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BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS One vacant principal position at Delphos City Schools has been filled.
Social Studies teacher Chad Brinkman will
head Jefferson High School in August following John Edinger, who announced his
resignation Monday.
The school board voted Brinkman as
principal as they said farewell to Edinger,
who has been a driving force at the high
school for the last decade.
I want to thank Delphos City Schools
for taking a risk on a rookie, Edinger said
in parting words to the board. This can
be a tough profession. Ive been through
four superintendents and Ive buried two
employees. Chad will do great. He thinks

outside the box and is a great father.


Edinger attended his last prom on
Saturday and said commencement on May
28 will be emotional.
Ive seen 350 kids come through here a
year, Edinger said. Those were my kids.
Edinger will head Spencervilles digital
academy beginning in August.
Brinkman has been with the district for
16 years and began his teaching career at
Upper Scioto Valley in 1996. The class of
1989 Ottawa-Glandorf alum is also an Ohio
State University graduate and earned his
administrative certification at Urbana.
I have a passion for education and kids,
Brinkman said. I have been empowered
in my classroom and Im ready to lead a
school, not just a classroom.
Brinkman said he has big shoes to fill.
John Edinger is loyal, genuine and pas-

sionate, he said. He has done a great job


as principal. I dont see a lot of challenges
right away. Ill just keep the boat straight for
a while and then see what changes I want
to implement. The high school has the best
staff Ive ever worked with. Theyre good.
Very good.
Superintendent Kevin Wolfe echoed
Brinkmans assessment of Edinger.
Edinger is the best Ive ever seen,
Wolfe said. He truly cares about the kids
and everything he does is geared toward
them.
Those who attended the recent class play
may have noticed a difference in the sound
quality in the middle school gymnasium.
The district was the recipient of more than
$10,000 in sound equipment donated by
Act One Productions, Inc., in Westerville.
The donation was possible through a rela-

tionship between alum and district volunteer Rusty Thompson, who spoke with
Steve Brandenburg of Act One about what
kind of sound system would work best.
Brandenburg then gifted the equipment to
the school, saying he was upgrading and it
might as well go to good use.
Thompson asked the board to write a
letter of thanks to Brandenburg and also
proposed a new sound system setup for
the gymnasium. Thompsons plan includes
relocating several rows of seating in the
auditorium and building a cabinet at the center back of the gallery that would house the
equipment and could be secured when not
in use. He also recommended the purchase
of a $900 24-channel, 4-bus mix board to
support the new wireless equipment.
See BOARD, page 13

Students to roll
up sleeves for
new vaccine
requirements
BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com

Jefferson celebrates Fire and Ice prom


The Delphos Eagles Lodge hosted more than 180 prom-goers Saturday. Jefferson High Schools held its Fire and Ice prom. Seniors,
juniors, their dates and chaperones danced the night away. (Submitted photo)

Ohio seventh-graders and


seniors will roll up their sleeves
for a new vaccine this year. These
students will now be required to
receive the meningococcal vaccine, or MCV4, to protect against
meningitis.
Gov. John Kasich signed the
bill requiring students to receive
the meningococcal vaccine for
the 2016-2017 school year in July
2015. The new law requires seventh-grade students receive the
first dose of the vaccine and seniors
receive a second dose, or booster.
Prior to the upcoming school year,
students were never required to
receive MCV4.
Incoming seventh-grade students have been required to receive
the Tdap vaccine, which protects
against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, since 2012. According to
Lisa Horstman from Allen County
Public Health, 83 percent of students age 13-17 had received the
vaccine in 2014. That number is
considered high, too.
The goal for that vaccine is 80
percent, Horstman said.
See VACCINE, page 13

McCoy urges resident to get


ready for severe weather season
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VAN WERT COUNTY Its that
time of the year when the community
needs to start gearing up and preparing
for the severe weather season, said Rick
McCoy, Van Wert County Emergency
Management Director. Historically,
severe storms usually start affecting the
county around the second to third week
of May of each year.
So far this spring, thunderstorms and
tornadoes have been confined south of
our area and also out into the Plains. That
is about to change, McCoy said.
A change in the jet stream along with
the pattern of coming out of a strong El
Nino winter means stormy days ahead
for the last half of May and the month
of June.
If history repeats itself like past
weakening El Ninos, strong storms will
affect the area followed by a hot, dry
summer, McCloy said.

In preparing for a possible active season, the EMA is suggesting the following
tips in safety preparedness:
Know how to get alerts in severe
weather events and how to protect yourself. These include:
Listen to local AM/FM radio for
announcements.
Follow EMA statements if you have
a scanner on frequency 155.805 MHz.
Purchase a NOAA all-hazards
weather radio for National Weather
Service alerts.
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vanwertema.com, which shares National
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Facebook page for weather updates.
See WEATHER, page 13

CWU set annual May Friendship Day event

Church Women United will hold the annual May Friendship Day service at 2 p.m.
on Sunday at St. Peter Lutheran Church. This years theme is Finding Grace at
the Table. The event acts as a catalyst for building healing relationships within
the local community. Light refreshments will be served with no cookie sales. All
are welcome.

Classifieds 10-11 | Entertainment 9 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Next Generation 5 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-7 | Weather 2
The Ottoville Local Schools will hold its
11th annual Cancer Walk on Friday to help
raise money for The American Cancer Society
Relay for Life.
The opening ceremony will start at 8:30
a.m. in the high school gym. The school and
the community will proceed to the track for
a survivors lap and picture. The walk will

continue throughout the day. The day will end


with a closing ceremony at 2:15 p.m.
There will be cinnamon rolls, root beer
floats and drinks provided along with many
entertaining games.
The community is invited to join them.
Anyone wanting to make a donation can bring
it to the high school office.

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DHI MEDIA
2015 Published in Delphos, Ohio

Volume 145, No. 95

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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

The Delphos
Herald

OBITUARIES
evelyn M. Meyers
nov. 3, 1924-May 8, 2016
DELPHOS Evelyn M.
Meyers, 91, of Delphos passed
away on Sunday at Vancrest
Healthcare Center.
She was born Nov. 3, 1924,
in Hancock County to William
and Anna (Butler) Walter,
who preceded her in death.
She is also preceded in death
by her step-mother, Gladys
Fullweiller.
She was united in marriage
to Philip Meyers on March 14,
1959; he preceded her in death
in 1999.
She is survived by three
sons, Norman (Donna) Meyers
of Colorado, Glen (Cathy)
Meyers of Iowa and Dale
(Treena) Meyers of Columbus;
eight grandchildren; and
numerous great-grandchildren.
She was also preceded in
death by two sons, Gary and
Neal Meyers; a sister, Mary
Gallaway; a brother, Ralph
Walter Meyers; and step-sister,
Martha Meyers.
She was a member of
Jennings Road Church of
Christ and she was a housewife. She enjoyed crafts and
flowers.
Funeral services will begin
at 11 a.m. on Friday at Harter
and Schier Funeral Home,
Pastor Glen Meyers officiating.
Burial will follow in Memorial
Park Cemetery in Lima.
Friends may call from 4-8
p.m. on Thursday and one hour
prior to the service Friday at the
funeral home.
Memorial contributions will
be designated by the family.

robert Bob Frank


Metcalf

Wilma Jean Carder


sept. 9, 1931-May 10, 2016
DELPHOS Wilma Jean
Carder, 84, passed away on
Tuesday at Sarah Jane Living
Center, Delphos.
She was born on Sept. 19,
1931, in Lima to Earl J. and
Cecil M. (Copus) Cheney, who
preceded her in death. On Dec.
8, 1950, she married Charles E.
Carder in Lima. He preceded
her in death on Feb. 1, 2002.
She is survived by her daughter, Deborah (Clifford) Mayes,
Delphos; a sister, Betty Gibbs,
Lima; two brothers-in-law, Harold Nick (Jeannette) Carder,
Cridersville, and Melvin (Susan) Carder, Las Vegas, Nevada; two
step-granddaughters, Angela (David) Hague and Kristin (Jessie)
Williams; 17 nieces and nephews and numerous great nieces and
nephews; and five step-great grandchildren.
She is also preceded in death by a brother, Frank Cheney; two
sisters, Doris Swallow and Cecil Dawson; two sisters-in-law, Della
Carder and Maureen Cheney; and three brothers-in-law, Dale
Swallow, Darryl Dawson and Kelsey Gibbs.
Mrs. Carder was a 1950 graduate of Lima Central High School.
Following high school, she worked at the Metropolitan Bank.
Although primarily a homemaker, she also had worked at Excello,
JC Penney and the West Ohio Gas Company.
She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in
Delphos. She belonged to the Delphos Chapter # 26, Order of
Eastern Star and had been a member of the Delphos Bridge Club
and the Delphos Eagles Auxiliary #471. She was a faithful volunteer working at the Red Cross blood drives in Delphos for more
than 15 years.
Jean was an avid reader, she loved working crossword puzzles
and excelled at craft-making.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Friday at Harter
and Schier Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Walnut Grove
Cemetery.
Visitation will be held from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Thursday
and 1 hour prior to the service on Friday at the funeral home. There
will be an Easter Star service on at 8 p.m. Thursday.
Books in memory of Jean or other contributions may be donated
to the Delphos Public Library.

June 5, 1946-May 7, 2016


DELPHOS Heaven
received another angel on
Saturday at 1:50 a.m. as
Robert F. Metcalf, 69, passed
away at St Ritas Medical
Center in Lima surrounded by
his loving family.
He was born June 5, 1946,
in Santa Cruz, California, to
Donald C. Metcalf, who preceded him in death, and Grace
(Eshelby) Metcalf, who survives in Delphos.
Bob was united in marriage to the love of his life, Susan
Sue (Schrader) Metcalf on Sept. 19, 1970, in Santa Cruz.
They met while both were stationed at Hamilton AFB in
California. She survives in Delphos.
He is also survived by daughter Mandie (Sgt. John JJ)
Harris of Richland, North Carolina; granddaughter, Madison
Brown, unborn grandson, John Robert due October 2016
and grandson Tyler Rex of Van Wert; brothers-in-law, John
Schrader and Jim (Rene) Schrader of Delphos; and sistersin-law, Julie Conrad of Columbus Grove, Linda McClureHammons of Ottoville and GiGi (Larry) Dodd of Central
Point, Oregon. He is also survived by three cousins, Richard
(Ellen) Metcalf of Copperopolis, California, Toni Diane
(Gary) West of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, and Thomas Metcalf of
Las Vegas, Nevada; and multiple nieces and nephews. Also,
survived by his brother from another mother, Chuck (Cindy)
Shoemaker of Delphos; and his faithful companions, his
boys Blue and Littman.
Bob was a member of Delphos St. Johns Church. He was
a life member of VFW Post 3035, American Legion 268,
Delphos Eagles 471, also NALC Union and Mail Handler
Union.
He was a Vietnam veteran serving from 1966-70 in the U.S.
Air Force, spending 1968-69 in Bien Hoa, Vietnam, in security
police. He was employed by the United States Postal Service
for 32 years, Unverferth Manufacturing, Fruehauf Corp and
Santa Cruz City Schools. He was a 1965 graduate of Santa
Cruz High School.
Bob enjoyed woodworking. He was a collector and most
happy collecting watches, hats and T-shirts. His infectious personality and smile had the ability to make people laugh, which
gained him many friends anywhere and everywhere he went.
Kenneth Vogt
He also truly enjoyed his friends at his table at the Eagles.
Funeral services will be held at noon today at Harter
Kenneth Vogt of Delphos & Schier Funeral Home, Pastor Dave Howell officiating.
passed away on Monday at Military Honors will be provided by the Delphos Veterans
Vancrest Healthcare Center of Council. Burial will be held at a later date in Arlington
DHi Media staff reports
Delphos.
National Cemetery.
Arrangements are incomVisitation will be held one hour prior to services today at
DELPHOS Delphos Police investigated
plete at Harter and Schier the funeral home.
two accidents recently.
Funeral Home.
Memorial Contributions may be made to Donors Choice.
A Kansas man was cited for improper backing
on Friday.
According to reports, James Green, 50, of
Gardner, Kansas, was backing his vehicle on
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Citation in backing accident;


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in front of the home at 1741 Carolyn Drive, striking the front of the vehicle.
No one was injured.
On Monday, a hit-skip drive struck a vehicle
legally parked in front of 154 W. Third St. owned
by Sarah Knippen, 28, of Fort Jennings.
Knippen told police was away from her vehicle and when she returned, it had damage in the
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Raabe Ford raises money for Relay


The community came out to support the Raabe Ford Lincoln Relay for Life fundraiser on Saturday. The car dealership
had a car wash, cookout and bake sale and gave away gift certificates to help fund the local Relay effort. Above: Some
of the participants and Raabe Ford employees enjoying the nice weather for the fundraiser. (DHI Media/Vicki Gossman)

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ORBS to investigate
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the unexplained is the mission of a group called the Ohio
Researchers of Banded Spirits (ORBS) and on Saturday, they
will be coming to Fort Jennings to investigate the Jennings
Memorial Hall and the original fort site and cemetery.
ORBS is one of Ohios top paranormal teams, and has been
featured on several television shows including seasons one
and two of Animal Planets series, The Haunted; Biography
Channels, My Ghost Story; and on the History Channels
Haunted History. The teams preliminary assessment of
these sites will lead up to a Ghost Tour to be held in Fort
Jennings this October.
ORBS contacted the Memorial Hall group last year after
hearing about the failed haunted house attraction shut down by
a complaint to the State Fire Marshall.
I brought it to the attention of my team, and we decided
we would love to help to raise money for the cause, ORBS
Project Manager Karlo Zuzic said. Our goal has always been
to raise money for our historical landmarks so they can be
around for others to enjoy.
The Fort Jennings Ghost Hunt, coming in October, will be
open to the public for an admission. The event is designed to
educate and entertain participants of all ages. All proceeds
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COLUMBUS Senate
President Keith Faber on
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return of the popular Ohio
Sales Tax Holiday for
Aug. 5-7, providing relief
for families during the
back-to-school shopping
season.
Cosponsored by Senator
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and use tax exemption for
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first weekend in August.
Governor Kasich signed
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widely hailed as successful

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year.
Ohios
Sales
Tax
Holiday will once again
assist families as they
send their children back to
school, said Faber. This
provides an opportunity for
families to keep more of
their hard-earned money
while boosting sales for
local retailers.
In 2015, the tax-free
shopping period was praised
by both back-to-school
shoppers and retailers. The
legislation also requires all
online vendors to waive the
collection of local and state
sales taxes on designated
items during the three-day
tax holiday.
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3D mammography, or
Tomosyntheses, is a new
screening and diagnostic test
for breast cancer offering
women and their physicians
a more accurate way to detect
the presence of breast abnormalities. 3D mammography
is a significant advance in
mammographic imaging.
Traditional technology, or 2D
mammography, gives physicians two views of each
breast from right angles,
taken from the top and side of
the breast. Breast tissue can
sometimes overlap, creating
an illusion that makes normal tissue appear abnormal,
or possibly hiding potential
issues. With 3D technology,
multiple images from varying
angles are taken, allowing the
radiologist to see more clearly through the multiple layers
of breast tissue.
Early data suggests that
3D mammograms detect
more cancers earlier, which
means the cancers are smaller and often easier to treat.
There is also greater accuracy in pinpointing size, shape,
and location of abnormali-

ties. This can result in finding


cancers that might be missed
with conventional 2D mammography. It also means less
chance of being called back
for more images.
This
new
technology gives us more definitive results, as it removes
superimposed distractions,
said Darlene Weyer, DO,
Medical Director of the
Womens Health Center at
Lima Memorial. With 2D
mammography, about 5 to 12
percent of women are called
back for follow-up testing,
which can result in false
positives and unnecessary
additional follow-up testing,
including biopsies. The 3D
technology has been found
to reduce that number by 15
percent. This means some
women dont need additional imaging, which reduces
stress, false positives and
costs, Dr. Weyer said.
The radiation exposure
with a 3D mammogram is
well within the safe zone.
The total radiation dose,
even when both 2D and 3D
images are obtained from
the same mammogram, is
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Marion Township Trustees


Information submitted
MARION TOWNSHIP Marion Township Trustees
met Monday at the Marion Township office with the following members present: Joseph Youngpeter, Jerry Gilden and
Howard Violet.
The purpose of the meeting was to pay bills and conduct
ongoing business. The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved as read.
The trustees then reviewed the bills and gave approval for
15 checks totaling $10,337.93.
Road Foreman Elwer reported that they started doing patching on the township roads and also they did some tile cleaning
along Bliss Road and Billymack Road.
Fiscal Officer Kimmet gave the trustees the Fund Status and
Bank Reconciliation Reports for April 30 to review and sign.
He also asked for a resolution to move monies from within the General Fund due to an unexpected increase from the
health district which was made by Trustee Violet.
He gave the trustees a copy of the 2017 Budget for their
review.
There being no further business, a motion by Trustee Gilden
to adjourn was seconded by Trustee Violet and passed unanimously.

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Local/State
CALENDAR OF
EVENTS

TODAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam
County Museum is open, 202
E. Main St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is
open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite
at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club
meets at The Grind.
4 p.m. Delphos Public
Library board members meet
at the library conference
room.
6 p.m. Shepherds of
Christ Associates meet in the
St. Johns Chapel.
7 p.m. Bingo at St.
Johns Little Theatre.
THURSDAY
9-11 a.m. The Delphos
Canal Commission Museum,
241 N. Main St., is open.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is
open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite
at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
3-7 p.m. The Interfaith
Thrift Store is open for shopping.
8 p.m. American
Legion Post 268, 415 N.
State St.
FRIDAY
7:30 a.m. Delphos
Optimist Club, A&W DriveIn, 924 E. Fifth St.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is
open.
11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Interfaith Thrift Store is open
for shopping.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite
at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
SATURDAY
8:30-11:30 a.m. St.
Johns High School recycle,
enter on East First Street.
9 a.m. - noon Interfaith
Thrift Store is open for shopping.
St.
Vincent
dePaul
Society, located at the east
edge of the St. Johns High
School parking lot, is open.
Cloverdale recycle at village park.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is
open.
12:15 p.m. Testing of
warning sirens by Delphos
Fire and Rescue.

In the Waiting
Room ...

Anniversary

with Dr. Celeste Lopez

Space Invaders
When you become a parent, one of the
first things you become aware of is that you
no longer have any personal space. Children
tend to cling. If you are in the kitchen they
are in the kitchen, usually hanging on your
leg. If you are in the bathroom, they are in the
bathroom or pounding on the door wondering
when you are coming out. Really? There isnt
an escape hatch in here; I promise I will come
out.
If you want to read the newspaper, they are
in your lap. When you sit down, they want
you to come play with them. They surround
you like orbiting planets and your magnetic
force field keeps pulling them closer to you.
You get used to it. You accept that the concept of alone time no longer exists for you.
Dont get me wrong; there is nothing better
than snuggling on the couch with a cute toddler and its fun to have them toddling around
after you like baby ducks.
The constant presence is something you
come to expect, which makes it all the more
difficult when they become teenagers and
completely disappear from your solar system.
Suddenly, the kid who was always bouncing
around in whatever room I was in, the kid
who wanted to watch whatever show I was
watching and talk to whoever I was on the
phone with, is never around. He is off with his
friends, he listens to his own music, watches
his own TV shows and doesnt need me to
share his leisure time.
You would think that after years of having
no me time this would be great. I will admit
that sometimes it is but mostly I miss that
kid. I miss not having him there when I am

watching TV. I miss that there is no one there


snatching all the cookie dough out of the bowl
while I am making cookies. I miss having my
wingman with me whenever I went to the
store. That is the funny thing about kids. Just
when they are getting fun and interesting, they
no longer find you either fun or interesting.
Now, suddenly I am the one who is invading his space. He no longer likes the shows
we used to watch together, he doesnt like the
songs we used to listen to and I am way too
inept at video games to make it fun for either
one of us.
I suppose I should count my blessings: he
still talks to me, he will go out to eat with me
and he is, on occasion, willing to go to the
movies with me (if he has no one better to
go with).
I also now have time for reading and crafting. I can watch any show on TV that I want
to. When I go to the grocery store, I dont
have to argue about what cereal to buy or drag
him from the toy aisle. So it isnt all bad but
for you parents out there who still have your
little space invaders in the house, dont forget
to enjoy every moment. They will be on their
own before you know it.
Dr. Celeste Lopez graduated cum laude
from The University of Utah College of
Medicine. She completed her Pediatric residency training at the Childrens Hospital of
Michigan. She is certified with The American
Board of Pediatrics since 1992. In 2003 she
moved her practice, Wishing Well Pediatrics,
to Delphos and is located at 154 W. Third
Street. She is the proud mother of a 16-yearold son.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vondran


Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vondran will observe 50 years of
marriage on May 21.
They will celebrate with a dinner with family and
friends.
Jerry and the former Pat Reedy were united in marriage on May 21, 1966, at St. Leonards Catholic Church,
Heath, Ohio, the Rev. Edwin McNulty officiating.
They are the parents of James (Bethany) Vondran of
Cincinnati and Brian (Erin) Vondran of Boardman. They
also have four grandchildren, Chase and Sasha Vondran
(Jim) and Emma and Lily Vondran (Brian).
Jerry is a mechanical engineer at General Electric
Aviation. Pat is a secretary at Hopewell Elementary
School.

THRIFT SHOP VOLUNTEERS


May 12-14
THURSDAY: Nancy Bonifas, Abby Bonifas, Eloise
Shumaker, Sharon Wannemacher, Lyn Rhoads and Ruth
Calvelage.
FRIDAY: Joyce Day, June Link, Diana Mullen, Judy
Pohlman and Eloise Shumaker.
SATURDAY: Julie Fuerst, Joyce Feathers and Fran Schuck.
THRIFT SHOP HOURS: 3-7 p.m. Thursday; 11 a.m.-4
p.m. Friday; and 9 a.m.-noon Saturday.
To volunteer, contact Volunteer Coordinator Barb Haggard
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JMS Reading Fair winners


Denise Lindemans and Kay Gossmans Advance Language Arts classes at Jefferson Middle School recently participated in a Reading Fair. Students
were required to read a fiction book and create a poster board that included their Reading Common Core Standards. The winners were chosen by
peers and staff. On the left-hand side are Mrs. Lindemans 7th-grade winners: Damon Wiltsie, third place; Rileigh Rahrig, first place; and Karlie
Ulm, second place. On the right side are Kay Gossmans 8th-grade winners Sydnie McGue, second place; Audrey North, first place; and Anna Cline,
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The date for livestock identification and weigh-in has been
announced.
Sheep, Goat and Dairy
Feeder Weigh-in will be June
4 at the Van Wert County
Fairgrounds. Dairy feeders will
weigh in at the beef barn and
sheep and goats will weigh at
the Hog Barn. Animals will
weigh in from 7:30-10:30 a.m.
Exhibitors must be present with
their animal to identify it and
weigh-in but the animal must
attend weigh-in to be eligible to
participate in the Jr. Fair.
All exhibitors should
enter off of Fox Road and
will receive further instructions. Once parked, exhibitors
should wait until their animals are identified before they
cross the scales. Sheep and
goat exhibitors may directly enter the scales as their
identification is their USDA
scrapies tag.
Hog exhibitors will be asked
to pick up identification tags
for their animals and return the
paperwork and required photo
identification in lieu of physically tagging on location. No
hogs are to be brought onto the
fairgrounds for any of the tagging events. FFA members will
be given tags by their advisors.
4-H members can pick up their
tags on June 4 during the weighin for dairy feeders, goats and
sheep at the south end of the
fairgrounds near the Farm Focus
Arena. Tags can be picked up
from 8-10:30 a.m.

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Pictured with the Motoman and FANUC robots are, from left, Kyle Maag (Fort Jennings), Isaac Smith (Kalida), Alex
Burgei (Ottoville) and Marcus Landin (Kalida), all juniors in the Vantage Industrial Mechanics program taught by
Kevin Van Oss. (Submitted photo)

Vantage gets $500K grant for RAMTEC Robotics


BY TED VERHOFF
Trade & Industrial
supervisor
The
Precision
Machining, Electricity and
Industrial Mechanics programs at Vantage recently received the news that
they were awarded an
Ohio Straight A Grant
for $500,000 through the
Robotics and Advanced
Manufacturing Technology
Education Collaborative
(RAMTEC)
which
is
housed at Tri-Rivers Career
Center in Marion. These
grant monies will be used
to supplement the two programmable robots and one
robotic welder currently at
Vantage.
Included in the grant is
money for both Motoman
and FANUC industrial
robots and simulators, CNC
machines and certifications, Programmable Logic
Controllers (PLCs) and
hydraulic trainers. Along

with the equipment come


opportunities for students
to get certifications in a
variety of advanced manufacturing operations.
This is an incredible
opportunity for not only
Vantage Career Center and
its students but also for the
area businesses that rely on
robotics in their facilities.
This grant will allow us to
stay current in the area of
robotics and allow our students to be trained on stateofthe-art equipment,
stated Ted Verhoff, Trade
and Industrial Supervisor.
The equipment and
curriculum is expected
to arrive in the next 6-7
months.
Vantage would like
to thank General Motors
Powertrain (Defiance) and
B.K. Tool (Kalida) for their
letters of support in order
for us to receive the grant.
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thrive in our region and it
is imperative that Vantage

does its part in order to


train our students not only
for their chosen career field
but also for the many colleges that offer degrees in
the advanced manufacturing industry.

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Sports

Smith hires on as Cats rout Rangers in hardball


new cage coach for
Shenandoah HS
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

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

DELPHOS Challenges
come to every life, so its
what you do with them that
makes for success or failure.
Former Jefferson boys
basketball coach Marc Smith,
who announced his resignation from that post in early
March, took his time to figure
out how to deal with his latest
challenge.
However, with his love of
coaching basketball, that was
always going to be part of the
equation.
Its no surprise, then,
that his next move is to
Shenandoah High School
in Sarahsville, near the West
Virginia border in southeast
Ohio and coach boys basketball for the Zeps varsity
program.
The Zeps are part of
the Ohio Valley Athletic
Conference.
I applied to five schools
and was offered the job by
three of them: Shenandoah;
Cripple Creek in Colorado;
and LaJunta in Colorado. I
really liked LaJunta but the
prospect of moving my family so far away was a negative
for us, he explained. Things
hadnt fallen into place at that
time to do so. Shenandoah is
a good situation and everything did fall into place.
They are a basketball school
with an improving football
program; they had a basketball coach that retired about
seven years ago that won 454

games. However, theyve had


two since and theyve struggled, so they are looking for a
turnaround.
I hit it off immediately
with the administration and
we have a similar approach to
doing things; they dont want
a quick fix and neither do I.
Id like to win immediately
but thats not the immediate
goal. I think what I bring to
the table: discipline, organization, the desire to build a
youth program and build a
feeder system for the high
school; is what they wanted.
Were looking to build success the right way.
He has been making the
regular 6-hour round trip a
number of times.
Ive been to their open
gyms a few times now. I
have talked to the players
they have nine lettermen
and four starters back from
a 4-19 team last year but it
will take some time to find
out what that really means
and their families and I like
what I see: work ethic, athleticism, a desire to improve.
I like the possibilities that are
being presented to me, he
continued. The final piece
of the puzzle was that its a
place where my daughter is
really comfortable. They have
a strong volleyball program
and she has a desire to be part
of that, plus they have an up
and coming basketball program; she also is excited to
be part of that as an incoming
freshman.
See SMITH, page 7

What happens in
Vegas and the
Draft revisited
Jim Metcalfe
As most everyone
knows by now, I did
spend a few days in
Las Vegas last weekend/week, so I did
miss a few days at
work.
Needless to say,
what happens in
Vegas There is
nothing to see here!
Also needless to say, it was a lot of fun but I never imagined
doing so much walking.
For all of the 2,356,434 of my loyal readers, my legs and
feet are doing just fine!
Sometimes, you just need to get away and change your
perspective now and then. It does a body good.
==========
Now, I will pick up from the NFL Draft.
I realize that that the Draft has become BIG business; it is
a professional football junkies second-biggest fix (after the
games themselves).
It has to be if you are going to stay enthused for three days.
I have written before that I never thought it was a good idea
but, as in all things modern when it comes to sports, bigger
has become (supposedly) better and definitely more lucrative.
I thought the Cleveland Browns made the smart move to
trade down and acquire a bunch more draft picks instead of
grabbing a top rookie QB and letting him get pounded.
Again, it reminded me of what that sly old fox Jimmy
Johnson did in rebuilding the Dallas Cowboys after the Gil
Brandt/Tex Schramm/Tom Landry brain trust let that team
fall apart when it let its we can get the player(s) no one else
can (meaning the players no one wanted!) attitude grow
unchecked.
The Browns maybe have realized you dont build with the
QB first because he gets the snot beaten out of him you
build around him first, then pluck your guy.
They needed to build the roster first and with 14 picks, I
think they have upgraded the talent considerably.
As I have written before, imagine if Big Ben had gone to
the Browns instead of Tim Couch. I wonder if Big Ben would
still be upright.
I am glad they are giving Robert Griffith III a legit chance
I think he can still play but needed a change in scenery
and Cody Kessler is a lot better than what people think.
The Cincinnati Bengals didnt have nearly as many picks
seven but from all accounts, they made good use of all
of them.
We shall see if they begin to reverse their recent trend of
taking a chance on bad boys.
As I wrote before, I think my team, Dallas, did a good think
in taking Zeke Elliott out of OSU in the first round.
They also got around to drafting a quarterback, Dak
Prescott, out of Mississippi State in the fourth round.
They hadnt taken a quarterback since Stephen McGee, a
quarterback (more like a running back playing QB) drafted
in the fourth round in 2009 who started one lousy game (even
with Tony Romo injuries twice shortening his season considerably).

Metcalfes
Musings

See MUSINGS, page 7

DELPHOS Jeffersons
baseball crew put it all
together Monday evening at
Wildcat Field.
They used a 3-headed crew to piece together a
5-inning no-hitter.
They totaled up 12 hits,
five of them doubles.
They also had only one
error.
All told, it amounted to a
10-0 rout of New Knoxville.
The no-hitter was between
starter Gage Mercer (2 1/3
innings, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts),
lefty Jake Pulford (1 2/3 IP, 1
walk, 3 Ks) and Brett Mahlie
(1 IP, 1 hit batter, 3 Ks) that
combined for 81 pitches (48
for strikes).
The offense was paced by
cleanup hitter Pulford (3-for3, 6 runs batted in on two
doubles and a single), third
batter Jace Stockwell (3-for3, 1 RBI, 3 runs scored) and
sixth batter Eli Kimmett
(2-for-3, RBI).
The only base-runners for
the Rangers (2-18) were Nick
Topp on a 2-out walk in the
first, reaching third on a steal
and an error; Topp on a 1-out
walk in the fourth (2 steals);
and Jared Osborne on a 2-out
hit-by-pitch (steal).
Our offense has been
hit or miss; we havent been
consistent by any means.
We have gotten better as the
season goes; today, we got

Jeffersons Jace Stockwell makes contact during a baseball contest versus New Knoxville
Monday at Wildcat Field. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
the swings together and we
gained confidence, Jefferson
head coach Doug Geary said.
Pitching wise, we didnt
have Gage at the start of
the year and we had a couple others we were expecting to help have arm issues,
so some young guys were
forced to get innings. Now,
basically, were healthy. The
key from our rebound from
a 1-10 start is our defense.
We have played much better
defensively the last half of
the season.
The Wildcats (9-16) got
the only runs they needed

in the home first against


Rangers
complete-game
starter Nathan Merges. With
one gone, Damien Dudgeon
walked, Stockwell singled
and both scored courtesy
of Pulfords double down
the right-field line. Easton
Siefkers double to left plated
Dudgeon for a 3-nil edge.
Jefferson made it 7-0 in
the second. With one gone,
Mercer lined a hit to left,
stole second, moved to third
on a bunt single by Dudgeon
and scored on an error on the
play, with the batter advancing to second. Stockwells

infield hit put runners on the


corner. After he stole second, Pulfords second 2-RBI
double made it 6-0. The latter scored on a 2-out bloop
double by Kimmett between
three fielders in short center.
Delphos closed scoring in
the home third. Again with
one down, Mahlie grounded a hit up the gut, burgled
second and after Mercer
walked scored on a 2-out
ground-rule double to left by
Stockwell. Pulfords grounder to center plated Mercer and
Stockwell for a 10-0 edge.
See CATS, page 7

Kalida Schools set to hire Stechschulte


to replace venerable Coach Kortokrax
Information Submitted

KALIDA According to Kalida


Athletic Director Adam Huber, Kalida
Local Schools has concluded its interview process and it intends to recommend a new boys basketball coach at the
board meeting today.
The administration has offered the
position to Ryan Stechschulte, former
head coach at Columbus Grove High
School.
Stechschulte is a 1999 graduate of
Fort Jennings High School and a 2002

Information Submitted
Big Green erupt versus
Rockets
PANDORA Ottovilles
baseball team scored 13 times
in the top of the first and
bashed Pandora-Gilboa 14-2
in a 5-inning Putnam County
League contest Monday at
Pandora.
Rocket starter Fleming
never recorded an out in the
frame, walking three, ceding
three hits and hitting one batter en route to all seven runs
being earned.
Jared Fanning went the
distance in a 5-hitter, with no
runs earned, and fanning five.
Ottoville visits Leipsic 5
p.m. today in Division IV
Sectional action.
BATTING
AB R H RBI BB SO LOB
Ottoville
J Fanning 2 2 1 1 1 0 0, B
Schnipke 2 2 1 1 1 0 2, Z Martin 3 2
1 1 0 0 4, T Warnecke 4 2 1 2 0 0 6,
N Moorman 3 2 2 3 0 0 0, B Boecker
2 1 0 1 2 1 3, D Kemper 2 1 0 1 1 1 3,
G Schulte 1 0 0 0 0 0 1, C Schnipke 3
1 1 2 0 0 3, A Schimmoeller 1 0 0 0
0 0 1, R Bendele 2 1 0 1 2 0 3. Totals
25 14 7 13 7 2 8.
Pandora-Gilboa
Shartell 2 0 0 0 0 1 1, Meyer
1 0 0 0 0 1 0, Nofziger 3 1 1 0 0
0 0, Johnson 2 0 1 0 0 0 1, Stall 1
0 1 1 0 0 0, Walther 1 0 0 0 0 0 1,
Koepplinger 2 0 0 0 0 1 1, Shartell
2 0 1 0 0 1 0, Huffman 2 1 1 0 0 0
1, McCullough 2 0 0 0 0 0 2, Decker
1 0 0 1 0 1 1. Totals 19 2 5 2 0 5 3.
Score by Innings: R H E
Ottoville (13) 0 0 0 1 - 14 7 1
Pand.-Gilb. 1 1 0 0 0 - 2 5 4
LOB: Ottoville 8, PandoraGilboa 3; 2B: Moorman, Nofziger;
SB: Boecker 2, Fanning; SF: Decker.
PITCHING
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Ottoville
Fanning (W) 5.0 5 2 0 0 5 0
Pandora-Gilboa
Fleming (L) 0.0 3 7 7 3 0 0
Shartell 5.0 4 7 5 4 2 0
Hit Batters: Shartell 3, Fleming.
P-S: Fanning 63-40; Fleming 28-9,
Shartell 101-54.

===========
J. Kuhlman pitches
Miller City by Musketeers
MILLER CITY J.
Kuhlman tossed a 3-hitter

graduate of the University of Findlay.


He began his coaching career at
Fort Jennings High School, serving as
a varsity assistant for three seasons
before moving to the same position at
Columbus Grove for the 2006-07 season.
He then moved up to the head junior
varsity coach at Grove for four seasons
from 2007-11 before moving to the top
position starting in the 2011-12 season
after Todd Turnwald left to become the
head coach at Ottoville.
While at Grove, Coach Stechschulte

had a 4-year record of 67-31, which


included a Putnam County League title
in 2012, sectional titles all four years
and District finals appearances in 2012,
2013 and 2015.
Stechschulte replaces Hall of Fame
Coach Richard Kortokrax, Ohios alltime winningest boys basketball coach,
who announced his retirement from
coaching boys basketball at Kalida High
School on April 22 following 890 career
wins.

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in pacing Miller City to a


3-1 Putnam County League
baseball triumph over Fort
Jennings Monday.
He outdueled the combined Austin Luebrecht and
Sam Vetter.
Luke Trentman had two
hits and Luebrecht the other
for the Orange and Black.

BATTING
AB R H RBI BB SO LOB
Fort Jennings
L Trentman 4 0 2 1 0 1 1, A
Luebrecht 4 0 1 0 0 1 4, B Wehri 3 0
0 0 0 0 3, K Hellman 3 0 0 0 0 0 2, A
Sealts 3 0 0 0 0 1 2, S Vetter 2 1 0 0
1 2 1, C Stechschulte 2 0 0 0 0 2 1, R
Hoersten 1 0 0 0 0 0 1, L Hardeman
2 0 0 0 0 2 1, N Grote 0 0 0 0 1 0 0,
D Luersman 3 0 0 0 0 2 2. Totals 27
1 3 1 2 11 7.
Miller City
J Lammers 4 1 2 0 0 0 1, C Niese
2 0 0 0 2 0 2, J Schimmoeller 3 0 1
0 1 0 3, J Schnipke 4 1 1 0 0 1 7,
Dukes 3 0 1 1 0 0 3, T Hermiller 3 0
0 0 0 1 4, J Kuhlman 2 1 1 1 1 0 0,
M Kuhlman 3 0 0 0 0 0 3, Hiltner 3
0 2 1 0 0 2. Totals 27 3 8 3 4 2 10.
Score by Innings: R H E
Ft. Jennings 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 1 3 1
Miller City 1 1 0 0 1 0 X - 3 8 4
LOB: Fort Jennings 7, Miller
City 10; 2B: Hiltner; SB: Lammers 2,
Niese, Schnipke, Dukes, Kuhlman,
Hiltner.
PITCHING
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Fort Jennings
Luebrecht (L) 5.0 8 3 3 4 2 0
Vetter 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Miller City
J Kuhlman (W) 7.0 3 1 0 2 11 0
P-S: Luebrecht 92-55, Vetter
13-8; J. Kuhlman 119-74.

============
Lady Bearcats open
tourney trail with W
SPENCERVILLE The
Spencerville varsity softball
team defeated Lima Central
Catholic 16-2 in five innings
in the opening round of the
Division III sectional softball
tournament at Spencerville
Monday night.
The Bearcats jumped out
to a quick 7-0 lead after the
first inning.
After Alex Shumate
the complete-game winner struck out two of the

first three LCC batters, the


Bearcat offense took over.
Bailey Swartz led off with
a single, Destiny Price was
hit by a pitch and Julie
Mulholland drew a walk.
Kendra Johnston smashed
a triple down the right-field
line to clear the bases and the
Bearcats never looked back.
When the night ended, the
Bearcats had scored 16 runs
on nine hits coming from up
and down the lineup in just
four innings at the plate.
Spencerville improves to
11-9 (4-3 NWC) on the season and advances to the sectional finals vs. New Bremen
on Thursday night.
Score by Innings: R H E
Lima Cen. Cath. 0 0 0 0 2 - 2 3 3
Spencerville 7 3 1 5 x - 16 9 1
WP: Alex Shumate (4-1; 5 IP,
2 R, 3 H, 0 BBs, 7 Ks). 2B: Bailey
Swartz (S), Jenna Henline (S), Kara
May (S). 3B: Kendra Johnston (S).

=============
Holgate 5, Ottoville 4
HOLGATE
Two
Ottoville pitchers combined
for a no-hitter Monday in
their Division IV sectional softball semifinal with
Holgate.
However, the Tigers were
able to take advantage of
walks and errors to rally for
a 5-4 win.
Breanna Bowersox and
Taylor Boecker combined for
the no-hitter. However, walks
and three errors by the Big
Green helped the Tigers rally
from a 4-run deficit.
Ottoville (0-13) banged
out six hits in the game and
had a 4-0 lead after scoring
three times in the first and
once in the third.
The Tigers (3-10) tied the
game in the bottom of the
third and took the lead in the
fourth inning.
Bailey Plott picked up the
win for the Tigers.

Alena Horstman had a


double for Ottoville.
***
Ottoville 301 000 0 - 4 6 3
Holgate 004 100 x - 5 0 1
WP-Plott. LP-Bowersox.

========
Redskins outlast mistake-prone Bearcats in
baseball
SPENCERVILLE St.
Henry and Spencerville had
an equal number of hits in
their non-league baseball
clash Monday night: 11.
Unfortunately for the host
Bearcats, they committed
five errors that led to seven
unearned runs in a 13-8 loss.

AB R H RBI BB K
St. Henry
Jason Evers 5 4 3 1 0 0, Josh
Osterholt 3 3 2 3 2 0, Mitchel
Stammen 4 1 3 1 1 0, Evan Lefeld
4 0 0 0 1 1, Parker Link 4 1 1 1 1
1, Curtis Uhlenhake 2 1 0 0 0 0,
Nathan Lefeld 3 1 0 0 1 1, Matt
Seifring 3 0 1 1 0 0, Seth Schlamen
1 1 1 0 0 0, Brett Ranly 3 1 0 1 0 0,
Ryan Bruening - - - - - -. Totals 32
13 11 8 6 3.
Spencerville
Justin Thiery 4 1 2 1 1 1,
David Wisher 4 0 0 0 1 0, Mitchell
Youngpeter 4 2 1 0 1 1, Hunter
French 4 2 1 1 1 1, Brady Becker 3
1 2 2 1 0, Thad Ringwald 4 0 1 1 0
1, Luke Carpenter 4 2 2 1 0 0, Brady
Nolan 3 0 0 0 1 0, Chandler Kahle
1 0 1 0 2 0, Kale Lee 1 0 1 0 0 0,
Zach Ringwald - - - - - -. Totals 32
8 11 6 8 4.
Score by Innings: R H E
St. Henry 2 2 0 3 2 3 1 - 13 11 0
Spencerville 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 - 8
11 5
E: Wisher 2, Thiery, Nolan,
Z. Ringwald; DP: Spencerville 1;
LOB: St. Henry 7, Spencerville 11;
2B: Evers 2, Stammen 2, Becker,
Carpenter; HR: French; SB:
Curtis Uhlenhake SB: Osterholt 3,
Schlamen; SF: Matt Seifring,
IP H R ER BB SO
St. Henry
Osterholt 2.1 6 4 3 2 1
Uhlenhake (W) 4.2 5 4 3 6 3
Spencerville
French (L) 3.0 7 7 4 3 0
Nolan 4.0 4 6 3 3 3
WP: Nolan 4, Osterholt 3,
Uhlenhake, French. HBP: Curtis
Uhlenhake 2 (by French, by Nolan).
Pitches-Strikes: Osterholt 52-25,
Uhlenhake 82-47; French 86-42,
Nolan 75-39.

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============
Error-prone Indians rally late to nip
Bulldogs
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP Despite committing seven errors, Shawnee still had a
chance to down Western Buckeye League
rival Elida Monday night.
The Indians scored twice in the bottom of
the seventh to secure an 11-10 baseball victory at Shawnee Field.
Josh Bull (2 runs, run batted in) and Austin
Morrison (2 RBIs, run) both went 2-for-4
for Elida and Logan Alexander (2 runs) was
2-for-5.
Spencer Caudill (2 runs, RBI) went 3-for4 for the Tribe, while Jared Bailey (3 runs,
RBI) was 2-for-2, Jake Sevitz (2 runs, 2
RBIs) 2-for-3 and Blake Casady (2 runs, RBI)
2-for-4.

===========
Columbus Grove 13, Vanlue 3
COLUMBUS GROVE Columbus
Grove banged out 15 hits Monday evening as
the Bulldogs topped Vanlue 13-3 in a Division
IV sectional softball game.
The win advances the Bulldogs (15-3) to
a sectional final at North Baltimore Thursday
at 5 p.m.
Senior Kryah Yinger led the Bulldogs
with two triples and a home run, while senior
Brooke Hoffman had a double and two singles. Mackenzie Wurth had single and double,
Tori Warnecke had a double and Marybeth
Nemire a triple.
Vanlue struck first with a run in the
first inning before the Bulldogs came back
with two runs in the bottom of the inning.
Columbus Grove added to its lead with four
runs in the second inning and finished the
game with five runs in the bottom of the fifth.
Grace Schroeder (14-2) picked up the win
as she allowed three runs on four hits with
three strikeouts and three walks.

Score by Innings: R H E
Elida 010 031 5 10 8 1
Shawnee 212 013 2 11 10 7
Game-winning run scored with 2 outs in the bottom of the 7th
WP: Tovarnek (1/3 IP, 1 BB); LP: Bartels (3 2/3 IP, 4
H, 6 ER, 6 BBs, 2 Ks). Other Elida pitchers: Morrison (3
IP, 6 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 4 K), Holcomb (1 batter, 1 BB).
Other Shawnee pitchers: Hall (4 1/3 IP, 2 H, 4 R, 3 ER,
5 BB, 5 K), Sevitz (2 1/3 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 K).

***
Vanlue 100 11 - 3 4 3
Col. Grove 240 25 - 13 15 0

Musings

(Continued from page 6)


After all, Romo will be 36
and is becoming ever more
fragile as he ages.
Taking a linebacker
Notre Dames Jaylon Smith
in the second round knowing he will not be available
until at least 2017 (and perhaps never due to nerve damage after a knee injury) is
boneheaded.
Listen, guys, youre
defense is still such a question

Smith

mark to the point you cant


be taking big chances like
that. Not in the second round;
thats a seventh-round gamble, like drafting a basketball
player Rico Gathers from
Baylor who hasnt played
football since high school.
It helps to be 6-7, 276
pounds.
What I will be looking for
is the hidden gem; the guy
that didnt get drafted but
signed a free-agent contract
and latches on to a team.

(Continued from page 6)

After all, there have been


more than a few non-drafted
guys a la Romo that
have had pretty good careers.
I still say you need to
build through the draft and
the smart use of free agency
but it doesnt hurt to be lucky.
After all, the draft is only
looking at results from college and potential what
a guy may or may not do in
the NFL.
Remember
Peyton
Manning and Ryan Leaf?

been doing in this 2-month process is what we


needed to do and weve taken it one day at a
time. Things have fallen into place and were
trusting in the Good Lord that things continue
to fall into place.

My wife and I have already found employment as physical therapists in that area, which
is another reason for us to go there. All weve

The Herald 7

Saturday Baseball Roundup

Monday
(Continued from page 6)

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Information Submitted
Stockwell
outduels
Bricker as Jefferson ousts
Bluffton
DELPHOS Jeffersons
Jace Stockwell outdueled
Blufftons Dakota Bricker to
pace the Wildcats past the
Pirates 1-0 in Division III
Sectional action Saturday
afternoon at Wildcat Field.
Stockwell threw a 3-hit
shutout, fanning nine.
Jeffersons only run came
in the second on a leadoff single to center by Eli Kimmett,
an error on Jacob Boops
grounder, an Andrew Foust
sacrifice, an intentional walk
to Stockwell and a walk to
Damien Dudgeon.
Bricker gave up four hits,
walked five and fanned three.
Jefferson visits Coldwater
Thursday at 5 p.m.
BLUFFTON (0)
Dakota Bricker p 2 0 0 0, Matt
Bowden ss 2 0 1 0, Jason Bracy dh
3 0 0 0, Tyler McLaughlin c 3 0 0 0,
Kyle Swank 3b 3 0 1 0, Brice Rayle
2b 3 0 0 0, Joe Schriner 1b 2 0 0 0,
Colin Phillips rf 2 0 1 0, Jeff Reneker
cf 2 0 0 0. Totals 22 0 3 0.
JEFFERSON (1)
Gage Mercer ss 3 0 2 0, Damien
Dudgeon cf 2 0 0 1, Jace Stockwell
p 3 0 0 0, Jacob Pulford 1b 2 0 0 0,
Easton Siefker dh 2 0 1 0, Darius
Shurelds c/pr 0 0 0 0, Eli Kimmett

Cats

rf 3 1 1 0, Jacob Boop lf 2 0 0 0,
Andrew Foust 2b 1 0 0 0, Brett
Mahlie 3b 3 0 0 0. Totals 21 1 4 1.
Score by Innings: R H E
Bluffton 000 000 0 0 3 2
Jefferson 010 000 x 1 4 1
E: Schriner, Rayle, Foust; DP:
Bluffton 1, Jefferson 1; LOB:
Bluffton 3, Jefferson 10; 2B: Phillips;
SB: Bricker, Kimmett; CS: Mercer
(by McLaughlin); POB: Bricker (by
Stockwell); Sac: Bowden, Dudgeon,
Foust.
IP H R ER BB SO HR
BLUFFTON
Bricker (L) 6.0 4 1 0 5 3 0
JEFFERSON
Stockwell (W) 7.0 3 0 0 0 9 0
WP: Bricker 2. HBP: Bricker
(by Stockwell), Foust (by Bricker).
BB: Siefker, Boop, Pulford, Mercer,
Dudgeon. Pitches-Strikes: Bricker
86-50; Stockwell 73-51.

=============
Youngpeter, Vogt dominant against Rangers
DELPHOS Fourthseeded St. Johns rode the
dominant pitching of lefty
Jacob Youngpeter and righty
Eric Vogt to a 5-1 victory
over New Knoxville Saturday
in Division IV Sectional baseball action at Stadium Park.
Youngpeter gave up both
hits and an unearned run in
six innings, fanning 13 and
walking one.
Vogt mopped up, hitting
one batter and walking one.
The Blue Jays (11-10)

(Continued from page 6)

We had our only three seniors leave early


for an academic event and were very young,
first-year Ranger head man John Sailer said.
I really didnt know the situation with baseball in New Knoxville. We have to raise our
baseball IQ and that will be my goal.
Jefferson visits Coldwater 5 p.m. Thursday
in Division III Sectional baseball action.

NEW KNOXVILLE (0)


Hunter McMurray c 1-0-0-0, Nathan Tinnerman c
1-0-0-0, Logan Leffel ss 1-0-0-0, Jonah Lageman ss
1-0-0-0, Nick Topp 1b 0-0-0-0, Corey Kuck lf 2-0-0-0,
Jakob Osborne rf 2-0-0-0, Nathan Merges p 2-0-0-0,
Jack Bartholomew cf 2-0-0-0, Jared Osborne 2b 1-0-0-0,
Jacob Weimert dh 2-0-0-0, Brandon Puckett 3b 0-0-0-0.
Totals 15-0-0-0.
JEFFERSON (10)
Gage Mercer p/1b/3b 3-2-1-0, Damien Dudgeon

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BATTING
AB R H RBI BB K
New Knoxville
McMurray 3 0 0 0 0 2, Leffel 3 0
0 0 0 1, Topp 3 0 1 0 0 0, Lageman
2 0 0 0 0 2, Tinnerman 2 1 1 0 1 1,
Menke 1 0 0 0 0 1, Newman 1 0 0 0 0
1, Kuck 1 0 0 0 0 1, Barthalomew 1 0
0 0 1 1, Blitch 2 0 0 0 0 2, Merges 2 0
0 0 0 2. Totals 21 1 2 0 2 14.
St. Johns
Troy Elwer 3 0 0 0 0 0, Troy
Schwinnen 1 0 1 0 0 0, Jacob
Youngpeter 4 1 1 2 0 0, Seth Linder 3
0 3 2 1 0, Buddy Jackson 4 0 2 0 0 0,
Eric Vogt 3 0 0 0 0 0, Aaron Reindel
3 0 1 0 0 2, Josh Warnecke 3 1 1 0
0 0, Jesse Ditto 3 1 1 0 0 0, Ryan
Hellman 3 1 1 1 0 0, Owen Baldauf
0 0 0 0 0 0, Matthew Miller 0 1 0 0
0 0, Collin Will - - - - - -. Totals 30
5 11 5 1 2.
Score by Innings: R H E
New Knoxville 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 - 1
21
St. Johns 0 4 0 1 0 0 x - 5 11 1
E: Newman, Ditto; LOB:
New Knoxville 2, St. Johns 8;
2B: Youngpeter; 3B: Linder; SB:
Tinnerman 2, Topp, Reindel; CS:
Lageman (by Jackson), Barthalomew
(by Jackson).
Pitching
IP H R ER K BB HR
New Knoxville
Blitch (L) 6.0 11 5 4 2 1 0
St. Johns
Youngpeter (W) 6.0 2 1 0 13 1 0
Vogt 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 0
WP: Youngpeter; HBP: Lageman
(by Vogt), Vogt (by Blitch). Balk:
Blitch. Pitches-Strikes: Blitch 88-65;
Youngpeter 80-54, Vogt 21-13.

cf/2b 2-2-1-0, Jace Stockwell ss 3-3-3-1, Jacob Pulford


1b/p 3-2-3-6, Caleb Lucas rf 0-0-0-0, Easton Siefker
dh 3-0-1-1, Dre Reed c 0-0-0-0, Eli Kimmett rf/cf 2-02-1, Jacob Boop lf 2-0-0-0, Jordan Boop ph/lf 1-0-0-0,
Andrew Foust 2b 2-0-0-0, Tyler Schrider ph/1b 1-0-0-0,
Brett Mahlie 3b/p 2-1-1-0, Brandan Herron ph 1-0-0-0.
Totals 25-10-12-9.
Score by Innings: R H E
New Knoxville 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 2
Jefferson 3 4 3 0 x - 10 12 1
E: Tinnerman, Merges, Mercer; LOB: New Knoxville
3, Jefferson 6; 2B: Pulford 2, Kimmett 2, Stockwell; SB:
Topp 3, Mercer, Stockwell, Mahlie.
IP H R ER BB SO
NEW KNOXVILLE
Merges (L) 4.0 12 10 10 3 2
JEFFERSON
Mercer (W, 3-1) 2.1 0 0 0 1 3
Pulford 1.2 0 0 0 1 3
Mahlie 1.0 0 0 0 0 3
HBP: Jared Osborne (by Mahlie). BB: Topp 2,
Mercer, Dudgeon, Kimmett. Pitches-Strikes: Merges 10760; Mercer 34-21, Pulford 28-15, Mahlie 19-12.

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Monday 8:00M-8PM, Tuesday-Friday 8AM-6PM
Saturday 9AM-2:30PM

SERVICE & PARTS HOURS:


Monday 7:30AM-8PM, Tuesday-Friday 7:30AM-6PM
Saturday 9AM-2:30PM
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Its all about YOU.


Your time, your happiness, your ease of purchase.

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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

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Business
Practical Money

Should you join


the Gig Economy?
BY NATHANIEL SILLIN

Spencerville Hardware celebrates grand opening


Spencerville Hardware celebrated its grand opening on Friday and Saturday with door prizes and grill demonstrations.
Participating in the event are, from left, Cindy Burgei, Dave Burgei, Chad Prine, Todd Keysor and Karen Keysor. The
business is located at 115 N. Broadway St., Spencerville. (DHI Media/Vicki Gossman)

First Federal names officer promotions


Information submitted

of the Rotary International of Bowling


Green, member of Business Networking
DEFIANCE First Federal Bank is International and actively serves and is a
pleased to announce recent officer pro- partner with Brookside Church.
Tina Denker has been promoted to
motions elected by the board of direcVice President, Community Banking
tors.
Dana McRedmond has been pro- Center Manager. Denker has been with
moted to Vice President, Loan Servicing First Federal Bank for over 10 years
and is responsible for
Manager. In her role, she
overseeing branch opermanages, supervises and
ations and recommendimplements First Federal
ing banking and lending
Banks strategic objectives
solutions to clients. She
for retail, mortgage and
is active in her comcommercial lending sermunity as a Treasurer
vices. McRedmond plays
for the Ovarian Cancer
an important role in coachConnection and meming and developing growth
ber of the Maumee
opportunities for team
Chamber of Commerce
members. She actively
and Arrowhead Park
gives back to her commuAssociation.
nity as the Co-Accounting
Joe
Rodriguez
Chair for the Relay for
has been promoted to
Life of Delphos for the
Vice President, Loan
past 13 years.
Operation Manager. In
Ryan
Miller
has
McRedmond
his role, Joe oversees the
been promoted to Senior
daily operation of mortVice President, Senior
Commercial Lender. In his role, Ryan gage processing, underwriting, closing
works with First Federal Banks north- and funding.
Joel Schlageter has been promoted
ern commercial team to find banking solutions that fit our customers to Vice President, Commercial Lender.
needs. Ryan gives back to his commu- Schlageter works with Toledo area businity as treasurer for Sarahs House of nesses to find lending and treasury soluWilliams County, President of Bryan tions to aid in business growth.
Anne Stapley has been promoted
City Schools Board of Education, member of the Williams County United Way to Vice President, Community Banking
Community Investment Committee and Center Manager. With over 28 years of
a member of the Bryan Rotary Club and banking experience, she is responsible
for overseeing branch operations and
St. Patricks Church.
Justin Burris has been promoted offering banking solutions to retail and
to Vice President, Commercial Lender. business customers. Stapley is active in
Burris specializes in finding lending the Findlay community as a volunteer for
solutions for local commercial and agri- the United Way and Arts Partnership, a
cultural businesses, He is active in the member of St. Marks United Methodist
Bowling Green community as a board Church, Secretary for the Hancock
member of the United Way of Wood County Habitat for Humanity, former
County, board member of the Bowling President of the Findlay Kiwanis Club,
Green Chamber of Commerce, member former board member and Treasurer

for Camp Fire USA and former secretary and board member for Hancock
Leadership Alumni Association.
Shari L. Wyse, CFP has been
promoted to Vice President, Financial
Advisor. Wyse works closely with clients to develop personalized financial
planning using a wide variety of investment tools. With over 14 years of experience, she recently earned her CFP designation and specializes in investment,
retirement and college planning as well
as life insurance. Actively involved in
her community, she is a member of
Zonta of Defiance and the Treasurer
for the Defiance College Womens
Commission.
Mindi Karacson has been promoted
to Assistant Vice President, Relationship
Banking Manager. Karacson has great
success in building relationships with
customers and delivers exceptional
customer service. Her responsibilities
include overseeing daily branch operations as well as recommending financial
solutions to clients. She is involved in
numerous community projects, including Project More, Real Money, Real
World, Innovative Interviews and Relay
for Life and is also a board member for
the Hicksville School Foundation and
Community Memorial Hospital.
Trisha Schneider has been promoted
to Assistant Vice President, Community
Banking Center Manager. With over
15 years of experience, she is responsible for overseeing branch operations
and offering banking solutions to retail
and business customers. Schneider is
involved in her community as board
member and former president of the
Wauseon Chamber of Commerce, board
member for Junior Achievement, member of the Fulton County Economic
Development Corporation, a March of
Dimes volunteer and a Real Money,
Real World financial literacy educator.

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Andy North

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

Corey Norton

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

Today, our standard workday isnt so standard anymore and


were talking more about gigs alternative work arrangements that often depend on the latest technology and a desire
to set ones own schedule and pay. However, the question
is whether everyone plans for the reality of the work or the
impact self-employment in any form can have on his or her
long-term finances.
Gig workers a broad spectrum that includes temporary
help agency workers, on-call employees, contract company
workers, independent contractors and freelancers were measured as a startling and growing economic force in a March
study by Harvard and Princeton researchers (https://krueger.
princeton.edu/sites/default/files/akrueger/files/katz_krueger_
cws_-_march_29_20165.pdf). According to their measurements, this diverse group of earners that made up 10.1 percent
of the workforce in February 2005 has grown to nearly 16
percent as of late 2015.
Anyone thinking about going into business in place of or in
addition to their day job should consider a planning period with
the help of a qualified financial or tax expert. Major issues to
cover include:
Consider qualified tax and financial advice. Switching to
gig work even if you find lucrative contract work in your
field can be an enormous shock to your finances. Cash flow
can be irregular, disrupting budgets and long-term savings. Its
a good idea to get some qualified financial and tax advice so
you understand the changes you might face and to keep major
financial goals like retirement and college savings on track.
Setting up a business structure: While most gig economy
participants settle on a sole proprietorship or some form of limited liability company (LLC) business structure, (https://www.
sba.gov/starting-business/choose-your-business-structure) the
choice needs to be carefully considered based on your particular business activity, overall tax situation and other financial factors unique to you. This is probably one of the most
important reasons to seek out qualified tax, legal or financial
expertise the level of personal or property risk inherent in
your choice might call for a structure that offers additional
protection against lawsuits or insurance claims.
Think carefully about your benefits Unless you fit a particular group exempt (https://www.healthcare.gov/health-coverage-exemptions/exemptions-from-the-fee/) from the Patient
Protection and Affordable Care Act or are insured by a spouse
or partner, youll have to invest in healthcare insurance for
yourself or consider the cost of being uninsured. This is a
particularly important expense to plan in advance based on
your health needs and the type of affordable coverage thats
available. Get referrals on qualified health insurance agents to
get a full range of choices. And most of all, make a plan to keep
saving and investing your money for long-term goals. Walking
away from a weekly check can make that process tougher
talk about it and plan for it.
Track your spending and planning carefully. If you dont
budget or track your expenses now, its time to start. Being
in business entitles you to certain deductions for home office
expenses, equipment and other costs related to your work. So
whether you use a specific software program or a computer
spreadsheet or paper and pen to track your expenses, do so
regularly to avoid missing items that could eventually save you
money. If youre working with a tax professional or financial
planner, coordinate this recordkeeping with the work theyre
doing for you. Also keep a constant discussion going about
saving for the future, including retirement.
Make sure youre really right for this. With proper planning,
the gig economy can be both enjoyable and challenging. Youll
not only learn whether you can support yourself, but also
whether youll enjoy doing it long-term. Many of us dream of
being our own boss, but reality can be very different, particularly when managing uneven earnings and cash flow common
to many new companies. Its not just about business; its
about whether your lifestyle and personality traits (https://hbr.
org/2010/02/should-you-be-an-entrepreneur) make you right
for operating a business in this economy or any economy.
Bottom line: Plenty of people find themselves dealing either
by choice or necessity with the brave new world of gig work.
Its important to approach it as a financial and lifestyle decision
on par with starting a business.
Nathaniel Sillin directs Visas financial education programs. To follow Practical Money Skills on Twitter: www.
twitter.com/PracticalMoney.

Real Estate transfers


Delphos
Brian R. Clark and
Lisa O. Clark to Ryan J.
Koreger, 1340 Rose Anna
St., Delphos, $225,000.
Irvin B. Grone and
Mary C. Grone to Bigun
Restaurants LLC, Carolyn
Drive, Delphos, $260,000.
Joseph L. Warnecke
and Sherry R. Warnecke to
Travis R. Sherrick and Cara
N. Sherrick, E. Sixth St.,
Delphos, $5,000.
Amanda Township
Brian K. Reynolds and
Sabrina M. Reynolds to
Brian M. Howell, Dogleg
Road, $220,000.
Spencerville
Don L. Comer to Matthew
P. Tuttobene and Jennifer J.
Tuttobene, 112 S. Pearl St.,
Spencerville, $49,500.
Putnam County
Michael W. Oedy and
Dawn C. Oedy, 79.240
acres, Palmer Township, to
Michael W. Oedy TR and
Dawn C. Oedy TR.
Michel W. Oedy and
Dawn C. Oedy, 1.50 acres,
Liberty
Township,
to
Michael W. Oedy TR and

Dawn C. Oedy TR.


Ruth E. Wannemacher,
Terry P. Wannemacher,
Linda M. Schroeder, Randall
L. Schroeder, Edward J.
Hoehn, Marcille L. Hoehn,
Diane R. Lee, Terry W. Lee,
Steven J. Hoehn, Cathy L.
Hoehn, Michael T. Hoehn,
Mary A. Beggs, Darryl A.
Beggs, Timothy F. Hoehn
and Christine M. Hoehn,
40.0
acres,
Monterey
Township, to EMH Woody
Acres LLC.
Edward J. Hoehn and
Marcille L. Hoehn, 39.655
acres, Monterey Township,
to EMH Woody Acres LLC.
Brad R. Ellerbrock and
Ashley M. Stewart nka
Ashley M. Ellerbrock, 1.58
acres, Ottawa Township, to
Lucas J. Schroeder.
Eileen M. Kohls, John J.
Kinsler and Erin A. Kinsler,
unit 1, bldg. 1, Meadow
Glen, Ottawa, to William W.
Hately and Jeanne F. Hately.
Cleo Geren, Lot 19,
Continental, to Ronald
Geren.
See TRANSFERS, page 12

Arts & Entertainment


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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Good Vibrations

"What's Next?"

By Ed Clark

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The music that moves us ...


Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) singer, actor,
entertainer known to many as Ol Blue
Eyes and The Chairman of the Board. He
hailed from Hoboken, New Jersey, was a recognized member of the great ones club, and
entertained audiences for the better part of six
decades. (1939-1994)
A few unforgettable songs:
Strangers in the Night #1 Top 100 1966
My Way #27 Top 100 1969
High Hopes #30 1959
Ive Got You Under My Skin 1956
New York, New York #32 Top 100 1977
When one thinks of the greatest singers,
performers, entertainers, memorable voices
of all time, Frank Sinatra will always be in
the conversation. Some place his name at the
very top of the list. And to think he shared star
time with fellow Rat Pack buddies Sammy
Davis Jr, Dean Martin, Peter Lawford and
Joey Bishop. I suspect the real-time experience of Big Band Swing music, led by Frank
Sinatra singing, simply didnt get any better
back in the day.
A few interesting notations about Frank
Sinatra:
He won an Academy Award for Best Actor
in A Supporting Role in the 1953 movie
From Here to Eternity.
He relied on good ears to carry a tune
having never formally learned to read music.
In December of 1963, his son Frank Jr,
was kidnapped. Sinatra paid $240,000 ransom
for the safe return of his son.
When performing he always requested
red carpet, secured by tacks no more than 18
inches between from his room to the performance stage.

Crossword Puzzle

Fred Silverman renamed the cartoon character Too Much to Scooby-Doo based on
the scoobie-doobie-do from Sinatras hit
version of Strangers in the Night.
Through the years Sinatra kept some
name-dropping company from Harry James to
Tommy Dorsey, the Rat Pack (though they
referred to themselves as The Summit),
JFK, dont forget Don Rickles, and enjoyed
late career duets with Aretha Franklin, Bono
& Willie Nelson. Married four times, Sinatra
enjoyed a yo-yoing star power from 1940 to
his death in 1998.
When pondering solo artists with the greatest stage presence through the 20th Century,
whos at the top of your list? Frank Sinatra,
Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson?
Good Vibrations.
(Wikipedia, dailymail.com, songfacts.
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9353.

Oh, most beautiful flower career center operations.


Preferred Minimum
of Mt. Carmel, fruitful
Qualifications:
vine, splendor in heaven.
Proficient in office
Blessed Mother of the
protocol, and
Son of God, Immaculate
technology business
Virgin assist in my neequipment & protocols
cessity. O Star of the
Ability to interact
Sea help me and show
comfortably and
me herein you are my
confidently with
mother. Oh Holy Mary,
the public
Mother of God Queen of
Heaven and Earth! I Record keeping skills
Humbly beseech you and ability to organize &
maintain contractual
from the bottom of my
data accurately
heart to succor me in
Multi-tasking ability
this necessity. There are
and strong
none that can withstand
interpersonal skills
your power. Oh, show
me herein you are my Strong organizational,
planning and project
mother. Oh Mary, conmanagement skills
ceived without sin, pray
for us who have re- Proficient in data entry,
spelling, proofreading
course to thee (three
and the correct
times).
use of grammar
H o l y Sp i r i t y o u w h o
solve all problems, light Proficient in the use of
computer software
all roads so that I can atprograms to include
tain my goals. You who
Publisher and Adobe
gave me the divine gift to
Meets all mandated
forgive and forget all evil
health requirements
against me and that in all
(e.g., a negative
instances in my life you
tuberculosis test, etc.)
are with me. I want in
Complies with
this short prayer to thank
drug-free workplace
you for all things as you
confirm once again that I rules and board policies
never want to be separ- Provides documented
evidence of a clear
ated from you in eternal
criminal record
glory. Thank you for your
Preference may be
mercy towards me and
given to candidates with
mine.
office management
(The person must say
experience
this prayer three consecInterested applicants
utive days. After three
should send
days, the request will be
a completed
granted. This prayer
Vantage Career
must be published after
Center Employment
the favor is granted.)
application,
letter of interest, resume
235 HELP WANTED
and three letters of
reference by 4:00 p.m.
Monday, May 23, 2016
FULL OR Part time perto:
son interested in workStaci Kaufman,
ing with fabric. No
Superintendent
experience necessary.
818 N. Franklin St.,
Apply at Drapery Stitch
Van Wert, OH 45891
50 Summers Lane
kaufman.s@vantage
Delphos, OH 45833.
careercenter.com
THE CITY of Delphos is Vantage Career Center
looking for qualified indicertified employment
vidual for a full time posiapplications can be
tion open as Utility Clerk.
found at
Application and job dewww.vantage
scription can be obcareercenter.com
tained at the Municipal Vantage Career Center
Building. The City will
is an Equal
accept applications until Opportunity Employer
May 20. Interested canSMALL WORLD Daydidates must possess
excellent communica- care looking for full-time
tion skills, computer employee with benefits.
Send resume to
knowledge and data
entry, and work well with smallworld@bright.net or
P.O. Box 292 Ottoville,
the public. Will be reOH 45876
quired to pass a physical examination. Must be
bondable. Benefits inAPARTMENT/
clude: vacation, person- 305 DUPLEX FOR
al and sick leave and
health insurance. Please DELUXE 1 & 2 bedsubmit applications to
room apartments in Ft.
City of Delphos, Attn:
Jennings. Quiet, secure
Safety Service Director, setting, appliances and
608 N. Canal St.,
utilities included, $675Delphos, OH 45833.
$775/mo. 419-233-3430

VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL,


VAN WERT, OHIO
Acute cAre nursing director

Van Wert County Hospital is in


search of a fulltime, salaried,
benefits eligible, Acute Care
Nursing Director. The Director
is accountable for the clinical
day-to-day activity of the unit
and will ensure delivery of a
quality service line for patients.
The Director is accountable for
providing the latest evidence
based practices and standards
and will be involved with client
satisfaction and employee and
provider engagement. The
chosen candidate must be
willing to become a member
of a high performance team
whose vision is quality
improvement, evidence based
practice, patient safety, and
being fiscally responsible.
Bachelors of Science in
Nursing (BSN) required or must
be actively pursuing. CPR
required. Clinical management
experience in a hospital
nursing department required.
Human Resources
Van Wert County Hospital
1250 S. Washington St.
Van Wert, OH 45891
Fax: 419-238-9390

E-mail: hr@vanwerthospital.org

Visit the hospitals website


and apply online:
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up Antiques
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VAN WERT MEDICAL SERVICES,


VAN WERT, OHIO

CERTIFIED MEDICAL
ASSISTANTS
Certified Medical Assistant positions
(benefits eligible) are available
with VWMS. Hours are typically
8am-5pm, Monday through Friday.
Some evenings required. Some
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obtain within 12 months from date of
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terminology and pharmaceuticals,
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medical information to clients is
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and use of office equipment are
necessary. Work experience in
patient care, preferably in a medical
group setting is preferred. Qualified
candidates are encouraged to submit
a resume/application to:

Van Wert County Hospital


Human Resources

Fax: 419-238-9390
Van Wert County Hospital
1250 S. Washington St.
E-mail: hr@vanwerthospital.org
Van Wert, OH 45891
Visit the Hospitals website and apply
online at: www.vanwerthospital.org
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Professional office in the area is looking for an assertive and


energetic Accountant. Must have good people skills and be
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Send replies to:
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405 N. Main St.
Delphos, Ohio 45833

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PRINTING PRESS
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Must be at least 18.


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Attn: Human Resources Department


1700 Gressel Drive, P.O. Box 98
Delphos, OH 45833

recruiter@lakeviewfarms.com

Crop Insurance Specialist


Job #5221
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VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL,


VAN WERT, OHIO
EnvironmEntal sErvicEs
workEr & PatiEnt and
community rElations
coordinator
Part-time Environmental Services
Worker positions (benefits eligible) are
available. The environmental services
worker is responsible for general
cleaning of both patient and non-patient
areas, hard floor care (buffing/stripping
floors), and carpet/upholstery care of
all areas of the Hospital/Health Center.
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disposal of waste: general, biohazard,
and hazardous as well as cleaning walls,
lights, and vents. May be required to
float to laundry. High school graduate
or the equivalent, or five years of work
experience is required.
The
fulltime,
benefits
eligible,
Patient and Community Relations
Coordinator provides support for the
Director. High school graduate or the
equivalent is required. College degree
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months experience in Administrative
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Excellent
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skills are necessary to be successful
in this position. Must be proficient
with computers and various office
software packages including Microsoft
Word and Excel.Qualified candidates
are encouraged to submit a resume/
application to:
Human Resources
Van Wert County Hospital
1250 S. Washington St.,
Van Wert, OH 45891
Fax: 419-238-9390
E-mail: hr@vanwerthospital.org
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Would you like to be part of a winning team and serve


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Transfers

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Rose M. Siebeneck and Arnold A.


Siebeneck, Lot 106, Columbus Grove,
to Dale R. Siebeneck TR, Arnold A.
Siebeneck TR and Rose M. Siebeneck
TR.
Arnold A. Siebeneck and Rose M.
Siebeneck, parcel 5 and 5A, Union
Township, to Dale R. Siebeneck TR,
Arnold A. Siebeneck TR and Rose M.
Siebeneck TR.
Patricia Mae Lane, Lot 19, Columbus
Grove, to Anthony R. Stringfield.
Karen Diane Aller, dec., fka Karen D.
Curry, Lots 61, 62 and 63, Vaughnsville,
to Michael V. Aller.
OCWEN Loan Servicing LLC, Lot
78, Kieferville, to Secretary of Housing
and Urban Development.
David A. Racer and Sandra A. Racer,
Lot 30 and 5.09 acres, Ottawa Township,
to David Racer and Sandra A. Racer.
Jordan Pingle and Jennifer A. Pingle,
Lot 827, Columbus Grove, to Nathan F.
Schroeder.
Helen G. Davidson and Jeffrey A.
Davidson, Lot 1384, Ottawa, to Sara M.
Morman.
Van Wert County
Estate of Connie S. Wolfe to David
W. Wolfe, portion of inlot 9, Willshire.
Estate of Richard H. Samples to
Steven Samples, Kerry Samples, Susan
Vachino, portion of section 34, Willshire
Township.
Superior Credit Union Inc., to
Creative Home Buying Solutions Inc.,
inlot 803, Delphos.
Philip W. Scare, Teresa S. Scare to
Richard C. Hahn, Andrea Boyer-Hahn,

portion of inlot 51, Willshire.


Richard L. Gephart, Mae B. Gephart
to Brandon D. Bowen, Jennifer A.
Bowen, inlot 29, Ohio City.
Donald R. Foster, Rhonda L. Foster
to Nicholas A. Johnson, inlot 1596, Van
Wert.
Thomas E. Wettig, Rebecca S. Wettig
to Stephen B. Letson, Tana M. Letson,
inlot 3277, Van Wert.
Integrity Real Estate LLC to Donald
R. Foster, Rhonda L. Foster, inlot 2056,
Van Wert.
Estate of Grace Erma Jones to Helen
E. Siler, H. Elaine Siler, portion of section 22, Union Township.
Helen E. Siler, H. Elaine Siler,
George E. Siler to Siler Family Trust,
portion of section 22, Union Township.
Estate of Grace Erma Jones, estate
of Grace E. Jones to Helen E. Siler, H.
Elaine Siler, portion of section 2, York
Township.
Helen E. Siler, H. Elaine Siler, George
E. Siler to Siler Family Trust, portion of
section 2, York Township.
Estate of Grace Erma Jones to Helen
E. Siler, H. Elaine Siler, portion of section 15, Union Township.
Helen E. Siler, H. Elaine Siler,
George E. Siler to Siler Family Trust,
portion of section 15, Union Township.
Bruns Building and Development
Corporation to Investacorr Inc., portion
of inlot 4028, inlots 4271, 4277, Van
Wert.
FFF Properties LLC to Ange Dahling,
portion of inlots 935, 936, Van Wert.
Andrew P. Mancinotti, Audrea J.
Mancinotti, Audrea J. Schimmoeller,
Audrea Mancinotti to Jeffery D. Osburn,

Laura L. Osburn, inlot 1200, Delphos.


Leigh A. Agler to Brian Matthew
Shields, Andrea Renee Shields, inlot
3603, Van Wert.
Joanne E. Bagley to Bagley
Irrevocable Trust, portion of section 15,
Union Township, inlot 3985, Van Wert
(unit 2 AKA unit 12).
William B. Stripe, Geneura Callie
Stripe, Beth A. Young to Joseph A.
Grant, Heather L. Grant, inlot 2673, Van
Wert.
Marcia A. Darras, Marcia Ann Darras
to S. Bruce Stuckey, inlot 3738, Van
Wert.
Craig A. King, Jody L. King to
Melissa Bloomfield, inlot 3309, Van
Wert.
Clarence F. Beach, Patricia A. Beach
to Christopher M. Semer, inlot 1121,
Van Wert.
Saundra K. Wagner to Kami S.
Aldrich, portion of section 8, Ridge
Township.
Donna York to Lee York, portion of
section 6, Jackson Township.
Bruce Stutz, Deborah R. Stutz, Bruce
L. Stutz to Bruce L. Stutz, Deborah R.
Stutz, portion of section 19, Hoaglin
Township.
Kevin S. Kelly, Susan Kelly to
Merranda Jean Smith, inlot 1521, Van
Wert.
Estate of George C. Place to Daniel
L. Place, inlot 1332, Delphos.
Reincke-Norris LLC to Granite
Ridge Builders Inc., portion of section
31, Ridge Township. (Pleasant Ridge
subdivision lot 21).

Sheriff recovers
stolen items
INFORMATION SUBMITTED
VAN WERT Van Wert County Sheriff Thomas M.
Riggenbach announced the recovery of numerous pieces of stolen
equipment on Friday. Sheriff Riggenbach stated his Office was
contacted by investigators of the Ohio State Highway Patrol
advising they believed a stolen piece of equipment was on a property in Van Wert County. The Van Wert County Sheriffs Office
met with the investigators and began working with the information the investigators provided.
Sheriff Riggenbach stated a search warrant was obtained by
deputies for a residence in Harrison Township. During the search
deputies located the piece of stolen equipment, a skid loader.
Riggenbach advised deputies then went and obtained a second
search warrant to search other pieces of equipment on the property
believed to be stolen, as well as equipment on a second neighboring property.
During the searches, two skid loaders, multiple flat bed trailers,
and multiple vehicle trailers were determined to be stolen. The
property confirmed stolen was from jurisdictions in Northwest
Ohio and also Indiana. The stolen property was removed and
secured at another location. Deputies also secured a large amount
of property, equipment, and multiple vehicles. Sheriff Riggenbach
said the amount of stolen equipment is valued near $200,000.
Riggenbach stated deputies are continuing to try and identify
if the other property, equipment, and vehicles located on the property are stolen or who the items belong to. He did not advise how
long this would take, but the Sheriffs Office will be working with
other agencies to determine this and get the property returned to
the owners.
Riggenbach said no arrests have been made at this time.
However, he did say that deputies have a suspect in this matter
and the investigation is continuing and charges could be filed in
the future. The investigators with the Ohio State Highway Patrol
assisted deputies.

FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
An e-mail inquiry in 2001 is what
got the genealogy ball rolling for
Dr. Heinrich Klein Klausing from
Germany. The Klausing descendants
in this area are through Bernard
Johannes Klausing who emigrated
from Germany to Cincinnati. After
the parents and several children died
in a cholera epidemic, the remaining
children later moved to Delphos to
live with their maternal ancestors, the
Fortmans.
Leslie Hoffman, Eric Dunn and
Denise Dee Dunn showed off their
medals after completing the Country
Music Marathon in Nashville,
Tenn., on April 29. Hoffman finished
in 2:24; Eric and Dee Dunn ran it in
2:50. Hoffman is the daughter of Ron
and Marilyn Hoffman of Columbus
Grove. Dee is the daughter of Tom
and Janet Dunlap of Columbus
Grove. Eric is the son of Rose Dunn
of Ottawa and Gary Dunn of Findlay.
The Delphos chapter of the
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
held a recent meeting in which the fol-

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lowing persons were elected: Regent


Diane Lindeman, Vice Regent Chris
Looser, Secretary Cindy Bertling,
Financial Secretary Doris Lindeman
and Treasurer Barb Mesker. Donna
Pohlman delivered a presentation on
nutrition and a jitney auction was
held.
25 Years Ago 1991
Fort Jennings High School will
conduct graduation at 8 p.m. May
24 in the high school gymnasium.
Valedictorian is Katrina Marie Utrup,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Utrup of Fort Jennings. Utrup will
give the welcome speech at graduation. Salutatorian is Stephanie Marie
Vetter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Vetter of Fort Jennings. She will be
giving the class song speech at graduation.
Friendly Motor Sales on Elida
Avenue was recently purchased by
three businessmen in an effort to
keep the dealership in Delphos. Tom
Knott, who owns a dealership in
Napoleon, Rick Wagner, who owns
a dealership in Fostoria and was

These benefits
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$75 or less, school supplies priced at $20 or less, and
school instructional materials, including textbooks and
workbooks priced at $20 or less. The price limits apply
per item, so consumers can buy as many tax-exempt
items under the price limit as they wish, either online or
in stores.
Ohioans saved approximately $3.3 million on backto-school items last year during the three-day period and
statewide retail sales increased by 6.48 percent during
August 2015. Counties along state lines, on average,
experienced nearly 11 percent higher increases in county sales tax collections in August compared to the state
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ning in the church fellowship hall.


Devotions were given by Mrs. Ray
McGraw. Guest speaker was DeMeril
Motter, a nurse from Memorial
Hospital, who showed pictures
and narrated her trip to Africa last
December. The next meeting will be
a picnic June 13.
Delphos Aerie and Auxiliary,
No. 471 Fraternal Order of Eagles
will sponsor a chicken supper and
dance on May 21, for the benefit
of the Eagles Max Baer Fund. The
announcement was made Wednesday
by David Miller and Gwendolyn
Fetzer, presidents of the local Aerie
and Auxiliary. Dancing will follow
the supper with music being provided
by The Two Tones.
75 Years Ago 1941
The pouring of the concrete circular walls for the Delphos municipal
swimming pool has been completed
and over half of the first section of the
concrete floor has been poured. Late
Friday afternoon a charge of dynamite was used to blast bed rock in the
deep part of the pool. Workmen used

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co-owner of Friendly with former


manager Steve Brown, and Jim Biggs
from Coral Gables, Fla., purchased
the dealership.
Jefferson senior guard Gretchen
Clevenger plans to play basketball
for the Ohio State-Tech Lady Barons.
Clevenger was a first team Northwest
Conference selection last season,
averaging 12.7 points. Gretchen is
a solid all-around player, said OSU
Coach Cynthis Spiers. Not only can
she score, but her assist record speaks
of her team attitude.
50 Years Ago 1966
Psi Chapter, Alpha Delta Omega
National Sorority, met recently in the
home of Mrs. Robert Schuerman.
During the business session plans
were made concerning the national
convention to be held in Fort Wayne.
Delegates representing Psi Chapter at
the convention will be Mrs. Darrell
Wieging and Mrs. James Hetrick.
Mary Ellen Gerdeman and Mrs.
Ronald Kunz were named alternates.
Daughters of Ruth Class of Trinity
Methodist Church met Monday eve-

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and the charge of dynamite was set
and shot under the direction of Frank
Spieles, employee of the Delphos
Quarries Company.
Members of the Masonic Lodge
will honor their living Actual Past
Masters at a special communication
of Hope Lodge, No. 214, F. & A. M.,
in Masonic Temple on Wednesday.
To Stanley W. Peltier, of east of
Delphos, goes the honor of being the
oldest Actual Past Master of Hope
Lodge. William Heidelbaugh, also
of east of Delphos, is the present
Master.
The Delphos Jefferson baseball
team with four straight victories
tucked away this season will journey
to Oakwood Monday afternoon to
meet the high school team at that
place. Joe Bohnlein, Wildcat southpaw hurler, will likely receive the
nod from Coach Jack Palmer in this
contest. Joe has been on the hill in
all of Jefferson games this year. John
Mittermaier is Jeffersons reserve
moundsman.

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Board

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I will help do the work with custodian


Chad Schrader, Thompson said. Weve
already talked about the project and have a
rough draft of where the new sound station
will be located. When this is done, you will
have a push-button easy, expandable sound
system that will support any event held in the
auditorium or gymnasium.
The board unanimously approved sending
a letter of appreciation to Brandenburg and
agreed on the new mix board to complete the
upgraded sound system in the gymnasium.
More costs have been realized at Jefferson
Middle School. A water leak was discovered
in the wall at the south end of the gymnasium
and the water line had to be capped by the
city. The repair will cost between $7,2007,400. The walk-in freezer in the middle

school cafeteria also quit working and will


have to be replaced this summer to the tune
of $18,000.
The board also approved the 2016-17
athletic ticket prices/policy. For fall sports,
season student passes with be sold for $20
and are good for all home fall sports contests.
Adult ticket booklets are $25 for five tickets.
Football pre-sale tickets will be $5 for adults
and $4 for students and will be only sold at
the administrative building. Varsity football
tickets are $6; high school volleyball $5 for
adults and $4 for students; and junior high
events will be $3 for adults and $2 for students, including junior high football.
For winter sports, season student passes
with be sold for $30 and are good for all home
winter sports contests. Adult booklets are
$25 for five tickets and students booklets are
$20 for five tickets. Pre-sale boys basketball

Putnam K9 program
moving forward
BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS

DHI Media Editor

sgriffis@putnamsentinel.com

PUTNAM COUNTY While still


short of their monetary goal to train two
K9 teams for the county, Putnam County
Sheriff Tim Meyer has announced that
the program is moving forward.
In March, the Putnam County Sheriffs
Office launched a public appeal for funds
to acquire and train two K9 units at an
estimated cost of $15,000 per team. On
Monday, Meyer announced that the K9
fund now sitting at approximately
$14,000 cash in hand, with an equal
amount in corporate funding pledged,
but as yet unreceived has sufficient
support to warrant moving ahead with
the program.
Were still having people contact us,
they want to be involved, Meyer said.
Without trying to be funny, this thing
has legs. We want to go ahead here in
May as a start date for the class (training
for both officers and their canine partners).
To that end, Al Gill, the individual
selected by the PCSO to train the teams,
is presently searching for the departments canine partners at select kennels

Weather

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Listen for area


sirens. The sirens are
activated when radar
indicates a tornado is
forming or local spotters
have actually seen the
tornado on the ground.
Each village has a siren;
the City of Delphos has
4 sirens and the City of
Van Wert has five sirens.
The sirens are NOT used
for an ALL CLEAR.
If the sirens shut off but
are reactivated, it means
the tornado threat is still
approaching.
Know where to take
shelter. If at home, go to
the center of the basement. If no basement is
available, go to the center
of your home in a small
room such as a closet or
bathroom. Get as many
walls between you and
the tornado as possible.
Cover your head and eyes
with pillows or blankets.
If in a mobile home,
get out before a tornado
strikes and get in a much
more sturdy building.
If in a church, get out of
the sanctuary as the large
open span roof can collapse so it is recommended to go to a basement or

in Germany.
From a pool of as many as 15 dogs,
the PCSO, with guidance from Gill, Allen
County Sheriff Sam Crish and local veterinarian, Dr. Ron Baldridge, will select
their dogs; typically German Shepherds,
but that may include Belgian Malinois.
When they actually get here, well
go down and start the selection process,
Meyer said.
In Putnam County, two officers with
the PCSO are already selected for training: Greg Westrick, who will patrol during
daylight hours, and Troy Stevenson, who
will take the night shift.
While the primary motivator for the
effort is the ongoing issue with illicit
drug use and its accompanying dire, even
fatal, consequences, the PCSOs fourlegged officers offer a host of positives.
Searching, tracking, intimidation and
protection of their partners and other law
enforcement personnel in general are all a
part of the benefits brought to the PCSO
with the inclusion of K9 units.
Were more enthusiastic now, as we
become more and more educated, about
how many more benefits these dogs are
going to bring, Meyer said. Im really
excited to see these guys get rolling.

the Sunday School rooms


or restrooms.
In grocery stores or
large retail stores, stay
clear of the large open
span roof in the center
of the store because of
possible collapse so go
to restrooms, coolers or
other designated areas.
If in a car and the tornado is still several miles
away, drive quickly away
from it and eventually
make a right-hand turn
getting out of its path. If
the tornado is very close,
do not try to outrun it.
Get into a deep ditch or
in a large culvert underneath the roadway and
cover your head with your
hands.
Know your weather
terms:
A WATCH means
that atmospheric conditions are favorable for
severe thunderstorms or
tornadoes to develop.
A WARNING means
severe thunderstorms or a
tornado is imminent or is
already occurring.

A
SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM produces winds in excess of
58 mph and hail of 1 inch
in diameter or larger.

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and will only be sold at the administrative
building. Gate tickets will be $6 for all boys
basketball; $5 for adults and $4 for students
for girls basketball; and junior high events are
$3 for adults and $2 for students.
In other business, the board approved:
Donations of $1,233 from the local
Knights of Columbus council for use in special education; the donation of the sound system by Steve Brandenburg; and the donation
of a school bus by the Allen County Board
of Developmental Disabilities, which will be
used as a trade-in on a future bus purchase;
Treasurer Brad Rostorfer to seek bids
for the purchase of two school buses to
replace older buses currently in service;
The list of 83 graduates;
Out-of-state field trips for the high
school science students to travel to the

Vaccine

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If incoming seventh-graders are up to date on all of


their required vaccines, then
they must only receive the
Tdap vaccine and the meningococcal vaccine.
If students entering 12th
grade are up to date, then they
must only receive the second
dose of the meningococcal
vaccine. However, incoming
seniors do not need the sec-

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Bahamas June 24 through July 2 and the middle school FCCLA National Convention trip
to San Diego, California, July 4-7;
Pay to Participate fees at $125 for the
high school and $75 for the middle school for
the 2016-17 school year with a cap of $250
for high school;
The resignation of Multiple Handicaps
instructor Katherine Hicks; and
Coaching supplemental contracts for
the 2016-17 year to Jodi Bullock, assistant cheerleading advisor; Mandy Wrasman,
junior high basketball cheerleading advisor;
Greg Gossman, eighth-grade boys basketball
coach; Kay Gossman, seventh-grade boys
basketball coach; Denise Lindeman, eighthgrade girls basketball coach; Bub Lindeman,
seventh-grade girls basketball coach; and Jeff
Caputo, girls athletic manager.

ond dose if they received the


first dose on or after their
16th birthday.
Students who do not
receive the proper vaccinations could face exclusion
from school but Horstman
said the parents should
receive a warning before that
happens.
Allen County Public
Health
held
a
Teen
Immunization Clinic today
to help students receive their

proper immunizations. If students were unable to make


it to the clinic, Horstman
offered other options.
They can call us or go on
our website, she said. We
have online scheduling for
Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Additionally, parents may
check with their provider to
see if they offer the vaccines.
Call the health department
at 419-228-4457 for more
information.

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Anybody home? he asked.
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Pa? Nope, he left before Ma came in, said the kid.
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Ma? Nope, she left just before I got here, said the kid.
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A FUNNEL CLOUD
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Before severe weather season strikes, McCoy
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& HOSPITAL WEEK May 8-14

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* Happy feet: Practical gifts can also be pampering, and for nurses, the most practical gift could be
a new pair of super-comfortable, ultra-supportive
work shoes or some snazzy new scrubs. If you dont
want to make the purchase yourself, consider a gift
certificate to a local retailer or an online specialty
clothing or footwear site.
* Nice necessities: If youre shopping for a recent
nursing school graduate, you cant go wrong with a
gift certificate to a medical supply retailer or items
such as an easy-to-read watch with a second hand.
A roomy, insulated lunch bag and water bottle or a
current drug reference guide also makes a great and
practical gift.