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mid 40s.
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Berheides career spans three wars

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BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Retired Sgt. Major James Jim Berheide,
89, enjoys traveling and spending time with his grandchildren. While he and his wife, Bonnie, have slowed down
a little, the couple still hits the road and they ended up in
Delphos this summer while attending a reunion in Lima.
Berheide, a Jackson Township, Putnam County, native,
started his military career on Sept. 14, 1944. He got mixed
reactions from his parents.
My mother didnt want me to go and my dad told me I
needed to go in the Navy so I could have a clean bed every
night, Berheide said.
What sealed the deal was a talk he had with his friend,
Paul Siebeneck.
Paul was in the Marine Corps and after I talked to him,
it was confirmed that I was joining, Berheide recalled.
Kids in 1944 didnt get away from home much to see the
world and that was the way to do it. Everyone wanted in on
the action in World War II.
He was called to active duty on Dec. 27, 1944. Berheide
reported to Cleveland and then was sent to Parris Island,
North Carolina, for boot camp and then to Camp Lejeune
for advance military combat training.
I was shipped out of Norfolk, Virginia, to the Panama
Canal in early 1945 and joined the 3rd Marine Division,
Berheide said.
On Aug. 6, 1945, during World War II, an American
B-29 bomber dropped the worlds first deployed
atomic bomb over the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
The explosion wiped out 90 percent of the city and

Jim Herheide and his wife, Bonnie, during a recent visit


to Delphos. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
immediately killed 80,000 people; tens of thousands
more would later die of radiation exposure. Three
days later, a second B-29 dropped another A-bomb on
Nagasaki, killing an estimated 40,000 people. Japans
Emperor Hirohito announced his countrys unconditional surrender in World War II in a radio address on
Aug. 15, citing the devastating power of a new and
most cruel bomb.
See BERHEIDE, page 16A

Harman spends decades


serving veterans
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS Keith
Harman served his country
in Army during the Vietnam
War. For the past 30 years, hes
served his fellow veterans as
the Van Wert County Veterans
Service Officer and through
his membership at the local
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post.
Harman took the job as
county veterans service officer
in 1991 and retired in 2011.
I filed a lot of claims for veterans, dependent spouses and
children for state and federal
benefit through the Department
of Veterans Affairs, Harman
said. It can be a difficult and
confusing process. I was a way
to cut through some of the red
tape of dealing with the government.
On July 22, Harman
was elected Junior Vice
Commander-in-Chief of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars at
the VFWs 116th National
Convention in Pittsburgh.
He will become Senior Vice
Commander-in-Chief next and
then National Commander.
Once I started serving in
elected positions and on committees, I realized I wanted to
go as far as I could, Harman
said.
Harman is the face of the
VFW, attending meetings and
conventions to bring awareness
of the organization and bring
about needed change.
The more I did and more
involved I got and learned
about the organization and what
they do, the more I wanted to
be involved, he added. The
National Commander can meet
with the president of the United
States and talk about veteran
issues. Thats huge.
See HARMAN, page 16A

James Jim Berheide (Submitted photo)

Council sets Veterans Day Program


Information submitted
DELPHOS The Delphos Veterans
Council will conduct its annual Veterans
Day program at 11 a.m. Wednesday at
Veterans Memorial park at Fifth and
Main streets.
The speakers for the program will be
the commanders and auxiliary presidents

of the VFW and American Legion. There


will also be reading of the names of veterans who have passed away in the past
year, with the firing squad and TAPS by
Doug Harter.
Everyone is invited to attend and there
will be a luncheon following the program
at the American Legion.

Dozens of art lovers seeking to add to their collection attended the second annual
Art Auction offered by the Delphos Museum of Postal History on Sunday. The
collection of art included hand-blown glass, sports memorabilia, watercolors, oils,
lithographs, giclees, and serigraphs in all price ranges. See more photos on page
15A. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

Art mavens support postal museum


BY STEVE COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Staff Writer
sgriffis@delphosherald.com

VFW Jr. Vice-Commander in Chief of the VFW


Keith Harman recently traveling in Belgium and
German. Harman visited the American Cemetery in
Flanders, Belgium, the grave of Claude Walterick of
Delphos, whose name immortalized by the Delphos
VFW Post. (Submitted photo)

DELPHOS The Museum of Postal


History went upscale on Sunday, with
floors, walls and tables groaning under the
ponderous weight of centuries of art.
On a table along the north wall,
Gauguins Starry Night loomed over Andy
Warhols Campbells Soup Can. Not too
far away, Renoirs Two Sisters lay slightly
askew and atop Kandinskys Day Lily.
Throughout at least on the second
floor there was an avalanche of Adams

and Gainsborough and Inness and Disney


and Monet and more; a riot of colors and
monochromatic understandings in blacks
and whites. And all of it, every single
meticulous brush stroke and painstakingly
realized vision, was for sale as part of the
museums Art Auction fundraiser.
Gary Levitt, curator for the museum, explained that the museums annual
budget, the monies necessary to simply
keep the enterprise operating, is $32,000
per year. Sundays sale grossed roughly
$1,000.
See POSTAL, page 16A

Classifieds 10-11A | Entertainment 12A | For The Record 2A | Local-State 3-4A | Next Generation 14A Obituaries 2A | Sports 6-8A | Weather 2A
Aunt Brumhildas Soaps will hold an
open house from 1-6 p.m Sunday at 610
N. Franklin St. in the back of the property.
Proceeds from this event support six
local charities with gift baskets to raffled to
make money.
Soaps can also be purchased year round
at this address.

The Delphos Ministerial Association


will offer its Thanksgiving Feast
at 5 p.m. Nov. 22 at Trinity United
Methodist Church.
Meat, dressing, table settings and
beverages will be provided with attendees bringing a side or dessert to share.
All are welcome.

Always forgive your


enemies; nothing annoys
them so much.

Oscar Wilde
Irish dramatist, novelist,
& poet (1854 - 1900)

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Volume 145, No. 43

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

OBITUARIES

Charlotte L. Banks

Elizabeth Good

June 14, 1938 - Nov. 7, 2015

VAN WERT, Ohio


Charlotte L. Banks, 77, of
Van Wert, died at 4:35 p.m.
on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015, at
the Van Wert Manor.
She was born June 14,
1938, in Delphos, Ohio, to
the late Regina (Siefker)
Schlatman and Charles
Schlatman.
Her husband, Sammy
Banks, preceded her in death.
Survivors include children, Kelly Phillips of
Decatur,
Indiana,
and
Jodi (Dennis) Parsons of
Middle Point, Ohio; daughter-in-law, Lauri Sherry of
Decatur, Indiana; brothers:
Orland (Lois) Schlatman of
Delphos and Orban (Susie)
Schlatman of Fayetteville,
West Virginia;
sisters:
Opal Mae (John) Harper of
Frankfort, Indiana, Opalean
Hvizdak of Payne, Ohio,
Olive Schlatman of Delphos,
and Opal Jean (Gale) Thiel
of Stryker, Ohio; grandchildren, Chris (Dawn) German,
Noah Siegel, Bradley Sherry,
Heather (Adam) Hillery, and
great-grandchildren, Haley,
Lorynn, Christian, Maddux,
and Devon.
She was preceded in death
by two children, Mark Sherry
and Susan Sherry, and a
brother, Orville Schlatman.

Delphos Fire and


The Delphos
Herald
Rescue holds tradition

Nov. 8, 1919-Nov. 7, 2015

Charlotte L. Banks
She worked as a laborer
at Teleflex for 25 years. She
was a member of Countryside
Church of the Nazarene in
Willshire, Ohio, and a life
member of the Van Wert
American Legion Auxiliary.
Services will be held
at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 11, 2015, at AlspachGearhart Funeral Home,
Van Wert. The Rev. Carol
Tumbleson-Evans
will
officiate. Burial will be in
Woodland Cemetery, Van
Wert.
Visitation is 2 -4 p.m. and
6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10,
2015, at the funeral home.
Preferred memorial is Van
Wert Manor Activities Fund.
Condolences may be
expressed at: www.alspachgearhart.com.

COURT NEWS
Information submitted
The following individuals appeared in Van Wert County
Common Pleas Court Wednesday:
Judge Kevin Taylor
Probation violations
Kaitlyn Russell, 20, Delphos, admitted to violating
her probation by failing to report for daily drug screens
and by failing to complete Westwood counseling. She was
sentenced to prison for 11 months with credit for 131 days
already served.

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HICKSVILLE Grace
Elizabeth Good, 95, formerly of Elida and Harrisonburg,
Virginia, and having resided
in Hicksville for the past four
years, went to her heavenly
home Saturday at Community
Memorial
Hospital
in
Hicksville just in time for her
96th birthday celebration.
She was born on Nov. 8,
1919, in Elida to John D. and
Ruth N. (Berry) Good. Both
preceded her in death.
Survivors include a brother, Vernon A. (Hazel) Good
of Harrisonburg, Virginia,
6 nephews: James (Karron)
Good of Aroda, VA., John
(Rosemary) Good of Bluffton,
Edwin (Velda) Good of
Continental, Daniel (Rachel)
Good of Heron Montana, Ira B.
(Debra) Good of Continental,
and Paul (Michelle) Good of
Oneida, KY, 3 nieces; Dorothy
Cassidy of Pandora, Naomi
(Bob) Yoder of Hicksville,
and FannieEllen Flint of West
Unity, 36 Great-Nieces and
Nephews, and 51 great-greatnieces and nephews. She was
preceded in death by one
brother, Ira D. Good; one sister-in-law, MaryAnne Good;
and two nephews, Darrell
Good and Weldon Good.
Funeral services will
be held at 10 a.m. at Pike
Mennonite Church in Elida
on Saturday, with visitation Delphos firefighter Gary Gasser rescues a cat out of a tree
Friday from 3-8 p.m and one Sunday afternoon. (Submitted photo)
hour prior to the service on
Saturday at Pike Mennonite
Church. Burial will follow at
the church cemetery.
Memorial contributions can
be made to World Missionary
Press or Gideons.

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intervals.
High near
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WNW at 10
to 20 mph.

Abundant
sunshine.
Highs in the
low 50s and
lows in the
low 30s.

Plenty of
sun. Highs
in the upper
50s and
lows in the
mid 40s.

Times of
sun and
clouds.
Highs in the
low 60s and
lows in the
low 50s.

Cloudy.
Highs in the
mid 60s and
lows in the
low 50s.

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Week of
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A boy was born Nov. 5 to
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Monday: Hamburger/
Sarah and Ben Schroeder of
whole grain bun/ pickle and
Fort Jennings.
onion, sweet potato fries,
peaches, fresh fruit, milk.
Tuesday: Chicken wrap
whole grain/ lettuce// tomato/ cheese, black beans,
pears, fresh fruit, milk.
Wednesday: Sloppy Jo
Wheat $4.62
sandwich/ whole grain bun,
Corn $3.92
peas, mandarin oranges,
Soybeans $8.59
fresh fruit, milk.
Thursday:
Italian
grilled chicken sandwich,
whole grain bun, broccoli, strawberries, fresh fruit,
milk.
Friday: Whole grain
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DELPHOS CITY
SCHOOLS
Monday: Chicken nuggets, cheez-its or bread/
margarine, green beans,
peaches, milk.
Tuesday: Ham and
cheese stromboli or deli
sub, whole grain, bun,
baked beans, strawberry
cup, milk.

Wednesday: Salisbury
steak, whole grain dinner
roll, mashed potatoes w/
gravy, juice cup/ fresh fruit,
milk.
Thursday: Macaroni
and cheese, whole grain
dinner roll or deli sub on
whole grain bun, carrots,
100% fruit sherbet, milk.
Friday: Whole grain
pizza, Romaine salad, fresh
vegetables, applesauce cup,
milk.
FORT JENNINGS
High school salad bar
will be every Wednesday
and pretzels and cheese on
Friday. Chocolate, strawberry and white milk available daily.
Monday: Chicken gravy
over mashed potatoes, peas,
dinner roll, fruit.
Tuesday: BBQ rib sandwich, baked beans, cheese
slice, fruit.
Wednesday:
Cheesy
rotini, sweet potatoes,
bread stick, fruit.
Thursday: Pizza burger, mixed vegetables, shape
up, fruit.
Friday: Breaded chicken sandwich, broccoli,
cake, fruit.

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Monday: Hamburger w/
Romaine blend lettuce and
tomato slice, baked chips,
carrot stix, peaches, milk.
Tuesday: Taco salad w/
cheese, lettuce, tomato,
refried beans, Tacos K-3,
corn K-3, pineapple, cookie, milk.
Wednesday: Meatloaf,
mashed potatoes w/gravy,
whole grain butter bread,
applesauce, milk.
Thursday: Corn dog,
Romaine blend lettuce,
strawberries/fruit, pudding,
milk.
Friday: Chicken breast,
baked potato, whole grain
butter bread, mixed fruit,
milk.
SPENCERVILLE
Monday: Hamburger
or cheeseburger sandwich, corn, carrots and dip,
peaches, milk.
Tuesday: Nachos w/
meat and cheese, salsa and
sour cream, Mexican beans
with cheese, 100% juice,
milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast
pizza, potato bites, carrots
and dip, strawberry cup,
milk.
Thursday:
Grades
K-4: Chicken, broccoli and cheese, carrots and
dip, assorted breads, peach
crumble, milk. Grades
5-12: Popcorn chicken,
broccoli and cheese, carrots
and dip, Goldfish crackers,
peach crumble, milk.
Friday: Salisbury steak,
mashed potatoes, gravy,
broccoli and dip, sweet roll,
applesauce, milk.

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Delphos/Landeck hold sausage fundraisers

In Landeck, it was park as you were able and lines stretching down the walk at St. John
the Baptist Catholic Church as residents and non-residents alike queued up late Sunday
afternoon for the annual sausage and kraut fundraising dinner. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

Saturday morning in the Jefferson High School cafeteria it was standing-room-only as


the Delphos Kiwanis held their annual sausage and pancake breakfast. Proceeds from
the event will benefit community youth and school activities. (DHI Media/ Steven Coburn-Griffis)

Coach, player propose new soccer field at high school


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Jefferson soccer
coach Josiah Stober and junior player
Arianna Knebel presented a proposal
to the Delphos School Board Monday
evening for fundraising to install a new
soccer field at Jefferson High School.
Knebel spoke first.
I have been writing grants for
money to fund the project, Knebel
said. I have applied for Nike, Finish
Line and Good Sport grants and there
are numerous others we can apply for.
I just want somewhere for my team to
call home.
Jefferson currently practices where
Stober and Knebel would like to see the
new game field and play at St. Johns
Annex.

Right now we do have some concerns about the practice field, Stober
said. It is unlevel in certain areas and I
dont want anyone to get hurt.
All-Purpose Contracting has give
an estimate of $34,700 to construct the
new field, which includes leveling the
field and reseeding. Stober said looking
at drainage will also be a factor.
Right now that field drains toward
the existing storm drain, Stober said.
Several board members expressed
concerns about being good neighbors
to adjacent property owners
I would like to see All-Purpose do
an elevation study, President Andy
North said. We dont want to put any
added stress on those residents.
Stober said the program is growing
and he would like to attract even more
players.
We are almost to the point we

could have a JV team, he said. We


have quite a girls coming up through
the grades and if we had a decent field,
we could hold camps to get even more
interest.
Stober feels the project is doable.
There isnt a whole lot to a soccer
field, he said. You need flat land,
goals posts and some paint. The majority of the cost will be to haul in dirt.
Superintendent Kevin Wolfe gave
an update on the restroom project at the
middle school.
We are still on schedule, he said.
Everything is coming together for the
Nov. 19 completion date.
Pawsitives included members of all
four fall sports teams having players in
on the Northwest Conference Honors
First and Second Teams and Honorable
Mention, Players of the Year and
District placing; the new Spirit Store

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and Boots

at the high school; the pregame tailgate


party Saturday before the Jefferson/
Spencerville playoff football game; and
the conduct of all members of both
teams at Saturdays playoff game.
Both teams stayed after the game
and prayed on the field and the players
were respectful to each other, board
member Erica Pimpas said.
Wolfe also announced Thanksgiving
break which begins with a 1:30 p.m.
dismissal on Nov. 24 with students
returning to the classroom on Nov. 30.
In other business, the board:
Accepted the resignation of Chad
Brinkman as head golf coach; and
Approved supplemental contracts
to Randy McElroy as junior high wrestling coach and Chris Grothaus as assistant basketball cheer coach.

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From Jersey to Ohio, the Midtown Men bring 50s music to NPAC on Nov. 14
BY ED GEBERT
DHI Media Editor
egebert@timesbulletin.com
VAN WERT This Jersey
boy is from Ohio. Daniel
Reichard, one of the stars who
brought the Broadway show
Jersey Boys to life ten years
ago is now on tour with the
rest of the original cast, not
to perform Jersey Boys, but
to bring the spirit of music
to the Niswonger Performing
Arts Center on Nov. 14 as the
Midtown Men.
Im very proud of the success Ive had as a stage actor
in New York, Reichard said.
You know, that was the original idea was to go to New York
and be in all these off-Broadways shows, and Broadway
shows, and have a career as a
stage actor because I love that
art form, I love live theatre.
So I never in a million years
thought that I would have a
career as a singing actor
almost like a rockstar, like.
Reichard originated the
role of Four Seasons songwriter Bob Gaudio in the original Broadway production of
Jersey Boys a decade ago.
The four who played the original roles brought together such
energy and audience appeal
that they broke out of the roles,
leaving the stage production
and forming the singing group
The Midtown Men. Now they
tour as music stars rather than
acting stars.
I prefer the word, icon,
Reichard joked in a conversation with the Times Bulletin
on Friday.
Reichard grew up in
Cleveland, attending St.
Ignatius High School, an allboys Catholic school in that
city.
I had a really wonderful
childhood in Ohio, he concluded.
These days, his life is lived
on the road with the other guys
in The Midtown Men: Christian
Hoff, Michael Longoria, and J.
Robert Spencer.
Well, traveling is very
intense. When you have a
lifestyle that is traveling, its
a very intense life. We are
up very early most mornings,

most mornings when we are


on the road were on airplanes a lot, and in the car a lot,
we do planes, trains, and automobiles!, Reichart laughed.
All that traveling took the
most adjusting, and theres all
that time away from home,
and away from the people that
we love.
The four guys in the group
have ended up spending a lot
of time together. If you have
three siblings or three really,
really close friends you have
been friends with for a long
time, imagine going everywhere with them every day.
Its very intense. We bicker
like brothers. I fight with these
guys way more than I fight
with my own brothers and
sisters! exclaimed Reichard,
who is the eighth of nine children. But its natural because
we spend a lot of time together
and we run a business together,
and we run a show together.
The Midtown Mens show
is not a rehash of songs from
the Jersey Boys, but it does
use music from that time period, capitalizing on the talented
voices and the harmonies of
the group.
Our show is a very
high-energy musical experience, described Reichard.
Its a full-course meal in
regards to the comfort food of
1960s music. We are singing
the Beatles, the Beach Boys,
the Drifters, the Turtles, the
Zombies, the Rascals, and

of course, the Four Seasons,


who we played on Broadway
together. It doesnt get old
because every audience is
fresh, every audience is new,
so the experience of sharing
these songs, some of which
weve sung hundreds of times
to audiences, others we have
sung thousands of times, and
every audience is different and
this is a sharing that is in the
moment. That keeps it from
getting boring for us.
Reichard said his favorite parts of the show are the
impromptu moments between
the singers.
Those
improvised
moments that happen every
show is my favorite part
because a lot of times they
come out of nowhere, something one of us says, or the
way an audience reacts. It really reminds us that we are in a
spontaneous moment on stage,
and that anything can happen.
Sometimes it is hard to
remember that there can be
truly spontaneous moments
on stage with the group who
performed Jersey Boys over
1,000 times on Broadway, but
between the audiences and
the days events on the road,
something spontaneous is sure
to happen.
None of the band lived
through the 60s in a way that
our audiences did, and a lot of
them have such specific memories of these songs they
were driving when they used to

listen to it on the radio. People


always tell us these personal
stories, and they say, I was
in the back seat of a car when
this song came on, and I tell
them, Stop right there, I get
the point, I get the point! He
laughed. Everybody has their
memories of these songs. Even
younger people have memories of these iconic songs.
Expectations for the show
according to Reichard, should
be, Expect to smile a lot,
laugh a lot, get up on your feet
and dance. Its a very joyful

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Nov. 11
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first shots and a heartworm test. Call 419-991-1775.

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Nov. 13
Alyssa Berelsman
Zachary Saum
Corey Koverman
Anne Watkins
Dick Miller
Tom Bilimek
Mindy Merricle
Kyle Williams
Paige Bradley
Evan Martz
Sherree Banbury

Sir Pepe Featherbottom


is a 1 1/12-year-old Terrier
mix available at Allen
County Dog Control at
1165 Seriff Road in Lima.

The following pets are available for adoption through


The Van Wert Animal Protective League:
Cats
M, 6 years, neutered, shots, smokey gray, declawed,
micro chipped, named Charley
F, 1 year, black and brown, shots, spayed, name Sweetie
Pie
Kittens
M, F, 6 weeks, yellow, tiger
Dogs
Greyhound mix, M, 1 1/2 years, caramel color, name
Tank
Boxer Pit Lab, M, 2 years, shote, white with black spots,
name Zeus
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find a home for your pet, contact The Animal Protective
League from 9-5 weekdays at 419-749-2976. If you are
looking for a pet not listed, call to be put on a waiting
list in case something becomes available. Donations or
correspondence can be sent to PO Box 321, Van Wert
OH 45891.

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Leonard Warnecke
Patrick Kleman
Marcus Krendl
Jared Honigford
Madilyn Conley
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to announce the engagement of their daughter, Elyse
Marie Grothouse, to John Brandon Schulte, son of Jim
and Kimberly Schulte of Versailles.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Jettinghoff of Delphos, Alice Grothouse of
Delphos and the late Hubert Beeze Grothouse. Elyse is
a 2006 graduate of St. John High School, a 2010 graduate
of the University of Dayton and a 2014 graduate of The
Ohio State Universitys College of Dentistry. She is currently practicing at Gates Family Dentistry in Loveland.
Her fiance is the grandson of Jeanne Brandon of
Versailles, the late Riley Brandon, and Marjorie Schulte
of Dayton. He is a 2003 graduate of Versailles High
School and a 2007 graduate of the University of Dayton
School of Engineering. He is employed by EthiconJohnson & Johnson in Blue Ash.
The wedding will be held in late November 2015.
John and Elyse will reside in West Chester.

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Postal History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior
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7:30 p.m. Ottoville Emergency Medical
Service members meet at the municipal building.
Ottoville VFW Auxiliary members meet at
the hall.
Fort Jennings Local School District board
members meet at the high school library.
Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian
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11 a.m.. Delphos Veterans Council Veterans
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Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center is
closed.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
4 p.m. Delphos Public Library board members meet at the library conference room.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet
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St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east
edge of the St. Johns High School parking lot,
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Cloverdale recycle at village park.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Delphos Postal Museum
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12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by
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Community makes Read One Program a success


DHI Media Staff Reports
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DELPHOS The end
of October also signaled the
end of the 2014 Read One
Program and the organizers
were extremely pleased as
the event continued to gain
momentum in calling attention to the importance of literacy.
This was The Delphos
Heralds third year supporting the Read One Program,
Herald Editor Nancy Spencer
said. We joined the Times
Bulletin and five other newspapers and eight library systems in Northwest Ohio and
Northeast Indiana to draw
people in to understand the
importance of literacy. This
would not be possible without our fellow newspapers
and great library systems like
the Delphos Public Library.
The number of titles
turned in for the third year of
the program in the Delphos
area surpassed expectations.
I had no idea how many
book titles we would get.
Area readers were happy to
share their favorite reads of
the month, Spencer said.
We had nearly 350 titles
readers shared with us compared to less than 300 last
year.
The Read One Program
began in Van Wert in 2011 as
a way of promoting October
as National Book Month and
encouraging literacy in the
area. Organizers are already
looking at plans on how they
can make the program bigger
and better next year.
The importance of literacy to a happy, productive
life cannot be overstated,
Spencer said. An active
reading life in children and
adults correlates to higher
incomes and fewer societal
problems. Whether someone
is buying a physical book,
reading an e-book on their
Kindle or taking advantage
of community assets like the
Delphos Public Library, we
hope that reading will not
just be looked upon as a onemonth proposition but will
continue to be an activity in
the community all year long.
This list was built by friends
and neighbors in the Delphos
community and beyond and
we encourage everyone to
take the time to look it over.
Our goal would be for everyone to find a new author or
a new favorite book in these
titles.

Heart of a Woman
4 ingredient recipes for 30
minute meals
Gather together in my name
Proof of Heaven
My lobotomy
Jewel: Never broken
A Common struggle
A Song flung up to heaven
Toss the gloss
Eve
Whiskers of the lion
Murder she wrote: last shot
A Reluctant Bride
Garden of Faith Gilded Hour
Auschwitz escape
I am pilgrim
The Last Coyote
Always Emily
Off the Page
The Concrete blonde
Singing & swinging and getting merry like Christmas
Killing Reagan
Rogue Lawyer
Lights Out
More perfect union
Girl on the Train
X
Foreign affairs
To set a watchman
Murder house
Make me
Nightingale
Come rain or come shine
See me
Shadow play
Slow cooker favorites
Above the line
Wright brothers
Alis pretty little lies
Paper town
Maze Runner the scorch trials
Allegiant
Gasp
Divergent
Allegiant
Insurgent
Fault in our Stars
Best enemies
Rival revenge
Triple fault
Little White Lies
Take the reins
Home sweet drama
Hunted
Tempted
Rift
United We Spy
City of Bones
Dork Diaries
Sheep on a ship
Tales from the not so dorky
drama queen
Diary of a wimpy kid: the
long haul
Dork Diaries: Tales from the
Not So Happy Heart Breaker
The Serpents shadow

Lizzie at first
All about pets: Horses
Percy Jackson and the
Olympians
Click, Clack, Boo
Pete the Cat
Big Nate: Here goes nothing
Miss Brooks loves books
Very Hungry Caterpillar
J is for jack-0-lantern: A
Halloween alphabet
Bizzy Bear: fun on the farm
When autumn falls Diary of a
Wimpy Kid: Third Wheel
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: hard
luck
After the Affair, Updated:
Healing the Pain and Rebuilding
Trust When a Partner Has Been
Unfaithful
Alexis Gets Frosted: Cupcake
Diaries Series, Book 12
Allegiant: Divergent Trilogy,
Book 3
Allure
Amber by Night
Amish Christmas Joy
The Amish Nanny
Ancient Egyptians and Their
Neighbors: An Activity Guide
And One Wore Gray:
Camerons Saga: Civil War
Trilogy, Book 2
And Then She Killed Him
Angel of the Cove: Smoky
Mountain Dreams Series, Book 1
Angels of Bourbon Street:
Jade Calhoun Series, Book 4
Annas Crossing: An Amish
Beginnings Novel
Annas Healing
Annie and the Outlaw
Antiques Swap: Trash n
Treasures Mystery Series, Book
10
The Appeal
Ares and the Spear of Fear:
Heroes in Training Series, Book 7
Astonish Me: A novel
At the Edge of the World:
Crispin Series, Book 2
At Twilight
Backpacker
Bad Girls
Bad Kitty Does Not Like
Candy
The Bad Nurse
Bared to You: Crossfire Series,
Book 1
The Bargain: Regency Series,
Book 1
The Batboy
Beach Season
Beach Town
Bead & Button
Believing Is Seeing: Seven
Stories
Benjamin Franklin: An
American Life
The Berets: Brotherhood of
War Series, Book 5
Besieged: Skyes Legacy
Series, Book 3
The Best of Our Gang
Comedies
Better Homes and Gardens
Better Homes and Gardens
Complete Canning Guide:
Freezing, Preserving, Drying
Beyond All Dreams
Big Nate All Work and No
Play
Big Nate and Friends
Big Nate Comics 3-Book
Collection: What Could Possibly
Go Wrong?; Here Goes Nothing;
Genius Mode
Big Nate Makes a Splash
Big Sky Secrets: Book 6 of
Parable, Montana Series
Bird in Hand: A Novel
Bittersweet Rain
Black Arts: A Jane Yellowrock
Novel
The Blackmailed Bridegroom
Bleachers
The Boggart: The Boggart
Series, Book 1
The Boxcar Children Guide
to Adventure: A How-To for
Mystery Solving, Make-ItYourself Projects, and More
Brave Young Knight
Brawn: New Species Series,
Book 5
Bride on the Loose
The Bungalow Mystery:
Nancy Drew Mystery Series,
Book 3
C++ For Dummies
Calico Joe
Cannery Row
Capital Crimes
Captivated by You: Crossfire
Series, Book 4
Finders Keepers: A Novel
Finding Noel: A Novel
Fire and Desire
Firebase Freedom: Phoenix
Rising Series, Book 2
The FIRM: Turbocharge
Weight Loss
Five Love Languages Singles
Edition
The Flying Chinese Wonders:
Flat
Stanleys
Worldwide
Adventures Series, Book 7
The Fold: A Novel
The Food Dehydrating Bible:
Grow it. Dry it. Enjoy it!
For the Love of Nick
Glittering Promises: The
Grand Tour Series, Book 3
Going Under: Bound by
Magick Series, Book 3
The Golden Statue Plot:
Geronimo Stilton Series, Book 55

The Goldfinch
Harry Potter and the Chamber
of Secrets: Harry Potter Series,
Book 2
Harry Potter and the Deathly
Hallows: Harry Potter Series,
Book 7
Harry Potter and the Goblet of
Fire: Harry Potter Series, Book 4
Harry Potter and the HalfBlood Prince: Harry Potter Series,
Book 6
Harry Potter and the Order of
the Phoenix: Harry Potter Series,
Book 5
Harry Potter and the Prisoner
of Azkaban: Harry Potter Series,
Book 3
Harry Potter and the Sorcerers
Stone: Harry Potter Series, Book 1
In Pursuit of Justice: Justice
Series, Book 2
In the Shadow of Blackbirds
In the Unlikely Event
In Too Deep: T-FLAC: Wright
Family Series, Book 3
Inside the OBriens: A Novel
(unabridged)
Into the Wild
Into
the
Wilderness:
Wilderness Series, Book 1
It Only Takes a Moment: KEY
News Series, Book 11
Its a Long Story: My Life
(unabridged)
Jaded: Mended Hearts Series,
Book 1
Jewels of the Sun: The
Gallaghers of Ardmore Trilogy,
Book 1
Massacre Mountain: Cotton
Pickens Western Series, Book 1
Master Your Metabolism:
The 3 Diet Secrets to Naturally
Balancing Your Hormones for a
Hot and Healthy Body!
The Melody Lingers On
Mercy
The Message in the Hollow
Oak: Nancy Drew Mystery Series,
Book 12
The Metabolism Miracle: 3
Easy Steps to Regain Control of
Your Weight Permanently
Midwife Cover
The Mighty 12: Superheroes
of Greek Myth
The Millionaire and the
Cowgirl
Mind Prey: Prey Series, Book
7
Miriams Secret: Land of
Promise Series, Book 1
Mistaken Identity: Rosato &
Associates Series, Book 4
The Mistletoe Promise
The Mistress of Tall Acre:
Ballantyne Legacy Series, Book 4
Relentless
Strike:
The
Secret History of Joint Special
Operations Command
The Return
Ripples Along the Shore: The
Quilted Heart Series, Book 3
The River
Rocky Mountain Desire: Six
Pack Ranch Series, Book 3
Rogue Lawyer
Rumspringas Hope: Spirit of
the Amish Series, Book 1
Ruth: Brides of the West
Series, Book 5
The Scent of Cherry Blossoms:
A Romance from the Heart of
Amish Country
A SEAL Wolf Christmas:
Heart of the Wolf Series, Book 12
Sealed in Sin
Second Chances
The Second Man: A Paul
Madriani Novella
The Secret Crush: Mackenzie
Blue Series, Book 2
The Secret of Shadow Ranch:
Nancy Drew Mystery Series,
Book 5
Secret Prey: Prey Series, Book
9
Secrets of the Terra-Cotta
Soldier
Sister Eve
Private Eye
Strategic Moves: Stone
Barrington Series, Book 19
Submarine Commander: A
Story of World War II and Korea
Such Good Girls: The Journey
of the Holocausts Hidden Child
Survivors
Summer at Forsaken Lake
Summer Days
The Summer Girls: Low
Country Summer Series, Book 1
(unabridged)
Summer Sisters: A Novel
The Sunlit Night
Sunrise Point: Virgin River
Series, Book 19
Surrender:
MacKinnons
Rangers Series, Book 1
Sweet Seduction: Sweet
Series, Book 3
Sycamore Row: Jake Brigance
Series, Book 2
T is for Titanic: A Titanic
Alphabet
Take Two: Above the Line
Series, Book 2
The Talismans of Shannara:
The Heritage of Shannara Series,
Book 4 (abridged)
Tallchief
That Wintry Feeling
Thea Stilton and the Chocolate
Sabotage: Thea Stilton Series,
Book 19
The Thief

A Thing of Beauty
Threads
Thrive: The Third Metric to
Redefining Success and Creating
a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom,
and Wonder
The Time Keeper
A Time to Kill: Jake Brigance
Series, Book 1
Timepiece: The Christmas
Box Series, Book 2
The Titanic Locket: Haunted
Museum Series, Book 1
The Titanic Sinks!
Titanic Tragedy
To Kill a Mockingbird: To Kill
a Mockingbird Series, Book 1
To Marry a Scottish Laird
Touchstone
Tough Love: Back to Buckhorn
True Colors
True Confessions
Turn Right at Machu Picchu:
Rediscovering the Lost City One
Step at a Time
Two of a Kind
The Ultimate Everything Kids
Fairy Tale Book: Get to know
enchanted princesses, fairies, and
majestic horses
Uncle Johns the Haunted
Outhouse Bathroom Reader for
Kids Only!: Science, History,
Horror, Mystery, andEerily
Twisted Tales
Uncommon Crochet: TwentyFive Projects Made from Natural
Yarns and Alternative Fibers
Undercover: A Novel
Unending Devotion
An Unexpected Match
Variation on a Theme
Vogue
Voyager: Outlander Series,
Book 3
The Waiting: The True Story
of a Lost Child, a Lifetime of
Longing, and a Miracle for a
Mother Who Never Gave Up
Waking the Dragon: Vale of
Stars Series, Book 1
The Wanderer: Thunder Point
Series, Book 1
Wanted: Sisters of the Heart
Series, Book 2
Wanted: The Haunted Mask
Weight Watchers Magazine
Weird and Witty Tales of
Mystery
What Alice Forgot
What Doesnt Kill You:
Catherine Ling Series, Book 1
What Happened to Goodbye
What Janie Found: Janie
Johnson Series, Book 4
When the Morning Comes:
Sisters of the Quilt Series, Book 2
When the Soul Mends: Sisters
of the Quilt Series, Book 3
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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The curse of very


high expectations
It doesnt surprise
me that Ohio State
Jim Metcalfe
got knocked off the
number 1 ranking
this week in the polls.
It seems they have
struggled every week
against a clearly inferior opponent until
they finally turn it on
and pull away at the
end.
The operative word, though, is seems.
When you come off a national championship season
especially the way they closed it by clobbering Wisconsin in
the Big Ten title game, big bad Alabama (and they are) in the
College Football Playoff semifinals and then Oregon in the
finale when it should have been even worse and have a
ton of returning starters back, fans expect to roll through the
competition.
Throw in talent galore coming up through the recruiting
pipeline and its easy to think repeat for now and the future.
The players are only human, too, and they read the forums,
the blogs and other social media.
They can easily fall into a trap that tells them they can
turn it on and off at any time.
If I remember a story weeks before the start of the season,
head coach Urban Meyer no urban legend! warned that
the key for his team was to weather the mental angle, that they
had to be more mentally tough to take what every opponent
will give them.
I dont care what sport you are talking about, the defending
champion in anything is going to have its opponents the next
season coming at them with extra, extra, EXTRA motivation
to knock the crown off.
They will get and I believe have gotten so far everybodys best shot, notwithstanding the usual injuries that affect
every team.
Especially with football, being such a physical tough and
emotional game, things can go haywire in a hurry.
Think about a team like Arkansas, one that most experts
predicted was one of the rising stars in the Southeastern
Conference.
Well, based on their performance this year, theyve got a
long way to go to get to the upper echelon of the SEC and head
coach Bret Bielema is on the hot seat.
They didnt pay him big money to be a middle-of-the-road
team.
As far as the Buckeyes, I dont think Cardale Jones is a bad
quarterback.
For what its worth, I agree that he will be in the National
Football League one day and have a solid but likely not
spectacular career.
It just seems theres that word again that he fits a certain style of offense and struggles when it isnt molded around
his strengths, like throwing the deep ball and running straight
up the gut.
Remember how he and Ezekiel Elliot had a field day the
last three games of last season by running between the tackles a 250-pound quarterback and 230-pound tailback with
some shake.
J.T. Barrett just fits this offense better with his running ability all over the field and his accuracy.
Lets remember, wherever Urban has been coaching, he has
had success with a passing game that gets his receivers in space
not necessarily always deep but using the entire field and
with a solid running game.
See MUSINGS, page 7A

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BOYS
Division III Team Scores:
Maplewood 61, St. Thomas
Aquinas 87, McDonald 141,
Liberty Center 156, Ft. Loramie
179, Anna 195, Fredericktown
202, Lee. Fairfield 206*, Colonel
Crawford 206*, Carey 219,
Garaway 254, Milton-Union 275,
Lincolnview 315, Botkins 332,
Col. Academy 333, Minster 362.
*Tiebreakers:
Lee. Fairfield 23 29 48 49 57
64 69
Colonel Crawford 2 40 43 59
62 106 111
Top 16 Individuals (156
Runners): 1. Tristan Dahmen
(MA) 15:18.8; 2. Sam Williamson
(Antwerp) 15:36.7; 3. Tanner
Hawley (Black River) 15:46.6;
4. Brendon Siefker (Ottoville)
15:48.3; 5. Aaron Wood (Fisher
Catholic) 15:51.7; 6. Tyler Polman
(Independence) 15:52.4; 7. Chad
Johnson (CC) 16:02.8; 8. Brady
McBride (Newton Local) 16:06.4;
9. Danny Loomis (MC) 16:07.6;
10. Dan Seas (Peebles) 16:08.2;
11. Trevor Cook (CA) 16:09.6; 12.
Allen Sparks (MA) 16:12.2; 13.
Jacob Caniford (STA) 16:12.4; 14.
Wyat Harmon (FR) 16:13.9; 15.
Joey Adams (West Liberty-Salem)
16:15.5; 16. Seth Miller (Rock
Hill) 16:22.5.
Other Local Finishers: 23.
Lucas Huber (A) 16:29.3; 29.
Ben Butler (MI) 16:33.3; 46.
Tyler McKee (A) 16:52.2; 58.
Preston Brubaker (Columbus
Grove) 17:00.1; 75. Joel Gaier
(A) 17:15.2; 81. Cort Speckman
(New Bremen) 17:18.1; 89.
Jacob Keysor (LV) 17:29.4;
93. Bradley Axe (A) 17:31.5;
99. Austin Elick (LV) 17:37.3;
104. Carter Pohl (MI) 17:48; 105.
Alek Bowersock (LV) 17:49.6;
115. Matthew Burden (A) 18:02;
117. Tracey West (LV) 18:06.5;
122. Trevor Neate (LV)
18:13.7; 131. Ethan Monnin
(MI) 18:24.2; 132. Kyle Christman
(A) 18:27.9; 137. Karter Tow

Cats oust Bearcats in playoffs


BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor

jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS Different
week, same result.
Jefferson and Spencerville
met up for the second week
in a row on the gridiron, this
time on Saturday night at
Stadium Park in a Region 22
quarterfinal.
Last week, the Wildcats
won their third straight
Northwest Conference crown
with a 26-10 victory and
knocked the Bearcats from
the ranks of the unbeaten.
This time, the third-seeded Red and White knocked
their backyard rivals out of
the playoffs with a 24-10 triumph.
Its very tough to play
them back to back. They are a
great team all the way around;
they are a class coaching staff
and program and we knew
it would be another 48-minute battle, Jefferson head
coach Chris Sommers said.
Whether its one time or 10,
this game will be tough and
physical. Our defense bent
but didnt break. Our offensive line is really starting to
gel; they play so hard for
each other and their getting
such cohesion.
Jefferson (10-1) will
battle
second-seeded
Mechanicsburg (11-0) at 7
p.m. at Sidney Memorial
Stadium.
Thats a great team all
the way around. When you
lose to them twice in a row,
you have to give them all
the credit; they are the bet(LV) 18:35.5; 141. Cameron ter team, Spencerville head
Bowersock (A) 18:47; 143. man John Zerbe said. We

State XC Championships
OHSAA STATE
CROSS COUNTRY
CHAMPIONSHIPS
National Trail
Raceway, Hebron
========

Jefferson senior Josh Teman gets upfield during a punt return versus Spencerville Saturday night at Stadium Park. (DHI
Media/John Parent)

Ryan Cavanaugh (MI) 18:48.9;


146. Andrew Broering (MI)
19:06.9; 147. Colton Snyder (LV)
19:17; 151. Jacob Enneking
(MI) 20:10.
Division II Team Scores:
Lexington 54, Tippecanoe 77,
Sheridan 81, Woodridge 132,
Perkins 167, Bay 197, Tuslaw 228,
Spr. Shawnee 234, Unioto 235,
Gilmour Academy 240, Akron
SVSM 243, Defiance 256, Heath
267, Carroll 269, Indian Valley
392, Athens 405,
Top 16 Individuals (147
Runners): 1. Joseph Bistritz
(Chagrin Falls) 15:16.9; 2.
Mitchell Poynter (TI) 15:24.1; 3.
Nick Stricklen (L) 15:43.2; 4. Ryan
Johnston (L) 15:47.6; 5. Colin
Theis (Buckeye) 15:49.6; 6. Griffin
Butler (Licking Valley) 15:56.6;
7. Logan Griffith (SS) 15:57; 8.
Zak Kirk (Maumee) 15:59.5; 9.
David Magda (U) 16:03.5; 10.
Taylor Hopkins (H) 16:04.5; 11.
Clark Bookman (Field) 16:04.6;
12. Joey Palumbo (SH) 16:08.3;
13. Forest Volz (L) 16:09.6; 14.
Zach Applegate (Bowling Green)
16:11.7; 15. Jacob Ondash
(Crestwood) 16:13.5; 16. Luke
Brown (SH) 16:14.2.
Local Finishers: 37. Joe
Spitzer (Versailles) 16:34.7;
49. Zach Lochmiller (D) 16:45.4;
51. Hayden Howerton (D)
16:46.7; 91. Jesse Schlatter (D)
17:19.4; 101. Nathan Schlatter
(D) 17:27.9; 102. Jon Crowell (D)
17:30; 113. Tino Ramirez (D)
17:48.1; 125. Hunter Sheery
(D) 18:02.8.
Division I Team Scores: St.
Ignatius 66, Mason 96, Solon
116, Louisville 141, Medina 185,
Watkins Memorial 198, Hudson
201, St. Xavier 205, Dub. Coffman
212, Mas. Jackson 220, Ashland
275, Hil. Darby 307, Beavercreek
312, Sycamore 326*, Thom.
Worthington 326*, St. Edward
402.
*Tiebreakers:
Sycamore 19 56 82 84 85 102
103
Thom. Worthington 9 45 70 98
104 105 108

See XC, page 7A

made it to the playoffs the


second season in a row. In my
seven years here, weve been
through the lowest of the
lows and weve had our share
of the good. I dont always
remember the games but I do
remember the players. This
program is built around them
and will continue to be built
around them.
Zach Goecke returned
the opening kickoff 15 yards
to the Bearcat 31 and that
touched off an 11-play drive
that reached the Delphos 38
but ended on downs at the
40 on an incomplete pass by
Mason Nourse.
The Wildcats began a
13-play drive that ended on a
23-yard field goal from Gage
Mercer for a 3-0 lead with
2:32 showing in the first period.
After being pinned at the
17 on the ensuing kickoff,
the Black Attack (9-2) drove
to the Delphos 13 in 13 plays
but on 4th-and-3, Nourse
again threw incomplete.
The next two series ended
on punts and the Wildcats
commenced at the 34. Hunter
Binkley (19 rushes, 147
yards) tore off a 47-yarder
and finished off the 4-play
drive with a 2-yard bull run
inside left guard at 2:12 of
the second period. On the
fake point-after-touchdown,
Mercer was tackled short for
a 9-0 edge.
Goeckes 25-yard kick
return set the guest at the
42. Aided by a pass interference on the Red and White,
they gained the Delphos 25,
where on play nine, Damon
Blairs 42-yard field goal try
was blocked by the Wildcat

interior line to effectively end


the half.
Spencervilles
Hunter
French picked off a pass on
the Wildcats third play
at the 31 to open the
second half and returned it
15 yards to the host 25. Six
plays hence at the 18, Blair
was good on a 35-yard field
goal barely for a 9-3
deficit with 8:40 showing in
the third period.
The Wildcats seemed on
the verge of retaliating on
their next drive as Dalton
Hicks returned the kickoff 21
yards to the Bearcat 49. They
attained the Bearcat 28 in six
plays but a pair of holding
calls stymied the drive and
Josh Temans 21-yard punt
put Spencerville at the 14.
The Bearcats gained a first
down but then their own holding penalty short-circuited it
and Teman returned Dakota
Prichards 35-yard punt eight
yards to the 48. From there,
they had 11 running plays to
the Spencerville 8, then Jace
Stockwell dropped and found
Drew Reiss on a fade to the
left side of the end zone.
Stockwell found Brenen Auer
for the 2-pointer and a 17-3
edge with 9:11 remaining.
On Spencervilles ensuing
drive, two Jefferson penalties (30 yards), including a
personal foul that allowed
them to start at the 33, aided
a 13-play drive, all but one
on the ground. That would
have been on 3rd-and-5 at
the Delphos 15 when Nourse
dropped and found Damien
Corso on an out route to the
left side of the end zone.
Blair made it 17-10 with 3:06
remaining.

Spencerville tried an
onside kick and nearly recovered but it was ruled they
touched the ball too early,
giving Jefferson field position at the guest 45. Binkley
tore off a 35-yarder and finished it off two plays later at
the 5 as he took a pitch off the
left side, planted and burst
through the seam to paydirt with 1:15 to go. Mercer
tacked on the final point.

JEFFERSON
24,
SPENCERVILLE 10
Score by Quarters:
Spencerville 0 0 3 7
Jefferson 3 6 0 15 - 24
FIRST QUARTER
DJ Gage Mercer 23 field
goal, 11:55
SECOND QUARTER
DJ Hunter Binkley 2 run (run
failed), 2:12
THIRD QUARTER
SV Damon Blair 35 field
goal, 8:40
FOURTH QUARTER
DJ Drew Reiss 8 pass from
Jace Stockwell (Brenen Auer pass
from Stockwell), 9:11
SV Damien Corso 15 pass
from Mason Nourse (Blair kick),
3:06
DJ Binkley 5 run (Mercer
kick), 1:15
TEAM STATS
Spencerville Jefferson
First Downs 16 14
Total Yards 217 276
Rushes-Yards 54-200 44-236
Passing Yards 17 40
Comps.-Atts. 2-9 4-8
Intercepted by 1 0
Fumbles-Lost 2-10 2-0
Penalties-Yards 2-15 5-65
Punts-Aver. 2-35 2-27.5
INDIVIDUAL STATS
SPENCERVILLE
Rushing: Mason Nourse 8-53,
Chris Picker 15-53, Zach Goecke
15-52, Keaton Lotz 9-28, Calvin
Wilson 9-14.
Passing: Nourse 2-9-17-0-1.
Receiving: Damien Corso 1-15,
Wilson 1-2.
JEFFERSON
Rushing: Hunter Binkley 19-147,
Brenen Auer 13-54, Mike Cline
7-22, Jace Stockwell 5-13.
Passing: Stockwell 4-8-40-1-1.
Receiving: Ryan Goergens 2-30,
Drew Reiss 1-8, Gage Mercer 1-2.

OHSAA 2nd-Round Playoff Pairings


Information Submitted

COLUMBUS The playoff field has


been trimmed in half as 112 teams now enter
the second round of the 2015 OHSAA football playoffs.

2015 OHSAA Football Playoffs Second


Round Pairings
Home team listed first. Pairings are shown
with seeds and overall records.
Game times subject to change. Brackets at
OHSAA.org will show any changes.
Division I Games at 7 p.m. Saturday
Region 1
1 Lakewood St. Edward (10-1) vs. 8 Mentor
(8-3) at Parma Byers Field
4 Westerville Central (10-1) vs. 5 Euclid (9-2)
at Mansfield Arlin Field
2 Stow-Munroe Falls (11-0) vs. 7 Solon (9-2)
at University of Akron InfoCision Stadium
Summa Field
3 Lewis Center Olentangy (10-1) vs. 6 Toledo
Whitmer (9-2) at Tiffin Columbian Frost-Kalnow
Stadium
Region 2
1 Cincinnati Colerain (10-1) vs. 9 Cincinnati
St. Xavier (7-4) at Mason Dwire Field at Atrium
Stadium
13 Hilliard Darby (9-2) vs. 5 Cincinnati Elder
(8-3) at Dayton Welcome Stadium
2 Hilliard Davidson (10-1) vs. 10 Upper
Arlington (8-3) at Hilliard Bradley Athletic
Complex
3 Huber Heights Wayne (11-0) vs. 11
Springboro (9-2) at Centerville Stadium
Division II Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday
Region 3
8 Macedonia Nordonia (8-3) vs. 5 Hudson
(9-2) at Bedford Bearcat Stadium
7 Warren G. Harding (8-3) vs. 3 Mayfield (101) at Solon Stewart Field
Region 4
1 Grafton Midview (11-0) vs. 4 Cleveland
Glenville (10-1) at Avon Lake Memorial Stadium
2 Perrysburg (11-0) vs. 3 Avon (10-1) at
Sandusky Perkins Firelands Regional Medical
Center Stadium
Region 5
1 Massillon Perry (9-2) vs. 5 Dresden TriValley (10-1) at Dover Crater Stadium
2 Pataskala Licking Heights (10-1) vs. 3
Worthington Kilbourne (10-1) vs. New Albany
Veterans Field
Region 6
1 Cincinnati La Salle (9-2) vs. 5 Lima Senior
(9-2) at Kettering Fairmont Roush Stadium
2 Kings Mills Kings (10-1) vs. 3 Cincinnati
Turpin (10-1) at West Chester Lakota West
Firebird Field
Division III Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday

Region 7
1 Akron Archbishop Hoban (10-1) vs. 5
Louisville (10-1) at Uniontown Green Memorial
Stadium
2 Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (10-1) vs. 6
Chesterland West Geauga (10-1) at Ravenna
Portage Community Bank Stadium
Region 8
1 Cleveland Benedictine (11-0) vs. 5 Bay
Village Bay (10-1) at First Federal Lakewood
Stadium
2 Toledo Central Catholic (9-2) vs. 3 Clyde
(10-1) at Millbury Lake Community Stadium
Region 9
8 Columbus Bishop Watterson (6-4) vs. 4
Jackson (10-1) at Chillicothe Herrnstein Field
2 Columbus St. Francis DeSales (10-1) vs. 3
Zanesville (10-1) at Newark White Field
Region 10
1 Wapakoneta (11-0) vs. 4 Cincinnati Mt.
Healthy (8-3) at Clayton Northmont Good
Samaritan Stadium, Matt Dudon Memorial Field
2 Tipp City Tippecanoe (10-1) vs. 3 TrotwoodMadison (8-3) at Huber Heights Wayne Good
Samaritan Athletic Field at Heidkamp Stadium
Division IV Games at 7 p.m. Saturday
Region 11
1 Peninsula Woodridge (11-0) vs. 5
Youngstown Ursuline (6-5) at Hudson Memorial
Stadium - Murdough Field
7 Parma Heights Holy Name (8-3) vs. 3
Mantua Crestwood (9-2) at Macedonia Nordonia
Boliantz Stadium
Region 12
1 Columbus Bishop Hartley (7-3) vs. 5
Ottawa-Glandforf (8-3) at Bellefontaine
AcuSport Stadium
7 Bellevue (9-2) vs. 6 Springfield Kenton
Ridge (8-3) at Findlay Donnell Stadium
Region 13
1 Steubenville (10-0) vs. 5 Salem (10-1) at
Minerva Dr. Robert H. Hines Stadium
2 Johnstown-Monroe (11-0) vs. 3 St. Clairsville
(9-1) at Zanesville Sulsberger Stadium
Region 14
1 Middletown Bishop Fenwick (11-0) vs.
4 Kettering Archbishop Alter (10-1) at West
Carrollton DOC Stadium
2 Cincinnati Indian Hill (11-0) vs. 3 Clarksville
Clinton-Massie (10-1) at Mancuso Field at
Cincinnati Princeton Stadium
Division V Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday
Region 15
1 Columbiana Crestview (9-2) vs. 5
Leavittsburg LaBrae (9-2) at Boardman New
Spartan Stadium
2 Magnolia Sandy Valley (10-1) vs. 3 Canton
Central Catholic (8-3) at Massillon Paul Brown
Tiger Stadium
Region 16
1 Milan Edison (10-1) vs. 4 Swanton (10-1) at

Tiffin Columbian Frost-Kalnow Stadium


7 Rossford (9-2) vs. 6 Doylestown Chippewa
(9-2) at Kalahari Field at Huron Memorial Stadium
Region 17
1 Wheelersburg (11-0) vs. 4 West Lafayette
Ridgewood (10-1) at Logan Chieftain Stadium
2 Chillicothe Zane Trace (11-0) vs. 3 Albany
Alexander (10-1) at Waverly Raidiger Field
Region 18
1 Brookville (11-0) vs. 5 Jamestown
Greeneview (8-3) at Xenia Doug Adams Stadium
2 Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (101) vs. 3 Coldwater (11-0) at Piqua Alexander
Stadium, Purk Field
Division VI Games at 7 p.m. Saturday
Region 19
1 Kirtland (10-1) vs. 5 Brookfield (10-1) at
Twinsburg Tiger Stadium
7 Smithville (8-3) vs. 6 Cuyahoga Heights
(9-2) at Medina Highland Stadium - North
Gateway Tire Field
Region 20
8 Delta (7-4) vs. 5 Van Buren (8-3) at Holland
Springfield Community Stadium
2 Defiance Tinora (9-1) vs. 3 North Robinson
Colonel Crawford (10-1) at Lima Spartan Stadium
Region 21
8 Fredericktown (9-2) vs. 4 Bainbridge Paint
Valley (10-1) at Hamilton Township Alumni
Stadium
2 Lucasville Valley (9-1) vs. 3 Grandview
Heights (10-1) at Chillicothe Herrnstein Field
Region 22
1 Maria Stein Marion Local (10-1) vs. 5
West Liberty-Salem (9-2) at Wapakoneta Harmon
Field
2 Mechanicsburg (11-0) vs. 3 Delphos
Jefferson (10-1) at Sidney Memorial Stadium
Division VII Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday
Region 23
1 Warren John F. Kennedy (10-1) vs. 4 Toronto
(10-1) at Austintown-Fitch Greenwood Chevrolet
Falcon Stadium
2 Mogadore (10-1) vs. 3 Norwalk St. Paul (101) at Medina Ken Dukes Stadium
Region 24
1 McComb (10-1) vs. 4 Leipsic (6-5) at
Findlay Donnell Stadium
7 Tiffin Calvert (6-5) vs. 3 Lucas (9-1) at First
National Bank Field at Bellevue Athletic Facility
Region 25
1 Danville (11-0) vs. 4 Canal Winchester
Harvest Prep (9-2) at Westerville Central Warhawk
Field
2 Caldwell (10-1) vs. 3 Glouster Trimble (9-2)
at Zanesville Maysville Athletic Complex
Region 26
1 Minster (9-2) vs. 4 DeGraff Riverside (10-1)
at Sidney Memorial Stadium
7 Sidney Lehman Catholic (7-4) vs. 3 Fort
Recovery (9-2) at Lima Spartan Stadium

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The Lincolnview boys cross country team finished 13th out of 16 teams at Saturdays Division III State Cross Country Meet held at National Trail Raceway in Hebron. The Lancers
have been to the State Meet as a team finishing 10th last fall in each of the last three years under the direction of long-time head coach Matt Langdon and have been there as
a unit five times total. (DHI Media/Staff Reports)

Siefker 4th, Lancer boys 13th at State XC


DHI Media Staff Reports
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HEBRON State cross
country.
It brings out the best in
competitors.
Like Ottoville sophomore
Brendon Siefker, who ran his
personal-best of 15:48.3 to
claim fourth in the Division
III boys race on a crisp and
sunny Saturday afternoon at
National Trail Raceway in
Hebron.
The competition is what
motivates you in a race like
this I knew Id have to run
my best to have a shot at the
podium. That was my goal all
season and I got it with my
PR, Siefker said.
A competitor he is
very familiar with, Sam
Williamson of Antwerp, finished second in a timing of
15:36.7.
I didnt run (cross country) last year as a freshman. I
ran a few races against Sam
and my whole goal was to get
closer to him each time out;
hes a great runner and hes a
good gauge of my progress,
Siefker continued. It was
a great day to run as far as
the weather and the course
was soft. There were a lot of
straightaways and you didnt
have to deal with hair-pin
turns. There werent many
hills, either, so it was fast.
Perhaps another reason
was he didnt have to split
his time between cross country and soccer, which he did
all season.
They do help each
other, he went on. Soccer
is for speed and explosive-

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ness, which you need for a


finishing kick. Cross country
is great for endurance. Still, I
felt fresh for this race. I could
actually focus just on cross
country with both kinds of
training.
As for the future, his goals
are already set.
I will run track and field,
like last year (qualifying for
State), this spring, he added.
I hope I dont jinx myself
but my goal is to get back
here and move up in the next
two years. I have a lot of
work to do with the miles and
the training.
Back at the State
Championships for a third
straight year, Lincolnview
stayed true to the formula
that brought them to National
Trail Raceway.
Without a traditional
front-runner, the Lancers
built their success this season
on the depth of their lineup.
They showed off that depth
on Saturday, placing 13th
in the 16-team field despite
having no individual place
higher than 89th overall.
We ran a solid race,
Lancer coach Matt Langdon
said. Our strength all season
has been our pack and that
hasnt changed. Overall, we
kind of ran like we have all
season but the faces were
different.
Freshman Jacob Keysor
was the first Lancer to cross
the finish line, doing so in
17:29. Junior Austin Elick
placed 99th overall in 17:37.
He was followed by Alek
Bowersock (17:49), Tracey
West (18:06) and Trevor
Neate (18.13).

Karter Tow ran an 18:35


and Colton Snyder finished
in 19:17.
We had a very different
order of finish (than expected), Langdon said. One of
the freshman actually was
our first runner - he ran a
career-best. Jacob Keysor ran
a 17:29 and I was kind of
surprised he ran that fast on a
day when not a lot of people
season-bests but he did.
That has just kind of
been us. There hasnt really
been a predictable 1-5 finish
all year.
Maplewood won the team
title with a mere 61 points,
besting St. Thomas Aquinas
(87) and McDonald (141).
The Lancers finished with
315 points as a team, placing
ahead of Botkins, Columbus
Academy and Minster.
It wasnt our absolute
best team race, Langdon
admitted. We wanted
to be top-10, that was our
team goal, but realistically,
we were 16th going in. To
beat three teams (that came
in with faster times), was
obviously a bonus. Im very
happy with how everything
went. Its bittersweet; Im
sad that its over but it went
pretty much how weve run
all season.
Lincolnviews top seven
included three freshman and
two juniors and Langdon
says the underclassmen are
already looking forward to
next season.
They are really excited,
Langdon added. When the
race was over - even minutes
after the race - all the underclassmen could talk about

(Continued from page 6)

Top 16 Individuals (144 Runners): 1. Andrew Jordan (W) 14:54; 2. Gavin Gaynor (HU) 15:13.8; 3. Dustin
Horter (Lak. East) 15:14.4; 4. Danny Cohen (SO) 15:24.1; 5. Luke Wagner (SI) 15:26.6; 6. Bradley Davis
(Dub. Jerome ) 15:29.5; 7. Hunter Moore, (Olen. Orange) 15:31.5; 8. J.P. Trojan (University School) 15:31.7; 9.
Stephen Jones (Troy) 15:35.1 ; 10. Zach Birdsall (Fairfield) 15:35.6; 11. Joe Riordan (SO) 15:36.4; 12. Edmund
Coleman (A) 15:37.6; 13. J. Matt Parkhurst (Wester. North) 15:38.1; 14. C.J. Ambrosio (SI) 15:38.6; 15. Owen
Keith (Newark) 15:40.4; 16. Daniel White (W) 15:40.4.
========
GIRLS
Division III Team Scores: St. Thomas Aquinas 69, Minster 87, McDonald 127, Liberty Center 176,
Garaway 181, Russia 186, Xenia Christian 196, Canton C.C. 199, Covington 209, Black River 232, Pettisville
262, St. Henry 298, Fredericktown 311, Northmor 319, Lan. Fair Chr. 331, Miami East 343.
Top 16 Individuals (144 Runners): 1. Athena Welsh (STA) 17:58.6; 2. Kalee Soehnlen (STA) 18:10; 3.
Kyleigh Edwards (LFC) 18:25.3; 4. Chloe Flora (Botkins) 18:29.3; 5. Olivia Kundo (LC) 18:35.1; 6. Rachel
Wentworth (G) 18:38.9; 7. Holly Miller (CCC) 18:47.7; 8. Emily Sreenan (Lima C.C.) 18:52.9; 9. Ashleigh
Rowley (B.C. Western Reserve) 18:53.4; 10. Jenny Seas (Peebles) 18:55; 11. Malina Mitchell (MC) 18:58.1; 12.
Emma Willett (Holgate) 19:05.1; 13. Morgan Pohl (MI) 19:08.4; 14. Gabby Osterland (New London) 19:12.9;
15. Brittney Roth (Newcomerstown) 19:14.2; 16. Rachel Reolfi (CCC) 19:15.9.
Other Local Finishers: 25. Margaret Meiring (MI) 19:25.1; 31. Kaci Bornhorst (MI) 19:39.3; 34.
Lisa Barlage (MI) 19:41.8; 36. Madeline Magoto (MI) 19:44; 48. Cassie Francis (MI) 19:58.4; 62.
Kaitlynn Albers (MI) 20:16.6; 69. Erin Clune (SH) 20:25.6; 75. Lindsey Schulze (SH) 20:36.2; 85.
Makayla Hoying (SH) 20:53.6; 100. Breanna Schulze (SH) 21:13.8; 108. Olivia Hemmelgarn (SH)
21:32.2; 114. Goewert, Vannessa (SH) 21:59.5; 128. Riley Post (SH) 22:41.
Division II Team Scores: Lexington 64, Tippecanoe 125, Gilmour Academy 141, Alter 163, Chagrin Falls
180, Woodridge 189, Akron SVSM 190, Cloverleaf 193, Oakwood 207, Spr. Shawnee 208, Unioto 261, Athens
289, Sheridan 304, Minerva 315, Toledo C.C. 319, Padua Franciscan 401.
Top 16 Individuals (142 Runners): 1. Abby Nichols (AL) 18:05.4; 2. Mary Kate Vaughn (O) 18:05.6;
3. Michelle Hostettler (West Holmes) 18:19.5; 4. Dominique Clairmonte (L) 18:29.2; 5. Annie Zimmer (CF)
18:30.3; 6. Hannah Markel (G) 18:33.9; 7. Leah Roter (Beachwood) 18:36.2; 8. Elizabeth Ordeman (O) 18:36.9;
9. Whitney Wendling (L) 18:42.8; 10. Ashley Rulison (Beaumont) 18:46.7; 11. Mackenna Curtis-Collins (L)
18:53.3; 12. Andra Lehotay (Sandy Valley) 18:54.1; 13. Abby Miller (L) 18:55.7; 14. Perri Bockrath (AL)
18:56.4; 15. Emily Cass (AT) 18:57.3; 16. Brittany Aveni (Geneva) 18:58.5.
Local Finisher: 84. Kelly Wilker (St. Marys Memorial) 20:24.7.
Division I Team Scores: Centerville 71, Olen. Liberty 124, Mason 131, Hil. Davidson 175, Troy 188, Mas.
Jackson 211, Granville 218, Brunswick 221, Shaker Hts. 230, Medina 247, Watkins Memorial 248, Perrysburg
253, Chardon 270, Beavercreek 272, Tol. N. Dame Acad. 275, Nordonia 312.
Top 16 Individuals (Runners): 1. Lainey Studebaker (CE) 17:39; 2. India Johnson (H) 17:43; 3.
EmmaBower (O) 17:54.3; 4. Morgan Gigandet (TR) 18:04; 5. Olivia Howell (Solon) 18:05.8; 6. Carly Davis
(Dub. Jerome) 18:08.7; 7. Allison Guagenti (Olen. Orange) 18:13.9; 8. Rebecca Craddock (BR) 18:14.5; 9.
Louiza Wise (Solon) 18:17.9; 10. Kayla Chapman (MJ) 18:19.6; 11. Gracie Sprankle (O) 18:22.4; 12. Maddie
Walker (Amelia) 18:22.8; 13. Claire Linn (O) 18:23.4; 14. Haley Hess (Oregon Clay)18:25.8; 15. Maegan
Murphy (MA) 18:27.3; 16. Sydney Seymour (Cle. St. Joseph Acad.) 18:28.9.
Local Finisher: 63. Allie Zofkie (Wapakoneta) 19:33.8.

was summer running; already


they were asking about what
they want to do next summer
and what are their goals.
Weve got five of our
top seven back, and thats
a lot better than what we
had last year. These kids are
young and typically theyll
really make a big jump from
their freshman to their sophomore years. Now that they
know what the expectation
is, they are going to work a
whole lot harder next summer. They have the potential
and obviously a lot of things
can change, but they have
the potential to be as good or
better than this years team.
While this was the first
time on the state course for Ottovilles Brendon Siefker crosses the finish line in fourth
many of the Lancers, it was place Saturday at National Trail Raceway in Hebron.
the last time that Neate and
Snyder, Lincolnviews two
seniors, would run.
representative,
Preston him. Its a lot better going
They took their last Brubaker, was 58th (17:00.1). as a team. Basically, we did
step as a high school cross
He was shooting for some speed work the concountry runner on the state 16:40. It was his second-best ditioning is not an issue
course, Langdon said of time ever, so it wasnt and told him to really enjoy
the seniors who competed at bad, said his coach, Terry the experience.
National Trail the last three Schnipke. The key is everySchnipke hopes not only
years. When they look back, body at the meet is fast Brubaker but the rest of his
thats the memory that they people are winning it in the teammates will have that
are going to always have. low 15s so its going to be chance to run at National
They couldnt have run a a fast race to begin with.
in future years.
step further; they did everyHe is only a junior, so
The adrenaline is really
thing that was possible for flowing at the start and run- weve talked already about
them. That leaves a pretty ners want to get off quickly; that and what he has to do to
strong legacy for the under- Preston told me he went out get back there and be better.
classmen.
too fast for the first mile and He knows he needs to put
I cant say enough about struggled after that.
in more miles in the off-seaTrevor and Colton and what
The difficult thing about son he didnt have the
theyve meant to our pro- preparing for this meet is kind of summer he needed,
gram. In a year that was real- you want your guys to stay the coach added. Wed like
ly difficult for us to make it sharp and yet be fresh. He to see his teammates do the
back, they led the team and also didnt have anyone else same in the off-season as
got us back here. It was pret- going, so his usual team- much as possible and see if
ty amazing.
mates werent there at prac- we can get there as a team.
Columbus Groves lone tice except one to push

Musings

(Continued from page 6)

His offenses havent been


the pass-happy, throw-it-assoon-as-you-get-off-the-busand-never-stop attacks of,
say, TCU or Baylor.
He has always tried to have
a more balanced offense and
use all the weapons his prodigious recruiting style typically brings in, such aswquarterbacks, wide receivers and
running backs.
Remember what he did for
one quarterback named Tim
Tebow?
Or a skilled athlete like
Percy Harvin?
Plus, his defenses have
generally been able to shut
down offenses.
Now, if J.T. has learned his
lesson, I think you will see
the real Ohio State Buckeyes
football team.
Some think he should have
gotten more games.
I would ask this, though;
what would happen if he had
simply been a normal student
and got caught?
I dont know for sure but
we all know the reality that
Big Men on Campus anywhere like football players
probably will get the benefit of the doubt.
For good or ill.

BOWLING
Monday Rec
Bunge
6-2
Honda Of Ottawa
5-3
Grothause Barber Shop
4-4
Dukes Sharpening
4-4
The Pittsters
4-4
Rustic
4-4
Delphos Rec Center
4-4
Jims Resturant
4-4
2 Lefts & A Right
3-5
Etta - Maze- Antiques
2-6
Games Over 160:
Steve Landwehr 193, Butch Prine
Jr. 192-208-168, Randy Ryan 212177, Terry Lindeman 192-178, Zach
Fischer 174-244-186, Phil Boes
222, Kody Richardson 223-194,
Mark Mansifield 205, Dave Breaston
197-213, Jeff Milligan 173-234-217,
Tom Honigford 210-174-188, Jeff
Rostorfer 200-192, Shawn Allemeier
217-256-215, Michael Mesker 187167, Chris Martin 194-176-166, Don
Albrittain 190-176-168, Gig Kimmett
169-160-205, Jerry Looser 212-178203, Tim Martin 170-201-185, Jason
Schnipke 168, Bruce Vanmetre 175172-245, Harold Beckner 162, Dave
Kill 189-160-162, Greg Kill 177-197195, Dave Good 169, Ryan Kriegel
181-171, Ryan Robey 243-183-184.
Series Over 525:
Butch Prine Jr. 568 Randy Ryan
533 Zach Fischer 604 Kody Richardson 570, Dave Breaston 568 Jeff
Milligan 624 Tom Honigford 572 Jeff
Rostorfer 550 Shawn Allemeier 688,
Chris Martin 536 Don Albrittain 534
Gig Kimmett 534 Jerry Looser 593
Tim Martin 556 Bruce Vanmetre 592
Greg Kill 569 Ryan Robey 610
Monday Hi-Rollers
Rahrig Decals
6-2
Fusion Graphic
6-2
Dickmans Ins.
4-4
Five Star Pet Boarding
4-4
Dicks Chicks
2-6
Full Spectrum
2-6
K & M Tire
2-6
Games Over 150:
Kelly Hubert 154, Nikki Wenzlick

157-156-156, Jacquie Edwards


178, Doris Honigford 161, Donna
Bendele 177-167, Cheryl Gossard
160-174-190, Carol Ricker 157151-165, Brenda Riepenhoff 155161-151, Robin Allen 156-167-169,
Anita Stewart 151, Rachel Mahlie
159-201, Lizzie Rohlf 175, Lisa Vanmetre 194-195.
Series Over 500:
Cheryl Gossard 524, Rachel
Mahlie 503, Lisa Vanmetre 535.
Tuesday Early Birds
A.-Sherrick
49-31
Delphos Rec Center
48-32
Floors Done By 1
42-38
The 3 Bs
34-46
Duck Farts
34-46
So Chic
33-47
Games Over 150:
Mary White 152, Kendra Norbeck
158, Marianne Mahlie 179-152183, Lisa Douglas 190-212, Shirley
Hoehn 156, Robin Allen 167-171178, Nikki Rice 183-159-183, Sue
Karhoff 175-151, Shawn Heiing 154,
Doris Honigford 187-179, Cathy
Hughes 160 Judy Landwehr 172180, Chris Mahlie 227-216-227.
Series Over 500:
Marianne Mahlie 514, Lisa Douglas 537, Robin Allen 516, Nikki Rice
525, Doris Honigford 513.
Series Over 600:
Chris Mahlie 670.
Thursday Classic Six
American Pawn
54-34
Huey Investment
46-42
Delphos Rec Center
45-43
Main Street Market
31-57
Games Over 150:
Kathy Bryan 155, Susi Backus 155, Sandy Fischer 177-174,
Joyce Shirey 166-167-154, Gammy
Ellerbrock 171-153, Lois Moorman
153, Stacy Prine 158-192-178, Jodi
Moenter 166-153, Trina Schuerman
151-165, Tara Bowersock 169-186.
Series Over 500:
Stacy Prine 512.

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

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225
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230
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320

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355
355 Farmhouses
Farmhouses For
For Rent
Rent
360
360 Roommates
Roommates Wanted
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ESTATE/FOR SALE
SALE
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and Lots
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Condos
420
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Farms
425
425 Houses
Houses
430
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Mobile Homes/
Homes/
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Manufactured Homes
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435
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440
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310
310 Commercial/Industrial
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315
315 Condos
Condos
320
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House
325
325 Mobile
Mobile Homes
Homes
330
330 Office
Office Space
Space
335
335 Room
Room
340
340 Warehouse/Storage
Warehouse/Storage

515 AUCTIONS
AUCTION
DELPHOS Self Storage
Gressel Drive
Saturday, 11/21, 9:00am
Furniture, Standing Jewelry Box, Toys, etc.
Property Of:
Heather Vasquez
835 Skinner St.
Delphos, OH 45833

577

MISCELLANEOUS

LAMP REPAIR, table or


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

500
500 MERCHANDISE
MERCHANDISE
505
505 Antiques
Antiques and
and Collectibles
Collectibles
510
510 Appliances
Appliances
515
515 Auctions
Auctions

610 AUTOMOTIVE

To place an ad phone 419-695-0015 ext. 122

automatic transmission
standard transmission
differentials
transfer case
brakes & wheel bearings
2 miles north of Ottoville

419-453-3620
655

HOME REPAIR
AND REMODEL

POHLMAN
BUILDERS
GARAGES SIDING ROOFING
BACKHOE & DUMP TRUCK
SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATES
FULLY INSURED

POHLMAN
POURED
CONCRETE WALLS

Very affordable ranch with great location offering 3


bedrooms, 1 bath, large living room & eat-in-kitchen w/
range & refrigerator perfect for the retired person as it is on
a slab with only a small step to get in and out of the house
in the front and back. There is also a good-sized utility
and breezeway. The home includes 2 attached oversized
single car garages one on the front side & one on the
back accessed from the alley which would also make an
excellent workshop. Also includes attic storage above the
back garage & a full floored attic above the house accessible
from the front garage. $79,900
Don Putt 419-203-6954 #360

LAWN, GARDEN,
LANDSCAPING

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Specializing in

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520
520 Building
Building Materials
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525
525 Computer/Electric/Office
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530
530 Events
Events
535
535 Farm
Farm Supplies
Supplies and
and Equipment
Equipment
540
540 Feed/Grain
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545
545 Firewood/Fuel
Firewood/Fuel
550
550 Flea
Flea Markets/Bazaars
Markets/Bazaars
555
555 Garage
Garage Sales
Sales
560
560 Home
Home Furnishings
Furnishings
565
565 Horses,
Horses, Tack
Tack and
and Equipment
Equipment
570
570 Lawn
Lawn and
and Garden
Garden
575
575 Livestock
Livestock
577
577 Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
580
580 Musical
Musical Instruments
Instruments
582
582 Pet
Pet in
in Memoriam
Memoriam
583
583 Pets
Pets and
and Supplies
Supplies
585
585 Produce
Produce
586
586 Sports
Sports and
and Recreation
Recreation
588
588 Tickets
Tickets
590
590 Tool
Tool and
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Machinery

Transmission, Inc.

ROOM ADDITIONS

HOME FOR SALE

665

Residential
& Commercial
Agricultural Needs
All Concrete Work

Mark Pohlman

419-339-9084
cell 419-233-9460

L.L.C.

Trimming & Removal


Stump Grinding
24 Hour Service Fully Insured

KEVIN M. MOORE

(419) 235-8051
TEMANS
OUR TREE
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Trimming Topping Thinning


Deadwooding
Stump, Shrub & Tree Removal
Since 1973

419-692-7261

Bill Teman 419-302-2981


Ernie Teman 419-230-4890

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Window, Gutter &
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597 Storage
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640 Financial
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650
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660
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665
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COMMUNITY
SELF-STORAGE
GREAT RATES
NEWER FACILITY

419-692-0032
Across from Arbys

670

670
670 Miscellaneous
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675 Pet
Pet Care
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680
680 Snow
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685
685 Travel
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690
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695 Electrical
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700 Painting
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725
725 Elder
Elder Care
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800
800 TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION
805
805 Auto
Auto
810
810 Auto
Auto Parts
Parts and
and Accessories
Accessories
815
815 Automobile
Automobile Loans
Loans
820
820 Automobile
Automobile Shows/Events
Shows/Events
825
825 Aviations
Aviations

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SAFE &
SOUND

DELPHOS

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

419-692-6336

Hiring Full & Part Time Drivers


With 5+ OTR Experience
LTL loads are 90% no-touch freight.
Home on weekends & occasionally midweek. Pay avg $0.47 per mile, $59,000$65,000 per year, holiday pay & benefits
package available. Late model Kenworths
with diamond-tufted leather interior
with APU VIP package.

Call 419-222-1630

Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM

GARAGE DOOR AUCTION


SUNDAY, Nov. 15, at 1:00 p.m.
Located at Van Wert Co. Fairgrounds
VAN WERT, OHIO JUNIOR FAIR BUILDING

The fairgrounds are on Rt. 127 - South side of Van Wert, Ohio

GaraGe Doors

Garage doors 8, 9 10 , 12, 14, 15, 16, 18,


wide, residential & commercial garage
door openers, garage door hardware,
trim, track, and springs.

For more info, call 1-800-491-2575


or go to auctionZip.com
Terms: Cash, charge card and check w/positive I.D. 10%
buyers premium will be charged. Tax will be charged
unless you have vendors number. All purchased doors
must be removed 2 hours after completion of auction.

Van Wert Manor

160 Fox Road, Van Wert,


Ohio 45891 or visit

vanwertmanor.com
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ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SUPERVISOR
Requirements include a 2-year accounting degree
or related experience; ability to lead a team
effectively. Mon-Fri 8a-4:30p.
CLASS A CDL TRUCK DRIVER
Requirements include valid Class A license, clean
driving record, ability to lift up to 50 lbs, and must
be 21 years of age. Sun-Thurs 8:15p 6:00am.

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Accountants/Bookkeepers

Apply online or send resume to:

Shultz Huber & Associates, Inc. is a full service


accounting, tax and business consulting CPA
firm specializing in assisting businesses and their
owners plan for their future and achieve their
goals in an ever-changing financial and regulatory
environment.
We are continuing to grow and are seeking
candidates for an accountant position for our Van
Wert Ohio office. Associates degree in accounting
or extensive bookkeeping experience required
as well as strong work ethic and openness to
training. Public accounting experience is a plus.

Apprentice Mechanical
Apprentice Electrical
GROB Systems, Inc., located in Bluffton, Ohio, is a world leading European manufacturer
of high quality manufacturing systems for the automotive industry. We are currently
seeking candidates for our 4-year apprenticeship (Mechanical or Electrical) program.
GROB Systems is committed to providing our apprentices with the education and the
knowledge they need to successfully advance in the manufacturing industry.

Please email resume to info@sha-cpa.com

Requirements:
Must be high school graduate
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must have desire to work in a manufacturing environment
Must pass mechanical aptitude test
Must be willing to travel both international & domestic after completion of
program if requested.
First year students start at $10.00/hour. This entry level position involves two years of
practical training and two years of hands on training in the appropriate departments.
The apprenticeship program also includes college courses from a local institution. The
cost for the college courses will be covered by GROB, based on certain guidelines. Upon
successful completion of the apprenticeship program, not only will the employee be
placed as a regular, full time employee, but will also have had the opportunity to earn
an Associates Degree in their respective trade.
In addition to the programs provided, we offer a competitive benefit package including
health/dental/vision insurance and 401K. Only those willing to dedicate themselves to
the program need apply.
The testing will be held beginning Thursday, November 5, 2015 through Saturday,
November 21, 2015. If you are interested in becoming a part of our apprenticeship
program complete the registration online at:

Are you looking for a job near


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Marys, Ohio? Spherion has several
positions available, just for you! Great
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K&M Tire, PO Box 279, Delphos, OH 45833


email: hr@kmtire.com

INSIDE SALES CUSTOMER SERVICE


Area company has an immediate
opening for a full-time inside sales/
customer service position with
work hours of 8 a-4:30 p.
Job duties include, but are not
limited to:
Direct interaction with
customers via telephone
Order Entry
Invoicing and some aspects of
accounts receivable.
Applicants must be honest, hardworking, self-motivated individuals
that take pride in their work. Must
be able to communicate well, work
in a team setting, and the ability to
multi-task is a MUST!
A two or four-year business degree,
related field degree, or substantial
work experience is required.
We offer competitive wages, 401K,
dental, standard, and life insurance,
paid holidays and vacations.

Apply in person or
send resume to:

TEEM WHOLESALE, Inc.

GROB Systems, Inc.


Attn: Training Supervisor
1070 Navajo Drive
Bluffton, OH 45817
phone: 419-358-9015
E.O.E.

If interested, applicants can


apply in person at:

Opportunity is waiting for you at


K&M Tire!

00149672

ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE: Stephen J. Mansfield, 10100


Elida Road, P.O. Box 84, Delphos, Ohio 45833.

Van Wert Manor is looking for


State Tested Nursing Assistants
Nurses
Food Service Employees in the
Dietary Department
Housekeeping
Position available for both full time and
part time. Full time positions include
health benefits, vacation benefits, and
401K options.

COmplETE AUCTION SERvICE

1. Initial bids must be postmarked or delivered to the Law


Office of Stephen J. Mansfield no later than by 4:00 P.M.
on November 19, 2015 at P.O. Box 84, 10100 Elida Rd.,
Delphos, Ohio 45833.

OWNER: Edward T. Etzkorn, Executor for the Estate of


Marie Agnes Etzkorn.

Looking for a Career in the


field of Helping Others?
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at Van Wert Manor!

OWNER: SHOFF DOOR CO.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

4. Taxes will be pro-rated to the date of closing. Any survey


costs for parcels shall be paid by the seller.

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SELF-STORAGE

39.192 Acres located in the Southwest Quarter of Section


13, Town 3 South, Range 4 East, in Spencer Township, Allen
County, Ohio.

3. The successful bidder(s) shall be required to make a down


payment of $5,000.00 on November 21, 2015, the balance
due within thirty (30) days.

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

I, Edward T. Etzkorn, Executor for the Estate of Marie Agnes


Etzkorn am offering the following real estate by sealed bids:

2. Initial bids will be opened on November 20, 2015 at 10:00


A.M. at the office of Stephen J. Mansfield, located at 10100
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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Enjoy a sweet ending to a traditional meal

Leche Frita
(Crisp Custard Squares)
Serves 6
18
fluid ounces creamy
milk
3
strips lemon zest
1/2 cinnamon stick
4
ounces
superfine
sugar, plus extra for dusting
4
tablespoons
corn
starch
2
tablespoons flour

large egg yolks


Sunflower oil

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20


Aries, things go well in your
love life this week, especially
after you let go of the reins
for a little while. You will
be surprised at what comes
when you accept change.

for

frying
2
eggs, to coat
6
tablespoons bread
crumbs
Ground cinnamon
for dusting
Bring the milk, lemon zest,
cinnamon stick, and sugar to
a boil in a saucepan, stirring
gently. Cover and leave off the
heat to infuse for 20 minutes.
Put the cornstarch and flour
in a bowl and beat in the egg
yolks with a wooden spoon.
Start adding some of the milk
until the batter is smooth.
Strain in the rest of the hot
milk, then pour back into the
pan. Cook over a low heat,
stirring continuously. It will
not curdle, but does thicken
unevenly if you let it. Cook
for a couple of minutes until it becomes a thick custard
that separates from the side
of the pan. Beat it hard with
the spoon to keep it smooth.
Pour into a small baking tray,
smoothing to a square, about 8
x 8 inches and 1/2 inch deep.
Cool and then chill.
Pour oil into a shallow skillet to a depth of about 1/2 inch
and heat until very hot. Cut
the custard into 12 squares.

Horoscopes

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21


Resist the urge to feel slighted when others dont pay you
the attention you think you
deserve, Taurus. Your efforts
are being noticed, and they
will pay dividends in the long
run.
GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21
Put your worries aside, Gemini. This week you will be
floating on a cloud. Something special comes your
way, and the next week
should be filled with laughter.
Beat the eggs on a plate
and lift half the squares into
the egg with a metal spatula.
Coat, then lift them onto
a tray of crumbs (big, stale
crumbs are best, but dried will
do), and coat all around.
Lift them with a clean palette knife into the oil and

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22


Dont allow indecision to
keep you from your ultimate
goal this week, Cancer. Do
your best to keep an open
mind and have confidence in
your ability to make the right
call.

fry for a couple of minutes,


spooning the oil over the top,
until golden. Reserve on paper towel while you fry the
second batch. Dust with sugar
and cinnamon before serving.
They can be served hot as
well, but are excellent when
LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23
chilled.
You are spurred on by other
peoples energy this week,
Leo. The more social engagements you can set up the
better off you will be. Host a
party or enjoy a night on the
town.

Great gifts to make any sports fan happy


Finding the perfect holiday gift for the
family sports fan can be fun for shoppers
who also cant get enough of their favorite sports. But shoppers who dont know
the Super Bowl from the World Series
might not have the first idea about what
to get the person on their list who seemingly spends all of his or her free time
following the home team.
Fortunately, shoppers dont need to
know a lot about sports to find holiday
gifts that will elicit cheers from their favorite sports fans. The following are just
a handful of gifts that would make any
sports fan happy this holiday season.

Championship tickets
Many sports fans dream of attending a
championship game, whether that game
is the Super Bowl in the National Football League, the World Series in Major
League Baseball, an NBA Finals game,
or whatever sport most stokes a particular sports fans passion. Tickets have
long been a go-to gift for sports fans, but
holiday shoppers who want to go above
and beyond may want to purchase tickets to the championship of a friend or
loved ones favorite sport. Super Bowl
tickets tend to be the most expensive
tickets in American sports, and such a
costly gift might be more than your holiday budget can handle. Championships

in other sports tend to be expensive, but


more reasonably priced than Super Bowl
tickets. If possible, ask a friend or relative to split the cost of a pair of tickets.

Television
Many sports fans now prefer to watch
their favorite sports on television rather
than in person. Remarkable advancements in technology have made watching the game at home not much different
than being there in person, and watching
from home wont require fans to pay for
travel, parking or tickets. A new smart
television that makes it possible for
sports fans to stream out-of-town games
or watch online highlights on big screens
may be just the thing your favorite fanatic is hoping for this season.
Gym or league membership
Some sports fans are not merely content to watch their favorite sports; they
also want to compete. Devoted fans of
mixed martial arts might appreciate
a membership to a local MMA gym,
where they can mimic their favorite
competitors moves all while getting
in shape and meeting like-minded men
and women who share their passion for
MMA. Offer to pay for the first several
months of a loved ones membership, or
if your budget allows, buy a 12-month

Did you know?

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22


Virgo, stay busy this week
with tasks that keep your
mind occupied. You can use
a few pressure-free days, and
staying busy will prevent you
from worrying.
LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23
Things may reach a critical
point this week, Libra. How
you react in tough situations
will give others a good indication of how reliable you
can be.

Tickets to a big-time game or event


is one holiday gift no sports fan will
ever forget.
membership. If MMA is not your loved
ones thing, then pay his or her entry
fees into a local sports league, such as a
summer softball league or a competitive
SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22
basketball league for adults.
Scorpio, take a few deep
breaths when confronted with
Attire
The sports attire business is booming, an issue. Taking a step back
and no sports fans wardrobe is complete can provide a new perspecwithout a handful of items that profess tive that can help you solve a
his or her love for a favorite team. Visit a problem thats puzzled you to
local sporting goods store to stock up on this point.
clothes that help your favorite fan fit in
when he or she attends a game or visits SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/
a nearby bar or restaurant to take in the Dec 21
Now is a great time to tell
game with fellow fans.

Thinking of recycling in financial terms may make some people more apt to recycle, especially when it comes to aluminum cans. According to Dirty Metals, a research publication
produced by Oxfam America, Inc., more than 50 million aluminum cans are tossed into the trash
rather than recycled each year. That scrap metal is estimated to be valued at $750 million. Many
stores have bottle- and can-deposit collection centers that provide a cash return for returned
cans. Recycling scrap metal also helps reduce the production of new cans, which has a trickle-down effect on consumers. Reducing costs associated with mining for aluminum and new can
production helps keep costs down in the long run.

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anyone else?
Do you have a desire to
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people and news in the
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AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb


18
This is a good week to make
a bold move, Aquarius. Keeping your feelings inside will
not produce results. Take action and you will be glad you
did.
PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20
Tasks may need a little more
attention this week, Pisces. If
things seem to take a bit longer, exercise some patience
and you will solve the problem.
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NOVEMBER 8
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Musician (24);
NOVEMBER 9
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Adam Dunn, professional
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NOVEMBER 10
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(32); Mackenzie Phillips (55)
actress
NOVEMBER 11
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Schlossberg, attorney/author
(57)
NOVEMBER 12
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(33); Cote de Pablo, actress/
singer (35)
NOVEMBER 13
Jimmy Kimmel, Comic (48);
Whoopi Goldberg, comedian/
actress (59)
NOVEMBER 14
Travis Barker, Musician (40);
Claude Monet, painter (18401926); Paul Keating, politician (71)

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known for my unique hairstyle and achy-breaky heart.

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20
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tastes. Puddings also are not
very filling, meaning there
will always be room for a little
bit of a treat.
The following recipe for
Leche Frita from M. Teresa
Seguras Spain (Fall River
Press) is popular throughout
northern Spain. It combines
a meltingly creamy center
with a crunchy coating. The
squares can be enjoyed hot or
cold.

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Movie Review

Steve Jobs

"Opposites Day"

Directed by Danny Boyle


R

Steve Jobs was a digital


pioneer and technological
entrepreneur whose ferocious
drive and tenacious zeal for
perfection lead to companies,
products and services that
today define much of the
worlds
lifestyle:
Mac
computers, iTunes, iPhones,
iPads, iPods and Pixar movies.
But Jobs wasnt successful
right off the batand his
life wasnt nearly as sleek
and smooth as the clean,
uncluttered lines of a thin,
new iPhone.
Im
poorly
made,
Jobs (Michael Fassbender)
confesses to his head of
marketing and longtime
business associate Joanna
Hoffman (Kate Winslet) in
Steve Jobs, the sprawling new
biopic directed by Danny
Boyle based on former Time
magazine editor Walter
Issacsons 2010 bestseller.
His former partner, Steve
Wozniak (Seth Rogen), comes
to agree. Your products are
better than you are, he tells
him.
The movie begins in 1984
at an event heralding the
launch of Jobs Macintosh
computer, which turned
out to be an overpriced,
underpowered flop and
ended his career at Apple, the
California computer company
he started in his garage in the
1970s with Wozniak. The film
continues through two other
acts, also around product
launches: Jobs NeXT cube,
in 1985 (another flop), and
then the 1998 unveiling of

Tech Titan Smart, savvy Steve Jobs shows the man


behind digital revolution, Steve Jobs, starring Michael
Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen & Jeff Daniels.

the iMac, which marked his


triumphant, full-circle return
to Apple.
Director Boyle, an Oscar
winner whose previous work
includes Slumdog Millionaire
and 127 Hours, keeps
things moving at an almost
breathless pace and uses three
different types of film (grainy
16mm, standard 35mm and
crisp, high-def digital) to
define each of the movies
trio of distinctive segments.
The screenplay by Oscarwinning screenwriter Aaron
Sorkin is full of the smart,
savvy, rat-a-tat-tat dialog that
made The Social Network,
Moneyball and the TV shows
The Newsroom and The West
Wing zip and zing.
As the man at the center
of it all, Fassbender portrays
Jobs across a span of three
decades and masterfully
summons the powerful
gravity that pulled other
objects into his orbitas
well as the icy, distant chill
that pushed most people
away, including his daughter,
Lisa (played at three different
ages and stages by Makenzie
Moss, Ripley Sobo and Perla

Haney-Jardine), by former
girlfriend Chrisann Brennan
(Katherine Waterson).
Jeff Daniels, a Sorkin
mainstay, plays Apple CEO
John Sculley, and Rogen
steps outside his usual stonercomedy roles as Wozniak,
who comes to resent his
former partners arrogance
and hubris, his dismissive
treatment of everyone who
was ever close to him, and
his rise to rock-god-like
stardom.
Jobswho died in 2011
from complications of a
pancreatic tumormay have
been a tech and marketing
genius, but Steve Jobs makes
it clear he could also be a
colossal jerk. To gazillions of
Apple product uses, however,
he became a guru, if not a
messiah. Maybe thats why
Doyles closing shotwith
Jobs bathed in blinding light,
beaming, walking slowly
into the camera before
disappearing into a wash of
whitelooks so much like a
resurrection.

Crossword Puzzle

Across
1. Grounds for a medal
6. Delta opening
11. Blackberry, e.g.
14. ___ and fauna
15. Bohemian
16. Hang loosely
17. TV show with
zombies, with "The"
19. Commercials
20. ___ Francisco
21. Kitchen cooker
23. Not a yes or no
29. Buttering up
30. Terre ___, IN
31. Comb stoppers
32. Twilled fabric
33. "Concentration"
pronoun
36. Emulates Eminem
37. ___ Jr. (burger
chain)
38. Celtic ministrel
39. "We ___ Family"
40. "I can do that"
41. Place
42. Leaf
43. Classic Nabokov
novel
44. Good guess
47. Ship board
48. Jonson work
49. Article in Die Welt
50. Seafood serving
58. Put two and two
together
59. Benefit
60. Skunk relative
61. Critical
62. Wizardry supplies
63. Cheese hunk

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1. Ex-GI's grp.
2. ___ carte (menu
phrase)
3. "U r a clown!"
4. Old sitcom planet
5. California fruit
6. Great: Prefix
7. Old California fort
8. Sport ___ (4 x 4
vehicle)
9. Body scanner org.
10. Add water to
11. Back-up strategy
12. Duck
13. Recess
18. Da ___, Vietnam

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23. Algerian money
24. Skip off
25. Partner of starts
26. Coffee holder
27. Country rocker
Steve
28. Coffee holders
29. Gumbo vegetable
32. French composer
Erik
33. "Weird" Al tune
34. Correspond
35. Writer Ferber
37. Irish native
38. Actor Lugosi
40. Tetanus spasm

41. By hook or by crook


42. Bleacher bum
43. Tops
44. Omit
45. Standard graph axes
46. Kit contents
47. Pinnacle
51. Charlottesville sch.
52. "Gee whiz!"
53. Auction action
54. Road with a no.
55. "___ be a pleasure!"
56. Actress Ryan
57. Ante-

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Next Generation
HONOR ROLL

Franklin
Elementary
School
First grade
Citizienship Award
Quinton
Edwards,
Anastasia Stephens-Burk,
Natalie Hempker, Shayla
Lineman, Karder Miller,
Alison Painter, Peyton
Sellers, Jakob Treadway.
Principals Award
Heaven Anthony, Skyelar
Carson, Jessalyn Carver,
Mylee Daley, Radli Long,
Erin Moening, Gavin Stant,
Brayden Strause, Dillon
Brown, Kali Coil, Aliyah
Durbin, Jude Contreras,
Grace McCluskey, Ava
Moening, Allie Moore,
Ayden Shock, Scarlet Thayer,
Phoenix
Tucker, Avah
Berkhoudt, Aliana Dukes,
Eric Gillett, Garrett Lee,
Dalton Opperman, Jaxon
Rahrig, Keira Ray, Parker
Shade, William Taggi, Brielle
Wright.
Wildcat Honor Awards
Brooklyn Wallace, Kellen
Brotherwood,
Kailynn
Halker, Gavin Howell,
Benjamin Johnson, Karlie
Rayle, Riley Shimizu, Dean
Trentman, Isabela Basinger,
Lexie Cheney, Kyrsten
Haehn, Jada Hosking, Isabela
Martinez, DaJuan Scales,
Jacob Trentman, Chelsie
Brotherwood.
Second grade
Citizienship Award
Ethan Anthony, Jason
Rosenbeck, Fulton Shirey,
Braxton Strayer, Nicholas
Edwards, Zaria Hartr, Blaine
Maloney, Ryan Bissonnette,
Ethan Bitters, Nichole
Ferguson, Braxton Hurles,
Manuel Martinez-Lopez,
Braiden McKee, Tyler
Rigdon.
Principals Award
Domonic
Boughan,
Kearah
Cain,
Landen
Dotson, Treyden Graham,
Annabelle Hoffman, Rayna
Kohler, Logan Lough, Asiah
Maloney, Evan Maye, Riley
Metzger, Logan Miller,
Hailey Norbeck, Melody
Richards, Dylan Wreede,
Brianna Bowen, Alex Groch,
Jace Harter, Matthew Kriegel,
Nephtalie Miller, Lucas
Millmine, Gareth Montesano,
Jackson Reid, Elle Smith,
Kaleb Stechschulte, Eliza

Stemen, Sam Sterchak, James


Whitaker, Colin Wreede,
Hailey Acheson, Nakiyah
Kimmett, Lucas Keating,
Jace Lindeman, Colt Long,
Hunter Meiring, Jada Pepiot,
Dixie Richards, Hayden
Schimmoller, Landeon Stant,
Leanne Stanton, Caden
White.
Wildcat Honor Awards
Reese Frobase, Claire
Stokes, Corabel Mueller, Lily
Smith.
Third Grade
Citizienship Award
Karder Agner, Steven
Hesseling, Airamee Marks,
Nathaniel Miller, Dylan
Royster, Tyler Strayer,
Brayden Thompson, Jaden
Wallen, Cadence Betz, Piper
Osenga, Jarrett Radler, Ava
Schaffner, Audrey Sloan,
Ayden Weiss, Madilynn
Altman, Landon Belanger,
MaeLynn Clay, Madison
Cross, Gavin Eblin, Naudia
Kaverman, Jacob Keating,
Julianna Leach, Kiley Rigdon,
Brian Stechschulte, Taylor
Strayer, Alexis Trentman,
Derick Ward.
Principals Award
ssac Andrews, Olivia
Donathan, Brayden Fowler,
Saige Frobase, Makayla
Kennedy, Brock Schmitt,
Asher
Spring,
Nicole
Stevenson, Angel Garza,
Sam Hasting, Tanner Hetrick,
Megan Hoesten, Regan
Kohli, Emma Kunz, Delaney
Pavel, Blake Wagoner, Mason
Waltmire, Keaton Catlett,
Aubrey Dudgeon, Delilah
Pavel, Thomas Stanton,
Gwen Wagner, Greg Cline.
Wildcat Honor Awards
Brayden Wagner, Alaina
Fitch, Logan Gossett.
Fourth grade
Citizienship Award
Samantha Brotherwood,
Lucy Castiglia, Jayden
Dowdell, Wesley Ferguson,
Brionna Heiing, Alivia
Joseph, Kianna Mathison,
Aaron Pohlman, Maddisyn
Waltmire, Jade Williams, Isis
Cooper, Keilik Cross, Hailey
Czerwinski, James Hasting,
Hannah Joseph, Aiden
Lanteigne, Vincent Murray,
Alijah Petty, Annabelle
Stepleton, Ariel Wallace.
Principals Award
Eliza Anderson, Lucas
Clay, Austin Coil, Wiley
Dennard, Nolan Kunkleman,
Isaac Pennington, Abigail
Sterling, D.J. Betz, Madison

Burris, Emma Cooley, Paige


Cross, Chelsi Haggard, Gavin
Joseph, Katelyn Knepper,
Ethan
Kohler,
Fallon
Merschman, Eli Mueller,
Jislynn
Thomas,
Matt
Weitzel.
Wildcat Honor Awards
Xachaary Houx and
Cheyenne Weber.
Fifth grade
Citizienship Award
Cody Bailey, Eli Coil,
Brooke
Hoyt,
Dakota
McCluskey, Peyton Schmitt,
Kylee Smith, Jayden Atkins,
Cole Brooks, Rebecca Burk,
M.J. Finkhousen, Liberty
Hutchison, Abe Martinez,
Abby Prine, Cierra Roeder,
Raiden Sams, Kayla Smith.
Principals Award
Emily Cline, Hailey
Kimmel, Jesse Long, Jaden
Lucas, Paige Mericle Colin
Schaffner, Julia Wallen,
Natilie
Altman,
Coby
Anspach, Ava Armakovitch,
Libby Baker, Tyler Dellinger,
Kyle Johnson, Logan Murray,
Daniel Myers, Libby Osenga,
Eliza Speakman, Tanner
Voorhees.
Wildcat Honor Awards
Marxen Bolinger, Julian
Calvelage, Aubriegh Foust,
Rylynn Marquiss, Sonya
Roeder,
Rachel
Ryan,
Braxton Sherrick, Mark
Stemen, Kylee Dienstberger,
Damon Gibson, Payton
Shade, Serenity Sites.

Jefferson
Middle School

All A Honor Roll


Grade 6
Haylee Bayman, Jaina
Bloom, Makenna Cooley,
Jessica Dudgeon, Jacob
Evans-Simmons,
Alexis
Gossett, Kaylee Grant, Ian
Rex, Kendall Schrader.
Grade 7
Alivia Carpenter, Nicholas
Curth, Delaney Deuel,
Emily Dienstberger, Logan
Gallmeier, Jacob Groch,
Danielle Hohlbein, Jenna
Illig, Karlyn Mawhorr, Emma
Mueller, Rileigh Rahrig,
Emmalee Riddell, Gregory
Rose, Riley Smith, Karlie
Ulm, Noel Warnement,
Damon Wiltsie, Joshua
Wiseman, Troy Wolfe.
Grade 8
Anna
Cline,
Zack
Dudgeon,
Alex
East,
Kara Gossman, Samantha
Knepper, Ayron McClurg,
Sydnie McGue, Ashton
Moore, Audrey North, Jarrod
Radabaugh, Jayla Rostorfer,
Trysten Smith, Audryanna
Stewart-Phillips, Courtney
Teman, Kalie Ulm and Megan
Weitzel.
A-B Honor Roll
Grade 6
Iszabel Anderson, Colin
Bailey, Cole Binkley, Grace
Bridges, Elizabeth Chung,
Makenzi Coffey, Audrey

Coil, Joseph Dailey, Hunter


Graham, Tory Higbie, Xandra
Houx, Renee Kyburz, Alycia
Lindeman, Ulises LopezEscamilla, Isabella Lucas,
Garret Martin, Josie McGue,
Jenna Mossing, Garrett
Richardson, Jenna Rode,
Paige Scott, Kaden Smith,
Anna Spring, Madeline
Weitzel and Kaylin Wreede.
Grade 7
Madison
Bremer,
Brooke Brinkman, Kaylee
Buzard, Alexa Chung,
Ethan Dunlap, Anna Fitch,
Keaton Gerdeman, Julian
Grant, Harley Menke, Sarah
Metzner, Owen Miller,
Tyrayna Olmeda, Sophia
Pimpas, Dalton Place, Joshua
Radler, Skyler Voorhees and
Ian Wannemacher.
Grade 8
Dylan Anthony, Collin
Arroyo, Kentryan Brocka,
Jeffrey Caputo, Trevor
Cross, Matteson Fair-Sevitz,
Madison Farler, Rebecca
Hubbard, Logan Hubert,
Caleb
Jarman,
Jaylen
Jefferson, Nathan Johnson,
Brady Johnston, Chloe
Kunkleman, Shelby Maloney,
Bridget Martin, Zoe Martin,
Benjamin McKee, Quintin
Miller, Kane Plescher, John
Pseekos, Braxton Scalf, Zach
Stemen, Sonya Thompson
and Sabastian Umfleet.

Jefferson
High School

4.0
Seniors
Bailey Gorman, Emily
Marks, Trey Smith and Claire
Thompson.
Sophomores
Devyn Carder, Tyler Klint,
Sarah Miller, Jayden Moore,
Aaron Stant and Casey
Williams.
Freshman
Samuel Harvey
3.5 - 3.9
Seniors
Rachel Carl, Michael Cline,
Samantha Farler, Brooke
Gallmeier, Logan Hamilton,
Halee Heising, Noah Illig, Eli
Kimmett, Samantha Klint,
Bryce Lindeman, Austin
Lucas, Gage Mercer, Tatiana
Olmeda, Jessica Pimpas,
Adam Rode, Easton Siefker,
Christian Stemen, Taylor
Stroh and Sophia Thompson.
Juniors
Cole Arroyo, Connor
Berelsman,
Kelsey
Berelsman, Hunter Binkley,
Viktoria Brunswick, Brent
Buettner, Jamie Bullock,
Kathryn Caputo, Benjamin
Curth, Danielle Dancer,
Corey Dudgeon, Sarah
Fitch, David Grant, Alesha
Harshman, Jacob Harvey,
Madison Jenkins, Lindsey
Jettinghoff, Lauryn McCann,
Tristan Moore, Regan Nagel,
Dylan Overholt, Wyatt Place,
Jace Stockwell, Hannah Stoll,
Kaytlin Ward, Kylie White,
Bethany Williams and Kiya
Wollenhaupt.

Sophomores
Kaelin Anders, Brenen
Auer, Alyxis Carpenter, Jessie
Chandler, Kristina Claypool,
Sarah Cline, Megan Cooley,
Cirstie Deckard, Holly
Dellinger, Jason Ditto,
Jennifer Ditto, Jenna Dunlap,
Kali Edgington, Greta Fitch,
Abbigail German, Trey
Gossman, Maggie Kimmett,
Alaina Kortokrax, Jenna
Lambert, Kali Lindeman,
Caleb
Lucas,
Kendall
Marquiss, Dre McLellanReed, Devina Menke, Brice
Metzger, Kaitlin Pohlman,
Nathan Pohlman, Evan
Poling, Meghan Ream, Alex
Rode, Shayna Sanchez,
Marissa Sheeter, Macy
Wallace, Hannah Welker and
Sara Zalar.
Freshmen
Conner Anspach, Hailey
Brenneman, Emily Buettner,
Katie Bullock, Avery Godwin,
Kylie
Gossett,
Lauren
Grothaus, Kaitlin Hamp,
Allyson Hasting, Rylee
Heiing, Alyssa Hohlbein,
Rachel Kroeger, Elijah Lucas,
Brayden McClure, Jacob
McClure, Allison McClurg,
Kole McKee, Dylan Nagel,
Maggie Ream, Victoria
Redmon, Michelle Rode and
Brady Welker.
3.0 - 3.49
Seniors
Corbin Betz, Victoria
Black, Tyler Brown, Becca
Bullock, Shyanne Caudill,
Tristan Fetzer, Cole Gasser,
Ryan
Goergens,
Asya
Hamilton,
Mackenzie
Harvey, Dylan Hicks, Blake
Kimmet, Alexa Marlow, Bria
McClure, Austin Metzger,
Zac Scirocco, Anna Slonaker,
Madison Smith, Kiersten
Teman, Grant Wallace and
Sophia Wilson.
Juniors
Steven Anthony, Jarrett
Backus, Jakob Blackburn,
Jacob
Boop,
Taylor
Coronado, Makaya Dunning,
Megan German, Devon
Hall, Mackenzie Hammons,
Danielle Harman, Kaylin
Hartsock, Caleb Haunhorst,
Spencer
Jones,
Kevin
Kramer, Victoria Krendl,
Quinn LeValley, Evan Mox,
Abigail Parkins, Drew Reiss,
Addison
Schimmoeller,
Victoria Schleeter, Drake
Schmitt, Cheyanna Scirocco,
Brayden
Siefker
and
Alexander Theobald.
Sophomores
Tyler Bratton, Troy
Dudgeon, Gavin Dunlap,
Taylor Kunkleman, Tristine
Lehmkuhle, Sierra Marlow,
Scott Mills, Parker Poling,
Brooke Rice, Tyler Shrider,
Madison Spring, Davion
Tyson, Nicholas Vulgamott
and Eli Wurst.
Freshmen
Sidney Claypool, Madison
Geise, Cole Haunhorst,
Kyleigh Hefner, Kayla
Horton, Destiny Mahler,
Faith Maurer, Madison
McConnahea, Avery Mercer,
Minnie Miller, Serenna
Moening, Dante Sampson,
Ashlin Schimmoeller, John
Short, Darius Shurelds, Asya
Slygh, Haley Smith and
Kyrstin Warnecke.

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Lincolnview

Gold Honor Roll (3.7004.0)


Seventh grade
Jacob Allen, Brok Bill,
Riley Boroff, Carson Bowen,
Jacob Bowersock, Justin
Braun, Dylann Carey, Aaron
Cavinder, Destiny Coil, Mia
Damman, Elizabeth Eaton,
Brianna Ebel, Cole Gorman,
Ashley Hertel, Creed Jessee,
Anastasia Kuentzler, Madison
Langdon, Clayton Leeth, Peter
McMaster, Anne Mendenhall,
Ambrion Merriman, Daniel
Miller, Evan Mongold, Elaina
ONeill, Collin Overholt,
Zander Pence, Christapher
Piske, Caleb Price, Ariel
Pruden, Brice Pruden,
Brandon Rengifo, Jessica
Reynolds, Kassidy Ringwald,
Alexander Rosbaugh, Dylan
Schimmoeller, Samantha
Sellers, Xander Stemen,
Kacey Stewart, Gage West.
Eighth grade
Devon Bill, Lana Carey,
Logan Daeger, Madelyn
Dunn, Zoey font, Clayton
Harris, Ryan Knisely, Haylee
Kohler, Desiree Reinhart,
Noah Riley, Joseph Sadowski,
Hanna Scaggs, Victoria

Snyder, Jaden Spray.


Blue Honor Roll (3.3303.669)
Seventh Grade
Haylie Adkins, Adam
Berryman, Winter Boroff,
Fletcher Collins, Katelyn
Cunningham,
Izabel
Donnelly, Kayleigh Ickes,
Delandy Keysor, Madysen
Glossett, Makenna Mason,
Camden Miller, Landon
Moody, Emma Partin, Ethan
Rinehart, Louis Ulrey,
Hannah Zickefoose.
Eighth grade
Austin Agler, Kaleb
Allenbaugh,
Megan
Ashley, Tori Boyd, Andrew
Brenneman, Gavin Carter,
Kerstin Davis, Jordan Decker,
Derick Doner, Kegan Dougal,
Caleb Ericson, Becca Kesler,
Bradley Korte, Shiann Kraft,
Alexis Marie Miller, Alexis
Nikole Miller, Jasmine
Miller, Shania Profit, Jared
Rusk, Kirsten Stemen.
Lincolnview High School
Gold Honor Roll (3.704.0)
Freshmen
Hatti Bouillon, Alek
Bowersock, Lakin Brant,
Rylee Byrne, Ryleigh Dye,
Braxton Fox, Kylie Hohman,
Brayden Langdon, Erin
Miller, Kylee Mongold,
Abigail Myers, Andrew
Robinson, Madeline Snyder,
Thad Walker, Adia Welch,
Austin Welker, Carly Wendel,
Courtney West.
Sophomores
Kaitylyn
Brenneman,
Frankie Carey, Alexandra
Crow, Madison Dickson,
Shae Hines, Alena Looser,
Cameron McAbee, Marissa
Miller, Dylan Neate, Chayten
Overholt, Haley Pollock,
Caden Ringwald, Kayla
Schimmoeller, Mackenzie
Shepherd, Sydni Thatcher,
Trinity Welch.
Juniors
Macala Ashbaugh, Allison
Berryman, Ethan Culp,
McKenzie Davis, Ryanne
DuCheney, Andrew Fickert,
Casey Garay, Kaytlynn
Gellenbeck, Zania Hasty,
Zoe
Miller,
Nicholas
Motycka, Joshah Rager,
Kayla Schroeder, Brooke
Thatcher, Katlyn Wendel,
Dillan Woods.
Seniors
Chandler Adams, Allison
Bendele, Savannah Bigham,
Ashton Bowersock, Gwen
Burdette, Sarah Cowling,
Morgan Dougal, Leslie
Foster, Anna
Gorman,
Dustin Hale, Madison Jones,
Samantha Klausing, Lauren
Leatherman, Austin Leeth,
Hayden Ludwig, Trevor
Neate, Autumn Proctor, Max
Rice, Brooke Schroeder,
Parker Sealscott, Colton
Snyder, Braden Thatcher,
Briggs Thatcher, Whitney
Welker, Derek Youtsey
Blue Honor Roll (3.704.0)
Freshmen
Coty Baer, Raegan Boley,
Brendan Hanf, Joachim
Hansen-Baun,
Jacob
Hauenstein, Ethan Kemler,
Levi McMaster, Morgan
Miller, Ryan Moody, Samuel
Myers, Jared Pollock, Keayra
Rainey, Savannah Ridgway,
Maria Sarver, Cassidy
Sell, Grant Slusher, Ethan
Swallow, Karter Tow, Logan
Williams.
Sophomores
Nykeely
Billingham,
Trinitey
Brown,
Luke
Bullinger, Lakin Clemons,
Keegan
Cowan,
Noah
Daeger, Kailey Denman,
Olivia Gorman, Ashton
Hilleary, Emilie Jones, Miah
Katalenas, Tristin Miller,
Nathan ONeill, Nadia Paron,
Louis Rammel, Hannah
Riley, Jayna Roberts, Braxten
Robey, Allison Warnement,
Alana Williams.
Juniors
Taylor Braun, Kelsey
Brenneman, Hunter Bugh,
Jayden Dickson, Austin
Elick, Abbie Enyart, Skyler
Friemoth, Makenzie Kraft,
Claira Rhoades.
Seniors
Gracelyn Gorman, Dakota
Hammons, Ethan Kleman,
Alyssa Matthews, Braxton
Matthews, Taite McKinney,
Kershin Pavel, Catlyn Richey,
Jalen Roberts, Lincoln
Schaffner, Skyler Whitaker.

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HONOR ROLLS
St. Johns
Elementary School
Fifth Grade
First Honors 4.0
Melanie Gerdeman and Lillyan Vonderwell.
Second Honors 3.5 3.99
Eleece Becker, Myah Boggs, Jacob
Bonifas, Mia Conley, Ethan Druckemiller,
Hopelyn Friedrich, Jack Gerker, Kyle
German,Kaili Gillespie, Landen Grothaus,
Kayla Grothouse, Gavin Holdgreve, Camryn
Muhlenkamp, Nolan Schwinnen, Peyton
Stabler, Victoria Stemen, Curtis Swick, Riley
Taylor, Chloe Wellman, Caden Wright and
Ashley Youngpeter.
Third Honors 3.0-3.49
Tyler Herron, Maya Ostendorf, Camden
Teman and Morgan Tyson.
Sixth Grade
First Honors 4.0
Dillon Cross, Jillian Dickman, Halle Elwer,
Landon Elwer, Adara Fuerst, Gavin Fittro,
Brady Kerner, Garret Mueller and Andrew
Palt.
Second Honors 3.5 3.99
Gavin Becker, J. J. Bonifas, Logan
Dickman, Karissa Fish, Marcus Freewalt,
Rose Giambruno-Fuge, Alexander Gerow,
Caitlin Gordon, Mahlon Haunhorst, Adelyn
Martin, Jacob Miller, Stephanie Neumeier,
Nicole Pohlman, Blake Ricker, Devin
Sanders, Avery Schulte, Braysen Schulte,
Abigail Shafer, Alexis Skym, Aidan Troyer,
Mason Vonderwell, Lydia Werts and Marissa
Wieging.
Third Honors 3.0 3.49
Emma Buettner, Nathan Gable, Jaycee
Klinger, Caden Meyer, Wesley Schier, Alexis
Teman, Zane Wertenberger and Brady Zalar.
Distinguished 4.0

St. Johns High School

Seventh grade
Jayna Friemoth, Paige Gaynier, Elizabeth
Gerow, Lillian Hempfling, Erika Moenter,
Curtis Mueller and Elizabeth Wrasman.
Eighth grade
Hannah Will
Freshmen
Sydney Eley and Adam Gerker.
Sophomores
Lucy Bonifas, Troy Elwer, Kelsey Martz,
Matthew Miller and Collin Will.
Juniors
Courtney Wrasman
Seniors
Connor Britt
Excellent 3.5 3.99
Seventh grade
Brianna Altenburger, Caitlin Cox, Katlynn
Feathers, Jason Gillespie, Derek Haggard,
Leah Hodgson, Jenna Ladd, Addison Mueller,
Jeffrey Odenweller, Rylee Pohlman, Abra
Riley, Jada Schafer, Michaela Shawhan,
Reagan Ulm and Cassidy Werts.
Eighth grade
Adam Bockey, Abigail Bonifas, Reagan
Clarkson, Gage Dickman, Adam Fischer,
Jenia Freewalt, Aubrie Friemoth, Jill Gemmer,
Leah Hays, Abby Hensley, Paige Kline, Devin

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Lindeman, Anna May, Allison Miller, Collin


Muhlenkamp, Gunnar Stemen, Haley Teman,
Alaina Thornton, Cody Williams and Mark
Wrasman.
Freshmen
Grant Csukker, Trevor German, Halle Hays,
Rachel Hellman, Jarad Hesseling, Amber
Palte, Erin Pohlman, Luke Reindel, Tyler
Ruda, Addison Sheeter, Trent Vonderwell,
Elizabeth Vorst, Justin Wieging and Jared
Wurst.
Sophomores
Elizabeth Csukker, Matthew Dickrede,
Madison Ellis, James Garrett III, Annette
Klausing, Marie Mueller, Cole Reindel, Adam
Schneer and Abigail Stocksdale.
Juniors
Alexis Deffenbaugh, Ryan Dickman, Jace
Fish, Jessica Geise, Allison Gerberick, Maya
Gerker, Bailey Gordon, Halee Grothouse,
Deven Haggard, Jana Hamilton, Connor
Hesseling, Jared Honigford, Kristina Koester,
Brooklyn Mueller, Evyn Pohlman, Nicholas
Pohlman, Quincy Querry, Aaron Schnipke,
Abbey Sheeter, Patrick Stevenson, Mackenzie
Stose and Joshua Warnecke.
Seniors
Derek Anthony, Alexander Bonifas,
Madelyn Buettner, Sydney Fischbach,
Alexandria Hays, Lanna Klausing, Evan
Mohler, Anna Mueller, Curtis Pohlman,
Madeline Pohlman, Rachel Pohlman and
Alaina Utrup.
MERIT 3.0 3.4
Seventh grade
Abby Buettner, Courtney Ebbeskotte,
Matthew Kahny, Nathan Kerzee, Allison
Kramer, Trent Lindeman, Chase Martin, Kylie
OConnor, Emma Reindel, Kambrynn Rohr,
Anna Schneer, Troy Smith, Ryan Stricker,
Renee Unland
Eighth grade
Hannah Elwer, Blake Fischbach, Isaac
Gable, Brady Grothaus, Noah Heiing, Keaton
Jackson, Jared Lucas, Braeden Parrish and
Jacob Wrasman.
Freshmen
Hunter Bonifas, Makayla Herron, Dominic
Hines, Ethan Kerzee, Caroline Kopack, Kelly
Krites, Abigail Meyer, Kylee Moenter, Kayla
Pohlman, Anthony Sanders, Cassidy Schafer,
Josie Schulte, Emma Shafer, Skye Stevenson
and Colin White.
Sophomores
Hannah Bockey, Allison Buettner, Olivia
Buettner, Kennedy Clarkson, Richard
Cocuzza, Brooke Hodgson, Mykenah Jackson,
Corey Koverman, Benjamin Mohler, Haley
Rode and Cody Wright.
Juniors
Brandy Baldauf, Madison Buettner, Jordan
Castle, Chandler Clarkson, Kelsi Gillespie,
Jacob Hellman, Jaret Jackson, Madison
Jettinghoff, Derek Klausing, Evan Krites,
Baylee Lindeman, Seth Linder, Austin Lucas,
Lexi Pohlman, Aaron Reindel, Brooke
Richardson, Breece Rohr, Madilynn Schulte,
Brett Vonderwell and Jacob Youngpeter.
Seniors
Emilie Buettner, Hayley Jettinghoff,
Olivia Kahny, Bailey Kill, Megan Maas,
Avery Martin, Brittany Schrader, Samantha
Stevenson, Ashlyn Troyer and Erin Williams.

(above) With the help of FFA members, auctioneers displayed featured works on an
easel, placidly exhorting the crowd to bid high.
(below) An assortment of wines, cheeses, hors doeurves and pastries were kept on hand
for attendees to nosh during the event. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

Rosary Altar Society holds


annual craft show in Ottoville

Mom to Mom sale planned in Ottoville


Information submitted

OTTOVILLE The
Ottoville Mothers Club will
be hosting a Mom-to-Mom
Sale on Saturday, Nov. 21 at
the Ottoville Parish Center
from 8 a.m. until noon.
Anyone that would like to
attend is welcome to come
and shop. A $3 donation is
requested for admission to
the sale. Attendees will also
be able to purchase refreshments, donuts and pizza
while they are shopping.
The purpose of this sale

is to provide moms with a


venue to sell their gently used
childrens clothes, toys, furniture and other items for cash.
With the timing of this sale,
moms can use this money to
generate extra cash for the
holidays. Many tables of gently used kids items will be
available for purchase. Tables
are still available for rent and
prices are one table for $10,
three tables for $25 or six
tables for $50. Please contact
Angie Grothause at 419-3029784 or Jen Walston at 419302-9461 to rent space.

The proceeds from this


event will go to the Ottoville
Playground Equipment Fund.
This non-profit organization was established by the
Ottoville Mothers Club to
purchase new playground
equipment for the Ottoville
Park. This equipment was
purchased and installed in
the summer of 2013. They
are still working on raising
money to install rubber tiles
underneath the playground
equipment. The account currently has over $12,000 of the
$50,000 needed.

The Parish Center at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Ottoville was


filled with crafts and buyers on Saturday. (DHI Media/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

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Berheide

(Continued from page 1A)

We had been training to invade Japan


but that ended that. Truman is my favorite
president because of that. Invading Japan
would have been a tough road to go,
Berheide said. The 3rd Marine Division
was deactivated in December that year and
I was sent to China with a military police
outfit to receive the prisoners being sent
back to Japan after the Battle of Guam.
On a leave in the states in 1946,
Berheide was stopped for speeding on his
way to Kalida.
He told the officer he was from China,
Bonnie recalled a story from Jim. Im sure
that was an interesting conversation.
In July 1947, he was stationed in Camp
Pendleton in San Deigo performing routine
Marine Corps duties.
When the uprising in North and South
Korea started the Korean War in 1950,
Berheide was assigned to recruiting school
at Parris Island and then sent to Cincinnati
and and then Springfield to recruit.
I had 33 high schools I was responsible for, Berheide said. I really enjoyed
talking to the kids and telling what the
Marines could do for them.
He was then stationed in Korea for
almost a year and came back to the states
to Camp Pendleton to train ground pounders.
I was training Marines for combat but
had really seen little of my own, Berheide
said.
The Vietnam War would be different.
I was sent to Vietnam in early 1965
with the last unit to go the 1st Battalion,
3rd Maines, Berheide said. When I got
to Vietnam, I joined the D Co. 3rd Marine
Division that was operating out of DNang.
In April, we went in by helicopter and came
under fire after a few days. I was shot in
the arm on April 2 and was sent to the USS
Repose, a hospital ship.
Berheide was sent right back into combat until that arm swelled and he was
evacuated back to a U.S. Naval hospital
in Philadelphia on Labor Day 1966 and
then to Camp Lejeune. In 1967, Berheide
was assigned to a med cruise ship for six
months when he got orders to go back to

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I was on a ship that ran up and down
the coastline from Da Nang to the DMZ, the
Korean Demilitarization Zone, Berheide
said. We made landing and were there one
day and they declared the Christmas Truce
for Dec. 25, 1967, and we went back out
to sea for that. We relanded and on Dec.
27 and I was shot in the groin. I was very
lucky because if I had been shot 1/8-inch to
the left, I would have bled to death before
they could have gotten me help.
Berheide was sent to a naval hospital
in Japan and then on to Okinawa for two
months of rehabilitation.
Since I was receiving my second Purple
Heart I didnt have to go back to Vietnam
but I was a career Marine, Berheide said.
He went back to Vietnam to join a supply outfit and joined a siege with the 13th
Marine Artillery Unit. Just before he was
relieved in 1968, Berheide met Bonnies
son, Bruce, during an artillery battle on Sn
Tr Mountain known as Monkey Mountain
to the U.S. military.
That was the first time they had every
laid eyes on each other, Bonnie said.
Years later Bruce would tell a story about
how Jim chased down a Vietnamese soldier
and even went after him under a structure.
Jim doesnt talk a lot about his times in the
service. I had to get that one from my son.
After a six-day leave in Hawaii, Berheide
came home to Alameda in June 1969.
He describes the Vietnam War as a little
different than his other wartime experiences.
Vietnam was too political with restrictions on what we could and couldnt do
and different rules of engagement, he said.
I remember flying home and a woman
beside me on the plane wouldnt cut my
steak for me. I was hurt and couldnt. A lot
of people were really upset about that war
but the guys over there didnt see it as any
different. We lost a lot of Marines to those
rules of engagement.
Another bit of wisdom Berheide gained
was, If your going to fight a war, do it in
warm weather.
Berheide is proud of his service to his
country and had earned numerous medals
and ribbons. His medals include a Bronze

(Continued from page 1A)

There were a lot of pieces that were purchased and were


very pleased, Levitt said. It was a nice fundraiser for us.
Contributing to the relatively low operating costs of the
museum is a small army of volunteers, personified on Sunday
in the form of half a dozen young men and women, all of
whom are or were members of the FFA. They lifted framed art
to the easel from which the auctioneer hawked them, shifted
tables laden with reproductions and maintained others filled

Stars with Combat V, two Purple Hearts, a


Good Conduct with seven stars, the AsiaPacific Campaign, World War II Victory,
China Service, National Defense Service
with a star, Vietnam Service with eight stars,
UN Korean Service, Korean Service with
three stars, Vietnam Campaign with Device
and ROK Service. His ribbons are Combat
Action, Presidential Unit Citation, Marine
Corps Recruiting, Korean Presidential Unit
Citation and Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit
Citation.
Berheide describes his 25-plus years in
the military as a good life with good friends
and good days and bad days.
I always try to remember the good
days, Berheide said. It was a good experience.
Berheide met Bonnie, an Army widow,
while he was on leave in California. She
facilitated the relationship after meeting
one of Berheides unit mates at the Chiefs
Club in Alameda, California.
I was teasing a gunny sergeant from
his unit, Bonnie recalled. I asked him if
he knew of an old Marine that was ready to
retire and he said, As a matter of fact I do.
I gave him my address and told him to give
it to that Marine and he should write me.
That was Jim.
Berheide and Bonnie, at home with a
daughter and a younger son and a son in
the Marines, wrote back and forth and by
the time Berheide came up for a leave, their
fate was sealed.
He was supposed to go to Australia for
his leave but instead, he came to California
from Vietnam and I met him at Travis Air
Force Base on Dec. 12, 1968, Bonnie said.
I already had me wedding gown ready and
were married at the Navy base on Dec. 21.
Well celebrate our 47th anniversary this
year.
After his retirement from the service,
he and Bonnie moved around the country
a little and every place they landed, they
found work and the need for volunteers at
military bases.
We have been involved with the military nearly all our lives, Bonnie added. It
made us happy.

Harman

(Continued from page 1A)

Harman just returned


from a trip to Germany and
Belgium. In Belgium, he traveled to Flanders Field and visited the gravesite of one of the
local posts founders, Claude
Walterick.
Harman
joined
the
Walterick-Hemme Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post in Delphos
in 1983 at urging of his brotherin-law.
Mary Lous brother hounded me to death about joining the
post until I was sick of it and
filled out the membership card
and paid my dues, Harman
recalled.
Thats when he realized how
many of his comrades didnt
know about service and programs in place to assist them.
Its always been important
to me to make sure our veterans
get the services and benefits
theyve earned and deserve,
Harman said. A lot of them
arent willing to ask to so you
have bring it to them.
Harman sees one need that
can be filled with a little encouragement.
We need to find a way to
encourage the new generation
(Millennials) to join the veteran
programs, he said. Existing
VFW posts need to do a better
job of welcoming the newer

with hors doeuvres and pastries.


We really appreciate the FFA, Levitt said. Those kids
are very hardworking, dedicated, just so pleasant to be around.
Their attitude is, What else can we do. Thats very refreshing. They help us out on almost every project that we do. They
come, they work and they ask for nothing in return.
Levitt also expressed his gratitude to a local philanthropic
institution, the Dienstberger Foundation, which for years has
offered annual support to the museum.
Without them our doors would close, Levitt simply said.

generation.
Harman served in the U.
S. Army from 1967-69. He
served in Vietnam as a Crew
Chief and Door Gunner on
Huey Helicopters. His decorations include the Air Medal,
Army Commendation Medal,
Vietnam Service Medal with
two bronze service stars,
Vietnam Campaign Medal,
Republic of Vietnam Gallantry
Cross with Palm Unit Citations,
Good Conduct Medal, National
Defense Service Medal and the
Aircraft Crewmember Badge.
Harman is now a Gold
Legacy Life Member of the
local post. He served in elected and appointed positions at
the post, district and department (state) levels, culminating
with his election as Department
Commander 2004-05 in which
he achieved All-American
status. On the national level,
he has served on several committees, including chairman of
the National Veterans Service
Committee.
He is a Life Member of the
VFW National Home, Military
Order of the Cootie, AMVETS,
Disabled American Veterans,
Vietnam Veterans of America,
and a member of American
Legion and Alpha Troop
Alumni Association.
He and his wife have five
grandchildren.

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Candy bars bearing the names Betsy Ross, Charles
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icons.
The flag of pirate Blackbeard (Edward Teach) featured a
horned skeleton with an hourglass in one hand and a spear
in the other, pointed at a heart dripping blood.
Todays questions:
How much gold is in a modern Olympic gold medal?
Where is the least sensitive skin on the human body
located?
Answers in Saturdays Herald.
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A businessman dragged himself home and barely
made it to his chair before he dropped exhausted.
His sympathetic wife was right there with a tall cool
drink and a comforting word. My, you look tired, she
said. You must have had a hard day today. What happened to make you so exhausted?
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Delphos
Army National Guard
2008-2014
Served in Afghanistan
2012

Jeremy Kline

Delphos
Army National Guard
2007-2014
Served in Afghanistan
2012

Edward Kleman

Arthur Kleman

Murray Cohen

Leonard (Bud)
Schleeter

Steven Schleeter

Dan Schleeter

Dale Schleeter

Paul Ralston

Robert Ralston

Glen Kill

Tyler J. Mox

Alfred Hilvers

Clair W. Lucas

Donald J. Geise

Delphos
U.S. Army
1943-1945

Delphos
U.S. Navy
1968-1972

Delphos
U.S. Army
1968-1971

Delphos
U.S. Army Reserve
2015-Present

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Delphos
Army
1986-1988

Delphos
U.S. Army
1966-1968

Delphos
U.S. Army
1975-1978

Delphos
Army
1953-1955

Delphos
U.S. Army
1965-1967

Gilden Insurance Agency

Delphos
Army
1953-1955

Delphos
Air Force
1951-1955

Delphos
U.S. Navy
1946-1948

Delphos
U.S. Army
1941-1945

Brent Reidenbach

Delphos
U.S. Navy
WWII-1946

Delphos, OH/Lorton, VA
U.S. Army
1992-2005

CLARA L. HANF, CPA


Financial Advisor

email: gildenj@nationwide.com

403 North Main St.


Delphos, Ohio 45833
Phone: 419-695-4656
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Phone 419-238-6580

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Thank You

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Phone 419-695-2931
Fax 419-695-9930
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E-Mail: info@aeroprinting.com

for your sacrifice.


We salute
all veterans.
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Serving 12,900 members in Ohio and Indiana


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Paulding, OH 45879
800-686-2357
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We Salute Our Veterans!

6B The Herald Veteran Salute

Brian Stepleton
Delphos
U.S. Army
1988-1990

Mike Clark
Delphos
Army
1969-1971

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Richard K. Stepleton
Delphos
U.S. Air Force
1961-1965

Earl W. Jackson Sr.


Delphos
Navy - WW II
1941-1944

PFC Nile M.
Brenneman

Richard N.
Brenneman

Delphos (decd)
U.S. Army
Anti-aircraft Div.
1942-1946

Delphos (decd)
U.S. Air Force
1942-1946

www.delphosherald.com

Anthony
Jackson Stepleton
Delphos
180th Ohio Voluntary
Army Infantry
1864-1865

Ray Geary

Edward L. Jackson

Earl W. Jackson Jr.

PFC Oren B.
Brenneman

Rolland H.
Blockberger

Fort Jennings
Air Force
1964-1968

Delphos (decd)
U.S. Army
5-24-42 to 10-17-45

Toledo
Marines
1966-1968

Delphos
Navy - WW II
1945-1946

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We Aim to Please
Bob Kramer - 1964-1965 Vietnam Veteran

B. and K.
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555-555-5555
INSURANCE
website AGENCY
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Joseph D. Jackson

Harry H. Brinkman

Earl L. Spears

James Marihugh

Delphos
Army
1970-1973
Served in Vietnam

Vandalia, IL/Delphos
US Army
WWII
1946-1947

Lima
U.S. Air Force Reserves
2006-2012

Delphos
Army
1942-1945

Defiance/Delphos
US Army
1951-1953

Thomas E. Bayliff
Funeral Home
Home Owned

CHEVROLET - BUICK
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Anthony M. Kroeger

Ottoville
U.S. Army
1943-1945

Delphos
Army - SP5
1970-1972

Thank you TO ALL WHO HAVE SERVED!

1725 E. 5th St.

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Representative for

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206 S. Broad St., Box 395, Kalida, OH 45853


Phone: 419-532-3029

BIRKMEIER

MONUMENTS SINCE 1880

ACTIVE DUTY
MILITARY & VETERANS

THANK YOU FOR YOUR


SERVICE FOR OUR COUNTRY
Veterans, Active Duty Personnel,
Spouses & Minor Dependents

Veterans Service
Commission of
Putnam County

Dedicated to all veterans who


served in the United States
Armed Forces with devotion,
loyalty and the determination to
preserve freedom

DO YOU KNOW WHAT


YOUR BENEFITS ARE?

419-223-8522
Allen County Veterans
Service Commission
Visit our website:

www.allencountyvsc.com

245 E. Main St. Suite 105


Ottawa, Ohio 45875

419-523-4478

joe.moenter@putnamcountyohio.gov
kristi.powell@putnamcountyohio.gov

www.delphosherald.com

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Don Eickholt

Joseph Eickholt

Jerold Eickholt

Robert Eickholt

Gilbert Ricker

Carl Ricker

William Turnwald Jr.

Thom Eickholt

Ottoville
Army Reserve
2003-Present

Ottoville
Army - Sgt.
1972-1974

Delphos
US Army - AAA
Staff Sgt.
1942-1945

Venedocia
US Army
1967-1969

Ottoville
Army - Sgt.
1968-1970

Ottoville
Army
WW II

Ottoville
Army
1966-1967

Ottoville
Army - SP 5
Served in France

Barry Eickholt
Ottoville
US Marines - Sgt.
2004-2008

Dale Good
Fort Jennings
US Army
3 years
1974 to 1977

SSG April D.
(Fiedler) Scott

Richard D. Fiedler Sr.

Melvin Parsons Sr.

Glenda M. Black

Charles R. Nulty

Delphos
U.S. Navy & U.S. Army
Retired - 1996-2015

Delphos
Marine & Army National
Guard Retired
1968-1992

Mark Mericle

Melvin Fiedler

Robert Parsons

Milton Parsons Sr.

David V. Rhoads

Delphos
Army & Army
National Guard
1984-1990

Delphos
U.S. Army
WWII
1938-1943

The OTTOville Bank CO.

Lending Center:
Main Office:
940 E. Fifth St.
161 W. Third St.
Delphos
Ottoville, Ohio
419-695-3313
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Delphos
U.S. Army & Army
National Guard Retired
1953-1995

Delphos
U.S. Army
1955-1957

Delphos/Denver, CO.
U.S. Air Force
1950-1952

Delphos
U.S. Army
1948

Delphos
U.S. Army
WWII
1941-1945

Delphos
U.S. Army
1967-1969

The Herald Veteran Salute 7B

Lawrence Eickholt
Ottoville
Army
WW II

Wiliam Bill
Thomas
Army

David Hays
Spencerville
U.S. Army
1963-1969

Gabriel R. Gehr

Delphos/San Diego, CA.


U.S. Marines
2012 to 2015

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Ph.:
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419-532-3184

8B The Herald Veteran Salute Tuesday, November 10, 2015

www.delphosherald.com

Patrick M. Osting

Marvin Paglow

Edward Luersman

Lawrence Luersman

Joseph Luersman

Herman Luersman

Larry Buck Mesker

Anthony S. Mesker

Nile Ernie Barnes

Gary Spike
Wiechart

Arthur Fischer

Gust N. Pimpas

Delphos
U.S. Navy
1983-1987

Delphos
U.S. Army - Korea
1958-1961

Ralph Grothouse

Delphos and Nashville, IN.


US Army Air Force
WWII - 1940s

Robert McConnahea
Delphos
U.S. Army
1950-1960

Spencerville
U.S. Army
1942-1944

Delphos - Ottoville
Army - WWII
1944-1946

Delphos
Army - Korea
1951-1953

Delphos
Army
Sept. 1944-1946

Delphos/Fort Jennings
WW II
Army Air Corps
1942-1945

Canton
Air Force
Korean Conflict
1952-1954

Delphos
U.S. Marine Corps
Okinawa
1970-1973

Delphos/Cocoa Beach, Fl.


U.S. Navy - Pacific
Served 5 years

Michael R.
Grothause

Irvin Grothouse

Matt Fischer

Arnie Fischer

Carl Clem Osting

Michael Boehmer

James Boehmer

Robert Byrne

Ed Paxton

Delphos
US Army in Korea during
Vietnam
1969

Tim McConnahea
Delphos
U.S. Navy
1980-1987

Delphos
Served in both US Navy
and US Army - WWII
1940s

Fort Jennings
Air Force
Captain
2006-Present

Fort Jennings
US Army 1969-1971
Vietnam 1st Calvary
Bronze Star Recipient

Delphos
U.S. Army
2006-2010

Fort Jennings
U.S. Army
1965-1967

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Ottoville
U.S. Army
1952-1954

Delphos
U.S. Army
1969-1971

Landeck
U.S. Navy
1962-1969

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Delphos
U.S. Army
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Metzger Financial Services

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Delphos
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Securities and advisory services offered through Voya Financial Advisors, Inc.
Member SIPC
Metzger Financial Services is not a subsidiary of nor controlled by Voya Financial Advisors.
20517976_IAR_09/2015

Ottoville
VFW
Post 3740
Ottoville, Ohio

Thank You
For Serving and Preserving
The Freedoms We All Enjoy
662 Elida Ave., Delphos, OH
419-692-0007

www.delphosherald.com

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Brent B. Adam, Jr.

Elida
Navy-Fireman-USS Kitty Hawk
1960-1964

John Michael
(Mickey) Vondran

Rick Nance, Captain

Melvin (Jim) Hesseling

Jay Brinkman

Robert L. Brinkman

Washington, D.C.
U.S. Army - Army Reserve
1985-Present

Ottoville/Oklahoma
Sgt,. U.S. Air Force
1986-?

Delphos
U.S. Army 1943-1944

Delphos
U.S. Army-WWII
1942-1945

The Herald Veteran Salute 9B

William Schwinnen

Bernard (Siz) Sauber

Harry Vondran

Scott Nance

Herman Topp

Kenneth Hallard

Landeck
U.S. Army-WWI
1917-1918

Delphos/Indiana
U.S. Navy
1980s

Ottoville/Lima
U.S. Army and Army Reserve
1980s

Landeck
U.S. Army-WWI
1917-1918

Landeck
U.S. Army-WWII
1942-1946

Delphos
U.S. Army-WWII
1942-1945

Delphos
U.S. Navy-WWII
1942-1945

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U.S. Navy-WWII
1942-1945

Seth Bud Hallard


Delphos
U.S. Navy-WWII
1942-1945

Gilbert A. Wehri

Richard Lee Etzkorn

Kalida/Delphos
U.S. Army - Germany
1944-1946

Landeck/Wapakoneta
U.S. Army - Korean War
1952-1954

Melvin H.

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AMERICAN
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PROUD TO SUPPORT OUR


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419-647-4584

Thanks to
all our veterans!

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Delphos,
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419-695-0660
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419-692-3431
5511 St. Rt. 613, McComb, OH

419-293-2937

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3720 Elida Road
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Fabrication & Welding Inc.

419-339-0110

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TRUCKS, TRAILERS,
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Delphos

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419-286-2181

Residential or Commercial CATV & Digital CATV


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Fabrication Services
Delphos, OH
Ph. 419-692-6618
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1201 Spencerville Ave.


Delphos, OH 45833
Ph. 419-692-3060

10B The Herald Veteran Salute

Ellis Scott Hamric


Ft. Hood, Texas
U.S. Army - Retired
Vietnam Veteran
1971-Present

Sgt. Susan (Schrader)


Metcalf
Delphos
U.S. Air Force
1968-1970

Monday, November 10, 2015

Sgt. Andrew Schrader


Delphos
Ohio Army
National Guard
2002-Present

Cpl. Edward E.
Schrader
New Haven, IN
Army/Air Corp.
1943-1945

C-5 Sean (Schrader)


Dodd
Central Point, OR.
USCG
2001-present

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Cassandra McClureLynn

Michael Lynn

Charice (Schrader)
Butler

Sgt. Timothy Evans

Tennessee
Army Ranger
1972-1988

U.S. Air Force


1989-1991

Arkansas
U.S. Air Force
2011-Present

U.S. Air Force


1989-1998

E5 Tara HaladynaDodd
Kingswood, TX
U.S. Coast Guard
2007-Present

C.M. Sgt. Scott


Butler
Toledo
USAF
1988-present

Fayetteville, AR
USAF
1994-Present

Hubert (Rick)
L. Ricker

Delphos
Army Combat Engineers
1948-1952

Sgt. Robert F. Metcalf

Crystal (Schrader)
Cook
Delphos
U.S. Air Force
1997-2001

Cpl. Brian Buettner


Delphos
U.S. Marine Corp.
1987-1991

E5 John (JJ) Harris

Santa Cruz, Calif.


USAF - Vietnam
1966-1970

Leipsic
U.S. Marine Corp
2008-Present

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We salute our veterans!

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county veterans service!

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Colors
The version of the logo above was designed using Pantone 3308. When possible, it is
preferred that this Pantone color be used on printed materials. The CPS initials in the
green circle should remain filled with white when put onto a colored or photo
background.

Corner 3rd & Canal St., Ottoville


Ph. 419-453-3339

and
Walterick-Hemme

VFW Post 3035

Van Wert County Veterans


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Service Commission
appropriate values are as follows: C=100, M=0, Y=60, K=72. RGB values are R=0,
419-238-9592 G=72, B=58.
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VETERANS DAY

It is the soldier, not the reporter,


Who has given us freedom of the press.
It is the soldier, not the poet,
Who has given us freedom of speech.
It is the soldier, not the campus organizer,
Who has given us the freedom to demonstrate.
It is the soldier who salutes the flag,
Who serves beneath the flag,
and whose coffin is draped by the flag,
Who allows the protester to burn the flag.
And you better believe it!

Delphos

Hardware

242 N. Main St. Ph. 419-692-0921


Mon.-Fri. 8-6:30; Sat. 8-5

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