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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Ottoville Council
discusses GIS use

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BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
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OTTOVILLE Embracing and utilizing technological advancements is a goal most municipalities strive to achieve. For the Village
of Ottoville, accessing a state-of-the art, up-to-date geographical information system (GIS) could be just around the corner. During councils
meeting on Monday, a representative from the Putnam County Auditors
Office, Greg Luersman, briefed council members on the countys GIS.
Luersman provided council with graphic examples of how GIS could
benefit the village and its workers. Via laptop, he connected with the
countys GIS, projecting the images on a nearby screen.
I dont know how many of you are familiar with the on-line GIS or
how often you guys use it, Luersman said by way of introduction. This
is something that is used a lot, whether its attorneys or builders or just
people being nosy who want to use it.
Greg Luersman (left), with the Putnam County Auditors Office, demonstrated the abilities of the countys GIS to members of the Ottoville Village Council during their Monday meeting. (DHI Media/Steven
Coburn-Griffis)
See GIS, page 14

A wheat field being harvested in Delphos. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)


Anna Mueller, left, Marie Mueller and Lexie Hays help clean classrooms at St. Johns.
Students come in during the summer on Monday through Friday to assist with the summer
maintenance and prepare the classrooms for the next school year.

Students help
prepare for
next year
Kelsi Gillespie, left, and
Rachel Pohlman clean
the classrooms at St.
Johns to help with the
summer maintenance.
Students come in every
Monday through Friday
in the summer to get the
classrooms ready for the
next school year. (DHI
Media/Kristi Fish)

Wheat harvests are back;


better than last year
BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com
Last year at this time, Van Wert County and surrounding areas saw
record amounts of rain, more than 12 inches in the month of June.
However, now the local crops could be facing too little rain.
Comparatively, the crops are doing wonderful this year, Curtis Young
of the OSU Van Wert County Extension said. However, we have had a
lack of rain in Van Wert this year.
There has been some spots with heavier rain that caused slight flooding,
but Young said it drained off fairly well. However, the wind has caused a
bit of damage.
The wind did lay the wheat over and there seemed to be a bit of lodging, Young said. There were heavy winds in southern Van Wert County
that created some obvious lodging.
Lodging is when the stems bend over near the gound and it can be
damaging and costly.
However, the wheat harvest is doing substantially better than last year.
Young said they have tested for head scab, a disease found in wheat and
barley, and the results were good.
We found next to no head scab presence in the wheat, he said.
The wheat should be harvested soon, too.
The harvesting should begin within the next week-and-a-half, he
said.
The corn this year is reaching the proper height according to the old
adage, knee high by the Fourth of July. However, thats not where it
should be anymore.
With the new hybrids out there, wed like corn to be following the line
eye high by the Fourth of July, Young said.
Last year, the rain was devastating in some places, but this year the rain
is holding back and the crops are doing better.
The crops are not as perfect as we would like to see, but were comfortable with where theyre at, Young said.

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Tender Times Child Development is hosting a card shower for Aiden Dotson this week.
Aiden is 7 years old and has terminal brain cancer. Cards may be dropped off between 5:45
a.m.-5:45 p.m. Monday through Friday or mailed to Tender Times c/o Aiden Dotson, 702
Ambrose Dr., Delphos OH
Tender times will also hold an open house for new fall enrollment from 5:30-7 p.m. on
Thursday.
The center is accepting registrations for children ages 6 weeks - preK.
Call 567-765-0502 for more information.

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
The quartet of Arlene Kortokrax, Becky
Moorman, Margie Herman and Carol Hellman
won the Tuesday scramble during the weekly
ladies golf outing at the Delphos Country
Club. Alice Ricker, Alina Good and Anne
Ramsey came in second, Joan Childress, Alice
Rayman, Jean Hilvers and Mary Lou Menke
were third. In the first flight, Moorman was
closest to the pin and Ricker had the longest
drive. In the second flight, Ramsey was closest to the pin and Menke registered the long
drive.
Jefferson saw a 3-0 lead after four innings
evaporate at the hands of Van Wert Tuesday
night at Wildcat Field as the Cougars tied it
up in the sixth. The Wildcats didnt panic,
pushing a run across in the home half of the
seventh to seal a 4-3 ACME baseball win.
Sean Fisher drew a 1-out walk and Mike
Rahrig bounced one to third, where third
sacker Brady Dunlaps throw to first was off,
giving Fisher the opening to go to third. He
scored on Damon Josephs grounder.
A 2-run first inning wasnt enough to bring
victory to Ottoville as the Columbus Grove
Lady Bulldogs rallied to defeat the Lady
Green 3-2 in summer softball action Tuesday
evening at Ottoville Community Park. Tied
at 2-2 entering the top of the fifth, the
Lady Dogs bats struck for the winning tally
against Lady Green starter Chelsea Bowers.
25 Years Ago 1991
Fred Moreo of Delphos placed first in the
Black Swamp Rifle/Pistol Club Wednesday
pistol league. Dana Martin of Ottoville was
second, Paul Wilson of Delphos, third, and
Scott Cox of Delphos, fourth. These matches are off hand .22-caliber pistol matches
and are held at the club range on Pohlman
Road, northwest of Delphos, 6:30 p.m. each
Wednesday. One need not be a member to
participate or observe.
A few fair participants arrived Thursday
at Putnam County fairgrounds to prepare for
livestock shows. Jim Westhoven and his wife,
Dianna, were set to clip some of the 13 different breeds of sheep they will show in the open
class sheep show July 3. The Putnam County
Fair begins at 10 a.m. Saturday with a parade
and concludes July 4.
Funds raised during the annual Middle
Point Lions Club chicken dinner were divided
into two $750 scholarships and awarded to Rob
Friemoth and Shawn Miller. Rob Friemoth is
the son of Bob and Nancy Friemoth, and plans
to attend the University of Toledo and major
in pharmacy. Shawn Miller is the son of bob
and Cherri Miller and plans to attend Ohio
40th Annual Van

State and major in architecture.


50 Years Ago 1966
Two young residents of Delphos are
accompanying 70 other young musicians on
a European concert tour with the American
Youth Band and Chorus. The American
Youth Band has been chosen to represent the
John Philip Sousa Memorial Association of
Washington, D. C., during the 1965 European
concert tour. Douglas and Margaret Harter,
son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harter,
Jr., joined the other musicians in Washington,
D. C. June 17.
Richard Dukes and Clark Williams,
co-chairmen for the Cancer Crusade slated
for the Allen County section of Delphos, have
announced that Robert Nartker will be chairman of the business and professional committee for the campaign. The Van Wert County
section of Marion Township with Norman
Jones as chairman, was solicited during April.
Raymond Floyd, a 22-year-old pro from
St. Andrews, Ill., won the $100,000 St. Paul
Open Golf Tournament Sunday, finishing
four strokes ahead of Tommy Aaron and Gene
Littler to cop the $20,000 first place check.
Floyd came in with a two under par 69 in
Sundays final round for a 72-hole total of
270, 14 under par.
75 Years Ago 1941
The Capitol Theatre softball team chalked
up a one-sided triumph over the Club Cigar
Store in a game played at the stadium Friday
evening. The final score was 13 to 1. Briggs
went the distance for the Capitol and allowed
but three scattered hits. He issued three bases
on balls and struck out seven. Grewe, the
Club hurler, pitched effective ball during
the first two innings but in the third Capitol
tallied eight runs on four hits, three bases on
balls and an error.
The Mary Martha Bible Class of the
Christian Union Church met with Mrs. Frank
Munday, South Cass Street. The group studied the 15th and 16th chapter of Romans and
Mrs. Harry Wiley offered prayer. In a contest
Mrs. David Wade was most successful. Mrs.
Charles Fifer was present as a guest. The
next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs.
Walter Wisher, South Franklin Street.
The Womens Home and Foreign
Missionary Society of the Presbyterian
Church met Friday at the church. Mrs. J. H.
Jenkins presided over the meeting. Devotions
were in charge of Mae Davis. The lesson on
the West Indies was given by Mrs. Harry
Woodcock. Mrs. Earl Scott gave the prayer
topics and Mrs. E. B. Mauk gave an address.

Wert County

Old Fashioned Farmers Days


June 30 thru July 3, 2016
The Van Wert County Fairgrounds is located on
US Rt. 127 South, Van Wert, Ohio
This year, the featured tractors will be: Oliver,
Minneapolis Moline, Co-Op Tractors, equipment, Hit 7
Miss Engines; All Brands are welcome! Antique Tractors
and Machinery and Gas Engines will be on exhibit.

Activities will include:


Antique Tractors &
Machinery
Quilt & Needle Art Show
Threshing
Gas Engines
Sawmill
Car Show
Antique Car Racing
Antique Tractor Pull
Trading Post
Crafts
Flea Market
Garden Tractor Display
Truck Display (old & new)
Animal land
Free Barrel Rides
Kids & Adult Pedal Tractor
Pull
Barney Fife Look-Alike
Tractor Games
Chain Saw Sculpturing
A wide selection of Food
Vendors will be there.
Camping and golf carts will
be available.

Sponsored By:
Old Fashioned Farmers Days
and Van Wert County
Agricultural Society

EXHIBITORS CAMPING

Wed. FREE $10.00/day during show.


Before & after show - $20.00 a day.
No alcoholic beverages on grounds.
Not responsible for accidents.
Camping: $20 per day for
non-exhibitors.
Golf Carts for rent: $5.00 charge
for bringing your own golf cart.
(Must have proof of insurance).

MUSIC DAILY

Music supported in part by a grant


from Van Wert County Foundation.

ADMISSION:
3 Day Pass
$7.00/Person
(sold in advance at
Fairboard Office)

SUNDAY FREE

Donation at the gate:


$3.00 per person
Under 12 years of
Age - FREE!

www.oldfashionedfarmersdays.com
Visit the website for full schedule of events!

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Herald

OBITUARIES
Betty Jean Fox

Nancy Spencer, editor


Ray Geary,
Chief Operating Officer
Delphos Herald, Inc.
David Thornberry,
Group Publisher
Lori Goodwin Silette,
circulation manager

Dec. 25, 1928-June 26, 2016


SIDNEY Betty Jean Fox, age 87, former rural Mendon and
Delphos resident, passed away Sunday at her daughters home near
Sidney, where she had lived the past six years.
She was born Dec. 25, 1928, in Mercer County to Walter nd
Grace ( Coil ) Rhodes, who preceded her in death.
Betty married Calvin Dale Fox on March 29, 1948, and he preceded her in death on May 24, 2010.
She is survived by their children, Karen ( Philip ) Warnecke
of Sidney, Kurt Fox of Rockford, Kris Fox of Dayton and Keith (
Inge ) Fox of Xenia; 14 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and
brothers, Guy Hop ( Susan ) Rhodes of Bluffton, who had been
raised in the Fox home, and Ron (Earlene) Rhodes of Plain City.
She was also preceded in death by a son, Kerry Paul Fox; six
infant sons and daughters; and her brother and sister, Bob Rhodes
and Bonnie ( Daniel ) Miller.
Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Mendon
United Methodist Church, with Pastor Rob Glenn, officiating.
Burial will be at a later date at Tomlinson Cemetery near Mendon.
Calling Hours are 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Thursday at W.H.
Dick & Sons-Hellwarth Funeral Home in Mendon, and an hour
prior to time of services on Friday at the church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to
Wilson Memorial Hospital Hospice Care.
Condolences may be expressed at dickandsonshellwarthfh.com

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Ursula Wenzlick
Jan. 2, 1922-June 24, 2016
OTTOVILLE Ursula
Wenzlick, 94, of Ottoville, was
welcomed to Heaven on Friday.
Born Jan. 2, 1922, she was
one of the oldest of a family
of 12.
On April 27, 1940, she married Herman Wenzlick. They
lived on the Wenzlick home
place in Ottoville and farmed.
Ursula is survived by her
children, Tom (Masie), Otto
(Rosie), Ann, Joe (Jackie),
Rudy (Carol), Marilyn (Jerry),
Jean (Al), Jim (Yvonne), Denny
(Marilyn), Karen (Paul), Betty
(Bill) and Carol; 39 grandchildren; 57 great-grandchildren;
and siblings, Helen, Gale,
Lea, Omer (Jane) and Doris

Ann(Gerry).
She is reunited with her husband, Herman; her children,
Ray and Janice; her great-granddaughter, Alivia; her siblings,
Fred, Jim, Joan, Gertrude, Rosie
and Sister Johnita; and parents,
Dorothy and Otto Elwer.
Mass of Christian burial was at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church, Ottoville, The
Very Reverend Jerome Schetter
and Fr. John Stites officiating.
Burial will be in St. Marys
Cemetery, Ottoville.
Memorial donations may be
made to Putnam County Hospice
or Immaculate Conception
Window Restoration Fund.

BIRTHS

A boy, Walter George,


was born May 30 at Dublin
Methodist
Hospital
to
Stephanie and Brandon Hoge
of Westerville.
Grandparents are Daniel
Diesel Schwinnen of
Delphos and Rina and
Duncan Hoge of Centerburg.
Great-grandparents are
John and Pat Holdgreve
and Ann Schwinnen of
Delphos and the late Richard
Schwinnen and Beatrice
Dolan of Cooperstown, New
York, and the late Walter
Wayne F. Warnecke
Dolan
LIMA MEMORIAL
DELPHOS Wayne F. Warnecke, 67, of Delphos, died
A boy was born June to
Tuesday at Van Wert Inpatient Hospice Care Center.
Catherine and Kevin Ricker
Arrangements are incomplete at Harter and Schier Funeral of Delphos.
Home.

Police probe two accidents


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Highs in the low Highs in the low Highs in the low
afternoon
80s and lows in 80s and lows in 80s and lows in
struck Roger Queen, 25, of Delphos from behind. Queen clouds.
High
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the mid 50s.
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was walking east bound in the west bound lane of Clime around 80F.
Winds light and
Street, opposing traffic.
variable.
Queen was taken by EMS to St. Ritas.
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No citations were given, but Lindeman received a urine Sunset:
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test for alcohol and drugs, the results were unknown.
Police investigated an accident at the intersection of Ohio at a Glance
Main Street and Seventh Street on June 24. Jace Fish, 17, of
Delphos, was driving through the intersection, going east on
Seventh Street, when Kathy Weber, 61, of Delphos, failed

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Webers vehicle struck the right front of the vehicle
driven by Fish. Weber was cited with failure to yield after
stopping.
No injuries were reported.

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Engagement

Wedding

This is a picture of a gravid trap. If you see this out and


about in the county, dont be alarmed and please dont
disturb the trap. (Submitted photo)

West Nile Virus


surveillance
being conducted
in VW County
Information submitted
VAN WERT COUNTY
The Ohio Department of
Health will be conducting
surveillance on mosquitoes to
test for West Nile Virus in
Van Wert County beginning
in the next couple of weeks.
The mosquito trapping will
continue throughout the summer.
The surveillance and testing are being done to see
if mosquitoes in the county
are carrying the West Nile
Virus disease. Surveillance
will help to determine wheth-

er WNV disease is in the area


and where to focus control
measures and education on
preventing mosquito bites.
ODH will be setting out
Gravid Traps in various locations within the county to perform their surveillance such
as public parks and campgrounds. The Gravid Trap is a
plastic washbasin filled with
a liquid attractant which may
produce an odor.
The Van Wert County
Health Department asks that
if you see the traps, please do
not disturb them.

Miller/Boehnlein

John and Lynn Miller of Delphos announce the


engagement of their daughter, Brittany Lynn, to Samuel
Michael Boehnlein, son of Phil and Trina Boehnlein of
Bryan.
The bride-elect is a 2009 graduate of Delphos St.
Johns High School and a 2015 graduate of the University
of Findlay. She is employed at Bryan Hospital as a physical therapist.
Her fiance is a 2005 graduate of Fostoria St. Wendelin
High School, a 2009 graduate of the University of Toledo
and a 2015 graduate of the University of Findlay. He is
employed as a high school math teacher and the head
varsity boys basketball coach at Hilltop High School in
West Unity.
The couple will exchange vows on July 9 at Delphos
St. Johns Catholic Church.

Engagement

NPAC Grand Series


packages on sale today
Information submitted
Van Wert The doors to the Niswonger will open to patrons
interested in purchasing the 2016-2017 Grand Series at noon
today. Patrons who want to see it all can reserve their seats for
all of the events that make up the Niswongers tenth anniversary
season. The Grand Series is completely filled with a diverse
line-up of events that provide entertainment, education and
inspiration.
Patrons can begin purchasing the Grand Series package
at NPACVW.ORG or by phone at 419-238-6722. This Ten
Years Of Wow Season is filled with the following 19 events:
Gerald Albright & Jonathan Butler, Happy Days LIVE!, Jon
Gordon, Jack Hanna: Into The Wild LIVE!, Colton Dixon,
Vocalosity, Diamond Rio, Marty Brennaman, Elf The Broadway
Musical, Sandi Patty Christmas Blessings Tour, Andy WIlliams
Christmas Extravaganza, John Tesh Big Band Christmas, The
Time Jumpers with Vince Gill, Broadways 42nd Street, Daniel
Tigers Neighborhood, Broadways Rain: A Tribute to the
Beatles, Artrageous, David Phelps and REO Speedwagon
Grand Series ticket prices are as follows by section: Orchestra
Center $711, Orchestra Right & Left $671, Mezzanine Center
$580, Mezzanine Right & Left $540, Balcony Center $424, and
Balcony Right & Left $366.
Box office hours are Tuesday - Friday, Noon - 4pm.
The Niswonger Performing Arts Center is located at 10700
SR 118 South, Van Wert.

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Hoofnagle


Jennifer Lynne Toll, granddaughter of Alice
Heidenescher of Vancrest, and daughter of Sue
Heidenescher Toll and Mark Toll, married Dr. Mark
Houston Hoofnagle on Saturday, June 25 in Baltimore,
Maryland. The officiant was Christopher Hoofnagle,
brother of the groom. They were attended by Laura Toll
Marchiano, sister of the bride; and Samuel Hecker, friend
of the groom.
The bride wore a strapless fit-and-flare shape bridal
gown with lace appliques and beading by Oleg Cassini.
The groom wore a notched collar tuxedo by Indochino.
The reception was held at Sotto Sopra restaurant in
downtown Baltimore.
Dinner consisted of appetizers calamari, caprese salad
and flatbreads, followed by vinaigrette salad, bronzino,
pumpkin sachet pasta with sausage, or beef short rib with
mushroom risotto. Dessert was a duo of Tiramisu and
mini cheesecakes. Toasts by the best man, maid of honor
and the grooms father were followed by dancing. Three
flavors of cake were offered to the guests: chocolate for
Mark, carrot/spice for Jenny and vanilla with raspberry.
Blue iris and white flowers arranged by the matron of
honor, Laura Marchiano, graced the tables.
The bride received her bachelors degree from Johns
Hopkins University, her masters from the University of
Maryland, College Park, and works as a grants administrator for Johns Hopkins University.
The groom graduated from Bucknell University,
University of Virginia, and University of Maryland
School of Medicine and will begin a fellowship in trauma surgery at University of Pennsylvania Presbyterian
Hospital in Philadelphia in August.
The couple will be moving to Philadelphia in July,
and a European honeymoon trip is planned.

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Bockey/Spangler
George and Karen Bockey of Delphos announce the
engagement of their daughter, Kathy, to Christopher
Spangler, son of Richard and Wendy Spangler of Oak
Harbor.
The couple will exchange vows on July 23 at St. John
the Evangelist Catholic Church.
The bride-elect is a 2008 graduate of Bowling
Green State University and a 2012 graduate of Bluffton
University. She is employed as a second-grade teacher at
R.C. Waters in Oak Harbor.
Her fiance is a 2012 graduate of Tiffin University. He
is currently employed at Spangler Motor Sales.

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The Jefferson High School class of 1956 recently met for the schools alumni dinner and a reunion. Members in attendance included, from left, Marilyn Lyle, Pat Naylor, Diane
Simpers, Marthanne Lehmann, TLC Thomas Cross, Ret., and Jamie Osburn; and back, Don Macwhinney, Mary Winhover and the Rev. George Copus. Leonard Ebbeskotte and
Carroll Meadows attended the dinner but were unavailable for the photo. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

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June 30
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Evie Mills
Matt Weitzel
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July 2
Andrew Siler
Tim Metcalfe
Melody Line
Sharon Lawrence
Jacob Pulford
Ryan Shumaker
Crystal Shumaker

July 1
Jacob Wurst
Susan Jettighoff

TODAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam County
Museum is open, 202 E. Main St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos
Museum of Postal History, 339 N. Main
St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos
Senior Citizen Center, 301 Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The
Grind.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates
meet in the St. Johns Chapel.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little
Theatre.
7:30 p.m. The Ottoville Board of
Education meets in the elementary building.

THURSDAY
9-11 a.m. The Delphos Canal
Commission Museum, 241 N. Main St.,
is open.
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.
3-7 p.m. The Interfaith Thrift Store is
open for shopping.
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7:30 a.m. Delphos Optimist Club,
A&W Drive-In, 924 E. Fifth St.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos
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Business
Practical Money

Homebuyer education: The first


step to buying a home
BY NATHANIEL SILLIN
How well do you really understand
the homebuying process? Taking a qualified homebuying class will do more than
teach you how to get a mortgage or pull
together a down payment. It will help you
determine the amount of home you can
afford without endangering other lifetime
financial goals.
If you think this training is just for
first-timers, think again. Real estate
markets change, and so do homebuying
environments. It is worth considering
taking a class each time youre making a
home purchase, especially if it has been
a significant number of years between
purchases. The homebuying class can
keep you up to date on what youll need
to know this time around.
Where can you find these courses?
Many private lenders offer their own
training, but governments local, state
and federal are the main source for
instructional classes for homebuyers. In
fact, on both the public and private side,
these classes are often tied to special
loans or funding assistance for the qualified.
Most homebuyer trainings are free if
youre asked to pay, get an explanation
for what those costs cover.
The U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) provides a
list of approved state (http://portal.hud.
gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/buying/localbuying) and local agencies (http://www.
hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/hcs.cfm) that
offer a range of homebuyer education
options some even help first-time buyers obtain grants and other financial
assistance with their down payments.
HUD has backed up this effort with
additional funding (http://portal.hud.gov/
hudportal/HUD?src=/press/press_releases_media_advisories/2016/HUDNo_16022) this year.
The Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA), and Department of Agriculture
(USDA) also offer assistance and educational programs for qualified buyers.
Meanwhile, Fannie Mae and Freddie
Mac (https://www.fanniemae.com/content/faq/home-buyer-education-policies-faqs.pdf), the two government-sponsored agencies that keep mortgage funding flowing through our lending system,
also support their own homebuyer education options. In fact, a 2013 Freddie
Mac study (http://www.freddiemac.com/
news/blog/robert_tsien/20130415_getting_better.html) indicated that pre-purchased financial counseling may cut the
likelihood of a first-time homebuyer
becoming seriously delinquent by nearly
30 percent.

Here are some of the major topics a


thorough homebuying class should cover:
1. Homebuying readiness. Explore the
general questions around a homebuying
decision, such as why you want to settle
in a particular area, how long you plan to
stay, what kind of property youre considering and where you are in your career
and lifestyle. You may also be asked to
answer specific financial questions to
support your thinking, which should not
be shared with others. The best courses will help you determine answers to
the big questions, such as whether you
should buy a home or stick with renting.
2. Budgeting and credit. These cours-

Sillin
es will help you
evaluate how you
handle money. Do you have a budget?
If not, do you know how to create one?
Do you understand your credit rating and
what goes into determining your score? If
you have debt, how are your efforts going
to pay it off? Essentially, what you dont
know about spending and borrowing can
limit your ability to buy a home.
3. Preapproval for mortgage financing. Navigate the nitty-gritty of the loan
process what a mortgage is, the various
types of mortgages, how they work and
what it takes to be preapproved for a
mortgage. Pre-approval involves filling
out a full mortgage application, typically
with a fee to cover an extensive credit
check as if you were actually buying a
home. Pre-approval, unlike prequalification, allows a potential borrower to
receive a loan commitment for a specific
amount, which can grease the wheels in a
potential purchase.
4. Knowing what you can afford.
Analyze the above and consider the reality of what kind of property you can really
afford to buy. Look at price limits and
locations and ways to get more for your
money, including specific local, state and
federal borrowing programs (http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/topics/
buying_a_home) you may qualify for.
Buying your dream home can seem nice,

but it can turn into a nightmare if you


cant afford the home while living within
your means.
5. Your home search. Determine how,
when and where to shop for specific
properties within the neighborhoods you
are interested in and how to get the best
overall deal for what youre buying.
6. What youll need to close a home
sale in your chosen community. Buying
a home can also include an introduction to the specific regulatory and cost
environment where youre planning to
live. For example, your course should
take you through such things as community-specific housing laws and zoning
restrictions that could affect what youll
be investing in the property, property tax
issues (particularly if an assessment is
pending), your home titling (http://www.
bankrate.com/finance/mortgages/understanding-the-closing-process-1.aspx)
process, inspection requirements and the
other costs linked to legal processes and
paperwork.
7. The aftermath. A solid homebuying
class should give you a wide picture of
the costs youll face after the sale and
how to manage them so you dont put the
rest of your finances in jeopardy. Being
too house poor not only puts you at a
risk of losing the property, it can threaten
other important financial goals.
If you have your eye on particular
lenders in your community, call them to
see whether homebuying education can
be a helpful factor in getting approved
for a loan. Ask them to explain how they
evaluate such training and what courses
they recommend. Always ask whether
any homebuyer class has a fee and why.
Also, get a second opinion if you work
with a qualified financial professional,
ask what he or she thinks about the
course and its benefits.
As you consider such a course, dont
think narrowly about what you can get
out of it. Its not just about getting the
mortgage. Its a chance to ask about
how a home purchase may affect other
aspects of your financial life all personal finance goals should be considered
equally.
Bottom line: Since the mortgage
industry collapse in 2008, its been a new
day in residential homebuying. Whether
youre buying your first home or beyond,
taking a homebuyer education class can
help you understand the mortgage process, improve your credit and shop smarter for a home you can actually afford.
Nathaniel Sillin directs Visas financial education programs. To follow
Practical Money Skills on Twitter: www.
twitter.com/PracticalMoney.

Rhodes State offering Basic


Manufacturing Pathway
Information submitted
LIMA The West Central Ohio Manufacturing
Consortium (WCOMC), in conjunction with Rhodes State
College, will offer its Basic Manufacturing Pathway class July
11-27 at Rhodes State College, 4240 Campus Drive, Lima.
This 40-hour class will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Students enrolled in this course may take National Career
Readiness Certification (NCRC) assessments at no cost
to them. The ACT NCRC is based on ACT WorkKeys
research-based work skills assessments. To earn an ACT
NCRC, an examinee must successfully complete three
ACT WorkKeys assessments: Applied Mathematics,
Locating Information, and Reading for Information. These
assessments measure a range of essential work skills,
including the ability to:
Perform basic mathematic operations relevant to the
workplace
Read and understand documents commonly found
in the workplace
Find information presented in common workplace
graphics
Set up and solve complex work-related math problems
Determine the relevance of written information to
work-related tasks
Apply information derived from graphics to work-related problems
Students taking this course will earn as many as three
certifications to market themselves for employment, said
WCOMC Director Doug Durliat. Students who achieve
the WCOMCs Basic Certification will also receive information on other events that enhance their chances of

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employment such as local job fairs and mock interview days.


The Basic Manufacturing Pathway class offers hands-on
training in integrated systems troubleshooting, quality, continuous improvement, basic math and measurement and safety.
The course covers workplace or soft skills in areas such
as communication and teamwork. The course also includes
resume writing and financial aid application for students pursuing additional training.
Interested persons may register by calling the WCOMC at
419-995-8353 by July 7.

Real Estate Transfers

Allen County
Delphos
Fifth Street Ramblers LLC
to Andrew L. Fleming II, 915
E. Fifth St., Delphos, $57,900.
Urban C. Fuerst, Duane L.
Fuerst Attorney In Fact to Gary
R. Wolke Co Trustee and Teresa
M. Wolke Co Trustee of the
Gary R. Wolke and Teresa M.
Wolke Irrevocable Trust, 1480
Marsh Ave., Delphos, $130,000.
Dustin J. Gable to Mark
Reynolds
and
Tammy
Reynolds, 447 S. Pierce St.,
Delphos, $58,000.
Michelle R. Nagel Successor
Trustee of the Arnette Living
Trust to Stephanie K. Clemons,
725 N. Franklin St., Delphos,
$76,000.
Amanda Township
Norman R. Thomas to
Jefferson Development LLC,
8655 Allentown Road, Lima,
$160,000.transfers
Marion Township
Susan D. Casemier and
David L. Casemier to Blissful
Buckeyes LLC, 9374 Bliss
Road, Lima, $176, 500.
Carol S. Jones and John T.
Jones to Our Four Sugar Cookes
LLC, 7599 Leatherwood Road,
Lima, $161,000.
Rodney
Klinger
and
Tasha Klinger FKA Tasha
Muhlenkamp to John David
Douglas and Allison Marie
Douglas, 6223 Kiggins Road,
Delphos, $318,500.
Gary R. Wolke Co-Trustee
and Teresa M. Wolke Co-Trustee
of the Gary R. Wolke and
Teresa M. Wolke Irrevocable
Trust to Gary L. Brandeberry
and Lauretta A. Moon, 411
Elida Road, Delphos, $121,000.
Spencer Township
Donald J. Baker and
Margaret L. Baker to Darrell
J. Braun, 141 W. North St.,
Spencerville, $54,000.
Eric J. Kill and Andrea L.
Kill to Dustin Gable, 14891
Allentown Road, Spencerville,
$128,500.
Spencerville
Edward D. Ball and
Patricia A. Ball to Kevin Carl
Stager, 109 N. Mulberry St.,
Spencerville, $77,500.
Anncilla Dolan, Anncilla L.
Dolan and Edward G. Dolan to
Cheri R. Sites, 612 E. Fourth
St., Spencerville, $34,500.
Putnam County
Dupont Church of God Inc.
Lot 168, Dupont, to Richard L.
Snively and Jenni Snively.
Randall W. Fortman and Tina
M. Fortman, Lot 310, Glandorf,
to Randall W. Fortman and Tina
M. Fortman.
Rita M. Maas, 1.287 acres
and 1.0 acre, Greensburg
Township, to Deborah M.
Carder TR, Dennis G. Maas TR
and RMM Irrevocable Trust.
Green
Cuisine
LLC,
.230 acre, Union Township,
to Harold D. Barfell LE and
Kathryn J. Barfell LE.
Catherine E. Thomas LE,
.997 acre and 5.001 acres, Sugar
Creek Township, to Dennis L.
Lewis.
Mary L. Geckle and Victor
Geckle, Lot 37, Continental, to
Michael Geckle.
Lester J. Wollam TR and
Kathryn D. Wollam TR, 6.178
acres, Perry Township, to
Melissa A. Schwarzman.
Gerilyn A. Johnston fka
Gerilyn A. Eickholt, .83 acre,
Ottawa Township, to Gregory
P. Johnston.
Roger L. Selhorst and Karen
J. Selhorst, Lots 30 and 31,
Leipsic, to Uptown Property
Group Ltd.
Carol A. Chamberlin LE and
Paul W. Chamberlin, Lot 969
Leipsic and Lot 3, West Leipsic,

to Paul W. Chamberlin.
Paul W. Chamberlin LE and
Carol A. Chamberlin, Lot 969
Leipsic and Lot 3, West Leipsic,
to Whose in the Dog House
LLC.
Mark A. Myers and Sherry
Myers, Lots 6 and 7. Columbus
Grove, to Ryan Gerding and
Sarah Gerding.
Wood Valley Farms Limited
Liability Company, parcel
Van Buren Township to Port
Authority of Northwestern
Ohio.
Barbara S. Thornton
fka Barbara S. Bogart, Lot
153, Columbus Grove, to
Putnam County Community
Improvement Corporation.
Putnam County Community
Improvement Corporation,
Lot 153, Columbus Grove, to
Village of Columbus Grove.
Village of C0lumbus Grove,
Lot 152, Columbus Grove, to
Putnam County Community
Improvement Corporation.
Putnam County Community
Improvement Corporation,
Lot 152, Columbus Grove,
to Barbara S. Thornton fka
Barbara S. Bogart and Richard
D. Thornton.
Joyce Ann Juarez, Lot 1,
Fort Jennings, to Wells Fargo
Bank.
Gary P. Winkle, Lot 600,
Leipsic, to JP Morgan Chase
Bank.
Julia M. Siefker, 1.689 acres,
Ottawa Township, to Anthony
K. Hermiller and Amanda L.
Hermiller.
Duke J. Ketzenbarger,
.48 acre, Pandora, to Rex L.
Ketzenbarger TR and Duke
Ketzenbarger TR.
Neil F. Stechschulte and
Elizabeth Stechschulte aka
Faith E. Stechschulte, Lot 671,
Columbus Grove, to Terry L.
Strahm and Linda J. Strahm.
Ashley J. Stechschulte
and Jennifer M. Stechschulte,
.27 acre and .61 acre, Union
Township, to Lloyd N.
Blubaugh and Barbara Jean
Harshman.
Donald Niese Family LLC,
.86 acre and 1.71 acres, Van
Buren Township, to Ronald L.
Niese.
William F. Goecke and
Joyce T. Goecke, Lots 114, 115
and 116, Glandorf, to Goecke
LLC.
Edna M. Utendorf, 18.95
acres and 46.38 acres, Blanchard
Township, to Bernard R.
Utendorf and Brenda K.
Utendorf.
Denny A. Dotson, 10.0
acres, 24.99 acres and 5.010
acres, Perry Township, to Shari
Dotson fka Shari L. Myrick.
Kathy A. Hermiller and
T. Joseph Hermiller, parcel,
Ottawa, to TJKH Properties
LLC.
Andrew J. Macke, dec.,
Lot 775, Ottawa, to Andrea M.
Wilson, Janis M. Gatanis, Frank
J. Macke, William J. Macke,
Guy J. Macke and Margaret A.
Krozier.
Patricia A. Eickholt, 1.605
acres, Palmer Township,
to Michael W. McInally and
Patricia A. McInally.
Unverferth Buildings Inc.,
Lot 206, Ottawa, to Jeffrey T.
Heringhaus.
Nathan J. Christman and
Christine S. Christman, Lot
423, Leipsic, to Justin Leroy
Barnhart and Melissa Kay
Barnhart.
Daniel A. Harshman, dec.,
Lot 9, Vaughnsville, to Barbara
J. Harshman.
Jeffrey A. Ducey TR, Kelly
D. Ducey TR and Elizabeth A
Ducey, Lot 3, Ottawa, to Kerry
G. Ducey.
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Time flies period!


Jim Metcalfe
Can you believe
that we are already
approaching
the
unofficial mid-point
of the summer the
July 4th weekend?
Christmas in July
sales and commercials are about to hit
us ugghhh!
I often kid my colleagues up here that Christmas for real is
only 11 months away 10 months 9 months away and
it seems to come faster.
Do you know what all of this means?
Yes sir, National Football League camps are soon to be open
for the 2016-17 season.
Baseball season as far as high school ACME, Pony
League, City League, Minor League and all of its other incarnations is wrapping up rapidly.
I get that at least part of the month of July is when most
kids can be a kid for at least a spell.
Thats a good thing that they can recharge, step back and
assess the situation.
Hopefully, it makes them realize what they are in sports for.
For the most part, its not for the glory, its not for trying to
get college scholarships or those issues but its for competing
alongside your friends and even against them, learning the
value of teamwork and simple camaraderie.
Its what used to make players finish out their careers as
seniors even if they werent the star player or even played a
lot because it was all about the team and being in the field
of battle with your friends and teammates.
I see that, yes, sometimes we get Division I athletes that
come out of our local schools but definitely not many.
The vast majority wont go Division II, Division III or even
play at the collegiate level.

Metcalfes
Musings

See MUSINGS, page 7

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Sports

Grove repels Wildcats in ACME


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

DELPHOS Both pitching staffs Jefferson and


Columbus Grove had trouble throwing strikes Tuesday
night.
Five combined hurlers
handed out 16 bases-on-balls,
with the host Wildcats issuing nine.
Still, the Bulldogs, after
going up by six in the upper
half of the seventh, had to
hang on for a 10-8 ACME
Summer Baseball triumph at
Wildcat Field.
Grove took the lead for
good with a 5 spot in the
upper fourth. Matt Jones led
off against Wildcat starter
Brett Mahlie by being hit
by a pitch and, an out later,
Dylan Mason singled to left.
Owen Fuerst walked to load
the bases. Emilio DeLarosas
grounder was misplayed for
an error, scoring Jones and
keeping the bases pumped.
Reid Stechschulte worked a
free pass (1 of his 4) to plate
Mason for a 4-2 edge and
bring Daniel Lehmkuhle to
the mound. A wild pitch plated Fuerst and, an out later,
Jake Otto got aboard on the
throwing error on his ground-

er, scoring DeLarosa and


Stechschulte for 7-2 edge.
The Wildcats retaliated
with a pair in the home half
against starter Stechschulte.
With one down, Dre Reed
doubled to right center, took
third on a wild pitch and
scored on Lehmkuhles big
hop single to right. In turn,
the latter burgled second
and after Hunter Haehn
walked took third on a
Caleb Lucas forceout and
scored on a throwing error on
the play for a 7-4 deficit.
Grove threatened again in
the fifth. Jones hit a hard one
off the pitcher for an infield
hit, took second on a wild
pitch and after Mason was
hit by a 1-out pitch third
on a wild pitch but went no
Jeffersons Daniel Lehmkuhle fouls back a pitch during
farther.
Shurelds got to second in ACME action Tuesday versus Columbus Grove at Wildcat
the home half on a 2-out slap Field in Delphos. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
to left center and an error on
and Ramirez retired the final keeping the bases juiced.
the play.
DeLarosa grounded out to
Stechschulte walked to out.
The
visitors
out
up
a
big
score Ramirez, Stechschulte
lead off the Bulldog sixth
3
spot
in
the
upper
seventh.
walked to load them up and
but was picked off base by
Lehmkuhle and tagged out Adam Birkemeier walked and a wild pitch got Mason home
pinch-runner Tate Birnesser for a 10-4 edge.
after a brief rundown.
With one out in the home
With one out in the home was singled to second on an
sixth, Lehmkuhle walked, infield hit to short by Ben seventh, Mahlie beat out
which brought Ben Ramirez Ramirez. An out later, Mason an infield hit, followed by
to the hill. Haehn lined a hit lined a hit to center to load Jacob Pulfords knock to left.
to left but a Lucas grounder the bases. Pinch-hitter Dane Shurelds got a free pass to
forced Lehmkuhle at third Schroeder was safe on an load the sacks.
See ACME, page 7
error, plating Birnesser and

Lancers drop 2 to Panthers in Paulding Lima Junior Golf

on the base paths.


We talked about it in
between innings and even
on the field, but its something thats kind of out of
the coaches control, Lancer
head ACME coach Nick
Leeth said of Pauldings
aggressive pick offs. We
talked about it and hopefully
we learn from it and get better because of it.
Soon-to-be
freshman
Gavin Carter was on the
bump for the Lancers and
struggled to find a rhythm
early in the contest as he
walked three batters in the
home-half of the first inning.
Jarret Miller scored on a wild
pitch to tie the game at one

before Fletcher Cook tripled


home two more Panther runs;
he then scored on a passed
ball. Despite allowing four
runs in the first, Carter managed to fan the last two in
the inning thus striking out
the side.
I think a lot of it is confidence, Leeth said. We are
trying to just build him up
and keep positive thoughts in
his head. We dont want him
to get real rattled because
we need him the rest of the
game. We want him to trust
in his pitches because if he
throws strikes he is going to
get a lot of guys out.
Lincolnview surged in the
second inning scoring two

runs after a leadoff strikeout as Braxton Fox and Thad


Walker hit back-to-back singles and moved into scoring
position on a Panther balk.
Chayton Overholt then singled home Fox before Walker
stole home during a run
down.
From then on, it was a
pitchers dual as both offenses went relatively quiet. A
walk or hit here or there was
all that either team could rack
up in the final three frames
and the Panthers went on to
win game two 4-3.
In game one, the lone
bright spot for the Lancers
was Overholt who came in
to pitch in the second inning
and pitched the remainder of
the game, allowing no runs.
He was very good for us
on the mound today, Leeth
said. He didnt up a run in
the innings that he pitched
today and he was a real leader for us. Not only was he
a leader on the field for us
today, but he was our leader
in the dugout keeping guys
energized and getting them
ready to go again.
Paulding committed a
whopping six errors in the
five innings of game two on
Monday, three times more
than the amount of hits they
accumulated.
The Panthers (10-6) will
next play on Thursday in
the ACME tournament at
Defiance College against the
Defiance Bulldogs.
See LANCERS, page 7

Saturday with 82 high school


football players, providing
to them a rare opportunity
to work with coaches and
players from nearly a dozen
colleges and universities,
as well as a pair of professional strength coaches, who
accompanied Lichtensteiger
from the Redskins to offer
their instruction to the youngsters.
The camp has grown substantially since it first began.
This is the fourth year in
this format. Before that, we
did a version of it that was
just for Crestview kids, and
it was me and Briggs Orsbon
and a couple other kind-heart-

ed souls who wanted to help


out, Lichtensteiger said.
Now, what I do is I go out
and get as many colleges as
I can to bring in a coach or
two, just to help out and run
some position drills.
Coaches from Toledo,
Bowling Green, Ball State,
Heidelberg, Ohio Northern,
Bluffton,
St.
Francis,
Defiance, Ohio Wesleyan,
Anderson and Trine were
involved, with many of
those schools sending multiple coaches to the camp.
The players in camp had the
opportunity to work directly
with current college players
and coaches, getting expo-

sure that isnt typically easy


to come by, at least without
going to much larger camps.
You would have had to
go a ways, Lichtensteiger
said of the opportunities
to work with this kind of
group when he was playing
at Crestview.
I went Ohio State camp,
I went to Michigan camp, I
went to a Kent State camp,
I went to Akron, I went to
Purdue; I was going all over
the place, Lichtensteiger
said. What I want to do with
this camp is really take the
pressure off where you dont
have to travel as far. You can
get the same instruction, and

Lincolnviews Braden Evans hits a pitch during the third inning of game two Mondays
double-header at Paulding High School. The Lancers fell to the Panthers 7-1 in game one
and 4-3 in game two. (DHI Media/Daniel Joseph)
By Daniel Joseph
DHI Media Staff Writer
djoseph@timesbulletin.com
PAULDING

The
Lincolnview Lancers travelled to Paulding to take
on the Panthers in a double-header on Monday night.
Paulding took game one 7-1
and game two 4-3 to sweep
the day.
The Lancers took a quick
1-0 lead in the top of the first
inning of game two when
Creed Jesse singled up the
middle plating Jaden Youtsey
from second base. Not much
else would go right for them
in the inning as all three outs
in the inning were recorded

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BOYS 12-13
1 Harmon, Carson 4 5 4 5 5 3
3 4 6 39 39
2 Hall, Britton 5 4 6 4 5 4 4 6
5 43 43/Otto, Ross 5 5 4 3 6 5 4
5 6 43 43 (Hall defeats
Otto in a 1 hole playoff
for 2nd)
3 Cobb, Bryce 6 4 5
4 6 4 3 5 7 44 44
4 Wisser, Alex 6 5 5
5 6 6 3 6 4 46 46
5 Smith, Solomon
7 4 5 4 7 6 4 3 7 47 47
6 Klausing, Ryan 6
5 5 6 6 7 5 5 6 51 51/
Wilsey, Clay 7 6 5 6 5
7 5 5 5 51 51
7 Collins, Cameron
7 5 5 5 6 6 5 6 8 53 53
8 Gerker, Jack 8 5 5
7 8 4 5 5 7 54 54
9 Siebeneck, Justin 6 7 6 6 9
4 5 7 9 59 59
10 McCoy, Braden 8 7 5 5 6
10 5 6 8 60 60
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3 3 6 39 4 5 5 4 6 6 4 4 6 44 83
2 Nartker, Christian 4 6 4 5 4
7 4 4 5 43 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 6 5 45 88
3 Gerker, Adam 4 5 4 4 4 8
3 4 5 41 7 5 5 7 6 4 4 4 7 49 90
4 Harmon, Ethan 4 6 6 3 5 5
3 7 7 46 5 5 6 4 6 6 4 4 5 45 91
5 Fischio, Nick 6 7 4 5 6 4 4 4
5 45 4 6 5 4 6 5 4 5 8 47 92
6 Ruble, Braydon 5 6 7 5 7 7
4 4 7 52 5 5 6 4 7 5 5 8 6 51 103
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4 4 4 6 39 4 4 4 3 4 4 3 4 5 35 74
2 Stubbs, Spencer 5 4 4 3 4 5
2 5 5 37 4 5 6 3 6 3 2 4 5 38 75/
Dray, Logan 5 5 4 3 5 4 3 3 5 37
4 4 4 4 5 5 3 4 5 38 75 (Stubbs
defeats Dray in a 1 hole playoff
for 2nd)
3 Mckee, Anthony 4 5 5 3 5 4
4 4 5 39 5 5 4 4 4 6 3 4 4 39 78
4 Miller, Logan 4 6 4 3 5 4 3 4
5 38 4 4 4 5 6 3 4 4 7 41 79
5 Reed, Sam 5 7 5 3 7 4 3 4 6

44 4 4 3 4 4 5 3 4 6 37 81
6 McKinley, Keaton 5 5 5 3 4
5 3 4 6 40 4 6 4 3 5 6 3 5 6 42 82
7 Sweede, Tanner 4 6 4 4 4 4
4 4 5 39 5 5 5 5 6 6 3 4 5 44 83
8 Knueve, Jeffrey 4 5 5 3 4 5
4 4 6 40 4 5 5 7 5 3 6 4 6 45 85
9 Naumann, Kyle 3 5 5 4 5 6
3 5 6 42 4 4 6 4 6 6 3 5 6 44 86
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See LJGA, page 7

Lichtensteiger football camp provides rare chance for area youth gridders
BY JOHN PARENT
DHI Media Regional Sports
Editor
jparent@timesbulletin.com

CONVOY Washington
Redskins
center
Kory
Lichtensteiger not only has
never forgotten where he
came from, he has spent
much of his career trying
to provide opportunities for
young football players from
in and around the Van Wert
County area.
Hosting his annual Kory
Lichtensteiger Football Camp
at Crestview high school,
his alma mater, the eightyear pro spent a sun-soaked

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colleges.
The camp provided the
kids not only with exposure
that could potentially lead to
opportunities to play at the
next level, but with a chance
to work coaches from the
professional ranks - getting
instruction that isnt often
available to area high school
players.
I think the coolest aspect
of camp, other than the college coaches that are here,
is that my strength coaches
from the Redskins come in,
Lichtensteiger said. Chad
Englehart has always been
here, and the new guy this
year is Jake Sankel, who is
our assistant strength coach/
nutritionist. They work the
kids out, they get them timed,
they teach them the fundamentals and techniques on
how to increase their speed,
improve their times. Jake will
talk to them a little bit about
nutrition; how keeping the
right fuel in your body is
going to make you a better
athlete.

Though most of the campers are from the areas immediately surrounding Van Wert
County, the camp saw players from Findlay, from parts
of Indiana and from further
distances. One camper came
from Tennessee to attend
while another came from
Colorado.
Though his NFL career
keeps Lichtensteiger busy, he
makes sure to follow his alma
mater through social media.
The Crestview football program, which resumed play
in 1999, has been to the state
playoffs four times, including each of the last three
years under head coach Jared
Owens.
Im very excited for the
football program. When I
was in high school it had
just started, and it had folded
before, so I think everybody
was worried that something
like that could happen again,
Lichtensteiger said. It looks
like it is headed in the right
direction.
See CAMP, page 7

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DBCs Indian Lake Tourney


Panthers overcome
Jays in ACME baseball
ROCKFORD The
Parkway Panthers faced off
against the Delphos St. Johns
Blue Jays on Tuesday night
as both teams were preparing
for the ACME summer tournament later this week. The
Panthers won a wild game
with a 5-4 walk-off victory.
The Blue Jays were the
first to strike as Eric Vogt led
off the top of the second with
a solo homer to left field to
give St. Johns an early 1-0
lead.
Parkway took the lead in
the bottom of the fifth as Shay
Pond reached on an error by
the Blue Jays. Justin Barna
would double home Pond to
tie the game at 1-1. With
two outs in the frame, Alec
Schoenleben walked, which
allowed Tristen McKee to
single and plate Barna to give
Parkway a 2-1 lead.
St. Johns got a huge twoout rally going in the top of
the sixth as Aaron Reindel
reached on a fielders choice
and Troy Schwinnen singled to put two runners on.

Musings

The three-hole batter and


left fielder Buddy Jackson
launched a three-run home
run to give the Blue Jays a
4-2 lead.
I thought it was a wellplayed game tonight; we had
some good pitching some
good at bats. Parkway is a
very well-coached team so
it was fun to battle with
them. Hopefully we can carry
this on to the tournament,
said Blue Jays coach Jim
Warnecke.
In the bottom of the sixth,
Trace Walls doubled to lopen
the inning, and Carson Ford
would single to plate Walls to
cut the Blue Jays lead to 4-3.
Cole Schoenleben would hit
a soft ground ball with two
outs and, after the Blue Jays
couldnt get a good handle
on the ball, Parkway tied the
game at 4-4.
In the bottom of the
seventh inning, McKee
and Clayton Agler would
both reached base, and the
Panthers had runners on third
and second with no outs.
Carson Ford would step to
the dish with one out and
launch a ball to deep center
field to bring home the game

(Continued from page 6)


Though an individual athlete might indeed
being working for that possibility, most simply play for the love of the game.
Yes, it can be tough because you are working just as hard (relatively writing) as those
that are striving and working and slaving
away for the chance to go somewhere but I
think most athletes understand what that person really is doing and appreciate it.
Perhaps, they might even be thinking if
only and fill in the blank.
Most realize that there is a commitment

Camp

(Continued from page 6)


Crestviews gridiron success is just one part of a
rich athletic tradition the
small school has enjoyed, a
testament to the community,
Lichtensteiger said.
I think everybody is
invested in it; people that are
here are from here, most of
them. When you have programs that are winning, it
builds a culture, and you
see that in the NFL as well,
where you just continue to
be good year after year,
Lichtensteiger said. When
kids start watching a program, and you see them have
success, it makes you want to
emulate that and be a part of
that someday. Success breeds
success and thats what is
happening at Crestview.
Owens is entering his
sixth season as the Knights
head coach.

Lancers

(Continued from page 6)

I think that when we put


our best defensive lineup out
there we can make the plays,
but Im confident that they
will, Paulding Assistant
ACME coach Quentin Vance
said. Defiance is one of the
best teams in the state and so
we have to play error-free in
order to have a chance.
Lincolnview (1-15-1) will
play again on Wednesday at
Kalida.
I thought our second
game today was one of the
most complete games weve
played all season, Leeth
said. We hit the ball fairly
well and besides from one
inning we pitched pretty well
and played good defense.
Overall, Im pleased with the
way we played today.
Game One:
Lincolnview (1) AB-R-H
Overholt 3-1-1, Carter 2-0-0,
Youtsey 2-0-0, Walker 2-0-0, Fox
3-0-0, Evans 2-0-0, Parsons 0-0-0,
Lee 2-0-0, Myers 3-0-0, Hoehn 3-00; Totals 22-1-1-0
Paulding (7) AB-R-H
J. Miller 4-1-2, Martinez 4-1-0,
Sohonns 3-1-2, Doster 3-1-1, Heller
3-0-1, McGarvey 3-1-2, M. Miller
3-1-2, Edwards 3-0-0, Mourey 3-1-1;

winning run.
I was very happy with our
pitching performance tonight,
I thought the ball that was hit
off of Trace was just a wellhit baseball and Cole came in
and did a good job in relief
- just that home run kind of
hurt. It was like a tournament
atmosphere as we had to
move around some pitchers
and that is how tournament
is going to be, said Parkway
coach Brian Schoenleben.

***
Delphos St Johns
A Reindel 2b ss 3-1-0-0,
Schwinnen c 3-1-1-0, Jackson lf 3-11-3, Vogt ss 1b 3-1-1-1, Warnecke 3b
2-0-1-0, Carter 0-0-0-0, Youngpeter
1b p 2-0-0-0, L Reindel 1-0-0-0,
Elwer p cf 0-0-0-0, Koverman rf c
3-0-0-0, Miller cf p 1-0-0-0, Skym
p rf 1-0-0-0, Sander dh 1-0-0-0 Total
23-4-4-4
Parkway
A Schoenleben cf 3-0-0-0,
McKee 2b 3-1-1-1, Agler ss 3-0-2-0,
Walls p lf 3-1-1-0, Ford 3b 3-1-1-2,
Pond c 3-1-0-0, Barna rf 1b 3-11-1, Lautzenheiser 1b 2-0-0-0, C
Schoenleben p 0-0-0-0, Stephenson
lf rf 2-0-0-0 Total 25-5-6-4
Delphos St Johns 010 003 0 - 4 4
Parkway 000 022 1 - 5 6
WP: Cole Schoenleben (2 innings
3 runs 2 hits 2 walks strikeout) LP:
Chandler Skym (*One inning 3 runs
2 hits walk hit pitch strikeout
*Pitched to the first batter in the
bottom of the seventh

Totals 29-7-11
LV 000 010 0 1 1 4
P 160 000 - 7 11 0
Game Two:
Lincolnview (3) AB-R-H-RBI
Chayton Overholt ss 3-0-21, Gavin Carter p 3-0-0-0, Jaden
Youtsey 2b 3-1-2-0, Creed Jesse
1b 3-0-1-1, Jacob Hale lf 0-0-0-0,
Braden Evans dh 2-0-0-0, Dylan Lee
cf 3-0-0-0, Braxton Fox rf 1-1-1-0,
Thad Walker c 2-1-1-0, Cody Hoehn
3b 2-0-1-0; Totals 22-3-8-2
Paulding (4) AB-R-H-RBI
Jarret Miller ss 0-1-0-0,
Lupe Martinez c/p 2-0-0-0, Cade
McGarvey 3b 1-1-0-0, Marcus Miller
cf 1-1-0-0, Fletcher Cook 2-1-1-2,
Caleb Ripke eh 2-0-0-0, Weston
Philipot p 2-0-0-0, Evan Edwards
c 0-0-0-0, Carson Shull rf 2-0-00, Kolson Egnor 1b 1-0-1-0, Matt
Schroeder 2b 1-0-0-0; Totals 14-42-2
E J. Miller 3, Egnor, Martinez,
Philipot; LOB LV 5, P 2; 3B
Overholt, Cook; SB Walker,
Youtsey; PB Walker 3
LV 030 00 3 8 0
P 400 0- 5 2 6
Pitching: IP-H-R-ER-BB-K
Lincolnview
Carter (L) 4.0-2-4-4-4-9
Paulding
Philipot (W) 4.0-8-3-3-2-5
Martinez (S) 1.0-0-0-0-0-1
Balk Carter, Philipot; WP
Carter 3, Martinez; Pitches-Strikes
Carter 76-44, Philipot 76-45,
Martinez 18-11

ACME

(Continued from page 6)

from the earliest days to try and reach that


goal and they arent willing to put in that type
of commitment.
Thats OK as long as youre trying your
best in whatever youre doing.
Just like this coming weekend and Holiday;
we will have a July 4th Tournament for
both the Delphos City League and its Minor
League system.
What are they playing for?
Money? Olympic gold?
Simple pride and a trophy.
Cool.
Happy July 4th weekend. Thats an order!

It think it goes hand-inhand; if you dont have continuity, you dont win very
much, Lichtensteiger said.
Traditionally, programs that
struggle have a lot of turnover, and its hard to bring in
a whole new system and start
over and be expected to win
in two or three years. You
dont get a big window to
start producing wins. When
you have a guy like Jared
who played here, bring in
some staff who have played
here - along with a handful of
other guys from some other
places that are very qualified,
(the players) are getting good
instruction and learning how
to win.
Lichtensteigers professional team, the Redskins,
wont officially open training camp for another month,
Lichtensteiger says his team,
fresh off an NFC East division
crown, is looking to build on

The Delphos Bass Club held its Indian Lake Tournament recently. Winners were, from
left, first place Brandon Osting with 5 fish that weighed 10.02 lbs.; he also had 2nd Big
Bass at 2.85 lbs. Second place was Rob Lucas with 5 fish weighing 9.24 lbs. Jeremy
Tenwalde was third with 5 fish weighing 7.19 lbs. Dalton Schmersal got 4th with 4 fish
weighing 7.17 lbs. and also had Big Bass with 3.53 lbs. In the AOY race, Brandon stayed in
the lead with 385 points. Rob Lucas moved into 2nd just 6 points behind with 379 points.
Craig Myers is in 3rd with 372 points. Next tournament is West Harbor on July 9. The
next meeting is 7 p.m. July 3. (DHI Media/Photo Submitted)

last seasons success.


I think weve got the
right guys. Our offense hasnt
changed a lot at all; we have
been able to bring back a lot of
pieces - we were able to sign
(quarterback) Kirk (Cousins)
to his franchise deal for at
least another year until they
get that (a long-term contract)
worked out, Lichtensteiger
said. We were able to sign
Jordan Reed to a big extension, our receivers are all
the same, plus we added a
first-rounder (wide receiver
Josh Doctson). Offensively,
we look really good. We had
some good spring practices.
Youre always hopeful this
time of year, but its nice
when the winning formula
from last year is back again.
The Redskins play their
first preseason game on Aug.
11. Crestviews first preseason scrimmage happens the
next night, Aug. 12, in Celina.

Jordan Boop was plunked to get Mahlie


in for a 10-5 deficit. Reed slapped a single to
left to plate Pulford. Lehmkuhle bounced a
single into left with shortstop Stechschulte
partially screened that got Shurelds and
Jo. Boop in for a 10-8 score, with runners at
second and third, and Otto was summoned to
close. He fanned the first batter he faced and
induced Lucas to bounce out to end it.
DeLarosa walked with one down in the
Grove first and got to third on a passed ball
and Stechschulte groundout.
Jefferson went up 1-0 in the home second
on a leadoff single by Jacob Boop, a steal,
a hit batter (Mahlie) and two steals and a
Pulford fly ball to center.
Grove tied it 1-1 in the upper second. Otto
beat out an infield hit to short and Birkemeier
chopped a hit into left. Both advanced on a
Jones bouncer but Otto was thrown out at
home by shortstop Darius Shurelds on a Wyatt
Sybert grounder. After Birkmeier advanced on
a passed ball and Mason walked, Birkmeier
scored on an error on Fuersts grounder.
Jefferson grabbed its last lead in the home
half on a leadoff walk to Lehmkuhle, a stolen
base, an error on a pickoff try and a 1-out
groundout to short by Lucas.
Grove retied it in the top of the third.
Stechschulte walked to lead it off, stole second on a pickoff try, took third on a wild pitch
and after Kyle Welty worked a free pass
scored on a double steal. However, Welty was
doubled off on a Otto fly ball to right.

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Mahlie led off the Delphos third with a


base-on-balls and advanced on a wild pitch.
An out later, he was caught at third on a
Shurelds grounder there and the latter was
then caught stealing by Birkemeier.
These teams meet up against tonight at
Grove.

COLUMBUS GROVE (10)


Owen Fuerst cf 3-1-0-0, Dane Schroeder ph 1-0-0-0,
Emilio DeLarosa 2b 4-1-0-0, Reid Stechschulte p/ss 1-20-1, Kyle Welty lf 2-0-0-0, Kirt Griffith ph/lf 2-0-0-0,
Jake Otto 3b 4-0-1-0, Adam Birkmeier c 3-1-1-0, Tate
Birnesser pr 0-1-0-0, Matt Jones ss 2-1-1-0, Ben Ramirez
p/3b 1-1-1-0, Wyatt Sybert 1b 3-0-0-0, Nick Woods ph
1-0-0-0, Dylan Mason rf 2-2-2-0, Tom Otto rf 0-0-0-0.
Totals 29-10-6-4.
JEFFERSON (8)
Jacob Boop cf 4-1-1-0, Brett Mahlie p/3b/ss 2-1-1-1,
Jacob Pulford 1b 3-1-1-1, Darius Shurelds ss/3b 3-1-11, Jordan Boop lf 3-1-0-1, Dre Reed c 4-1-2-0, Daniel
Lehmkuhle 3b/p 2-2-2-3, Hunter Haehn 2b 3-0-1-0,
Caleb Lucas rf 3-0-0-1, David Grant eh 2-0-1-0. Totals
28-8-10-6.
Score by Innings:
Col. Grove 0 1 1 5 0 3 - 10 6 3
Jefferson 1 1 0 2 0 0 4 - 8 10 4
E: Mahlie 2, Fuerst, DeLarosa, Stechschulte,
Shurelds, Haehn; DP: Jefferson 1; LOB: Columbus Grove
9, Jefferson 10; 2B: Reed; SB: Stechschulte 2, Ja. Boop 2,
Lehmkuhle 2, Welty, Mahlie, Shurelds; CS: Shurelds (by
Birkemeier); POB: Stechschulte (by Lehmkuhle); Sac: .
IP H R ER BB SO
COLUMBUS GROVE
Stechshculte (W) 5.1 5 4 3 6 6
Ramirez 1.0 4 4 4 1 2
J. Otto (S) 0.2 0 0 0 0 1
JEFFERSON
Mahlie (L) 3.1 3 7 2 6 1
Lehmkuhle 3.2 3 3 0 3 2
WP: Lehmkuhle 3, Stechschulte 2, Mahlie. PB:
Reed 2. HBP: Mahlie (by Stechchulte), Jo. Boop (by
Ramirez), Jones (by Mahlie), Mason (by Lehmkuhle);
BB: Stechschulte 4, Shurelds 2, Lehmkuhle 2, Fuerst,
DeLaRosa, Welty, Birkemeier, Mason, Mahlie, Haehn,
Grant.

1 Mulcahy, Erin 5 5 4 4 5 6
5 5 5 44 44
2 Mulcahy, Meghan 6 4 5 3 7
5 4 5 7 46 46
3 Mulcahy, Mary Kelly 5 6 5
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4 Naumann, Ellen 6 6 5 6 5 8
4 5 8 53 53
5 Burgess, Taylor 10 4 6 2 7
6 8 4 7 54 54
6 Fullom, Jeanna 9 8 8 4 7 7
6 6 10 65 65
7 Smith, Riley 11 9 5 7 7 5 6
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2 Harriman, Madison 5 7 7
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3 Owens, Erin 6 6 6 4 4 5 4 5
7 47 8 5 5 3 5 5 4 4 8 47 94
4 Spainhower, Megan 6 9 5
5 6 5 4 5 5 50 6 7 4 3 5 5 5 4
6 45 95

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St. Johns High School scholarship winners

Rachel Pohlman

Madison Fulk

Jesse Ditto

Evan Mohler

Justin Moenter

Derek Anthony

The Coach Spider


Rode Scholarship

First Federal Bank


Scholarship
Delphos VFW Scholarship

Nathan Miller Memorial


Scholarship
Delphos VFW Scholarship

Rene Schimmoller
Scholarship
Nathan Miller Memorial
Scholarship

Alfred & Myrtle


Seffernick Scholarship

Mallory Foundation
Scholarship

Brittany Schrader

Tyler Ledyard

Owen Baldauf

Maddie Buettner

Anna Mueller

Alfred & Myrtle


Seffernick Scholarship
Delphos VFW Scholarship

Gip Pohlman Alumni


Basketball Scholarship
St. Johns Athletic
Boosters Scholarship

Alfred & Myrtle


Seffernick Scholarship
Delphos St. Johns
Outstanding Citizen Award

Delphos VFW Scholarship


Linus and Leona Berelsman
Family Scholarship

Delphos Optimist Scholarship


St. Johns Faculty/Staff
Jean Day Scholarship
Edward Schaefer Scholarship

Mark Youngpeter
Memorial Scholarship
Class of 2015 Scholarship
United Producers
Inc. Scholarship

Lanna Klausing

Connor Britt

Shannon Bockey

Sydney Fischbach

Alexandra Hays

Madeline Pohlman

Adam Newland Scholarship


Delphos VFW Scholarship
St. Johns Faculty/Staff
Jean Day Scholarship
Linus and Leona Berelsman
Family Scholarship
Father Herr Scholarship

Harter & Schier Funeral


Home Scholarship
Delphos Soccer
Assoc. Scholarship
Vondersmbse/Beck
Scholarship

First Federal Bank


Scholarship
Alfred & Myrtle
Seffernick Scholarship
Allen County Leadership
Scholarship
CL of C Scholarship
Delphos Rotary Scholarship
Linus and Leona Berelsman
Family Scholarship

Rene Schimmoller
Scholarship
Chris Kemper Memorial
Scholarship
Alfred & Myrtle
Seffernick Scholarship
Delphos VFW Scholarship
Schrader Realty Scholarship
St. Johns Athletic
Boosters Scholarship

Kevin Spanky Kemper


Memorial Scholarship
Charlotte Stober Scholarship
Gip Pohlman Alumni
Basketball Scholarship
Alfred & Myrtle
Seffernick Scholarship
Delphos VFW Scholarship
Mr. John Gunder Scholarship

Kevin Spank Kemper


Memorial Scholarship
Alfred & Myrtle
Seffernick Scholarship
Linus and Leona Berelsman
Family Scholarship

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Logan Heiing, son of Larry and
Deann Heiing of Delphos, recently graduated from the College of
Business Administration, receiving
the bachelor of science in business
administration in management.
Heiing is a graduate of St.
Johns High School.
Courtney Horstman, daughter
of Nicholas and Jane Horstman

of Delphos, recently graduated from the College of Business


Administration, receiving a Master
of Prof Practice Acct in forensic
accounting and audit serv.
Horstman is a graduate of St.
Johns High School.
Samantha Miller, daughter of David and Brenda Miller
of Delphos, recently graduated from the College of Business
Administration, receiving the
bachelor of science in business
administration in accounting.
Miller is a graduate of St. Johns

High School.
Kaia Waldick of Ada recently graduated from the Pettit
College of Law at Ohio Northern
University.
She received the Juris Doctor
in law.
Ashley Hoehn, daughter of
Arthur and Kathleen Hoehn of
Cloverdale, recently graduated
from the College of Pharmacy,
receiving the Doctorate in
Pharmacy.
Hoehn is a graduate of Ottoville
High School.

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Next Generation
Jefferson High School scholarship winners

Nathan Aldrich

Rachel Carl

Shyanne Caudill

Riley Claypool

Ohio Buckeye Boys


State Scholarship

BGSU Freshman
Academic Scholarship

Rhodes State College


Credit Plus Scholarship

Delphos FFA Boosters


Scholarship

Bluffton University
Trustees Scholarship

BGSU Freshman
Academic Scholarship

Mackenzie Harvey

Dalton Hicks

Elijah Kimmett

Cheyanne Klaus

Bria McClure

Austin Metzger

BGSU Freshman
Academic Scholarship

Kent State University


Athletic Scholarship

Ball State University


Presidential Scholarship

Rhodes State College


Credit Plus Scholarship

UT Trustee Scholarship

Apprenticeship with GROB

Christian Stemen

Sophia Thompson

Joshua Teman

Anastasia Slonaker

Madison Smith

Alex Neubert

Bowling Green State


University Freshman
Academic Scholarship

Delphos FFA Boosters


Scholarship

Rhodes State College


Credit Plus Scholarship

Rhodes State College


Credit Plus Scholarship

Charlotte E. Stober
Memorial Scholarship

BGSU Scholarship
Northwest Ohio Welsch
Society Scholarship

Samantha Klint

Bryce Lindeman

Gage Mercer

Zacaria Scirocco

Cierra Decker

Wright State University


Freshman Scholarship
Hauss-Helms
Competitive Grant

Concordia University
Athletic Scholarship
Concordia University
Academic Scholarship

Darwin Hemenway
Scholarship
Hauss-Helms
Competitive Grant

OSU Lima DREAM


Scholarship
OSU Lima Academic
Scholarship

OSU Dream Scholarship


OSU Workmans
Study Scholarship

Nathan Miller Memorial


Scholarship
Mark Youngpeter
Memorial Scholarship

Claire Thompson

Michael Cline

Dylan Hicks

Halee Heising

Taylor Stroh

Logan Hamilton

OSU Provost Scholarship


Allen County Leadership
Alumni Scholarship
Schrader Realty Scholarship
Stolly Insurance Scholarship
Lima Elks Youth of
the Year Scholarship
Melvin Hoover Scholarship
Berelsman Family
Scholarship
Delphos Rotary Scholarship
Delphos Optimist Scholarship
Kevin Spanky Kemper
Memorial Scholarship

Utah State University


Non-Resident Tuition
Waiver Scholarship
Medical Mutual of
Ohio Scholarship

Kent State University


Trustee Scholarship
U.S. Army Senior
ROTC 3-year Advance
Designee Scholarship

Delphos Jefferson
Alumni Scholarship
Richard G. Swift
Memorial Scholarship
First Federal Bank
Scholarship

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Maribeth
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currently
attends Ohio State UniversityAgricultural Technical Institute,
studying Agricultural Systems
Management.
The future of agriculture
depends on those who are currently considering and pursuing

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all we can to encourage students
who have an interest in agribusiness, farming, veterinary medicine or other agriculture-based
industries to pursue their careers
and this is our way of helping
them do so.
UPI awarded $27,000 in scholarships this year in the seven
states in which it has facilities.
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students currently enrolled in a
college or technical school, studying an agriculture-related field.
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Next Generation

Ottoville High School scholarship winners

Makayla Hoersten

Rudy Wenzlick

Jasmine Jones

Alex Fisher

Madalyn Herman

Jacob Guy Memorial


Scholarship

Ottoville Mutual Telephone


Company Scholarship

UF Presidents Scholarship
UF Institutional Grant

Wagner College
Alumni Scholarship
Wagner College
Deans Scholarship

Hocking College Grant

Jacob Guy Memorial


Scholarship

Alena Horstman

Nicole Kramer

Nathaniel Ricker

Medical Mutual of
Ohio Scholarship
Ottoville Lady Ott
Scholarship
Ottoville Mutual Telephone
Company Scholarship

UF Trustees Scholarship
UF Institutional Grant
Alex & Jennie Miller
Memorial Scholarship

ONU Faculty Scholarship


Harter & Schier Funeral
Home Scholarship
OTEC Communications
Scholarship

Erica Brickner

Elizabeth Burgei

Jennifer Burgei

BGSU University Freshman


Academic Scholarship
BGSU University
Tuition Scholarship
Ottoville Lions Club
Scholarship
Ottoville Mutual Telephone
Company Scholarship

Rhodes Tech Prep


Scholarship
National Wild Turkey
Federation Scholarship
Ottoville Area Community
Club Scholarship
OTEC Communications
Scholarship

Heidelberg Fellows Award


University Grant
Putnam County Retired
Teachers Scholarship
Ottoville Lady Ott
Scholarship
OTEC Communications
Scholarship
Ottoville Staff Scholarship

Austin Agala-Montano

Jefferson

Brooke Gallmeier
BGSU Freshman
Academic Scholarship
Berelsman Family
Scholarship
Roland and Freida
Brenneman Memorial
Scholarship
Kevin Spanky Kemper
Memorial Scholarship

Adam Rode
UC Engineering and
Applied Science
Freshman Scholarship
UC Cincinnatus Scholarship
Agrium Higher Education
Scholarship
Melvin Hoover Scholarship
Delphos Jefferson
Alumni Scholarship
Nathan Miller Memorial
Scholarship
Berelsman Family
Scholarship
Rene Schimmoller
Memorial Scholarship
Toledo Molding and
Die Scholarship

Sophia Wilson
4-H Scholarship
Delphos FFA Boosters
Scholarship
FFA highest GPA Scholarship
Delphos Pride Scholarship
Delphos Postal Museum
Scholarship
Lloyd Smith Scholarship
Raabe Ford Scholarship
Rene Schimmoller
Memorial Scholarship

OTEC Communication Co. scholarship winners


OTEC Communication Company awarded three $500 scholarships to area graduates.
The funds come from unclaimed Capital Credits of unlocated inactive members of the
cooperative. Front row: Director Mike Hilvers; scholarship recipients Jennifer Burgei,
Elizabeth Burgei and Nathaniel Ricker; and Director Larry Beining; and back, Directors
Paul Ruen, Jim Miller and Jim Eickholt. (Submitted photo)

Trey Smith
Bailey Gorman

Air Force Academy


Athletic Scholarship
Eric Schier Science
Scholarship
Lee Himmeger Athletic
Scholarship
Alexa Marlow
Trine University
Tuition Incentive Grant
Trine University
Dean Scholarship
Trine University
Opportunity Award

BGSU Freshman
Academic Scholarship
Berelsman Family
Scholarship
Canal Days Queen
Pageant Scholarship
First Federal Bank
Scholarship

Jessica Pimpas
Adam Newland
Memorial Scholarship
Berelsman Family
Scholarship
Roland and Freida
Brenneman Memorial
Scholarship
Lee Himmeger Athletic
Scholarship
Delphos Soccer/Speck Shots
Photography Scholarship

Kiersten Teman
BGSU Merit Scholarship
Canal Days Queen
Pageant Scholarship
Peony Pageant Scholarship

Asya Hamilton
Tiffin University
Deans Scholarship
Exchange Club A.C.E. Award
Delphos FFA Boosters
Scholarship
Delphos Postal Museum
Scholarship

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Good Vibrations

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Walk Like A Man No. 1 1963
RagDoll No. 1 1964
Lets Hang On No. 3 1965
Dawn No. 3 1964
Working My Way Back To
You No. 9 1966
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My Eyes Adored You
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Who Loves You No. 3 1975
Grease Soundtrack (Frankie Valli Solo) No. 1 1978
Flash forward to 2005 and
the musical The Jersey Boys
opened to tremendous fanfare. The musical
chronicles the music of the band through; you
guessed it, the four seasons of the calendar,
telling the rise to fame story of the original
band members. Anyone that I know that has
been to the show just looks at you with that
you gotta go if you get the chance look.
The Jersey Boys musical will be touring
in Cleveland this September and Dayton in
October. If interested in the movie, you can
rent Jersey Boys (Clint Eastwood directed
film or 2014) that tells the story very well,
and of course you get the great music as kicker. The music of Frankie Valli and The Four
Seasons appeals to a wide range of fans, can
lift your spirit, and will continue to be heard
for a long, long time.
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and Roll Hall of Fame 1990 Original Members: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy Devito, Nick Massi)
Oh, what a night,
Late December back in sixty-three,
What a very special time for
me,
As I remember what a night
December of 1963 (Oh
What A Night) No. 1 Hit 1976
Somewhere circa 1975 or so I
had my first Columbia Records
experience buying a bundle of
8-track tapes. One of my selections, a gotta get this one,
was the Best of the Four Seasons. Countless weeks later my ears thought I had stumbled into some of the best music ever! Yes
me and several million other music listeners.
The Four Seasons maintained as one of
Americas most appealing bands through
most of the 60s. The retro sound of Valli and
the band sputtered entering the 70s.
And then Frankie Vallis solo offering My
Eyes Adored You 1974, and the Four Seasons Who Loves You 1975, had the band
reestablished and running right alongside the
Disco explosion of the mid to late 70s. The
Four Seasons and Frankie Valli always had
me turning the volume dial clockwise, good
stuff.
Perhaps you can recall a few of their songs:
Sherry No. 1 1962

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Class A or B. Excellent
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Applications are
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Tile Company,
8516 Road 137,
Paulding, OH.
Located 4 miles east of
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DRIVER(S) WANTED
Local company is in need of part-time delivery
drivers. All deliveries are to Ohio and surrounding states. Must be able to move skids with a
pallet jack and secure a load properly. No CDL
is required. Driver must submit to pre-employment physical/drug screening and random drug
screening during employment. Must pass MVR
and have clean driving record. Retirees welcome. Please apply to BOX 123, c/o Delphos
Herald, 405 N. Main St., Delphos, Ohio 45833.

D & D TRUCKING
DELPHOS, OHIO

NOW HIRING
LOCAL CLASS A DRIVERS

Van, Bulk Hopper, Pneumatic work available Company will train on equipment.
F/T - No weekend or Holiday work
Assigned Trucks
Yearly potential earnings of $50,000-$70,000
$2000 Sign on Bonus
(1/2 paid after 6 months and remainder paid after 1 year)
F/T Benefits include Health, Dental,
Vision & Life Insurance.
Paid Short/Long term disability
Paid Holiday & Vacation,
401K with company contributions.
Attainable Quarterly Safety Bonuses & Yearly Safety
Performance Review Bonuses.
2 Years experience with good MVR
P/T drivers are welcome to apply
COME DRIVE FOR US AND BE PART OF OUR TEAM.
Apply in person at

5191 North Kill Road - Delphos, Ohio


or Call Steve for more information at
419-692-0062 ext 1034
email info@d-dfeed.com

NOTICE OF EXAMINATION

The Delphos Civil Service Commission will be conducting an open examination for the
position of PATROLMAN for the city of Delphos.
The schedule is as follows:
1. Pre-firearms testing will be conducted July 9, 2016 at 9 AM at the Black Swamp
Rifle and Pistol Club on Pohlman Rd. You must bring your own handgun and
gun belt. Ammunition will be provided.
2. Physical agility test will be July 9, 2016 at Noon at the Delphos Community
Track located at Delphos Jefferson High School. Please bring appropriate
clothing and shoes for physical testing. You must pass both the firearms course
and agility test to be able to sit for the written examination.
The examination will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, July 11, 2016. It will take place at
the Delphos Municipal Building, 608 N. Canal Street, Delphos, Ohio.
A grade of 70% is required to successfully pass the written examination. The
passing scores will also serve as an eligibility list. This eligibility list shall
be valid for a period of one year.

305

APARTMENT/
DUPLEX FOR RENT

585 PRODUCE

DELPHOS

Home
HImprovement
ERALD

2-BDRM.TDUPLEX,
1HE
car garage, 709 Euclid,
$650 rent, no pets. Looking for long-term renter.
Telling The
Tri-Countys
Story Since 1869
Coming
Soon!
Ph. 305-393-1671.

GESSNERS
PRODUCE

Ohio Sweet Corn &


To
place an ad phone
ext. 122
Indiana419-695-0015
Melons
2-3 BR Income-Based
Windows,
Apartments. Students
welcome!
592 Want To877-272-8179
Buy
593 Good Thing To Eat
595 Hay
597 Storage
Buildings
FOR
RENT
2 bedroom

duplex. Laundry hookup


600 SERVICES
and
off-street parking.
605 Auction
$500/mo
419-231-1183.
610 Automotive

615 Business Services


620 Childcare
HOUSE FOR
625
320Construction
630 Entertainment
RENT
635 Farm Services
640 Financial
SEVERAL
MOBILE
645 Hauling
650 Health/Beauty for rent.
Homes/House
655 Home Repair/Remodeling
View
homes online at
660 Home Service
www.ulmshomes.com
or
665 Lawn, Garden, Landscaping

inquire at 419-692-3951

555

GARAGE SALES/
YARD SALES

DOWNSIZING GARAGE sale. Everything


priced to sell! June 30th
& July 1st 9:00 to 5:00
and July 2nd 9:00 to
12:00. 1008 Carolyn
Drive. Lots of baby
clothes for boys and
girls, household items,
bedding, tools and much
more.
LARGE GARAGE Sale
1607 Ft. Jennings Rd.
Thurs, 6/30 & Fri, 7/1
9am-4pm
Name brand clothing.
Women's SM and MED;
Girls, 12-14; Jr. Girls
SM. Boys Jr. SM.
Household items. 26"
Raleigh Premium bike,
kids bikes, Harley bicycle, car ramps, collectibles and lots of misc.

577

MISCELLANEOUS

LAMP REPAIR, table or


floor. Come to our store.
Hohenbrink
TV.
419-695-1229

PETS AND
583
SUPPLIES
FREE: MINI Longhair
Dachshund, spayed female, 5 yrs. old, 15 lbs,
housebroken, all shots.
Rare dog, Blue Merele.
Call 419-204-7768

Now taking bushel orders for

670
Miscellaneous
String
Beans, Beets,
675 Pet Care
Tomatoes
and Corn
680 Snow Removal
Located
685
Travel714 Main St, Van Wert
939 E 5th St, Delphos
690 Computer/Electric/Office
Daily 9am to 5pm
695 Electrical
Sunday 11am-4pm
700 Painting
9557 State Route 66
705 Plumbing
Delphos, Ohio 45833
710 Roofing/Gutters/Siding
419-692-5749
or 504-914-0286
715 Blacktop/Cement
720 Handyman
725 Elder
Care
STORAGE

597

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

GREAT RATES
NEWER FACILITY

AMISH
CONSTRUCTION
CREW

COMMUNITY
SELF-STORAGE
419-692-0032
Across from Arbys

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SOUND

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Security Fence
Pass Code Lighted Lot
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Current Openings include:

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BUILDERS
Specializing in

ROOM ADDITIONS
GARAGES SIDING ROOFING
BACKHOE & DUMP TRUCK
SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATES
FULLY INSURED

POHLMAN
POURED
CONCRETE WALLS

Residential
& Commercial
Agricultural Needs
All Concrete Work

Mark Pohlman

419-339-9084
cell 419-233-9460

Part Time

(16-20 hours/week)

Wanted!!!

Monday-Thursday Schedule!
First and Second Shift Available!
Responsibilities also include:
Operate and maintain multi-spindle bar
automatic screw machine
Perform visual inspection/quality control
check on parts produced insuring all to
specification and order.
Requirements:
High School Diploma/GED
Verifiable work experience a must!
Excellent mechanical aptitude and
knowledge of basic math.
Must be able to read and understand
machine parts blueprints
Work well in team environment, motivated
and self starter!
Hiring for our 3 locations:
Ottoville, OH East Liberty, OH Wabash, IN
For immediate interview-e-mail resume to
lbuzard@gpp-inc.com

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Accuracy is the Measure of Our Success

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Production Team Members


Maintenance Technicians
Controller
T&D Maker
Applicants can apply
200 Sugar Grove Lane, Columbus Grove, OH 45830
or go online at www.midwayproducts.com
PPI offers competitive benefits that include: Health and Prescription
Drug, Free On-site Medical Clinic, Dental, Life Insurance, Paid Holidays,
401K Plan with Company Match, Paid Vacation, Short-Term Disability,
Long-Term Disability, and Attendance Bonus Incentive.
Equal Opportunity Employer

00185519

625 CONSTRUCTION

New Home Construction, Home Remodeling, Pole Barns,


Garages,
Concrete
Floors, Roofing, Reside & Storm Damage,
Window/Door
Replacement, much
more! No job too
small! Free estimates,
call David in Willshire,
Ohio 1-567-644-4429.

665

LAWN, GARDEN,
LANDSCAPING

601 SERVICES

POSITION:
Patrolman for Delphos Police Department
STARTING SALARY:
$19.16 per hour
BENEFITS:
Sick leave, vacation, health insurance
BENEFICIAL QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum age requirement is 21. To be eligible for
this position you must have completed an accredited Ohio Basic Police Officers
Training Program as of the test date and bring with you the night of the examination
proof of the completion of that course. A certificate of graduation or a letter of
completion from your school would be acceptable. The candidate must reside in Allen or
Van Wert County or a county contiguous to Allen or Van Wert.
You may be required to pass a physical examination, psychological examination, a
background check, drug screening and any other examination that would be required by
the City of Delphos Police Department.
Applications and job descriptions can be obtained at the Municipal Building
June 24 through July 8, 2016, during regular business hours or on-line at
www.cityofdelphos.com.
Please bring the application with you the day of the agility test along with a valid Ohio
Drivers license and proof of military service if applicable.

Production Products, Inc. - A Tier I manufacturer of precision metal


stampings supplying the automotive industry - is searching for a
highly motivated candidates to join our Team. Successful applicants
will possess a high level of initiative, excellent communication and
problem-solving skills, the understanding and importance of continuous
improvements, safety, teamwork, and satisfying the customer.

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

830 Boats/Motors/Equipment
835 Campers/Motor Homes
840 Classic Cars
845 Commercial
850 Motorcycles/Mopeds
855 Off-Road Vehicles
860 Recreational Vehicles
865 Rental and Leasing
870 Snowmobiles
875 Storage
880 SUVs
885 Trailers
890 Trucks
895 Vans/Minivans
899 Want To Buy
925 Legal Notices
950 Seasonal
953 Free & Low Priced

BUILDINGS
800 TRANSPORTATION
805 Auto
810 Auto Parts and Accessories
815 Automobile Loans
820 Automobile Shows/Events
825 Aviations

Global Capability Local Quality

Classification

Hohlbeins

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Van Wert
For details call 419-238-4646

L.L.C.

Trimming & Removal


Stump Grinding
24 Hour Service Fully Insured

KEVIN M. MOORE

(419) 235-8051
TEMANS
OUR TREE
SERVICE

Trimming Topping Thinning


Deadwooding
Stump, Shrub & Tree Removal
Since 1973

419-692-7261

Bill Teman 419-302-2981


Ernie Teman 419-230-4890

665

LAWN, GARDEN,
LANDSCAPING

Mueller
Tree
Service

Tree Trimming,
Pruning, Topping
Tree & Brush Removal
419-203-8202

bjpmueller@gmail.com
Fully insured

930 LEGALS
DELPHOS CITY
SCHOOLS
School Bus Bid For
Two (2) 2017,
66-Passenger Transit
School Buses
Bids Due: July 6, 2016
@ 12:00pm
Office of the Treasurer
Delphos City Schools
Board of Education
234 North Jefferson St.,
Delphos, Ohio 45833
Treasurer's Office
419-692-2509
6/22/16, 6/29/16
THE DELPHOS Senior Citizens, Inc. which is
a private nonprofit corporation intends to submit a Proposal for a capital grant under the provision of 49 USC Section
5310 of the Federa l
Transit Act to provide
transportation service for
the elderly and disabled
within Delphos, Spencerville, Ft. Jennings,
and the surrounding rural areas in Allen, Van
Wert, and Putnam
Counties. The grant Proposal will request one (1)
MV-1, a dedicated mobility access vehicle
equipped with a ramp
and two (2) wheelchair
positions and two (2)
ambulatory positions.
It is projected that
one hundred (100) elderly and disabled clients
will use the service 5
days a week for various
activities, including
transportation to medical appointments, meal
site, grocery shopping,
s o c i a l a c t i v i ti e s a nd
work.
The Delphos Senior
Citizens, Inc. invites
comments and proposals from all interested
public, private and paratransit operators, including taxi operators, for the
provision of transportation service to the elderly and disabled within
our service area.
Operators who are interested in offering proposals to provide service should contact Alice
Curth, Executive Director at Delphos Senior Citizens, Inc., 301 E.
Suthoff Street, Delphos,
Ohio 45833, to obtain full
details of the type of
transportation service
that is needed prior to
preparing a proposal.
Comments or proposals must be submitted
within 30 days to the
agency at the above address with a copy to the
Ohio Department of
Transportation, Office of
Transit, 1980 West
Broad Street, Mail Stop
3110, Columbus, Ohio
43223; Attention: Administrator.
6/29/16

Jeremy

Tree Service

Trimming, Topping, Removal & Stump Grinding

Free Stump Removal with Tree Removal

Insurance Workers Compensation

Free estimate and diagnosis


100' bucket truck

Call

567.825.7826 or 567.712.1241

CITY OF DELPHOS
Delphos, Ohio
Water Meter Replacement
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed Bids for the Water Meter Replacement will
be received by the City of Delphos at the Council
Chambers, 608 N. Canal Street, Delphos, OH
45833, until Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 12:00 p.m.
local time, at which time bids received will be publicly opened and read.
In general, the project consists of the removal and
replacement of all residential water meters within
the City of Delphos.
The free electronic Bidding Documents which include specifications may be obtained by contacting
the issuing office of Choice One Engineering at
bnc@choiceoneengineering.com. Hard copies are
available for an additional fee and are non-refundable. For additional information regarding the
project, please visit our website at www.choiceoneengineering.com.
Neither Owner nor Choice One will be responsible
for full or partial sets of bidding documents, including Addenda if any, obtained from sources other
than Choice One.
Bids must be signed and submitted on the separate
bidding forms and sealed in a properly identified envelope.
The bid security shall be furnished in accordance
with Instructions to Bidders.
All contractors and subcontractors involved with the
project will, to the extent practicable, use Ohio
products, materials, services, and labor in the implementation of their project. Additionally, contractor
compliance with the Equal Employment Opportunity
requirements of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter
123, the Governors Executive Order of 1972, and
Governors Executive Order 84-9 shall be required.
DOMESTIC STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS AS
SPECIFIED IN SECTION 153.011 OF THE REVISED CODE APPLY TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES OF SECTION 153.011 OF THE REVISED
CODE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE
OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.
Bidder must comply with the prevailing wage rates
on Public Improvements in Allen County and the
City of Delphos, Ohio as determined by the Ohio
Bureau of Employment Services, Wage and Hour
Division, (614) 644-2239.
No Bidder shall withdraw his Bid within 60 days after
the actual opening thereof.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all
Bids, waive irregularities in any Bid, and to accept
any Bid which is deemed by Owner to be most favorable to the Owner.
City of Delphos
Shane Coleman, Safety/Service Director
6/25/16, 6/29/16 & 7/2/16

13
Wednesday, June 29, 2016

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Taking the family on a road


trip? When kids are in tow,
an extended car ride means
thinking ahead to help avoid
headaches and squabbling
over personal space. A little
planning can go a long way
in making the trip enjoyable
for passengers of all ages.
To minimize backseat frustrations and maximize fun
on the open road, consider
these tips:
Babies and Toddlers: Manage meltdowns by factoring
in nap time when planning
your route. Drive while little ones are sleeping and
take breaks that coincide
with their regular eating
schedule.
The Grade School Set: Let
each child pack their own
road trip survival backpack.

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Horoscopes

TAURUS
Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, professional
issues may be stressful,
but try to maintain a
positive attitude and the
issues will soon be resolved. Rely on a trusted
colleague to help.
GEMINI
May 22/Jun 21
Face tough issues head
on, Gemini. No matter
the obstacle, you are fully capable of overcoming it. If necessary, ask
for some clarification so
you can better focus on
the tasks at hand.
CANCER
Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, take some time
out of your schedule for
a fun day trip or another
spontaneous activity
that enables you to escape the daily grind and
unwind for a little while.
LEO
Jul 23/Aug 23
You may need to lend
some special skills to a
situation this week, Leo.
When someone calls on
you for help, accept the
challenge with dignity
and pride.
VIRGO
Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, make delegation
a priority over the next
several days. Spread the
workload around to lessen some of your burden
and to encourage others
to contribute.
LIBRA
Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, your mind is set
on a new opportunity,
but you do not yet have
the finances to make
it happen. See if you
can find an investor or
another way to fund the

SCORPIO
Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, sometimes you
have to take a challenging route even though
you desire the easier
path. The hard work will
be worth it in the end, as
you will see shortly.
SAGITTARIUS
Nov 23/Dec 21
Helping others is a big
part of who you are,
Sagittarius. Every effort
you put forth will come
back to you in time.
Enjoy all the moments
you have with others.
CAPRICORN
Dec 22/Jan 20
Its difficult to fully
explain just how busy
you are, Capricorn. Start
trimming your to-do
list so you can maintain
your energy and actively
involve those around
you.

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PISCES
Feb 19/Mar 20
Theres only so long
you can put off financial
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qualifying equipment only. All sales must be to homeowners in the United States. Void where prohibited. *The Home
Projects Visa credit card is issued by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank, an Equal Housing Lender. Special terms
for 6 months apply to qualifying purchases charged with approved credit at participating merchants. The special terms
APR will continue to apply until all qualifying purchases are paid in full. The monthly payment for this purchase will be the
amount that will pay for the purchase in full in equal payments during the promotional (special terms) period. The APR
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but not less than $10.00. This information is accurate as of 01/06/2016 and is subject to change. For current information,
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AQUARIUS
Jan 21/Feb 18
Its time to try a few
new things, Aquarius.
Try a hobby or activity
that is out of your comfort zone. You may be
surprised at how much
this new hobby interests
you.

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ARIES
Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, it may not be possible to get away for an
extended vacation just
now, but perhaps a few
days away will offer the
brief respite you need to
get energized.

They can fill it with their favorite car-friendly snacks,


crafting gear and tech gadgets. Make sure items are
fully charged and bring
along extra batteries. Think
about bringing a new book
or snack they havent seen
before to keep things interesting when their interest
begins to wane.
Tweens and Teens: This
age group has a lot of
opinions. To help keep the
peace, give them a say in
some car-related activities.
Let them choose the playlist
for one hour or use an app
to geo-locate a restaurant
for lunch.
At Every Age: Safety
should always be at the
forefront of every road trip.
Keep a first aid kit handy

and have extra bottled water in the trunk. Make sure


every passenger is wearing
a seat belt or is properly secured in his or her car seat
before putting the car in
motion. Infants should ride
rear-facing until at least two
years of age, or until they
have reached the maximum
height and weight limits of
rear-facing car seats, according to The American
Academy of Pediatrics.
Choose a car seat designed
with both safety and comfort in mind, such as the
Graco Extend2Fit 3-in-1
Car Seat, which provides
five inches of extra legroom
and six recline positions. It
can be used in rear-facing
mode up to 50 pounds and
forward facing in a 5-point
harness up to 65 pounds,
and its harness and headrest
are adjustable as your child
grows. Additional car seat
information can be found at
gracobaby.com.
Traveling with children will
always be somewhat stressful, and requires a sense of
humor; but if you involve
them in decisions and think
about ways to keep kids
comfortable longer on the
trip, you will be able to have
greater peace of mind and a
lot more fun while on the
open road.

Andy North

Financial Advisor
1122 Elida Avenue
Delphos, OH 45833
419-695-0660

Corey Norton

Financial Advisor
221 Elida Road
Delphos, OH 45833
419-692-0346

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14 The Herald

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

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Jennings needs to fill fifthgrade teacher opening

Putnam County Fair

BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com

Vanessa Wallenhorst poses with her Grand Champion Market Wether before the
Small Animal Sale at the Putnam County Fair on Thursday.

FORT JENNINGS
The Fort Jennings Board of
Education accepted the resignations of a teacher and
approved new spring coaches
on June 22.
Matt Evans resigned from
his positions as a fifth-grade
teacher, senior advisor and
junior varsity boys basketball
coach. Eric Schwab resigned
from his position as varsity baseball coach and Ryan
Strickler resigned from baseball assistant coach.
This leaves the positions
of varsity baseball coach
and varsity baseball assistant
coach open; the jobs have
been posted in the school.
However, the board approved
Kevin Horstman as the new
varsity track coach and Mike
Knott and Rob Warnecke
as the new assistant track
coaches. Hunter Bosch was
approved as the athletic
events supervisor.
The board approved the
ticket prices for sporting
events. The prices are the
same as last year. All season
passes for students are $45
and $140 for adults. Adult

season passes for Fall are


$50; Winter is $100; boys
varsity and junior varsity season tickets are $55 and girls
varsity and junior varsity season tickets are $55.
The board approved the
one-year contract with St.
Ritas to provide an Athletic
Trainer for $1,000.
Marianne Von Sossan was
also provided a $250 stipend
for providing personal care to
a student.
The board approved the
three-year contracts for both
Classified and Administrative
Staff. The contracts are based
on the three-year contract ratified at the previous meeting
on June 1. It includes a 2.25
percent salary raise the first
year and vision care will be
provided on the insurance.
The board also approved
to opt out of the career-technical education for seventh
and eighth grade for the new
school year to develop a program with Vantage Career
Center for the 2017-18 school
year.
The board commended the
Envirothon Teams for placing
seventh and 12th at the state
competition. They also congratulated the spring sports
teams and athletes for their

great seasons.
The board also approved:
to accept the following donations: $500 from
Musketeer Athletic Boosters
to the Cheer Fund, $750
from the Musketeer Athletic
Boosters to the Athletic
Department for summer
basketball, $200 from Total
Body Chiropractic to boys
basketball camp, $650 to
Musketeer Kicker Kamp,
$334.92 from Chiefs Cash
Register Receipts to elementary activities, $104.53 from
Meijer Community Rewards
to elementary activities,
$33.21 from Target Take
Charge of Education to elementary activities and $18.48
from Target Take Charge of
Education to high school
activities.
the use of the remaining funds from Class of 2016
to be donated to PHAALS
Foundation.
the school insurance
policy remain with SORSA
for 2016-17
to remain with
Northwest Physical Therapy
for one year with the same
rates as last year.
The next meeting has been
moved from July 20 to July
27 at 7:30 p.m.

GIS
(Continued from page 1)

Schnipke Brothers Tire provided a new event for the Putnam County Fair. The
owners were able to arrange and fund a BIGFOOT Stunt Show for the 2016
Putnam County Fair. (Schnipke Photography)

Trivia

Answers to last Saturdays questions:


Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms
of Thought was the first book sold on Amazon.com back in 1995. John Wainwright ordered it
from the company when it were still operating out of Jeff Bezoss garage in Seattle.
In 1864, Louis Pasteur developed a heating method that prevented beer and wine from
going bad. The method, now known as pasteurization, was not applied to milk until 1886.
Todays questions:
What are borborygmi?
What is the only mammal that can fly?
Answers in Saturdays Herald.

Through the GIS, users can download


graphics and satellite images of specific locations ranging from platts to streets, roads and
individual addresses. GIS further permits
municipalities and their employees to specifically locate signage and infrastructure
objects, such as drains, and allows for the
placement of such items on a virtual map.
Bringing up a single screen, Luersman
demonstrated by showing council street and
traffic signs in a two block area in rural
Ottoville.
He further explained that, while the technology has been available since the early
90s, advancements have made it more user
friendly, permitting users access to the system through mobile devices, including smart
phones. Access to the GIS can also allow
users to determine their precise location.
Dependent on your mobile devices
abilities, you can track to within inches,
Luersman said.
Council thanked Luersman for his input
and discussed the use of GIS and GPS technology for the benefit of the village, then
tabled the topic pending their budgetary discussions in mid-July.
In other business, council:

pending the signatures of the villages


mayor and chief of police, provisionally
approved the closing of East Street, between
Second and Third Streets, on Saturday, July
23, from 2 p.m. until 12 a.m., for a family
reunion
approved the appropriation of $1,400 to
support the Ottoville branch of the Putnam
County District Library.
approved three change orders to the
Bendele Storm project totaling $18,187.15.
approved changing the fiscal officers
frequency of pay from monthly to bi-weekly.
approved renewing life insurance policies for all full-time village employees. There
was no increase in premiums.
approved providing a $20 cell phone stipend per pay period for Chad Bryan.
approved transferring $45,000 from the
general fund to the street fund for the repaving of East Canal Street and Daycare Alley.
was informed that construction of Dollar
General is estimated for completion before
the end 2016.
established a special meeting date of
Wednesday, July 12, to review the 2017
budget.
The next regular meeting of the Ottoville
Village Council is scheduled for Monday,
July 25, at 7 p.m. in the village offices.

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Geeze Cats bring Golden Age of Rock to park

The Geeze Cats played to a crowd of 300-plus Sunday evening during the second
offering of the Delphos Rotary Clubs Music in the Park Series. The Delphos Band
Boosters offered concessions. The next concert will begin at 6 p.m. July 10. Relive old
Vegas Frank and Dean and then some with The Rat Pack. Frank and Dean
capture the fun, the jokes and the timeless music of the Rat Pak from Franks Fly
Me To The Moon to Dinos Thats Amore. They also celebrate the music of Bobby
Darin, Joe Cocker, Elvis, The Blue Brothers, Michael Buble, Neil Diamond and more.
Food will be available at 5:30 p.m. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)