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ELIDA A single-vehicle accident early Friday afternoon on Elida Road near


Redd Road claimed the life of an Elida teen.
A passenger in the pickup truck involved in the accident, Jakob Sexton, 15,
of Elida was pronounced dead at St. Ritas Medical Center following the crash
reported at 1:36 p.m.
According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a pickup truck driven by
Lawrence Slygh, 16, of Elida was westbound on Elida Road when the truck left
the roadway on the right side, struck a ditch, went airborne, struck a fence and a
tree and overturned.
All six occupants in the truck were all ejected; none were wearing seat belts.
Passengers Sexton, Drew Dulebohn, 15, of Elida; Jaden Boroff, 15, of Lima;
Jaxon Swickrath, 15, of Elida; and Alana Rankin, 16, of Lima; were all transported
to St. Ritas Medical Center for treatment.
According to a hospital spokesperson, six teenagers had been transported there
as a result of the crash. Two others were listed in critical condition and two others
were listed in stable condition. One patient who had been listed in stable condition
was released after treatment at about 7 p.m. Friday.
Alcohol and drugs are not believed to be factors in the crash, which remains
under investigation.

Delphos Mayor Michael Gallmeier, left, welcomes Alec Cooper to the local police
departments rank. (Submitted photo)

Cooper newest Delphos officer


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

Delphoss new full-time police officer.


Cooper had served on the Ada Police
Department for the past five years.

DELPHOS Patrolman Alec Cooper is

See COOPER, page 14

Van Autreve

Busy Bee
owner dies
DHI Media Staff Reports

Lincoln Highway By-Way Sales end today


Today marks the end of the 2016 Lincoln Highway By-Way Garage Sales. Above: Shoppers peruse the offerings from the Delphos
Canal Commission. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Lauf gets maximum sentence

DELPHOS A longtime
Delphos businessman has died,.
Edgar Van Autreve, 95, was
a U.S. Marine and World War II
veteran, serving in the Battle of
Iwo Jima.
After returning home from
the war, Van Autreve became an
award-winning North American
moving agent as well as the
owner of the Busy Bee Rental
and Hardware.
See full obituary on page 2.

BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
Sentinel Editor
sgriffis@putnamsentinel.com

Trenton Lauf heaps abuse on his victim and her family after receiving a
sentence of 33 years to life for the rape of his then 10-year old stepdaughter.
(DHI Media/Stephen Coburn-Griffs)

OTTAWA Convicted of the


rape of his then-10-year old stepdaughter, Trenton Lauf, 38, Ottoville,
was sentenced to a prison term of
33 years to life on Thursday. Judge
Randall Basinger delivered the sentence in Putnam County Common
Pleas Court, imposing an 8-year term
on a charge of the illegal use of a
minor in nudity and 25 years to life
in prison on the rape charge, the two
sentences to run consecutively.
Lauf was grinning as he was
led into the courtroom by sheriffs
deputies but his demeanor quickly changed when Assistant County
Prosecutor Todd Schroeder addressed
the court.
See LAUF, page 14

Kids breakfast ends soon


St. Peter Lutheran Church is approaching the end
of its breakfast program. The program, which
provides free breakfast to children in the Delphos
area, will end Aug. 26, just before school starts
up. This year, the event has been seeing consistent
numbers of around 30 kids per day. According to
Todd Stemen, a worker at the program, some days
the breakfast can have as many as 50 kids. Stemen
said the kids enjoy interacting with each other and
hanging out. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

Classifieds 12 | Entertainment 11 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-7 | Weather 2
DELPHOS The Delphos Senior
Citizens, Inc., will offer a Hoe Down
from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday with Double
D DJ.
Starting at 1 p.m., the center we have
a trivia contest with prizes.
The events are free and no reservation required. Anyone over 60 is welcome to attend.

The Delphos Area


Chamber of Commerce
Breakfast Club will meet
at 8 a.m. Aug. 23 at
Flowers on Fifth.
Attendees will make
and take a flower design.
Call 419-695-1771 to
register.

Kiwanis Club of Delphos will host Ducktoberfest


at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 1 at the Knights of Columbus Hall
with proceeds going toward the Splash Pad Project.
Admission is free and open to those 21 and older. A
cash bar and food will be available to purchase.
Duck races will take place from 6-8 p.m. with a
surprise celebrity race announcer and a 50/50 drawing
and raffles will happen throughout the night. Deuces
Wild will perform 9 p.m. - midnight.

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Volume 146, No. 18

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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Delphos teen serious


after ATV crash
DHI Media
Staff Reports
WA S H I N G T O N
TOWNSHIP A Delphos
teen remains in serious condition following an ATV crash
Tuesday evening.
Kaitlin E. Pohlman, 16, of
Delphos was life-flighted to
Parkview Regional Medical
Center in Fort Wayne after
the crash on Bockey Road.
The Van Wert Post of the
Ohio State Highway Patrol
reports indicate that a 1999
Honda ATV (4-wheeler)
operated by Pohlman was
traveling southbound on
Bockey Road just north of
Carpenter Road in Van Wert

County and failed to maintain


control and went off the left
side of the roadway. Pohlman
and her passenger, Tristine F.
Lehmkuhle, 16, of Delphos,
were both ejected from the
ATV.
Lehmkuhle did not sustain
any injuries.
Neither occupant was
wearing a helmet or any type
of safety equipment. Alcohol
is not suspected to be a factor in the crash. The crash
remains under investigation.
The Van Wert Post was
assisted by the Van Wert
County Sheriffs Office,
Middle Point Fire and EMS,
Samaritan Life-Flight and
Parker Mace Towing.

POLICE REPORTS
Information submitted
DELPHOS On Aug. 4, officers met with a male whose
vehicle was damaged on South Canal Street. The male told
officers that his vehicle bottomed out on the railroad tracks
causing moderate damage.
On Aug. 4, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of
South Main Street in reference to an unknown problem with
the occupant of a vehicle. Officers arrived and found a male
who appeared to be unresponsive. Officers were able to awaken the male and began speaking with him. During the investigation of this incident, officers found multiple items of drug
paraphernalia as well as suspected marijuana and suspected
heroin. At this time, charges are pending in Lima Municipal
Court.
On Aug. 4, officers met with a female at the police department who wished to file a report. The female told officers that
her brother was sending her unwanted text messages and phone
calls that were harassing in nature. The male was contacted by
officers and advised to cease all contact with his sister.
On Aug. 4, officers met with a male at the police department
who reported a theft incident. The male told officers that while
he was away, someone had taken money from his residence.
The male gave officers the name of a suspect who had been in
the residence. The incident remains under investigation.
On Aug. 5, officers were sent to the 600 block of Suthoff
Street to meet with a complainant. Upon arrival, the male told
officers that he found an unauthorized charge on his debit card.
A report was written and forwarded to the Detective Bureau for
further investigation.
On Aug. 5, an officer on patrol observed the driver of
a vehicle, Andrew Grandstaff of Wapakoneta, operating a
vehicle on Carolyn Drive. The officer had knowledge that
Grandstaffs driving privileges were suspended and initiated a
traffic stop. Grandstaff was issued a citation for FRA non-compliance suspension and will appear in Lima Municipal Court
to face the charge.
On Aug. 5, officers responded to the 800 block of South
Bredeick Street in reference to a female threatening to harm
herself. Officers arrived and met with the female. EMS was
contacted and transported the female to the hospital for treatment.
On Aug. 5, a female came to the police department to report
a threatening message she had received. The female told officers that a male known to her had sent her the message. The
male was contacted and advised to cease contact with the
complainant.
On Aug. 5, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of East
Third Street to look for a juvenile female who had left the residence without permission. Officers located the female a short
time later and returned her to the residence.
On Aug. 6, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of
West Fourth Street after receiving a complaint of a dog bite.
Officers met with the male victim a short time later. He stated
that he was bitten by the dog as he walked in the 300 block of
North Jefferson Street. Officers located the dogs owner and
advised her of the complaint. The report was forwarded to the
Van Wert County Dog Wardens Office for further investigation.
See POLICE, page 13

Edgar Van Autreve

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Ray Geary,
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Group Publisher
Lori Goodwin Silette,
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Aug. 11, 2016

Sue Ann Reis


Dec. 3, 1940-Aug. 10, 2016,
DELPHOS Sue Ann
(Bame) Ries, 75, of Delphos
passed away on Wednesday at
St. Ritas Medical Center.
She was born Dec. 3, 1940,
to Orville Rick Bame Jr. and
Garnet (Snyder Bame) Ricker,
who preceded her in death.
She is survived by one
daughter, Amy L. (Paul
King) Truesdale-Simons of
Rockford, Michigan; one
brother, Lawrence (Kathleen)
Bame; four grandchildren,
Valerie Slisz, Kimberly
Slisz, Kylie Truesdale and
Emily King; a step-granddaughter, Bonnie King; four
great-grandchildren, Aidan,
Liam, Emry and Temperance;
and five nieces and nephews,
Alicia, Yancy, Tracy, Andrew
and John. She is also survived
by a very special adopted granddaughter, Emily
Buettner.
She was also preceded in
death by a son, Jon Kevin
Truesdale.
Sue Ann was a lifelong
member of St. Paul United
Methodist Church. As a history buff, she enjoyed volunteering at the Delphos
Canal Museum. She was a
frequent and expert shopper,
enjoyed the Lima Symphony
and traveling, as she visited
Europe, Northern Africa and
most of North America. Sue
Ann loved all forms of art,
including the ballet, opera and
the works of Dale Chihuly.
Most of all, she loved her
daily lunch or supper out with
her friends. She had worked
for the State of Indiana in
the appellate court system for
over 20 years. She was also
a 1958 graduate of Delphos
Jefferson high school.
Funeral services will
begin at 11 a.m. on Monday
at Harter and Schier Funeral
Home, the Revs. Rick Lamb
and David Howell officiating.
Burial will follow in Walnut
Grove Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-4
p.m. and 5-8 p.m. on Sunday
and one hour prior to the service Monday at the funeral
Home.
Memorial contributions
are to the St. Paul United
Methodist Church.

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OBITUARIES

DELPHOS Edgar Van


Autreve, 95, of Delphos
passed away on Thursday at
St. Ritas Medical Center.
He was born on Aug. 12,
1921, in Savage, Montana,
to Antoine and Gabrielle Van
Autreve, who preceded him
in death. He was united in
marriage to Augusta Fuerst
in 1946. They had celebrated
their 70th wedding anniversary on June 1. She survives in
Delphos.
He is also survived by three children, Mike (Patti) Van
Autreve of Dayton and Toni Van Autreve and Tom (Cyndy)
Van Autreve of Atlanta, Georgia; six grandchildren; and 10
great-grandchildren.
He was also preceded in death by a brother, Leon Van
Autreve; and a sister, Mary Keipper.
Edgar graduated from Delphos Jefferson High School in
1939 and he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps at the age of
19. He served four years as a marine during World War II and
fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima and was always very proud of
being a marine. After returning from serving our country and
marrying the love of his life, Edgar became an award-winning
North American moving agent as well as the proud owner
of the Busy Bee Rental and Hardware. Edgar was an active
member of the Kiwanis Club, VFW Post 3035 and Knights
of Columbus #1362, 4th degree, Sir Knight for 51 years. He
was a true family man and took pride and pleasure in spending
time with his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 2 p.m. on Monday
at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, the Rev. Dennis
Walsh officiating. Burial will follow in St. Johns Cemetery,
with military grave rites by the Delphos Veterans Council.
Friends may call from 6-8 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 St. Ritas Hospice,
959 W. North Street, Lima OH 45805.
To leave condolences, visit harterandschier.com.

Virginia Stockwell
Oct. 21, 1917-Aug. 12, 2016
DELPHOS Virginia Stockwell, 98, of Delphos passed
away on Friday at Vancrest Healthcare Center in Delphos.
She was born Oct. 21, 1917, in Luckey to George and
Minnie (Thompson) Rife, who preceded her in death. She was
united in marriage to James Stockwell in 1935; he preceded
her in death in June 1978.
She is survived by two sons, Jim (Jeannette) Stockwell
of Delphos and Jeff (Connie) Stockwell of Cairo, Georgia;
a brother, George (Sue) Rife of Lexington, Kentucky; sisterin-law, Marilyn Rife; grandchildren, Kim (Derek) Shivley,
Mark (Rachel Swartz) Stockwell, Lisa (Kirk) Looser, Jeff
(Julane) Stockwell, Maria Stockwell, Dennis Stockwell, Jason
Stockwell and Rachelle Stockwell; 15 great-grandchildren;
and 10 great-great-grandchildren.
She was also preceded in death by her son, Jerry Stockwell;
infant son, George Stockwell; three brothers, Dale, Earl and
Keith Rife; a sister, Vivian Phillips; a granddaughter, Donna
Garza; and a great-grandson, Collin James Stockwell.
She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church and had retired
from Huddle Restaurant, where she worked as a waitress for
30 years. She loved to travel and read.
There will be a graveside service at 1 p.m. on Wednesday
at Walnut Grove Cemetery, the Rev. David Howell officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to Trinity United
Methodist Church Building Fund.
To leave condolences, visit harterandschier.com.

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WAPAKONETA Thomas E. Schmelzer, 76, of


Wapakoneta, formerly of Delphos, passed away on Thursday
at Otterbein in Cridersville.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Aug. 21 with
calling from noon until the time of service at Harter and Schier
Funeral Home in Delphos.

Morning showers and


thunderstorms. Highs in
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COURT NEWS

ST. RITAS
Information submitted
A boy was born Aug. 10
to Jessica Johnson and Taylor
VAN WERT The following individuals appeared Wednesday in Van Wert County Common Pleas
Saum of Delphos.
Court:
A girl was born Aug. 10
Judge Martin Burchfield:
to Tatyana and Trent Miller
Arraignments (all entered pleas of not guilty)
of Dephos.
Jacob Thomas, 24, Ohio City, gross sexual imposition, felony 4. Released on surety bond with an
order to have no contact with victim. Pretrial set Aug. 31.
David Haught Jr., 30, Ada, aggravated possession of drugs, felony 5. Released on surety bond,
pretrial Aug. 24.
Noah Girod, 18, Van Wert, six counts of aggravated arson, felony 1; two counts of aggravated arson,
felony 2; and one count of arson, felony 4. Bond set at $500,000 cash. Pretrial set Aug. 31.
Christopher McLemore, 39, Convoy, seven counts of receiving stolen property, felony 4; and three
Wheat
$4.08
counts of receiving stolen property, felony 5. Released on surety bond, pretrial Aug. 31.
Corn
$3.17
Jeremy Grenzebach, 35, Van Wert, domestic violence, felony 4. Released on surety bond. Pretrial
Soybeans
$10.05
set Aug. 17.
Amanda Miller, 29, Van Wert, illegal cultivation of marijuana, felony 2. Released on surety bond,
pretrial Aug. 31.
Kobediah Miller, Jr., 36, Van Wert, illegal cultivation of marijuana, felony 2. Released on surety bond,
pretrial Aug. 31.
Chad Snavely, 45, Haviland, domestic violence, felony 4. Released on surety bond with an order to
have no contact with victim. Pretrial set Aug. 24.
James Ramirez, 26, Van Wert, breaking and entering, felony 5. Released on surety bond, pretrial on
email:
Aug. 31.
Brandon Reynolds, 20, Van Wert, importuning, felony 5. Released on surety bond, pretrial Aug. 24.
nspencer@delphosherald.com
Kevin Davies Jr., 26, Van Wert, possession of heroin, felony 5. Released on surety bond, pretrial
or call 419-695-0015, ext. 134 Aug. 31.

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SENIORWISE
By Ed Clark

Gifts of thought from the over 60 crowd...

Fr. Dennis Walsh, CRHP spiritual director, receives the


first donation from CLC member, Velma Wehri.

A Visit with Don Fair 89Wise


Born in 1927, Don Fair, World War II veteran, grew up
in Delphos, graduating from Delphos Jefferson High School
in 1945. Don tells of his mother receiving his diploma in
the mail as he intentionally enlisted for military service on
Valentines Day 1945. This timeliness would enable him to
join his branch of choice, the US Navy. Don would serve the
Navy 5 1/2 years with the bulk of his time in the South Pacific
(Philippines, Japanese Occupation, invasion staging and lastly
in China). He returned home in 1950 after his last stop of duty
in Newport, Rhode Island.
In 1952 Don would meet (at The Rustic) his future wife,
Betty (Bolen 2012), and they married in 1953. Don recalled
with deep gratitude their marriage of 59 years and the blessing
of their two children, Donette and Greg.
Happy Days on Clime Street:
Don reflected on his comeuppance days on Clime Street
in Marbletown, Delphos. His uncle (Louis) owned the Fair
Store on Clime. It was a grocery of notable traffic in the 1920s
and 30s, second only to Kroger and A&P. After World War II,
Harold Fair would convert the grocery into Harolds Bar, a
gathering place alive and well today on Clime.
In his teens, Don worked at a mom and pop grocery,
Strayers Grocery, also on Clime near Bredeick Street. He
spoke of the great influence of Russell Shorty Strayer (a
cousin) on him in his youth. Attending both Lincoln (Suthoff)
and Garfield (South Clay) primary schools, Don recalled (age
7 or 8) his uncle Louis, during Prohibition, selling supplies,
along with many others, for making whisky (mash & such).
He said there was a Louis Fair, The Bottle King, sort of logo
painted on the side of his establishment there. Don shared that
in those days, everyone knew that the sound of the bell from
Fairs place (Clime & Bredeick) was Fair warning that the
federal men were in town.
Days of the Delphos Rail Post Office:
Don reminded of the critical role the railroad played in mail
transport in the 50s and 60s. There was a rail post office route
that ran from Delphos to Akron.
(AK-DEL-RPO) It was operated on the Akron-Canton &
Youngstown Railroad, AC&Y. Don shared the train method
for mail pick-up and delivery: Simultaneously, an apparatus
atop the train would grab, from a hook, the outgoing mail from
Delphos while an actual drop/throw was made to a receiver
area of the delivery mail. (All at 60MPH mind you) Don said
the Delphos receiver area (a box-shaped area of railroad ties)
had a target tolerance of some 20 feet from the canal and try as
they did, there was an occasional wet mail delivery.
Dons Rail Post Office Days:
Dons experience as a military mail clerk would soon
find him embarking on a 38-year career with the US Postal
Service. The bulk of his early mail career involved working in Cleveland (Hopkins Airfield), many years with the
Pittsburgh & Chicago rail post office, and eventually working
his way back to Lima where he served as a Customer Service
Representative, worked on special assignments including
audit teams, all in the 458 territory. Don has made great contribution (rail post office artifacts, mail train scheduling, know
how, etc) to the Transportation Wing (a simulated rail post
office car) of the Delphos Postal Museum. You can treat yourself to an interesting flashback in time at the museum. Don
retired from the Postal Service in 1988 and then spent some
seven years working part time for the Met Bank in Lima (Bank
One). From 1995 to present, he has been enjoying senior life

Blood drive
over goal
Information submitted
DELPHOS The American
Red Cross Blood Drive held at
the Knights of Columbus Hall
Aug. 3 was really a success
with 76 productive units given.
The goal was 57.
Donors making milestones
and receiving a pin were: Lyn
Rhoades, five gallons; Bruce
Kraft, six gallons; and Steve
Bockey, 19 gallons. First-time
donors were Renee Burritt and
Brittany Schleeter.
Volunteers were Joyce
Keipper, Marilyn Sickels, Judy
Williams and Judy Kundert.
The next blood drive at the
K of C hall will be held from
2-7 p.m. Oct. 5.

with family and friends.


Honor Flight:
Recently Don was honored (June 2016) by the experience
of a military Honor Flight and State Patrol motorcycle
escort into Washington, D.C. Accompanied by his son, Greg,
they visited all of the war memorials. Don spoke of the emotion (seeing the Navy guys) and being so thankful and humbled by the experience. He continued, it was first-class all the
way and the respect shown to all the Veterans was just great.
He was especially thankful that his son, Greg, was witness to
the many stories shared by other veterans.
A few of Dons favorites:
Color: Green, its the color of money.
Food: Prime Rib, baked potato and salad, rhubarb pie, also
partial to Chinese food.
Music: Big Bands, My wife and I would dance and our
song was At Last by Glenn Miller, Frank Sinatra is my
favorite, saw him twice in concert.
Car: 1950 Studebaker, green, manual, recalled taking his
daughter Donette for her drivers test with the vacuum-driven
windshield wipers not working. With a squeegee in tow, the
test was passed.
Sports moment: A Browns fan, Don recalled the Bob
Waterfield led Los Angeles Rams playing Cleveland in the
Championship Game (when the Browns ruled the roost in
the 50s) and The Toe Lou Groza kicking the game-winning
field goal for a 30-28 World Champion win on Dec. 24, 1950.
Favorite president: Harry Truman. Don recalled the staging for a potential invasion of Japan and Trumans decision to
end the war (Aug. 6 and 9, 1945), which saved many lives on
both sides. He admired the man, his standing tall in the most
difficult of times. Don summed it up with the buck stops
here.
Favorite saying: The Serenity Prayer.
Advice to Young People: Listen to the stories of the older
people, there is wisdom to be gained. Wise indeed.
If I had a magic wand and could fix one thing in this
world, Id Peace, understanding, respect. I may not agree
with you, but I respect what youre saying and you got a right
to say it, as long as its not six inches from my nose.
Beyond the meat and potatoes of our conversation, I picked
up a bonus tid-bit of Delphos information from Don: at one
time there were slot machines in the Capitol Theater on Main
Street maybe you remember.
Its never a gamble having a sit-down with someone
Seniorwise. I completely enjoyed mine with World War II
veteran Don Fair. Don remains steadfast in his optimism
regarding our countrys future saying, I think this country
has weathered a lot of things and well weather from where
we are now.
Don closed our conversation quoting Mark Twain: The
worst thing that could ever happen to me in life never did.
Good Stuff. Thanks Don

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Several ladies of St. John the Evangelist Parish recently participated on a CRHP weekend in Fort Jennings. After the weekend, a
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The Jefferson High School class of 1976 held its 40th class reunion recently. The class celebrated with a social time at Jubilee Winery on July 29 and the
reunion was held at the home of classmate Howard Violent on July 30. Attending were, front from left, Tammy (Harp) Hanf, Ellen (Bilimek) Bradley,
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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.
Green Thumb Garden
Club meets at the Delphos
Public Librarys First Edition
Building.
6:30 p.m. Shelter from
the Storm support group
meets in the Delphos Public
Library basement.
7 p.m. Washington
Township Trustees meet at the
township house.
Delphos City Council
meets at the Delphos
Municipal Building, 608 N.
Canal St.
7:30 p.m. Jefferson
Athletic Boosters meet at the
Eagles Lodge, 1600 E. Fifth
St.
Spencerville village council meets at the mayors office.
Delphos Eagles Auxiliary
meets at the Eagles Lodge,
1600 E. Fifth St.
American Legion Post 268,
415 N. State St.
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.
1-3 p.m. Delphos Area
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blood pressure checks at
Delphos Discount Drugs.
7:30 p.m. Elida School
Board meets at the high school
office.
Alcoholics Anonymous,
First Presbyterian Church,
310 W. Second St.
Fort Jennings Village
Council meets at Fort Jennings
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Country
Kitchen Press
As your cake bakes, you can stir-up this delicious
chili.
Quick Cincinnati Chili
1 pound ground beef
1 (1-1/4 ounce) package mild chili seasoning mix
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 (15-ounce) can tomato sauce
1 (15-ounce) can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
4 cups cooked spaghetti, (8 ounces dry)
Shredded cheddar cheese, for garnish
Chopped onion, for garnish
Cook ground beef in large saucepan until no longer
pink; drain. Add chili seasoning, cinnamon, beans
and tomato sauce. Add water to bring to correct consistency. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer 10
minutes. Serve over spaghetti, topped with cheddar
and onions.
Pumpkin Spice Cake
1 package spice cake mix
1 cup canned pumpkin
1/2 cup salad oil
1 small package vanilla instant pudding
3 eggs
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup water
Mix ingredients. Pour into greased and floured
Bundt pan. Bake 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Let sit in
pan 15 minutes before removing.

Friends, neighbors, and family come by buggy to help several days ahead of Susan and Moses wedding. (Submitted
photo)

Editors Note: Lovina


Eicher is busy with preparations for her daughter Susans
wedding. Guest columnist
Ruth Boss, an English
friend of Lovinas, provides a
ring-side seat for the big Aug.
5 wedding.

making cinnamon pudding.


It is baked and will be cut
into small pieces and layered
with whipped topping and
topped with nuts. It can be
served right out of the pan as
a cake. Other cooks started
making the angel food cakes,
all made from scratch. Some
of the egg whites that Lovina
had frozen ahead of time for
the wedding werent stiffening up, so someone was sent
to Susans (who is a baker)
house down the street to get
the jar she had in her refrig-

erator.
Next came baking pecan
pies. By now, the wedding
wagon was very warm, with
seven ovens and cooktops
going! Other pie shells were
baked to be used to make
fresh strawberry pie, which
is Susans favorite. Other
cooks cleaned, chopped
and bagged celery, carrots
and onions to be used in
the dressing. Some cooked,
deboned and shredded chicken to be used in the stuffing
and noodles.

Spider mites can affect corn, too


The following articles came from the
CORN Newsletter 2016-23 & 24 with the first
article written by Kelley Tilmon and Andy
Michel, OSU Entomologist.
With continued dry weather, the pest weve
been getting the most calls about is the spider
mite. This is just a reminder that vigilant
scouting for this pest is a good idea right now.
It is also important to re-scout 5 days after
treatment because many products will not kill
the eggs, and populations can resurge. Any
follow-up treatment should be made with a
product with a different mode of action to
reduce resistance development (so, for example, if you used something with bifenthrin the
first time, you might switch to Lorsban the
second time, or vice versa). This link will take
you to the OSU publication on spider mites
in soybean: http://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/
ENT-24
There are two miticides that are newly
labeled for spider mite management in soybean and/or some types of corn: Agri-Mek
from Sygenta and Zeal from Valent. We at
OSU have not tested these products yet, but
are currently running trials with both of them
in northwestern Ohio. Thanks to all of our
readers who helped identify suitable locations!
Normally we only worry about spider
mites in soybean, but when conditions are just
wrong they can impact corn as well. Corn that
has been treated with some fungicides and
insecticides (particularly a broad-spectrum
pyrethroid) are more likely to experience spider mite outbreaks under hot, dry conditions.
A general guide for treatment of two-spotted
spider mites in corn is 15-20% of leaf area
covered in mite colonies, with continued dry
weather expected. Control is most likely to
be economical from pre-tassel through soft
dough, and unlikely to provide a return from
dent onward. An excellent field crop entomologist Chris DiFonzo at Michigan State has
put together a nice table listing spider mite
products for corn, soybean, dry bean, and
sugarbeet. Always check your labels!
http://msue.anr.msu.edu/news/spider_
mite_spraying_in_michigan_field_crops_
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From OSU Corn Specialist, Peter
Thomison. Weather forecasters are calling
for continued above average temperatures
in August, especially higher night time temperatures. Past studies show that night time
temperatures affect yield potential. High night
temperatures (in the 70s or 80s degrees F) can
result in wasteful respiration and a lower net
amount of dry matter accumulation in plants.

The rate of respiration of plants increases


rapidly as the temperature increases, approximately doubling for each 13 degree F increase.
With high night temperatures more of the
sugars produced by photosynthesis during the
day are lost; less is available to fill developing kernels, thereby lowering potential grain
yield. High night time temperatures result
in faster heat unit (GDD) accumulation that
can lead to earlier corn maturation, whereas
cool night temperatures result in slower GDD
accumulation that can lengthen grain filling
and promote greater dry matter accumulation
and grain yields.
Research at the University of Illinois conducted back in the 1960s indicated that corn
grown at night temperatures in the mid-60s
(degrees F) out yielded corn grown at temperatures in the mid-80s (degrees F). Low
night temperatures during grain fill (which
typically occurs in July and August) have
been associated with some of our highest corn
yields in Ohio. The cool night temperatures
may have reduced respiration losses during
grain fill and lengthened the rain fill period.
Cooler than average night temperatures can
also mitigate water stress and slow the development of foliar diseases and insect problems.
From OSU Wheat Specialist Laura Lindsey
and Matthew Hankinson. A pdf of the 2016
Ohio Wheat Performance Test can be found
at the Soybean and Small Grain website at:
http://stepupsoy.osu.edu/node/35. A sortable
version of the Ohio Wheat Performance Test
can be found at: http://www.oardc.ohio-state.
edu/wheattrials/
Test results are for 72 soft red winter
wheat varieties grown at five Ohio locations (Wood, Crawford, Wayne, Darke, and
Pickaway County). Variety selection should
be based on disease resistance, average yield
across test sites and years, winter hardiness,
test weight, and standability. Overall, grain
test weight averaged 58.4 lb/bu (compared to
an average test weight of 56.3 lb/bu in 2015).
Grain yield averaged between 97 and 119 bu/
acre at the five locations.
A Putnam County Ag Tour is going to be
hosted by the Putnam County Soil & Water
Conservation District on Saturday, August
13th starting at 7:30 AM with Breakfast at
the OSU Extension office meeting. Sites to
be visited include the Putnam County Soil
Health Agricultural Research Plot (SHARP)
site, a Two-Stage Ditch at Bill Oedys farm,
Venekotters Swine operation and Ellerbrock
and Welch Hops site. To reserve your seat,
register online at https://www.surveymonkey.
com/PCAgTour2016 .

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Wedding
preparations
have been in full swing all
week for Susan and Moses
wedding this Friday. Last
Saturday, the wedding wagons were delivered: a cook
wagon, a refrigerated wagon
and a supply wagon holding
all the serving dishes, plates
and silverware.
Family members and
friends pitched in to get the
tables set up in the shed or
pole barn. Susan has chosen green for her wedding
color, so cooks, table waiters,
attendants, coffee servers,
family members and anyone
else helping will be wearing
hunter green, sage, mint, or
grass green shades.
The cooks began arriving very early Wednesday
morning. By 7 a.m., the cook
wagon was filled with women

At mid-morning, all the


women stopped for a coffee break with cookies and
bars that the women had
brought to share. Family
members and friends who
dont live close by used
this opportunity to catch up
on news from back home.
Neighbors chatted about
their families, new recipes and local news. Some
of the cooks are young
mothers and brought their
young children with them.
The older children seem
to enjoy watching over the
babies as their moms work.
Next, Lovinas sisters
began the time-consuming
job of making Nothings,
which are a traditional wedding treat from their home
town of Berne, Indiana.

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Jefferson senior Cole Arroyo comes up with a leaping catch during scrimmage action
Friday versus Bath at Stadium Park. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)

The Delphos Braves, the 2016 Tri-County League regular-season runners-up, were composed of, front row left to right, Nolan Schwinnen, Devin Sanders, Braysen Schulte, Cody
Bailey, Jack Gerker and Caden Carder; cnd back row, coach Mike Sanders, Corbin
Pfau, Eli Kill, Coach Mark Gerker, Colin Bailey, Zane Wertenberger and coach Drew
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The Delphos Red 7th/8th-grade Fast-Pitch Softball team for 2016 had, front row from
left: Rachel Fetzer, Dorothy Hackworth, Rylee Dienstberger, Tyrana Olmedo, Anna Fitch,
Megan Weitsel and Kim Shafner; and row 2: Assistant Coach Brad Rostorfer, Anna
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DELPHOS For football coaches, scrimmages are the first chance to see their troops
against live competition after spending their
pre-season camps pounding on their teammates.
For Jefferson head coach Chris Sommers,
his teams first tune-up versus Bath Friday
night at Stadium Park was pretty successful.
You always want to see your players play
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we played hard throughout the scrimmage,
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back and get better as the action wore on.
Bath head coach Bill Garland saw improvement between his teams first scrimmage and
Friday night.
Things didnt go as planned that night,
so we had marked improvement.We didnt
make as many mistakes, he explained. Our
quarterback improvement as we went on,
including throwing some nice deep balls; we
want to use that more this year.

We have some experience up front on both


sides but we have a lot of holes to fill, so we
are a work in progress.
Each offense had one series of 10 plays,
with Jefferson having a 57-yard scoring toss
from Jace Stockwell to Drew Reiss nullified.
In the first-and-10 segment, Jefferson
scored on a 20-yard Hunter Binkley run on
their second series and on a 31-yarder from
Stockwell to Reiss on their fourth series.
Bath got its touchdown on a 33-yard scoring pass.
In the situational segment first-and-10
from the opponents 20 Bath had a 20-yard
scoring toss negated, while Jefferson got a
9-yard Brenen Auer run.
In the junior varsity portion, Bath scored
on a 70-yard run on its second series, while
Jefferson reached the Bath 7 on its second try.
Well look at the films tomorrow and get
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Sommers added. That is our focus; were not
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Were also more concerned about what
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Jefferson visits Marion Local for its second
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Bath has a tri-scrimmage with Lima
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Sports

Saturday, August 13, 2016

The Herald 7

The Fort Jennings golf team for 2016 consists of, front from left, Will Calvelage, Ryan Hoersten, Austin Luebrecht, Simon Smith, Reese Von Sossan, Sam Vetter, Griffin Morman
and Lexie Stant; and back, head coach Todd Hoehn, Jordan Neidert, Jordan Suever, Connor Stechschulte, Brandon Wehri, Logan Hardeman, Chad Hubert and Luke Trentman. (DHI
Media/Jim Metcalfe)

Hoehn returns handful of lettermen for Jennings


BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

FORT JENNINGS Todd


Hoehn has coached 19 years for the
Fort Jennings golf program.
He has a handful of returning
lettermen that he hopes will make
solid gains in the Putnam County

League race and in the Division III


post-season.
Back for another go-round are
senior Sam Vetter, senior Austin
Luebrecht, senior Logan Hardeman,
senior Griffin Morman and classmate Connor Stechschulte.
With only the graduated Alex
Sealts to replace from last fall as a
letterman, Hoehn will turn to anoth-

er handful-plus of promising newcomers off of last years junior varsity team: Will Calvelage, Jordan
Neidert, Luke Trentman, Brandon
Wehri, Reese Von Sossan and Ryan
Hoersten.
Our increased number of participants will make competition for
varsity sports very interesting and
challenging. Returning lettermen

are experienced with the golf season


and will hopefully push the team
to get better, Hoehn said. Were
looking for players to consistently
shoot good scores and just play a
consistent game overall.
We should be competitive
throughout the season, especially
with the numbers of players we
have that will be fighting for varsity

Spencerville Varsity Golf Team 2016

Wildlife

spots; it should be exciting.


Kalida and Miller City should
be teams to beat in the PCL; we
should be right there if we make
continuing improvements.
The rest of the roster has Simon
Smith, Lexie Stant, Jordan Suever
and Chad Hubert.
Jennings is a week into its season.

(Continued from page 6)

Anglers are trolling with


dipsy divers or planer boards
with weights or jet divers, ahead
of stick baits or worm harnesses.
The best colors have been purple,
blue and pink.
Yellow Perch: Fishing has
been slow recently. The best
areas have been in 35-40 feet
from Vermilion to Lorain. Good
fishing was reported in 46-50
feet north of Edgewater Park
and in 46 feet north-northeast of
Gordon Park. Farther east, the
best spots have been in 50 feet
north-northeast of Ashtabula and
in 48 feet north of Conneaut.
Perch-spreaders with shiners
fished near the bottom produce
the most fish.
Smallmouth Bass: Fishing
has been excellent in 10-30
feet around the harbor areas
in Cleveland, Fairport Harbor,
Geneva, Ashtabula and Conneaut
using drop-shot rigs, tube jigs,
spinners, crankbaits, leeches and
crayfish.
Steelhead: Fish are being
picked up by anglers trolling for
walleye (See section on Central
walleye).
The Spencerville golf team for 2016 consists of, front from left, Luke Falke, Ethan Harmon, Gavin Harmon and Alex Basin
The Lake Erie water temGallman; and standing, head coach Mike Harmon, Drake Mertz, Collin Davis, Brian Wood, Noah Dunlap, Nate Tucker perature is 79 off Toledo and
and assistant coach Jeff Davis. (DHI Media/Kajon Graphics)
78 off Cleveland, according
to the nearshore marine forecast. Anglers are encouraged
to always wear a U.S. Coast
Guard-approved personal flotation device while boating.

Sugar and Spice Fast-Pitch Green Team

The Green Team was the 2016 Sugar & Spice Tournament Champions. They were comprised of, front row, left to right:
Kaylee Schnipke, Lea Rode, Miranda Chambers, Nakiyah Kimmet, Kaitlyn Knepper and Avery Mueller; row 2: Emma
Schneer, Fallon Merschman, Alivia Arroyo, Alonnah Sellers, Alivia Hines, Cadence Betts, Madilyn Connely and Reagan
Kohli; and back row, coaches Ben Kimmett, Jim Merschman and April Merschman. (DHI Media/Charlie Ashby)

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Officers ensure compliance


The 2014 walleye hatch in Lake
Erie was great, so there have been
some good catches in western Lake
Erie this year! The minimum size is
set at 15 inches to ensure sustainability of Lake Erie walleye for years to
come and Wildlife Officers regularly
check fisherman for regulation compliance.
The perch bite has also been good
on western Lake Erie and Wildlife
Officers have been checking fisherman for compliance with the bag limits to protect the resource. Remember
- bag limits are set to ensure the sustainability of Ohios fish resources
and the perch bag limit is 30 fish per
person per day. Thank you to all the
great ethical anglers out there!
There is one wildlife officer
assigned to each of Ohios 88 counties and they work hard to help
protect Ohios wildlife. Some days,
a wildlife officer might be patrolling
an area to keep a lookout for poachers. Another day might entail teaching youngsters about the diversity
of mammals in Ohio. A common
responsibility with which many of
us are familiar is enforcing laws,
making sure everyone is properly
licensed and contributing their fair
share to wildlife conservation efforts.
Come the Cabelas Grand
Opening event in Avon Lake today
and Sunday to visit with the ODNR
Division of Wildlifes Tools of the
Trade display. Youll get an inside
look at a wildlife officers important
tools of the trade and you can also fill
a wildlife officers shoes for a photo
op while youre at it! Share your
photo with friends with the hashtag
#working4wildlife !
http://ow.ly/V8wS3034Z0b
===
2016 Ohio Sport Fish Health
and Consumption Advisory

The Ohio Department of Health


advises everyone limit consumption
of sport fish caught from all waterbodies in Ohio to one meal per week,
unless there is a more or less restrictive advisory.
FISH IS GOOD FOR YOU!
Eat fish low in contaminants.
Fish are generally low in fat and
high in protein. Fish contain a number of vitamins and minerals and are
the primary food source for longchain omega-3 fatty acids. Studies
suggest that omega-3 fatty acids are
important during fetal brain and eye
development and may help to prevent
heart disease in adults.
Fish consumption advisories are
subject to change based on new data.
View 2016 fish consumption advisory updates or the entire Ohio Sport
Fish Consumption Advisory booklet.
In general, use the following
table to guide your fish consumption
choices:
2 meals per week
Yellow perch, sunfish (e.g., bluegill, green, longear, redear)*
1 meal per week
All fish not specified in this table
1 meal per month
Flathead catfish 23 and over,
northern pike 23 and over, steelhead trout from Lake Erie and its
tributaries
Do not eat
See the Do Not Eat Tab below.
*Consumption of these species should be limited to one meal
per week from: Ashtabula River,
Cuyahoga River, Mahoning River,
Nesmith Lake, Ohio Canal, Ohio
River and West Branch Reservoir;
and as otherwise indicated in the
Limit Your Meals From These
Waters tab.
The one meal per week advisory protects sensitive populations,
including women of child-bearing
age and children under age 15.
Statewide/Nationwide Mercury
Advisory for Sensitive Populations
The statewide mercury advisory
is primarily for women of child-bearing age and children age 15 and
under. They are advised to eat no
more than one meal per week of fish
(any species) from any Ohio water
body unless there is a more or less
restrictive advisory..
The United States Environmental
Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) and
the Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) jointly issued a national
mercury-related advisory for storebought fish and fish served in restaurants. This advice is for women of
child-bearing age and young children. This advice states:
Do not eat Shark, Swordfish,
King Mackerel, or Tilefish because
they contain high levels of mercury.
Eat up to 12 ounces (two average
meals) a week of a variety of fish and
shellfish that are lower in mercury.
Five of the most commonly eaten
fish that are low in mercury are
shrimp, canned light tuna, salmon,
pollock and catfish.
Another commonly eaten fish,
albacore (white) tuna has more
mercury than canned light tuna. So,
when choosing your two meals of
fish and shellfish, you may eat up
to six ounces (one average meal) of
albacore tuna per week.
Check local advisories about the
safety of fish caught by family and
friends in your local lakes, rivers and
coastal areas. If no advice is available, you may eat up to six ounces
(one average meal) per week of fish
you catch from local waters, but
dont consume any other fish during
that week.

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Now You See Me (13, PG-13) aaa Jesse Eisenberg.
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The Band Wagon (53, NR) aaac Fred Astaire. HD Its Always Fair Weather (55, NR) aa Gene Kelly. Party Girl (58, NR) aac
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Ali (01, R) aaa Will Smith, Jon Voight. HD
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Apollo 13 (95, PG) Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton. HD
The Shawshank Redemption (94, R) Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman. HD
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Opinion
Nancy Spencer

What makes
On the
them tick?
Other Hand
My husband and I often watch
TV Land because there just isnt
that much on TV really. We used
to watch All in the Family.
Archie Bunker was such a mean,
bigoted, couldnt-tell-him-anything
butt head I just wanted to shake
him. He was the king of his
castle and everyone else his subjects. He treated his wife like crap,
his daughter like crap, and everyone else, well, you guessed it, like
crap. On the other hand, he was
hard-working and a good provider.
All he wanted at the end of the day
was to sit in his chair, read the paper
and smoke a cigar after dinner. Was
that so much to ask?
I loved Caroll OConnor and
the roles he played. He was a great
actor and whether you loved him or
hated him, you were still watching
him. He got you.
When my dad was battling his
cancer, one of his treatments or
something changed the color of
his eyes. Before, they were always
hazel. Not green, hazel. There is a
difference. People with hazel eyes
have the ability to change their
eye color depending on mood and
sometimes the clothes they are
wearing.
After one of his treatments I
noticed his eyes were no longer

hazel. They were a brilliant blue.


Many of us commented on the
change but none of us ever asked a
doctor what might have caused it. It
was just one of those things. There
we so many changes in those last
several months.
My dad has been gone for a long
18 years or 18 short years; depends
on how you look at it.
Sometimes it seems like yesterday and at times, I feel he has
missed so much and I miss him
desperately.
Well, back on track. When my
dads eyes changed color, they
reminded me of Carroll OConnors
eyes. When the camera would focus
on his face, you couldnt help but
zoom in on those eyes.
My dad was a huge fan of In the
Heat of the Night with OConnor
in the lead role. I can remember
my now-husband begging me not to
make him sit in the living room with
my dad because that show always
on the TV and he hated it just as
much as my dad liked it.
After my father passed away, I
would watch every episode of All
in the Family I could find because
it made me feel closer to him. I
would look into OConnors eyes
and see my fathers.
All in the Family touched on

so many hot topics for the day.


My father was just the opposite of
Archie Bunker. He judged people
by their words and actions, not how
they looked or who they voted for
and what their last name was. I was
very lucky to have such a man for
a father.
In one episode of the later years
Archie Bunkers Place, Archie
and his son-in-law, Michael or
Meathead as Archie liked to call
him were trapped in the beer
cooler for the weekend until either
Archies partner, Murray, or the
beer guy came in on Monday. While
they talked, Archie shared a memory from his childhood. His father
had locked him in a closet and left
him there as a punishment.
Michael gets a glimpse of what
has made his father-in-law what he
was and shaped the way he looked
at the world.
There are a lot of people like
that. We cock our heads and wonder
what the heck. How did that person
get so mean? Why do they treat people that way?
Perhaps if we were just a little
more patient and listened, we might
find out. Then, we might be able to
help. Sometimes it just takes a little
effort to make a big difference.

Worm

Personal computers can


be a lovely thing, if only for
those Command Z and Undo
options. There are moments
when we dream of Undo outside of the e-world.
Human lives are so interwoven with pixels, networks and
electronic friendships that when
not ifthat chain is threatened,
we panic. And there are predators who count on it. Weve all
encountered them by phone and
been warned to hang up. A red
flag also exists in The Cloud.
But thieves can be devious. If
someone wants to get into your
Anne Coburn-Griffis
home, your car, your device to
make a little or a whole lot of
cash, they are going to try. If they succeed, they also get into your
head.
Sometimes its satisfying to crawl into theirs, even just a little bit.
On Saturday, a dear one clicked on a pop-up, a little box that
declared something was diabolically wrong with their laptop. One
click later, the entire box was locked and a service number appeared
on the screen. At the other end of that number, Tony offered to
take care of the problemfor $249.90. After taking the bait, my
friend became suspicious, shut everything down and called the
credit card company. Tony wasnt happy, but my friend felt much
better.
My Steven, however, was inspired. He gave Tony a call from a
data-less phone. Paul answered. At first Steve was irate, asking
Paul who and where he was and how he could reach around the
world and hurt people. Eventually, Paul broke the connection. Steve
called him back. He called Paul back so many times that I lost
count, redialing as we walked through a grocery store, sat in the car
and his moms kitchen. My favorite call went something like this:
Is Paul there? Great, this is BobBob Millerfrom corporate. Yeah, the corporate office? Jim wanted me to call and get the
numbers.
Pause.
You know, the numbers for the week. What do you mean, you
dont understand? You know Paul, you and I are on a level here, but
Jim? Hes the boss. You know, the supervisor.
Click. Redial.
Hey, Paul? I dont know what happened there, but we got disconnected or something. You got those numbers for Jim?
On Sunday, Steve explained to Paul/Tony that he was more than
happy to call on occasion, if only to tie up a line to prevent Tony/
Paul and their ilk from hurting even one more person.
Works for me. If you hear from Paul/Tony, tell him Bob says
hi.

The key is to recognize opportunity


Whatever at the moment seems an insurmountable barrier to the achievement of
our fondest dreams may prove a blessing,
according to an issue of American Salesman.
Apparent handicaps often provide the stimulus we need to make our dreams come true;
and sometimes they force us into bypaths that
lead to far greater accomplishments.
A study on job instruction showed relationships of a learners ability to retain information: 10 percent of what she reads; 20 percent of what she hears; 30 percent of what she
sees; 50 percent of what she sees and hears;
70 percent of what she talks; and 90 percent
of what she says as she does a function.
Im reminded of a story I found in April
1986 titled: A Legend. I love stories like
this one. Are you the type of person to recognize opportunities?
One night in ancient times, three horsemen
were riding across the desert. As they crossed
the dry bed of a river, out of the darkness a
voice called, Halt!
They obeyed. The voice then told them to
dismount, pick up a handful of pebbles, put
them in their pockets and remount. The voice
then said, You have done as I commanded.
Tomorrow at sun-up you will be both glad
and sorry.
Mystified, the horsemen rode on. When
the sun rose, they reached into their pockets

and found that a miracle had happened. The


pebbles had been transformed into diamonds,
rubies and other precious stones.
They remembered the warning. They were
both glad and sorry-glad they had taken
some, and sorry they had not taken more.
*******
Anyone over the age of 40 would never
have believed savers would have such horrible prospects for their investment portfolios.
Previous to 1995, certificate of deposits and
money market accounts were important parts
of any balanced financial plan.
If you are over 40, you probably are familiar with the Rule of 72. That rule says if you
can save $100 at 10 percent, your money will
double in seven years. Or, if you get seven
percent, your money will double in 10 years.
A CD was a safe, low-risk investment in your
future.
A recent Wall Street Journal article spelled
out just how bad todays paltry interest rates
are for savers. A report by Bank of America
Merrill Lynch tells us about one-year U.S.
deposit rates for certificate of deposits.
The current rate is 0.65 percent on a 1-year
CD. At that rate, it would take 107 years
for bank customers to double their money,
assuming rates stayed at that rate for that
long.
The report said German savers are earning

Letter to the Editor

Putnam County needs Tony Wobler for Commissioner in


November. Wobler is more than qualified for making the hard
decisions. Wobler believes being honest and working hard; shows
others the right thing to do. Wobler brings an ability to communicate, to organize, to manage, and unite others. Wobler will always
follow up on processes to assure issues are performed accurately.
As a Republican, I cannot with good faith vote for Republican
Candidate Mike Lammers for county commissioner. My reasons
include Mike Lammerss confrontational escapades during 2015
and 2016 Putnam County Fairs. Lammers was constantly confronting people who were wearing Tony Wobler shirts and especially
people he knew were voting for Tony Wobler, plus bothering people
who did not want to talk to him; and most of all, Lammers involvement being on the 6119 board and helping draw up the by-laws
An indication of how Lammers presents himself is like a grizzly
bear on the attack. Lammers attitude was evident at the regional
6119 meeting in Miller City; shouting out to a Kalida trustee; then
preceded to tell Lammers plan, which is to form a property owners
committee, purchase property, drill wells and supply better water
to people.
We must not forget Mike Lammers helped set up the 6119 agenda and their by-laws.
It sure does sound like Lammers wants to control peoples water.
Why, and at what cost?
And last but not least, I will be voting for Donald Trump. He
is what America needs. We must not ever vote for Hillary. Never
forget Benghazi.
Nancy Goeede
Columbus Grove

0.05 percent and that would translate to 1,387


years for doubling. Japanese investors earn
0.01 percent and would need to wait 6,932
years to see their money double.
Wheres the outrage from savers? I guess
people borrowing money to buy homes can
thank their low mortgage rates on the puny
interest rates paid to savers. Governments
with budget deficits and enormous national
debts can also be thankful for near-zero-interest-rates. But, what happens when the interest
rate pendulum swings back to normal?
*******
Im sure weve all got friends who march
to a different drummer, and sometimes they
worry us. They tend to over think everyday
situations that our otherwise sane friends
dont give a second thought to.
Arnie DeLuca of Wheaton, IL says he has
lunch with a friend several times a week and
the guy always has a comment that leaves
him speechless. I dont know where these
thoughts come from, DeLuca said. But after
a few awkward moments we change the subject and move on. Here are a few examples
of what he says.
1. The location of your mailbox shows you
how far away from your house you can be in
a robe before you start looking like a mental
patient.
2. My therapist said that my narcissism

Byron McNutt

People Make
the Difference

causes me to misread social situations. Im


pretty sure she was hitting on me.
3. My 60 year kindergarten reunion is
coming up soon and Im worried about the
175 pounds Ive gained since then.
4. I always wondered what the job application is like at Hooters. Do they just give you a
halter top and say, Here, fill this out.
5. The speed with which a woman says
nothing, when asked Whats wrong?, is
inversely proportional to the severity of the
crap storm thats coming.
6. Dennys Restaurant has a slogan, If its
your birthday, the meal is on us. If youre
in Dennys and its your birthdayyour life
sucks!
7. The pharmacist asked me my birth date
again today. Im pretty sure shes going to get
me something.
8. I cant understand why women are okay
that JC Penney has an older womens clothing
line named, Sag Harbor.
One day my friend theorized that the
reason Mayberry was so peaceful and quiet
was because nobody was married, DeLuca
said. Okay, lets see. There was Andy, Barney,
Floyd, Aunt Bea, Howard, Goober, Gomer,
Sam, Earnest T Bass, Helen, Thelma Lou,
Clara, and of course, Opie-all single. The
only married person in Mayberry was Otis,
and he stayed drunk.

Congress should get back to work to combat Zika


BY US SENATOR
SHERROD BROWN
It has been more than 165 days since
President Obama requested emergency
funding to fight Zika. Yet unlike in previous public health crises, Congress has
failed to rise to the occasion.
As experts warned of more cases on
the way, Congress shamefully packed
up and left for the summer without
taking action on emergency funding to
combat the expanding Zika threat.
There is no excuse for inaction. In
the past, Congress has come together
to quickly and effectively tackle public
health threats as they arise. Take Ebola,
H1N1, and Avian flu it took Congress
a combined 137 days to approve funding for all three of those health threats.
And yet, while the Senate overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan emergency funding bill in July, our bill failed
in the House of Representatives because
some members decided to play politics
with public health and used the bill to

push special-interest priorities. None


of our states is immune from this crisis
and it isnt right that these members
couldnt set politics aside to protect
Americans health. Pregnant women and
families need us to act now to contain
the virus and ensure it does not affect
more Ohioans.
We have more than 25 cases of Zika
in Ohio, including pregnant women,
who are disproportionately impacted by
the virus. When women contract Zika
during their pregnancies, it puts their
babies at risk for serious birth defects.
Last week, we learned that for the first
time, someone contracted Zika from a
mosquito bite that occurred here in the
United States, in Florida.
With transmissions now happening
on American soil, we must do more to
give our communities the tools they
need to prevent the virus, and to help
those who are impacted.
While Ohio and other states have
received some limited funding from
the Centers for Disease Control

and Prevention, it isnt enough. My


Democratic colleagues have called on
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and
House Speaker Paul Ryan to hold a vote
on a bipartisan bill that will fund our
response to this emergency. I support
this call to action because the longer we
wait, the more vulnerable our constituents will be.
Lack of emergency funding is already
hurting efforts to develop a vaccine to
prevent Zika. I worked on legislation
that became law in April to add Zika to
a Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
program that helps companies get to
work developing vaccines faster. But
because Congress continues to hold this
funding hostage, the National Institutes
of Health has said that critical clinical
trials for a vaccine could be delayed.
Our communities are waiting for
help. Local health agencies are waiting.
Pregnant women across the country are
waiting. Congress should end its recess,
put an emergency funding bill on the
floor, and get this done.

10 The Herald

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Yesterday

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On the banks
of
Yesteryear
The Fort of Fort Jennings
That

by EVELYN MARTIN

DID YOU KNOW-That


the name of the town Fort
Jennings dates back to the
year 1812?
Fort Jennings, meaning
the fort itself and not the
town as we now know it,
was built in the year 1812 by
Colonel Jennings, who served
under General William Henry
Harrison in the War of 1812,
our second war with England.
This fort was one of a
string built by Harrisons
forces along his line of march
and used for defense against
the British and their Indian
allies.
A monument surrounded
by a white fence on State
Route 189 marks the spot
where a group of some 600
Kentucky volunteers, prepared to serve its country in
the war with the British and
Indians on the frontiers in and
bordering northwest Ohio,
supposedly built the Fort
Jennings blockhouse during
the War of 1812.
The
2nd
Regiment
of Kentucky Volunteer
Militia was commanded by Lt. Colonel William
Jennings. The regiment was
formed for service on the
1st of September, 1812 in
Frankfort, Kentucky. By the
middle of September, 1812,
the Regiment was encamped
at St. Marys with General
William Henry Harrison, a
future president, who ordered
Col. Jennings to proceed
north with his regiment, in
a letter dated the 24th of
September.
Advancing about 30
miles, Lt. Col. Jennings saw
signs of Indians, and his spies
reported the enemy was at Ft.
Defiance. He halted on the
banks of the Auglaize and
began building the blockhouse. General Harrison had
directed that Jennings was
to build a blockhouse in the
largest size of such buildings
not less than 25 feet in the
bottom story. The completed fort, which consisted of
the blockhouse and a breastworks of logs encompassing
roughly an acre, was completed in October of 1812
During the building of the
fort, the men stationed here
camped in tents.
On October 1, Gen.
Harrison and several regiments of approximately 3,000
men spent the night at the fort
as they were advancing to
assist Gen. Winchester at Ft.
Defiance. The weather was
unusually cold and it rained
incessantly all day. The men
rested wherever they could
find a dry spot; many leaned
against trees. In mid-October, 1812, Lt. Col. Jennings
regiment, now under Gen.
Winchesters
command,
completed the fort at their
encampment. Named in honor
of Lt. Col. Jennings, the fort
was built to store supplies.
With the fort completed, life
at the stockade seemed routine and monotonous to the
Kentucky men. One wrote,
We had the same unpleasant,
uninteresting round of escorting convoys and provisions
etc in advance of us. The
2nd Regiment provided the

By The Delphos Canal Commission

A little bit of history

garrison force, and in addition, produced cartridges,


built rafts and pirogues for
transporting supplies via the
Auglaize River and patrolled
the local area for signs of
hostile natives.
Fort Jennings was located on the West bank of the
Auglaize River, where the village of Fort Jennings stands
today. The Fort Jennings
Historical Society is trying to
determine exactly where the
fort stood during the War of
1812. About a dozen soldiers
are believed to have died at
Fort Jennings. A history buff
Julie Wiley noted This history is really important to
Northwest Ohio. This was
our war. It was fought on our
ground,
In June 2013 the Ohio
State University forensic
anthropology team, using
a ground penetrating radar
device, tried to determine
exactly where Fort Jennings
stood, but nothing was found.
Was the blockhouse built
where the present monument
stands or was it built, as some
believe, on the location of the
Memorial Hall?
Memorial Hall was built
because, as the Centennial of
the War of 1812 approached,
citizens of Fort Jennings
decided to honor the veterans. The Memorial Hall
stands above the Auglaize
River, supposedly near the
site of the original fort. This
veterans memorial, finished
in 1916, has been a landmark in the Village of Fort
Jennings for 100 years,
The
Fort
Jennings
Memorial Hall was truly
the center of the community. Nonetheless the years did
take a toll on the building and
it fell into disrepair. Then, as
the bicentennial of the War of
1812 approached, the consensus was that the Hall should
be a part of the celebration.
The newly recreated Fort
Jennings Historical Society
took on the task of repairing
the damage with contributions of time and resources
donated by community businesses and volunteers. The
work was ultimately completed on time for the War

of 1812 bicentennial in 2012.


Now in 2016 the Memorial
Hall is 100 years old and
we will commemorate it, and
our military history with an
enormous display of military
memorabilia, housed at the
Hall, and the contributions
of all our veterans at Fort
Fest the weekend of August
19 - 21.
Fort Fest takes place
along the historic banks of
the Auglaize River, where
an 1812 encampment of the
2nd Regiment of Kentucky
Volunteer Militia re-enactors, Colonel Jennings original regiment, can be found.
Black powder and cannon
fire fill the air at live War of
1812 re-enactments that takes
place at twilight on Friday
and again on Saturday afternoon. The Vietnam re-enactment group, The Wolf
Hounds, make camp near a
large military vehicle show
held on Saturday and perform live re-enactments of
Vietnam battles utilizing the
Huey helicopters. Many other
military displays and tributes
will be present including the
Ohio MIA/POW wall and
the Tomb of the Unknown
Soldier. Other activities
include a motorcade/motorcycle run, wine tasting, car
show, and entertainment featuring Nashville Crush and
Midwest Dueling Pianos.
You can view the full
schedule at http://fortjenningspark.com/fort-fest.html
So come join us tomorrow for our annual St.
Joseph Parish Festival (AKA
Homecoming) and then next
weekend at the Fort Fest in
Fort Jennings.
In regards to the hunt for
the Fort if any person or organization would be interested
in combing the area with a
metal detector or doing an
archaeological dig please
contact the Fort Jennings
Historical Society. I found a
1902 photo (see photo) which
might help locate the Fort.
And were also hunting for
the time capsule that was put
together in 1962 during the
150 year celebration. No one
remembers where or if it was
buried.

The Old Commercial Bank building stands


proudly at the southwest corner of Main and
Third street. Built in 1912, it was patterned
after the Flatiron Building in New York City
and served as the Commercial Bank until the
1970s. But there is more in its history.
Using the Third Street entrance of the
building, part of the Canal Commission museum complex, there is a glass display case as
you go up the steps which contains a little history of Delphos. The old Commercial Bank
building is one of only a few 3-story buildings
in Delphos and was built to house more than
one business.
The little bit of history is a hand-painted
directory of the businesses located on the
second and third floors and is most likely
from sometime in the 1940s. It shows that the
Catholic Knights of Ohio and the Catholic
Ladies of Columbia occupied the room that
is now where church and school items are
displayed by the museum, while the Knights
of Columbus used the entire third floor, now
a dance studio.
Six of the eight rooms off the wide second
floor hallway were used by a chiropractor,
Dr. W. E. Meyer, who had three connecting

rooms; a dentist, Dr. H. M. Viel, who had two


connecting rooms; and the Delphos Dental
Laboratory, which had one room. The seventh
room was shared by the law firm of John
March Jr. and by W. H. Jauman Insurance. An
eighth room was apparently vacant.
Although the directory is caught in the
1940s, the occupants did not remain the same.
A look at a 1957 city directory showed that
Paula Minzing and J.H. Clark joined the law
firm with John March and now shared two
rooms with Jauman Insurance. Dr. Viel was
gone and replaced by Dr. Ralph Best and J.
H. Jones Realty was in the former chiropractor rooms. The City Solicitor and Delphos
Chamber of Commerce were located here for
a short time in the 1960s, but by 1969, the
only occupant left on the second floor was
Jones Realty.
Today, all those rooms are used for storage,
but if the museum continues to prosper and
grow they could become display areas in the
future and once again be open for business.
Have you visited the museum lately? We
are open from 1 to 3 p.m. every Saturday and
Sunday; 9 a.m. to noon every Thursday; or by
appointment.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
While engaged in a race for the U.S.
House of Representatives, one state
politician stopped in Delphos to tour a
local manufacturing facility. Lakeview
Farms played host to Ohio Senator Jim
Jordan (R-Urbana) Friday. The candidate
to replace Congressman Michael Oxley
appreciates touring businesses in the state.
Cross-country rider Gary Jakacky,
52, of Oregon paused in Delphos briefly
Friday on his way to visit relatives in
Rhode Island. Jakacky, a stock market
trader, first started riding cross country
at the age of 26 and chooses different

parts of the United States to tour each


summer. Jakacky, who had been riding on
Lincoln Highway, was delighted by the
many garage sales on his route.
The 2006 AYBT boys sixth-grade
champions from Delphos include Michael
Joseph, Kyle Hamilton, Shayn Klinger,
Max Giller, Cody Kundert, Jordan
Bergfeld, Alex Clark, Nick Dunlap, Tanner
Calvelage, Zach Harmon and coaches Bob
Poling and Craig Poling.
25 Years Ago 1991
The 119th annual meeting of the Putnam
County Historical Society will be held at
1:30 p.m. Sept. 7 in Kalida High School

music room. Beda Shafer of Lima will


speak on Lest We ForgetOur Patriotic
and Religious Heritage. First Family certificates will be presented to eligible applicants. Century Farm certificates will also
be awarded to recognize Putnam County
farms operated by the same family for over
100 years.
The Pirates were champions of the TriCounty League. Team members include
Any Miller, Chad Schulte, bat boy Scott
McCormick, bat boy Brad Baxter, Joel
Will, Aaron Elwer, Chad Wiechart, Chad
Teman, James Smith, Travis Hubert, Ryan
McCormick, Wes Baxter, Brad Klausing,

Travis Brinkman, and coaches Dick


Will, Ray Geary, Bill Baxter, and Dennis
Klausing.
Delphos Bass Club held its second tournament on St. Marys Lake. Brian Claypool
won second place with five fish weighing
6 pounds. First place went to Tim Teman,
with six fish weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces.
Norm Kunz won third place with a total
of six fish weighing 5 pounds 14 ounces.
Next tournament will be at Dallas Lake,
Indiana.
See ARCHIVES, page 13

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Arts & Entertainment


Saturday, August 13, 2016

Crossword Puzzle

At the movies ...


Van Wert Cinemas
10709 Lincoln Hwy.,
Van Wert
Petes Dragon 3D (PG) Sat.-Thurs.:
1:00/6:00
Petes Dragon (PG) Sat.-Thurs.: 3:30/8:30
Suicide Squad (PG-13) Sat.-Thurs.:
1:00/6:00
Suicide Squad 3D (PG-13) Sat.-Thurs.:
3:30/8:30
The Secret Life of Pets (PG) Sat.-Thurs.
1:00/3:15/5:30/7:45
Bad
Moms
(R)
Sat.-Thurs.:
1:00/3:30/6:00/8:30
Nine
Lives
(PG)
Sat.-Thurs.
1:00/3:15/5:30/7:45
Van-Del Drive In
19986 Lincoln Hwy,
Middle Point
Friday through Tuesday
Screen 1
Petes Dragon (PG)
Finding Dory (PG)
Screen 2
Suicide Squad (PG-13)
Bad Moms (R)
Screen 3
The Secret Life of Pets (PG)
Jason Bourne (PG-13)
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday

Suicide
Squad
3D
11:55/3:00/5:00/6:00/9:00
Suicide
Squad

(PG-13)
(PG-13)

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11:00/2:00/3:55/7:00/8:00/10:00
Petes Dragon 3D (PG) 1:45/7:15
Petes Dragon (PG) 10:55/4:30/10:10
Sausage
party
(R)
11:45/2:30/5:15/7:45/10:15
Bad Moms (R) 11:30/2:05/4:35/7:30/10:20
Jason Bourne (PG-13) 11:40/3:50/6:45/9:45
Nerve (PG-13) 2:15/4:45/7:25/9:55
Ice Age: Collision Course (PG) 11:25a
Lights
Out
(PG-13)
11:20/1:55/4:15/7:10/9:30
Star
Trek
Beyond
(PG-13)
11:50/2:45/5:30/8:15
Ghostbusters (PG-13) 11:15a
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and overall good working conditions.
Other Requirements:
High school diploma/GED
Proficient reading a tape measure, calipers, and
other measuring equipment; basic math
Lift up to 30 lbs. repetitively
Must pass pre-employment drug screen
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Vacation
401k with Matching Funds
Paid Holidays
Paid Life Insurance
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
Flexible Benefit Plan
Paid Short & Long Term Disability Plan
Bonus (monthly) Program
$1.00 Shift Premium
Safety is our major focus.
Please apply in person or mail resume to:
Taylor Made Glass Systems
407 n. Maple St
Payne, Ohio 45880
attn: Hr
or email: mmcmaken@taylormadesystems.com
or go online at:
www.taylormadeglass.com/infobar/careers.html
Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace

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35 Years Ago 1981
Thirty-six mens softball
teams will vie for the title of
Class B state champion this
weekend in Delphos. Among
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host district: The Rustic of
Delphos, Imperial Caf and
OSSI of Lima and Ottawa
VFW. OSSI and Personnel
Pool are co-hosts for the tournament. This is the first state
tournament for all the district
teams except the Rustic,
said one of the organizers,
Urb Shumaker of Personnel
Pool.
50 Years Ago 1966
Dick Hayes, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Hayes of
Delphos, will leave Sunday
for a National Explorer convention that will be held at
Indiana University. The convention, which is held once
every two years, will continue from Aug. 14 through
Aug. 18. Over 4,000 Explorer
Scouts from all over the

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Amish
world will be in attendance.
Dick is a member of Delphos
Explorer Post 7 and is attending the convention under the
sponsorship of the Delphos
Kiwanis Club.
Landecks Catholic Ladies
of Columbia completed plans
for the organizations annual
tour during a meeting of the
group held this week. The
tour, slated for Aug. 30, will
include a smorgasbord buffet
and stage play, The Music
Man, at Warsaw, Ind., also
a tour of the International
Harvester Company in Fort
Wayne.
60 Years Ago 1956
Flower
growers
of
Delphos and vicinity will
have the opportunity to show
the results of their handiwork
Aug. 16 by displaying their
blooms in the Horticultural
section of the annual flower show. The annual show
is sponsored by the Green
Thumb Garden Club, whose
members urge residents to
bring blooms to the music

Police

(Continued from page 2)

On Sunday, officers were sent to a business in the 200 block of North Main Street to
investigate a theft incident. Officers arrived
and met with the business owner who told
them that an item was stolen from outside
of the business. The incident remains under
investigation.
On Sunday, officers responded to the 900
block of Superior Street to speak with a male
threatening to harm himself. Officers arrived
and located the male, who did have superficial
wounds. Delphos EMS was contacted and he
was transported to the hospital for evaluation

room of Jefferson High


School Thursday between
9-11 a.m.
75 Years Ago 1941
W. D. Swithart, Democrat,
became a candidate to succeed himself as mayor of the
City of Delphos in a most
decisive manner Tuesday
in the primary election held
here. Swihart polled a total
of 582 votes in the 11 city
precincts to win over three
other candidates: William B.
Taylor, John Lehmkuhle and
Wilbur Ditto.
The end of the National
Youth Administration in
Delphos and in other places throughout the country
is seen probable, according
to a report made by Service
Director A. E. Weger at a
regular meeting of the city
council Tuesday night. The
HYA has been maintaining
a force of young men for
part time work in Delphos on
streets, sidewalks and other
project work.

and treatment.
On Monday. officers met with a male at the
police department that requested a report for
damage done to his vehicle. The male stated
that he was driving over the railroad tracks
on South Canal Street when he bottomed out,
causing extensive damage.
On Monday, officers responded to the 500
block of Fort Jennings Road to do a well-being check on a resident. Officers arrived and
found a female that was unresponsive due to
prescription medication overdose. Officers
contacted Delphos EMS and the female was
transported to the hospital for treatment.

(Continued from page 1)

Nothings are made from special


dough that is rolled thin and then deepfat fried. This is very hard work, and it
took the sisters a few hours to get all
the dough rolled. Once the Nothings
are puffy, they are taken out of the oil,
drained and topped with sugar. The
stacks of Nothings were covered and
will be passed at the meal as a special
treat.
At noon, the helpers enjoyed a delicious meal of casseroles, salads and
desserts, all provided by the cooks. All
together, there are 52 cooks helping with
the wedding. They will make homemade
bread, chop broccoli and cauliflower
for salad, clean strawberries and finish
up whatever else needs to be done. All
the cooks will assemble the morning of
the wedding to peel and cook potatoes,
assemble hot foods to cook and prepare
salads. They will ready dishes to begin
the first serving at about noon, after the
marriage ceremony, which will start
about 9 a.m.
This is a big undertaking! What
strikes me as I observe the work being
done is that there is no arguing or complaining from anyone. Everyone is excited and willing to work. There is laughter
and horseplay. The Amish focus a lot
on family togetherness and dont have
many of the distractions that we English
people have. Lovinas family is closeknit and loving. They have hard times
and disappointments like everyone else,
but their faith in God and close family

sustains them through those times.


This week, as the Eicher family gets
ready for Mose and Susans big day, will
be filled with hard work, amazing food,
good conversation and lots of laughter.
Here is a recipe for a small quantity
of Amish Wedding Nothings.
Amish Wedding Nothings
1 egg, well beaten
3/4 cup cream (3 large cook spoons
of heavy cream)
salt
2 cups flour
cup powdered sugar (for topping
only)
2-3 cups shortening (for frying, may
need to adjust for size of pan or kettle)
Beat egg and stir in cream, salt, and
enough flour to make elastic dough.
Make 6 or 7 balls out of the dough. Roll
out each ball of dough very flat and thin,
about 1/16-inch think. Cut about six
3-inch slits in the middle of the circles.
Heat shortening in a large kettle over
high heat (or use an electric frying pan
with a temperature control). When the
shortening is 365 degrees, test a piece of
dough to see if it sizzles; put a rolled-out
Nothing into the kettle or fry pan. Fry
one at a time, unless you have a huge
kettle. Turn each piece over with forks
or large spatula once it turns golden on
the bottom. Remove from oil and place
on plate covered with paper towels to
drain. Sprinkle powdered sugar on top
while warm. Stack the Nothings on top
of each other to serve. Makes 6-7.

Court

(Continued from page 2)


Changes of pleas
Shawn English, 35, Van
Wert, changed his plea to guilty
to Theft, F5. The Court ordered
a pre-sentence investigation and
set sentencing for 9 a.m. Sept.
28.
Nathan Egly, 30, Ft.
Wayne, changed his plea to
guilty to Possession of Heroin,
F4 (reduced from F3). He then
requested and was granted
Treatment in Lieu of Conviction
and his case was stayed pending completion of the treatment
program.
Probation violations
Charles Purdy, 27, St.
Marys, admitted to violating his
probation by failing to report to

probation. He was resentenced


to five years community control, three years intensive probation, under the same conditions
as before with the following
additional conditions: 30 days
jail with credit for 24 days
served.
Jessica Leppard, 27, Van
Wert, admitted to violating her
probation by testing positive for
drugs. Her case was set for further hearing on Sept. 7.
Judge Kevin Taylor
Probation violations
Jered Couch, 29, Van Wert,
admitted to violating his probation by testing positive for
cocaine. He was resentenced to
three years community control
under the same conditions plus
30 days jail to be served at a

later date. A 15-month prison


term was deferred.
Tommie Pruitt, 39, Dayton,
admitted to violating his probation by failing to report to
probation. He was sentenced
to serve his previously deferred
prison sentence of 12 months,
concurrent with his current prison sentence from another county. Credit for seven days served.
Casey McMillen, 32, Van
Wert, admitted to violating his
probation by testing positive for
opiates. He was re-sentenced to
three years community control
under same conditions plus: 60
days jail, drug court assessment.
An 11-month prison term was
deferred.
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FIRST UNITED
PRESBYTERIAN
310 W. Second St.
419-692-5737
Sunday: 11:00 Worship
Service - Everyone Welcome
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
419-692-6741
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
ST. PETER LUTHERAN
CHURCH
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-2616
Sunday 9:00 AM
Worship Service
Monday 8:00-9:00 AM
Kids Free Breakfast starts M-F
Wednesday
7:00 PM Worship Service
Saturday
8:00 AM Prayer Breakfast
Sunday
9:00 AM Worship Service
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
CHURCH
935 S. Bredeick St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-1723
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Sunday Worship.
MARION BAPTIST
CHURCH
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
419-339-6319
Services: Sunday - 11:00
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
UNION

470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940

10:30 Sunday service.

ST. PAULS UNITED


METHODIST
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
Service.
DELPHOS TRINITY UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Phone: 419-692-0651
211 E. Third St. for
Office and Traditional Worship
8:15 am & 10:30 am Sundays
702 Ambrose Dr. for
Daycare/Preschool and
Praise Service at 9:15 am
Sundays

SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
317 West North St.
419-296-2561
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;
ST. PATRICKS CHURCH
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
419-647-6202
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,

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

ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH


331 E. Second St., Delphos
SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
419-695-4050
107 Broadway St., Spencerville
Eucharist Lords Day
Pastor Charles Muter
Observance; Saturday 4:30
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
Sunday: Morning Services a.m.; Weekdays as announced 10:00 a.m.
on Sunday bulletin.
TRINITY UNITED
LIVING TRUTH MINISTRIES
METHODIST
1180 S. Washington St.
Corner of 4th & Main,
Sunday Worship Service @
Spencerville
10:30am
Phone 419-647-5321
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
CHURCH - Landeck
Sunday
8:30
a.m.
Phone: 419-692-0636
Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Administrative aide:
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Ignite Contemporary Service

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

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST


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

Elida/GomEr

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

CALVARY EVANGELICAL CHURCH


TRINITY FRIENDS
10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd.
CHURCH
Van Wert - 419-238-9426
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
Sunday- 8:45 a.m. Friends
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday
Sunday - Worship services
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.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
worship with Pulpit Supply.
utnam
ounty

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,

Van WErt County


nursery available.
BREAKTHROUGH
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Sunday Church Service - 10
a.m, 6 p.m.

MIDDLE POINT UNITED


METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.

FAITH MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Road U, Rushmore
TRINITY LUTHERAN
Pastor Robert Morrison
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Sunday 10 am Church
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 11:00 Church Service;
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
service.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
Ottoville
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
Phone: 419-965-2771
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
Kalida
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
CHURCH
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
a.m. Masses.
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
MANDALE CHURCH OF
160 Main St.,
CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
Mass schedule: Saturday
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday 5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
School all ages. 10:30 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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14 The Herald

Saturday, August 13, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Lauf
(Continued from page 1)

Tony Unverferth

Unverferth rides
the journey from
journalism to
administration
By JIM LANGHAM
DHI Media Staff Writer
info@timesbulletin.com
VAN WERT If someone would have told Tony Unverferth as recently as a couple of years
ago that he would someday hold an administrative position inside of Vantage Career Center, he
would have chuckled and shrugged it off.
However, that has all changed now. As this school year gets underway at the Center, it begins
with Unverferth occupying the office entitled, High School Office, a position he admits is
still a bit stunning to him.
I never thought about administrative work; always teaching, said Unverferth. It took me
time to realize that even in administration, I can continue to have an influence assisting kids in
exploring their future and what they would like to do.
Actually, there was another layer to uncover in understanding Unverferths dream when he
graduated as a star athlete at Kalida High School in 2002.
I wanted to be a journalist; I wanted to work for ESPN, said Unverferth. I knew I couldnt
play professional sports or big-time college sports. This was the next best thing. I wanted to
cover professional sports, so I started attending the University of Dayton with a major in journalism.
Following graduation from the University of Dayton (UD) with a bachelor of arts in communication, he was hired in as sales assistant for WLIO in Lima.
I could write commercials and use the creativity I had, noted Unverferth. I was involved
in communication, an industry I had passion for.
In the meantime, Unverferth started coaching eighth-grade basketball at Kalida. On the way
home on the bus, he would help the kids with their homework. In fact, he fell in love with the
interaction with the students so much that he decided to go back to UD and work on a teaching
license.
This time, he was given the opportunity to teach government and military history at Vantage.
All along, he was completing a masters degree in social studies and education.
For six years, Unverferth taught with so much enjoyment in the classroom that he never
visualized he would ever want to or be willing to do anything else.
Thats when Ben Winans, a former director at Vantage, casually offered Unverferth the
opportunity to attend an administrators conference in Columbus.
When I was there I realized that I could still affect the kids every day, that even in an
administrators position, I could still have an impact on kids every day, observed Unverferth.
It was back to college where Unverferth started work on his administrators license. In the
meantime, Winans accepted a position at Wayne Trace Schools and Unverferth was offered the
chance to step into Winans office.
I love this school; I thought I would give it a shot, said Unverferth. Everybody here is so
helpful and awesome. It doesnt matter who I ask.
Unverferths wife, Erica, a former basketball star at Ottoville, serves as a dentist in Van Wert.
They have two children, Trey and Kinley, and live in Kalida.
I have always loved taking on challenges, said Unverferth. This is another one. We have
to establish common goals. Right now were thinking of different goals that we can implement.
We need to make sure that we have our goals established before we can move forward.

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Answers to Wednesdays questions:


According to Christian theology, there are nine different choirs of angels: seraphim,
cherubim, dominions, thrones, virtues, powers, principalities, angels and archangels.
The only official human mascot in the four major North American sports is Ragnar,
who is the mascot for the Minnesota Vikings. Hes played by Joseph Juranitch, who originated the role of Ragnar in August 1994 and has never missed a game.
Todays questions:
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On April 18, 1930, a new presenter came on the BBC for what should have been the
6:30 p.m. radio news bulletin and said what unusual thing?
Answers in next Wednesdays Herald.
The Outstanding National Debt as of Friday evening was $19,407,164,390,614.
The estimated population of the United States is 323,539,315, so each citizens share
of this debt is $59,984.
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of $2.37 billion per day since
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Defining Lauf as someone


in a position of authority over
the child who then repeatedly used that authority to
forcibly sexually abuse her,
Schroeder described Laufs
actions as the single worst
offense that could be perpetrated against a child. He then
addressed Laufs demeanor.
Throughout the course
of this prosecution and jury
trial, the defendant has shown
no accountability whatsoever
for any of the acts in this
case, Schroeder said. He
has shown no remorse whatsoever and an individual who
shows no accountability and
no remorse for violent sex
offenses against a child poses
a risk to this society and a
danger.
Schroeder then requested
the court to impose the maximum sentence.
Both the victim, Caroline
Johns, and her mother, Laufs
ex-wife Leslie Lauf, read
statements to the court. As
the victim prepared to read
her statement, Lauf leaned
over in his chair, made eye
contact with his ex-wife and
mouthed the words, Youre
dead.
What you did was a really disgusting thing to do,
especially to a 10- to 12-yearold child, the girl said. You
have taken my childhood
away from me. All I wanted
was a daddy who loved me.
What Trent did to
Caroline over the course of
two years is inexcusable,
Leslie Lauf said. The two
children that he and I shared
together now have to grow

up knowing that their father


is a pedophile. I ask the court
to impose the stiffest sentence possible to keep this
sexual predator unavailable
to destroy any other children
or families.
She then directed her comments to her ex-husband.
What you did to my
daughter is one of the most
horrific acts I have ever
known, Leslie Lauf said,
then proceeded to express her
forgiveness, not for his sake,
she said, but for her own.
Laufs defense attorney, William Kluge, then
addressed the court.
He comes from a nice
family, I knew his dad well
and I know his mom, Kluge
said. Everyone is just sitting
back and saying, how can this
be? How can Trent have done
this without our knowledge?
He is going to deny this, he is
going to say that these are all
invented accusations. I know
thats not what the court usually likes to hear, but in this
case, I believe thats probably
what its going to hear. Ill let
Trent proceed.
Lauf failed to disappoint,
describing the case against
him as a web of lies and
characterizing his ex-wife as
a liar, drug addict and thief;
the sheriffs and prosecutors offices as deliberately
negligent; and his defense
as incompetent. During the
course of his statement, he
described himself as a religious man and fumbled his
way through a poorly memorized Bible verse, ultimately
throwing it aside and telling
his ex-wife and stepdaughter
directly that they were going

to Hell for bearing false witness.


I am not guilty and I will
plead this til the day I die,
Lauf said. I do not deserve
life for a crime I did not
commit.
However, it wasnt until
Judge Basinger imposed the
maximum sentence allowable that Lauf truly came
unhinged.
You can judge my bones
and my flesh, your Honor,
but know, at the end of the
days, my judgment will be
with those sheep as you and
the prostitute and Leslie and
Caroline will be judged at
the end and with the goats
and be sent to Hell for injustice, Lauf bellowed as Judge
Basinger read the particulars
of his sentence. Thank you
for committing another atrocity in Putnam County like
you did for murder before,
your Honor. It will come back
to haunt you.
His rant continued for
several minutes as he proclaimed his innocence and
heaped curses on the court
and his accusers, going so far
as to accuse his stepdaughter,
the victim in his case, of
the very crime for which he
was convicted. His diatribe
continued even as he was
escorted from the courtroom
and the building.
In addition to his prison sentence, Lauf was also
determined a Tier 3 sexual
offender. Under that classification, should he at some
point find release from prison, he is required to register
as such with any local jurisdiction within which he lives
for the remainder of his life.

Cooper
(Continued from page 1)
I like that he has real road experience as
well as small-town experience, Police Chief
Mark Slate said. He also scored highest on
the test and interviewed the best.
Cooper is a graduate of Hardin Northern
High School and Rhodes State College graduate, earning an associates degree criminal
justice.
Slate said Cooper is already fitting in.

Hes friendly and hes met almost all his


fellow officers, Slate added.
He also said he liked Coopers enthusiasm.
Alec is eager to work and keep advancing
and learning, he said.
Slate said a full-time officer was needed
as a current officer was taking an extended
medical leave.
We arent increasing our ranks, he said.
Were just holding at the same number.

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#16NB865

16 Enclave

#16NB845, Leather group.

MSRP
$45,130
TOTAL SAVINGS
8,380

NEW! $28,630 NEW! $29,323 NEW! $35,591

GREAT DEALS ON PRE-OWNED VEHICLES


Nearly of our used inventory are Carfax one owner

St. #

D31
E40
D26
F50
F51
E44
G57
I72
I81
I82
I86
I87
K100
B14
C19
C21
D25
D27
D32

WAS

NOW

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


16 ACADIA SLT Leather ....................................................$33,900 .........$32,900
15 CRUZE 2LT Leather......................................................$15,500 .........$14,900
15 ENCORE Conv. Package ...............................................$20,900 .........$19,995
15 SILVERADO DBL 4x4 ...................................................$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 .........$18,900
15 IMPALA LT ....................................................................$16,900 .........$15,900
15 IMPALA LT ....................................................................$16,900 .........$15,900
15 REGAL PREM. Nice .....................................................$21,800 .........$19,500
15 IMPALA LTZ Loaded ....................................................$19,900 .........$17,900
15 EQUINOX LT Crystal Red.............................................$19,500 .........$18,995
15 IMPALA LS New Body ..................................................$18,500 .........$17,995
15 GR. CARAVAN SE .......................................................$18,500 .........$17,900
15 GR. CARAVAN SX .......................................................$19,900 .........$18,900
15 MALIBU 2LT Backup Camera ......................................$17,500 .........$16,900
15 CRUZE SEDAN Red .....................................................$14,900 .........$14,200
15 MALIBU 2LT Nice.........................................................$17,900 .........$17,200

St. #

WAS

NOW

16B6 14 JEEP CHEROKEE White, 4x4 ............................................................$18,900


16D2A 13 FORD FOCUS SE Local Trade ............................................................$11,900
C22 13 SILVERADO CREW 1LT 4X4 Duramax......................$42,900 .........$41,500
G59 13 MALIBU LS Low Miles ............................................................... .........$14,900
H20A 11 IMPALA LS Local Trade ......................................................................... $9,995
G57 11 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN .............................................................$10,500
E24A 10 IMPALA LS .....................................................................................$7,500..............$6,995
F60A 10 IMPALA 1LT Local Trade ...........................................................$6,995..............$5,995
K99 07 MALIBU MAXX.............................................................................$5.500..............$4,995
D28A 06 IMPALA LT Nice .............................................................................$6,500..............$5,995
F8A 08 IMPALA 1LT Local Trade...............................................................$6,995..............$5,995
F55 07 UPLANDER VAN LT DVD, 1 Owner ..................................................................$7,995
E39A 07 LaCROSSE Bench Seat, Runs Great ........................................$6,995..............$6,450
H27A 06 MALIBU Local Trade.................................................................................................$3,250
D28A 06 IMPALA LT Bench Seat, Runs Great ........................................$5,995..............$5,450
H62A 02 MONTANA VAN Local Trade ................................................................................$3,995
F34A 01 CENTURY Bench Seat, Runs Great ..........................................$3,450..............$2,750
F48 01 CENTURY Bench Seat, Runs Great ..........................................$2,750..............$2,250

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