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50¢ daily Monday, January 10, 2011 Delphos, Ohio

Congresswoman shot
I-gym in running Sheriff reports
for Pepsi grant
Maggie Wannemacher rampage suspect
not cooperating
of the I-gym in Delphos
is applying for the Pepsi
Challenge Grant.
The I-gym, located in
the Peak Fitness Center,
333 N. St., has made it to By JACQUES BILLEAUD The hearing in Phoenix
round two and needs every- The Associated Press comes just a few hours after
one’s help in voting. President Barack Obama
The business opened with PHOENIX — A 22-year- leads a shocked and saddened
a membership program but old man described as a social nation in a moment of silence
came upon a grant oppor- outcast with wild beliefs for the victims and their fami-
tunity through Pepsi that steeped in mistrust faces lies. Obama will observe the
will allow anyone wanting a federal court hearing on moment of silence at 11 a.m.
to play a minimal mem- charges he tried to assassi- EST with White House staff
bership for the first year nate Rep. Gabrielle Giffords on the South Lawn.
should the I-gym win. in a Tucson shooting rampage As authorities filed the
Go to www.facebook. that left six people dead. charges against Loughner
pepsi?v=app_4949752878 Public defenders are ask- Sunday, they alleged he
or go directly to Pepsi’s site ing that the attorney who scrawled on an envelope the
at www.refresheverything. defended Oklahoma City words “my assassination” and
com/igymfitnesscenter. bombing conspirator Timothy “Giffords” sometime before
Once on the Pepsi Facebook McVeigh and “Unabomber” he took a cab to a shopping
page, click on the middle tab Ted Kaczynski defend Jared center where the congress-
which says Pepsi Refresh. Loughner, who makes his woman was meeting with
Photo submitted
Now look for the gray but- first court appearance today constituents Saturday morn-
ton to “Vote on the Site.”
Click there and it will go
Martz 2011 Delphos New Year’s Baby at 4 p.m.
Sheriff Clarence Dupnik
A federal judge, a congres-
to the voting page. In the The Delphos New Year’s Baby is Keenan Vincent Martz. He was born at 8:09 said Loughner was not sional aide and a young girl
search area (top right), type p.m. on Jan. 6 at St. Rita’s Medical Center to Michael and Tricia Martz. He weighed cooperating and told ABC’s were among the six people
in I-gym. This will then bring 6 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 inches long. He was welcomed home by siblings “Good Morning America” the killed, while Giffords and 13
up another page with the Alexis, above center, Cohen, right, and Grady Martz. Grandparents are Mike and suspect had said “not a word” others were injured in the
“Vote on this Site” button. Marty Clark and Joe and Diane Martz. Great-grandparents are Helen Clark and the to investigators. Dupnik said bursts of gunfire outside a
Log in with name and e-mail late Edward Clark, the late Vincent and Helen Metzner, Eileen Martz and the late authorities were all but certain Tucson supermarket.
address to register to vote Melvin Martz and the late Harold and Lucille Harpster, all from Delphos. Keenan’s Loughner acted alone, saying Giffords, 40, lay in inten-
only the first time. Complete great-uncle, Nick Clark, was the Delphos New Year’s Baby 48 years ago. “he’s a typical troubled indi-
this information and then vidual who’s a loner.” See SHOOTER, page 2
vote for the I-gym daily.

Kasich sworn in
Only the top 10 winners
are awarded the grant.
Voters can also text
105264 to Pepsi (73774). By JULIE CARR SMYTH
Standard text messag- The Associated Press
ing rates apply.
Franklin sets COLUMBUS — Republican John
Kasich has succeeded one-term Democrat
kindergarten Ted Strickland as Ohio’s governor, prom-
ising a businessman’s approach to policy
registration that he hopes
can restore eco-
Franklin Elementary nomic security
School will register chil- and add jobs.
dren for kindergarten Kasich, 58,
screening for the 2011-12 took his oath of
school year from 9 a.m. to office at a 12:01
3 p.m. from Feb. 7-11. a.m. ceremony
Children who will be 5 that he moved to
years old by Aug. 1 are eli- the Statehouse
gible to attend kindergarten and opened to the
in the 2011-12 school year. media after pro-
Parents/guardians Kasich tests last week.
should come to Franklin Newly elected Chief Justice Maureen
on the above dates to pick O’Connor administered the oath in front
up registration materials of more than 150 spectators.
and set up an appoint- Kasich was accompanied by his wife,
ment to have their child Karen, and 10-year-old twin daughters,
screened for kindergarten. Reese and Emma. The Bible he used was
The clinics will be held 8 given to him by a friend after his parents
a.m. to 3 p.m. March 3, 10,
17 and 25. The clinics last were killed by a drunken driver in 1987.
approximately 30 minutes. The former congressman, Fox News
For questions, call commentator, author and investment bank-
Tom Morris photo
419-692-8766. er led a GOP sweep of statewide offices
and the state Legislature in November.
Strickland named one Democrat, his for- Mini Cheer Campers strut stuff at game
Sports mer running mate Yvette McGee Brown,
to the Ohio Supreme Court before leav-
ing office — but the court, too, remains
More than 200 young girls attended a cheer camp sponsored by St. John’ cheerleaders Saturday to learn
the basics and practice for a special halftime performance. Above: St. John’s varsity basketball cheerleaders
TODAY are joined by campers during the St. John’s vs. Lima Central Catholic basketball game Sunday afternoon
Girls Basketball: in the Robert A. Arnzen Gymnasium.
Crestview at See KASICH, page 3

New Chik’n House open daily

Continental, 6 p.m.
Wrestling: Cory-
Rawson and Bluffton at
Lincolnview, 6 p.m.
DELPHOS — Because
TUESDAY three local restaurateurs
Boys Basketball: Ottoville believe there is a demand for
at Crestview, 6 p.m.; Van a fast food place specializing
Wert at Bellmont, 6 p.m. in fried chicken, the former
Girls Basketball: franchise owner of such a
Lincolnview at Kalida, 6 p.m. business has teamed with oth-
Wrestling: LCC ers in local food retail to open
and Coldwater at a new restaurant at Fifth and
Spencerville, 6 p.m. Jefferson streets.
“It’s called The Chik’n
Forecast House — we have fried
chicken on the bone, chick-
Snow en tenders, chicken chunks,
Tuesday: 2-4 chicken wings, mashed pota-
inches; high toes, cole slaw, green beans
in mid 20s. and macaroni and cheese.
See page 2. We’ll expand the menu down
the road after we get our core
menu established,” Derek
Mike Ford photo

Stacy Taff photo Dempsey said. The Chik’n House at 239 W. Fifth St. is now open for
Obituaries 2
Post office hosts unexpected lodger The store has approxi- business. An open house is planned at a later date.
State/Local 3 mately 17 employees and dren are getting into the is Dempsey’s own recipe,
Politics 4 The Delphos Post Office played host to an unexpect- is owned by a group that chicken business together. which Dempsey said is not the
Community 5 ed lodger Saturday morning, when a young horned owl includes Dempsey and Topp “It worked well in town same as his former store’s. He
Sports 6-7 perched above the doors on the loading dock in an effort Chalet owner John Pimpas before (as a KFC), so we said doors are open now but a
Classifieds 8 to get out of the wind. The Great Horned Owl, Bubo and his sister, Penny (Pimpas) thought we’d give it a shot. grand opening will take place
TV 9 virginianus, also known as the Tiger Owl, is a large owl Gerdeman. The Pimpas fam- We think there’s a market for at a later date.
native to the Americas. It is an adaptable bird with a ily has owned the building it — there’s Lee’s in Lima “We had a soft opening
vast range and is the most widely distributed true owl for several years. Dempsey’s and Van Wert has nothing,” Nov. 14 and we’re open from
in the Americas. father leased it from Pimpas’s he said. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. every day,”
mother; now the grown chil- Pimpas added the chicken Dempsey said.
2 – The Herald Monday, January 10, 2011

For The Record

(Continued from page 1) Court papers filed with the
charges said he had previous
Delphos weather
High temperature Sunday
sive care at a Tucson hospital, contact with Giffords. The doc- Vol. 141 No. 176
in Delphos was 25 degrees,
after being shot in the head at uments said he had received
close range. Doctors said she a letter from the Democratic
low was 5. High a year ago
today was 20, low was -4. Nancy Spencer, editor
had responded repeatedly to lawmaker in which she thanked Ray Geary, general manager,
commands to stick out her two him for attending a “Congress Record high for today is 60,
set in 1975, Record low is -15, Delphos Herald Inc.
fingers, giving them hope she on your Corner” event at a Don Hemple, advertising manager
may survive. mall in Tucson in 2007. set in 1982.
Tiffany Brantley,
Neurosurgeon De. Michael Investigators carrying out a WEATHER FORECAST circulation manager
LeMole of Tucson’s University search warrant at his parents’ Tri-county
Medical Center, appearing home in a middle-class neigh- The Associated Press The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
today on CBS’s “The Early borhood found an envelope in a 8000) is published daily except
Show,” said, “the best way to safe with the words “I planned TONIGHT: Cloudy. A Sundays and Holidays.
describe her this morning is ahead,” “My assassination” By carrier in Delphos and
chance of snow after midnight. area towns, or by rural motor
that she’s holding her own.” and the name “Giffords” next Lows 15 to 20. Northeast
LeMole said he removed a to what appears to be his sig- route where available $2.09 per
winds around 10 mph. Chance
portion of her skull in order to nature.
of snow 50 percent. Anna Marie Eickholt Leona E. Landin week. By mail in Allen, Van
Wert, or Putnam County, $105
perform the surgery but likely Neighbors said Loughner Aug. 16, 1914 - Jan. 9, 2011
will replace it at some point. TUESDAY: Snow. Snow Dec. 12, 1920 - Jan. 9, 2011 per year. Outside these counties
kept to himself and was often Leona E. Landin, 96 of
“We don’t close the book seen walking his dog, almost accumulation of 2 to 4 inch- Anna Marie Eickholt, 90, $119 per year.
es. Highs in the mid 20s. of Ottoville, died at 3:13 a.m. Ottoville died 2:26 am Entered in the post office
on recovery for years,” he said, always wearing a hooded sweat Sunday, January 9, 2011 at in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
“so it’ll take as long as it takes. shirt and listening to his iPod. Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph. Sunday at St. Rita’s Medical
Chance of snow 100 percent. Center. the Meadows of Kalida. Periodicals, postage paid at
I think the real question will Comments from friends and She was born Aug. 16, Delphos, Ohio.
be how long it will take before former classmates bolstered by TUESDAY NIGHT: Snow She was born Dec. 12, 1920,
1914, in Fort Jennings to No mail subscriptions will be
she’s out of the woods.” Loughner’s own Internet post- in the evening. Additional light in Hudson, Mich., to William accepted in towns or villages
About 200 people gath- ings have painted a picture of snow accumulation. Lows 15 L. and Mary (Landwehr) Henry and Anna (Becker)
Horstman. where The Daily Herald paper
ered outside Giffords’ Tucson a social outcast with almost to 20. Northwest winds 10 to Turnwald. carriers or motor routes provide
office Sunday evening for a indecipherable beliefs steeped 15 mph. Chance of snow 80 On April 11, 1942, she On Aug. 16, 1938, she daily home delivery for $2.09
candlelight vigil. Earlier in in mistrust and paranoia. percent. married Jerome A. Eickholt. married Lloyd Landin, who per week.
the day, people crammed the Two high school friends EXTENDED FORECAST He died Dec. 24, 1990. died in September 1988. 405 North Main St.
synagogue where Giffords has said they had fallen out of WEDNESDAY: Mostly Survivors include seven Survivord include five TELEPHONE 695-0015
been a member, as well as the touch with Loughner and last cloudy with a 50 percent chance sons, Thomas (Mary) children, Larry Landin and Office Hours
Mountain Avenue Church of spoke to him around March, of snow showers. Highs in the Eickholt of Columbus Grove, Joyce (Ron) Maag of Fort 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Christ, which lost one member when one of them was going Jerry (Jann) Eickholt, Dan Jennings, Joan Wierwille of POSTMASTER:
mid 20s. Northwest winds 10 Send address changes
in the attack and saw another to set up some bottles in the to 15 mph. (Marcia) Eickholt and Frank New Bremen, Terry (Barb)
one wounded. desert for target practice and Landin of Ottoville and Roger to THE DAILY HERALD,
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: (Judy) Eickholt of Ottoville, 405 N. Main St.
Authorities weren’t saying Loughner suggested he might Mostly cloudy. A chance of Don (Marie Ann) Eickholt (Darlene) Landin of Fort
late Sunday where Loughner come along. It was unusual — Delphos, Ohio 45833
snow showers in the evening. and Bill (Lisa) Eickholt of Jennings; 14 grandchildren,
was being held, and officials Loughner hadn’t expressed an Perry Landin, Kerry Landin,
Lows 10 to 15. Chance of Junction City, Kan., and
were working to appoint an interest in guns before — and
snow 30 percent. Ray (Carol) Eickholt of Jodi (Chuck) Koester, Suzie Scholars of the Day
attorney for him. Heather his increasingly confrontation- (Jim) Warnecke, Kevin (Jenny)
Van Wert; three daughters,
Traffic fatalities
Williams, the first assistant al behavior was pushing them Maag, David (Olivia) Maag,
federal public defender in apart. He would send bizarre Mary Ann (Dale) Good of
Fort Jennings, Jane (Bill) John E. (Kate) Wierwille, Eric
remained low
Arizona, said they’re asking text messages, but also break (Christy) Wierwille, Beverly
that San Diego attorney Judy off contact for weeks on end. Thomas of Lima and Kathy
(Ed) Wehri of Ottoville; 20 (Jim) Schweller, Terri Ann
in Allen County
Clarke be appointed. Around the same time,
Loughner is charged with Loughner’s behavior also grandchildren and 15 great- (Jim) Bendele, Michelle
grandchildren; a brother, (Dwight) Heitmeyer, Darren
for 2010
one count of attempted assas- began to worry officials at
sination of a member of Pima Community College, John (Dolores) Turnwald Landin, Troy (Carla) Landin
Congress, two counts of kill- where Loughner began attend- of Ottoville; a sister, Betty and Chad (Lora) Landin; 29
LIMA — While 2010 traf- great-grandchildren; a brother,
ing an employee of the federal ing classes in 2005, the school fic fatalities were up state M. (Karl) Schumacher of
government and two counts said in a release. Columbus Grove; and a sis- Hubert (Agnes) Horstman of
of attempting to kill a federal
wide, in Allen County, the Cloverdale; and several nieces St. John’s Scholar of the
Between February and ter-in-law, Rita Turnwald of
employee. More charges are September, Loughner “had five Lima-Allen County Safe and nephews. Day is Alex
Community Coalition reports Kalida.
expected. contacts with PCC police for Also preceding her in death She was also preceded in Odenweller.
Discoveries at Loughner’s classroom and library disrup- that fatal incidents remained death by a daughter-in-law; Congratulations
at record lows. Continuing were two sons, Robert L. and
home in southern Arizona, tions,” the statement said. He Joey Eickholt; three broth- Carla Landin; and son-in-law, Alex!
where he lived with his parents was suspended in September the trend since August, there Charles Wierwille
were no fatal crashes on Allen ers, Leon, William Jr. and
in a middle-class neighborhood after college police discovered Syl Turnwald; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Landin was a seam- Jefferson’s Scholar of the
lined with desert landscaping a YouTube video in which County roadways during the stress at Greggs and Elder- Day is Melony
Loughner claimed the college month of December. Betty Turnwald; and a great-
and palm trees, have provided Beerman. She was a member
few answers to what motivated was illegal according to the During the calendar year grandchild. Sunday.
Mrs. Eickholt was a home- of Immaculate Conception Congratulations
him. U.S. Constitution. 2010 through the end of Catholic Church, Ottoville, its
December, there were four maker. She was a member Melony!
of Immaculate Conception Altar Rosary Society and a
fatal crashes resulting in four social member of the Ottoville Students can pick up their
fatalities; this compares to 12 Catholic Church, Ottoville,
and its Altar Rosary Society. Catholic Ladies of Columbia. awards in their school offices.
fatal crashes with fourteen 14 Leona was in the Kewpee
She was a Gold Star Mother.
fatalities last year.
According to the National Mass of Christian buri-
al will begin at 10:30 a.m.
commercial as the Kewpee
Pie Lady “just like grandma
Highway Traffic Safety makes.” She enjoyed reading
Administration, each traffic Wednesday at Immaculate CLEVELAND (AP) —
Conception Catholic Church, and was the oldest member of These Ohio lotteries were
fatality has a comprehensive the Ottoville Library and read
cost of $3,366,388. Therefore, Ottoville. the Rev. John Stites drawn Sunday:
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BriefsOhio State studies symptoms NOW
quake returns to of cat stress, disease
Man who filmed

battered Haiti BY SUE MANNING When the cats were sick

The Associated Press or stressed, they would vomit,
Ohio man whose video cam-
“This study shows that an enriched urinate or defecate outside the
Just because you’re going away for the summer doesn’t

environment — one that includes

mean you have to miss out on a single issue of your

LOS ANGELES — It’s litter box and eat less, the

favorite hometown paper. All you need do is contact our

era caught the Haitian earth-

customer service department at least 10 days prior to your
departure and have your subscription forwarded to your

not just people who get sick OSU researchers said.

vacation address. It’s simple, and it won’t cost you an extra

quake’s first damaging jolts

hiding areas, toys, bedding and
cent — that’s what we call really good news!

at an orphanage is making from stress. Stress to a cat might be TAKE US ALONG!

other physical features, plus an


his first return mission to the A recent Ohio State nothing more than unwanted 41-695-0015

University study found that attention, a dirty litter box or a

island nation.
Rick Hursh of suburban
healthy cats show signs of ill- everyday routine including a strange noise, Stella said.
ness when stressed. During stress-free times,
Cincinnati was recording his At the same time, cats diag- consistent caregiver, feeding and both healthy and affected
son Matt playing with chil-
dren at the HOPE Center near
nosed with feline interstitial
cystitis (FIC) became health-
play times — reduces or altogether
prevents some common signs of
cats got sick less than once
a week. TAX-FREE
Port-au-Prince during a church ier when stress levels were During weeks when rou-
mission trip when the Jan. 12
earthquake hit.
reduced, the study showed.
Twelve of 32 cats in the
feline sickness such as decreased tines were altered, causing
stress, the healthy cats got sick
Hursh’s video, replayed 3-year study were healthy and appetite, vomiting or eliminat- about 1.9 times a week and the
by media outlets around the
world, showed floors starting
20 had FIC, a chronic pain
syndrome that affects the cat’s ing outside of their litter boxes. others twice a week, nearly
tripling the risk for sickness in FOR YOUR
to shake and debris falling bladder.
Lower urinary tract diseas-
The significance is that minimiz- all the cats. Levels returned to
normal when the stress passed, RETIREMENT
from the ceiling.
All 20 Haitian girls at the es occur in about 1.5 percent ing stress can decrease illness.” Buffington said.
orphanage, the staff and mis- of house cats, the researchers For now, the researchers Tax-free income is the best
sionaries, escaped without said, and a lot of pet owners — veterinarian and feline hope cat owners and vets will
can’t stand the messes that expert Jane Brunt, look at a sick cat’s environ- gift you can give yourself
serious injury. The center
was heavily damaged in the come with it, so millions of member of the CATalyst ment before opting for eutha- at retirement. Converting
quake. sick cats are euthanized or Council, Inc. in Timonium, Md. nasia. to a Roth IRA from a
On Saturday, Hursh, 47, turned over to shelters every “Cats are not a pack spe- traditional IRA allows for
year. time spent with the other cats said veterinarian and feline cies. They are not used to liv-
and nine other Cincinnati-area The owners of the sick cats ing in large groups. Their two
tax-free accumulation as
residents left for Haiti where and time spent with her and a expert Jane Brunt, a member well as tax-free withdrawals
at OSU had all decided to caretaker. of the CATalyst Council, Inc. primary predators are larger
they’ll help to construct a new have their pets euthanized, but carnivores and primates and so in retirement – which
orphanage at the center, which “I had to be careful if I was in Timonium, Md., and owner
agreed to let them take part in having a bad day,” she said, so of Cat Hospital at Towson for who do they live with? Dogs means you don’t have
is administered by the Muncie, the study first. and people. It can be tough
Ind.-based Christian Service it didn’t rub off on the cats. over 20 years. to worry as much about
Doctoral candidate Judi “This study shows that an The study, funded by the being a cat,” Buffington said. what income tax rates
International-CSI Ministries. Stella; Tony Buffington, Research conducted by
“We are not going to let an enriched environment — one National Institutes of Health, will be in the future.
a professor of veterinary that includes hiding areas, was published in the Jan. 1 Buffington in 2006 found
earthquake get in the way of clinical sciences; and Linda toys, bedding and other physi- issue of the Journal of the similar health improvements There are tax considera-
our mission,” Hursh said in an Lord, an assistant professor cal features, plus an everyday American Veterinary Medical when cat owners enriched tions and other factors
interview Friday. in the school’s Department routine including a consistent Association. home environments for their
Hursh and six fellow of Veterinary Preventive pets. that determine whether
caregiver, feeding and play Human diseases similar
teammates from the United Medicine, observed the colony times — reduces or altogeth- to interstitial cystitis include “Cat owners can be educat- converting to a Roth IRA
Methodist Church were in of neutered and spayed cats at er prevents some common irritable bowel syndrome and ed about managing and main- is right for you.
Haiti during the earthquake. the university’s research lab. signs of feline sickness such fibromyalgia, said Buffington, taining an enriched environ-
This is Hursh’s fourth year as Stella spent the first part as decreased appetite, vom- who also works with stress ment,” Brunt said. “Several Call today to schedule
part of a CSI-associated team. of the study trying to make iting or eliminating outside researchers at the University parallel human studies are an appointment to learn
“I know it will be a little every aspect of each cat’s life of their litter boxes. The sig- of California at Los Angeles’ corroborated by this and other more. We’ll discuss your
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“We’ve always fought against faces a grim set of political cuts bring.
barriers in Haiti, and the earth-
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4 — The Herald Monday, January 10, 2011

POLITICS “You got to look on the bright side, even if there ain’t one.”
— Dashiell Hammett (1894-1961)

After rampage, appeals

to cool the political tone
By CHARLES Arizona district shares Tucson The House’s newly
BABINGTON and with Giffords’ district, said installed Republican lead-
CALVIN WOODWARD Saturday, the day Giffords ers postponed Wednesday’s
Associated Press was shot. But he said the scheduled vote to repeal the
nation must assess the fallout new health care law. That
WASHINGTON — The of “an atmosphere where the divisive issue was at the cen-
nation’s caustic political cli- political discourse is about ter of the harshest criticisms
mate has become a suspect hate, anger and bitterness.” of Giffords and many other
of sorts in the rampage that Still others cautioned Democrats for the past two
left six dead and a lawmaker against blaming political rhet- years.
critically injured in Arizona. oric — or the language and The chief law enforcement
Already, appeals are being imagery of a particular politi- official in the House, Sergeant-
heard to tone down the rheto- cal group — for the tragedy at-Arms Bill Livingood, said
ric. in Tucson. Republicans were the Tucson attack did not
The captured suspect’s especially sensitive to sugges- appear to be part of a larger
motives remain unknown tions that the conservative tea threat against Congress. Still,
despite his online diatribes party movement, with its anti- as a precaution, he advised
betraying resentment of the government stances, was con- each House member’s office
government and a scattered tributing to a more poisonous in an e-mail Saturday evening
state of mind. Still, the attack political environment, to get in touch with local law
DeLay back
on Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Sen. Lamar Alexander, enforcement.
Giffords and those who were R-Tenn., noted Sunday that Washington and the nation
in court today with has intensified the scruti- the suspect in the Tucson have experienced a year or
ny on how much is too much, rampage was connected to more of raw politics, with
One Year Ago AUSTIN, Texas (AP) —
and how hot is too hot, in Internet postings that included anger spilling over on both
• The Delphos Community United Project, in cooperation Former U.S. House Majority political debate. Marxist and Nazi literature. sides and gun-related meta-
with local donors and the West Ohio Food Bank, will sponsor Leader Tom DeLay, who with
a free food distribution open to needy residents of the Delphos Sen. Dick Durbin, the sec- “That’s not the profile phors coming loosely from
the nickname “the Hammer” ond-ranking Democratic lead- of a typical tea party mem- the lips of some candidates
City School District Jan. 13 at the Delphos Eagles Lodge on took part in his share of polit-
East Fifth Street. er in the Senate, on Sunday ber, if that’s the inference and activists. Giffords, who
ical battles during his time cited imagery of crosshairs on that’s being made,” he said had been a figurative target of
in Congress, now faces the political opponents and Sarah on CNN. the right, warned months ago
25 Years Ago — 1986 toughest fight of his life: stay-
• The Rev. James E. Peiffer, 44, pastor of St. Francis Xavier Palin’s combative rallying Rep. Raul Labrador, that the verbal assaults were
ing out of prison. cry, “Don’t retreat; reload.“ R-Idaho, who ran as a tea beyond the pale and could
Parish, Willard, since 1981, has been named pastor of St. John’s The former Houston-area
Church effective Jan. 31. He succeeds the Rev. Rob Sidner who “These sorts of things, I party favorite, said on “Meet have dire results.
congressman will be back in think, invite the kind of toxic the Press” on NBC: “I just In Pima County, Ariz.,
was recently appointed pastor of St. Charles Church, Lima. court today for the sentenc-
• Ensign Amy L. Donaldson, NC, USNR, returned to Fort rhetoric that can lead unstable hope we can have some Sheriff Clarence Dupnik
ing phase of his trial after people to believe this is an civility and move forward. suggested “all this vitriol”
Jennings for the holidays after successfully completing the his Nov. 24 conviction on
six-week officer indoctrination program into the Navy Nurse acceptable response,” Durbin You have extremes on both in recent discourse might
charges of money launder- said Sunday on CNN’s “State sides; you have crazy people be connected to Saturday’s
Corps at the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, ing and conspiracy to commit
R.I. Ensign Donaldson is a 1981 graduate of Fort Jennings of the Union.” on both sides. Your job as a shootings. “This may be free
money laundering in a scheme The attack might be the work leader is to talk to people in speech,” he told reporters,
High School.
to illegally funnel corporate of “a single nut,” Democratic a rational way, to bring down “but it’s not without conse-
• Undefeated Antwerp shot a sizzling 67 percent from the
field in defeating Lincolnview 71-55. The Archers connected money to Texas candidates Rep. Raul Grijalva, whose the rhetoric”. quences.”

Jobholders less worried, spend more

on 30 of 45 attempts. Lincolnview’s Jackie Girod led all scorers in 2002.
with 26 points. Diana Renner added 14 and Brenda Evans 11. Unlike DeLay’s trial, which
lasted nearly a month, the sen-
50 Years Ago — 1961 tencing hearing is expected to By PAUL WISEMAN is running at 12 percent for By October 2010, layoffs
• Delphos Council Knights of Columbus had their wives take about two days. Associated Press transportation workers, for and other dismissals had sunk
as guests at the meeting held Monday in the council rooms on DeLay has chosen Senior example. It exceeds 20 per- to their lowest point since
Elida Avenue. It was announced that on Feb. 12 the council will Judge Pat Priest to sentence WASHINGTON — A cent for construction work- August 2006. In December,
hold a banquet and dance for the Knights and their ladies. him. Priest says he is likely steady decline in layoffs is ers. employers added just 103,000
• At the annual meeting of the shareholders of The to make a quick decision after giving the vast majority of Federal Reserve Chairman jobs — too few even to keep
Commercial Bank held Monday, directors were elected as fol- both prosecutors and defense adults who have jobs the con- Ben Bernanke echoed that up with population growth.
lows: O. G. Weger, William Dauch, F. R. McKowen, L. N. attorneys finish presenting fidence to spend more freely point Friday. He told a Senate But that was mainly because
Justus, John Marsh, Jr., R. B. Rozelle, Carl F. Dienstberger and witnesses. and help energize the econo- panel he sees evidence that a they’re still reluctant to hire,
Hubert B. Calvelage. While he faces up to life in my. They no longer worry so “self-sustaining” recovery is not because they’re still cut-
• Members of the Delphos Recreation Board held a reorga- prison on the money launder- much about losing their jobs. taking hold because consum- ting jobs.
nization meeting Monday at the City Building with election of ing charge and up to 20 years Their renewed confidence ers and businesses are spend- The number of people
officers being conducted. Eugene Warnecke was renamed by on the conspiracy charge, has boosted retail sales — ing more. applying for unemployment
the Board of Education for a five-year term. Other members of DeLay is also eligible for pro- just what’s needed to spark Morgan Stanley econo- benefits — a proxy for the
the board include Mrs. Howard Sadler, Mrs. John Shenk, Don bation. what economists call a “virtu- mists say 4 percent growth pace of layoffs — has dropped
Patthoff and R. B. Rozelle. “Of course we will ask the ous cycle”: Higher consumer is “likely, perhaps even con- in the past four months. And
judge to grant probation,” said spending raises company servative” in 2011, up from economists think employers
75 Years Ago — 1936 Dick DeGuerin, DeLay’s lead profits, which spurs hiring, an estimated 3.1 percent last will finally ramp up hiring
• Will the Delphos Public Library continued to be of ser- attorney. “This is not a matter which fuels more spending year. Late this month, the this year.
vice after the month of January? The answer to that question of economic loss, not a matter and growth. government will estimate “You’ve got 10 percent
will depend upon what success Delphos people may have in of anyone being injured or of Consumer spending is economic growth for the final unemployment, and you add
securing funds from the counties of Allen and Van Wert to pay any evil intent.” critical because it powers quarter of 2010. another 5 or 10 percent” for
expenses of this institution. Up to nine witnesses are about 70 percent of the econ- Consumer spending is ris- discouraged workers or those
• Several Delphos people went to Decatur Wednesday night omy. It rose for five straight ing because the vast majority stuck in part-time positions,
expected to testify on DeLay’s
to attend a basketball game between Decatur Catholic High and months through November, of working-age Americans because they can’t find full-
behalf, including former U.S. kicking off the strongest holi- are now breathing easier, time work, says Doug Hart, a
Catholic Central of Fort Wayne. Decatur won the game by a House Speaker Dennis Hastert
score of 39 to 18. Present from Delphos were Clive Wirt, Arthur day shopping season since despite 9.4 percent unem- retail specialist at the consult-
and others who worked with 2006. Many shoppers are ployment. People who had ing firm BDO USA. But the
Grone, William Greiner, William Dickman, and Donald Say. him.
• The New Year’s Ball given Wednesday evening for the showing enough confidence jobs feared being laid off remaining 80 percent, having
“We are going to show to splurge on new cars: Auto during the recession, which survived the worst of the lay-
Knights of Columbus and their ladies was well attended. The
the good things about Tom sales rebounded 11 percent in ended in June 2009, and for offs, ”are feeling more secure
affair was held in the K of C rooms. There was both round and
square dancing. Music was provided by Carl Dienstberger and DeLay,” DeGuerin said. 2010, the first increase since months after. Fewer worry about their jobs.“
his orchestra. DeLay’s lawyers also sub- 2005. now, because most companies In 2009, consumers across
mitted more than 30 charac- Economists say consum- have stopped cutting staff. all income groups froze up.
ter and support letters from ers seem increasingly divided Workers who survived the The Labor Department’s
friends and political lead- into “haves” and “have-nots.” job cuts of the past three years Bureau of Labor Statistics
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ers, including Israeli Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
The haves are more secure in
their jobs. Their finances are
have begun to conclude: “If
they haven’t fired me by now,
recorded the first annual
drop in consumer spending in
The Delphos Herald welcomes letters to the editor. Letters and eight current U.S. con- solid. So is their credit. they’re not going to,” says records dating to 1984.
should be no more than 400 words. The newspaper reserves gressmen. Most of the letters The have-nots are strug- Michael Koskuba, portfolio Now, BDO’s Hart says,
the right to edit content for length, clarity and grammar. Letters ask for leniency in the sen- gling with shaky finances and manager with Victory Capital “The fear factor has subsid-
concerning private matters will not be published. tencing. job security. Unemployment Management. ed.”

Better read than dead

Failure to supply a full name, home address and daytime
phone number will slow the verification process and delay pub-
Letters can be mailed to The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main NEW YORK — While his use of the word was both and women to art are incompat-
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed sorting through the peren- KATHLEEN PARKER common to the times and ible. Relatedly, the inexhaust-
to Authors should clearly state nial lip-pursing tempest an indictment of slavery. If ibly quotable Twain wrote:
they want the message published as a letter to the editor. Anon- about a certain word in Mark readers can’t understand this, “Broad, wholesome, chari-
ymous letters will not be printed. Twain’s “The Adventures
of Huckleberry Finn” — the
Point then perhaps a teacher might
enlighten them. The purpose
table views of men and things
cannot be acquired by vegetat-
“N-word,” as we now say it of View of reading isn’t just to run ing in one little corner of the

Moderately confused — I turned for inspiration to

the master himself.
While on Earth, let me add
words past a pupil’s pupils,
but to enhance understanding
earth all one’s lifetime.”
More to the point, these
“The difference between and reveal truth through what writers selected each word
the almost-right word & the my voice to the chorus of those we call “teaching.” painstakingly to create a world
right word is ... the difference who, in the name of all that is That some teachers and they envisioned as necessary to
between the lightning bug and hallowed, object to the altera- librarians find Twain offen- their purpose. That the world
the lightning,” Twain wrote. tion of literature for the benefit sive is regrettable. But let’s be has changed, and our language
This is a familiar refrain of illiterates. The fellow who clear: These facts are an indict- with it, is no argument for
among writers and editors, edited the new Twain edition, ment of teachers and librarians rewriting or reconstructing the
who toil in solitary agony — Alan Gribben, isn’t illiterate, who should find another line original creator’s intent. To do
agonize in solitary toil? — of course, and therefore has of work, not that Twain needs so is both an assault on intel-
over the perfect combinations no excuse. He’s a professor of fixin’. lectual property that should be
of vowels and consonants. English at Auburn University. At what point, besides, do sacrosanct, and an insult to the
Finding just the right word, But he aims to increase the we stop with the red pen- intelligence of those whose
when it occurs, is the stuff of likelihood that non-readers cil? When will we have sani- minds we attempt to mold.
arias. will read more Twain if the tized the library such that no A teacher above all others
But what about eliminating author isn’t so offensive. one’s feelings are hurt? Who should be ashamed.
just the “wrong” word? This No one would find this gets to decide? These are not Is the N-word problematic
is for the editor to urge and, in more offensive than Twain, new questions, but they bear in a nation forever shackled
a righteous world, the writer who was, not least, reliably repeating as we seem to know to a racist, slave-owning past?
to decide. pithy about the small-minded less and less. Absolutely. But removing it
The latest affront on and overly sensitive. No one Excising the particular word from books won’t eradicate it
Twain’s word selection, would argue that the word in question would keep busy- from history, nor alter the pain
replacing that N-word with in question isn’t emotionally bodies occupied for the fore- it provokes. Should we talk
“slave,” to protect the sen- charged and, in certain con- seeable future. Other offending about the harm it did and still
sibilities of moderns is the texts, highly offensive. The writers include such luminaries does? Certainly.
work of a well-intentended issue here isn’t whether the as William Faulkner, Flannery But selectively editing lit-
heretic. What was it some- word is good or bad (I person- O’Connor, Robert Penn Warren erature, like history, is denial
one or other said? The road ally despise it), but whether and Herman Melville, among by any other name. When it
to Hell is paved with good one should rewrite another’s countless others. Were these comes to denial and truth, as
intentions. Then again, Twain literary work. writers racist? We cannot read everyone knows, never the
himself recommended Heaven The simple answer is, no. minds, but it seems to me that Twain shall meet.
for the climate and Hell for the As even Gribben concedes, racism and the sort of worldly Kathleen Parker’s e-mail address
company. in Twain’s remarkable work, intelligence that inspires men is Monday, January 10, 2011 The Herald – 5


Ottoville School

6 p.m. — Middle Point
Village Council meets
7-9 p.m. — The Delphos
Canal Commission Annex
Museum, 241 N. Main St.,
will be open.
7 p.m. — Marion Township
trustees at township house.
7:30 p.m. — American Dena Martz photo

Pohlman’s kindergarten class at Franklin Elementary

Legion Auxiliary meets at the
American Legion hall, State
Delphos Eagles Aerie 471 Students in Amber Pohlman’s kindergarten class at Franklin Elementary School include, front from left, Liberty Hutchison, Rylynn Marquiss,
meets at the Eagles Lodge. Camryn Muhlenkamp, Elyse North, Sonya Roeder, Jessa Rostorfer, Hailey Schulien, Haylee Sevitz,, Braxton Sherrick, Eliza Speakman and
Middle Point council meets Madison Stocklin; and back, Julian Calvelage, Caden Carder, Lucas Clay, Damon Gibson, Cole Hoersten, Aiden Lanteigne, Matthew Miller,
at town hall. Mark Stemen, Tyler Springer and Pohlman. Ethan Boedecker, Aiden DeRosia and Gwen Teman were absent.
8 p.m. — Delphos City
Schools Board of Education
Ford offers FFA
meets at the administration
Delphos Knights of scholarships For all your local news, visit
Columbus meet at the K of Randy Custer has
C hall. announced Raabe Motor
Sales, Inc. will join Ford
TUESDAY Motor Company in its ongo-
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite ing commitment to the
at Delphos Senior Citizen National FFA.
Center, 301 Suthoff Street. Ford has committed to a
6 p.m. — Weight Watchers 14th year of the Built Ford
meets at Trinity United Tough – FFA collegiate
Methodist Church, 211 E. scholarship program, which
Third St. will award $1,000 scholar-
6:30 p.m. — Delphos
ships to hundreds of FFA
Lions Club, Eagles Lodge,
members, each co-sponsored
1600 E. Fifth St.
7 p.m. — Delphos City by Ford Dealers like Raabe
Council meets at the munici- Motor Sales, Inc..
pal building, 608 N. Canal St. Ford has supported the
7:30 p.m. — Ottoville National FFA since the first
Emergency Medical Service F-Series truck was intro-
duced in 1948, and has spon-
members meet at the munici-
pal building. sored the Built Ford Tough Local
Ottoville VFW Auxiliary collegiate scholarship pro-
gram since 1997. The pro-
members meet at the hall.
Fort Jennings Local School gram, equally funded by
District board members meet Ford Motor Company and
at the high school library. Ford dealers, has awarded
Alcoholics Anonymous, almost $6.1 million in schol-
First Presbyterian Church, arships to FFA members.

10 $ 99
310 W. Second St. Raabe Motor Sales, Inc.
8:30 p.m. — Elida vil- is sponsoring the Built Ford
lage council meets at the town Tough collegiate scholarship
hall. program for Delphos High
School. For the 2010-2011
Arps Certified 80% Lean
WEDNESDAY school year, they are helping
9 a.m. - noon — Putnam 4 local student(s) attend the Milk Ground Beef
County Museum is open, 202 college of their choice. Save up to $1.20 lb.
E. Main St. Kalida. To be eligible, FFA mem- Whole, 2%, 1%, Skim
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite bers must submit an online Limit 10 - Additionals 2/$3
1/2 gal. Ground Fresh Daily! lb.
at Delphos Senior Citizen 2011 Scholarship Application
Center, 301 Suthoff Street. at and take the
11:45 a.m. — Rotary Club required Signature Page to
meets at the Eagles Lodge, Raabe Motor Sales, Inc. for
1600 E. Fifth St. the dealer endorsement and
4 p.m. — Delphos Public official dealer code; thus On The Vine
Library board members meet providing FFA members the
at the library conference opportunity to meet – and Tomatoes Blueberries Strawberries
room. thank – the dealer for their Save up to 50¢ lb. Save up to $2.20 Save up to $2.00

1 1 2
6 p.m. — Shepherds of support of continuing educa-
Christ Associates meet in the tion.
St. John’s Chapel. “We’re pleased to be able
7 p.m. — Bingo at St. to support the local chapter
$ 49 $ 79 $ 99
John’s Little Theatre. and Ford Motor Company in
lb. pkg. 1 lb. pkg.
its strong commitment to the
THURSDAY National FFA”, Custer said.
9-11 a.m. — The Delphos “All our previous scholarship Maple Walnut
Canal Commission Annex recipients tell us how grate- Rotisserie
Museum, 241 N. Main St., ful they are for the financial Special Recipe Super Chill
will be open. support and how the FFA
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite experience has changed their
Chicken Salad Cookies Water
Save up to $2.00 lb. Save up to $1.00
at Delphos Senior Citizen lives. We want to help these Save $3.00

$ 99 $ 493 2
Center, 301 Suthoff Street. future leaders succeed and
5-7 p.m. — The Interfaith become our customers from
Thrift Shop is open for shop- the start of their careers to
ping. the end — just like many of In the Deli lb. In the Bakery doz. .5 lt./24 pk.
$ 99
8 p.m. — American Legion
their parents and grandpar-
Post 268, 415 N. State St.
Special Recipe
7:30 a.m. — Delphos Homelife Awesome Cookie Ole Carolina
Optimist Club, A&W Drive-
In, 924 E. Fifth St.
Paper Towels Cupcakes Bacon
11:30 a.m. — Mealsite Save $2.00 All Varieties Save 80¢

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at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff Street.
1-4 p.m. — Interfaith Thrift
Store is open for shopping.
$ 99 8 rl.
$ 99 $ 49
In the Bakery 6 ct. 12 oz.
9-11:30 a.m.— Delphos
Project Recycle at Delphos
Fuel and Wash. Grape Russet
9 a.m. to noon — Interfaith
Thrift Store is open for shop- Happy Birthday Tomatoes Potatoes Cauliflower
ping. Save up to $1.98 on 2 Save up to $2.50 Save up to $1.50
St. Vincent DePaul Society,

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4 $ 49 $ 49
located at the east edge of the Art Miller
St. John’s High School park-
ing lot, is open. Kristi Schlatter
12:15 p.m. — Testing of Shiann Kraft
10 lbs. ea.
warning sirens by Delphos
Fire and Rescue
7 p.m. — Bingo at St.
John’s Little Theatre.

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6 – The Herald Monday, January 10, 2010

T-Birds down Jays in archrival game

By JIM METCALFE we haven’t had yet. We knew this was a work in progress
and will continue to be. This
DELPHOS — In the 83rd is almost the beginning of a
renewal of the archrivalry second season for us and we’ll
between St. John’s and Lima get back to work to try and get
Central Catholic Sunday after- better.”
noon, the host Blue Jays found LCC totaled nine miscues
the Thunderbirds too deep and and the same number of fouls.
athletic to deal with, falling LCC visits Ada Friday night in
55-38 at Robert A. Arnzen NWC action.
Gymnasium. “A big adjustment we
The profits from the 25th made defensively was not to
annual Msgr. E.C. Herr crowd 52 (Austin Vogt) at the
Foundation golf outing were free-throw line,” Kill added. Photo submitted
also presented to representa- “That opened up some room
tives from both schools prior for them underneath, especial- Leach pins opponent at Plymouth
to the varsity contest. ly for Klaus; he was killing us
The Thunderbirds (7-2) shot on offensive rebounds the first Jefferson senior Jacob Leach runs a move on
23-of-48 from the field (3-of- half. Once we dropped off of Shamus Berry from Edison during the Plymouth
10 downtown) for 48 percent him, or whomever was there, Wrestling Invitational held Saturday. He eventually
versus 14-of-42 (4-of-22 from we took away anything they pinned Shamus for the win in the 189-pound weight
deep) for 33.3 percent for the did inside.” class.
Blue Jays (2-5). Junior Tyler The Jays added eight fouls
O’Connor in particular was a and senior Scott Klausing

Late free throw

tough matchup for the Blue added four assists. They wel-
Jays as he accounted for 19 come in St. Henry in MAC
counters and 12 boards as the play at 6:30 p.m. (junior var-

lifts Lady Musketeers

T-Birds won their 38th game sity start) Friday.
in the long-running series. The St. John’s JV team
“That is too deep, athletic stayed unbeaten (7-0) as they
and experienced a team to hit 17-of-20 free throws —
deal with. O’Connor is such a including all 12 in the final By JIM METCALFE garnered a 22-18 margin on
tough player to contend with,” four minutes — to subdue a basket by Duffy with 5:45
St. John’s coach Aaron Elwer LCC (7-2) 54-44. showing. From then on, nei-
said. “We didn’t have a lot Four Blue Jays hit double FORT JENNINGS — ther team had more than a
of turnovers overall but when digits: 14 from Ryan Buescher, Junior Morgan Schroeder 5-point lead the rest of the
they turn you over, it leads to 12 by Andrew Metzger and 10 hit the 2nd-of-2 free throws afternoon. After two ties and
fast breaks at the other end. each from Ben Warnecke and with 2.8 ticks left to lift host there lead changes, Saddler’s
Plus, we gave up way too Tanner Calvelage. Fort Jennings to a 56-55 short hook with three ticks
many second and third chances
Tom Morris photo
Martyce Kimbrough guid- girls basketball thriller over on the scoreboard made the
on the defensive boards. When Despite heavy duress from LCC’s Taylor Royster and ed the Thunderbirds with 18 Elida Saturday after- halftime scoreboard
you have a team that has that an unidentified Thunderbird, St. John’s senior Derek (4 bombs) and Bruce Hodges noon at The Fort of read 31-29, Elida.
many weapons — any of eight Klaus goes inside for a deuce Sunday afternoon at Arnzen 12. Fort Jennings High The third period
plays can lead them in scoring Gymnasium. The T-Birds won the annual Sunday matinee VARSITY
School. remained tight as
any given game — and you 55-38 over the host Blue Jays. LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC (55)
Bubba Krieg 1-2-4, Austin Stolly With the score the biggest mar-
give them transition looks and The Jays also canned 3-of-4 within 38-29 on an old-fash- 3-0-6, Tre’on Johnson 3-0-6, Billy
tied at 41 to start gin was 41-36,
offensive rebounds when you
Taflinger 3-0-7, Taylor Roster 1-3-5,
from the line (6-of-8 for the ioned 3-point play by Klaus Corey Stump 0-0-0, John Kidd 1-0-3, the fourth, the final Jennings, on a 3-ball
do get a stop, you’re giving night for 75% against LCC’s at the 1:12 mark. However, an Tyler O’Connor 9-0-19, Jon Steiger 2-1-
period would be as by Wallenhorst with
yourself too big a task.” 6-of-9 for 66.7%). There were O’Connor tip-in with 24 ticks
5. Totals 23-6-55.
ST. JOHN’S (38) most of the rest of three minutes left.
Senior Derek Klaus con- two ties and two lead changes left put the visitors up 40-29. Alex Recker 1-0-3, Derek Klaus
the matchup. With The visitors ended
nected for 15 points and eight as the visitors grabbed a 15-12 A putback by Geise to open 6-3-15, Scott Klausing 1-0-2, Alex Clark
1-1-4, Curtis Geise 4-2-11, Ty Bergfeld six ties and four lead Saddler the period with a 5-0
boards for the home team, edge on a tough inside basket the fourth period once more
while sophomore Curtis Geise
0-0-0, AJ Klausing 1-0-3, Austin Vogt
changes, the biggest mini-run, capped by
by O’Connor with 35 ticks on got the Blue Jays within nine 0-0-0. Totals 14-6-38.
margin in the eight minutes a putback by senior Kayla
added 11. The Jays were once
Score by Quarters:
the clock. — 40-31 — but they could
again without senior Jordan After there were two ties not close any nearer thanks
Lima CC 15 16 9
St. John’s 12 7 10
15 - 55
9 - 38 as four points — 53-49 in Smith (6 boards, 4 steals)
Leininger (injury). and a change of the lead early to a tough-as-nails LCC man-
Three-point goals: Lima Central favor of the Lady Musketeers with 1:08 on the clock, for a
“This was a big weekend in the second period, LCC to-man defense. As well,
Catholic, Taflinger, Kidd, O’Connor; St.
John’s, Geise, Recker, AJ Klausing, (5-7) with 2:55 left. The Lady 41-41 draw.
for Tyler; I’m hoping that now took the lead for good on a O’Connor was key in not let- Clark. Bulldogs (2-8) came back “We didn’t have a good
that he is healthy and also has transition basket by Austin ting the Jays get any closer as
with a 6-0 spurt to grab a matchup with their size; they
his basketball legs back, you’ll Stolly (5 steals) and the T-Bird they put in nine counters in the LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC (44) 55-53 lead on a layin from had a couple of inches at
see more of this from him,” defense shut out the Jays the finale as the visitors shot 7-of- Martyce Kimbrough 7-0-18, Bruce
Hodges 6-0-12, Cory O’Dowd 1-1-3,
senior Kaylin Duffy (10 every position. We emphasize
first-year LCC coach Frank rest of the period. LCC forced 9 from the field. Nick Watkins 0-0-0, Ryan Pitts 1-1-3, markers) with 48 seconds the need to box out and have
Kill noted. “He’s our work- six miscues (13 overall) that “This was another tough Darius West 0-0-0, Sam Huffman 1-0-3, to go. Just nine ticks later, good position,” Myerholtz
horse inside. He is a smart
Cory Stewart 2-2-6. Totals 18-4/12-44.
led to fast-break and transition contest and difficult opponent ST. JOHN’S (54) Fort Jennings senior Taylor added. “Again, we have to be
player who takes smart shots; I chances at the other end. As in a rough 7-game stretch to Troy Warnecke 2-0-6, Ryan Wallenhorst (23 markers on aggressive all the time and go
have a lot of confidence in him well, they began to control the open the season. We’ll finally
Buescher 5-4-14, Ben Warnecke 1-7-
10, Andrew Metzger 3-4-12, Seth 5 bombs, 4 steals) was fouled get the ball. With teams like
and when he’s rebounding like backboards 11-5 (31-22 for get back to some normalcy as Bockey 0-2-2, Josh Rode 0-0-0, Ryan and hit both ends of the bonus Ottoville and Pandora-Gilboa
this, he is a difficult matchup the game, 15-12 offensive) as far as having a full week to get Densel 0-0-0, Tanner Calvelage 4-0-10.
Totals 15-17/20-54. with 39.7 ticks left to tie it with their height, we have to
for any other team.” they built a 31-19 edge on two ready for our next opponent,” Score by Quarters: up. The Lady ’Dawgs then get better at rebounding.”
For at least one quarter, it free throws by Bubba Krieg Elwer added. “We now have Lima CC 9 10 9 16 - 44
turned the ball over, the last Elida canned 19-of-50
was a back-and-forth affair.
St. John’s 14 15 13 12 - 54
with 1:19 showing. 22 practices under our belts Three-point goals: Lima Central of their 23 (15 for the hosts). shots (2-of-12 3-balls) for 38
LCC shot 7-of-15 from the The Jays hung around in the and we’ll get the chance to Catholic, Kimbrough 4; St. John’s, T.
With time running down, the percent and 15-of-23 from
field vs. 4-of-11 for the hosts. third canto, eventually closing really work on some things
Warnecke 2, Metzger 2, Calvelage 2,
Musketeers’ Schroeder (9 the 15-foot line (65.2) and

Grove boys overwhelm Jennings in PCL rout

B. Warnecke.
markers, 5 assists) was trapped added 16 fouls. They host
near the free-throw line and Shawnee Thursday.
it appeared the game was “Amber has to realize
By JIM METCALFE “We have at least five kids Warnecke, due back this week of guys that have hit the headed to overtime. Instead, more that she has to capitalize that are capable of scoring from injury — had any hopes weight room hard; we lift the Bulldogs were called for on those opportunities she has
20 points or more any given of a rally, they were demolished twice a week during the sea- fouling her — much to the inside. She’s capable,” Stetler
COLUMBUS GROVE — game. That makes it tough for in the first 4:40 of the third. son and the effects, as well chagrin of the Lady Bulldog added. “We also have to fig-
Columbus Grove’s boys bas- an opponent,” Grove coach Grove, with Bair erupting for as the improving confidence, faithful — in the act of shoot- ure out that when Amber has
ketball team scored the first Todd Turnwald noted. “For 13, scored the first 17 to open up is starting to show. However, ing with 2.8 ticks going. She the inside controlled, we can
13 points of Saturday night’s example, teams have been pay- a 57-19 bulge. Sophomore Kurt with Spencerville and Leipsic missed the first but sank the extend our defense out a little
Putnam County League tussle ing a lot of attention to Luke Warnecke (8 points) scored six, our next two games, we’ll find second. The Bulldogs got the more on the perimeter.”
at Columbus Grove and never (Kohls) and we needed to get Recker five and Kohli four out a lot about ourselves,” ball to junior Kelsey Smith Fort Jennings notched
looked back as the Adam (Bair) down the stretch to get Turnwald added. (12 points, 7 caroms) on the 21-of-60 shots (6-of-16
Bulldogs destroyed involved the Musketeers within Grove’s JV team was left wing but her off-balance downtown) for 35 percent.
the Musketeers quite a bit. 64-34 before the senior equally dominant, moving to 24-footer missed its mark to They dropped 8-of-14 sin-
84-34. He had a Kohls (15 counters, 9 7-2 with a 57-10 rout. end the game. gles (57.6%), Senior Lauren
“That is just a real- great game, boards) went inside for Brady Shafer notched 15 for “We came out aggressive- Norbeck grabbed seven
ly good team with a one he is a deuce with three ticks the victors. Josh Wittler led the ly on both ends of the court. boards and sophomore Macy
lot of athletes. They capable of to go. Musketeers (0-9) with five. Any time you can score in Schroeder five. They totaled
are very deep, expe- doing every Jennings committed VARSITY the 50s, you’re putting the 16 fouls and host Pandora-
rienced and talented night.” 12 more errors in the FORT JENNINGS (34)
ball in the basket,” Jennings Gilboa 1 p.m. Saturday.
as well,” Jennings T h e period. Tyler Good 1-0-2, Austin Norbeck
0-0-0, Tyler Wiedeman 0-0-0, Nolan coach Matt Myerholtz said. In junior varsity action,
mentor John Von Musketeers The Bulldogs fin- Neidert 0-0-0, Jeremy Kohli 5-1-11,
Bair had a bet- ished it off by throwing “We did a lot of good things two free throws by freshman
Sossan explained. J. Kohli
Kurt Warnecke 4-0-8, Chad Recker
6-1-13, Brandon Kohli 0-0-0. Totals today, like forcing turnovers Torie McAdams (10 markers)
“They turned us over ter shooting a shutout in the finale 16-2-34.
a lot of times and that just percentage (51.6%) than the as the visitors missed all five COLUMBUS GROVE (84) and getting some transition with 36 ticks left gave Elida
leads to easy baskets at the Bulldogs (47.1%). However, shot attempts, one free throw
Colby Meuleman 2-0-6, Jordan
Travis 8-0-17, Bret Schroeder 2-4-9,
going. Unfortunately, we (4-5) the key points to grab a
other end. When you have that the Orange and Black shot and turned it over six times. Connor Kohls 0-0-0, Caleb Grothaus didn’t do it for all 32 min- 25-24 victory.
many turnovers, it’s difficult 16-of-31 (0-of-6 3-balls) to The Bulldogs emptied their
1-0-3, Devin Verhoff 0-0-0, Wade
Heffner 1-2-4, Adam Bair 11-6-28,
utes consistently but we are Sophomore Gabbi German
to stop them.” 32-of-68 for the hosts (6-of-20 bench by the end to grab the Luke Kohls 6-2-15, Derek Rieman 1-0- making progress. We have to led the Lady Musketeers (6-6)
With the Bulldogs (7-0, triples). 50-point blowout. 2, Brady Shafer 0-0-0, Dakota Vogt
0-0-0, Colin Grothaus 0-0-0. Totals
continue to get better.” with seven.
2-0 PCL) extending their pres- The Musketeers tried to stay “We still have a lot of 32-14-84. The Bulldogs outrebound-
sure defense, they boxed in close in period two, putting up young players we’re using and Score by Quarters: ed the hosts 44-27 (11-7 VARSITY
ELIDA (55)
the Musketeers (0-9, 0-1 PCL) 13 points, with junior Jeremy getting Cody back should give
Fort Jennings 6 13 15 0 - 34
Col. Grove 18 22 26 18 - 84 offensive) as senior Amber Lindsay Peters 1-7-9, Kaylin Duffy
in forcing six turnovers (of 34 Kohli (11 markers, 6 boards) us a boost, not only rebound- Three-point goals: Fort Jennings, Saddler dominated with 21 5-0-10, Julie Stirn 2-0-5, Kayla Smith
total versus a mere 7 for the putting up seven. However, ing but handling the ball,”
none; Columbus Grove, Meuleman 2,
boards (9 points, 5 blocks).
3-0-6, Kelsey Smith 3-5-12, Amber
Travis, Schroeder, Cal. Grothaus, L. Saddler 3-3-9, Kerstein Shurelds 2-0-4.
home team) in the first nine the 6-4 senior Bair (28 coun- Von Sossan added. “I wish Kohls. “it was unfortunate that Totals 19-15-55.
possessions (10 for the peri- ters, 8 rebounds) took over the best of luck to Grove; it’s -----
JUNIOR VARSITY it came down to that late FORT JENNINGS (56)
od), fueling their high-tempo in the paint with nine coun- going to take a heck of a team
Morgan Schroeder 4-1-9, Mindy
FORT JENNINGS (10) foul call. We have to realize Merricle 0-0-0, Kristina Clippinger 3-0-
attack. Junior Jordan Travis ters as the Bulldogs began to to beat them.” Dylan Eldridge 0-1-1, Seth Ricker
the situation,” Elida first-year 6, Macy Schroeder 4-1-9, Kelsey Von
(17 counters) scored nine dominate the glass 12-6 (35- Nolan Neidert added six
0-0-0, Brett Clay 0-0-0, Petey Van Loo Lehmden 0-0-0, Taylor Wallenhorst
0-0-0, Josh Wittler 2-1-5, Logan Sickles coach Deb Stetler noted. “All 7-4-23, Lauren Norbeck 3-2-9, Kendra
points of the first 13 by the 22 overall, 18-4 offensive) and boards for the visitors, who hit 0-0-0, Caleb Bankey 0-0-0, Brandon
we have to do is play good Klausing 0-0-0. Totals 21-8-56.
Bulldogs before senior Tyler stretched their lead to 40-17 2-of-8 free throws (25%) and
Kohli 0-2-2, Drew Stechschulte 0-0-0,
Colin Sickles 1-0-2. Totals 3-4-10. defense and the worst we have Score by Quarters:
Good scored the Musketeers’ late in the canto. Kohli — who tallied up 17 fouls. They host COLUMBUS GROVE (57) Elida 15 16 19
is overtime. We also had too Ft. Jennings 18 11 12 15 - 56
14 - 55
first points at 1:33. The was one of only four visitors Kalida 6 p.m. (junior varsity Colin Grothaus 2-0-5, Dakota Vogt
2-0-4, Trevor Schroeder 1-3-5, Blake many turnovers; we’re still Smith; Three-point goals: Elida, Stirn, Ke.
Bulldogs pushed the lead back to dent the scorebook — drove start) Friday. Hoffman 1-0-3, Derek Rieman 2-1-5, Fort Jennings, Wallenhorst 5,
up to 18-4 before sophomore for a deuce with 33 seconds on Grove netted 14-of-17 sin- Clay Diller 3-0-7, Josh Tussing 1-3- trying to figure things out, Norbeck.
Chad Recker (13 markers, 5 the clock for a 40-19 halftime gles (82.4%) and added 12
5, Brady Shafer 5-5-15, Will Vorhees
3-0-6, Caleb Grothaus 1-0-2. Totals
like the need to take care of
the ball on every possession.
caroms) grabbed a misfire for score. fouls. They visit Spencerville 21-12-57. JUNIOR VARSITY
a putback with a tick left for If the Musketeers — still Friday. Three-point goals: Fort Jennings,
none; Columbus Grove, Col. Grothaus,
Like a lot of teams, we’re ELIDA (25)

an 18-6 Grove edge. without 6-4 junior Cody “We have a mature group Hoffman, Diller. progressing.” Ericka Kiel 0-0-0, Morgan Morton
0-0-0, Ashley Lowry 3-1-7, Cassidy
The Musketeers’ extended Slusher 2-0-4, Bo Kim 0-0-0, Torie

Ottoville battles but shooting trouble leads to loss man-to-man defense put the McAdams 4-2-10, Carly Stetler 0-0-0,
Ericka Smith 1-2-4. Totals 10-5-14-25.
visitors in a hole in a hurry, FORT JENNINGS (24)
forcing seven errors in the Kaitlin Stechschulte 0-0-0, Nicole
By AUSTIN CLARKSON However, Saturday night Minster jumped out to Minster shot 13-for-24 in
first 11 possessions in build- Reanne Higginbotham 0-0-0, Jenna
Ricker 3-0-6, Kristen Maag 2-0-4,
The Delphos Herald at Ottoville High School, the a 19-11 lead after the first the first half (54%), while
austinclarkson_24@ Big Green’s hustle and deter- quarter of play and looked the Big Green only knocked ing a 16-6 lead. Back came Von Sossan 0-0-0, Ashley Gable mination wasn’t enough as to start setting the tempo of down 6-for-25 for only 24 the Bulldogs — after they 1-1-3, Gabbi German 3-1-7, Alyssa
Schimmoeller 0-0-0, Emily Kehres
they had a very hard time the game. However, a well- percent from the field. steadied their ballhandling 0-0-0, Kelsey Klausing 0-0-0, Cassie
OTTOVILLE — The shooting the basketball and played second quarter for the Minster worked the ball — and rallied within 18-15 Lindeman 1-0-2, Gina Stechschulte
1-0-2. Totals 11-2/6-24.
Ottoville Big Green boys putting points on the board as Big Green kept them in the inside to their big man on 1-of-2 singles by Saddler Score by Quarters:
basketball team always plays the Minster Wildcats defeat- game as they only trailed by Mitchel Poeppelman in the with 52 ticks to go. Elida 5 6 8 6 - 25
very hard and for the full 32 ed the home team by a score nine points — 33-24 — head- The visiting Orange and Ft. Jennings 8 2 3 11 - 24
Three-point goals: Elida, none; Fort
minutes of the game. of 53-39. ing into intermission. See OTTOVILLE, page 7 Black kept up that trend and Jennings, none. Monday, January 10, 2010 The Herald — 7

Rodgers leads Packers

over Vick, Eagles 21-16
By ROB MAADDI Favre and now has punctuated cost the NFC East champi- thought.
The Associated Press his impressive resume with his ons a chance at a first-round The battle-tested Ravens
humbled a youthful Kansas City
first playoff win. bye and it seemed their Super offense in a smothering second
PHILADELPHIA — “Milestone? That’s what Bowl hopes went down with half Sunday, holding the Chiefs to
Aaron Rodgers watched you talk about. We don’t that defeat. 25 yards over the final two quarters
en route to a 30-7 victory. Now it’s
helplessly from the sideline, look at it that way,” Packers Then again, the Eagles back to Pittsburgh on Saturday in
hoping the defense could get coach Mike McCarthy said. might have advanced if Pro the second round of the AFC play-
a big stop to preserve his big- “Aaron’s got a lot of foot- Bowl kicker David Akers offs, a showdown between bitter
gest win. ball left in front of him. hadn’t missed field goals of division rivals who split their season
When Tramon He’s going to be play- 41 and 34 yards. The Ravens (13-4) stopped what
Williams intercepted ing for a long time and “We can all count and Kansas City does best. The No.
Michael Vick’s pass in I think those conversa- those points would have 1 rushing offense in the NFL was
held to 108 yards on the ground.
the end zone, Rodgers tions should be talked helped,” Eagles coach Andy Matt Cassel was sacked three times.
threw his hands up about at the end in my Reid said. The Ravens forced five turnovers.
and pumped his fist. opinion.” The supposedly one- And Pro Bowl wide receiver Dwayne
Bowe, who led the league with a
It was a low-key celebration It wasn’t Rodgers’ fault dimensional Packers found team-record 15 receiving touch-
by Brett Favre standards but Green Bay lost 51-45 in over- a running game by giving downs, did not catch a pass.
Photo submitted perhaps one that was fitting time to Arizona last January. the ball to Starks. The sixth- He was so blanketed by the
— Rodgers has finally shed These aren’t the same Packers. round pick who played in just
Ravens defense, he was never
Kleman wins match at Woodmore Classic the ghost of Favre. This patchwork squad has three games had 101 yards
even thrown to.
The defensive onslaught began
Columbus Grove 130-pounder Dylan Kleman He’s building his own lega- 10 new starters and a much rushing all year. The Packers in the third quarter, when Jamaal
cy with the Green Bay Packers stronger defense. have had trouble running after Charles lost 5 yards on fourth-and-
attempts to pin Huron’s Spencer Maddox at the and now has his first playoff Clay Matthews, Charles
inches. From then on, the Chiefs
Woodmore Classic. Kleman eventually pinned Maddox Ryan Grant went down for were helpless to move the ball or
victory. Rodgers threw three Woodson and Co. contained the season in Week 1 but stop the Ravens.
in 3:34. TD passes while seldom-used Vick for the most part. He they exposed weaknesses in The Chiefs (10-7), who had
made a franchise-record 6-game
rookie James Starks ran for threw for 292 yards and ran Philadelphia’s defense. improvement to win their first AFC

Lady Green dominates Grove girls 123 yards in a 21-16 wild-

card win over Philadelphia
for 33 in his first playoff start
since losing the 2005 NFC
The Eagles got within 21-16
when Vick sneaked in from the
West title in seven years, now go
into the NFL record book as the
Eagles on Sunday. championship game on the 1 with 4:02 left. The 2-point
only franchise with seven straight
By DAVE BONINSEGNA nected on three consecutive “Well, in all my time being same field as a member of the
playoff losses.
The Delphos Herald baskets late in the second to conversion failed but the Ed Reed was not on the team
a football fan, I have never Atlanta Falcons. defense held and Philadelphia flight back to Baltimore. The Pro open up a 40-4 advantage seen one player win a game Vick has come a long Bowl safety boarded a private
got the ball back at the Packers
before Ricker ended the half all by himself,” Rodgers said. way since he was one of the 34 with 1:45 left. Vick com-
flight to Louisiana, where his family
was still waiting for word about his
OTTOVILLE — on a WNBA 3-point connec- “It’s a good team win for us game’s biggest stars during pleted passes of 28 yards to younger brother who was believed
Dominance. tion sent the Bulldogs into and I will let you guys write his days in Atlanta. He missed DeSean Jackson and 11 yards
to have disappeared Friday morn-
That one word sums up the locker room down 40-7. what you want on that.” two seasons while serving 18 to Cooper before he threw the
ing beneath the waters of the
Mississippi River.
the girls basketball contest on The Lady Green came out Rodgers was merely a months in prison for his role pick from the 27. The Ravens gave Reed the
Saturday afternoon in the second half and spectator while Vick near- in a dogfighting operation, Trailing 14-3, the Eagles
game ball.
Reed said his family wanted
between the Ottoville picked up from where ly led the Eagles back. But played sparingly in a backup got back in it when their him to play. The NFL interceptions
Lady Green and the they started; Koch Williams picked his thrown role last year and only got struggling defense forced leader made four tackles, includ-
Columbus Grove nailed a three from intended for Riley Cooper his chance after Matthews a turnover on the first pos-
ing a bone-crushing hit on Dexter
McCluster in the second half.
Lady Bulldogs at the left side to extend with 33 seconds left to end knocked Kevin Kolb out in session of the second half. Joe Flacco threw two touch-
L.W. Heckman the lead to 46-10 and it, sending the sixth-seeded Green Bay’s 27-20 win in Darryl Tapp knocked the ball down passes for the Ravens. But it
Gymnasium. rolled off the next Packers (11-6) to Atlanta (13- Philadelphia in Week 1. out of Rodgers’ hands and was the vaunted Baltimore defense
that sent about 70,000 shivering
The Bulldogs six points before the 3) for a divisional playoff Vick made the most of the Juqua Parker recovered at the fans home with one more playoff
scored the first basket of the Bulldog’s Nikki Stechschulte game next Saturday night. opportunity. He had the best Packers 24. loss, a streak that stretches back 17
contest but that would be the scored a deuce and Renee Favre may have run on the season of his career and was Vick then made a per- years to the 1994 AFC champion-

only highlight of the game Karhoff hit one at the buzzer field and carried Williams off selected to start the Pro Bowl fect 24-yard TD pass over
ship game.
on his shoulder after that play, for the NFC. the middle to Jason Avant,
for the guests as the Green to end the third stanza with a a big grin on his face. Rodgers This was the Packers’ third
The Associated Press
used a 29-0 run from the first 52-14 score. who was surrounded by four Wild-card Playoffs
is a little more subdued than straight win in an elimination defenders, to cut it to 14-10.
Saturday’s Results
and second periods to come The hosts finished off No. 4, though. He grabbed his game. They routed the Giants
Seattle 41, New Orleans 36
away with a decisive 69-21 things in the final stanza Green Bay responded, with N.Y. Jets 17, Indianapolis 16
helmet and went out to kneel on Dec. 26 to stay alive in the Rodgers throwing a 16-yard Sunday’s Results
victory. with much of the down for the final play. playoff race and beat Chicago Baltimore 30, Kansas City 7
TD pass to Brandon Jackson
Tasha Kaufman same as the previ- Rodgers has shown patience last week to secure a berth. to extend the lead to 21-10,
Green Bay 21, Philadelphia 16
Divisional Playoffs
led Ottoville with 18 ous three, using bal- before. He waited three years The Eagles were the talk and the Eagles were unable to Saturday’s Games
points, while Lauren anced scoring with to become Green Bay’s starter of the NFL after a sensa- rally all the way back. Baltimore at Pittsburgh, 4:30 p.m.
Koch added 12 and six players adding and took over after Favre’s tional comeback win at the Flacco leads Ravens past
Green Bay at Atlanta, 8 p.m. (FOX)
Lauren Kramer con- to their totals and messy departure before the New York Giants on Dec. young Chiefs 30-7 Sunday’s Games
tributed 11 in the just two buckets 2008 season. He long ago 19. But a stunning loss to KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Maybe Seattle at Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX)
win; all but three from the field for made Packers fans forget lowly Minnesota on Dec. 28 the great Baltimore defense isn’t
aging as quickly as some people
N.Y. Jets at New England, 4:30
p.m. (CBS)
players got into the the visitors.
scorebook for the In the JV contest, Ottoville
hosts. the hosts won by a (Continued from page 6) factor as Ottoville shot 5-for- they travel to Crestview to take Score by Quarters:
first half; when that didn’t 19 in the second half, while the on the Knights in a non-league
Minster 19 14 10 10 - 53
Anna Ricker put Ricker commanding count Ottoville 11 13 10 5 - 39
in five points for the of 48-11, not giving work, they kicked the ball out- Wildcats shot 8-for-19. battle. Three-point goals: Minster, M.
Bulldogs. up a point until late side — where they had several Ottoville coach Tom Von Minster (5-1) also defeat- Poeppelman 3 Keitkamp, Niemeyer,
Hoying; Ottoville, Pohlman, Honigford,
The Green caused 29 turn- in the second period. players capable of knocking Sossan thought his team played ed the Ottoville reserves by a Hohlbein.
overs in the contest, while Ottoville hosts Continental it down on a consistent basis hard but shots were just not score of 43-21. ----
giving up the ball just 12 Thursday, while Grove enter- — to hit the open 3-pointer. falling: “This has been a prob- VARSITY MINSTER (43)
Minster tallied up five 3ss in lem for us all year and it con- Andrew Knapke 3-0-8, Austin
times. tains Spencerville. the half and shot 6-for-17 from tinued tonight. We will have
Andrew Knapke 0-0-0, Chase Knapke 1-0-3, Kurtis Thobe 2-0-4, Ethan
Grove hit just two baskets the 3-point line for the game. someone step up for us one Paxon 0-0-0, Devon Poeppelman Wolf 2-1-5, Vince Brown 1-4-6, Austin
McKenzie 1-0-3, Jay Eilerman 2-2-6,
from the field in the first half COLUMBUS GROVE (21)
Breanne Halker 0-0-0, Anna Minster had two play- game and then the next game
2-2-6, Ross Heitkamp 8-0-17, Mitchel
Poeppelman 5-0-13, Doug Huber 3-1-
Ryan Hoying 3-0-8. Totals 15-7-43.
as Ricker was the only scorer Ricker 2-0-5, Nikki Stechschulte ers in double figures as Ross they won’t be there for us and 7, Brett Meiring 0-0-0, Adam Niemeyer
Ryan Honigford 2-0-4, Derek
in that time. She hit the first 2-0-4, Katelyn Scott 0-0-0, Kelsey Heitkamp led his team with we are just still looking to find
2-0-5, Ryan Hoying 1-0-3, Jacob
Goodwin 0-0-0, Daniel Gusching 0-2-
Schimmoeller 0-2-2, Luke Schimmoeller
and last baskets of the first Fruchey 1-1-4, Renee Karhoff 17 points, while Poepplman someone to be consistent for 2. Totals 21-5/8-53.
2-0-5, Matt Burgei 1-1-3, Cory Fischer
0-0-0, Alex Horstman 0-1-1, Bryan
half, hitting a 3-pointer at the 1-0-2, Cassie Stechschulte 1-0-
2, CeCe Utendorf 0-4-4. Totals added 13 points, including us night in and out.” OTTOVILLE (39)
Nathan Turnwald 0-2-2, Josh
Hohlbein 1-0-2, Cory Honigford 2-0-4.
buzzer headed to the break. 7-5/6-21. three 3-pointers. Pacing Big Green was Scott Schroeder 0-0-0, Scott Pohlman 6-7-
Totals 8-4-21.
Score by Quarters:
The 15:58 seconds in OTTOVILLE (69) Ottoville came out of the Pohlman who netted 20 points 20, Travis Eickholt 0-0-0, Greg Rue 1-2-
4, Ryan Honigford 1-0-3, Jared Byrne
Minster 7 10 12 14 - 43
between Ricker’s buck- Rachel Turnwald 1-1-3, Megan locker room trying to cut into in the loss, going 7-for-8 at 0-2-2, Bryan Hohlbein 1-0-3, Kevin
Ottoville 5 2 5 9 - 21
Three-point goals: Minster, An.
ets were all Ottoville. Kari 12, Kari Beining 2-0-6, Nicole
Bendele 2-1-5, Lauren Koch 5-1- the lead. The Big Green got the the line and also grabbed six Schnipke 2-1-5. Luke Schimmoeller Knapke 2, Hoying 2, Au. Knapke,
Beining drained a long ball Vorst 0-0-0, Lauren Kramer lead down to four points early boards. The next leading scor- 0-0-0. Totals 11-14/18-39. McKenzie; Ottoville, L. Schimmoeller.

with 3:03 to go in the first 4-0-11, Tasha Kaufman 7-3-18, in the third quarter; however, er for the Big Green was Kevin
stanza to make it a 7-2 contest Rachel Beining 2-0-4, Krista that was the closest they would
get as the Wildcats started to
Schnipke, who only tallied up
five points on the night.
and Kaufman completed an Schimmoeller 0-0-0, Abby Siefker
3-0-6, Melissa Schnipke 1-0-2, take over and grab the momen- With the loss, the Big 231 S. Walnut St.
11-0 streak with a shot from Tonya Kaufman 1-0-2, Taylor
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line late in the first to cut Ottoville 16 24 12 17 - 69
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005 Lost & Found 005 Lost & Found 080 Help Wanted 501 Misc. for Sale
Lab around 115lbs. Has IN NEED of retail clerk & CENTRAL BOILER out-
long-haired female older
To place an ad call: 419-695-0015
red shock collar on. 20257 embroiderer. 20 to 40 door wood furnaces start-
dog. Approx. 60lbs. Found ing at $4995.00. Up to
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(Rushmore) starter, and willing to learn $1,000 Rebate, limited
area around Krendl Ma-
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19176 Venedocia- and understand the busi- time. (419)358-5342
Eastern Rd., ness. Send replies to Box
GEHL Skid Loader

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150 c/o Delphos Herald,
405 N. Main St., Delphos,
OH 45833
30hp gas $2,150.
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2010 Pontiac G6 Stock 10H116 .................................. $17,900 ferred, Send replies to Box on Gressel Drive: Maxi-

2010 Buick Enclave Stock 10F95........................ $33,400 080 Help Wanted 149 c/o Delphos Herald,
405 N. Main St., Delphos,
mum security achieved in-
side our fenced facility
OH 45833
2010 Buick LaCrosse Stock 10/141 ................ $25,500 with access via your per-

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2010 Chevrolet Equinox Stock 10H121 .... $22,800 years experience. Send
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Resume to Alexander &
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plications for the following
positions for the 2011 sea-
2010 Chevrolet HHR Stock 10H124................... $13,900 Hwy. Van Wert, OH
45891 E.O.E.
202 N. Washington Street
Delphos, OH 45833
Office: 419-692-2249
Fax: 419-692-2205
son: Recreation Director,
1 BDRM Apt. 321 S. Ca-
Pool Manager, Head Life-
2010 Chevrolet Impala Stock 10J148.......... $13,500 CONTROLLER
Krista Schrader .......................419-233-3737 guard, Lifeguard, Pool
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Ruth Baldauf-Liebrecht ..........419-234-5202
2010 Chevrolet Malibu Stock 10H111 .......... $16,400 KRENDL Machine Co., a
Amie Nungester ......................419-236-0688
Staff, seasonal mainte -
nance and umpires. Appli- 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath, Town-
long established NW
2010 Chev Silverado 1500 Stock 10L172 $28,900 Ohio-based manufacturer Janet Kroeger .........................419-236-7894 cations and job descrip- house apt for rent. No
tions are available during pets. (419)692-5853.
2010 Pontiac G6 Stock 10F80..................................... $14,900 of retail, commercial and
industrial machinery is
Stephanie Clemons.................419-234-0940
regular business hours or
Judy M.W. Bosch ....................419-230-1983 LARGE DOWNTOWN
2009 Chev Tahoe Stock 10J152 ................................ $39,900 currently seeking an expe- Molly Aregood .........................419-605-5265
the City of Delphos web-
site at: Delphos Apt. 4BR, 1-1/2
rienced accounting profes-
2009 Chevrolet Traverse Stock 10L163.. $23,900 sional. This position will
Jon Moorman ..........................419-234-8797
ployment.htm Mail com-
BA, Kitchen, DR, Large
LR, 2 entrances, Ample
2008 Chevrolet Impala Stock 10/129........... $15,900 oversee the financial af-
fairs of the organization VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO VIEW A FULL LIST pleted forms to City of Del- parking,
phos, Attn: Parks Superin- refrigerator/stove/kitchen
2008 Buick Enclave Stock 10H120 ..................... $31,700 and preparation of finan- OF PROPERTIES & OPEN HOUSES! tendent, 608 N. Canal St., table furnished. 233 1/2 N.
cial analyses of opera -
2008 Chevrolet Cobalt Stock 10G81A................ $9,950 tions; including interim and WWW.SCHRADERREALTY.NET Delphos, OH 45833 Main $650/mo. & utilities.
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2008 Chevrolet Colorado Stock10G81A $17,995 final financial statements, (419)236-6616.
for the guidance of man- 290 Wanted to Buy
2008 Chevrolet Equinox Stock 10H115 .... $17,500
2008 Chevrolet Impala Stock 10H110 ......... $14,900
agement. Also directly re-
sponsible for the purchas-
ing, A/P, A/R and payroll
Land 620 Duplex For Rent
2008 Chevrolet Malibu Stock 10H118 .......... $14,900 functions. Raines 415 E. 8th. Brick, 2
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2008 Chev Silverado 1500 Stock 10L168 . $21,900 Qualified candidates must Jewelry tains, lawn care, No Pets,
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2008 GMC Envoy Stock 10J156 .................................. $22,500 gree and 5 or more years Cash for Gold 419-236-9301/419-692-
Scrap Gold, Gold Jewelry,
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Stock 10L165 .. $13,900 of accounting experience
or an equivalent combina- Silver coins, Silverware,

2007 Buick LaCrosse Stock 10G100............... $12,500 tion of education and ex- • 31 years experience Pocket Watches, Diamonds. HALF DUPLEX in Del-
phos. 3 BR, basement
2007 Buick LaCrosse Stock 10G97................. $13,900
perience. This position re-
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• Certified Auctioneers 2330 Shawnee Rd.
$450/mo. plus $500 de-
2007 Buick Lucerne Stock 10J149 .................... $20,495 edge of accounting, com- Institute (CAI) (419) 229-2899
posit. Plus all utilities. No
pets. References required.
2007 Buick Rendezvous Stock 10G107 .... $19,900
puter literacy, proficiency
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• Certified Estate Specialist (419)695-2881.
300 Household Goods 800 House For Sale
and the ability to supervise
2007 Chevrolet Colorado Stock 10C30 .. $17,200 multiple direct reports. Ex-
• Bob Gamble, Broker and
2007 Chevrolet Impala Stock 10F86 ........... $11,795 cellent skills in organizing
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2007 Chevrolet Impala Stock 10F83 ........... $11,795 well as, business writing
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NEW, QUEEN plush top
mattress, never used, still completed soon.
and communication skills.
2007 Chevrolet Impala Stock 10F85 ........... $11,795 Knowledge of Windows the appraisal and marketing
sealed in original wrapper. Can customize to you.
607 W. 7th St., Delphos.
$75.00. (260)749-6100.
2007 Chevrolet Impala Stock 10C44 ........... $13,300 based business software
(Global Shop Solutions) a of farmland 0 Down, Home Warranty
Free appliances.
2006 Buick LaCrosse Stock 10H117 ............... $12,900 plus. USED WASHER /Dryer 419-586-8220
for sale $200 call
2006 Chevrolet Equinox Stock 10I139 ...... $14,200 Send resume AND salary (419)302-5902 after 3pm.

2005 Buick Park Avenue Stock 10K150A...... $9,995 requirements to: FULL REMODEL

360 Building Materials

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2005 Chevrolet Equinox Stock 10K106B ........ $9,150 1201 Spencerville Ave. 122 N. Washington St. 829 Moening St., Delphos
Delphos, Ohio 45833
2005 Chevrolet Equinox Stock 10J154 ..... $10,610 Van Wert, OH Can customize to you.
0 Down, Home Warranty
2005 Chev Silverado 1500 Stock 10L169 . $12,800 Attn.: Human
Resources/Controller (419) 605-8300 STEEL BUILDING YEAR
Free appliances.
2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Stock 10L157A ...... $9,450 Office: (419) 238-5555 THOUSANDS! Canceled
POSITION: GROUP Orders, Repo’s. 30x35,
2004 GMC Sierra 1500 Stock 10L170A ........ $12,900 Home Custodian 16x20, 24x25, others. Lim- USE YOUR tax return for
2004 Olds Silhouette Stock 10H126 ................ $11,995 Basic Function and Scope ited supply selling for Bal- a downpayment on a new

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2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Stock 10L123A .............. $6,995 cleanliness of the offices, Display Program Savings. rates are rising. We work
kitchens, bathrooms, bed- 866-352-0469. with credit dings and will
2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser Stock 10G10A .... $5,995 rooms and living spaces. help you with
2002 Cadilac DeVille Stock 10J143 ....................... $7,995
Other Custodial Duties financing. Locally owned
may include: assisting in and operated.
2002 GMC Envoy Stock 10K133A ..................................... $7,995 kitchen when needed. call 419-586-8220 or visit
Will: Clean, dust, deodor- FORD, LINCOLN, INC. !
2002 Pontaic Grand Prix Stock 10L159A ...... $7,595 ize and disinfect

2001 Chevrolet Malibu Stock 10L164 ................ $6,595 restrooms, bedrooms and

2000 Buick LeSabre Stock 10L167 .......................... $4,895

offices, sweep, mop,
scrub, wax, buff, shampoo
JANUARY INVENTORY 0 DOWN, warranty, free
appliances, Remodeled
home. A great country 4
2000 Buick LeSabre Stock 10I142 ........................... $5,795
2000 Chevrolet Lumina Stock 10L147A ........... $3,995
and vacuum hallways,
stairs, office space and
carpets & rugs, empty
REDUCTION SALE! bed, 1 1/2 Bath home
in Lincolnview school dis-
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1996 Pontiac Grand Prix Stock 10K87A........ $2,395

trash and clean windows.
Must be able to lift 15 lbs. CARS paint, landscape, new
central air, water
Qualifications: High Stock No. NOW
1994 Pontiac Grand Prix Stock 10K158A...... $1,695 heater, new lighting, up-
School Diploma or GED
6787 2010 FORD FOCUS SEL ................. 4 dr., 4 cyl, full power, leather, 500 miles ........... $15,995 dated plumbing and elec-
1966 Buick 225 Stock 06G134 ...................................... $14,900 Shift: Monday - Friday
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tric, some new

windows, 19176 Venedo-
Service - Body Shop - Parts Salary: $10.00 - $14.00 6759 2008 LINCOLN MKZ ...................... FWD V/6, full power, leather................................ $16,495 cia-Eastern Rd., Venedo-
Mon., Tues., Thurs. per hour Benefits: Retire-
& Fri. 7:30 to 5:00 ment Package Available, 6754 2008 MERCURY MILAN............... FWD, 4 cyl., full power, moonroof....................... $11,995 cia. 419-586-8220.

Wed. 7:30 to 7:00
Closed on Sat. Vacation, Sick Days and 6790 2008 FORD FUSION SEL............... FWD, V/6, full power, moonroof, leather ............. $17,495
Health Insurance
6791 2008 FORD TAURUS LIMITED .. FWD, V/6. Full power, moonroof, 23,000 miles...$16,995
Sales Department
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Mon. & Wed. 8:30 to 8:00
Home Custodian, P.O. 6803 2008 FORD FUSION SE.....FWD, 4 Cyl, full power, spoiler...............................................$13,495
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VISIT US ON THE WEB @ & Fri. 8:30 to 5:30; Box 150, Van Wert, Ohio 6737 2007 FORD FOCUS SES................. 4 Dr., 4 cyl., AT, air, SC, 46,000 miles ................. $10,895
Sat. 8:30 to 1:00
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IN DELPHOS 419-692-3015 TOLL FREE 1-888-692-3015 January 14, 2011 6760 2006 DODGE CHARGER RT........ V/8, Hemi, nav., full power .................................. $13,495 Midwest Ohio
6740 2006 MERCURY MILAN............... FWD, 4 Dr., V/6, full power, 18,000 mi. ................ $13,495 Auto Parts

6771 2006 BUICK LUCERNE CXL......... 4 dr., V/6, full power, leather, 65,000 mi. ............. $12,795 Specialist
6792 2002 FORD FOCUS ZX3 ............... 3Dr, 4cyl, 5sp., Air, pw S.C.,................................... $4,695 Windshields Installed, New
6781A1999 OLDSMOBILE INTRIGUE GX 4 dr., 4 cyl, power ................................................... $3,995 Lights, Grills, Fenders,Mirrors,

LG HDTVs 950 Car Care POHLMAN 950 Transmission 6712A1998 BUICK LESABER ................... Custom, 4dr, V6, full power, 85,000 miles.............. $4,795 Hoods, Radiators
6750A 1997 FORD ESCORT LX.....V/6, 4 Cyl, AT, 1 owner............................................................. $2,495 4893 Dixie Hwy, Lima
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• standard transmission
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2 miles north of Ottoville
6793 2008 MERCURY MARINER.....FWD, 4 Cyl, full power, moonroof, 19,000 miles........... $16,995
419-453-3620 6757A 2008 FORD EDGE SEL.....FWD, Vistaroof, leather, chrome wheels. ............................... $20,995
Life Tastes 950 Construction HERRON 6704 2007 MERCURY MARINER LUXURY.FWD, full power, moonroof ............................. $14,995
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Income impeded Tomorrow’s


by freeloaders By Bernice Bede Osol

Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011

Dear Annie: My wife and good friends, they should not A number of impediments that
previously blocked your road to
I are in our mid-60s. For most be surprised if you simply tell success are likely to be lifted in the
of our lives, we have done them that Jim finds social- coming months. Once these are gone,
pretty well, but lately we’ve izing difficult and he’d rather a clear path will open up for you,
had financial difficulties be at home. making it easier to attain your goals
and objectives.
because our incomes have Dear Annie: I have a CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
been significantly decreased better response for “Dad’s 19) - Don’t confuse wishful thinking
while our debt has not. My Personal Bank,” who said he with the positive kind, because the
health is failing, and I don’t and his older brother provide two are totally dissimilar. Positive
thinking produces desirable results,
know how much longer I can for their father, who com- while wishful thinking only produces
continue to work. plains that it isn’t enough confusion.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -
During the good times, we and then takes vacations with Friends or associates are as entitled to
allowed our daughter and her their younger brother. You their opinions as you are. Don’t make
husband to move into the should have told him to cut a big deal out of thinking their way is
second unit of the duplex we Dad off. too different or strange.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
own. We charged I am 87, and - Unless you make certain that you
minimal rent, my son is 62. For analyze developments from a practical
which they soon 30 years, we have perspective, there is a chance that you
might do something that is totally
stopped paying given to relatives infeasible or goes against your better
altogether. They on both sides of the judgment.
don’t work and family. We have ARIES (March 21-April 19)
do nothing to help financed homes and - Don’t be too proud to admit that
something in which you’re involved
around the house. cars and issued per- is way beyond your scope or talents. BEETLE BAILEY
They help them- sonal loans. If it is Better to ‘fess up rather than mess up.
selves to our food a gift, they know it. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - It
behooves you to be reasonable about
without telling us, If it is a loan, they your prices without giving away the
so when we go to know it. We are the store. When you make an honest deal,
the refrigerator, bankers, and we you can be certain that you’ll get far
more back in return.
it is often empty. Annie’s Mailbox dictate the terms. If GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
They have trashed there are hard feel- Don’t be wishy-washy about taking
their living space, and I need ings, too bad. a firm stance when it’s called for.
to get them out so I can get We have invested a couple By showing that you have a strong
backbone, you will win the respect
some rent coming in. of million dollars in these rel- and consideration that you deserve.
When I tell them about atives, and if anybody com- CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
my financial situation, their plains, they are blacklisted. There is a strong probability that it will
be easier for you to make promises
response is, “It’s not our We don’t finance vacations than it will be for you to keep them.
problem.” When I say they or drug habits. I refused to Don’t forsake your good intentions,
must move out, they tell me bail out a nephew who got but protect yourself in the process.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Be
what an evil person I am. I caught driving without a careful not to let your generosity work
don’t know how to end this license. When I am 100, I against you if you become involved
without totally destroying will turn this whole situation with the wrong people. Recognize
what little family we have over to my son, who will then when you are being manipulated and
beat a hasty retreat.
left. Any ideas? -- Slowly be 75 and can have the fun VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Be
Drowning in Culver City of dealing with the relatives. grateful for any little favor or small
Dear Culver City: Your -- D.C. concession you get from your dealings
with associates. By having unrealistic
daughter and her husband are Dear D.C.: Not everyone expectations, all you will experience
freeloaders who are taking (especially a child) is willing is disappointment.
advantage of your reluctance to take such a hard line, but LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
to throw them out. Where we’re glad it works for you. Don’t allow unrealistic evaluations of
situations or people to crowd out your
does your wife stand on this? Annie’s Snippet, cred- insightful optimism and common
You two need to present a it Martin Luther King, Jr.: sense. You’ll quickly find out that
united front when you inform “Faith is taking the first step there is nothing to be gained from
your daughter that you can even when you don’t see the
kidding yourself.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
no longer afford to allow the whole staircase.” - Be extremely careful about the
unit to be occupied rent-free. Annie’s Mailbox is written management of your resources,
such as allowing a friend to make a
If they are willing to pay by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy financial commitment on your behalf
a reasonable rent, they can Sugar, longtime editors of the without running it by you first.
stay. Otherwise, give them a Ann Landers column. Please SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
deadline to move out. Offer e-mail your questions to 21) - Important objectives that you
establish aren’t likely to be met
to help them find jobs and, if you are indifferent about your
another place to live. If you or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, commitments. Don’t expect to get
can afford it, you could even c/o Creators Syndicate, 5777 anything done unless you sacrifice
donate something toward W. Century Blvd., Ste. 700,
their expenses until they get Los Angeles, CA 90045. Copyright 2011, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
settled in elsewhere. They
won’t like it, but unless you
put your foot down, they will BORN LOSER
drain you of every last penny.
It’s your choice.
Dear Annie: My husband
and I love each other dearly,
but I am far more sociable.
Occasionally, when friends
invite us over, I go by myself.
This is fine with me, but our
friends will invariably ask,
“Why didn’t you bring Jim?”
The honest answer, “He
didn’t feel like coming,”
seems unnecessarily hurtful.
But I don’t feel comfortable FRANK & ERNEST
making up fake excuses, say-
ing he has to work when I
know he’s home surfing the
web or reading a book. How
do I respond? -- Puzzled
Dear Puzzled: If little
white lies bother you, you
can be direct (“You know
how Jim can be.”) or honest
and evasive (“Jim couldn’t
make it.”). But if these are

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