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Businessowner talks about increased patrol presence


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS The increased presence
of Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers
in Delphos in the last few months was
the hot topic at the Delphos City Council
meeting Monday.
John Lehmkuhle, owner of The
Smoking Chrome Saloon in downtown
Delphos. and one of his employees,
Taylor Kehres, addressed council, alleging instances of abuse of power.
The highway patrol is circling the
block my business is in constantly in the
evenings. Ive seen them go by as many
as 21 times in one night, Lehmkuhle
said. They are stopping a lot of people
and if they dont give them an OVI, they
let them go. They dont even charge
them for what they stopped them for.
Lehmkule said what he called harassment was affecting his business as well
as the residents of Delphos.
Students in Dave Desenberg and Rob Ganyiers Government classes at St. Johns
Councilman Joe Martz said he was
have been attending council meetings for class credit. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
going to bring the matter up to his fellow

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Ive had half a dozen people talk to
me about unfair treatment, Martz said.
They are pulling a lot of people over.
I support law enforcement but I think
there might be some abuse going on
here. They are nice to have around but
not when they are abusing their authority.
Councilmen Del Kemper said he had
also heard complaints.
Ive gotten this complaint several times and it seems the residents of
Delphos are being targeted by the Ohio
State Highway Patrol and the Allen
County Sheriffs Office, Kemper said.
Councilman Tom Grothous asked if
someone from the patrol might be asked
to come in and state their position on
what they are doing.
Mayor Michael Gallmeier told council the OSHP has jurisdiction throughout
the state and that they were not overstepping their boundaries by their presence
in town.
See PATROL, page 16

Dresses for the Dress a Girl Around


the World initiative have the same
purple tag to show possible predators the girls are under the care
of an organization and discourage
trafficking. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

Church women
combat human
trafficking by
sewing

BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com

St. Johns holds prom under the big top

St. Johns High School juniors and seniors danced the night away under the big top with their Carnival prom. More than
100 students and guests enjoyed the evening. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

DELPHOS Members of the


Wesleyan Church Hearts for Christ
Womens Ministry met Tuesday night
to sew dresses to help combat human
trafficking. Theyre making dresses
for the organization Dress a Girl
Around the World.
See DRESSES, page 16

Fort Jennings to hold commencement for 32 Friday


DHI Media Staff Reports
FORT JENNINGS Fort
Jennings High School will hand
out 32 diplomas at 8 p.m. Friday
evening during commencement
ceremonies in the high school
gymnasium.
Valedictorian Jessica Young
will give the Farewell Speech for
the class. Young is the daughter
of David and Karen Young and
was a member and president of the
National Honor Society. She was
involved with Student Council,
currently serving as vice-president;
and a member of the TSA TEAMS,
Scholastic Bowl, prom committee
and Math Club. She also participated in soccer, basketball and track,
was a baseball statistician and is a
Mass server and Eucharistic minister at St Joseph Parish.
See GRAD, page 16

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For all parents/guardians who have children participating in the Delphos Knothole program
this summer, it will start on Wednesday, June 1.
This is a six-week program that is played on every Wednesday and until July 6. The girls
will start at 6 p.m. and finish around 7:15 p.m. The boys will start shortly after the girls at 7:30
p.m. until 8:45 p.m.
Parents are needed to help run this program for the six weeks. To help or if you know of
someone that would like to help, call Dustin Hesseling at 419-204-3645 for more details.

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OBITUARY
Larry G. Rupert Sr.
Nov. 13, 1942
May 17, 2016

Blood pressure checks offered at senior center


Ryan Shumaker and Mark Evans of Delphos Fire and Rescue Department
checked the blood pressure of Gerald Kroeger and other members of the Delphos
Senior Citizens Center on May 10. They do blood pressure checks at noon on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at the center. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

City of Delphos building permits granted in April 2016


John and Sharon Edinger, 1331 Christina St., fence/patio,
$5,300
Steve Dancer, 649 Davis St., shed, $0
Chad and Christa Schrader, 430 E. Third St., fence/patio,
$6,000
Shawn and Jennifer Ardner, 414 S. Bredieck St., fence/
patio, $4,700
Tom and Lori Kroeger, 210 Westbrook, fence/workshop,
$16,000
Shawn Ardner, 535 Toomey, fence, $240
Total: $32,290
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DELPHOS A motorcycle driver was cited for failure
to maintain control after a
two-vehicle accident reported
at 7:35 p.m. Friday.
According to police
reports, Jason A. Hauter, 37,
of Delphos turned off North
Jefferson Street onto West
Fourth Street heading westbound when he lost control
of his motorcycle and ran
head-on into a pickup truck
legally parked on Fourth
Street.
No injuries were reported.

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A girl was born May
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A girl was born May 16 to
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Kurt Gunder, senior from St. Johns High School, was
named one of the recipients of the Father Herr Scholarships.
He is the son of John Gunder and Linda Hilvers. Kurt plans
to attend Bowling Green State University where he will
study pre-mortuary science. The Father Herr Scholarship
was established in December 1985 by the late Monsignor E.
C. Herr. To date, over $60,000 in scholarship aid has been
awarded.
The Modern Mothers of the Ohio Child Conservation
League recently held an installation dinner hosted by Jan
Rozelle and Anita Vogt. Devotions were read by Jacquie
Fritz. New officers for the 1991-92 year were installed by
past president Gerry Brock. Officers installed were Eleanor
Rostorfer, president; Wendy Schmelzer, vice president; Mary
Ann Schuck, secretary; Anita Vogt, treasurer; and Colleen
Harter, reporter.
Students of the Month for May at Elida High School
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eighth grade is Angela Wittler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David Wittler. Representing the seventh grade is Timothy
Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holmes; and sixth grade
representative is Brooke Buetner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
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Rotary President Dave Howell and Gina Csukker, funeral
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McClain and inspectors Tina Eley and Alan Joseph will be
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DELPHOS Larry G.
Rupert Sr., 73, of Delphos
passed away Tuesday at his
residence.
He was born on Nov. 13,
1942, in Delphos to George
and Genevieve (Markward)
Rupert, who preceded him in
death.
On Oct. 28, 1961, he
was united in marriage to
Katherine (Allemeier) Rupert;
she survives in Delphos.
Larry retired from Ineos
after 46 years of service as a
chief chemical operator. He
was in the United States Air
Force from 1960-64 in security service and radio operator in Russian linguistics. He
was a member of St. John the
Evangelist Catholic Church.
Larry truly enjoyed good
weather, especially sunny
days. He was an avid collector of music and enjoyed family get-togethers, especially
barbecues. He was considered
a thinker and loved to read.
He is survived by three

children, Larry G. (Dolores)


Rupert of Lima, John S.
(Laura) Rupert of Aurora,
Colorado, and Kim (Keith)
Schweizer of Spencerville;
five grandchildren, Rachel
(John) Abel, Katie (Bryan)
Duncan, Tyler Rupert and
Tony and Rick Jacomet; four
great-grandchildren; and 10
brothers and sisters, Dan
(Jane) Rupert, John (Diane)
Rupert, Rita (Chuck) Neate,
Jeanne (Jeff) Schram, Grace
(Wayne) Suever, Bill (Tina)
Rupert, Cook (Bill) Truman,
Jim (Cheryl) Rupert, Betty
(Gary) Baer and Mary Jo
Looser.
Funeral services will be
held at 11 a.m. on Saturday
at Harter and Schier Funeral
Home, Father Daniel Johnson
officiating. Burial will follow
at Resurrection Cemetery,
where the Delphos Veterans
Council will conduct military
graveside rites.
Friends may call from 4-8
p.m. on Friday at the funeral
home.
Memorial contributions
can be made to the donors
choice.

Nancy Spencer, editor


Ray Geary,
Chief Operating Officer
Delphos Herald, Inc.
David Thornberry,
Group Publisher
Lori Goodwin Silette,
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Ghost hunters visit Memorial Hall seeking answers
BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
DHI Media Editor
sgriffis@putnamsentinel.com

Dr. Wesley Klir gives ORBS team members a brief overview of the history of Memorial Hall before the team set about
its mission of detecting any lingering spirits in the building. (Putnam Sentinel/Steven Coburn-Griffis)

JENNINGS It was Saturday night and Dr. Wesley Klir


stood in the parking lot of Memorial Hall as the bells of St.
Joseph Catholic Church tolled eight times. Klir glanced up at
the looming building and the cloud-heavy sky, shredded with
varying hues of dark and light grey, that served as its backdrop.
Behind him, a team of 13 black-clad men and women bristling
with high-tech electronics ghost hunters climbed from
two long, black, anonymous vans to rank themselves with
near-military precision at his back.
As the group mounted a set of concrete stairs on the west
side of the building, pale lightning flickered high in the clouds
and a sparse, cold rain pattered down. At the door, Klir fitted
key to lock as inside the building an eerie blue light began
to pulse like a slow-beating heart. Klir hesitated and looked
around to the team of grim-faced men and women assembled
behind him. No one said a word. No one needed to
No. Wait. Stop. Thats not really how events played out.
Yes, Saturdays sky above Fort Jennings was ripe with grey
clouds, but there was no lightning and it never rained. And the
doors on the west side of the building two of them are
solid steel. From that vantage, no one could see any kind of
light inside Memorial Hall, eerie blue or otherwise. And, yes,
an organized ghost hunt was conducted, but the team and their
guides were as far from nervous and worried about the nights
coming events as is humanly possible.
People enjoyed celebrations here and they enjoyed the best
times of their lives here; they were celebrated in this building,
Klir said by way of introduction to the building. And to me,
if theres anything here, something just stuck around because
they were having a good time.
See HAUNTED, page 15

Antique Car Gathering May 21 at Sauder Village


Information submitted
ARCHBOLD More
than 100 antique automobiles
will be on display at Sauder
Village on May 21 for the
7th Annual Antique Car
Gathering. Antique car collectors from throughout the
Midwest are planning to display their antique automobiles
at Ohios largest living-history
village for guests of all ages
to see. Guests will also have
a chance to ride in and even
drive an antique making this
car show extra special again
this year.
Sauder Village offers a
unique backdrop for collectors to share their vintage cars

with others. Again this year car


enthusiasts are coming from
Ohio, Michigan and Indiana
to display their antique automobiles in the historic village
featuring more than 40 historic
homes, shops and community
buildings.
The cars on display at
Sauder Village will be from
a much earlier time period
than some car shows since
we require every car to be
older than 1942, shared Kim
Krieger, Media Relations.
Some cars will even date
back to the early 1900s making this show quite unique!
From a 1906 Cadillac
Model M Surrey and a 1916
Reo MG Touring to a 1928

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this year. Throughout the day
guests will be able to look
at the cars and visit with car
owners. Many exhibitors plan
to give demonstrations and
will be available to answer
questions about these unique
vehicles. Throughout the
afternoon, guests will have an
opportunity to take a ride in
an antique car and there will
be a special drawing for one
adult to win a chance to actually drive a car! Activities will
take place throughout the day,
weather permitting, and some
are available on a first-come,
first-served basis.
In addition to the display
of antique cars, guests will
certainly want to plan time
to experience the past in the
Historic Village. Visitors can

learn about the daily lives


of the Native Americans in
the award-winning Natives
and Newcomers area and
visit places like the WitmerRoth home and Holdeman
Church at Pioneer Settlement.
The newly-renovated Grime
Homestead is a fun place to
experience life in the 1920s
and the new gallery exhibits
in the Museum Building are
a great place to learn about
founder Erie Sauder and agriculture in Ohio. Guests with
young children are encouraged to stop by Little Pioneers
Homestead to gather eggs and
milk the fiberglass cow and
everyone should plan to take
a ride on the Erie Express or
the horse and buggy.
Historic Sauder Village is
open Tuesday through Friday
from 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.,
Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
and each Sunday afternoon

from noon-4 p.m. The Historic


Village is closed on Mondays,
except holidays. Admission is
$16 for adults and $10 for
students ages 6-16. Children
5 and under are always free
with family and Sauder Village
members receive free admission to the Historic Village for
an entire year. And again this
year, children 16 and under are
free every Sunday this season!
For more information about
the Antique Car Gathering or
other events planned for the
2016 season at Sauder Village,
call 800-590-9755, visit www.
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CALENDAR OF

State Championship BBQ Competition


& Festival set at AC Fairgrounds

Engagement

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.
6 p.m. Shepherds of
Christ Associates meet in the
St. Johns Chapel.
6:30 p.m. Delphos
Kiwanis Club, Eagles Lodge,
1600 E. Fifth St.
7 p.m. Bingo at St.
Johns Little Theatre.
7:30 p.m. Hope Lodge
214 Free and Accepted
Masons, Masonic Temple,
North Main Street.
Sons of the American
Legion meet at the Delphos
Legion hall.
The Ottoville Board of
Education meets in the elementary building.
The Fort Jennings Board of
Education meets in the library.

Information submitted
LIMA A State Championship BBQ
(PigMania) event is planned at the Allen
County Fairgrounds for Memorial Day
Weekend.
PigMania BBQ Festival & Professional
BBQ competition at the Allen County
Fairgrounds, (2750 Harding Hwy, Lima,
OH 45804) will be held May 27-29. The
event will be open from 5-11 p.m. Friday;
noon to 10 p.m. Saturday; and noon to 6
p.m. Sunday.
The three-day BBQ festival includes:
live music both Friday and Saturday,
award-winning BBQ and other various food
vendors, beer garden, craft and commercial
vendors, games; kids zone and activities

Rowland/Keena
Karen Rowland and David Rowland of Delphos
announce the engagement of their daughter, Miranda
Kristine, to Scott Michael Keena Jr., son of Scott and
Brandi Keena of Wayland, Michigan.
The couple will exchange vows on June 11, 2016, at
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Delphos.
The bride-elect is a 2010 graduate of St. Johns High
School and a 2016 graduate of Kaplan University.
Her fiance is a 2009 graduate of Wayland Union
High School and a 2014 graduate of the University of
Northwestern Ohio. He is employed at Accurate Truck
Service, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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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
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Next Generation
Delphos FFA attends State FFA Convention
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COLUMBUS Delphos FFA members recently attended
the 88th annual State FFA Convention in Columbus. During the
2-day trip, members participated in Career Development Events,
listened to outstanding motivational speakers, toured Wilson
Football Company and received recognition for their accomplishments. They were recognized for being a gold-rated chapter for
their contributions to the Ohio FFA foundation and chapter trust
program. Evan Krites was recognized as a gold-medal treasurer,
Asya Hamilton as a gold-medal secretary and Kylie White as a
gold-metal reporter. Also during the trip, they volunteered at the
Lifeline Christian Mission Center in downtown Columbus, packing clothing and food items to be shipped to Haiti.
Members attending the convention were Kylie White, Alesha
Harshman, Viktoria Brunswick, Tatiana Olmeda, Kaelin Anders,
Sarah Cline, Jenny Ditto, Meghan Ream, Maggie Ream, Mykenah
Jackson, Riley Claypool, Evan Krites, Cody Wright, Brent
Buettner, Cole Reindel, Caleb Haunhorst, Austin Lucas, Colin
White and Emily Buettner.
Three students received their State FFA Degree. The state
Degree is the highest degree that a member can earn on the state
level. The Degree was awarded to less than 1 percent of the Ohio
FFAs 25,000 members. In order to earn this degree, students are
evaluated on the scope and size of the Supervised Agricultural
Experience Program (SAE), FFA involvement, community service and academic record. All components have minimum standards and all must be met in order to earn the degree. Students that
attended convention to earn their degrees were honored among
the top in the state.

Members in attendance at the FFA State Convention include, front from left, Kylie White, Alesha Harshman, Viktoria
Brunswick, Tatiana Olmeda, Kaelin Anders, Sarah Cline, Jenny Ditto, Meghan Ream, Maggie Ream and Mykenah
Jackson; and back, Riley Claypool, Evan Krites, Cody Wright, Brent Buettner, Cole Reindel, Caleb Haunhorst, Austin
Lucas, Colin White and Emily Buettner. (Submitted photos)

Three earn State FFA Degree


Evan Krites is a junior
from St. Johns High School
and is the son of Brad and
Cheri Krites. His SAE program has been raising three
market steers and selling
their meat to local customers.
He has earned over $6,000
through this venture. He also
has worked more than 250
hours at Etzkorn Farms and
70 hours at Krites Excavating,
earning over $3,000. He performed more than 30 hours of
home-improvement projects
and volunteered over 40 hours
in the community. He participated in the farm business
Krites
management and the Outdoor
Power Equipment career-development events. Leadership
activities that he participated in included State & National FFA
conventions, Ohio State Leadership night and officer training.
He also was involved in fruit sales, Food for America and
Canal Days. The past two years, he has served as treasurer and
sentinel, respectively.

Brent Buettner is a junior


at Jefferson High School and
is the son of Steve and Bonnie
Buettner. His SAE program
has been an animal enterprise
project including the raising and showing of Market
hogs at the Allen County
and Ohio State fairs. Last
year, he showed the Reserve
Grand Champion Market
Hog. Through these projects,
he has met the quality standards of Animal Science. He
has applied the principles of
nutrition, health, behavior and
training in the production and
management of these species.
B. Buettner
On a daily basis, he cares for,
feeds, waters, maintains health, controls sanitation and waste
management and prepares them for show. He has earned more
than $10,000 for this project. He also has worked for Buettner
Farms on their 1,300-acre corn, soybean and wheat farm. He
has worked more than 950 hours and earned $9,500. On the
farm, Buettner assists in the planting and harvesting, helps
maintain and service equipment and works with their global
positioning systems. He has been a committee member of
Food For America, attended state convention, national convention and Ohio State Leadership Night. He has participated
on the general livestock judging team, Ag. Mechanics and
farm business management career-development events. He has
The Delphos FFA Chapter volunteered over 25 hours throughout the community as well.
Greenhand Quiz team He also has participated in Canal Days, fruit sales and the FFA
placed 18th out of 113 teams member auction.
at the state contest. Team
members included, front
from left, Avery Mercer,
Rachel Kroeger and Jenny
Ditto; and back, Michelle
Rode, Cole Haunhorst
and Emily Buettner. The
Greenhand Quiz is a contest that is open to first-year
FFA members from across
the state of Ohio. Members
are quizzed on their knowledge of FFA leaders, history,
facts and other information.
(Submitted photo)

Caleb Haunhorst is a junior


at Jefferson High School
and is the son of Todd and
Trisha Haunhorst. His SAE
program has been working
more than 500 hours for
Ace hardware and Rental,
more than 50 hours for Mox
Nursery and over 500 hours
for the Delphos City Parks
and Recreation departments.
He has earned more than
$7,500 for his projects. He
has completed over 30 hours
of home-improvement projects, 50 hours of community
service, was the leadership
committee chairman, particHaunhorst
ipated on the Ag. Mechanics ,
Outdoor Power Equipment, Greenhand Quiz and job-interview
career-development events. He has attended the State and
National Convention and Ohio State Leadership Night conference. He also has participated in Food for America, Canal
Days and fruit sales.

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St. Johns 4x1 boys relay Fire all the managers?


Major League Baseballs first managing
casualty is Fredi Gonzalez, fired Tuesday by
the Atlanta Braves.
It goes to show that sometimes sometimes? professional sports are a blood
sport.
He gets blamed for a team that is in total
I mean TOTAL rebuilding mode.
They make the Cincinnati Reds look like
they are seeking to compete for a World Series
title this year!
The powers-that-be gave Gonzalez a team
that might struggle in Triple A, that is how
total of a rebuild they are on.
How that can be his fault? He is managing
the team he had to put together from the players the front office and player personnel gave
him in spring training.
This is not a Bill Belichick situation, where
he brings in the talent and has almost total
control of his roster.
Their powers-that-be basically traded away
anyone that was any good in the off-season
or last season and they are left with prospects yes, theres that word again, all of
us Reds fans that are clearly not ready for
primetime action, or veterans that clearly are
past their primes and not what they used to be.
Seems to me they fired the wrong people,

Jim Metcalfe

Metcalfes
Musings
especially in this day and age of sabermetricians and all the numbers gurus in baseball
these days.
They should know better, shouldnt they?
The ridiculous thing is that they are building a new stadium to replace Turner Field,
which really isnt that old.
Braves fans even in the heyday of
Bobby Coxs teams that made the playoffs 14
years in a row or so in the 1990s and 2000s
never really did come out in droves, outside of
perhaps the playoffs.
Now they are going into a new stadium
with a team that wont be competitive at
the present way of doing things for a while.
Wonder what their ticket prices will be?
All this may be a warning lesson for Reds
manager Bryan Price.
See MUSINGS, page 7

Manz, timely hitting pace Lady


OHSAA members pass 18 items Panthers by Rams in tourney
The St. Johns 4x100-meter relay team of James Buettner, Ike Musser, Jordan Mohler and
Devin Haggard, coached by Jack Dewitt, had a time of 44.8 to win the Midwest Athletic
Conference title. (Photo Submitted)

Information Submitted
COLUMBUS Ohio
High
School
Athletic
Association member schools
passed all 18 proposed
Constitution and Bylaw revisions, Commissioner Daniel
B. Ross, Ph.D., announced
Tuesday, following the ballot
counting procedure conducted at the OHSAA office.
The approved changes,
which include 17 for high
schools and one for 7th-8th
grade schools, will go into
effect Aug. 1 unless otherwise noted.
A simple majority is all
that is required for a proposed
amendment to be adopted.
The OHSAAs annual referendum voting period began
May 1 and ballots were due
by 4 p.m. Monday. Each
member school has one vote,
which is cast by the principal.
After 821 ballots were mailed
to member high schools in
late April, 608 valid ballots
were returned for a voter turnout of 74 percent. There are
895 member 7th-8th grade
schools, with 441 returning
their ballot (49 percent).
High School Voting
Results: http://www.ohsaa.

org/members/refvote/2016ResultsHSReferendum.pdf
7th-8th Grade Voting Results:
http://www.ohsaa.org/members/
refvote/2016Results7th8thReferendum.pdf
A Review of the 2016
OHSAA Referendum Issues
High Schools
821 high school ballots
were mailed, 608 ballots were

returned (74 percent)


1.)
Bylaw
4-1-1,
Administrative Error (amend
note)
This proposed revision in
the note clarifies that students
who do not meet the scholarship
standard will not be considered
substantively eligible.
573 in favor; 24 opposed
2.) Bylaw 4-2-3, Age (8th
Grade Students Who Reach Age
15 by August 1)
This proposed revision provides a choice for an eighth grade
student who turns 15 by August
1 of the ensuing school year to:
a.) remain in grade eight and
not participate due to not meeting the age bylaw or b.) begin
high school participation at the
school where he or she would
be expected to enroll in grade
9. Should the student choose the
latter, the eight-semester bylaw
would apply, meaning the student would not be eligible for
interscholastic athletics in grade
12.
462 in favor; 142 opposed
(604 schools voted on this item)
3.) Bylaw 4-3-1, Enrollment
and Attendance
This proposed revision is
to delete Exceptions 3 (community schools) and 7 (STEM
schools) since current Exception
8 already refers to an exception
for those students (Unless otherwise mandated within the Ohio
Revised Code.).
544 in favor; 49 opposed
(593 schools voted on this item)
4.) Bylaw 4-3-3, Enrollment
and Attendance (New Exception)
This proposed revision is
to add an exception that would
allow the Commissioners Office
to evaluate requests for additional semesters of eligibility
on a case-by-case basis when a
student is placed back into the
appropriate high school grade
when entering a school in the

BY JIM METCALFE
United States for the first time.
DHI Media Sports Editor
531 in favor; 68 opposed jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com
(599 schools voted on this item)
5.) Bylaw 4-3-7, Enrollment
BATH TOWNSHIP
and Attendance
(Revised
Timely hitting.
Exception)
This proposed revision modThat was the differifies the exception for students ence between Paulding and

who have been educated in a


system outside the United States
and have not met the substantive academic requirements of
the NCAA initial eligibility
center in regard to high school
graduation but may be declared
eligible at an OHSAA member
school at the discretion of the
Commissioners Office.
519 in favor; 64 opposed
(583 schools voted on this item)
6.) Bylaw 4-4-1, Scholarship
(Adds Notes)
This proposed revision adds
notes to clarify what standards
must be met for home educated students to gain eligibility
for interscholastic athletics and
disallows a student who fails a
course or was not enrolled in a
course during the grading period to retroactively use such a
course to fulfill the scholarship
requirement.
534 in favor; 52 opposed
(586 schools voted on this item)
7.) Bylaw 4-7-2, Transfer
(Amends Definition of the 50
Percent Sitout Penalty)

Local action

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Thad Ringwald lifts Bearcats to NWC
co-championship
SPENCERVILLE Spencervilles Thad
Ringwald fanned 10 in leading the Bearcats
to a Northwest Conference baseball co-championship, 8-1, over Paulding Tuesday at
Spencerville.
He gave up three hits and walked one in
tossing 101 pitches (66 for strikes).
A 5-spot in the home fifth, all unearned,
opened up a 2-1 Bearcat lead.
AB R H RBI BB K
Paulding
Corbin Edwards 3 0 2 0 0 0, Lupe Martinez 2 0 0 0
1 1, Jarrett Sitton 3 0 0 1 0 0, Preston Johanns 3 0 0 0 0
2, Cameron Doster 3 0 0 0 0 1, Alex Arellano 3 0 0 0 0
3, Cade McGarvey 2 0 0 0 0 1, Jaret Miller 1 0 0 0 0 0,
Marcus Miller 1 0 0 0 0 0, Westen Philpot 1 0 0 0 0 1,
James Mourey 2 1 1 0 0 1. Totals 24 1 3 1 1 10.
Spencerville
Justin Thiery 2 1 1 1 2 0, David Wisher 3 1 1 0 0 0,
Mitchell Youngpeter 4 2 0 0 0 0, Hunter French 3 1 3 1
1 0, Brady Becker 4 1 2 3 0 1, Thad Ringwald 4 1 1 1 0
0, Luke Carpenter 2 1 0 0 0 0, Brady Nolan 3 0 1 0 1 0,
Keaton Lotz 3 0 1 1 1 1, Zach Ringwald - - - - - -. Totals
28 8 10 7 5 2.
Score by Innings: R H E
Paulding 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 1 3 4
Spencerville 2 0 0 0 5 1 x - 8 10 1
E: McGarvey 2, Arellano, Philpot, French; LOB:
Paulding 3, Spencerville 10; 2B: French; 3B: Becker; SB:
Wisher; CS: Thiery; Sac: Wisher.
IP H R ER BB K
PAULDING
Johanns (L) 4.0 6 2 2 0 1
Edwards 0.2 3 5 0 3 0
Philpot 1.1 1 1 0 2 1
SPENCERVILLE
Thad Ringwald (W) 7.0 3 1 1 1 10
WP: Edwards. HBP: Carpenter 2 (by Edwards,
Philpot). Pitches-Strikes: Johanns 47-34, Edwards 31-11,
Philpot 30-14; T. Ringwald 101-66.

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Morrison hurls Bulldogs by Titans
ELIDA Elidas Austin Morrison tossed

See OHSAA, page 7

a 5-hitter versus Ottoawa-Glandorf Tuesday


afternoon at Ed Sandy Memorial Field and
led a 6-1 Western Buckeye League baseball
triumph.
Morrison tossed an efficient 80 pitches
(60 for strikes) in walking none and fanning
seven. The only run he ceded was unearned.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF (1)
Austin Verhoff 4 0 1 0, Austin Horstman 3 0 0
0, Austin Williams 3 0 0 0, Chase Schrieber 3 1 1 0,
Jordan Diemer 3 0 0 0, Logan Balbaugh 3 0 0 0, Nathan
Arrington 3 0 0 0, Grant Fuerst 3 0 1 1, Brayden Fortman
3 0 2 0. Totals 28 1 5 1.
ELIDA (6)
Josh Bull 3 0 1 1, Austin Morrison 2 1 0 0, Derek
Snider 3 1 1 0, Logan Alexander 1 1 0 0, Owen Anderson
2 2 1 1, Tristan Edwards 1 0 1 2, Noah Adcock 2 1 0 0,
Dylan Holcomb 3 0 3 1, Ryan Cook 3 0 1 0. Totals 20
6 8 5.
Score by Innings: R H E
Ott.-Glan. 010 000 0 1 5 2
Elida 011 130 x 6 8 2
E: Diemer, Williams, Cook, Snider; LOB: OttawaGlandorf 6, Elida 6; 2B: Bull; SB: Anderson; SF:
Anderson.
IP H R ER BB SO HR
OTTAWA GLANDORF
Drake Lammers (L) 4.0 6 5 4 7 1 0
Fuerst 1.0 2 1 1 0 1 0
Owen Hiegel 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ELIDA
Morrison (W) 7.0 5 1 0 0 7 0
PB: Horstman, Alexander. Balk: Morrison. HBP:
Edwards, Snider. BB: Alexander 2, Morrison 2, Adcock,
Edwards, Bull. Pitches-Strikes: Lammers 83-37, Fuerst
16-11, Hiegel 7-4; Morrison 80-60.

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MONDAY
Big Green edges Pirates in PCL baseball
CONTINENTAL Ottovilles baseball
unit put up a 3-spot in the top of the fifth and
held on for a 3-2 Putnam County League conquest of homestanding Continental Monday.

Tinora Tuesday afternoon in


Division III District softball
action at Bath High School.
The Lady Panthers got it
and the Lady Rams didnt as
the Panthers grabbed a 4-2
triumph.
Paulding (12-9) advances to take on todays Allen
East-Bluffton winner 5 p.m.
Friday back at Bath.
The Panthers won a
pitchers duel between complete-game hurlers Audrey
Manz and Tinoras (16-4)
Ashton Helmke.
Tinora also left 10 runners on base, including the
bases loaded in the bottom
of the third and the sixth, to
Pauldings six.
Im not so sure Audrey
could have done that earlier this season. She competed and thats all weve
told her all season; compete
out there, Paulding coach
Matt Carr explained. Thats
something to pitch out of two

bases-loaded jams like that.


We really got some timely
hits and getting those two
runs in the fifth were really
big. We have four or five
freshmen we brought up for
our tournament roster and
they bring so much energy
and enthusiasm and thats
how we played today; Im so
proud of our 18 girls.
Tinora assistant coach
Corey Hale agreed with
Carrs assessment.
Manz did a heck of a job
keeping us off-balance. When
she had to bear down, she
did something different and
our batters stuttered at the
plate and we could not get
the big hit, Hale added. We
didnt get any until we were
down four. The good thing
is we are a young team, with
half our lineup freshmen and
sophomores. This is a good
learning experience and once
we get through this, I hope
we come back for a long run
next season.
Paulding struck first in the
top of the first on a leadoff
single by Kelsey Beck, a steal
and a 1-out knock by Haylee
Dominique.
Tinora got runners to second and third with two outs in

the bottom half on a single by


Kaitlyn Pscodna and a double

by Allison Zipfel.
After the Panthers left a
runner on in the second, they
got a 1-out solo blast to left
by Beck for a 2-0 lead in the
third.
Paulding got two huge
insurance runs in the top of the
fifth. With one out, Karissa
Lucas and Asia Arellano
singled and Beck walked to
load the bases. A wild pitch
brought Lucas in and a slice
to center got Arellano in for a
4-0 advantage.
Paulding left two batters
on in the sixth and seventh
inning in an effort to extend
the lead.
See MANZ, page 7

All-League Baseball, Softball


Teams

Information Submitted
Smiddy tops WBL baseball players
Defiance senior Shay Smiddy was named
the Western Buckeye Leagues 2016 Player
of the Year in voting by the leagues baseball
coaches.
His mentor, Tom Held of Defiance, was the
WBL Coach of the Year.
Joining Smiddy on the first unit are teammate Connor Stykemain (senior); Van Werts
Justice Tussing (senior) and Ryan Stoller
(senior); Baths Andrew Renner (senior);
Celinas Seth Lonsway (junior); St. Marys
Memorials Nathan Wilker (senior) and junior
Dustin Howell; and Wapakoneta senior Nick
Bruns and sophomore Manny Vorhees.
On the second team are Elida senior Derek
Snider; Van Wert junior Caleb Fetzer; Bath
senior Andrew Jordan and senior Cam Clark;
Celina senior CJ Kimmel and junior Isaiah
Eichler; Defiances Braden Frederick and
Charlie Gordon (juniors); Kenton senior Trey
Reichelderfer; and Shawnee senior Blake
Casady.
The third team has Elida senior Josh Bull;
Van Wert senior Josh Braun; Bath juniors
Kaden Sullivan and Jordan Berens; Defiance
senior Abe Smith and junior Bryce Borton;
Ottawa-Glandorf senior Austin Verhoff; St.
Marys Memorial juniors Julius Fisher and
Derek Jay; and Wapak junior Maddux Liles.
Honorable Mention: Elida - Austin
Morrison (senior); Van Wert - Ryan
McCracken (senior); Bath - Ryan Gossard
(junior); Celina - Justin Keeling (senior);
Defiance - Jacob Kimenez (senior); Kenton
- Will Hoppe (senior); Ottawa-Glandorf - Jay
Schieber (sophomore); Shawnee - Spencer
Caudill (senior); St. Marys Memorial - Chase
Roop (senior); Wapak - Jarrett Koch (senior).
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Stammen top MAC baseball player
St. Henry senior pitcher Mitchel Stammen
was voted 2016 Midwest Athletic Conference
Player of the Year by voting of the leagues

baseball coaches.
Coldwater (8-1) and Versailles (8-1) have
tied for the team championship, with their
respective mentors: Brian Harlamert and Ryan
Schlater; were tabbed MAC Co-Coaches of
the Year.
It is Coldwaters 29th MAC title and the
fourth for Versailles.
Coldwater is ranked #2 in the latest
Division III coaches poll, St. Henry #9 (D-IV),
Ft. Recovery #11 (D-IV), Minster #15 (D-IV)
and Versailles #20 (D-III).
Joining Stammen on the first unit are teammates Jason Evers (12 Outfield) and Evan
Lefeld (12 Third Base); Coldwaters Malave
Bettinger (12 First Base), Aaron Harlamert
(12 Catcher/Infield), Jack Hemmelgarn (12
Pitcher) and Kyle McKibben (12 Shortstop);
Versailles Brett McEldowney (12 Pitcher),
Keaton McEldowney (10 Outfield), Kurtis
Rutschilling (10 Second Base) and Kyle
Subler (11 Catcher); Fort Recoverys Jackson
Hobbs (12 Pitcher), Jacob Homan (11 Infield)
and Cade Wendel (10 Infield); Minsters
Peter Falk (12 Shortstop), Alex Lehmkuhl (10
Second Base) and Josh Nixon (12 Pitcher);
New Bremens Owen Leugers (12 First
Base) and Deion Hoehne (12 Third Base/
Outfield); Parkways Jensen Riley (12 Infield)
and Alec Schoenleben (11 Outfield); Marion
Locals Matt Kahlig (11 Outfield); and New
Knoxvilles Hunter McMurray (12 Shortstop).
On the second team are St. Johns junior
pitcher Jacob Youngpeter; Coldwaters Kraig
Schoenherr (12 Outfield) and Dylan Thobe
(11 Infield); Fort Recoverys Nick Thwaits (10
Outfield); New Bremens Ben Schwieterman
(12 Outfield); St. Henrys Josh Osterholt
(12 Outfield/Shortstop); and Versailles Jared
Neikamp (12 First Base).
HONORABLE MENTION
Coldwater: Petey Post; Ft. Recovery:
Hunter Boughman, Ross Homan, Kyle
Schroer; Marion Local: Cole Griesdorn, Ian
Kramer, Duane Leugers; Minster:
See ALL-LEAGUE, page 7

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St. Marys Bass Tourney

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

The Herald 7

Musings
(Continued from page 6)
I dont believe they intend to fire him
after all, he is in the same boat as Gonzalez as
far as the pitching, plus they have had a ridiculous amount of injuries to that staff (perhaps
because too many of them might not be ready
for the majors and are forced to pitch above

Manz

(Continued from page 6)


Tinora tried to rally in
the seventh. Quinn Slattman
had a 1-bounce double to
the fence in left and Alexis
Metz grounded a hit into left
and promptly advanced on a
wild pitch. Slattman scored
on a 1-out sacrifice fly to
center by Zipfel and Metz
reached third, from which
she scored on a single to
center by Helmke. However,
The Delphos Bass Clubs first tournament of the year was at Grand Lake. Congratulations Manz induced a comebacker
to Chad Buzard, left, for the win with 5 fish weighing 9.52 lbs. Second place went to Mike by Jenna Seither to end the
Reynolds with 3 fish weighing 7.10 lbs., as well as 2nd big bass. Third place went to game.
Brandon Osting with 3 fish weighing 6.49 lbs. Rob Lucas was 4th with 3 fish weighing 5.72
lbs. Big bass honors goes to Tyler Ostendorf with a largemouth weighing 3.84 lbs. The next
tournament is Jones Lake on Saturday. (Photo Submitted)

their heads).
Plus, the owner, Bob Castellini, doesnt
necessarily want to be paying Prices salary,
along with that of a new manager.
Still, in this day and age, if the fans ire
continues to grow as it will should they
keep on their present losing ways well
remember what I wrote about blood sports?

PAULDING (4)
Kelsey Beck c 2-2-2-1, Audrey
Manz p 4-0-2-1, Haylee Dominique
1b 4-0-1-1, Kristen Schiltlf 3-0-00, Stephianie Trausch cf 2-0-0-0,
Daleigh Davis ph 1-0-1-0, Kamdyn
Etzler pr 0-0-0-0, Mya Andrews 3b
3-0-0-0, Darian Andrews ss 2-0-00, Karissa Lucas 2b 3-1-1-0, Asia
Arellano dh 3-1-1-0, Bailey Pieper rf
0-0-0-0. Totals 27-4-8-3.
TINORA (2)
Quinn Slattman ss 4-1-2-0,
Alexis Metz 2b 4-1-2-0, Kaitlym
Pscodna 1b 4-0-1-0, Allison Zipfel
cf 2-0-1-1, Ashton Helmke p 3-0-11, Oakley Demar pr 0-0-0-0, Jenna
Seither c 3-0-1-0, Kendall Sattler pr
0-0-0-0, Hannah Hoprn 3b 1-0-0-0,
Aubrey Reineke lf 3-0-0-0, Lindsay

Clemens rf 3-0-0-0. Totals 27-2-8-2.


Score by Innings: R H E
Paulding 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 - 4 8 2
Tinora 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 - 2 8 2
E: Dominique, Pieper, Slattman,
Seither; LOB: Paulding 6, Tinora
10; 2B: Davis, Slattman, Pscodna,
Seither; HR: Beck; SB: Beck;
CS: Manz (by Seither), Schilt (by
Seither); POB: Seither (by Beck);
Sac: Helmke, Horn; SF: Zipfel.
IP H R ER BB SO
PAULDING
Manz (W, 7-5) 7.0 8 2 2 2 6
TINORA
Helmke (L, 15-2) 7.0 8 4 4 4 6
WP: Manz, Helmke. HBP:
Seither (by Manz). BB: Beck 2,
Schilt, D. Andrews, Zipfel, Horn.

OHSAA

(Continued from page 6)

Local
(Continued from page 6)
BATTING
AB R H RBI BB SO LOB
Ottoville
J Fanning 3 1 2 2 1 0 0, B Schnipke 3 0 0 1 1 1
0, Z Martin 1 0 0 0 2 0 2, N Moorman 2 0 0 0 0 2 1,
T Warnecke 3 0 0 0 0 0 2, G Schulte 2 0 0 0 1 2 0, B
Boecker 3 1 1 0 0 1 1, C Schnipke 2 1 0 0 0 2 0, R
Bendele 2 0 0 0 0 1 2, D Kemper 1 0 0 0 0 1 0. Totals 22
3 3 3 5 10 6.
Continental
Dockery 3 2 1 0 0 0 0, Coleman 3 0 1 0 0 0 1, Shepard
2 0 0 1 0 1 2, Deleon 3 0 1 0 0 0 0, Williamson 3 0 0 0 0
0 1, Weller 2 0 1 0 0 1 0, #12 1 0 0 0 0 1 2, Potts 3 0 1 0
0 0 0, Troyer 3 0 0 0 0 1 2, Okuley 3 0 0 0 0 0 2. Totals
26 2 5 1 0 4 4.
Score by Innings: R H E
Ottoville 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 - 3 3 2
Continental 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 2 5 0
LOB: Ottoville 6, Continental 4; 2B: Fanning 2,
Dockery; SB: Dockery, Coleman; CS: Fanning; SF:
Shepard.
PITCHING
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Ottoville
Moorman (W) 7.0 5 2 1 0 4 0
Continental
Shepard (L) 7.0 3 3 3 5 10 0.
HBP: Shepard 2 (by Moorman 2). P-S: Moorman
74-52; Shepard 110-62.

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Panthers need extras to down Lady
Bearcats
SPENCERVILLE The Spencerville varsity softball team was defeated by Paulding in
Northwest Conference softball action Monday
night at Spencerville 6-5 in extra innings.
The Bearcats fall to 11-12 (4-4 NWC) on
the season .
Paulding improves to 11-9 (4-4 NWC) on
the season.
Paulding took an early 5-0 lead in the second inning after a leadoff error on a ground
ball, a fly ball to right field and a groundout
fielders choice; the Panthers strung together
three of their five total hits after two outs in
the inning.
Spencerville bounced back in the bottom
of the third inning with leadoff walk to Alex
Shumate and a groundout by leadoff hitter
Bailey Swartz. Destiny Price stroked a double

to score courtesy runner Haley Cobb. Kara


May drove in her school single-season record
42nd RBI of the season with a single and Julie
Mulholland followed with an RBI single of
her own to pull the Bearcats within 5-3.
From there, Bearcat senior pitcher Shumate
and her defense settled in to shut down the
Paulding offensive attack with five straight
scoreless innings.
During that span, Paulding could only
muster two singles, while Shumate struck out
four.
In the home half of the fifth inning, the
Bearcats tied the game at 5-5 with a leadoff
bunt single by Bailey Swartz, an RBI triple by
Destiny Price and a sac fly by May.
From there, Pauldings defense shut down
the Bearcats to two more singles and three
strikeouts.
With one out in the eighth, Paulding had a
hard-hit ground ball shot off the Bearcat first
basemans knee, the next Panther batter hit a
high fly ball to right field that was misplayed,
allowing the winning run to score from second.
The Bearcats comeback effort in the home
half came up a little short when catcher Jenna
Henline doubled to left field but was stranded
there to end the game.
Score by Innings: R H E
Paulding 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 - 6 5 1
Spencerville 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 - 5 11 4
WP: Manz (8 innings, 5 runs, 11 hits, 1 walk, 6 strikeouts); LP: Alex Shumate (8 innings, 6 runs, 0 earned, 5
hits, 1 walk, 5 strikeouts). 2B: Destiny Price (S), Jenna
Henline (S). 3B: Destiny Price (S).

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Kalida baseball wins 20th
BENTON RIDGE Kalidas baseballers
won their 20th game versus one loss as Brady
Laudick and three relievers downed homestanding Liberty-Benton 6-1 Monday.
Austin Swift led the 9-hit Kalida offense
with a 2-for-2 game (2 runs batted in).
Kalida takes on Miller City in Division IV
District action today at O-G.
Score by Innings: R H E
Kalida 050 001 0 - 6 9 0
Lib.-Ben. 000 010 0 - 1 3 2
WP: Brady Laudick (3-1; 4 IP, 5 K, 6 BB, 0 H, 0 R);
LP: Snider (2 1/3 IP, 5 ER, 5 BB, 0 K, 5 H). Other Kalida
pitchers: Trent Siebeneck, Noah Lambert, Owen Recker;
Other Liberty-Benton pitchers: George. 2B: Austin Swift
(K), Young (L).

a loophole that was present. Transfer students


not meeting an exception are ineligible for all
contests until after the first 50 percent of the maximum allowable regular season contests in those
sports in which the student participated during
the 12 months immediately preceding the transfer.
The revision would clarify that once eligibility is
restored, the student shall be eligible for no more
than 50 percent of the maximum allowable contests, quarters, halves or points which are permitted
in any recognized sport.
551 in favor; 39 opposed (590 schools voted
on this item)
8.) Bylaw 4-7-2, Transfer, Exception 1
(Modification)
The modification would provide parents of students, whose parents have made a bona fide move
of at least 100 miles, the opportunity to choose a
school for their children to attend that best meets
the childs educational needs whether the school
is public or non-public. In addition, if both parents
have not made the move, extenuating circumstances presented that would prevent one parent from
making the move immediately would allow for
conditional eligibility for up to 90 days, and that
provision could be extended if medical or military
obligations prevent the move by one parent.
539 in favor; 42 opposed (581 schools voted
on this item)
9.) Bylaw 4-7-2, Transfer, Exception 2
(Clarification)
This proposed revision would clarify that the
change of custody must be between two parents/
individuals who live in two different school districts.
536 in favor; 43 opposed (579 schools voted
on this item)
10.) Bylaw 4-7-2, Transfer, Exception 3
(Clarification)
This proposed revision would clarify that the
entire educational program is being referenced and
not just the interscholastic athletics program.
568 in favor; 22 opposed (590 schools voted
on this item)
11.) Bylaw 4-7-2, Transfer, Exception 6
(Clarification)
This proposed revision would clarify that the
OHSAA would only consider students for the
waiver when the familys home is actually under
construction or the appropriate paperwork has been
submitted that is prescribed by law to verify the
home purchase. Eligibility would then be extended
for 90 days only after which time the family must
be in residence in the home and submit the affidavit of bona fide residence in order to preserve
eligibility.
543 in favor; 37 opposed (580 schools voted
on this item)
12.) Bylaw 4-7-2, Transfer, Exception 7
(Modification)
This proposed revision to the exception for
students who are victims of harassment, intimidation or bullying would reinforce the notion that all
claims must be memorialized in writing or in some
mediated format to representatives of the school

All-League
(Continued from page 6)
Aaron Ernst, Jon Niemeyer, Bryce
Schmiesing; New Knoxville: Nick Topp;
Parkway: Derrick Mosier; St. Henry:
Parker Link, Matt Siefring; Delphos St.
Johns: Buddy Jackson, Eric Vogt, Josh
Warnecke; Versailles: Austin Knapke,
Cole Niekamp.
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Hawk MAC Softball POY
Parkway sophomore third sacker
Haley Hawk was voted 2016 Midwest
Athletic Conference Softball Player of
the Year.
New Bremen (6-1) and Versailles
(6-1) have tied for the conference title.
Parkway is scheduled to host
Coldwater Monday. If Parkway would
win that game, there would be a 3-way
tie for the title.
It is New Bremens fourth championship and the fifth for Versailles; it could
potentially be Parkways 12th.
Parkway is the only state-ranked

team in MAC softball (#3 in the latest


Division IV coaches poll).
MAC Softball Co-Coaches of the
Year are Craig Griesdorn of New Bremen
and Mechelle Heitkamp of Versailles.
MIDWEST
ATHLETIC
CONFERENCE SOFTBALL 2016
ALLCONFERENCE TEAMS
FIRST TEAM
NAME
SCHOOL
GRADE
POSITION
Olivia Harlamert Coldwater 10
Outfield, Maura Hoying Coldwater 10
Shortstop, Sarah Fesenmyer Marion
Local 11 Shortstop, Taylor Homan
Minster 9 Shortstop, Alyse Clune New
Bremen 12 Shortstop, Sophie Fox New
Bremen 11 Pitcher, Debbie Paul New
Bremen 12 Catcher, Cassidy Smith New
Bremen 11 Third Base, Bailey Bates
Parkway 10 Second Base, Selena Burtch
Parkway 12 Pitcher, *Haley Hawk
Parkway 10 Third Base, Mackenzie
Sipe Parkway 10 Outfield, Alyx
Slusher Parkway 11 Shortstop, Jacey
King St. Henry 12 First Base, Lauren
Heitkamp Versailles 11 Pitcher, Kristin

Langston Versailles 12 Shortstop, Kami


McEldowney Versailles 10 Third Base,
Hailey McEldowney Versailles 10
Outfield.
SECOND TEAM
Lexi Meyer Coldwater 12 Second
Base, Chelsea Timmerman Ft. Recovery
12 Pitcher/Outfield, Marah Moeller
Marion Local 10 Designated Player,
Jenna Poeppelman Minster 9 Pitcher/
Designated Player, Chloe Schwartz New
Bremen 11 Outfield, Cara Brockman
St. Henry 12 Shortstop/ Catcher, Sarah
Gigandet Versailles 11 First Base.
HONORABLE MENTION
Coldwater: Danielle Welsch; Ft.
Recovery: Audra Metzger, Devin Post;
Marion Local: Lauren Sanders; Minster:
Lindsey Albers, Danielle Barhorst,
Jessica Berelsman, Karly Richard,
Emma Schmiesing; New Bremen:
Kaitlyn Ahrns; Parkway: Alisa Gray; St.
Henry: Heather Hietkamp; Versailles:
Cori Lawrence, Kate Stammen.

district where the alleged harassment, intimidation


or bullying took place.
560 in favor; 45 opposed (605 schools voted
on this item)
13.) Bylaw 4-7-2, Transfer, Exception 10
(Clarification)
This proposed revision adds the word member before school. This eliminates the use of
this exception for students who attend community
schools that offer and then discontinue their interscholastic athletics programs.
542 in favor; 58 opposed (600 schools voted
on this item)
14.) Bylaw 4-7-4, Intra-District Transfer (Adds
Notes)
This proposed revision adds notes to bring
clarity to the exceptions and makes them consistent
with the inter-district exceptions found in Bylaw
4-7-2.
570 in favor; 36 opposed (606 schools voted
on this item)
15.) Bylaw 4-8-1, International Students (Note
added to Exception 1)
This proposed revision adds a note to Exception
1 to clarify that when parents move to the United
States and into Ohio from another country, both
parents are required to make the move and Bylaw
4-7-2 is in play.
563 in favor; 43 opposed (606 schools voted
on this item)
16.) Bylaw 5-1-1, Awards, Gifts and Prizes
(Clarifications and Modification)
This proposed revision clarifies that the bylaw
applies to students whether the student is participating for the school or not. It also clarifies that
not all items received are awards but may also be
gifts and prizes. In addition, the value of the award,
gift or prize that the student may accept has been
raised to $400.
538 in favor; 59 opposed (597 schools voted
on this item)
17.) Bylaw 8-3-1, Decisions by Officials
(Addition of Note)
This proposed revision adds a note that authorizes the Commissioners Office to consider the use
of any reliable, probative and substantial evidence
to correct the misidentification of a participant who
has been ejected for the second time when such
ejection results in the ineligibility for the remainder
of the sports season.
582 in favor; 11 opposed (593 schools voted
on this item)
7th-8th Grade Schools
895 7th-8th school ballots were mailed, 441
ballots were returned (49 percent) including 11
invalid
18.) Bylaw 4-3-4, Enrollment and Attendance
(New Exception) - to be voted upon by 7th-8th
grade principals.
This proposed revision adds an exception for
middle school students who are severely disabled,
tracks the exception that is available for high
school students and would provide additional eligibility opportunities.
387 in favor; 36 opposed (423 schools voted
on this item)

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Delphos Recreation Center Junior Bowlers


Lion Cubs

Photos submitted

1st place team

2nd place team

Jordyan Roberts, Dylan Tumlinson, Ryan Aldrich

Airamee Marks, Kaylee Schnipke,


Blake Wagoner, Pacey Early

Award Winners

Front Row. Jordyan Roberts (High Ave) , Dylan Tumlinson


(High Series) , Ryan Aldrich (High Ave)
Back row. Airamee Marks (High Series), Kaylee Schnipke
(High Game), Blake Wagoner (High Game)

Perfect Attendance

Most Improved Average


Blake Wagoner & Jordyan Roberts

Benjamin Bidlick, Dakota Sloan, Hayden Bidlick, Pacey Early

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Buisness
Practical Money

Getting your
finances ready
for adoption
BY NATHANIEL SILLIN

of U.S. employers offered a


financial adoption benefit in
The decision to start 1990 rising to 52 percent.
a family is a joyful event. Check with your employer to
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advance planning for a range benefits into your overall
of financial issues unique to financial plan.
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hope to bring into their home. Adoption is a legal process
According to the U.S. and depending on the kind of
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adopting (https://www.child- attorney to make sure your
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hundred dollars or can easily your rights are being proexceed $40,000 based on the tected.
Think about insurance.
form of adoption you choose.
Life and health
So how do you
insurance options
get your finances
need
to
be
ready for adopreviewed for cost
tion? By doing
and thoroughyour homework
ness of coverage
and making sure
before you begin
the price and prothe adoption processing work of
cess. Life insuradoption all
ance may come
adoption resourcup as part of
es, rules and
the estate-planrequirements
ning process,but
differ locally
health insurance
wont
eclipse
in
particular
other essential
requires special
financial goals
Sillin
consideration
in
like retirement, saving for your future childs case the child you plan to
education and, of course, the adopt has medical or develophigher daily living expenses mental needs.
Evaluate available adopcommon to all new families.
tion grants. Various commuStart with these tips:
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both a tax credit for quali- the process to understand all
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to adopt an eligible child and adoptive parents are like
an exclusion from income for make your learning process
employer-provided adoption about more than the money.
Bottom line: Adoption is
assistance. The credit is nonrefundable, meaning that it one of lifes most rewarding
is limited to ones tax liabil- events. The amount of finanity for the year. Any credit in cial planning you can do to
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children may qualify for special treatment. Visit IRS.gov Visas financial education
programs. To follow Practical
for more details.
Check your workplace Money Skills on Twitter: www.
benefits. A 2013 Aon Hewitt twitter.com/PracticalMoney
study said only 12 percent

Real Estate Transfers


Allen County
Delphos
Eric M. Norbeck and Sara Norbeck to Jeffrey D.
Milligan, 334 N. Scott St., Delphos, $111,000.
Marion Township
Margaret F. Fischer Trustee and Mark G. Fischer Trustee
of the Margaret F. Fischer Revocable Living Trust to Alex
A. McAdams and Stacy J. Alexander, 13939 W. State Road,
Delphos, $150,000.
Karl Edwin Stemen Executor Huldah Elizabeth Stemen
Estate, Huldah Stemen Estate, Hulda Stemen Estate to
Michael P. Schleeter, 3590 N. Grubb Road, Delphos,
$45,000.
Henry A. Yoder Trustee and Grace D. Yoder Trustee of
the Henry A. Yoder and Grace D. Yoder Revocable Trust to
Tyson M. Bowman and Allison K. Bowman, 4900 N. Grubb
Road, Delphos, $172,500.
Spencerville
Kenneth W. Armstrong Et Al, AKA Kenneth William
Armstrong, Deborah K. Armstrong, AKA Deborah Kay
Armstrong and Sheriff Samuel A. Crish to ONeill
Construction Services, 417 W. 1st St., Spencerville, $30,100.
Putnam County
Kevin Bingley and Sharon Bingley, 1.155 acres,
Greensburg Township, to Brad R. Ellerbrock and Ashley
M. Ellerbrock.
Jeremy J. Knueven and Gloria R. Knueven, 2.0 acres,
Riley Township, to Jeremy J. Knueven and Gloria R.
Knueven.
Lois A. Doepker, Lot 1329, Ottawa, to John D. Doepker
TR, Scot A. Doepker TR, NLD Trust.
See TRANSFERS, page 15

New owners take over A&W Restaurant

Former A&W Restaurant owners Irvin and Mary Grone held a meet and greet for their employees and the new owners
of the restaurant. From left, new owners Curt and Jenny Bigelow, new manager Schuyler Unruh, the Grones and new
owners Cindy and Don Unruh. The Bigelow and Unruhs do business under Bigun Restaurants, LLC. (DHI Media/Vicki
Gossman)

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Crossword Puzzle

Good Vibrations

"St. Patrick's Day Veggies"

By Ed Clark

The music that moves us ...


The Beach Boys
Ah, the Sounds of Summer
Wouldnt It Be Nice (#8 single September
1966) to spend a few Endless
Summer (#1 compilation album 1974) days
listening to the Good Vibrations
(#1 single December 1966) of one of
Americas great bands, The Beach Boys.
In my comeuppance, I was lucky to have older
siblings with impeccable musical taste. Music
was nearly always in the air those early days and
perhaps no band caught the attention of my ears
more so than The Beach Boys. I simply couldnt
then, and havent now, gotten enough of the simple tempo, gorgeous harmony of these guys.
Brothers Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson along
with cousin Mike Love and friend Al Jardine
(Brians high school football teammate) brought
the sound of Southern Cal surf music to the
mainstream pop scene in the early 1960s. I
can remember thinking the world stood still
as I drove (ink not yet dry on my new drivers
license) around (1975) listening to the Beach
Boys Endless Summer 8-track tape. (And the
music was from 1961-63!)
A few other good memory reminders:
Kokomo #1 1988
Help Me, Rhonda #1 1965
I Get Around #1 1964
California Girls #3 1965
Be True To Your School #6 1963
Do It Again #20 1968
In My Room #23 1963
God Only Knows #39 1966
Good Timin #40 1979
Little Deuce Coupe #15 1963
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Brian Wilson provided much of the great in the

body of work from this American band. Much


has been written regarding the mental health
struggle of Brian Wilson and understanding his
journey is perhaps best depicted in the 2015 biopic Love & Mercy starring John Cusack.
Wilson shared in a recent interview with
Billboard; I am proud that I have survived,
proud that I have weathered not just one storm,
but a lifetime of storms.
Years from now pop music history will flash
back smiling to the days of The Beach Boys
music. Brian Wilson may have summed it up
best (1988 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame speech)
I wanted to make joyful music that made other
people feel good. Thanks Brian Wilson and you
can be certain that youve succeeded again and
again and again. Good Vibrations.
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The Herald 11

Next Generation
Delphos FFA awards Chapter Degrees
Information submitted
DELPHOS At the
May FFA meeting, 16 members received their chapter
degrees.
To receive a chapter degree, members have
to meet the following
requirements: must have
a Greenhand degree, must
have completed at least one
semester of instruction in
agricultural education, have
in operation an approved
supervised
agricultural
experience program and
be regularly enrolled in an
agricultural education class.
They must also have
satisfactory knowledge of
the local constitution and
the local program of activities, have earned $150 by
the members own efforts,
worked 50 hours in a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) other than class
time, demonstrate five parliamentary procedure abilities, maintain a satisfactory scholastic record in the
agricultural course, submit
a written application, lead
a group discussion for 15
minutes, participated in
three official functions in
the FFA and also complete
15 hours of community service.
Members who received the degree include, front from left, Kaelin Anders, Meghan Ream, Sarah Cline, Marie Mueller and Cody Wright; middle,
Brandon Wrasman, Mykenah Jackson, Allie Buettner, Collin Will and Jacob Smith; and back, Jason Ditto, Derek Lindeman, Troy Elwer, Ethan
Bonifas and Cole Reindel. Absent from meeting and picture but receiving her Chapter Degree is Holly Dellinger. (Submitted photo)

FFA at State Convention, continued

The Agricultural Technical & Mechanical Team placed 16th out of 35 teams. Students
take a test that involves detailed questions about engineering principles applied to production agriculture, as well as solve a series of agricultural-related math problems. The
team includes, from left, Jason Ditto, Derek Lindeman, Jenny Ditto, Collin Fischer and
Brandon Wrasman. (Submitted photos)

The Farm Business Management Team placed 12th out of 79 teams. Students took a test
that involves detailed questions about farming operations and production agriculture, as
well as solve a series of agricultural-related math problems. The team includes, from left,
Tristan Moore, Emily Buettner and Brent Buettner. Absent for the picture were Maggie
Ream and Meghan Ream.

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105 Announcements
110 Card Of Thanks
115 Entertainment
120 In Memoriam
125 Lost And Found
130 Prayers
135 School/Instructions
140 Happy Ads
145 Ride Share
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210 Childcare
215 Domestic
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225 Employment Services
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240 Healthcare
245 Manufacturing/Trade
250 Office/Clerical
255 Professional
260 Restaurant
265 Retail
270 Sales and Marketing
275 Situation Wanted
280 Transportation

555

Mid-size trucking company


looking for a full-time
Dispatcher / Customer
Service. Competitive pay,
healthcare eligible after 90
days, 1 week vacation after 1
year, paid holidays & weekly
bonus opportunities.

638 W. First St. Friday 95, Saturday 9-12. Guitars, Precious Moments
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THURS 5/19 & Fri 5/20


8 a.m.-6 p.m. Rain or
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50 Summers Lane
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7-FAMILY, Corner North


St. and Elm St. 5/195/21, Thurs-Sat. 9am6pm.

HOME
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FURNISHINGS
COUCH, KITCHEN table w/4 chairs, 6' fig tree,
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HOUSE FOR
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View homes online at
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577

GARAGE
SALES/YARD

604 DAVIS
Microwave, air conditioner, lawn mower, golf
balls, household items,
rocking chair, lamps.
Friday, May 20, 8:30am5pm.

Dispatcher/Customer
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320

MISCELLANEOUS

LAMP REPAIR, table or


floor. Come to our store.
Hohenbrink
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570

LAWN AND
GARDEN

Friedrich

Lawn Service
Specializing in

Weed Control & Fertilization


Lawn Fertilization &
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Lawn Mowing
Phone:

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419-235-3903
577

MISCELLANEOUS

FOR SALE riding lawn


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compressor $300. 419692-0496.

583

PETS AND
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FREE KITTENS: 1 orange, 1 black, 1 gray.


Litter box trained and
friendly! Stop at 24249
Lincoln Highway, Old
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419-741-7244.

500 MERCHANDISE
505 Antiques and Collectibles
510 Appliances
515 Auctions

597

STORAGE
BUILDINGS

665

SAFE &
SOUND

DELPHOS

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

419-692-6336
601 SERVICES

POHLMAN
BUILDERS
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GARAGES SIDING ROOFING


BACKHOE & DUMP TRUCK
SERVICE
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520 Building Materials


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

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Trimming Topping Thinning


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Since 1973

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From sports
stats & local
events to
business news,
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Herald keeps
you in the local
loop.

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Delphos
Herald

www.delphosherald.com
419-695-0015 ext. 122
405 N. Main St.
Delphos, OH 45833

585 PRODUCE

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Daily 9am to 5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm
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STORAGE
BUILDINGS

COMMUNITY
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400 REAL ESTATE/FOR SALE


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

300 REAL ESTATE/RENTAL


305 Apartment/Duplex
310 Commercial/Industrial
315 Condos
320 House
325 Mobile Homes
330 Office Space
335 Room
340 Warehouse/Storage

235 HELP WANTED

SECRETARY
(NON-CERTIFIED)
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& 6 paid holidays
(209 days total)
Start Date:2016-2017
school year
Job Objectives:
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duties that support the
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Preferred Minimum
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Proficient in office
protocol, and
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Ability to interact
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confidently with
the public
Record keeping skills
and ability to organize &
maintain contractual
data accurately
Multi-tasking ability
and strong
interpersonal skills
Strong organizational,
planning and project
management skills
Proficient in data entry,
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Proficient in the use of
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Complies with
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345 Vacations
350 Wanted To Rent
355 Farmhouses For Rent
360 Roommates Wanted

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Full Time Loan Servicer


Would you like to be part of a winning team and serve
your community? If so, The Union Bank Company
has a full time Loan Servicer position open in the
Loan Department. The individual will assist the Loan
Department with a wide variety of functions with
constant efficiency and confidentiality. This position
requires the ability to complete tasks such as loan
input and setup, setup of loan files, disbursement of
loans, preparing and maintaining reports, tracking
insurance, conducting UCC searches, collecting other
documentation, and handling ongoing maintenance of
the banks loan portfolios. Candidates should have excel
and word experience as well as good customer service
skills. Commercial, Consumer, and Mortgage Loan
Documentation experience is preferred. The bank is
an Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities,
protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Please visit our website at www.theubank.com and
click on careers to apply.
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Horoscopes
ARIES
Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, your tendency this week
is to escape into your mind and
imagination. While thats fine
for a little while, pretty soon you
have to come back down to earth.

LIBRA
Sept 23/Oct 23
Well-laid plans are the cornerstone of a successful week, Libra.
Everything will go smoothly, but
most days should pass without a
hitch. Enjoy the brief respite.

TAURUS
Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, people are pulling you
in all sorts of directions this week.
They each want you to share
in their good times, but theres
only so much of you that can go
around.

SCORPIO
Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, expect a lot of action
this week. Theres no slowing
down as you check off each item
on your to-do list. Others may
have difficulty keeping up with
you.

GEMINI
May 22/Jun 21
Gemini, even though you generally like to keep your feet on the
ground, this week you are looking to be a little adventurous. Let
someone entice you into a whimsical journey.

SAGITTARIUS
Nov 23/Dec 21
Sagittarius, live creative fantasies this week because you
might not have another chance
to indulge for a while. This is the
break you have been seeking for
some time.

CANCER
Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, a desire to bring more
calm into your life could have
you seeking out a vacation or just
a respite from daily life. Take the
time to unwind and youll come
back recharged.

CAPRICORN
Dec 22/Jan 20
Honesty is always the best policy, Capricorn. This will become
obvious when a past untruth you
shared comes back to haunt you.
Confess now to save face.

LEO
Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, this week may prove
to be a little intense, but youll
muster the energy and strength to
push on through. Balancing fun
and some work-related responsibilities is key.
VIRGO
Aug 24/Sept 22
Practicality seems to disappear
when you have your mind on enjoyable activities, Virgo. Find a
way to be both fun and practical
and you will be set.

AQUARIUS
Jan 21/Feb 18
You have the physical stamina to accomplish many things,
Aquarius. This week is bound
to be one with a lot of progress.
Make a list now of what you want
to accomplish.
PISCES
Feb 19/Mar 20
Pisces, be patient with the people around you. You may be fast
to grasp a concept, but it could
take others a little while longer.

www.delphosherald.com

5 simple tips to get dinner on the table

The
challenge
working
parents
face in maintaining
work-life balance is
often compared to a
juggling act. Finding
time together, especially on weeknights
when family schedules tend to be hectic,
is no small task.
But finding time
together, particularly
at the dinner table,
can pay a host of dividends. According to
the Family Dinner
Project, studies have
linked regular family
dinners with higher
grade-point averages
and self-esteem in
children, as well as
lower rates of obesity
and eating disorders
in both children and
adolescents.
Cook, writer, activist and mother of
two Katie Workman
knows full well how
difficult it can be to
make nightly dinners together part of
a familys routine.
But Workman, whose
latest book, Dinner
Solved! (Workman
Publishing), provides
100 family-friendly
recipes and varia-

tions to ensure that


everyone at the table
is happy, relishes the
opportunity to help
others make family
dinners a fun part of
their nightly routines.
Many of us put
so much pressure
on ourselves when
it comes to family
meals, says Workman. But when we
ease up on that pressure, dinner actually seems to happen
more often, and the
meals are a lot more
fun.
To help even
the busiest moms
and dads find time
for family dinners,
Workman offers the
following tips so
parents can produce
weeknight meals the
whole family can enjoy.
1. Less is more
Dont make yourself crazy trying to
master a recipe with
an endless ingredient
list on a Wednesday
night.
Weeknight
meals dont have to
be perfect or exotic.
Even the simplest
recipes can make for

needed to track and report various spreadsheets within the


Marketing team. Must have experience in Excel, Word,
PowerPoint. Full-time position Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm.

WAREHOUSE/
BACK-UP ROUTE DRIVER
needed to load/unload tires and make deliveries as
needed Mon-Fri 6:30am-4pm.
Candidates must have valid drivers license, clean driving
record, ability to lift up to 75lbs. and be 21 years of age.
Also available:
Transfer Shift Sun-Thurs 12pm-930pm
and Night Shift Sun-Thurs 5pm-1am

Contact Cassie at 419-695-1061 ext. 1158


Apply online at www.kmtire.com/jobs
K&M Tire, 965 Spencerville Rd.
Delphos, OH 45833
Email: cassie.johnson@kmtire.com

One of Northeast Indianas leading employers, BF


Goodrich Tire Manufacturing Fort Wayne facility is
currently accepting applicants online. We are in
search of qualified Industrial Mechanics and Industrial
Electricians looking for a career opportunity.

Minimum of 3 years experience in Industrial


Maintenance
Equivalent Military training experience in
Machining, Electrical / Electronic or Mechanical
Technology

Candidates Must:

Be legally authorized to work in the United States


Be at least 18 years of age
Be willing to work Full-time on a 12-hour rotating
shift schedule
Must successfully complete a medical
examination, drug screen and background check
prior to beginning work

Applicant must apply online at:


Job reference No.:
Electrical Troubleshooter #14004467
Mechanical Troubleshooter #14005355

To be considered for a full time position with a starting


rate of approximately $23.992/ hour to $27.492
depending on demonstrated skills. Advancement
opportunities in the Multi-Skilled positions will pay
approximately $30.992.
BF Goodrich offers a competitive benefite package
while working in a friendly and professional
environment. Employees are eligible for Holiday pay,
tire rebate program and considered for advancement
and leadership positions.
Build your career with the worlds leading tire
manufacturer, BF Goodrich, a division of Michelin
North America Incorporated.
BF Goodrich is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is
committed to providing employment opportunities to
minorities, females, veterans and disabled individuals.

VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL,


VAN WERT, OHIO
Acute cAre nursing director
CONSTRUCTION MARKETING
Build your career with an award winning,
positive and goal oriented company made up
of enthusiastic and motivated employees. We
want to add YOU to our team environment.
Our construction marketer works directly
generating leads, prospecting from in-field
marketing, referrals and networking. Full
time position with full benefits package.
$500 week base pay plus opportunity for
bonuses. $30-50k.
TERRITORY MANAGER
YRLY STARTING PAY $35-$60k
We are the nations leading Foundation
Repair/Waterproofing Company! We are
expanding into YOUR HOMETOWN areas
and looking for career minded candidates.
Developing and training a team prospecting
and networking our award winning
product and service. Organization and
multi-tasking will be vital. Salary based on
experience. Full time position with full time
benefits package.
EVENT STAFF
Part time positions offering flexible
scheduling with a great supplement to
your income. Our current employees
earn $17 - $20 per hour and up. Looking
for experienced individuals to represent
our firm. Not a physical work or selling
position. Just share your knowledge with our
customers. Earn $300-$500 dollars per week
part time. Full in-house and on-site paid
training provided.

snyder@ruskind.com or call for


details Tiffany (419)841-6055

3. Elevate your
meal from simple to
sophisticated
Pairing weeknight
meals with the perfect wine can elevate
midweek meatballs
to something more
memorable.
4. Get a head start
on prep work
Whenever possible, reduce the stress
of weeknight meals
by doing some of
your meal prep long
before dinnertime.
Chop veggies for
the week on Sunday
nights or take a few
minutes each morning to gather ingredients for that nights
meal.
5. Make it a family affair

Make weeknight
meals more fun by
involving the whole
family. Parents can
let the kids peel carrots or measure rice
or perform other
age-appropriate activities.
Nightly
family
dinners help families
build stronger bonds,
and weeknight meals
need not be lavish
undertakings.

Serves 6

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:
www.vanwerthospital.org EOE

16879 CR R 15, Pioneer, OH 43554


419-737-2500
Auburn, IN - 1 Dump driver needed (local)
Jonesville, MI - 2 Van drivers (local/ regional)
Pioneer, OH - 3 Flatbed/ Van Drivers (local/
regional)
Van Wert, OH 2 Van Drivers (local/ regional)
Ft Wayne, IN- 2 Van drivers needed (local/ regional)
Meyers Bros Trucking is looking for Full Time & Part Time
Flatbed & Van Class A Drivers due to increased current
customer demand as well as New Lanes. All our OTR &
Regional Drivers are home 1-2 nights per week and every
weekend. We have multiple Round Trip, Dedicated and
Milk Run lanes.
You tell us what you want to do
we offer multiple lanes to fit your schedule.
OTR
Regional
Home Nightly
Part-time
Weekend Only
Round Trip
Dedicated
We also offer a competitive pay package.
Average Driver earns $45,000 to $65,000 per year D.O.E.
Paid all miles, detention, dock bump and hourly
Safety Bonus up to .03/ mile
HEALTH INSURANCE STARTS YOUR FIRST DAY!
401(k)
Paid Vacation (after 6 months)
Paid Holidays (after 90 days)
We are a family owned company that offers extreme flexibility in an autonomous, positive atmosphere. Come work
for someone that knows you by name and not your truck
number.
Please stop in and see us between 8am 5pm or call
Chuck, Deb or Kasey at 419-737-2500.

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SELL IT FAST
in the
Classifieds
419-695-0015

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.
Additional responsibilities include the
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
preferred. Specialized Administrative
Assistant training with at least three
months experience in Administrative
Assistance is preferred.
Excellent
verbal and written communication
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
Visit the hospitals website
and apply online:
www.vanwerthospital.org EOE

Delicious
and
easy-to-prepare,
this recipe for Maple-Barbecue Pork
Meatballs from Katie Workmans Dinner Solved! makes
the perfect weeknight
family meal. Pile
them on rice or couscous or quinoa with a
few extra spoonfuls
of barbecue sauce for
an easy and different
weeknight dinner.

Maple-Barbecue
Pork Meatballs

BF Goodrich Tire Manufacturing


Fort Wayne, Indiana

Two year technical degree in Industrial Maintenance.


(Equivalent- Ivy Tech Certificate Program for
Electrical / Mechanical / Automation)

MARKETING & SALES


ASSISTANT

2. Change it up
Skip
those
time-consuming,
last-minute trips to
the grocery store for
missing ingredients
by replacing them
with something similar that you already
have on hand.

Classifieds

Applicant must have at least one of the


following criteria:

Classifieds

delicious meals.

34 cup panko
bread crumbs
12 cup barbecue
sauce, plus more for
dipping if you like
12 cup grated
peeled apple
13 cup minced
onion
1 large egg,
lightly beaten

Kosher or
coarse salt, to taste
1 t a b l e s p o o n
maple syrup
1 12 p o u n d s
ground pork
1. Preheat the oven
to 375F. Lightly oil a
rimmed baking sheet.
2. Combine the
bread crumbs, barbecue
sauce, apple, onion, egg,
and salt in a large bowl.
Add the maple syrup
and stir to blend. Add the
pork and combine well
using your hands, but
try not to squeeze the
mixture too much. Form
1-inch-round meatballs
and place them on the
baking sheet.
3. Bake the meatballs
until cooked through, 16
to 20 minutes. Serve
hot, with extra barbecue
sauce on the side.

HELP WANTED
Growing Commercial Printer
in NW Ohio looking for

PRINTING PRESS
TRAINEE
FULL TIME POSITION

Must be at least 18.


Mechanical background a plus.
Second Shift.
Apply at

Eagle Print

111 E. Fourth St., Delphos, OH 45833

FARM LAND AUCTION

Thursday, May 26, 2016 @ 6:00 PM


Nellie Balyeat Hoghe Estate

480 ACRES - 9 TRACTS


Auction Location: Van Wert City Schools Elementary Building 10992 State Route 118 South, Van Wert Ohio
Note: Enter at Cafeteria Door Watch for Auction Signs
Description: 480 acres of excellent Van Wert County farm land
selling in 9 tracts by the Multiple Parcel Auction Bidding Method.
You may bid on any individual tract or any combination of tracts
at any time. The Pewamo and Blount soil types are among the
most productive in all of Northwest Ohio. There are 401 acres in
Pleasant Township, all situated in a 2 mile radius and located just
west of Van Wert.

480 ACRES PRIME ACRES VAN WERT COUNTY, OHIO


The remaining 79 acres are located in Tully Township and adjoins
the village of Convoy. Prime farm land is rarely for sale in Pleasant
Township especially in this large of quantity. Go to our website to
view FSA maps and other important and related information. Or call
419-238-555 for additional information.

VIEW BIDDERS PACKET ONLINE AT


www.BeeGeeRealty.com
terMs: 10% down day of auction on each tract. Balance due by
June 30, 2016. Landlords possession upon closing. Any 1031 Tax
Deferred Exchange must be approved by Auction Company prior to
auction with all expenses paid by the buyer. Multi Parcel Method Bidding.
Sellers:

Nellie Balyeat Hoghe Estate

Charles Koch, Estate Attorney


Van Wert Co. Probate Court Case # 20161037

AuctioNeers:

Re a l t y & A u c t i o n C o. , L t d .

Bob Gamble, cAi, ces


Dale Butler, DD strickler
and Andy schwieterman

APP. AuctioiNeer
robert Gamble, Jr.

122 N. Washington St., Van Wert, OH 419-238-5555


Member of ohio & National Auctioneers Associations

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Wednesday, May 18, 2015

We Pay Tribute To The Delphos EMS!


Brent Brinkman

Tom Hickey

Roy Hoehn

Travis Miller

Fred Hoffman

Kristina Jettinghoff Melissa Langhals

Cynthia Schaeffer Dana Steinbrenner

Kevin Streets

Steve Martz

Myndi VanMeter

John Wade

Chris Wisher

Also EMS members - photos not available:

Jamey Wisher

Scott Warnement

Donna German
Greg Odenweller
Dave Stemen
Ben Norbeck

Ryan Shumaker

EMS 38 Anniversary
th

We appreciate your efforts in all the work you do.


Thanks from all of us!
Delphos Fire and Rescue

RELIABLE
PLUMBING & HEATING
205 W. Second St.,
Delphos, OH 45833

419-695-2921
24 Hour Emergency Service

www.reliablepandh.com
facebook.com/reliable.delphos
OH LIC 24196

Clara L. Hanf, CPA


Financial Advisor

EMS Members
AJ King
Jordan Stemen
Chuck Schumaker
Andrew Gordon
Andy Berelsman
Melissa Langhals
Brent Brinkman
Donna German
Tom Hickey
Roy Hoehn
Fred Hoffman
Steve Martz
Greg Odenweller
Cynthia Schaeffer
Dana Steinbrenner
Kevin Streets
John Wade
Joel Will
Chris Wisher
Jamey Wisher
Kristina Jettinghoff
Travis Miller
Michael Friedrich
Scott Warniment
Ban Norbeck
Dave Stemen
Myndi Van Meter
Braden Webb
Scott Warnement
Ryan Shumaker

EMT Rating
Basic
Intermediate
Basic
Basic
Paraneduc
Basic
Basic
Intermediate
Basic
Intermediate
Paramedic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Basic
Paramedic
Paramedic
Intermediate
Basic
Intermediate
Basic
Paramedic
Paramedic
Paramedic
Paramedic
Intermediate
Intermediate
Paramedic
Basic

Years
Of Service
1
1
1
1
1
3
11
33
38
22
38
7
8
9
13
18
28
16
7
14
5
5
3
1
2
2
1
1
New

Special Thanks to Dr. Meyer

202 N. Main Street


Delphos, Ohio 45833-0457
clara.hanf@raymondjames.com
www.raymondjames.com/clarahanf
T 419.692.4133
T 800.999.2701
F 419.692.2260
Raymond James Financial Services, Inc.
member FINREA/SIPC

Schulte
Communications

AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE

Kenwood Vertex
Two-Way Radio Systems Specialists
Cell Phone amplifiers

14468 Landeck Rd.,


Delphos, OH 45833
419-695-1846

Jim Schulte, Duane Schulte

Medical Director of St. Ritas Emergency Dept. for all his help
and involvement in keeping us up to date!

The on duty firefighter respond directly with a fully


staffed medic unit from the station to initiate care, with
the colunteer paid per call responding if scheduled.
An EMT-basic is required to have 130 hours of
training which includes 10 hours of clinical time. An
EMT-intermediate is required to receive 130 additional
hours of instruction inclusive of 40 hours of clinical
work. An EMT-paramedic is required to complete a
training program of 600 hours including 374 hours of
clinical work.
Re-certification requirements for each level of certification are as follows:
EMT-bASIC - current national registry, 30 hour
refresher class or 40 hours of continuing education.
EMT-INTERMEDIATE - 60 hours of continuing
education.
EMT-PARAMEDIC - 92 hours of continuing education.
The recertification for the state of Ohio is a must
every three years.
At the present time there are two members of the
original membership, Tom Hickey and Fred Hoffman.
The City of Delphos currently has three ambulances, a 2007 - Medic 1; 2004 - Medic 3; 1999 - Medic 2;
with all being equipped for advanced life support.
Currently the city is making on the average of 100
emergency responses per month.
Request for assistance can be made by calling the
emergency fire number at 419-695-1616 or
9-1-1. business phone 419-695-2911.

DELPHOS FIRE & RESCUE


EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE DIVISION

Thanks

for your service!

Local Agents:
Lyons Insurance 419-229-3359
Schmit, Massa, Lloyd 419-692-0951
Rhoades Ins. 419-238-2341

234 S. Jefferson St.


Delphos
Ph. 419-692-6010

Toledo Molding & Die, Inc.


24086 State Route 697, P.O. Box 393 Delphos, OH 45833
Phone: 419-692-6022 FAX: 419-692-8058

Ph.: 419-692-6618
vancrest.com

710 Elida Avenue


Delphos, Ohio
Phone: 419-695-2931
FAX 419-695-9930
www.aeroprinting.com

A great big THANK YOU to


all the EMS members
for all you do for us.
We appreciate your prompt
service, professionalism and
kindness to our residents.

VANCREST
1425 E. Fifth St.
Delphos, OH 45833
419-695-2871

Community Health
Professionals

Visiting Nurses & Hospice


Private Duty Services
Delphos

419-695-1999

www.ComHealthPro.org

PITSENBARGER
SUPPLY, INC.
234 N. Canal Street
Delphos
419-692-1010

LIMA

4192297406
702 N. Cable Road

DELPHOS

4196958964
903 E. 5th Street

WAPAKONETA

419604-2669
802 Gardenia St.

For all your crop


production needs.
www.cpsagu.com

CHEVROLET - bUICK

Delphos

www.delphachevy.com

419-695-1931

www.westrichfurniture.com

24 Hour Drop Box

Neighbor Insuring Neighbor Since 1863

112 E. Third St., Delphos, OH 45833

1105 Elida Ave.


Delphos, Ohio
419-695-6045

1725 E. 5th St.

Delphos 419-692-3015

Harter and Schier


Funeral Home
Ph. 419-692-8055
Fax 419-692-8065

P.O. Box 306


209 W. Third St.
Delphos, Oh. 45833

Locally Owned & Operated

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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Transfers

Haunted

(Continued from page 9)


Mark Nienberg, Amy Nienberg and John
Stuart, 4.0 acres, Blanchard Township,
to Carol Reynolds aka Carol Renolds,
Marilyn Horstman, Marcia Stanton aka
Marica Stanton, Michael Nienberg, Jon
Nienberg, Ann Nienberg aka Ann Neff and
James Nienberg.
Thirteen Roses LLC, 32.375 acres,
Monterey Township, to H & U LLC.
Daniel L. Fanger and Rebecca A.
Fanger, Lot 683, Kalida, to Lawrence G.
Unverferth TR.
Kathleen M. Weiss and Henry Weiss,
20.234 acres, Greensburg Township, to
Sugar Camp Seven LLC.
Lawrence Unverferth and Kathy L.
Unverferth, Lot 549, Kalida, to Lawrence
G. Unverferth TR.
Kenneth Schortgen and Carolgene
Schortgen, Lot 497, Ottawa, to KCCEL
LLC.
Frederick J. Bremer aka Fred J. Bremer,
Lots 478 and 479, Columbus Grove,
to Larry A. Halters, Jr. and Hannah N.
Needler.
Steven J. Grothouse and Brittany K.
Grothouse, Lot 197, Fort Jennings, to
Melissa A. Korte.
Mary Maglinte, .555 acre, Pleasant
Township, to Gerald Duane Husted and
Marcelinda Basilote Husted.
TSB Inc. dba Tri Star Builders, Lot 22,
Kalida, to Kayla N. Calvelage.
Shirley A. Kissell, Robert Kissell,
Cheryl L. Kuhlman and Anthony Kuhlman,
4.546 acres, Blanchard Township, to Kris
A. Schroeder and Carrianne E. Schroeder.
Van Wert County
George E. Kleman, Joyce M. Kleman,
Joyce M. Ellerbrock to Andrew R.
Chandler, Glenda J. Chandler, lot 45,
Delphos subdivision.
Lloyd McMichael Jr., Tonda S.
McMichael to Rebecca A. Markins, inlots
2113, 2114, Van Wert.
Pamela K. Rosendahl to First Federal S
& L, inlot 3158, Van Wert.
Steven P. Johnston, Geraldine L.
Johnston to Steven P. Johnston, Geraldine
L. Johnston, inlot 3460, Van Wert.
Estate of Joseph Richard German Sr.
to Catherine L. German, inlot 1473, Van
Wert.
Scott Foster, Lori Foster to Hal E.
Rogers, Jolene Rogers, portion of section
16, Willshire Township.
George E. Anderson, Sandra L.
Anderson to George E. Anderson, Sandra
L. Anderson, portion of inlots 53, 51,
Willshire.

Nathan N. Howell, Crystal R. Howell


to Joshua I. Follas, Rebecca C. Neal, inlot
293, Delphos.
Dillon W. Staas III, Rebecca J. Staas to
John Boecker, portion of inlot 1001, Van
Wert.
Estate of Robert Louis Jones Jr.,
estate of Robert L. Jones Jr. to Debra A.
Jones, portion of section 23, Washington
Township (Holdgreves first and lot 8).
Estate of Jeanette M. Sutter, estate of
Jeannette Sutter to Robert C. Sutter, inlot
70, portion of inlot 41, Willshire.
Sharon K. Stepleton, Richard K.
Stepleton to Stepleton Irrevocable Heritage
Trust, portion of section 2, Washington
Township.
Joy Lynn Schnell to John T. Morris,
Jayne M. Morris, portion of section 2,
York Township.
Randall Long, Diana L. Kiehl to Devin
Beair, inlots 2619, 2620, Van Wert.
Kevin P. Caldwell, Melissa Caldwell to
Alex J. Hammons, Megan R. Hammons,
inlot 3300, portion of inlot 3301, Van
Wert.
Ryan L. Cress, Ashley Cress to Kevin
E. Scudder, portion of section 16, Harrison
Township.
Christie Miller to Gary L. Hertel, portion of section 31, Ridge Township.
Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation to Brad D. Camenisch, Erin
M. Camenisch, portion of section 28, Tully
Township.
Nationstar Mortgage LLC to Castle
2016 LLC, inlot 2460, Van Wert.
Gale D. Matthews, Ruth Ann Matthews,
E. Wayne Matthews, Debra Matthews,
Joyce Ann Theisen, Walter Theisen,
Gregg Scheidt, Ava K. Scheidt to Taylor
J. Counterman, inlot 291, portion of inlot
293, Ohio City.
Kelli A. Trisel, Kelli A. Ducheney to
Christopher L. Boyd, portion of section
29, Ridge Township.
Van Wert County to Eugene White,
Kathy White, inlot 1461, portion of inlot
887, Van Wert.
Toby B. Thomas, Linda L. Thomas to
T & L Thomas Farms LLC, portion of
section 30, Liberty Township, portion of
section 25, Willshire Township.
Jayne E. Custer Living Trust, Philip D.
Jones to MA Jones Farms LLC, portion of
sections 15, 16, 22, York Township.
Morgan H. Morgan to Jerry D. Koenig,
Laura S. Koenig, portion of inlot 30,
Venedocia.
Jerry D. Koenig, Laura S. Koenig to
Cameron A. Ray, Allyssa Ray, inlot 30,
Venedocia.

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ORBS founder Chris Page makes last minute checks on recording equipment in the
groups mobile command post. (Putnam Sentinel/Steven Coburn-Griffis)
(Continued from page 3)
However, like any decent
if somewhat melodramatic piece of fiction,
the story has at its core an
element of truth.
On Saturday night at
8 p.m., Wes Klir opened
the doors of Fort Jennings
Memorial Hall to Ohio
Researchers of Banded
Spirits (ORBS), a professional team of ghost hunters
whose investigations into
the paranormal over the
past nine years have been
documented on Animal
Planets The Haunted;
Biography Channels My
Ghost Story; and on the
History Channels Haunted
History.
ORBS project manager, Karlo Zuzic, chose to
reach out to Klir after reading accounts of an aborted
Haunted House fundraiser
last October. Included in
the reports was Klirs firmly held conviction that some
of the memories lodged
within the building are still
playing out, that Memorial
Hall is, in a word, haunted.
Weve been a lot of places, Zuzic said. Chances
are, if hes having experiences here, theres spirit
activity here. Hopefully we
capture something.
Following a brief tour
and an historical overview
of the building, ORBS
team members set to work
installing an array of sensory gear intended to detect
and enable communication

with any paranormal presence. Digital video cameras and sound recorders,
radiation detectors, thermal
imaging cameras and spirit
boxes a device that utilizes radio frequencies to
open channels of communication were set up in
the basement as well as the
first and second floors of
Memorial Hall. Any readings potentially obtained by
these devices were then fed
to recording devices in the
teams mobile command
post, a black van parked
just outside.
With their equipment in
place, the team then joined
in a brief prayer before
breaking into groups and
beginning the process of
making contact with any
lingering spirits.
While
documenting
paranormal experiences is
ORBS bread and butter,
its team members passion,
equally important is their
commitment to supporting
historical landmarks across
Ohio and throughout the
nation.
I brought (Memorial
Hall) to the attention of
my team, and we decided we would love to help
raise money for the cause,
Zuzic said. We give back.
Weve raised a lot of money
for historical societies. Our
goal has always been to
raise money for our historical landmarks so they
can be around for others to
enjoy.
The group routinely

offers fundraising opportunities to organizations


such as that which supports
Memorial
Hall.
Such an opportunity in
Fort Jennings, penciled in
for some time in October
of this year, is possible.
Whether or not it actually
takes place depends on how
Saturdays efforts pan out,
whether or not the ORBS
team was able to detect,
or possibly even contact,
spirits.
In two weeks, after
analyzing all of the data
recorded over the course of
the four hours the team was
there, ORBS will deliver
its verdict. Having said
that, Zuzic made clear that
ORBS exists to corroborate
spirit activity, not debunk
it. Of the literally hundreds
of sites the group has visited over the past nine years,
Zuzic said that 99 percent
have proven active.
For Klir, while gaining
the funds necessary to keep
Memorial Hall a vibrant
part of the community is an
obvious boon, the adventure that unfolded was an
equally obvious thrill.
Weve put on some
good events in this building, Klir said, grinning.
Frankly, if I was a ghost
or some kind of afterworld
person, I would probably
want to stick around, too,
because some of the stuff
we do is pretty good.

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Madeline Gengler, left, Bev Cross-McNeal and Jessica Basinger help cut out the patterns
for the dresses from pillowcases and scraps of material. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

Dresses

(Continued from page 1)

Patty Gengler, a member of


the ministry, helped find patterns
for the dresses and organize the
event. She says they decided to
participate when they went to
the district womens retreat and
met other women who were
sewing these dresses.
The simple dresses are
made from T-shirts, pillowcases and scraps of material
that are donated. Some dresses
are sleeveless and others are
made with T-shirts so the longer
sleeves allow girls in countries
with more conservative dressing guidelines to wear them.
Each dress has a tag sewn
onto it that says the organizations name. According to
Dress a Girl Around the World,
the purple tag can discourage

predators by showing the girl


is under the care of an organization.
The dresses are then sent
around the world to young girls
who need them. According to
the website for Dress a Girl
Around the World, the dresses
are delivered to girls in more
than 80 countries, including the
United States.
Wherever the need is, thats
where it goes, Gengler said.
Many of the girls who
receive these dresses have
never had a new dress before.
Dress a Girl Around the
World believes these bright,
new dresses can discourage
predators because the dresses
show the girls as well cared for.
Gengler said the dresses help
the girls from being taken and
trafficked.

Kathy Gengler, another


member of the ministry, said
this was their fourth meeting.
We are doing it in stages, so
everybody gets to participate,
she said.
She mentioned their goal
was to make 200 dresses for the
organization. However, Patty
Gengler said they had another
goal, too.
I would like to see every
church in Delphos do this, she
said. Id even go there and
help them get started.
Others who live too far away
to come to every event can make
dresses in their homes and send
them to the Wesleyan Church.
For those who want to participate, Patty Gengler encourages them to contact her at the
Wesleyan Church at 419-6951723 or visit the Dress a Girl
Around the World website.

The simple dresses are made


from donated pillowcases
and T-shirts. (DHI Media/
Kristi Fish)

Archives

(Continued from page 2)

50 Years Ago 1966


Installation of officers took place at the Delphos Lions Club meeting on Tuesday evening
at NuMaudes Restaurant. Officers for the 1966-67 term are: Richard Schmelzer, president;
Charles Fletcher, first vice president; Lloyd Guthrie, second vice president; Charles Buckles,
third vice president; Robert McNamee, secretary; and Gene Buettner, treasurer.
Crescent Temple No. 50, Pythian Sisters presented a program on Mother at its last meeting
held in K of P Hall, West Second Street. Emma Miller read letters and childrens notes about
mother. Martha Miller, Virginia Kemper and Oleta Fronk presented poems. Plants were presented to the oldest mother, Faye Nihiser; the youngest mother, Eugenia Teman; and the one with
most grandchildren, Mrs. Ben Teman.
Mrs. Arthur Grothouse was hostess to the members of the Del-Otto Club and one guest,
Mrs. Tom Noonan, Wednesday evening in her home on Suthoff Street. Cards were played with
high honors going to Grothouse, second to Mrs. Albert Herman and low to Noonan. Mrs. Paul
Kaverman received the traveling prize. On June 15, Mrs. Francis Reinemeyer will entertain
the club.
75 Years Ago 1941
Robert Rozelle of the Commercial Bank was elected as secretary of the Northwestern Ohio
Chapter, American Institute of Banking, at the fifth annual meeting and dinner-dance held at
the Shawnee Country Club in Lima Saturday. Among those attending from Delphos were Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Stallkamp, Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Simon O. Allen, William
Dauch, Mr. and Mrs. William Diller, Dr. L. W. Kohorst and Mr. and Mrs. William Hullinger.
A delightful social event was the annual Jefferson Junior-Senior Prom held Saturday evening
at Jefferson School. Dancing was enjoyed in the auditorium with Neil Leininger, his Trumpet
and His Orchestra, furnishing the music. During the intermission, a boys quartet furnished
music. The quartet was composed of Stanley Fair, Francis Fisher, Richard Barnes and David
Heiss.

Taylor Kehres, bartender, and John Lehmkuhle, owner of The Smoking Chrome Saloon
on Main Street in Delphos, speak to council of their concerns about increased state highway patrol coverage in Delphos. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Council
(Continued from page 1)
They control the roads, he added.
Leaning on the side of caution, Councilman
Josh Gillespie said he didnt feel it was councils place to become involved.
I dont think we have to be involved in
highway patrol actions, he said.
While no resolution was achieved, Police
Chief Mark Slate, who was unable to attend
Mondays meeting due to a prior commitment, said he appreciated the extra patrol on
the citys streets.
I dont mind them being here at all, Slate
told The Delphos Herald Tuesday. They are
taking care of the traffic issues so we can concentrate on the calls we receive. We are down
on manpower so we can use the help.
Slate went on to say that residents can
prevent a run-in with any officer by obeying
traffic laws.
People need to use their turn signals,
come to complete stops and drive the speed
limit, he added.
A raise for auxiliary police was heard for
the time by council. The ordinance amends
the pay rate from $10 per hour to $11 per hour.
Councilman Mark Clement asked how
long it had been since the auxiliary officers
had received a pay raise.
It has been at least 15 years, Mayor
Gallmeier said. We budgeted in $4,000 in the
budget to cover the increase so the money is
already in there.
In Safety Service Director Shane Colemans
absence, Gallmeier gave the city officials
report.
We have a meeting with Marion Township
about our fire and rescue contract with them
on May 23, Gallmeier said. Ill bring you
anything that comes from that at the next
meeting.
He also said paperwork for a $100,000
grant for upgrading the citys meter reading
system to remote read was filed and the grant
recipients will be announced later in the summer.
The new filters have been installed in the
pool and the pool is full, he added.
Anyone who purchased a pool pass during
the Christmas special needs to redeem their
certificates at the city building and no pool
passes will be sold at the pool this year.
The Ohio Department of Transportation
have approved repairs to bridges over Flat
Fork Creek on East First, Third and Seventh
streets.
We will also apply for a grant for 95

Grad
(Continued from page 1)
She plans to attend Ohio Northern
University, majoring in pharmacy.
Salutatorian Brandi Kaskel will give
the Welcome Speech. She is the daughter of Kevin and Scarlet Kaskel. She was
a member of the National Honor Society
and involved in the senior class play,
leadership team, TSA TEAMS, prom
committee and participated in soccer
and track. She is also a church liturgist
and acolyte.
She plans to attend the University of
Toledo and major in pre-med biochemistry.
Honor speaker Dillon Schimmoeller
will give the Motto Speech. He is the
son of Karl and Joan Schimmoeller. He
was a member of the National Honor
Society, serving as secretary; and Student
Council, serving as president. He was

also involved with the Envirothon Team,


Math Club and Scholastic Bowl team.
He also participated in soccer, track and
CYO basketball.
He plans to attend the University of
Dayton, majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in aerospace.
Honor speaker Drew Grone will give
the Song Speech. He is the son of Mark
and Cynthia Grone. He was a member of the National Honor Society and
Envirothon Team. He was also involved
in the senior class play and participated
in track and basketball. He is a Mass
server at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
He plans to attend the University of
Ohio, majoring in accounting.
Members of the class of 2016
include: Alex Andrew Berelsman,
Morgan Rose Boggs, Charles Jordon
Cummings, Zackery Michael Finn, Isaac
Jacob Fischbach, Nicholas Andrew

Foust, Elijah Michael Freund, Jenna


Lee German, Sydney Elizabeth German,
Drew Thomas Grone, Madison Lea
Grote, Kyle Nicholas Hellman, Jordan
Alexandra Horstman, Kylie Marie
Jettinghoff, Brandi Michelle Kaskel,
Kasidy Jo Klausing, Renee Nicole
Kraner, Jason David Krietemeyer,
Alisha Lynn Lofton, Alexa Nicole
Longberry, Amanda Lynn Longwell,
Lydia Mary Mesker, Aaron Jay Neidert,
Breanna Lynn Neidert, Bradley Thomas
Rice, Lucas Wilbur Ricker, Dillon Louis
Schimmoeller, Alexander Daniel Sealts,
Jeremy Charles Smith, Jacie Jenna
Sue Thomas, Austin James Wisner and
Jessica Lynn Young.
The class song is Tattoos On This
Town by Jason Aldean; the class colors
are black and silver; the class flower is
the Gerbera Daisy; and the class motto:
Veni, Vidi, Vici.

percent of eligible costs associated with those


repairs, Gallmeier said.
Its the season for mowing and that can
cause problem at the wastewater treatment
plant and in the sewer lines.
We are asking residents to not blow
their grass clippings into the street because
they can clog the sewers, Gallmeier said.
Anyone who sees this happening can call the
city building or the police department.
There is a city ordinance dealing with the
matter. The offense is a minor misdemeanor
and can come with a fine of up to $150.
Staying with the mowing theme, residents
are asked to keep with the yard maintenance.
If the grass in someones yard becomes
a nuisance, the city will mow it at a cost of
$250 plus labor, Gallmeier said. Its more
cost-effective for neighbors or family to help
keep up with the chore.
Last year, four yards were mowed by the
city.
A water/sewer adjustment for the property
at 508 W. Fourth St. for $534.48 narrowly
passed. No votes were cast by Gillespie,
Grothous and Andy Daley. The homeowner
received a letter noting the higher-than-usual
usage and the owner found a toilet running in
the vacant home. The leak has been repaired
and the water turned off to the residence.
Gallmeier also offered a clarification on
the citys policy for granting water/sewer
adjustment.
I think some people are under the impression that we forgive the whole amount of the
request, he said. We take the average usage
over the last three years and if the bill in question is more than 200 percent of that average,
the customer is billed the highest usage from
that three year period.
Council suspended the rules and passed
an ordinance on second reading amending
the citys rates for emergency medical services. The rates are revisited annually to
make sure they are in line with the Milliman
Medical Index. The rates in effect as of June
1 include: Emergency Basic Life Support
(per person, per conveyance) will be $649.
51; Emergency Advance Life Support (per
person, per conveyance) will be $708.55;
Emergency Advance Life Support 2 (per
person, per conveyance) will be $826.64; and
mileage per loaded mile will be $12.69.
The rates are revisited yearly.
City Auditor Tom Jettinghoff has called a
budget hearing for 6:30 p.m. June 6 for the
2017 Budget.

Trivia

Answers to last Saturdays questions:


Jack McCoy, who was played by Sam Waterston,
was the name of the district attorney of the long-running television series Law & Order.
According to U.S. Navy tradition, the cook is
responsible for shining the ships bell. This tradition
is still observed on some modern ships, but now the
bell is more often looked after by someone from the
division charged with maintaining the area of the
ship where the bell is located.
Todays questions:
Buddy Holly was killed in a plane crash on Feb.
2, 1959. What possession of his was missing until
1980?
Which designer is credited with bringing the little
black dress into fashion?
Answers in Saturdays Herald.

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