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10 girls to compete in 2016 Peony Pageant


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
VAN WERT The 2016 Peony
Pageant will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at
The Marsh Auditorium, 1229 Lincoln
Hwy, Van Wert.
This year, there are 10 area schools
being represented by some of the finest students from Antwerp, Crestview,
Delphos Jefferson, Delphos St. Johns,
Lincolnview, Parkway, Paulding, Van
Wert, Vantage Career Center and Wayne
Trace high schools.
Meet the candidates:
Kiersten Teman Jefferson High
School
Teman is the daughter of Dan and
Maureen Teman and sister of Logan. She is
a Junior Optimist, on the yearbook staff, in
the school musical and a member Fellowship
of Christian Athletes. Teman dances for Kim
Hohmans Dance Works and is involved
with the all-star cheer squad . She volunteers
her time as a coach for Upwards. After high
school, she will attend BGSU and major in
product development in apparel.
Maddie Pohlman St. Johns High
School
Pohlman is the daughter of Paul and
Donna Pohlman, with siblings Joel, Chris
and Kelsey. She competes in volleyball
and basketball for the Blue Jays. She is
very involved at school as the president
of the Mission Society, Junior Optimist,
National Honor Society and CRESPI.
She is also very involved in 4-H as
she is the president of her group, the
4-H Pathfinders. She loves shopping and
spending time with her family. After high
school, she plans to major in exercise
science.

Teman
Ashton Bowersock Lincolnview
High School
Bowersock is the daughter of Troy and
Tonya Bowersock and the sister of Alek
and Evan. She plays volleyball, basketball and runs track for the Lancers. She
is involved in several clubs at school:
Beta Club, National Honor Society, FCA,
Agents of Change, Benefit Counsel,
Spanish and Science club and concert
band. Outside of school, she attends
Calvary Church and spends time with her
family. After high school, she plans to
attend Calvin College in Michigan and
major in speech pathology.
Makayla Ryan Vantage Career
Center
Ryan is the daughter of Lance and
Misty Ryan and a sister of Delaney and
Sidney. She is a Junior Rotarian, student ambassador and a member of the
honor society. Makayla enjoys spending
time with her family, camping and going
shopping. After high school, she plans to
attend Rhodes State and major in nursing.
Tianna Rager Crestview High
School
Rager is the daughter of Curt and

Easy ways to do charitable works


BY KAY LOUTH
DHI Media Staff Writer
klouth@delphosherald.com
Delphos What do empty
pill bottles, sewing machines,
fresh vegetables and a simple
click on a website have in
common? These seemingly
unrelated items are all ways
people who are short on time
or short on money or both can
help alleviate a little suffering
in some poor nations and build
community at a local level.
Lets start with those empty
pill bottles, prescription and
over the counter bottles too.
Campers and survivalists often
use them for waterproof ways
to store matches or small first
aid kits. But doctors and clinics in in impoverished
nations use them to save
lives.
Once in full swing in
Malawi, the pill bottle project
has now ended in favor of a
focus on famine relief. Malawi
is a small, landlocked country
in sub-Sahara Africa and represents some of the nations that
can benefit from the pill bottles. In poor nations, residents
often have to walk for miles
to reach a clinic or hospital. If
they given pills to take home
with them quite often they
have nothing to carry those
pills in except a wad of paper.
Not a good way to carry those
precious medicines. At the
Malawi project website readers are directed to alternative
places that accept pill bottles.
One of those alternative sites

is Matthew 25: Ministries in


Cincinnati, OH. You do need
to remove the labels before
sending them to the ministry.
Matthew 25: Ministries also
accept wheelchairs, walkers,
canes, dressings and other
medical supplies. Through
partner organizations overseas
the m25m supplies medical
goods and the partners distribute the supplies to local
health care facilities. The partner organizations, in turn, let
m25 m know that the goods
havent been diverted for other
uses or for sale. Contact Joodi
Archer, Development and
Media Director, Matthew 25:
Ministries, 11060 Kenwood
Rd., Cincinnati, OH45242 for
more information.
You can also click your
way to doing good by simply
visiting sites online and clicking once a day. There are multiple sites online that accept
clicks including sites that work
for animals, veterans, water
problems, hunger and more.
An easy way to make clicking
for charity a part of your life is
to set aside 10 minutes a day
and click your selected charities. The charity gets a nod
and you get to feel good. At
the website Nice Things to Do,
readers can find a lengthy list
of sites that encourage viewers to click and share. That
address is nicethingstodo.net.
If you like the idea of food
for free than the Food for Free
Project might be right up your
alley. This project can be done
by one person or many. It is

also a community builder as


well. In food for project when
gardeners have excess produce
they set it out by the roadway with a big sign Food is
Free and anyone is welcome
to take some. Communities
from coast to coast participate, setting out tomatoes, avocados, oranges, peppers and
more. Several neighbors can
get together and share their
excess produce among themselves and with strangers too.
You just know zucchinis are
calling your name.
There is also a Food for
Free project that serves a much
greater area than just the neighborhood. This project can be
found online. And their purpose to rescue food that would
have otherwise have gone in
the dumpster and distribute to
the needy. Though they would
be happy to take your help,
please dont confuse this marvelous project with its large
outreach with the marvelous
localized Food is Free project.
One more way to help
is buying fair trade branded
goods and foods. Fair Trade is
a trading partnership that seeks
to ensure more money from
the buyers gets into the hands
of the producers.
,In Fair Trade child labor
and forced labor policies are
followed and helps ensure
children get a chance to be
children and the chance to go
to school.
See EASY, page 14

Pohlman

Bowersock

Ryan

Rager

Denise Rager and sister of Alisha, David,


Daniel, Jesse and Isaac. She plays volleyball and softball for the Knights. She
is also involved in several school activities: FCA, Art Club, Student Council and
FCCLA. Outside of school, she attends

youth group at Lifehouse Church and


spends time with her family and friends.
After high school, she plans to attend
IPFW and major in interior design.
See PEONY, page 14

Warrant issued in
Paulding deaths
Information submitted

PAULDING A warrant was issued today


for the arrest of Bradley R. Gillespie, age 42,
of Defiance for the murders of Hannah Fischer
and Frank Tracy, Jr. Fischer was found deceased
Feb. 9 at 119 W. Perry St., Apt. C, in Paulding.
Tracys body was discovered March 15 in Rochester
Cemetery in Paulding County.
Gillespie is currently in custody at the Corrections
Center of Northwest Ohio (CCNO) on charges out
of Defiance County. It is unknown at this time when
Gillespie will be arraigned in Paulding.
I can tell you investigators have had some
huge breaks in this case over the past few weeks.
Fortunately we had some witnesses come forward
with articulate information. We were able to recover
the weapon used, as well as recover valuable evidence from the Jeep Compass that was recovered on
Feb.9 when Hannahs body was discovered, Sheriff
Jason K. Landers said. The investigation has proven Frank and Hannah were both murdered inside the
vehicle. It took us some time to put all the pieces
together; thats how these complex cases work. Law
enforcement from multiple agencies did a fabulous
job working together.
This case continues to be investigated by the
Paulding Police Department and the Sheriffs
Office. If anyone has information in regards to this
case, please contact the police department or the
sheriffs office.
There is still no evidence which links this case
to the Wilma Schwartz case from March 14. Our
investigations on these two cases indicate they were
isolated incidents, Sheriff Landers said. I am not
going to release any of the facts at this point as to
our investigations, but they are not connected.
No further information will be released at this
time in regards to the Fischer and Tracy investigation, nor the Schwartz investigation, as both cases
continue to be investigated.

Classifieds 10 | Entertainment 11 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-8 |
St. Johns High School will host
a blood drive from 8:15 a.m. to
12:45 p.m on Friday.
Call High School office 419-6925371 or go to redcrossblood.org and
use sponsor code stjhs to schedule
an appointment.

Every third Monday of the month from 9-11 a.m.,


free blood pressure checks, glucose screen, oxygen
checks and weight checks will be offered at at Delphos
Discount Drug.
In June, September and December there will also be a
toenail clinic at the same time - this will only be offered
every quarter.

Geier

Former Delphos
businessman dies
DHI Media Staff Reports
DELPHOS A former Delphos businessman
passed away Tuesday in
Arizona.
Robert Bob Geier, who
owned Geier Aluminum,
was also a member of St.
John the Evangelist Church
and Knights of Columbus
Council 1362.
After his retirement, he
loved spending time at his
home in Arizona.
His two passions in
Arizona were playing shuffleboard and attending vintage car shows.
See full obituary on page
2.

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OBITUARIES
norman Joseph
Doepker Jr.
July 31, 1930-March 22, 2016
OTTAWA Norman
Joseph Doepker, Jr. 85, of
Ottawa died at 9:05 a.m.
Tuesday at his residence. He
was born July 31, 1930 in
Ottawa to Norman Joseph and
Matilda (Nartker) Doepker
Sr., who preceded him in
death. On June 18, 1960, he
married Lois Laudick, who
survives in Ottawa.
Also surviving are eight
children, Mary Ellen (Todd) Quatro of Monroe, Michigan,
John (Maria) Doepker of Kettering, Beth (Barry) von der
Embse of Kalida, Karen (Dave) Brucker of Springfield, Susan
(Joe) Kuhlman of Ottawa, Kathy (Keith) Wischmeyer of Lake
Orion, Michigan, Scot (Frdrique) Doepker of Washington
Township and Anne (Chris) Ryan of Gahanna; 27 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four sisters: Patricia Macke of
Ottawa, Ruth (Donald) Tesmond of Chicago, Marilyn Weber
of Ottawa and Molly Weisgerber of Columbus; a brother-inlaw, Richard (Jeanette) Laudick Jr. of Ottawa; and two sistersin-law, Anita Swary and Joan Doepker both of Ottawa.
He was also preceded in death by three brothers, Donald,
William and Thomas Doepker.
Norm was a 1948 graduate of Sts. Peter and Paul High
School. He was a retired department manager for Sears, Lima.
Norm was a lifelong and very active member of Sts. Peter and
Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, where he was on the Parish
Council and School Endowment Committee. He was a member of the Ottawa Knights of Columbus and was the treasurer
and a volunteer at the Ottawa Food Pantry.
Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 10 a.m. Monday at
Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Fr. Matt Jozefiak officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Visitation will be from 2-8 p.m. on Sunday at Love Funeral
Home, Ottawa where there will be a scripture service at 7:50
p.m.
Memorials may be made to Sts. Peter and Paul School.
Condolences can be sent to lovefuneralhome.com.

see more obituaries on page 3.

robert P. Geier

irene A. Kill

Dec. 23, 1928-March 22, 2016


DELPHOS Robert P.
Geier, 87, of Delphos, passed
away Tuesday at Hospice
of the Valley in Chandler,
Arizona.
His Family. He was born
Dec. 23, 1928, in Delphos
to Paul and Sila (Robinson)
Geier, who preceded him in
death. On Sept. 2, 1950, he
married Claire (White) Geier,
who preceded him in death on
March 1, 1989. On Oct. 23,
1993, he married Mary Lou
(Fischer) Clement-Geier, who
survives in Delphos.
He is also survived by his family, Tom (Deb) Geier and
Mark Geier, both of Delphos, Kathy (Joe) Smithberger of
Canton, Lisa (Dave) Ebbeskotte of Fort Wayne, Mark (Chris)
Clement of Delphos and Kevin KC (Lynette Cardoch)
Clement of Denver, Colorado; daughter-in-law, Rene Geier
of Sidney; grandchildren, Scott (Amy) Geier, Chad (Jen)
Geier, Matt Dodds, Tim Geier, Mike Geier, Andy Geier,
Adam Smithberger, Tara Smithberger, Trey Smithberger,
Jack Smithberger, Justin Ebbeskotte, Dan Ebbeskotte, Megan
Ebbeskotte, Michelle Geier, Heather Geier, Gwen Geier,
Tonya Geier, Brooke (Ryan) Schwieterman and Mike (Mandi)
Clement; 19 great-grandchildren; and a sister-in-law, Rose
Williams of Ottawa.
He was also preceded in death by a son, Tim Geier; a
daughter-in-law, Sharon Geier; in-laws, the Rev. Paul White,
CPPS, Joe and Grace White, Rita White, Jane and Ray Weber
and Dewey Williams.
His Legacy. Bob was owner of Geier Aluminum. He
was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and
the Knights of Columbus Council 1362. After retirement, he
loved spending time at his home in Arizona. His two passions
in Arizona were playing shuffleboard and attending vintage
car shows.
His Farewell Services. Mass of Christian Burial will
begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church, the Rev. Daniel Johnson officiating. Burial will follow
in Resurrection Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 2-8 p.m. on Monday at Weber
Funeral Home, Delphos, where a Knights of Columbus
Service will begin at 7:30 pm., followed by a Parish Wake
Service.
Memorial contributions may be made to Delphos St. Johns
School.
Online condolences may be shared at www.weberfh.net.

Jan. 29, 1915-March 24, 2016


DELPHOS Irene A.
Kill, 101, of Delphos was
reunited with the Lord
on Thursday at Vancrest
Healthcare
Center
of
Delphos.
She was born Jan. 29,
1915, in Putnam County to
George A. and Elizabeth
(Hoffman) Martin, who preceded her in death. She was
united in marriage to Linus
J. Kill on May 27, 1933;
he preceded her in death on
Nov. 24, 1994.
She is survived by three
daughters, Janice Mace of
Van Wert, Patricia (John)
Wellmann of Delphos and
Mary Lou (Ed) Paxton of
Venedocia; one son, Daniel
M. (Robin) Kill of Delphos;
two sisters, Leona (Bill)
Adams of Grover Hill and
Helen Cross of Delphos;
15
grandchildren;
43
great-grandchildren, with
two on the way; one greatgreat-grandchild; and two
sisters-in-laws, Alma Dampf
of California and LaDonna
(Virgil) Birgen of Las Vegas.
She was preceded in death
by one infant son, Joseph
Kill; a son, Jerald A. Kill;
one brother, Albert Martin;
six sisters, Frances Kroeger,
Eleanora
Grothouse,
Catherine Miller, Marie
Etzkorn, Viola Studenka
and Jane Young; son-in-law,
Russell W. Mace; and two
great-grandsons, Chandler
Layton and Aaron McBride.
Irene was a member of
St. John the Baptist Catholic
Church in Landeck and St.
John the Evangelist Catholic
Church in Delphos. She was
a homemaker and a farmers wife. She loved playing

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BIRTHS
st. ritAs
A boy was born March 22
to Chelsee and Juan Delgado
of Delphos.
A boy was born March 24
to Lauren and Alan Trentman
of Dephos.

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bingo, square dancing, gardening and loved to shop,


but truly loved crocheting
many things for her family, especially her grandchildren. Irenes driving force in
life was her faith. Her faith
showed through in all she did
from the 14 years she spent
building her Vancrest family
through to her own family,
especially the faith and dedication she spent on being a
very proud farmers wife.
Mass of Christian burial will begin at 10:30 a.m.
on Monday at St. John the
Baptist Catholic Church in
Landeck, the Rev. George
Mahas officiating. Burial will
follow in the church cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-8
p.m. on Sunday at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home, where
a parish wake will be held at
7:30 p.m.
Memorial contributions
may be made to St. John
the Evangelist Catholic
Church Parish Foundation
in Delphos or St. John the
Baptist Landeck Bell Fund/
church repairs.
To leave condolences
please go to harterandschier.
com.

e. June streeter

Jan. 11, 1925-March 23, 2016


GOMER E. June Streeter,
91, died at 9 a.m. Wednesday at
her home near Gomer.
She was born on Jan. 11,
1925, in Vaughnsville, to Willis
R. and Ruth R. (Anderson)
Dackin, who preceded her in
death.
On Jan. 22, 1950, she married Carl A. Streeter, who died
on Jan. 15, 2012.
Survivors include a son,
David (Becky) Streeter of
Gomer; three daughters, Carol
(Terry) Turner of Goshen, Diane (Vincent) Campbell of Atlanta,
Georgia, and Linda Nichols (Kim DeVita) of Gomer; 11 grandchildren, Stephanie (Darian Thompson) Turner, Todd (Molly
Fogelman) Turner, Kevin (Katie Borovich) Turner, Nate Turner;
Abigail (Ruzbeh Nemat) Tate, Angela Tate, Nick Tate, Tony
(Jarrah Cole) Streeter, Jennifer Nichols, Natasha (JJ Johnson)
DeVita and Crystal DeVita; two great-grandchildren, Aaron Hinds
and Harper Goldschmidt; a brother: Gerald Dackin of Richmond,
Virginia; and a sister-in-law, Nola Streeter of Hillsboro.
She was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Jessica Nichols;
a brother-in-law, Ed Streeter; and a sister-in-law, Marjorie Dackin.
Mrs. Streeter was a 1943 graduate of Columbus Grove High
School. She earned her R.N. degree from Lima Memorial School
of Nursing. June had worked at Lima Memorial Hospital, did
Private duty care in Arizona and she retired from the Columbia
Nursing Home, Lima, all while being a homemaker and a
farmers wife. She was a member of the Gomer Congregational
Church, where she had been Financial Secretary for many years
and a member of the FIDELIS, a ladies organization with the
church.
She enjoyed playing cards, bowling, traveling and attending
school and sporting events of all the grandchildren.
June liked to mow, take care of her garden and flowers, but her
real joy was her family and the times she spent with them.
Services will begin at 1 p.m. on Monday at the Gomer
Congregational Church, with Pastor Brian Knoderer officiating.
Burial will follow in Pike Run Cemetery, Gomer.
Friends may call from 6-8 p.m. today and Sunday at Hartman
Sons Funeral Home, Columbus Grove, and from noon to 1 p.m.
on Monday at the church.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Gomer
Congregational Church.
Online condolences may be expressed at hartmansonsfuneralhome.com.

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OBITUARIES
Louise L. Lozano
May 4, 1926-March 25, 2016
DELPHOS Louise
L. Lozano, 89, of Delphos
passed away on Fridayat
St. Ritas Medical Center in
Lima, surrounded by her loving family.
She was born May 4,
1926, in Ottoville to Charles
and Catherine (Looser) Leis,
who preceded her in death.
On Feb. 19, 1955, she was
united in marriage to Ramiro
Lozano; he preceded her in
death on Dec. 28, 2010.
She is survived by three
sons, Charles Lozano of
Delphos, Tony (Pam) Lozano
of Delphos and Daniel (Diane)
Lozano of Leipsic; one
daughter, Barbara (Dennis)
Hesseling of Delphos; grandchildren, Dustin (Taylor),
Kory (Alyssa) and Reed
Hesseling
and
Kelsey
Lozano; step-grandchildren,
Jackie Hiegel, Tasha Gerken
and Justin Kruse; and sisterin-law, Alice Leis.
She was also preceded
in death by a son, Thomas
Lozano; two brothers, Hubert
and Carl Leis; and a sister,
Mary Catherine (Ambrose)
Koester.

POLICE REPORTS

Jean Ott

Louise was a member of St.


John the Evangelist Catholic
Church and had worked at
Delphos Manufacturing.
Mass of Christian Burial
will begin at 9:30 a.m. on
Tuesday at St. John the
Evangelist Catholic Church,
the Rev. Dennis Walsh officiating. Burial will follow in
Resurrection Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-8
p.m. on Monday at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home, where
a parish wake will be held at
7:30 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Community
Health Professionals.
To leave condolences, visit
harterandschier.com.

Week of March 28-April 1


ST. JOHNS
Monday: No school. Easter Monday.
Tuesday: Chicken patty sandwich,
whole grain bun, mashed potatoes/ gravy,
mixed bar, fresh fruit, milk.
Wednesday:
Chicken sandwich/
whole grain bun, carrots, pineapple, fresh
fruit, milk.
Thursday: Meatball sub/ whole grain
bun, broccoli, peaches, fresh fruit, milk.
Friday: Whole grain pepperoni pizza,
green beans, pears, fresh fruit, milk.
DELPHOS CITY SCHOOLS
Monday: No school. Easter Monday.
Tuesday: BBQ rib or pork, whole
grain bun, baked beans, strawberry cup,
milk
Wednesday: Hamburger patty, whole
grain bun, cheese slice, french fries, juice
cup/fresh fruit, milk.
Thursday: Cheese breadstick, mar-

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Nov. 28, 1923-March 25, 2016


DELPHOS Jean Ott,
92, of Delphos passed
away on Friday at Vancrest
Healthcare
Center
of
Delphos.
She was born November
28, 1923, in Steuben County,
Indiana, to Sam and Mable
(Emerson) Greeno, who
preceded her in death. She
was united in marriage to
Chester Ott, who preceded
her in death in 1999.
She is survived by a son,
Walter (Arleen) Ott of Jacksonville, Florida; son-in-law,
Stephen Seffernick of Delphos; daughter-in-law, Jeanne
Ott of Fort Wayne; four grandchildren, Tracy Bontempo,
John Ott, Mark (Tina) Seffernick and David (Ruby)
Seffernick; one great-granddaughter, Courtney Duer; one
great-greatgrandson, John Boyd; and a special canine
friend, Kandy.
She was also preceded in death by a son, Steven Ott;
daughter, Linda Seffernick; and a great-grandson, Robbie
Seffernick.
Jean was a homemaker and she loved reading and
walking, but most of all she loved spending time with her
family.
Funeral services will begin at 5 p.m. on Tuesday at
Harter and Schier Funeral Home, the Rev. David Howell
officiating. Burial will be at a later date.
Friends may call from 2 p.m. until the time of the service on Tuesday at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Vancrest
Healthcare Center of Delphos.

inara sauce, 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: No school. Easter Monday.
Tuesday: Grilled chicken sandwich,
broccoli, cheese slice, shape up, fruit.
Wednesday: Ham and cheese wrap,
cheesy rice, mixed vegetables, fruit.
Thursday: Fiestata, carrots, cake,
fruit.
Friday: Menu not available.
OTTOVILLE
Monday: No school. Easter Monday.
Tuesday: Rotini, garlic bread, green

beans, peaches, milk.


Wednesday: Tacos with cheese/ lettuce/ tomato, refried beans, corn, applesauce, milk.
Thursday: Shredded chicken sandwich, broccoli with cheese sauce, pineapple, milk.
Friday: Hamburger with Romaine
blend lettuce/ cheese/ tomato, French
fries, Mandarin oranges, milk.
SPENCERVILLE
Monday: No school. Easter Monday.
Tuesday: Nachos with meat and
cheese, salsa and sour cream, Mexican
beans and cheese, applesauce, milk.
Wednesday: Cavatini, salad with carrots, garlic bread, peaches, milk.
Thursday: Popcorn chicken, cheesy
mashed potatoes, fresh broccoli and dip,
sweet roll, pineapple, milk.
Friday: Menu not available.

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DELPHOS On March
18, officers were sent to the
1600 block of Gressel Drive
to investigate a possible theft
from a business. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the
complainant and found that a
previous employee had taken
items from the business. The
incident remains under investigation to determine if this
incident is in fact a Theft or a
Civil issue.
On March 18, officers
were dispatched to the 200
block of West Clime Street in
reference to a burglary complaint. Officers met with the
complainant at his residence
and found that an ex-roommate/family member had
moved out and took some
items belonging to the complainant. Officers advised the
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In Loving Memory of

RICHARD DICK
BARNES

It will be 22 years
Monday and never
does a day slip by when
you arent close to
my heart! We will be
together one sweet day!
I miss you
& Love you forever Blue Eyes

Happy 2nd Birthday


in Heaven

MARK
HAMILTON
04-06-63 to 03-20-14

Two years have passed since that sad day,


When the one we loved was called away.
You couldnt say Im leaving, you couldnt say Goodbye.
You were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why.
A thousand times weve needed you, a thousand times weve cried.
And though we cannot see you, you are always by our side.

Always Loved, Never Forgotten


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Wednesday, officers were
made aware of an active
warrant out of the Lima
Police Department on
Brooks for an assault.
Officers located Brooks and
took him into custody. He
was later turned over to an
officer of the Lima Police
Department.
On March 20, officers responded to the 300
block of West First Street
to investigate a criminal
damaging incident. Officers
spoke with the homeowner
and found that an unknown
subject or subjects had broken a window in his garage.
No entry was made into the
garage.
On
Monday,
officers spoke with a female
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to unauthorized charges
on her credit card. The
female told officers that
charges totaling more than
one thousand dollars were
made on the card at three
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EVENTS

TODAY
9-11 a.m. Delphos
Project Recycle at Delphos
Fuel and Wash.
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.
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. The Delphos
Canal Commission Museum,
241 N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. Bingo at St.
Johns Little Theatre.
SUNDAY
HAPPY EASTER!
MONDAY
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ottoville
Branch Library is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at
Delphos Senior Citizen Center,
301 Suthoff St.
6:30 p.m. Shelter from
the Storm support group meets
in the Delphos Public Library
basement.
7 p.m. Ottoville village
council meets at the municipal
building.
Marion Township Trustees
meet at the township house.
7:30 p.m. Delphos
Eagles Aerie 471 meets at the
Eagles Lodge.
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.
7:30 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous, First Presbyterian
Church, 310 W. Second St.
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.

From the Thrift Shop


BY MARGIE ROSTORFER
Gardeners are chomping at the bit to get
things in the ground. It might be Easter, but
its a little early that ground is pretty cold
yet. The farmers are getting machinery oiled
up and ready to go, and some readers have
even mowed lawn already. Hooray for Spring!
Garage sale season is also gearing
up. That means several things: remember that you can
donate unsold items
to the Thrift Shop;
remember that you
must remove your
price tags; remember to bubble wrap
any
breakables;
remember that if the
ROSTORFER
drop-off window is
full, you cannot leave
any boxes or bags on
the sidewalk whereby the items will become
subject to the weather; and furthermore, its
against the law to block the walks. Feel free
to call 419-692-2942 to make arrangements
for a drop-off time we can even help you
unload! Remember the Thrift Shop cannot
take furniture, microwaves or televisions.
We are so very glad for your donations of
gently used items. It is through your generosity that we can continue our mission to help
those in need so remember us when you gear
up to tackle the spring cleaning jobs. Dont
throw it out somebody will be tickled that
they could find just what they were looking
for here at the shop.
Something we are always in need of is
large shopping bags. Its unbelievable how
many we go through but thats a good problem to have, since it means weve got lots of
buyers.

Our shoppers come from all around, and


one thing they all remark about is how clean
and bright our store is. They say it makes
shopping such a pleasure, and that makes us
proud. They also love the helpful, cheerful
personnel and the great customer service they
provide
As you gear up for the Easter holiday,
remember that Jesus died so that we may live.
Weve gained hope, love, peace, freedom,
power and a life of opportunity because of
His ultimate sacrifice. He gladly gave us those
presents and wants us to use them; and the
best way to know that Jesus is present in our
lives is to always bring Him with you!
Have a blessed Easter holiday!

March 27
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Judy Myers
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Kennedy Jackson
James D. Rode
March 28
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Nevaeh Truman
March 29
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Mary Kay Schroeder
Michelle Dellinger
Alissa Sterling
Drew Baldauf
Ken Rode

March 30
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Nick Wilson
Donna Walcott
Tim Pulford
Mitch Parsons
Mike Parsons Jr.
Charles Davey
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AREA CHURCH DIRECTORY


3/3/16 3:10 PM

TRINITY UNITED
SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
107 Broadway St., Spencerville
METHODIST CHURCH
Pastor Charles Muter
211 E Third St, Delphos
FIRST UNITED
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
Sunday: 8:15 am Worship
PRESBYTERIAN
Sunday: Morning Services Service; 9:15 am
Sunday
310 W. Second St.
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.
419-692-5737
Worship Service; 11:30 a.m.
Sunday: 11:00 Worship Radio Worship on WDOH
TRINITY UNITED METHODIST
Service - Everyone Welcome
Corner of 4th & Main,
Spencerville
ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH
FIRST ASSEMBLY
Phone 419-647-5321
331 E. Second St., Delphos
OF GOD
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
419-695-4050
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
Sunday
8:30
a.m.
Eucharist

Lords
Day
419-692-6741
Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Observance;
Saturday
4:30
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30 Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Worship Service
a.m.; Weekdays as announced Ignite Contemporary Service
on Sunday bulletin.
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
ST. PETER LUTHERAN
MINISTRIES
CHURCH
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
9250 Armstrong Road,
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
CHURCH - Landeck
Spencerville
Phone 419-695-2616
Phone: 419-692-0636
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Administrative aide:
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service.
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Worship service.
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
PEnCErVillE
CHURCH
lida omEr
935 S. Bredeick St., Delphos
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
Phone 419-695-1723
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday 102 Wisher Drive, Spencerville
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
CHURCH
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
Sunday Worship.
2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida
Phone: 339-3339
SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
MARION BAPTIST
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
OF THE NAZARENE
CHURCH
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
317 West North St.
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
Morning Service
419-296-2561
419-339-6319
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
Services: Sunday - 11:00
GOMER
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
7350 Gomer Road, Gomer
ST. PATRICkS CHURCH
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
419-642-2681
500
S.
Canal,
Spencerville
UNION
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship
419-647-6202
470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
10:30 Sunday service.
PIkE MENNONITE CHURCH
Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,
3995 McBride Rd., Elida
ST. PAULS UNITED
Phone 419-339-3961
IMMANUEL UNITED
METHODIST
METHODIST CHURCH
335 S. Main St. Delphos
ZION UNITED
699 Sunnydale, Elida, Ohio
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
METHODIST CHURCH
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
Service.
Corner of Zion Church &
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditional;
Conant Rd., Elida
10:45 a.m. contemporary

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NEW HOPE
CHRISTIAN CENTER
2240 Baty Road, Elida
Ph. 339-5673
Sunday 10 a.m. Worship.
LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD
Elida - Ph. 222-8054
Service schedule: Sunday
10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning
Worship
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
4750 East Road, Elida
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship,
nursery available.

Van WErt County


BREAkTHROUGH
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Sunday Church Service - 10
a.m, 6 p.m.
CALVARY EVANGELICAL CHURCH
10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd.
Van Wert - 419-238-9426
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
Church Phone: 419-667-4142
Sunday - 10:45 a.m. - Sunday
school.
VAN WERT VICTORY
CHURCH OF GOD
10698 US 127S., Van Wert
Sunday worship & childrens
ministry - 10:00 a.m.

GRACE FAMILY CHURCH


634 N. Washington St.,
Van Wert

Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning


worship with Pulpit Supply.

MIDDLE POINT UNITED


METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.
TRINITY LUTHERAN
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
service.
kINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
Phone: 419-965-2771
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
CHURCH
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.

MANDALE CHURCH OF
CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
TRINITY FRIENDS
CHURCH
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
Sunday - Worship services
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
13887 Jennings Rd., , Van Wert
Ph. 419-238-0333
Childrens Storyline:
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Family Worship Hour
PENTECOSTAL WAY
CHURCH
1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
Phone (419) 238-5813
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
until 11:30 a.m.

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Delphos, Ohio 45833
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Putnam County
FAITH MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Road U, Rushmore
Pastor Robert Morrison
Sunday 10 am Church
School; 11:00 Church Service;
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ottoville
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
kalida
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
a.m. Masses.
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
160 Main St.,
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Mass schedule: Saturday
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
CHURCH OF GOD
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
419-642-5264
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Service.
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
CATHOLIC CHURCH
512 W. Sycamore St.,
Columbus Grove
Office 419-659-2263
Masses: Saturday - 4:30 p.m.;
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. and 11:00
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH
CATHOLIC CHURCH
135 N. Water St., Ft. Jennings
Phone: 419-286-2132
Mass schedule: Saturday 5
p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m. and
9:30 a.m.

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Saturday, March 26, 2016

The Herald 5

Country

Time enough: Signs of spring


and a new baby Lovina!

BY LOVINA EICHER
Our time changed to what
we call fast time on Sunday.
I do not like the changing of
clocks back and forth. I wish
it would stay one way or the
other.
My husband Joe tilled one
of our gardens on Saturday.
He is getting spring fever and
is eager to get some potatoes
planted. I on the other hand
think we have enough time
yet. Joe and sons Benjamin,
16, Joseph, 13, and Kevin,
10, have the yard raked and
its ready to be rolled. We
had a big truck get stuck in
our yard. He thought he could
drive through it and it was
already too soft so it needs
some straightening out.
I noticed the dandelion
greens are peeping through
enough where I think I can get
enough for a dandelion salad.
We like to put this salad on
top of steamed potatoes with
bacon or fresh ham. Not all
of our children will eat dandelion greens. Rhubarbs are
peeping throughall signs of
spring around us.
Mose (daughter Susans
friend) has pulled the taps
from the maple trees. Maple
syrup cooking is now over
with for another year. The
maple syrup has a really good
flavor this year. I tried eating
it on ice cream for the first
time. They were telling me
how good it is and I just
didnt think it would be that
good. I really did like it.
Saturday morning I had
a voicemail from nephew
Joe Coblentz. This is brother
Alberts son. He wanted to let
me know that he and Amanda
had their third child Friday
evening, a little girl they
named Lovina! So now their
daughter has the same name
as I did until I married Joe:
Lovina Coblentz. Nephew
Joe laughed and said, Now
its going to cost you. It
looks like I better get sew-

ing and make something special for this sweet little baby
that shares my name. Joe and
Amanda have three children
A tasty spring salad using
now: Susannah, Harley, and what many of us consider
baby Lovina.
weedsthe ever present danTuesday the women from delion. (Submitted photo)
several church districts gathered at an Amish familys really happy at the results at
home to quilt on two quilts his last doctor visit. Kevin is
that will be donated to the not so happy about it. He did
Community Health Center not have a good morning. The
benefit auction. Everyone braces slow him down and he
packed their lunch. I love just gets all frustrated about it.
Ill share my recipe for
quilting so its always enjoyable to me. We all stopped dandelion sour cream salad
to eat our lunch together, and this week.
Gods blessings!
then continued quilting.
There are ten church disDandelion Sour
tricts in our community so
Cream
Salad
every district is scheduled to
1/2 cup mayonnaise
quilt a certain day. When we
1 cup apple cider vinegar
got there the quilts werent
2 1/2 cups whole milk
started yet. Both quilts had a
salt
very nice pattern but Im not
4 hard-boiled eggs, diced
sure what the one was called.
4 cups packed young danOne of them was a diamond
delion greens
pattern. The one I quilted had
Combine the mayonnaise,
feathers around the edge. We vinegar, milk, and salt to taste
were all glad to get the feath- in a quart jar. Shake until
ers quilted and move on to smooth. Put the eggs, and
some faster stitching further dandelion greens in a large
in on the quilt.
bowl and pour the sour cream
Yesterday I spent part of mixture over them.
the day in a town about oneLovina Eicher is an Old
half hour from here by car.
A friend took Kevin and I. Order Amish writer, cook, wife
Kevins leg braces had to be and mother of eight. Formerly
adjusted and he hadnt been writing as The Amish Cook,
able to wear them. He wore Eicher inherited that column
them to school today and from her mother, Elizabeth
hopefully they wont bother Coblentz, who wrote from 1991
him. I told him if they both- to 2002. Readers can contact
er him to take them off. Its Eicher at PO Box 1689, South
always hard to get a new pair Holland, IL 60473 (please
worn in. He doesnt like wear- include a self-addressed
ing them at all but the doctors stamped envelope for a reply)
really think we might be able or at LovinasAmishKitchen@
to prevent surgery. They were MennoMedia.org.

Wheat topdressing
James Hoorman
Ag Educator
OSU-Extension
Putnam County
PUTNAM
COUNTY
The Putnam County
Beef Producers are presenting Growing Systems to
Maximize Lean Growth, Feed
Efficiency and Profitability
on Monday, 6:30 p.m. at the
Extension office. The Dairy
Banquet will be held on
Tuesday, starting at 7:15 p.m.
at the Kalida K of C Hall. Cost
is $10/person.
Wheat is turning green;
three weeks earlier than the
past two years but closer to
normal. Green-up stage in
wheat is when the new growth
of spring has covered the
dead tissue from winter giving the field a solid green
color thus, growing plants.
Greening wheat will eventually need nitrogen fertilizer to
grow properly and to produce
optimal yields. When is the
best time to topdress wheat
with nitrogen? is a common
question followed by When
does the crop need nitrogen?
Wheat does not require large
amounts of nitrogen until stem
elongation or jointing,
Jointing is the word farmers use to describe a node, an
area on the stem that looks
swollen and darker green than
the rest of the stem. Leaves
and other organs develop from
nodes. The first visible node is
an indicator that the growing
point has been pushed above
the soil surface. Eventually
four nodes with a leaf will
appear on the elongating stem.
The growing point with the
future grain tissue will be
above the highest node.
Agronomists use the Feekes
scale to record the growth
and development of wheat. A
wheat plant has reached Feekes
Growth Stage 6 rather than
jointing when the first node is
visible above the ground. The
first node generally becomes
visible the end of April for
northwestern Ohio but may
be several weeks earlier this
year. OSU research has shown
no yield benefit from nitrogen
applications made prior to jointing. Soil organic matter and/

or nitrogen applied at planting


generally provides sufficient
nitrogen for early growth.
Nitrogen applied prior to
jointing has the potential to
be lost and unavailable for the
crop. Nitrogen source will also
affect the potential for loss.
Urea-ammonium nitrate (28%
nitrogen solution) has the greatest potential for loss, ammonium sulfate the least, and urea
would be somewhere between
the two other sources. Farmers
do not want to lose their nitrogen investment or contribute to
the nutrient load of Lake Erie,
so application time is important. OSU research has shown
that yield losses may occur
from nitrogen applied prior to
green-up regardless of the nitrogen source.
The level of loss depends
on the year (losses would be
smaller if the ground is not
frozen or snow/ice covered).
The research did not observe
any yield increase from applications made prior to green-up
for any of the three years of
the study compared to greenup or Feekes Growth Stage 6
applications. Wet weather may
prevent application of nitrogen at jointing. OSU research
has shown a yield decrease
may occur when nitrogen
application is delayed until
the early boot stage, when the
wheat grain head just begins
to emerge from the stem. A
practical compromise is to
topdress nitrogen any time
fields are suitable for application after green-up to jointing.
There is a potential for loss
even at green-up applications,

so a producer may want to use


a nitrogen source that has a
lower potential for loss such
as urea or ammonium sulfate.
ESN, a polymer-coated
urea, would be another option
but it needs to be blended with
urea or ammonium sulfate to
insure enough nitrogen will be
released for the crop during
the critical uptake stages. This
product is less prone to nitrogen loss from leaching out
of the root zone or ammonia
volatilization, but it is more
expensive. The source of nitrogen becomes less important as
the application date approaches jointing. The percentage of
urea and/or ammonium sulfate
would need to be increased
with ESN for application times
closer to this time.
Farmers may split apply
spring nitrogen to reduce
the risk of nitrogen loss and
improve nitrogen efficiency.
OSU research has not shown a
yield increase from this practice and the two applications
would increase input costs. In
a split system, the first application should be applied no
sooner than green-up. A smaller rate should be applied with
the first application since little
is needed by the crop at that
time and the larger rate applied
closer to jointing. Farmers will
be watching their wheat closely this spring; the warmer temperatures may cause jointing
to occur several weeks earlier
than normal. Farmers will be
actively topdressing nitrogen
on wheat the next several
weeks. Written by Ed Lentz
and revised by Jim Hoorman.

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Information submitted
REYNOLDSBURG The Ohio
Department of Agriculture (ODA) is accepting nominations to honor Ohio farm families
who are leaders in conservation for the 2016
Conservation Farm Family Awards.
Many Ohio farmers are committed to
conservation, and we want to honor them for
efforts they have made to protect Ohios natural resources, said ODA Director David T.
Daniels. With these awards, ODA is able to
recognize farmers who have taken extra steps
toward protecting the land using conservation
practices they have implemented on their own
farms.
The Conservation Farm Family Award
program has recognized Ohio farm families
since 1984 for their efforts in managing
natural and human resources while meeting both production and conservation goals.
Individual farmers, partnerships or family
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income is derived from farming. The judging
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in applying conservation measures and the


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with others.
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annual Farm Science Review in September.
They will also receive a $400 award, courtesy of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, and
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Nomination forms can be obtained from
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The awards program is sponsored by the
ODA Division of Soil and Water Conservation,
Ohio Farmer magazine, Ohio Farm Bureau
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Sports

Elida Spring Sports 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Elida Spring
Sports Previews
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com
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The Elida girls track and field team has, front from left, Tori Bowen, Xzation Woods, Bailee Kuhn, Aly Turrentine,
Hannah Malone and Keely Kipp; second row, Shanelle Johnson, Tatiyana Hines, Kyleigh Gay, Mallory Etzler, Taylor
Kesler, Isabelle Hartman and Jancy Jenkins; third row, Jacqueline Nichols, Aubrey Etzler, Angelina Wright, Jiezel
Purugganan, Dakota Roberts, Nakenna Shurelds, Jessica Siefker and Sarah Hawkins; and back, Rayven Rowe, Anyjah
Ward, Faith White, Jasmine Pinn, Amiah Jones, Grace Earl, Baylie Moening, Cienna Kuhn and Mary Lowe. Absent is
Megan Tracy. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)

The Elida varsity baseball team for 2016 has, front from left, head coach Todd Grapner, Cade Parker, Dylan Holcomb,
Ryan Cook, TJ Whipple, Austin Morrison, Scott McDonnell, Noah Adcock and assistant coach Randy Prince; and
back, assistant coach Corey Finch, Derek Snider, Brady Gibson, Cody Gay, Tristan Edwards, Logan Alexander, Owen
Anderson, Josh Bull and Riley Bartels. (Photo Submitted)

The Elida boys track and field (above) unit for 2016 has, front from left, William Jackson Marcus Whitt, Gaerid
Littler, Eric Anthony and Tyler Kanitz; row two, Sam Quaintance, Daulton Buetner, Chris Trevino, DeAngelo Woods
and Baylen Stinson; row three, Andrew Purtee, Gavin Peare, Xavier Gilkey, Cole Harmon, Evian Torres, Josh Quintero
and Jacob ONeill; row four, Tyler Dancs, Seth Bailey, Tyler Pugh, Noah Paris, Donnie Gipson, Connor Wagner and
Ethan VanSickle; fifth row, Jon Stotts, Cameron Fetter, Dravyn Jones, Lawrence Sligh, Calvin Brown, Charles Brown
and Devin Baker; row six, Nickolis Lukjancuks, Dontae Lumpkin, Tyson Williamson, Titus Smith, Jayden Pullen,
Drew Dulebohn, Clayton McDorman and Jacob Michael; and row seven, Marcus Butler, Nazareus Wright and William
Mitchell. Absent are Noah Dry, Jordan Rothermel, Brian Upshaw, KeJuan Frazier, Matt Hesseling, Aidan Kruse,
Cameron Linton, Gabe Makin, Malik Morris, Austin Selvaggio, Jarron Little, Austin Phillips and Corbin Fingerle. (DHI
Media/Jim Metcalfe).
The 2016 Elida fast-pitch
softball varsity team
(left) has, front row from
left, Cheyanne Elsea,
Michaela Black and
Skylar Hurst; and standing, Jordan Brocklehurst,
Lauren Kesler, Katelynn
Sumption, Lydia Burnett
and Kelsey Goodman.
Absent
are
Maddie
Murphy and Lauren
Alexander. (DHI Media/
Jim Metcalfe)

BASEBALL
ELIDA Todd Grapner begins his fifth year at the helm of the Elida
varsity baseball program with a 34-70 mark.
He hopes to improve upon last springs 8-16 record with six returning
starters and one more letterman.
Leading the Bulldog returning starters are seniors in second-team
all-Western Buckeye League performer Austin Morrison (senior, outfield/
pitcher), Josh Bull (infield/outfield/pitcher), Logan Alexander (catcher/
pitcher) and infielder Derek Snider, junior Owen Anderson (outfield/
pitcher) and sophomore infielder/pitcher Cade Parker.
Senior Dylan Holcomb (infield/pitcher) also brings experience nd is
projected to step into the starting lineup.
Gone from a season ago are Adam Purdy, Travis Watkins, Jared
Blymyer and Garrett Brinkman.
There is a handful-plus of promising newcomers: senior infielder
Tristan Edwards, juniors Ryan Cook (infield/outfield/pitcher), infielder
Scott McDonnell and catcher Brady Gibson, sophomore Riley Bartels
(outfield/pitcher) and freshmen TJ Whipple (infield/pitcher) and Noah
Adcock (infield).
The final member of the roster has sophomore Cody Gay (outfielder/
catcher).
One thing we have is good depth. Another is outfield experience and
we also have good team speed, Grapner assessed. We have two glaring
weaknesses: inexperience in the infield and depth of the pitching staff.
We return six starters but only three pitchers with varsity experience.
Pitching, the ability to make plays defensively and using our speed offensively will be vital to our success this season. Our young guys are going
to need to step into starting roles and produce right away. Our pitching
staff has to do a better job of throwing strikes and giving our defense a
chance to make plays.
Assisting Grapner in coaching duties are Randy Prince and Corey
Finch.
As always, the Western Buckeye League will be extremely competitive, Grapner added. We will have to play our best night in and night
out to finish in the top half of the league. Look for Defiance, Van Wert and
Celina to finish at the top of the league.
===========
FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL
ELIDA Lou Seddlemeyer has coached fast-pitch softball before,
compiling a 176-69 record in 12 years.
That made him a good choice to replace Mike Eilerman as the head
coach at Elida after the latter stepped down after six seasons.
Five starters return for the Lady Bulldogs: 2-time first-team all-Western Buckeye League senior pitcher Michaela Black, senior Skylar Hurst
(third baseman) and juniors Katelynn Sumption (first baseman), outfielder
Lydia Burnett and second sacker Kelsey Goodman.
There were several departures from last seasons Lady Dawgs: 4-year
player and 2-time all-WBL performer Sabrina Kline (shortstop), 4-year
player Taylor Thompson (outfielder), catcher Jenna Halpern, Cathy Jenks
(3 years; outfielder/first baseman), second-team all-WBL Kylee Makin
and Abby Fromm (infielder/outfielder).
We return good pitching and we have outstanding team chemistry and
work ethics. We are inexperienced in many positions, Seddlemeyer said.
Promising newcomers expected to step into the starting lineup or provide depth off the bench are senior catcher Cheyanne Elsea, juniors outfielder/pitcher Maddie Murphy, outfielder Lauren Alexander and outfielder/catcher Jordan Brocklehurst and sophomore shortstop Lauren Kesler.
==========
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
ELIDA F. Kevin Bowers has put in many years as a coach at
various levels and in varsity sports in the Elida school system.
He begins his 17th year at the helm of the boys track and field program
and brings 18 lettermen back from a season ago.
He is trying to instill messages for his boys to take not only into sports
but into life.
The Strength Of The Pack Is In The DAW; The Strength Of The
DAWG Is In The PACK!, he explained. Your Body Can Stand Almost
Anything; Its Your Mind That You Have to Convince!
Leading the way in trying to live those mottoes out are returning State
Placers in senior Gaerid Littler, senior Brian Upshaw and junior Sam
Quaintance, all part of a 6th-place 4x400-meter relay.
Also back are seniors Eric Anthony, Noah Dry and Marcus Whitt;
juniors Matt Hesseling, Aidan Kruse, Cameron Linton, Gabe Makin,
Malik Morris, Austin Selvaggio, Baylen Stinson and DeAngelo Woods;
and sophomores Xavier Gilkey, Cole Harmon, Noah Paris and Evian
Torres.
Lost to graduation was last seasons Most Valuable performer and
4-year letterman Clark Etzler (2-time State Placer in the 4x4 relay in 2013
and 2015/ 3-time school record-holder).
Looking to step in are promising newcomers in junior Daulton Buetner
and freshmen Corbin Fingerle and Jon Stotts.
Our overall assessment of this season is to finish top five in the
Western Buckeye League, advance several to the District, Regional and
State Meet and place.
We want to compete in all the meets that we attend and do our very
best and keep improving daily. I tell them to make every step count, be
the best that they can be.
The rest of the deep roster has seniors Tyler Kanitz and Jordan
Rothermel; juniors KeJuan Frazier and Chris Trevino; sophomores
Seth Bailey, Calvin Brown, Tyler Dancs, Donnie Gipson, Jarron Little,
Jacob ONeill, Gavin Peare, Austin Phillips, Tyler Pugh, Andrew Purtee,
Josh Quintero and Ethan VanSickle; and freshmen Devin Baker, Charles
Brown, Marcus Butler, Drew Dulebohn, Cameron Fetter, Dravyn Jones,
Nickolis Lukjancuks, Dontae Lumpkin, Jacob Michael, William Mitchell,
Jayden Pullen, Lawrence Sligh, Titus Smith, Connor Wagner, Tyson
Williamson, Nazareus Wright, Clayton McDorman and William Jackson.
===========
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
ELIDA Long-time junior high coach Melissa Schultz had headed
up the Elida girls track and field program for the last three of seasons.
She chose to step down in the off-season.
In steps new coach Andy Etzkorn.
He brings back 10 letterwinners for his first season for the Lady
Bulldogs.
One of the more decorated veterans is senior pole vaulter Tori Bowen
(sprints), who finished fourth in the State Division II event in 2015 and
12th in 2014.
Also back are seniors Keely Kipp (sprints), Aly Turrentine (distance), Bailee Kuhn (shot put/discus), Hannah Malone (sprints/hurdles),
Megan Tracy (sprints) and XZation Woods (shot/disc); and sophomores
Jacqueline Nichols (sprints/hurdles), Aubrey Etzler (sprints) and Dakota
Roberts (sprints/high jump).
Promising newcomers include sophomore Jessica Siefker (sprints/
hurdles/high jump) and freshmen Grace Earl (pole vault/distance), Sarah
Hawkins (sprints), Jency Jenkins (sprints), Baylie Moening (sprints/hurdles) and Jasmine Pinn (sprints).
Gone due to graduation are Brett Pauff and Aubrey Williams.
We hope to be a well-rounded team with competitive athletes in all
sprints, distances and field events. Our goal is to work hard enough to get
the most out of our abilities, Etzkorn said. We are hosting the Western
Buckeye League meet and wed like to have a good showing for our community with our effort, sportsmanship and results.
The remaining roster has juniors Mallory Etzler (shot/disc), Kyleigh
Gay (sprints), Tatiyana Hines (sprints), Shanelle Johnson (sprints) and
Taylor Kesler (distance/long jump); sophomores Kate Foster (sprints),
Isabelle Hartman (shot/disc), Jiezel Purugganan (sprints), Makenna
Shurelds (shot/disc) and Angelena Wright (sprints); and freshmen Amiah
Jones (sprints/high jump), Cienna Kuhn (pole vault), Mary Lowe
(sprints), Rayven Rowe (sprints/high jump/shot), Anyjah Ward (sprints)
and Faith White (sprints).
=========
BOYS TENNIS
ELIDA Jason Selhorst is the new head coach of the boys tennis
program at Elida High School.
He has his work cut out for him after last springs 3-14 season.
However, six returning starters should help ease the transition.
They include seniors Noah Kendall, Ian Klaus and Alex Yonut, junior
Andrew Line ,junior Drew Sarno and sophomore Sebastian Kunkleman.
The seventh starter is expected to come from promising newcomers
senior Tony Savage and sophomore Jared Ramirez.
With six returning lettermen, we are more experienced this year and
are looking to make great strides from last season, Selhorst observed.
Our strengths are our seniors who are providing leadership and stability
to the program. We hope to be competitive in every match this year with
our ultimate goal of winning a Western Buckeye League championship
and advancing players as far as possible in the State tournament.
The rest of the varsity roster, as well as possible JV players, has senior
Dalton Reichert, sophomores Koby Smith, Kobe Christoff, Evan Yonut
and Nathon Smith and freshman Dylan Kendall.

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The Americans HD
People v. O.J. HD
(7:30) World War Z (13, PG-13) aaa Brad Pitt.
Hunters
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD Hunters
American Pickers HD
Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Join Die
Pawn Stars American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
Little Women: LA (N)
L. Women L. Women L. Women L. Women Little Women: LA HD
Little Women: LA HD
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
MTV Suspect (N) HD
Friends
Friends
Friends
Splitting Adam (15) HD Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (11, PG-13) Johnny Depp.
The Incredible Hulk (08, PG-13) Edward Norton.
Face Off (TVPG) (N) HD
Internet
Internet
Face Off: Skull Island (TVPG) HD
Scorpion K
Face Off (TVPG) HD
Broke Girls Conan HD
Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (TV14) (N) HD
(:15) The Sniper (52, NR) aaa Adolphe Menjou.
Pennies from Heaven (36, NR) aa The Artist (11, PG-13) aaac HD
My 600-lb Life Where Are They Now? (N) HD
(:02) My 600-lb Life Where Are They Now? HD
My 600-lb Life (N) HD
Castle: Buy Retail HD
CSI: NY (TV14) HD
Castle: Hedge Fund
Castle: Hath No Fury
Castle: Chill Goes HD
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Expedition Unknown
Queens
Queens
Queens
Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Lopez (N) Soul Man Gaffigan
NCIS: Shooter HD
NCIS: The Admiral
Modern
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NCIS: Los Angeles HD
NCIS (TVPG) HD
50 First Dates (04, PG-13) aaa Adam Sandler.
The Longest Yard (05)
Family Therapy (N) HD Family Therapy HD
Underground (N) HD
Underground: Firefly Outsiders: Day Most
(7:00) Backdraft (91, R) aaa Kurt Russell. HD
Girls HD
Vinyl: The King and I
San Andreas (15, PG-13) aaa Dwayne Johnson.
The Longest Ride (15) VICE HD
Horrible Bosses 2 (14, R) Jason Bateman. HD
Banshee (TVMA) HD
Banshee
X-Men HD
The Drop (14, R) HD
Spring Broke (16, NR) HD
Pulp Fiction (94, R) John Travolta.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (14, R) aaa HD

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Damien (TVMA) (N) HD
Bates Motel: Lights
The First 48 (TV14) HD
Better Call Saul HD
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The Rock (96, R) HD
The Rock (96, R) HD
Tanked: Jeff Dunham
Tanked: Fluffy Tank
Tanked: Jeff Dunham
Tanked: Fluffy Tank
(:02) Insane Pools HD
Martin
Martin
Martin
Wendy HD
Served HD Crossover (06, PG-13) c Anthony Mackie, Wesley Jonathan.
Vanderpump Rule (N)
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Housewives (TV14)
Vanderpump Rules
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Skull Challenge HD
Skull Challenge HD
Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Skull Challenge HD
Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Newsroom (N) HD
Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 CNN Tonight (N)
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Street Outlaws HD
Misfit Garage HD
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Stuck HD Liv HD
Undercover Best HD
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Jessie HD Jessie HD
How to Build a Better Boy (14) HD
I Am Cait: The Great
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2016 NCAA Womens Basketball Tournament
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The 700 Club (TV G)
Bruce Almighty (03) HD
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Just Go With It (11, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler. HD
Just Go With It (11, PG-13) aac Adam Sandler. HD
Tiny House Tiny House Hunters
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Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House Tiny House
Listed Sisters (N) HD
Swamp People (N) HD
Billion Dollar Wreck (N) Billion Dollar Wreck HD (:01) Swamp Blood HD
Swamp Blood (N) HD
Little Women: LA HD
Walk the Line (05) HD
Walk the Line (05, PG-13) aaac Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon. HD
Teen Mom 2 (N) HD
Teen Mom True Life HD
True Life
Ridiculous Ridiculous Teen Mom 2 HD
One Crazy School
Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Cops HD
Jail
Jail HD
Cops HD
Internet
Internet
Bitten (N)
The Magicians HD
(6:00) Chronicles (05) The Magicians (N) HD
Family Guy Family Guy Bee HD
Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Tribeca
Conan HD
Family Guy Dad (N) HD Tribeca
(:45) F for Fake (75, PG) aaa Orson Welles. HD
Scarlet Street (46, NR) aaa
The Art of Love (65, NR) aa
Long Lost Family HD
Long Lost Family HD
Long Lost Family HD
Long Lost Family HD
Long Lost Family HD
Red 2 (13, PG-13) aaa Bruce Willis, John Malkovich. HD
Wanted (08, R) James McAvoy. HD
Red (10, PG-13) 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
Chrisley
Chrisley
3 Days to Kill (14) HD
WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) HD
Michelle
Hit the Floor (N) HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Michelle
Michelle
Love & Hip Hop (N) HD Michelle
(:05) Underground HD (:05) Underground HD (:05) Black Hawk Down (02, R) Josh Hartnett. HD
Underground HD
Magic Mike XXL (15, R) aac Channing Tatum.
Vinyl HD
(6:40) Unbroken (14) HD Only the Dead See War (15) HD
Banshee (TVMA) HD
Banshee
Banshee
Dawn of Planet (14) HD (:20) Barb Wire (96, R) a Pamela Anderson. HD
Billions: Quality Life
Shameless (TVMA) HD
Billions: Quality Life
The Circus Scream 3
Shameless (TVMA) HD

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Intervention (N) HD
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The Walking Dead (N)
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Fear the Walking Dead Comic Book Dead HD
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(:02) River Monsters HD (:05) River Monsters HD (:06) River Monsters HD (:07) River Monsters HD
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Danny
The Family That Preys (08, PG-13) aa Kathy Bates, Alfre Woodard. HD
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Forgetting Sarah Marshall (08, R) Jason Segel.
South Park South Park South Park South Park Shaun of the Dead (04)
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Naked and Afraid HD
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Naked and Afraid HD
Backstage Liv HD
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The Incredibles (04) HD Undercover Stuck HD
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SportsCenter HD
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Glory Kickboxing: Glory 28" (TV14) HD
30 for 30: I Hate Laettner HD
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(7:00) 30 for 30 HD
Cutthroat Kitchen (N)
Cutthroat Kitchen HD
All-Star Academy HD
Guys Grocery Games All-Star Academy (N)
Hop (11, PG) James Marsden, Hank Azaria. HD
Osteen
Turning
Frozen (13, PG) Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel. HD
Man of Steel (13, PG-13) ac Henry Cavill.
Man of Steel (13, PG-13) ac Henry Cavill, Amy Adams.
Hunt (N)
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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
(:02) Double Daddy (15, NR) aac Mollee Gray. HD
Double Daddy (15) HD A Teachers Obsession (15, NR) aa HD
Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous The Dark Knight (08, PG-13) aaaa Christian Bale, Michael Caine.
Henry
School
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
(6:00) Superman (78)
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (05)
Batman Returns (92)
Inside
The Detour (N) HD
Date (10)
NCAA
2016 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Regional Final (Live)
Going My Way (44, NR) aaa Bing Crosby.
The King of Kings (27)
Easter Parade (48, NR) aaa Judy Garland. HD
Long Island Medium
Long Lost Family (N)
Long Island Medium
Long Lost Family HD
Jill & Jessa: (N) HD
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (08) The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (08, PG-13) HD
Hellboy
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
America Declassified
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Mysteries (TVPG) HD
Food Paradise 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
Family Therapy HD
The Preachers Wife (96, PG) aa
Love & Hip Hop HD
Underground HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
(7:00) The Bodyguard (92, R) Kevin Costner. HD
Girls (N)
Together
Oliver HD Vinyl: The King and I
Together
Vacation (15, R) aac HD Vinyl (TVMA) (N) HD
Banshee (TVMA) HD
Get on Up (14, PG-13) Chadwick Boseman. HD
A Wifes Secret (14) HD
Banshee (TVMA) HD
Billions (TVMA) (N) HD
Billions: Quality Life
The Circus Shameless
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Jimmy Kimmel Live HD Nightline
Greys Anatomy (N) HD Scandal (TV14) (N) HD
Local
Late Show (TV14) HD
Late Late
Big Bang Pieces (N) Pieces (N) Broke Girls Rush Hour: Pilot (N)
The Blacklist (TV14) HD Shades of Blue (N) HD
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(:35) Tonight Show HD Late Night
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American Idol: Top 3 Perform (TVPG) (N) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
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(:01) 60 Days In (N) HD The First 48 (TV14) HD
The First 48: M.I.A.
The First 48: M.I.A.
The First 48 (N) HD
Live Free or Die Hard (07, PG-13) Bruce Willis.
U.S. Marshals (98, PG-13) aaa Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes. HD
Finding Bigfoot: Supernatural Bigfoot (N) HD
Finding Bigfoot HD
To Be Announced
Finding Bigfoot HD
Martin
Martin
Martin
Wendy HD
Sister (15) Something New (06, PG-13) Sanaa Lathan, Simon Baker. HD
Miss Congeniality (00, PG-13) Sandra Bullock.
Mr. Deeds (02) aac
Inside Actors Studio (N) Housewives (TV14)
Dad HD
Family Guy Family Guy Robot
Squid HD
King of Hill Bobs HD Bobs HD Cleveland Dad HD
Redneck Island (N) HD Party Down South HD
Reba HD
Reba HD
Last Man Last Man Party Down South (N)
Anderson Cooper 360 The Eighties HD
Anderson Cooper 360 The Eighties: Raised on Television (N) HD
Daily Show Nightly HD midnight A. Devine
Big Daddy (99) aac HD (:58) Big Daddy (99, PG-13) Adam Sandler. HD
Fast N Loud (TV14) HD Fast N Loud (TV14) HD Fast N Loud (TV14) HD Fast N Loud (TV14) HD Fast N Loud (TV14) HD
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Undercover Best HD
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(7:00) NIT Basketball
College Basketball: Slam Dunk (Live) HD
Baseball Tonight HD
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Jalen HD
(7:00) 2016 Miami Open Tennis: Mens Quarterfinal (Live) HD
Cooks vs. Cons (N) HD Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Cooks vs. Cons HD
Chopped (TV G) HD
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Along Came Polly (04)
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Archer (N) Baskets
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Ride Along (14, PG-13) aac Ice Cube.
Flop HD
Flop HD
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Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Vikings (TV14) HD
Project Runway HD
Project Runway (N) HD Project Runway (N) HD (:02) Bad Sister (16, NR) aac Ryan Newman. HD
Catfish: The TV Show
Real World: Go Big HD Real World: Go Big (N) Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous Ridiculous
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The Lone Ranger (13, PG-13) aaa Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer.
Broke Girls Conan HD
Broke Girls Broke Girls Big Bang Big Bang Broke Girls Broke Girls Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Baby Doll (56, NR) aaa Karl Malden. HD
(:15) Lamore (48, NR)
The Moon is Blue (53, NR) aac William Holden.
Extreme Weight Loss: Meredith (TVPG) HD
My 600-lb Life Where Are They Now? HD
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NBA Basketball: Los Angeles vs Oklahoma City (Live) HD
Inside the NBA (Live)
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Mysteries at the Castle
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Skyfall (12, PG-13) aaac Daniel Craig, Judi Dench. HD
WWE SmackDown (Live) HD
Selena (97, PG) aaa Jennifer Lopez. HD
The Longest Yard (05, PG-13) Adam Sandler.
Family Therapy HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met
Elementary: Pilot HD
Vacation (15, R) aac Ed Helms. HD First Look Together
Girls HD
Only the Dead (15) HD
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The Forger (15, R) HD Billions: Quality Life
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Saturday, March 26, 2016

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Yesterday

This and

BOB HOLDGREVE

Window
to the
Past

That

by EVELYN MARTIN

Everybody knows Tolan attends 100-year event


the name Pothast
They said goodbye to
everything familiar and set
off toward the unknown in
search of a better life. On
4 March 1848 the Barque
Johann Friedrick, captained by Master H. Wieting,
left the port of Bremen with
125 passengers, including
Anton Potthast, age 27, his
wife Anna Cath., 20, and
their daughter, Maria, listed as 6 months, along with
merchandise for Rodoval &
Brothers
Johannes
Antonius
Potthast, son of Johann
Potthast, was born in
December
1820
in
Kariensiek,
Hoxter,
N o r d r h e i n - We s t f a l e n ,
Germany
Agnes Anna Katharina
Struik, born 12 September
1822 in Lwendorf, Hoxter,
N o r d r h e i n - We s t f a l e n ,
Germany, the daughter of
Johannes Christian and Anna
Maria Catharina (Grne)
Struick
On 20 April 1847,
Johannes Antonius Potthast, a
farm worker in Brenkhausen,
and Agnes Anna Katharina
Struik were married in
Saint Marys Cathedral,
Marienmunster, NordrheinWestfalen, Germany.
Two days later, their
daughter, Maria Potthast,
was born at 2 p.m. on 22
April 1847 and baptized in
Marienmuenster on 25 April
1847. Less then a year later,
taking only the bare necessities the Anton Potthast family
headed to the port of Bremen.
Here they endured various
physical exams to ensure a
certain level of health before
embarking on the trip across
the ocean.. For 58 days the
voyage stretched on for what
seemed like an eternity with
many trials including seasickness, inadequate food,

Who has the portrait of Anna Katarina (Struik) Pothast


that hung in the home of Dr. Melvin A. and Marilyn A.
Rode? (Submitted photo)
lack of privacy, cramped living quarters, spreading illnesses and death.
Anton and Anna Catherine
couldnt leave their child
alone in such a vast loneliness but they had to because
25 days into their voyage
tragedy struck. On 29 March
1848 their daughter, Maria,
died and was buried at sea.
The Barque Johann
Friedrick arrived in the port
of New York on 1 May 1848.
The immigrants walked
down the plank from the
ships swaying deck and
stepped onto the damp
quayside. Anton and Anna
Catherine Potthast would
leave New York and journey to Dayton, possibly by

the Erie Canal to Buffalo,


by lake to Cleveland, thence
by Ohio and Erie Canal to
the Dayton Miami Canal and
up to Dayton. They lived
in Dayton, where six children were born to them,
until 1864, when they came
to Marion township, Allen
county and homesteaded on
Southworth Road.
Children born to Anton
and Agnes Anna Katharina
(Struik) Potthast:
Maria Potthast, was born
at 2 p.m. on 22 April 1847, in
Germany and died 29 March
1848 aboard the Barque
Johann Friedrick and was
buried at sea
see POTHAST, page 13

D.H. Tolan, of Lima, former publisher of the Delphos


Daily Herald, attended the
centennial celebration, held
at Carrolton, Ohio, recently
and the Free Press Standard
of that city, gave him flattering mention.
They said, regarding Mr.
Tolan:
David Tolan, Lima,
arrived here Saturday night
for the centennial, and has
since been busy greeting his
old friends and exchanging
antebellum reminiscences.
In the earlier days he was
a printer. He entered the
Picayune office in 1852 as a
devil. It was then edited by
Fielding Cable, whose father,
Joseph Cable, represented
this district in congress.
Mr. Tolan continued at
the trade and worked on the
Democrat, which was published by George Barlow for
some time. In addition to
sticking type he reported
the local doings and wrote
an occasional editorial. At
the outbreak of the civil war,
when feelings ran high, the
publisher was accused of
utterances smacking with
disloyalty. A company of
soldiers, which was here at
the time, invaded the printing office in search of Mr.
Barlow, who rushed out of
the back door, ran up the
stairs in a neighboring house
and crawled under a bed. The
soldiers followed and captured him. They made him
stick his head out of the window and give three cheers for
the union flag.
After that he found a
country retreat, where he
remained a few weeks, while
Mr. Tolan got out the paper.
He married a daughter of
the late Captain John Beatty.
Later he located in Delphos,
where he engaged in the
newspaper business. He soon
became mayor of Delphos.
He was one of the organizers
and directors of the Delphos
& Kokomo railroad, which is

now a part of the Clover Leaf


system.
He was also identified
with the organization of
Delphos, Akron & Western,
now a part of the New York
Central.
He is enjoying his visit
greatly, but not so much as
the friends of his early days
are enjoying his company.
He reorganized many of the
older citizens, but the town
has progressed so rapidly
that it is with great difficulty
he finds many of the scenes
which once were so familiar
to him.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 20, 1915

Henry Ford
Against War
Detroit, Aug. 23 I will
devote my life to fight the
spirit which is now felt in the
free and peaceful air of the
United States, the spirit of
militarism, mother of the cry
of preparedness - the root of
all war.
These words were uttered
by Henry Ford, whose wealth
and endeavors are to be given
to aid the world in its efforts
for an uncertain peace; to
challenge Americans crying
for more armament and to
oppose the spirit of militarism in every form.
Children should be taught
at their mothers knee what a
horrible and unavailing thing
war is. Schools should teach
the uselessness of war a
thing unnecessary and that
preparedness for war can
only end in war, said Mr.
Ford.
The United States has
spent more than a billion dollars on a navy and army that
was to cope with an invasion
that never will occur. The
people of the United States
have been compelled to throw
a billion dollars into a junk
pile, and some men would
have another billion go the
same way. They have called
in Thomas Edison to help

their war plans. Let me say


that Edison never has, and in
my opinion never will use his
great brain to make anything
which would destroy human
life. He is a man of peace, for
he realizes the true meaning
of war.
I could make vast sums
of money from warfare if I so
chose, but it would be better
to die a pauper than anything
I have helped to make should
be used for the furtherance of
this slaughter.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 23, 1915

Mammoth Locomotives
Three mammoth passenger locomotives weighing
157 tons each, consigned
to the Missouri, Kansas
and Texas railroad from
the American Locomotive
Works, Schenectady, W.Y. are
tied up in the Delphos Clover
Leaf yards as the result of the
soft conditions of the roadbed
from Edwardsville, Ill., to St.
Louis.
The moguls arrived here
Sunday morning in charge of
D.C. Cain, a messenger for
the Schenectady concern. Mr.
Cain is waiting for a message
from General Superintendent
Hinkle telling him that the
locomotives journey to St.
Louis can be continued.
The engines are of the
Pacific type, and are a lot of
42, made for the M.K. & T.
by the American Locomotive
Works. The lot consists of 35
freight engines and 7 passenger engines. Three passenger engines consigned to the
western road preceded Mr.
Cain, and are now being held
at Decatur, Ind.
The engines tied up here
have driving wheels measuring six feet in diameter.
The cylinders are 25 inches
wide and 28 inches long. The
cabs are provided with electric lights and all the latest
equipment.
See EVENT page 13

FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
The 2006 Queen Jubilee Pageant
will be held Friday night at Marsh
Foundation Auditorium, with
nine area senior girls competing
for the queen title. Candidates are
Jeffersons Lindsay McKanna,
Lincolnviews Jenna Thurston,
Vantage Career Centers Audree
Lindeman, Crestviews DeAnna
Kruger, Pauldings Sarah Mott,
Wayne Traces Tresa Meussling,
Antwerps Jessica Goudy, Van
Werts Jamie Allen, and Parkways
Sarah Seibert.
The Ottoville High School cheerleaders recently won first place in
Americheer March Madness competition in Columbus. The squad
will compete in the National Cheer
Championship in Orlando April
14-16. Cheerleaders are Chelsea
Boers, Darcy Fortman, Saundra
Modica, Brittany Koch, Kayla
Laudick, Ashley Markward, Emily
Rieger and Shayla Koester.
Jeffersons sixth-grade girls
basketball team won the Delphos
Optimist tournament. Members of
the team are Steph Koenig, Nadine
Clarkson, Kennedy Boggs, Hannah
Kleman, Courtney Lewis, Bridgette
Sanders, Samantha Thitoff, Megan
Gilden, Jesstin Foust, Courtney
Sanders, Ceila Horstman, Dallas
Baird, Elizabeth Schosker, Kayla
Garison and coaches Butch Lucas
and Scott Boggs.
25 Years Ago 1991
Employees
of
Waste
Management Ohio/Lima are distributing 14-gallon bins to Delphos

households this week in preparation


for the start of curbside recycling.
Curbside recycling will begin April
1. The curbside recycling program
is the result of House Bill 592
adopted by the General Assembly
in 1988. The bill mandates a 25percent reduction in waste through
recycling by 1994.
Nationwide Insurance agents
Jerry Gilden and Cliff Roby have
volunteered to help Fort Jennings
and St. Johns High School students
conduct and try to win the 1991
Prom Promise Program. Meeting
with Gilden were Fort Jennings students Leslie Gasser, Laura Maenle,
Stephanie Vetter and Jennifer
Gasser. Agents will help students
coordinate Prom Promise events,
answer questions about the program
and help their schools compete.
A special meeting of the Tau
Chapter of the Alpha Delta Omega
sorority was held recently at Eagle
Print. They were given a tour.
Following the tour, a business meeting was held in the home of Doris
Dienstberger. President Janice
Sherrick opened the meeting with
prayer and roll call. A social hour
followed the meeting. The next regular meeting will be Tuesday at the
home of Char Hotz.
35 Years Ago 1981
Modern Mothers of Ohio Child
Conservation League met at the
home of Colleen Harter with Connie
Morris as co-hostess. Devotions
were given by Mary Lou Morgan,
president. Wendy Schmelzer called
the meeting to order. Programming

landscaping was presented by Jeff


Howard from DeHavens Home and
Garden Center of Lima. Election
of officers were held and were as
follows: President Anita Vogt; vice
president, Carol Thompson; secretary, Connie Arthur; treasurer,
Connie Morris and reporter, Mary
Miller.
Dimples and Grins met in the
home of Pat Liebrecht. Karen
Dickman read the prelude, I
Remember. Alice Swick reported for the school mat committee
that the playground mats have
been ordered. Program committee
for next year will be Joyce Von
Lehmden, Judy Will, Pat Grothause,
Deb Birkemeier and Becky Good,
headed by Sharon Calvelage.
50 Years Ago 1966
Volunteer chairmen for Blood
Donor Day, April 7, have been
announced by Mrs. Charles H.
Meyers, general chairman of the
Blood Program in Delphos. The
Bloodmobile unit will be in Delphos
at the American Legion Hall on
State Street. Mrs. J. V. DeWeese
will serve as recruiting chairman,
and will be assisted by a telephone
committee and other personnel.
DeWeese and Mrs. Neil Leininger
are in charge of scheduling and Mrs.
Ed Mox will be in charge of recruiting the nursing staff.
Fort Jennings Busy Js 4-H Club
held its fifth meeting recently with
demonstrations on posture being
given by Carol Wittler and Judy
Nichols. Lois Broecker, Joyce and
Janice Calvelage, Vivian Metzger,

Diane Kleman and Marilyn


Wittler gave sewing demonstrations. Refreshments were served
by Nancy Menke, Lois Bruskotter,
Joyce Howbert, Sharon Nichols,
Paula Stechschulte and Jerri Lynn
Wildenhaus.
A Ton of Gold Certificate
has been awarded a registered
Jersey cow owned by Rolland H.
Blockberger of Delphos. This award
is for cows producing 2,000 pounds
of fat or more during four or less
consecutive lactations on official
test. The award went to the cow,
O J O Advancer Fillpail Sandy,
which produced 2,217 lbs. butterfatmore than a tonfrom 37,630
pounds of milk.
60 Years Ago 1956
A veteran Delphos railroader
was one of a number of men honored last week by the Brotherhood
of Railroad Trainmen at a session
in Cleveland. Charles S. Brubaker
was presented a 40-year pin by the
BRT. He has been a trainman for
the AC&Y Railroad for the past 45
years. Brubaker started his railroad
career here late in 1910 at the age of
20. After being with the company a
short time, he was promoted to conductor, the job he holds today.
Plans for the fourth annual Teenage-Road-E-O in Delphos were
announced Monday by officials
of the local Junior Chamber of
Commerce, the sponsoring organization. The youthful driver contest
will be held April 29, with about 35
teenagers from Delphos, Ottoville
and Fort Jennings communities par-

ticipating. Members of the local


Jaycee Road-E-O committee are
Elmer Helmkamp, Jim Wiltsie, Carl
Suever and Ted Hanf.
75 Years Ago 1941
Fine progress is being made in
the construction of the new bowling
alleys in the building at the corner
of Third and Canal streets recently
purchased by Louis Rimer. The six
new alleys are being put into place
by bowling alley mechanics from
the Brunswick factory in Chicago.
The work of remodeling the interior
of the building is also going ahead.
Approximately 50 people from
Delphos Jefferson attended a meeting Tuesday afternoon to discuss
the possibility of baseball for the
spring season. Coach Jack Palmer
stated that he has not as yet had an
opportunity to survey the material
available but hopes to have line
on the prospective players by next
week. All of the baseball equipment
used in former years is still available at Jefferson and the game could
be inaugurated, after a several years
layoff, will little cost.
Members of the Delphos
Kiwanis Club met in regular session
Tuesday evening at the Beckman
Hotel. The official National League
baseball picture was shown at that
time and was greatly enjoyed by all
present. Two delegates were named
from the Delphos club to attend
the annual convention of Kiwanis
International which will be held at
Atlanta during the coming summer.
Those named are H. L. Leilich and
Robert McDonald.

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Saturday, March 26, 2016

The Herald 9

Opinion
Oh,
That
Ringo!

Egg-coloring is a lost art,


best shared with chocolate

Nancy Spencer

On the
Other Hand

This is a shout out to all those teachers who were


ever told, My dog ate my homework by a student.
Little Ringo has a habit of slinking into the
bathroom and pulling a tissue out of the trash can
and shredding it right in front of the bathroom door.
He does this when he feels he is not getting enough
attention. Before you feel all sorry for him, let me
assure you he is not lacking attention.
He is constantly being talked to and petted and
played with. Hes spoiled rotten. We spend a lot of
time with him.
As a consequence, he is quite attached to us. He
follows us around the house regardless of what we
are doing. He escorts us to the kitchen to get a drink
or snack. He escorts us back to the living room or
bedroom. He escorts us to the bathroom. We are
covered in the escort department and rarely do anything by ourselves. He even comes out and has his
supper while we eat ours.
This is leading up to something, I promise.
Earlier this week, my husband handed me a $20
bill for something and I just tossed it aside thinking I
would slip it into my wallet later. I forgot about it and
then I jumped in the shower to get my day started.
I showered and dressed and then did my hair. I
walked through the living room on my way to the
living room and there on the floor right in front of
my chair was my $20 bill. It was ripped in half and
about six little pieces torn off each half. It was all
there but it would never be the same.
I scooped up the slightly damp pieces, taped
them together and put it in a baggie and put a visit to
the bank on my list of errands.
I also got a lecture from my husband about leaving stuff lay around. I know, I know. It was my fault.
It still doesnt make me believe that he didnt have a
choice of whether he mutilated my money. He was

being a little brat.


Nonetheless, we were best friends before I left
the house and he continued to get snuzzles and
smoochies. Lesson learned for me. He learned
nothing. He got to tear up my money and still got
my affection. Sheesh.
The bank teller laughed at my poor, mauled $20
bill and gave me a new one.
So while the story had a happy ending, my dog
ate my $20 bill. I have no doubt that if it had been
homework, he would have eaten that, too.
I am a little taken aback by the recent developments here and abroad. Terror attacks are becoming
so frequent they will soon seem the like norm. It
seems they know just where to find everyone after
but have no clue what these guys are doing before
even though they know they are a threat. They are
on lists. Their faces are passed around in briefings
and still they roam free to kill and maim. Its the
same story every time. Someone knew and passed it
along and then it got lost in the shuffle or someone
knew and neglected to pass it on and it got lost in the
shuffle. How many times are we going to do this?
One more thing. If I have to listen to Trump and
Cruz any more, Im going to lose it. What is happening during this pre-election season? These people are
crazy. I dont want any of these psychos in the White
House or anywhere else they have access to any kind
of power that affects me. This crop of presidential
candidates is laughable at best. I am so embarrassed
by what they throw out there for public consumption. Other countries must think we are nuts.
Ive heard quite a few people say they have plans
to cross the border up north after this election. Im
hoping theyll consider letting me come along or
at least let me visit.

My child was born on Easter. Although


the actual date of her entry into this world
has only coincided with the Easter observance once since birth, its still pretty cool
when she is able to come home to eat
chocolate rabbits, ears first.
We also color eggs, or I do, anyway.
Even though retailers still display dyes
everything from classic PAAS tablets that
fizz when dropped in vinegar-water combos to gel packets and water-soluble crayons it seems adults get more excited
about coloring eggs than their children
and grandchildren. I visited with one of
my closest college friends last weekend.
She was in the area visiting and had spent
much of Friday coloring eggs with her
small nephews. She and her daughter, a
recent college graduate, showed off each
egg, noting the colors and patterns formed
by shell thickness and mineral deposits.
The boys played Minecraft in the next
room.
Maybe the grown-up penchant for
pre-Easter egg art is because many of
us remember physically dyeing eggs on
Saturday night, dropping eggs in cupfuls
of food coloring with that ineffectual wire
dipper, then tossing the worthless wire
loop to lift the eggs out with multi-colored
fingers. We remember dying at least one
egg in the solid shade contained in each
cup, then attempting two- and three-toned
eggs.
My Gran had some beautiful bottle
green glass cups that she would fill with
cold water and vinegar on Easter Eve. My
cousins, uncles and I fought over the white
crayon, marking our own eggs by name
before dunking them in pure dye baths
before they were so mixed that there was
only one color option. These ugly eggs

until it becomes clear who will


win the November elections. If
it appears a Republican will be
elected president, the Republicancontrolled Senate will stall the
Obama nominee and wait until the
new Republican president takes
office and nominates a conservative
justice.
If it appears a Democrat will
win, mostly likely Hillary Clinton,
the Senate may consider Obamas
nominee to be the safer bet and
then expedite the process during
the lame-duck session. Of course,
Obama could withdraw his nominee and let Clinton nominate a
more-liberal judge for confirmation.
Several weeks ago, President
Obama
nominated
Merrick
Garland, 63, to fill the seat on the
bench vacated by the recent death
of conservative Justice Antonin
Scalia. Garland has excellent credentials. He has been on the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the District of
Columbia for 19 years, and serves
as the chief judge.
When he was confirmed by the
Senate in 1997, the vote was 76-23
with 22 Republicans supporting
him.
Most Republican leaders,
including Senate Majority Leader
Mitch McConnell and Judiciary
Committee chairman Sen. Chuck

Grassley, have said they will not


allow the nomination of Garland to
get a hearing. They believe a Justice
Garland would be very bad for conservative causes.
McConnell
keeps
saying
American voters should have a say
in which president makes the nomination. One national poll dispels
this notion. Sixty-three percent said
the Senate should hold hearings on
Garland. This obstructionism by the
GOP is not popular with voters and
it could even hurt the Republican
candidates up for re-election. They
run the risk of losing control of the
Senate.
Alberto
Gonzales,
former U.S. Attorney General in
the Bush Administration, says
the Constitution does not give
Americans the power to choose
Supreme Court nominees. That is a
duty of the president, along with the
advice and consent of the Senate.
Leaving the decision up to the
voters is a bad idea, Gonzales
said recently, they are usually the
most uninformed on these matters
and may vote based on emotion or
solely based on single hot-button
issues.
This is just another example of
political gamesmanship and hypocrisy in Washington that weve come
to despise.

Protecting Ohioans paychecks


BY US SENATOR
SHERROD BROWN
American workers know
theyre working more than
ever before, for less pay.
They dont think they can
get by much less get ahead
even if they work hard.
And too often, theyre
right that the deck is stacked
against them. Across our
country and our state, too
many workers are putting
in long hours for an honest
days pay, only to have their
employers cheat them out of
the paycheck theyve earned.
While most employers
treat their workers fairly,
there are still far too many
who force employees to
work off the clock, refuse
to pay them minimum wage,
steal their tips, or deny them
overtime pay. Another trick
employers pull to avoid pay-

ing fair wages and benefits is


misclassifying workers for
example, a food service contracting company might call
a cook a dishwasher,
to avoid paying the higher
cooks salary.
And we know that workers in low-wage industries
like food service, childcare,
and retail service are at the
greatest risk.
The National Employment
Law Project surveyed lowwage workers in three cities
across the country, and found
that 26 percent of workers
surveyed were paid less than
minimum wage the previous week, and 76 percent
of those who had worked
more than 40 hours were
not paid the legally-required
overtime. And when workers
file a complaint, they often
face harsh retaliation from
employers. Most workers

who are being taken advantage of dont speak up, for


fear of having their hours cut
or being fired.
These Americans are
working long hours at
demanding jobs to support
their families. We should be
encouraging work and making sure that work pays off
not letting employers get
away with cheating Ohioans
out of the paycheck theyve
earned.
Thats why, along with
Senator Murray, Im introducing the Wage Theft
Prevention and Recovery
Act, to crack down on this
wage theft.
The bill would create new
civil penalties for employers
who engage in wage theft,
and give workers the right
to receive full back pay for
the wages that were stolen. Right now, even when

were often the most spectacular in shades


of maroon granite speckled with undissolved food-coloring tablet.
But for others, like my friends daughter, the joy in coloring Easter eggs comes
from not doing it as a child. By the early
90s, you could color eggs, even raise
a virtual chick on screen. I think that getting messy was a lost experience, one that
no one is ever too old to regain.
This Friday night, well dye brown
eggs, a dozen laid fresh by gentle, happy
hens. On Saturday night, Ill arrange them
in a basket with coconut nests, jelly beans
and one chocolate rabbit. On Sunday,
well all eat them with jewel-toned fingertips. Although it wont be her birthday, my
child will get the rabbits ears for Easter,
as it should be.

Byron McNutt

More political folly, hypocrisy


Just what we need during this
highly-charged, contentious presidential election season-a conservative Supreme Court justice being
replaced by a lame-duck liberal
president who can flip the balance
of the court from 5-4 conservative
to a 5-4 liberal-controlled court.
Throw in the fact we have legal
scholars and partisan politicians trying to defend their positions arguing
what the Constitution-writers meant
to say over 230 years ago. Most
Americans have very little faith in
trusting these expert interpretations.
Its all politics.
The strategic games have begun.
In a sense, the GOP may believe it
has already won. They got President
Barack Obama to fulfill his duties
by nominating a moderate-liberal
judge who is well-respected and
well-qualified. But nothing is what
it seems in big-time politics.
The idea of stacking the highest
court in the land by either party
seems to be a bad thing for most
reasonable Americans who just
want a Supreme Court that can
independently hear difficult cases
and make decisions based on
Constitutional Law, and common
sense.
Most people think the GOP will
delay confirmation hearings, and
Senate action, on the nomination

Anne Coburn-Griffis

People Make
the Difference

Our government is supposed to


have three separate branches, which
provides for checks and balances.
The Supreme Court should have
nine moderate judges, not a stacked
court with advocates on the left and
on the right. We would be better
served with even-handed, thoughtful and consensus building judges.
With so many 5-4 court rulings,
we are left to wonder whats right.
And, we know the decisions can
be overturned just by flipping one
new judge.
America, Congress and the Court
will continue to be divided for
decades to come if someone doesnt
commit to ending the dysfunction,
partisan rancor and hypocrisy that
has degraded our political system.
********
If you are a true sports fan,
youve got to acknowledge the dominating success of the University
of Connecticut womens basketball
program. The Huskies, coached by
Geno Auriemma, are nothing less
than amazing. UConn takes on all
comers during the regular season,
and they dominate them.
Its one thing to be dominant for
3-4 seasons, but UConn has done
it for two decades. Since 1993,
Genos teams have won over 90
percent of their games. UConn is
going for its fourth straight NCAA

employers are caught stealing wages, employees are


only able to recover lost pay
at the minimum wage rate,
even if their hourly rate is
higher than that.
Thats not right. When a
worker is stolen from, they
should be repaid in full.
To help make sure that
happens, the bill also increases the number of years workers have to bring a wage
theft claim in court. And it
would require employers to
provide regular paystubs, so
workers can keep track of
the pay theyve earned, and
more easily catch potential
theft.
This is a commonsense
plan to protect workers,
boost economic security, and
ensure that work pays off for
all Americans not just the
wealthiest few.

national title this season, sixth in the


last eight years and eleventh overall. Note: This column was written
prior to the Elite 8 games.
If UConn wins the Final Four
tournament, it will be their sixth
undefeated season. Their biggest
challenges will likely come from
Notre Dame, South Carolina and
Baylor, teams they have already
beaten this season. If they succeed,
their records the last three seasons
will be 40-0, 38-1 and 38-0. Since
2007-2008, they could post a 21514 combined record, with nine of
those defeats coming four and five
years ago.
The UConn women now own the
three longest winning streaks in college basketball history. They won
90 straight in 2008-2010. About
10 days ago they broke their own
70-game win streak set in 20012003. If they win the championship
this weekend, the current streak will
reach 75 games.
Current
superstar
player,
Breanna Stewart, could win her
fourth straight national title and her
fourth straight Most Outstanding
Player award. Thats never happened before. Note: when UCLAs
mens team won seven straight
titles, freshmen were not permitted
to play.

Thanks for
reading
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Saturday, March 26, 2016

At the movies....
Van Wert Cinemas
10709 Lincoln Hwy., Van Wert
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of
Justice 3D (PG-13) Sat.: 4:00; Sun.: 5:00;
Mon. and Wed.: 8:00; Tues. and Thurs.:
5:00
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice
(PG-13) Sat.: 1:00/7:00; Sun.: 2:00/8:00;
Mon. and Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and Thurs.:
8:00
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (PG13) 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
Divergent:
Allegiant
(PG-13)
Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:00/8:30;
Sun.:
2:00/4:30/7:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:30
Zootopia
(PG)
Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:00/8:30; Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:15
Miracles from Heaven (PG13) Sat.: 1:00/3:15/5:30/8:00; Sun.:
2:00/4:30/7:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:15
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice
3D (PG-13) 11:30/11:50/2:30/3:00/6:00/
6:40/10:10/10:30
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice
(PG-13) 11:00/1:50/3:50/6:20/7:20/9:50
/10:50
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (PG-13)
11:20/2:00/4:30/7:10/10:00
Miracles from Heaven (PG)
11:15/1:45/4:25/7:15/9:55
The Divergent Series: Allegiant (PG13) 11:25/11:55/3:55/6:50/9:30/10:20
10 Cloverfield Lane (PG-13)
11:10/1:45/4:30/7:25/10:05

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17

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22 Baby boy, e.g.
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The Young Messiah (PG-13) 11:10


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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (R) 10:55 am
London
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(R)
1:55/4:45/7:05/9:35
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11:40/2:10/4:50/7:30/10:15
Deadpool
(R)
11:05/1:35/4:05/6:45/9:40
Shannon Theatre
Bluffton
Through March 24
Zootopia (PG) Shows are at 7 p.m.
and 9:30 p.m. every evening with 1:30
p.m and 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
matinees. The theater is closed Easter
Sunday afternoon but will open for the
evening shows.

45 Health resort
46 "Now I understand!"
47 Made a burrito
50 Actor Christian ___
52 "What is it?"

26 Actor Mineo

Down
1 Go the distance

28 The ___ Man

2 Champion's shout

29 Ending for mob or


gang

3 ___ liquor

30 Popular cookie

4 Sesame or canola

31 Waste time

5 Way

33 Two, in Spanish

6 Sea creatures

36 Exhausts

65 "First of all..."

7 Mel of baseball
fame

37 Tablet

66 Toothpaste brand

8 Small amounts

69 Uninteresting

9 Watch secretly

53 Obtain
55 "The Heat ___"
56 Invented
59 $1,000, in slang
62 Time of history
63 Pea holder

57 Caribbean island
58 Button on a TV
60 Whatever number
of
61 Slimy creatures
64 Jump into a pool,
maybe
66 Actress Bancroft

39 Company execs

67 Swedish furniture
store

40 One of the Huxtable


children

68 Part of a Halloween
costume

71 Candy man

10 Sky sight

41 Make, as money

70 "___ Miserables"

74 Having the power

11 Males that go "maa"

44 Coffee cup

72 Tupperware top

75 Not good

12 Murphy or Money

48 Robert E. ___

76 Songs

13 Bowling alley button

49 Coat holder

73 Not safe, in
baseball

77 Potato chip brand

18 Bic product

51 First ___ kit

78 Cincinnati team

23 "We won't be doing


business together!"

54 Mythical creatures

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Looking for a GREAT job?

IMMEDIATE Openings in Leipsic, Ohio


What does your TOTAL COMPENSATION
package look like?

FORKLIFT OPERATORS
$11.60 per hour to start

FULL TIME
Weekly Pay + Overtime + $0.45 Shift Differential
Monthly Incentives up to $1.25 per hour

Low Benefit cost.

$14.29 $45.32 associate contribution for individual to family plans per week
depending on benefit selections.
(Medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, Life Insurance, 401k, profit sharing)

Applications accepted and immediate


interviews on the following dates:

Tuesday April 5th


10:00 AM 4:00 PM
Holiday Inn
140 Valam Dr., Van Wert, OH 45891
QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be 18 to apply
Must have a clean drug screen and background check

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without us!

103 N. Main St. Delphos, OH

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

ACCOUNT CLERK 2

Putnam County HomeCare & Hospice is


seeking applicants for a part time with potential for full time Account Clerk 2 position for
HomeCare and Hospice.
Qualifications as follows:
Medicare and Medicaid billing
experience
Accounts receivable management
Detail oriented
A degree in business, accounting,
healthcare or related field and/or equivalent combination education, training,
and/or experience.
Proficient in insurance verification
Proficient in identifying & resolving
billing problems
Payroll experience
Please send resume to: Lisa Gerdeman,
Account Clerk Supervisor, Putnam County
HomeCare & Hospice, PO Box 312, Ottawa,
OH 45875 or Fax to (419) 523-6328 by 4:30
p.m. on April 1, 2016

Dick CLARK Real Estate

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.

SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD

SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD

Thursday, March 31, 2016 @ 6pm

Tree Trimming &


Removal
Window, Gutter &
Chimney Cleaning

Home
Improvement

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Material Services

5191 North Kill Road - Delphos, Ohio


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

PUBLIC AUCTION

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Section 31, Jackson Township, Van Wert County

Crystal Eye
Cleaning Service
Spring CleanSpecials

830 Boats/Motors/Equipment
LAWN, GARDEN,
835 665
Campers/Motor Homes
LANDSCAPING
840 Classic
Cars
845 Commercial
850 Motorcycles/Mopeds
855 Off-Road Vehicles
860 Recreational Vehicles
865 Rental and Leasing
870 Snowmobiles
875 Storage
880 SUVs
Trimming Topping Thinning
885 Trailers Deadwooding
890 Trucks
Stump, Shrub & Tree Removal
895 Vans/Minivans
Since 1973
899 Want To Buy
925 Legal Notices
Bill Teman 419-302-2981
950 Seasonal
953 Free
Low Priced
Ernie&Teman
419-230-4890

home. 588Bath
and
820 Automobile Shows/Events
Tickets
660 Home Service
kitchen updates.
Owner
590 Tool and
Machinery
665 Lawn, Garden,
Landscaping 825 Aviations Referral Discounts
POHLMAN
may help finance, $0
POURED Call Wkly & Mthly Contracts
Down and 0 closing
GREAT
RATES
CONCRETE WALLS
cost possible! Dont
Montrel
NEWER FACILITY
let others tell you no,
Residential
contact us about this
& Commercial
419-692-0032
LAWN, GARDEN,
affordable home today!
665
Agricultural Needs
LANDSCAPING
Across from Arbys
$52,500 Approx mo
All Concrete Work
pmt $388.54 PITI
Mark Pohlman
Mueller Tree

COME DRIVE FOR US AND BE PART OF OUR TEAM.

Total Acres: 72.02 acres

597 Storage Buildings

540 Feed/Grain
DELPHOS
SENIOR
690 Computer/Electric/Office
400 REAL
ESTATE/FOR SALE 545 Firewood/Fuel LAMP REPAIR, table or
695 Electrical
600store.
SERVICES
floor. Come to our
Villas 405 Acreage and Lots
550 Flea Markets/Bazaars
700 Painting
605 Auction
410 Commercial
TV.
263 Elida
Drive
555 Garage Sales H o h e n b r i n k 610 Automotive
705 Plumbing
415 Condos
560 Home Furnishings
419-695-1229 615 Business Services
419-692-0141
710 Roofing/Gutters/Siding
420
Farms
565
Horses,
Tack
and
Equipment
Seniors 55+
620 Childcare
Specializing in 715 Blacktop/Cement
425 Houses
570 Lawn and Garden
STORAGE
2 b e430
d r oMobile
o m , Homes/
Energy
720 Handyman
625 Construction
575 Livestock
Commercial
597
ROOM ADDITIONS
725 Elder Care
630 Entertainment
Rated Appliances,
BUILDINGS
ManufacturedOnHomes
577 Miscellaneous
GARAGES SIDING ROOFING
Residential
Venedocia
635 Farm Services
580St.
Musical
Instruments
S i t e 435
M aVacation
n a g e mProperty
e n t & 18907 Bebb
800 TRANSPORTATION
640 Financial BACKHOE & DUMP TRUCK
582 Pet in Memoriam
Yard Cleaning
M a i n 440
t e n Want
a n c eTo Buy
SERVICE
805 Auto
645 Hauling
Affordable
bedroom,
5832Pets
and Supplies
Junk
Removal
Equal500
Housing
MERCHANDISE
810
Auto
Parts
and Accessories
650
Health/Beauty
FREE ESTIMATES
Produce
1 bath, 585
1 car
garage,
505 Antiques and Collectibles
FULLY INSURED815 Automobile
Opportunity
Loans
655 Home Repair/Remodeling
586 Sports and Recreation
Offering:

Dick CLARK Real Estate

Van, Bulk Hopper, Pneumatic work available Company will train on equipment.
F/T - No weekend or Holiday work
Assigned Trucks
Yearly potential earnings of $48,000-$68,000
$2000 Sign on Bonus
(1/2 paid after 6 months and remainder paid after 1 year)
F/T Benefits include Health, Dental,
Vision & Life Insurance.
Paid Short/Long term disability
Paid Holiday & Vacation,
401K with company contributions.
Attainable Quarterly Safety Bonuses & Yearly Safety
Performance Review Bonuses.
2 Years experience with good MVR
P/T drivers are welcome to apply

305

SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD


SOLD SOLD SOLD

neutered
about 1 year
300
REAL ESTATE/RENTAL
old.Apartment/Duplex
Please call 419-296305
310
Commercial/Industrial
6343
or 419-233-3580.
315 Condos
320 House
325
Mobile
Homes
235
HELP
WANTED
330 Office Space
335 Room
340 Warehouse/Storage

D & D TRUCKING

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

Dick CLARK Real Estate

Blessed Mother of the


200 EMPLOYMENT
of God. Immaculate
Son
205 Business Opportunities
Virgin
assist me in my
210 Childcare
necessity.
O Star of the
215 Domestic
220 Elderly
Home
Care
help me
and
show
Sea,
225 herein
Employment
me
youServices
are my
230 Farm Oh
And Holy
Agriculture
mother.
Mary,
235 General
Mother of God, Queen of
Heaven and Earth! I
humbly beseech you
from the bottom of my
heart to succor me in
this necessity. There are
none that can withstand
your power. Oh, show
me herein you are my
mother. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray
for us who have recourse to thee (three
times). Holy Spirit you
who solve all problems,
light of all roads so that I
can attain my goal. You
who gave me the divine
gift to forgive and forget
all evil against me and
that in all instances in
my life you are with me. I
want, in this short prayer, to thank you for all
things as you confirm
once again that I never
want to be separated
from you in eternal glory.
Thank you for your
mercy towards me and
mine. (The person must
say this prayer three
consecutive days. After
three days, the request
will be granted. This
prayer must be published after the favor is
granted.

Telling The Tri-Countys Story Since 1869

www.delphosherald.com

240 Healthcare
245 Manufacturing/Trade
LOST AND
250
Office/Clerical
125
FOUND
255 Professional
260 Restaurant
FOUND
265
Retail MALE dog on
270
Sales22
andby
Marketing
March
St. Johns
275
Situation
Wanted
School.
Mostly
dark tan
280
Transportation
with
white paws, not

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100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
105 Announcements
110 Card Of Thanks
130 PRAYERS
115 Entertainment
120
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The Herald 11

12 The Herald

Saturday, March 26, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Movie Reviews
Eddie
the Eagle

Starring Taron Egerton


& Hugh Grant
Directed by
Dexter Fletcher
PG-13
Every since he was a
tot, Great Britains Michael Eddie Edwards
dreamed of becoming an
Olympic athlete. But the
odds were always stacked
against him.
Weight lifter, pole
vaulter, discus thrower,
hurdle jumperhe didnt
care. But no amount of
backyard training made
any difference. With congenitally wobbly knees
bolstered by leg braces
and thick eyeglasses to
correct his terrible vision,
young Eddie was no ones
idea of the Olympic ideal.
Though it takes a
fewor moreliberties,
Eddie the Eagle is based
on the rousing real-life
story of Edwards, who
proved all the naysayers wrong to become an

Olympic competitor, representing Great Britain in


the 1988 Winter Olympics
as a ski jumper. The movie traces his improbable
journey, against the wishes of his working-class father, who urges him to settle into a proper trade, and
Englands stuffy Olympic
committee, which thwarts
his every attempt to qualify for their team.
Frankly, one official
dismissively tells teenage
Eddie (Taron Edgerton),
you will never be Olympic materialgoodbye.
Eddie counters that
curt farewell with his usual optimism, tenacity and
pluck. Nothing is going
to deter him. He sets off
on his own to a Winter
Olympics training facility, where he meets former
ski champ Bronson Peary
(Hugh Jackman), who
reluctantly,
eventually
agrees to take Eddie under
his wing.
As the stocky, bumbling, socially awkward
Eddie, Edgerton is miles
or kilometersaway from
his best-known former
role as a stylish, slick
super-spy in Kingsman.

Jackman provides American-cowboy grit (all the


way down to his boots)
as a washed-up one-time
whiz kid of the slopes
and former Olympic star
himself, who finds his
own path to redemption
through Eddies relentless
ambition.
You probably havent
heard of British actor-director Dexter Fletcher,
whose films havent made
much of a splash here in
America. But he gives Eddie the Eagle a look, texture and sound perfect for
its time and place, from
Prince Charles and Lady
Diana salt and pepper
shakers on a kitchen table
to the music, which combines pop and rock tunes
of the era with instrumental synthesizer swooshes
and swirls that would have
been right at home driving
the grooves of most any
1980s flick.
The movie shares its
uplifting underdog spirit
with Rocky, Rudy, Seabiscuit, Hoosiers and any
number of other film sagas about individuals or
teams that come from behind, power through road-

blocks or are told they


cant, shouldnt or wont
ever.
When Eddie finally
makes it to the Olympics,
the crowd and the media
love the nave, effusively
enthusiastic oddity who
barely qualified for his
team and who causes the
announcers to declare,

The eagle has landed!


when he makes his climactic breathtaking, daredevil descent intactand
alive.
The most important thing in the Olympic
Games is not to win but
to take part, were told,
a quote from one of the
games founders. And no

one embodied that spirit


like Eddie, whose inspiring, soaring tale of determination and personal triumph in the heartwarming
Eddie the Eagle is a joy to
behold as it takes flight.
Neil Pond, Parade
Magazine

-CLASSIFIEDSTool & Die Maker


Toledo Molding and Die Inc. has an immediate opening
on the 3 pm 11 pm shift for a Journeyman Tool & Die
Maker with Injection Molding experience at its Delphos,
Ohio facility. The successful candidate must be capable
of reading and analyzing prints or sketches in order to
maintain/repair injection molding dies. Design and fabricate gages, jigs, fixtures, and secondary process equipment. Candidate needs experience in new injection mold
startup, sampling, and troubleshooting. Shall maintain
an understanding of current technology as related to job
responsibilities. Good communication skills are a must.
For confidential consideration, please send a resume
and cover letter with salary requirements via e-mail to
hrdelphos@tmdinc.com with a subject of Job Tool-Del
or mail a copy to:
Toledo Molding & Die, Inc.
Attn: Human Resource Manager
Re: Tool & Die Maker
24086 ST RT 697
Delphos, OH 45833
Fax: (419) 692-8058
EOE/MFDV

Material Planning &


Logistics Analyst

Toledo Molding & Die, Inc., a full service, Tier 1, automotive supplier located in Delphos, Ohio has a position open
in our Material Planning and Logistics department.
Individual responsibilities include ensuring timely delivery of production materials, supervising dock operations,
supplier and customer releases/shipments, maintaining
appropriate levels of inventory in a JIT environment.
Toledo Molding & Dies inventory strategy is supported by
state of the art MRP technology and methodology.
Successful candidates must possess a degree in a related field, proven communication and organizational skills,
and be proficient in excel spreadsheets. Previous experience in AS / 400 Systems preferred. Must be willing to
work afternoon shift.
Toledo Molding and Die offers a competitive salary and
benefit package. Qualified candidates may email their resume and cover letter with salary history/requirements in
confidence to either location below:
hrdelphos@tmdinc.com
with a subject of Job# MPLanDel or to:

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AMERICAN WAY AUCTION


Saturday APRIL 9th
10:05 A.M.

DRIVERS-Class A

940
E.E.
FIFTH
DELPHOS
940
E.
FIFTH ST.,
ST.,
940
FIFTH
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home
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acreJennings
lot features
3BR/2BTH,
19074
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$164,900-Ft
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$164,900-Ft
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33 bedroom,
2
bath
brick/vinyl
ranch
apx.
1,269
sq.ft.
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front
porch,
fencedwith
backopen
yard
Price
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bedroom, 2 bath
brick/vinyl
ranch home
home
with
open
floor
plan
on
1.24
acre
lot.
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updates.
Includes
$164,900-Ft
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SD
flooropen
plan
on
1.24
acre
lot.
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updates.
Includes
with
patio,
3
car
det.
garage.
Stove
&
refrigerator
stay.
$164,900-Ft
Jennings
SD building.
24x24
attached
garage
and
36x24
Morton
3 bedroom,
2 bath
brick/vinyl
ranchMust
home
with
open
24x24kitchen
attached
garage
andflooring.
36x24
Morton
building.
&
baths,
newer
see!
3Updated
bedroom,
2
bath
brick/vinyl
ranch
home
with
open
Move in
in ready!
ready! (42)
(42) Brad
Brad Stuber
Stuber 419-236-2267/Derek
419-236-2267/Derek
Move
floor (72)
plan
on
1.24
acre
lot.
Many
updates.
Includes
Robin
Flanagan
419-234-6111
Watkins
419-303-3313
floor
plan419-303-3313
on 1.24
acre lot. Many updates. Includes
Watkins
24x24
attached
garage and 36x24 Morton building.
24x24
attached
garage
and 36x24
Morton building.
Move in
(42)
BradSUNDAY
Stuber
419-236-2267/Derek
1 ready!
OPEN
HOUSE
$88,000-Delphos
SD1-2:30 PM
Move
in
ready!
(42)
Brad
Stuber
419-236-2267/Derek
Watkins 419-303-3313
7040
Elida
Rd.,
7040Make
ElidaOffer!
Rd., Elida
Elida
Watkins 419-303-3313
$112,000-Elida SD
$112,000-Elida
SD
3BR/1.5BTH
older
ranch, apx. 1,597
sq.ft.,bath.
wood burning
Brick
with
and
11 full
Brick ranch
ranch
with 33 bedrooms
bedrooms
and
full
bath. RemodRemodfireplace,
basketball
court,
newer
roof,
windows,
& siding,
eled
in
2004.
Detached
2
car
garage
built
eled in 2004. Detached 2 car garage built in
in 2008.
2008.
(51) Mike
Mike
Reindel
419-235-3607
corner
lot, apple
tree,419-235-3607
2Elida
car att. Rd.,
garage.Elida
7040
(51)
Reindel
7040
Elida Rd., Elida
(53) Bonnie BY
Shelley
419-230-2521
$112,000-Elida
SD
BY
APPOINTMENT
APPOINTMENT

1 OPEN
1-2:30PMPM
1 OPENHOUSE
HOUSESUNDAY
SUNDAY 1-2:30

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Brick ranch with 3$112,000-Elida
bedrooms andSD
$65,000-Elida
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ranch
with
3
bedrooms
and
1
full
bath.
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bedroom,
bath211 car
story
story
onSD
nice
66x132
lot.
$95,200-Van
Wert
eled inCute
2004.
Detached
garage
built
inRemod2008.
33 bedroom,
11 bath

on
nice
66x132
lot.
Builtinin
inReindel
1920, appx.
appx.
1378
sq.
ft. garage
of living
living area,
area,
enclosed
2004.
Detached
carft.
built inenclosed
2008.
Built
1920,
1378
of
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Listing!
(51)eled
Mike
419-235-3607
breezeway.
(122)
Shelley 419-230-2521
breezeway.
(122)justBonnie
Bonnie
419-230-2521
(51)
Mike
419-235-3607
Large
ranchReindel
home
off St. Shelley
Rt. 224 with
finished basement.
$74,000-Delphos
SD
BYmain
APPOINTMENT
$74,000-Delphos
SD
3BR/2BTH
floor,3BR/1BA
apx. 1770and
sq.ft.
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home
with
over
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storyonBY
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1800
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updated bath

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BR & full
BTH. Family
room
space.w/additional
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including
updated
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w/whirlpool
tub/shower,
windows,
roof
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3 bedroom,
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story
on nice
w/whirlpool
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windows,
roof &
&66x132
water lot.
sunroom
off
family
room.
heater.
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Detached
garage
w/loft.
heater.
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Detached
garage
w/loft.
3
bedroom,
1
bath
1

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on
nice
66x132
lot.
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in
1920,
appx.
1378
sq.
ft.
of
living
area,
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(34)
Brian
Mackenbach
419-230-5243
(75) Barb
Coil 419-302-3478
419-302-3478
(75)
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1920,
appx.
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sq.
ft.
of
living
area,
enclosed
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(122)
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419-230-2521
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sq.ft.
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(188)
Devin
Dye
419-303-5891
(188)
Devin
Dye
419-303-5891
living1-1/2
space.
Many
updates
including
updated
story
home
with
3BR/1BA
and
over
1800
sq
ft
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w/whirlpool
tub/shower,
windows,
roof &bath
water
living
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including
updated
divide.space.
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location
SRnewer
309, East,
Lima. Owner/agent.
heater.
Detached
w/whirlpool
newer garage
windows,w/loft.
roof & water
Ron Basement.
Spencertub/shower,
419-230-1111
(75)heater.
Barb Coil
419-302-3478
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(75)
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sq.ft.419-302-3478
of office FOR
space for
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(188)
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Dye
419-303-5891
prox.
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tillable
w/
balance wooded.
offices,
restrooms.
Owner/agent.
(188)
Devin Dye
419-303-5891
Ron Spencer
419-230-1111

Toledo Molding & Die, Inc.


Attn: Human Resources Manager
24086 ST RT 697
Delphos, OH 45833
An E.O.E. M/F/D/V

Apx. 2,200 sq.ft. of office/showroom space for lease on SR 309 E.


Features large open showroom area, office area, 2 restrooms, 2
overhead garage doors & storage area. Owner/agent.
Ron Spencer 419-230-1111

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the ability to maintain confidentiality in a law enforcement environment.
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afternoon or midnight shifts
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Antique & Collectible: Victorian bedroom


suite with marble top dresser, other unusual antique
bedroom suite, Victorian baby cradle, Victorian chair, glass
door cupboard, oak commode, dressers & chests, treadle
sewing machine, full size iron bed, several rocking chairs,
library tables, stands & tables, lg. round table w/leaves,
Delphos Bending Works Tetertot, childs baby bed, sled,
oak wall phone, wooden golf clubs, wash bowl & picture,
beautiful gone-with-the-wind lamp, pictures & paintings,
mantle clocks, antique dishes & glassware, dolls, jugs &
crocks, primitives & collectibles.
Modern Furniture: Broyhill Queen size
bedroom suite, Sumter Queen size Bedroom suite, other
chests & dressers, full size bed, Lazy boy & several other
recliners, Flex Steel couch, Sealy hide-a-bed, modern
lawyer bookcase, childs knee hole desk & chair, davenport
table, small ladies roll top desk, coffee table, end tables,
lamp tables, occasional tables, floor lamps & other lamps,
computer desk, 2 drawer filing cabinet, platform rocker,
small granny rocker, Casio 12 mega pixel EX-290 camera,
12 cu. ft. upright freezer, GE 17.6 cu. ft. Refrigerator, GE
18.2 cu. ft. Refrigerator, propane stove, Amana washer
& dryer, microwave stand, tea cart, rolling bar, folding
chairs, set of 4 kitchen chairs, youth high chair, oak hall
tree, plant stand, lg. wall mirror, pictures & paintings,
Lane cedar chest, blankets & linens, area rugs, modern
Rainbow sweeper, poker table top, tall & short lighted
Santa, canning jars, picnic table, patio furniture, 1948 sing
of the USA with Chevrolet song book, unusual cast iron
Mother Mary statue & Sister of Notre Dame statue, small
cement Grotto, shelving unit, garden tools, seeders, yard
trailer, GT275 17hp John Deer riding lawn mower, lots not
listed, something for everyone included in this auction.Item
of Special Interest: EZ-GO Golf Cart w/ rear box & 36 volt
battery charger.

00172320

NOW HIRING

Van Wert, OhioAuction will be held at the Middle


Point Community Center located at 300 West Sycamore
Street Middle Point, Ohio 45863 just 1 mile south of f Hwy
30. Only 30 minutes West of Lima, Ohio and 30 minutes
East of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Follow Hwy 30 to the Middle
Point Exit and go South 1 mile to the Jackson Street, turn
right on Jackson, follow to the end of Jackson St. and turn
right on Criswold St. follow to the Ballpark and Community
Center, look for Auction signs.Personal property of Patricia
Vorst and others consisting of Antiques & Collectible,
Modern Furniture & Appliances, Lawn tractor & Golf Cart.

No phone calls please.


00171747

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The Herald 13

Pothast
(Continued from page 8)
Mary C Potthast was born 10 February
1852 in Dayton, Montgomery county,
Ohio. On 23 November 1870 in St. John
the Evangelist Catholic Church, Delphos,
Allen county, Ohio Mary married John
Henry Shumaker. John Henry was born 02
August 1846 in Glandorf, Putnam county, Ohio to Andrew and Maria Catherine
(Schlich) Shumaker. Children born to John
and Mary were: Catherine M Kate (1871
1931), Anthony (18731880), William
Walter 18751960), Andrew (18761876),
Margaret Clara (18771955), Louis (1878
1903), John Sylvester (18801930), Rose M
(18831965), Verona A (18841945), Charles
C (18851956), Clara Maria Agnes (1887
1887), Aloysius Henry (18901894), Edward
E (18921924) and Henry John (18961970)
Mary C (Potthast) Shumaker died 23
November 1923 and John Henry Shumaker
died 13 November 1930 in Fort Jennings,
Putnam county, Ohio
William Pothast born 13 December 1853
in Dayton, Montgomery county, Ohio married Mary Elizabeth Lause on 24 October
1878 in St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church, Delphos, Allen county, Ohio. Mary
Elizabeth (Lause) was born on 03 September
1853 to Balthasar Henry and Maria Elizabeth
(Mohler) Lause near Delphos. Mary Elizabeth
died 23 September 1890. Two years after
Mary Elizabeths death William married
Agnes Amelia Emma Dolt on 8 November
1892 in St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church, Delphos. Children of William and
Mary Elizabeth (Lause) are: John Clifford
(18811962), Catherine E (18821966),
Joseph Frank (18841962), Theresa C (1887
1990) and Anna Josephina (18901890)
William Pothast died 06 October 1933
at his home at 610 S. Clay St. Delphos
and Agnes Amelia Emma (Dolt) Pothast
died less then a year later on 17 June 1934.
Elizabeth, William and Emma are all bur-

Event

(Continued from page 8)


Mr. Cain said that the
American Locomotive Co.,
which has four plants, in addition to the mother factory at
Schenectady, is now engaged in
mammoth orders for war supplies for the allies. The orders
are for shells and shrapnel.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 23, 1915

Children Start On
Trip to Cleveland
The children from Cleveland,
who returned to their homes
Friday, after enjoying a two
weeks outing in the homes of
residents of Delphos and vicinity, were a happy group when
they left here in the motor truck
for Continental, to board a
Nickel Plate train for the homeward trip. The children were
brought to the city building, the
truck leaving there about 1:30
oclock. Mrs. Theo. Odenweller,
chairman of the local committee, was in charge of the children. Dana Ward took the party
to Continental in his truck.
Delphos Herald,
Aug. 20, 1915

ied in St. Johns Cemetery, Delphos, Allen


county, Ohio.
John Anthony Pothast was born in Dayton,
Montgomery county, Ohio on 13 January
1856. On 17 April 1883 John married Mary
Elizabeth Lause, the sister of his brother
William wife. Mary Elizabeth Lause was
born 05 September 1865 near Delphos.
Children born to John and Mary Elizabeth
are: Rose Mary (18861967), Henry Joseph
(18881972), Frances Clara (18921982),
Anton Christian (18951895), Mary A
(18971984), Otto Henry (19001983), Leo
David (19011919), John Marcellus (1902
1987), Aloysius W (19051974), Elizabeth
A (19081998) and Raymond J (19111989)
John Anthony Pothast died 02 December
1927 and Mary Elizabeth (Lause) Pothast
died 19 November 1937 in her home on W.
Second St. Delphos, Allen county. Both are
interred in St. John the Baptist Cemetery,
Landeck, Allen county, Ohio
Joseph Frances Pothast born 18 February
1858 in Dayton, Montgomery county, Ohio.
Joseph died 12 June 1874 at the age of 16
years 3 months in Marion township, Allen
county and is buried in St. Johns Cemetery,
Delphos, Allen county, Ohio.
Frank Anthony Pothast was born 08
December 1860 in Dayton, Montgomery
county, Ohio. Frank married Matilda Mary
Carder in St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church, Delphos on 12 April 1883. Matilda
was born 02 September 1865 near Kalida,
Putnam county. Three children were born to
them: Clara Catharina (1885), Mary (1888)
and
Albert Henry (1892-1960)
Frank Anthony Pothast died 21 July 1937
in Fort Jennings, Putnam county, Ohio and
Matilda Mary (Carder) Pothast died 05 July
1945. Both Frank and Matilda are buried in
St. Johns Cemetery, Delphos, Allen county,
Ohio.
Elizabeth Pothast born 25 March 1863
in Dayton, Montgomery county, Ohio. On

2 May 1882 Elizabeth married Henry L


Rode, born 8 November 1856 in Dayton, to
Johannes Heinrich and Catherine (Marten)
Rode. Children born to Henry and Elizabeth
(Pothast) Rode are: Maria Catherine (18831883) John Henry (1884-1961), Anna Clara
(1885-1970), Maria Amelia (1887) Henryetta
Caroline (1889-1971) Joseph D (18921965), Henry Theodore (18941956), Maria
Elizabeth (1896) Frank Clement (1899-1964)
George Henry (19011953) and Arthur Frank
(19071999)
Henry died 6 July 1924 and Elizabeth
(Pothast) Rode died 3 February 1928.
Henry and Elizabeth are buried in St.
Johns Cemetery, Delphos, Allen county,
Ohio.
Anna Catherine Pothast was born 4
December 1865 in Marion township, Allen
county. Anna Catherine married Theodore
John Rode on 6 May 1884 at St. John
the Evangelist Catholic Church, Delphos.
Theodore John Rode was born 8 August 1861
in Putnam county, Ohio to Johannes Heinrich
and Catherine (Marten) Rode. Three children
were born to Anna and Theodore: Frank
William (1886-1962) Sylvester (1892-1963)
and Mary Elizabeth (19021939)
Theodore John Rode died 28 August 1939
and Anna Catherine (Pothast) Rode died 5
September 1955. Both are buried in St. Johns

Cemetery, Delphos, Allen county, Ohio.


Clara Anna Pothast was born 10 April
1867 by Delphos, Allen county.
She married David Krietemeyer
on 5 November 1889 in Delphos.
David Krietemeyer, born 28 May 1863
in
Wellingholzhausen,
Osnabruck,
Niedersachsen, Germany,
Children born to Clara Anna (Pothast) and
David Krietemeyer were:
Joseph William (1890), Anna (1892
1981), Theodore Bernard (18941976),
Clara Mary (1895), Amelia Veronica
(1899), Clara Matilda (1900) and Albert
Francis (19041983)
David Krietemeyer died 16 January 1938
in Jennings township, Putnam, Ohio and
Clara Anna (Pothast) Krietemeyer died on 10
May 1955 in Lima, Allen, Ohio. Both David
and Clara are buried in St. Joseph Cemetery,
Ft. Jennings, Putnam county, Ohio
On 16 November 1874 Johannes Antonius
Potthast was killed by falling tree limb.
Agnes Anna Katharina (Struik) Pothast died
23 July 1880. Both are buried in St. Johns
Cemetery, Delphos, Allen county, Ohio.
I would like to know who has the portrait
of Anna Katarina (Struik) Pothast that hung
in the home of Dr. Melvin A. and Marilyn A.
Rode.

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(Continued from page 1)

Meadows

items like soap and toothpaste.


Lutheran World Relief can be
found online at lwr.org.
In many parts of the world
taking care of sanitary needs
pose a real problem for girls.
Sanitary supplies are either
non-existent or too expensive.
Girls at that time of the month
use leaves, mattress stuffing,
newspapers or anything they
can find for sanitary care. For
many girls that time of the
month means missing a week
of school each month or dropping out entirely. This means up
to two months a year girls miss
educational and other oppor-

Fair Trade also encourages


ecologically sustainable farming practices. Coffee, tea and
chocolate are big items in Fair
Trade.
One church that is leading a Fair Trade project is
the Lutheran World Relief in
Baltimore, MD. In addition to
the Fair Trade project the organization also encourages people
to make and donate quilts and
to make and donate little care
kits that includes items such
pencils and such for schools
and personal care kits with

Ludwig

tunities.
But people can help alleviate
this stress for girls by donating
reusable cloth pads. A reusable
pad allows girls and women
to care for their menstruation
without requiring ongoing
donations. Instructions to make
various style pads and holders
can be found at donatepads.
org.
At the same website
you can also find a variety of
organizations such as afcaids.
org and daysforgirls.org, that
accept donations of pads as well
as money if you want.

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Eddington
(Continued from page 1)
Victoria Meadows Paulding High
School
Meadows is the daughter of Larry and
Bernice and the sister of Josh and Josiah. She
is in the Panthers Marching Band, science
club and an Olympiad. Meadows attends
United Methodist Church of Paulding and is
a member of the 4-H club Happy Bunch. She
loves to take pictures in her spare time. After
high school, she plans to attend Huntington
University and major in mathematics education with a minor in music theory.
Brooke Ludwig Wayne Trace High
School
Ludwig is the daughter of Eric and Sandy
Ludwig and the sister of Brittany, Holly,
Andrew and Blair. She is involved with the
Raiders Spirit Club. She also cheers for the
Celina Lakers All-Star Cheer and dances for
Kim Hohmans Dance Works. She enjoys
working as a lifeguard. After high school, she
will attend IPFW to pursue a degree in dental
assisting.
Shelbe Eddington Parkway High
School
Eddington is the daughter of Neil (Karen)
Eddington and Shannon (Andy) Wagner. She
also has four siblings: Chase Eddington and
Jack, Drew and Derrick Wagner. She runs
track and plays basketball for Parkway. She
is also involved with the marching and pep
bands, show choir, FTA, FFA and student
council. Outside of school, she is active with
4-H and loves spending time with her friends.
After high school, she will pursue a degree in
criminal justice
Mikayla Boesch Antwerp High School
Boesch is the daughter of James and Laura
and sister of Madison and Morgan. She is a
3-year letter holder of cheerleading and also
runs cross country for the Archers. She is also
involved with yearbook, student council, the
school musical, show choir and a member of

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Dance Doll Studio in Antwerp and has a job
at the Root Beer Stand. After high school, she
will attend OSU and major in nursing.
Katelyn Welch Van Wert High School
Welch, daughter of Rob and Jacque Welch,
sister of Kyra, Kaiven, Keaten, Keiley and
Kemlynn. Katelyn is involved with several
clubs at school: Beta Club, Service Pack,
Scarlet Squad, FCA and Junior Rotarian.
Outside of school, she is active with dance
at Kim Hohmans Dance Works and her 4-H
club the Bunny Hoppers, where she held the
office of president for four years. She also is
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In her spare time, she loves to babysit, spend
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Wright State University with a focus on premed. Upon graduation with her bachelors
degree, she will enroll in medical school to
become an anesthesiologist.
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reserved and any remaining tickets will be on
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Answers Wednesdays questions:


The statue of the Spirit of Ecstasy can be found on the hood of any Rolls Royce
car its the hood ornament. The statuette, which depicts a woman reaching her arms
behind her, has graced the front of almost every Rolls Royce sold since the 1920s.
Vanilla is derived from an orchid. The vanilla bean is the fruit of the V. Planifolia,
a flower belonging to the orchid family. Vanilla pods are the only edible fruit (that we
know about, anyway) produced by any variety of orchid.
Todays questions:
Where was President Richard Nixon when he delivered his now infamous line, I am
not a crook?
What small thing got in the way of composer Andrew Lloyd Webbers completing a
sequel to his smash Broadway hit Phantom of the Opera?
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