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Park welcomes first Relay for Life crowd


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Relayers packed Stadium Park Friday
night for the locations freshman debut for the Relay for
Life of Delphos.
Nearly 100 survivors and caregivers took the first lap
and then were joined by members from 28 teams for the
2016 event.
The Relay was moved to the park due to summer projects at Jefferson High School, the former location.
We cant thank Delphos City Schools and John
Edinger enough for hosting us for all those years, committee member Sandy Suever said during opening ceremonies. Diesel Schwinnen did our electric for all those years,
too, and hell always be a part of our Relay family.
Many noted how nice it was to be in the park with so
many activities going on. They also complimented how
nice the park looked.
Didnt Delphos Parks and Recreation do a great job
getting the park ready for us? Suever asked the crowd.
It looks wonderful and everyone is having such a good
time.
Ottoville Schools were also recognized for their donations of more than $5,000 to the local event. The school
raised more than $10,000 at its annual Cancer Walk in
May and split the proceeds between the Delphos and
Putnam County Relays.
See RELAY, page 15

Relay for Life participants walk through the arch as part of the walk. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

The HOPE sign is a fixture at all Relays. See more photos on page 15.

Edinger eager for more time with family


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS It is with
a grateful but heavy heart
that John Edinger leaves
Delphos City Schools.
Edinger has been principal
at Jefferson High School
for 11 years and has loved
every minute. If you talk
to anyone who has worked
alongside Edinger, the first
thing they say about is that
first and foremost, he cares
about the kids.
The things I value most
about John is his generosity,
his genuine love and concern for his students and
his leadership in creating a
positive environment that
is conducive to learning in
our high school, Counselor
Martin Ross said. He has
set a great example for me
and others with his integrity,
work ethic, love of the job
and his character.
For Edinger, getting
along with students is quite
easy.
Kids just want to be
recognized and know that
someone cares. Its amazing to me how many kids
dont have someone who
tells them hello every day,
Edinger said. We have
them at an age that we can
make an impact on them and

as principal, I found myself


even more able to do just
that. Kids respond to positive words and actions.
As a former athletic
director, teacher and coach,
he was hesitant to take a
principalship but when
a colleague told him hed
be able to impact students
lives even more, he took the
plunge.
It has been so rewarding
to watch my 300 or so students grow into young men
and women and learn here
every year, Edinger said.
Edinger has also become
very close with his staff.
Right before I started here
as principal, someone told me
you have to separate yourself
from the staff to be an effective principal, he said. I
have found that is in so not
true. This staff is a great big
family. Everyone Ive hired
has stayed. Relationships
with your staff are so important. Ive gone through deaths,
births and visited people in
the hospital.
Edinger has found keeping up with new rules, regulations and reporting to the
state a task that takes him
away from his daily interactions with students and his
leadership duties.
I just need to step away
from all the state mandates
and red tape and get back
to whats important to me

Edinger

the kids, Edinger said.


The mandates push core
subjects more and more.
School is what it is. Our
public wants us to educate
in every facet of life but our
focus has been pushed to
core subjects. Im also looking forward to having a little
more time with my family.
Beginning in August,
Edinger will spearhead
a new digital academy at
Spencerville Schools, an
endeavor that will be familiar to him.
I started the on-line
school here at Delphos City
Schools because I saw our

students slipping away from


us. he said. They were
being homeschooled or taking their classes online but
didnt have the opportunity to participate in school
activities if they chose to do
so. With the online school
available right here in the
building, they can do their
studies and then go play soccer or baseball or whatever.
It gives them ownership and
a feeling of belonging. It also
enables us to help students
who come into our district
who are credit deficient.
See EDINGER, page 15

Della (left) and Clair Lucas lead the survivors


lap at Relay for Life. They are the honorary
chairs for Relay for Life 2016.

Strawberry Fest
set Wednesday
Information submitted

DELPHOS Trinity United Methodist Church in


Delphos will hold its annual June Jubilee Strawberry Festival
on Wednesday.
The Jubilee, an annual mission fundraiser, will be held
at the churchs Family Life Center located at 703 Ambrose
Drive in Delphos. Serving will begin at 4 p.m. and continue
until all have been served.
A free will donation will be accepted for all food items.
Eat in or carry-out.
Menu items include homemade beef or chicken sandwiches, baked beans and macaroni salad, as well as delicious
desserts, including homemade pies, shortcakes and angel food
cake. But the real stars of the event are the strawberries!!
Fresh, ripe and mouthwatering. Top them with ice cream from
the Dairy Hut for a real taste of home. Lemonade, sun tea,
coffee, milk and water will be available.
All proceeds will be used to support mission projects
locally, nationally and internationally.

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Report card pick up
for St. Johns Junior
High and High School
will be held Monday
through Friday next
week.
The office will be
open from 7:30-3:00.

Landeck Catholic Ladies of Columbia will hold its Summer


Fling on Tuesday.
Members should meet at 9:45 a.m. at the Microtel in Delphos.
The group will leave at 10 a.m. for Clymers Wildlife Museum.
The cost is $5.
Call Tess Rahrig at 567-204-1305 for reservations by Sunday.
After the tour, the group will have lunch at Grillers.

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AG DeWine warns Cavs fans to beware ticket scams


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CLEVELAND Amid high
demand for NBA Finals tickets and
reports of counterfeit ticket sales,
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine
is warning Cleveland Cavaliers fans
to beware of ticket scams for the
remainder of the series between the
Cavs and the Golden State Warriors.
Scammers will do whatever they
can to get you to pay, and then theyre
gone, Attorney General DeWine
said. Once you find out something
is wrong, its too late. The sad truth
for most people is that once they have
lost money in a scam, they will never
see that money again. Thats why
prevention is so important.
In the last several years, Ohioans
have reported losing hundreds of dollars to ticket scams involving popular
sporting events and concerts. In most

cases, the consumers found tickets for


sale on Craigslist and paid the seller,
but received nothing in return. Also,
some scammers create counterfeit
paper tickets to sell to unsuspecting
buyers.
tips to avoid ticket scams
include:
Be skeptical of offers that
are too good to be true. Sellers on
Craigslist or other online marketplaces may offer tickets at face value (or
below) for events that are sold out or
highly in demand, but these offers
may be scams. Some sellers also
may provide phony explanations for
why they need to sell tickets quickly
for a good price. For example, they
may falsely claim to have a family
emergency or to be in the military.
Be careful dealing with individual third-party sellers. To protect
yourself, deal with reputable busi-

nesses instead of third-party individuals who are not associated with an


event. Before providing any payment
or personal information, research
a sellers reputation, especially for
individual sellers. Conduct an online
search using the sellers name, username, email address, and/or telephone number along with words like
reviews, scam, fake tickets, or
counterfeit tickets.
Check the venues ticket policies. Increasingly, a number of venues and events predominantly use
electronic tickets. However, if youre
trying to buy a paper ticket, make
sure its real. Check both sides of
the ticket, and be aware that some
ticket scammers use falsified photos,
logos, or trademarks to create counterfeit tickets that look legitimate
even though they are not.
Consider paying with a credit

POLICE REPORTS
information submitted
DELPHOS On June 2,
officers spoke with a complainant in the 600 block of
South Clay Street in reference to damage done to her
vehicle. Officers arrived and
found that a juvenile had
damaged her vehicle with a
rock. The juvenile was located and is being charged with
criminal damage. He will
appear in Van Wert Juvenile
Court.
On June 4, officers were
dispatched to the 200 block of
North Main Street in regards
to someone attempting to
break in. Officers arrived and
found an intoxicated male
trying to get into the building, possibly believing it to
be his residence. The male
will be charged with Criminal
Damage and Disorderly
Conduct by Intoxication. A
summons is being requested
from Lima Municipal Court.
On June 4, officers took a
report from a male in the 300
block of South Cass Street.

The male reported that on


two different occasions his
vehicle was entered and items
removed from inside.
On June 4, officers were
sent to the 800 block of West
Skinner Street on a theft complaint. The complainant told
officers that a person known
to him was at his residence
a short time earlier. After the
person left the residence it
was found that an item was
missing from the residence.
The incident remains under
investigation.
On Monday, officers
responded to the 200 block
of West Clime Street after
receiving a report of a male
at the residence threatening
to harm himself. Officers
arrived and located the male.
He was transported to the
hospital by Delphos EMS for
evaluation and treatment.
On Tuesday, officers
responded to a business in
the 400 block of West Clime
Street to investigate a theft
incident. Officers arrived and
found that an undisclosed

amount of cash was taken.


There was no forced entry
into the business and the incident remains under investigation.
On Wednesday, officers were dispatched to a
Domestic violence incident
in the 700 block of East
Second St. Officers arrived
and met with the juvenile
complainant. He told officers that his brother, also a
juvenile, had threatened him.
Officers spoke with both
boys and their mother. It was
decided that a report would
be written and that the boys
mother would handle their
discipline at this time.
On Wednesday, officers
responded to the 400 block
of South Cass Street to investigate a burglary complaint.
Officers arrived and met with
the homeowner. Officers
found that unknown person(s) had forced entry into
the residence and stole multiple items. The case is being
investigated by the Detective
Bureau.

VAN WERT The following individuals


appeared Wednesday in Van Wert County
Common Pleas Court:
Judge Martin Burchfield
Arraignments
sandra Conley, 53, Sylvania, entered a
not guilty plea to obtaining a dangerous drug
by deception, a felony 4. She was released on
a surety bond with pretrial set for June 22.
nathan egly, 30, Ft. Wayne, entered a not
guilty plea to possession of heroin, a felony 3.
He was released on a surety bond with pretrial
set for June 22.
Paul Bakle, 32, Van Wert, entered a not
guilty plea to OVI, a felony 4. He was
released on a surety bond with pretrial set for
June 22 and was ordered not to operate any
vehicle.
Pablo rivera, 61, Convoy, entered a not
guilty plea to 2 counts of corrupting another
with drugs, each a felony 4. He was released
on a surety bond with pretrial set for June 22.
Corey evans, 47, Van Wert, entered a
not guilty plea to possession of marijuana,
a felony 5, with a specification that he used
$1,490 in US Currency in the commission of
the crime. He was released on a surety bond
with pretrial set for June 23.
Joaquin estrada, 41, Van Wert, entered
a not guilty plea to aggravated possession of
drugs, a felony 5. He was released on a surety
bond with pretrial set for June 22.
treatment in Lieu violation
Alisha elder, 37, Van Wert, admitted
to violating her Treatment in Lieu program
by having a positive drug screen. The court
released her on a surety bond with daily drug
testing until her sentencing on July 7.
sentencings
David Brooks, 32, Delphos, possession of

heroin, a felony 5. Sentenced to: five years


community control, 60 days jail at later date,
200 hours community service, drivers license
suspended six months and ordered to pay
court costs and partial appointed counsel fees.
A 12-month prison term was deferred.
Lindsay Quintero, 25, Van Wert, attempted obstructing justice, a misdemeanor 1.
Sentenced to: one year community control, 50
hours community service and ordered to pay
court costs and partial appointed counsel fees.
A 30-day jail term was deferred.
Danny ruiz, 41, Van Wert, Domestic
Violence, misdemeanor 1. Sentenced to: two
years community control, 90 days jail with
an additional 10 days jail at later date. Work
release, 100 hours community service, complete all recommended programs including
substance abuse and domestic violence and
ordered to pay court costs. A 180-day jail term
was deferred.
Michael reichert, 32, Van Wert, theft,
felony 5. Sentenced to: 12 months prison with
credit for three days served and ordered to
pay court costs.
Brandon story, 36, Van Wert, possession cocaine, felony 5; possession of heroin,
felony 4. Sentenced to: prison 12 months on
count 1 and prison 15 months on count 2,
concurrent. Credit four days served. Ordered
to pay costs.
Judge Kevin taylor
Probation violation
napoleon shurelds, 31, Van Wert, admitted to violating his probation by being arrested for OVI and by entering an establishment
that serves alcohol. He was sentenced to 3
years community control, 2 years intensive
probation, 180 days jail with 89 days credit,
work release, alcohol assessment, 12 months
prison deferred.

evelyn M.
Weideman
March 31, 1927-June 9, 2016
DELPHOS Evelyn M.
Weideman, 89, of Delphos,
passed away on Thursday at
Vancrest Healthcare Center of
Delphos.
She was born March 31,
1927, in Delphos to Clarence
and Charlotte (Weathers)
Himmeger, who preceded
her in death. She was united in marriage to Donald E.
Weideman on Aug. 16, 1946;
he also preceded her in death.
She is survived by a daughter, Linda (Dave) Mayer of Delphos; a sister, Helen (William)
Mullenhour of Delphos; two grandchildren, Matthew Mayer
and Kristin (Brian) Koebel; three great-grandchildren, Georgia
Mayer, Jordan Colin and Charlotte Koebel; and many nieces
and nephews.
She was preceded in death by three brothers, infant brother Ivan Himmeger, Bernard Lee Himmeger and Earl W.
Himmeger.
Evelyn was a member of the First United Presbyterian
Church in Delphos. She had worked at Peoples National
Bank as a teller for 16 years. Then she worked for the Allen
County Clerk of Courts for 14 years as a part-time secretary.
Funeral services will begin at noon on Monday at Harter
and Schier Funeral Home, Pastor Steve Nelson officiating.
Burial will follow in Walnut Grove Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Sunday at
the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to First United
Presbyterian Church or St. Peter Lutheran Church.

Larry A. topp
Dec. 9, 1946-June 9, 2016
WESTERVILLE Larry
A. Topp, 69, of Westerville
and formerly of Delphos,
passed away on Thursday at
his residence.
He was born Dec. 9, 1946,
in Lima to Herman and Mary
(Saber) Topp, who preceded
him in death. He was united
in marriage to Jill Sheeter on
May 15, 1965; she survives
in Westerville.
He is also survived by
four children, Shelly (Shane
Tinch) Tolson of Celina,
Patrick (Leigh) Topp of
Carlisle, Laura (Danny)
Jenkins of Celina and Andrea
(Eric) Johnson of Newark;
two brothers, Daniel and
David Topp; one sister, Joann
Topp; 14 grandchildren; and
two great-grandchild.
Larry was a member of St.
Pauls Church in Westerville,
and he was employed with
Huffy Bicycle in Information
Technology for 34 years and
he retired from JP Morgan as

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He loved being home and
spending time with his wife
on the back porch.
Mass of Christian Burial
will begin at 11 a.m. on
Monday at St. John the
Evangelist Catholic Church,
the Rev. Thomas Gorman
officiating. Burial will follow
in Resurrection Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-8
p.m. on Sunday at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home, where
a parish wake will be held at
7:30 p.m.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Kindred
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card. If a problem arises, you generally have greater ability to dispute credit card charges as compared to other
payment methods. Be skeptical of
sellers who say you must pay via wire
transfer, prepaid money card, or gift
card. These are preferred payment
methods for scam artists, because
once payment is provided, it is very
difficult to recover.
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Local/State
ODOT releases weekly report
Information submitted
The following is a weekly report concerning construction and
maintenance work on state highways within the Ohio Department
of Transportation District 1. For the latest in statewide construction,
visit www.ohgo.com.
Week of June 13
Allen County
Interstate 75 from the Auglaize County line to Fourth Street,
through Lima and Allen County, will have occasional lane closures throughout the year during the final year of the reconstruction
of the interstate. Current and upcoming impacts to traffic are as
follows:
Traffic on I-75 north and south of the Ohio 65 interchange
area continues to travel in a contraflow pattern where two southbound lanes and one northbound lane of traffic are traveling on the
southbound side of the interstate, and one northbound lane is traveling on the northbound side of the interstate. Traffic will remain in
this pattern until late summer.
Heavy truck traffic will be present throughout the project
for the next several weeks, especially in the area of the Ohio 65
interchange and the Yoder Road area, near the Orthopedic Institute
of Ohio complex.
Yoder Road is open.
Interstate 75 southbound will be restricted to one lane
between the Napoleon Road overhead and Bluelick Road for pavement repairs during the week. Work is being performed by the Allen
County maintenance garage.
Ohio 309 will be impacted by several projects throughout
the construction season as follows:
Ohio 309 (Elida Road) from Robb Avenue to Cole Street,
Lima, is restricted for reconstruction of the curb and gutter, upgrade
of traffic signals and resurfacing of the roadway. The continuous
turn from eastbound Ohio 309 to Grand Avenue was permanently
closed on March 14. Work is being performed by Smith Paving,
Norwalk.
Drainage, curb replacement and resurfacing work are now
complete.
Final pavement markings and reconstruction of two traffic signals at Rosedale Ave. and Cole St. will occur in late June or July and
may result in short-term lane restrictions.
See ODOT, page 15

SilverSneakers enjoy park outing

Members of the PEAK Fitness Center SilverSneakers enjoyed a day at Stadium park on Wednesday. After a carry-in lunch, the group moved to the volleyball courts and played water balloon volleyball. Above: SilverSneaker
lead Shelley Kreeger, center, and her partner watch as water balloons sail over their heads to the other side of
the net. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TODAY
8:30-11:30 a.m. St. Johns High School recycle,
enter on East First Street.
9 a.m. - noon Interfaith Thrift Store is open for
shopping.
St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge of
the St. Johns High School parking lot, is open.
Cloverdale recycle at village park.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos
Fire and Rescue.
1-3 p.m. Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241
N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
SUNDAY
1-3 p.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum,
241 N. Main St., is open.
1-4 p.m. Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E.
Main St. Kalida.
MONDAY
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
6 p.m. Middle Point Village Council meets
6:30 p.m. Shelter from the Storm support group
meets in the Delphos Public Library basement.
7 p.m. Marion Township trustees at township house.
Middle Point council meets at town hall.
7:30 p.m. Delphos Knights of Columbus meet at the
K of C hall.
Delphos Eagles Aerie 471 meets at the Eagles Lodge.
American Legion Post 268 Auxiliary meets at the post.
Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, 310
W. Second St.
8 p.m. Delphos City Schools Board of Education
meets at the administration office.
TUESDAY
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
7:30 p.m. Ottoville Emergency Medical Service
members meet at the municipal building.
Ottoville VFW Auxiliary members meet at the hall.
Fort Jennings Local School District board members
meet at the high school library.
Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, 310
W. Second St.
Elida village council meets at the town hall.
WEDNESDAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam County Museum is open, 202
E. Main St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the
St. Johns Chapel.
6:30 p.m. Delphos Kiwanis Club, Eagles Lodge,
1600 E. Fifth St.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
7:30 p.m. Hope Lodge 214 Free and Accepted
Masons, Masonic Temple, North Main Street.

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Gifts of thought from the over 60 crowd...


A Visit with Joan Geise
87Wise
Joan Geise graduated from
St Johns in 1947 and was
soon working in the office
management sector. For a
short time she worked for the
Better Business Bureau in
Lima. Joan said she knew she
liked the office work arena
and wanted to focus on the
role of secretary. To that end
she furthered her education
earning the equivalent of an
Associates degree (1949) from
the small business college (run
by Jules and Irene Burnett)
in Lima that would be the
forerunner of Northwestern
Business College and UNOH.
In the fall of 1949, Joan
began serving as secretary for
National Can Re-Tinning a
company that, you guessed it,
re-tinned milk cans. The company would grow with additional plants expanding to both
Minnesota and Tennessee.
Joan worked there for 10 years
but the advance to milk trucking would soon make re-tinning obsolete and the company
went out of business.
Joan was on to helping
her husband Hubert (married 1957) with the operation of the Chateau Bar on
Main Street in Delphos. She
recalled many enjoyable easy
going times in the 1950s and
60s at the Chateau where you
got to know the regular customers and a lot of nice people. (Friday afternoon check
cashing and keeping company
with many of the girls that
worked at the cigar factory in
town).
Joan lamented that it
became less fun as the bar
transitioned to bar & grill.
She said the food part of the
bar was a lot of work and very
little profit. Somewhere near
1980, they sold their part of
the ownership to Brownie
whom many may remember.
Losing Hubert in 1990,
Joan returned to work and
spent a number of years

flower arranging in several


flower shops in our area. (In
Delphos, Shawnee Road and
the American Mall). She especially enjoyed the interaction
with all the customers.
A few of Joans Favorites:
Season: The sun of
Summer and the football of
Fall. Joan said she has always
enjoyed soaking up the suns
vitamin D and the football of
the Blue Jays, Buckeyes and
Dallas Cowboys. (Since the
Staubach days).
Color: Yellow because its
so bright and sunny.
Food: I like anything but
liver and onions and have an
aversion to cooked spinach.
(Joan very much likes fresh
spinach in a salad)
Music: The Big Bands,
The Dorseys, and especially
Glenn Miller.
Car:
1954
white
Oldsmobile Delta 88 convertible (from CD Olds), black
top, red and white leather
seats. Nice!
Sports moment: Enjoying
many, many good times with
Blue Jay football and basketball.
School days memory:
Having a part in the Senior
Class Play Little Nellie
Kelly (1947) and remembered as a sophomore in high
school, World War II was
over. The idea that there

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was no more killing, Joan
recalled Not being able to
understand how one bomb
could do so much destruction.
I couldnt believe that one
thing you could throw out of
an airplane would annihilate a
city like that. Joan said it was
just beyond her imagination,
noting though that her imagination and science never got
along too well!
Favorite
president:
I always idolized John
Kennedy, he left an impression on me, saying he was
just charismatic, maybe not
always on the up and up, but
he stood up as a leader during
the Cuban Missile Crisis.
I dont think theres one
person in Washington thats
worth throwing a bucket at
right now. Why they cant
compromise, Our nation was
founded on cooperation and
they sit there in Washington
and collect all the money and

benefits and do nothing to


help anybody else. Joan has
hope however. If you dont
have any hope, whats the use
of living?
If I had a magic wand
and could fix one thing in
this world Id Eliminate
World Hunger. The HaveNots are getting the short end
of it.
Advice to young people:
Be true to God and be true to
yourself. If you live that way,
you dont have to be afraid of
dying.
Born Joan Fanger in
1929, Joans father owned
and operated Fangers Caf
located between a bakery and
drugstore on the west side
of Main Street between Third
and Fourth, you may remember. Joan has now enjoyed
many good retirement years
and noted her good neighbors,
her many good Flower Club
days, and recently enjoyed her
87th June birthday. She continues to enjoy playing Bridge
(learned from Mary Staup,
she was an expert.) Joan
parted with our conversation
saying, Live every day as if
it were your last.
Words to hold onto, Thanks
Joan.
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Country
June days bring garden goodies
and a boatload of bluegills
BY LOVINA EICHER
We have entered the month of June
already. It looks like we had just a little
bit of rain during the night, which we
really need! Last night we watered the
garden, as it was getting really dry. But
everything is coming up really well. We
are still enjoying radishes, green onions
and lettuce from our first planting earlier
this spring.
We had a nice three-day weekend
with a lot of fishing. On Friday evening
some went fishing on the lake, and then
went again Saturday and Monday.
On Sunday evening we ate outside
around the fire. The men deep-fried fish
and French fries. How nice to just sit
and watch.
Timothy and Elizabeth went to
church at his sisters house in another church district. We kept their dogs,
Izzy and Crystal, while they were gone.
Crystal doesnt like to be separated from
Elizabeth, but Izzy loves staying here.
She will go hide when she knows they
are leaving for home!
Saturday we had a short visit from
my sister Liz, Levi and family. Their
daughter Elizabeth and her husband
Samuel, and their baby LaRose were
also along, as was their daughter Rosas
special friend, Menno.
LaRose is around six months old and
looks like she doesnt lack attention. She
is Liz and Levis first grandchild, and
shes a sweetie. Daughter Elizabeth was
here and got to see LaRose for the first
time. Sister Liz is doing a great job at
being a grandma and spoiling her.
Joes sister Salome and husband
Morris are also first-time grandparents
now. Their daughter Katie Edna, and
husband Ben had a son named Benjamin.
Joe went to visit them while we were at
niece Lovinas wedding. I was a cook so
I didnt go with Joe. Hopefully Ill get
to meet little Benjamin soonmaybe at
the family gathering in July. Joes sister
Christine and Jake are planning to have
all of Joes family there on July 2. They
live about three hours north of here. We
are looking forward to seeing everyone
again. Its been awhile since weve seen
some of the family. Hope everyone will
make it!

On Monday, everyone went fishing


except daughters Elizabeth, Lovina and
I. Timothy had his boat out, and both
of ours were out as well. When they
started filleting fish, they had more than
200 bluegills! Timothys nephew was
also fishing and helped clean the fish.
Everyone was here for a pizza supper
before leaving Monday evening.
I usually have a bunch of bananas
hanging on a banana holder on my
countertop. Elizabeth took a banana and
started eating it. Son Kevin, 10, told
her that everyone needs to ask him for
a banana, since thats why Mom buys
them. He said that since shes married now, she doesnt have to ask him.
Elizabeth and I had a good laugh about
that after he went outside. I dont know
where he got the idea that the bananas
are his. I think he likes eating bananas
more than anyone else does. When he
was a little boy, he always asked for
bananas when he saw them at the store.
He wasnt very old, and he would call
them monkey. I think it was because
we would call him a monkey when he
was eating them.
I want to make rhubarb juice this
week. Daughter Elizabeth made several
batches and brought us a tastedelicious!
Susan is still working on getting her
wedding invitations out. She said she
didnt realize there was that much work
to get ready for a wedding. She said it
looked easier when Elizabeth did it.
I must get back to work. Gods blessings!
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2 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup carrots, sliced
1/2 cup celery, sliced
1 small onion, chopped

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1 small potato, peeled and cubed
2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped
1/4 teaspoon seasoned salt
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1/2 cup small uncooked elbow or rotini pasta
1 small diced zucchini
In large saucepan, crumble and cook sausage and
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The Eichers garden is still yielding green onions and radishes from
the first spring planting. (Submitted
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Lovina Eicher is an Old Order Amish
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Formerly writing as The Amish Cook,
Eicher inherited that column from her
mother, Elizabeth Coblentz, who wrote
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Trials and tribulations of cover crops


Many farmers had difficulty
getting crops planted this year
due to cold, wet soil; but now
most are hoping for some rain.
Farmers who planted cover
crops are also struggling to figure out how and when to plant
to maximize the grain crop
yield. Often this involves getting the cover crop killed at the
right time. When it is cold and
wet, often the best strategy is to
let the cover crop grow so it can
dry out the soil.
Farmers often have waited
too long to plant the cover crop
field because they think it is
too wet, but generally, cover
crops use evapotranspiration to
remove water from the soil and
the soil is actually drier 5-7 days
earlier than conventional fields.
That is a big advantage for using
the cover crop. Planting 5-7
days earlier generally results in
5-7 bushels of more soybeans.
However, if farmers wait too
long, the soil gets too dry and
hard and then farmers may lose
5-7 bushels of soybeans. I really
like to see soybeans coming
up before killing the cereal rye
unless the soil is getting too
dry. Unfortunately, government
crop insurance rules dictate that
all cover crops have to be killed
within 5 days of planting.
This year, many farmers
had difficulty with their closing
wheels in cereal rye. The soil
was hard or the trench would not
close. One strategy is to just plant
a little deeper and get the seed
down to moisture. Another strategy is to attach a log chain, 15-18
inches long, behind the closing
wheels on both side, and drag
that chain along in a half moon
through the rye. The chain will
knock some soil into the trench
and cover the seed. A third option
is to do some strip tillage in front
of the coulter or follow the planter with a light harrow to close
the trench. If farmers get .5-1.0
inch of rain, it generally is not a
problem. This year the rains have
been really light and the seeds are
slow to germinate or the soybean
stand is very patchy, germinating
at different times.
Some farmers killed their
cereal rye early and planted
early. However, they planted

soybeans into soils that stayed


cold and wet and the soybeans
never germinated and got
moldy. They are now replanting. Our experience has been
that all these problems start to
become less of an issue after
1-3 years, as the soil gains soil
organic matter and the soils
become more friable.
Several farmers commented
that they never want to let their
cereal rye get 4-6 feet tall again.
Most organic matter comes
from the roots (roots fully
mature by early spring), not the
stems and leaves, because stems
and leave decompose quickly.
However, in really wet years, it
is beneficial to let the cover crop
grow because it will dry out the
soil. The goal is to start planting
at the right time, and that is generally 5-7 days earlier than conventional farming. Each tillage
trip dries out the soil by .5 to 1.0
inch of water. Cover crops do
this naturally without using fuel.
Planting corn into cereal rye
can be tricky. Some farmers
killed their cereal rye early and
planted early and this appears
to be successful. Cereal rye may
have an allopathic effect planted
on corn by tying up nitrogen
and/or changing the microbial

community. A recommendation
is to use 40-60 pounds of nitrogen with the starter and plant
at least 2-3 weeks after killing
the cereal rye. This avoids the
microbial bridge associated with bacteria decomposing
young lush cereal plants which
are very similar to young emerging corn plants. By killing the
cereal rye 2-3 week before the
corn is planted, the bacteria
microbial population peaks and
crashes before the young corn
plants start to germinate, so the
young corn is not struggling to
compete with the bacteria as
either a disease organism or for
nutrients. Bacteria numbers fluctuate very quickly in the soil with
the availability of water and soil
nutrients. Give me a call if you
have questions (419-421-7255).
The hardest time farmer have
with converting to cover crops
and planting no-till crops is in
the first 1-3 years. Some of it is
just the learning curve and some
of it is just the fact that the soil
needs to change and improve
for this system to work. The
quicker farmers can make that
change, the more successful they
will become at improving their
crop yields and improving water
quality in Lake Erie.
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Sports

Sports Friday night at Stadium Parks Relay

All four Delphos City Little


League teams were in action
for the Relay for Life Friday
night at Stadium Park, with
the Braves and VFW battling on the Little League
diamond (upper left) and
the Reds and Pirates going
at it on Diamond 4 (upper
right), while the inaugural
Delphos Football United
Against
Cancer
Mini
Football Camp for ages
6-11 was held by a combined
efforts of Jefferson and St.
Johns football staffs at the
main football field. (DHI
Media Staff Reports)

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For Week of June 12-18

SUNDAY
Buckeye Boys Pony League
Berne
16U
vs. Wallace
Plumbers 5 p.m. at Smiley ParkField 3
Berne
16U
vs. Wallace
Plumbers 7 p.m. at Smiley ParkField 3
MONDAY
Buckeye Boys Pony League
Wallace
Plumbers
vs.
Coldwater 6:30 p.m. at Coldwater
Varsity Diamond
Tri-County Little League
Jeradan Jags vs. 1st Federal Force
5 p.m. at Jubilee Bank of Berne Field
Ft. Jennings Musketeers vs. VFW
Cardinals 6 p.m. at Delphos
Delpha Chevy Reds vs. Treece
Landscaping Rockhounds 6:30 p.m.
at Jubilee Bank of Berne Field
Delphos Pirates vs. Delphos
Braves 7:30 p.m. at Delphos
TUESDAY
Buckeye Boys Pony League
Middle Point vs. Antwerp 6 p.m.
at Antwerp
Inner County League
VW Federal Bills vs. VW Service
Club Comets 5 p.m. at Jubilee Bank
of Berne Field
Youngs Waste Service Yankees
vs. Middle Point Gray 6 p.m. at
Middle Point Ball Park
Lee Kinstle Lugnuts vs. Moose
1320 The Herd 6:30 p.m. at Jubilee
Bank of Berne Field
Middle Point Blue vs. Middle
Point Black 8 p.m. at Middle Point
Ball Park
WEDNESDAY
Buckeye Boys Pony League

VW Elks 1197 Red Devils vs.


Middle Point 6 p.m. at Middle Point
Ball Park
G L M Truckers vs. Wallace
Plumbers 6 p.m. at Smiley ParkField 3
Tri-County Little League
1st Federal Force vs. Greif
Grizzlies 5 p.m. at Jubilee Bank of
Berne Field
Treece Landscaping Rockhounds
vs. Delpha Chevy Reds 6 p.m. at
Delphos
VFW Cardinals vs. K of C
Cannons 6:30 PM at Jubilee Bank of
Berne Field
Delphos Braves vs. Ft. Jennings
Musketeers 6:30 p.m. at Ft. Jennings
(Dia @ new HS)
THURSDAY
Inner County League
Moose 1320 The Herd vs. VW
Optimist Orange 5 p.m. at Jubilee
Bank of Berne Field
Youngs Waste Service Yankees
vs. Middle Point Blue 6 p.m. at
Middle Point Ball Park
Middle Point Gray vs. VW
Federal Bills 6:30 p.m. at Jubilee
Bank of Berne Field
Middle Point Black vs. VW
Service Club Comets 8 p.m. at
Jubilee Bank of Berne Field
FRIDAY
Tri-County Little League
1st Federal Force vs. Treece
Landscaping Rockhounds 5 p.m. at
Jubilee Bank of Berne Field
Ft. Jennings Musketeers vs.
Delphos Pirates 6 p.m. at Delphos
VFW Cardinals vs. Greif
Grizzlies 6:30 p.m. at Jubilee Bank
of Berne Field
Jeradan Jags vs. Delpha Chevy
Reds 7:30 p.m. at Delphos

OHSBCA Baseball All-State Teams

Ohio High School Baseball


Coaches Association
2016 All-Ohio Baseball Teams
(Name School District)

DIVISION IV
Player Of the Year: Nate Bosway Lehman
Catholic SW.
Coach Of the Year: Brian Perkins Toronto E.
First Team
Pitcher: Jackson Lammers Miller City NW,
Ryan Lane New London NW, James Kontor Lake
Center Christian NE.
Catcher: Cam Conaway South Central NW,
Nolan Clegg Toronto E.
1st Base: Nate Bosway Lehman Catholic SW.
Infield: Blaze Glenn Toronto E, Mitchel
Stammen St. Henry NW, Kenton Mickley Danville
C, Austin Harper Mohawk NW.
Outfield: Grant Loy Buckeye Central NW,
Aaron Kucia Cuyahoga Hts. NE, Caleb Stevens
Riverside SW, Danny Zdinak Toronto E.
Utility: Christian Stang Norwalk St. Paul NW.
Second Team
Pitcher: Jackson Hobbs Ft. Recovery NW,
Landon Bloir Edon NW, Parker Riley Lehman
Catholic SW, Caine Whitney Newark Catholic C.
Catcher: Mitch Lohr Newark Catholic C,
Landon Thiel Edgerton NW.
1st Base: Anthony McClain Danville C.
Infield: Eric Ostrowski Jackson-Milton NE,
Trevor Coriell South Webster SE, Trent McIntyre
Triad SW, Nathan Thomas New London NW.
Outfield: Brandon Holt Danville C, Connor
Cotterman Riverside SW, Jason Evers St. Henry
NW, James Grilliot Covington SW.
Utility: Nathan Blei Covington SW.

DIVISION III
Player Of the Year : Eric Mullet Berlin
Hiland E.
Coach Of the Year: Tom Gibson Berlin
Hiland E.
First Team
Pitcher: Eric Mullet Berlin Hiland E,

Wildlife Ohio

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
NATURAL RESOURCES
Division of Wildlife
The Fish Ohio Report
LAKE ERIE
Regulations
to
Remember: The daily bag
limit for walleye in Ohio
waters of Lake Erie is 6 fish
per angler; minimum size
limit is 15 inches. The
daily bag limit for yellow
perch is 30 fish per angler in
all Ohio waters of Lake Erie.
The trout and salmon daily
bag limit is 5 fish per angler
through August 31; minimum
size limit is 12 inches.
Black bass (largemouth and
smallmouth bass): Through
June 24, possession is prohibited (catch and release only).

Western Basin
Walleye: Walleye fishing has
been good off Crane Creek, near
A and E buoys of the Camp
Perry firing range, within 1 mile of
the Portage River, around Clinton
Reef, off Mouse Island, near
Rattlesnake Island, between South
Bass and Kelleys islands and east of
the Kelleys Island airport. Most fish
have been caught by trolling with
crankbaits or worm harnesses, or by
casting with weight-forward spinners
or mayfly rigs.
Yellow Perch: Yellow perch have
been caught off the Marblehead
Lighthouse, southwest of Kelleys
Island on American Eagle Shoal
and south of Ballast Island. Perchspreaders with shiners fished near
the bottom produce the most fish.
Central Basin
Walleye: Some walleye have
been caught 1-2 miles north of

Cranberry Creek, in 25-35 feet of


water off Sheffield and near Avon
Point. Good fishing was reported in
40 feet northeast of Gordon Park in
Cleveland, in 19-25 feet northwest
of the Chagrin River, in 50-60 feet
north of Geneva and in 40-60 feet
northwest of Ashtabula. Anglers are
trolling planer boards or dipsy divers
with tiger striped stick baits or blue,
red and green worm harnesses.
Yellow Perch: Fishing has
been fair in 26-36 feet north of
Gordon Park, in 22-25 feet north of
Wildwood Park, in 34 feet northeast
of Lakeshore Park in Ashtabula and
in 30 feet north of Conneaut. Fishing
from shore has been spotty off the
East 55th Street and East 72nd Street
piers in Cleveland. Perch-spreaders
with shiners fished near the bottom
produce the most fish.
Smallmouth Bass: Fishing has
been excellent in 10-25 feet of water
around the harbor areas in Cleveland,
Fairport Harbor, Geneva, Ashtabula
and Conneaut. Anglers are using
crankbaits, leeches and crayfish.
The Lake Erie water temperature is 70 off Toledo and 55 off
Cleveland, according to the nearshore marine forecast.
========
#hotbite ! Riley Reservoir,
Crawford County-yellow perch,
bluegills and channel catfish are
being caught using nightcrawlers.
Best location is the northwest corner.
=========
Fisheries Tools of the Trade:
Electrofishing Surveys
About 1 in 4 fishing trips to Ohio
reservoirs are made by anglers pursuing largemouth, smallmouth and
spotted bass.
Every spring, to keep tabs on
those bass populations, Division of
Wildlife crews use specialized boats
called electrofishers to put an electrical charge into the water and survey the bass in Ohio reservoirs. The
fish that encounter the electrical field

produced by the boat are temporarily stunned, allowing them to be


netted and placed in a large livewell
until they can be counted, measured,
weighed and returned to the water.
These surveys provide biologists
with the information they need to
maintain quality bass populations
throughout the state, in a way that is
safe for the bass that are collected.
Bass are an extremely valuable component of Ohios reservoir fish communities and with the information
gained from electrofishing surveys,
Division biologists will ensure that
our bass populations will continue to
thrive for years to come.
===========
Frog season opens today!
Frog season is open from 6 p.m.
the second Friday in June to April
30, 2017.
Only bullfrogs and green frogs
may be taken. Not more than 15
(singly or in combination) may be
taken or possessed in any one day.
Learn more in the Frog and Turtle
Regulations:
http://ow.ly/1dMd3010rpj
==========
Ohios Controlled Hunting
Applications here
COLUMBUS Applications
are being accepted for controlled
deer and waterfowl hunts on selected
areas during the 2016-17 season,
according to the Ohio Department of
Natural Resources (ODNR).
The application period opened
Wednesday, June 1, and runs through
Sunday, July 31.
The Division of Wildlife conducts annual hunts on a number
of areas that are normally closed
to hunting. All applicants (adults
and youth) must possess a current
hunting license and meet the age
requirements in order to apply for
a controlled hunt to apply for controlled hunts.

See WILDLIFE, page 7

Markus Schlabach Waynesdale NE, Andrew


Abrahamowicz Elyria Catholic NE.
Catcher: Aaron Harlamert Coldwater HS NW,
Vince Lonigro Western Reserve (Collins) NW.
First Base: Eli Daniels Minford SE.
Infield: Trace Hatfield Fredericktown C, Derek
Layton Fort Frye E, Adam Goodpaster Carlisle
SW, Luke Kail Sandy Valley E, Pierce Mowery
Zane Trace SE.
Outfield: Luke Albers Anna SW, Sean
Darmafall Elyria Catholic NE, Garrett Quickle
Loundonville NE, Daniel Rutherford Dawson-
Bryant (Coal Grove) SE.
Utility: Manny Garza Rittman NE.
Second Team
Pitcher: Damon Egnor Paulding NW, Connor
McMurry Summit Country Day SW, Clay Davies
Canton Central Catholic NE, Michael McDonough
Crestview NE.
Catcher: Trey Davis Zane Trace SE, Collin
Hohman Trinity NE.
First Base: Malave Bettinger Coldwater NW.
Infield: Garett Robberts Utica C, Palmer
Capretta Kirtland NE, Brice Hammond Ridgewood
E, Anthony McFadden Paint Valley SE.
Outfield: Jimmy Crabtree Utica C, Matt
Hardy Galion NW, Joey Bates Kirtland NE, J.C.
Colangelo Canton Central Catholic NE.
Utility: Aidan Endsley Anna SW, Jake Farley
Northmor C.
Honorable Mention (Local Players): Kyle
McKibben Coldwater NW, Jack Hemmelgarn
Coldwater NW.
DIVISION II
Player Of the Year: Shay Smiddy Defiance
NW.
Coach Of the Year: Tom Held Defiance NW.
First Team
Pitcher: Shay Smiddy Defiance NW, Tanner
Killian Jonathan Alder C, Matt Dockman Bishop
Watterson C.
Catcher: Seth Paszke Bloom-Carroll C,
Catcher Jacob Davis Warren (Vincent) SE.
First Base: Zane Harris Madison

Comprehensive NW.
Infield: Antonio Bennett Clearview NE, Will
Vogelgesang Archbisop McNicholas SW, Connor
Stykemain Defiance NW, Seth Grey Springfield
Shawnee SW.
Outfield: Jon Peters Jonathan Alder C, Tyler
Zaluski Chagrin Falls NE, Justin Antoncic St.
Francis DeSales C, Turner Hill Marietta SE.
Utility: Dillon Thornsbery Shelby NW, Manny
Vorhees Wapakoneta NW.
Second Team
Pitcher: Logan Barron Reading SW, Aaron
Hughes Tippecanoe SW, Kyle Kovach Huron NW,
Nicky Zorne Steubenville E.
Catcher: Joe Delucia Canfield NE, Christian
Kroger Bishop Watterson C.
First Base: Eric Sapp Southeast NE.
Infield: Josh Bigrigg Riverview E, Deylen
Miley Bryan NW, Bryce Ray Bellevue NW, J.D.
Vanover Reading SW.
Outfield: Dylan Albright Indian Lake SW,
Nick Burns Wapakoneta NW, Alex Vredenburgh
Ontario NW, Ryan Erway Crestwood NE, Jake
Margroff Woodridge NE.
Utility: Konner Caudill Benjamin Logan SW.
Honorable Mention (Local Players): Justice
Tussing Van Wert NW, Ryan Stoller Van Wert NW.
==========
DIVISION I
Player Of the Year: Cael Baker Gahanna-
Lincoln C.
Coach Of the Year: Bill Gamble Massillion
Jackson NE.
First Team:
Pitcher: Jackson Teddler Beavercreek SW,
Christian Specht Mass. Jackson NE, Chris
Machemer Mass. Washington NE.
Catcher: Cael Baker Gahanna-Lincoln C,
Nate Monastra Olentangy C.
First Base: Brad Hall Milford SW.
Infield: Luke Waddell Loveland SW, Chase
Gresock Olentangy Liberty C, Noah Childress
Start NW, Mitchell Hogue Harrison SW.

See BASEBALL, page 7

OHSSCA Softball All-State

Ohio High School Fastpitch


Softball Coaches Association
All-Ohio Fastpitch Teams

(Athlete District Grade Position High School)


DIVISION IV
FIRST TEAM: Shanna Mickley Central 11 Pitcher
Danville, Emily VanDermark Central 12 Pitcher Fisher
Catholic, Rosey Romick East 12 Pitcher River, Alex
McComb East 12 Pitcher Steubenville Catholic, Dayna
Denner NE 12 Infield Cuyahoga Heights, Sydney Long
NE 10 Pitcher Hillsdale, Katie Brown NW 12 Pitcher
Ayersville, Sophie Fox NW 11 Pitcher New Bremen, Jada
Preston NW 12 Pitcher Convoy Crestview, Cora Millay
NW 11 Catcher Convoy Crestview, Haley Hawk NW 10
Infield Parkway, Isla Brown NW 12 Infield Ayersville,
Brook Hoffman NW 12 Outfield Columbus Grove,
Kaitlyn Payne SE 12 Infield Symmes Valley, Katie
Osburn SE 10 Pitcher Belpre, Grace Larrick SE 12 Infield
Leesburg Fairfield, Macey Stang SW 12 Infield Houston,
Brooke Gostomsky SW 12 Pitcher Covington.
SECOND TEAM: Samantha Collier Central 11
Infield Fairfield Christian, Rowan Rine Central 12 Infield
East Knox, Hannah Duff East 12 Pitcher Strasburg,
Kaitlyn Weaver East 10 Pitcher Shadyside, Devyn Flory
NE 11 Catcher Lisbon David Anderson, Meredith Grimes
NE 12 Infield Mathews, Samantha DeAnda NW 12
Pitcher Gibsonburg, Megan Depue NW 11 Infield Lucas,
Megan Draper NW 12 Catcher Toledo Christian, Rylee
Haswell NW 12 Infield New London, Addyson Horne
NW 12 Pitcher Plymouth, Cambria Kohlenberg NW
12 Outfield Mohawk, Allie Sheldon NW 12 Catcher
Arlington, Tressa Carter SE 12 Outfield Portsmouth Clay,
Mikayla Newland SE 11 Pitcher Paint Valley, Maggie
Whitman SE 10 Pitcher Portsmouth Norte Dame, Kacey
Smith SW 11 Pitcher Williamsburg, Maria Herron SW 11
Catcher Russia.
HONORABLE MENTION (Local Players): Kara
May NW 10 Infield Spencerville, Abigail Schroeder NW
10 Outfield Miller City.
=========
DIVISION III
FIRST TEAM: Samantha Brininger Central 12
Infield Cardington, Avery Clark Central 10 Infield North
Union, Lynsey Meeks Central 11 Infield Worthington
Christian, Allison Luneborg East 11 Pitcher Garaway,
Shaye DeLeonardis East 12 Pitcher Martins Ferry,
Hannah Fricke NE 9 Pitcher Northwestern, Elizabeth
Birkbeck NE 12 Catcher Orrville, Caragyn Yanek NE 11
Pitcher South Range, MacKenzie Albright NW 12 Infield
Pemberville, Natalie Herder NW 11 Infield Patrick Henry,
Sydney Studer NW 10 Pitcher Colonel Crawford, Michal
Cunningham SE 12 Infield Wheelersburg, Kendall Meeks

SE 12 Pitcher Alexander, Jill Hariston SE 11 Pitcher Rock


Hill, Sammi Miller SW 11 Outfield Indian Lake, Danielle
Ray SW 12 Pitcher Badin, Natalie Higgins SW 12 Infield
Madison Senior.
SECOND TEAM: Maddi Lusk Central 12 Pitcher
Johnstown, Savannah Chalfant Central 12 Pitcher
Cardington, Madison Wedding Central 10 Pitcher North
Union, Tyrah King East 12 Infield Martins Ferry, Hannah
Smith East 10 Pitcher Buckeye Trail, Shannon McGee
NE 12 Infield Berkshire, Jenna Williams NE 12 Pitcher
Manchester, McKenzie Zigmont NE 11 Pitcher Champion,
Quinn Beck NW 12 Catcher Paulding, Ashley Hitchcock
NW 9 Pitcher Eastwood, Cassi Wyse NW 12 Infield
Archbold, Kalle Coleman SE 11 Infield Wheelersburg,
Alley Carman SE 11 Pitcher Ironton, Rebecca Brown
SE 11 Pitcher Westfall, Abby Ehrenborg SW 11 Catcher
Triad, Kaitlyn Moore SW 12 Pitcher Northeastern, Jenna
Robbins SW 10 Pitcher Northwestern.
==========
DIVISION II
FIRST TEAM: Courtney Vierstra Central 11 Pitcher
Lakewood, Mady Watson Central 12 Pitcher Jonathan
Alder, Brenna Brownfield Central 11 Pitcher Lakewood,
Madison Riggle East 12 Pitcher Maysville, Riley Paxson
East 11 Infield Tri-Valley, Alyssa Irons NE 12 Pitcher
Jefferson Area, Sammie Stefan NE 11 Infield Keystone,
Bailey Byers NE 11 Catcher West Branch, Sam Hamski
NE 12 Catcher Jefferson Area, Kayla Wulf NW 11
Catcher Maumee, Kennadie Goth NW 11 Infield Shelby,
Maddy Rathbun NW 11 Catcher Oak Harbor, Alexis
Eaton SE 11 Pitcher Fairfield Union, Michaela Criner
SE 12 Infield Fairfield Union, Carly Turner SW 10
Pitcher Kenton Ridge, Allison Minnich SW 12 Pitcher
Greenville, Kelsey Warman SW 12 Infield Ross.
SECOND TEAM: Maria Cegledy Central 12 Infield
Bishop Hartley, Claire Nicholson Central 11 Infield River
Valley, Vega Theophilus Central 12 Pitcher Granville,
Meghan May East 12 Infield Dover, Abby Tatgenhorst
East 12 Catcher Meadowbrook, Lauren Shaw NE 11
Pitcher Keystone, Summer Constable NE 12 Outfield
Keystone, Kylie Coffelt NE 10 Pitcher West Branch,
Sarah Coyne NE 12 Outfield Brooklyn, Megan Fisher
NW 11 Pitcher Wapakoneta, Sophia Pressler NW 10
Outfield Bellevue, Ashley Rikey NW 10 Pitcher Oak
Harbor, Haley Large SE 12 Catcher Chillicothe, Bailey
Kemp SE 11 Infield Circleville, Lauren Linn SW 12
Catcher Shawnee, Mary Sizer SW 10 Pitcher Western
Brown, Caitlyn Robinson SW 12 Outfield ClintonMassie.
===========

See SOFTBALL, page 7

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Sports

Licolnview tops Van


Wert 7-6 in ACME
By Jim Cox
DHI Media Correspondent
sports@timesbulletin.com

MIDDLE POINT
Lincolnview and Van Wert,
two teams with lots of
new players, slugged it out
Wednesday evening in an
interesting ACME game that
was won by the Lancers, 7-6.
Lincolnview moves to 1-6
while Van Wert falls to 2-5.
It was 3-3 through 5 1/2
innings before the action
picked up considerably.
In the bottom of the sixth,
Lincolnviews bats came
alive against Cougar reliever
Connor Army. With one out,
Braxton Fox smoked a liner
that Army knocked down but
couldnt find in time to get
Fox at first. Ethan Parsons
bunted Fox over before
Chayten Overholt lined a single to center. Gavin Carter
ripped a single to left, scoring
Fox with the go-ahead run
and putting runners on the
corners again. Jaden Youtsey
drove in both Overholt and
Carter with a double down
the left-field line and Braden
Evans plated Youtsey with a
single to center. Lancers led
7-3 after six.
That 4-run lead proved to
be enough barely.
The Van Wert bats, too,
came alive off of Lancer
reliever Carter in the top of
the seventh. John Lee led off
with a double down the leftfield line, then scored when

They are determined as follows:


1. Must be a letter winner in the
sport.
2. Gold Level GPA of 3.5 to
4.0 during the season
3. Silver Level GPA of 3.00 to
3.49 during the season
BOYS TRACK
ADA Gold: Blake Willeke, Jake
Agin, Eric Armbrecht, Jackson
Conrad, Nathan Mattson, Noah
Mattson, Owen Conley, Andrew
Robey; Silver: Brad Clum.
ALLEN EAST Gold: Caleb
Austin, Tim Dunn, Austin Louth,
Brock Spencer; Silver: Zane
Bowman.
BLUFFTON Gold: Luke Young,
Jackson Steinmetz, Nick Marcum,
Phillip Tatarkov, Christopher
Harnish, Eli Bourassa, Josh Begg,
Trevor Bassitt, Isaac Andreas, Adam
Wannemacher; Silver: Nick Luke,
Antony Kingsley, Blake Sampson.
COLUMBUS GROVE Gold:
Baily Clement, Alex Giesige,
Aaron Bremer, Ryan Price, Aidan
Fortman, Logan Diller, James
Schroeder, Caiden Grothaus, Grant
Cassidy, Ryan Tabler; Silver:
Preston Brubaker, Lachlan Clymer,
Rece Roney, Austin Sager, Grant
Mumaugh.
CRESTVIEW
Gold:
Joel
Germann, Adam Saylor Dylan
Sparks, Ford Tatum; Silver: Sage
Schaffner, Jonah Updegrove, Josiah
Updegrove, Griffen Waltmire.
DELPHOS JEFFERSON Gold:
Adam Rode, Cole Arroyo, Wyatt
Place, Evan Poling, Brayden
McClure, Dylan Nagel; Silver: Riley
Claypool, Michael Cline, Bryce
Lindeman, Zac Scirocco, Grant
Wallace, Hunter Binkley, Drew
Reiss, Jacob McClure.
LINCOLNVIEW
Gold:
Chandler Adams, Colton Snyder,
Trevor Neate, Hayden Ludwig, Ryan
Rager, Austin Elick, Dylan Neate,
Brendan Hanf, Logan Williams, Alek
Bowersock; Silver: Louis Crow,
Casey Garay, Austin Nally, Braxten
Robey, Andrew Robinson, Karter
Tow, Jacob Keysor, Ryan Moody.
PAULDING
Gold:
Lucas
Arend, Branson Minck, Andrew
Lothammer, Matthew Martinez,
Simeon Shepherd, Dayton Price,
Aaron Horstman, Preston Ingol,
Shawn Jackson, Michael Kohart,
Josh Trausch, Brian Matson, Charles
Clapsaddle, Hunter Kesler, Joseph
Reineck; Silver: Andrew Staford,
Dylan Vogel, Bailey Manz.
SPENCERVILLE
Gold:
Nicholas Freewalt, Zachary Goecke,
Cole Market, Christopher Picker,
Evan Pugh; Silver: Gage Bellows,
Benjamin Dues, Robert Modic,
Mason Nourse, Calvin Wilson,
Matthew Wood, Cannan Johnson.
GIRLS TRACK
ADA Gold: Katey Stuart,
Rachel Wildman, Morgan Sutton,
Alexandria Boyadzhiev, Libbie
Milks, Grace Nelson, Caitlyn Stover,
Morgan Swick, Emma Ferguson,
Anabel Alexander, Jil Wolber; Silver:
Carlee Marshall, Latifah Bagais.
ALLEN EAST Gold: Lauren
Criblez, Aundrea Hensley, Morgan
Niemeyer; Silver: Jade Meyer,
Savannah Silone.
BLUFFTON Gold: Abbey

Softball

BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
Darius Eddins bouncer was jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

booted. Eddins stole second. An out later, Lawson


Blackmore doubled to the
left-centerfield gap, scoring
Eddins, went to third on a
wild pitch and scored on a
groundout by Nate Temple.
Van Wert had jumped out
to a 2-0 lead in the top of
the first on singles by Eddins
and Gutierrez followed by a
Lincolnview throwing error.
The Lancers tied it with
two unearned runs in the third
on only one hit, a double by
Parsons, taking advantage of
two walks and two errors.
The two starters, Eddins
for Van Wert and Parsons for
Lincolnview, had similar statistics, each giving up three
runs, only one of which was
earned.
Neither figured in the
decision; that was left up to
relievers Army for the Cougs
and Carter for the Lancers.
Van Wert (6)
Lee cf 2-1-1-0, Eddins p/2b 4-10-0, Gutierrez ss 4-1-1-0, Blackmore
2b/3b 4-3-3-1, Temple 1b 4-0-2-2,
Willingham 3b 2-0-0-0, Army 1-0-00, Pierce c 0-0-0-0, McHugh dh 3-00-0, Acquaviva lf 1-0-0-0, Wehner rf
3-0-0-0. Totals 28-6-7-3.
Lincolnview (7)
Overholt ss 4-2-1-0, Carter 3b/p
3-2-2-2, Youtsey 2b/3b 3-1-1-2,
Walker lf 3-0-0-0, Evans cf 3-0-1-1,
Kemler 1b/rf 2-0-0-0, Myers c 3-00-0, Fox rf/2b 2-1-1-0, Parsons p/1b
2-1-1-0. Totals 25-7-7-5.
2B Lee (VW), Blackmore
(VW), Temple (VW), Youtsey (LV),
Parsons (LV); Triple Blackmore
(VW); LOB VW 6, LV 7; WP
Carter. LP: Army.
Van Wert 200 100 3 - 6 7 4
Lincolnview 002 014 x - 7 7 2

Gambrell, Darby Prichard, Zoie


Joseph, Emily Metzger, Karis
Wilson, Kelli Leugers, Allison
Wise, Sydney Hoff, Lucie Fett,
Leah Conley, Kayla Kindle, Sarah
Theisen, Haley Baker, Elizabeth
Nisly; Silver: Sierra Ribley, Alyssa
Casemeier.
COLUMBUS GROVE Gold:
Robyn Schumacher, Becca Meyer,
Mackenzie Clymer, Raiya Flores,
Lynea Diller, Candace Downing,
Allison Choi, Taylor Ellerbrock,
Hallie Malsam, Kirsten Malsam,
Leah Myerholtz, Kaitlyn Price,
Autumn Thompson, Amy Vorst,
Rylee Sybert; Silver: Macy McCluer,
Kara Sanderson, Haley Roe, Alycea
Ruhlen, Carlee McCluer, Bailey
Dunifon, Madisyn Maag
CRESTVIEW Gold: Tommi
Andersen, Abigail Bagley, Katie
Hughes, Elizabeth Mitchener,
Nevada Smith, Kara Strabbing,
Chelsea Taylor; Silver: Cierra Grose,
Danielle Ray.
DELPHOS JEFFERSON Gold:
Brooke Gallmeier, Taylor Stroh,
Jenna Dunlap, Marrisa Sheeter,
Macy Wallace; Silver: Bria McClure,
Kelsey
Berelsman,
Kendall
Marquiss, Brooke Rice.
LINCOLNVIEW Gold: Anna
Gorman, Whitney Welker, Brooke
Thatcher, Miah Katalenas, Trinity
Welch, Madison Dickson, Brayden
Langdon, Adia Welch, Madeline
Snyder, Raegan Boley, Rylee Byrne;
Silver: Alyssa Matthews, Kylie
Hohman.
PAULDING Gold: Emilee
Ringler, Bailey Meyer, Tori
Bradford, JoEllyn Salinas, Christine
Clapsaddle, Stephanie Powell, Abbie
McMichael, Jocelyn Camposano,
Caitlyn Myers, Jacee Harwell,
Miah
Coil,Kaylee
Plummer,
Gabriella Stahl, Kaylen Hale, Mary
Cate Panico, Jessica Weller, Leah
Nusbaum, Kristen Razo, Abbie
Leaman, Alex Arend; Silver: Taylor
March, Erin Karlstact.
SPENCERVILLE Gold: Allison
Adams, Brooke Bockey, Torie
Bockey, Allison Bowsher, Christina
Emery, Gabrielle Goecke, Sophia
Nourse, Sydney Shaffer, Kennedy
Sharp, Jayden Smith, Sarah
Woods; Silver: Grace Hollar, Alivia
McMichael.
BASEBALL
ADA Gold: Brayden Sautter,
Tyler Archer, Seth Evans, Austin
Amburgey; Silver: Coleten Lee,
Austin Everhart, Kolton Spangler.
ALLEN EAST Gold: Bret
Ketchum, Brayden Newland, Luke
Perkins, Evan Stover, Brent Wilson;
Silver: Travis Guthrie, Griffin
Newland.
BLUFFTON Gold: Kaden
Reneker, Colin Phillips, Dakota
Bricker, Tyler McLaughlin, Matt
Bowden, Jason Bracy; Silver:
Braeden Edwards, Kyle Swank.
COLUMBUS
GROVE
Gold: Garrett Hauenstein, Reid
Stechschulte, Jake Utendorf, Adam
Birkemeier; Silver: Ryan Verhoff,
Ethan Blankemeyer.
CRESTVIEW Gold: Derek
Biro, Colby Clifton, Luke Gerardot,
Caden Hurless, Jacob Painter,
Brant Richardson, Spencer Rolsten,
Zechariah Simerman; Silver: Tanner
Crowle, Payton Knittle, Jordan
Miller, Derek Stout.
DELPHOS JEFFERSON Gold:
Gage Mercer, Andrew Foust, Jace
Stockwell, Caleb Lucas, Andre

(Continued from page 6)

DIVISION I

The Herald 7

Jays rally late to edge Wildcats


DELPHOS

Fundamentals.
Even though during the
ACME Summer Baseball
League, when practice time is
limited, it still comes down to
the basics of hitting, fielding
and pitching.
Both St. Johns and
Jefferson struggled both at
the plate combining for
nine hits and in the field
(10 errors, 6 by the host
Wildcats).
In the end, the Blue Jays
had a 3-run seventh inning
and grabbed a 6-4 victory on
a gorgeous late-spring evening at Wildcat Field.
After the Wildcats (3-3)
rallied to take the lead 4-3 in
the bottom of the sixth, St.
Johns (4-0) answered those
runs against third Jefferson
hurler Brenan Auer. Eric Vogt
grounded a single into left,
took second on an error on a
pickoff try and tied it courtesy of a triple to the right-center fence by Buddy Jackson.
An error on Josh Warneckes
grounder plated the runner for
a 5-4 edge. Jacob Youngpeter
walked and an out later,
Corey Koverman blooped a
hit down the left-field line
to load the bases. Chandler
Skym flied out to center to
get Warnecke in for a 6-4
lead and sent Youngpeter to
third but Auer got the final
out to leave it a 2-run deficit.
Vogt, on in his second

NWC Spring Scholar-Athletes

Information Submitted
Northwest Conference
Scholar-Athletes for the
spring were annnounced.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

FIRST TEAM: Madison Huck Central


12 P Delaware Hayes, Alyssa Rothwell
Central 12 P Teays Valley, Andrea Farrah
Central 12 OF Pickerington Central, Megan

Reed, Darius Shurelds; Silver: Eli


Kimmett, Easton Siefker, Jacob
Boop, Jordan Boop.
LINCOLNVIEW Gold: Austin
Leeth, Dustin Hale, Derek Youtsey,
Chayten Overholt, Ethan Kemler;
Silver: Cole Schmersal, Jalen
Roberts, Sam Myers.
PAULDING Gold: Corbin
Edwards, Damon Egnor, Alex
Arellano, Jarrett Sitton, Preston
Johanns, Marcus Miller, Cade
McGarvey, Jaret Miller; Silver:
Cameron Doster, Carson Shull.
SPENCERVILLE Gold: Lucas
Carpenter, Hunter French, Thad
Ringwald, David Wisher, Mitchell
Youngpeter; Silver: Chandler Kahle,
Keaton Lotz, Brady Nolan, Hunter
Stephen.
SOFTBALL
ADA Gold: Ashley Sumner,
Mackenzie Wills, Teyah Sautter,
Madisyn Gossard, Kaiti Newland,
Sydney Newland, Olivia Alexander,
Taryn Fullom; Silver: Teara Coulson,
Raina England.
ALLEN EAST Gold: Lakin
Basham, Alexandra Briley, Chloe
Lawrence, McKenzie Mann, Summer
McCluskey, Alexis McCluer, Riley
Newland, Kylie Wyss, Alyssa Young,
Morgan Zellmann; Silver: Kaitlyn
Calvert, Ariana Schmiedebusch,
Alexis Wireman.
BLUFFTON Gold: Mara Minnig,
Aimee Ritter, Katie Prater, Averey
Rumer, Abbie Parkins, Samantha
Fruchey; Silver: Alivia Koenig,
Taylor Monday.
COLS GROVE Gold: Mackenzie
Wurth,Samantha Rosengarten, Kyrah
Yinger, Marybeth Nemire, Brooke
Hoffman, Grace Schroeder, Jenny
Ellerbrock, Madison Nusbaum,
Lauren
Birkemeier,
Victoria
Warnecke; Silver: Danielle Bame.
CRESTVIEW Gold: Sydney
Bowen, Kristen Etzler, Brady Guest,
Avery McCoy, Cora Millay, Codi
Miller, Tianna Rager, Kenadie
Speith; Silver: Alyssa Gent, Tiffany
Weaver.
DELPHOS JEFFERSON Gold:
Jessica Pimpas, Claire Thompson,
Sierra Marlow, Sara Zalar, Kylie
Gossett, Michelle Rode; Silver:
Sophia Wilson, Kiya Wollenhaupt.
LINCOLNVIEW
Gold:
Savannah Bigham, Zoe Miller,
Macala Ashbaugh, Kayla Schroeder,
McKenzie Davis, Makenzie Kraft,
Alena Looser, Marissa Miller, Lakin
Brant, Carly Wendel; Silver: Sidney
Jenkins, Haley Overholt, Morgan
Miller.
PAULDING Gold: Darian
Andrews, Kelsey Beck, Kristen
Schilt, Stephanie Trausch, Leona
Aldred, Daleigh Davis, Karissa
Lucas, Bailey Pieper, Audrey Manz,
Asia Arellano, Mya Andrews, Haylee
Dominique.
SPENCERVILLE
Gold:
Alexandra Hamrick, Jenna Henline,
Kendra Johnston, Kara May, Julie
Mulholland, Madison Pugh, Bailey
Swartz, Tiffany Work, Emily Zak;
Silver: Madison Kline, Aubrey
Koverman, Samantha Sutherly.
BOYS TENNIS
ADA Gold: Zach Beaschler,
Evan Smittle, Cade Mullins, Jake
Colwell; Silver: Acel Gamble, Gabe
Hasan.
BLUFFTON Gold: Jake Staley,
Christian Groman, Misha Groman,
Justin Haggard, Levi Mikesell,
Trevor Bunch; Silver: Ryan Sprague,
Jaret Geiser, Tad Steiner.

McMenemy Central 11 IF Westerville


Central, Jessie Rock Central 11 C Groveport,
Destinee Brooks East 12 P Zanesville,
Andrea Scali NE 11 P Parma, Carly Bachna
NE 12 IF Elyria, Jessie Holzman NE 12 OF
Medina, Vanessa Vodan NE 12 C BereaMidpark, Kaitlyn Yun NE 11 IF North
Canton Hoover, Kaitlyn Ray NW 12 P

St. Johns Seth Linder begins his swing on this offering from Jeffersons Tyler Shrider
while catcher Dre Reed keeps the target in an ACME game Wednesday night at Wildcat
Field. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
frame of relief, retired the
Wildcats in order.
Vogt led off the Jays second against Jefferson starter Tyler Shrider by getting
aboard via a throwing error,
stole second, took third on
an error on the sequence and
scored on Jacksons groundout to short.
The hosts tied in in the
bottom half on a 1-out error
on Darius Shurelds fly ball,
a 2-out free pass to Dre Reed
and a line single to left center
by Andrew Foust.
St. Johns broke the 1-1
tie in the upper fourth. With
one gone, Vogt walked and
stole second. However, he
was caught in a rundown off
a Jackson grounder to short
for the second out. Warnecke
beat out an infield hit that
second baseman Foust dove
to keep on the infield. Both
runners advanced on a passed
ball and scored on a 2-run
opposite-field double to left

center by Youngpeter for a


3-1 lead by the Jays.
Jefferson went up 4-3 in
the bottom of the sixth. With
two down, including Troy
Elwer robbing Brett Mahlie
with a sliding catch in center,
Auer legged out an infield hit
to the hole at deep short and
Stockwell and Jordan Boop
worked a free pass to load the
sacks. An error on Shurelds
grounder plated Auer and
Shrider lined a single to center to score Stockwell and
Boop home for a 4-3 edge
and bringing Vogt in.
St. Johns is in an LCC
tournament at 10 a.m. today
and Sunday at Simmons
Field, while Jefferson is at
Van Wert 6 p.m. Monday.

McDonalds Junior Series


Ohio Family Safety
Junior Open - Hidden
Creek Golf Club

6 Puthoff, Daniel 47 48 95
7 Roby, Peyton 48 52 100
8 Cook, Andrew 50 54 104
9 Gallman, Alex 51 57 108
10 Ruble, Braydon 61 48 109
BOYS 16-18
1 Hensel, Britton 37 33 70
2 Miller, Jared 36 35 71
3 Rager, Joshah 36 40 76
3 Reed, Sam 36 40 76
4 Belcher, Aaron 38 40 78
5 Martinez, Dylan 41 38 79
5 Mckee, Anthony 42 37 79
5 McKinley, Keaton 40 39 79
5 Sweede, Tanner 41 38 79
6 Miller, Logan 43 37 80
6 Naumann, Kyle 35 45 80
7 Dray, Logan 40 41 81
8 Richardson, Kayne 41 41 82
9 Black, Jacob 43 40 83
9 Gottemoeller, Brad 43 40 83
9 Hollman, Jacob 41 42 83
10 Hernandez, Jared 44 40 84
10 Klausing, Derek 39 45 84
11 Kuck, Elijah 44 41 85
12 Boone, Andrew 44 43 87
13 Bullock, Drew 47 46 93
13 Wingett, Josh 46 47 93

ST. JOHNS (6)


Troy Elwer cf 4-0-0-0, Troy
Schwinnen lf 2-0-0-0, Seth Linder
p/ss 3-0-0-0, Eric Vogt ss/p 2-21-0, Buddy Jackson c 3-2-1-2,
Josh Warnecke 3b 3-2-1-0, Jacob
Youngpeter 1b 2-0-1-2, Tony
Sanders rf 2-0-0-0, Carter Teman ph/
rf 1-0-0-0, Dominic Metzger dh 2-0-

0-0, Corey Koverman 2b/ph 1-0-1-0,


Adam Gerker 2b 0-0-0-0, Chandler
Skym eh 2-0-0-1. Totals 27-6-5-5.
JEFFERSON (4)
Jason Mahlie ss/3b 3-0-00, Brenan Auer cf/p 3-1-2-0, Jace
Stockwell 2b/ss 1-1-0-0, Jordan
Boop lf 2-1-0-0, Darius Shurelds
3b/p/eh 2-1-0-0, David Grant rf 1-00-0, Tyler Shrider p/1b 3-0-1-2, Dre
Reed c 2-0-0-0, Andrew Foust rf/2b
3-0-1-1, Caleb Lucas 1b/rf/cf 3-00-0, Connor Anspach eh/rf 3-0-0-0,
Daniel Lehmkuhl ph 1-0-0-0. Totals
26-4-4-3.
Score by Innings: R H E
St. Johns 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 - 6 5 4
Jefferson 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 - 4 4 6
E: Mahlie 4, Schwinnen 2, Vogt 2,
Stockwell, Shrider; LOB: St. Johns,
4, Jefferson 5; 2B: Youngpeter; 3B:
Jackson; SB: Vogt 2, Schwinnen,
Stockwell; POB: Schwinnen (by
Shrider), Youngpeter (by Shrider),
Auer (by Linder); SF: Skym.
IP H R ER BB SO
ST. JOHNS
Shrider 5.2 4 4 0 3 1
Vogt (W) 1.1 0 0 0 0 1
JEFFERSON
Shrider 4.0 2 3 2 2 5
Shurelds 2.0 0 0 0 0 1
Auer (L) 1.0 3 3 2 1 1
PB: Reed. BB: Stockwell 2,
Schwinnen, Vogt, Youngpeter, Boop,
Reed. Pitches-Strikes: Linder 91-51,
Vogt 18-13; Shrider 71-44, Shurelds
25-15, Auer 30-20.

Lima Junior Golf Association

Pos Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total
Par 4 3 4 5 4 3 4 5 4 36 5 4 4 4 4
3 5 4 3 36 72
BOYS 12-13
1 Harmon, Carson 39
2 Smith, Solomon 42
3 Koenig, Cole 47
4 Hall, Britton 48
5 Wisser, Alex 7 49
6 Koesters, Sam 53
7 Wilsey, Clay 58
8 Minnig, Micah 61
9 Collins, Cameron 63
10 Adcock, Matthew 72
11 Goff, Riley 73
12 Truman, Kaden 89
BOYS 14-15
1 Nartker, Christian 41 35 76
2 Harmon, Gavin 40 37 77
3 Harmon, Ethan 44 42 86
4 Gerker, Adam 45 43 88
5 Koesters, Reed 47 47 94

Wildlife

(Continued from page 6)


Participation is determined by random computer-generated drawings. Applications may not be faxed or
emailed. Application fees are non-refundable. Hunters
may apply for and participate in, as either a hunter or a
partner, no more than one hunt per area, per year. Hunters
who fail to adhere to this rule risk disqualification and
loss of their application fee. Drawings will be held for
each area and each hunt date. Drawings are held in early
August for the early waterfowl hunts and in September
for all others.
Hunters can apply for the controlled hunts by completing the application process online using the Wild
Ohio Customer Center at wildohio.gov or by calling
800-WILDLIFE (800-945-3543) and requesting a mail-in
application. There is a non-refundable application fee of
$3 per hunt.
Successful applicants will be notified and provided
additional hunt information by mail and email. Applicants
are encouraged to visit the Wild Ohio Customer Center to
view the status of their application and, if selected, print
their controlled hunt permit.
More specific information about hunt dates and locations, including opportunities dedicated to youth, women
and mobility-impaired hunters, can be found at wildohio.
gov on the Controlled Hunts page. ODNR ensures a
balance between wise use and protection of our natural
resources for the benefit of all. Visit the ODNR website
at ohiodnr.gov.
Find information about each opportunity and applications here: http://ow.ly/ggvM300QbeB
=========
Planning a getaway this summer? Take advantage of
this deal! Now, all Ohio fishing, hunting and trapping
license holders can stay at one of eight Ohio State Park

Baseball
(Continued from page 6)
Outfield: Cory Heffron Colerain
SW, Ethan St. Clair Avon NE,
Jack Longo Mayfield, Nate Cobb
Massillion Jackson NE.
Utility: Jay Denman Tol.
St.Francis de Sales NW.
Second Team:
Pitcher: Jake Bourke Springboro

Anthony Wayne, Haley Dominique NW 12


OF Oregon Clay, Grayce Huntsberger SE 12
IF Logan, Hannah Messer SW 12 IF Lakota
East, Taylor Wilp SW 12 IF Oak Hills, Allie
Cummins SW 10 IF Lakota West, Mollie
Paulick SW 12 P Centerville, Kianah Towe
SW 12 P Lakota East.
SECOND TEAM: Erica Buchanan

14 Henley, Walker 48 50 98
15 Ambroza, Drew 47 53 100
16 Miller, Joey 10 5 5 6 5 5 6 8 6
56 8 7 6 4 7 4 7 5 3 51 107
GIRLS 15 & UNDER
1 Mulcahy, Erin 7 4 6 5 4 3 5 4
4 42 42
2 Mulcahy, Mary Kelly 5 5 6 7 4
4 6 4 4 45 45
3 Mulcahy, Meghan 7 5 6 5 6 4
7 4 3 47 47
4 Koenig, Alivia 7 7 6 5 4 5 6
6 4 50 50
5 Coughlan, Kennedy 7 6 7 5 7
3 9 5 6 55 55
6 Burgess, Taylor 10 6 6 7 6 3
10 5 4 57 57
7 Nartker, Kayla 9 7 9 5 5 6 11
6 4 62 62
8 Naumann, Ellen 5 5 16 5 10 7
8 4 4 64 64
GIRLS 16-18
1 Schmitmeyer, Jill 37 38 75
2 Sammons, Sierra 48 43 91
3 Coughlan, Kayleigh 45 47 92
4 Spainhower, Megan 43 50 93
5 Minnig, Mara 59 50 109

lodges and take 10% off the cost of your lodging. http://
parks.ohiodnr.gov/discounts
===========
Learning how to hunt wild game can be a challenge
if you dont have anyone to show you how. If you want
to learn about the basics of hunting, you are invited to
attend a 5-session start-up program that will give you the
skills you need to start this fun tradition. The introductory meeting will be offered at the Pomeroy Library in
Meigs County, W. 216 Main St, Pomeroy, Ohio 45769
on Thursday, June 23 at 5:30pm. If you have questions,
please call Chelsea Herrick at 740-589-9942.
=========
Grand River Wildlife Area acreage rows
AKRON Thanks to generous donations from
the Trumbull County Federation of Sportsmans Clubs,
the Northern Ohio Chapter of the American Woodcock
Society, the National Wild Turkey Federation and the
Mosquito Creek Chapter of Whitetails Unlimited, a total
of 21.43 acres of land adjacent to Grand River Wildlife
Area (GRWA) was recently purchased, according to the
ODNR.
The four partner organizations fully covered 25%
(over $8,000) of the costs. The remaining 75% of the purchase price was paid with federal aid reimbursable funds
acquired through the Pittman-Robertson Act.
This purchase will square off our current landholdings
as well as help to bridge the gap between the northern
and southern parcels at GRWA. The new parcel will add
a young forest component in order to diversify the wet
forest that encompasses much of GRWA.
It is a unique and wild place that is enjoyed my many
different types of enthusiasts visiting from Youngstown to
Cleveland. This area will take you back in time before the
great swamps were drained. This vast track of wet forest,
marshes, and streams offer a challenge to the hunters that
choose to navigate it.

SW, Gavin Lyon Westerville Central


C, Collin Romel Olmsted Falls NE.
Catcher: Joey Bubonics Solon
NE, Spencer Yankle Olentangy
Liberty C.
First Base: Matt Eisworth
Mentor NE.
Infield: Wes Reid Milfod SW,
Mike Tsironis Solon NE, Nick
Northcut Mason SW, Tyler Burley
Vandalia- Butler SW, Collin

Central 11 P Hilliard Davidson, Alyson


Harrell Central 11 IF Gahanna, Sierra
Parkinson Central 11 IF New Albany,
Katelynn Russell Central 11 C Marysville,
Kallie Boren Central 11 IF Pickerington
Central, Elizabeth Ellis NE 12 P Elyria, Madi
McCrady NE 11 P Walsh Jesuit, Brooklyn
Benkowski NE 12 C Twinsburg, Makenna

Witherspoon Bedford NE.


Outfield:CarlTurnerGahanna-
Lincoln C, Mac Schoenman Hudson
NE, Heffron Cory Colerain SW, Matt
Walters Pickerington Central C.
Utility: Tyler Brown Olentangy
Orange C, Aaron Zawadski Olmsted
Falls NE.

Durieux NE 10 P Massillon Perry, Morgan


Hamker NE 12 OF Midview, Bri Pratt NW
10 P Perrysburg, Kelsey Uhl NW 10 IF
Holland Springfield, Emily Young SW 10
IF Ursuline Academy, Elle Buffenbarger
SW 11 P Mason, Taylor Hoover SW 12 C
Northmont, Kelsey Seitz SW 11 IF Milford,
Ava Lawson SW 12 OF McAuley.

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The First 48 (TV14) HD
TURN Wash Spies HD
Dirty Harry (71, R) HD
(7:45) Dirty Harry (71, R) aaac Clint Eastwood. HD TURN Wash Spies (N)
Yukon Men: Logjam
Dark Woods Justice
North Woods Law HD
Yukon Men: Logjam
Yukon Men (TVPG) HD
Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family (11, PG-13) ac Tyler Perry. HD
Wendy Williams (N) HD
BET Experience HD
Real Housewives (N)
(:01) Housewives (N) HD Watch What Housewives (TV14)
Sthn Charm
Southern Charm (N)
King of Hill Bob's Brgrs Bob's Brgrs Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Tyson
Squidbillies
Reba HD
Roseanne
Last Man Last Man Jarhead (05, R) aaa Jake Gyllenhaal, Peter Sarsgaard. HD
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Newsroom (N) HD
Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight Not Safe
Fat N' Furious (N) HD
(:04) Street Outlaws HD (:06) Fat N' Furious HD
Street Outlaws: Full (N) Street Outlaws (N) HD
Judy Moody Bummer Summer (11) Jessie HD Undercover Girl World Stuck Mid. Best Friends The Scream Team (02)
Botched (TV14) HD
E! News (N) HD
Botched: The Serial
Botched (TV14) HD
Baseball Tonight HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
(7:00) MLB Baseball: Chicago vs Washington HD
UEFA Euro 2016: Group E: Italy at Belgium
Baseball Tonight HD
(7:00) 2016 NCAA Baseball Championship (Live)
Kids BBQ Champ (N)
Cake Wars (N) HD
Chopped: Gastropub
Chopped (TV G) HD
Cake Wars (TV G) HD
Guilt: Pilot (N) HD
Monica the Medium (N) The 700 Club (TV G)
Hannah
Hannah
Catching Fire (13) HD
Despicable Me 2 (13, PG) aaac Steve Carell.
Despicable Me 2 (13, PG) aaac Steve Carell.
Little Man (06) ac HD
Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Hunters
Hunters
Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House
Barbarians Rising: Rebellion (TV14) (N) HD
(:03) Barbarians Rising: Rebellion (TV14) HD
Barbarians Rising HD
Devious Maids (N) HD
UnREAL (TV14) (N) HD
UnREAL: Insurgent
(:02) Devious Maids HD
Devious Maids HD
Teen Mom 2 (N) HD
Are You the One? (N)
Scream: TV Series (N) Are You the One? HD
Teen Mom 2 HD
Nicky
Kingdom
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
The Expendables 2 (12, R) aaa Sylvester Stallone.
The Expendables (10, R) aac Sylvester Stallone. HD
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (90, PG) aaa
Hunters (N) HD
Teenage Mutant (91)
12 Monkeys (N) HD
A. Tribeca Conan HD
Family Guy Am. Dad
A. Tribeca Family Guy Family Guy Frontal (N) Conan (TV14) (N) HD
(:15) The Girl Said No (30, NR) William Haynes.
Anna Christie (30, NR) Greta Garbo.
(:45) Let Us Be Gay (30, NR) aa
Deadly Women HD
Ghost Brothers HD
Deadly Women HD
Ghost Brothers HD
Deadly Women HD
Rizzoli & Isles (N) HD
Major Crimes (N) HD
Rizzoli & Isles HD
Major Crimes HD
Rizzoli & Isles HD
Hotel Impossible (N) HD Bizarre Foods America Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre HD Bizarre HD Bizarre Foods HD
Queens
Queens
Queens
Lopez HD (:48) George Lopez HD Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
(:05) Investors Club
Chrisley
First HD
WWE Monday Night Raw Final parting shots before PPV. HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Home Videos HD
Home Videos HD
U.S. Marshals (98, PG-13) aaa Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes. HD
HBO Boxing After Dark Title fight. (Replay) HD
Thrones
Furious 7 (15, PG-13) aaa Vin Diesel, Paul Walker.
Outcast
(:45) The Specialist (94, R) aa HD
Street Kings (08, R) HD (:15) John Wick (14, R) aaac Keanu Reeves.
Billions (TV14) HD
House Lies Penny Dreadful HD
House Lies
Good Kill Stanley
Penny Dreadful HD

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JUNE 13, 2016


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11:30

| Bee Gees One Night Only

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The Forever Wisdom Of Dr. Wayne Dyer

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JUNE 12, 2016

8:30

Celebrity Family Feud Celebrity Family Feud Local Programs


Local Programs
Home Videos HD
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The 70th Annual Tony Awards (TVPG) HD
Local Programs
Dateline NBC HD
2016 Stanley Cup Final: Game 6": Pittsburgh vs San Jose (Live) HD
Simpsons Brooklyn Family Guy Last Man Local Programs
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Die Another Day (02)
Quantum Solace (08)
Skyfall (12, PG-13) aaac Daniel Craig, Judi Dench.
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
Preacher (TVMA) (N) HD Ride w/ Norman (N) HD Preacher (TVMA) HD
Ride w/ Norman HD
Preacher: See HD
North Woods Law HD
(:02) Lone Star Law HD North Woods Law HD
North Woods Law HD
North Woods Law (N)
Soul (08) (:50) To Be Announced
Popoff
Danny
Housewives (TV14)
Shahs of Sunset
Watch What Shahs of Sunset
Below
Shahs of Sunset (N)
China, Il
King of Hill Cleve. Show Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Rick/Morty Tyson (N) AUPS1
King (N)
King HD
King HD
2016 CMT Music Awards (TVPG) HD
Bruce Almighty (03) HD King (N)
Parts Unknown (N)
United Shades (N) HD
United Shades HD
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
Gabriel Iglesias: Aloha Fluffy HD
(:29) Iglesias (TV14) HD Gabriel Iglesias: Aloha Fluffy HD
Gabriel Iglesia HD
Naked and Afraid HD
Naked and Afraid (N)
Naked and Afraid (N)
Dark Woods Justice
Naked and Afraid HD
(:45) High School Musical 3: Senior Year (08, G) Mickey
Ready to Run (00) aa
High School Musical 2 (07, NR) HD
#RichKids (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
#RichKids (TV14) HD
Kardashians: Fake It
Kardashians (N) HD
SportsCenter HD
Baseball
MLB Baseball: Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants (Live) HD
UEFA Euro ESPN FC
(6:00) NCAA Baseball
2016 NCAA Baseball Championship: TCU vs Texas A&M (Live) HD
Food Network Star HD
Guy's Grocery Games Food Network Star (N) Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Chopped (TV G) HD
Osteen
Turning
Cast Away (:45) The Hunger Games (12, PG-13) aaa Jennifer Lawrence, Stanley Tucci. HD
The Wolf of Wall Street (13, R) aaac
(7:00) The Wolf of Wall Street (13, R) aaac Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill.
Lakefront Lakefront Carib Life Carib Life Island Life Island Life Hunters
Hunters
Carib Life Carib Life
American Pickers HD
Mountain Men HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
(:02) Killing Mommy (16, NR) Yvonne Zima. HD
Killing Mommy (16) HD The Night Stalker (16) Lou Diamond Phillips. HD
(:05) Project X (12, R)
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Zombieland (09, R) aaac Woody Harrelson. HD
Nicky
School
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Friday the 13th Part VIII (89, R) ac Kane Hodder.
Friday 13th VII (88) aa Friday the 13th (09, R) aac Jared Padalecki. HD
A. Tribeca A. Tribeca Shrek 2
The Lego Movie (14)
(:15) The Lego Movie (14, PG) aaac Will Ferrell, Jadon Sand.
(:45) The Blue Dahlia (46, NR) Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake. HD
Gribiche (26, NR) aac
The Glass Key (42, NR) aaa
Single Dad Seeking...
Sister Wives: Meri Makes Amends (TVPG) HD
Sister Wives: Meri Makes Amends (N) HD
Hobbit: Smaug (13) HD The Last Ship (N) HD
The Last Ship (N) HD
(:02) The Last Ship HD (:02) The Last Ship HD
Extreme RVs (N) HD
Extreme RVs (N) HD
Funny (N) Bizarre HD Extreme RVs HD
Food Paradise HD
Reba HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Reba HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
(7:35) The Fast and the Furious (01, PG-13) aaa Motive: Amateurs (N)
Why Did I Get Married Too? (10, PG-13) ac HD
Why Did I Get Married? (07, PG-13) aac Tyler Perry, Sharon Leal. HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
Elementary: Details
Elementary (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Silicon Valley Veep (N)
Oliver (N) Game of Thrones HD
Veep HD
Everest (15, PG-13) HD Game of Thrones (N)
The Pyramid (14, R) aa HD
Batman Returns (92, PG-13) aaa HD
(:20) The Visit (15, PG-13) Olivia DeJonge. HD
House Lies House Lies Penny Dreadful (N) HD Penny Dreadful HD
House Lies Penny HD
Penny Dreadful HD

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Jimmy Kimmel Live HD
Kimmel
NBA Count 2016 NBA Finals: Game #6": Golden State vs Cleveland HD
Odd Couple Code Black (TV14) HD
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Late Late
Big Bang Pieces HD Mom HD
Aquarius: Im So Tired; Happiness (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
Dateline NBC (N) HD
Home Free (N) HD
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Bones (TV14) (N) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Streets of Compton (N) The First 48: M.I.A.
Streets of Compton HD
Streets of Compton: Parts 1 & 2" (TV14) HD
Jaws 3 (83, PG) ac Dennis Quaid. HD
Jaws: The Revenge (87, PG-13) HD
Jaws 2 (78, PG) Roy Scheider. HD
North Woods Law (N)
Lone Star Law (N) HD
North Woods Law HD
(:04) Lone Star Law HD
Alaskans Remote (N)
ComicView ComicView The Boot The Boot Wendy Williams (N) HD
Bet Awards 2013 (TVPG)
Million Dollar Listing (N) Housewives (TV14)
Watch What New York (TVPG)
Below
New York (TVPG)
King of Hill Bob's Brgrs Bob's Brgrs Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Tyson
Squidbillies
Bassmaster King HD
King HD
Dude HD
Bassmaster Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Dude (N)
Anderson Cooper 360 The Eighties (N) HD
CNN Tonight (N)
CNN Tonight (N)
The Eighties HD
Kevin Hart (TV14) HD
Schumer Not Safe
Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight Schumer
Kevin Hart (TV14) HD
Homicide Hunter HD
Homicide Hunter HD
Dark Woods Justice
Dark Woods Justice
Naked and Afraid HD
Undercover Girl World Stuck Mid. Best Friends Christmas Present (00)
Undercover Wizards of Waverly Place (09) HD
Kardashians: Fake It
Kardashians (TV14) HD
E! News (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
O.J.: Made in America: Part 3" HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
Sports HD ESPN FC
O.J.: Made in America UEFA Euro 2016: Group B: Wales at England
UEFA Euro 2016: Poland vs Germany (Taped)
Chopped (TV G) HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Chopped (TV G) HD
Guilt: Pilot (TV14) HD
The 700 Club (TV G)
Kim HD
Kim HD
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (05, PG) HD
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (13, PG-13) aaa
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (13, PG-13) aaa
Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Flip or Flop Hunters
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Vintage
Vintage
Flip or Flop Flip or Flop
Mountain Men (N) HD
Join or Die Pawn Stars Alone: A Deeper Cut
Alone: A Deeper Cut
Alone: The Ascent (N)
Deadly Wives HD
(:02) Deadly Wives HD
(:02) Deadly Wives HD
(:02) Deadly Wives HD
Deadly Wives HD
Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ladylike
Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous
Full House Full House Full House Friends
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Open Season 3 (11, PG) aa
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Swamp Volcano (12) a HD
The Lone Ranger (13) Deep Impact (98, PG-13) aac Ta Leoni, Morgan Freeman.
2 Broke Girls Conan HD
2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Big Bang Big Bang 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Funny Girl (68, G) aaa Barbra Streisand, Omar Sharif. HD
Gypsy (62, NR) aaa Rosalind Russell, Natalie Wood. HD
Extreme Weight Loss
Fat Chance: Derik (N) My Big Fat: A Brush
Fat Chance: Derik HD
My 600-lb Life HD
(:15) Ocean's Twelve (04, PG-13) aac George Clooney, Brad Pitt. HD
The Lincoln Lawyer (11, R) aaa HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Queens
Queens
Queens
Lopez HD (:48) George Lopez HD Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Queens
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (13, PG-13) aac Dwayne Johnson. HD
G.I. Joe
WWE SmackDown (Live) HD
Purple Rain (84, R) aac Prince, Apollonia Kotero. HD
Graffiti ac
Above the Rim (94, R) Duane Martin, Leon. HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
Elementary (TV14) HD
Veep HD
Silicon Valley Game of Thrones HD
MI-5 (15, R) aac HD
Everest (15, PG-13) aaac Jason Clarke. HD
Borat (06, R) Sacha Baron Cohen.
Dumb and Dumber To (14, PG-13) Jim Carrey.
The Pyramid (14) aa Outcast
Penny Dreadful HD
Submission House Lies Submission (TVMA) HD
(:55) Shooter (07, R) aaa Mark Wahlberg. HD
Scenic Stops || The Journal | BGSU Brain Game |Musics Brewing |Skeletons Of The Sahara | Charlie Rose

FRIDAY EVENING
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Tanked: Bellagio (N)
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Hustle & Flow (05) HD National Security (03, PG-13) aac Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn. HD
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Old Dogs (09, PG) aa John Travolta. HD
Reba HD
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Reba HD
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King HD
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Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight (N)
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O.J.: Made in America O.J.: Made in America: Part 4" (N) HD
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Jalen HD
UEFA Euro 2016: Group E: Sweden at Italy HD
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Shanghai Yng Hungry The 700 Club (TV G)
Read It and Weep (06)
FREEFORM (7:15) Jumanji (95, PG) aaa Robin Williams. HD
The Heat (13, R) aac Sandra Bullock.
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Love It or List It HD
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The Herald 9

Yesterday
This and
That

by EVELYN MARTIN

Everybody knows the name,


or maybe not Kalsch

Excerpt from In the Wildwood by Scott


Vandehey
Johann Peter Kalsch married Maria
Elizabethe Koehn, a frauleinn from
Kaifenheim. Here the couple settled and
raised their family for 13 years before moving
to America.
p. 14 Johann and Elizabeth Kalsch farmed
during their 13 years in Kaifenheim. As peasants, they never lived on their land and along
with their neighbors, they plowed their fields
with a team of oxen in the fall and planted
their winter grain. In the winter months with
snow and frost on the ground, they cut and
hauled wood that was close; oak, beech and
fir were abundant.
Springtime was also time to plant their
gardens and tend their flower boxes set in
place by their windows. Summer and autumn
were harvest time. Most villages gathered
fruit from their orchards which they carefully
stored in haylofts to protect them from the
severe cold during the long winter nights. In
the 1840s, the slopes from Koblenz to Mayen
were noted throughout the Rhineland for their
fruit orchards.
Arriving in New York Harbor on August 16,
1843, Johann moved his family and meager
baggage along the dock to catch steamboat
passage up the Hudson River to Albany. 150
milesMany steamers plied this river channel
carrying thousands of immigrants who desired
to find land out west in the Ohio Valley until
railroad tracks changed the course of transportation in the 1850s. Several miles north of
Albany, the weary immigrants took the Erie
Canal west to Buffalo on Lake Erie.
Johann settled his family in the German
settlement of Avon, a few miles inland from
Lake Erie in Lorain County (the burgomeister
in Kaifenheim showed Scott Vandehey the
village records of 1843, thirteen families left
for America - none were recorded, but from
ship records Johann and Elizabeth Kalsch
were one of those families.)
Johann Peter Kalsch was born 6 January
1802 in Hambuch, Cochem-Zell, RheinlandPfalz, Germany to Johann (1737 - 1803) and
Anna Maria (Wilhelmi) (1765 - 1849) Kalsch.
On 5 June 1827, in Hambuch, Johann Peter
married Anna Maria Claus, born 24 January
1796, daughter of Peter and Anna Barbara
(Laubenthal) Claus.
Anna Maria (Claus) Kalsch died 9 March
1830, shortly after the stillbirth of her son
Johann Kalsch on 28 February 1830. A month
after the death of his first wife, Johann married Maria Elizabeth Koehn Khn, born 1
April 1801 in Kaifenheim, on 15 April 1830
in Kaifenheim, Cochem-Zell, RheinlandPfalz, Germany
Seven children were born to Johann and
Maria Elizabeth (Koehn/Khn) Kalsch.
Gertrude born 29 September 1828 in
Kaifenheim
Christian born 17 October 1831 in
Kaifenheim and died ?.
Johann Joseph was born 12 July 1836 in
Kaifenheim
Christoph, born 25 July 1838 in
Kaifenheim,
Maria Catharina was born 6 April 1840 in
Kaifenheim, and died 25 April 1840.
Peter, born 28 April 1841 in Kaifenheim
Anna Maria was born 27 February 1843 in

Kaifenheim, and died in February 1843.


Johann Peter and Maria Elizabeth journeyed to Antwerp, Belgium where the Plato
a ship owned by a man from Boston was
docked. 94 steerage passenger endured 39
days at sea to reach the port of New York,
arriving on the morning of 16 August 1843.
Johann moved his family and meager baggage along the dock to catch steamboat passage up the Hudson River to Albany. 150
milesSeveral miles north of Albany, the
weary immigrants took the Erie Canal west to
Buffalo on Lake Erie. The family journeyed
to Ohio where Johann settled his family in the
German settlement of Avon, Lorain Co. Ohio,
here their last child, Catharine, was born in
November 1847.
Five children lived to adulthood and married;
Gertrud born 29 September 1828 married
Joseph Schmitz in 1847 in French Creek
(Avon), Lorain, Ohio. Joseph Schmitz was
born 8 August 1821 in Landkern, Rheinland,
Germany to Johann Anton Schmitz (06
February 1794 in Landkern - 08 March 1870 in
French Creek (Avon), Lorain, Ohio) and Maria
Anna Margaretha (Kramer) (25 November
1798 in Illerich, Kaiseresch,RhinelandPalatinate, Germany - 25 July 1857 in French
Creek (Avon), Lorain, Ohio)
Children born to Joseph and Gertrud were:
John Joseph Jr (18481941), Maria
Margaret (18501934) married Casper
Mathias Pohlman (18441901) on 2 Feb
1873 in St. Johns Catholic Church, Delphos,
Allen, Ohio,
Mary Elizabeth (18521932), Marie
Anna (18551913), Jacob (18571919),
Mary Margaretha (18581945), Joseph John
III (18601944), Katharina Kate (1863?),
Cecilia Marie (18651952), Peter Ludwig
(18661947), Josephine (18681944),
Theresa (18701951), Gertrude (18731873),
Adam Rudolph (18741960)
Joseph Schmitz died 9 October 1894 in Ft.
Recovery, Mercer, Ohio and Gertrud (Kalsch)
Schmitz died 24 June 1916 in Sharpsburg,
Mercer County, Ohio
Johann Joseph was born 12 July 1836
Joseph was married on 22 October 1861 in
Lorain County, Ohio to Catherine Katharina
Rusch born 26 August 1838, daughter of
Joannes Rusch (1810 in Austria / Hungary ?) and Elisabeth Vizmuller (1818 in Austria
/ Hungary - ?) Four children were born
to Johann Joseph and Catherine Katharina
(Rusch) Kalsch: Katharina Kadia (1862
1928) Mary Elizabeth (18671945) Henry
John (1874 ?) and Margaret Cecilia Maggie
(18801962)
Catherine Katharina (Rusch) Kalsch died
28 January 1901 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga,
Ohio. Johann Joseph Kalsch died 8 May 1927
in Rocky River, Cuyahoga, Ohio
Christoph was born 25 July 1838. On 11
June 1861 in Avon he married Maria Cresentia
Baldauf, born 24 August 1842 in Regensburg,
Bavaria (was called Bayern), Germany,
Four children, Sarah (18611880), Maria
Catharine (18611944), Elizabeth Lizzie
(18651940) and Catharine Frances (1866
1944) were born to them before Christoph
died 25 March 1866 in Avon, Lorain, Ohio.
See KALSCH, page 14

On the banks
of Yesteryear
By The Delphos Canal Commission

Toledo, St. Louis and Western Railroad Shops, 1911.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps

An often overlooked and


underused source of local
history is the Sanborn Fire
Insurance Maps. While fire
insurance maps date to the
18th century, the Sanborn
maps date to 1867.
In 1866, Daniel Sanborn
was employed by the Aetna
Insurance Company to produce insurance maps of several communities in Tennessee.
The fire insurance maps produced by Sanborn showed
building footprints, building
material, height or number of
stories, building use, lot lines,
road widths and water facilities. The maps also show street
names and property boundaries of the time. Seeing a lucrative market in producing maps
for this purpose, he founded
the D. A. Sanborn National
Insurance Diagram Bureau in
New York City, which soon
became the largest business of
its kind in the United States.
The maps were used by insurance companies to assess the
liability of a building.
Maps of Delphos begin in
1884 and run to 1921. The
1884 edition consists of only
four pages of illustrations of
the towns structures, focusing on industry and the down-

town. These maps show that in


1884 the current location of the
Canal Museum was home to a
harness shop, barber and coffins. The maps also list the
names of the citys streets as
they were before being updated in 1890. Fourth Street was
then known as Water Street
with Second and Third streets
named South and North Main
respectively. The Delphos
Iron Works was located at the
current site of the Franklin
Elementary School.
In 1904, the Delphos
German School is located at
First and Franklin streets. The
Kundert Livery, the current
Museum of Postal History,
stood just south of the Flick
Block, which housed the
interesting combination of an
undertaker and a saloon. To
cross the canal on Fifth Street
required the use of a swing
bridge.
In 1911, Walter Trentmans
greenhouses were located at
Eighth and Scott streets while
the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Railway roundhouse
stood along Washington Street
south of Cleveland Street. The
bustling Toledo, St. Louis
and Western Railroad Shops
occupied acres of ground on

the citys north side and stood


across Main Street from the
Hinde and Dauch Delphos
Paper Mill which used power
from the canal to operate its
machinery.
By 1921, the maps included all residences in the city.
Of interest is the Rapid Bottle
Washing Company located at
Washington and Tenth streets.
The new Capitol Theater
boasted a capacity of 700 and
stood across the street from
another movie house. On the
corner of Fourth and Main
streets stood the Hotel Delphos
which, along with lodging,
boasted billiards, a restaurant, soft drinks and tobacco.
Meanwhile the Fort Wayne,
Van Wert and Lima Traction
Lines ran down Second Street
to the Interurban Station located where WDOH is today.
Some of these maps can be
found at the Delphos Public
Library or you can visit the
entire collection online at
www.oplin.org. They are a
great resource to view a snapshot of Delphos during a specific period of history. You can
also find homes and outbuildings on the maps, possibly the
house youre living in today.

Lock 23, 1888 with Delphos Mills, Miller and Morton Mills and Delphos Woolen Mills, all
operating off water power from Lock 23. (Submitted photos)

10 The Herald

Saturday, June 11, 2016

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Opinion

What summer
means to me
The crack of the bat. The squeal of a
child going down the slide at the pool. The
whir of bicycle tires on hot asphalt.
Summer is here!
I know I sound like a school kid on a
much-anticipated break. Nothing could be
further from the truth. Theres no lazing
around in the morning or meeting friends
to ride around or waiting at the pool until
noon when the gates open I am an
adult. Somehow I dont think its a coincidence its a four-letter word.
Some days I dont want to adult. Some
days I cant manage adult. Please dont
make me adult today!
I sit on the porch in the early morning
taking in the days first rays of the sun and
kids are already out and about. I can hear
the neighbor boys down on Tenth Street
with their dogs and Ringo comes to the
door, cocks his head and looks at me as
if to say, Why am I in here? I should out
there playing with you.
Sorry, Ringo, were doing adult today.
I can tell he doesnt think much of the
concept. Some days, I dont either. Oh
the joy of having endless days stretching
before and the most difficult decisions

Skin care across the


animal kingdom

Nancy Spencer

On the
Other Hand

what fun activity should I do first.


I can remember those days before I
started working with my dad during the
summer. The neighborhood was packed
with kids and at any given moment, a
kickball or football game could break out.
Perhaps a rousing game of Hide n Seek
or tag was in order.
There was never a lack of things to
do. We didnt sit in the house clutching
a device trying to kill something or race
something. We went outside and got the
stink blown off us as my parents used
to say.
From the time the sun came up until it
went down, we were outside taking only
small breaks for lunch, dinner and perhaps
a snack or two. Those small respites were
almost too much to bear as I was sure I
was missing something! I would often
talk my mom into feeding all of us a little
something so everything would stop.
For a few months, the parks will be
full, the swimmers will make enough
noise for me to hear in the house if the
windows are open and dust will coat
the sink in the mudroom as the Boys of
Summer kick up dirt as they round the

bases and slide home.


Since I am an adult, the passage of
summer will be marked with different
events and celebrations. Relay was first
yesterday and then the Putnam County
Fair. Close on its heels is Fourth of July
which seems to be shaping up into quite
the gig again this year with three days of
celebration.
Once we get past the Fourth, summer
seems to melt away. Not long after, I will
start receiving back-to-school information
and registrations times, two fairs will
come and go and the next thing you know,
Im in the classroom on the first day of
school taking photos.
And so it goes.
I never believed anyone when they told
me that the older you get, the faster the
times goes until I got older. Wow! They
werent kidding. I look back on different
stories weve done and I cant figure out
how the time got away from me.
So my summer plan is to stop and
smell the roses at least once so I know I
had a summer. Hopefully, even if for a
day, I can say I cant do adult today! and
I will mean it and it will be so.

The vanity contains an


assortment of things: basic
toiletries, spray-on dayglow
orange haircolor now a decade
past its first Halloween, hotel
soap bars. One drawertwo
at mostis filling fast with
skin care products. The fight
is on to combat years of wind,
exposure andwellyears.
Last weekend I bought
a lovely shea butter and
beeswax balm from Denny
Coates. The Baptist pastors
Red Bird concoction smells
like sweet honey from heaven, so much so that I dont dare
leave the little jar where the dogs can get it.
So concerned have I become about the texture and health
of skin that Sophie the potbelly is getting regular applications
of whatever I think might slough and soften her old hide. An
early diet of table scraps, frostbite and cookies brought her and
her rugged skin our way. Last week the lotion was lavender.
This week, I poured a coating of hemp oil across her shoulders. She tried to eat the jar.
A night or two ago, My Steven stood next to me at the sink,
a puzzled expression on his face as he watched me rub a gritty
cleanser across my pores.
Didnt you just shower? he asked.
Yes, I said, with a tsk and an eye-roll. This removes
dead skin, the harsh effects of commercial soaps and diminishes age spots.
He grinned, probably picturing the young woman he met
years ago, the one who fell asleep, head back, soaking up
midday summer suns.

Who dare say America isnt great?


Everyones world view is shaped
by what he or she has seen in life.
And all of us have seen something
different. Our great-grandparents saw
the Great Depression. Our grandparents lived through World War II. Our
parents (baby boomers) dealt with
high (20%) inflation. Millennials have
enjoyed a 0% interest environment.
Presumptive GOP presidential
nominee Donald Trump challenges
his supporters To Make America
Great Again. That sounds good but
it assumes the vast majority of voters
feel America has declined as a world
leader and is no longer respected. It
depends on ones perspective.
If you happen to be one of the 40
million most recent immigrants now
calling America home, you probably think America is already great. If
you arrived in America with just the
clothes on your back, fleeing a country
being ravaged by killers and looters,
America is without a doubt the greatest place on Earth.
Heres a thought I got from the
May 1 edition of NBCs Meet The
Press. If America and its NATO allies
find a way to crush ISIS, the resulting

internal fight in the Middle East for


control will be even worse than it is
now as Shiites, Sunnis and the Kurds
wage war for power.
What would need to transpire to
end this family feud?
*******
Speaking of motivationhave you
ever been asked, Whats the best
piece of business advice youve ever
received?
Rachel Morrissette, advertising manager of the Gallup (N.M.)
Independent, had this to say, If you
want to feed your kids, you have to
sell, sell like your kids are hungry.
She said her boss once told her
that and it stuck. When working in
the advertising department, the whole
newspaper and all of its employees are
depending on you to make the sales.
Morrissette said, not only is my family depending on me to bring home
the bacon, all of the employees of the
paper and their families are relying on
me to bring home the bacon.
As with all people in sales, the
customers are also relying on the sales
person to help them with their sales so
they can continue to bring home the

JUST A
THOUGHT
BY SARA BERELSMAN
The dictionary defines forgive as to
grant pardon from or remission of an offense
or debt. Sounds easy enough, right?
So why is forgiveness so hard? Why are
there feuds lasting years, even among family
members? Well, for starters, I think many people dont want to apologize. It means admitting one is wrong. People tend to not like
admitting that. In my experience, although not
necessary, it helps the cause of the person in
question to be forgiven if they have first asked
for my forgiveness. And not just asked, but
asked in a genuine way.
Of course, its not mandatory that someone
ask for forgiveness to get it. I just think it
might increase the chances. There are plenty
of people in my life who have never asked for
my forgiveness, but I have still forgiven them.
Or have I?
How do you know when youve forgiven
someone? Well, thats another thing about forgivenessnot forgiving someone only hurts
you, and not so much the other person in
question. Holding onto hate, anger, even hurt,
can take a toll on someone. Once you let go
of these feelings, you instantly feel lighter. I
guess thats how I know Ive forgiven someone. When I can think of that person and no
longer feel my chest tighten up immediately,

bacon to their families. Were a team,


We grow together and we could fall
together, and we all need each other.
*******
As many of you know, I still do
not have a Smartphone. I do have
a TracFone. I carry it when I leave
home, but just for emergencies. It is
never turned on. I cant tell you my
number. The last time I made a call
with the phone was in October 2014.
Ive decided I will not consider
getting a Smartphone until Samsung
and Apple announce they have run out
of ideas for improving their phones.
I dont want to get into the routine
of updating my phone every six to
12 months when the industry giants
decide to tempt users with new features.
I want Apple and Samsung to say
the Smartphone is as good as it will
ever getno more upgrades, what
you see is all youre going to get. The
current phone can do everything for
you. There is nothing left to add.
Could it be possible? Imagine a
Smartphone that is the right size, the
perfect color, always charged up, with
a super-computer inside, a camera

to forgive
is divine
no longer feel rage at the mention of his or
her name, no longer feel bitter about the relationship or what went wrong. I have forgiven
many people over the years who didnt say
they were sorry or ask for my forgiveness.
And I felt better when I did it.
Then there is the hardest person to forgive.
Yourself. While I can forgive ex-boyfriends
or fake friends for hurting me, there are still
things Ive done in my life that I havent quite
forgiven myself for. I know the healthy thing
would be to forgive myself and let go of some
of those negative feelings we put on other
people when theyve done us wrong. We put
those feelings on ourselves when we cant
seem to let go of the things weve done that
we deem unforgivable. If I want to get spiritual for a moment, I know a higher power would
have forgiven us for everything weve done,
so why cant we forgive ourselves? I think
we can. At least, I think I can. Itll just take a
while. But I think it will happen.
In the meantime, Ill work on it. If there are
people, or you yourself, who need forgiving,
try to work on it. Holding onto resentment is
only hurting you. Once you forgive, itll feel
like a ton of bricks lifted off your chest. Just
work on it a little bit, day by day. Eventually,
I know youll get there.
And if Im wrong, please forgive me.

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*******
Morgan Housel, a columnist at the
Motley Fool, says everyone has a
point of view, but none of them are
perfect. Usually when I read something written by Housel, I find that I
agree with him. Following are a few
thought Housel shared a year ago.
Most people have an urge to overcomplicate things. Heres my blueprint for success: live below your
means, save the difference. Invest in
a low-cost, diversified portfolio. Have
a long-term outlook and be patient as
compound interest works its magic.
Housel says, Investing isnt like
physics. It is not predictableno matter how smart you think you are or
what happened the last timeevery
situation, no matter how similar they
are, will probably turn out very different.
In investing, like life, luck and success often go together.
Two investors can disagree not
because one is smarter than the other,
but because each grew up with a

IN
THE
LOOP
By
Erin Cox

When I was in elementary school either fifth or sixth


grade, two of my friends, my
sister and I decided to go on
a bike ride after our softball
game one summer day.
We ended up at Dairy
Queen where we sat down to
enjoy some air conditioning
and ice cream.
We were just sitting there
when an older lady came up
to us and said, Mmmmmm,
have you girls tried this lemonade. Its delicious!
It was the way she said it
that we just thought it was
hilarious and started laughing
as soon as she left.
Our laughing tripled when
one of my friends turned and
spit her ice cream in my sisters face as she let out her
laugh she was holding in.
At 11 or 12 years old, we
thought this was going to be
the most random part of our
day. Little did we know.
When we couldnt control our laughter, we decided to go outside and sit at
one of the outdoor tables, and
that was when a man came
up to us and asked us if we
were playing in the American

Byron McNutt

People Make
the Difference
unique perspective on how the world
works. Your thoughts are the result
of listening to comments from other
people to form your own conclusions.
Housel says we all think were
contrarians, but we are usually proved
wrong. Beware of the person who
believes they have a fool-proof system. The evidence is overwhelming:
the odds that you will achieve longterm success by actively trading or
timing the market rounds to ZERO!
Housel warns: We listen to the
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guilty of confirmation biasstarting with an answer and seeking evidence to back it up. No matter what
you believe, you can find investors
who believe the same thing.
So market bulls listen to fellow
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a terrible way to learn something new,
and often keeps you miles away from
the truth.
As a rule of thumb, the more you
believe in an investment idea, the
more important it is to understand the
opposing sides view. Never forget
this rule.

Having ice cream


with The Greatest
Youth Basketball Tournament
(AYBT), referring to our softball uniforms.
We told him, No, and
that we had just finished playing a softball game. He continued to talk to us and we
talked about playing basketball briefly and our love for
ice cream.
The next day my parents
had The Times Bulletin sitting
on the couch and I picked it
up because there was the man
who had talked to us the day
before at Dairy Queen a
man named Muhammad Ali.
When I told my mom I
knew him that we had just
talked to him the day before,
she told me my dad was going
to kill me. She told me to tell
him my story when he got
home from work and let him
explain who the man was.
The Greatest is what I
learned. My dad still shakes
his head when we talk about
the one time we had the honor
of meeting the legend himself
and had no idea who he was.
Muhammad Ali was in
town for AYBT, which his
son was playing in, and apparently was taking an ice cream

break away from the crowd


of parents wanting autographs
and photos.
I feel bad for not recognizing him, but I almost think
it was a relief for him to talk
to some kids who were just
enjoying that summer day and
some ice cream.
Isnt that a crazy idea to
comprehend? The idea of not
being able to go anywhere
without being bombarded for
autographs, handshakes and
photos.
I get annoyed when I go
the grocery store and run into
people I know who like to talk
for five minutes, so I couldnt
imagine getting stopped by
people I dont know constantly.
I am embarrassed to say I
didnt know who he was at the
time. I wish I could go back
in time with the knowledge I
have now and ask him for an
autograph or photo, but then
again, I like my story. I like
how at ease he was with us
and our five minute conversation that was ended with him
saying how much he liked ice
cream on a hot summer day.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

The Herald - 11

Arts & Entertainment


At the movies ...

Van Wert Cinemas


10709 Lincoln Hwy.,
Van Wert
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of
the Shadows (PG-13) Sat.: 3:30/8:30; Sun.:
2:00/7:00; Mon. and Wed.: 4:30; Tues. and
Thurs.: 2:00/7:00
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of
the Shadows 3D (PG-13) Sat.: 1:00/6:00;
Sun.: 4:30; Mon. and Wed.: 2:00/7:00;
Tues. and Thurs.: 4:30
Now You See Me 2 (PG-13) Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:15/9:00;
Sun.-Thurs.:
2:00/4:45/7:30
The
Conjuring
2
(R)
Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:15/9:00;
Sun.-Thurs.:
2:00/5:00/8:00
X-Men: Apocalypse (PG-13) Sat.: 9:00;
Sun.-Thurs.: 8:00
The Angry Birds Movie (PG) Sat.
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00; Sun.-Thurs.:
2:00/4:00/6:00
Van-Del Drive In
19986 Lincoln Hwy, Middle Point
Friday through Thursday
Screen 1
The Conjuring 2 (R)
The Nice Guys (R)
Screen 2
The Angry Birds Movie (PG)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of
the Shadows (PG-13)
Screen 3
Warcarft (PG-13)
X-Men: Apocalypse (PG-13)
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
Warcraft 3D (PG-13) 3:50/7:30
Warcraft (PG-13) 11:40/10:30
Now You See Me 2 (PG-13)
11:30/3:30/7:00/10:20
The
Conjuring
2
(R)
11:20/3:20/6:50/7:10/9:55/10:20
Me
Before
You
(PG-13)
11:00/1:45/4:30/7:20/10:10
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

Crossword Puzzle

"Small Bites"

Out of the Shadows 3D (PG-13)


11:15/2:00/4:45/7:40/10:25
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:
Out
of
the
Shadows
(PG-13)
10:45/1:30/4:15/7:05/9:50
Popstar: Never Top Never Stopping (R)
11:40/2:15/4:45
The Angry Birds Movie (PG)
11:25/1:50/4:20/6:55/9:25
Alice Through the Looking Glass 3D
(PG) 4:25
Alice Through the Looking Glass (PG)
10:50/1:35/7:15/10:00
X-Men: Apocalypse 3D (PG-13) 2:30
X-Men:
Apocalypse
(PG-13)
11:10/6:30/9:45
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R)
11:55/2:20/4:50/7:25/9:40
Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)
11:45/3:25/6:40/10:05
Shannon Theatre, Bluffton
Through June 16
Angry Birds Movie (PG) 2D shows are at 7
p.m. every evening with 1:30 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday matinees. 3D shows are at 9:30
p.m. every evening with 4 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday matinees.

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10 One of the five W's
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25 Clean up, in a way
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Bamba"
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Classifieds
www.delphosherald.com

305

APARTMENT/
DUPLEX FOR RENT

Accepting
Applications

one, two & three


bedroom apartments.

COUNTRY
MEADOWS

Call to ask about our


apartments:
Tel/Fax: 419-692-5932
TDD 800-750-0750
Office Hrs: M-F 12-4

Located:
900 Lima Ave.
Delphos, OH.
This institution is an equal
Opportunity provider
and employer.

In accordance with Federal Agriculture


policy this institution is prohibited
from discriminating on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, age
or disability. To file a complaint of
discrimination, write
USDA Director Office of Civil Rights
1400 Independent Avenue
SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or
(202) 720 6302 (TDD)

583

TV.

PETS AND
SUPPLIES

PUPPIES!! CHIHUAHUAS, Pomchis,


Poochis. Coming up:
Maltese, Shih Tzus. Garwick's the Pet People.
419-795-5711. Come
see the puppy playground.

GREAT RATES
NEWER
FACILITY
500 MERCHANDISE

419-692-0032

505 Antiques and Collectibles


510 Appliances
515 Auctions

Across from Arbys

SAFE &
SOUND

DELPHOS

SELF-STORAGE
Security Fence
Pass Code Lighted Lot
Affordable 2 Locations
Why settle for less?

419-692-6336

Coming Soon!
Homegrown Strawberries
Tennesee Tomatoes
& Sweet Corn
Available Now
Mexican Vanilla Extract

Summer Locations
714 E. Main St., Van Wert
939 E. 5th St., Delphos

Daily 9am to 5pm


Sunday 11am-4pm
9557 S.R. 66, Delphos, OH 45833
419-692-5749 or 504-914-0286

Garages,
Concrete
592
Want ToRoofing,
Buy
Floors,
Re593
Good
Thing
To
side & StormEatDam595 Hay
age,
597
StorageWindow/Door
Buildings
Replacement, much
600
SERVICES
more!
No job too
605
Auction
small!
Free estimates,
610 Automotive
callBusiness
David Services
in Willshire,
615
Ohio
1-567-644-4429.
620
Childcare

POHLMAN
BUILDERS

625 Construction
630 Entertainment
635 Farm
Services
LAWN,
GARDEN,
665
640 Financial
LANDSCAPING
645 Hauling
650 Health/Beauty
655 Home Repair/Remodeling
660 Home Service
665 Lawn, Garden, Landscaping

ROOM ADDITIONS

POHLMAN
POURED

L.L.C.

CONCRETE WALLS

Trimming & Removal


Stump Grinding
24 Hour Service Fully Insured

Residential
& Commercial
Agricultural Needs
All Concrete Work

KEVIN M. MOORE

(419) 235-8051

Mark Pohlman

419-339-9084
cell 419-233-9460

TEMANS
OUR TREE
SERVICE

Hohlbeins

585 PRODUCE

GESSNERS
PRODUCE

New Home Construc-

Looking for a house


to buy or rent?
Check the
classified section
of The Delphos Herald

DRIVER(S) WANTED
Local company is in need of part-time delivery
drivers. All deliveries are to Ohio and surrounding states. Must be able to move skids with a
pallet jack and secure a load properly. No CDL
is required. Driver must submit to pre-employment physical/drug screening and random drug
screening during employment. Must pass MVR
and have clean driving record. Retirees welcome. Please apply to BOX 123, c/o Delphos
Herald, 405 N. Main St., Delphos, Ohio 45833.

New Starting Pay


Lakeview Farms, LLC. is accepting applications for production on all
shifts, 2nd shift sanitation and 3rd
shift Shipping. Qualified individuals
will be dependable, detail oriented,
have good math and reading skills,
the ability to lift up to fifty pounds and
good attendance. Forklift experience
required for Shipping. Must be quality
conscious with good mechanical aptitude. Company offers competitive
wage and benefits package. Persons 18 years or older may obtain an
application Monday through Friday
8:00AM to 5:00PM or submit a resume to:

Lakeview Farms, LLC

Attn: Human Resources Department


1700 Gressel Drive, P.O. Box 98
Delphos, OH 45833

recruiter@lakeviewfarms.com

Trimming, Topping, Removal & Stump Grinding

tion,place
Home RemodFree 419-695-0015
Stump Removal with Tree
Removal
To
an ad phone
ext.
122
eling, Pole Barns,

Trimming Topping Thinning


Deadwooding
Stump, Shrub & Tree Removal
Since 1973

Home
Improvement

419-692-7261

Bill Teman 419-302-2981


Ernie Teman 419-230-4890

Windows,
Doors, Siding,
Roofing,
Sunrooms,
Pole Buildings,
Garages

Tree Trimming,
Pruning, Topping
Tree & Brush Removal

Ph. 419-339-4938
or 419-230-8128

bjpmueller@gmail.com
Fully insured

Mueller
Tree
Service

419-203-8202
Helping Buyers &
Sellers Since 1994
See this listing & more at:

WWW.TLREA.COM
419-233-7911

TONY LANGHALS REAL ESTATE & AUCTION CO, LLC

OPEN TUESDAY 6:00-7:30


1030 Cadillac Drive, Van Wert: Like new 3 BR, 2 Bath
home in growing subdivision. Full Basement, Huge Lot, Open Floor
Plan. Everything you could
want in a new home without
going through the hassle
of building.
Call Tony: 419-233-7911

Insurance Workers Compensation

Free estimate and


diagnosis
830 Boats/Motors/Equipment
670 Miscellaneous
100' bucket835truck
Campers/Motor Homes
675 Pet Care
840 Classic Cars
680 Snow Removal
845 Commercial
685 Travel
or850 Motorcycles/Mopeds
690 Call
Computer/Electric/Office
855 Off-Road Vehicles
695 Electrical
860 Recreational Vehicles
700 Painting
865 Rental and Leasing
705 Plumbing
870 Snowmobiles
710 Roofing/Gutters/Siding
875 Storage
715 Blacktop/Cement
880 SUVs
720 Handyman
885 Trailers
725 Elder Care
890 Trucks
895 Vans/Minivans
800 TRANSPORTATION
899 Want To Buy
805 Auto
925 Legal Notices
810 Auto Parts and Accessories
950 Seasonal
815 Automobile Loans
953 Free & Low Priced
820 Automobile Shows/Events
825 Aviations

567.825.7826 567.712.1241

Shop Herald
Classifieds for
Great Deals

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
CLERK

Needed to enter and offset invoices, make balances and


support the department where needed. Must have 2 year
Accounting Degree or related experience. Full-time position
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

WAREHOUSE/BACK-UP
ROUTE DRIVER

Needed to load/unload tires and make deliveries as needed.


Mon-Fri 6:30am-4pm
Candidates must have a valid drivers license, clean driving record,
ability to lift up to 75lbs. and be 21 years of age.
Also available:
Transfer Shift Sun-Thurs 12pm-9:30pm and
Part-Time Night Shift Sun-Thurs 5pm-1 am

Contact Cassie at 419-695-1061 ext. 1158


Apply online at www.kmtire.com/jobs
K&M Tire, 965 Spencerville Rd., Delphos, OH 45833
Email: cassie.johnson@kmtire.com

Hospice RNs
First & third shift part-time RNs
5 days per pay period
Make a difference serving patients and families in
hospice care. Specialized nursing related to pain and
symptom management, palliative and end-of-life
care. Hospice experience a plus, training provided.
Stop-in, Call or Apply Online:

See this listing and MORE at: WWW.TLREA.COM

Commercial Listings!!!
*Ottoville Restaurant, Bar, Carry-out.
*Ottoville Manual, Auto Car Wash, Storage.
*Delphos Restaurant/Bakery/Office Bldg
***Apartment for rent in Ottoville. NICE 2 BR, 1 Bath. NO
PETS. NO SMOKING. Great Location. Call Tony.
www.DickClarkRealEstate.com

Tonya Rutledge, RN
1155 Westwood Dr., Van Wert, OH 45891
419-623-7125
www.ComHealthPro.org

5 OPEN HOUSES

SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2016


505 West Clime
412 S. Clay Street
311 West 4th Street
629 Davis Street
12763 Spencerville
Delphos Road

1:00-2:30 p.m.
Delphos
Delphos
Delphos
Delphos

Dick Clark
419-230-5553
Tasha Klinger
419-305-6662
Tammy Reynolds
567-204-8941
Renee Knick
614-706-3952

$ 79,900
$164,000
$63,000

Delphos

Dick Clark
419-230-5553

$149,000

$ 94,900

3:00-4:30 p.m.

Van Wert Area Inpatient Hospice Center

Dick CLARK Real Estate

View all our listings at


dickclarkrealestate.com

Dont make
a move
without us!
103 N. Main St. Delphos, OH

Phone: 419-695-1006 Phone: 419-879-1006

Job Openings

Rhodes State College is one of West


Central Ohios largest two-year colleges
with over 4000 students, and more
than 75 Associate degrees, majors and
certification programs. The Colleges
campus, on-line instruction and offcampus learning centers serve across 33
Ohio counties. The College also provides
non-credit and credit training for
businesses and organizations.
The following positions are available:

Vice President, Business/Finance


Vice President, Academic Affairs
Dean, Health Sciences
Director, Marketing &
College Relations
Director, Human Resources
Executive Director, Workforce,
Economic Development, and
Continuing Education
Senior Analyst/Programmer
Assistant Systems Programmer/
Network Analyst
Web Developer
See qualifications and the application
process at
www.rhodesstate.edu.
An Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer,
M/F, V/D

***
Teem Wholesale has an
immediate opening for a
production team leader.
Applicants must be dependable,
self-motivated, energetic
individuals with excellent
communication and problem
solving skills. Previous
leadership experience or
qualified leadership
training is required.
***
Competitive wages, health,
dental & life insurance, 401K,
paid vacations and holidays
are available.
Please apply in person at:
Teem Wholesale
200 W. Skinner St.
Ohio City, Ohio 45874
No phone calls please.

00183737

ANTICIPATED
OPENING
High School
Director/Facilities
Director
Start Date: July 1, 2016
Job Objective:
Directs all aspects of the
high school operations,
including careertechnical programs,
academics, special
education, technology,
community relations,
media center,
maintenance, cafeteria,
transportation and
support staff. Provides
leadership for the high
school administrative
team and faculty.
Assists the
superintendent in
planning and
implementing the vision
and mission for
Vantage Career Center.
Utilizes data-driven
decision making.
Executes the policies of
the Board of Education
and the administrative
directives of the
superintendent.
Minimum
Requirements
Masters Degree
Valid State of Ohio
Administrative or
Superintendent license,
or the ability
to obtain one
Meets all mandatory
health requirements
(e.g., negative
tuberculosis test, etc.)
Provides documented
evidence of a clear
criminal record
Previous administrative
experience in a
career-technical setting
preferred
Prior teaching
experience preferred
Ability to establish and
maintain effective
working relationships
with the Board of
Education, Vantage staff
and students.
Ability to communicate
clearly and concisely in
oral and written form
Ability to plan,
implement and evaluate
educational programs
Ability to perform duties
with awareness of all
district requirements and
Board of Education
policies
Interested applicants
should send a
completed Vantage
Career Center
Employment
application, letter of
interest, resume,
transcripts, copy of
certifications and three
letters of reference by
Thursday, June 16,
2016 to:
Staci A. Kaufman,
Superintendent
818 N. Franklin Street,
Van Wert, OH 45891
kaufman.s@vantage
careercenter.com
No later than 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 16, 2016
A full job posting and
applications are
available on the
Vantage Career Center
website, which can be
found at
www.vantagecareer
center.com
Vantage Career Center
is an Equal
Opportunity Employer

Hohenbrink
419-695-1229

COMMUNITY
SELF-STORAGE

400 REAL ESTATE/FOR SALE


405 Acreage and Lots
410 Commercial
415 Condos
420 Farms
425 Houses
430 Mobile Homes/
Manufactured Homes
435 Vacation Property
440 Want To Buy

DELPHOSJeremy
HERALD

THE
AMISH
CONSTRUCTION
Tree Service
CREW
Telling The Tri-Countys Story Since 1869

520 Building Materials


SERVICES
525601
Computer/Electric/Office
530 Events
535 Farm Supplies and Equipment
540 Feed/Grain
545 Firewood/Fuel
550 Flea Markets/Bazaars
555 Garage Sales
560 Home Furnishings
565 Horses, Tack and Equipment
570 Lawn and Garden
Specializing in
575 Livestock
577 Miscellaneous
580 Musical Instruments
SIDING ROOFING
582 GARAGES
Pet in Memoriam
BACKHOE
& DUMP TRUCK
583 Pets
and Supplies
585 Produce SERVICE
586 Sports
and ESTIMATES
Recreation
FREE
588 Tickets
FULLY INSURED
590 Tool and Machinery

CLARK Real Estate

SALES POSITION
We have an opening for
a part time and/or full
time sales representative. Will train. Send resume to Delphos Herald,
405 N. Main St.,
Delphos, OH 45833.

345 Vacations
350 Wanted
To Rent
STORAGE
355597
Farmhouses For Rent
BUILDINGS
360 Roommates Wanted

Dick

100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
240 Healthcare
HOUSE FOR
235Announcements
320
HELP WANTED
105
245 Manufacturing/Trade
RENT
110 Card Of Thanks
250 Office/Clerical
115 Entertainment
255 Professional
HVAC
INSTALLATION260 Restaurant
120
In Memoriam
SEVERAL MOBILE
125 Lost
And Found
And
Service
Technician265 Retail
Homes/House
130 Prayers
270 Sales
and Marketing for rent.
Wanted.
Must
Be
able
135 School/Instructions
275 Situation
View Wanted
homes online at
To
Pass
A
Background
140 Happy Ads
280 Transportation
www.ulmshomes.com or
145Investigation
Ride Share
And A
inquire
at 419-692-3951
REAL
ESTATE/RENTAL
Test. Contact 300
200Drug
EMPLOYMENT
305 Apartment/Duplex
Plumbing 310 Commercial/Industrial
205Hoffman
Business Opportunities
210 And
Childcare
Heating, Ltd. 315 Condos
577 MISCELLANEOUS
215 Domestic
House
922
EastHome
Main
Street 320
220
Elderly
Care
325 Mobile Homes
Van Wert,Services
Ohio 330 Office Space
225 Employment
LAMP REPAIR, table or
230Call
Farm419-238-5628
And Agriculture
335 Room
235 General
340 Warehouse/Storage
floor. Come to our store.

www.delphosherald.com

625 CONSTRUCTION

16879 CR R 15, Pioneer, OH 43554 419-737-2019

Interstate Truck & Trailer Repair is looking for a

FULL TIME HEAVY TRUCK MECHANIC


Experience in heavy truck and trailer repair
Attention to Detail a Must
Must have own hand tools
Ag equipment repair and CDL license a plus
O shifts available
Excellent pay and benets

Interested candidates please apply


in person between 7 am - 4 pm or contact
Wayne at 419.737.2019

www.delphosherald.com

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Movie Review

The Herald 13

Captain America: Civil War


What do superheroes do when
theyre not saving the planet? A lot of the
same things everyone else doesthey
prattle around the house, do their best to
get along and sometimes get on each others nerves.
Whos putting coffee grounds in the
disposal? Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.)
asks his houseguests, which include Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Scarlet Witch
(Elizabeth Olsen), War Machine (Don
Cheadle) and Vision (Paul Bettany). Am
I running a bed and breakfast for a biker
gang?
Crammed into a back of a tiny VW
Beetle, the hulking Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) has a request of Falcon
(Anthony Mackie). Could you move
your seat up? Like a grumpy sibling
on a family road trip thats already overstretched his patience, Falcon isnt exactly in an agreeable mood. No! he snaps.
Captain America: Civil War is a big,
sprawling superhero mega-movie, with
more spandex to the gallon than any flick
thats come down the pike in a long time.
The latest in the multi-billion-dollar Marvel cinematic canon, its officially the
third of the Captain America franchise,
but its also a continuation of the Avengers movie arc, and it ropes in characters
from other Marvel movie properties as
well, including Iron Man, Ant-Man (Paul
Rudd) and even the new Spider-Man
(Tom Holland), whose movie wont be in
theaters until next summer.
The Civil War in the title refers to
the major rift that occurs within the Avengers when a United Nations panel wants
to rein them in. The global community is
concerned about the civilian deaths and
wakes of destruction that accompany the
superheroes bad-guy smackdownsa
theme that also cropped up a few weeks
ago in another comics-character slugfest,
Batman v Superman.
The Avengers divide into two camps
about the issuethose who feel that
some international oversight and cooperation is the way to go (led by Iron Man),
and the rebels who refuse to sign the accord (team Captain America). That sets
the stage for several spats, a couple of
subplots, more than two hours of squabbles and one stupendous battle royale in
an abandoned airport.
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo
keep things moving along with style,
substance and significant flair, and they
give all their characters time to shine
no easy task when they are so many, including newcomers Chadwick Boseman
as an African prince who becomes the
Black Panther; Marissa Tomei as Peter
Parkers Aunt May; and Daniel Brhl as
the Eastern European ber-villain Zemo.
Theres also Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye,

Martin Freeman as a CIA official, Emily Van Camp (from TVs Revenge) as
Sharon Carter, and William Hurt as the
U.S. Secretary of State. Oscar-nominated
Alfre Woodard pops in as an aggrieved
mom.
But through it all are the Avengers,
the worlds coolest, most powerful cadre
of superfriendsfamily, actuallybeing
ripped apart, fractured from within, pulverizing each other as the divide between
them, widened by treachery, becomes
filled with distrust, dark secrets and deep
wounds from the past.
Theres a whole army of frozen Winter Soldiers, a funeral and a sweet kiss
between two characters that may point to
future romance.

How does this wham-bam, jampacked road trip on the superhero


highway end? I wont spoil it. But you
shouldnt be surprised to know that even
when it does, it doesnt, and that the Mar-

vel movie map is still being drawn for


Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man
and other characters for years to come!
Neil Pond, Parade Magazine

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Public Auction
York Township/ Van Wert County Farm
41.121 Acres

VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL


VAN WERT, OHIO

This farm is located 1/4 mile west of Elgin, Ohio


on State Route 81
Auction to be held at the Lions Building which
is across the street from United Presbyterian
Church in Venedocia, Ohio.

POLYSOMNOGRAPHY
TECHNOLOGIST

Saturday, June 25, 2016


Real Estate at 10:00
41.121 Acres

Located in Section 35, York Township, Van Wert


County, Ohio. The farm borders St Rt 81 and is
located in the Lincolnview School District. This
tract has approximate 30 acres tillable with the balance being woods and building site. The house and
buildings are in poor condition. A survey has been
completed and will be sold subject to the survey.
Terms: $20,000 down day of the sale with the
balance within 30 days. Possession upon harvest of
the 2016 wheat crop. The sellers have paid the 2016
installment of real estate taxes. The purchaser shall
pay the February 2017 real estate taxes and thereafter. Any cauv tax recoupment will be the buyers
responsibility. Any statements made the day of the
sale will take precedence over this sale ad. For more
information contact the auctioneers.
Open House: Meet the auctioneers at the farm on
Thursday June 16th from 4-6pm
Note: This farm presents an opportunity to expand
your acreage or purchase a mini farm. Soil types
include Pewamo Silty Clay Loam and Blount Silty
Loam. Check the web site for pictures and
additional info. Contact your lender and come
prepared to bid.

Owner: Martha VanEman


Steel Wheel Farm LLC
Doug Jones- POA
Sale conducted by

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Auctioneers
Larry Geise: Real
Rick Uhlenhake
Estate Broker419-678-9995
Auctioneer
Brenda Schwieterman
419-586-5384
419-925-4584

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AREA CHURCH DIRECTORY


TRINITY UNITED
ST. PATRICKS CHURCH
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
METHODIST CHURCH
419-647-6202
211 E Third St, Delphos
FIRST UNITED
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:15 am TraditionPRESBYTERIAN
al Worship Service; 9:15 am Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,
310 W. Second St.
Praise Service at Family Life
419-692-5737
IMMANUEL UNITED
Center; 10:30 a.m. Traditional
Sunday: 11:00 Worship Worship Service; 11:30 a.m.
METHODIST CHURCH
Service - Everyone Welcome
699 Sunnydale, Elida, Ohio
Radio Worship on WDOH
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
FIRST ASSEMBLY
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditionST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH
OF GOD
al; 10:45 a.m. contemporary
331 E. Second St., Delphos
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
419-695-4050
419-692-6741
Eucharist Lords Day SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Observance;
Saturday 4:30 107 Broadway St., Spencerville
Worship Service
Pastor Charles Muter
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
a.m.; Weekdays as announced
Sunday: Morning Services ST. PETER LUTHERAN
on Sunday bulletin.
10:00 a.m.
CHURCH
LIVING TRUTH MINISTRIES
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
TRINITY UNITED
1180 S. Washington St.
Phone 419-695-2616
Sunday Worship Service @
METHODIST
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
10:30am
Corner of 4th & Main,
Worship Service.
Spencerville
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
Phone 419-647-5321
CHURCH - Landeck
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
Phone: 419-692-0636
CHURCH
Sunday
8:30
a.m.
Administrative aide:
935 S. Bredeick St., Delphos
Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Masses:
8:30
a.m.
Sunday.
Phone 419-695-1723
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Ignite Contemporary Service
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Sunday Worship.
PEnCErVillE
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
102 Wisher Drive,
MARION BAPTIST
SPENCERVILLE
Spencerville
CHURCH
FULL GOSPEL
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
107 Broadway St., Spencerville 10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
419-339-6319
Pastor Charles Muter
Services: Sunday - 11:00
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: Morning Services MINISTRIES
10:00 a.m.
9250 Armstrong Road,
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
Spencerville
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
UNION
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
102
Wisher
Drive,
Spencerville
470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe; Worship service.
10:30 Sunday service.
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
ST. PAULS UNITED
GOMER
METHODIST
SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
335 S. Main St. Delphos
OF THE NAZARENE
7350 Gomer Road, Gomer
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
317 West North St.
419-642-2681
Service.
419-296-2561
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;

dElPhos/landECk

Elida/GomEr
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST
CHURCH
2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida
Phone: 339-3339
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
Morning Service
PIKE MENNONITE CHURCH
3995 McBride Rd., Elida
Phone 419-339-3961
ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida
NEW HOPE
CHRISTIAN CENTER
2240 Baty Road, Elida
Ph. 339-5673
Sunday 10 a.m. Worship.
LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD
Elida - Ph. 222-8054
Service schedule: Sunday
10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning
Worship
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
4750 East Road, Elida
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship,
nursery available.

Van WErt County


BREAKTHROUGH
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Sunday Church Service - 10
a.m, 6 p.m.
CALVARY EVANGELICAL CHURCH
10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd.
Van Wert - 419-238-9426
Sunday- 8:45 a.m. Friends
and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.

SALEM UNITED
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
13887 Jennings Rd., , Van Wert
15240 Main St., Venedocia
Ph. 419-238-0333
Church Phone: 419-667-4142
Childrens Storyline:
Sunday - 10:45 a.m. - Sunday
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school.
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Family Worship Hour
VAN WERT VICTORY
CHURCH OF GOD
PENTECOSTAL WAY
10698 US 127S., Van Wert
CHURCH
Sunday worship & childrens 1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
ministry - 10:00 a.m.
Phone (419) 238-5813
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
GRACE FAMILY CHURCH
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
634 N. Washington St.,
until 11:30 a.m.
Van Wert

Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning


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MIDDLE POINT UNITED
METHODIST
FAITH MISSIONARY
Corner Jackson and Mill St.
BAPTIST CHURCH
TRINITY LUTHERAN
Road U, Rushmore
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Pastor Robert Morrison
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Sunday 10 am Church
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
School; 11:00 Church Service;
service.

IMMACULATE
KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
CONCEPTION
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Phone: 419-965-2771
Ottoville
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.

MANDALE CHURCH OF
CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
TRINITY FRIENDS
CHURCH
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
Sunday - Worship services
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.

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ST. MICHAEL CHURCH


Kalida
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
a.m. Masses.
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
160 Main St.,
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Mass schedule: Saturday
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
CHURCH OF GOD
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
419-642-5264
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Service.

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Masses: Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
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234 N. Canal St.

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

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Saturday, June 11, 2016

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FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
The trustees of the Delphos Stadium Club
announced plans to install additional engraved
brick pavers at the Hanser Family Pavilion at
Stadium Park. Proceeds from the pavers are
earmarked for 2006 park projects including a
new batting cage, new restrooms, new concession facility, sidewalks and lighting. Pavers
will be inscribed with the donors name or
business name.
Dorothy Fischer of Delphos was the winner of the first Delphos Family Assistance
Fund, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
Jay Ulm presented her with a check for
$10,000. The DFAF is planning an annual
raffle to raise money for families in Delphos
who need assistance.
The St. Johns Blue Jays and Lincolnview
Lancers ACME baseball contest on Friday
night started out to be, in the words of
Lincolnview ACME coach Jason Adams, a
spring game. The Lancers scored twice in
the second and fifth innings on their way to
a 5-1 victory over their foe. The game started
out to be somewhat of a pitchers duel with
Brett Davis and St. Johns starter Kyle Klaus
matching each other inning for inning.
25 Years Ago 1991
General Barnett took the lead to win the
six furlong $30,000 Ohio Senior Stakes race
at River Downs in Cincinnati. The 5-yearold thoroughbred, owned by Jim and Joan
McCoy, and Wayne and Chris Long, all of
Elida, has won over $150,000 in purses since
they purchased it as a 2-year-old. The biggest
stakes win for their gelding was the first ever
Best of Ohio Spring for a $30,000 purse.
Marion Township now has a five-man
police force with Howard Smith chief.
Members of the force are Smith, Dennis
Morgan, Shane Bortner, John Allen and Doug
Vermillion. Smith will serve as chief until his
retirement June 30. At that time a temporary
chief will be appointed, according to trustee
Joe Youngpeter. A township police will patrol
the entire township after 6 p.m. Officers
on the force serve in a full-time capacity with other law enforcement departments,
Youngpeter said.
Marine Cpl. Douglas W. Alt, son of
William J. and Patricia A. Alt of Columbus
Grove, recently returned from deployment
to the Middle East in support of Operation
Desert Storm while serving with Brigade
Service Support Group, 2nd Force Service
Support Group, Camp Lejeune, N.C. A 1987
graduate of Columbus Grove High School, he
joined the Marine Corps in August 1987.
35 Years Ago 1981
Delphos Fraternal Order of Eagles
Auxiliary 471 installed officers recently.
New officers are: junior past president Ethel
Wrocklage, president Dorthea Ward, vice
president Bernadette Hasenkamp, chaplain
Winifred Gallagher, treasurer Helen Vance,
conductor Rita Miller, inside guard Diane
Carder, and outside guard Ruth Miller.
Delphos Bass Club held its second tournament of the year at Grand Lake St. Marys.
First place went to Rick Moore, who caught
seven pounds four ounces of bass. Arnold
Osting caught the big bass of two pounds and
four ounces, placing second. Dennis Claypool
placed third and Dick Clarkson, fourth.
50 Years Ago 1966

Dorcas Bible Study Group met in the parish hall at St. Peter Lutheran Church Tuesday
with the president, Ollie Berry, in charge.
Minutes of the previous meeting were read by
Fae Planer, secretary-treasurer. Following a
business session, the Bible study leader, Freda
Buchanan, gave the lesson.
Members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Jacob P. Smith
Post 3740, Ottoville, will hold their regular
business meeting at 8 p.m. June 14 in the
post club rooms. At the recent meeting of the
auxiliary, five new candidates were initiated:
Mrs. Frank Weber, Mrs. Andy Altenburger,
Mrs. Frank Clementz, Mrs. Roman Eickholt,
and Mrs. Frank Hohlbein.
Donald Neubrecht of Fort Jennings,
and Victor Grote of Kalida, are among the
Conservation Award winners in wildlife
District Two for 1966. Each winner will be
presented with an engraved plaque and a
years subscription to the magazine Wonderful
World of Ohio at the County Fair in is area.
60 Years Ago 1956
William G. Point of Delphos, veteran cornetist and director of the Delphos Eagles
Band, will be honored by the members of the
FOE band at the weekly rehearsal Tuesday
evening. The 18 members of Pop Geiskens
Band of Glandorf will join the local Eagles
band members and their wives in paying
tribute to Point. During his 63-year career as
a band director, he reorganized the Peoples
Band of Delphos in 1901, which later became
the local Eagles band.
The public is invited to join the Green
Thumb Garden Club members on a tour of
local rose gardens on June 14. Mrs. Paul
Birkmeier and Mrs. O. M. Arnold will be in
charge of the tour. Those interested in the
tour are asked to meet at the public library,
from where the group will depart at 2:30 p.m.
Transportation will be furnished for anyone
desiring it.
75 Years Ago 1941
William G. Point, director of the Delphos
Eagles band since 1901, was pleasantly surprised Tuesday evening upon the occasion
of his birthday. Point was conducting the
regular weekly rehearsal in the band room
in the Eagles when suddenly the band started to play Happy Birthday to You. Frank
Bowers served as the toastmaster and he
introduced Robert H. Christy, superintendent
of the Delphos public schools, who spoke
regarding the long service record of Point.
He also presented Point with a purse from the
members of the band.
Plans are already under way for the 17th
annual Pioneer Picnic which will be held at
Crites Grove, near Elida, on Aug. 14. The
officials of the Elida Pioneer Society met this
week to make plans for the annual affair. A
good speaker has already been secured for
the meeting and the entire program will be
announced later.
Mrs. Leslie Peltier, West Second Street,
entertained the members of the Delta Omicron
Sorority and one guest, Lois Long, at her
home Monday. There was a short business
meeting and then followed the social hour.
In cards June Long was most successful. The
sorority is planning a bowling party for Friday
night.

Kalsch
(Continued from page 9)

The
widow
Maria
Cresentia (Baldauf) Kalsch
then married Jacob Smith,
born 20 May 1839 in
Germany. Two children:
Barbara (18691945) and
Joseph (18731935) were
born to Maria Cresentia and
Jacob Smith.
Jacob Smith died 21
August 1915 in Washington
twp., Van Wert Co., Ohio.
Maria
Cresentia
(Baldauf) (Kalsch) Smith
died 31 March 1927 in
Delphos, Van Wert Co.
Ohio.
Peter born 28 April 1841
was married on 16 August
1864 in St Johns Church,
Delphos to Magdelena
Cecilia Ley, born 1 March
1839 in McCutchenville,
Wyandot County, Ohio,
daughter of Sebastian
Ley (17 July 1808 in
Wolschwiller, Haut-Rhin,
Alsace, France - 27 August
1883 in Delphos) and Marie
Madelaine (Berton) (8
August 1812 in Haguenau,
Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France
- 26 May 1899 in Delphos)
According to In the
Wildwood Peter and
Cecilia
were
married
during the darkest period
Your Community of the Civil War. Rev. Fr.
Your Newspaper Joseph Goebbels married
them in the 107 by 60 foot
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and Cecilia were: Mary


Cecilia
(18651865),
Emanuel Eugene (1866
1901), Francis Christopher
(18691929), Marcellus
Edmund (18711871), Ada
Gabriella
(18721872),
Adam Joseph (18721880),
Joannes Leo (18731873),
Frances Mariana (1875
1875), Rosa Elizabeth
(18761965), Philip Albert
(18781958),
Agatha
Oreana (18811881) and
Joseph William (1883
1883)
Peter Kalsch died 18
June 1897 near Glencoe,
Washington
County,
Oregon and Magdelena
Cecilia (Ley) Kalsch died
19 February 1907 in Fern
Hill, Washington, Oregon.
Catharine
born
in
November 1847 in Avon,
Lorain, Ohio married
Johann Peter Geierman on
14 February 1865 in Avon,
Lorain, Ohio. Johann Peter
was born 21 May 1843
in Wirfus, Cochem-Zell,
Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
to Anton Geiermann (27
August 1800 in Wirfus,
Cochem-Zell, RheinlandPfalz, Germany - died
before 1900 in Michigan)
and
Maria
Katherina
(Mohr) (18 November
1811 in Wirfus, CochemZell, Rhineland-Palatinate,
Germany - Death 1862 in
Germany)
Children
born
to

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Catharine and Johann Peter


Geierman were: Peter
(18661888), Mary Cecilia
(18671934), George W.
(18681953), John Carl
(18701889), Margretha
Margaret
(18721904),
Francis Christopher (1874
1898), Joseph John (1876
1900), Elizabeth Cunigundi
(18781905), Henry Jacob
(18811904), Catharine
Agatha aka Laura (1883
1901) and Henry Alphonse
aka Oliver (1887?).
Johann Peter Geierman
died 16 November 1886
in Avon, Lorain, Ohio
and Catharine (Kalsch)
Geierman died 19 October
1904
in
Cleveland,
Cuyahoga, Ohio.
The 1870 Federal Census
shows John as a farm laborer at the Lorain County
Infirmary. After 1870 John
(Johann Peter) and Maria
Elizabeth (Kohn/Koehn)
Kalsch lived in Washington
township, Van Wert Co.
were they died.
Maria Elisabeth (Khn/
Koehn) Kalsch died 6
October 1879 in Delphos,
Van Wert, Ohio, age at
death: 78 years old
Johann Peter Kalsch
died 18 November 1884 in
Delphos, Van Wert, Ohio,
age at death: 82 years old.
Both are Buried in St.
Johns Cemetery, Delphos,
Allen County, Ohio

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Ohio 309 (Elida Road)


from Eastown Road to U.S. 30,
including the village of Elida,
is restricted for widening, curb
and gutter installation, drainage
improvements and resurfacing.
Work is being performed by
VTF Excavation LLC, Celina.
The following impacts
are occurring or upcoming.
Traffic patterns will change
frequently:
Ohio 309 eastbound traffic
from Pioneer Road to East
Road is maintained with two
lanes westbound and one eastbound. The turn lane is maintained as well.
Early in the week, traffic will
be reduced to one lane in each
direction at various locations
through this area for drainage
installation. The restrictions will
be in place from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each day. Traffic delays should
be expected.
Ohio
309
(Harding
Highway) from Bowman
Road, Lima, to Ohio 235, Ada,
closed June 6 for approximately
70 days for culvert replacements
at several locations. Access to
area residences will be maintained. Through traffic will be
detoured onto Ohio 235, Ohio
81 and Interstate 75 back to Ohio
309. Work is being performed by
R.D. Jones Excavating, Harrod.
The following closures are
in place or are upcoming:
Ohio 309/Ohio 235 overlap between Ohio 235 and
Township Road 35, Ada,
closed on June 6 for approximately 14 days for a culvert
replacement. Traffic is detoured
onto Ohio 309, Interstate 75 and
Ohio 81 back to Ohio 235.
Beginning Monday, June 13,
Ohio 309 between Thayer and
Mumaugh Road will close for
approximately 21 days.
Ohio 65, Ohio 81, Ohio 117
and Ohio 309 pavement repair
and resurfacing project has
begun. The following locations
will be impacted:
Ohio 65/81 (North St.)
between Jameson Avenue
and Jackson Street, Ohio 117
(Spencerville Rd./Woodlawn
Ave.) between Seriff Road and
Elm Street, Ohio 117 between
Ohio 309 (Harding Highway)
and just east of Greely Chapel
Road, and Ohio 309 (Jameson
Ave.) between Cole Street and
North Street will be resurfaced
in the coming weeks.

Relay

Edinger

(Continued from page 1)

Devin Murphy smashes a car as part of Relay for Life. The


car was donated by County Line Auto Wrecking and was
located at the Raabe Ford booth.
(Continued from page 1)
Numerous activities brought hundreds to the park, including mini cheerleading and football camps, special Delphos
City League baseball games, a dunk tank, Miss Relay Contest,
scavenger hunt and more.
The swimming pool was also open from 8:30-9:30 p.m. for
Relayers.
Raabe Fords Kevin Lindeman and Tom McKee of First
Assembly of God competed for the Miss Relay title. The pair
had 20 minutes to go through the crowd and collect money to
win the crown. Lindeman earned $273 for the win and McKee
earned $102.
This years goal is $54,000.
The event was held from 6 p.m. to midnight and also included a luminaria lighting and closing ceremony.
Raabe Fords Kevin Lindeman (left) celebrates winning
See more in Wednesdays Delphos Herald, online at del- the Miss Relay Contest with runner-up Tom McKee of
phosherald.com and on Facebook.
First Assembly of God. Lindeman raised $273 and McKee
$102. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

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Answers to Wednesdays questions:


While they were best known for protecting the president,
U.S. Secret Service was originally created to deal with counterfeit money. In 1865, when the Secret Service was formed, its
estimated that between one-third and one-half of all the currency
circulating in America was counterfeit.
Artist Patrick Acton from Iowa built a complete model
of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
entirely out of matchsticks. It took Acton almost three
years to build his model, which he based on the Harry
Potter films version of the castle. He used more than
602,000 matchsticks and held them together with 15
gallons of wood glue.
Todays questions:
This hand-held video game system debuted in 1989 and came
bundled with the game Tetris. What was it called?
In 1959, the U.S. Postal Service attempted to deliver
mail using what potentially deadly weapon?
Answers in next Wednesdays Herald.

Siefker laid to rest in fitting style


Ron Siefker was laid to rest on Tuesday. In keeping with his love of old cars and his lifes
work at Siefker Sawmill, his casket, made of barn side oak from a nearly 200-year-old
tobacco farm in Louisiana, was taken to Walnut Grove Cemetery in the back of Siefkers
1949 International pick-up truck. Fellow Delphos Area Car Club members also drove
their vintage vehicles to the cemetery. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Delpha

Select Chevys
16 SPARK 1LT

3 Available

St. #16NC864, Auto.


MSRP
$16,660.00
Disc.
-3,763.39

NOW $12,896.61*

16 SILVERADO

High Country
4x4

St. #16NT877
MSRP
$65,880.00
Rebates & Disc. -7,936.00

St. #16NC852, Sedan.


MSRP
$39,910.00
Disc.
-9,751.25

NOW $30,158.75*

Price includes $500

Save $8418

Rebate w/Farm Bureau Member

16 EQUINOX LT AWD
St. #16NT826
MSRP
$32,290.00
Rebates & Disc. -3,477.00

$21,405.00
-4,273.00

Price includes

NOW $65,722*

16 SILVERADO

w/Farm Bureau Member

Save $5904

NOW
$33,971*
$500 Rebate

Price includes

GREAT DEALS ON PRE-OWNED VEHICLES


Nearly of our used inventory are Carfax one owner!
Now

16 EQUINOX LT Conv. Package ....................................$22,900..................$21,900


16 EQUINOX LT Conv. Package ....................................$22,900..................$21,900
16 ACADIA SLT Leather.................................................$33,900..................$32,900
15 CAPTIVA LT ..............................................................$19,900..................$18,900
15 TRAVERSE LT AWD, 8 Pass. ...................................$29,900..................$28,900
15 CAPTIVA LTZ Leather ..............................................$20,900..................$19,900
15 MALIBU 2LT Certified ...............................................$17,900..................$16,900
15 IMPALA LT.................................................................$16,900..................$15,900
15 IMPALA LT.................................................................$16,900..................$15,900
15 IMPALA LS 17K Miles................................................$16,900..................$15,900
15 EQUINOX 2LT Nice ..................................................$22,500..................$21,900
15 REGAL PREM. Nice ..................................................$21,800..................$19,900
15 IMPALA LTZ Loaded .................................................$19,900..................$18,995
15 EQUINOX LT Crystal Red .........................................$19,500..................$18,995
15 IMPALA LS New Body ...............................................$18,500..................$17,995
15 IMPALA 2LT New Body.............................................$20,900..................$19,900
15 LACROSSE Loaded, Only 7K Miles ...........................$24,900..................$23,995
15 GR. CARAVAN SE ....................................................$18,500..................$17,900
15 TOWN/COUNTRY Leather, DVD ..............................$22,900..................$21,900
15 GR. CARAVAN SX....................................................$19,900..................$18,900
15 MALIBU 2LT Backup Camera...................................$17,500..................$16,900
15 CRUZE LT Leather.....................................................$15,500..................$14,900

D27
D32
D34
D31
B6
C22
D2A
E36
E10A
E43
F47
E24A
K73A
E38A
C22A
K99
E39A
E46
D28A
C92A
F35A

* Includes all rebates

Supplier Price
& 0% 60 mos.
16 SILVERADO
up to

1/2 T CC LT 4x4, St. #16NT858

MSRP
$46,265.00
Supplier
$43,242.01
Rebates & Disc.-8,022.99*

3/4T 4x4 WT Reg. CabConv. Pkg.

NOW $500
$28,813.00*
Rebate

NOW $15,307.00*

16 SUBURBAN LTZ
St. #16NT815. 4X4.

NOW $57,944.00*

16 SONIC LT

Was

Priced to sell

16 IMPALA 2LZ

D30
D31
E40
E44
G57
I72
I79
I81
I82
I83
I85
I86
I87
K100
B14
B15
B8
C19
C20
C21
D25
D26

Edinger will remain a


Jefferson football coach.
Week 10 is going to be
interesting this fall, Edinger
noted.
As Edinger steps out, Chad
Brinkman will step in. He has
been in the district for 17
years and hopes to continue the atmosphere of success
and cooperation in the high
school.
I feel lucky to have learned
under John and honored to try
and fill his shoes. John was
always looking ahead to keep
the staff prepared and deflected issues from the teachers
that allowed us to focus on the
success of our students. He
had broad shoulders and did
his job without complaint,
Brinkman said.

Trivia

20% OFF

Sedan.
MSRP
Disc.

The Herald 15

Was

Now

15 CRUZE SEDAN Red..................................................$14,900..................$14,200


15 MALIBU 2LT Nice .....................................................$17,900..................$17,200
15 CRUZE SEDAN Great M.P.G. ...................................$13,900..................$13,395
14 ACADIA SLT ..............................................................$28,900..................$27,900
14 JEEP CHEROKEE ....................................................$19,900..................$19,400
13 SILVERADO 3/4 CC Diesel, 4x4, LT ........................$41,500..................$40,900
13 FOCUS SE..................................................................$11,900..................$10,900
13 LACROSSE CXL 19K Miles, Loaded ........................$20,750..................$19,995
12 TRAVERSE LT Only 40K Miles .................................$19,900..................$18,900
12 MALIBU LS Nice, Only 32K Miles .............................$13,500..................$12,900
11 IMPALA LT Black, Nice..............................................$11,200..................$10,500
10 IMPALA LS...................................................................$7,500.................... $6,995
09 CADILLAC DTS...........................................................$8,995.................... $7,900
09 3/4 C ECONOLINE CARGO VAN ............................$8,500.................... $7,995
07 IMPALA 3LT Leather ...................................................$7,400.................... $6,995
07 MALIBU MAXX ...........................................................$5.500.................... $4,995
07 LACROSSE CX............................................................$7,500.................... $6,995
07 RAM BIG HORN 3/4 T CC Only 54K miles, Diesel...$25,900..................$24,900
06 IMPALA LT Nice ..........................................................$6,500.................... $5,995
00 JIMMY 4X4 SLE .........................................................$3,450.................... $2,995
00 SABLE GS Only 88K Miles ..........................................$4,450.................... $3,995

w/Farm Bureau Member

NOW

$38,242.01
Includes $500 Rebate
w/Farm Bureau Member

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Delpha would like to honor

DAN KRAMER

our Body Shop Tech.


and Towing and Recovery Manager for
50 years of dedicated service!
Sales Department: Mon. & Wed. 8:30 to 8:00;
Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 8:30 to 5:30; Sat. 8:30 to 1:00

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June
13th-18th
2016

PAULDING COUNTY FAIR 2016 SCHEDULE

MONDAY, JUNE 13

8:00
9:00
12:00
1:00
5:00
5:00
6:00
6:00
6:30
7:00
8:00
8:00

CANCER AWARENESS DAY

VET CHECKS
JR FAIR RABBIT SHOW
JR FAIR POULTRY SHOW
FOOD & NUTRITION JUDGING
PRINCE/PRINCESS CONTEST
HARNESS RACING
THE LINN COLLIER BAND
JR FAIR PARADE LINE UP
JR FAIR PARADE
JR FAIR CORONATION
CEREMONY
CORN HOLE TOURNEY - SHOW
ARENA
THE LINN COLLIER BAND

TUESDAY, JUNE 14

8:00
10:00
10:00
11:30
1:00
4:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
8:00

SENIOR DAY / FLAG DAY

SENIOR REFRESHMENTS 9:00


FFA PROJECT JUDGING
JR FAIR GOAT SHOW
DALE MINYO BROADCAST
SENIOR LUNCH
CLOTHING JUDGING
STYLE REVIEW / MODELING
CONTEST
HARNESS RACING
JR FAIR SWINE SHOW
LIBERTY RAIN
COMMUNITY APPRECIATION
PARTY / BARN DANCE
SHOW ARENA

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15

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4:00
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4:00
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5:00
6:00
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THURSDAY, JUNE 16
VETERANS DAY

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CLOVERBUD JUDGING - YOUTH
LEADERSHIP BUILDING
GOAT OBSTACLE COURSE
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BEAN SUPPER
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4:30
6:00
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7:00

4-H ALUMNI REUNION

FARMER SHARE BREAKFAST SPONSORED BY PAULDING COUNTY


FARM BUREAU
JR FAIR LIVESTOCK AUCTION
POLLS OPEN FOR ELECTION OF DIRCWEIGH IN FOR TUG-A-TRUCK
THREE BY AIRWAVES
POLLS CLOSE
HORSE FUN SHOW
REGISTRATION FOR KIDDIE TRACTOR
PULL AND HAY BALE STACKING CONTUG-A-TRUCK - GRANDSTAND
SAND CASTLE
REGISTRATION FOR PAULDING COUNTY
500. THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT
THE GRANDSTAND IN BETWEEN HEATS
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NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK
CHILDREN CHOOSING CHRIST
FAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCE JUDGING
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