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City gives full backing to splash pad project


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

The Kiwanis Club of Delphos proposed splash pad will be installed on the west side of the Delphos Municipal
Swimming Pool. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

DELPHOS The proposed splash pad project by the


Kiwanis Club of Delphos is creating a stir in town. Mayor
Michael Gallmeier said Thursday the city administration is
very excited about the new project.
We couldnt be more pleased the Kiwanis are taking
this on, Gallmeier said. It will breathe new life into
our swimming pool and hopefully bring more people to
Delphos to enjoy what we have to offer at our parks, retail
stores and restaurants.
The splash pad is a stand along facility and its construction will not cost the city any money and once up and
running, the only cost will be the initial water used to fill
the contained system at the start of the season.
The projected cost of the nearly 4,000-square-foot
splash pad with 29 unique water features is $350,000 with
a targeted completion date for summer 2017. Innovative
recirculation and capture and repurpose water management
systems reduce water consumption.
See SPLASH, page 16

Ottoville Big Green


Athletic Boosters
looking at scholarships
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
OTTOVILLE Athletes at Ottoville Local Schools may see a little bonus once
they start college. Big Green Athletic Boosters are investigating a scholarship program.
Booster member Tony Langhals presented the proposal to the school board
Thursday evening.
The boosters would like to establish a scholarship program that awards senior
student-athletes after graduation, based on participation, Langhals said. Weve
seen a drop in participation since 2008.
Records show that in 2008, graduating seniors participated in 65 sports seasons
during their high school careers compared to 40 sports seasons in 2014.
The proposed scholarship is still in its infancy with many questions yet to be
asked and answered. School board members brought up just a few.
Who is going to keep track of all these students? Board President Kevin Landin
asked. We have students who sometimes drop out or become ineligible due to
grades.
Langhals said a committee will be formed within the boosters to track such
information.
Landin also asked if the funds could affect a students financial aid package.
We have a lot of groundwork to cover before we would present a final proposal, Langhals said.
Board member Marilyn Calvelage asked if such a program was even legal.
I can see this as being construed that we are paying our athletes to play, she
said.
Langhals said numerous booster groups use a similar scholarship program but the
boosters would check into all legalities.
We are just asking for your blessing to continue researching this project,
Langhals said.
Langhals also presented some preliminary scholarship guidelines discussed by
the boosters:
All students who complete a high school sports season are eligible;
Students parents must be a member of the Big Green Athletic Boosters;
See OTTOVILLE, page 16

Chamber sets annual dinner


Information submitted
DELPHOS The Delphos Area
Chamber of Commerce will hold its
Annual Chamber Dinner on March 12 at
the Delphos Eagles.
Registration is at 5 p.m.; cocktails
and Hors doeuvres at 5:30 p.m.; dinner and business awards at 6 p.m.; and
casino and carnival games fill out the
evening immediately after the business
awards. A silent auction, door prizes,
50/50 and more are also included.
This years event is open to the public. Tickets are $55 per person or $420

for a table of 8. Ticket includes dinner,


two drink tickets and gaming chips. To
RSVP, contact the chamber.
Grand prize drawing tickets (sponsored by the Delphos Herald/Eagle
Print) are also on sale for $10 each,
available at the chamber and from
Dinner Committee members. Enter for a
chance to win $1,500 cash. The winner
will be drawn the night of the event;
need not be present to win.
The chamber is currently accepting
cash donations, door prizes, silent auction items and sponsorships.

St. Johns junior Alexis Deffenbaugh, center, and senior Conner Britt figure out their food
budget with Stacy Benavidez during the Real Money, Real World program at the school
Friday. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Students get a taste of the Real World


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Teenagers
are often unaware of what
it costs to be on your own.
Approximately 100 St.
Johns High School juniors
and seniors got a taste of
what it will be like when
they enter adulthood on
Friday during the Real
Money, Real World program offered by the Allen
Count
OSU-Extension
Office.
The offering is an Ohio
State University Extension
signature program developed
to help children learn how
to pay bills and use money
wisely in their future adult
life and includes an interactive spending simulation
that provides the opportunity
to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those
made by 27-year-old adults.
The adults were given
a job, a yearly and monthly
income, student loan debt
to go along with any degree

they had and sometimes a


child or two or three. To
even the playing field, they
all had a spouse named
Chris who contributed $400
a month and was a full-time
college student.
Students moved from
booth to booth checking
off the necessities of their
monthly budget: house payment/rent, utilities, communication (cable, cell phone,
internet), automobile (new
versus used), insurance (life,
auto and disability), child
care, clothing, entertainment, credit services (credit
card and student loan debt),
chance (random draw for
an unexpected expense) and
charitable contributions.
At the end of the trip
through the booths, students
either had money left over
for savings or to pay down
debt faster or came up short
and were advised to get a
second job or cut expenses.
Junior
Alexis
Deffenbaugh was a microbiologist who made $67,900
a year with a net monthly

Classifieds 10 | Entertainment 11 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-8 |
Its not too late to sign up
for kindergarten.
If your child will be 5 years
old by Aug. 1, 2016, they are
eligible.
Stop in the Franklin
Elementary office to pick up a
packet and set up an appointment for kindergarten screening during regular school
hours.

St. Johns boys basketball tickets for the sectional


tournament at 8 p.m. on Tuesday at Van Wert High
School will be sold in the high school office from 7:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7-7:30 p.m. on Monday and 7:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday.
Adults $6 and student $4. All tickets will be $6 at
the door.
All season tickets will be punched. Parking at the
game will cost $2.
St. Johns will receive a percentage of all presale
tickets sold.

income of $5,658. She also


had a 7-year-old girl named
Natalie.
Senior Conner Britt was
a personal financial advisor making $91,000 a year
with net monthly income of
$4,575. He had a 5-year-old
boy named Cameron.
Deffenbaugh decided to
save some money right off
the bat and rent for $500 a
month while Britt chose to
purchase a home for $1,591
per month. Their expenses
went accordingly with Britt
paying a little more for
homeowners insurance and
utilities.
They both ended up with
a little money at the end of
the month so they decided
to increase their credit card
and student loan payments
to reduce their interest and
time it would take to pay
them off.
Student loans and credit debt are difficult to pay
back, Britt said.
Deffenbaugh agreed.
See REAL, page 16

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Published
in Delphos, Ohio
monthly Chicken Feed on Feb. 27.
Carryouts are available at noon
and dine-in begins at 5 p.m. until
Volume 145, No. 72
sold out.
Meals are $8 for adults and $4 for
children and include chicken, baked
potato, baked beans and bread and
butter.

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POLICE REPORTS
Information submitted
DELPHOS On Feb. 12,
officers spoke with a female
at the police department
that reported having been
assaulted by her son. The
female had marks consistent
with being
assaulted. A short
time later,
officers did
locate the
suspect,
18-year-old
Anthony
Bonifas of
Delphos,
and placed
him under
a r r e s t .
Bonifas was
transported
to the Van
Wert County
Jail and will appear in Van
Wert Municipal Court to
face the charge of domestic
violence.
On Feb. 14, officers were
sent to the 1300 block of
South Bredeick Street in reference to a theft incident. The
complainant told officers that
his wallet was stolen possibly by a passenger that had
been riding in his vehicle.
The incident remains under
investigation.
On Tuesday, officers
spoke with a female complainant that reported an
identity theft incident. The
female told officers that she
received notification that a
bank account was opened
using her personal informa-

tion. The female cancelled


the bank account and the
incident remains under investigation.
On Tuesday, officers were
dispatched to the 700 block
of South Clay Street to investigate a burglary complaint.
Officers
arrived
and spoke
with the
h o m e o w n e r
and found
that
an
unknown
person or
persons
entered the
residence
while no
one was
home and
removed
items. A
report was taken and turned
over to the Detective Bureau.
On Wednesday, officers
responded to the 500 block
of South Franklin Street
in regards to a domestic
violence incident. Officers
arrived and spoke with a
male complainant who
reported that his wife and
stepson had assaulted him.
Officers spoke with the
males wife and stepson and
received a different account
of the incident. Officers
were unable to determine
a primary physical aggressor and suggested that if
either party wished to pursue charges to contact the
Lima Municipal Court to
file victim charges.

Nancy Spencer, editor


Ray Geary,
Chief Operating Officer
Delphos Herald, Inc.
Lori Goodwin Silette,
circulation manager

Comedys greatest casts


celebrate legendary
director James Burrows
BY JEFF PFEIFFER
www.channelguidemag.com
If youve been watching many of the great
television series, especially situation comedies, over the past 40-plus years, you have
certainly run across the name James Burrows
in the shows credits. Burrows steady directorial hand has helmed many episodes of
classics from Taxi and Cheers (which he
co-created and produced), to Friends and Will
& Grace.
The 75-year-old Burrows is not letting up;
he recently directed his 1,000th episode of

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television with the new comedy Crowded, a


sitcom debuting on NBC in March.
In an interview with Burrows, we discussed a two-hour NBC tribute special dediST. RITAS
cated to him, called Must See TV: An All-Star
A girl was born Feb. 17 to
Tribute to James Burrows, airing Sunday. Samantha and Logan Kehres
The special, which taped in late January, is a of Delphos.
whos who of sitcom legends including most
of the casts from Friends, Cheers, Taxi, Will
& Grace and more.
Burrows told us it was an emotional night,
as well as shared some of his other thoughts.
Wheat
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See BURROWS, page 15

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ST. JOHNS
Monday: Italian grilled chicken sandwich/
whole grain bun, assorted fries, pineapple, fresh
fruit, milk.
Tuesday: Corn dog, green beans, sherbet,
fresh fruit, milk.
Wednesday: Meatball sub/ whole grain bun,
carrots, applesauce cups, fresh fruit, milk.
Thursday: Taco/ soft/ hard/ lettuce/ tomato/
cheese/ onion, black beans, peaches, fresh fruit,
milk.
Friday: Cheese quesadilla/ sour cream/ salsa,
Romaine salad, fresh vegetables, pears, fresh
fruit, milk.
DELPHOS CITY SCHOOLS
Monday: Chicken strips, whole grain
Kellogg Eggo waffles, green beans, peach cup,
milk.
Tuesday: Corn dog, baked beans, strawberry
cup, milk
Wednesday: Potato bowl or whole grain
popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes w/gravy,
corn, juice cup/fresh fruit, milk.
Thursday: Walking taco/ nachos, meat
sauce/ lettuce/ cheese/ salsa/ sour cream, carrots,
100% fruit sherbet, milk.
Friday: Whole grain pizza - Franklin,
Fiestada - Landeck/ Middle/ Senior, Romaine
salad, fresh vegetable, 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: Grilled chicken sandwich, cheese
slice, baked beans, fruit.
Tuesday: Hot dog sandwich, corn, cheese

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Tue

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Wednesday: Chicken fajita, black beans,
Mainly sunny.
Rain. Highs in
Mostly cloudy.
More clouds
Periods of snow.
cheesy rice, fruit.
Highs in the low the upper 40s
Highs in the low than sun. Highs
Highs in the
Thursday: Hot ham sandwich, sweet pota- 60s and lows in and lows in the 40s and lows in in the low 40s
upper 30s and
toes, cookie, fruit.
the low 30s.
low 30s.
the mid 20s.
and lows in the
lows in the mid
Friday: Egg and cheese wrap, broccoli,
mid 20s.
20s.
sherbet, fruit.
Sunrise: 7:25 AM
Sunrise: 7:23 AM
Sunrise: 7:22 AM
Sunrise: 7:20 AM
Sunrise: 7:19 AM
OTTOVILLE
Sunset: 6:17 PM
Sunset: 6:18 PM
Sunset: 6:20 PM
Sunset: 6:21 PM
Sunset: 6:22 PM
Monday: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes w/
gravy, whole grain butter bread, applesauce, Ohio at a Glance
milk.
Tuesday: Chicken noodle soup w/crackers, butter-peanut butter-tuna bread, carrot stix,
cheese stix, peaches, milk.

Wednesday: Taco pizza, Romaine blend


Toledo

Cleveland
56/42
lettuce, banana, jello, milk.
50/44
Thursday: Popcorn chicken, augratin potatoes, whole grain butter bread, pears, milk.
Friday: Cheese pizza, Romaine blend lettuce, pears, whole grain cookie, milk.
SPENCERVILLE
Monday: Grades K-4: Corn dog, baked

beans, veggies and dip, nacho Doritos, peaches,


Columbus
milk; Grades 5-12: Chili cheese fries, cheesy
55/45
breadstick, peaches, milk.
Tuesday: Breaded chicken patty sandwich,
broccoli and cheese, carrots and dip, applesauce,
milk.

Cincinnati
Wednesday: Breakfast pizza, potato bites,
60/47
celery and dip, strawberry cup, milk.
Thursday: Popcorn chicken, green beans,
100% Red Crush juice, cookie, pears, milk.
Friday: Grades K-4: Goldfish shaped grilled
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Gallipolis
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Alliance
32 22 Sunny
Lancaster
38 29 Cloudy
peanut butter dip, milk.
Ashtabula
30 21 P Cloudy
Lima
40 32 Sunny

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Mengerink new Elida superintendent

Elida School Board President Jason Bowers, right, welcomes Joel


Mengerink as the districts new superintendent. (Submitted photo)

ELIDA Joel Mengerink is the new superintendent for Elida Local School District.The school board
made the announcement today after hiring Mengerink
on Tuesday.
Mengerink is currently serving as superintendent of
Continental schools and will leave that post July 31.
After an extended process and more than a dozen
applicants, we are confident we have chosen the
right person to lead Elida School District, Board
President Jason Bowers said Wednesday. Joel is very
experienced, especially in dealing with special needs
programs and students and that is a good fit for Elida
right now. He is also a good mediator and has strong
ties to the immediate area so were confident he will
have some longevity here at Elida.
Mengerink was given a three-year contract for
$108,000 per year.
The position came open when former
Superintendent Tony Cox took a position in the
Shawnee Local School District at the end of the
school year last year. Former Spencerville Schools
Superintendent Joel Hatfield has been serving as
the interim Superintendent and will continue until
Mengerink begins on Aug. 1.

Students in Esther Hittles first-grade class at Franklin Elementary School include, front from left, Aliyah
Bradley, Abigail Williams and Neveah Hiegel; center, Alayna Gossett, Tyler Wiseman, Isabella Schmidt, Oliver
Smith and Mackenzie Klausing; and back, Hittle, Keagan McDermitt, Paige Schwinnen, Nelson Miller, Layne
Bailey and Devin Sanchez. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

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Huckleberry is an adult, Dasher is an adult, male


tiger cat.
male coon hound.
The following pets are available for adoption through
The Van Wert Animal Protective League:
Cats
Torti, F, fixed, shots, wormed, named Freckles
Torti Calico, F, fixed, shots, wormed, named Patches
Kittens
Several mixed colors and ages; male and female
Dogs
Black Lab Mix; F, black and gray, fixed, named Buffy
For more information on these pets of if you are
in need of finding a home for your pet; please contact
Bobbie at 419-238-5447 weekdays. Donations and correspondence can be sent to PO Box 321; Van Wert OH
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4-H Week approaching;


deadline to enroll is April 15

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

TODAY
9 a.m. to noon Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge of the St. Johns High School parking
Information submitted
lot, is open.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
ALLEN COUNTY This year, Ohio 4-H
12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos Fire and Rescue.
Week will take place March 6-12. As a result,
1-3 p.m. Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N. Main St., is open.
4-H youth and volunteers will be actively
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
telling Ohio citizens about the 4-H program
and how it can benefit participants and their
SUNDAY
8-11:30 a.m. Knights of Columbus benefit for St. Johns School at the hall, Elida Ave. communities. The 4-H mission is to create
10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Spencerville American Legion Brunch Buffet, 119 S. Broadway, positive environments for culturally diverse
youth and adults to reach their fullest potential
Spencerville.
as capable, competent, caring, and contribut1-3 p.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N. Main St., is open.
ing citizens. What a great opportunity for our
youth to get involved in!
MONDAY
The 4-H program was introduced to most
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ottoville Branch Library is open.
third-graders in the area in the form of class11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301 Suthoff St.
6:30 p.m. Shelter from the Storm support group meets in the Delphos Public Library room visits or flyers during the month of
March. Youth will learn what 4-H is, as well
basement.
as the vast variety of projects and programs
7 p.m. Ottoville village council meets at the municipal building.
that are offered. 4-H is a non-formal, eduMarion Township Trustees meet at the township house.
cational, youth development program that is
7:30 p.m. Delphos Eagles Aerie 471 meets at the Eagles Lodge.
offered to kids age 5 and in kindergarten to 19
TUESDAY
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301 Suthoff St.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. Delphos Area Simply Quilters meets at the Delphos Area Chamber of
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Week of Feb. 22
7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, 310 W. Second St.
Monday: Sloppy Joe sandwich, tater tots,
7:30 p.m. Elida village council meets at the town hall.
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In 2015, Allen County had more than 1,100
youth enrolled in the 4-H program, more than
40 clubs and more than 200 volunteers. 4-H
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dogs, rockets, bicycles, scrapbooking, money
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The Herald 5

Country
Paws to consider

The eruptible Bella St. Helens Kitchen Press


As the PBS television
series Downton Abbey
nears the end of its six-season
run, I cant help but think back
to another time spent vicariously in the same county of
Yorkshire, England. In 1937,
only 11 years after Downtons
conclusion, my veterinary and
literary hero, James Herriot,
began practice there.
I first read his All
Creatures Great and Small
series of books as a teenager, often before school, and
almost always while flung
back in my dads favorite
recliner. The images painted
by his words as he described
the beautiful English countryside and the many colorful
characters he encountered,
both human and animal, were
fuel to my fire to become
a veterinarian like him. I so
much wanted to be part of
that world.
One of his patients was
an overweight, overindulged
Pekingese named Tricki
Woo. Tricki was owned
by a wealthy widow, Mrs.
Pumphrey, herself a holdover from the Downton era.
Together they lived in a large,
fancy house with servants and
the whole nine yards.
Tricki often suffered from
impacted anal glands, a condition Mrs. Pumphrey called
flop-bott. James repeatedly
blamed this on Trickis dietary
lifestyle which consisted of
everything except proper

dog food. Many pages of the


books were devoted to the
fine line James traversed as
he tried to be an advocate
for Trickis health, whilst not
offending Mrs. Pumphrey,
who was renowned for her
generous hospitality during
home visits. That, and the fact
that Mrs. Pumphrey had once
told him that Tricki referred to
him as Uncle Herriot.
As a fledgling student, I
didnt realize what an integral
part of veterinary practice this
balancing act is. Seventy-five
years and a new century later,
that aspect of veterinary medicine really hasnt changed
much.
I, too, have a patient who
experiences recurrent bouts
of flop-bott, although she
is not nearly as overweight,
nor as overindulged as Tricki.
A delightful Maltese named
Bella, she lives with a very
nice family in Van Wert who
love her dearly. I see her
several times a year, usually
accompanied by Susan and
her son, Nicholas, for problems concerning Bellas skin,
ears and those aforementioned anal glands. This triad
of ailments is characteristic of
a dog with a food allergy.
When Bella sticks to her
special diet she does pretty
well at keeping her symptoms
at bay. Its the sticking part
thats the problem, however.
Like many food allergic
dogs, Bellas Achilles heel is

Farm costs

BY JAMES HOORMAN
Ag Educator
OSU-Extension
Putnam County
Grain farmers in 2016 will
have a challenge since a large
2015 crop and weak world
demand for grain has diminished grain prices short term.
Farmers will try to reduce
costs, but maybe not enough
reduction to offset low grain
prices. Thus profit margins
may be tight in the coming
year.
Dr. Chris Bruynis, Ohio
State University Ag Managers
Team offers suggestions that
farmers may want to consider
for a year of lower grain prices and projected lower profit
margins:
Complete a financial
analysis. Knowing where the
business stands financially
will be critical in developing
a plan to survive this period of low margins. This will
provide insight into the how
drastic the measures need to
be to weather the storm. Good
financial capacity will allow
farm families to borrow new
money, restructure term debt,
or even make interest only
payments on some loans.
Lower the cost of production. Items such as cash
rent, input costs, operating
costs, and equipment depreciation can greatly affect this
cost. Strategies to lower input
costs can include: setting
realistic yield goals, selecting
lower priced inputs, and making sure the input generates
more income that its cost.
Improve grain marketing skills. Grain marketing
strategies vary somewhat
depending on on-farm storage, crop insurance participation, and total bushels
available for sale. Farms with
20,000 bushels to sell have
fewer pricing opportunities
compared to 200,000 bushel
farms, especially since many
contracts are made on 5,000
bushel increments.
Regardless of the farm
constraints, it is critical to set
price targets that are realistic

and based on the farms true


cost of production. Use available marketing tools such as
option contracts, hedge-toarrive contracts, etc. and to
understand the risk exposure
created or protected by each
will tool.
Increase
profitable
enterprises. Most farmers
are creatures of habit and
do not easily abandon their
crop rotations or shift to new
crops. Farmers will need to
closely evaluate the possibility of increasing acres of one
crop over another in 2016.
Reduce
unproductive assets. Growing crops
on marginal soils or rented
ground with extremely high
rental rates may be good candidates for removal from the
business portfolio. Farmers
need to weigh the loss from
farming these properties
(See FARM page 15)

chicken. She has a weakness


for it and according to Susan,
Bellas father has a weakness
for giving it to her. Whenever
she has a skin flare-up, I only
have to mention the word
chicken and Susan gives
me a confessional sheepish
look. Bella is awfully cute,
though, and it would be difficult to deny her anything,
including the dreaded chicken. But owners of food-allergic pets must be steadfast
and resolute. Do not look at
those adorable, begging eyes.
Put them in another room at
mealtime if you must.
A few months back, Bella
developed a fairly large
sebaceous cyst on her back.
When it began to open and
drain, Susan and Nicholas
brought her to be checked.
As I entered the exam room
and saw the lesion, which was
not unlike a volcano spewing
its contents, I exclaimed, Oh
my God! She looks like Mt.
Vesuvius! Nicholas quickly
added a much better moniker.
Bella St. Helens!
Instantly I became a little jealous. I always wanted
a cool nickname like that. I
think Bella kind of likes it,
too. She is quite a character.
Our chicken issue aside,
working with Bella St. Helens
and her family has provided
some of my most cherished
moments as a veterinarian.
During a recent visit, Susan
mentioned that while getting

Prepare a piping hot oven meal this evening.

Cheesy Tuna Bake

DR. JOHN JONES, DVM


Bella ready for her appointment, she inadvertently told
her she was going to see
Uncle John instead of Dr.
John. And just like that, no
time- travel machine necessary, I was back in Yorkshire
with James and Tricki Woo,
and all the wonderful memories from those magnificent
books.
Oh, I would have become
a veterinarian with or without James Herriot, but without
him I dont think I would have
been able to fully appreciate my clients and enjoy my
patients as much as I have. I
am honored to be your veterinarian, Bella. I must admit,
though, Im honored even
more to be considered your
uncle. Thank you, Susan, for
the ultimate compliment.

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Winter tastes like homemade


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BY LOVINA EICHER
We have had quite a few
inches of snow this week.
Along with the snow we have
also had colder temperatures.
The mercury on the thermometer dipped down to 13
degrees this morning.
Yesterday,
daughters
Verena, Loretta and I spent
the day at my daughter
Elizabeths house. We helped
her process 38 quarts of vegetable soup. She told us to
come for breakfast so we
did all our morning work
and headed for her house.
She made Egg Dutch for our
breakfast. It was delicious.
My mother fixed Egg Dutch
a lot. Its a simple and easy
breakfast dish.
For our lunch Elizabeth
made chili soup along with
crackers, chips, dirt pudding,
and ice cream. We were done
with the soup around 2:00
p.m. We spent a few hours
relaxing and visiting with her
before coming home.
Earlier in the week we processed 46 quarts of vegetable
soup for us. It is so handy to
open up a few quarts of soup
for a meal when youre in a
hurry. It also is nice to have
on hand for school or work
lunches.
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Elizabeth called and said be time consuming. Every
Timothy had come home batch takes a few hours of
from work with a cut-up foot. baking in a 200-degree oven.
Somehow he cut it at the We are making several difsawmill where he is work- ferent kinds, such as hickoing. He will be off work for ry, cajun, and jalapeo. Joe
a few days. It sounds like it wants to make summer sauwas pretty painful last night. sage with the venison sauIts hard for Timothy to have
to take it easy! I hope it will
heal fast.
Our three school-age children will be home tomorrow
and Monday. Its their midwinter break. The girls are
making deer jerky, which can

sage too. He will add sausage


from our hogs we butcher.
Our plans are to butcher
our hogs February 20 since
Joe has to work this Saturday.
Last Saturday we attended
a funeral of a local Amish
man, so we postponed the
hog butchering.
Last Friday, February 5,
was the birthday of Mose,
daughter Susans friend. A
happy birthday to him. Also,
I want to wish my friend
Ruth a happy birthday, which
was on February 9. I wont
mention her age in the column but she is getting to that
over the hill part of life.
I owe Ruth a big thank you
for all she has done to help
me with this column and in a
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Blue Jays win on Senior Night

Jefferson senior Trey Smith turns toward the hoop against the defense of Allen East St. Johns senior Owen Baldauf shoots over the defense of Parkways Andrew Baker and
during the first period of Fridays NWC game at Allen East. Smith became the all-time Mason Baxter during the Blue Jays Senior Night at Arnzen Gymnasium. He was one of
NWC scoring leader with 1,985 points in the 14-point triumph. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe) four seniors Ryan Hellman, Tyler Ledyard and Jesse Ditto were the others to play
their home finale. (DHI Media/Larry Heiing).

Smith reaches milestone,


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

HARROD Jefferson took the lead for


good at the first-period buzzer.
The Wildcats then outscored host Allen
East 49-31 in the next two stanzas to open it
up and grab a 74-60 Northwest Conference
boys basketball win Friday night inside The
Corral of Allen East High School.
Jefferson senior Trey Smith also scored
29 points and became the all-time leading
point-getter in the 60-plus year history of
the NWC, passing the 1970 points of Jason
Williams of Upper Scioto Valley.
The Red and White (15-7, 5-3 NWC)
started off slowly against the Mustangs (1111, 1-7) on their Senior Night, with Travis
Guthrie, Luke Perkins (11 markers) and Nick
Kaiser playing their home finales. The hosts
held their biggest lead of the night at 12-6 on
a deuce by Perkins at the 3-minute mark. Back
came the Wildcats to surpass the Mustangs
14-13 on a layin off a Jace Stockwell (18
markers - 9-of-10 foul shots - 7 assists, 5
boards, 4 steals) assist to Smith (3 trios;
10-of-11 free throws, 4 boards) for a layin just
before the horn.
That seemed to uncork the Wildcat dam as
they got hot in the second stanza by begin-

ning to force turnovers in the open floor,


shooting a stellar 8-of-15 from the field and
a perfect 7-of-7 at the line (23-of-26 for the
game for 88.5%). Smith who needed 14
to tie Williams got by the milestone on a
layin at the 4:52 mark, with the Mustangs PA
announcer acknowledging it after a timeout.
That was just part of his 18-point period, with
Stockwell adding seven and Drew Reiss (12
counters, 5 boards) the other two. Though
Allen East shot 7-of-13 (finishing 24-of-44
total, 3-of-14 long range, for 54.5%) with
Caleb Smelcer (19 counters) netting seven
they fell behind 41-28 on a rare 3-pointer-andharm by Smith before Perkins countered with
a hoop-and-harm at 1:04 for a 41-31 edge.
One of the things that we decided to do
was pressure Allen East. If we had specifically game-planned for them, we probably
wouldnt have because they are guard-oriented and they have three good ones, Jefferson
head man Marc Smith explained. We just
decided to go back to what we needed to do.
We were disappointed in our intensity last
weekend and we had a tougher-than-usual
practice Monday. We need to get back to
defense feeding our offense.
See BASH, page 7

BY LARRY HEIING
DHI Media Correspondent
news@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Two struggling teams looking to gain
confidence heading into the
post-season met at Robert A.
Arnzen Gymnasium Friday.
The Parkway Panthers
came to Delphos in the middle of a 3-game losing streak
and managed to win only four
games all season.
After starting the season
6-2, the St. Johns Blue Jays
have fallen on hard times
with a losing streak of their
own at eight games.
St. Johns got back on the
winning side of the books
with a 42-19 victory in the
wrap up of the Midwest
Athletic Conference season.
The Jays also sent their
senior class out with victory as Ryan Hellman, Owen
Baldauf, Tyler Ledyard and
Jesse Ditto, along with cheerleader Bailey Kill, were honored before the contest.
The night looked like it
may be a game in the early
going as freshman Jared
Wurst gave St. Johns the
first points with a 3-ball that
banked in. Parkways Justin

Barna answered with two. St.


Johns big men Tim Kreeger
and Ditto grabbed offensive
rebounds (part of 13 boards
grabbed by the Jays in the
first) for putbacks and Rode
came off the bench to score
five straight points. Hellman
found his classmate Ditto
open underneath for the assist
giving the Jays a 14-2 lead
after the first eight minutes.
Robbie Saine opened the
second stanza with a 3-pointer for the Jays. St. Johns
displayed great patience with
passing around the Panther
defense as Kreeger hit a
streaking Hellman down the
lane for the basket. Then both
offenses went cold as the Jays
failed to score again in the
half and the only points for
Parkway came on a pair of
made free throws by Sage
Dugan.
We had a good week of
practice this week and I was
really surprised how we came
out to start the first half,
explained Panther coach
Rick Hickman. We got a
lot of good shots but they
just werent falling for us
tonight.
After the first- and second-grade basketball players

put on an offensive skills


display at halftime for the
fans, the Jays came out on
the offensive from close
range. Kreeger was unstoppable scoring eight points in
the opening minutes of the
third. Parkways Dugan also
connected from the inside
and Andrew Baker added a
free throw but the Panthers
trailed 27-7. Saine hit another
triple as both teams traded
shots from the charity line.
Parkways Logan Huff sank
a baseline jumper to end the
third-quarter scoring with the
Panthers trailing 33-10.
We changed our offensive philosophy at halftime
by going inside in the third
quarter, said Blue Jay coach
Aaron Elwer. We got a lot
of open looks in the first half
and the kids first instinct is to
shoot instead of looking for
the best shot. We went into
attack mode and it opened
up the lead in the second half
for us.
Huff popped a triple as
the Panthers went on a 5-0
scoring run to cut the Jays
lead to 20.
See SENIOR, page 7

Lancers turn up defense, overcome Paulding Vest scores 20, Raiders


BY ERIN COX
DHI Media Correspondent
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PAULDING The
Lincolview boys basketball team held the Paulding
Panthers to just 12 points in
the second half to end its regular season undefeated (8-0)
in Northwest Conference
play, as the regular season
wrapped up at the Jungle in
Paulding on Friday night.
The Lancers secured the

50-38 victory by turning up


their defensive play late and
holding Pauldings leading
scorers, Corbin Edwards and
Alex Arellano, to 0 and 3
points, respectively, in the
second half.
The duo had combined for
22 of the teams 26 first-half
points.
While Paulding struggled
to make shots, Lincolnview
hit its stride.
In the fourth, we started making shots and started

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we like to play, Lincolnview
head coach Brett Hammons
said.
The Lancers and Panthers
each played tough defense in
the first half and had nearly
equal offensive play going
into halftime with Paulding
up by 1 point at a score of
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midway through the second
quarter before Lincolnview
fought back to tie the game
at 24-24.
I thought we came out
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as we have been all season,
Paulding head coach Shawn
Brewer said.
Paulding kept a lead
into the third quarter until
Lincolnview senior Derek
Youtsey grabbed an offensive
rebound off his own missed
shot and put it back in to
make the score 33-32.
The fourth quarter started with a blocked shot by
Panther senior Arellano
answered by a blocked shot

by Lincolnviews Youtsey.
The scoring was initiated
by senior Lancer Chandler
Adams with a drive to the
basket off an inbound pass to
take the score to 37-33, with
the Lancers leading.
Lincolnview (21-1) kept
adding to its lead in the fourth,
with a Hunter Blankemeyer
assist to Hayden Ludwig for
one hoop and a stolen pass to
lead to another for Youtsey
to put the Lancers up by 8 at
41-33.
Paulding (10-12, 3-5
NWC) had several looks at
the basket during the fourth
quarter, but came up with
just 5 points, two of those
by senior Brendan Good in
the last seconds of the game
which was also Senior Night
in the Jungle.
We just couldnt put it
in the basket. I thought we
played well enough to win,
but we just couldnt get our
shots to drop in the last quarter, Brewer said.

DHI Media Staff Reports


For week of
February 21-27

p.m.; Columbus Grove vs. Antwerp,


8 p.m. (Winners 8 p.m. Friday).
DIVISION III
At Van Wert
Wayne Trace vs. Allen East, 7
p.m. (Winner vs. Jefferson 1 p.m.
Saturday)
At Elida
Parkway vs. Riverdale, 6:15 p.m.
(Winner vs. LCC 6:15 p.m. Friday);
Carey vs. Bluffton, 8 p.m. (Winner
vs. Coldwater 8 p.m. Friday)
THURSDAY
Girls Basketball Districts
TBD
FRIDAY
Boys Basketball
Wrestling
Districts at Troy Hobart Arena,
3:30 p.m.
SATURDAY
Girls Basketball Districts
TBD
Boys Basketball Sectionals
DIVISION III
At Van Wert
Wayne Trace/Allen East winner
vs. Jefferson 1 p.m; Spencerville vs.
Marion Local, 2:30 p.m.
Others TBD
Wrestling
Districts at Troy Hobart Arena,
10 a.m.

See DEFENSE, page 7

Weekly Athletic
Schedule

TUESDAY
Boys Basketball Sectionals
DIVISION IV
At Van Wert
PG vs. Cory-Rawson, 6:15 p.m.
(Winner vs. Lincolnview 6:15 p.m.
Friday); Kalida vs. St. Johns, 8
p.m. (Winner vs. Miller City 8 p.m.
Friday).
At OG
Fort Jennings vs. Ottoville, 7
p.m. (Winner vs. Crestview 6:15 p.m.
Friday).
DIVISION II
At Lima Senior
Celina vs. Wapakoneta, 6:15 p.m.
(Winner vs. Upper Sandusky 6:15
p.m. Friday); Van Wert vs. Bryan, 8
p.m. (Winner vs. O-G 8 p.m. Friday)
At Paulding
St. Marys vs. Kenton, 6:15
p.m. (Winner vs. Defiance 6:15
p.m. Friday); Elida vs. Bath, 8 p.m.
(Winner vs. Shawnee 8 p.m. Friday).
WEDNESDAY
Boys Basketball Sectionals
DIVISION IV
At OG
Leipsic vs. Continental, 6:15

blast Big Green by 41


BY KEVIN WANNEMACHER
DHI Media Correspondent
sports@timesbulletin.com

OTTOVILLE Wayne Trace opened a 19-9 lead after one


quarter and pulled away from there, cruising to a 79-38 victory
over Ottoville at L.W. Heckman Gymnasium on Friday night.
The Raiders placed 10 players in the scoring column,
including eight with at least 6 points each, in wrapping up
regular season play with a record of 15-7.
Ottoville closes the regular season at 3-19.
Leading 7-4 early in the opening quarter, a 3-point play
followed by a basket by Justin Speice along with two Alec Vest
free throws made it 14-4 Raiders.
After a 3-pointer by Ottovilles Andy Schimmoeller, Wayne
Trace picked up a trey from Jon Sinn and added a Brady
Stabler bucket for the 19-9 lead after eight minutes of action.
Everybody played well tonight, said Raider head coach
Jim Linder. Everybody contributed and made plays when
they had opportunities. It was a good team win heading into
tournament play next week.
The Raiders opened the second quarter with a Luke Miller
3-pointer and an Ethan Linder basket for a 24-9 advantage.
The Big Greens Zane Martin briefly stopped the run by hitting
one out of two free throws, but a Miller bucket and a Stabler
3-pointer widened the margin to 29-13.
With Wayne Trace on top 33-16, the Raiders scored nine
straight points to end any doubt. A basket by Eli Sinn started
the run before seven straight Ethan Linder points made it
42-16. Ottoville picked up Erin Von Sossan foul shots to set
the halftime score at 42-18.
Wayne Trace opened the third quarter with a dozen consecutive points, getting eight by Vest along with two each from
Cole Shepherd and Miller, for a 54-18 advantage. The Raiders
went on to post a 59-27 lead at the end of three quarters.
Quick baskets from Shepherd and Speice along with a Vest
3-pointer extended the lead to 66-27 early in the final period
before Wayne Trace settled on the 79-38 victory.
We were able to get a lot of people playing time tonight
and they all came in and played well, Linder said. It was
good to see guys shoot the ball well tonight and we were 17 of
17 at the free throw line so that is great to see as well.
Vest led all scorers with 20 points for Wayne Trace, including four 3-pointers, while Ethan Linder added 11 points and 4
rebounds. Speice, Stabler, Miller and Eli Sinn all chipped in 7
points each. Miller and Eli Sinn also dished out 5 and 4 assists,
respectively.
Jon Sinn picked up 7 rebounds for Wayne Trace, which won
the battle of the boards 34-24.
In his final game at the home of the Big Green, senior center
Dustin Trenkamp scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds
for Ottoville. Rudy Wenzlick also played his final home game,
posting 2 points and 3 rebounds.
Ottoville will open sectional tournament action on Tuesday
as the Big Green take on Fort Jennings. The game takes place
at Ottawa-Glandorf High School with a start time of 7 p.m.
Wayne Trace begins the tournament trail on Wednesday as
the Raiders battle Allen East in a 7 p.m. start at Van Wert High
School.
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Clement POY in NWC girls

Information Submitted
Columbus Grove junior guard Jade
Clement was selected as the 2015-16 NWC
Player of the Year in voting by Northwest
Conference girls basketball coaches. In an
extremely close vote Clement received 117 of
a possible 120 first place points to earn POY
honors over Crestview junior, Emily Bauer
(116 points).
Clement averaged 17 points and 4 steals
per game in leading the Bulldogs to an 8-0
conference record and first place in the NWC.
Clement shot 56% from 2-point range and
36% from 3-point land for an overall total
49%.
Joining Clement and Bauer on the NWC
First Team were senior Rachel Wildman
(Ada), sophomore Paige Bellman (CG), freshman Alivia Koenig (BL) and junior Abbie
Parkins (BL). Clement and Bauer were repeat

first team selections from last year.


Brian Schroeder, who led Columbus Grove
(8-0) to the schools second NWC girls basketball title was selected as the NWC Coach
of the Year.
The team breakdowns are as follows:
FIRST TEAM
Jade Clement (CG) 11; Emily Bauer (CV) 12; Rachel
Wildman (ADA) 12; Paige Bellman (CG) 10; Alivia
Koenig (BL) 9; Abbie Parkins (BL) 11.
SECOND TEAM
Kylie Wyss (AE) 12; Paige Motycka (CV) 10; Jacey
Grigsby (SV) 12; Faith Vogel (PL) 11; Sarah Miller (DJ)
10.
HON. MENTION
Lynea Diller (CG) 12; Brady Guest (CV) 12; Andie
Schmutz (BL) 11; Katlyn Wendel (LV) 11; Haley Wyss
(ADA) 11; Claire Zaleski (CV) 12; Kyrah Yinger (CG)
12; Macy Wallace (DJ) 10; Sidney Faine (ADA) 12;
Brooke Hoffman (CG) 12.
FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS:
Columbus Grove 8-0; Crestview 7-1; Bluffton 6-2;
Ada 5-3; Delphos Jefferson 4-4; Spencerville 3-5; Allen
East 2-6; Lincolnview 1-7; Paulding 0-8.

Jones top MAC girls player


Information Submitted
New Bremen sophomore
Paige Jones was named the
Midwest Athletic Conference
girls basketball Player of the
Year for 2015-16.
Minster mentor Nann
Stechschulte was tabbed
Coach of the Year.
Her Wildcats (18-4, 9-0)
were the MAC champions
and finished ranked #6 in the
final AP Division IV poll.
It is Minsters 14th MAC
Championship in girls basketball all outright.
2015-2016

Bash

ALL

CONFERENCE TEAMS
FIRST TEAM
NAME SCHOOL GRADE
Kendra Siefring 12, Whitney Will
(Fort Recovery) 11; Emily Mescher
(Marion Local) 12; Courtney Prenger
9, Rose Westerbeck (Minster)
11; Paige Jones* 10, Debbie Paul
(New Bremen) 12; Rachel Leffel
12, Kenzie Shroer (New Knoxville)
11; Madilynn Schulte (St. Johns)
11; Lauren Monnin 12, Kami
McEldowney (Versailles) 10.
Team Champion: Minster (9-0).
Coach of the Year: Nann
Stechschulte (Minster)
SECOND TEAM
Maura Hoying 10, Denise
Schwieterman (Coldwater) 12; Grace
Thien (Fort Recovery) 10; Leanne
Huelsman 12, Lindsay Roetgerman
11, Hannah Schmitmeyer (Minster)

(Continued from page 6)

The only negative was we gave us some


layups which you will at times when you
press and we failed to body them up at the
rim and gave up some easy shots. Give Allen
East credit, too, for hitting some shots. They
never really let it get out of hand; that is an
improving team and they might be a top-3
picks in the NWC next year.
Smith now has 1,985 points.
After the horn ending the half, Allen Easts
Johnny Brinkman was assessed a technical
and Smith touched off a 7-0 string with both
foul shots. Allen East remained hot 6-of10 but although the visitors cooled off
for 6-of-15, they drained 8-of-10 at the line.
Thus, Jeffersons biggest lead was 63-44 on a
Stockwell drive-and-1 at 9.3 ticks.
Even though the Mustangs wouldnt quit
in an increasingly physical contest, the closest
they could get was 63-53 on a putback by
Smelcer at the 6-minute mark.
Jefferson counted 22-of-54 shots (7-of-19
3-pointers) for 40.7 percent; secured 31 off
the glass (14 offensive) as Josh Teman (10
markers) nabbed eight and Dalton Hicks six;
totaled seven errors; and added 15 fouls.
We got back to great ball movement,
sharing the ball, getting the ball to all the
right spots and all that stuff, Coach Smith
added. That led to our good scoring balance.
The interesting thing is we may see this team
down the road.
Allen East finished 9-of-12 at the line
(75%); grasped 25 boards (4 offensive) as
Spencer Miller (17 points) led with eight; with

Senior

(Continued from page 6)

The Blue Jays outscored


the Panthers 9-0 with Rode
scoring on the break and
Ditto scored twice from the
paint. With all four seniors
on the court for St. Johns,
the Jays led 42-13. Parkway
continued to fight with Barna
muscling inside for a pair of
buckets but it was too late.
The Blue Jays were
topped in scoring by Kreeger
with 12 points along with
Rode (9 points) and Ditto
(8). St. Johns shot 40% from
the floor and grabbed 31
rebounds.
Parkway struggled from
the floor, hitting only 19% of
their attempts.
The next game for
Parkway will be at Elida High
school against Mt. Blanchard
Riverdale in D-III sectional

Defense

16 turnovers; and 20 fouls.


With Alex Rode dropping a career-high
28, the Jefferson junior varsity waxed the
Mustangs 59-34.
Davion Tyson added 10 for the Wildcats
(18-3, 6-2).
Matt Fish, Chris Kleman and Dalton Clum
led the Mustangs with nine each.
Jefferson awaits the victor of Wednesdays
Division III matching between the Mustangs
and Wayne Trace

VARSITY
JEFFERSON (74)
Jace Stockwell 4-9-18, Drew Reiss 4-2-12, Josh
Teman 4-1-10, Brenan Auer 0-0-0, Trey Smith 8-10-29,
Ryan Goergens 0-0-0, Dalton Hicks 2-1-5, Grant Wallace
0-0-0. Totals 15-7-23/26-74.
ALLEN EAST (60)
Caleb Smelcer 7-4-19, Kain Foster 3-2-9, Spencer
Miller 7-2-17, Travis Guthrie 1-0-2, Luke Perkins 5-1-11,
Shane Gipson 0-0-0, Caleb Austin 0-0-0, Nick Kaiser
1-0-2, Chris Kleman 0-0-0, Johnny Brinkman 0-0-0.
Totals 21-3-9/12-60.
Score by Quarters:
Jefferson 14 27 22 11 - 74
Allen East
Three-point goals: Jefferson, Smith 3, Reiss 2,
Stockwell, Teman; Allen East, Smelcer, Foster, Miller.
JUNIOR VARSITY
JEFFERSON (59)
Caleb Lucas 0-1-1, Cole Arroyo 1-0-2, Kyle Wreede
1-0-3, Hunter Haehn 1-0-2, Tyler Bratton 1-0-3, Brandon
Herron 0-0-0, Trey Gossman 2-2-8, Davion Tyson 1-8-10,
Alex Rode 10-8-28, Drake Schmitt 1-0-2. Totals 14-419/30-59.
ALLEN EAST (34)
Albert Hughes 1-0-3, Matt Fish 3-3-9, Trenton Duran
0-0-0, Chris Kleman 2-5-9, Lake Brinkman 0-0-0, Brady
Harris 0-0-0, Caleb Austin 0-1-1, Dalton Clum 3-0-9,
Robert Lutes 1-1-3. Totals 6-4-10/17-34.
Score by Quarters:
Jefferson 18 7 24 10 - 59
Allen East 6 7 13 8 - 34
Three-point goals: Jefferson, Gossman 2, Wreede,
Bratton; Allen East, Clum 3, Hughes.

action. Tip off is scheduled


for 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday.
St. Johns (8-13) will face
Kalida on Tuesday at the
D-IV sectionals held at Van
Wert.
We are looking to gain
some confidence heading into
the post-season. We will continue to scout, watch films,
with the same preparation as
any other game this season,
Elwer added.
In junior varsity action,
Parkway defeated the Jays
37-34.
Andrew Baker led the
Panthers with 15 points and
Jack Wehe added 10.
Matthew Miller scored 10
for St. Johns (10-12), who
will play Jefferson today.

Varsity
Parkway (19)
Logan Huff 2-0-5, Sage Duggan
1-2-4, Andrew Baker 0-1-1, Justin
Barna 3-0-6, Hayden Lyons 0-0-0,
Clayton Agler 0-0-0, Mason Baxter

(Continued from page 6)


Youtsey led the scoring for the Lancers
with 14 points, Adams had 12, and senior Josh
Leiter, who started in placed of an injured
Trevor Neate, had 11.
Arellano led the Panthers in scoring with
13 and Edwards ended the night with 12
It was a great atmosphere for us to play

12; Alyse Clune (New Bremen) 12;


Haley Hawk (Parkway) 10; Ellie
Stammen (St. Henry) 12; Sydney
Fischbach 12, Lexie Hays (St. Johns)
12; Danielle Winner (Versailles) 10.
HONORABLE MENTION
Kourtney Diller (Coldwater) 10;
Carley Stone (Fort Recovery) 10;
Allie Prueter (Marion Local) 12;
Jane Homan (New Bremen) 10;
Abby Lageman (New Knoxville) 12;
Sarah Gehron (Parkway) 11; Jacey
King (St. Henry) 12; Jessica Geise
(St. Johns) 11; Camille Watren
(Versailles) 11.
2015-2016
FINAL
STANDINGS: 1. Minster 9-0; 2.
Fort Recovery 7-2/New Bremen 7-2/
New Knoxville 7-2; 5. Versailles 5-4;
6. St. Johns 4-5; 7. Marion Local
3-6; 8. Coldwater 2-7; 9. St. Henry
1-8; 10. Parkway 0-9.

0-0-0, Jack Wehe 1-0-2. Totals: 6-14/11-19.


St. Johns (42)
Robby Saine 2-0-6, Tim Kreeger
5-2-12, Jared Wurst 1-0-3, Ryan
Hellman 1-0-2, Josh Warnecke
0-0-0, Owen Rode 3-2-9, Connor
Hulihan 0-0-0, Owen Baldauf 0-11, Tyler Ledyard 0-1-1, Collin Will
0-0-0, Grant Csukker 0-0-0, Lucas
Metcalfe 0-0-0, Jesse Ditto 4-0-8.
Totals 12-4-6-42.
Score By Quarters
Parkway 2- 2- 6 9- (19)
St. Johns 14-5-14-9- (42)
Three-Point Goals: Parkway,
Huff; St. Johns, Saine 2,Wurst,
Rode.
Junior Varsity
Parkway (37)
Preston Stober 3-0-6, Caden
May 3-0-6, Justin Rice 0-0-0, Jack
Wehe 2-6-10, Brandon Ganger 0-0-0,
Andrew Baker 5-5-15. Totals: 13-011/15-37.
St. Johns (34)
Lucas Metcalfe 2-0-4, Curtis
Schwinnen 2-1-5, Matthew Miller
4-0-10, James Garrett 2-2-6, Troy
Elwer 1-4-6. Totals: 10-2-8/16-34.
Score By Quarters
Parkway 4-12-10-9-(37)
St. Johns 4-7-16-7- (34)
Three-Point Goals: Parkway,
none; St. Johns, Miller 2.

Kalida senior Cathy Basinger, seated center, signs a national letter-of-intent to attend the
University of St. Francis College in Fort Wayne and play soccer for the Lady Cougars.
With her are her parents, Jackie and Ken; and standing, USF head coach Christy Young
and Kalida head man Dave Kehres. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)

Basinger gets dream,


signs with St. Francis
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sport Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

KALIDA Kalida senior Cathy Basinger


knew what she wanted from early on in her
high school soccer career.
Thursday afternoon, she fulfilled it.
Basinger signed a national letter-of-intent
to attended the University of St. Francis and
play soccer for the Lady Cougars of head
coach Christy Young.
I got interested in USF since my sophomore year after attending their camp. I knew
then that this was where I wanted to go to
college and play soccer, Basinger said. I
really liked their soccer program and their
academic program as well; those attracted me.
I just really liked the people and the campus is
beautiful. It was like home to me, very much
like here in Kalida. No other school really
interested me; Id get the brochures from them
and such but I had my mind made up.
I plan on majoring in Business
Administration but Im not sure what direction I want to go with it yet.
With the close of her senior season of
basketball Tuesday, Basinger can get about
preparing for the next level for the National
Association of Intercollegiate Association
institution that is part of the Crossroads
League.
I will be playing club ball for Grand Lake
United in the spring. I also will be getting
USFs summer workout program and I will
be following that, Basinger added. I played
defense here and for Grand Lake, so I expect
them to keep me there. I know I have to work
on my strength, speed, conditioning and footwork to have a chance to play right away.
From what I saw, they play much of the same
style as we do here.
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I am excited that she is coming to play
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Lady Green romp Rangers


By Charlie Warnimont
Sentinel Sports Editor
news@delphosherald.com

FINDLAY It didnt
take long for Ottoville to set
the tone for its Division IV
sectional semifinal against
Continental Wednesday night.
Using solid defensive play
and an opportunistic offense,
the Lady Big Green scored
the first 10 points and ran off
points in bunches.
Ottoville, the fifth-ranked
team in Division IV, had a
double-digit early in the contest and kept adding to it as
they rolled by their Putnam
County League rival 84-29 in
the first game at Findlay HS.
The Big Green (21-2)
advance to the sectional finals
8 p.m. Saturday to face another PCL rival in Miller City.
The Wildcats advanced on
a 59-48 win over McComb in
the nightcap.
The Pirates end at 1-21.
Ottoville dominated play
from the opening tip as they
held the Pirates without
a point for nearly six minutes while building a 10-0
lead. Two Alexis Thorbahn
3-pointers staked the Big
Green to a 6-0 lead before
an inside basket by Bridget
Landin and a layup off
a steal by Brooke Mangas
had Ottoville leading 10-0.
The Pirates finally scored at
2:13 of the first quarter on a
3-pointer by Amber Logan.
The Big Green then went
on a 8-2 run, as Landin scored
four points, for an 18-5 lead
before Logan finished the
quarter with a jumper, giving
Ottoville an 18-7 lead.
Logan had all seven of the
Pirates points in the quarter.
Our defense is what powers our offense, Ottoville
coach Dave Kleman said.
But we have done a lot
of work with the halfcourt
offense just because we dont
press the whole game when
were up; we work on the
halfcourt. We play 8-10 kids
and have some JV kids that
could start for many teams.
We try to wear you down.
Ottoville was deep into its
bench the first half; the Pirates
played 10 for the entire game.
That depth came into play
the second quarter as the Big
Green continued to build its

lead, outscoring the Pirates


31-6. Ottoville scored the first
12 points as Mangas had six
points and Landin added four.
CJ Kemper had the other two.
Once again, the Pirates
had trouble scoring against
the Big Green defense as they
didnt score their first points
of the quarter until the 5-minute mark when Alivia Homier
dropped in a basket. Ottoville
then went on a 17-2 run for a
47-11 lead as Nicole Kramer
jump-started that with a 3,
then came back with a 3-point
play. Mangas had another
four points, 10 for the quarter.
Ottoville dropped its pressure with three minutes left in
the half.
Thats kind of what we
do; we keep pushing the
ball, keep pushing the ball,
Kleman said. Were hoping
the other team cant keep up
with us the whole half or
game. They might keep up
with us for a quarter or a
quarter and a half, but its
tough if you dont play a lot
of bench to keep up.
While Ottoville dominated the scoreboard, they also
dominated most categories as
they outrebounded the Pirates
43-21 and forced 30 miscues.
They also knocked down
seven 3-pointers between six
players and were 23-of-28 at
the line on their ability to get
inside and draw fouls.
Landin and Mangas paced
Ottoville with 17 points each,
while Kemper and Thorbahn
added 10. Twelve players
scored as the starters were on
the bench most of the final
quarter.
Logan was the only Pirate
player in double digits as the
sophomore scored 10 points.

Continental 10- 6-10 29: Riley


Fenter 0-0-0; Paige Lawhorn 1-0-3;
Alivia Homier 1-1-3; Jaylen Armey
1-0-2; Blair Tegenkamp 20-4; Amber
Logan 3-2-10; Madison Sharp 1-3-5;
Ashley Mansfield 1-0-2.
Ottoville 26- 23-28 84:
Cassandra Kemper 3-2-10; Brynlee
Hanneman 1-0-2; Madison Knodell
1-0-2; Bridget Landin 5-6-17; Nicole
Kramer 3-1-8; Haley Hoersten 0-2-2;
Quinley Schlagbaum 1-2-4; Brooke
Mangas 6-4-17; Amber Miller 0-6-6;
Kasey Knippen 1-0-3; Emily Landin
1-0-2; Alicia Honigford 0-0-0; Alexis
Thorbahn 4-0-10; Madison Averesch
0-0-0; Abi Hilvers 0-0-0.
Continental 7 6 10 6 - 29
Ottoville 18 31 16 19 - 84
Three-point goals: Continental 3
(Lawhorn 1, Logan 2); Ottoville 7
(Kemper 1, B. Landin 1, Kramer 1,
Mangas 1, Knippen 1, Thorbahn 2).

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oust Lady Lancers

DHI Media Correspondent


sports@timesbulletin.com

HARROD Fifth-seeded
New Knoxville simply had
too many offensive weapons in Wednesdays Division
IV sectional battle with
12th-seeded Lincolnview.
The Lady Rangers (15-8)
scored from inside, outside,
and mid-range while shooting 54 percent from the field
in their 64-36 win.
The Lady Lancers season
ends at 5-18 but they have a
lot to look forward to. The
Lancers, with only one senior
on the roster, will return a lot
of experience in 2016-17.
Win/loss-wise, if you
just look at it that way, it
was not a successful season but as coaches and as
a team, we dont look at it
that way, said Lancer coach
Dan Williamson. We were
playing a lot of inexperienced
girls, so they have a year of
experience that we can build
off for next year. A lot of the
work that we put in this year
will hopefully pay off next
year and the year after that.
Due to an ACL tear,
Lincolnview was without its
senior, Ashton Bowersock,
until the last two weeks of
the season. Talented sophomore Alana Williams missed
the entire year, also with an
ACL tear.
New Knoxville started the
game with a 10-1 spurt, while
Lincolnview was missing its
first five field goal tries and
turning the ball over four
times. Katlyn Wendel, the
only junior on the Lancer roster, nailed a 3-pointer from
the left wing at 1:20, the first
of her four in the game, to end
that streak. However, an oldstyle 3-point play by Ranger
senior Rachel Leffel with 10
seconds remaining made it
13-4 at the first break.
The offenses broke loose
in in the second quarter. The
Rangers led 17-4 before the
Lancer shooters suddenly
found the range. Bowersock
swished a 17-foot baseline
deuce, then hit the and-1.
New Knoxville trumped
that with a layup by Abby
Lageman (assist Leffel) and a

Lincolnview senior Ashton Bowersock (3) drives between a pair of New Knoxville defenders during
a Division IV sectional semifinal game at Allen East on Wednesday. Bowersock, who missed nearly
the entire season due to recovery from a torn ACL, scored seven points in her final high school
game. (DHI Media/John Parent)

Leffel free throw, but Wendel


hit nothing but net on two
straight threes from the right
wing 20-13, Rangers, at
5:45.
Leffel escaped for a layup,
but Lincolnviews Maddie
Gorman did likewise (assist
Bowersock) 22-15 with
4:48 on the clock and
Lancer fans still had hope.
It didnt last.
The Rangers scored the
next nine in a row to lead
31-15. A Maddie Gorman
bank shot from the the free
throw area and a Wendel putback cut it to 31-19 at 2:29,
but New Knoxville pulled out
to a 38-21 halftime lead.
During that hot-shooting
second quarter, the Rangers
shot 60 percent (9 of 15) from
the field, the Lancers 58 percent (7 of 12). For the entire
16 minutes, New Knoxville
was at 54 percent (14 of 26),
Lincolnview 44 percent (8
of 18). The Rangers also
dominated the other stats
rebounding (16-9), turnovers
(5 for New Knoxville, 10 for
Lincolnview), and free throw
shooting 73 percent (8 of
11) to 40 percent (2 of 5).
The third period was all
Rangers at both ends. New
Knoxville ended the quarter

on a 9-0 run to win the period


13-4 and lead 51-25.
New Knoxville extended
its run to 13-0 by scoring the
first four points of the final
quarter. The Lancers then
heated up offensively, and the
teams battled on even terms
during the last six minutes.
For the game as a whole,
Lincolnview shot a respectable 41 percent (15 of 37)
from the field, but that
paled in comparison to New
Knoxvilles 54 percent (26
of 48). The Rangers also
won the boards 29-20 and
had fewer turnovers, 11-17.
New Knoxville shot 62 percent (8 of 13) from the line,
Lincolnview 40 percent (2 of
5). The Lancers didnt go to
the line at all in the second
half; the Rangers only went
there twice, missing both.
Were just too sporadic on our defensive possessions, said Williamson. We
put two or three together,
then wed have five bad ones.
Thats the sign of a young
team. We knew wed have to
play by far our best game of
the season just to be in it at
the end. Theyre just a solid
team. Theyre physical, good
athletes, and good shooters.
New Knoxville was led

in scoring by Leffel, Kenzie


Schroer, Jenna Schwieterman,
and Lageman with 18, 17, 11,
and 9. Leffel and Lageman
are the only two seniors on
the Ranger roster. Wendel
had 17 and Bowersock 7 for
Lincolnview.
I cant say enough
about her (Bowersock),
said Williamson. She was
at pretty much every practice; even when she couldnt
play she was still in the gym
supporting her teammates.
Probably came back earlier
than she should have, but
thats just how Ashton is. She
loves to play. It just says a lot
about who she is and what
shes willing to sacrifice for
the team.
***
LINCOLNVIEW (36)
Bowersock 3 1-1 7, Olivia Gorman
2 0-0 4, Wendel 6 1-2 17, Looser 0
0-0 0, Schimmoeller 1 0-0 2, Snyder
0 0-0 0, Carey 0 0-0 0, Maddie
Gorman 2 0-0 4, Welch 0 0-0 0,
Brant 1 0-2 2. Totals 16 2-5 36.
NEW KNOXVILLE (64)
Schroer 7 1-1 17, Miller 0 2-2 2,
Schwieterman 5 0-0 11, Lageman
4 1-4 9, Leffel 8 2-4 18, Louth 0 0-0
0, Katterheinrich 1 0-0 2, Lammers
0 0-0 0, Scott 1 2-2 5, Doty 0 0-0 0.
Totals 26 8-13 64.
Lincolnview 4 17 4 11 - 36
New Knoxville 13 25 13 13 - 64
3-point field goals: Lincolnview
4 (Wendel 4), New Knoxville 4
(Schroer 2, Schwieterman, Scott).

Beaver women cruise T-Birds knock out Bearcats in sectionals


By Ryan Schadewald
Sports information assistant
Bluffton University
BLUFFTON The Bluffton University womens basketball team left no doubt about the inevitable result on Senior
Night as the Beavers cruised to a 79-50 win in their final regular-season game at the Sommer Center on Wednesday.
The win clinches a first-round bye in the upcoming HCAC
tournament, securing a top two seed with a 15-2 conference
record. The Beavers also sit at 22-2 overall, with a first-ever
spotless 12-0 home mark.
Earlham fell to 5-19, 3-4 in the HCAC.
The home team jumped on top with a great start, getting
out to a 15-6 lead in the opening six minutes, including points
from all five of the senior starters. The lead would stay in
the 9- to 11-point range before a triple from Taylor Whitaker
(Mansfield/Lexington) at the buzzer gave Bluffton the 26-14
spread after the first.
The Beavers continued to pour it on in the second, starting the quarter on an 11-4 spurt, including five markers from
Kaycee Rowe (Harrod/Allen East) to push Blufftons lead out
to 37-18 at the 6:16 mark. The Quakers got within 14 late in the
second but a Rachel Beining (Ottoville) layup made it 44-28
at the break.
The third period saw the Quakers sneak back to within 12
a couple of times early, including 48-36 with 6:40 to play. But
a Rowe triple and layup from Kaitlyn Pennekamp (Hamilton/
Ross) made it a 17-point spread. After a deuce from Earlham,
Abby Jerger (Middletown/Madison) and Pennekamp added
back-to-back layins for a 19-point advantage, a lead the
Beavers would take into the fourth.
Two Pennekamp buckets sandwiched around a hoop-andharm from Whitaker gave the Beavers seven straight counters
to open the final quarter and make it 69-43 with 8:45 to play.
It left Pennekamp just one point shy of 1,000 for her career.
The Beavers continued feeding her the rock until she broke the
barrier on a layup at the 2:54 mark and a 75-48 cushion. At that
point, the seniors left the floor to a rousing ovation.
Bluffton finished the contest shooting at a 54.4 percent clip
(31-of-57) from the field, 28.6 percent (4-of-14) from deep.
Earlham shot 37 percent (20-of-54), including 0-for-10 from
beyond the arc. The Beavers won the battle of the boards,
33-28, and committed five fewer turnovers (16-11).
Pennekamp led the Beavers as she dropped in 18 points to
go along with five boards. Whitaker chipped in with 15 markers in just 17 minutes of play.
She moved up to 6th on the all-time list with 1,021 points
and the Pennekamp-Whitaker combo are the first classmates
for the Bluffton women to go over 1,000 career tallies!
Whitaker also dished out five assists, tying her career high.
Rowe added 14 counters to go along with a team-high eight
boards. Taylor Knight (Perrysburg) scored nine points with a
team-high seven assists.

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

BATH TOWNSHIP Any time a


basketball team gets 14 extra shots due
to supremacy forcing turnovers and getting offensive rebounds, their chances
for victory become much better.
Lima Central Catholic was that team
Wednesday night, at the expense of
Spencerville.
The Lady Thunderbirds used that to
full effect as they dismissed the Lady
Bearcats 61-32 in Division III Sectional
action at Bath High Schools The Bath
Tub.
LCC (9-14) had 18 offensive
rebounds to nine for the Lady Bearcats
(8-15) and forced 17 turnovers, only
committing eight of their own.
It was even more effective as the
Black Attack could only can 12-of-50
fielders (2-of-14 downtown) for 24 percent.
You cant give a team that shoots as
well as LCC does that many extra possessions; it will just cost you too much.
Then you throw in how poorly we shot
and we gave ourselves no real chance
today, Spencerville head coach Greg
Ekis explained. I thought we executed
our offense well enough to get good
shots but we couldnt hit them. You
have to hit 3s or layups to compete; it
doesnt matter. That is one area we must
address in the off-season; as soon as the
time is right, we have to get to work on
shooting.
LCC coach Katie Krieg was pleased
with the team effort.
We had contributions from everybody we had in. We had the two major
emphases in our game plan of forcing
turnovers and getting extra shots and we
did that, she added. I was just hoping
we could finish more of those turnovers
by making layups. Offensive rebounding just came down to use being a little
quicker to the ball than they were.
Spencervilles cold shooting started from the onset of this contest.
LCCs Madison Stolly (15 counters, 9
rebounds, 5 steals, 4 assists) scored first
at 7:10 but the Bearcats had the only tie
as Jenna Henline (4 markers, 12 boards,

3 assists) retaliated at 6:16. When Stolly


hit the 2nd-of-2 foul shots at the 5-minute mark, LCC had the lead for good.
Spencerville could only shoot 2-of-15
in the opening period but the T-Birds
countered with 4-of-18, aided by eight
offensive rebounds. When Samantha
Koenig (18 counters, 6 caroms) drove
to the basket just before the horn, the
T-Birds led 10-6.
Neither team could really catch fire
from the floor in the second stanza
combining on 10-of-27 as LCC played
its usual man-to-man and Spencerville
dropped into a 1-3-1 and also totaled
10 total miscues (6 by the Bearcats). The
difference in scoring came at the foul
line as the Birds hit 5-of-7, whereas the
Bearcats did not attempt a free throw
in the first half. As well, Spencervilles
Kaiden Grigsby (5 caroms) picked up
her third foul with just under a minute
left. When Natalie Snider (14 markers 4 bombs - 11 caroms, 3 blocks) buried a
bomb from the left wing at 5.1 ticks left,
LCC led 28-18.
Then came the crucial stretch in the
third period a 9-0 LCC spurt that
pushed the lead to 37-18 on a bomb
by Koenig at 4:57. From then on, LCC
maintained a lead between 15 and 19
before the Bearcats ran off the final
four points driving baskets by senior
Jacey Grigsby (4 counters) at 45 ticks
and 15 ticks to get within 42-27.
Tiffany Work (5 markers) scored
early for the Bearcats in the fourth but
that was short-lived as the Thunderbirds
took total control with a 19-5 period.
Spencerville could not stop LCC (8-of15) and could not catch fire (2-of-11).
The biggest lead was the final margin as
the coaches went to the deeper reserves
to close the contest.
Spencerville totaled 6-of-8 foul shots
(75%); 34 rebounds as senior Caitlyn
Probst (10 markers) added five; and 15
fouls.
We lose the two seniors, Caitlyn and
Jacey. They are 4-year letterwinners and
special players for us and they wont
be easy to replace, Ekis added. The
future is bright for us: we played four
sophomores and a freshman a lot, as
well as the juniors. Again, we just have
to work at it to improve in the off-sea-

son.
Lima Central Catholic ended up
23-of-64 shooting (6-of-20 long range)
for 35.9 percent and 9-of-15 singles
(60%); with 46 caroms; and with 12
fouls.
LCC will play Upper Scioto Valley, a
64-41 victor over Waynesfield-Goshen
Wednesday, at 8 p.m. today.
Emily Patton led the Lady Rams with
25 markers and Madison Crumrine (3
treys) and Alexis Carroll added 10 each.
Kayla Wicker was the sole Lady
Tiger in double digits with 12.
USV began with a 16-9 first period
and opened it up with a 25-11 third
period.

SPENCERVILLE (32)
Sydney Shaffer 0-0-0, Kaiden Grigsby 0-0-0,
Lexi Gilroy 0-0-0, Jenna Henline 2-0-4, Carliegh
Hefner 0-0-0, Jayden Smith 1-5-7, Tiffany Work
2-1-5, Caitlyn Probst 4-0-10, Allison Adams 0-00, Jacey Grigsby 2-0-4, Julie Mulholland 0-0-0,
Allison Bowsher 0-0-0, Alex Carter 1-0-2. Totals
10-2-6/8-32.
LIMA CENTRAL CATHOLIC (61)
Emma Baumgardner 0-0-0, Hailey Koenig
1-0-2, Lauren Huysman 0-0-0, Jaclyn Diglio
0-0-0, Josie Mohler 3-0-6, Samantha Koening
7-2-18, Madison Stolly 5-5-15, Hannah Garver
0-0-0, Natalie Snider 5-0-14, Jessica Wilker 0-00, Mikaela Dahill 0-2-2, TaeOasha Rios 1-0-2.
Totals 17-6-9/15-61.
Score by Quarters:
Spencerville 6 12 9 5 - 32
Lima CC 10 18 14 19 - 61
Three-point goals: Spencerville, Probst 2;
Lima Central Catholic, Snider 4, S. Koenig 2.
=========
WAYNESFIELD-GOSHEN (41)
Madison Buffenbarger 3-0-8, Bailie Barrington
1-0-2, Aubrey Biederman 1-0-2, Kayla Wicker
3-6-12, Kiley Valenti 3-0-6, Cassidy Craig 0-00, Jenna Crawford 2-0-4, Halie Gilroy 1-0-2,
Paige Crawford 1-0-3, Lynsey Lowe 0-0-0, Julia
Millirans 1-0-2. Totals 13/36-3/9-6/9-41.
UPPER SCIOTO VALLEY (64).
Kayla Broseke 0-0-0, Madison Crumrine 3-110, Shelby Spradlin 3-0-7, Miranda Holbrook
0-0-0, Kaycee Carroll 3-2-10, Alexis Elliott 1-0-2,
Maddison Lowery 2-0-4, Taylor Herron 0-0-0,
Emily Patton 11-1-25, Haley Hunsicker 3-0-6.
Totals 18/36-8/20-4/6-64.
Score by Quarters:
Waynesfield-Goshen 9 9 11 12 - 41
Upper Scioto Valley 16 13 25 10 - 64
Three-point goals: Waynesfield-Goshen,
Buffenbarger 2, P. Crawford; Upper Scioto
Valley, Crumrine 3, Carroll 2, Patton 2, Spradlin.
Rebounds: Waynesfield-Goshen 28/13 off.
(Wicker/J. Crawford 7), Upper Scioto Valley 29/11
off. (Hunsicker 8). Assists: Waynesfield-Goshen
7 (Buffenbarger/P. Crawford 2), Upper Scioto
Valley 12 (Patton 4). Steals: Waynesfield-Goshen
3 (Barrington/J. Crawford/Lowe 1), Upper Scioto
Valley 10 (Spradlin 3). Turnovers: WaynesfieldGoshen 16, Upper Scioto Valley 6. Fouls:
Waynesfield-Goshen 6, Upper Scioto Valley 11.

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The Mysteries of Laura Law & Order: SVU (N) Chicago P.D. (N) HD
Hells Kitchen (N) HD
Local Programs
Local Programs
American Idol (N) HD
Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order: Illegal
Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order: Driven
Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck (N)
Jep (N) HD Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
Duck HD
U.S. Marshals (98, PG-13) Tommy Lee Jones.
Enemy of the State (98, R) aaa Gene Hackman, Jon Voight. HD
To Be Announced
(:01) To Be Announced (:02) To Be Announced (:03) To Be Announced (:04) To Be Announced
Manns
About the Business (N) About the Business
Wendy Williams (N) HD
Payne HD Payne HD Manns
Housewives (TV14)
Newlyweds (TV14) (N)
Watch What Newlyweds (TV14)
Housewives
Housewives (TV14)
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Redneck Island HD
Party Down South HD Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Skull Challenge HD
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360
Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park Broad City South Park Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight Broad City
Dual Survival (N) HD
Venom Hunters (N) HD Dual Survival HD
Venom Hunters HD
Dual Survival (N) HD
Jessie HD Liv HD
Undercover Girl Meets Austin HD Up, Up and Away (00)
Nanny McPhee (06, PG) aaa
Kardashians (TV14) HD Kardashians (TV14) HD Kardashians (TV14) HD E! News (N) HD
NBA Basketball: San Antonio vs Sacramento (Live) HD
NBA Basketball: Washington Wizards at Chicago Bulls (Live)
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
(7:00) College Bball HD College Basketball: Arizona vs Colorado (Live)
Diners HD Diners HD Guilty (N) Top 5 (N) Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
You Again (10, PG) HD
Hungry (N) Baby Daddy Freaky Friday (03, PG) aac Jamie Lee Curtis. HD The 700 Club (TV G)
World War Z (13, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos.
World War Z (13, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos.
Hunters
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers (N) Hunters
American Pickers (N)
Pawn Stars Join Die
(:03) Vikings (TV14) HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
Little Women: LA (N)
Little Women: Atlanta Little Women: Atlanta Little Women: LA HD
Little Women: LA (N)
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
MTV Suspect (N) HD
Henry
Nicky
Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Transformers: Revenge (09) aac HD The Dark Knight (08, PG-13) aaaa Christian Bale, Michael Caine. HD
Face Off (TVPG) (N) HD
The Magicians HD
Face Off (TVPG) HD
Generations (94) aa HD
Face Off: Deaths HD
Broke Girls Conan HD
Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (TV14) (N) HD
M*A*S*H (70, R) aaac Donald Sutherland.
(:15) Network (76, R)
A Little Romance (79, PG) Laurence Olivier. HD
My 600-lb Life (N) HD
(:01) Fat Chance (N) HD (:02) My 600-lb Life HD Fat Chance: Daniel
My 600-lb Life (N) HD
CSI: NY (TV14) HD
CSI: NY: Childs Play
Castle: Dance Death
Castle: 47 Seconds
Castle: The Limey HD
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Wild Things (N) HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Younger
Teachers Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Suits: Tick Tock (N)
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
NCIS: Status Update
NCIS: Translation HD
Mob Wives (TV14) HD
Couples Retreat (09, PG-13) aa Vince Vaughn. HD
Daughter
Mob Wives (N) HD
Person of Interest HD Person of Interest HD Person of Interest HD Outsiders: Demolition How I Met How I Met
Girls HD
Vinyl (TVMA) HD
Annabelle (14, R) Annabelle Wallis.
Furious 7
(6:40) Furious 7 (15)
VICE HD
The Transporter (02, PG-13) aaa HD Femme Fatales HD
Femme
Neighbors (14, R) Seth Rogen, Zac Efron. HD
Michael Jacksons Journey (16) HD Traffic (01, R) Michael Douglas. HD
The Imitation Game (14, PG-13) aaac HD
Nature Snow Chick

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| Atchafalaya Houseboat

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FEBRUARY 22, 2016


9:00

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PBS

WEDNESDAY EVENING

12:30

Castle (TVPG) (N) HD


Local
Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
The Bachelor (TVPG) (N) HD
NCIS: Los Angeles (N)
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Late Late
Supergirl (TVPG) (N) HD Scorpion (TV14) (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
Superstore Telenovela The Biggest Loser: Live Finale (TVPG) (N) HD
Lucifer (TV14) (N) HD
Local Programs
Local Programs
The X-Files (TV14) (N)
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
Criminal Minds HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
Gladiator (00, R) aaaa Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix. HD
Better Call Saul (N) HD Better Call Saul HD
(:08) Lost World (97)
(5:55) Lost World (97) Better Call Saul HD
To Be Announced
(:01) To Be Announced (:02) To Be Announced (:03) To Be Announced (:04) To Be Announced
Martin
Martin
Martin
(:50) Martin (TVPG)
Martin
Wendy Williams (N) HD
Jenkins aa Martin
Vanderpump Rules (N)
Watch What Vanderpump Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Housewives
Vanderpump Rule (N)
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Skull Challenge HD
Skull Challenge HD
Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Skull Challenge HD
CNN Newsroom (N) HD
Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight with Don CNN Tonight (N)
South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight South Park
Diesel Brothers (N) HD (:01) Street Outlaws HD (:02) Diesel Brothers HD
Street Outlaws: Full HD Street Outlaws (N) HD
Undercover Girl Meets Austin HD Jessie HD Jessie HD
Princess Protection Program (09) aa Jessie HD Liv HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
E! News (N) HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
(7:00) College Bball HD College Basketball: Iowa State vs West Virginia
Basketball Storied HD NFL Live HD
(7:00) Wom. Basketball Womens College Basketball (Live) HD
Cake Wars: Shrek (N) Cake Wars (TV G) HD
Chopped: Circus HD
Cake Wars: Shrek HD
Kids Baking (N) HD
Recovery Road (N) HD
The Fosters (TV14) HD
The 700 Club (TV G)
The Middle The Middle
The Fosters (N) HD
Transformers: Dark of the Moon aac
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (11, PG-13) aac Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel.
Hunters
Hunters
Tiny House Tiny House Ellens Design HD
Hunters
Hunters
Ellens Design (N) HD
Swamp People (N) HD
Billion Dollar Wreck (N) Billion Dollar Wreck HD (:01) Swamp Blood HD
Swamp Blood (N) HD
Biography (TVPG) HD
Walk the Line (05) HD
Walk the Line (05, PG-13) aaac Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon. HD
Teen Mom (TVPG) HD
Teen Mom: Taking Chances (TVPG) (N) HD
True Life HD
Teen Mom (TVPG) HD
Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Henry
HALO (N)
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Jail
Jail
Cops HD
Lost Girl (TVPG) (N)
Bitten (N)
The Magicians HD
The Conjuring (13)
The Magicians (N) HD
Family Guy Family Guy Bee (N) HD Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Tribeca
Conan HD
Family Guy Dad (N) HD Tribeca
The More the Merrier (43, NR) Jean Arthur. HD
Correspondent (40)
A Foreign Affair (48, NR) aaa Jean Arthur.
48 Hours: Hard HD
48 Hours: Hard (N) HD 48 Hours: Hard (N) HD 48 Hours: Hard (N) HD 48 Hours: Hard HD
Major Crimes (N) HD
Major Crimes HD
Law & Order (TV14) HD Law & Order (TV14) HD
Major Crimes HD
Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre Foods America Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre Foods HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Raymond Loves Raymond HD
(:05) Colony (TV14) HD
CSI: Crime Scene HD
WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) HD
Michelle
Hit the Floor (N) HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Stevie J
Michelle
Love & Hip Hop (N) HD Stevie J
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
Fried Green Tomatoes (91, PG-13) aaa Jessica Tandy, Kathy Bates. HD
(:15) Vinyl: Pilot (TVMA) HD
(:10) Vinyl (TVMA) HD
Marigold Hotel (15) HD Becoming Mike (N) HD
Miami Vice (06, R) Jamie Foxx, Colin Farrell. HD
Lingerie
Lingerie
Drumline (02, PG-13) aac Nick Cannon. HD
Shameless: Paradise
Billions: The Deal HD
The Circus Mr. Ripley
Shameless: Paradise
Billions: The Deal HD

8:30

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| Austin City Limits 2015 Hall of Fame Special

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Journey to the Oscars Local Programs
Local Programs
The Good Wife (N) HD
CSI: Cyber (N) HD
Local Programs
(:35) Local
Madam Secretary (N)
Local Programs
Dateline NBC HD
(7:00) Dateline NBC HD Tribute to James Burrows (TV14) (N) HD
Local Programs
Simpsons Cooper (N) Family Guy Bordertown Local Programs
Leverage: Future Job
Leverage (TVPG) HD
Flashpoint (TVPG) HD
Flashpoint: Surface
Leverage (TVPG) HD
Hoarders (TVPG) (N) HD Intervention (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TVPG) HD
Hoarders (TVPG) HD
Hoarders (TVPG) HD
The Walking Dead (N)
Talking Dead (N) HD
Better Call Saul HD
Comic Book Dead HD
The Walking Dead HD
To Be Announced
Curse Frozen (N) HD
Curse Frozen HD
North Woods Law HD
North Woods Law (N)
Criminals at Work HD
Popoff
Danny
This Christmas (07) HD Payne HD Payne HD Criminals at Work HD
Potomac (TV14) (N) HD
Housewives (TV14)
Watch What Housewives (TV14)
Potomac
Real Housewives (N)
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Rick Morty Tyson
Venture
Pickles
King of Hill Cleveland Dad HD
Redneck Island HD
Skull Challenge HD
Skull Challenge HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Skull Challenge (N) HD
Anthony: Las Vegas
Anthony: Tokyo
Anthony: Cuba
And the Oscar Goes To... (TVMA) HD
Iglesias (TV14) HD
Gabriel Iglesias: Aloha Fluffy HD
(:55) Gabriel Iglesia HD Gabriel Iglesias: Aloha Fluffy HD
Alaska: Last (TVPG) HD
Alaska: Last (N) HD
Alaska: Last (TVPG) HD
Alaska: Last (TVPG) HD
Alaska: Last (TVPG) HD
Stuck HD
BUNKD
Girl Meets Undercover Liv HD
Best HD
Jessie HD Jessie HD
Liv (N) HD Best HD
Kardashians (N) HD
Hollywood Medium (N) Kardashians (TV14) HD
Hollywood Medium HD
Kardashians (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
NBA Basketball: Los Angeles Lakers at Chicago Bulls (Live)
CrossFit Games
30 for 30 HD
ESPN FC HD
Americas Rugby Championship (Taped)
Cutthroat Kitchen (N)
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
All-Star Academy HD
Guys Grocery Games All-Star Academy (N)
Mulan (98, G) Ming-Na Wen, Lea Salonga. HD
Osteen
Turning
Aladdin (92, G) aaac Scott Weinger. HD
The Heat (13, R) aac Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy.
The Heat (13, R) aac Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy.
Hunt (N)
Life (N) HD Life (N) HD Island Life Island Life Hunters
Hunters
Life HD
Life HD
Hunt (N)
(:03) Forged in Fire HD Join Die
Join Die
Ax Men: Logged HD
Ax Men: Logged (N) HD Ax Men (TV14) (N) HD
Til Death Do Us Part (15, NR) Haylie Duff. HD
Til Death Do Us (15)
The Wrong Car (16, NR) Danielle Savre. HD
Little Man (06, PG-13) ac Marlon Wayans.
Friday After Next (02) White Chicks (04, PG-13) aa Shawn Wayans.
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Nicky, Ricky (TV G)
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
The Reaping (07, R) Hilary Swank.
(7:00) Youre Next (13) The Conjuring (13, R) aaac Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson.
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Now You See Me (13, PG-13) Jesse Eisenberg.
Tom Jones (63, NR) aaa Albert Finney, Susannah York.
The Slipper and the Rose (76, G) aac Richard Chamberlain.
Married By
Long Island Medium
Long Island Medium
(:01) Married By Mom & Dad (N) HD Long Island Medium
The Express (08, PG) aaa Rob Brown, Dennis Quaid. HD
The Blind Side (09, PG-13) Sandra Bullock, Tim McGraw. HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries at the Castle Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Reba HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Reba HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Modern
Modern
Modern
Modern
Law & Order: SVU HD
Stevie J
Stevie J
Stevie J
Love & Hip Hop HD
Bad Boys (95, R) aac Martin Lawrence, Will Smith.
Outsiders (TVMA) HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met
The Siege (98, R) Denzel Washington, Annette Bening. HD
Girls (N)
Together
Oliver (N) Vinyl (TVMA) HD
Together
Magic Mike XXL (15)
Vinyl (TVMA) (N) HD
300 (07, R) aaac Gerard Butler, Lena Headey. HD Carnal Wishes (15) HD
(:15) John Wick (14, R) aaac Keanu Reeves.
Billions: The Deal (N)
Billions: The Deal HD
The Circus Shameless
The Circus The Circus Shameless (N) HD

8:00

Delphos Herald

FEBRUARY 21, 2016

8:30

TUESDAY EVENING

PREM

12:00

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11:30

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11:00

Local Programs
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NBA Count NBA Basketball: Golden State vs Los Angeles (Live) HD
Criminal Minds HD
48 Hours (TV14) (N) HD
Local Programs
NCIS: Los Angeles HD
Saturday Night Live HD Local
(:29) Saturday Night Live (TV14) HD
Dateline NBC HD
Daytona 500 Kickoff
Local Programs
Axe Cop
Golan HD
Local Programs
Rosewood: Pilot HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
The First 48: Killer (N) The First 48: Killer (N) The First 48: (TV14) HD The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
3:10 to Yuma (07, R) aaac Russell Crowe, Christian Bale. HD
3:10 to Yuma (07, R) aaac Russell Crowe, Christian Bale. HD
Pit Bulls and Parolees Tricks HD Tricks HD Pit Bulls and Parolees
Tricks (N) Tricks (N) Yankee Jungle (N) HD
(:32) This Christmas (07, PG-13) Delroy Lindo, Idris Elba. HD
CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story (13, NR) Keke Palmer. HD
Big Mommas House (00, PG-13) ac
Big Mommas House (00, PG-13) ac
Housewives (TV14)
Family Guy Family Guy DBZ Kai
Akame Ga
DBZ Kai
King of Hill King of Hill Cleveland Cleveland Dad HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
What to Expect (12) HD Raising Helen (04, PG-13) aac Kate Hudson, John Corbett. HD
Americas Choice 2016 Americas Choice 2016 Americas Choice 2016 Americas Choice 2016 Americas Choice 2016
Jeff Ross (TVMA) HD
Roast of James Franco (TVMA) HD
(:38) Saget
The Change-Up (11, R) aac Ryan Reynolds. HD
(:01) Telescope (N) HD
(:02) NASAs Files HD
(:02) Telescope HD
(:03) NASAs Files HD
MythBusters (N) HD
Undercover Austin HD BUNKD
Jessie HD Jessie HD
Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (11) aac Lab Rats (TVY7) HD
Hollywood Medium HD
Bridesmaids (11, R) HD Bridesmaids (11, R) aaa Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph. HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
Basketball College Basketball: Purdue vs Indiana (Live) HD
College Basketball (Live) HD
Basketball NBA HD
College Basketball (Live) HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Diners, Drive-Ins HD
Aladdin (92, G) aaac Scott Weinger. HD
Mulan (98, G) aaac HD
Brave (12, PG) aaa Kelly Macdonald. HD
People v. O.J. HD
People v. O.J. Simpson (TVMA) HD
People HD
(7:30) World War Z (13, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt.
Log Cabin Log Cabin Property Brothers HD
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD House Hunters (N) HD
Billion Dollar Wreck HD Billion Dollar Wreck HD (:03) Vikings (TV14) HD
To Be Announced HD
To Be Announced HD
(:02) Wrong Swipe (16, NR) Anna Hutchison. HD
Pregnant at 17 (16) HD
Pregnant at 17 (16, NR) Josie Bissett. HD
Catfish: The TV Show
Jackass: The Movie (02, R) Johnny Knoxville.
Jackass 3.5 (11, R) aaa Johnny Knoxville. HD
100 Things Thunderman Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Shakers
Nicky (N)
Cops HD
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Lip Sync
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops (N)
From Dusk Till Dawn (96, R) aaa Harvey Keitel.
(6:30) The Box (09) aac Youre Next (13, R) aaa Sharni Vinson.
Tribeca
Hellboy 2 (08) aaac
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Bee HD
Judgment at Nuremberg (61, NR) Spencer Tracy, Burt Lancaster. HD
No Way Out (50, NR) aaa Richard Widmark.
Sex Sent Me to the ER Sex Sent Me to the ER Untold ER (TVPG) HD
Untold ER: Beyond
Untold ER (N) HD
Now You See Me (13, PG-13) Jesse Eisenberg.
Catch Me If You Can (02, PG-13) Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks. HD
Ghost Adventures (N)
Ghost Adventures HD
The Dead Files HD
Ghost Adventures HD
Ghost Adventures HD
Grumpy Old Men (93) Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
NCIS (TVPG) HD
Colony (TV14) HD
Suits: Self Defense
NCIS: Past, Present
NCIS: Kill Chain HD
Mr. Deeds (02, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler.
Bad Boys (95, R) aac Martin Lawrence.
Mob Wives (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TVPG) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Outsiders (TVMA) HD
The Siege (98, R) HD
Blue Bloods (TVPG) HD
Vinyl: Pilot (TVMA) HD
Magic Mike (12, R) HD Magic Mike XXL (15, R) aac Channing Tatum.
The Transporter (02, PG-13) aaa HD Naked in Space (15, NRAO) HD
Take Lives Lucy (14, R) Scarlett Johansson. HD
Shooter (07, R) aaa Mark Wahlberg. HD
(:05) Billions (TVMA) HD Shameless: NSFW
Billions (TVMA) HD

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FEBRUARY 20, 2016


9:30

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12:30

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Local
Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
Greys Anatomy (N) HD Scandal (TV14) (N) HD
Broke Girls Elementary (N) HD
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Late Late
Big Bang Pieces (N) Mom (N)
The Blacklist (N) HD
Shades of Blue (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
Apocalypse (N) HD
Local Programs
Local Programs
Local Programs
American Idol: Top 10 Revealed and (N) HD
Blue Bloods: Pilot HD Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
The First 48: (N) HD
The First 48: (N) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48 (TV14) HD
3:10 to Yuma (07, R) aaac HD
The Patriot (00, R) aac Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger. HD
Proof HD Proof HD
Alaskan Bush People
Proof (N) Proof HD (:02) Curse Frozen HD Alaskan Bush People
Manns
About the Business
Wendy Williams (N) HD
Payne HD Payne HD Payne HD Payne HD Manns
Top Chef (TV14) (N)
Recipe for Deception
Watch What Top Chef (TV14)
Housewives
Top Chef (TV14)
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Redneck Island (N) HD Party Down South HD
Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Party Down South (N)
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Tosh.0 HD Workaholics Idiotsitter Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight Workaholics
Fast N Loud (TV14) HD Fast N Loud (TV14) HD Diesel Brothers HD
Diesel Brothers HD
Diesel Brothers HD
Jessie HD Liv HD
Undercover Girl Meets Austin HD Jessie HD Jessie HD
Meet the Robinsons (07, G) aaa
E! News (N) HD
Hollywood Medium HD Hollywood Medium HD Just Jillian (TV14) HD
SportsCenter HD
SportsCenter HD
(7:00) College Bball HD College Basketball: Teams TBA (Live) HD
Basketball Storied HD NFL Live HD
(7:00) College Bball HD College Basketball: Teams TBA (Live) HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
Chopped
Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Chopped (TV G) HD
Kids Baking (TV G) HD
The 700 Club (TV G)
RV (06, PG) aac HD
(:20) Ferris Buellers Day Off (86, PG-13) aaac Matthew Broderick. HD
The Hangover Part II (11, R) Bradley Cooper.
Baskets
Baskets
Baskets
The Internship (13, PG-13) aa
Flop HD
Flop (N)
Flop HD
Hunters
Hunters
Five Day Flip (N) HD
Flop HD
Flop HD
Flop HD
Vikings (TV14) (N) HD
Join Die
Join Die
Join Die
Join Die
Join Die
Join Die
Vikings (TV14) HD
Project Runway HD
Project Runway HD
Project Runway (N) HD Project Runway (N) HD Child Genius (N) HD
Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Greatest Ridiculous Greatest Greatest Kicking aa
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Monsters vs. Aliens (09, PG) aaa
Lip Sync
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10 - The Herald

Saturday, February 20, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Persevere With Prayer

The Holy Bible tells us that the Lord hears the prayer of the righteous (Proverbs 15:29), and that we should approach the throne of grace with confidence,
so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need (Hebrews 4:16). Daily prayer is important in our lives: it refreshes our soul and gives
strength to the weary. Prayers of petition, thanksgiving, and worship are all essential to maintain and enhance a spiritual presence in our lives. Prayer should
not be just a once-a-week occasion or for only when we are in a panic situation.
The Bible tells us that the will of God for us is pray without ceasing. Although
at times, this may seem impossible, along with our necessary daily tasks, our attitude should be that God is always with us, like a good friend who is always willing and able to help. We would surely not hesitate to ask a good friend for help
when needed, and of course a thank you is always in order for help received.
Persevering in prayer, and recognizing that God is the source of everything in
our lives, will build a relationship that will endure forever.
He shall call upon Me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble; I
will deliver him and honor him.
New K.J.V. Psalm 91:15

Our local churches invite you to join them for their activities and services.
dElphos
FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN
310 W. Second St.
419-692-5737
Pastor Harry Tolhurst
Sunday: 11:00 Worship
Service - Everyone Welcome
Communion first Sunday of
every month.
Communion at Vancrest
Health Care Center - First
Sunday of each month at 2:30
p.m., Nursing Home and assisted living.
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Where Jesus is Healing
Hurting Hearts!
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
One block so. of Stadium Park.
419-692-6741
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Worship Service with Nursery
& Kids Church; 6:00 pm. Youth
Ministry at The ROC & Jr. Bible
Quiz at Church
Monday - 7:00 p.m. Teen
Bible Quiz at Church
Wednesday - 7:00 p.m.
Discipleship Class in Upper
Room
For more info see our website: www.delphosfirstassemblyofgod.com.
ST. PETER LUTHERAN
CHURCH
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-2616
Rev. Steve Nelson
Sunday - 9:00 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:00 a.m. Worship
Service.
Wednesday - 6:00 p.m. Light
Supper; 7:00 p.m. Worship
Service.
Thursday - 12:00 p.m.
Community Lenten Service.
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. Prayer
Breakfast; 9:00 a.m. Sunday
School.
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
CHURCH
11720 Delphos-Southworth Rd.
Delphos - Phone 419-695-1723
Pastor Rodney Shade
937-397-4459
Asst. Pastors Pamela King
and Kelly Baeza
Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
Worship; 9:15 a.m. Sunday
School for all ages.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Service
and prayer meeting.

TRINITY UNITED METHODIST


CHURCH
211 E Third St, Delphos
Rev. Richard B. Rakay
Office Hours: 8:00 am-12 noon
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:15 am Worship
Service; 9:15 am Sunday School
for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Service; 11:30 a.m. Radio Worship on WDOH; 5:00 p.m.-7:00
p.m. TUMC Youth Group at
TFLC; 6:00-7:00 p.m. Confirmation @ TFLC; 7:30 p.m. Ladies
Bible Fellowship at TUMC.
Tuesday - 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Teens for Christ at TFLC.
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Easter Cantata Choir Rehearsal;
7:15 p.m. Choir Rehearsal; 7:30
p.m. Prayer Service in Parlor.
Thursday - 4:30 p.m.-6:30
p.m. Suppers on Us.
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00
p.m. UPWARD Basketball @
TFLC.
ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
331 E. Second St.,
Delphos
419-695-4050
Pastor Dennis Walsh, Fr.
George Mahas & Fr. Daniel
Johnson.
Deacons: Fred Lisk, Dave
Ricker and John Sheeran
Mary Beth Will, Liturgical
Coordinator;
Tom Odenweller, Parish Council President; Lynn Bockey, Music
Director
Celebration of the Sacraments:
Eucharist Lords Day
Observance; Saturday 4:30
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
a.m.; Weekdays as announced
on Sunday bulletin.
Baptism Celebrated first
Sunday of month at 1:00 p.m.
Call rectory to schedule PreBaptismal instructions.
Reconciliation Tuesday
and Friday 7:30-7:50 a.m.;
Saturday 3:30-4:00
p.m.
Anytime by request.
Matrimony Arrangements
must
be
made
through
the rectory six months in
advance.
Anointing
of
Sick

Communal celebration in May


and October.
Administered
upon request.

landECk

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST


CHURCH - Landeck
Pastor Dennis Walsh
Phone: 419-692-0636
Administrative aide:
Rita Suever
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Sacrament
of
Reconciliation: Saturday.
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
Newcomers please register
UNION
at parish.
Pastor: Rev. Gary Fish
Marriages: Please call the
470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940
parish house six months in
9:30 Sunday School
advance. Baptism: Please call
10:30 Sunday service.
Youth
ministry
every the parish
Wednesday from 6-8 p.m.
Childrens ministry every third
SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
OF THE NAZARENE
317 West North St.
Spencerville
ST. PAULS UNITED
419-296-2561
METHODIST
Pastor Tom Shobe
335 S. Main St. Delphos
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
Rev. Richard B. Rakay
Sunday 9:00 am Worship 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;
7:00 p.m. Wednesday Service.
Service

MARION BAPTIST CHURCH


2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
419-339-6319
Services: Sunday - 11:00
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.; Wednesday
- 7:00 p.m.

RAABE FORD
LINCOLN

11260 Elida Road


DELPHOS, OH 45833
Ph. 692-0055
Toll Free 1-800-589-7876

spEnCErVillE
ST. PATRICKS CHURCH
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
419-647-6202
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,
May 1 - Oct. 30. Sunday - 10:30
a.m. Mass
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
102 Wisher Drive,Spencerville
Rev. Michael Cassady, Pastor
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
IMMANUEL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
699 Sunnydale,
Elida, Ohio
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditional; 10:45 a.m. contemporary
SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
107 Broadway St., Spencerville
Pastor Charles Muter
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
Sunday: Morning Services
- 10:00 a.m. Evening Services
- 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday:
7:00
p.m.
Worship service.
TRINITY UNITED METHODIST
Corner of 4th & Main,
Spencerville
Phone 419-647-5321
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
Sunday
8:30
a.m.
Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Ignite Contemporary Service
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
MINISTRIES
9250 Armstrong Road,
Spencerville
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Worship service.
Wed. - 7:00 p.m. Bible
Study

Elida/GomEr
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST
CHURCH
2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida
Phone: 339-3339
Rev. Frank Hartman
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
Morning Service; 6 p.m.
Evening Service.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer
Meeting.
Office Hours: Monday-Friday,
8-noon, 1-4- p.m.
GOMER
CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Pastor: Brian Knoderer
7350 Gomer Road, Gomer
419-642-2681
gomercc.org
secretary@gomercc.org
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship
PIKE MENNONITE CHURCH
3995 McBride Rd., Elida
Phone 419-339-3961

NEW HOPE
CHRISTIAN CENTER
2240 Baty Road, Elida
Ph. 339-5673
Rev. James F. Menke, Pastor
Sunday 10 a.m. Worship.
Wednesday 7 p.m. Evening
service.

Alexander &
Bebout Inc.

HARTER
& SCHIER
FUNERAL
HOME

10098 Lincoln Hwy.


Van Wert, OH

209 W. 3rd St.


Delphos, Ohio 45833
419-692-8055

419-238-9567
www.AlexanderBebout.com

LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD


Elida - Ph. 222-8054
Rev. Larry Ayers, Pastor
Service schedule: Sunday
10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning
Worship; 6 p.m. Sunday evening.
ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida
Pastor: David Howell
Kossuth Zion; Elida Zion
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
4750 East Road, Elida
Pastor - Brian McManus
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship,
nursery available.
Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Youth Prayer, Bible Study; 7:00
p.m. Adult Prayer and Bible
Study; 8:00 p.m. - Choir

Van WErt County


BREAKTHROUGH
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Pastor Scott & Karen Fleming
Sunday Church Service - 10
a.m, 6 p.m.
Wednesday - 7:00 p.m.
CALVARY EVANGELICAL CHURCH
10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd.
Van Wert - 419-238-9426
Rev. Clark Williman. Pastor
Sunday- 8:45 a.m. Friends
and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.
SALEM UNITED
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
15240 Main St., Venedocia
Rev. Thomas Emery, Pastor
Church Phone: 419-667-4142
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. - Adult
Bell Choir; 8:45 a.m. Jr. Choir;
9:30 a.m. - Worship; 10:45 a.m.
- Sunday school.
Monday - 6 p.m. Senior Choir.
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Pastor: Rev. Stan Szybka
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30
a.m.; Monday 8:30 a.m.;
Tuesday 7 p.m.; Wednesday
8:30 a.m.; Thursday 8:30 a.m.
- Communion Service; Friday
8:30 a.m.; Saturday 4 p.m.
VAN WERT VICTORY
CHURCH OF GOD
10698 US 127S., Van Wert
(Next to Tracys Auction Service)
Pastor: E. Long
Sunday worship & childrens
ministry - 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday Service: 7:00 p.m.
www.vwvcoh.com
facebook: vwvcoh
MIDDLE POINT UNITED
METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.
Pastor - Tim Owens

GRACE FAMILY
CHURCH
634 N. Washington St.,
Van Wert
Pastor: Rev. Ron Prewitt
Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning
worship with Pulpit Supply.
TRINITY LUTHERAN
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Rev. Tom Cover
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
service.

PITSENBARGER
SUPPLY
Professional Parts People

234 N. Canal St.


Delphos, O.
Ph. 692-1010

KINGSLEY UNITED
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
METHODIST
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
Ottoville
Phone: 419-965-2771
Rev. Jerry Schetter
Pastor Anthony Perry
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
Wednesday - Youth Prayer
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
and Bible Study - 6:30 p.m.
Kalida - Fr. Mark Hoying
Adult Prayer meeting - 7:00
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
p.m.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
Choir practice - 8:00 p.m.
a.m. Masses.
Weekdays: Masses on Mon.,
MANDALE CHURCH
Tues., Wed. and Friday at 8:00
OF CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN
am; Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
UNION
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
160 Main St.,
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Worship Services; 7:00 p.m
Rev. Jerry Schetter
Worship.
Mass schedule: Saturday
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer 5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
meeting.
CHURCH OF GOD
TRINITY FRIENDS CHURCH
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
419-642-5264
Ph: (419) 238-2788
Rev. Mark Walls
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Outreach Pastor Neil
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Hammons
Service.
Sunday - Worship services
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
Wednesday-Ministries
at
CATHOLIC CHURCH
7:00 p.m.
512 W. Sycamore St.,
Columbus Grove
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Office 419-659-2263
13887 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Fax: 419-659-5202
Ph. 419-238-0333
Father Tom Extejt
Childrens Storyline:
Masses: Tuesday-Friday - 8:00
419-238-3476
a.m.; First Friday of the month
Email: fbaptvw@bright.net
- 7 p.m.; Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
Pastor Steven A. Robinson
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday a.m.
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Confessions - Saturday 3:30
Family Worship Hour; 6:30 p.m., or anytime by appointp.m. Evening Bible Hour.
ment.
Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Word
of Life Student Ministries; 6:45
HOLY FAMILY
p.m. AWANA; 7:00 p.m. Prayer
CATHOLIC CHURCH
and Bible Study.
Rev. Robert DeSloover, Pastor
7359 St. Rt. 109 New
PENTECOSTAL WAY CHURCH
Cleveland
Pastors: Bill Watson
Saturday Mass - 7:00 p.m.
Rev. Ronald Defore
Sunday Mass - 8:30 a.m
1213 Leeson Ave.,
Van Wert
Phone (419) 238-5813
auldinG
ounty
Head Usher: Ted Kelly
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m. GROVER HILL ZION UNITED
until 11:30 a.m. - Wednesday
METHODIST CHURCH
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A reunion of the Blue and the


Gray took place at the home of
Isaac Ludwig, prominent Marian
Township farmer, and pioneer
resident of Allen County, when
Alberry K. Houk, of Hart County,
Kentucky arrived at the Ludwig
home recently for a short visit. Mr.
Houk was accompanied by Mrs.
Houk, and their daughter, Mrs.
Helen Harper.
Mr. Houk, a well-preserved
man, at 72 years of age, captured
Mr. Ludwig, March 11, 1865, near
Fayetteville, North Carolina. Mr.
Hauk, then a Lieutenant, was in
command of a squad of Wheelers
troopers, belonging to the Ninth
Kentucky Cavalry at the time the
capture was made.
Mr. Ludwig, a member of
the Union army, with Co. B.,
McLaughlins Squadron, Ohio
Volunteer Cavalry, had been
detailed with four others to go
on a foraging expedition. They
soon reached a mile not far from
camp. Two of the party were put to
grinding corn, the other two went
to a farmhouse to procure a few
chickens.
In the meantime the squad in
command of Lieutenant Houk
slipped up and captured the foraging party. Mr. Ludwig says he
hated, like sixty, to turn over his
revolver to Lieutenant Houk but
knew it would be futile to attempt
resistance.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Yesterday

Local Civil War story

Lieutenant Houk, with characteristic southern courtesy, treated his prisoners well, and before
sending them on to Richmond
asked a favor of Mr. Ludwig, to
whom he seemed to be especially
attracted.
The request was that when
exchanged, Mr. Ludwig would
write to his father asking him of
his sons welfare. Lieutenant Houk
was unable to communicate with
his father in any other manner.
Mr. Ludwig did as he was
requested, and the reply he
received is held as a priceless treasure by him. But this didnt mark
the closing chapter of the incident.
In 1895, when attending the
National Encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic, held
at Louisville, Ky., Mr. Ludwig
learned that the former Confederate
officer was residing on a farm near
Rowletts, Kentucky, on the route
to the Mammoth Cave. He decided
to call upon his former captor after
a visit to the great natural wonder.
Memories of the genuine
southern hospitality extended my
wife and I by the Houk family will
be with me as long as I live, said
Mr. Ludwig.
The two Civil War veterans
have been corresponding for the
last 20 years. Pictures have also
been exchanged.
Asked as whether a feeling
against, The Yanks, still prevails

10 Years Ago 2006


More than 300 Cub Scouts, leaders and parents gathered at St. Johns annex Sunday for
the annual Blue and Gold Banquet. Cubmaster
Kevin Knebel presided over the banquet for
the last time as he and his son, Jared Knebel,
Webelos II, will move on to Boy Scouting next
year. Knebel has served as Scoutmaster for the
past four years and was on the committee for
two years prior to that.
Delphos Girl Scout Troop 272 held its
annual Father-Daughter Dance At the Hop
Saturday at St. Johns Annex. Dads and their
girls enjoyed a Salisbury steak dinner, milkshakes and floats, a hula hoop contest and
of course, dancing. Among those attending were Neal McConnahea and Addison
Schimmoeller, 6, and Brian Knoderer and his
daughter, Laura.
Thirteen is usually associated with bad
luck. However, not for the local wrestling
community. After Saturdays Division III sectional at Lima Central Catholic, 13 local matmen punched their tickets to next weeks districts at Kettering. St. Johns was the top local
finisher with a fifth-place ending, followed by
Spencerville eighth, Lincolnview ninth and
Columbus Grove 11th.
Students in Diane Langhals 1A class at
Ottoville Elementary are Logan Ditto, Eric Von
Sossan, Conner Kuhlman, Alicia Honigford,
Andrew Grote, Emily Lawhorn, Lucas Foster,
Rian Elston, Cody Kemper, Brooke Mangas,
Anthony Bonifas, Treavor Fischer, Hannah
Pendleton, and Ian Guy.
Because of the positive impact of music
education on early childhood development,
one area music school will showcase its young
students abilities at 2 p.m. Sunday at St.
John the Evangelist Catholic Church. My
youngest violin student is a little under 4 years
old and my oldest is 26, said Music Factory
Executive Director Ben Leybovich. The six
Delphos students to perform Sunday are
Madeline Neuman on piano, Rachel Osting
singing, Julia Pohlman on piano, Alex Wehri
on viola, Maggie Wehri on harp and Nicholas
Wehri on violin.
25 Years Ago 1991
Winners in the Americanism and government test program sponsored by American
Legion Post 268 were honored at the past
commanders and presidents banquet held at
the post. Honored were Jeff Petersmeyer, Lisa
Shingledecker, Jerolyn Wilcox, and Rachel
Norris. Petersmeyer, Shingledecker, Norris
and Corzine are students at Jefferson. Wilcox
is a student at St. Johns High School. Also
winners, but not at the banquet were Garrett
Thompson and Mike Gilbert.
The St. Johns Blue Jays grabbed a 3-0
lead with 7:30 of the first period on a Brent
Grothaus three-point play and never looked
back as they ran to an 84-38 victory over the
host Parkway Panthers in a make-up game
Monday night on Parents Night. The Jays
placed four players in double figures: Scott M.
Elwer with a game-high 20, Jeff Wieging with
17, Jeff Sever 16 and Grothaus 11, including
a pair of treys.
The Fort Jennings Musketeers defeated
the Ottoville Big Green Monday night at
Fort Jennings 73-65. Eric Schroeder paced
the Musketeers with 22 points and six assists
while Troy Wieging added 20 points and seven
rebounds. Aaron Ricker and Nate Schroeder
each had 10 points and Todd Broecker grabbed
eight rebounds.
Fort Jennings seventh- and eighth-graders
participated in the annual spelling bee with seventh grader Stacy Merricle winning the contest.
She is the daughter of John and Carol Merricle.
Runner-up was Jessica Utrup, daughter of Jim
and Carol Utrup. Both girls will compete Feb.
27 in the county competition.

in the South, Mr. Houk declared


with emphasis, No sir, not among
the better class. Of course there are
some in whose breasts a feeling
still rankles.
When told that in the north,
all ill will as a result of the Civil
War is practically a dead issue,
and the boys who wore the Blue
feel toward the former wearers of
the Gray, as though the latter were
their brothers, he remarked:
I certainly believe that. The
cordial reception I received at the
Ludwig home bears your assertion
out. Talk about southern hospitality, I would like to know where you
people have any excuse to take off
your hats to us.
Mr. Houks visit to the Ludwig
home marked his first visit there
and also in Northern Ohio.
Houk is the owner of a farm
near Canmer, Hart County,
Kentucky. He lives in the town,
but is in active charge of his farm.
He retains the buoyant step of
youth and is in possession of all
faculties.
Mr. Ludgwig, who is 73 years
old, is in good health, except for
an attack of rheumatism and both
men declare that they hope to be
on earth for a long time to come.
An opportunity was afforded
Mr. Houk to meet a number of the
boys of Blue at the home of Omer
Ludwig, four miles northeast of
Delphos on Sunday. A dinner was

Bob Holdgreve

Window
to the
Past
served in honor of Mr. Houk. In
addition to Mr. Ludwig, the following old soldiers were present: Dr.
J.M. Cochran, Marian Township
(and others I could not read, R.H.).
Other guests were: Mrs. Houk and
daughter, Mrs. Helen Harper, Mrs.
Isaac Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. O.A.
Ludwig, of Bluffton; T.G. Ludwig,
Lafayette, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
E.G. Ludwig, Ft. Wayne; Miss
Eva Ludwig, daughter of Geo.
Ludwig, deceased veteran of the
Civil War; Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Long
and daughter, Miss Zoe Beatrice;
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hendrickson
and family.
Roy Hoverman took a picture
of the group.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ludwig and
Mr. and Mrs. Houk and daughter enjoyed a tour Monday morning in the Stottlemeyer auto truck
to Columbus Grove, Pandora,
Beaverdam, Bluffton, Lafayette,
thence to Lima where the Houk
family boarded a train for home.

From the Archives

Michael Taylor led Ottoville with 21 points


and Steve Looser added 15 as the Big Green
posted a 66-62 overtime win over Columbus
Grove Saturday in Putnam County League
action at Columbus Grove. Also contributing
to the Ottoville cause were Mike Ricker with
11 and Paul Kroeger with 10.
35 Years Ago 1981
Two Delphos art students, one of whom
will advance to national competition, received
awards at Northwestern Ohio Regional
Scholastic art awards exhibition in Ada. Vicki
Long Lear was one of 38 blue ribbon winners
at the exhibition who will have their work
submitted in New York at Scholastic Inc.
headquarters for national competition. Shari
Jester won honorable mention for her pencil
drawing entry of a vegetable still life.
The Jefferson seventh grade boys team won
the championship of the West division of the
Northwest Conference in a closely fought contest against the Spencerville Bearcats. Plays
for the Jefferson team are Alan Syphrit, Scott
Boggs, Toby Kimmett, Robb Poling, Bill Fish,
Dave Ditto, Jay DeWitt, Dave Maxwell, Bob
Fish, Tim Brock, Eric Arthur and Ronn Rice.
The boys were coached by Bob Kiracofe.
50 Years Ago 1966
Mansfield St. Peters Spartans werent the
perfect hosts Friday night when they defeated
visiting Delphos St. Johns Blue Jays 49 to 45.
At time the scoring alternated point for point,
then would turn in favor of one or the other
team. High Scoring Chuck Osting canned
seven baskets and added four from the free
throw line for 18 points.
4-H Adviser Workshop held recently in
Defiance was well attended by Putnam County
4-H Club advisors. Attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Brooks of Continental, Mrs.
Don Herman, Mrs. Leonard Ricker, Mrs.
James Knott, and Mrs. Leon Turnwald of Fort
Jennings, and Mrs. John Ruen of Cloverdale.
Victory was taken from Jefferson in the last
11 seconds Friday night as Pandora-Gilboa
topped the Wildcats in a 63-62 seat squirmer.
Foul shooting told the story. P-G hit 18 of 27
tries while the Wildcats shot 45 percent from
the stripe, hitting 8 of 18. Big Ty Odenweller
played an impressive game for Delphos, scoring 25 points and grabbing 23 rebounds.
Rev. Robert Yeager, principal of St. Johns
High School, was the guest speaker at a
meeting of the Jay-C-Dels Thursday night
in Jaycee Hall on North Main Street. Father
Yeager spoke on the Childs Home and School
Education. During a brief business session
members made arrangements for Beverly
Hartman to hold a fashion display at the
March meeting.
Clara Tilton was hostess to the members
of the I D Bridge Club Thursday afternoon in
her home on South Main Street. Club members attended a noon luncheon at The Steak
House. In bridge games played, high honors
went to Mrs. Fred Reinemeyer, second to Mrs.
Carl Behringer, and traveling to Mrs. Edwin
Williams.
60 Years Ago 1956
Some 50 members of Delphos Lodge No.
139, Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters
and their families attended the Founders Day
program held Saturday evening in the local K
of P Hall. The special event marked the 92nd
anniversary of the founding of the K of P
Lodge. Talks, giving the story of the Knights
of Pythias, were given by Harvey Rice, chancellor commander of Delphos Lodge, Dale
Miller, Winfred Teman and Lewis Vogt.
Eight Delphos bankers are slated to go
to Columbus Tuesday evening for the annual mid-winter meeting of the Ohio Bankers
Association to be held Wednesday in the Neil
House. Attending from here will be: From
the Peoples National Bank Elmer Scherger,

Harold Swick, Robert (Herb) Dunlap and


William Kill; from the Commercial Bank F.
Raymond McKowen, Robert B. Rozelle, Elvin
(Dick) Patton, and Robert Nartker.
75 Years Ago 1941
Postmaster Alex j. Shenk has received
notice that May 8 will be the final date for
mail service on Nickel Plate trains Nos. 15
and 16 between Toledo and Frankfort, Indiana.
Starting on March 9 a substitute service will
be started to fill the needs of all persons concerned. The notice sent to Shenk did not state
that the train service would be discontinued
but dealt only with the mail service discontinuation.
Forest Brown, with the Billroy Comedians,
closed the show season last week at El Paso,
Texas, and has returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aelx Brown, Spencerville
Road, for a vacation. During the season,

The Herald - 11

Delphos Herald,
Aug. 23, 1915

Famous Triplets
Isaac Raymond, 89, the last of
the famous Raymond triplets of
Seneca County, died at his home
in Attica. The triplets were famous
throughout the state. A former
president of the United States, at
the time of their birth, offered their
mother a large land grant if she
would give the three his names.
Just as she was about to consent,
she had a dream in which she was
told to name them Abraham, Isaac
and Jacob. She did so, and each
of the three was blessed with long
life, good health and prosperity.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 20, 1915

Town Proud of
Three Lincoln Dams
Cohasset, Mass. Among
this towns most prized possession are three dams built by
Abraham Lincolns great-greatgreat grandfather. The dam builder
was Mordeci Lincoln, third son of
Samual Lincoln, one of historic
Cohassets pioneer settlers.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 9, 1929

(Continued in next
Saturdays paper)

Brown stated that the show covered 39 states


for a total of a little over 24,000 miles.
The members of the Ladies Aid Society of
the United Brethren Church convened in regular session Wednesday evening in the church
basement. Mrs. Albert Harpster was chairman
of the committee in charge. Present in addition
to the members were Dorothy Stirn, Dickie
Dean Stirn, Franklin Stirn and Phyllis Beard.
The next meeting will be held in two weeks in
the church basement. Leona Griffith will head
the committee.
A most enjoyable meeting of the Delphos
Kiwanis Club was held Tuesday evening at
the Beckman Hotel. Three reels of motion
pictures were shown as part of the program
under the direction of Robert Christy, program
chairman. One of the reels was on Lincoln, the
second on the history of the American Flag
and the third on New York, the Wonder City.

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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Opinion
We take a lot
for granted
So how exciting was the
splash pad news from the
Kiwanis? I am extremely
excited.
Good things are happening in Delphos and while
they dont all have the appeal
and luster of a splash pad,
they are just as exciting.
Things are going well at
the wastewater treatment
plant with the pilot study.
Small issues have popped up
but were handled quickly.
Most were software glitches
and have been rectified.
When I talk to people
about it, they seem a little
taken back by how exciting
I find the whole project. I
guess I know more because
I attend the council meetings and realized just how
much trouble we were in with
failed technology and EPA
notices.
The energy savings alone
are mind-boggling.
We were headed down the
road to doom and destruction
and now, while its not the
Yellow Brick Road, its certainly a little more sunny and
more pleasant to travel.

There will be a new health


facility on the northeast end
of town providing jobs and
much-needed services. They
will also be using utilities.
The local food processing plant is going strong
and growing, adding jobs
and those people shop, eat
and some even live here in
Delphos.
Our parks are wonderful.
It would be hard to find the
number and quality of the
recreational areas we enjoy
here in Delphos in any other
city our size. They are wellkept and inviting and offer an
abundance of activities.
Our safety services are
also becoming more efficient
at what they do. A small shift
from a fire-based unit to an
EMS-based unit, a federal
grant for three firefighters
and some other personnel
changes bring emergency
care to residents within minutes.
Our schools are topping
test scores and getting more
involved in the community
giving our children ownership in their city.

Nancy Spencer

On the
Other Hand
Good things are happening in Delphos.
***
I had the pleasure of following around two students
Friday during the Real
Money/Real World program
at St. Johns High School. One
was a microbiologist, the other
a personal financial advisor.
It was a learning experience for me to listen to
them try to decide if they
were going buy a home or
rent; pay down college loans
quicker or buy a nicer car;
buy name-brand clothing or
shop at the Thrift Store; and
how fast they wanted their
internet to be. Both students
were more on the conservative side until we got to the
communication booth. They
wanted their Netflix and they
wanted it now. That didnt
surprise me at all.
The lesson learned is that
the students often have a distorted view of what adulting is about. It didnt take
long for the truth to set in.
They were frustrated with
how much childcare cost and
took a bit of time to decide

how well they wanted to eat.


While they wanted to go to
the movies, eat out and attend
professional sporting events,
they quickly reconsidered
when a babysitter and other
expenses were factored in.
They both chose to own a
dog. Kids after my own heart.
What I found the most
amusing is the program gave
them all a spouse named
Chris who only earned $400
a month and was a full-time
college student.
Both my young adults
had money left over and we
quickly moved back to the
booth to have more applied
to the credit card and student loan debt to pay it down
faster.
The young lady found she
could have afforded to buy a
home versus renting and the
young man ended up with a
few hundred dollars to sock
away in a rainy day fund. At
the end of the day, they fared
about as well as any of us.
They found that they would
be working to pay the bills
with just a little left on the
side. Sounds about right.

Whole lotta
shakin goin on

The hipcheck is a
classic dance move,
one to be combined
with a half turn and not
to be confused with the
bump.
It is also a third arm
of sorts: Your arms
are full of groceries or
two lattes, a bagel with
cream cheese and a
large set of keys. What
to do? Flip that hip
against the car door and
youre good to go.
The hipcheck is also
a defense mechanism
to be employed when
the person behind you
Anne Coburn-Griffis
in the check-out line is
crowding you while
talking loudly on their
cell phone.
[shuffle step whomp; cart behind you flies back] Oh, I am so
sorry! Have an awesome super day!
There seems to be a lot of that brand of hipchecking going on
this election yearon both the national and state level.
The hipcheck is not specific to humans. I know this because
Beatrice, the porcine princess who has shared our home and apple
slices for three heartwarming, challenging years, made this quite
clear last week.
Beatrice didnt just prove once that the move isnt species specific. Twice she skipped her potbelly hips, both times on very cold
mornings when I pried myself out from under warm covers at the
last possible moment I could before a commute. And both times,
she knocked over five gallon buckets of water that were meant for
watering the goats and donkeys outside. Unfortunately, the buckets
were still inside.
Consequently, the floor was pretty shiny for those two days due
to one sassy little pigs sidesteps. And I have learned to carry the
buckets outside, where the donkeys can knock them over instead.

Byron McNutt

Random thoughts of getting older


Wouldnt it be great if we could put ourselves in the dryer for 10 minutes; come out
wrinkle-free and three sizes smaller! My
friend Larry turned 70 a few weeks ago and
he shared a few random thoughts about getting older with his Internet buddies. Yeah,
these thoughts might not be original but
Larry is.
Heres what Larry said about getting older.
Last year I joined a support group for procrastinators. We havent met yet. I dont trip over
things, I do random gravity checks. I dont
need anger management. I need people to
stop irritating me.
I find old age is coming at a really bad
time. When I was a child I thought Nap Time
was a punishmentnow, as a grown up, it
just feels like a small vacation. The biggest
lie I tell myself isI dont need to write that
down, Ill remember it.
Lord grant me the strength to accept
the things I cannot change, the courage to
change the things I can and the friends to
post my bail when I finally snap. I dont
have gray hair. I have wisdom highlights.
Im just very wise.
My people skills are just fine, thank you.
Its my tolerance to idiots that needs work.
Teach your daughter how to shoot, because
a restraining order is just a piece of paper.

The kids text me plz which is shorter than


please. I text back no which is shorter than
yes.
Im going to retire and live off of my savings. Not sure what Ill do that second week.
When did it change from We the people to
screw the people? Ive lost my mind and
Im pretty sure my wife took it. Even duct
tape cant fix stupidbut it can muffle the
sound.
Why do I have to press one for English
when youre just gonna transfer me to someone I cant understand anyway? Of course
I talk to myself, sometimes I need expert
advice. Oops! Did I roll eye eyes out loud?
At my age Getting lucky means walking
into a room and remembering what I came in
there for. Amen.
******
If you had any doubts, heres proof the
ante has been raised for high school sports in
America.
It was reported in the Feb. 12 USA Today
that Buford (Ga.) High School pays its head
football coach Jess Simpson an annual salary
of $174,108. His record at the school is now
138-8. The report didnt say, but Id guess he
has a coaching staff numbering at least 10
assistants.
At least 22 school districts in Georgia paid

Letters to the Editor


Do-Right holiday party a success
DEAR EDITOR:
Thanks to all that attended the Do-Right Motorcycle Clubs
Christmas Party. We were able to give a lot of toys to the local
children.
Raffle winners were: $500 Bob Padgett; $100 Barb
Geise, Mark Briggs, James Davis, Fatboy (IBMC) and Nick
Clark.
Thanks again. See you at our next event.
Donny Ardner,
Public Relations
Do-Right MC

Gilgenbach the right man for the job


DEAR EDITOR:
Of the four men running for Putnam County Sheriff on
March 15, Nick Gilgenbach is the right man for the job. He
will make major changes on how the Sheriffs Department is
to be run. These changes are long overdue. Gilgenbach will
make a difference for our county.
Barb Diemer

Editors note: Letters to the Editor concerning candidates and issues for the upcoming March 15 Primary Election will be accepted until 5 p.m. March 5.

their head football coaches over $100,000


during the 2015 season.
In that same edition, it was reported Katy,
Texas, is building a high school football stadium-complex to seat 12,000 fans at a cost
of $61 million. It has a two-story press box,
Jumbotron and a 12,000-square-foot field
house.
It is part of a $748 million school bond
package approved by voters in November.
Anyone thinking Friday Night Lights? Well,
Allen, Texas, high school teams play at Eagle
Stadium which cost $60 million to build.
*******
After a brief reprise, trillion-dollar federal budget deficits are making a comeback, according to forecasts by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
President Obama has proposed a 2017 fiscal
spending plan totaling a record $4.1 trillion.
David Johnston teaches at the Syracuse
University College of Law and he says deficits arent always bad. When Uncle Sam
spends more than he collects, it can actually
contribute to economic growth and prosperity.
Its easy to spend Other Peoples Money
(OPM) which explains why the government
runs up so many enormous budget deficits. If
you can get away with it without consequenc-

People Make
the Difference
es, why not do it? Just kick the can down the
road to future generations.
GOP presidential candidate, Ohio Gov.
John Kasich says: Both republicans and
democrats love to spend OPM, but the republicans feel guilty about it.
The national debt is already over $19 trillion. The CBO projects another $9.4 trillion
in cumulative deficits over the next decade
unless Congress raises taxes or cuts the
growth of spending increases. Wed also have
to avoid protracted recessions and increased
global military actions.
As it is, the government will continue
borrowing money and inflating the money
supply. Neither political party has the stomach to rein in the effects of the soaring growth
of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid
which account for almost two-thirds of all
federal spending.
In fact, liberals and progressives want
those monster programs to expand in size.
There is zero chance the national debt will
be reduced in the foreseeable future. Even
if the economy grows, generating revenue
growth, there will be additional demands for
new government programs, including the
need for trillions of dollars for infrastructure
upgrades.

Ending the cycle of addiction


BY US SENATOR
SHERROD BROWN
Drug overdoses are on the rise
across Ohio and opioid abuse, in particular, has wreaked havoc across our
state, devastating thousands of families.
In 2014, more people in Ohio died
from drug overdoses than any year on
record. A staggering 2,482 Ohioans
died from overdoses in 2014, including a record number of prescription
drug overdoses and 1,177 overdose
deaths related to heroin.
These numbers mean nearly 2,500
Ohio families lost a loved one to
addiction in one year alone. And what
they dont even count are the thousands of other Ohio families and communities who continue to struggle with
opioid abuse.
It should not be easier for Ohioans
to get their hands on opioids than it
is for them to get help to treat their
addiction.
Addiction isnt an individual problem or a character flaw its a chronic
disease that, when left untreated, places a massive burden on our health care
system, and on our families. This is a
multifaceted issue and we need a com-

prehensive approach that addresses


the entire spectrum of addiction, from
prevention to recovery.
Thats why Ive introduced the
Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse
Prevention and Reduction Act, which
will boost prevention efforts, improve
tools for crisis response, expand access
to treatment, and provide support for
lifelong recovery.
This bill would provide funding for
communities to train first responders
and medical professionals to prevent
overdoses. It would also expand access
to treatments, including effective medication-assisted treatment (MAT), and
provide funding opportunities for
other proven, evidence-based treatment efforts. It would make naloxone
a safe and effective medication that
can reverse overdoses more affordable and accessible for the communities that need it most.
But to truly make headway against
the scourge of drug addiction, we need
to support lifelong recovery, and to
prevent addiction before it starts.
Our bill would do both, expanding recovery support services and
strengthening health care parity in
mental health and substance use disorders, so that those who seek treatment

are able to get clean and stay clean.


During a roundtable my office held
in Chillicothe, we heard over and
over how important prevention is. The
community organizations and local
governments are already stretched thin
in both time and resources dealing with the increasing number of
residents who struggle with addiction. They dont have the time or the
resources they know that they need
to educate their communities about
prevention.
To make sure fewer Ohioans become
trapped in the cycle of addiction in the
first place, our bill would set new
guidelines for health care providers
who prescribe opioids, implementing
regular training to help prescribers
better identify and diagnose addiction.
It would also boost efforts to identify at-risk areas, including areas that
are already struggling with high levels
of addiction, where the problem is
likely to become worse. And it would
give communities new flexibility to
use grant money they receive for prevention efforts.
The only way we will stop this
epidemic is by combatting it at every
level from prevention to treatment to
recovery.

Arts & Entertainment


www.delphosherald.com

Wednesday, February 20, 2016

At the Movies ....

Crossword Puzzle

"Help Please"
Across

Van Wert Cinemas


10709 Lincoln Hwy., Van Wert

Deadpool (R) Sat.: 1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00;


Sun.:
2:00/4:30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.:
5:00/7:15
Risen (PG-13) Sat.: 1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.:
5:00/7:15
Zoolander
2
(PG-13)
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1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:30/7:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:15
Kung Fu Panda 3 (PG-13) Sat.:
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00; Sun.: 2:00/4:00/6:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00
The Choice (PG-13) Sat.: 9:00; Sun.:
8:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 7:00
How to be Single (R) Sat.:
1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00; Sun.: 2:00/4;30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:15
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
Raace (PG-13) 11:40/3:15/6:45/10:20
Risen
(PG-13)
11:10/1:45/4:30/7:10/9:50
The
Witch
(R)
11:20/1:55/4:40/7:20/10:00
How
to
be
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(R)
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20/4:50/7:00/7:30/9:40/10:10
Zoolander
2
(PG-13)
10:55/1:40/4:10/6:55/9:35
Hail, Caesar! (PG-13) 2:00
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (PG13) 11:05/1:55/4:25/7:15/9:55
The
Choice
(PG-13)

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50 Member of an order

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53 He won an Oscar for


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4 2012 Nintendo debut

60 Furniture wood

5 Small ape
6 Old Testament twin
7 Fast time?
8 Shut off

61 Pool

9 Cosmonaut Shonin

62 Crude group?

10 Tee off

63 Rigatoni relative

66 Beekeeper of movies
67 Gardener's spring
purchase

28 Seductive West

51 Hanukkah pancake

47 Gingersnap, e.g.
50 Author Zola

29 Like some walls

52 Massage

30 Snakelike fish

54 Singer Young

31 One of the friends on


"Friends"
32 Fountain treat

55 Deeply despise
56 Hazzard County
lawman
57 Call for help

33 Clarifying phrase
34 SeaWorld whale

58 Quick-witted
59 Charge

39 Starts, as a laptop

12 Picker-upper

65 Editor's mark

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38 Chap

11 Evergreen

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26 Olympic swimmer
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Classifieds

14 The Herald

Saturday, February 20, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
240 Healthcare
105 Announcements
245 Manufacturing/Trade
110 Card Of Thanks
250 Office/Clerical
115 Entertainment
255 Professional
120 In Memoriam
260 Restaurant
125 Lost And Found
265 Retail
130
270 Sales
and Marketing
ThePrayers
Van Wert County Agricultural
Society
is seeking
135 School/Instructions
275 Situation Wanted
a
Fair
Marketing
Manager
to
be
responsible
140 Happy Ads
280 Transportation
for Ride
marketing
145
Share the Fair and Fairgrounds to drive
ESTATE/RENTAL
increased sponsorship for 300
the REAL
Fair and
increased
200
EMPLOYMENT
305 Apartment/Duplex
rental
income for the Fairgrounds.
This position will
205 Business Opportunities 310 Commercial/Industrial
serve
as the Face of the Fair
our customers and
210
Childcare
315toCondos
the Domestic
community. Candidates
have excellent
215
320must
House
220
Elderly Home Care
325 Mobile
Homes and
organizational,
communication,
teamwork
225 Employment Services 330 Office Space
supervisory
skills.
Resumes
will
be
accepted
until
230 Farm And Agriculture
335 Room
March
5, 2016. Please forward
resume to:
235
General
340your
Warehouse/Storage

Fair Marketing
Manager

The Van Wert County Agricultural


Society
1055 S. Washington St.
Van Wert, OH 45891

vwfair@bright.net

345 Vacations
350 Wanted To Rent
355 Farmhouses For Rent
360 Roommates Wanted

Telling The Tri-Countys Story Since 1869

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

520 Building Materials


670 Miscellaneous
592 Want To Buy
525 Computer/Electric/Office
675 Pet 235
Care HELP WANTED
593 Good Thing
Eat
235 HELP WANTED
235ToHELP
WANTED
530 Events
680 Snow Removal
595 Hay
535 Farm Supplies and Equipment
685 Travel
597 Storage Buildings
CAREGIVERS:
540 Feed/Grain
690aComputer/Electric/Office
POSITION OPEN for
545 Firewood/Fuel A L L F o r Y o u 600
H oSERVICES
m e part time or full time
695 Electrical
New Home Builder/
550 Flea Markets/Bazaars
Care is seeking 605
quality
700 Painting
Auctionsales representative.
555 Garage Sales
Remodeler and Custom
705
Plumbing
610 tAutomotive
c
a
r
e
g
i
v
e
r
s
i
n
h
e
Will train. Send resume
560 Home Furnishings
710 Roofing/Gutters/Siding
615 Business
Cabinet Builder seeking
Delphos
area. STNA
li- to Services
565 Horses, Tack and
Equipment
Delphos Herald, 715
405Blacktop/Cement
620
Childcare
cense NOT required. N. Main St., Delphos,
570 Lawn and Garden
a full time employee. Work
720
Handyman
625
Construction
575 Livestock
Call Ron 7am-9pm, 419- OH 45833.
in Care
Shop and out in the field.
725
Elder
630
Entertainment
577 Miscellaneous 303-7762.
635 Farm Services
Will Train but experience
580 Musical Instruments
800 TRANSPORTATION
640 Financial
582 Pet in Memoriam
805 Autopreferred. 45 Hrs per Week.
645 Hauling
583 Pets and Supplies
Based
onAccessories
Experience.
810 AutoPay
Parts
and
650
Health/Beauty
585 Produce
815 Automobile
LoansHoliday Pay,
655 Home Repair/Remodeling
586 Sports and Recreation
Paid Vacation,
820 Automobile Shows/Events
588 Tickets
660 Home Service
Retirement and Health
590 Tool and Machinery
665 Lawn, Garden, Landscaping 825 Aviations

Now HiriNg

400 REAL ESTATE/FOR SALE


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

STNA, LPN, RN
2nd and 3rd Shift
Pay for Experience
Weekend
Pay
500 Supplemental
MERCHANDISE
505 Antiques and Collectibles
Apply at
510 Appliances
515 Auctions
roselawn Manor
420 E. Fourth St.
Spencerville, OH
RoselawnManor.com

Shop the classifieds and grab a


great deal on a great deal of items!
Autos Appliances Clothing
Electronics Furniture Jewelry
Musical Instruments
THE DELPHOS HERALD

(419) 695-0015

19894 Rd S.
Fort Jennings OH 45844
or email to

Van Wert County Hospital is in search of


a full-time Infection Prevention RN to
join our Nursing leadership team.

Dick CLARK Real Estate

INFECTION PREVENTION
REGISTERED NURSE

1:00-2:30 p.m.
637 West 5th Street
Delphos $133,000
Jack Adams will be there!
419-302-2171
View all our listings at
dickclarkrealestate.com

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

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

The chosen candidate must have a


strong desire to continuously improve
the quality of care to our clients as
well as protection for our employees.
Is responsible for adhering to the CDC
guidelines as well as implementing
programs that will aid in the compliance
of the organization under the National
Patient Safety Goals, Joint Commission,
and NHSN regulations. Is highly involved
in program development and community
health fair events.

tvbuild@bright.net
00166335

Dick CLARK Real Estate

VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL,


VAN WERT, OHIO

Insurance. Must be motivated


and reliable. Looking for
someone that will grow with
the company.
Send resume to

Ted Verhoff
Builders & Cabinetry

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, FEB 21

320

577

MISCELLANEOUS

LAMP REPAIR, table or


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

597

STORAGE
BUILDINGS

COMMUNITY
SELF-STORAGE

Van Wert County Hospital


Human Resources
1250 S. Washington St.,
Van Wert, OH 45891

830 Boats/Motors/Equipment
HOME REPAIR
835655
Campers/Motor Homes
AND
REMODEL
840 Classic
Cars
845 Commercial
850 Motorcycles/Mopeds
855 Off-Road Vehicles
860 Recreational Vehicles
865 Rental and Leasing
870 Snowmobiles
Specializing in
875 Storage
880 SUVs
885GARAGES
Trailers SIDING ROOFING
BACKHOE & DUMP TRUCK
890 Trucks SERVICE
895 Vans/Minivans
FREE ESTIMATES
899 Want
To Buy
FULLY
INSURED
925 Legal Notices
950 Seasonal
953 Free & Low Priced

POHLMAN
BUILDERS
ROOM ADDITIONS

POHLMAN
POURED
CONCRETE WALLS

Residential
& Commercial
Agricultural Needs
All Concrete Work

Mark Pohlman

419-339-9084
cell 419-233-9460
665

Mueller Tree
Service
Tree Trimming &
Removal
Window, Gutter &
Chimney Cleaning

419-203-8202

bjpmueller@gmail.com
Fully insured

L.L.C.

Trimming & Removal


Stump Grinding
24 Hour Service Fully Insured

KEVIN M. MOORE

(419) 235-8051
TEMANS
OUR TREE
SERVICE

Trimming Topping Thinning


Deadwooding
Stump, Shrub & Tree Removal
Since 1973

419-692-7261

Bill Teman 419-302-2981


Ernie Teman 419-230-4890

670

GREAT RATES
NEWER FACILITY
Across from Arbys

www.vanwerthospital.org

Become a CAREGiver

SM

The job that changes lives in your community.

MISCELLANEOUS

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LAWN, GARDEN,
LANDSCAPING

MOBILE HOME
FOR SALE

SEVERAL MOBILE
Homes/House for rent.
View homes online at
www.ulmshomes.com or
inquire at 419-692-3951

Qualified candidates are encouraged to


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Fax: 419-238-9390
E-mail: hr@vanwerthospital.org

HOUSE FOR
RENT

FOR SALE Beautiful


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long patio under very
nice carport. Shed to
match. Well taken care
of. Call 419-303-6881

325

Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN)


required or must be obtained by 2020.
Must maintain CPR certification. Previous
management experience preferred. Two
to three years of clinical experience in an
acute care setting.

Mechanic Wanted

HERALD

DELPHOS
THE

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Heavy Equipment and Trucking Mechanic Wanted Must be familiar


with Diesel Engines, Electrical, Brakes Welding & Fabricating.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Perform inspection, maintenance and repair on all cranes, semis,
trailers, forklifts and trucks.
Job Requirements:
High school diploma/GED preferred
Experience in medium and or heavy duty truck repair
Valid drivers license required (Class B CDL a plus)
Drug test required
Hours 7-5 Monday-Friday with potential overtime
Mail Resume to 312 W. Main St., Beaverdam, Oh 45808
email to sales@essicompanies.com
or call 419-643-5111 and ask for Josh.
00165512

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DELPHOS

SELF-STORAGE
Security Fence
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Why settle for less?

419-692-6336
930 LEGALS

LEGAL NOTICE
Area Agency on Aging 3
intends to award Title IIIB Older American Acts
funds for the remaining
calendar year of 2016
and 2017 to providers
who furnish Chore Services, specific to Pest
Control only, under the
Call
today
to
find
out
more
about
this
rewarding
SM
Care Coordination Proopportunity
gram to persons 60 and
older within Allen, Auglaize, Hancock, Hardin,
Mercer, Putnam, and/or
or applyonline at
Van Wert counties. For
www.HomeInstead.com/208/becomeacaregiver
a copy of the Request
Each Home Instead Senior Care franchise office is independently owned and operated. 2015 Home Instead, Inc.
for Proposal (RFP),
No experience or medical skills necessary
please visit the "Pro Flexible scheduling
vider Relations" page on
our website at:
Training provided
www.aaa3.org. Please
Very rewarding
contact Donna Miller,
Provider Relations Director at 419-879-3865,
Call today to find out more about this rewarding opportunity
with any questions.
Deadline to apply is
04/06/16 at 4:00 PM.
AAA3 IS AN EQUAL
or apply online at www.HomeInstead.com/208/becomeacaregiver
OPPORTUNITY
Each Home Instead Senior Care franchise office is independently owned and operated.
GRANTOR AND EM2015 Home Instead, Inc.
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PLOYER AGENCY.
2/20/16

No experience
or medical
skills necessary
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or medical
skills necessary
Flexible
scheduling
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Training
provided
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provided
Very
rewarding
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rewarding

today to find out more about this rewarding opportunity


Become a CAREGiver Call
419.222.8109

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The job that changes lives in your community.

or apply online at www.HomeInstead.com/208/becomeacaregiver

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Immediate Opening
for a Full Time

Detail Technician
Duties include:
Buffing Polishing Interior Cleaning
We offer:
Medical Insurance 401k Comp. Wage
Experience preferred. Apply in person.

WHIRLPOOL OTTAWA
PRODUCTION WORKERS
NEEDED

Kelly Services is partnering


with Whirlpool in Ottawa, OH
to fill production positions
immediately.
Job Requirements:

Must be available to work ANY shift


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Starting wage: $11.00 per hour

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To Apply:
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LEGAL NOTICE
Washington Township
Van Wert County Board
of Zoning Commission
will hold a reorganization meeting at 7:00 PM
on March 8, 2016 at the
Township Office, located at 22693 Lincoln
Hwy., Delphos, Ohio
also address other business that is brought before the Commission.
2-20-16
LEGAL NOTICE
Washington Township
Van Wert County Zoning Appeals Board will
hold a reorganization
meeting on March 9,
2016 at the Townshp Office located at 22693
Lincoln Hwy., Delphos,
Ohio.
2/20/16

953

FREE/LOW PRICED
MERCHANDISE

CHEST OF drawers, 5
drawers, good shape,
$50. Ph. 419-692-4861.
FOR SALE 2 porch
swings 1 with cushion.
$25.00 each. Call 419667-2852.

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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Farm

(Continued from page 5)

compared to the fixed costs


that will be spread over the
remaining acres to determine
if this is a good decision.
Other ideas could include
selling unused and underutilized equipment on the farm
but be careful to examine
the tax liability of the sale of
these assets so that it does not
consume the income generated from the sale.
Add additional revenue
streams. Additional revenue streams can come from
a few sources, but the most
common is the addition of
off-farm employment for one
or more of the adult family members. This lowers the
need for the farm to generate all of the family living expenses and health care
costs. Other ideas would be
the addition of other agricultural production enterprises
or agri-tourism enterprises.
Make sure you have studied these options thoroughly
to predict the positive cash
inflow they may generate.
Talk to your lender.
Lenders want the enterprise to
succeed and will work toward
that end. More options will
be available the earlier the
farmer discusses the situation
with their lender.
Cooperation
among
neighbors. Years ago, farmers understood that by pooling resources they could generate increased profits. This
was evident by the number of
cooperatives that once dotted

the countryside. Is it time to


create farming arrangements
that bulk purchase inputs,
own equipment, produce
greater marketing opportunities to maximize income?
What about each farmer specializing in a farming practice such as planting, spraying and harvesting and work
together to capitalize on the
specialized strength of each
other?
Work
toward
full
employment. This is not
to suggest that grain farmers are not fully employed.
However, there are plenty
of examples where farmers
have added enterprises to
their business portfolio to utilize their equipment and hired
labor more fully. Examples
include excavating, construction, painting, livestock,
machine shop, and custom
hire. There is even an example of a farmer that is a big 10
basketball referee during the
winter when row crop harvest
is finished.
Farmers
have
been
through these tough times
before. Grain crop farmers
experienced a similar situation in the early 1980s when
profit margins became tight
after a very profitable period
in the late 1970s. Currently,
the nations farm balance
sheet is in much better shape
relative to 1980, but that does
not relieve the responsibility
of operators in making management decisions necessary
to keep it there.

Kitchen
(Continued from page 5)

Recycle in a unique way that gives back even more


Recycling is an eco-friendly practice meant to protect the planet for
future generations. According to researchers at Duke University, the
average person generates around 4.3
pounds of waste daily. While recycling programs help to preserve resources and help reduce waste, even
the most ardent recycling enthusiasts
never see the end results of their recycling efforts. That reality can negatively affect the motivation people
have to continue recycling.
While adults might not need to see
the impact their recycling efforts are
having, curious kids may need to witness the fruits of their recycling efforts firsthand.
Schools or youth groups looking to
become involved with recycling efforts can do so in various ways. For
example, one organization makes it
relatively easy to recycle many different common goods and turn them into
fundraising dollars for schools or put
money earned via recycling efforts toward a charity of choice.
The TerraCycle company was
founded in 2001 by Princeton University freshman Tom Szaky. The company began by collecting worm droppings to be used as organic fertilizer.
Since its meager beginnings, TerraCycle has expanded into a recycling
and environmental awareness powerhouse. The companys goal is to be a
trusted resource for families, schools,
communities, and even corporations
to find tips, stats, facts, tactics, and
news to help them live a greener,
cleaner lifestyle.
Today the company works with
hundreds of major brands, both domestically and internationally, to
collect and repurpose products that
would normally be relegated to the

Burrows

(Continued from page 2)

me with this column and in a lot of other ways. True friends


like her are hard to find.
It is a relief that all the beef is done now. Once the pork is
done I hope to find time to start sewing again. I still didnt get
all the clothes sewn from fabric that was given as Christmas
gifts.
I hope all of you readers are staying healthy this winter.
We cant complain too much. So far weve been only battling
colds. I started with a nagging cough a few days ago. Im trying all my home remedies to get rid of it, and it seems better
today.
Ill share the Egg Dutch recipe for the readers who are new
to the column. God bless all of you!
Egg Dutch
5 eggs
1 heaping tablespoon flour
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon salt
pepper to taste
Put into a bowl in the order given and beat. Pour into a
heated, greased skillet and cover with a tight lid. Place over
medium low heat. Cut and turn when half done and finish
cooking. I usually put cheese on top when almost done. Bacon
bits can also be added.
Lovina Eicher is an Old Order Amish writer, cook, wife
and mother of eight. Formerly writing as The Amish Cook,
Eicher inherited that column from her mother, Elizabeth
Coblentz, who wrote from 1991 to 2002. Readers can contact
Eicher at PO Box 1689, South Holland, IL 60473 (please
include a self-addressed stamped envelope for a reply) or at
LovinasAmishKitchen@MennoMedia.org.

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James Burrows: I had
to talk to somebody about
getting new tear ducts for
myself. It was extraordinary. They had people from
Taxi, which is 1978 when
I did that show, all the way
up to Crowded, which is
a show I just finished this
year. There must have been
nine or 10 shows. It was
clips from the shows. There
was an interview with the
cast of all the shows individually. I was just
surprised by the volume
of people that came. All
the Taxi cast came. The
Friends cast Matthew
Perrys in London, he was
the only one who wasnt
there. They all went on
tape. Those that couldnt
make it participated in the
show through videotape.
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Kalida High School 2016 Homecoming Court


The 2016 Kalida Homecoming crowning was held on Feb. 12. King Evan Recker and Queen Katelyn Siebeneck, front, were crowned by last years royalty Noah Verhoff and Morgan
Niese, back. The court includes, from left, freshmen attendants Grant Laudick and Lauren Langhals, senior attendants Brandon Erhart and Alexa Ellerbrock, junior attendants
Caleb Siebeneck and Mikki Smith, senior attendants Drew Hovest and Sarah Hovest and sophomore attendants Jacob Kahle and Tori Niese. (Submitted photo)

Ottoville
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Points are awarded per season
completed (grades 9-12);
Students must be attending a 2- or
4-year college;
Student must apply for scholarship (All that apply will receive a scholarship); and
Checks will be made out to the
college in care of the student after the
first quarter/semester.
Since 2003, the boosters have contributed more than $500,000 to the
schools athletic programs and facilities. In addition to awards (included
in all totals), the boosters have funded season end parties ($284); weight
room equipment and gymnasium banners ($35,524); funds for the outdoor
facilities including a track, baseball
and softball diamonds and soccer field
($31,035); soccer field and track lighting ($55,489); new baseball and softball
diamonds ($109,579 and $44.973); ball
diamond sidewalks and pads ($15,332);
dugout brick, gymnasium camera,
fending and weight room equipment
($25,141); strength program, a shooting machine and volleyball equipment
($14,580); strength program, the school
message center, shooting machine,
hurdles, track resurfacing ($37,989);
strength program, volleyball machine,
Gator, free weights and a pitching

Real
machine ($21,915); strength program,
press boxes, soccer shelters, batters
eye and scorers table ($70,411); and
this years upcoming projects include:
strength program, defibrillator, driveway to diamond, land leveler and nets
($11,000). Awards and projects total
$507,653.
We want to stay viable and active,
Langhals added. We dont have any
major projects coming up so we are
looking for ways to still benefit the student-athletes.
James Hoersten will return to the
high school as industrial technologies
instructor on a permanent substitute
basis for the 2016-17 school year. The
board approved a Memorandum of
Understanding between the district and
the Ottoville Education Association for
Hoerstens contract.
Hoersten will also serve as industrial
technologies instructor for Fort Jennings
Local Schools, who will share the cost
of his contract.
Upcoming events at the high school
include the Band Steak Supper on Feb.
28; the All County Band/Choir/Art Show
on March 6 at Columbus Grove; and the
Putnam County League Scholastic Bowl
on March 10.
Superintendent Scott Mangas reported the district has received the scores
from the third-grade reading tests and
the students scored the highest of those

taking the tests online.


We had 93 percent pass the Reading
Cut section and 71 percent pass with
more than a 700 score, Mangas said.
Students who did not have a score of
700 or more will take the test with paper
and pencil this spring to give them every
advantage.
In other business, the board:
Accepted a donation of $576 to
the art department in memory of Krystal
Byrne and $34.82 from Recharge
Enterprise for the recycling program;
Approved the Big Green Athletic
Boosters to use the school facilities for
its annual fifth- and sixth-grade basketball tournament April 1-3;
Approved the Northwest Ohio
Area Computer Services Cooperative
Service Provider Contract for internet
service;

Congratulated
all
2016
Homecoming attendees and thanks all
those involved in the Homecoming
activities. There were 110 at the
Homecoming dance on Sunday;
Issued a one-year supplemental
contract to Ted Elliot as junior high boys
track coach for the 2016 season; and
Approved Abbie Norton as volunteer track coach for the upcoming
season.
The board then went into executive
session, returned with no further business and adjourned.

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Student loans are a lot more demanding than I realized,
she said. But I also learned that the more education you
have, the more money you can make and the nicer things you
can afford.
At the end of the day, the pair learned the value of their
dollars.
Things didnt cost as much as I thought they would by
themselves but they were still expensive at the end of the
month, Deffenbaugh said.
Britt didnt realize how much was needed to provide food
for his family.
I was surprise it costs so much just to eat at home not
including eating out, he said.
Senior Madison Fulk had three children and made approximately $75,000 a year. The exercise gave her a new appreciation for her parents.
This made me respect my parents more and how much of
their money they spend just for necessities and how much I
spend of their money, Fulk said. It really made me think.

Splash

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Vortex Aquatic Structures


International is recognized
worldwide as a leader in
the design of aquatic play
structures and has designed
and will be overseeing the
installation of the project. The
splash pad will be a self-contained stand-alone play area
and will be incorporated as
part of the existing swimming
pool.
In addition to the Kiwanis

$25,000 in seed money, other


local groups have put forth
money for the project, including the Canal Days Committee
($40,000) and Dienstberger
Foundation ($50,000).
Gallmeier said he is anxiously awaiting more information as it becomes available.
The city has also set aside
money to replace aging
pumps at the swimming pool
this spring.

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Answers to Wednesdays questions:


Oracle founder Larry Ellison bought 98 percent of
Lanai, Hawaiis sixth-largest island in 2012. He purchased
the 41-square-mile island from fellow billionaire David
Murdock, whose asking price was reported to be between
$500 million and $600 million. The state of Hawaii and Maui
County own the remaining 2 percent of the island.
London coined the term smog in 1905.
Todays questions:
What was the nickname of the psycho killer that FBI
trainee Clarice Starling is pursuing in the Oscar-winning
chiller The Silence of the Lambs?
In whose funeral procession did the pallbearers include
Union generals William Tecumseh Sherman and Philip
Sheridan and Confederate generals Simon Bolivar Buckner
and Joseph Johnson?
Answers in next Wednesdays Herald.
The Outstanding National Debt as of Friday evening
was $19,033,543,923,803.
The estimated population of the United States is
322,403,661, so each citizens share of this debt is $59,036.
The National Debt has continued to increase an average
of $2.40 billion per day since Sept. 30, 2012.

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