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Local voters have few but important decisions


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
After choosing delegates for
the GOP and Democratic National
Conventions this summer, local voters will have few other decisions on
Tuesdays Primary Ballot. Republicans
Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, John Kasich
and Marco Rubio are still in the running with Democrats Hillary Clinton
and Bernie Sanders seeking their party
nod for delegates.
Other GOP races in Allen County
include Republican incumbent Rob
Portman and Don Elijah Eckhart for
U.S. Senator; Collen Mary OToole and
Pat Fischer for Justice of the Supreme
Court; Amy Ikerd, Richard Henry Palau
and William R. Zimmerman for 3rd
District Court of Appeals Judge; incumbent Matt Huffman and John Adams
for 12th District State Senate; Keith
Cheney and Frank Reams for State

Central Committee Man; and Becky


Engel and S. Ranae Lentz for State
Central Committee Woman.
Unopposed Republicans for Allen
County voters include Jim Jordan for
4th District U.S. Congressman; Maureen
OConnor, Supreme Court Justice; Pat
DeWine, Supreme Court Justice; Bob
Cupp, 4th District State Rep.; Matt
C. Staley, Court of Common Pleas
Judge (Domestic Division); Jeffrey L.
Reed, Court of Common Pleas Judge
(General Division); Cory Noonan,
Allen County commissioner; Jay Begg,
Allen County commissioner; Juergen
Waldick, Prosecuting Attorney; Margie
Murphy Miller, Common Pleas Court
Clerk; Samuel L. Crish, Allen County
Sheriff; Mona S. Losh, Allen County
Recorder; Rachael S. Gilroy, Allen
County Treasurer; Brion Rhodes, Allen
County Engineer; and Gary R. Beasley,
Allen County Coroner.
Marion Township residents will see a
familiar issue. Trustees are again asking

voters to pass a .75-mill, five-year operations levy.


The new levy will generate approximately $113,625, costing $26.25 per
$100,000 valuation. If passed, this will
put the townships funding back to the
2008 level.
The township serves just over 6,700
people and is responsible for the maintenance and care of 45.31 miles of roads
(paving, chip sealing, crack sealing and
plowing), mowing the road ditches;
drainage tile, catch basin, culvert and
road sign repair and replacement; and
mows three cemeteries.
Notable races in Van Wert County
Republicans include incumbent Tony
Burkley and newcomer Craig Riedel for
82nd District State Rep.; and incumbent Todd Wolfrum and newcomer
Staci Kaufman for Van Wert County
Commissioner. Incumbent Charles
Kennedy also faces off with Eva Yarger
for the GOP nod for Van Wert County
Prosecuting Attorney.

Unopposed are 5th District


Congressman Bob Latta; Supreme
Court Justice Maureen OConnor;
Van Wert County Common Pleas
Judge Martin Burchfield; County
Commissioner Stan Owens; Common
Pleas Court Clerk Cindy Mollenkopf;
Sheriff Thomas Riggenbach; County
Recorder Kim Hughes; County
Treasurer Beverly Fuerst; County
Engineer Kyle Wendel; and County
Coroner Scott Jarvis.
An issue on the ballot in Putnam
County is for Monterey Township residents, including Ottoville. This is a
proposed one-mill, five-year renewal of
a tax for providing and maintaining fire
apparatus, appliances, buildings or sites.
There will also be national and local
contested races for both parties on the
primary ballot. The local contested races
include sheriff and commissioner positions.
See VOTE, page 14

Postal museum plans


trip of a lifetime
DHI Media Staff reports

Preschoolers take tasty field trip


St. Johns Preschooler Keenan Martz carefully places cheese on his personal pan pizza at Pizza Hut. Martz
and 45 of his classmates made the trip to the local restaurant Friday morning. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

DELPHOS

The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History is offering the bus
trip of a lifetime June
18-26.
Participants will start
with two nights at the 4-star
Gaylord Opryland Hotel in
Nashville, Tennessee, enjoying the Country Music Hall
of Fame, Studio B and a
musical comedy tour of the
city, including fabulous dining.
Next are three nights at the
luxurious La Provincial Hotel
in the French Quarter in New
Orleans for the best Jazz,
Blues and Zuydeco music in
the country. Two blocks from
the hotel are five-star restaurants on Bourbon Street and
walk one more block and
enjoy charboiled oysters at
Acme Oyster House, beignets
at Cafe Du Monde and live
Jazz and hundreds of dishes
in the French Market. Also
available is a ride to Bayou
country and the swamps and
a float down the Mississippi
River on a sternwheeler.

The next two nights are


back in Memphis, Tennessee,
at the Drury Inn & Suites
with a side trip to Tunica,
Mississippi. Travelers can
listen to the beats of Blues
and Rock n Roll walkin
10 feet off Beale or original
recordings at Sun Studio. A
VIP tour of Graceland is also
included.
The final evening will
be spent at the 4-star Hyatt
Regency in downtown
Louisville, Kentucky. A
made-to-order buffet will
be enjoyed before a tour of
the Amazing Mega Cavern
before returning home.
The trip includes all transportation, lodging, attractions, entrance fees, tips,
taxes, breakfasts and two
happy hours with free drinks
and Hors Doeuvres plus free
travel/medical and trip cancellation insurance. The cost
is $1,598 per person. If a
$300 deposit is received by
March 31, the cost is $1,498.
To register or for more
information, call Gary Levitt
at 419-303-5482 or Ruth Ann
Wittler at 419-296-8443.

New pot proposals planned for November ballot


BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Editor
news@delphosherald.com
OHIO Despite a harrowing defeat
last November, the movement to legalize marijuana in Ohio is anything but
dead. Two initiatives are proposed for
the fall ballot and the state legislature
is considering its own possibilities. The
clear difference between then and now?
The two private proposals, as well as any
legislation under consideration by Ohios
politicians, are strictly medical; recreational use is off the table.
Both LegalizeOhio and the Ohioans
for Medical Marijuana are pursuing
legislation that, like last falls ill-fated
ResponsibleOhio effort, propose amending Ohios constitution. With backing
from Marijuana Policy Project a
Washington, D.C., group that was key in
the development and passage of marijua-

na initiatives in other states Ohioans


for Medical Marijuana appears best situated to bring its plans to fruition.
The initiative will allow patients
with debilitating medical conditions
roughly estimated, some 215,000
Ohioans to use medical marijuana if
their doctors recommend it and protect
patients from arrest and prosecution for
using medicinal marijuana.
Specifically listed in the verbiage of
the proposal are the following conditions:
Cancer, glaucoma, positive status for
human immunodeficiency virus, acquired
immune deficiency syndrome, hepatitis
C, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Crohns
disease, ulcerative colitis, agitation of
Alzheimers disease, post-traumatic
stress disorder, or the treatment of these
conditions; a chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment
that produces one or more of the fol-

lowing: cachexia or wasting syndrome;


severe debilitating pain; severe nausea;
seizures, including but not limited to
those characteristic of epilepsy; severe
and persistent muscle spasms, including
but not limited to those characteristic of
multiple sclerosis.
However, the proposals language
allows for the addition of any other
medical condition to the list should
a proposed Medical Marijuana Control
Division make such an allowance.
Other provisions within the proposal
include limited cultivation for personal
use, the establishment of pharmacy-like
dispensaries and restrictions on public
use and driving under the influence. In
addition, the proposal further protects
patients from discrimination in employment, housing, health care and child
custody.
Spokesman Mason Tvert said the initiative would ensure that seriously ill

Ohioans have safe and legal access to


medical marijuana if their doctors believe
it will alleviate their pain and suffering.
Its time to stop punishing sick and
dying people who are simply seeking
relief, Tvert said.
But the proposed constitutional
amendment has an element that is raising
eyebrows: limiting the number of growers to 15. Although the growers would
not be investors who pay millions of dollars to buy into the program a feature
of the ResponsibleOhio plan that voters
saw as a fatal flaw the limit opens the
door to criticism that the proposal could
be a special-interest bonanza.
If approved by the Ohio Ballot Board,
a signature drive will span from April to
June of 2016, with the goal of submitting
at least 305,591 valid signatures by the
first week of July.
See POT, page 14

Classifieds 10 | Entertainment 11 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-8 | Relay for Life info 14-15 | Weather 2
Girl Scout Troop
20278 will hold a
cookie booth from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday
at Chief Supermarket.
All varieties of
cookies are available
for $4 per box.

Sign-up for youth baseball/softball is set for


9 a.m. to noon today and March 19 at Franklin
Elementary School. Fees are payable at that time. A
parent or guardian must sign the registration form.
Boys wishing to play in the 7/8-year-old Junior
Baseball, 9- to 12-year-old Minor/City leagues and
12- to 15-year-old Pony League must sign up.
Any 9-year-old with a birth date between May
1, 2006, and April 30, 2007, or any 10-12-year-old

who hasnt played in Delphos must bring a birth


certificate or other proof of age.
Girls who attended grades 2-8 during the 201516 school year are eligible for softball. Forms may
be picked up at the schools or at the sign-up.
Children eligible for Knothole League include
boys ages 5-6 and girls who attended kindergarten
or first grade during the current school year. There
is no fee but a registration form must be completed.

DHI MEDIA
2015 Published in Delphos, Ohio

Volume 145, No. 78

2 The Herald

For The Record

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Saturday, March 12, 2016

OBITUARIES
Zachary robert
Weber Jr.
April 9, 2015-March 9, 2016
CINCINNATI Zachary
Robert Weber Jr. passed away
peacefully in the arms of his loving parents on Wednesday.
His Family. Zachary was
born April 9, 2015, in Akron
to Zachary and Angela (Daley)
Weber, who both survive in
Cincinnati.
He is also survived by his paternal grandparents, Rob and Laura
Weber of Fort Jennings; maternal grandparents, Marty and Cindy
Daley of Lima; paternal great-grandparents, Robert Weber and Don
and Sue McGue, all of Delphos; maternal great-grandparents, Fred
and Sharran Roeder and Tom and Ruth Daley, all of Lima; uncles,
Troy and Megan Weber, Sean and Morgan Weber, Marty Daley Jr.
and Hayley and Mike Daley; and numerous great-aunts, uncles and
cousins.
He was preceded in death by his great-grandmother, Rita Weber;
uncle, Tom Daley; and cousins, Matthew Lisboa and Austin James
Weber.
His Legacy. Zachary was a brave and courageous little man.
He filled his Mom and Dads lives with such happiness, joy and
love. He loved bath time and snuggling with his grandparents. He
will always be remembered as a lover and fighter. He was small but
he was mighty.
His Farewell Services. Mass of Christian Burial will begin at
11 a.m. on Monday at St. Gerard Catholic Church, Lima, the Rev.
Jim Szobonya officiating.
Visitation will be from 2-6 p.m. on Sunday at Weber Funeral
Home, Delphos, where a Parish Wake Service will be held at 6 p.m.
Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donors
choice. Online condolences may be shared at www.weberfh.net

sept. 8, 1934-March 9,
2016
DELPHOS Thomas
E. Stocklin, 81, of Delphos
passed away on Wednesday
at Vancrest Healthcare Center
of Delphos.
He was born Sept. 8, 1934,
in Delphos to Charles E. and
Nellie (Martin) Stocklin.
Both preceded him in death.
He was united in marriage
to Carolyn L. Hile on Sept.
27, 1955; she preceded him
in death on Jan. 12, 2015.
He is survived by three
sons, Thomas Stocklin Jr. of
Delphos, Greg Stocklin of
Bryan and Kevin Stocklin
of Lakeview; two daughters,
Deborah (Bruce) Denison
of Cloverdale and Michelle
Blackburn of Delphos; two sisters, Mary Katherine Kleman
of Lima and Edna Kesler
of Delphos; one brother,
Kenneth (Dorothy) Stocklin
Sr. of Delphos; 11 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren;

and two brothers-in-law,


Brady Odell of Virginia and
Ron Coffelt of Delphos.
He was also preceded in
death by a daughter, Janice
Stocklin; brothers and sisters,
Charles, Donal, and Robert
Stocklin, Mildred Wiseman,
Lucille Brinkman, Gertrude
Thatcher, Joyce Coffelt, Rita
Renner, Norma Deel, Nancy
Stocklin, Mae Showler, Jeannie
Brinkman, Jeanette Coil and
Joann Halliwill; grandson,
Matthew Stocklin; great-granddaughter, Kaydence Knippen;
and great-grandson, Andrew
Knippen.
Funeral services will begin
at 11 a.m. today at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home. Pastor
David Howell will be officiating. Burial will follow in
Walnut Grove Cemetery.
Memorial donations may
be made to the charity of
donors choice.
To leave condolences,
visit harterandschier.com.

May 10, 1949-March 9, 2016


FORT JENNINGS
Dave L. Wallenhorst, 66, of
Fort Jennings passed away on
Tuesday at his residence.
He was born May 10,
1949, in Lima to Wilbur and
Lucille (Recker) Wallenhorst.
They preceded him in death.
He is survived by
two brothers, Joe (Beth)
Wallenhorst of Delphos and
Tom (Alison) Wallenhorst of
Fort Jennings; one sister, Rita
(Roger) Erickson of Fort Jennings; and by eight nieces and
nephews.
He is preceded in death by a brother, Michael Wallenhorst.
Dave was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and the
Farm Bureau. He was an avid coin collector and an antique
tractor enthusiast. Dave was a great mechanic, working for
Buckeye Truck Center for over 20 years. His true passion in
life was farming.
Funeral services will begin at 3 p.m. on Tuesday at Harter
and Schier Funeral Home, with visitation beginning at noon
until the time of service. Father Charles Obinwa will officiate.
Memorial contributions may be made to Cancer Assistance
Program in Putnam County CAP or Putnam County EMS.
To leave condolences, visit harterandschier.com.

POLICE REPORTS
information submitted

DELPHOS On March 4,
officers were dispatched to the
400 block of East Second Street
to investigate a possible domestic violence incident. Upon
A girl was born March arrival, officers met with a male
9 to Tammi and Chad Van and female at the residence.
Bibber of Fort Jennings.
After speaking with each of
them it was determined that no
physical violence had occurred
and that it was a verbal arguFor movie information, call
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On March 4, an officer on
or visit
patrol observed a male in the
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400 block of East Second Street
Van-Del drive-in closed for the season
who had an active warrant out
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A girl was born March 8
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male, 28-year-old Zachariah


Germann of Delphos, was
taken into custody and later
turned over to the Lima Police
Department.
O n
March 5,
officers
responded
to
a fight
call in
the 100
block
of East
Second
Street.
Germann
Officers
arrived and found a male that
had sustained an injury from
being assaulted. The suspect
had left the area but was identified by witnesses in the area.
The incident remains under
investigation.
On March 5, officers were
sent to the 1000 block of Lima
Avenue in reference to a possible domestic violence incident
taking place. Upon arrival, officers met with a male and female
inside the residence. Officers
spoke with each person and
were given a different account
of the incident. It was found
that the male does not reside at
this location and they have no
children in common. Both were
advised of the victim filing
procedures of Lima Municipal
Court if either wished to pursue
charges of assault. The male left
the residence to return to Lima.
During the investigation of this
incident, a small amount of suspected Marijuana was found in
the possession of the male and
charges are currently pending at
Lima Municipal Court.
On Sunday, officers were
dispatched to the 1100 block of
North Main Street after receiving a report of an ungovernable
juvenile. Officers met with the
juvenile and her parents and it
was decided that they would

transport her to the hospital for


an evaluation.
On Monday, officers
responded to investigate an
assault complaint in the 1100
block of North Main Street
Officers arrived and spoke with
a female who stated that two
other females, known to her,
had assaulted her while she
was walking on the sidewalk.
A report
w a s
taken
and the
female
along
with her
parents
w e r e
advised
of the
victim
storer
filing procedures
for Lima Municipal Court.
On Monday, officers were
made aware of an active warrant out of Hancock County
for 24-year-old Tiffany Storer
of Delphos. Officers located
Storer and took her into custody. She was later turned over to
the Findlay Police Department.
On Tuesday, officers spoke
with a female in reference to
damage done to her vehicle.
The female told officers she
believed the damage was done
by a person with whom she
previously had a disagreement.
On Tuesday, officers spoke
to a female who requested a
criminal trespass form be filed
against a male whom she no
longer wanted at her residence.
On Wednesday, officers
took a report from a female
who was the victim of identity
theft. The female told officers
that while filing her income
taxes she was advised that a
return had already been filed
using her Social Security number. The female requested a
report for an IRS investigation.

The Delphos
Herald
Nancy Spencer, editor
Ray Geary,
Chief Operating Officer
Delphos Herald, Inc.
Lori Goodwin Silette,
circulation manager
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SENIORWISE
By Ed Clark

Gifts of thought from the over 60 crowd...


A Visit with Russell
Schlagbaum 66 wise
Russell
hails
from
Ottoville and returned home
in 2012 after a career working with some of the most
storied musical groups of our
time. (The Rolling Stones,
The Who, Jimmy Buffet, The
Faces and many, many more.)
Music was often center
stage for Russell growing up,
as his father Tony Schlagbaum
was the long time leader of an
area dance band known to
Schlagbaum
many as Tonys Band. Tonys
band played engagements
throughout the area from 1938-1980. (Wedding dances, square
dances, prom dances, you name it, they played it)
Russell recalled being stunned by The Beatles appearance on
the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964. Witnessing the public reaction to the
Beatles inspired him to become a drummer, vocalist (late 1960s
member of a Van Wert area band called The Blueberry Syrcus)
and eventually spend most of his work life around the music scene.
Russell graduated from Ottoville High School in 1967 and
through a cascading set of knew someone that knew someone
musical circumstances, landed a job working for the band The
Faces (Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Co.). He moved to Europe
(London) in the summer of 1971 and would spend most of the
next 40 years working as roadie for The Faces, tour manager,
business manager, recording studio manager for Pete Townshends
Production Companies (called the Eel Pie Group of Companies),
and band crew (1994-2002) for the Rolling Stones.
Russell worked with numerous other big-time acts through the
years and enjoyed a highlight moment when Jimmy Buffet took the
time to sing Happy Birthday to Russells then 7-year-old daughter,
Eden, at a show in Chicago. (The Good Vibrations column will

spotlight Russell in an upcoming article providing additional


insights from his life on the road with some of musics great
ones)
Some of Russells favorites:
Color: Blue/Green, I always chose that crayon as a kid and
would wear it down to the nub.
Food: Peking aromatic crispy duck with plum sauce. How
about that!
Music: Rock n Roll and Folk music particularly Paul Simon
and Phil Oaks.
Car: 1966 Chevelle SS396 Super Sport It was my first new
car and a real chick magnet when I was 18 years old!
Best Sports Moment Ever: 2014/15 Ottoville High School
girls basketball varsity win over undefeated Crestview in the
District tournament game at Elida, followed by beating Kalida
for the District Championship.
My favorite president: John F. Kennedy I have three CDs
of his speeches. He was so clear thinking and honestly concerned
about the average man in spite of his own wealth and privileged
position.
If I had a magic wand and could fix one thing in this world,
Id. I would have liked for John F Kennedy to live to serve two
terms as president.
A thought for young people: One thought I offer to young
people is to not fear to dream and follow your dreams whatever
they might be. You do not want to spend your life wishing you
had not one chance or another or taken a path you dreamed about.
I always tell young people that when the Train of Opportunity
pulls up to the platform and the doors openget on. You can
always get off again and go another way. It may not come again.
Advice about Life: Work hard, be honest and treat others with
honesty and fairness. If you are educated and well informed, you
can overcome most any obstacle. Well end on that fine note.
Thanks Russell.
If you would like to be interviewed for SENIORWISE or would
like to nominate someone, simply send an email to Ed Clark at
ecc@woh.rr.com

COURT NEWS
Information submitted
VAN WERT The following individuals appeared
Wednesday in Van Wert
County Common Pleas
Court:
Cases heard by Judge
Martin Burchfield:
Arraignments
Frederick Blessing, 21
Van Wert, entered not guilty
pleas to importuning, a felony 5; and disseminating matter harmful to juveniles, also
a felony 5. His bond was set
at $25,000 cash and pretrial
set for March 22. Final pretrial set for March 30 and trial
set for April 18.
Danny Ruiz, 41, Van
Wert, entered a not guilty
plea to domestic violence, a
felony 3. His bond was set at
$50,000 cash, plus electronic house arrest if he makes
bond. Pretrial set for March
23.
Thomas Keller, 49,
Delphos, entered a not guilty
plea to theft, a felony 5. He
was released on a surety bond
with pretrial set for March
23.
Danielle Roberts, 33, Van
Wert, entered a not guilty

plea to trafficking drugs, a


felony 4. She was released on
a surety bond with pretrial set
for March 23.
Alisha Elder, 37, Van
Wert, entered not guilty pleas
to forgery, a felony 5; and
theft, a felony 5. She was
released on a surety bond
on the condition that she
not enter Walmart except to
pick up a prescription once
a month. Pretrial was set for
Wednesday.
Candice Huffman, 30,
Van Wert, entered a not guilty
plea to attempted deception
to obtain a dangerous drug, a
felony 5. She was released on
a surety bond with pretrial set
for March 23.
Levar Reed, 18, Atlanta,
Georgia, entered not guilty
pleas to trafficking marijuana, a felony 5; and tampering
with evidence, a felony 3.
His bond was set at $100,000
cash. Pretrial was set for
March 22 and trial set for
April 28.
Bill of Information
Melissa Nihiser, 29,
Van Wert, entered a guilty
plea to a prosecutors Bill
of Information charging her
with possession of heroin, a

felony 5. She then requested,


and was granted, treatment
in lieu of conviction and
her case was stayed pending
completion of the treatment
program.
Changes of pleas
Joshua Sargent, 34, Van
Wert, entered a plea of guilty
to domestic violence, misdemeanor 1 (reduced from
domestic violence, felony 3).
The court ordered a pre-sentence investigation and set
sentencing for March 30.
Drew Kenny, 22, Van
Wert, entered a guilty plea
to trafficking heroin, a felony
4. He was then sentenced
to 10 months prison concurrent with prison sentence he
is currently serving. Also
ordered to pay court costs.
Sentencings
Aaron Deffenbaugh, 20,
Van Wert, was sentenced on a
charge of trespass in a habitation, a felony 4. He was sentenced to 5 years community
control, 90 days jail or electronic house arrest, additional
60 days jail at later date, 200
hours community service,
ordered to seek employment
in a business that does not
serve alcohol, not contact the

victim or her family without permission of probation


officer, three years intensive
probation, ordered to pay
restitution of $331, partial
appointed counsel fees, plus
court costs. A 12-month prison term was deferred.
Justin Murphy, 28, Van
Wert, was sentenced on a
charge of failure to register as
a sex offender, a felony 4. He
was sentenced to 17 months
prison with credit for 70 days
served, and ordered to pay
court costs.
Cases heard by Judge
Kevin Taylor:
Probation violations
Justine Jerome, 30, Van
Wert, admitted to violating
her probation by failing a
drug test. She was sentenced
to 11 months prison with
credit for 156 days served.
Alex Chorvas, 20, Van
Wert, admitting to violating
his probation by failing a
drug test, failing to report
to probation, and failing to
complete counseling. He
was sentenced to 16 months
prison, credit for 291 days
served.

Week of March 14-18


ST. JOHNS
Monday: Popcorn chicken/
whole grain roll, carrots, peaches,
fresh fruit, milk.
Tuesday: Corn dog, green
beans, applesauce, fresh fruit,
milk.
Wednesday: Beef and cheese
nachos/ whole grain breadstick,
black beans, juice bar, fresh fruit,
milk.
Thursday: Chicken patty
sandwich, whole grain bun, corn,
pears, fresh fruit, milk.
Friday: Whole grain cheese
pizza, Romaine salad, mixed
fruit, fresh fruit, milk.
DELPHOS CITY
SCHOOLS
Monday: Chicken nuggets,
cheez-its or bread/margarine,
green beans, peaches, milk.
Tuesday: Ham and cheese
stromboli or deli sub, whole grain
bun, baked beans, strawberry
cup, milk
Wednesday: Salisbury steak,
whole grain dinner roll, mashed
potatoes w/gravy, juice cup/fresh
fruit, milk.
Thursday: Macaroni and
cheese, whole grain dinner roll
or deli sub on whole grain bun,
carrots, 100% fruit sherbet, milk.
Friday: Whole grain pizza,
Romaine salad, fresh vegetable,
applesauce cup, milk.
FORT JENNINGS
High school salad bar will
be every Friday during Lent and
on March 30. Pretzel and cheese
every Wednesday. Chocolate,
strawberry and white milk available daily.
Monday: Spaghetti and meatsauce, carrots, breadstick, fruit.
Tuesday: Hamburger sand-

wich, waffle fries, cheese slice,


cake, fruit.
Wednesday: BBQ pork sandwich, baked beans, sherbet, fruit.
Thursday: Chicken and noodles over mashed potatoes, green
beans, dinner roll, fruit.
Friday: Lasagna roll up,
broccoli, breadstick, fruit.
OTTOVILLE
Monday: Turkey hot dogchili dog, Romaine blend lettuce,
pineapple, milk.
Tuesday: Chili soup w/crackers, butter/peanut butter/ tuna
bread, carrot stix/cheese stix/
blueberry crisp, milk.
Wednesday: Chicken fajita
w/cheese, Romaine blend lettuce/
tomato, green beans, Mandarin
oranges, milk.
Thursday: Chicken patty,
french fries, peaches, milk.
Friday: Grilled cheese, sweet
potato tots, applesauce, milk.
SPENCERVILLE
Monday: Grades K-4: Corn
dog, baked beans, nacho Doritos,
fresh broccoli and dip, applesauce, milk. Grades 5-12: Chili
cheese fries, cheesy breadstick,
applesauce, milk.
Tuesday: Breaded chicken
patty sandwich, green beans, carrots and dip, 100% juice, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast pizza,
potato bites, celery and dip,
strawberry cup, milk.
Thursday: Popcorn chicken,
broccoli and cheese, 100% red
crush juice, brownie bar, pineapple, milk.
Friday: Goldfish shaped
grilled cheese, green beans,
applesauce, peanut butter dip,
milk.

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

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Students in Cindy Redmons kindergarten class at Franklin Elementary include, front from left, Efrain Martinez, Brett Rodabaugh,
Austyn Orndorff and Aubrey Kent; middle, assistant Natalie Taggi, Halee Heising, Ylon Sheeter, Drake White, Abbie Abner and
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Dave Donaldson
Denny Sheets
Dennis Recker
Justin Rode
March 14
Nancy Dukes
Hannah Clay
Larry Carder
Matt Strayer
Jerry Hirn
Kanesha Flint

March 15
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Alison Rieger
Tiffany Siefker
Lester Zachrich
Julie Fitch
Cody Mox
Ahranti McNeil
March 16
Dolly Sheeter
Valerie Parsell
Damon Siler
Brandyn Smith
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DELPHOS The Western Ohio Chapter of the Lincoln


Highway Association March meeting will be held Tuesday in
Delphos.
Members and guests will dine at Marys A&W Root Beer, 924
E. Fifth St. (Lincoln Highway) at 6 p.m. If weather permits, the
group will meet briefly at Lock 24 (near the Stadium Park water
tower) at 7 p.m. for a brief discussion. At 7:15 p.m., the meeting
will move to the Delphos Postal Museum for a program by Bob
Ebbeskotte on The History of Delphos and the Miami-Erie Canal.
The meeting is free and the public is encouraged to attend.
Monthly meetings occur on the third Tuesday of each month.
Meetings vary from month to month but always include dining
together at 6 p.m. and a program afterwards.
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SENIOR CENTER LUNCH


Week of March 14
Monday: Barbecued ribs,
mashed potatoes, dressing, fruit,
veggie, coffee and 2 percent
milk.
Tuesday: Meatloaf, potatoes, fruit, veggie, coffee and 2
percent milk.
Wednesday: Beef and noo-

dles over mashed potatoes, fruit,


veggie, coffee and 2 percent
milk.
Thursday: Chicken breast
over rice, fruit, veggie, coffee
and 2 percent milk.
Friday: Baked mac n
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The Herald 5

Country
March maple sugar time
BY LOVINA EICHER

We have entered the month of March.


Our weather made a change from warm
sunny days to cold, ice, and snow
again. Schools in our area were closed
Thursday and Friday of last week and
Wednesday of this week.
Our son Joseph, 13, is still on crutches, but only missed two days of school
since three were cancelled due to the
weather. X-rays showed there isnt a
fracture, just a badly bruised knee. He
still cant put too much pressure on it. It
swells up if he uses it too much. He did
manage to milk our cow Bessie a few
times but is limited in what he can do.
We really miss his help. We had to laugh
because older brother Benjamin, 16, said
he didnt think Joseph did that much of
the chores but now he can see how much
Joseph really does do.
While we are having cold and snow,
my sisters Verena and Susan are enjoying the sunny south. I talked to them
over the phone and they are having a
good time. They saw an alligator up
close. They had 80 degree weather on
the day I talked to them while here in
Michigan the temperature was in the
teens.
Mose (daughter Susans special
friend) has been busy cooking maple
syrup. He tapped our trees and also sister
Emma and Jacobs trees. He also helps
his dad with their own trees. The sugar
content is really low this year so it takes
gallons and gallons of sap to make one
gallon of maple syrup.
Son-in-law Timothy is also still on
crutches, from the chain saw accident
he had several weeks ago. He is still not
allowed to put any weight on his foot.
He was determined to try to go back
to work this week. He runs the saw at
the saw mill. He sat on a step stool or
something to run the saw. After a day at
work his foot was so cold since he cant
wear shoes yet. He stayed home a day
and went to get toe warmers and thicker
socks. At this writing, I havent heard if
he managed to make it through the rest
of the week.

Kitchen Press

1. Mix flour and brown sugar and


press into three unbaked pie crusts.
2. Beat egg yolks and add maple
syrup, salt, and milk carefully and pour
the mixture over sugar mixture. Do not
mix. Bake at 425 degrees for 10 minutes, lower to 325 degrees and bake for
25-30 minutes.
3. Top with frosting and brown lightly in oven.

Sunday evening we took supper to


Timothy and Elizabeth and had a nice
evening with them. It was warm so we
walked to the river behind their house.
Timothy does pretty well on his crutches
whereas Joseph is still getting the hang
of his.
Timothy and Elizabeth have also
tapped around forty trees and have been
cooking down sap into maple syrup.
Elizabeth gathers all the sap for Timothy
is able to watch over the sap as it cooks
down and keeps wood on the fire.
Their horse ShiAnn had a colt with
four white feet and a nice star on its
forehead. It is a frisky little thing and he
was really trying out his legs on Sunday
in the sunshine. Izzy and Crystal had fun
running outside with us.
I want to make a correction to one
of my recent letters. I said my dad was
the third of thirteen children. He is the
second oldest. I also wrote that cousin
Emmas son died several years before
her husband Andy. It was actually several months before. I just thought I should
correct that. I have no idea where my
mind was when I was writing that day
possibly too many distractions going on.
God bless you all!
Maple Custard Pie
1 1/4 cups brown sugar
9 tablespoons flour
9 egg yolks
6 tablespoons maple syrup
3/4 teaspoon salt
6 cups scalded milk
Frosting:
9 egg whites, beaten
3/4 teaspoon salt
18 tablespoons powdered sugar
vanilla

Irish or not, you can find a reason to celebrate St.


Patricks Day.
Reuben Casserole
1 pound canned sauerkraut
1/4 cup chopped onion
2 cups shredded Swiss cheese
2/3 cup Thousand Island dressing
1 can corned beef
2 cups cubed rye bread, crumbled and toasted
with 1/2 cup melted butter
Combine sauerkraut and onion. Spread in bottom
of casserole and top with 1 cup of cheese, 1/3 cup
dressing and crumbled corned beef. Top in layers
the remaining cheese and dressing. Crumble bread
crumbs over top. Bake at 375 degrees for 30-35
minutes or until heated through.
St. Pats Slush
2 6-oz. cans frozen limeade concentrate, thawed
and undiluted
1 12-oz. can frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
and undiluted
1 cup powdered sugar
7 cups crushed ice
Optional green food coloring
1 33.8-oz. bottle club soda, chilled
Combine half each of first 4 ingredients in a
blender; add food coloring, if desired. Blend at
high speed until slushy. Pour into an 8x8-inch pan.
Repeat procedure with remaining half of ingredients, pouring mixture into same pan. Cover and
freeze until mixture is firm.
Remove from freezer about 30 minutes before
serving. Break mixture into chunks with a spoon,
transfer to punch bowl. Add club soda; stir until
slushy. Makes about 3 quarts.

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@
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Sports

Lancer boys cruise to State tourney berth

Lincolnview senior Trevor Neate blocks the path to the


basket of a Mansfield St. Peter player during Division IV
Regional-final action Friday night at BGSUs Stroh Center.
The top-ranked Lancers blew out MSP by 20 to advance
to their first State berth in nearly 20 years. (DHI Media/
Tina Eley)
By Charlie Warnimont
DHI Media Sports Editor
news@delphosherald.com
BOWLING GREEN The magical season for the
Lincolnview Lancers continued Friday night.
Behind an excellent start
and surviving a third-quarter run by Mansfield St.
Peters, the Lancers posted a
71-51 win in the Division IV
regional finals at the Stroh
Center on the Bowling Green
State University campus,
earning them a spot in the
Division IV state semifinals.
The top-ranked Lancers
(25-1) will face 10th-ranked
Jackson Center (23-4) Friday
at 2 p.m. at Value Center

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
NATURAL RESOURCES
Division of Wildlife
The Fish Ohio Report
LAKE ERIE
Regulations
to
Remember: The daily bag
limit for walleye in Ohio
waters of Lake Erie is 4 fish
per angler through April 30;
minimum size is 15 inches.
The daily bag limit for
yellow perch is 30 fish per
angler in all Ohio waters of
Lake Erie. The trout/salmon daily bag limit is 2 fish per
angler; minimum size limit is
12 inches. The black bass
(largemouth and smallmouth
bass) daily bag limit is 5
fish per angler with a 14-inch
minimum size limit.
2016 Ohio fishing licenses
were required as of March 1.

Walleye: Over the weekend,


walleye were caught by trolling
west of Catawba near the Camp
Perry firing range and west of South
Bass Island. Anglers trolling were
using deep-diving crankbaits or
shallow-diving crankbaits with snap
weights to catch walleye in the top
half of the water column.
Walleye Fishing Tips
Each year the Division of Wildlife
stocks more than 20 million walleye
fry and 2.5 million walleye fingerlings in 15-20 reservoirs to maintain high-quality fishing. Although
walleye can naturally reproduce in
Ohio reservoirs, natural reproduction
is rarely sufficient to maintain a
fishery; therefore, walleye produced
naturally are typically considered
a bonus in these waters. Natural
reproduction of walleye does, however, sustain fisheries in the eastern
portion of the Ohio River. Although
walleye are not as common as sauger
in Ohio River tailwaters, they are not
uncommon and are typically caught
using the same methods in those
locations.
Sandusky and Maumee rivers
River Spawning of Walleye:
Walleye are present all year long in
both rivers in relatively low numbers; however, the number of walleye
dramatically increases during annual
spawning runs up these tributaries
from Lake Erie. A variety of factors
trigger the spawning run including:
water temperature, river flow,and
photoperiod (hours of daylight).
Walleye spawning occurs anytime
from early March through April but
frequently the peak activity occurs

Arena inside the Jerome


Schottenstein Center in one
of the Division IV state semifinal games. St. Peters ended
the season with a 22-4 record.
Lincolnview
couldnt
have asked for a better
start to the regional final as
they jumped out to a 16-9
first-quarter lead, getting
strong play inside from
senior Chandler Adams as he
had eight first-quarter points,
while fellow senior Hayden
Ludwig dropped in four
points. The Spartans stayed
somewhat close behind nine
first-quarter points from 6-2
sophomore Jared Jakubick as
he had a pair of 3-point plays.
The Lancers scored the
first seven points of the con-

Fish Ohio
the last week of March through the
first week of April. Walleye spawn
when water temperatures range from
42 - 52F. High river flows will
also increase the number of walleye
in the river, especially if river temperatures are warmer than Lake Erie
temperatures.
Predictions for 2016: This should
be another excellent year to harvest
walleye from the rivers. Fishing in
2015 was consistent with most years
in the Maumee River but down in
the Sandusky River mostly due to
weather and water conditions. In
the Maumee, male walleye from the
strong 2003 and 2010 year classes
will continue to dominate the harvest
in 2016. Fish from the 2003 year
class will range from 22 to over
30 inches with most of the male
walleye being around 23 inches and
the female walleye will be in the
mid to upper 20-inch range. Smaller
walleye in the harvest will most
likely come from the 2010 and 2011
year classes. Trophy walleye in the
Maumee that arent from the 2003
year class will most likely be from
2001 and other large hatches from
the 1990s.
In the Sandusky, many of the harvested walleye will come from the
2006 and 2009 year classes. Large
walleye in the 25- to 30-inch range
will most likely come from the 2001
year class. Walleye over 30 inches
may date back to good year classes
from the 1990s. Walleye harvested
in past years have been as old as
26 years. Anglers are reminded that
there is a 15-inch minimum size limit
the entire season for walleye.
Fishing Tips:
Best fishing areas are: Maumee,
from Conant Street Bridge upstream
to the end of Jerome Road in Lucas
County; Sandusky, from Bradys
Island to Rodger Young Park.
Most anglers fish the rivers by
wading, or fishing from shore. Cartop boats are sometimes used in
both rivers. Trailered boats are used
in the lower portions of both rivers. Boat ramps are available on
the Sandusky just north of the State
Street Bridge in Fremont, and on the
Maumee at the foot of Maple Street
in Perrysburg and at Orleans Park
also in Perrysburg. Caution is strongly recommended in both rivers as
they are often high in the early spring
and quite treacherous. Best baits for
walleye are floating jigs tipped with
white, yellow or fluorescent colored
twister tails. Lures are available at
bait stands set up along the Maumee
and at local bait stores.
Regulations:
The following regulations are in
effect from March 1 thru May 1 in
the specific areas listed below: (See
2016-2017 Fishing Regulations).
A minimum-length limit of 15
inches protects walleye all year on

test before Jakubick dropped


in a 3-pointer.
The funny thing is we
havent had a good start,
maybe since we played
Crestview in the regular
season, Lancer head coach
Brett Hammons said. With
the seniors we have, we were
able to get out to that 6-0 run,
it gave them confidence. The
start of the game was huge
for us.
Lincolnview started the
second quarter just as good
scoring the first six points,
as Trevor Neate dropped in a
pair of baskets, taking a 22-9
lead and forcing the Spartans
to use their second timeout of
the game. While the Lancers
were able to pound the ball
inside, they also were able
to hit from the outside as
Hayden Ludwig canned a
pair of back-to-back 3-pointers that gave them a 30-14
lead. Add in the fact the
Lancers were able to score in
transition off Spartan misses
Lincolnview was able to take
a 36-20 lead into halftime.
We knew they loved to
shoot the three and when
they missed we could get out
and run, Hammons said. I
thought our guys, Derek and
Chandler did a good job getting down the floor and our
guards did a good job passing it up and we were able
to get layups. And Haydens
two threes were huge in that
they extended the defense
and gave him confidence.
And when we can extend a
defense and they cant sag
in on Chandler or Derek that
makes our offense better.
When you hit a couple of
shots, you can see the confidence grow and the crowd
gets into it, Ludwig said.
As well as the Lancers
played the first half, St.
Peters did the same to start
the third quarter. The Spartans Senior Josh Leiter slices through the heart of the Mansfield St. Peter defense on his way
scored the first seven points to the rim Friday night.
of the half and were on a 10-2
run before Lincolnview was
I punched them (his I went in at halftime and started showing what we are
able to regroup. St. Peters
made the run after Adams players) in the mouth at told them we were not going capable of in that third quarwent to the bench with his halftime, St. Peters coach down like this. We are better ter.
third foul 22 seconds into Joseph Jakubick said. They than this. How can we play
the third quarter battling for (Lancers) punched us in the like this. We were playing
mouth to start the game and like we were scared and they
a rebound.
See LANCERS, page 7

BU softball secures doubleheader

By Colton Steiner
Lake Erie, the bays and the tribuThe Beavers had 10 hits to HCs three.
taries, up to the first dam. Through Bluffton University sports information assistant
Wilson led Bluffton at the plate, piling up
April 30, anglers may take a daily
a team-high three hits. Madzia went 2-for-4
limit of four (singly or in combinaKISSIMMEE, Fla. The Bluffton with BUs only extra-base hit of the game.
tion) walleye, saugeye and sauger.
From May 1 thru February 28, 2017, University softball team opened up its final
Netting a total of 84 pitches in seven
the daily bag limit will be announced
day
in
Florida
against
Hiram
College.
innings,
Madzia (2-1) allowed just one earned
soon for the Lake Erie District.
A great team effort was the key to Blufftons run on three hits. She notched three strikeouts
It shall be unlawful for any
person from through April 30th to 3-2 win over the Lady Terriers.
while walking only two.
engage in fishing between sunset
The
Beavers
improved
to
5-4
on
the
year,
Bluffton concluded the trip to Florida
and the following sunrise in the
against Muskingum University.
Maumee River, from the Ohio turn- while the Lady Terriers stayed winless at 0-11.
pike bridge to the Old Waterville
Hiram cracked the board first in the third
A solid defensive effort was key as the
interurban bridge, at the end of Forst on an RBI double for a 1-0 advantage.
Beavers
marched their way to a 5-0 shutout
Road in Wood County and from
Bluffton grabbed a 2-1 lead after scor- of the Fighting Muskies, its sixth in seven
the State Route 578 bridge to the
Grand Rapids Providence Dam, in ing two runs in the top of the fourth. Kelsi
games.
the Sandusky River from where the Wilson (Pataskala/Licking Heights) followed
The win moves Bluffton to a 6-4, while
power line, Toledo Edison, Old
Ballville and Fifth Street line crosses Brittany Huffs (Clayton/Northmont) base Muskingum dropped to 4-6.
the Sandusky River at the southeast hit with a single through the right side. The
The Beavers broke the ice and score two
corner of Roger Young Park, City Beavers got on the board after an RBI single
runs
in the bottom of the third thanks to a
of Fremont, Sandusky County to
the northern tip of Bradys Island, in by Molly Haberman (Port Clinton) and then 2-run bomb to left center by Madzia.
the Portage River from State Route took its first lead when Wilson stole home.
The Beavers fifth inning started with
19 to the dam at Elmore and in the
The Lady Terriers evened the score at 2-2 Ashley Knippen (Wapakoneta) reaching
Mahoning River from the dam at
in the bottom of the frame.
first on an error. Knippen scored on a Josie
Berlin Reservoir to Lake Milton.
The Beavers opened up the fifth with a McElroy (Mt. Orab/Western Brown) sacrifice
It shall be unlawful for any person to use a line having attached 1-out double by Jessie Madzia (Massillon/ fly. With runners on first and second, Wilson
more than one single hook (no tre- Tuslaw). Abigail Blake (Lancaster/Fairfield
roped a double to the wall in left center that
bles) larger than 1/2 inch from shank
to point, or a lure having more than Union) made it 3-2 Bluffton thanks to her RBI brought home both Huff and Kelsey Reeder
a single hook larger than 1/2 inch single to right center that plated Madzia.
(Galion/Northmor).
from shank to point attached while
Madzia
allowed
only
one
hit
to
Hiram
over
fishing through April 30th in the
See SOFTBALL, page 7
following areas: Maumee River the last three innings.
from the Grand Rapids Providence
Dam to a line in the Maumee Bay,
from Little Cedar Point to Turtle
Island; Sandusky River from where
the Toledo Edison power line (Old
Ballville and Fifth Street line) crossBy Ryan Schadewald
ters, giving up just four hits the contest and threw three
es the Sandusky River at the southSports information assistant
through five innings.
innings of 1-hit baseball,
west corner of Rodger Young Park
Bluffton University
in the City of Fremont, Sandusky
The Beavers finally while Dominican added four
County, to a line in Sandusky Bay
got to him in the sixth as more in the eighth to cap it
running one quarter mile east of,
FORT MYERS, Fla. - The Clayton Siders (Delaware/ off.
and parallel to, the full length of the
Conrail Railroad Bridge in Sandusky Bluffton University baseball Worthington
Christian)
Every started the contest,
Bay (from N 41 degrees 29 35.4, team could not overcome a
turned on a 2-2 pitch and giving up four runs on six hits
W 082 degrees 49 18.0 to N 41
drove it over the fence in in three innings for his first
degrees 28 02.4, W 082 degrees rough start and fell to the
left to cut the deficit to 4-1. loss of the season. Brother
47 58.2; Portage River from State Dominican University Stars
Route 19 to the dam at Elmore; and 10-2 on Thursday.
A single from Jason Colliver Austin tossed 2.1 innings and
Mahoning River from the dam at
The
loss
drops
the
Beavers
(Beavercreek) and a double struck out four while giving
Berlin Reservoir to Lake Milton.
up one run on two hits.
It shall be unlawful for any person to 2-4, while the Stars bump to right put two in scoring
to engage in fishing in the Sandusky their record to 4-4.
position. A single from Austin
River at any time fthrough April 30th
Neither team had a hit Prosser (Galion) knocked in
Garrett Siefer (Maumee)
from the Ballville Dam to the power
Colliver to make it a 2-run surrendered four earned over
line, Toledo Edison, Old Ballville through an inning and a half.
and Fifth Street line, located at the
Dominican broke it game before the Stars got out his 2.1 innings and freshman
southeast corner of Rodger Young open with three runs in of the inning.
Raymond Richard (Taylor,
Park, City of Fremont, Sandusky
the second and another in
Dominican took advan- Mich./John F. Kennedy)
County.
White Bass Fishing Tips: White the third off starter Kevin
tage of two Bluffton errors recorded the final out.
bass can be caught in many of Ohios Every
(Zanesville/West in the bottom of the sixth to
The leader on offense was
larger reservoirs and their tributaries.
Some of the best white bass fishing Muskingum) to take a 4-0 score two runs and take the Colliver, who went 3-for-4
in the state is in Lake Erie tributaries lead through three frames.
4-run advantage right back.
and with three singles and a
in the spring.
Daniel Supple continued
DU
reliever
Robert run scored. Siders added two

Stars rout Beaver baseballers

See FISH OHIO, page 7

to mow down Bluffton bat-

Bavone came in to finish off

hits, as did Prosser.

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Saturday, March 12, 2016

Sports

(Continued from page 6)


White Bass River Spawning
White bass migrate up most of the Western Basin tributaries from Lake
Erie each year to spawn. The Sandusky, Maumee, and Portage rivers typically
have the most white bass moving up in the spring. White bass may be found
in the rivers from mid-April, toward the end of the walleye spawning run,
through early June. The peak of the run is usually some time in mid-May when
water temperatures reach around 55 degrees F. The Maumee and Sandusky
Rivers usually have the best fishing for white bass, but some years the Portage
and Huron rivers also have good runs.
Predictions for 2016: The 2016 white bass spawning runs up these rivers
are expected to be good, if river conditions are good. The majority of white
bass will range from 8 to 13 inches in size. Most of these fish will be from the
strong 2007 year class, with the 2006 and 2005 year classes also contributing.
Some larger white bass, up to 16 inches from the 2003 year class, will be
caught. Recent white bass age studies using otoliths, an inner ear bone that is
extremely accurate compared to scales, have shown that the oldest white bass
in Lake Erie are from 10 to 12 years old.
Fishing Tips
The best fishing area for the Maumee is from the Conant Street Bridge, in
the city of Maumee, upstream to the end of Jerome Road, in Wood County, and
below the Grand Rapids-Providence Dam in Lucas County. In the Sandusky,
the best fishing area is from the State Street Bridge in Fremont upstream to the
Ballville Dam. In the Portage, the best area is generally from just above Oak
Harbor to the entrance of Sugar Creek. In the Huron, try fishing from Mason
Road to the Ohio turnpike.
Most anglers fish the streams by wading or fishing from shore. Small
boats are sometimes used in all of the rivers. Boat ramps are available on the
Sandusky River just north of the State Street Bridge in Fremont (pay ramp),
and on the Maumee River at the foot of Maple Street in Perrysburg and at
Orleans Park. Also in Perrysburg, car-top boats can be put in at most of the
parking areas. Caution is strongly recommended in all rivers; they are often
high in the early spring and quite treacherous.
Best baits for white bass are floating jigs tipped with a minnow or 1/8- and
1/4-oz. lead-head jigs (size depends on river flow, in lower flow use lighter
lead) tipped with white, yellow or fluorescent colored twisted plastic tails or
minnows. Small silver-colored spinners and spoons may also catch white bass.
Small minnows are sometimes more effective especially when white bass are
biting slowly.
Regulations
There is no daily bag or size limit on white bass. White bass taken by
angling may not be sold. There are special restrictions on fishing times and
hook size through May 1 (see 2015-2016 Fishing Regulations for Maumee,
Sandusky and Portage Rivers). After May 1st, there are no time or hook
restrictions.
==============
MAUMEE RIVER: The river level is rising quickly. Anglers should be
especially careful fishing under these conditions. Wading to Bluegrass Island
will be closed soon. Water visibility is poor and temperature has also climbed
quickly to 46F. Fishing pressure is low. An occasional walleye is being
caught. During high water, the best sites are Orleans Park, Whites Landing
and Fort Meigs. The recent warm rains coupled with the increase of water
temperatures signals the beginning of the walleye run. Anglers will start to
see the first large group of fish arriving on the spawning grounds over the
next few days. Fishing should be good as the river levels start to decline early
next week. For the latest updates on Side Cut Park, please check the Toledo
Metroparks web page (www.metroparkstoledo.com).
Walleye: most commonly used bait is a Carolina rigged twister tail with a
18 - 36 inch leader with between 1/4- to 5/8-oz. of weight depending on water
flow. Bright-colored twister tails usually work the best. The daily bag limit
for walleye, saugeye and sauger is four fish through April 30. Minimum-size
limit is 15 inches.
White Bass: anglers use a number of lures and live bait, including; small
jigs, and spinner baits and jigs tipped with minnows. Brightly-colored lures
are the most productive.
=============
SANDUSKY RIVER: The river is high and rising. Water temperature is 48
F and visibility is low. Fishing pressure is low with an occasional walleye
being caught. Best location will be around the State Street bridge The
recent warm rains coupled with the fast increase in water temperature, signals
the beginning of the walleye run. Anglers will start to see larger numbers of
fish show up as the water level recedes.
Walleye: most commonly used bait is a Carolina rigged twister tail with
a 18- to 24-inch leader with between 1/4- to 5/8-oz. of weight depending on
water flow. Bright-colored twister tails usually work the best. The daily bag
limit for walleye, saugeye and sauger is four fish through April 30. Minimumsize limit is 15 inches.
White Bass: anglers use a number of lures and live bait, including; small
jigs, and spinner baits and jigs tipped with minnows.

Lancers
(Continued from page 6)
After a Lancer timeout, baskets by Ludwig and
Youtsey stemmed the tide as
Lincolnview was able to take
an 11-point lead to the fourth
quarter.
Coach told us not to get
rattled, stay poised. We needed a few guys to step up with
Chandler on the bench and
I think thats what we did,
Ludwig said.
He basically just told us
to get it together. The good
thing about our seniors is
we know how to pull things
together when times are
tough, Youtsey added.
St Peters cut the Lancer
lead to seven points in the
fourth quarter (52-45) on
to free throws by Jakubick.
A 5-0 run by Lincolnview
pushed their lead back to 12
at 57-45 and they later added
a 9-0 run with all the points
coming at the free throw line.
The Lancers were 11-of-17 at
the line in the fourth quarter.
We knew it was going
to be a challenging game
after watching them Tuesday
night, Hammons said. They
are athletic and can run the
floor and I thought that might
give us some problems. Just
the way our team battled, they
followed the game plan and I
thought we made them earn
their points. I was proud of

the way our guys handled the


situation. They made a run at
us in the third quarter, but the
first half as probably the best
first half we have played all
season.
Ludwig led the Lancers
with 18 points, while Youtsey
had a double-double with
14 points and 13 rebounds.
Adams had 10 points and
eight rebounds.
Jakubick had 20 points to
lead the Spartans and Mason
Campbell had 13 points.

***
Mansfield St. Peters 14-45 16-24
51: Kyle Osgar 2-0-5; Jared Jakubick
5-8-20; Mason Campbell 3-4-13;
Ryan Payne 0-0-0; Tyson Kent 2-1-6;
James Rall 0-0-0; Elijah Cobb 1-1-4;
Charlie Maxwell 0-1-1; Jacob Gurski
1-0-2; Anthony Mulherin 0-0-1.
Lincolnview 24-45 19-29 71:
Derek Youtsey 5-4-14; Chandler
Adams 4-2-10; Hayden Ludwig
6-3-18; Austin Leeth 0-6-6; Josh
Leiter 4-0-9; Caden Ringwald 0-00; Ryan Rager 0-0-0; Trevor Neate
3-1-7; Chayten Overholt 0-2-2;
Dylan Lee 0-0-0; Tristen Miller 1-02; Isiac Bowersock 0-1-1; Hunter
Blankemeyer 0-0-0; Joe HansenBaun 0-0-0; Dustin Hale 1-0-2.
Mansfield St. Peters 9 11 16
15 - 51
Lincolnview 16 20 11 24 - 71
Three-point goals: Mansfield St.
Peters 7-19 (Osgar 1, Jakubick 2,
Campbell 3, Kent 1); Lincolnview
4-13 (Ludwig 3, Leiter 1).
Rebounds: Mansfield St. Peters
17 (Payne 5); Lincolnvie 43 (Youtsey
13, Adams 8).
Turnovers: Mansfield St. Peters
7, Lincolnview 12.

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O-G ousts 6th-ranked Lexington


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

BOWLING GREEN
Ottawa-Glandorfs
boys
team has knocked off two
top-10-ranked Associated
Press members in its Division
II District wins to garner a
Regional berth versus another top-10 foe Thursday night.
The unranked Titans
knocked
off
unbeaten
and
second-ranked
Upper Sandusky, then seventh-ranked Defiance.
Lexington was ranked
sixth in Thursdays Regional
semifinal at Bowling Green
State Universitys Stroh
Center.
Despite poor free-throw
shooting and 18 turnovers,
the Titans did just enough
down the stretch to eliminate
the Minutemen 52-46.
If youd have told me
before the game that we
would do that and win, Id
have told you no way,
Ottawa-Glandorf
coach
Tyson McLaughlin said. We
made some uncharacteristic
mistakes in both categories.
We started out well but we
also had some happy feet. We
generally dont turn it over
much and hit our free throws.
We talked before the season
that we werent going to win
with star power this year;
wed have to have five guys

Softball

on the court all the time doing


the little things for us to win.
Thats generally been what
weve done to this point.
Unranked O-G (215) moves on to battle Bay
Village Bay (22-3), a 76-66
victor over Napoleon (19-6),
7 p.m. today back at The
Stroh.
Ottawa led 39-36 to enter
the final period and they
pushed that lead to 42-36 on
a basket by Kordell Stover by
the 6-minute mark. Baskets
by Jonah Yaussy (gamehigh 18) and freshman Cade
Stover got the Minutemen
within 42-40 at the 4:55
mark. A foul shot by Zac
Unterbrink was followed by a
baseline drive by C. Stover to
get Lexington within 43-42.
They could get no closer.
The remainder of O-G
points came at the line,
though they struggled to put
it away. In the last 2:30, O-G
managed to down 9-of-16 at
charity but the Minutemen
could not answer with six
missed shots. Their only
points in that span were two
foul shots by C. Stover and
Joey Zahn. Jordan Verhoff
was 7-of-10 to pace the Titan
effort as time wound down.
O-G started off quickly,
getting out to an 8-2 lead
before the Minutemen began
to get the ball inside to big
men Yaussy and C. Stover
and built a 15-10 edge on an

(Continued from page 6)


Wilson was the lone Beaver with
multiple hits, going 2-for-3, along with
two RBIs. She was outstanding all afternoon, raking 5-of-7 with a run scored
and two RBI! Madzia notched her first

inside basket by Yaussy at


the minute mark before Jake
Dible hit a single with 38.6
ticks left to get O-G within
15-11 at the end of one.
Fouls began to be an
issue for both teams in period number 2, especially to
Minutemen starters Yaussy,
C. Stover and AJ Nickoli.
O-G used 6-of-12 shooting
to rally, so despite five turnovers, the Titans tied the
score at 27 on a putback of
his own miss by Jay Kaufman
at the horn.
Unterbrink took an opening mid-court steal in for a
layup to give O-G the lead for
good but the game remained
close. With Verhoff picking
up his third foul for O-G
at 4:48, as well as that of
Unterbrink at 2:42, the lead
jumped between 1 and 5
points throughout the period
and when freshman Owen
Hiegel made a tough short
banker at 1:21, that put the
Titans up 39-36.
We knew rebounding
was going to be the key on
both ends, as well as limiting the touches of their big
men inside and Zahn outside, McLaughlin added.
We tied them on the boards
the first half 16-16 and they
had seven offensive boards.
We knew that could not continue and we outrebounded
them by nine. Their big men
Stover and Yaussy are

home run of the season and Knippen


scored twice.
Emily Scupholm (Cuyahoga Falls/
Our Lady of the Elms) improved to 2-3
as she tossed a complete-game 4-hitter.
Needing just 108 pitches, Scupholm had
a strikeout and three walks. She finished
the week with a sparkling 1.19 ERA in

a load inside and we managed to at least slow them


down, as well as the work of
Jordan (Verhoff) and Kordell
on Zahn.
C. Stover put in a double-double of 13 markers and
11 boards.
Verhoff
was
O-Gs
top scorer at 14 and Nick
Weihrauch added 12.

LEXINGTON (46)
Joey Zahn 2-4-9, AJ Nickoli 2-06, Joey Vore 0-0-0, Cade Stover 5-313, Jonah Yaussy 6-6-18, Traevin
Harrison 0-0-0, Dana Shoulders 0-00, Connor Baughman 0-0-0, Paul
Hogsette 0-0-0. Totals 12/34-3/1513/18-46.
OTTAWA-GLANDORF (52)
Jordan Verhoff 3-8-14, Zac
Unterbrink 3-2-9, Nick Weihrauch
4-1-12, Jay Kaufman 1-1-3, Kordell
Stover 4-1-9, Connor Niese 0-0-0,
Owen Hiegel 1-0-2, Jake Dible 1-13, Bryce Utrup 0-0-0, Brandon Weis
0-0-0. Totals 13/31-4/9-14/27-52.
Score by Quarters:
Lexington 15 12 9 10 - 46
Ott.-Glan. 11 16 12 13 - 52
Three-point goals: Lexington,
Nickoli 2, Zahn; Ottawa-Glandorf,
Weihrauch 3, Unterbrink. Fieldgoal Percentages: Lexington 30.6%
(35.3% 2s; 20% 3s), OttawaGlandorf 41.9% 2s; 44.4% 3s).
Free Throw Percentage: Lexington
72.2%, Ottawa-Glandorf 51.9%.
Rebounds: Lexington 30/12 off.
(C. Stover 11), Ottawa-Glandorf
39/14 off. (Kaufman 11). Assists:
Lexington 7 (Baughman 3), OttawaGlandorf 6 (Verhoff 2). Steals:
Lexington 6 (Zahn 3), OttawaGlandorf 5 (Verhoff/Unterbrink
2). Blocked Shots: Lexington 3
(C. Stover 2), Ottawa-Glandorf 2
(Weihrauch /K. Stover. Turnovers:
Lexington 10, Ottawa-Glandorf
18. Fouls: Lexington 23, OttawaGlandorf 16.

35.1 innings, fanning 14 and tossing five


complete games.
The Beavers will be back in Ohio and
take the short trip to Ohio Northern in
Ada on Tuesday with a 3:30 p.m. start
time. You can follow the action on our
twitter page @bluffton_sports.

BOWLING
Monday Hi-Rollers
3-7-16
Rahrig Decals
24-0
Five Star Pet Boarding
18-6
Dicks Chicks
15-9
Fusion Graphics
15-9
Dickmans Ins.
13-11
K & M Tire
9-13
Full Spectrum
2-22
Games over 150:
Cheryl Gossard 156-185-182, Bailie Hulihan
162, Audrey Martin 150, Nikki Wenzlick 200163, Sherry Fetzer 169,182, Brittany Rahrig
154-167-191, Christie Allemeier 156, Rachel
Mahlie 189-175-186, Lizzie Rohlf 186-154, Lisa
VanMetre 247-290-197, Doris Honigford 185179, Cathy Gasser 155, Donna Bendele 158,
Carol Ricker 152, Dorothy Landwehr 153-168,
Robin Allen 171-166-201, Michele Collins 167150, Niki Schleeter 159-157-171, Kelly Hubert
176-177-159.
Series over 500:
Cheryl Gossard 523, Nikki Wenzlick 512,
Brittany Rahrig 512, Rachel Mahlie 550, Doris
Honigford 506, Robin Allen 538, Kelly Hubert
512.
Series over 700:
Lisa VanMetre 734.
Monday Rec
3-7-16

The Pittsters
27-13
Grothaus Barber Shop
24-16
2 Lefts & A Right
24-16
Honda Of Ottawa
22-18
Dukes Sharpening
22-18
Etta - Maze - Antiques
22-18
Rustic
21-19
Delphos Rec Center
14-26
Bunge
12-28
Jims Resturant
12-28
Game over 160:
Dave Kill 187-163, Greg Kill 181-166-202,
Harold Beckner 195-173, Dave Good 168,

Ryan Kriegel 174, Ryan Robey 174-189,


Brent Grothaus 205-195-183, Dan Grothaus
161, Jerry Looser 184-166-180, Tim Martin
201-207-203, Jason Schnipke 163-163-163,
Bruce VanMetre 239-234-207, Dave Breaston
161, Chet Dilworth 168-214, Mark Mansifield
166, Alan Landwehr 173-174, Randy Ryan
194-201-166, Taylor Booth 212-240-254, Zach
Fischer 189-189-225, Tom Honigford 165-187,
Jeff Rostorfer 191-186-212, Zach Sargent 214247-215, Tyler Rice 210-254-163, Chris Martin
190-182-188.
Series over 525:
Greg Kill 549, Brent Grothaus 583, Jerry
Looser 530, Tim Martin 611, Bruce VanMetre
680, Randy Ryan 561, Zach Fischer 603, Jeff
Rostorfer 589, Zach Sargent 676, Tyler Rice
627, Chris Martin 560.
Series over 700
Taylor Booth 706.
Tues Early Birds
3-01-16
Delphos Rec Center
52-36
Duck Farts
52-36
So Chic
46-42
31 A. Sherrick
40-48
The 3 Bs
38-50
Floors Done by 1
36-25
Games over 150:
Tammy Ellerbrock 167-171-179, Doris Honigford 159-198, Deb Schurger 157, Marianne
Mahlie 172-165-158, Lisa Douglas 200-172155, Cathy Hughes 175-187, Judy Landwehr
173-151, Chris Mahlie 230-298-234, Jodi Bowersock 152, Robin Allen 157-161, Nikki Rice
212-201-182, Holly Schrader 168, Mary White
175, Kendra Norbeck 161-158.
Series over 500:
Tammy Ellerbrock 517, Lisa Douglas 527,
Niki Rice 595.
Series over 700
Chris Mahlie 762.

Tues Early Birds


3-01-16
Delphos Rec Center
52-36
Duck Farts
52-36
So Chic
46-42
31 A. Sherrick
40-48
The 3 Bs
38-50
Floors Done by 1
36-25
Games over 150:
Tammy Ellerbrock 167-171-179, Doris Honigford 159-198, Deb Schurger 157, Marianne
Mahlie 172-165-158, Lisa Douglas 200-172155, Cathy Hughes 175-187, Judy Landwehr
173-151, Chris Mahlie 230-298-234, Jodi Bowersock 152, Robin Allen 157-161, Nikki Rice
212-201-182, Holly Schrader 168, Mary White
175, Kendra Norbeck 161-158.
Series over 500:
Tammy Ellerbrock 517, Lisa Douglas 527,
Niki Rice 595.
Series over 700
Chris Mahlie 762.
Tues Early Birds
3-8-16

Duck Farts
58-38
Delphos Rec Center
54-42
31 A. Sherrick
48-48
So Chic
46-50
Floors Done by 1
42-54
The 3 Bs
40-56
Game over 150:
Rachel Mahlie 160-177, Judy Landwehr
178, Chris Mahlie 202-245-253, Jodi Bowersock 171, Robin Allen 158-169-184, Nikki Rice
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| Yanni Live at the Great Phyramids: Dream Concert | Celtic Woman: Destiny

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Made in America: Lima Locomotive Works

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| Justin Hayward: Spirits ... Live |

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MARCH 15, 2016


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Last Man Last Man Big Daddy (99, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler. HD
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Haunting 2 Lady in the Water (06, PG-13) aac Paul Giamatti.
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Artists and Models (55)
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The Willis Family (N)
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Last Holiday (06, PG-13) aac
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Michelle
The Best Man (05, R) aac Stuart Townsend, Amy Smart.
Underground HD
Outsiders: Its Good
Cinderella Man (05) HD Outsiders (TV14) (N) HD Outsiders: Its Good
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Together
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Ouija (14, PG-13) aa HD Vinyl: He Racist Fire
Chemistry Out Time
(:15) Cop Land (97, R) aac Sylvester Stallone. HD Demolition Man (93, R) Sylvester Stallone. HD
Lumberjack Man (15)
Billions: Boasts Rails
Black Snake Moan (07, R) Samuel L. Jackson.
Shameless (TVMA) HD

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Daniel ODonnell From the Heartland | Hot Flash Havoc

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Alaska: Last (TV14) HD
Country Justice HD
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Alaska: Last (TV14) HD
Alaska: Last (TV14) HD
About the Business (N) About the Business HD Wendy Williams (N) HD
Baggage Claim (13, PG-13) aa Paula Patton. HD
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Family Guy Family Guy Robot
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Reba HD
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Last Man Last Man Dirty Dancing (87, PG-13) Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze. HD
Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight (N)
CNN Tonight (N)
Anderson Cooper 360
South Park South Park South Park South Park Broad City South Park Daily Show Nightly (N) midnight Broad City
Dual Survival HD
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Girl Meets Stuck HD Undercover Austin HD BUNKD
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Jalen HD
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People v. O.J. HD
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Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD
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American Pickers HD
Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Join Die
Pawn Stars 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
MTV Suspect (N) HD
Ridiculous Ridiculous
Ridiculous Ridiculous MTV Woodies (N)
Henry
Sponge
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
The Expendables 2 (12, R) aaa Sylvester Stallone.
Private Ryan (98) aaaa
(7:00) The Expendables (10, R) HD
Internet
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Face Off (TVPG) HD
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Conan HD
Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (TV14) HD
The Bellboy (60, NR) Jerry Lewis.
The King of Comedy (83, PG) Robert De Niro.
Smorgasbord (83, NR)
My 600-lb Life (N) HD
(:01) Fat Chance (N) HD (:02) My 600-lb Life HD Fat Chance: TaTiana
My 600-lb Life (N) HD
Castle (TVPG) HD
Castle: Veritas HD
Castle (TV14) HD
CSI: NY (TV14) HD
Castle (TVPG) HD
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Wild Things (N) HD
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Younger
Teachers Queens
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Modern
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2 Fast aac The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (06, PG-13) aac HD
Family Therapy (N) HD Mob Wives: Reunion
Family Therapy HD
Mob Wives: Reunion
Mob Wives (N) HD
Underground HD
Outsiders: Its Good
Black Hawk Down (02, R) aaac Josh Hartnett. HD Underground (N) HD
Girls HD
Vinyl: He Racist Fire
Fight Game Lady Day at Emersons Bar & Grill
San Andreas (15) aaa VICE HD
Insidious: Chapter 3 (15, PG-13) HD Zanes Sex Zanes Sex Cell (00)
(:10) Mimic (97, R) aac Mira Sorvino.
The Forger (12, PG-13) aa HD
Scream 3 (00, R) Neve Campbell.
King Kong Killing Season (13, R) aa HD
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THURSDAY EVENING

12:30

The Bachelor (N) HD


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Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
The Bachelor (TVPG) (N) HD
Scorpion: Ticker (N)
NCIS: Los Angeles (N)
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Late Late
Supergirl: Falling (N)
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The Voice: Blinds End Battles Begin (N) HD
Lucifer (TV14) (N) HD
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Criminal Minds HD
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The First 48: Drugs Kill
The First 48: Drugs Kill Bates Motel (N) HD
Better Call Saul (N) HD Better Call Saul HD
The Bourne Identity HD
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Treehouse Masters HD Treehouse Masters HD (:03) Insane Pools HD
Treehouse Masters HD
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BET Honors 2016
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Watch What Vanderpump Vanderpump Rules
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Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Reba HD
Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Cocktail (88, R) aac Tom Cruise, Bryan Brown. HD
Anderson Cooper 360
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
Misfit Garage (N) HD
Street Outlaws HD
Misfit Garage HD
Street Outlaws: Full (N) Street Outlaws (N) HD
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Austin HD BUNKD
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Girl Meets Jessie HD Jessie HD
Stuck HD Undercover BUNKD
I Am Cait: Woman
E! News (N) HD
Hollywood Medium HD I Am Cait: Politically
NBA Basketball: Cleveland Cavaliers at Utah Jazz (Live) HD
NBA Basketball: Detroit vs Washington (Live) HD
Basketball Live HD
SportsCenter HD
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Allstate ESPN Tournament Special HD
Cake Wars (N) HD
Chopped: Class Acts
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Recovery Road (N) HD
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The 700 Club (N)
Bring It On (07) aac HD
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The Wolverine (13, PG-13) aaac Hugh Jackman.
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Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Hunters
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Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House
Swamp People (N) HD
Billion Dollar Wreck (N) Billion Dollar Wreck HD (:01) Swamp Blood HD
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And Then There Were None: Part 2" (N) HD
And Then There Were None: Part 1" (TV14) HD
And Then There HD
Teen Mom (N) HD
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True Life (N) HD
True Life HD
Teen Mom 2 HD
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
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Friends
School
HALO (N)
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Jail HD
Jail HD
Cops HD
The Magicians (N) HD
Lost Girl (TVPG) (N)
Bitten: Of Sonders (N) The Magicians HD
Skyfall (12, PG-13) HD
Family Guy Family Guy Bee (N) HD Conan (TV14) HD
Tribeca
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Family Guy Dad (N) HD Tribeca
(:15) El Greco (66, NR) aaa Mel Ferrer.
Rembrandt (36) aaa
Lust for Life (56, NR) aaa Kirk Douglas. HD
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 America Bizarre Foods HD
Bizarre HD Bizarre HD Bizarre Foods HD
Raymond Raymond Raymond Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Raymond Loves Raymond HD
Colony: Zero Day HD
Chrisley
Chrisley
WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) HD
Stevie J
Michelle
Hit the Floor (N) HD
Stevie J
Michelle
Hit the Floor (TV14) HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Underground HD
How I Met How I Met
Cinderella Man (05, PG-13) aaac Russell Crowe, Rene Zellweger. HD
Ebola (16) Body Team Orphans
Furious 7 (15, PG-13) aaa Vin Diesel.
Vinyl HD
Trouble with (12) HD
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (07) HD
Depravity Titanic HD
(:15) Ghost Town (08, PG-13) Ricky Gervais. HD
Billions: Boasts Rails
Shameless (TVMA) HD
Billions: Boasts Rails
The Circus Big Eyes
Shameless (TVMA) HD

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MARCH 14, 2016


9:00

TUESDAY EVENING

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WEDNESDAY EVENING

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9:00

The Family (N) HD


Quantico: Clear (N)
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Once Upon a Time (N)
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Local Programs
(:35) Local
60 Min. (N) Scorpion: Tech, Drugs (TVPG) HD
Dateline NBC HD
Little Big Shots (N) HD Carmichael Carmichael Hollywood Game Night Local Programs
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Simpsons Cooper (N) Family Guy Last Man Local Programs
Leverage (TVPG) HD
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Flashpoint (TV14) HD
Flashpoint: Collateral
Leverage (TV14) HD
Intervention (N) HD
60 Days In: Unusual
60 Days In (TV14) HD
Hoarders (TVPG) (N) HD Intervention (TV14) HD
The Walking Dead (N)
Talking Dead (N) HD
Fear the Walking Dead Comic Book Dead HD
The Walking Dead HD
North Woods Law HD
Curse Frozen (N) HD
North Woods Law HD
(:04) Curse Frozen HD
North Woods Law HD
Payne HD About the Business HD BET Inspiration (TV G)
Payne HD Payne HD Payne HD House of Payne HD
Potomac (TV14) (N) HD
Housewives (TV14)
Watch What Housewives (TV14)
Potomac
Real Housewives (N)
Family Guy Family Guy Rick Morty Tyson
Venture
Pickles
King of Hill Cleveland Cleveland Dad HD
Redneck Island HD
Skull Challenge HD
Skull Challenge HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Skull Challenge (N) HD
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
The White House (N)
Dumb & Dumber (94, PG-13) Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels. HD
Billy Madison (95) HD
Dumb & Dumber (94, PG-13) HD
Naked and Afraid (N)
Naked and Afraid (N)
Naked and Afraid HD
Naked and Afraid HD
Naked and Afraid HD
BUNKD
Girl Meets Best HD
Undercover Liv HD
Jessie HD Jessie HD
Undercover Liv (N) HD Stuck HD
Hollywood Medium (N) I Am Cait: Woman
Hollywood Medium HD
I Am Cait: Politically
I Am Cait: Woman (N)
SportsCenter HD
Sports HD
(7:00) Bracketology HD 30 for 30: Fantastic Lies Duke lacrosse. HD
30 for 30: Fantastic Lies Duke lacrosse. HD
(7:00) College T&F HD Bracketology HD
Cutthroat Kitchen (N)
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
All-Star Academy HD
Guys Grocery Games All-Star Academy (N)
Osteen
Turning
The Blind Side (09, PG-13) aaac HD The Proposal (09, PG-13) aaa Sandra Bullock. HD
The Internship (13, PG-13) aa Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson.
The Internship (13, PG-13) aa Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson.
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Life (N) HD Life (N) HD Island Life Island Life Hunters
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Life HD
Life HD
Hunt (N)
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
Taken (09, PG-13) aaa Liam Neeson. HD
And Then There HD
And Then There Were None: Part 1" (N) HD
Mr. Deeds (02, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler, Winona Ryder. HD
(:20) Big Daddy (99, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler.
Rufus (16) Henry
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Bar Rescue (N) HD
Life or Debt (N) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Quantum of Solace HD
Planet of the Apes (01) Skyfall (12, PG-13) aaac Daniel Craig, Judi Dench. HD
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Separation Anxiety HD Definitely, Maybe (08)
Tootsie (82, PG) aaa Dustin Hoffman.
(:45) Fleas
Victor, Victoria (82, PG) aaa HD
Long Island Medium
Long Lost Family HD
Long Island Medium
Long Island Medium
Long Lost Family (N)
Return of the King (03, PG-13) HD
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (13, PG-13) Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman. 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
Love & Hip Hop HD
Stevie J
Stevie J
Stevie J
Stevie J
Romeo Must Die (00)
Love & Hip Hop HD
Underground HD
Outsiders: Decomp
How I Met How I Met
Blue Bloods: Reagan
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Girls (N)
Together
Oliver (N) Vinyl: He Racist Fire
Together
(7:05) Max (15, PG) HD Vinyl (TVMA) (N) HD
Forbidden
Glory (07) (:25) Poltergeist (15, PG-13) aa HD Independence Day (96, PG-13) Will Smith, Bill Pullman. HD
Billions (TVMA) (N) HD
Billions: Boasts Rails
The Circus Shameless
The Circus The Circus Shameless (N) HD

8:00

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MARCH 13, 2016

8:30

.... The Big Band Years

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Eric Clapton: Slowhand at 70 - Live at the Royal Albert Hall

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9:00

MARCH 17, 2016


9:30

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11:30

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12:30

How to Get Away (N)


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Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
Greys Anatomy (N) HD Scandal (TV14) (N) HD
2016 NCAA Basketball Tournament: First Round (Live) HD
Local
Late Show
(7:00) 2016 NCAA Basketball (Live)
The Blacklist (TV14) HD Shades of Blue (N) HD
Local
(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
Apocalypse (N) HD
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American Idol: Top 5 Perform (TVPG) (N) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
The First 48 (N) HD
(:01) 60 Days In (N) HD The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48: (TV14) HD
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Rocky IV (85, PG) aac Sylvester Stallone. HD
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Saturday, March 12, 2016

The Herald - 9

Patience

Patience is one aspect of the fruit of the spirit mentioned by St. Paul which concerns our
relationships with our fellow human beings, alongside the virtues of kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. (Galatians 5:22-23) The Greek word which Paul uses there
is makrothumia, which is usually translated as either patience or long-suffering. The Greek
word is a compound of macro (meaning large or long) and thumia (meaning temper or anger),
and thus, the Greek word connotes being able to restrain ones temper, especially in the face of
suffering at the hands of someone who is acting unjustly. Who among us has not been accused
of something of which we were innocent? Who has not had something stolen from them?
Who has never suffered at the hands of bullies or thugs? Surely, all of us have had these types
of experiences, and our natural inclination is almost always to fight back, lash out, or scream
for justice. However a godly response would be to suffer patiently and perhaps to admonish
gently, but certainly not to be quick to anger. Think of how God dealt with the Israelites in Old
Testament times, bearing patiently with their continued faithfulness and transgressions. And,
consider too how Jesus patiently bore the pain and humiliation of being beaten, tortured and
ridiculed in preparation for the most ignominious of deaths on the cross. Surely, Jesus was a
model of long-suffering for all of us.
Then Peter came up and said to him, Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me, and I
forgive him? As many as seven times? Jesus said to him, I do not say to you seven times, but
seventy times seven.
R.S.V. Matthew 18:21-22

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.
Monday - 7:00 p.m. WELCA
meeting.
Wednesday - 9:00 a.m.
Quilting Day; 6:00 p.m. Light
Supper; 7:00 p.m. Worship
Service.
Thursday - 10:00 a.m. Bible
Study at Vancrest; 12:00 p.m.
Community Lenten Service.
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. Prayer
Breakfast.
Sunday - 10:00 a.m. Worship
Service (no Sunday school)
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
CHURCH
935 S. Bredeick St.
Delphos
Phone 419-695-1723
Pastor Rodney Shade
937-397-4459
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Sunday Worship.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. 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.
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
UNION
Pastor: Rev. Gary Fish

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

9:30 Sunday School


10:30 Sunday service.
Youth
ministry
every
Wednesday from 6-8 p.m.
Childrens ministry every third
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

RAABE FORD
LINCOLN

11260 Elida Road


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

Parish Manager: Sr.


Immacolata Scarogni
Phone: 419-692-0636
Administrative aide:
Denise Etzkorn
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Sacrament of ReconcilTRINITY UNITED METHODIST iation: 8-8:15 a.m. Sunday.
CHURCH
Newcomers please register
211 E Third St, Delphos
at parish.
Rev. Richard B. Rakay
Marriages: Please call the
Office Hours: 8:00 am-12 noon parish house six months in
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
advance. Baptism: Please call
Sunday: 8:15 am Worship the parish
Service; 9:15 am
Sunday
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
pEnCErVillE
Worship Service; 11:30 a.m.
Radio Worship on WDOH; 5:00
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
p.m.-7:00 p.m. TUMC Youth 102 Wisher Drive,Spencerville
Group at TFLC; 6:00 p.m.-7:00 Rev. Michael Cassady, Pastor
p.m. Confirmation at TFLC;
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
6:30 p.m. Arise Production Re- 10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
hearsal at TFLC; 7:30 p.m. Ladies Bible Fellowship at TUMC.
SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
Monday - 1:00 p.m. Sew HelpOF THE NAZARENE
ful at Ridge; 6:30 p.m. Arise
317 West North St.
Production Rehearsal at TUMC.
419-296-2561
Tuesday - Primary Election;
Pastor Tom Shobe
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Primary Day
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
Supper at First United Presby- 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;
terian Church in Delphos; 6:30 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Service
p.m. Arise Production Rehearsal at TFLC; 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
ST. PATRICKS CHURCH
Teens for Christ at TFLC.
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Arise
419-647-6202
Production Dress Rehearsal at
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
TFLC; 6:45 p.m. Ladies Book Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,
Club; 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service May 1 - Oct. 30. Sunday - 10:30
in Parlor.
a.m. Mass
Thursday - 12 Noon Lenten
Luncheona t St. Peter Lutheran
IMMANUEL UNITED
Church - Zion UMC Church
METHODIST CHURCH
Ladies Hosting; 6:30 p.m. Arise
699 Sunnydale,
Production Dress Rehearsal
Elida, Ohio
at TFLC; 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
Suppers On Us;
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditionFriday - 7 p.m. Arise Musical al; 10:45 a.m. contemporary
Drama at Family Life center.
Saturday - 12 noon-3:00 p.m. SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
Fellowship Hall Reserved; 7 107 Broadway St., Spencerville
p.m. Arise Musical Drama at
Pastor Charles Muter
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
Family Life Center.
Sunday: Morning Services
ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH - 10:00 a.m. Evening Services
- 7:00 p.m.
331 E. Second St., Delphos
Wednesday:
7:00
p.m.
419-695-4050
Worship service.
Pastor Dennis Walsh, Fr.
George Mahas & Fr. Daniel
TRINITY UNITED METHODIST
Johnson.
Corner of 4th & Main,
Deacons: Fred Lisk, Dave
Spencerville
Ricker and John Sheeran
Phone 419-647-5321
Mary Beth Will, Liturgical
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
Coordinator;
Tom OdenSunday
8:30
a.m.
weller, Parish Council President; Lynn Bockey, Music Director Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Celebration of the Sacraments: Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Eucharist Lords Day Ignite Contemporary Service
Observance; Saturday 4:30
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
MINISTRIES
a.m.; Weekdays as announced
9250 Armstrong Road,
on Sunday bulletin.
Spencerville
Baptism Celebrated first
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
Sunday of month at 1:00 p.m.
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Call rectory to schedule PreWorship service.
Baptismal instructions.
Wed. - 7:00 p.m. Bible
Reconciliation Tuesday
and Friday 7:30-7:50 a.m.; Study
Saturday 3:30-4:00
p.m.
Anytime by request.
lida omEr
Matrimony Arrangements
must be made through the recCORNERSTONE BAPTIST
tory six months in advance.
CHURCH
Anointing
of
Sick

Communal celebration in May 2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida


Phone: 339-3339
and October.
Administered
Rev.
Frank Hartman
upon request.
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
Morning Service; 6 p.m.
andECk
Evening Service.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
Meeting.
CHURCH - Landeck
Office Hours: Monday-Friday,
Pastor Dennis Walsh
8-noon, 1-4- p.m.
ST. PAULS UNITED
METHODIST
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Rev. Richard B. Rakay
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
Service.

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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
ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida
Pastor: David Howell
Kossuth Zion; Elida Zion

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.
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.
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.
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

GRACE FAMILY CHURCH


634 N. Washington St.,
Van Wert
Pastor: Rev. Ron Prewitt
Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning
worship with Pulpit Supply.

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

MIDDLE POINT UNITED


METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.
Pastor - Tim Owens

putnam County

FAITH MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Road U, Rushmore
TRINITY LUTHERAN
Pastor Robert Morrison
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Sunday 10 am Church
Rev. Tom Cover
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 11:00 Church Service;
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship 6:00 p.m. Evening Service
Wednesday - 7:00 p.m.
service.
Evening Service
KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Phone: 419-965-2771
Ottoville
Pastor Anthony Perry
Rev. Jerry Schetter
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday - Youth Prayer
and Bible Study - 6:30 p.m.
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
Adult Prayer meeting - 7:00
Kalida - Fr. Mark Hoying
p.m.
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
Choir practice - 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
a.m. Masses.
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
Weekdays: Masses on Mon.,
CHURCH
Tues., Wed. and Friday at 8:00
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
am; Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
Pastor: Rev. Stan Szybka
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
a.m.; Monday 8:30 a.m.;
160 Main St.,
Tuesday 7 p.m.; Wednesday
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
8:30 a.m.; Thursday 8:30 a.m.
Rev. Jerry Schetter
- Communion Service; Friday
Mass schedule: Saturday
8:30 a.m.; Saturday 4 p.m.
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
MANDALE CHURCH OF
CHURCH OF GOD
CHRIST IN
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
CHRISTIAN UNION
419-642-5264
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
Rev. Mark Walls
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
Worship Services; 7:00 p.m School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Service.
Worship.
Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer
meeting.
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
CATHOLIC CHURCH
512 W. Sycamore St.,
TRINITY FRIENDS CHURCH
Columbus Grove
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
Office 419-659-2263
Ph: (419) 238-2788
Fax: 419-659-5202
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
Father Tom Extejt
Outreach Pastor Neil
Masses: Tuesday-Friday - 8:00
Hammons
Sunday - Worship services a.m.; First Friday of the month
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.; Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
Wednesday-Ministries
at Sunday - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00
a.m.
7:00 p.m.
Confessions - Saturday 3:30
p.m., or anytime by appointFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
ment.
13887 Jennings Rd.,
Van Wert
ST. JOSEPH
Ph. 419-238-0333
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Childrens Storyline:
135 N. Water St., Ft. Jennings
419-238-3476
Rev. Charles Obinwa
Email: fbaptvw@bright.net
Phone: 419-286-2132
Pastor Steven A. Robinson
Mass schedule: Saturday 5
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m. p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m. and
Family Worship Hour; 6:30 9:30 a.m.
p.m. Evening Bible Hour.
Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Word
HOLY FAMILY
of Life Student Ministries; 6:45
CATHOLIC CHURCH
p.m. AWANA; 7:00 p.m. Prayer Rev. Robert DeSloover, Pastor
and Bible Study.
7359 St. Rt. 109 New
Cleveland
Saturday Mass - 7:00 p.m.
PENTECOSTAL WAY
Sunday Mass - 8:30 a.m
CHURCH
Pastors: Bill Watson
Rev. Ronald Defore
auldinG
ounty
1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
Phone (419) 238-5813
GROVER HILL ZION UNITED
Head Usher: Ted Kelly
METHODIST CHURCH
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
204 S. Harrision St.
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
Grover Hill, Ohio 45849
until 11:30 a.m. - Wednesday
Pastor Mike Waldron
Morning Bible Class 6:00 p.m.
419-587-3149
until 7:00 p.m. - Wednesday
Cell: 419-233-2241
Evening Prayer Meeting
mwaldron@embarqmail.com
7:00 p.m. - Wed. Night Bible
Study.
Thursday - Choir Rehearsal
Anchored in Jesus Prayer
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232-4379.
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Saturday, March 12, 2016

Yesterday

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Feedsacks

by EVELYN MARTIN
Reusing or upcycling, is a popular hobby these days, but
its not a new idea. In the 19th and 20th centuries, families put
an emphasis on getting the most out of any product they could,
including feed sacks.
Until around the 1840s foodstuffs, as well as animal feed,
was packed in boxes, barrels, and crates which made it hard for
anyone without a wagon to get the supplies from the store to
home. In the mid-19th century, heavy canvas or linen feedsacks
replaced many barrels and tins for the storage and transport of
flour, animal feed, and other bulk goods.
The invention of the lockstitch sewing machine, patented
by Elias Howe in 1846, made these bags practical for repeated
usethe farmers name was often stamped on the bag so it
could be filled back up. By the late 1800s, textile mills were
producing strong, inexpensive cotton, which quickly replaced
canvas as the preferred material for feedsacks. Those designed
to hold sugar, flour, and salt, for example, had the tightest
weave while the low thread count fabric, called osnaberg, was
used primarily to bag animal feed.
At first, the users would bring back the emptied sack to their
feed supplier to be refilled, but it was easier for the miller to
prefill the sacks, so the empty sacks found other uses in the
home. Farmers wives took advantage of this new source of
essentially free fabric by turning the sacks into everything from
dishrags to dresses. The manufacturers name was stamped on
the sack in vegetable dye so the homemaker could remove it,
Housewives loved the printed design on the new feedoften a difficult chore. Humorous stories about garments, espe- bags.
cially underwear, made with the stamp remaining aboundfor
example. The wife who didnt bother to remove the self-ris- of popular colors and prints. And paper labels were applied so
ing label from the flour sack she used to make her husbands that the fabric could be reused without the advertising.
By the late 1930s there was heated competition to produce
underwear, or the young girl who tripped and fell, revealing the
the most attractive and desirable prints so artists were hired
Gold Medal stamp.
One of the many interesting things about the late-19th and to design these prints. This turned out to be a great marketing
early-20th century feedsacks are the odd weights that were ploy as women picked out flour, sugar, beans, rice, cornmeal
stamped on them. The weight of 196 pounds came from bar- and even the feed and fertilizer for the family farm based on
rels, 98 pounds from half barrels, and so on. Sizes werent which fabrics they desired. Some sacks displayed lovely border
prints for pillowcases. Scenic prints were also popular as were
standardized100, 50, 25, 10, 5, and 2until 1943.
In the beginning feed sacks were sold in solid colors but prints depicting Disney characters or scenes from Gone with
sometime in the 1920s, an enterprising manufacturer of cloth the Wind, as well as sacks that had patterns on them to help a
bags hit upon an interesting idea - maybe he could sell more busy homemaker turn them into an apron or doll.
Women often gathered to trade pieces so theyd have
sacks if they were decorated. And the era of the printed feedsack began. No longer just beige muslin, with advertising for enough for a dress or the quilt they were piecing. Special was
the feed company, now sacks began to appear in a wide variety the husband or father who selected several sacks of matching

FROM THE ARCHIVES

10 Years Ago 2006


Much attention has been given the preparations for the first
ever Marbletown Festival. Marbletown was named for an early
Delphos financier and founder of the First National Bank,
Colonel J.C. Marble. John Miner Carey Marble was born July
27, 1833 in Pennsylvania to Eleazar and Hannah Marble. His
father died the year after he was born and he and his mother
lived with her grandfather until his death. He and his mother
moved to Ohio in 1846, joining her mother, who had re-married.
The Northwestern Ohio Education Association recently awarded Jefferson High School teacher Joyce Larimore
with one of its distinguished honors. Larimore received the
NWOEA Local Service Award. She has served as treasurer
of the Delphos Education Association for 13 years. She is the
schools FCCLA advisor and is active in various civic groups.
One bad spurt by St. Johns was all it took Friday night. If
you were a Columbus Grove partisan, it was a good one. That
span saw the Bulldogs increase a 5-point halftime bulge to 15
in the third period and they held off a furious Blue Jay rally
to garner a Division IV district title via a 73-61 victory on the
Union Bank Court of the Elida Fieldhouse.
25 Years Ago 1991
Elected 1991-1992 officers of Elida Future Farmers of
America at the annual banquet were Mike Campbell, sentinel;
Doug Nye, secretary; Chad Long, treasurer; Dave Kesler,
reporter; Shawn Vandemark, vice president; Steve Fetter, chaplain; Ryan Stewart, student advisor and Aaron Crider, president.
See ARCHIVES, Page 14

material so his girls could have a new dress.


One feed sack easily made a childs dress or shirt, and three
identical sacks would make a womans dress. Magazines and
pattern companies began to take notice of feed sack popularity and published patterns to take advantage of the feed sack
prints. Plaids, stripes and solid colors were available during
the Depression and during the wartime era of the 1940s, feed
sack sewing was deemed patriotic and prints with V for
victory and Morse code appeared. Many exotic Mexican and
tropical themed fabrics got their start as feed sacks and Mickey
Mouse was popular in the 1950s. A 1942 estimate showed that
three million women and children of all income levels were
wearing print feedbag garments
Those who found they had more feed sacks than they could
use were able to sell them back to the store where they were
then resold. Chicken farmers went through a great many sacks
of feed so the sale of feed sacks became a side business for
some of them.
Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever, and at the end of the
1950s, cheaper paper sacks became available, and the gradual
decline for these bright, beautiful and functional fabrics began.
The start of the 1960s saw feedsack manufacturers trying to
tempt customers back with cartoon-printed fabrics, from Buck
Rogers to Cinderella. There was even a television advertising
campaign intended to prick the conscience of the American
housewife, but it failed to generate sales.
Feedsacks found today are almost all remnants of the 3
1/2 decades of making the colorful printed fabric, carefully
washed, folded and stored away for use by thrifty farmwives.
My Mom is one of those thrifty farmwives, she told of
going to the Youngpeter Hatchery, located by Landeck and
getting chick feed in the colorful feedsacks. She made the
sleeveless blouse, pictured, from feedsack fabric and I wore it.
Mom still has several pieces of feedsack fabric which she uses
to make potholders to give to her grandchildren.

On the banks
of yesteryear ...
From the Delphos Canal Commission

Soda Fountains trace their


history to pharmacies when
most medicines were dispensed as liquids. Carbonation
and flavorings were used to
mask the bitter and awful taste
of these concoctions.
Pharmacists manned the
fountains in the early years
as skill was required to get
the proper mix of flavored
syrups and carbonation and
also because many of the early
mixes did contain drugs to
soothe the nerves, relieve the
pain or to serve other medicinal purposes.
In 1911, over 100,000
soda fountains sprang up in
the United States and during

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prohibition, the soda fountain


replaced the bar as a social
gathering spot in towns and
neighborhoods. Soon the soda
fountain became the place to
get a tasty treat while catching
up on the latest news around
town.
Delphos boasted at least
two soda fountains, one at
Remlinger Rexall Drug Store
and one at King and Stallkamp
(later just Stallkamp) Drug
Store. Many soda fountains
added lunch counters with
sandwiches and ice cream
treats but not so with the two
original fountains in Delphos.
The Palace, which served
ice cream, was also located
on Main Street as were many
other small restaurants.
By the 1950s, soda fountains became gathering places
for teens on their way home
from school. In fact, rowdy
teens caused the demise of
the fountain at Stallkamp
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Soda
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Saturday, March 12, 2016

The Herald 11

Opinion
Spring cleaning
time!
I know I have to; I just dont
want to.
It is inevitable. It is my destiny.
Nooooooooo!
Yes, its time for spring cleaning.
Time to wipe away the cobwebs
from the corners and pull everything out and clean behind and
under and around.
Its time to go through those
closets and drawers to put away
those layering items which were
a must for winter and pull out the
short sleeves and capris.
Well, now that I started talking
about it, Im getting kind of excited. My closets and drawers need a
critical eye to get more organized.
I need more space in the closet for
a few things I acquired over the
winter and when I open the door to
peek inside for a possible home
not so much.
Today seems like as good as any
to get started. But where to start?
That is usually my problem. I use
a random formula for cleaning that
has me zig-zagging through the
house picking up this to put away

Nancy Spencer

On the
Other Hand

in this room and then finding something else which needs to go in the
other room. I dust this and then find
something else that needs attention
and then I sweep that before moving on to yet another task.
At the end, it all comes together
in a job well done. Maybe if
thats how you see it. Its definitely
how I see it.
Spring cleaning is a whole different animal. You have to tear each
room apart and if I apply my usual
formula, the entire house will be
in an uproar, throwing my husband
and the dog into a tizzy and me into
a depression because everything is
out of place and nothing seems to
be getting done. Sigh.
So it seems I need a plan a
blueprint of how to get things done
without driving myself and everyone around me crazy.
First on the list is NO TV. Dont
even think about turning it on.
W-A-L-K A-W-A-Y!
NO FACEBOOK! Dont even
log on. W-A-L-K A-W-A-Y!
Music yes, thats it. Nothing

goes with cleaning like good music.


Oh, shoot. I meant to call mom
first thing, I have something to
ask her. (There goes at least a half
hour, perhaps more. You cant cut
your momma off on the phone, that
would be rude!)
OK, back to music and cleaning.
Should I start in the front of the
house or the back of house? Most
people come in the front door so
lets start there.
Hey, theres the mailman. Lets
see what we got today.
How is it possible that more than
an hour has gone by and Ive yet to
wipe, sweep or clean the first thing?
Hmmm. Im hungry. Better fix
some lunch. Cant clean on an
empty stomach.
Even though I have my fingers
stuck in my ears and am going
La-la-la-la-la I hear you guys
laughing at me.
Wish me luck. You know, spring
hasnt officially begun and it isnt
over until June 20. Ive got plenty
of time.

Home show revelation

My uncle Denny used to say


that they just dont make houses like they used to. Since he
was a master carpenter and lead
crews to construct everything
from industrial complexes to
McMansions, I figure he knew
what he was talking about.
Fifteen years ago, he and My
Steven built our small house,
bracing every corner and using at
least twice as much lumber in it
as most modern residential constructs. Dens wisdom bore fruit
when a storm, packing downbursts and tornados, tore through
Anne Coburn-Griffis
the southeast portion of the county
right after they framed the doors
and windows. The southwest corner was slightly twisted and the
newly-delivered bathtub was cracked when the storm stuffed it in
the basement stairwell. There was no major damage and we had a
great story for the insurance agent.
You lost the bathtub? Yes, we didno house yet, but we needed a new tub. Since then, we lost a strip of fascia to the derecho, a
corner of vinyl siding to a potbellied pig and dollars to an improperly-installed geothermal system, but the bones are sound.
Last Friday, we wandered through the K of C Home Show. We
drooled over the Gators parked outside the entrance and dreamed of
getting off the grid with solar panels and turbines. My guy handed
me a plate of no-bake cookies. I got a chocolate/peanut butter fix
while supporting increased literacy.
Then we stopped at the Habitat for Humanity booth, staffed by
Chas Myers and Paul Bonifas. We looked at photos of the Putnam
County houses built through the organization, at the families who
have worked right alongside Habitat volunteers to build new homes,
the way they used to be. So tight are these homes, one family went
from paying $400 per month for utilities to $80, said Bonifas.
Pauls enthusiasm caught hold when he pointed out that Habitat
is partnering with local churches. Some congregations are helping
with funds, some with hands and others with both. And next year,
theyll be focusing on repairing existing homes for those in need, so
that funds can cover more ground.
Sign me up. I want to swing a hammer, just the way they used to.

Byron McNutt

Can this election unite America?


Its the big question. Does Donald Trump
have the temperament, character and judgment to be president of the United States and
the composure to represent America on the
world stage? Can enough voters overlook
his unbridled rhetoric when it brings a new
outrage almost every day?
What is the appeal Trump brings to the
political theater? Many people believe the
system in Washington is broken and it is
the fault of the political class. It can only
be changed by a peaceful rebellion led by
an outsider who can stand up to the deeply
embedded establishment.
Trump has tapped into this fever and
anxiety. While friends and opponents agree
Trump is pompous, offensive and bombastic, they have jumped on the Trump
Train because they feel he will hold people
accountable when the political class cant
because they are beholding to the power
brokers and lobbyists.
People are fed up and concerned about the
future of America. While they dont want to
believe America isnt great anymore, they
dont like what they see happening to their
beloved country. These people can relate
to Trumps slogan: Make America Great
Again.
Most Americans believe this is the greatest country. They cant stand it when they
see people running it down. Its a slap in
the face when the have-nots accuse the

advantaged of somehow being unworthy


when they have never been given anything,
have always worked hard, obeyed the laws,
respected others, maintained character and
been responsible.
Trump now refers to himself as a common-sense conservative. Should he wrap up
the GOP nomination before the convention,
Id guess Trump will tone-down his abrasive
rhetoric about minorities and turn his brand
of politics toward his likely Democrat opponent Hillary Clinton.
For many people Trump is the anti-status
quo candidate. While hes crude and obnoxious, hes caught their fancy. It remains to be
seen if he can translate that into a coalition
that can win in November.
About that tone-deaf political class. Most
people outside the Washington Beltway see
no resemblance in their lives to what happens on a daily basis inside the Beltway.
Maybe Trump has given voice to the collective frustration. He may embrace the priorities of mainstream Americain a weird way.
This is a crazy, changing world and
Trump is the latest phenomenon, but can we
tolerate his style for four years? He doesnt
have to be consistent, factual or truthful.
Hes been able to do and say anything he
wants. He shoots from the hip, and while he
is often outrageous, hes gotten the attention
of millions of people who feel disenfranchised.

Trump says his campaign style is simple. Just read his business book The Art
of the Deal. The key elements are: Think
Big, Know Your Market, Get the Word Out,
Contain the Costs, Fight Back and Have Fun.
He says: Be different, outrageous, bold and
controversial and the press is going to write
about you.
Who are these fed-up Americans? I think
they are people of both parties who are a
little sick of political correctness, broken
promises, the gridlock, the animosity and
partisanship that prevents anything from
getting done. Here are more reasons.
1. They are tired of people refusing to
take responsibility for their actions. If they
break the law they must accept the consequences. They are not the victim, dont try to
shift the blame on to the law-abiding public.
2. The world doesnt owe them a living,
free health care or a free college education.
They do have the opportunity to pursue their
dreams. It will take hard work and some luck
but if they have the determination and the
drive to succeed, there are ways to do it.
3. They are tired of people demanding
and expecting welfare. When the working
middle-class complains they incur the wrath
of people who are solely dependent upon the
generosity of government assistance.
4. They are told poverty and crime are
rampant in inner cities but attempts by law
enforcement to curb the violence are met

Keeping the promise of a secure retirement


BY US SENATOR
SHERROD BROWN
Last week, I met with Rita Lewis
of Westchester, Ohio. Rita was in
Washington to testify in front of the
Senate Finance Committee in honor of
her late husband, Butch. Butch worked
as a trucker for 40 years with the promise
that the pension he earned would be there
to care for his family after he retired.
But for Butch and Rita and thousands
more Ohio retirees, that promise is under
threat. A law Congress passed two years
ago allows pension trustees to propose
massive cuts to the earned benefits of
retirees when a plan is running low on
funds.
This is disgraceful. If a pension fund is
in bad shape, its our job to fix it not to
break our promises to Ohioans who have
worked their whole lives to earn that pension. I believed that two years ago when
I voted against the law that allowed these
proposed cuts, and I believe it now.
Thats why I have introduced two bills
the Miners Protection Act and the Keep

Our Pension Promises Act - that would


protect the benefits Ohio workers earned
over a lifetime of work. And I am calling
on the Treasury to immediately reject
the proposed cuts to the Central States
Teamsters pension.
Ohio retirees whose pensions are under
threat are part of so-called multi-employer pensions, including retired coalminers
and truckers. The United Mine Workers
of Americas 1974 pension plan was
almost completely funded before the
financial collapse in 2008, but the plan
is now in bad shape, putting the health
care and benefits of retirees in jeopardy.
The 1974 plan covers more than 100,000
mineworkers, including thousands of
Ohioans. Teamsters including more
than 47,000 Ohioans who are part of the
Central States Pension Fund are facing a
similar crisis.
Miners worked underground their
entire lives to put food on the table, send
their kids to college, and help power this
country. Truckers crisscrossed the state
and the country to pay the bills, support
their families, and drive our economy

People Make
the Difference

forward. They deserve the full pension


and health benefits they were promised,
and that they worked a lifetime to earn.
Butch Lewis led the Southwest
Retirees Pension Committees fight
against cuts to their earned benefits. He
passed away on New Years Eve due to
a stroke, which doctors have attributed,
at least in part, to the stress he faced over
the proposed pension cuts. Ritas widow
benefits have already been cut and she
faces an additional 40 percent reduction
because of the proposed cuts put forth by
Central States.
Butch said the cuts being forced on
retirees amount to a war against the middle class and the American Dream - and
hes right. Ohios retired workers have
earned their pensions and retirement savings over a lifetime of hard work whether its behind a desk, on the factory floor,
down in coalmines or behind the wheel.
We should honor Butchs memory by
continuing his work. That means coming
together to support a bipartisan solution
to protect Ritas benefits and the pensions
of tens of thousands of Ohio retirees.

by charges of racism. Racism isnt the only


cause of inequality and unfair justice. Money
alone cant solve these problems.
5. They believe too many people have
forsaken the virtues of right and wrong,
marriage and the work ethic. The rules of
common sense have been weakened so much
that anything goes.
6. People play the victim game because
they are rewarded for it. As a result, honest
people are forced to pay for those gaming
the system.
7. When they offer to talk about the
injustices happening theyre accused of racism, bigotry and being politically incorrect.
Theyre tired of the lack of support for law
enforcement and first responders.
8. Attention people. Being successful,
working hard, sacrificing to move up the
social ladder is not a bad thing. Dont
demonize them and dont try to make them
feel guilty about it. People who pay no federal income taxes should not throw stones at
people who pay the majority of taxes.
9. Legal immigrants are welcome. Illegal
immigrants are not immediately entitled
to the same fruits of the tree as are legal
immigrants. All immigrants should expect
to assimilate to the American culture. Dont
disrespect Americas culture. It has withstood the test of time for 240 years. Why
immigrate to America if you cant adapt to
the laws?

Thanks for
reading
News About Your Community

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March 12, 2016 2-4:30
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Mother

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Point, Ohio. Located southwest of the ballpark.


Total Acres: 72.02 acres

April/May.

during her stay with us.

Tillable: 66 acres

road Frontage: Middle Point-Wetzel Road on East. Dog Creek Road on West.
Drainage: Tiled approximately every 35 feet in 2007.
Terms: $20,000 non-refundable day of sale. Selling to the nearest 1/100 acre. Balance
on or before May 2, 2016. Possession day of sale. In event of cash closing, buyer to
pay closing agent fees. Subject to confirmation of seller.
Owner: Nicholas Steven Shuff
Sale Manager: Auctioneer William B. Priest 419-786-9440
Auctioneers: Richard Miller, Joe Bagley; Appr. Auctioneer: Jane Germann

419.238.9733

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OH 45833.

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processes. Position requires proven trouble shooting/root cause
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Experience needed:
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Attn: Training Supervisor
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Bluffton, OH 45817
phone: 419-358-9015

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Lakeview Farms, LLC , a manufacturer
of quality food products, is seeking
qualified candidates for its Delphos, OH
operation. Applicants must enjoy a fastpaced, growth-oriented company with
opportunity for advancement in a team
atmosphere. Solid math and reading
skills are required. Food manufacturing
experience is helpful.
Company benefits include medical,
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insurance, paid vacation and holidays,
along with a company 401K and tuition
reimbursement. Additional incentives
include weekly performance, referral,
and holiday bonus, shift incentives and
attendance recognition program. Were
looking for people who are dependable,
detail
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critical
thinkers,
problem solvers, quality conscious and
mechanically inclined to fill the following:

Formulators
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Machine Operators
Maintenance Technicians
Sanitation Technician
Applicants who are 18 or older may obtain
an application in person Monday through
Friday 8:00AM to 5:00PM or submit a
resume to:

Lakeview Farms, LLC


Attn: Human Resources Department
1700 Gressel Drive, P.O. Box 98
Delphos, OH 45833

recruiter@lakeviewfarms.com

Arts & Entertainment


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Saturday, March 12, 2016

At the movies....

Crossword Puzzle

Golly!

Van Wert Cinemas


10709 Lincoln Hwy., Van Wert

Across

1 Worries

10 Cloverfield Lane (PG-13) Sat.:


1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00; Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:15
Zootopia (PG) Sat.: 1:00/6:00; Sun.:
2:00/7:00; Mon. and Wed.: 5:00; Tues.
and Thurs.: 7:15
Zootopia 3D (PG) Sat.: 3:30/8:30;
Sun.: 4:30; Mon. and Wed.: 7:15; Tues.
and Thurs.: 5:00
London and Fallen (R) Sat.:
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:00/6:00/8:00;
Mon.-Thurs.:
5:00/7:00
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
Deadpool (R) Sat.: 1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00;
Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
10
Cloverfield
Lane
(PG-13)
11:10/1:50/4:30/7:10/10:00
The
Brothers
Grimsby
(R)
11:15/1:30/4:55/7:35/9:55
The
Young
Messiah
(PG-13)
11:55/3:50/6:40/9:25
Whiskey
Tango
Foxtrot
(R)
10:55/1:55/4:45/7:25/10:05
London
Has
Fallen
(R)
11:20/2:00/4:40/7:20/9:50
Zootopia
(PG)
11:30/2:10/4:50/7:30/10:10
Zootopia
3D
(PG)
11:00/1:40/4:20/7:00/9:40

6 Unemotional
11 Work on pants
14 Set aside
15 Go-getter's attitude
16 Kind of poem

19 Ignited

21

32

Zootopia (PG) 2D shows are at 7


p.m. every evening with 1:30 p.m and
4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees; 3D shows are at 9:30 p.m every evening.

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11

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31 Absorb, like gravy


36 "Bravo!"

Shannon Theatre
Bluffton
Through March 17

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26 Say it didn't happen

28 Got more issues

25

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27 Douglas ___ (kind


of tree)

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25 Animals at home

18

21 "___ the Woods"


24 Lion's home

17

20 Olympics sword
22 Electrical units

14

17 "9 to 5" singer

Eddie
the
Eagle
(PG-13)
11:40/2:15/5:00/7:45/10:15
Gods of Egypt (PG-13) 3:40/9:35
Race (PG-13) 11:45/6:30
Risen
(PG-13)
11:35/2:05/4:35/7:40/10:20
Deadpool (R) 11:05/1:35/4:05/6:50/9:45
How to Be Single (R) 11:50/6:55
The Boy (PG-13) 3:35/9:30

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38 "Trick or ___!"
39 "No way, ___!"
40 Word after sesame
41 Turned (away from)
42 Having seen it all
43 Kept a sharp eye on
45 Dad's lady

63 Genetic material
64 Used a needle
65 Papas
Down

46 Knitter's need

1 Became less loud

47 Random guess

2 Run away to marry

49 Important message
to cops

3 Director Woody

52 "The Golden Girls"


city
54 "___ thing!"
55 "American ___"
56 "A League of Their
___"

4 Part in a movie
5 Pig's home
6 Hard to find
7 Pastries with fruit
8 "I'm ___ you!"
9 Wedding words

57 Spoil

10 Home to nuns

60 Actor Chaney

11 Movie capital

61 Show to be true

12 Make changes to
an article

62 Soup vegetables

13 New York baseball


team

41 Pinches pennies
42 Occupation

18 Dock

44 "___ the Walrus"

23 Number after zero

45 Painter Chagall

25 Dot on dice

47 Work, as a
crossword

26 Fender-bender
result
27 Cat's cover

48 Played (around
with)

28 Enjoy a book

49 Did some math

29 "What ___ can I


say?"

50 ___ dots
51 "God ___ America"

30 Act

52 Bad sign on bread

31 Octagonal road sign

53 Victor's shout

32 Dayton's state

54 Farmer's item

33 Optimistic person

55 Concept

34 Hot and dry

58 Valuable rock

35 "Wowzers!"

59 "___ King Cole"

38 Next
39 Jelly cousin

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Archives
(Continued from page 10)
The St. Johns scholastic bowl team recently improved its
record to 7-2 after beating Ottawa-Glandorf 34-24 and whipping Columbus Grove 42-19. Jerolyn Wilcox was top scorer
with 16 against Columbus Grove and 14 against OttawaGlandorf. In a reserve game against Ottawa-Glandorf, the
Jays were defeated 27-25. Nancy Vonderwell was high scorer
with 11.
The Jefferson High School girls basketball Monday held
its annual awards banquet. Special awards went to junior
Diana Scherger who won the field goal percentage award (40
percent). Junior Amber Daulbaugh received her special award
in free-throw percentage (66 percent). The assist leader award
went to sophomore Brenda Renner who completed the season
with 33 for a 1.5 per game average. Steals leader was senior
Gretchen Clevenger who totaled 63 for the season.
35 Years Ago 1981
Fort Jennings Ambitious Js held a 4-H meeting in the
elementary school. Demonstrations were given by Tracy Von
Sossan, Chris Calvelage, Kelly Meyer, Deb Krietemeyer,
Cheryl VonLehmden, Karen Geise, Brenda Maenle, Lois
Kramer, Shelly Broecker, Denise McNamara, Shawn
Broecker, Sharon Kramer and Lynn Nichols.
A newly-created legend tells that a leprechaun was traveling through Ottoville looking for a place to celebrate St.
Patricks Day. The leprechaun put his magic to work on a
Wednesday night at the Class A district semi-finals in Elida.
Ottoville, on the last-minute heroics of senior forward Joe
The Lima Beane Chorus and Quartets and special guest quartet Boardwalk will perform at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Horstman, pulled out a 54-52 victory over Leipsic.
March 19 at Lima Senior High School auditorium. All seats are reserved. Tickets are $15 and available from any chorus
50 Years Ago 1966
member until Tuesday. Remaining tickets will be available at the door the day of the shows. Tickets can also be ordered
The Big Green of Ottoville High continued on its winning
by calling 419-306-0374 or 419-999-4346.
ways by blasting Minster 69-58 in a district tournament game
Friday night at Lima. The Ottoville five went into the game
sporting a 20-3 slate for the season. Jerry Hoersten and Steve
Turnwald were the big guns for the Big Green, scoring 17 and
(Continued from page 10)
restaurants became popular. Sodas were then available in bottles 16 points respectively.
Two Middle Point men, A. E. Miller and William Weldy,
Drug. Bill Remlinger recalls in an article for the Delphos Herald from carry-outs and at the grocery. Delphos still had the Dairy were among the 21 top soybean growers in Ohio who were
Queen
and
the
Dairy
Whip,
along
with
the
Chew
Chew,
The
that he met his future wife Helen when she stopped by the soda
honored at a recognition dinner held this week in Columbus.
fountain on her lunch break. When Stallkamp Drugs moved from Equity and Renos Cozy Confectionary to serve soft drinks to Paul V. Metzner of Delphos Soya Products Co., served as
those
who
still
walked
around
town.
Today,
the
locals
drive
to
the corner to the middle of the block around 1961, a local carpenter,
Hiram Runyan, custom built the new soda fountain counter and Jims, The Grind, Pats Donuts, McDonalds and Arbys to solve chairman for the event and introduced Gov. James A. Rhodes,
who had proclaimed 1965-66 Soybean Year in Ohio, in
booth-style seats for the new location. Although Stallkamps closed the worlds problems over coffee and breakfast.
recognition of the crops economic importance.
The
Delphos
Canal
Museum,
located
on
Main
Street,
is
open
on
their fountain services in the mid- sixties, Remlingers was still
Rebecca Circle of the First United Presbyterian Church
offering cherry cokes in the late 60s. Part of the counter and booth Thursday from 9 a.m. until noon, Saturday and Sunday from 1-3
met
Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Eugene Metzger,
p.m.
and
also
by
appointment.
from Stallkamps are on display at the Delphos Canal Museum
East Fifth Street, with Mrs. Don Wiedeman and Mrs. Roy
along with many artifacts from the Remlinger Drug Store.
Baxter serving as assistant hostesses. Routine business was
The soda fountain was phased out when cars and drive-through
transacted and devotions were given by Mrs. James Endsley.
Mrs. L. W. Freyermuth was in charge of the lesson. The prayer
calendar was presented by Mrs. Kenneth Fronk.
60 Years Ago 1956
Consolidation of operations at the Delphos Bending
(Continued from page 1)
Answers last Wednesdays questions:
Company factory is scheduled later this year following
What was revealed when a high-energy X-ray chemical analysis was made of the paint
While similar in scope, the completion of a new building to house the painting
Pablo Picasso used in creating his masterpiece The Red Chair was that he used high-quality
LegalizeOhios effort pro- and assembly departments. Pouring of the footers for the
commercial enamel house paint. The revelation did not surprise many art historians who long
motes two distinct differ- 12,000-square-foot structure is currently underway and combelieved Picasso preferred ready-mixed enamel paint because it was glossy and didnt show his
ences. First, nothing in the pletion is expected next June, Louis N. Justus, president and
brushwork.
language limits the number general manager of the firm, reported Tuesday.
Strings of cranberries, paper garland and tin cans were used to decorate the 20-foot-tall
Troop Little Flower of the Juniorettes met at the home of
or location of commercial
Christmas tree erected on the muddy site of New Yorks future Rockefeller Center in 1931
during the Depression.
growers. Second, the pro- Jeanette Gerschutz for a regular meeting. Prayer, pledge to
Todays questions:
posed amendment allows the flag and Juniorette pledge opened the meeting. In games
What accident led the Beatles to sport mustaches on the cover of their Sgt. Peppers Lonely
Ohio farmers to cultivate played, Barbara Calvelage and Diane Wannemacher won
Hearts Club Band album in 1966?
the prizes. Election of officers was held with the following
industrial hemp.
What is puffling?
Meanwhile, both the results: Ann Johnson, president; Jeanette Gerschutz, secreAnswers in Wednesdays Herald.
Ohio House and Senate are tary; and Patricia Ricker, reporter. The next meeting will be at
looking into medical-mari- the home of Diane Wannemacher.
juana legislation, but neither
75 Years Ago 1941
appears to be in a rush to
Five members of the Epworth League of the Methodist
pass any.
House Speaker Clifford Church in Delphos attended a county rally staged at
Rosenberger, R-Clarksville, the Methodist Church in Spencerville Tuesday evening.
set up a diverse task force Refreshments and games followed the entertaining program.
to study medical marijuana. Present from Delphos were Robert Ervin, Louis and Paul
The group has taken tes- Rozelle, Norman Truesdale and William Parrott.
Improvements have been and are now being made on the
timony from witnesses on
both sides of the issue but interior of the Commercial Bank building. The hallways have
has not proposed legisla- been redecorated and the stairway leading to the second floor
tion. Sens. Dave Burke, and the floor in the hallway on the second floor have been
R-Marysville, and Kenny covered with linoleum. The stairway leading to the third
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The Republican candidates for sheriff


include incumbent Brian Siefker and Nick
Gilgenbach. Siefker currently serves as a
captain with the Putnam County Sheriffs
Department. Gilgenbach is the Columbus
Grove chief of police.
The winner of this primary race will run
against Dennis Cupp in the Nov. 8 General
Election. Cupp has filed as a non-partisan
sheriff candidate and will not be on the primary ballot.
In the two commissioner races, both
Republican incumbents, Travis Jerwers and

Vincent Schroeder, will face opposition on the


primary ballot.
Michael Lammers and Jerwers are on the
Republican ballot for the Jan. 2 commissioner
seat. The winner of this race will face opposition from the Democratic party in the general
election. Tony Wobler has filed as a Democrat
running for the Jan. 2 commissioner seat. He
is unopposed in the primary election.
Schroeder will face opposition from
Republican Carl Gerten in the primary race
for the Jan. 3 Commissioner seat. The winner
of this race is so far unopposed for the general
election.