown person or persons had opened multiple credit
card accounts in her name. No charges had been made on the
cards as of report time and the incident remains under investigation.

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OBITUARIES

Angela M. Miller
June 19, 1930-Sept. 1, 2016
OTTOVILLE — Angela M.
Miller, 86, of Ottoville died at
9:05 a.m. Thursday at St. Rita’s
Hospice in Lima.
She was born June 19, 1930,
in Kalida to the late Clem and
Mary (Doepker) Kahle. On Aug.
22, 1953, she married Norbert
Miller, who survives in Ottoville.
Other survivors include five
children: Ronald (June) Miller
of Ottoville, Debra (Steve) Klaus
of Lima, Eugene (Sheila) Miller
of Ottoville, Dennis “Bender”
(Bonnie) Miller of Ottoville
and Randall (Darlene) Miller
of Elida; 14 grandchildren; six
great-grandchildren; and three
step great-grandchildren.
Angela retired from the cafeteria of Ottoville Schools and
she was also a homemaker. She
was a member of Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church,
Ottoville, its Altar Rosary
Society and Catholic Ladies
of Columbia as well as the
Ottoville VFW #3740 Auxiliary.
Angela loved to crochet afghans
and playing pinochle.
A Mass of Christian burial will begin at 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday at Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church,
Ottoville, with the Most
Reverend Jerome Schetter and
Deacon Joe Flores officiating.
Burial will follow in St. Mary’s
Cemetery, Ottoville.
Visitation will be held from
6-8 p.m. Monday and 2-8 p.m.
Tuesday at Love-Heitmeyer
Funeral
Home,
Jackson
Township, where a Scripture
service will begin at 1:45 p.m.
Tuesday.
Memorial donations may
be made to the Stained Glass
Window Fund at Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church,
Ottoville.
Condolences
may
be
expressed at lovefuneralhome.
com

Dec. 1, 1948-Aug. 30, 2016
DELPHOS — Monty W. Rupert, 67, of Delphos, passed
away on Tuesday at St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima.
He was born Dec. 1, 1948, in Lima to Clarence and Flora
(Statham) Rupert, who preceded him in death.
He is survived by two brothers, Don Rupert of Delphos and
Roy Rupert of Arlington, Virginia; and many cousins.
He was preceded in death by aunts and uncles.
Funeral services will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at
Harter and Schier Funeral Home, with calling one hour prior
to the service. Burial will follow at Walnut Grove Cemetery
with military grave rites by the Delphos Veterans council.
Friends may also call from 4-8 p.m. on Friday at the funeral
home.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Humane
Society.
To leave condolences, visit harterandschier.com.

Dana Reed
Sept. 20, 1954-Aug. 30, 2016
CLOVERDALE — Dana Reed, 61, of Cloverdale passed
away on Tuesday at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus.
He was born Sept. 20, 1954, in Warsaw, Indiana, to John
Jay Reed and Donna May (Smith) Reed Woodling, who preceded him in death.
Survivors include 13 children: David Eccard of Van Wert,
Terri (Bob Norbeck) Sheeter, Stephanie (Brian) Plaugher and
Loni Reed, all of Lima; Todd (Dawn) Eccard, Deanna (Jim)
Williams and Tami Reed, all of Delphos; Cheryl (Hank)
Wegesin and Jennifer (Larry) Looser of Middle Point; Bethany
Reed of Evansville, Indiana; Barbara Reed of Edmonton,
Kentucky; Benjamin Reed of Summershade, Kentucky; and
Teri Dembinski of Tennessee; three sisters, Gayle (Dave)
Woodling of Warsaw, Indiana, Nancy Reed of Ft. Wayne, Amy
(William) Smith of Baytown, Texas; and one brother, Mark
(Cynthia) Reed of Warsaw, Indiana. Dana is also survived by
his companion of 30 years, Jackie Eccard, who survives in
Cloverdale.
He is preceded in death by one sister, Dorothy Jo Reed; and
two children, Denise Eccard and Dana Eccard.
Funeral services will begin at noon on Friday at Harter
and Schier Funeral Home, the Rev. David Howell officiating.
Burial will be at a later date in Warsaw.
Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. on Thursday and one hour
prior to the service Friday at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Jackie Eccard
To leave condolences, visit harterandschier.com.

Stanley Mueller
LANDECK — Stanley Mueller, 69, of Landeck passed
away Thursday at his residence.
Visitation will be held from 2-8 p.m. on Wednesday at
Harter and Schier Funeral Home.
Mass of Christian burial will begin at 10:30 a.m. on
Thursday at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Landeck.
Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Further arrangements are incomplete.

Richard J. Falter
TROY — Richard J. Falter, 92, of Troy passed away Friday.
Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 1 p.m. Wednesday at
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Troy.
Visitation 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at the church prior to service.
Arrangements by Fisher-Cheney Funeral Home, Troy.

Police use tear gas in Crawford
Street home, arrest man
Information submitted
VAN WERT — The execution of a search
warrant at 515 E. Crawford St. in Van Wert
led to police having to use tear gas to get a
male subject out of the residence on Friday
morning.
Daniel Morgan, 28, who is believed to be
from the Columbus area, was arrested after
the incident.
The Van Wert Police Department received
a tip of illegal narcotics being sold out of
the residence. There was also information
about firearms and cocaine being inside the
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An investigation was initiated by the Van

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Wert Detective Bureau and probable cause
was presented in an application to search the
home. The application was presented to the
Van Wert Common Pleas Court and a search
warrant was granted.
At approximately 6 a.m. Friday morning,
the Van Wert Police Department executed the
search warrant.
Three persons were thought to be inside.
Upon contact, two females came out without
incident.
Morgan would not respond to the police
department’s commands or come down from
the second story of the residence.

ST. RITA’S
A girl was born Aug. 31 to Courtney Sherer and Michael
Glossett of Spencerville.
A boy was born Sept. 1 to Ashtyn and Shawn Kill of Elida.

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Ray Geary,
Chief Operating Officer
Delphos Herald, Inc.
David Thornberry,
Group Publisher
Lori Goodwin Silette,
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COURT NEWS
Information submitted
VAN WERT — The following individuals appeared
Wednesday in Van Wert
County Common Pleas
Court:
Judge
Martin
Burchfield
Arraignment
Jami Lynn Melcher, 34,
Convoy, entered a not guilty
plea to operating a vehicle
under the influence, a misdemeanor 1; and failure to
comply with order of law
enforcement officer (fleeing
and eluding), a felony 3.
She was released on a surety
bond with a condition of no
driving except for certain
specified times. Pretrial set
for Sept. 7.
Kenneth Lewis, 43,
Defiance, entered a plea of
guilty to a charge of failure
to appear, a misdemeanor
1. The case was set for sentencing on Sept. 28.
Bill of information
Tyler Roth, 29, Van
Wert, entered a plea of
guilty to a Prosecutor’s Bill
of Information charging
him with assault, a misdemeanor 1; and unlawful
restraint, a misdemeanor
3. Sentencing was set for
Sept. 28. Previous charges
against the defendant were
dismissed for this plea.
Sentencing
Jeremy Workman, 35,
Van Wert, was sentenced for
possession of heroin, a felony 5, following his jury trial
two weeks ago. Defendant
refused to be placed on
Community control and was
sentenced to prison for 11
months on each count, concurrent, with credit for 67
days served.
Zachariah Germann,
28, Van Wert, theft, a felony 5. He was sentenced to:
five years community control, 60 days jail with work
release, complete all programs, including drug court,
additional 60 days jail at
later date, 200 hours community service, three years
intensive probation, ordered
to pay costs and partial
appointed counsel fees. A
12-month prison term was
deferred

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Grothouse
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with Dr. Celeste Lopez
When babies are learning to talk they all go about
it in a different way. It is an amazing skill to master
and it is really fun to watch your children as they
acquire their verbal abilities. It is also the skill that
worries parents the most. It is easy to find someone
else’s child who is speaking more words, longer sentences or with better pronunciation. Of course, it goes
without saying that other people will be more than
willing to point this out to you, which will, of course,
add to your worries.
While it is true that speech delays do exist, I am
happy to tell you that most of the time your child is
progressing just fine and will continue to go on his
merry way, learning to talk in his own time and in
his own way. He will eventually gain all the language
skills he needs so that he can argue with you and talk
back to you and generally make you long for the days
when he couldn’t speak.
But that is something you will realize years from
now. Right now, you have an adorable toddler and you
want to be reassured that he is developing normally.
As a general rule you will see that there are two

main ways that babies will learn to speak. The first
way I call parrots. These babies can speak single
words very well, can often repeat many words that
you say to them and will chatter and babble using
their known words interspersed with nonsense syllables. They can often combine 2-3 words together
but don’t typically use full sentences until after they
turn two.
The second way of learning I call sponges. They
don’t usually speak very many words, they do, however, seem to understand what is said to them. If you
ask them to get a toy or throw something away or give
something to daddy, they know what you are saying
and will do what you ask (this differs from teenagers
who apparently can’t understand anything you say
and if they do understand will do exactly the opposite
of what you tell them to). These babies too will babble
and chatter.
Both children will verbalize as if they are speaking a foreign language. It is obvious that they know
exactly what they are saying and cannot understand
why you don’t understand what they are saying. Both

babies will typically start using full sentences around
their second birthdays.
Don’t despair if your baby doesn’t seem to be
following this schedule. Like I said, babies follow the
beat of their own drummer and are likely developing
perfectly normally for them, they just didn’t read the
book on child development.
It is a good idea to talk to your doctor if you are
concerned. They will either reassure you or they will
get them started with speech therapy or do further
assessments. Regardless of what they decide, rest
assured that for your baby it is much more important
to him that you are there to listen to his words than
whether he is speaking two words, 20 words or 200
words.
Dr. Celeste Lopez graduated cum laude from The
University of Utah College of Medicine. She completed her Pediatric residency training at the Children’s
Hospital of Michigan. She is certified with The
American Board of Pediatrics since 1992. In 2003,
she moved her practice, Wishing Well Pediatrics, to
Delphos and is located at 154 W. Third St.

Grothouse
Information submitted
DELPHOS — Arthur
“Art” Grothouse will have
a happy 95th birthday on
Sept. 6.
Help him celebrate with a
call or card with well-wishes
mailed to:
Art Grothouse
830 E. Suthoff St.
Delphos OH 45833

FROM THE ARCHIVES
10 Years Ago – 2006
For Delphos FFA member Krista
Youngpeter, showing hogs at the Van Wert
County Fair is her thing. In her sixth year of
showing swine, she has never varied from her
routine. Youngpeter, 15, is the daughter of
Kevin and Mary Youngpeter. The Jefferson
High School sophomore became interested
in showing swing, following in her older
brother Kyle’s footsteps. The Youngpeters’
swine, owned by Krista’s father and uncle,
are housed on her grandfather’s farm.
He sings with the Autumn Years choraliers
and commands burial details for local veterans upon their homegoing. Larry Luersman,
75, of Delphos, provides vocal entertainment
to those in Delphos, Spencerville, Lima, and
Cloverdale nursing homes and assisted living
facilities. Luersman is a Korean War veteran
and has remained involved with veterans
activities through three different local organizations.
Both coaches would agree on one thing
for Saturday night’s Jefferson/Paulding
Northwest Conference opener at Stadium
Park; the running game will be key to who
wins the encounters. “We want to run the
ball. That’s what we did especially well in the
second half last week and we want to do that
this week,” Jefferson coach Damon Ulm said.
25 Years Ago – 1991
St. John’s boys cross country team finished second among 13 teams in the Gray
Division Saturday at the Columbus Grove
Invitational. The Blue Jay girls were sixth
of 19 teams. Botkins won the boys race with
67 points. St. John’s had 78. Matt Siefker
of Columbus Grove won the boys race in

16:33. Greg Knippen of St. John’s was third
in 17:24.
Bill Lloyd, of Lloyd Wenger Insurance
Agency of Delphos, received the President’s
Award and congratulations from Cary Blair,
president of Westfield Insurance Company,
Westfield Center. The award was presented
during a company function and is in recognition of the agency’s dedication to achieving
extraordinary profitability, growth and persistence.
Donations of two computers to St. John’s
High School new computer lab were made
by Delpha Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, Olds,
Geo and Society Bank. Bob Grothouse of
Delphos, presented a check to Rev. James
Peiffer, superintendent of St. John’s School.
John Miller, Society branch sales manager
and loan manager, also presented a check to
Rev. Peiffer.
35 Years Ago – 1981
Former Delphos service and safety director and businessman Irvin H. Hanf, 74, died
Wednesday at St. Rita’s Medical Center. Hanf
was city service and safety director from Jan.
1, 1951 until Dec. 31, 1953 and service director from Jan. 1, 1960 until Dec. 31, 1967. He
founded Hanf’s Grocery in 1948 located on
East Second Street. In 1954 he moved the
store to East Cleveland Street where he operated it until 1960.
General Putnam’s Drum and Bugle Corps
of Ottawa recently returned from international competition in Montreal, Quebec. The
corps, under the direction of Brice Musser,
took 11th place among 53 Class A corps participating. It was the corps’ first international
competition. Mark Kundert, son of Mr. and

Mrs. Donald Kundert of Delphos, is a drummer with the corps.
50 Years Ago – 1966
Sharon Manore is spending a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Manore of Delphos, after a recent visit to
London, England and the Continent. While in
Europe she toured the Netherlands, Germany,
Switzerland, Austria, Italy and France.
Manore will resume her teaching duties with
the Fort Wayne Community Schools this fall.
Putnam County youngsters will be competing for placings and honors at the Ohio
State Fair this week. 4-Her’s entered in state
competition included Lois Von Lehmden,
Junior Fair Queen contest; Linda Butler, 4-H
Club Assistant; Marilyn Elwer, Sally Fuller,
and Sandra Bibler, 4-H Club Demonstrations,
and Karen Weis, nutrition demonstration.
Bonnie Fry and Carol Mueller, both of
Delphos, have been named to the Presidents
list of all “A” students for the summer term
at Miami-Jacobs College, Dayton. Both are
full-time students. Fry is a 1965 graduate of
Jefferson High School and Mueller is a 1966
graduate.
60 Years Ago – 1956
Delphos and Fort Jennings were winners
Sunday in the West Central baseball league
playoffs being played at Kalida. Delphos,
WCL champions this season, defeated Gomer
by an 8-2 score while Fort Jennings upset the
Columbus Grove nine, 4 to 2. Keith Ayers
was on the mound for Delphos. Don McGue
gave up four hits to Grove while he had seven
strikeouts and issued two bases on balls.
Delphos and Fort Jennings will play in the

finals of the playoff next Sunday.
A fifty-year pin is to be presented to
Charles Griffith of Delphos, at a meeting
of Hope Lodge No. 214, F. and A. M.,
Wednesday evening, according to Hullinger,
master of the Masonic Lodge. Griffith, who
has been a member of the local fraternal
group for the past 50 years, is to receive his
fifty-year pin from Dr. Ezra Burnett, a member of the local “Masonic 50-year Club.”
75 Years Ago – 1941
At a meeting of the Delphos Library Board
held Tuesday night, preparations were made
to store the collections of articles comprising
the Delphos Museum in the Franklin School.
The room in the basement of the library in
which the museum materials have been stored
for years, is not suitable and considerable
deterioration of the valuable collection has
been caused by dampness in the room.
On Sunday morning the local Presbyterian
Church will begin its fall and winter work,
according to Rev. Mark I. Andrews, pastor of
the church. A Work Planning Conference will
be held Sept. 14. Sept. 28 will be observed as
Rally Day, both in the Sabbath School and in
the Worship Hour. World Wide Communion
will be observed on Oct. 5.
Only .002 points separate the St. Louis
Cardinals and the Brooklyn Dodgers in their
battle for the 1941 National League flag and,
if all goes according to script, Brooklyn may
bounce back into the lead. The Dodgers play
the Phillies whom they have beaten 12 times
in 13 games this season in a doubleheader
while the Cards engage the Chicago Cubs in
a single contest.

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impaired, you will be arrested. Do your part in keeping
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to designate a sober driver if
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During last year’s fourday holiday reporting period,
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According to the National
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crashes nationwide, making
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traffic fatalities that year.
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this holiday weekend,” said
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superintendent. “You may
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law enforcement will know
you are. Law enforcement

officers’ skills in detecting
and identifying drunk drivers
have never been better.”
The 2016 Labor Day
weekend reporting period
begins Friday at 12 a.m. and
ends Monday at 11:59 pm.
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St. John’s class of 1961 holds 55th reunion
The St. John’s class of 1961 held its 55th class reunion on July 30 at Dick’s Steak House in Kalida. Class members in attendance were, front from left, Charles Scherger, Brother
Nick Renner, Lois (Trentman) Luersman, Doris (Ellerbrock) Tenwalde, Edna (Brinkman) Pelfrey, Peggy (Gerdeman) Rizor and John Grone; row two, Agnes (Hempfling) Wheeler,
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9 a.m.-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
1-3 p.m. — The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241
N. Main St., is open.
MONDAY
11:30 a.m. — Closed for Lab or Day
TUESDAY
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff Street.
7 p.m. — Delphos Coon and Sportsman’s Club meets.
Delphos City Council meets at the Delphos Municipal
Building, 608 N. Canal St.
Delphos Parks and Recreation board meets at the recreation
building at Stadium Park.
7:30 p.m. — Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian
Church, 310 W. Second St.
WEDNESDAY
9 a.m. - noon — Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E.
Main St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
Noon — Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. — Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the St.
John’s Chapel.
6:30 p.m. — Delphos Kiwanis Club meets at the Eagles
Lodge, 1600 E. Fifth St.
7 p.m. — Bingo at St. John’s Little Theatre.
Delphos Civil Service Commission meets at Municipal
Building.
7:30 p.m. — Hope Lodge 214 Free and Accepted Masons,
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Hike will begin at 7:30 p.m. on
Friday at McLean Teddy Bear
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Practice
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hike to experience the sights and
sounds of the night.
On Sept. 10, meet 9 a.m. at
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its Walking thru Autumn series.
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Saturday, September 3, 2016

The Herald – 5

Country

Horse-and-buggy trek to Indiana caps end of summer
BY LOVINA EICHER
We had a nice rain tonight.
Our rain gauge shows that we
had more than a half inch. Our
garden still has tomatoes, cabbage, green peppers and hot
peppers left in it. Yesterday we
canned almost eighty pints of
pizza sauce. We gave twenty
pints to Mose and Susan. We
also canned hot peppers. Susan
wants to make pizza casserole
tomorrow night to try out the
sauce.
Mose and Susan are getting
more settled as the weeks pass by.
They have been helping Mose’s
parents, as they are hosting the
wedding for Mose’s brother Joe
and his fiancée, Mary, next week.
I was asked to be cook at the
wedding and to go help bake
pies, etc., the day before. Mose
and Susan will be table waiters at
the wedding. Susan still needs to
cut out and sew her dress for the
wedding. With her working every
day, I will probably have to help
her get it sewn.
Saturday Joe and I and the
six children here at home attended the picnic for the RV factory
where Joe works. It was interesting to tour all the RVs and
motorhomes that they make. We
were served a good meal, and
lots of door prizes and awards
were given to the many, many
employees. The grand prize was
a Howard Miller grandfather
clock. It rained and rained after
lunch, but they had plenty of
tents set up for everyone to stay
dry.
A very happy birthday goes
to sister Verena. She turned fifty
on August 22. Mose, Susan and
most of the children went over to
sing “Happy Birthday” to Verena
that evening.
Tomorrow morning I leave
with daughter Susan for a town
around 45 minutes away. Susan
needs to get her married name put
on her Social Security card, and

she wants me to go along.
Tonight Mose grilled banana
pepper poppers and I made
chicken noodle soup. We still
don’t have all the water lines
hooked up to Mose and Susan’s
living quarters, so it’s easier for
her to use my kitchen. Most
often they just eat the evening
meal with us.
The boys and Mose are often
spending their free time having
bow practice. Mose has a big target set up, so it’s an easy place to
test out their skills. Hunting season will be here before we know
it. The boys passed their hunters’
safety class earlier this year.
Saturday evening Timothy
and Elizabeth came for supper.
After supper Timothy, Mose,
Loretta’s special friend, Dustin,
and son Joseph practiced shooting their bows. The girls and I
just relaxed and visited. Joe has
been working longer hours, so
he’s always glad to rest and get
to bed earlier.
Daughter Verena and son
Benjamin, with some other
young folks, drove to northern
Indiana with horses and buggies.
They spent the night at niece
Susan and Joe’s house. The next
morning they drove to brother
Albert’s. Church services were
held at Albert’s home. Their
daughter Emma was baptized at
the service.
Sunday afternoon Verena and
Benjamin started the journey
home. They had around twenty
miles to go to get to niece Susan’s
house, and around seventeen

Breadsticks
1 cup milk
1/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon salt
8 tablespoons butter, divided
3 1/2 cups flour
1 1/2 tablespoon yeast
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon oregano
1 egg, beaten
pizza seasoning
Heat the milk, sugar, salt and
4 tablespoons butter; remove
from heat as soon as butter is
melted. Add the flour, yeast, garlic powder, oregano and beaten
egg. Let rise until double. Roll
out and cut the size you want.
Melt the remaining 4 tablespoons
butter in a pan, and sprinkle pizza
seasoning over it; roll breadsticks
in this mixture. Place breadsticks
on cookie sheets and let rise
again until double. Bake at 350

miles to get home from Albert’s
house. Our horse Mighty handles
these long trips really well. They
do take their time, and let Mighty
walk a lot of the time.
School doors will be opening in less than two weeks. Our
school starts September 6. All
three children will be in middle
school. Joseph will be in eighth
grade, with this being his final
year of schooling. Where does
time go? Lovina will be in sixth
grade and Kevin in fifth. Kevin
will be eleven next week. It
seems like he was just born, and
now he’s already turning eleven!
This is a recipe for breadsticks niece Elizabeth shared in
our family cookbook. Our children like to dip them in pizza
sauce.
Until next week, God bless!

degrees for 15–20 minutes or
until done. Breadsticks can be
dipped in pizza sauce or cheese
sauce when eating. Yield depends
on the size of the breadsticks.
Lovina Eicher is an Old Order
Amish writer, cook, wife and
mother of eight. Formerly writing

The Eichers have been busy canning pizza sauce using
tomatoes from their garden. (Submitted photo)

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.

KitchenPress

Give this versatile menu a try when you’re short
on time.
San Geronimo Quiche
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup flour
4 large eggs
3/4 pound (3 cups) shredded sharp cheddar cheese
1-1/2 cups small-curd cottage cheese
1/2 cup crushed corn chips
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
Prepared salsa
In a large bowl, smoothly stir milk into flour, then
add eggs, cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, corn chips,
sugar and baking powder; beat mixture until well
blended.
Pour into a 9x13-inch baking dish. Bake, uncovered, in a 350-degree oven until quiche is slightly
puffed and appears set when the pan is gently shaken,
about 40 minutes. Let cool for 10 minutes, then cut
into 12 equal rectangles. Transfer to plates using a
wide spatula; add salsa to taste. Makes 12 servings.
Peach Dream
Sugar
4 large (about 2 lb. total) ripe peaches
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 small can (6 oz., 3/4 cup) frozen pink lemonade
concentrate
2 cups small ice cubes or crushed ice
Rub rim of 5 or 6 glasses (about1 cup size) with
water, then dip in sugar to coat; set aside.
Peel and pit peaches; cut fruit in chunks into a
blender.
To peaches, add the lemon juice and lemonade
concentrate; whirl smooth. Add half the ice at a time,
whirling after each addition, until mixture has a fine,
slushy texture. Pour into sugar-rimmed glasses. Makes
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Cavs grind out ‘W’ vs. Jefferson
BY BRIAN BASSETT
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St. John’s running back Aaron Reindel takes a toss from
Jacob Youngpeter and eyes the hole behind the blocking of
Tim Kreeger and Brandon Wrasman versus Lima Central
Catholic Friday night at Spartan Stadium. (DHI Media/
Jim Metcalfe)

Jays rebound with
pasting of T-Birds
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

LIMA — Both St. John’s
and Lima Central Catholic
were coming off tough opening-week losses of the 2016
high school football season.
Both were looking for a
rebound in Friday night’s
encounter at Spartan Stadium.
The Blue Jays dominated with a 482-169 advantage
in offensive yards, including
332 on the ground, in a 35-7
non-league victory.
“We needed a win like
this. When you lose a tough
one like last week, the best
thing you can do is go out and
win a football game the next
week,” St. John’s head coach
Todd Schulte said. “We still
have some improvements to
make — like turnovers and
penalties — but we took a
step in the right direction this
week. Our offensive line took
over. Coach (Steve) Recker
had a great defensive game
plan to hold down their main
weapon, Thomas Williams;
he got away from us a couple
of times but mostly, we made
them look to others to move
the ball.”
After the Blue and Gold
defense forced a 3-and-out
on the Thunderbirds’ opening
possession, the Jays went to
work starting from the 34.
Keyed by a 21-yard run by
Aaron Reindel (28 rushes,
173 yards, 4 touchdowns) and
a 35-yard connection from
Jacob Youngpeter (9-of-17

passing, 150 yards) to Eric
Vogt (105 yards), Reindel finished off the 5-play drive with
a 3-yard plunge inside right
tackle. Mark Wrasman converted the point-after-touchdown for a 7-0 edge with 7:24
remaining in the opener.
Forcing another 3-andout, the Jays began their second possession at the 43. A
24-yard pass from Youngpeter
to Vogt and a 35-yard run
by Youngpeter set up another 3-yard plunge behind a
huge hole on the left side by
Reindel. Wrasman made it
14-0 at 5:09 of the first.
LCC used a 40-yard pass
from Thomas Williams to
Matthew Heider — on a fake
punt — to help reach the Jays’
27 in six plays but on play
eight, Jaret Jackson picked
off a screen pass from LCC
quarterback Brendan Stolly
(13-of-23 passing, 136 yards in for injured starter Anthony
Venturella) and returned it 20
yards to the 48.
The Jays marched from
there to the LCC 9 in 13 plays
but on 4th-and-3, an incompletion ended the drive.
Starting at the LCC 27
after a 19-yard Reindel
punt return, the Jays were
foiled again; Youngpeter was
picked off in the end zone by
Williams and his return put
the ball at the LCC 4.
Four plays later — plus
a pass interference flag on
the visitors — put the ball at
the 32.

DELPHOS - Delphos
Jefferson took the opening
kickoff in Friday evening’s
contest against the visiting Coldwater Cavaliers at
Stadium Park and marched
right down the field.
The Wildcats used their
ground-force attack to move
the ball 65 yards on seven
carries before facing a fourthand-1 at the Coldwater
15-yard line. Ultimately,
the Cavalier defense held
on a conversion attempt and
forced a turnover on downs.
The drive may have been
a foreshadowing of things to
come as Coldwater bent but
didn’t break in route to a
hard-fought 20-6 victory.
“We talked about how we
wanted to get the momentum
a little bit,” said Jefferson
coach Chris Sommers. “We
wanted to come out and compete right away and I think
we did that. We had a few
chances to score early and
didn’t quite make it happen.”
The Wildcat defense
repaid the favor on the ensuing drive and forced the
Coldwater offense to punt making it clear that scoring
would be at a premium in the
contest.
The visitors finally got on
the board to open the sec-

The Jefferson defense made things tough on Coldwater’s Brad Giere during first-half
action Friday night at Stadium Park. (DHI Media/Brian Bassett)
ond quarter, however, when
senior quarterback Dylan
Thobe ran in a touchdown
from seven yards out. A Neal
Muhlenkamp extra point
gave Coldwater a 7-0 lead
with 11:30 to play in the first
half.
Jefferson (1-1) countered on the ensuing drive
when senior quarterback
Jace Stockwell found senior
receiver Drake Schmit for a
45-yard touchdown connection. A missed PAT made the
score 7-6 with 9:39 to play in
the first.

really good decisions and our
receivers were really working
hard to get open down the
field.”
Coldwater (2-0) answered
the Jefferson touchdown
on the following drive. The
Cavaliers took advantage of
some costly Wildcat penalties
and converted on a crucial
4th-and-10 to put together a
9-play, 61-yard scoring drive
that culminated in a 2-yard
run by junior running back
Brad Giere with 6:04 to play
in the half.
See GRIND, page 7

Spencerville batters way over Parkway
BY JEFF CUSTER
DHI Media Correspondent
sports@timesbulletin.com

ROCKFORD — The Parkway
Panthers welcomed the Spencerville
Bearcats on Friday night.
Parkway would find the Bearcats’
triple-option rushing attack difficult to
defend for the entirety of the night as
Spencerville finished the game with 376
yards on the ground, which carried the
Bearcats to a 37-0 victory.
“We were hitting the backs in the
backfield and they were getting yards
after contact. They were breaking
tackles,” Parkway head coach Shane
Wellman said after the game.
Parkway, with junior Andrew Baker
starting in place of injured senior quarterback Justin Barna, found establishing
See REBOUND, page 7
anything offensively extremely difficult.
The Panthers opened the game by
going 3-and-out and finished the game
with only 149 yards of total offense,
along with three turnovers on the night.
“It’s on me; we didn’t execute. I’m
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OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Wellman
said. “We gave effort, we just
Division of Widlife
have
to
tackle
better, block better,and do
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fundamentals.”
Lake Erie
Spencerville opened the scoring with
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inches. … The daily bag limit for yellow perch is 30 fish per angler in
all Ohio waters of Lake Erie. … The trout and salmon daily bag limit
is 2 fish per angler, which started Thursday; the minimum size limit
is 12 inches. … Black bass (largemouth and smallmouth bass): the
daily bag limit is 5 fish per angler with a 14-inch minimum size limit.
Western Basin
Walleye: Many of the fish being caught have been below the
15-inch legal size limit, primarily from the 2014 and 2015 year classes. There have been very few recent reports. The best areas have been
“L” can of the Camp Perry firing range and south of Kelleys Island.
Most fish have been caught by trolling with spoons or worm harnesses
and by casting with weight-forward spinners or mayfly rigs.
Yellow Perch: Fishing has been good south of the Toledo water
intake, around “A” and “B” buoys of the Camp Perry firing range,
Rattlesnake Island, both west and south of Green Island, south of
Ballast Island, between South Bass and Kelleys islands, south of
Kelleys Island and near the Marblehead Lighthouse. Perch spreaders
with shiners fished near the bottom produce the most fish.
Largemouth Bass: Largemouth bass have been caught in harbors
and along the main lake shoreline around Catawba and Marblehead
using drop-shot rigs, tube jigs and crankbaits.
Central Basin
Walleye: Good fishing was reported around the Huron dumping
grounds, 2-4 miles east of Avon Point, in 15-30 feet of water northwest of Edgewater Park, in 44-49 feet of water north-northeast of
Wildwood Park, in 35-50 feet north-northwest of Fairport and in
65-70 feet north-northeast of Ashtabula. Anglers are trolling with
dipsey divers or planer boards with weights or jet divers, ahead of
stick baits or worm harnesses. The best colors have been purple, pink,
green and white.
Yellow Perch: Fishing has been good 1-2 miles offshore from
Cranberry Creek to the castle and at Ruggles Reef. Fish have also
been caught in 42-43 feet north of Gordon Park and in 38-48 feet
northwest of Wildwood Park. Good fishing was reported farther east
in 45-50 feet northwest of Fairport Harbor and in 55-60 feet north
of Conneaut. Perch spreaders with shiners fished near the bottom
produce the most fish.
Smallmouth Bass: Fishing has been good in 10-30 feet around the
harbor areas in Cleveland, Fairport Harbor, Geneva, Ashtabula and
Conneaut using drop-shot rigs, tube jigs, spinners, crankbaits, leeches
and crayfish.
Steelhead: Fish are being picked up by anglers trolling for walleye
off Ashtabula and Conneaut (See section on central basin walleye.)
Steelhead are still being caught by boat anglers trolling offshore with
spoons and stick baits. Fish are well offshore, sitting in the thermocline over depths of 68-78 feet. As temperatures start to cool and we
progress towards fall, some fish will start to move inshore but that
may be several weeks to over a month away depending on prevailing
weather patterns.
The Lake Erie water temperature is 77 off Toledo and 77 off
Cleveland, according to the nearshore marine forecast. … Anglers are
encouraged to always wear a U.S. Coast Guard-approved personal
flotation device while boating

The touchdown pass was
just part of a stellar evening
through the air for Stockwell.
He went 8-of-9 for 132 yards
and a touchdown - helping
to move the Wildcat offense
when Coldwater began to
slow the running attack.
“Jace is a really balanced
quarterback on offense,” said
Sommers. “Our offensive
line and coaches do a great
job of giving him protection.
He can throw the ball. We
like to run the ball but feel
like we have the capabilities
(to pass as well). Jace makes

Here we go again for our
Pigskin Picks.
It’s been too, TOO long
since our last edition the day
before Super Bowl 50.
It should be fun.
It’s supposed to be fun and
I enjoy it — until I lose. Then
I become a hideous monster
… er, sorry, wrong cartoon.
Our final marks from last
season were: Me — 133-94
(72-35 college/61-59[pros);
regular Erin Cox, editor of
our sister publication, the Van
Wert Times Bulletin — 117109 (62-44/53-65); regular
John Parent, sports editor
of VWTB — 116-109 (5749/59-60); and various and
sundry Guest Pickers, a combined 113-79 (43-33/70-46).
I hope to have more guest
pickers, dear readers: anyone
that would like to take a crack
at it — two weeks at a time
— e-mail me at jmetcalfe@
delphosherald.com and you
will be put on the list.
In addition to the three
regulars, Charlie Warnimont,
sports editor of our sister
publication, Putnam County
Sentinel, and ordinary citizen
Dale Metzger are the first
GPs.
It will be all college since
the NFL is a week away.
Here goes: Oklahoma
at Houston; Notre Dame at
Texas; Ole Miss at Florida
State; UCLA at Texas A
& M; LSU vs. Wisconsin

which brought the ball to the Panthers
7-yard line and on the very next play,
Keaton Lotz punched it in to take a 7-0
lead.
Parkway was held to another 3-andout on its next drive, which gave
Spencerville good field position. The
Bearcats started on Parkway’s 49. The
Bearcats continued to pound the ball
down field with their strong rushing
attack and it led to another rushing
touchdown by Lotz, as they took a 14-0
late in the first quarter.
Being down 14-0, it was imperative
for Parkway to come out with some
points or at least move the ball down
field to show they had some fight within
them and that the game was not yet over.
On the first play of the drive, Baker connected with junior wideout Caden May
for a 41-yard completion and moved the
ball into Bearcat territory. From there,
the Panthers soon found themselves facing a 4th-and-six. Following a Parkway
timeout, Wellman opted to go for it.
They called a play-action pass, which
Spencerville sniffed out. The Bearcats
penetrated quickly into the backfield
and brought Baker down for the sack to
conclude the first quarter of action and
end Parkway’s drive.
On the first play of the second quarter, Spencerville’s Calvin Wilson busted

Pigskin Picks

at Lambeau Field; Georgia
vs. North Carolina; USC
vs. Alabama; Clemson at
Auburn.

JIM METCALFE
OKLAHOMA: Sooners are loaded on offense, as are Cougars. The
difference is that OU can at least
slow down their counterparts, while
Cougs’ ‘D’ is lacking.
TEXAS: Irish have taken a lot of
hits in the off-season, while Charlie
Strong has things going in the right
direction talent-wise in Austin. Give
the nod to home team.
FLORIDA STATE: Seminoles
are pre-season pick to make College
Football Playoffs, led by tailback
Darwin Cook and talent-laden unit.
Ole Miss is clamoring to be considered amongst the nation’s elite. This
game is in Orlando, so that’s close
enough to Tallahassee.
UCLA: Though this game is in
College Station, home of the 12th
Man, Bruins are moving on up the
ranks of college football’s elite.
LSU: Bayeaux Bengals have
Leonard Fournette on offense —
and a terrible QB. Their defense
— maybe as talented as Alabama’s
— will be the difference as Badgers
break in new QB.
NORTH CAROLINA: Georgia
replacing head coach and other parts.
Tar Heels trying to become more
than just a “basketball” school. This
is a good first step.
ALABAMA: USC is loaded with
talent; however, they struggle with
discipline and the like that you need
to be at the top of the sports world.
Bama breaking in new QB but so are
Trojans — against that Tide ‘D’. I
think this will be closer game than
many pundits think but gotta go with
Saban and Company.
CLEMSON: Auburn has fallen
by the wayside, while Tigers are
being considered capable to back
up their 1981 title. QB Watson leads
the way.
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ERIN COX
I am so happy to be back this

a 52-yard touchdown run and extended
the lead to 20-0.
Spencerville ended the first half with
a field goal, making the score 23-0, and
they would open the third quarter by
marching the ball down field with their
unstoppable rushing attack. Ultimately,
that drive was capped off with a 54-yard
touchdown run by Chris Picker, bringing
the score to 30-0.
Wilson capped the scoring with his
second touchdown run late in the third.
Spencerville (1-1) returns home to
face Holgate next week. The Panthers
(0-2) begin Midwest Athletic Conference
play with a visit to defending Division
VII state champion Fort Recovery.

***
Spencerville 14 9 14 0 - 37
Parkway 0 0 0 0 - 0
Scoring
1Q 7:04 - Lotz (Sv) 7-yard run (Blair kick) 7-0
1Q 2:13 - Lotz (Sv) 2-yard run (Blair kick)
14-0
2Q 11:50 - Wilson (Sv) 52-yard run (kick
blocked) 20-0
2Q 0:02 - Blair (Sv) 22-yard FG 23-0
3Q 9:58 - Picker (Sv) 54-yard run (Blair kick)
30-0
3Q 3:15 - Wilson (Sv) 1-yard run (Blair kick)
37-0
Team stats Sv — Pw
Total Off. 418 — 149
Passing 1/1-42-0-0 — 2/11-40-0-2
Rushing 49-376 — 35-109
Turnovers 1 — 3

year to give you all my opinion of
who will win each week which is
based on zero evidence or knowledge of how teams are doing, especially the college football picks.
(Editor’s Note: You did all right last
year for not knowing; imagine what
you’d do if you did?) NFL I tend to
know a little more.
OKLAHOMA: Oklahoma has a
tough schedule to start out the season
and I think the team will be ready to
give a strong performance.
TEXAS: Notre Dame plans to
play two quarterbacks; sounds like
they don’t have a good one then.
OLE MISS: My indecisiveness is
already starting. I had already typed
out Florida State and went back and
changed it….all that is to say Florida
State will end up winning now.
TEXAS A&M: Home-field
advantage will give the Aggies an
extra incentive to win, I think.
LSU: I might as well start off the
beginning of the season making sure
everyone knows my dislike for the
Big 10 (EN: Really?).
GEORGIA: I also don’t like
teams in North Carolina; the only
team I like in North Carolina is when
Kentucky is visiting there to play
basketball.
ALABAMA: The uncertainty
of how new quarterbacks will play
leads the conversation from what
I’ve read. The Tide defense, though,
is expected to continue to be topnotch and defense wins games.
CLEMSON: Clemson kind of
dominated last year and Auburn
didn’t. I don’t like to base this year
off of last year’s performance, but
I am.
==========
JOHN PARENT
Oklahoma— Is Tom Herman a
miracle-worker? Houston is being
courted by the Big XII and a win
over Oklahoma would prove the
Cougars belong. Baker Mayfield and
the Sooners likely have a different message they’d like to send.
Oklahoma wins.
Notre Dame— The Irish have
had a rough last couple of weeks off

the field, but sometimes these things
can galvanize a team. Texas should
be improved over last season, but the
Irish are the more experienced team.
Florida State— Two reasons: 1- I
picked a road team in the first two
games, and 2- FSU has a chance
to be the best team in the country
this year.
Texas A&M— I actually think
the Bruins are the better team, but
the Aggies at home are always tough
to beat.
LSU— Wisconsin playing is
what should be counted as a home
game is tempting, but the Badgers
are a very young team and playing the game in Lambeau should
be intimidating to both teams. LSU
has more big-game experience and,
probably, a lot more talent.
North Carolina— The worst
coaching move of the off-season was
Georgia getting rid of Mark Richt.
The Dawgs start missing him this
weekend.
Alabama— Is it me or is USC a
preseason top-5 or top-10 every season, only to go 7-6? Talent can win
you only so many games; Bama has
talent plus Nick Saban.
Clemson— I do think Auburn
will make some noise this season - at
the very least jump up and pick off
a contender or two to shake up the
SEC - but Clemson and DeShaun
Watson wants another title shot. You
won’t see a hiccup in Week One.

==========

CHARLIE WARNIMONT
Oklahoma - Have a feeling this
will be high scoring. The key will be
the start. If Oklahoma gets up early,
and they did quite often last year,
they will put up enough points to
open with the win.
Notre Dame - Tough pick.
Reportedly Texas is starting a freshman at quarterback and the Irish
may be playing two different quarterbacks, including last year’s starter
who is returning from injury. That
experienced tilted the decision in
favor of the Irish.

See PIGSKIN, page 7

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Saturday, September 3, 2016

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Late goal lifts Birds by Blue Jays

St. John’s Brandy Baldauf looks to find an open teammate
as Lima Central Catholic’s Haley Baldauf applies pressure
Thursday afternoon at St. John’s Annex. (DHI Media/Jim
Metcalfe)
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS — Lima
Central Catholic’s girls soccer team dominated the shots
on-goal versus St. John’s on
a breezy and cooler Thursday
afternoon at the St. John’s
Annex.
It still took a goal with
5:16 left to snap a 1-1 tie and
hand the Lady Thunderbirds
a 2-1 victory in Western Ohio
Soccer League action.
The T-Birds (2-0-2) outshot the Lady Blue Jays (0-30) 17-5 but senior Blue Jay
goalkeeper Kristina Koester
stopped 14.
“We’re starting to see the
Kristina of last year; she is
rounding into shape in goal.

Pigskin

She had a killer game today,”
St. John’s head coach Katrina
Smith said. “I saw a lot of
improvement today overall;
we came out much better
than we have in the past.
I saw a lot of good things
going on but the most is
we’re starting to get comfortable in our roles. The second
is field recognition; the girls
are understanding where they
are at, our formations, where
the ball needs to be and getting it there. We’re making
positive strides.”
St. John’s led 1-0 at the
half but the T-Birds had the
wind the second half and they
pressed the attack, especially
with Sam Koenig up front.
The visitors tied it just
28 ticks into the half as
Sophia Santaguida fed Carla

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Florida State - Ole Miss may have more starters returning but they have to go to Florida and
play before a pro-Seminole crowd.
Texas A & M - The A & M defense takes their
shot at the Bruins sophomore quarterback, using a
late stand to preserve a narrow win.
LSU — The unfrozen tundra of Lambeau
Field awaits these two opponents. The Tigers are
the more experienced team, 18 starters back, that
includes Heisman hopeful Leonard Fournette in
their backfield. And while Wisconsin would like
to reverse a narrow loss two years ago to LSU in
Baton Rouge, it’s been 13 years since the Tigers
have lost a non-conference game. And that streak
doesn’t end here.
North Carolina — Georgia has a new coach
and system to start the season, while the Tar Heels
return members of an offense that can put up
some big numbers. May not see that this weekend
as Tropical Storm Hermine moves through the
Carolinas. They should be able to do enough to
win the game.
Alabama - Crimson Tide are the defending
National champs and start the season ranked number one. The game is close to home and that should

Wildlife

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Species
Spotlight:
Lake
Sturgeon
The word “sturgeon” means “the
stirrer,” which is what the fish does
when it is looking for food; it stirs
up the mud and silt on river and lake
bottoms.
The lake sturgeon requires large
bodies of water with connections to
much smaller streams for spawning.
They were historically very abundant
in both the Ohio River and Lake Erie
and would make spawning runs far
up tributaries of both of these.
Old records indicate they came
as far up the Maumee River system
as the Ottawa River near Lima and
the Scioto River as far upstream as
Columbus.
Today, there are still small numbers of them present in Lake Erie but
none have been found in the Ohio
River since 1971. Much of their
decline is likely due to the numerous
dams that prevent them from reaching their spawning grounds.
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Rebound

be an added bonus.
Clemson - Clemson has Deshaun Watson
back under center this season to guide the Tigers
high-scoring offense. Auburn has a lot of questions
with its offense. The pick here is simple enough.
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DALE METZGER
Oklahoma at Houston: Winner Oklahoma,
Look for the Sooners to come out and make a
statement after last years loss in the playoffs. They
have a tough start against a top 15 team but with
the skilled players they have back they should win
by 2 touchdowns.
Notre Dame at Texas: Winner Texas, This is a
tough one. ND has lost most of their team from last
year adding the suspended players from this year is
gonna be tough. ND can’t decide on a starting QB
and are leaning towards a 2-QB system. Texas at
home is always a tough game for anyone, so sorry
Katie I know you are a fan but the Irish get beat.
Ole Miss at Florida State: Winner Florida
State, The matchup between Ole Miss QB and
FSU RB I think it will be a good game at the Citrus
Bowl which is always a tough place to play, so I
give the edge to FSU.
UCLA at Texas A&M: Winner UCLA, I started
out last year big on UCLA so I have to do it again

Welcome to the 2016 season of
steelheading!
Another new Steelhead season is
getting closer and closer. Once our
drought is over and the rivers start
to run, the run will begin again! You
can prepare by attending our meetings and our 23rd annual Steelhead
EXPO. See some details below:
Ohio Central Basin Steelheaders’
first meeting is at the Firehouse in
Willoughby Hills 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22.
Our scheduled speaker is Kevin
Kayle, the Hatchery Manager of
Ohio Fish Hatcheries, including the
Castalia Hatchery. Kevin always
keeps us up to date on the Steelhead
Program and the forecast for the
coming season. He is always informative regarding our fishery.
Through the efforts of the
ODNR, we will have fingerlings
stocked in our rivers this spring.
Kevin will bring us up to date about
our fishery. We certainly appreciate
the efforts Of the ODNR to provide
fish for next year’s stocking!
We help kick off our new
Steelhead season with our 23rd
O.C.B.S. Steelhead Expo. This year
we are again fortunate to be able

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Stolly, rolling right, found Williams
(6 grabs, 114 yards) wide open behind
the defense along the right sideline and
he took it to the house. Stephen Taflinger
tacked on the PAT for a 14-7 deficit with
1:36 remaining in the half.
The Jays drove from the 35 to the
Lima 16 in seven plays but play eight
saw an incompletion that ended the half.
St. John’s took the opening kickoff
and a short return placed the ball at the
40. They needed six plays — including a
28-yard burst by Cole Reindel, to finish
it off with a 1-yard toss over right tackle
by Aaron Reindel for the six. Wrasman
made it 21-7 with 8:53 showing in the
third.
Starting its next series on the 31, the
Jays drove the distance in nine plays.
At the LCC 21, Youngpeter dropped,
pumped for Jared Wurst on the right
side and led him to the end zone for the
score. Wrasman made it 28-7 at 3:04 of
the period.
The Jays got the ball back on downs
at the T-Bird 41 but that ended on a
pick by Williams that set the hosts at

Caprella into the final third,
with the senior firing a high
shot from the left post to the
right side that found its mark.
Koenig had several forays
the rest of the half, being
denied five times by Koester.
As well, Koenig had a
1-on-1 with Koester on the
right post and with the keeper
out, her 18-yarder hit the left
post and Koester got back to
recover the orb.
The Jays had their best
efforts at 26:56, when
Hayleigh Bacome was
denied on an 18-yarder from
the right wing as T-Bird
netminder Madison Stolly
(3 saves) dove to deflect it
out of bounds; and at 13:34,
when Carleigh Ankerman
was denied from the top of
the box.
At
5:16,
Emma
Baumgardner lofted a corner
kick from the left side and the
ball slipped out of Koester’s
grasp, with Koenig Johnnyon-the-spot for a close-in putback and a 2-1 edge.
The Jays now had to rally
and very nearly tied it at
35 ticks; Bacome launched a
25-yarder from the right side
but hit the crossbar and the
Jays could not quite come up
with control to get another
look.
The Blue Jay defense did
a better job of limiting LCC’s
offensive chances in the first
40 minutes, giving up only

this year. UCLA is picked to win the conference
South division and are led by a really good QB
with really talented WRs; look for them to get
started early.
LSU vs. Wisconsin at Lambeau Field: Winner
LSU, Let’s face it they are one of the top teams
this year and have one of the top if not the best RB.
LSU has a new defensive coordinator to help that
already tough defense. LSU goes to Lambo and
beats the home team.
Georgia vs. North Carolina: Winner Georgia,
Georgia has their top RB back and healthy after
hurting his knee last year and NC has a new QB
starting. The Bulldogs win this one on the back
of their RB.
USC vs. Alabama: Winner Alabama, As much
as I want to not pick them and get Smoke all
worked up in the process, there is no way I can
(EN: I know what you mean!). Bama is too tough,
too deep and too talented. Bama wins easy….I
hope I just jinxed them.
Clemson at Auburn: Winner Clemson, was a
top team last year and have 8 starters back including their QB. Auburn has too many holes in the
team to be able to beat them; Clemson wins.

to hold this event at Rocky River
Nature Center, in association with
Cleveland Metroparks. The date is
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 24.
We will have expert advice for
all Steelheaders no matter what style
of fishing you prefer, spin, fly, centerpin or spey. We will have all the
experts to help you improve your
steelhead fishing techniques. I hope
to see you there.
As usual, we do need the help of
some of our club members to put on
this great event.
For more information on the
meeting, the Expo, membership and
the 2016-17 Championship Series,
contact OHIOSTEELHEADERS.
COM
Signup sheets will be available
at the September membership meeting for those members who want to
participate in this season’s steelhead
tournament. You can also sign up at
the Rodmaker’s Shop in Strongsville.
Entry fee is $15 per participant.
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Attention Waterfowl Hunters:
Due to low lake levels, Delaware
Wildlife Area has been unable
to pump water from Delaware

the 33. They gained the Jays’ 39 but a
4th-and-15 sack of Stolly started the
Jays’ drive at the 45. Eight plays later at
the LCC 7, Reindel took a toss off left
tackle and found an escort to the end
zone with 5:19 left. Wrasman tackled on
the final marker.
“We didn’t bounce back well after last
week. We didn’t play very well at all,”
LCC head man Scott Palte explained.
“At the same time, give St. John’s credit; there is usually a reason your team
doesn’t play well and that’s because
your opponent did. We are struggling
with our backup quarterback and we
lost 2-way starter Vinny Pignataro early
on today.”
Both teams return to action Friday:
the Jays beginning MAC play at home
versus Minster and the T-Birds hosting
Ada.

ST. JOHN’S 35, LIMA CENTRAL
CATHOLIC 7
Score by Quarters
St. John’s 14 0 14 7 - 35
Lima CC 0 7 0 0 - 7
FIRST QUARTER
SJ — Aaron Reindel 3 run (Mark Wrasman
kick), 7:24
SJ — Reindel 3 run (Wrasman kick), 5:05
SECOND QUARTER
LC — Thomas Williams 68 pass from Brendan

six shots on-goal, five of
them rejected by Koester.
They also caught a break
at 30:30 when Santaguida let
loose a laser from 12 yards
that hit the bar and went out
of bounds.
The Jays’ first look found
its mark at 16:32. On a
lead pass from Ankerman,
Bacome made a nice run
down the right side and fired
a 14-yarder to the left side
and a 1-0 edge.
They almost made it 2-0
at 5:42 when Halle Hays
got a 14-yarder from the left
post that was deflected by a
defender and picked up by
the keeper.
“We were much better the
second half than the first; we
had more scoring chances.
We were without two starters:
top goal-scorer Avery Rice
and center-mid Cameron
Rice,” LCC head man Mike
Santaguida noted. “We had
two freshmen and a senior
up front. We need to learn
how to put the ball in the
back of the net; we had so
many 1-on-1s that we didn’t
convert. I felt we had better
possessions and using such
things as drop-offs to bring
them forward and then going
over the top.”
Both units return to the
pitch Saturday: St. John’s
hosting Lima Senior at 1 p.m.
and LCC at Fort Jennings at
11 a.m.

Reservoir to fill the marshes for the
early waterfowl season which opens
today.
The pumped marshes provide an
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water, waterfowlers and bird watchers that utilize this area may see
fewer birds and species.
We are hopeful the lake level will
rise in the coming weeks to allow us
to pump prior to the regular waterfowl season that opens in the south
zone on Oct. 22. Thank you for your
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Stolly (Stephen Taflinger kick), 1:36
THIRD QUARTER
SJ — Reindel 1 run (Wrasman kick), 8:53
SJ — Jared Wurst 21 pass from Jacob
Youngpeter (Wrasman kick), 3:04
FOURTH QUARTER
SJ — Reindel 7 run (Wrasman kick), 5:19
Team Stats
St. John’s LCC
First Downs 22 7
Total Yards 482 176
Rushes-Yards 52-332 19-(-)7
Passing Yards 150 176
Comps.-Atts. 9-17 14-24
Intercepted by 1 2
Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 8-85 5-45
Punts-Aver. 0-0 5-29.4
INDIVIDUAL STATS
ST. JOHN’S
Rushing: Aaron Reindel 28-173, Jake
Youngpeter 12-93, Cole Reindel 9-75. Team 3-()9.
Passing: Youngpeter 9-17-150-2-1.
Receiving: Eric Vogt 6-105, Jared Wurst 1-21,
Connor Hulihan 1-19, Jacob Hellman 1-5.
LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC
Rushing: Jovon Robinson 2-13, Vinny
Pignataro 1-0, Thomas Williams 3-0, Nikiya
Williams 3-0, Sammy Santaguida 1-(-)3, Brendan
Stolly 9-(-)17.
Passing: Stolly 13-23-136-1-1, T. Williams
1-1-40-0-0.
Receiving: T. Williams 6-114, Raoul Samaroo
2-12, Robinson 2-3, Mtthew Heider 1-40, N.
Williams 1-5, Brayden O’Dell 1-2, Pignataro 1-0.

Maddie Ellis and Ellie Csukker of St. John’s goes up for
the block against Fort Recovery’s Carley Stone. It was the
Midwest Athletic Conference opener for both schools as the
Indians swept the Jays 3-0 Thursday night. (DHI Media/
Larry Heiing)

Indians sweep Jays
in MAC opener
BY LARRY HEIING
DHI Media Correspondent
news@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS — According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary ,the definition of unforced error is “a missed shot or
point that is entirely a result of a player’s own mistake and not
because of the opponent’s skill or effort.”
Unforced errosr could be better defined as something that
drives volleyball coaches crazy.
The Delphos St. John’s opponent on Thursday night was the
Indians of Fort Recovery in the Midwest Athletic Conference
opener for both squads.
The Indians swept the Lady Jays 25-18, 25-20, 25-15 and
snapped a modest 3-match winning streak for St. John’s.
The first set was closer than the final 25-18 score would
indicate as St. John’s trailed only 20-15 before the Indians
pulled away for the win.
The first points of set two for the Jays came on a kill by
Jessica Geise (16 digs, 6 kills, 5 aces), sparking St. John’s to
an early lead. After the Indians came back to take the lead,
Maddie Ellis (9 killsnotched a trio of cross-court slams to keep
the home team within a point. Ally Gerberick (4 kills) added
another kill by the Jays and a pair of errors by the Indians put
St. John’s back out front 9-8. The Indians then went on a 7-1
scoring outburst that included dropping in four serving aces
that fell between the Jays’ defenders. St. John’s went on a mini
3-0 run with kills from Hannah Bockey and Gerberick, along
with an Ellis tip. The set was tied at 18 as Ellis pulled the Jays
even with a pair of slams. Fort Recovery stepped up its performance with outstanding play at the net with a pair of kills and
two defensive blocks to win 25-20.
The Indians opened a 4-0 lead to begin the third set as the
Jays were unable to get a return over the net. Ellis made a
great defensive play against the Indians’ attack that led to a
kill by Bockey and Jana Hamilton added a serving ace as the
Jays cut the lead in half. The Blue Jays never led in this game
but did pull within 9-8 as Geise nailed a defensive block. The
Indians then outscored the Jays 6-0 before Geise ended the
Fort Recovery run with a slam. Both squads combined for
seven straight unforced errors until Ellie Csukker (11 digs, 9
assists) caught the Indians off guard with a soft tip that fell to
the floor. Then six more errors by both teams put the Indians
up 23-15 and Fort Recovery scored the final two points of the
night for the sweep.
Blue Jay coach Carolyn Dammeyer summed up the performance by her team as “too many unforced errors. You can’t
give up points to any team, especially a Midwest Athletic
Conference team, and expect to win. We will try to improve
and get better at practice with our serve/receive, serve/receive
drills.”
Maya Gerker added 12 assists for the Lady Jays.
The Jays’ homestand continues today as St. John’s (3-2)
hosts Kenton of the Western Buckeye League at 10 a.m.

Grind
(Continued from page 6)
The drive was the second
of the evening in which the
visitors converted on fourth
down and capitalized on
Jefferson mistakes. Maybe
the difference in the game
was the Wildcats’ inability to
do the same.
Jefferson moved the ball
as close as the Coldwater
12-yard line in the waning
moments of the first half
but two penalties and a sack
erased a scoring chance and
the game went to the half
with the visitors leading 14-6.
“It was a good football
game. It was very physical.
We just came up a few plays
short. We had a few penalties here and there and we
couldn’t quite get a defensive
stop - and they capitalized
on it. (Coldwater) is a great
team, and that’s what great
teams do,” said Sommers.
The shortest, and final,
scoring drive came less than
two minutes into the second
half. Thobe hit senior receiver Zach Klosterman for a
53-yard touchdown pass. A
missed extra point made the
score 20-6.
It was the high point of an
up-and-down night for Thobe
through the air. He connected on 8-of-19 attempts for
123 yards and a touchdown.
Thobe’s legs were the real
threat for Jefferson in the sec-

ond half, however. He piled
up 105 rushing yard on 20
carries, with 60 yards coming
in the second half.
The ground attack, which
was aided by Giere and junior
running back Seth Obringer,
piled up 106 second-half
yards and paired with the
stout Coldwater defense to
bring Jefferson’s production
to a near-halt.
The Wildcats managed
only 57 second-half yards,
24 of which coming on one
Stockwell pass, which helped
the Cavaliers hold on for the
non-conference win.
The tale of the tape was
relatively close. Coldwater
totaled 320 yards, with 197
yards coming on the ground
in addition to Thobe’s passing total. Jefferson tallied 261
total yards.
The Wildcat running back
tandem of junior Brenen Auer
and senior Hunter Binkley
combined for 30 carries, 15
each, for 131 yards. Auer
finished with 68 yards to
Binkley’s 63.
“It was a good game,” said
Sommers. “Our goal coming
in to this game was to be
competitive. We didn’t feel
like last year in this game we
were competitive and that’s a
credit to Coldwater. We feel
like we’re taking steps in the
right direction.”
The Wildcats travel to
Fairview next Friday.

8 – The Herald

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have improved our interacThe Artisan’s Wife by Judith Miller
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Ainslee McKay’s world is shaken when she discovers her tion with our surroundings—
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every student has the most import school supply of all – a free twin sister has not only eloped with a man she barely knows not hindered it How mobile
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between them survive if the truth comes to light—or is a and buying. It will challenge, surprise, provoke, and inspire
a library card.
On Sept. 10 at 10 a.m., local author Kirk Dougal will pres- future together as untenable as the future of the tile works you. A Call to mercy by Mother Teresa
For millions of people from all walks of life, Mother
ent a program on his new recently released Young Adult book itself?
Teresa’s canonization is providentially taking place during
Three sisters, three queens by Philippa Gregory
“Jacked.” Dougal will talk about the book and the process of
Pope Francis’s Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. This is
A gripping new Tudor story
writing and getting a book published.
entirely fitting since she is seen both inside and outside of
Throughout the course of the month, the library will host featuring King Henry VIII’s
the Church as an icon of God’s mercy to those in need. This
a number of activities, including Teen Room activities from sisters Mary and Margaret,
book presents deep yet accessible wisdom on how we can
3-5 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesdays, Star Wars STEAM along with Katherine of
show compassion in our everyday lives. In her own words,
Program from 4-5 p.m.on Sept. 12 and Makerspace space Aragon, vividly revealing the
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pivotal roles the three queens
from 3-4:30 p.m. on Sept. 19.
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You only have a few more days to turn in pictures for played in Henry VIII’s kingthe dead and informing the ignorant, the necessity to bear our
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burdens patiently and forgive willingly, the purpose to feed
Remember the library and Delphos Area Art Guild will be Aragon is brought to the
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zation of love” through personal service to others. Featuring
on Sept. 17. Big Wheel races for children ages 4-6 will be held the oldest princess, Margaret,
never before published testimonials by people close to Mother
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at 3 p.m. on Sept. 18.
Teresa as well as prayers and suggestions for putting these
For more information, visit the library in person or visit the look, each knows the other
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From the Children’s Corner
School of the Dead by: AVI (Juvenile
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Sir Pete the Brave by: James Dean
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Pete is a cool cat and an even cooler
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The Land of Stories: An Author’s
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Fiction)
Fans of Glee are sure to love this novel
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several different works of classic literature. In this installment of his series, the
masked man has captured all of the royal
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Re-sentencing
William Estle, 30, Delphos, was re-sentenced on charges of theft from a person in
a protected class, a felony 5; and forgery, a felony 5. Sentence: five years community
control, each count, concurrent; an additional 30-days jail at later date; 200 hours community service; complete all programs; mental health and substance abuse assessment;
three years intensive probation; and ordered to pay court costs and partial appointed
counsel fees. An 11-month prison term on each count, concurrent, was deferred.
Time waiver
Eric Kangas, 39, Delphos, signed a waiver of speedy trial in open court to allow his
attorney more time to prepare.
Probation violation
Andria Temple, 35, Van Wert, admitted to violating her probation by being convicted
of domestic violence in municipal court. She was sentenced to 180 days jail with credit
for 128 days already served.
Treatment in Lieu/bond violation
Crystal Protsman, 22, Van Wert, admitted to violating her bond and Treatment in
Lieu program by failing to complete counseling at Westwood. She was sentenced to
continue the Treatment in Lieu program for one additional year.
Judge Kevin Taylor
Probation violation
Dezmond Bywaters, 24, Van Wert, admitted to violating his probation by having a
positive drug test and failing to comply with other testing. He was sentenced to serve
his previously deferred prison sentence of 12 months with credit for 100 days already
served.

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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
9:00 AM Worship Service
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
CHURCH
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
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
UNION

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
Service.
DELPHOS TRINITY UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Phone: 419-692-0651
211 E. Third St. for
Office and Traditional Worship
8:15 am & 10:30 am Sundays
702 Ambrose Dr. for
Daycare/Preschool and
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 @
Spencerville
10:30am
Phone 419-647-5321
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
CHURCH - Landeck
Sunday
8:30
a.m.
Phone: 419-692-0636
Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Ignite Contemporary Service

sPEnCErVillE
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.

RAABE FORD
LINCOLN
11260 Elida Road
DELPHOS, OH 45833

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

Alexander &
Bebout Inc.

419-238-9567
10098 Lincoln Hwy.
Van Wert, OH

www.AlexanderBebout.com

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
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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
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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

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WWE Monday Night Raw: from Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. (Live)
Love & Hip Hop HD
Hit the Floor (TV14) HD Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop (N) HD Hit the Floor (N) HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
Cops HD
Camp LA Rams HD
(:15) Blackhat (‘15, R) aac Chris Hemsworth. HD
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (‘15, PG-13) HD
Get Hard (:25) Unfinished Business (‘15, R) HD Horrible Bosses 2 (‘14, R) aaa HD (:50) Insurgent (‘15, PG-13) aaa HD
(:05) Black Hawk Down (‘02, R) Josh Hartnett, Eric Bana. HD
Tears Sun
Shooter (‘07, R) aaa Mark Wahlberg. HD

8:00

Saturday, September 3 to September 9, 2016

PREM

9:00

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PBS

TVListings

SEPTEMBER 4, 2016

8:30

Local Programs
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(7:37) College Football: Notre Dame vs Texas (Live) HD
BrainDead (N) HD
Local Programs
Local Programs
(:01) Big Brother (N) HD Madam Secretary HD
Local Programs
Dateline NBC HD
(6:15) NASCAR Sprint Cup: “Bojangles’ Southern 500" (Live) HD
Simpsons Brooklyn Family Guy Last Man Local Programs
Local Programs
Leverage (TVPG) HD
Leverage: “Bottle Job”
Flashpoint (TV14) HD
Flashpoint (TV14) HD
Leverage (TVPG) HD
Hoarders: Then & Now
Hoarders: Then & Now Hoarders: Then & Now Escaping Polygamy HD The First 48 (TV14) HD
Fear the Walking Dead Geeking
Walking
Fear the Walking Dead Fear the Walking Dead Talking Dead (N) HD
(:01) Yellowstone: Battle for Life (TVPG) HD
(:03) North America HD Yellowstone: Battle HD
North America HD
Abundant Danny
Only for One Night (‘16) (:58) Diary of a Mad Black Woman (‘05, PG-13) aac Kimberly Elise. HD
Housewives (TV14)
Housewives (TV14)
Watch What Housewives (TV14)
Housewives
New Jersey Social (N)
King of Hill Cleve. Show Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Rick/Morty Brad Neely Rick/Morty Tyson
Jason Aldean & Friends
Cops HD
Cops HD
Mrs. Doubtfire (‘93) HD Pickler HD Cheerleaders HD
Declassified (N) HD
Declassified HD
The Hunt
The Hunt
The Hunt (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park Big Daddy (‘99, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler. HD
South Park (TVMA) HD
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Biketacular (TV14) HD
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Undercover Bizaard
Adventures in Babysitting (‘16, NR)
Girl World Liv/Maddie Best Friends Austn/Ally Jessie HD
Kardashians (N) HD
WAGS (TV14) (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
WAGS: “New Blood”
Kardashians (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
Sports HD
MLB Baseball: Washington Nationals at New York Mets (Live) HD
ESPN FC HD
30 for 30 HD
(7:00) 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: “Round of 16" (Live) HD
Cooks vs. Cons (N) HD
Cooks vs. Cons HD
Great Food (TV G) HD
Guy’s Grocery Games Great Food (N) HD
Osteen
Turning
Death Hallows 1 (‘10)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (‘11, PG-13) aaac HD
The Strain (N) HD
The Strain (TVMA) HD
The Strain (TVMA) HD
(7:30) Thor: The Dark World (‘13, PG-13) aaa
Hunt (N)
Mexico (N) Mexico (N) Hunters
Hunters
Hunters
Hunters
Mexico HD Mexico HD
Hunt (N)
American Pickers HD
Ozzy and Jack’s (N) HD Ozzy and Jack’s HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
Online Imposter (‘15, NR) aa Adrienne Frantz. HD
Online Imposter (‘15) aa Backstabbed (‘16, NR) Josie Davis. HD
Project X (‘12, R) aac Thomas Mann.
Catfish: The TV Show
8 Mile (‘02, R) aaa Eminem, Kim Basinger. HD
Nicky
Nicky
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue: “Bug Bite” Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Sharknado 3: Oh (‘15)
Sharknado: The 4th Awakens (‘16, NR)
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (‘15, NR) Ian Ziering.
Oz (‘13) HD
Muppets Most Wanted (‘14, PG) Ricky Gervais.
(:15) Muppets Most Wanted (‘14, PG) aac Ricky Gervais. HD
Home in Indiana (‘44, NR) aaa Jeanne Crain.
Show People (‘28) aaac
People Will Talk (‘51, NR) aaa Cary Grant.
My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding (N) HD
My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding (TV14) HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
Murder in the First (N) The Last Ship HD
Murder in the First HD
Pacific Rim (‘13) aaa HD The Last Ship (N) HD
Xtreme Waterparks HD Swimming Holes HD
Xtreme HD Xtreme HD Xtreme Waterparks HD
Food Paradise HD
Reba HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Reba HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Motive (TVPG) (N) HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Basketball Wives LA
Basketball Wives LA
Hit the Floor: “Upset”
Bbll Wives (:50) Basketball Wives LA (TV14) HD
The Last Samurai (‘03, R) aaa Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe. HD
Die Hard (‘88, R) Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman. HD
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (‘07) HD
First Look Entourage (‘15, R) HD
Vacation (‘15, R) aac Ed Helms. HD
The Godfather Epic (‘16, R) aaaa Marlon Brando, Al Pacino. HD
The Departed (‘06, R) Leonardo DiCaprio. HD
Ray Donovan HD
Ray Donovan HD
Ray Donovan HD
The Gift (‘15, R) HD
Ray Donovan HD

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AMC
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CMT
CNN
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DISNEY
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FOOD
FREEFORM
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LIFETIME
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CNN
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(:07) College Football: USC Trojans vs Alabama Crimson Tide (Live) HD
48 Hours (TV14)
48 Hours (TV14)
Local Programs
Football Life HD
Aquarius (TV14) (N) HD
Local
(:29) Saturday Night Live (TV14) HD
America’s Got Talent
Aquarius (TV14) (N) HD
Hotel Hell (TV14) HD
Local Programs
Home Free (TVPG) HD
Local Programs
Hotel Hell (TV14) HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
The First 48: Killer (N) The First 48: Killer (N) (:01) Flight 93 (‘06, PG-13) aac Brennan Elliott. HD The First 48: Killer HD
Tremors II: Aftershocks (‘96, PG-13) Fred Ward.
Tremors 3: Back (‘01)
Tremors (‘90, PG-13) aaa Kevin Bacon. HD
Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet HD Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet HD
Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet (N) Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet HD Vet Life Texas (N) HD
(:45) Only for One Night (‘16, NR) Brian White, Karrueche Tran. HD
Payne HD
Only for One Night (‘16, NR) HD
Delivery Man (‘13, PG-13) aac Vince Vaughn.
Housewives Delivery Man (‘13, PG-13) aac Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt.
King of Hill King of Hill Rick/Morty Am. Dad
Cleve. Show Family Guy Family Guy One Punch One Punch One Punch
Mrs. Doubtfire (‘93, PG-13) aaa Robin Williams, Sally Field. HD
Cops HD
Jason Aldean & Friends (N)
Holy Hell (‘16, NR) aa Amy Allen, Cristala Allen.
The Seventies HD
Holy Hell (‘16, NR) aa Amy Allen, Cristala Allen.
The Longest Yard (‘05, PG-13) Adam Sandler.
Fun with Dick and Jane (‘05, PG-13) Jim Carrey.
The Longest Yard (‘05)
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Biketacular: Road (N)
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Fast N’ Loud (TV14) HD
Lab Rats
Lab Rats
Walk Prank Bizaard
Liv/Maddie Austn/Ally
Stuck Mid. BUNK’D
K.C. Undercover HD
Botched by Nature HD
Sex and the City (‘08)
Sex and the City (‘08, R) aa Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall. HD
SportsCenter HD
Coll. Ftbl Scoreboard College Football: Clemson Tigers at Auburn Tigers (Live) HD
SportsCenter HD
Special
Special
(7:19) College Football Scoreboard (Live) HD
Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD
Superfans
Goblet of Fire (‘05) HD Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (‘09, PG) aaa Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint. HD
Tyrant HD
Transformers 2 (‘09) HD Transformers: Dark of the Moon (‘11, PG-13) aac Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel.
House Hunters 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) You May Now Kill the Bride (‘16, NR) HD
Backstabbed (‘16) HD
Backstabbed (‘16, NR) Josie Davis. HD
American Pie Presents: Band Camp (‘05, R) HD
The Book of Love (‘09)
(7:30) Pineapple Express (‘08, R) Seth Rogen. HD
Henry
Thunderman Thunderman Thunderman Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Sharktopus (‘10, NR) ac Eric Roberts. HD
Sharknado (‘13, NR) HD Sharknado 2: The Second One (‘14, NR) aa
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Frontal HD A Walk to Remember (‘02, PG) aaa
(:15) A Foreign Affair (‘48, NR) Jean Arthur. HD
(:15) Berlin Escape (‘62)
Cabaret (‘72, PG) Liza Minnelli, Michael York. HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
Gypsy Wedding HD
(:45) 2012 (‘09, PG-13) aac John Cusack, Amanda Peet. HD
Pacific Rim (‘13, PG-13) aaa Charlie Hunnam. HD
Ghost Adventures HD
The Dead Files (N) HD
The Dead Files HD
Ghost Adventures HD
Ghost Adventures HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Reba HD
Mod Family Mod Family Mod Family Mod Family
Bridesmaids (‘11, R) aaa Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph. HD
You Got Served (‘04, PG-13) a Marques Houston.
Jacksons (TVPG)
(7:50) Space Jam (‘96, PG) Michael Jordan. HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Die Hard (‘88, R) aaac Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman. HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Ballers HD The Night of: “Part Call Wild” HD
Vice (‘15)
Chipmunks (:35) Pan (‘15, PG) aac Hugh Jackman. HD
Unbreakable (‘00, PG-13) aaa HD
(:50) The Visit (‘15, PG-13) aaa HD
The Sixth Sense (‘99, PG-13) Bruce Willis. HD
Forsaken (‘16, R) Kiefer Sutherland.
No Escape (‘15, R) Owen Wilson. HD
Roadies (TVMA) HD
Southpaw (‘15, R) HD

Finding Your Roots

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Local
Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
The $100,000 Pyramid The $100,000 Pyramid Match Game (TV14) HD
Local
(:35) Late Show (N) HD Corden (N)
Big Bang Pieces HD (:01) Big Brother (N) HD Code Black (TV14) HD
Local
(:05) Tonight Show HD
Kickoff HD NFL Football: Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos Week 1. (Live) HD
Rosewood: “Keratin”
Bones: “The Secret”
Local Programs
Local Programs
Local Programs
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
60 Days In 60 Days In
60 Days In 60 Days In 60 Days In: “Hazed” (N) Behind Bars: (N) HD
Die Hard: with a Vengeance (‘95, R) Bruce Willis.
The Mummy Returns (‘01, PG-13) aac Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz. HD
North Woods Law (N)
Rugged Justice (N) HD North Woods Law HD
Rugged Justice HD
North Woods Law HD
A Girl Like Grace (‘15, NR) Garcelle Beauvais, Raven-Symoné.
Only for One Night (‘16, NR) Brian White. HD
Flipping Out (TV14) (N)
Melbourne (TV14) (N)
Watch What Flipping Out (TV14)
Below Deck
Housewives (TV14)
King of Hill Bob’s Brgrs Bob’s Brgrs Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squidbillies
Pickler (N) Cheerleaders HD
Pickler HD Skull Challenge HD
Man Stand. Man Stand. Cheerleaders (N) HD
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360°
Anderson Cooper 360° Anderson Cooper 360° CNN Tonight (N)
Daily Show midnight Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD
Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Roast of Rob Lowe (TVMA) HD
Street Outlaws HD
Street Outlaws HD
Street Outlaws: Full HD Blue Collar Backers: Boom or Bust (TV14) (N)
Undercover Girl World Best Friends
Radio Rebel (‘12, NR) Debby Ryan.
Jessie HD Stuck Mid. Girl World Bizaard
Kardashians (TV14) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
E! News (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
(7:00) 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: “Women’s Semifinals” (Live) HD
Sports HD 60 HD
30 for 30 Baseball Tonight HD
2016 World Cup of Hockey: “Exhibition” (Live)
Chopped (TV G) (N) HD
Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Chopped: “Twins Win”
Chopped (TV G) HD
The 700 Club HD
Kim HD
Kim HD
Bedtime
(:45) Billy Madison (‘95, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler. HD
Things (N) Sex&Drugs Things HD (:39) Ted (‘12, R) aaa Mark Wahlberg.
Neighbors (‘14, R) aaa Seth Rogen, Zac Efron.
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) (:03) Mountain Men HD (: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) Loosely
Mary
Cannon
How High (‘01, R) aac Method Man, Redman. HD
Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Ice Age (‘02, PG) aaac Ray Romano.
Jurassic Park III (‘01, PG-13) aac Sam Neill. HD
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (‘97, PG-13) aaa Jeff Goldblum. HD
Trek: 1st Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (‘86, PG) William Shatner.
Star Trek: Generations (‘94, PG) Patrick Stewart.
2 Broke Girls Conan HD
2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Big Bang Big Bang 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Conan (TV14) HD
(:15) Davy Crockett (‘56, NR)
Walt Disney Presents: “Disneyland”
Mickey
Treasure Island (‘50, G) aac
Extreme Weight Loss: “Love Can’t” (TVPG) HD
Extreme Weight Loss: “Love Can’t” (TVPG) HD
My 600-lb Life HD
CSI: NY: “34th Floor”
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (‘01, PG-13) aaaa Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen. HD
Mysteries (N) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
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
Dating Naked HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Hills (‘84)
All Stars Drag Race (N) Finding Prince Charming (TVPG) HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Alvin and the Chipmunks (‘15) ac HD Shanghai Noon (‘00, PG-13) aaa Jackie Chan. HD Wednesday The Forest (‘16) aac HD
Knocked Up (‘07, R) aaa Seth Rogen. HD
Feast of Love (‘07) HD
(:15) Get Hard (‘15, R) Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart. HD
Gigolos
Gigolos
Tears of the Sun (‘03)
(7:25) 3:10 to Yuma (‘07, R) aaac HD Forsaken (‘16, R) Kiefer Sutherland.

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Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
Stand Up to Cancer HD Shark Tank (TVPG) HD
ABC
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Criminal Minds HD
Saving Hope (TV14) HD
Saving Hope (TV14) HD
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The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48: Drugs Kill
The First 48: Drugs Kill Cartel Land (‘15, R) aaac Dr. Jose Mireles. HD
A&E
Unforgiven (‘92, R) aaac Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman. HD
True Grit (‘10, PG-13) aaac Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon. HD
AMC
Treehouse Masters HD Treehouse Masters (N) Treehouse Masters (N) Treehouse Masters HD Treehouse Masters HD
ANIMAL
House Party 2 (‘91, R) aa Christopher Reid.
House Party (‘90, R) aac Christopher Reid, Robin Harris.
BET
The Holiday (‘06, PG-13) aaa Cameron Diaz.
Stand Up to Cancer HD The Wedding Planner (‘01, PG-13) aa
BRAVO
King of Hill King of Hill Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Bob’s Brgrs Bob’s Brgrs Million (N) Squidbillies
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What to Expect When You’re Expecting (‘12, PG-13) aa HD
What to Expect When You’re Expecting (‘12, PG-13) aa HD
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CNN Tonight (N)
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Anderson Cooper 360° Anderson Cooper 360° CNN Tonight (N)
CNN
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South Park South Park South Park Roast of Rob Lowe (TVMA) HD
COMEDY
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Blue Collar Backers HD
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Star vs.
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Descendants (‘15, NR) aac Dove Cameron. HD
DISNEY
Stand Up to Cancer (N) Botched by Nature HD Botched by Nature HD E! News (N) HD
E!
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
(3:00) 2016 U.S. Open Tennis: “Men’s Semifinals” (Live) HD
ESPN
Glory Kickboxing: “Glory 33" (TV14) HD
College Football: Louisville Cardinals at Syracuse Orange (Live) HD
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Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD
Diners HD Diners HD Diners (N) Diners HD Burgers
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The 700 Club HD
Wizards
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The Waterboy (‘98, PG-13) Adam Sandler, Kathy Bates. HD
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Opinion
Spoons
and forks

Comic Con

Nancy Spencer

On the
Other Hand

It’s amazing how the littlest thing can make a big
difference.
At my house, spoons and forks seem to grow
legs and walk off. We started out with this many and
soon, there were a few less and then after a while,
there were even less and then next thing you know,
I am washing silverware in between dishwasher
cycles to have enough in the drawer just for the two
of us.
One day, my husband and I were walking around
a store we frequent in Lima and he finds me and he
has something in his hands. Oh boy, I thought, he
found something. Is this going to be good or bad?
He shows me a set of forks and a set of spoons
that match — not what we have at home, but each
other.
“We need these,” he says.
“You are so right,” I replied. “We do need these.”
We went home and popped them in the dishwasher and the next thing you know, my spoon and fork
slots in the silverware drawer were overflowing!
No more stressing out if we had enough if someone
came to dinner and no more telling everyone to keep
their forks at Thanksgiving otherwise they are eating
their pie with their fingers. (I know plastic forks and

spoons are perfectly OK, but I like to be a little more
formal.)
Now, I just reach in the drawer and there are
always spoons and forks available and I feel really
good about it. Apparently this was stressing me out
far more than I realized.
It was just like when we got our WiFi upgraded.
I do some work from home and in the past, getting
to the backside of The Herald web site from home
was challenging. I would turn the laptop on — and
walk away. Come back and get Chrome up and the
URL in for the web site and — walk away. Navigate
to the editorial section — and walk away. This went
on for way too long for what I had to do. I walked
away A LOT! If I was just making a few clicks here
and there, it wasn’t so bad.
The first time I did this after the new WiFi, I was
so happy I was almost giggling! Click, bam, there it
was! Click, bam, there it was!
Why hadn’t we done this before?!?
I’m sure there are more things that cause me
stress that could be taken care of easily enough if I
just think about it a little. I’m not sure if I can top the
spoons and forks, though.

“It’s an eagle; I know it’s an eagle!” I
shouted to myself as I crawled through a stand
of thorny shrubs that lined a high bluff over
Riley Creek. I pecked in the pesky passcode to
open the camera on my phone, tapped all the
“not now’ options thrown at me and poised
to take a stunning photo that would surely go
viral across the social media universe before
sunset.
The silver cottonwood leaves parted and
out flew a majestic…blue jay.
Years ago, I learned not to twist an ankle as
a red-tail hawk cries that Screen Gems-worthy
call along my running route. More times than
not, it’s a sassy indigo crested corvid mimickAnne Coburn-Griffis
ing the raptor. Blue jays around these parts
used to shriek, caw and bomb hawks who got
too close to their home trees. Now they just pretend to be another hawk.
I discovered last spring that hawks are no longer of key interest to blue jays.
They have bigger fish to fry, or mimic, in the majestic bald eagle. Although our
nation’s poster bird isn’t all that uncommon, they are rarely seen enough that
a glimpse is cause to gasp. The opportunity to view one long enough to take a
photo to prove that, yes, you did so see a bald eagle earns one major bragging
rights.
It was concern for what I thought was a sickly bald eagle that I slid down the
muddy bank of the Riley one early morning this June. The poor bird was trying
its best to rasp out a rapid fire call, but could only manage a few click-shrieks
before its rhythm petered out like a bad drum solo. I landed, one foot in the
water with a backside smeared in mud, and came face-to-face with a blue jay.
It only took a summer of practice for those blue jays to perfect the call. One
fooled me again on Saturday morning. I did pause at the roadside, but saw the
jay before the sweat began to dry. Later that day, I heard the call again and fell
for it. This time, a huge white-capped, black cloaked raptor was the vocalist.
A little sheepishness is good for the soul, now and then. I have no recorded
proof as the eagle was there and gone downstream, but I know what I saw, and
heard…this time.

Kids’ viewpoint: Give me a chance
Just about all schools are now
open around the state and a mother
of several elementary school scholars stopped in this week to hand
us the following thoughts that she
would like all parents and teachers
to keep in mind when dealing with
little children. It’s titled: A Child’s
Requirements.
1. My hands are small; please
don’t expect perfection whenever
I make my bed, draw a picture, or
throw a ball. My legs are short;
please slow down so that I can keep
up with you.
2. My eyes have not seen the
world as yours have; please let me
explore safely. Don’t restrict me
unnecessarily.
3. Housework will always be
there. I’m little for only a short
time—please take time to explain
things to me about this wonderful
world, and do so willingly.
4. My feelings are tender; please
be sensitive to my needs; don’t nag
me all day long. (You wouldn’t
want to be nagged for your inquisitiveness). Treat me as you would
like to be treated.
5. I need your encouragement to
grow. Please go easy on criticism;
remember, you can criticize the
things I do without criticizing me.
6. Please give me the freedom to

make decisions concerning myself.
Permit me to fail, so that I can learn
from my mistakes. Then someday
I’ll be prepared to make the kind of
decisions life requires of me.
7. Please don’t do things over for
me. Somehow it makes me feel that
my efforts don’t quite measure up to
your expectations. I know it’s hard,
but please don’t try to compare me
with my brother or sister.
8. Please don’t be afraid if you
and dad want to leave for a weekend together. Kids need vacations
from parents, just as parents need
vacations from kids. Besides, it’s a
great way to show us kids that your
marriage is very special!
*******
My uncle The Rev. Carroll Lee
McNutt is semi-retired and living
in northeastern Indiana. He recently sent me a note that said he
saw a church sign with the following saying: We Welcome All
Denominations—$1, $5, $10, $20,
$50 & $100. Another said: Bank
On It—God’s Interest In You Never
Changes.
He also said there are 10 ways to
tell if a church is spirit-filled. 1. You
have to assign numbers to people
who want to share their testimony
in worship. 2. As the pastor closes
the sermon, the chant “we want

JUST A
THOUGHT
With the increasingly alarming rate, our
communities are being affected by a nationwide heroin epidemic.
I recently spoke with a recovering addict
to get her firsthand point of view. Mary
Johnson (name has been changed) grew up in
a small town in what she calls “an extremely
supportive and what some would consider
pretty ‘cushy’ household.” High school, said
Johnson, was “amazing” for her; she always
had a lot of friends and has always enjoyed
socializing.
“I probably started drinking when I was
16 or so and it wasn’t long after that, I would
smoke pot. Smoking weed led to me trying
mushrooms, ecstasy and acid. By the time I
was 18, I had done pretty much every drug
out there aside from opiates,” Johnson said.
She said it might sound like denial, but she
was always able to do drugs recreationally.
“I could do some blow at a party and not
want for it for another 6+ months, that sort of
thing,” she said.
When she was 19, she decided to try
college, so she went to the University of
Michigan. Johnson said that lasted a year
because she was too interested in the social
scene and sleeping in than going to school.
She moved home and worked odds-and-ends
jobs. When she was 20, she met a guy from
Detroit. She moved in with him a month later.

more! we want more!” erupts. 3.
The ushers have to empty the collection plates halfway through the
offering because they are too full.
4. The choir begins to sing and
can’t stop. 5. Members begin buying
new Bibles because they wore the
others out. 6. There is an influx of
people asking, “Is there something
I can do?” 7. New classes and small
groups have to be formed because so
many people want to teach.
8. People offer their seats to
newcomers. 9. New altar rails have
to be installed to handle the crowds.
And, 10. The congregation douses
the pastor with a cooler of water at
the end of the service.
******
During this political season,
candidates have been offering
ideas on how they would stimulate
America’s stagnate economy. Both
parties agree that something needs
to be done to get people working,
to get wage increases for the middle-class and to raise the standard of
living for 70 percent of Americans.
Democrat Hillary Clinton is calling for a massive infrastrucature
spending program, $275 billion
over five years, financed by a new
round of tax increases. There is no
doubt our roads and bridges are
crumbling. Most are in dire need

Byron McNutt

People Make
the Difference

of being replaced or need extensive
repair.
The trouble is, when politicians
get billions of dollars to spend on
what President Barack Obama once
called shovel-ready jobs, they want
to build brand new roads and bridges and forget about the crumbling
existing roads and bridges.
State officials are required to
prioritize their road projects. They
say there is a reason why they
lavish attention on their interstates.
Although they make up only 2.5
percent of the country’s lane miles,
interstates carry about a quarter of
its traffic, including much of the
heavy freight traffic.
Speeds are higher on interstates,
so the pavement needs to be in
better condition than city or state
roads to ensure a safe ride. States
devote about a third of their federal highway funds to interstates,
according to the Department of
Transportation. The DOT admits
that some 35 percent of non-interstate urban roads are in poor
condition.
At the same time, the public
doesn’t want to pay higher gasoline
taxes. Those taxes are usually earmarked for maintenance of existing
infrastructure. So, while the available money goes to building even

more super highways, interchanges
and bridges, the existing infrastructure continues to deteriorate. As a
result, we have even more infrastructure to maintain with fewer tax
dollars.
Critics contend that government
stimulus programs rarely prime the
pump as promised and only add to
the state and national debts. The
programs are well-intentioned but
rarely move the needle in regards to
helping the struggling middle-class.
As might be expected, the top five
percent get wealthier as a result of
the spending.
I actually agree that we need
to commit to rebuilding America’s
infrastructure. Over time, it will
take several trillion dollars of
investments. The key will be keeping the projects focused on the
intended purpose and eliminating
the money wasted on bureaucracy,
red tape and misappropriation.
It probably won’t be done but
wouldn’t it be novel if these stimulus projects could be administered
without the gratuitous greasing the
outstretched palms of the political
go-betweens. Unfortunately, in government-run projects a few trillion
dollars doesn’t buy what it used to.
And the middle-class will still be
looking for its fair share.

The story of an addict
Johnson’s parents and friends were confused and devastated. After a few weeks
of living with this “pretty much complete
stranger,” Johnson discovered that the guy
was a hardcore heroin addict. Alone and
embarrassed, she didn’t know what to do. She
felt trapped.
“My decision to move so abruptly left
me feeling like I couldn’t tell anyone what
was really going on, so I lied and faked as if
everything was going okay and that we were
making a life for ourselves in Detroit.”
After almost a year of overdoses, physical
and mental abuse and insanity, Johnson gave
up and decided to “show” her boyfriend what
it was like to live with a drug addict. So she
tried heroin for the first time.
“It was surreal how low I had put myself.
I didn’t even recognize who I was anymore,”
she said.
This was not the life her parents, friends,
family or she had envisioned. By the time she
was 21, Johnson was a “full-blown, need-touse-every-day addict” with no morals left.
Things took a turn.
“Divine intervention occurred and this
guy got arrested, giving my parents a chance
to swoop in and ‘rescue’ me,” Johnson said.
“For two years, they tried everything from
methadone clinics, therapy, ‘lockdowns’ at
their house, ‘tough love’.”

Turner said she would go a couple months
clean and then relapse.
“I could never make it past two months
without ‘going back out’ breaking everyone’s
hearts for the millionth time,” she said.
When she was 24, Johnson reconnected
with a boy whom she had always had a crush
on. To everyone, it seemed that things were
finally starting to turn around. She would
still use occasionally on the weekends, but
thought she had it under control and that she
was “getting away” with it. After about a year,
she moved to Ann Arbor with her boyfriend.
Within two months, she was using more than
she’d ever used in her life.
Johnson said she was spending every
penny she made on dope. Conniving, stealing,
doing whatever she could to feed her addiction. She said her lifestyle was killing her and
every relationship she had.
“Josh (name has been changed) and I
were fighting every day, my parents were so
depressed they couldn’t even come see me,
sleep or enjoy their lives,”Johnson said.
She had just turned 25 in September and a
few days after her birthday, she overdosed for
the third time. Her boyfriend Josh found her
in the apartment. Luckily, she survived.
“This being the final straw for everyone,
we broke up. I moved home and went through
the most excruciating detox ever. I slowly

began to piece my life back together. I went to
meetings, began to make amends to my parents, reconnected with my old real friends and
began the long journey of building shattered
trust,” Johnson said.
Days turned into sober weeks and sober
weeks turned into months. After getting many
sober months under her belt, Johnson made
the decision to fulfill her dream of becoming
a nurse. She enrolled in school in September
and is pursuing her passion.
“I pass tests with A’s, have the trust and
love of my parents, have self-gratification,
respect from my friends and family. And for
the first time maybe ever, I can say every
aspect of my life is good. I actually have a
future,” Johnson said. “And I got my boyfriend back! It has been a long, hard road, to
say the least, but today life is good!”
Johnson will soon be celebrating four
years sober from all opiates.
“I don’t want to jinx myself,” Johnson
said. “Addiction is a wicked, terrifying thing.
I’m not saying I’m ‘fixed’ or safe. I sometimes will have dreams about using or catch
myself fantasizing about it. But what’s keeping me going strong is knowing that I don’t
have to use. And regardless, I’ve come a hell
of a long way from where I was.”

12— The Herald

Saturday, September 3, 2016

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Arts & Entertainment
Crossword Puzzle

At the movies ...
Van Wert Cinemas
10709 Lincoln Hwy.,
Van Wert
Sausage
Party
(R)
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
Finding Dory (PG) Sat.: 1:00/5:30/ Sun.:
2:00/7:00; Mon. and Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and
Thurs.: 7:15
Finding Dory 3D (PG) Sat.: 3:15/8:00;
Sun.: 4:30; Mon. and Wed.: 7:15; Tues. and
Thurs.: 5:00
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
(PG-13)
Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:00/8:30; Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00;
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
Don’t Breathe (R)
The Conjuring 2 (R)
The Purge: Election Year (R) Sunday only!
Screen 2
Friday the 13th (1980) (R)
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) (R)
Alien (1979) (R) Sunday only!
Screen 3
Halloween (1978) (R)
Halloween 2 (1981) (R)
The Exorcist (1973) (R) Sunday only!
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
Morgan (R) 11:25/2:00/4:45/7:15/9:45

Don’t Breathe (R) 11:30/2:10/4:30/7:30/
10:00
Mechanic:
Resurrection
(R)
11:10/3:00/7:00/9:30
Ben Hur (PG-13) 11:15/3:30/6:45/9:40
Suicide Squad 3D (PG-13) 3:55/9:55
Suicide Squad (PG-13) 11:55/6:50
Kubo and the Two Strings (PG) 11:20/2:45
War Dogs (R) 11:50/4:15/7:20/10:10
Pete’s Dragon (PG) 11:05/1:45/6:15/9:00
Sausage
party
(R)
11:45/2:30/4:55/7:45/10:15
Bad Moms (R) 5:15/8:15
Jason Bourne (PG-13) 11:40/3:15/6:30/9:15
Nerve (PG-13) 11:35/2:15/5:00/8:00/10:20
The Secret Life of Pets (PG)
11:00/1:15/3:45/6:00/8:45
Shannon Theatre
Bluffton
Through Sept. 8
Jason Bourne (PG-13) will play every evening at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Nine Live (PG) will play at 1:30 p.m. and
4 p.m. on Sat. and Sun.

CLUES ACROSS
1. Employee stock
ownership plan
5. Teaspoon
8. Type of IRA
11. Restore courage
13. Pet Detective
Ventura
14. Discount
15. Where rockers
play
16. Light Armored
Reconnaissance (abbr.)
17. Computer manufacturer
18. Nomadic people
20. Liquefied natural
gas
21. Steps leading to
a river
22. Benign tumors
25. In an early way
30. Type of wall
31. Pop folk singer
Williams
32. Greek Titaness
33. Expresses purpose
38. Type of school
41. Least true
43. Delighted
45. Church building
47. Replacement
worker
49. A sign of assent
50. Semitic gods
55. Ancient kingdom
near Dead Sea
56. Partly digested
food
57. Fevers
59. Genus of trees
60. Midway between
east and southeast
61. Jewish spiritual
leader
62. Gallivant

12. __ King Cole
14. Adventure story
19. Satisfy
23. Disappointment
24. Evergreen shrub
25. Parts per thousand (abbr.)
26. Young snob
(Brit.)
27. Midway between
northeast and east
28. Chinese surname
29. Poplar trees
(Spanish)
34. Electron scanning microscope
35. Actor DiCaprio
36. Equal (prefix)
37. Cartoon Network
39. Revealed

63. Hideaway
64. Source
CLUES DOWN
1. Major division
of time
2. Withered
3. Portends good
or evil
4. Single sheet of
glass
5. More longlegged
6. Scrutinized
7. Archway in a
park
8. Oliver __, author
9. Ancient Greek
City
10. Type of shampoo

40. Remove lice
41. Supervises interstate commerce
42. Whale ship
captain
44. Baited
45. Bleated
46. Swedish rock
group
47. Air pollution
48. Carbonated drink
51. Swiss river
52. Ottoman military
commanders
53. Type of job
54. One point east of
southeast
58. Sex Pistols bassist Vicious

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14 – The Herald

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Attack

(Continued from page 1)

The Museum of Postal History will
focus on correspondence during the war.
Letters from Home and Letters From the
Front will cast a light on the lives and emotions of those directly involved in the war.
Of special interest will be the military’s
use of Victory Mail or V-mail to economically and efficiently transport letters to and
from all parts of the world. The museum
will also debut its new Holocaust exhibit
at this time.
Both the museums are seeking local
artifacts and items for the exhibits. Of

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interest are letters to and from soldiers
and other items sent through the US Postal
Service during or after the war.
The Canal Museum is seeking photos,
uniforms, medals, posters, ration books,
buttons and signs — anything dealing with
life during World War II, both on the front
lines and on the home front.
To loan items to either museum for the
exhibit or for more information, contact
Bob Ebbeskotte at 419-692-0752 or rebbeskotte@woh.rr.com.
The exhibits at both museums will jointly debut on Sunday, Dec. 4.

Duck
(Continued from page 1)
The projected cost of the
nearly 4,000-square-foot
splash pad with 29 unique
water features is $350,000
with a targeted completion
date for summer 2017.
This is the single largest

and most aggressive project
the club has undertaken.
The club has the support
of the city administration
and the Parks & Recreation
Department. The club has
provided $25,000 seed
money for the project from
proceeds from fundraisers in 2015. The Arnold

C. Dienstberger Foundation
has awarded a grant of
$50,000 towards the project as well as $40,000 from
the Canal Days Committee.
Individuals, businesses and
other organizations have
also contributed.
The total raised far is
$186,000.

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(Continued from page 1)
Bonifas can be reached at 419-2306368, Howell can be reached at 419-2361371 and Sheeran’s number is 419-2034221.
For those attempting to take care of
themselves during these times, the brochures for the group outline ways to care
for oneself. The brochure recommends
distracting oneself with activities such

as reading, watching movies or going on
walks. It encourages people to exercise,
eat healthy, and maintain proper sleeping
habits. Additionally, those suffering from
a loss are advised to talk with friends or a
counselor.
Those interested in the support group
may also contact the Ministry Center at
419-695-4050 for more information.
The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m.
on Sept. 15, there is no fee for attendance.

Book
(Continued from page 1)
“No one has done this
and it needs to be done,”
Kaverman explained the
thrust behind the grassroots
effort. “We’ll start clear
back with the glaciers and
how the black swamp was
formed.”
The group has a good
start with giant binders of
newspaper articles, flyer
and advertisements carefully clipped and save by
Schmelzer for decades.
“I’ve always saved
everything and I would like
to see it put together in
some fashion,” Schmelzer
said.
Other pieces of information have also been fathered
from former city officials,
the fire department and
more.

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“What we need is the personal stories about events in
Delphos,” Kaverman said.
Desenberg, who has
taught history for 39 years
and is currently at St. John’s
High School, noticed something in his classrooms.
“We teach about all the
historical events everyone knows and my students don’t have any idea
about their local history,”
he said. “They don’t know
the stories and the events
that made their people who
they are. It needs to be
exposed.”
Kaverman said the book
will include as comprehensive a report as possible
and will likely take several
years to write.
“We need to hear from
people about the railroad,
agriculture,
business,

organizations,
churches, schools, the parks,
local sports; anything
that pertains to Delphos,”
Kaverman said.
All involved have a history with Delphos and its
outlying areas and their
names are familiar in the
ranks at the local museums,
including Bob Ebbeskotte,
Mary Grothouse, Bob
Holdgreve, Sam Bonifas,
Rick
Hellman,
Ralph
Lauser, Barb Seffernick and
Tom Hempfling.
To relay information
about events and happenings in the past, Kaverman
can be reached at 419-6953378; Desenberg — 419695-6476 or 419-234-0321;
Bradstock can be reached
at the Delphos Canal
Commission Museum.

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Several attempts to contact him were made for him to
come out peacefully with no avail, the police department
reported.
CS gas canisters were deployed into the upstairs rooms.
At some point the male jumped from the second story window and was detained.
Morgan was transported to the Van Wert County Hospital
by EMS after he complained his leg was hurt.
After he was released from the Emergency Room, he
was served an affidavit and arrested for violation of a
protection order. Since Morgan had a previous conviction
of the same, this charged upgraded to a felony of the fifth
degree.
Morgan was taken to the Van Wert Correctional Facility
until his initial arraignment in Municipal Court.
The Van Wert Police Department did confiscate a handgun, a substance suspected to be cocaine, marijuana and
money.
The narcotics will be sent to the Ohio BC&I lab for
testing. Once the investigation is complete the case will be
handed over to the Prosecutors office for additional charges
to be presented to grand jury.
The Van Wert County Sheriff and the Ohio State
Highway Patrol assisted the Police department with containing the outer perimeter during the execution of the
search warrant.

Trivia

Answers to Wednesday’s questions:
The 101st Airborne Division of the U.S. Army is
known as the “Screaming Eagles.”
Long before he was on Hollywood’s A-List, Brad Pitt
appeared in a 1989 commercial for Pringles.
Today’s questions:
Football great Jim Brown spent his entire professional
career playing for one NFL team. Which team was it?
The best-selling Girl Scout cookies are Thin Mints,
but what is the group’s second most popular cookie?
Answers in next Wednesday’s Herald.
The Outstanding National Debt as of Friday evening was $19,514,917,698,248.
The estimated population of the United States is
323,673,721, so each citizen’s share of this debt is
$60,292.
The National Debt has continued to increase an
average of $2.41 billion per day since Sept. 30, 2012.

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