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Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Ottoville Schools,
union agree on
3-year contract

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BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
OTTOVILLE A 3-year agreement between
Ottoville Local Schools and the Ottoville Local
Education Association was approved Wednesday
during the monthly board meeting.
Superintendent Scott Mangas noted the administration and the union heads met just two times to hammer
out the agreement and the process went very smoothly.
Its good for the district and good for the teachers, Mangas said. They are paying 15 percent for
insurance instead of the last agreements 10 percent
and we agreed not to raise their contribution for that
until 2022. They also receive a 2-percent raise each of
the three years.
Ottoville High School received the Education First
High School Exchange Year Global Education Award
during the board of education meeting.
Patty Weber of EF was on hand to present the
award, along with exchange student Valeria Farina
from Sardina, Italy. Farina finished her senior year at
Ottoville High School with her hosts, Rick and Lori
Fischer.
See CONTRACT, page 15

Musketeers receive diplomas Friday

Fort Jennings graduate Dillon Schimmoeller prepares to receive his diploma Friday evening during commencement ceremonies. Schimmoeller gave the Motto Speech to his 31 fellow seniors. (DHI Media/Dena Martz)

Students give back


to community
BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Delphos St. Johns students spent
Wednesday morning saying thanks to the community that
has given so much to them. Nearly 300 students participated in the first of many St. Johns Service Days.
Kim Honigford, director of Religious Education, helped
organize the day. She said the motto for the day was faith,
service and fellowship.
We started the day with Mass and May Crowning,
then we have our service day and well end with May Day
Games, Honigford said.
Students gathered to participate in May Day Games and
play cornhole, volleyball, dodgeball and other games to
help raise money for the Delphos Relay for Life.
Adam Lee, Delphos St. Johns Principal, said the
Service Day Committee, led by Honigford and other religion teachers, first met two years ago to organize an event
to give back to the community.
We are always asking for help from the community for
things like fundraisers, Lee said. Now we asked, what
can we do for you?
Delphos St. Johns students clean off the sidewalks of downtown as part of their Service Day. (DHI Media/Kristi
Fish)

See SERVICE, page 15

24 to walk in Ottoville High School commencement Sunday


DHI Media Staff Reports
OTTOVILLE Twenty-four
seniors will receive diplomas at
Ottoville Local Schools at 1 p.m.
Sunday in the high school gymnasium.
The top four students in the
class of 2016 will speak at commencement.
Alena Horstman, first in her
class, is the daughter of Terry
and Lisa Horstman. She plans to
attend Kettering College, majoring in radiology.
She was active in varsity soccer and softball; National Honor
Society; Family, Career and
Community Leaders of America
and Scholastic Bowl; and served
as an office and library aide. She
also had perfect attendance.
She also participated in CYO
Basketball and Junior League
Bowling, was a Red Cross volunteer and a blood donor.

Horstman
Jennifer Burgei, daughter of
Tony and Mary Burgei, will address
her class. She plans to attend
Heidelberg University, majoring in
AYA English education.

Jennifer Burgei
She was active in softball,
National Honor Society, Quiz
Bowl and FCCLA and was a
class officer. She also participated in Immaculate Conception

Elizabeth Burgei
Youth Group and Diocesan Youth
Council.
Erica Brickner, daughter of
Pat and Ruth Brickner, is also a
class speaker. She plans to attend

Brickner
Bowling Green State University,
majoring in accounting and business.
See OTTOVILLE, page 15

Classifieds 10-11A | Entertainment 4B | For The Record 2 A | Local-State 3A | Obituaries 2A | Sports 6-7 A | Yesterday 8A | Weather 2A
This years Relay for Life of Delphos will host several camps
during the event June 10 at Stadium Park.
Jefferson and St. Johns cheerleaders will team up for the
Cheering Together to Help Find a Cure Mini Cheer Camp from
6:30-8:30 p.m. The camp is open to children who will be in grades
K-6 in the 2016-17 school year.
The cost is $20 and includes a T-shirt for all who pre-register.
Snacks and drinks will be provided.
Campers should report to the tennis courts by 6:20 p.m.

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lows in the
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Registrations can be returned to respective school offices by


June 1. Make checks payable to Delphos Football United Against
Cancer or DFUAC.
St. Johns and Jefferson football coaches and players will offer
a Football Camp from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on the varsity football field.
The cost is $20 and includes a T-shirt to all who pre-register.
Snacks, drinks and door prizes will be provided.
Report to the football gates by 6:20 p.m.
In case of rain, the camps will be held at Jefferson High School.

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OBITUARIES

POLICE REPORTS
Information submitted

residence where he was visiting. The complainant, who was highly intoxicated, said
that the suspect left after the assault. The
complainant did not know the name of the
suspect or where he resides.
On Thursday, officers were dispatched
to the 400 block of West Second Street to
meet with the victim of a dog bite. Officers
arrived and found the victim who had an
injury to his leg. The complainant, who
did not require medical attention, showed
officers the residence where the dog came
from. Officers met with the dogs owner
and did issue him a citation for his dog
running at large.
On Thursday, officers were dispatched
to a business in the 1400 block of North
Main Street in reference to a theft incident. Officers arrived and spoke with the
business owner and found that an item was
removed from the property of the business.
The incident remains under investigation.
On Thursday, officers were sent to
the 400 block of South Canal Street in
regards to a theft complaint. Upon arrival,
officers met with the resident who stated
that an item was missing from her basement.

DELPHOS On May 13, officers were


advised of an active warrant out of Van
Wert County Probation Department for a
probation violation on 31-year-old Steven
J. Diltz of Delphos. Officers located Diltz
and took him into custody. He was then
transported to the Van Wert County Jail.
On Monday, officers were dispatched
to the 900 block of Hudson Street in reference to a theft incident. Officers arrived
and met with the complainant and found
that two of his vehicles had been entered
and items removed from inside.
On Tuesday, officers were sent to the
600 block of South Bredeick Street to
investigate a burglary complaint. Officers
arrived and met with the homeowner.
Officers found that the residence was
broken into after the homeowner had left
and multiple items were taken. Items were
collected as possible evidence and the
case has been turned over to the Detective
Bureau.
On Tuesday, officers met with a male
in the 300 block of North Jefferson Street
who stated that he was assaulted inside a

Local 5-Day Forecast


Sat

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

5/21

5/22

5/23

5/24

5/25

69/49

73/48

76/53

80/61

82/65

Showers in the
morning, then
partly cloudy in
the afternoon.
High 69F. Winds
NNE at 10 to 15
mph. Chance of
rain 50%.

Mostly sunny.
Highs in the low
70s and lows in
the upper 40s.

Abundant
sunshine. Highs
in the mid 70s
and lows in the
low 50s.

Mostly sunny.
Highs in the low
80s and lows in
the low 60s.

A few t-storms
possible. Highs
in the low 80s
and lows in the
mid 60s.

Sunrise: 6:14 AM

Sunrise: 6:13 AM

Sunrise: 6:12 AM

Sunrise: 6:12 AM

Sunrise: 6:11 AM

Sunset: 8:54 PM

Sunset: 8:55 PM

Sunset: 8:55 PM

Sunset: 8:56 PM

Sunset: 8:57 PM

Ohio at a Glance

Toledo
66/53

Cleveland
65/56

Columbus
71/55

Cincinnati
68/56

Area Cities
City
Akron
Alliance
Ashtabula
Athens
Bellefontaine
Bowling Green
Cambridge
Chillicothe
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Coshocton
Defiance
Findlay
Fostoria

Hi
72
71
70
72
68
68
73
70
68
65
71
73
69
71
68

Lo Cond.
54 M Cloudy
52 M Cloudy
52 P Cloudy
54 Cloudy
52 P Cloudy
51 P Cloudy
54 M Cloudy
54 P Cloudy
56 Cloudy
56 P Cloudy
55 Cloudy
54 M Cloudy
53 M Sunny
53 Cloudy
51 P Cloudy

City
Gallipolis
Lancaster
Lima
Mansfield
Marietta
Marion
Mount Vernon
New Philadelphia
Newark
Portsmouth
Sandusky
Toledo
Troy
Xenia
Youngstown

Hi
74
69
70
70
73
71
70
73
72
69
64
66
69
68
73

Lo Cond.
55 M Cloudy
55 P Cloudy
52 Cloudy
54 M Sunny
54 P Cloudy
54 P Cloudy
54 M Cloudy
54 M Sunny
55 Cloudy
56 P Cloudy
52 M Sunny
53 M Sunny
54 Cloudy
55 M Cloudy
52 M Cloudy

VAN WERT
COURT NEWS
Information submitted
VAN WERT The following individuals appeared
Wednesday before Judge
Martin Burchfield in Van
Wert County Common Pleas
Court:
Treatment in Lieu violation
Tyree
DeWitt,
24,
Delphos, admitted to violating his Treatment in Lieu
program by failing drug and
alcohol tests. He was re-released on a surety bond with
sentencing set for June 22.
SENTENCINGS
Joel Crawford, 27, Van
Wert, possession heroin, a
felony 5, sentenced to nine
months in prison with credit
for 54 days already served.
Also ordered to pay court
costs.
Levar Reed, 19, Atlanta,
Georgia, tampering with evidence, a felony 4, sentenced
to 81 days jail with credit for
81 days served. Also ordered
to pay court costs.

Beulah Bubba
Schabbing
Dec. 30, 1965-May 18, 2016
DELPHOS Beulah
Bubba Schabbing, 50,
of Delphos, passed away on
Wednesda at St. Ritas Medical
Center in Lima.
She was born Dec. 30, 1965,
in Van Wert to George and
Nellie (Dempsey) Schabbing,
who preceded her in death.
She is survived by a daughter, Aleigha Schabbing; two
brothers, George Butch
(Peggy) Schabbing of Grover
Hill and Doug Schabbing of
Delphos; four sisters, Brenda
Neil of Delphos, Paula
Brown of Delphos, her twin
Esther (Larry) Wilson of New
Philadelphia and Vera (Don
Snyder) Schabbing of Delphos.
Beulah had worked at
Toledo Molding and Die for
over 25 years and was a 1984
graduate of Delphos Jefferson.

City
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Dallas
Denver
Houston
Los Angeles

Hi
67
70
66
80
77
87
66

Lo Cond.
61 Cloudy
55 P Cloudy
51 Cloudy
61 P Cloudy
51 P Cloudy
68 Sunny
54 Cloudy

City
Miami
Minneapolis
New York
Phoenix
San Francisco
Seattle
Saint Louis

Hi
86
72
75
96
60
64
69

Lo Cond.
77 M Cloudy
53 P Cloudy
58 Sunny
69 Sunny
52 P Cldy/Wind
50 M Cloudy
52 Cloudy

Moon Phases

First
May 13

Full
May 21

Last
May 29

New
Jun 5

UV Index
Sat
5/21

Sun
5/22

Mon
5/23

Tue
5/24

Wed
5/25

7
High

8
Very High

8
Very High

8
Very High

8
Very High

The UV Index is measured on a 0 - 11 number scale, with a


higher UV Index showing the need for greater skin protection.

0
11

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DHI Media Staff Reports

Her biggest joy in life was being


a mother.
Funeral services will begin
at 3 p.m. on Sunday at harter
and Schier Funeral Home, with
viewing one hour prior to the
service. Burial will be at a later
date.
Friends may call also call
from 2-8 p.m. Saturday at the
funeral home.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the family.

Rose Josephine Sever


Feb. 7, 1924-May 19, 2016
DELPHOS Rose Josephine Sever, 92, of Delphos, was
reunited with the love of her life on Thursday at Vancrest
Healthcare Center of Delphos.
She was born Feb. 7, 1924, in Fort Jennings to Anthony and
Catherine (Metzger) Suever, who preceded her in death. She was
united in marriage to Paul Sever on Oct. 5, 1946; he preceded her
in death on May 6, 2013.
She is survived by one son, Dan Fuzzy (Sue) Sever; three
daughters, Pamela Sever, Rebecca (Joe) Saum and Denise (Butch)
Conley, all of Delphos; one brother, Ralph (Nova) Suever of Elida;
11 grandchildren, Gavin (Heather) Sever, Jeff (Melissa) Sever,
Aaron (Rachel) Sever, Lindsey (Michael) Stephenson, Nicole
(Greg) McCann, Brent Zerkel, Colin (Josette) Wannemacher,
Dusty (Jessica) Wannemacher, Shawn Conley, Ryan (Nicole)
Conley and Damian (Jessica) Conley; 19 great-grandchildren;
and two sisters-in-law, Emmie Suever of Fort Jennings and Joan
Suever of Landeck.
She was also preceded in death by a sister, Ruth Norbeck;
four brothers, Albert, Wilford, Richard and Melvin Suever; two
sisters-in-law, Jeannine Suever and JoAnn Suever; and one brother-in-law, Ben Norbeck.
Rose was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic,
Church, Delphos VFW Auxiliary 3035 and was a homemaker.
She loved to garden, canning the fruit of her labor. She also
enjoyed planting flowers, mushroom hunting and fishing with her
husband, but most importantly was spending time with her family,
especially her grandchildren. Mom will be remembered for her
witty sense of humor and ability to make people smile.
Mass of Christian burial will begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, the Rev. George Mahas
officiating. Burial will follow in Resurrection Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-8 p.m. on Monday at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home, where a parish wake will be held at 7:30
p.m.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Delphos Kiwanis
Club Activities and Delphos Vancrest Activities.

National Cities

MAY 23-27
DELPHOS CITY SCHOOLS
Monday: Chicken patty, WG bun,
Green beans, Peach cup, milk
Tuesday: BBQ Rib or Pork, WG bun,
Baked beans, Strawberry cup, milk
Wednesday: Hamburger patty, WG
bun, Cheese Slice, French fries, Juice cup/
Fresh fruit, milk
Thursday: Cheese breadstick, Marinara
Sauce, Carrots, 100% Fruit sherbet, milk
Friday: WG pizza, Romaine salad,
Fresh vegetable, Applesauce cup, milk
DELPHOS ST. JOHNS
Monday:
Tenderloin
Sandwich/
whole grain bun, Creamed Rice, Carrots,
Pineapple, Fresh Fruit, Milk
Tuesday: Italian Grilled Chicken
Sandwich/whole grain bun, Green Beans,
Applesauce, Fresh Fruit, Milk
Wednesday: Hamburger Sandwich/
whole grain bun/pickle, Corn, Juice Bar,
Fresh Fruit, Milk
Thursday: Tacos/soft/hard/lettuce/
tomato/cheese, Black Beans, Peaches,
Fresh Fruit, Milk
Friday: Sloppy Jo Sandwich/whole
grain bun, Romaine Salad, Applesauce,
Fresh Fruit, Milk

Whiting
again faces
accusations

CANAL FULTON
A former St. Johns High
School football coach is on
paid administrative leave from
Northwest High School amid
accusations he inappropriately
touched a female student.
Vic Whiting is accused
of misconduct involving a
15-year-old. The mother told
press Whiting put his hands
on her daughters shoulders
and continued to give her a
massage as well as stroked her
arms and back in ways that
made her feel uncomfortable.
According to reports,
Whiting settled a lawsuit in
1990 in which he was accused
of sexually touching and
harassing a 15-year-old female
student when he was a very
successful head football coach
at St. Johns. He won two state
championships there before
coming to Northwest.
Northwest administration
had no comment.

Pool passes
on sale now
Information submitted

DELPHOS All season swimming pool tickets


will be sold at the Municipal
Building, 608 North Canal
Street, Delphos during regular
business hours from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. No pool passes will be
sold at the pool.
Anyone who bought presale passes during the citys
Christmas special will still be
required to fill out an application form and submit their
certificate in order to get their
passes.
Pre-sale prices will be
effective through May 27.
Applications must be received
by 3 p.m. on May 27, to qualify for the pre-sale prices.
Presale prices are:
Single
$60
Family
$170
Over 55
$50
Regular Prices effective
May 28:
Single
$80
Family
$190
Over 55
$70
Applications
can
be
obtained at the Municipal
Building or on the citys website at cityofdelphos.com.
Applications can be mailed
in but have to be received no
later than May 27 in order
to get the pre-sale rates. The
city is not responsible for
any applications that are not
received. Any applications
FORT JENNINGS
Pretzel and cheese every Wednesday. received by mail will be proChocolate, strawberry and white milk cessed and can be picked up
at the pool.
available daily.
To purchase a family pass,
Monday: Cooks Choice
you
must bring or attach a
Tuesday: Cooks Choice
Wednesday: Sack Lunch with sub copy of your 2015 federal income tax form to show
sandwich. No salad bar
proof of dependents. Checks
are to be made payable to
SPENCERVILLE
City of Delphos.
Monday: 4 Cheese pizza, Green beans,
Carrots & dip, Applesauce, Milk
Tuesday: Breaded chicken patty sandwich, Broccoli & cheese, Carrots & dip,
Peaches, Milk
Wednesday: Breakfast pizza, Potato
bites, Celery & dip, Craisins, Milk
Nancy Spencer, editor
Thursday: Popcorn chicken, Au Gratin
Ray Geary,
potatoes, Broccoli & dip, Chocolate chip,
Chief Operating Officer
Graham crackers, 100% Juice, Milk
Delphos Herald, Inc.
Friday: Last day. Picnic lunch, PB&J
David Thornberry,
Uncrustable, Carrot & dip, Applesauce,
Group Publisher
Doritos, Milk
Lori Goodwin Silette,

The Delphos
Herald

OTTOVILLE
Monday: Barbeque pork sandwich, Tri
tator, Pineapple, Milk
Tuesday: Hamburger, Chips, Peaches,
Peas, Milk
Wednesday: Pizza, Corn, Pineapple,
Milk

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Saturday, May 21, 2016

The Herald 3A

Local/State

White helps
inmates transition
Back to Reality
BY COLIN KRIEGEL
DHI Media Community
Reporter
ckriegel@timesbulletin.com
VAN WERT When
someone goes to jail, their life
can make a turn that can be
difficult to come back from
when their sentence is over.
Claire White is helping to
change that as she teaches a
Back to Reality course at the
Van Wert County Correctional
Facility.
The course focuses on getting back to the everyday tasks
of hygiene, life skills, rehab/
drug relapse options, financial
literacy and getting back into
the workforce.
White, a 2014 Van Wert
High School graduate and current student at The Ohio State
University majoring in criminology and criminal justice studies, came up with
the idea for this class when she was a freshman at Ohio Northern University. The final
project in her citizenship and public advocacy
course was to design and perform a task for
the community that mattered to them.
Whites main objective for this course is
simply to steer people in the right direction.
She has presented the course to the Safety
Club, Service Club, Optimist Club and Rotary
Club and is now searching for the communitys support in hopes of getting these individuals hired, especially at local businesses.
A person shouldnt be defined the rest of
their life because of a nonviolent felony or
criminal charge, she said. Many would succeed if they felt like the community backed
them up and gave some support. I think it
would draw everyone closer.
The course is broken down into one-hour
sessions and takes place over a five-day period.
Day one of the course starts with cooking
and all that goes with it including healthy
diet, food groups, what not to eat and easy to
prepare meals.
Next is dealing with a checking and savings
account including the differences between the
two, how to open an account and the best
option for each person.
Day one finishes with the job search process. This includes determining strengths,
where to search and job descriptions.
Day two of the course covers drug relapse
prevention in which Ashley Schadt of the
Westwood Behavioral Center discusses rehab

Claire White

plans. Day two also covers how to write


checks, balance a checkbook and concludes
with resume writing.
Day three addresses steps to getting a drivers license, benefits of a drivers license, hazards of drunk driving and hazards of driving
under the influence of drugs. The third session
also covers the basics of credit card use and
ends with professionalism in the workplace.
Day four of the program covers decision
making, controlling debt and the application
process for jobs.
The final day of the course deals with communication skills, how to manage a budget
and committing to a new job.
White has taught two sessions of the
course, seeing eight people successfully finish.
Nothing is more rewarding than seeing
someone put to use the concepts you have
been teaching them, she said. Seeing them
take responsibility and state how they want to
change their life is rewarding in itself.
White has established positive relationships with the participants in the class and
sees herself as more than just a teacher.
The average age we have taking the classes is 23 years old, she said. They open up
a lot to me and Im not like a parent figure
pointing fingers at them. Im nearly the same
age so its like we can relate.
White is currently working to get the GED
courses back in the jail as well.
White is set to graduate from Ohio State in
the spring of 2018. She plans to either attend
law school or go to Georgia to train for the
U.S. Marshals.

Jennings renews contracts for 2016-17


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

FORT
JENNINGS
Jennings Local Schools
Board of Education approved
contracts for 19 teachers,
advisors, coordinators, cooks
and cashiers Wednesday evening.
The board approved fiveyear contracts for Audrea
Mancinotti and Tammy
Sellman; two-year contracts
for Lauren Osting and Stacey
Vaske; and one-year contracts for Dan Basinger, Matt
Evans, Michelle Knippen and
Melanie Neidert. The contract lengths are required by
state law.
Lindsay Neidert will start
next week but her contract
will begin Aug. 1 to keep her
in line with everyone else,
according to Superintendent
Nick Langhals.
The board also approved
the resignation of Rob
Warnecke from Athletic
Events Coordinator, Melanie
Neidert from Elementary
Student Council and Jay
Laubenthal from his seventh-12th grade math position and as a junior high basketball coach.
Warnecke will now be the
girls varsity soccer coach
for the 2016-17 school year.
The board also approved
Kim Von Lehmden as the
girls junior varsity basketball coach and Taylor
Wallenhorst as a girls basketball volunteer.
The board approved new
price increases for school
lunches. The cost of each

lunch will increase by five


cents. Kindergarten-sixth
grade will now cost $2.30,
seventh-12th grade lunches will cost $2.40 and adult
lunches will cost $2.80.
Langhals revealed the price
increase was a result of the
state.
We are required to maintain certain levels, he said.
And this keeps us in line
with the state.
The board received three

bids for the purchase of a


2017 bus and approved
the bid from Cardinal for
$84,096. Cardinal also supplied the 2016 bus.
Asphalt Systems will seal
the parking lots, playground
and walking paths from the
playground to town. No quote
has been provided but the job
will include filling-in cracks
and painting.
See JENNINGS, page 14

Second Chances

Wife, mother gives life


through organ donation
BY KARA STEELE
Director of Community Services,
Life Connection of Ohio
Kim Snow lived her life by the maxim
Stand up for what is right, even if you are
standing alone.
38-year-old Kim was the senior manager of workforce development at Sinclair
Community College in Dayton. Among
other honors, she received the Dayton
Business Journals 40 Under 40 Award,
which recognizes business leaders who
make a difference in their communities.
Kim made her mark in the community
by serving on a multitude of committees,
including the Womens Board of Dayton
Childrens Hospital, Junior League,
Womens Resource Collaborative,
Womens Economic Development, March
of Dimes, Kettering Walk for Womens
Wellness and Clothes That Work, just to
name a few.
I must admit that I often questioned
Kim on her willingness to give up personal time for all of her volunteer commitments, Kims husband of 13 years, John,
said. In hindsight, it is one of the things I
most respected about my wife.
John knew this beautiful, energetic, driven, positive, community-minded
woman was quite the catch. He was
persistent he asked her out three times
before she finally said I never turn down
a free meal. From their first date, John
knew that Kim was it.
She brightened my every day and
made me the happiest and luckiest guy in
the world, John said. She just got more
and more beautiful every year, both inside
and out. I often told her how lucky I was
marrying her. I would say I hit the lottery
with you!
But Johns world came to a halt on
May 26, 2011. Kim had a sudden stroke
and passed away.

To say that I am proud of this woman


wouldnt do her justice. She is my hero,
John said. Of all she did in her 38 years,
I am most proud of the greatest gift she
gave in death. In trying to look for a silver lining in this black cloud, my wife, in
typical Kim fashion, put others first by
donating her perfect organs.
Kim saved four lives through organ
donation, and countless others are leading
a better quality of life because of Kims
gift of tissue donation.
That generous legacy was left for John
and Kims daughters, Maddie and Marin,
now 14 and 9.
She was an amazing mother before
anything, John said. To say she was a
proud and doting mother would be the
biggest understatement of all time.
Her smile and laugh lit up the world,
John said.
When Kim was pregnant with
Maddie, I passed out during her epidural,
and all the nurses rushed over and were
catering to me, John said. Kim laughed
and was like, Ummmm, hello!? Im the
one having the baby over here!
There is not a day that goes by that
John and his family dont think of and
miss Kim. But John is grateful that he and
Kim had a conversation about organ and
tissue donation, and he knew thats what
she wanted.
Something good came out of something so tragic. It helps me heal, it helps
me deal, it helps me get to tomorrow.
She was so selfless and so loving that its
indescribable. She was the most amazing
person that I have ever known, John said.
I could keep telling you how amazing
this woman was, but I know with Kims
humility, she would be giving me the
enough already signal.
There is peace in our family knowing
part of our mom and wife is living on in
others. Shes still giving even now.

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Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Local/State
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TODAY
9 a.m. to noon Interfaith Thrift Store is open for
shopping.
St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge of
the St. Johns High School parking lot, is open.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos
Fire and Rescue.
1-3 p.m. Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241
N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
SUNDAY
1-3 p.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum,
241 N. Main St., is open.
1-4 p.m. Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E.
Main St., Kalida.
1:30 p.m. Amvets Post 698 Auxiliary meets at the
Amvets post in Middle Point.
4 p.m. Amvets Post 698 regular meeting at the
Amvets post in Middle Point.
7:30 p.m. Sons of Amvets Post 698 meet at Amvets
Post in Middle Point.
MONDAY
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ottoville Branch Library is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
6:30 p.m. Shelter from the Storm support group
meets in the Delphos Public Library basement.
7 p.m. Ottoville village council meets at the municipal building.
Marion Township Trustees meet at the township house.
7:30 p.m. Delphos Eagles Aerie 471 meets at the
Eagles Lodge.
TUESDAY
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. Delphos Area Simply Quilters meets at the
Delphos Area Chamber of Commerce, 306 N. Main St.
7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian
Church, 310 W. Second St.
7:30 p.m. Elida village council meets at the town hall.
WEDNESDAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam County Museum is open, 202
E. Main St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the
St. Johns Chapel.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.

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Country
After Mothers Day, Lovinas all set
for fishing: license, rod, and life jacket
BY VERENA EICHER
Hi. This is Lovinas 18-year-old daughter, Verena.
I hope all you readers are doing great!
Part of my Mothers Day gift to my dear
mother is writing the column for her this
week. I also gave her a lighted crystal
cube that says I Love You Mom. Dad
and all of us children gave her two potted
rose bushes, and a life jacket. Dad got her
fishing licenses so she can go out fishing
with us. Also a new fishing rod, so she is
set to go.
It has been a rainy day! Mom took me to
the eye doctor today as I have been having
problems with my right eye since Sunday
morning. I have an infection in my eye lid
and I think the doctor called it blepharitis.
My eye lid dried up which caused it to stick
to my cornea, which was why my vision
is blurred. The doctor gave me antibiotic
eye drops to put in my eyes for a week. He
wants me to put it in both eyes to keep the
infection from spreading into the other eye.
Around May 24, my friend Loris Yorkie
dog will give birth to her puppies. I get first
choice out of the puppies. I am hoping one
will be a female. I just love little Yorkies.
Sister Liz has two and I am so attached to
them! They are so sweet and can be a lot
of fun!
I want to thank Pamela for the money
she sent to help me purchase the Yorkie.
That was so kind and thoughtful of you!
I will send you a personal thank you yet.
May God bless you!
Dad is outside grilling tonight. I love
when he grills because he will often yodel
while grilling. It just always lifts my mood!
If it wasnt raining, we children would be
out there with him.
Last week we went fishing three different days. We caught a total of 182 Bluegill.
I enjoy fishing. The first day I went fishing

was with sister Susan and her boyfriend


Mose. Susan and I were catching so many
fish that Mose hardly had time to fish since
he had to put the worms on our hooks. If I
really had to put those slimy worms on the
hook, I could have but I wasnt going to tell
Mose that.
The next night I went fishing with sister
Liz and her husband Tim. Susan and Mose
went along too. It was enjoyable. Dad and
my brothers and Moses brother Freeman
took another boat out as well.
One afternoon and evening we had both
our boats and Tims boat out on the lake.
Uncle Jacob, cousins Emma and Elizabeth,
and their friends Menno and Manuel went
along that time. Joseph, Lovina, and Cousin
Benjamin fished from our friends dock
since we had enough on the boats.
Saturday was a nice sunny day to weed
the flower beds for Mom. One thing Mom
does not like doing is weeding her flower beds. I still have more weeding to do
around the house. It makes it look so much
better.
Reading is one of my most favorite
things to do. I just love to read every free
moment I have. I like Karen Kingsburys
books. I am reading the Baxter Family
series now. I borrow sister Susans books.
Karen makes her books so realistic that I
have a hard time putting them down.

Our new horse Rex is doing great


for us. Brother Benjamin and I use our
horse Mighty on weekends to go to the
Community Youth Center or to Sunday
evening singings. He is such a calm, safe
horse. Mom likes taking Mighty to town
because he is calm around all the traffic.
Uncle Amos trained Mighty and sold him
to us.
I like this verse: Stress makes you
believe that everything has to happen right
now! Faith reassures you that everything
will happen in Gods timing.
I will share the recipe for my favorite
salad with you readers. I love salads.
Love and best wishes to all! God bless!
Taco Salad
1 medium head lettuce, chopped
1 pound hamburger
8 ounces cheddar cheese, shredded
1 large onion, chopped
4 medium tomatoes, chopped
1 package taco seasoning
1 package taco chips
Dressing:
8 ounces Thousand Island dressing
1/3 cup white sugar
1 tablespoon taco seasoning
1 tablespoon taco sauce
Brown hamburger. Add taco seasoning,
reserving one tablespoon for dressing. Start
with lettuce and end with cheese. Toss with
chips and dressing.

Kitchen Press
Grab a fork and enjoy!
Easy Chow Mein
1 pound ground beef
1 medium onion, chopped
1 bunch celery, sliced
2 cans (14 oz. each) Chinese vegetables, drained
2 envelopes brown gravy mix
2 tablespoons soy sauce
Hot cooked egg noodles or rice
In a large skillet, cook beef and onion over medium
heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. Transfer to
a 3-qt. slow cooker. Stir in the celery, Chinese vegetables, gravy mixes and soy sauce. Cover and cook
on low for 4-6 hours or until celery is tender, stirring
occasionally. Serve with noodles. Yield: 8 servings.
Fresh Strawberry Pie or Red Raspberry Pie
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
3 tablespoons corn starch
1/2 box red jello powder
1/2 teaspoon red coloring
1 quart raspberries or strawberries
Cook sugar, water, cornstarch, jello and food coloring; let cool slightly. Pour over berries. Mix well and
pour into baked pie shell or graham cracker crust and
cover with dream whip. More berries may be used. Any
kind of fresh fruit may be used.

Lovina Eicher is an Old Order Amish


writer, cook, wife and mother of eight.
Formerly writing as The Amish Cook,
Eicher inherited that column from her
mother, Elizabeth Coblentz, who wrote
from 1991 to 2002. Readers can contact
Eicher at PO Box 1689, South Holland,
IL 60473 (please include a self-addressed
stamped envelope for a reply) or at
LovinasAmishKitchen@MennoMedia.org.

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Embarking on a professional journey

BY JILL
DENTEL, DVM
For many kids growing up,
their dream is to become a
veterinarian. However, things
like organic chemistry, eight
years of college, endless biology classes, GPAs, family
and more, often steer many
onto a different path leading them to become a doctor,
engineer, teacher, etc. My life
path never deviated, though,
from my initial dream to be
a veterinarian. So, here I am
today, writing this column,
one day after graduating.
For those who arent familiar, veterinary school is usually an eight-year process. The
first four years are typically
spent obtaining an undergraduate degree while completing
the prerequisite classes and
hundreds of shadowing hours
with veterinarians. Then the
application process begins.
We take the GRE (Graduate
Record Exam) and complete
a lengthy application. After
that, the waiting begins as we
hope a school will call to offer
us an interview.
Assuming someone gets
an interview, they go to that
school (which can be a few

hours drive or a long flight


across the country) and are
interviewed by two or three
faculty members to further
assess their candidacy. Once
that day is over, all an applicant can do is wait. We wait
to hear if we will be offered a
spot, put on a waiting list, or
denied altogether. If you are
lucky enough to be offered a
spot like I was, then the real
work begins.
Veterinary school is four
years of grueling class work,
labs and clinical rotations. It
is not unusual to spend 35-40
hours a week attending classes and labs, with equal or
more time spent outside of
classrooms studying. The first
yearoh, how it drags on,
making it seem like the four
years will never end. The second year, well it is the most
intensive of the four as far as
book work and being a challenge in itself.
Then, suddenly, third year
arrives, flies by, and now
you are a fourth year, seeing patients in the clinic and
studying for Boards(a lovely experience of 6-7 hours of
multiple choice questions to
determine your worthiness to

practice veterinary medicine).


Some of those 18-hour days
spent at school made it seem
like clinics would never end,
especially with studying for
boards. But, overall, I can say
they did fly by.
That leaves me here. I
have student loan debt that
could buy a house (literally,
a house!), but I also have
a diploma that presents me
with a Doctorate of Veterinary
Medicine degree and a letter stating I passed my board
exam. Now, I stand at the
beginning of the next step
in my education practicing veterinary medicine. I say
the next step in my education
because, in all honesty, as
the Veterinarians Oath states,
this profession and its practice
require life long commitment
to learningAs I prepare to practice, I
am grateful to many people
for their help along my journey, but at the top of that list

are the private practitioners


who took so much of their
time to teach me during the
many hours I spent shadowing them. They steadied my
hands as I learned new procedures and as I sutured. They
taught me as I analyzed blood
work and worked through
cases. They are who helped to
shape me into the veterinarian
I have become today. I do
not know where this profession will take me, but I look
forward to every step of the
journey as I continue to fulfill
my dreams.
Dr. Jill Dentel is a 2016
graduate of The Ohio
State University College of
Veterinary Medicine and has
joined the staff of Delphos
Animal Hospital. In her free
time, Dr. Jill enjoys riding and showing her Arabian
horses, as well as training
and showing her Golden
Retriever and Miniature
American Shepherd.

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Mangas, Pugh tops at Districts


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

SPENCERVILLE Its
March Madness, track and
field style.
With the District tournaments
underway
at
Spencerville and elsewhere,
Spencervilles Evan Pugh spins during a shot put try the athletes mantra is
Wednesday evening as he took home the event title at advance or go home.
For a pair of Tri-County
Spencerville. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
area athletes at Spencervilles
Memorial Field Division III
event, that was accomplished
by taking individual titles in
their respective events on a
gorgeous Wednesday afternoon.
Ottoville junior Taylor
DHI Media Staff Reports
Mangas repeated her title in
Finals Points 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1
the girls high jump with a
Division III NW District Track & Field Thursdays 5-8, while host Spencervilles
Results
senior Evan Pugh grabbed
Spencerville High School Charles Moeller Track
the boys shot put with a toss
Girls Team Rankings - 3 Events Scored: Minster 31, New Bremen
22.5, Ottoville 22.25, Marion Local 9, Parkway 8, St. Henry 6, Lincolnview of 50-10 1/2 to lead local
5, Perry/Ft. Recovery/Lima C.C. 3, Spencerville 2, St. Johns/Coldwater 1, athletes to next weeks Troy
Jefferson 0.25.
Regionals.
Boys Team Rankings - 4 Events Scored: Minster 43.5, Spencerville
Mangas is looking to
18, St. Henry/Marion Local 15, New Bremen 12, Jefferson/Ft. Recovery
10, Parkway 9, Lincolnview 8, St. Johns 6.5, Ft. Jennings 5, Crestview 3, repeat her 2015 State title in
Ottoville 1.
the event.
FINALS - Top 4 advance to Troy Regionals Wednesday and Friday.
Theres pressure always
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Minster (Kaci Bornhorst, Madeline Magoto,
Julia Slonkosky, Cassie Francis) 9:31.67D; 2. New Bremen 9:47.92; 3. St. there because you want to
Henry 9:50.15; 4. Lincolnview (Rylee Byrne, Brayden Langdon, Madeline jump your best and compete
Snyder, Anna Gorman) 10:00.33; 5. Ottoville (Madison Knodell, Nicole
Williams, Lindsay Schweller, Quinley SchlagbauM) 10:02.03; 6. Ft. Recovery well. You cant look too far
10:19.76; 7. Spencerville (Sydney Shaffer, Sarah Woods, Brooke Bockey, ahead at this point because
Torie Bockey) 10:58.69; 8. St. Johns (Betty Vorst, Breece Rohr, Josie Schulte, you have to advance each
Baylee Lindeman) 11:00.34.
week, the Lady Green comBoys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. New Bremen 8:26; 2. Lincolnview (Austin
Elick, Karter Tow, Colton Snyder, Trevor Neate) 8:27.2; 3. Minster 8:27.29; petitor said. This year, its
4. Ft. Jennings (Dylan Wiechart, Drew Grone, Ian Finn, Kyle Maag) 8:29.36; been a bit tougher with the
5. Jefferson (Cole Arroyo, Evan Poling, Jacob McClure, Wyatt Place) 8:44.62; up and down weather weve
6. Crestview (Nick Springer, Jordan Perrott, Adam Saylor, Caleb Bagley)
8:54.38; 7. St. Henry 8:57.79; 8. Ottoville (Eric Von Sossan, Cody Kemper, had this spring but you still
Drew Williams, Brendan Siefker) 9:03.56.
have to go out and compete
Boys Long Jump: 1. Thobe (MI) 21-1; 2. Caden May (PA) 20-5.25; 3. Dues well. Its a lot better when
(MI) 20-2.25; 4. Koch (FR) 19-10.5; 5. James Buettner (SJ) 19-8; 6. Mescher
its warmer like today
(SH) 19-8; 7. Kelly (NB) 19-6.75; 8. Elliott Courtney (SJ) 19-2.5.
Boys Shot Put: 1. Evan Pugh (SV) 50-10.25; 2. Winner (MI) 45-6.25; 3. because you dont have to
Staugler (SH) 44-7.75; 4. Acheson (FR) 44-7.5; 5. Prenger (MI) 43-7.75; 6. wear more clothes and worry
Knapschaefer (ML) 42-7.75; 7. Mescher (ML) 41-1.75; 8. Josh Puthoff (PA)
about staying warmed up.
41-1.

District Track and


Field Results

Boys Pole Vault: 1. Homan (ML) 14-1; 2. Monnin (MI) 12-8; 3. Dylan
Hicks (DJ) 12-4; 4. Gage Bellows (SV) 11-0; 5. Post (SH) 10-6; 6. Cannon
Johnson (SV) 9-6; 7. (tie) Richard Cocuzza (SJ) and Miller (MI) 9-6.
Girls Discus: 1. Heitkamp (NB) 111-8; 2. Brynlee Hanneman (O) 110-0;
3. Luthman (MI) 107-5; 4. Borgerding (MI) 101-3; 5. Kuck (NB) 98-9; 6.
Crocket (PE) 93-3; 7. Tessa Morton (PA) 92-11; 8. Geire (CO) 91-10.
Girls High Jump: 1. Brooke Mangas (O) 5-8D; 2. Heitbrink (MI) 5-4; 3.
Clista Hellwarth (PA) 5-0; 4. Kramer (ML) 4-10; 5. Fesenmyer (ML) 4-10;
6. Moore (LC) 4-10; 7. Francis (MI) 4-10; 8. (tie) Quinley Schlagbaum (O),
Brooke Rice (JE), Homan (NB) and Bergman (NB) 4-8.
PRELIMINARIES - Top 8 times advance to Saturdays Finals
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles: 1. Clista Hellwarth (PA) 15.95; 2. Thobe (ML)
16.17; 3. Alicia Honigford (O) 16.2; 4. Yingst (Temple Christian( 16.76; 5.
Madelyn Buettner (SJ) 17.17; 6. Meiring (MI) 17.22; 7. Bruggeman (SH) 17.4;
8. Dirksen (MI) 17.55.
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles: 1. Hunter Blankemeyer (LV) 15.3; 2. Dues (MI)
15.82; 3. Stoner (MI) 16.19; 4. Worsham (Temple Christian) 16.32; 5. Eric Von
Sossan (O) 16.65; 6. Seth Secaur (PA) 17.04; 7. Mason Nourse (SV) 17.37;
8. Rose (SH) 17.54.
Girls 100 Meter Dash: 1. Sydney Crouch (PA) 13.03; 2. Clista Hellwarth
(PA) 13.12; 3. Yingst (Temple Christian) 13.19; 4. Gabrielle Goecke (SV)
13.31; 5. Collins (MI) 13.39; 6. Thobe (MI) 13.41; 7. Siefring (SH) 13.57; 8.
Wendel (FR) 13.64.
Boys 100 Meter Dash: 1. Calvin Wilson (SV) 11.43; 2. LeFevre (FR)
11.49; 3. Isaiah Kline (CV) 11.6; 4. Worsham (Temple Christian) 11.65; 5.
Sage Schaffner (CV) 11.66; 6. Ike Musser (SJ) 11.72; 7. Caden May (PA)
11.73; 8. Adam Rode (JE) 11.79.
Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 1:48.2; 2. New Bremen 1:50.87; 3.
St. Henry 1:50.98; 4. Spencerville (Madison Catlin, Gabrielle Goecke, Jayden
Smith, Kennedy Sharp) 1:51.63; 5. Marion Local 1:51.8; 6. Jefferson (Taylor
Stroh, Mikayla Bennett, Kendall Marquiss, Brooke Gallmeier) 1:51.8; 7.
Lima C.C. 1:53.69; 8. Ottoville (Madison Averesh, Nicole Williams, Quinley
Schlagbaum, MaKayla Miller) 1:58.98.
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 1:33.28; 2. Jefferson (Adam Rode,
Josh Teman, Wyatt Place, Drew Reiss) 1:33.54; 3. Spencerville (Zach Goecke,
Gary Schrolucke, Chris Picker, Calvin Wilson) 1:33.93; 4. Ft. Recovery
1:34.08; 5. Parkway (Andrew Baker, Cody Kuhn, Clay Bollenbacher, Caden
May) 1:37.95; 6. St. Henry 1:38.28; 7. Crestview (Sage Schaffner, Jordan
Perrott, Nick Springer , Isaiah Kline) 1:38.47; 8. Lima C.C. 1:38.6.
Boys 1,600 Meter Run (top 16 advance): 1. Brendan Siefker (O) 4:40.84;
2. Austin Conrad (SV) 4:56.05; 3. Drew Williams (O) 4:56.8; 4. Robert Modic
(SV) 4:59.41; 5. Karter Tow (LV) 4:58.2; 6. Cole Arroyo (JE) 5:02.47; 7.
Sutter (FR) 5:02.03; 8. Austin Elick (LV) 5:04.95; 9. Speckman (NB) 5:02.19;
10. Huelskamp (SH) 5:06.48; 11. Nitschke (New Knoxville) 5:06.1; 12. Eiting
(MI) 5:07.18; 13. Ontrop (SH) 5:07.46; 14. Siegrist (FR) 5:07.59; 15. Dylan
Wiechart (FJ) 5:07.53; 16. Dylan Sparks (CV) 5:11.95.
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Minster 51.55; 2. Jefferson (Taylor Stroh,
Mikayla Bennett, Kendall Marquiss, Brooke Gallmeier) 53.11; 3. St. Henry
53.18; 4. Ft. Recovery 54.28; 5. Lincolnview (Makenna Klausing, Raegan
Boley, Madeline Snyder, Michaela Campbell) 54.52; 6. Lima C.C. 54.88; 7.
Marion Local 55.1; 8. Coldwater 56.08.
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Jefferson (Josh Teman, Adam Rode, Drew
Reiss, Kole McKee) 44.76; 2. Spencerville (Gary Schrolucke, Zach Goecke,
Chris Picker, Calvin Wilson) 45.15; 3. St. Johns (James Buettner, Ike Musser,
Deven Haggard, Tyler Ledyard) 45.23; 4. Ft. Recovery 45.8; 5. Minster 45.98;
6. Crestview (Sage Schaffner, Nick Springer, Drew Kline, Isaiah Kline) 46.25;
7. Lima C.C. 46.44; 8. Marion Local 47.0.
Girls 400 Meter Dash: 1. Martin (FR) 1:00.69; 2. Jones (NB) 1:01.52; 3.
Sydney Crouch (PA) 1:02.27; 4. Brayden Langdon (LV) 1:02.33; 5. Lindsay
Schweller (O) 1:02.48; 6. Prenger (MI) 1:02.81; 7. Brooke Gallmeier (JE)
1:04.99; 8. Hirschfeld (MI) 1:05.08.
Boys 400 Meter Dash: 1. Poeppelman (MI) 53.13; 2. Rohan (LC) 53.49;
3. Isaiah Kline (CV) 53.9; 4. Ryan Rager (LV) 54.35; 5. Kutka (LC) 54.75; 6.
Drew Grone (FJ) 54.88; 7. Godfrey (PE) 54.93; 8. Powers (NB) 55.37.
Girls 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Meiring (MI) 47.41; 2. Yingst (Temple
Christian) 47.58; 3. Seibert (CO) 48.28; 4. Albers (ML) 48.42; 5. Thobe (ML)
49.05; 6. Dirksen (MI) 50.08; 7. Clista Hellwarth (PA) 50.14; 8. Quinley
Schlagbaum (O) 51.13.
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Hunter Blankemeyer (LV) 41.69; 2. Mason
Nourse (SV) 41.71; 3. Worsham (Temple Christian) 42.36; 4. Heuker (MI)
43.55; 5. Rose (SH) 43.62; 6. Eric Von Sossan (O) 43.84; 7. Huelsman (MI)
43.85; 8. Huelskamp (SH) 46.18.
Girls 800 Meter Run (Top 16 advance): 1. Anna Gorman (LV) 2:35.65;
2. Hoying (SH) 2:39.88; 3. Madison Knodell (O) 2:38.78; 4. Brackman (NB)
2:39.96; 5. Magoto (MI) 2:38.83; 6. Francis (MI) 2:40.13; 7. Homan (ML)
2:40.25; 8. Madison Neidert (FJ) 2:43.65; 9. Nicole Williams (O) 2:41.46; 10.
Heitkamp (NB) 2:44.25; 11. Hobbs (FR) 2:42.88; 12. Brooke Bockey (SV)
2:44.34; 13. Schulze (SH) 2:44.45; 14. Sydney Shaffer (SV) 2:45.09; 15. Rice
(LC) 2:45.14; 16. Trinity Welch (LV) 2:46.37.
Boys 800 Meter Run (Top 16 advance): Butler (MI) 2:10.28; 2. Curtis
Pohlman (SJ) 2:12.78; 3. Godfrey (PE) 2:10.38; 4. Tumbusch (MI) 2:12.79;
5. Colton Snyder (LV) 2:12.18; 6. Drew Williams (O) 2:16.21; 7. Richard
Cocuzza (SJ) 2:13.15; 8. Trevor Neate (LV) 2:16.82; 9. Kyle Maag (FJ) 2:13.63;
10. Tangeman (ML) 2:18.92; 11. Suchland (NB) 2:14.42; 12. Brookhart (SH)
2:19.57; 13. Pearson (FR) 2:21.57; 14. Ward (Temple Christian) 2:23.59; 15.
Rutschling (NB) 2:21.6; 16. Jonah Updegrove (CV) 2:26.71.
Girls 200 Meter Dash: 1. Albers (ML) 27.28; 2. Yingst (Temple Christian)
27.31; 3. Martin (FR) 27.68; 4. Heitbrink (MI) 27.9; 5. Imel (SH) 28.05; 6.
Sydney Crouch (PA) 28.19; 7. Wendel (FR) 28.33; 8. Langenkamp (CO)
28.33.
Boys 200 Meter Dash: 1. Drew Reiss (JE) 23.58; 2. LeFevre (FR) 23.96; 3.
Caden May (PA) 23.97; 4. Martin (FR) 24.35; 5. Bruns (ML) 24.39; 6. Schultz
(MI) 24.54; 7. Logan Williams (LV) 24.72; 8. Sage Schaffner (CV) 24.74.
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Ottoville (Lindsay Schweller, Madison
Knodell, Alicia Honigford, Brooke Mangas) 4:11.63; 2. New Bremen 4:13.54;
3. St. Henry 4:14.43; 4. Minster 4:15.95; 5. Lincolnview (Brayden Langdon,
Makenna Klausing, Madeline Snyder, Anna Gorman) 4:19.32; 6. Marion
Local 4:20.28; 7. Lima C.C. 4:22.82; 8. Spencerville (Madison Catlin, Sydney
Shaffer, Sarah Woods, Kennedy Sharp) 4:25.94.
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Lincolnview (Logan Williams, Hayden
Ludwig, Ryan Rager, Trevor Neate) 3:37.55; 2. Minster 3:37.6; 3. Spencerville
(Zach Goecke, Gary Schrolucke, Chris Picker, Mason Nourse) 3:39.97; 4. New
Bremen 3:41.08;

See RESULTS, page 7A

Ottovilles Taylor Mangas prepares to soar for a high jump attempt at 5-9 Wednesday
at Spencerville. She had already clinched the Division III District title in the event. (DHI
Media/Jim Metcalfe)
As in the last two seasons Mangas was ninth
as a freshman at Columbus
Mangas and head coach
Vaughn Horstman will be
taking the same approach.
Its like a regular-season week in getting ready
for Regionals next week.
You dont want to change
what has worked so well,
she added. You want to stay
sharp and in shape, as wellas
finetune the little things, and
yet stay fresh and relaxed to
get ready. Again, we dont
what to look beyond next
week.
Pugh who made it to
State last year in the discus
(finishing 12th) but ended up
fifth in the Regionals in the
shot continues to throw
well.
This wasnt my best
this year (54-plus is his best
this spring) but I have been
throwing very consistently
every week and much bet-

ter and longer than a year


ago. Its all due to the weight
room: I am 20 pounds heavier
than a year ago and the strongest Ive ever been, Pugh
explained. Last year, discus
was my favorite event but
that has reversed this spring;
Im throwing only a little bit
farther than last spring in that
event.
As this point, Pugh figures
its all about little things and
finally putting it all together
at the right time.
It seem that every week,
its something different that
is a little bit off, Pugh added.
Just when you think you
have that area figured out,
something else goes a little
off at the next meet and you
have to work on that. The
good thing is, the pressure
is a little off me because of
what I did today. Saturday is
a different day.
Also advancing to next
week by placing in the top

four of their respective events


are: Ottoville freshman
Brynlee Hanneman, second
in the girls discus (110-0);
The Lincolnview boys
4x8 relay of junior Austin
Elick, freshman Karter Tow
and seniors Colton Snyder
and Trevor Neate, second in
8:27.2; and Fort Jennings
fourth-place crew of junior
Dylan Wiechart, senior
Drew Grone, sophomore Ian
Finn and junior Kyle Maag
(8:29.36);
Jefferson senior Dylan
Hicks, third in the boys pole
vault (12-4), and Spencerville
sophomore Gage Bellows,
fourth (11-0); and
The Lincolnview girls
4x800-meter relay of freshmen Rylee Byrne, Brayden
Langdon and Madeline
Snyder and senior Anna
Gorman, fourth in 10:00.33.
See DISTRICTS, page 7A

Preston stifles Pirates as Crestview moves


on to Regionals in fast-pitch softball
BY JIM COX
DHI Media Correspondent
sports@timesbulletin.com

ELIDA For Continental, it was the


first trip ever to a district softball final.
For Crestview, a district final is business as usual.
Maybe that had a lot to do with the
top-seeded Lady Knights 11-1 pounding of the 8th-seeded Lady Pirates on
Friday at Elida.
Crestview (22-4) advances to a 5
p.m. Wednesday regional semifinal
against 3rd-seeded Fairview at the Cube
in Findlay.
Continentals season ends at 9-9.
With senior pitching ace Jada Preston
in command, the game wasnt in doubt
for long.
Crestview sent eight batters to the
plate in the second inning and nine in the
third while piling up an 8-0 lead.
The three runs in the second came
via two singles (first baseman Kristen
Etzler and dh Codi Miller), two walks
and a hit batter.
Only one of the five third-inning runs
was earned as the Pirates committed
three errors on top of four Knight hits
doubles by third baseman Brady Guest
and Miller and singles by catcher Cora
Millay and shortstop Tianna Rager.
She (Preston) was able to keep the

the ball down, which is what we needed


to have because the other night against
Lincolnview, these girls (the Pirates)
really hit the ball all over the place,
said Knight coach Carl Etzler. We
knew they were gonna be a good hitting
team but she hit her spots and pitched a
really, really nice game.
Continental coach Jordan Streicher
agreed that Preston was the difference.
That change-up was great tonight,
he said. We havent seen that good
of a changeup, probably this year. She
did a great job of keeping us off balance. We were just up there thinking
about it instead of being loose because
what got us here is our bats. The game
against Lincolnview, everybody had a
hit. Against Ayersville, we hit from top
to bottom.
Prestons only difficult inning was
the fifth. The inning started with a
walk to shortstop Alivia Homier, single by left fielder Ashley Mansfield,
RBI single by designated player Jade
Zachrich and single by third baseman
Alex Quigley, leaving the score at 8-1
and the bases loaded. However, second
baseman Kayla Troyers fly to shallow
center wasnt deep enough to bring
home the runner from third. The pitcher,
Amber Logan, then smoked a liner that
was snagged by Preston and turned into
an inning-ender when she doubled the

runner off of third.


Crestview made it 10-1 with two
more runs in the fifth. Left fielder
Kenadie Speith led off with a walk.
Miller sacrificed and Speith, using a
favorite Crestview tactic, went all the
way to third on the bunt then home
when the throw to third went awry.
The Knights scored again when Millay
walked, stole second, went to third on
a wild throw to second and home on a
bunt single by Rager.
Once again, Crestviews aggressive
running game paid dividends.
Kind of our motto all year is to take
what the defense gives, said Coach
Etzler. If they dont give you anything,
try to create and put as much pressure on
the defense as you can.
The run-rule came into effect in the
sixth when centerfielder Sydney Bowen
led off with a walk, went all the way to
third on a sacrifice bunt by Etzler and
home when the throw to third went wild.
The Pirates tournament run included
three wins, one of which was an upset
of 2nd-seeded Ayersville, so Coach
Streicher was not at all discouraged by
the loss.
This is the first time weve ever
been to the district finals, so its some
hardware for those girls, a fantastic
effort from them all year, he said.
See REGIONALS, page 7A

Lady Pirates survive into District semifinals


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

ELIDA One thing


that both fast-pitch softball
units from Lincolnview and
Continental learned from
Wednesday afternoon/night
was that no lead was safe.
After the Lady Pirates saw
a 3-0 lead evaporate into a
5-5 tie, they put up a 4-spot in
the bottom of the fifth inning
and held on.
It took a called third strike
on the final out of the game
to the vehement objection
of the Lancer faithful to
preserve a 10-9 Division IV
District semifinal win on a
brilliant sunny afternoon at
Dorothy Edwards Field in
Elida.
I told my girls after the
game that I am so proud of
them; its hard to come back
once, let alone three times.
Every time we answered,
they replied, Lincolnview
first-year coach Nikki Staten
said. Macala (Ashbaugh)
didnt have her rise ball

working as well as we needed


and that limits what we can
call. Kudos to Continental;
they are a good-hitting team
and they kept hitting. Weve
come a long way from the
start, when the girls had to
get used to me and I them.
We moved girls around in the
field, which is difficult when
we had no seniors playing in
the field. We found a good
lineup late and I am having
high expectations already for
next season.
We just had to keep
hitting. My pitcher, Amber
Logan, is basically beaten
up and my catcher (Emily
Logan) has played two
games in the last month,
Continental
head
man
Jordan Streicher explained.
We usually have difficulty with slower pitchers but
not so with faster pitchers;
fortunately today, we faced
a pitcher that throws harder
and our girls responded. We
had production from the top
of our lineup to the bottom.
The Lady Pirates outhit the Lady Lancers (8-11)

16-10, including eight doubles.


Continental (9-8) responded to Lincolnviews 3-spot
in the top of the fifth with
that 4-run eruption against
Lancer complete-game starter Ashbaugh, keyed by a
1-out walk to Alivia Homier
and four straight 2-out RBI
doubles by Jade Zachrich,
Alex Quigley, Kayla Troyer
and Amber Logan for a 9-5
advantage.
The Lancers got three
back against Continental
complete-game right-hander
Amber Logan in the top of the
sixth on two hits, one an RBI
double by Ashbaugh (scoring
Lakin Brant); a walk, a fielders-choice grounder by Zoe
Miller that saw pinch-hitter Sidney Jenkins beat the
throw home and a wild pitch
that plated courtesy-runner
Savannah Bigham for a 9-8
scoreboard. However, Miller
was cut down at the plate
trying to score on a pitch to
the backstop to end the threat.
Continental got the all-important insurance run in the

bottom of the sixth on a leadoff single by Kacie Quigley


and a run-scoring 2-bagger
by Emily Logan.
Lincolnview got that back
in the top of the seventh on a
1-out double by Carly Wendel
and a 2-out RBI single by
Brant. However, with Jenkins
up and a blooper behind third
base ruled barely foul, she
was caught looking to end
the contest.
Continental went up 1-0
in the bottom first on three
straight 1-out singles and
a fielders-choice pop-up
behind shortstop by Kacie
Quigley that scored Troyer.
The Pirates made it 2-0
in the home second on three
1-out knocks, the run-scorer
Alex Quigleys hard-hit ball
that glanced off the pitchers
glove and past diving second
sacker Zoe Miller.
Continental made it 3-0
in the third on back-to-back
2-out doubles by E. Hogan
and Homier, plating courtesy-runner Madi Sharp.
See PIRATES, page 7A

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Results

(Continued from page 6A)

5. St. Johns (Curtis Pohlman, Tyler Ledyard,


Richard Cocuzza, Avery Martin) 3:41.17; 6. Lima
C.C. 3:41.25; 7. Jefferson (Josh Teman, Cole
Arroyo, Wyatt Place, Ryan Georgens) 3:41.54;
8. Ft. Jennings (Kyle Maag, Alex Wieging, Drew
Grone, Dylan Wiechart) 3:41.99.
D - New Spencerville Division III District
Record

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Division III Northwest District
Paulding pitcher Audrey Manz brings one home in the first
inning of the Panthers Division III District final versus Championships
Cooper Tire Track & Field Complex,
Allen East Friday at Bath High School. The Lady Panthers Findlay,
OH
pounded out an 11-6 triumph. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
Thursdays Results

Panthers bash
out 11-6 win
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

BATH TOWNSHIP The


regular-season game between
Northwest Conference fastpitch softball rivals Paulding
and Allen East ended up 3-0
in favor of the Lady Panthers
earlier this spring.
Paulding faced that deficit
after the top of the first inning
in Friday nights Division III
District final at Bath High
School.
Fortunately for the Lady
Panthers, their offense was
explosive as they replied to
tie it in the home first and
went on to an 11-6 victory.
Paulding (13-9) advances
to a Regional semifinal
according to head coach Matt
Carr, for the first time ever
in program history 5 p.m.
Wednesday at Bellefontaine.
If youd have told me
wed give up six runs, Id
have thought we were in trouble. I never thought wed have
to score 11 runs to win this
game, Carr explained. This
was the first game we really
put it all together, top to bottom. We had a great approach
at the plate, no matter if we
were facing the harder thrower (Kylie Wyss) or the pitcher
with more movement (Ariana
Schmiedebusch). We adjusted
where we stood at the plate
and had some really good
swings. Weve depended a
lot on Kelsey (Beck) all year
and she did hit a big 2-run
homer in the fifth to regain
momentum but we got help
throughout the lineup.
Paulding broke that
3-3 tie in the bottom of
the third against reliever
Schmiedebusch (in her 3rd
inning of work). They went
ahead for good on a leadoff
single by Audrey Manz and a
triple to the right-field corner
by Haylee Dominique. They
tacked on a walk, a 1-out RBI
grounder by Mya Andrews
(with pinch-runner Kamdyn
Etzler beating the throw from
shortstop home) and a 2-base
throwing error on Darian
Andrews grounder (scoring
Kristen Schilt and Andrews)
for a 7-3 spread.
Paulding extended its lead
to 9-3 in the home fourth
chasing Schmiedebusch for
starter Wyss on an error
and two run-scoring hits:
a double to right center by
Manz (plating Beck) and a
single by Schilt (Manz).

The Lady Mustangs (1514) halved their deficit in


the upper fifth against starter
Paulding starter Manz: leadoff
walk to Lakin Basham, single
by Alex Briley, a forceout at
third by Alexis McCluer and
then Wyss going yard over
the 205-foot mark in left field
to get the Mustangs within
9-6 .
The Panthers answered
Allen Easts runs with two of
their own in the home half:
a leadoff blooper just behind
third base by Asia Arellano
and a 2-run blast to right center by Beck for an 11-6 bulge.
Allen East got off quickly
in the top of the first on an
error, two bases-on-balls and a
2-run double to the right-field
corner by Schmiedebusch,
scoring Briley and McCluer;
Riley Newland was awarded home by the third-base
umpire due to obstruction
between second and third
base for a 3-0 advantage.
The Lady Panthers tied
it in the home first on four
hits, including an RBI double
by Manz (Beck, who led off
with a triple) and run-scoring hits by Schilt (Manz) and
Andrews (Schilt) that chased
Wyss.

ALLEN EAST (6)


Lakin Basham rf 3-0-0-0, Alex
Briley 2b 3-2-1-0, Chloe Lawrence 2b
1-0-0-0, Alexis McCluer 3b 2-2-0-0,
Kylie Wyss p/dp/cf 4-1-2-3, Morgan
Zellman cr 0-0-0-0, Riley Newland
ss 3-1-0-0, Ariana Schmiedebusch
cf/p/dp 3-0-2-2, Gracie Young pr
0-0-0-0, Katilyn Calvert lf/cf 2-0-00, Summer McCloskey ph 1-0-0-0,
Alexis Wireman c 3-0-0-0, Summer
McCloskey cr 0-0-0-0, Mackenzie
Mann dp/lf 2-0-1-0, Sydney Miller
ph 1-0-0-0, Alyssa Young flex/1b
0-0-0-0. Totals 27-6-6-5.
PAULDING (11)
Kelsey Beck c 4-3-2-2, Audrey
Manz p 4-3-3-2, Haylee Dominique
1b 3-0-1-1, Kamdyn Etzler pr 0-1-00, Kristen Schilt lf 3-1-3-2, Ashlyn
Rice pr 0-1-0-0, Stephianie Trausch
cf 4-0-0-0, Mya Andrews 3b 4-1-1-2,
Darian Andrews ss 3-0-1-1, Karissa
Lucas 2b 4-0-0-0, Asia Arellano dp
4-1-1-0, Bailey Pieper flex/rf 0-0-00. Totals 33-11-12-10.
Score by Innings: R H E
Allen East 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 - 6 6 2
Paulding 3 0 4 2 2 0 x - 11 12 2
E: Briley, Newland, Andrews,
Lucas; DP: Paulding 1; LOB:
Allen East 5, Paulding 7; 2B: Manz
2, Schmiedebusch; 3B: Beck,
Dominique; HR: Wyss, Beck; SB:
Rice; CS: G. Young (by Beck).
IP H R ER BB SO
ALLEN EAST
Wyss 0.2 4 3 3 0 0
Schmiedebusch (L) 2.1 4 6 4 2 2
Wyss 3.0 4 2 2 1 4
PAULDING
Manz (W, 8-5) 7.0 6 6 3 5 6
Schmiedebusch pitched to 4 batters in 4th
WP: Schmiedebusch. BB:
McCluer 2, Basham, Newland,
Mann, Dominique, Schilt, Andrews.
Pitches-Strikes:
Wyss
13-8,
Schmiedebusch 63-39, Wyss 50-33;
Manz 112-65.

Pirates
(Continued from page 6A)
In the Lancer fourth, they
got within 3-2 on two hits, the
second a bloop by Wendel to
plate Morgan Miller (walk),
and three wild pitches, the
first getting Alena Looser (triple) home earlier.
In the Lady Pirate fourth,
they made it 5-2 on a 2-run
double to left by Troyer, scoring Zachrich and A. Quigley.
Lincolnview tied it at
5-5 in the fifth on a walk
(Ashbaugh), two stolen bases,
three hits two scoring
courtesy-runner Savannah
Bigham (Looser) and Looser
(Wendel) and a groundout
by Hannah Taylor (Z. Miller).
LINCOLNVIEW (9)
Lakin Brant ss 5-1-3-1, Kayla
Schroeder lf 2-0-0-0, Sidney Jenkins
ph/lf 1-1-0-0, Macala Ashbaugh p
2-0-1-1, Savannah Bigham cr 0-20-0, Zoe Miller 2b 3-1-1-1, Alena
Looser c 4-2-2-1, Morgan Miller
3b 3-1-0-0, Hannah Taylor dp 3-0-

Top 4 Advance to Tiffin Regionals


Wednesday and Friday
Girls Finals (4)
4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Columbus Grove A
(Leah Myerholtz, Kirsten Malsam, Allison Choi,
Taylor Ellerbrock) 10:15.9; 2. Kalida A (Kelly
Doepker, Katelyn Siebeneck, Kierstan Siebeneck,
Taylor Lucke) 10:25.19; 3. Bluffton A 10:29.77;
4. Riverdale A 10:41.56; 5. Carey A 11:01.41 ;
6. Hardin Northern A 11:05.48; 7. WaynesfieldGoshen A 11:19.98; 8. Ada A 11:24.92.
High Jump: 1. Marshall (Ada) 5-2@; 2. L.
Willow (Arlington) 5-2@; 3. Thepsourinthone
(McComb) 5-2@; 4. Ferguson (Pandora-Gilboa)
5-0; 5. H. Willow (Arlington) 4-10; 6. Cromer
(Ridgemont) 4-10; 7. Butler (Leipsic) 4-10; 8.
Nunez (Leipsic) 4-10.
Long Jump: 1. Marshall (Ada) 16-11.5; 2.
Siefker (Leipsic) 16-2.25; 3. Bailey Dunifon
(Columbus Gro) 15-11.5; 4. H. Willow (Arlington)
15-8.25; 5. Meyer (Allen East) 15-3.5; 6. Basinger
(Pandora-Gilb) 15-3; 7. Dodge (Riverdale) 15-1.5;
8. Arthur (Pandora-Gilb) 14-11.75.
Discus: 1. Lynea Diller (Columbus Gro)
154-2@; 2. Leppelmeier (McComb) 141-8; 3.
Pauley (Riverdale) 137-8; 4. Rigel (Leipsic) 12410; 5. Nelson (Ada) 120-4; 6. Danielle Caudill
(Columbus Gro) 118-4; 7. Nichols (Arlington)
117-4; 8. Sa. Watkins (Arcadia) 117-0.
Boys Finals (3)
Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Riverdale A
8:10.1; 2. Bluffton A 8:13.98; 3. Carey A
8:21.11; 4. McComb A 8:30.93; 5. Hardin
Northern A 8:34.1; 6. Columbus Grove A
(Alex Giesige, Preston Brubaker, Logan Diller,
Boone Brubaker) 8:45.77; 7. Arcadia A 8:46.79;
8. Kalida A (Jordan Kortokrax, Nick Cleemput,
Alex von der Embse, Adam von der Embse)
8:59.08.
Boys Pole Vault: 1. Caiden Grothaus
(Columbus Gro) 13-8; 2. Searson (Waynesfield-)
13-0; 3. Ryan Tabler (Columbus Gro) 13-0; 4.
Johnson (Ridgemont) 12-8; 5. Bacon (Riverdale)
12-4; 6. Bowerman (Allen East) 12-0; 7. (tie) Keck
(Van Buren) and Watts (Hardin North) 11-6.
Boys Shot Put: 1. Shae Watkins (Arcadia)
53-5.75@; 2. Rece Roney (Columbus Gro) 53-5@;
3. Tuttle (Cory-Rawson) 47-7.25; 4. DeVore (Van
Buren) 45-10; 5. Meggitt (No. Baltimor) 45-0;
6. Knepper (Arcadia) 44-5.25; 7. Dotson (Upper
Scioto) 43-7.25; 8. Verhoff (Pandora-Gilb) 42-10.
PRELIMINARIES - Top 8 advance to
Saturdays Finals
Girls
100 Meter Dash: 1. Marshall (AD) 13.09; 2.
Richardson (RID) 13.18; 3. Schutz (C-R) 13.24; 4.
Raiya Flores (CG) 13.34; 5. Norden (CA) 13.42;
6. Basinger (P-G) 13.48; 7. Arthur (P-G) 13.61; 8.
Siefker (LE) 13.74.
200 Meter Dash: 1. Johnson (ARL) 26.81; 2.
Marshall (AD) 26.92; 3. Richardson (RID) 27.2; 4.
Rylee Sybert (CG) 27.27; 5. Schutz (C-R) 27.78;
6. Archer (AD) 28.35; 7. Smith (Vanlue) 28.59; 8.
Carter (RIV) 29.25.
400 Meter Dash: 1. Archer (AD) 1:02.39; 2.
Baker (BL) 1:02.7; 3. Smith (Vanlue) 1:03.94; 4.
Weber (RIV) 1:04.18; 5. Thepsourinthone (MC)
1:05.01; 6. Sparks (CA) 1:05.02; 7. Pena (LE)
1:05.3; 8. Alycea Ruhlen (CG) 1:05.56.
800 Meter Run (Top 16 advance): 1. Barrington
(W-G) 2:28.45; 2. Kelly Doepker (KA) 2:32.73;
3. Manns (RIV) 2:32.99; 4. Kirsten Malsam
(CG) 2:38.81; 5. M. Diller (P-G) 2:35.17; 6.
Solt (ARL) 2:40.99; 7. Leah Myerholtz (CG)
2:35.33; 8. Conley (BL) 2:42.17; 9. Musson
(ARC) 2:37.89; 10. Alexander (AD) 2:42.35; 11.
Roth (HN) 2:38.43; 12. Howland (RID) 2:53.31;
13. Taylor Lucke (KA) 2:39.11; 14. Alexander
(ARL) 2:55.53; 15. Miller (RIV) 2:45.12; 16. T.
Watkins (CA) 2:57.13.
100 Meter Hurdles: 1. Carey (USV) 16.04; 2.
Carlee McCluer (CG) 16.22; 3. L. Willow (ARL)
16.81; 4. Nash (CA) 17.16; 5. Perez (AE) 17.33;
6. Martin (RIV) 17.36; 7. Crawford (ARL) 18.0; 8.
Knapp (RID) 18.06.
Girls 300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Carey (USV)
48.36; 2. Silone (AE) 50.1; 3. Perez (AE) 51.05;
4. Wolfarth (C-R) 51.38; 5. Ferguson (P-G) 51.61;
6. Ennis (AD) 51.82; 7. Blair (CA) 52.79; 8.
Gambrell (BL) 52.8.
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Columbus Grove
A (Raiya Flores, Rylee Sybert, Bailey Dunifon,
Linnea Stephens) 51.3; 2. Pandora-Gilboa A
52.08; 3. Carey A 52.84; 4. Riverdale A 52.9;
5. Bluffton A 53.22; 6. Cory-Rawson A 53.35;
7. McComb A 54.23; 8. Upper Scioto Valley A
54.98.
Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Columbus
Grove A (Raiya Flores, Bailey Dunifon, Linnea
Stephens, Rylee Sybert) 1:47.68; 2. Riverdale A
1:49.74; 3. Arlington A 1:49.85; 4. PandoraGilboa A 1:49.95; 5. Carey A 1:51.59q; 6. Allen
East A 1:52.76; 7. Cory-Rawson A 1:53.26; 8.
Ada A 1:55.19.
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Arlington A
4:11.3; 2. Columbus Grove A (Bailey Dunifon,
Linnea Stephens, Carlee McCluer, Rylee Sybert)

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4:11.5; 3. Riverdale A 4:15.7; 4. Pandora-Gilboa


A 4:17.3; 5. Bluffton A 4:19; 6. Ridgemont
A 4:21.9; 7. Kalida A (Kelly Doepker, Abby
Langhals, Tori Niese, Taylor Lucke) 4:22.4; 8.
Ada A 4:27.6.
Boys
100 Meter Dash: 1. DeVore (VB) 11.44; 2.
James (W-G) 11.51; 3. Cotterman (USV) 11.51;
4. Warnimont (C-R) 11.58; 5. Wannemacher (BL)
11.61; 6. Lomeli (LE) 11.73; 7. Loe (MC) 11.89;
8. LaRue (MC) 11.92.
200 Meter Dash: 1. Warnimont (C-R) 22.47;
2. Smelcer (AE) 22.97; 3. Eller (W-G) 22.98; 4.
Baily Clement (CG) 23.24; 5. Bassitt (BL) 23.36;
6. Wannemacher (BL) 23.73; 7. Ohlrich (VB)
23.87; 8. Stump (HN) 23.9.
400 Meter Dash: 1. Baily Clement (CG) 51.84;
2. Woods (CA) 52.09; 3. Stimmel (NB) 52.69; 4.
Evans (RIV) 53.18; 5. Warnimont (C-R) 53.19; 6.
Kempf (C-R) 54.11; 7. Austin (AE) 54.12; 8. Rose
(USV) 54.7.
800 Meter Run (Top 16 advance): 1. Zimmer
(CA) 2:01.6; 2. Bair (VB) 2:09.49; 3. Hipsher
(USV) 2:04.18; 4. Bame (HN) 2:13.65; 5. Lauck
(RIV) 2:05.05; 6. Sheldon (HN) 2:14.44; 7.
Metzger (ARC) 2:05.25; 8. Jordan Kortokrax
(KA) 2:15.37; 9. Willeke (AD) 2:05.28; 10.
Harnish (BL) 2:15.5; 11. Dunlap (P-G) 2:13.57;
12. Alex Giesige (CG) 2:15.55; 13. Traxler (P-G)
2:13.95; 14. Reinhart (ARC) 2:15.73; 15. Rode
(MC) 2:16.59; 16. Oren (CA) 2:19.96.
1,600 Meter Run (Top 16 advance): 1. Boone
Brubaker (CG) 4:50.44; 2. Reinhart (ARC)
5:00.26; 3. Hoorman (C-R) 5:00.44; 4. Hayes
(W-G) 5:01.67; 5. Gannon (RIV) 5:01.47; 6. Stall
(VB) 5:06.05; 7. Yeater (CA) 5:02.7; 8. Foster
(AE) 5:06.85; 9. Andreas (BL) 5:03.87; 10. Scott
(RIV) 5:08; 11. Rider (MC) 5:05.61; 12. Bame
(HN) 5:08.28; 13. Carmean (W-G) 5:11.69; 14.
Hickle (C-R) 5:12.9; 15. Rode (MC) 5:13.6; 16.
Pelton (NB) 5:17.29.
110 Meter Hurdles: 1. Recker (ARC) 14.98;
2. Whitaker (W-G) 15.27; 3. Bassitt (BL) 15.35;
4. Brecht (LE) 15.86; 5. Saltzman (VB) 15.91; 6.
Moore (P-G) 16.17; 7. Brandt Follas (CG) 16.49;
8. Watts (HN) 16.52.
300 Meter Hurdles: 1. Recker (ARC) 40.09; 2.
Brecht (LE) 40.11; 3. Bassitt (BL) 40.7; 4. Kleman
(AE) 42.08; 5. Nickles (AE) 42.16; 6. Watts (HN)
42.36; 7. Jordan-LaRue (USV) 42.94; 8. Moore
(P-G) 43.57.
4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Waynesfield-Goshen
A 44.25; 2. Upper Scioto Valley A 44.82; 3.
McComb A 45.19; 4. Van Buren A 45.57; 5.
Bluffton A 45.81; 6. Columbus Grove A (Grant
Cassidy, Brandt Follas, Caiden Grothaus, James
Schroeder) 45.99; 7. Pandora-Gilboa A 46.1; 8.
Arlington A 46.12.
4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Waynesfield-Goshen A
1:31.76; 2. Columbus Grove A (Baily Clement,
Brandt Follas, Lachlan Clymer, Caiden Grothaus)
1:33.48; 3. McComb A 1:33.99; 4. Riverdale A
1:34.17; 5. Kalida A (Caleb Siebeneck, Austin
Nartker, Trevor Vorst, Josh Verhoff) 1:35.65 ; 6.
Upper Scioto Valley A 1:36.79; 7. No. Baltimore
A 1:36.84; 8. Arcadia A 1:38.53.
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Riverdale A
3:27; 2. Waynesfield-Goshen A 3:27.9; 3. Carey
A 3:32.6; 4. Columbus Grove A (Alex Giesige,
Caiden Grothaus, Boone Brubaker, Baily Clement)
3:32.8; 5. Arcadia A 3:34.3; 6. (tie) Arlington A
and Allen East A 3:34.8; 8. Upper Scioto Valley
A 3:35.4.
@ - New Stadium Record

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Division 2 District Track and Field
Meet
Justin Coressel Stadium - Defiance
College

Girls Team Rankings - 3 Events Scored:


Elida 20, Van Wert 18, Wauseon 15, OttawaGlandorf 13.33, Kenton 10.33, Otsego 10, Upper
Sandusky 9.33, Napoleon 8, Defiance 5, St. Marys
Memorial 4, Toledo C.C. 3, Bryan 1.
Boys Team Rankings - 4 Events Scored:
Wauseon 31, Napoleon 28, Toledo C.C. 21, St.
Marys Memorial 18, Otsego 14, Bryan 8, Van
Wert 7, Swanton/Upper Sandusky/OttawaGlandorf 6, Kenton 5, Bath/Shawnee/Coldwater 2.
FINALS - Top 4 advance to Dayton
Regionals May 26-28
Boys Pole Vault: 1. Baus (OT) 14-0; 2. Harris
(BR) 12-0; 3. Smith (SM) 12-0; 4. Bowman (SM)
11-6; 5. Verdugo (US) 11-6; 6. Hench (W) 11-0; 7.
Klosterman (C) 11-0; 8. Hanjora (SH) 11-0.
Boys Long Jump: 1. Bachman (W) 21-0; 2.
Stuber (N) 20-5.75; 3. McVety (SM) 20-5.25; 4.
Shanks (SW) 19-10.25; 5. Cheeves (TC) 19-6.5;
6. Smith (TC) 19-6; 7. Eli Rager (V) 19-2.5; 8.
McComb (SW) 19-2.25.
Girls High Jump: 1. Jessica Siefker (E) 4-10;
2. Schimmoeller (OG) 4-8; 3. (tie) Pryor (US) and
Bosell (W) 4-8; 5. Howard (D) 4-8; 6. Denko (TC)
4-8; 7. Glanz (N) 4-8; 8. (tie) Nichols (K), Inkrott
(OG) and Conley (US) 4-6.
Girls Discus: 1. Katie Trittschuh (V) 118-7; 2.
Johnson (K) 111-6; 3. Bailee Kuhn (E) 111-0; 4.
Triana (W) 104-5; 5. XZation Woods (E) 102-8;
6. Strauss (W) 102-7; 7. Baughman (K) 100-9; 8.
Young (US) 100-3.
Boys Shot Put: 1. Sam Meece (N) 56-3.75#; 2.
Baker (W) 50-4; 3. Martin (TC) 50-3; 4. Morgan
(K) 49-2; 5. Rotroff (W) 47-1.75; 6. Kuhlman
(OG) 44-11.75; 7. Pack (US) 44-11.25; 8. Patten
(SM) 44-8.75.
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Otsego A
10:06.18; 2. Van Wert A (Natalie Riethman,
Nicole Clay, Julia Springer, Cassidy Meyers)
10:08.2; 3. Napoleon A 10:08.69; 4. OttawaGlandorf A 10:15.13; 5. St. Marys Memorial
A 10:15.62; 6. Upper Sandusky A 11:00.4; 7.
Wauseon A 11:04.23; 8. Bryan A 11:50.36.

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0-1, Maddie Jenkins cr 0-0-0-0,


Mackenzie Kraft flex/1b 0-0-0-0,
Carly Wendel cf 4-1-3-2, Mackenzie
Davis rf 4-0-0-0. Totals 31-9-10-7.
CONTINENTAL (10)
Alex Quigley 3b 3-2-2-1, Kayla
Troyer 2b 4-2-3-3, Amber Logan p
4-0-2-1, Briley Collier cr 0-0-0-0,
Amelia Weller 1b 4-0-1-0, Kacie
Quigley cf 4-1-1-1, Emily Logan
c 4-0-2-1, Madi Sharp cr 0-1-0-0,
Alivia Homier ss 3-1-1-1, Ashley
Mansfield lf 4-1-1-1, Jade Zachrich
dp 4-2-3-1, Riley Fenter rf 0-0-0-0.
Totals 34-10-16-9.
Score by Innings: R H E
Lincolnview 0 0 0 2 3 3 1 - 9 10 0
Continental 1 1 1 2 4 1 x - 10
16 0
LOB: Lincolnview 8, Continental
8; 2B: Troyer 2, E. Hogan 2,
Ashbaugh, Wendel, A. Quigley,
A. Logan, Homier, Zachrich; 3B:
Looser; SB: Z. Miller 2, Looser.
IP H R ER BB SO
LINCOLNVIEW
Ashbaugh (L, 3-9) 6.0 16 10
10 2 4
CONTINENTAL
A. Logan (W, 6-4) 7.0 10 9 9 6 9
WP: A. Logan 5. PB: Looser.
HBP: Z. Miller (by A. Logan). BB:
Ashbaugh 2, Schroeder, S. Jenkins,
M. Miller, Taylor, . Pitches-Strikes:
Ashbaugh 106-67; A. Logan 148-83.

They (the Knights) are a perennial State team, obviously,


and the errors (seven in the game), the mistakes you cant
do that against them.
During Prestons six innings of work, she gave up one run,
earned, on five hits while striking out eight and walking two.
She threw 79 pitches, including 56 strikes.
Amber Logan went the distance, 5 1/3 innings, for the
Pirates, yielding 11 runs, only six earned, on 10 hits, striking
out two, walking four and hitting one batter. Of her 108 pitches, 59 were strikes.
Crestview hitters were led by Miller (2 for 2, including a
double, two runs, three RBI), Millay (2 for 2, two runs, one
RBI), Rager (2 for 3, three RBI), and Guest (2 for 4, including
a double, one run). The Pirates were led by Zachrich (2 for 2,
one RBI) and Alex Quigley (2 for 3).
The game was the last for five Continental seniors, led by
rifle-armed 4-time all-PCL third baseman Alex Quigley. The
other seniors are Troyer, Amelia Weller, Emily Logan and
Kirsten Mumea-Long.
CONTINENTAL (1)
Alex Quigley 3b 3-0-2-0, Troyer 2b 3-0-0-0, Amber Logan p 3-0-0-0,
Weller 1b 3-0-0-0, Emily Logan c 3-0-0-0, Kacie Quigley cf 3-0-0-0, Homier
ss 0-1-0-0, Mansfield 2-0-1-0, Coller cr 0-0-0-0, Zachrich dp 2-0-2-1, Fenter
rf 0-0-0-0. Totals 22-1-5-1.
CRESTVIEW (11)
Millay c 2-2-2-1, Rager ss 3-0-2-3, Preston p 4-0-1-0, Thatcher cr 0-0-00, Guest 3b 4-1-2-0, Bowen cf 3-1-0-0, Etzler 1b 3-2-1-1, McCoy rf 3-0-0-0,
Speith lf 1-3-0-0, Miller dp 2-2-2-3, Gent 2b 0-0-0-0. Totals 25-11-10-8.
Doubles: Guest (CV), Miller (CV). LOB: Continental 5, Crestview 6.
Double Plays: Alex Quigley to Weller (C), Preston to Guest (CV). WP:
Preston. LP: Amber Logan.
Continental 000 010 - 1 5 7
Crestview 035 021 - 11 10 0

The Herald 7A

Boys 4x800 Meter Relay: 1. Napoleon


A 8:13.47; 2. Toledo C.C. A 8:14.93; 3.
Wauseon A 8:21.4; 4. Van Wert A (Calahan
Wolfrum, Cade Fleming, Thane Cowan, Dylan
Lautzenheiser) 8:25.01; 5. Otsego A 8:34.23; 6.
Ottawa-Glandorf A 8:45.42; 7. Bath A 8:49.11;
8. Shawnee A 8:53.02.
PRELIMINARIES Top 8 times advance
to Saturdays finals
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33: 1. Smith (US)
15.86; 2. Angstmann (SM) 15.87; 3. Peckinpaugh
(N) 15.9; 4. Schimmoeller (OG) 16.08; 5. Dotson
(TC) 16.23; 6. Landrie Koontz (V) 16.39; 7.
Wellman (D) 16.45; 8. Glanz (N) 16.98.
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 39: 1. Arthur
Greenlee (TC) #14.33; 2. Barnett (US) 15.47;
3. Fisher (N) 15.48; 4. Williams (SH) 15.61; 5.
Buroker (K) 15.72; 6. Hutchison (W) 16.04; 7.
Kitchen (OT) 16.1; 8. Garringer (N) 16.59.
Girls 100 Meter Dash: 1. Richardson (OT)
12.72; 2. Taylor-McGee (TC) 12.93; 3. Megan
Braun (V) 12.98; 4. Wyse (W) 13.11; 5. Sahloff
(OG) 13.26; 6. Gray (W) 13.41; 7. Renner (BA)
13.45; 8. Boone (K) 13.54.
Boys 100 Meter Dash: 1. Deion Greer (TC)
#11.06; 2. Dolan (BR) 11.11; 3. Da. Greer (TC)
11.13; 4. Kristofer Hart (V) 11.2; 5. Ford (SH)
11.44; 6. Daman (N) 11.53; 7. Deardorff (K)
11.56; 8. Bagley (SH) 11.82.
Girls 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Upper Sandusky
A 1:51.06; 2. Defiance A 1:53.14; 3. Elida A
(Jacqueline Nichols, Anyjah Ward, Aubrey Etzler,
Jency Jenkins) 1:53.2; 4. Ottawa-Glandorf A
1:53.26; 5. Van Wert A (Landrie Koontz, Nicole
Clay, Domonique Grothause, Peyton Fleming)
1:56.32; 6. Bryan A 1:56.35; 7. Wauseon A
1:56.81; 8. Napoleon A 1:57.41.
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay: 1. Toledo C.C. A
1:30.82; 2. Shawnee A 1:31.93; 3. St. Marys
Memorial A 1:32.74; 4. Van Wert A (Kristofer
Hart, Josh Fowler, Brandan Hernandez, Keagan
Hardmon) 1:33.96; 5. Wauseon A 1:34.45; 6.
Swanton A 1:35.69; 7. Napoleon A 1:35.92; 8.
Coldwater A 1:37.59.
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay; 1. Upper Sandusky
A 51.85; 2. Ottawa-Glandorf A 53.01; 3. Kenton
A 53.02; 4. Elida A (Hannah Malone, Baylie
Moening Jasmine Pinn, Jency Jenkins) 54.0; 5.
Van Wert A (Peyton Fleming, Landrie Koontz,
Domonique Grothause, Michaella Johnson) 54.12;
6. Wauseon A 54.25; 7. Bryan A 54.8; 8.
Napoleon A 55.01.
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay: 1. Toledo C.C. A
(Easterly, Darion Greer, Deion Greer, Phillips)
#43.25; 2. Bryan A 44.32; 3. Shawnee A 44.53;
4. St. Marys Memorial A 44.73; 5. Napoleon A
45.14; 6. Swanton A 45.88; 7. Kenton A 46.29;
8. Otsego A 46.45.
Girls 400 Meter Dash: 1. Taylor-McGee (TC)
1:02.37; 2. Wyse (W) 1:02.58; 3. Green (TC)
1:03.02; 4. Glanz (N) 1:03.05; 5. Wallace (BA)
1:04.12; 6. Wichman (D) 1:05.21; 7. Roof (K)
1:05.76; 8. Renner (BA) 1:06.92.
Boys 400 Meter Dash: 1. Keagan Hardmon
(V) 50.53; 2. Griffin (TC) 51.76; 3. Creager (W)
51.98; 4. Maze (SM) 52.33; 5. Hausch (BR) 52.53;
6. Griffin (TC) 53.14; 7. Deel (BR) 53.33q; 8.
Eickholt (N) 53.95.
Girls 300 Meter Hurdles 30: 1. Smith (US)
47.98; 2. Peckinpaugh (N) 48.17; 3. Mealer (W)
48.21; 4. Miller (US) 49.06; 5. Dotson (TC) 50.2;
6. Osborn (K) 50.66; 7. Biederstedt (N) 50.74; 8.
Knott (OG) 50.84.
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles 36: 1. Greenlee (TC)
40.83; 2. Buroker (K) 42.15; 3. Williams (SH)
42.47; 4. Hutchison (W) 43.02; 5. Peckinpaugh
(N) 43.37; 6. Barnett (US) 43.68; 7. Collins (TC)
43.8; 8. Brandan Hernandez (V) 44.12.
Girls 800 Meter Run (Top 16 advance): 1.
Hanenkrath (TC) 2:33.61; 2. Kovacs (TC) 2:34.24;
3. Wenig (OT) 2:34.67; 4. Woods (N) 2:36.85;
5. Wischmeyer (OG) 2:36.41; 6. Moening (D)
2:39.57; 7. Niekamp (N) 2:38.17; 8. Gibson (K)
2:40.68; 9. Lasley (D) 2:39.33; 10. Long (OT)
2:42.13; 11. Stutzman (W) 2:44.96; 12. Kyleigh
Gay (E) 2:45.78; 13. Morr (BR) 2:45.98; 14. Willis
(BR) 2:46.05; 15. Donovan (SM) 2:47.05; 16.
McLaughlin (US) 2:48.33.
Boys 800 Meter Run (Top 16 advance):
1. Wahlie (SH) 2:04.82; 2. Wischmeyer (OG)
2:09.11; 3. Reamer (TC) 2:09.19; 4. Campos
(TC) 2:09.53; 5. Smith (BR) 2:09.4; 6. Beck (W)
2:09.77; 7. Dylan Lautzenheiser (V) 2:09.5; 8.
Howard (SW) 2:10.59; 9. Slife (SM) 2:10.2; 10.
Fellers (N) 2:11.07; 11. Stemen (BR) 2:11.3; 12.
Beard (N) 2:12.1; 13. Stephens (SM) 2:12.29; 14.
Crowe (K) 2:12.3; 15. Myers (US) 2:12.39; 16.
Suarez (W) 2:12.61.
Girls 200 Meter Dash: 1. Richardson (OT)
26.51; 2. Wallace (BA) 26.76; 3. Megan Braun
(V) 26.83q; 4. Wyse (W) 27.25; 5. Siefker (OG)
27.82q; 6. Renner (BA) 27.93; 7. Kail (US) 28.09;
8. Anyjah Ward (E) 28.38.
Boys 200 Meter Dash: 1. Dolan (BR) 22.63; 2.
Ford (SH) 22.77; 3. Keagan Hardmon (V) 23.0; 4.
Da. Greer (TC) 23.06; 5. Kristofer Hart (V) 23.23;
6. De. Greer (TC) 23.26; 7. Ukiwe (SH) 23.28; 8.
Stuber (N) 23.57.
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Toledo C.C. A
4:07.8; 2. Napoleon A 4:14.75; 3. Van Wert A
(Julia Springer, Nicole Clay, Cassidy Meyers,
Megan Braun) 4:15.68; 4. Otsego A 4:15.72; 5.
Ottawa-Glandorf A 4:16.84; 6. Upper Sandusky
A 4:19.25; 7. Wauseon A 4:22.02; 8. Elida A
(Aubrey Etzler, Tatiyana Hines, Jessica Siefker,
Jency Jenkins) 4:26.55.
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Van Wert A
(Dylan Lautzenheiser, Kristofer Hart, Keagan
Hardmon, Cade Fleming) 3:28.33; 2. Toledo C.C.
A 3:29.9; 3. Napoleon A 3:31.04; 4. Bryan A
3:31.79; 5. Otsego A 3:33.29; 6. Wauseon A
3:34.08; 7. St. Marys Memorial A 3:34.16; 8.
Shawnee A 3:39.59.
# - New Meet Record

Districts
(Continued from page 6A)
Those in the finals that did
not move on were St. Johns
teammates in senior James
Buettner, fifth in the boys
long jump (19-8), and junior
Elliott Courtney, eighth (19-2
1/2);
The Jefferson boys 4x8 of
junior Cole Arroyo, sophomore Evan Poling, freshman
Jacob McClure and junior
Wyatt Place, fifth (8:44.62);
Crestviews group of sophomore Nick Springer, freshman Jordan Perrott, senior
Adam Saylor and junior Caleb
Bagley, sixth (8:54.38); and
Ottovilles juniors Eric Von
Sossan and Cody Kemper,
senior Drew Williams and
sophomore Brendan Siefker,
eighth (9:03.56);
The Ottoville girls 4x8
relay of junior Madison
Knodell, sophomore Nicole
Williams, sophomore Lindsay
Schweller and freshman
Quinley Schlagbaum, fifth
(10:02.03); the Spencerville

girls quartet of sophomore


Sydney Shaffer and freshmen Sarah Woods, Brooke
Bockey and Torie Bockey,
seventh (10:58.69); and the
St. Johns crew of freshman
Betty Vorst, junior Breece
Rohr, freshman Josie Schulte
and junior Baylee Lindeman,
eighth (11:00.34);
Spencerville freshman
Cannon Johnson, sixth in the
boys pole vault (9-6), and
St. Johns sophomore Richard
Cocuzza, tied for seventh in
the event (9-6);
Parkway junior Tessa
Morton, seventh in the girls
discus (92-11);
Parkway junior Josh
Puthoff, eighth in the boys
shot put (41-1); and
Schlagbaum and Jefferson
sophomore Brooke Rice, in
a 4-way tie for eighth in the
girls high jump (4-8).
Todays session commences at 11:30 a.m. with the rest
of the finals.

8A The Herald

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Yesterday

BOB HOLDGREVE

Window
to the
Past

A fire which which originated from


some unknown origin, possibly incendiary in nature, Wednesday night,
totally destroyed the roundhouse here.
The fire department was called at 11
p.m., and by the time it arrived the
flames had gained considerable headway. In fact, the roof had collapsed
and the structure was enveloped in
flames. The firemen labored an hour
and 35 minutes. The location of the
nearest fireplug, 500 feet away, caused
a slight delay in stretching the hose.
Frank Burger, assistant foreman at
the Northern Ohio round house, first
discovered the structure was afire. He
noted that flames were leaping from
the roof directly over the pumping
station, which is on the east side of
the building. He tried to extinguish the
blaze with a stream of water, but the
pressure was not sufficient to enable
him to put out the fire. Seeing that he
would have to resort to other means,
he rushed to the Clover Leaf shops and
telephoned the fire station. The department responded promptly.
Two coaches, one used exclusively
for passengers and the other of the
combination type, caught on fire. The
Clover Leaf switching crew saved the
coaches from destruction by shunting
them onto the transfer track used by
the Clover Leaf and Northern Ohio
for exchange purposes. Here the fire
department extinguished the flames
that threatened to completely destroy
the cars.
The roundhouse was rendered a total
loss. The structure had been threatened
with destruction several times prior
to Wednesday. The employees had
always been able to cope with the
flames.
The building, erected about 10
years ago, was entirely of frame construction and it proved like a tinderbox
to the flames.
The Clover Leaf pumping station,
which is a few feet away, caught fire,
but the firemen and shop employees
saved it. The Clover Leaf shops proper are so located that they were in no
danger from the sparks.
Agent Watkins of Northern Ohio,
stated to a Herald Reporter, that the
fire may have been started by tramps
who find the vicinity of the roundhouse and the Clover Leaf shops an
ideal hangout. In the winter time the
hobos have made a practice of coming to the roundhouse and asking for
a place to sleep. Acting according to
instructions, the roundhouse employees ordered the tramps away. This fact
prompts Agent Watkins to think that
the fire resulted from spite on the part
of the hobos.
All that remains of the roundhouse
is a skeleton of charred timber. Fire
was still smouldering at a late hour
this morning.
The passenger coach was badly
scorched, but a new coat of paint
and varnish will restore it to its normal condition. The coaches, however
were used Thursday morning in the
Northern Ohio train that leaves here at
10. At Bluffton, the coaches are to be

Northern Ohio
railroad shops
destroyed by fire

left for repairs, and other coaches sent


here in their place.
Two locomotives were in the
roundhouse when the fire started. One
engine was completely dead, while
the other one had 50 pounds steam
pressure. The latter however, was able
to pull the dead locomotive out.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 1, 1915

Delphos Public Library


Opens after Vacation
The Delphos Public Library opened
Wednesday after remaining closed
during the month of August, as is the
usual custom. At the regular monthly meeting the library trustees held
recently, none but routine was transacted.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 1, 1915

Canal Boat Captain Dies


Christopher Booth, 73, one of the
first Miami and Erie canal boat captains, died Saturday morning at his
home, 902 North Canal Street. Heart
trouble and paralysis were the immediate cause of death, but he had been
ailing for the last five years. He had
been unable to work for three years.
Mr. Booth had lived in Delphos
about 10 years, coming here when
canal transportation ceased. Since that
time he had been a familiar figure
about town, doing odd jobs until he
could no longer become active. He
possessed an excellent character and
was held in high esteem by all who
knew him. It was his delight to collect
a group around him and narrate his
experiences of the early canal days.
He would not relate his stories in a
boastful manner, but in a reserved and
unassuming way.
Mr. booth was born in England
on Dec. 24, 1866 and was married to
Miss Emma Longden in Doncaster,
England. They came to this country
in 1886, embarking from Liverpool.
They located in Cincinnati in June,
1887. That was Mr. Booths headquarters until the canal boats ceased
to operate, when he changed his residence to Delphos.
Mr. Booth was first a driver along
the canal, and Mrs. Booth was cook
on a boat. Later, Mr. Booth acquired 3
or 4 boats and operated his small fleet
successfully.
The veteran canal boat captain
always adhered to the Principles of the
Church of England, but attended the
Presbyterian Church here at various
times. He was a true Christian and a
constant reader of the Bible.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 4, 1915

Ft. Jennings Memorial Building


The commission appointed by the
Governor of Ohio to look after the
expanding of the appropriated by the
state for the erection of a memorial
building to honor Colonel Jennings,
on a site at Ft. Jennings, met and organized by selecting Hon. John Cowen,
state representative, as chairman.

Mr. Cowen, appointed as member of


the building committee, Arnold King,
of Delphos; J.J. Miller, of Ottoville;
A. H. Raabe and Frank Helmkamp of
Ft. Jennings. Other members of the
commission are: Charles Rhodes, of
Rimer; Ben Recker, of Kalida; and
Joseph Becker, of Muntanna. The officers of the Jennings Memorial Assn.
are: President Rudolph Raabe. (Some
information is missing.)
Col. Jennings commanded a fort
where the village of Ft. Jennings now
stands. He took sick with fever and
was buried near the fort which he
had commanded in the year 1812.
The Jennings Memorial Assn. was
organized September 24, 1907, for
the purpose of erecting a suitable
monument, but was later suggested by
Representative Cowen that a building
be erected. For this purpose, he was
instrumental in securing an appropriation of four thousand dollars from the
state, which fund is now available. It is
hoped by the association that the sum
can increase to at least ten thousand
dollars, that a building may be effected
which will be a great honor to a hero
who was laid in an unmarked grave for
more than a century.
Delphos Herald,
Sept. 4, 1915

Ohio National Guard Called Out


Members of Ohio National Guard,
Company C., Second Infantry, drove
fighters, promoters, employees and
spectators from the ball park and prevented the fight between Jack Dillon
and Yankee Gilbert of New York.
The militia was called out by Sheriff
Sherman Eley of Allen County when
the fight promoters failed to obey his
warning to not attempt to stage a fight
in Allen County. Eley wired Governor
for instructions. The Governor sent
word back to that the Sheriff knew the
law and should enforce it. Colonel A.
E. Gale of Lima, with 36 men of his
company, marched to the field, formed
a line in center field, fixed bayonets,
and proceeded to drive everyone from
the park. The militiamen then posted pickets about the fence and took
charge. The ring was torn down and
seats carried off the field.
Shortly after the guardsmen had
cleaned the park, 20 policemen, led by
Safety Director Goodyear and Chief
of Police Beall, appeared at the park
and ordered the militiamen to leave.
Colonel Gale refused, then ordered his
men to load their rifles and assigned
Private Russel to conduct the police
officers off the field.
Accompanied by Private Russel,
the police chief and safety director
finally left the field. On the outside,
Russel and Goodyear left in an automobile. Police officers said they had
intended to allow the promoters to
proceed with the fight.
Promoter Ed Harter, Indianapolis,
said he would file suit against Sheriff
Eley, Col. Gale and others he said conspired to prevent the fight.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
The lights were low and the Tune Toppers were smokin.
Everyone was dressed in their finest. It was prom night and
the seniors were out to have a good time. For many at Vancrest
Health Care Center, it was the first of such events. Activities
Director Kristy Brotherwood and Assistant Director Jenny
Turnwald, with the help of many co-workers and decorations
donated by the junior class at Jefferson High School, transformed the sitting area of the center into something the residents will remember for a long time.
St. Johns students Jessica Johns, Curtis Laudick, Edana
Hoehn and Amanda Hoersten were honored by Delphos
VFW 3035 Thursday evening. Johns and Hoehn were winners in Patriotic Art; Amanda Hoersten, winner in Voice of
Democracy; and Laudick, winner of Athlete of the Year; were
presented with various awards. Kayla Wrasman, winner of
Patriots Pen, was absent.
St. Johns baseball has had its ups and down during the
2006 campaign, compiling an 0-13-2 overall mark. For
junior right-hander Nick Johnson, its been mostly aces.
His flame-throwing arm has led the Blue Jays into Saturday
afternoons district final versus New Bremen at Coldwater.
Johnson has also attracted the interest of numerous colleges,
such as Kentucky, Notre Dame, Indiana, Purdue, Michigan
and Cincinnati among them.
25 Years Ago 1991
The Commercial Bank has awarded three $1,000 scholarships to Delphos and Elida High School students. Bank
representatives Jann Bonifas and Thomas Grothouse presented
the scholarships to Kelly Schroeder, a St. Johns High School
senior; Nikki Siefker, a Jefferson Senior High School senior;
and Tammy Laurent, an Elida High School senior.
The Delphos Jaycees recently held their annual installation
banquet. Receiving Jaycee of the Month awards for 1990
were Brad Hughes for May; Doug Williams for June; Ron
Kimmet for July; Hughes and Keith Pavel for August; Hughes
for September; Chuck Kroeger for October; Kimmet for
November; and Hughes for December.
Jeff Severs three-run home run in the ninth inning gave St.
Johns an 8-5 win over New Bremen in Division IV baseball
district tournament Monday at Parkway. Sever also had two
singles and scored three runs. Ted Vonderwell was the only
other Blue Jay with more than one hit. He had two singles.
Brent Grothaus was the winning pitcher. He relieved starting
pitcher Vonderwell.
35 Years Ago 1981
Fifth-grade students at St. Johns Annex presented their
annual spring program Wednesday evening. The combined
students of Mrs. Robert Bockey, Mrs. James Fischer and Mrs.
Tim Byrne began the program with a variety of songs. Band
director Rosemary Kuzma presented the fifth-grade band playing various selections. Physical fitness awards were presented
by Jean Kramer.
Jefferson eighth-grade girls track team won the Northwest
Conference track meet at Paulding. Track members include
Shellie Fronk, Irene Strayer, Jacquie Gossman, Julaine
Gossman, Kecia Rose, Kelly Wilhelm, Michelle Wagner, Kris
Hodgson, Tessie Stant and Robin Downard. The 7th-grade
girls team placed fifth. Team members are Sara Wurse, Nora
Fought, Karen Kiggins, Denise Haunhorst, Julie Paul, Melissa
Downey, Dawn Englebert, Chris Spring, Audrey Strayer,
Marcie Bonifas and Geanna Salyers.
50 Years Ago 1966
Delphos Slo-Pitch League has been divided into two sections this year. There will be a six-team league that will play
on Monday night and another six-team league that will play
on Tuesday and Thursday nights. The six Monday night teams
are Rustic, Pohlman Bros., Fort Jennings, Jo-Jos Bar, Steak
House and Myers Cleaners. To date there are four teams for the
Tuesday and Thursday League and at least two more teams are
needed. Those interested should contact Bob Arnzen.
Mrs. Paul Etzkorn was named president-elect of the
Landeck Mothers Club at its meeting Wednesday in the school
auditorium. President for the coming term will be Mrs. Arnold
Miller. The new secretary-treasurer is Mrs. Rudy Hoersten.
President Mrs. Paul Wieners reported to the members the purchase of books made by the club for the school children.
Senior members of the Ottoville Catholic Ladies of
Columbia, who were unable to be honored with a golden wedding anniversary party, were honored at a covered dish dinner
held this past week in the parish hall. They were Veronica
Beining, Regina Hoehn, Margaret Miller, Helena Perrin, Dora
Looser and Christine Miller. All received crystal rosaries, a
gift from the council.
60 Years Ago 1956
The United States has a new and terrible weapon in its
atomic arsenal. It is a deliverable hydrogen bomb whose
blast could level the greatest city and whose rays and ash
contaminate millions far from ground zero. From this
cauldron dropped from a B-51 jet bomber on tiny Namu
island in the mid-Pacific at 5:51 a.m. Wednesday came
the eruption of a fireball which spread at least four miles
across the horizon.
The annual May procession and crowning of the Blessed
Virgin was observed at St. Johns Catholic Church Sunday
evening. The high school boys choir sang as the procession
entered the church, preceding the sermon given by Rev. James
Steinle, a former St. Johns student. The girls marched in procession, after which Ladonna Suever, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Suever, placed a crown of flowers on the statue of the
Blessed Mother.
75 Years Ago 1941
Plans are now under way for the formal dedication of the
Delphos Municipal Stadium on Memorial Day, May 30. The
swimming pool dedication will not take place at this time as it
will not be completed. Also the athletic field will be dedicated.
A double-header baseball game will be an attraction of the
afternoons entertainment. In one game baseball teams from
Jefferson and St. Johns will be pitted and in the other game
the Delphos Merchants will battle a team which is yet to be
named.
The members of the Delphos Kiwanis Club met in regular
session Tuesday evening at the Beckman Hotel. The guest
speaker of the evening was William Vance, deputy in Ohio
Department of Aid for the Aged. Steward Folsom, representing
the Allen County Historical Society, addressed the members
concerning the drive for funds to build the Allen County
Museum.
Graduation exercise will be held at 8:30 p.m. June 1 in the
Landeck School auditorium. Members of the 1941 class are
Esther Pothast, Alma Kill, Rosaleen Williams, Robert Mueller,
Robert Topp and Hubert Youngpeter. Rev. Peter will give
the class address. The class play The Elusive Aunt Laura,
includes cast members Ladonna Kill, Alma Kill, Youngpeter,
Pothast, Mueller, Williams and Topp.

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Saturday, May 21, 2016

The Herald 9A

On the Road Again


BY BETH METZGER
It was Monday, April 25,
when I took off on the second
leg of my western adventure.
I flew out of Ft. Wayne, with
a stopover in Chicago. As we
flew into Chicago, we flew
over Lake Michigan. That
was very interesting, with
several photo-ops. Then it
was on to Sacramento, CA,
where Lisa picked me up at
the airport and we drove to
the home of Rita Beargray.
She is a Native American
who was widowed at the
age of 50. She and her husband moved to the state of
Washington from Canada 20
years ago. We spent the night
at Ritas place. The next day
we went shopping as we
drove on to our destination,
Port Angeles. We drove along
the Olympic Discovery Trail,
passing the big Six Totem
Pole Casino. They have very
colorful carved totem poles
out in front of the casino.
As we drove on, we saw this
beautiful large home, built as
a replica of Mt. Vernon, but
with smaller rooms. As you
probably know Mt. Vernon
in Virginia was the home
of George Washington. The
front lawn of this home is
covered with Lavender plants
just like Mt. Vernon, Virginia.
Back during the Civil War
Days, Pres. Abraham Lincoln
purchased some land near
Port Angeles in preparation
for a Western Capitol for
the United States, just in the
event the north would lose
the Civil War and the country
would be split. Thank God!
The North won that terrible conflict and slavery was
ended but it took many more
years for the black people to
be truly free. This government land was later made
into a military base.
After passing these beautiful sites we drove on to
Port Angeles and set up camp
at the fairgrounds, making it
our home for the next several
days and nights. We did a lot
of traveling on Wednesday.
The most exciting spot was
the 400-foot-long walking
bridge across the river in Big
Horn National Forrest.
On Thursday, April 28, we
started horse-back riding on
the Olympic Discovery Trail.
We did three days of prayer
riding in this area. As we
were riding we saw Cedar
trees that measured four feet
across. We found many sand
dollars while riding our horses on the beach. Thats really a special find for shell
hunters. Ships were passing
by in this ocean inlet and
we could see Canada seven
miles away. On Friday, we
drove up to Hurricane Ridge,
at the top of the Olympic
Mountain Range. There was
snow on the mountain top.
We drove up to the ridge
because it was too steep and
high for the horses. When
we got back down we were
so tired we fell asleep by the
waterfall, a very restful place
to be. Later in the day we
attended a Concert of Praise
& Worship at the waterfront.
Many people started packing

up to go home They had a


special group of worshipers,
who were going to do the
prayer riding on The National
Day of Prayer.
On Sunday, May 1, we
took part in the spontaneous
prayer service of Praise &
Worship. They played praise
and worship music during
that time and all day long,
while we goofed off and rested. Monday was spent packing up and getting food for
the horses. Lisa and I pulled
out on Monday evening and
took turns driving through
the night, heading for a
working ranch in Wyoming.
We camped at this ranch
Thursday and Friday nights
and drove to Cody, Wyoming,
the home of Buffalo Bill
Cody. We visited his museum and restaurant. We also
drove through a canyon of
red rock and into a mountain
range, reaching a height of
9,000 feet. It was snowing
up there. On our way down,
we hit dense fog, making the
driving really tense.
We camped for two nights
and a Horse Hotel at Fort
Collins, near where Lisas
son lives. They had plenty
of horse stables, where travelers can keep their horses
overnight. Lisa was able to
have some quality time with
her son and on Sunday morning we attended the church,
where her son is an associate pastor. Then we had rain
and hail, while storms were
going through the area. Soon
it was Monday morning and
time for me to head back to
Ohio. Lisa drove me to the
Denver airport and I flew out
at 12:30 p.m. Lisas mother
would soon arrive and travel
the rest of the way home with
her after visiting again with
Lisas son.
Naturally, on the way
home, there was a stopover
in Chicago. When I arrived
back in Ft. Wayne, Ind..
Larry was there to pick me
up at the airport. It was surely good to see my hubby
again. Larry brought along
a Mothers Day gift, a beautiful long black and white
sweater, with fringe on the
bottom. We sure had a lot of
catching up to do when we
got home that evening. Soon,
I was back to taking care of
our horses, the chickens and
the rabbits. Our granddaughter, Chloe, keeps her 4-H
projects in our barn. Soon it
will be time for the Putnam
County Fair. I also had to
pull 2-3 weeks of weeds out
of my flowers. We had plenty
of rain in Ohio, while I was
away. Home Sweet Home!
Be strong and courageous, because you will lead
these people to inherit the
land I swore to their ancestors to give the. Be strong
and very courageous Then
you will be prosperous and
successful.
JOSHUA 1: 6-8
Courage comes in many
forms. Sometimes its doing
what we need or should do
instead of what we want to
do. Take the time to help
others and it will be returned.

This is the ranch in Cody, Wyoming, where Metzger and the other riders stayd. They were going to watch the branding
of the calves, but they had to change the time to late in the afternoon and the group pulled out earlier.

This photo is of a 400-foot bridge between Sequim and Port Angeles. It crosses a very wide river bed, though there was
not as much water flowing through, but a lot of logs from the previous high waters. Metzger crossed the bridge with
her horse.

Totem poles at 7 Cedar Casino just outside of Sequim, Washington. Metzger and her group rode passed this as they were
riding on the Olympic Discovery Trail. (Submitted photos)

The massiveness of the beach, and the rocks that stick out of the beach area. This is where Metzger found hundreds of sand dollars that were four and five inches across. It is the
farthest point west on the Olympic Discovery Trail.

10A The Herald

Saturday, May 21 2016

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criminal record
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reference by 4:00 p.m.
Monday, May 23, 2016
to:
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Superintendent
818 N. Franklin St.,
Van Wert, OH 45891
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careercenter.com
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applications can be
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Apx. 1,600 sq.ft. of office space for lease on SR 309, East,


Lima. Lower level w/ windows. Perfect for medical offices,
insurance office, etc. Features reception/waiting area, offices,
& restrooms. Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111
Apx. 2,200 sq.ft. of office/showroom space for lease on SR
309 E. Features large open showroom area, office area, 2
restrooms, 2 overhead garage doors & storage area.
Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111
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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Make One Great Dish

Steak Out

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By: The editors of Relish magazine


Grill a flank steak this weekend and youll have dinner covered later in the week with
tacos made from the leftovers.
Flank steak is a lean, somewhat tough cut of meat. But dont worrythat toughness is easily doused by a couple of hours soaking in a flavorful marinade. Best served at
medium-rare temperature, flank steak also needs a bit of care when slicing. Its important
to slice it across the grain (rather than with the fibers of the meat) for the most tender
slices. For most flank steaks, this means slicing across the short width, rather than along
the length.

Savory Marinated Flank Steak


1
4
1/2
1/3
1/3
1/3
1/2

(2- to 2 1/2-lb) flank steak


cloves garlic, minced
cup minced red onion
cup Worcestershire sauce
cup white wine or white wine vinegar
cup olive oil
tsp coarse salt
Freshly ground black pepper

1. Score steak in a crisscross pattern on one side, making the cuts about 1 inch apart.
2. Combine all ingredients except steak in a ziptop plastic bag. Add steak to the bag,
seal and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
3. Remove steak from the bag and let stand 1 hour at room temperature before cooking.
4. Oil the grill grates and heat the grill until hot (450F to 500F). Grill steak about 5
minutes per side for medium-rare. Place on a platter, cover loosely with foil and let stand
10 minutes before serving. To serve, slice the steak across the grain into 1/4-inch slices.
Or slice half of the steak and reserve the rest for tacos. Serves 8.

Flank Steak Tacos

Preheat oven to 375F. Wrap corn tortillas in foil and warm in oven for about 10 minutes.
Heat 2 Tbsp oil in a nonstick skillet over medium heat; add thinly sliced leftover steak.
(Sprinkle
with chili powder and crushed red pepper flakes if you like.) Cook, tossing the steak,
until warmed through. Divide the steak among the tortillas and add toppings, including
sliced avocado, chopped red onion, chopped jalapeo peppers, chopped cilantro, shredded Monterey Jack cheese, shredded lettuce and chopped tomatoes. Serve with lime
wedges for squeezing on top.
Recipes by Andrew Cotto
Photo by Mark Boughton Photography / styling by Teresa Blackburn

BF Goodrich Tire Manufacturing


Fort Wayne, Indiana
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.

***
Teem Wholesale has an
immediate opening for a
production team leader.
Applicants must be dependable,
self-motivated, energetic
individuals with excellent
communication and problem
solving skills. Previous
leadership experience or
qualified leadership
training is required.
***
Competitive wages, health,
dental & life insurance, 401K,
paid vacations and holidays
are available.
Please apply in person at:
Teem Wholesale
200 W. Skinner St.
Ohio City, Ohio 45874
No phone calls please.

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Build your career with an award winning,
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of enthusiastic and motivated employees. We
want to add YOU to our team environment.
Our construction marketer works directly
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$500 week base pay plus opportunity for
bonuses. $30-50k.
TERRITORY MANAGER
YRLY STARTING PAY $35-$60k
We are the nations leading Foundation
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Developing and training a team prospecting
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EVENT STAFF
Part time positions offering flexible
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details Tiffany (419)841-6055

Movie Review

Green Room

Applicant must have at least one of the


following criteria:

Two year technical degree in Industrial Maintenance.


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

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.

Starring Patrick Stewart, Anton


Yelchin and Imogen Poots
Directed by Jeremy Saulnier
R
In show business, a green room is the
spot backstage where performers go to relax, hang out and kick back before or after a show. Its usually a secluded place of
high spirits and hospitality.
But not in this wickedly sharp thriller-chiller horror show about a band of
young punk rockers whose gig turns into
a ghastly fight for their lives. Barricaded in the clubs grungy green room, they
square off against the owner and his army
of neo-Nazis when a shocking episode of
violence becomes a raging nightmare.
Anton Yelchin (Chekov in the Star Trek
movies), Alia Shawkat (from TVs Arrested Development), Callum Turner and Joe
Cole play the members of the Aint Rights,
whose unlikely booking at a backwoods
roadhouse full of white supremacists turns
into a bloody standoff when they stumble
onto the aftermath of a crime of passion
and cant get away before the owner (Patrick Stewart) tries to frame them for it
and eliminate them along with all the evidence.
British actress Imogen Poots has a key
role as a club patron who inadvertently
becomes part of the mayhem as the young
rockerswho play music steeped in destruction, doom and deathfind out how
they fare when suddenly faced with the
real thing.
In his debut mainstream theatrical feature, director Jeremy Saulnier, 36, shows
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his time setting up the story and establishing the characters, patiently drawing the
audience into the subculture of their musical world and their low-rent camaraderiea slog of constant touring to crappy
gigs in their old van, living on food scraps,
siphoning stolen gas and playing loud, anarchic songs to indifferent or sometimes
hostile listeners.
Saulnier gets the details just right: life
on the road, the bands dedication to their
music, their banter and their interactions
and how actual people might react, think
and speak when they find themselves in the
middle of a situation that suddenly, unexpectedly becomes gruesome and deadly.
As another band rumbles through their
songs onstage, the dark, ominous tones
reverberate through the walls of the club,
into the bowels of the green room, like the
howls of a great, angry beast.
The movie has the gritty, grubby feel of
a film-festival, midnight-madness indie,
especially when it gets down to the bloody
business of slashing, hacking, shooting,
stabbing, ripping and tearing. Who will
escape, who will survive? Its not for the
queasy or the faint of heart, but Saulier
makes inventive use of his set and props,
including the squeal of PA feedback as a
weapon, a fire extinguisher and a permanent marker first seen in a band prank.
But the real treat is watching the classically trained Stewart, best known as Star
Treks wise Capt. Picard and as Professor Xavier, the benevolent leader of the
X-Men, in a role that stretches him so far
in the other direction. In Green Room, hes
one seriously scary dude mixing evil and
eloquence, refinement and malevolence,
and hell-bent on maintaining order anywhere things get messy. His harrowing performance gives this raw, edgy, awesomely
impressive, little hard-hitting punk-rock
movie even more of a visceral kick.

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Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Opinion

Those whove
gone before
Memorial Day, originally called
Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance
for those who have died in our nations
service. There are many stories as to its
actual beginnings, with more than two
dozen cities and towns claiming to be the
holidays birthplace.
Memorial Day was officially proclaimed on 5, May, 1868, by General John
Logan, national commander of the Grand
Army of the Republic, in his General Order
No. 11, and was first observed on 30, May,
1868, when flowers were placed on the
graves of Union and Confederate soldiers
at Arlington National Cemetery.
The first state to officially recognize the
holiday was New York in 1873. By 1890,
it was recognized by all of the northern
states. It is now celebrated in almost every
state on the last Monday in May (passed by
Congress with the National Holiday Act of
1971 (P.L. 90 - 363) to ensure a three-day
weekend for federal holidays). Some southern states still set aside an additional day for

On the
Other Hand

honoring the Confederate war dead.


No matter where it started and by
whom, the premise has stayed the same.
We set aside the day to remember those
who died fighting for their country, their
flag and your and my freedoms.
This year will mark the 11th Memorial
Day service at the Veterans Memorial Park.
The park has been well-tended in the last
several months.
I have witnessed the seemingly endless
parade of people who come to the park to
work, relax and/or remember, or all three.
There have been many times, while either
driving by the park or when leaving and
entering the Herald parking lot, I will see
a figure near one of the markers, head bent
in concentration. People walking in the
downtown area will detour through the
parks walkways and stop to read names on
the pavers or memorials before going on
with their day.
The park also serves as a daily reminder
of what some have given for their country.

It is also a reminder that many are still sacrificing and will continue to do so through
their bravery and willingness to do what
many of us cant or wont.
On the web site where I got a lot of the
history for Memorial Day, www.usmemorialday.org, I also found that, in general,
observance of Memorial Day is on the
decline. At many cemeteries, the graves
of the fallen are increasingly ignored and/
or neglected.
For some reason, I dont think this will
be a problem in Delphos. I had the pleasure of accompanying 16 volunteers to the
local cemeteries in the past and a sea of
crisp new flags could be seen waving from
hundreds of graves when they were done.
I have a feeling that this years observance
will be as well attended as any other here.
Editors note: For those of you attending
the Memorial Day services at the Veterans
Memorial Park, if you need to sit down
during the service, please bring a lawn
chair.

Letter to the Editor


DEAR EDITOR,
On Saturday, May 14, the
National Association of Letter
Carriers held its annual Stamp
Out Hunger food drive.
Letter carriers at the
Delphos Post Office participated as well and we are happy to
announce that this years drive
brought in a total of 1,500
pounds of non-perishable food.
All the food was evenly
distributed between the St.
Vincent DePaul Society and
the Interfaith Thrift Shop,
both located here in Delphos.
This will really help stock
their shelves as the summer
approaches.
A task such as this could

not be accomplished without


the help of others so at this
time we would like to thank
the local media for their advertising, our local management
Marilyn and Craig for
their cooperation, the rural carriers who worked that day for
collecting on their routes, our
clerks working that day for
taking care of the food collected in the lobby and over the
counter.
Special thanks also to
retired letter carrier Jeff
Metcalfe, for driving around
collecting food donations from
us while we were on our routes
and taking it to the post office
to get weighed and ready for

Riding in cars with goats

Nancy Spencer

distribution, and also Taylor


Thompson for walking with us
and helping carry food back to
our trucks for us.
Most importantly we would
like to thank all our customers who donated food because
without your help, this food
drive would not have been the
success it was.
So many of our friends and
neighbors who are in need
have benefited from your generosity and you helped put a
smile on their face.
Thanks again from all of us.
Sincerely,
Chuck Shumaker
Robin Allen

Imagine yourself in a car,


navigating stop-and-go traffic. You could be having a nice
conversation with a passenger/
driver, or maybe riding along in
stony silence, one hand on the
wheel, the other pressed to your
temples while a teen passenger
sits in the bucket seat next to
you, thumbs navigating the minute keypad of their cellphone.
The stoplight in front of you is
a determined shade of red. You
glance at the car in the next lane
and see a goat blinking back at
Anne Coburn-Griffis
you and a wildebeest keeping
pace with you on the sidewalk.
On Saturday, I was the driver of the car in the next lane.
Marshmallow the goat rode in the back, snugged between the passenger bench seat and the rear window, the space where people normally
stash their groceries. We do that, too, and will again after a deep clean.
Marsh was a special guest at Sauder Village in Archbold, the
subject of a storybook reading in the living-history villages Little
Pioneer area. For three hours, he did his usual sweet job despite the
cold wind, and we loaded him and ourselves back in the car.
I dont know why I didnt notice the attention Marsh got on the
drive north; probably because I was in the passenger seat with Sophie
the potbellied pig. My Steven took that seat later, so as we headed
south with me behind the wheel, I saw that pretty much every driver
around us had their cellphones out, lens side trained right at Marsh
and his full rearview splendor. Marsh made a lot of people happy that
day, despite a few near misses with drivers who tried to snap, text and
drive at the same time.
You just never know what youll see on the roads around here on
the Back 40. As far as the wildebeest on the sidewalk, keep imagining. I did.

The debt owed to


Americas heroes
On May 30, communities all around the
United States will be celebrating Memorial Day
with patriotic revelries to pay respect to the
heroes who gave their lives for our country. Here
are a few words from Walter Ehlers, the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from the D-Day
invasion at Normandy on June 6, 1944. Ehlers
died in February 2014 at the age of 92.
We fought to preserve what our forefathers
had died for...to protect our faith, to preserve our
liberty...I pray that the price we paid on that beach
will never be mortgaged, that my grandsons and
granddaughters will never face the terror and

Byron McNutt

People Make
the Difference

horror that we faced.


But they must know that without freedom,
there is no life and, that the things most worth
living for, may sometimes demand dying for. We
can best honor the veterans of World War II and
of all Americas wars by remembering the sacrifices they made and by recognizing the debt that
we owe them.
All men and women who fought and died
for freedom must rest assured that the price they
paid will never be mortgaged.
See HEROES, page 14

AREA CHURCH DIRECTORY


TRINITY UNITED
ST. PATRICKS CHURCH
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
METHODIST CHURCH
419-647-6202
211 E Third St, Delphos
FIRST UNITED
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:15 am Worship
PRESBYTERIAN
Service; 9:15 am
Sunday Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,
310 W. Second St.
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
419-692-5737
IMMANUEL UNITED
Worship Service; 11:30 a.m.
Sunday: 11:00 Worship Radio Worship on WDOH
METHODIST CHURCH
Service - Everyone Welcome
699 Sunnydale, Elida, Ohio
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH
FIRST ASSEMBLY
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. tradition331 E. Second St., Delphos
OF GOD
al; 10:45 a.m. contemporary
419-695-4050
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
Eucharist

Lords
Day
419-692-6741
SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. - Observance; Saturday 4:30 107 Broadway St., Spencerville
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
Worship Service
Pastor Charles Muter
a.m.; Weekdays as announced
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
on Sunday bulletin.
Sunday: Morning Services ST. PETER LUTHERAN
LIVING TRUTH MINISTRIES 10:00 a.m.
CHURCH
1180 S. Washington St.
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
TRINITY UNITED
Sunday Worship Service @
Phone 419-695-2616
METHODIST
10:30am
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
Corner of 4th & Main,
Worship Service.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
Spencerville
CHURCH - Landeck
Phone 419-647-5321
Phone: 419-692-0636
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
CHURCH
Administrative aide:
Sunday - 8:30 a.m.
935 S. Bredeick St., Delphos
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Phone 419-695-1723
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Ignite Contemporary Service
PEnCErVillE
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Sunday Worship.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
SPENCERVILLE
102 Wisher Drive,
FULL GOSPEL
MARION BAPTIST
Spencerville
107
Broadway
St.,
Spencerville
CHURCH
Sunday
9:30 a.m. Cafe;
Pastor Charles Muter
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
419-339-6319
Sunday: Morning Services Services: Sunday - 11:00
AGAPE FELLOWSHIP
10:00 a.m.
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
MINISTRIES
9250 Armstrong Road,
UNITED
CHURCH
OF
CHRIST
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
Spencerville
102 Wisher Drive, Spencerville
UNION
Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
Sunday
9:30
a.m.
Cafe;
470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940
Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
10:30 Sunday service.
Worship service.

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ST. PAULS UNITED


METHODIST
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
Service.

SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
317 West North St.
419-296-2561
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;

GOMER
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
7350 Gomer Road, Gomer
419-642-2681
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship

Elida/GomEr
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST
CHURCH
2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida
Phone: 339-3339
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
Morning Service
PIKE MENNONITE CHURCH
3995 McBride Rd., Elida
Phone 419-339-3961
ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida
NEW HOPE
CHRISTIAN CENTER
2240 Baty Road, Elida
Ph. 339-5673
Sunday 10 a.m. Worship.

SALEM UNITED
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
13887 Jennings Rd., , Van Wert
15240 Main St., Venedocia
Ph. 419-238-0333
Church Phone: 419-667-4142
Childrens Storyline:
Sunday - 10:45 a.m. - Sunday
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school.
School for all ages; 10:30 a.m.
Family Worship Hour
VAN WERT VICTORY
CHURCH OF GOD
PENTECOSTAL WAY
10698 US 127S., Van Wert
CHURCH
Sunday worship & childrens 1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
ministry - 10:00 a.m.
Phone (419) 238-5813
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
GRACE FAMILY CHURCH
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
634 N. Washington St.,
until 11:30 a.m.
Van Wert

Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning


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MIDDLE POINT UNITED
METHODIST
FAITH MISSIONARY
Corner Jackson and Mill St.
BAPTIST CHURCH
TRINITY LUTHERAN
Road U, Rushmore
303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Pastor Robert Morrison
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Sunday 10 am Church
School; 11:00 Church Service;
LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD service.
Elida - Ph. 222-8054
IMMACULATE
Service schedule: Sunday KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
CONCEPTION
10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Worship
Phone: 419-965-2771
Ottoville
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
4750 East Road, Elida
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship,
CHURCH
Kalida
nursery available.
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
an
Ert ounty
a.m. Masses.
MANDALE CHURCH OF
CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
BREAKTHROUGH
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
160 Main St.,
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Sunday Church Service - 10 School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
Mass schedule: Saturday
a.m, 6 p.m.
5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
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CHURCH OF GOD
10686 Van Wert-Decatur Rd.
605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
Van Wert - 419-238-9426
Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
419-642-5264
Sunday- 8:45 a.m. Friends
Sunday - Worship services
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.
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(Continued from page 12)


One has to wonder, at a time when everyone is in pursuit of personal happiness, what
drives young men and women to join the military and risk their lives. This holiday weekend, as millions of American flags proudly
sway from poles and staffs, and decorate the
veterans graves, we need to pause and reflect
on the essence of their lives.
They lived and died for a purpose which
was larger than themselves. This is the very
essence that differentiates a giver from a taker.
The real meaning of life and long lasting
happiness is to give, it brings in fulfillment.
Its like having a commitment and not a
casual, short-lived relationship with life,
Bob123Editor wrote.
Research by the Center for Disease Control
shows about four out of 10 Americans have not
discovered a satisfying life purpose. Having
reason and meaning in life increases overall
well-being and life satisfaction, improves
mental and physical health, enhances resiliency, enhances self-esteem and decreases the
chance of depression.
Its important to remember that the courageous ones were honoring this weekend died
not only for our freedom as a nation, but for
each one of us personally to live a safe and
better life.
The prime reason for brave men and women
to stand up for a nation over and above their
personal interests makes them so resilient and
focused. To those of you currently serving in
the military, we pay our regards to you with
the utmost respect and gratitude and wish you
a happy and peaceful Memorial Day.
*******
Im still wondering: What will Americans,
and people around the world, consider a win
in November if either Hillary Clinton or
Donald Trump is elected president? In either
outcome, approximately 55% of Americans
will be disappointed and disgusted.
What should we expect? If voters tolerate
candidates that lie, stretch the truth, embellish
the facts and are willing to use blatant falsehoods to destroy opponents and pander to
voting blocks, then how can we be surprised
with the government leadership that we get?
Surveys say Americans are not happy with
the direction the country is headed. They are
frustrated with what they see as a dysfunctional political system and the partisan gridlock in
Washington and they just want it fixed.
We were wondering if the masses would
ever hold the scoundrels responsible for the
downward spiral of the country we all cherish.
Well, maybe there are consequences for those
rascals answerable for the dysfunction.
Over the most recent 25 years, weve had

both Republican and Democrat control in


government and both have failed. There is
plenty of blame to go around. It is quite possible the problems are so huge that they cant
be fixed. Americans are polarized: liberal and
conservative with declining moderation.
Officeholders who stood in the way of
compromise and deal-making have been punished by the Establishment. Status quo politicians are rewarded. As a result, tens of millions of Americans are desperate for change,
even if it seems radical.
Enter Trump as the GOP presumptive
nominee. How else do you explain his march
to the nomination? Hes breaking all the rules.
His rhetoric is politically incorrect and he ruffles feathers everywhere he goes.
His message is simple. Many parts of
America are in decline and he will take on
the dysfunction in government and fix whats
broken.
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It also disturbs me when political candidates are allowed to mislead and dupe the
public with impunity. Its a partisan issue. Its
a dark side of politics. The parties show no
remorse for this bad behavior and just treat it
as a necessity for a successful campaign. Its
win at all costs.
PolitiFact says Bending the truth or being
unhampered by accuracy is a strategy that
seems to work. Voters have fallen into the
mud. They say If my candidate says something, whether it is true or not, I will not
penalize him or her for it. Our standards for
politicians continue to drift lower.
Rem Rieder, Media columnist for USA
Today believes: when politicians brazenly
repeat untruths, they need to be called out
each time. Even when challenged about
inaccurate statements, candidates will keep
repeating the misleading and false information.
It isnt limited to political campaigns. It
has infested government at the highest levels. In just the last eight years the Obama
Administration has set a very low bar for
cynicism. President Barack Obama promised Americans a transparent administration.
Yet, he blatantly misled the public to pass
Obamacare, the Iran nuclear deal, the immigration policy and a slew of other policies.
Former President George Bush also had his
share of deceptive speeches. They cant seem
to avoid it.
Organizations like FactCheck, PolitiFact,
Truth-O-Meter and BuzzFeed can hardly keep
up with requests to check the accuracy of
statements made by both office-holders and
office-seekers. They award colorful labels
such as Pinocchios and Pant-on-Fire.

Jennings

(Continued from page 3)


Exams for the junior and
senior high will be Tuesday
for odd number periods and
Wednesday for even number
periods.
The last day for students will
be Wednesday with a 2 p.m.
early dismissal and the last day
for teachers will be Thursday.
For graduating seniors, commencement will begin at 8 p.m.
Friday in the main gym.
Students can pick up their
grade cards from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
on June 1.
The board also approved:
Certified supplemental contracts for the 201617 school year for Melinda
Losh, Heather Harmon, Rose
Stechschulte, Kevin Horstman,
Cheryl Von Lehmden, Jeff
Jostpille, Joy Noriega and
Audrea Mancinotti;
Supplemental contracts
for 2016-17 for Melinda Losh,
Matt Evans, Tammy Sellman
and Heather Harmon;
The price of school year
books for $40 for early bird
orders and $45 for other orders,
the price is the same as last
year;
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the Comprehensive Continuous
Improvement Program;

Paying
Resident
Educator, Sharon Sealts, $500;
The summer intervention
program, if there are enough
participants; the position will be
posted in the elementary when
the numbers become available;
and
Donations from FJ

Activity Boosters to the band


trip fund for $2342.26, from
General Mills Box Tops
Program to the elementary
activities fund for $520.60 and
$50 to the building fund in
memory of Mary Sergeant.
The next Jennings Board
of Education meeting has been
moved from June 15 to June 22
and will be at 7:30 p.m.

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Weekly ODOT report

Information submitted
The following is a weekly
report concerning construction and maintenance work
on state highways within the Ohio Department of
Transportation District 1. For
the latest in statewide construction, visit www.ohgo.
com.
Week of May 16
Allen County
Interstate 75 from the
Auglaize County line to
Fourth Street, through
Lima and Allen County, will
have occasional lane closures
throughout the year during the
final year of the reconstruction of the interstate. Current
and upcoming impacts to traffic are as follows:
Traffic on I-75 north
and south of the Ohio 65
interchange area continues to
travel in a contraflow pattern
where two southbound lanes
and one northbound lane of
traffic are traveling on the
southbound side of the interstate, and one northbound
lane is traveling on the northbound side of the interstate.
Traffic will remain in this
pattern until late summer.
Beginning Monday,
the single northbound lane
on Interstate 75 through the
contraflow area will be closed
from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. each
day through Thursday while
embankment work occurs.
During the lane closure,
the exit ramp from Interstate
75 northbound to Ohio 65
will be closed, also from 8
p.m. to 8 a.m. each of those
days.
Traffic will be detoured
north on Interstate 75 to
Fourth Street to Interstate 75
southbound back to Ohio 65.
The entrance ramp
from Ohio 65 to Interstate 75
northbound will be intermittently closed, also during the
hours of 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. each
of those days.
Traffic will be detoured
south on Interstate 75 to
Breese Road back to Interstate
75 northbound.
Beginning May 31 and
continuing for approximately
three weeks, the single northbound lane on Interstate 75
through the contraflow area

will close during the hours


of 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. while
embankment work occurs.
During the lane closure,
the entrance ramp from Ohio
65 to northbound Interstate 75
will be intermittently closed,
also between the hours of 8
p.m. and 8 a.m.
Traffic will be detoured
south on Interstate 75 to
Breese Road back to Interstate
75 northbound.
The exit ramp from northbound Interstate 75 to Ohio
65 will remain open.
Heavy truck traffic will be
present throughout the project
for the next several weeks,
especially in the area of the
Ohio 65 interchange and the
Yoder Road area, near the
Orthopedic Institute of Ohio
complex.
Yoder Road is occasionally closed during evening and overnight hours,
but generally remains open
during the operating hours
of the Orthopedic Institute
of Ohio.
Hanthorn Road over
Interstate 75 remains closed
until June.
Sealing of pavement
cracks will take place at the
following locations throughout the week. Work is being
performed by the ODOT
Allen County maintenance
garage:
Interstate 75 southbound between Napoleon
Road to Bluelick Road.
Ohio 117 from Bowman
Road to the Auglaize County
line.
Ohio 309 from east
of Interstate 75 to Bowman
Road.
Ohio 81 from Sugar
Street to Roush Road.
Ohio 309 will be impacted by several long-term
projects throughout the
construction season as follows:
Ohio 309 (Elida Road)
from Robb Avenue to Cole
Street, Lima, is restricted in
the eastbound direction for
reconstruction of the curb and
gutter, upgrade of traffic signals and resurfacing of the
roadway. The continuous turn
from eastbound Ohio 309 to
Grand Avenue was perma-

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nently closed on March 14.


Work is being performed by
Smith Paving, Norwalk.
By the end of the coming
week, all lanes are expected to be open until after
the Memorial Day holiday.
Paving will take place following the holiday as well as
the upgrade of traffic signals
at Cole Street and Rosedale
Avenue.
The overall project will be
completed in the fall.
Ohio 309 (Elida Road)
from Eastown Road to U.S.
30, including the village
of Elida, will be restricted
beginning in May for widening, curb and gutter installation, drainage improvements and resurfacing. Work
is being performed by VTF
Excavation LLC, Celina.
The following impacts
are occurring or upcoming:
Daily lane restrictions
will begin in the coming
week from Eastown Road
through the village of Elida
and will continue through
the fall. Traffic patterns will
change frequently.
Ohio 309 (Harding
Highway) from Bowman
Road to Ohio 235, Ada,
will be closed beginning in
June for 70 days for culvert replacements at several
locations. Work will initially
begin within the overlap of
Ohio 235/Ohio 309. Access
to area residences will be
maintained, through traffic
will be detoured onto Ohio
235, Ohio 81 and Interstate
75 back to Ohio 309. Work
is being performed by R.D.
Jones Excavating, Harrod.
Ohio 65 from Yoder
Road to East 4th Street will
be closed beginning on June
27 for approximately three
days for culvert replacements.
Traffic will be detoured onto
Interstate 75 to East 4th
street back to Ohio 65. Work
is being performed by the
ODOT Allen County maintenance garage.
Putnam County
There are no projects
scheduled during the week
which will have a significant
impact on traffic.
Van Wert County
Ohio 697 at the west
edge of Delphos is now open
following a railroad repair
project.
U.S. 127 (Washington
Street) between Fox Road
and Ervin Road in the city
of Van Wert closed April 11
for reconstruction and widening of the road. Access to local
businesses is maintained.
Traffic is detoured onto Ohio
81, Ohio 118, Ervin Road/
Van Wert-Decatur Road, U.S.
224 and U.S. 30 back to U.S.
127. The closure will remain
in place until fall. Work is
being performed by Helms &
Sons Excavating, Findlay.
The entire U.S. 127
(Washington Street)/Ervin
Road intersection will be
closed from Monday through
Friday for water main and
sanitary sewer work. During
the intersection closure,
access to local businesses will
be available via Fox Road.
From May 31 through
June 4, U.S. 127 (Washington
Street) will be closed completely between the Sherwin
Williams Store and the Shell
Gas station for installation of
two culverts. Access to all
businesses will be maintained
using access points at either
Fox Road or Ervin Road.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Ottoville
(Continued from p;age 1)
She was active in National Honor Society, holding the offices of president and historian;
FCCLA; and was an office aide. She also played soccer (co-captain) and was in the Scholastic
Bowl.
Elizabeth Burgei will also give a commencement speech. She is the daughter of Steve and
Michelle Burgei. She plans to attend Rhodes State College for nursing.
She was active in Scholastic Bowl, National Honor Society, marching and pep bands, softball, chorus and Quiz Bowl. She was also in Scholastic Bowl and National Honor Society and
attended American Legion Auxiliary Buckeye Girls State.
Honor students include Elizabeth Burgei, Jennifer Burgei, Brickner, Horstman and Nicole
Kramer.
The class of 2016 includes: Austin Agala-Montano, Erica Brickner, Elizabeth Burgei,
Jennifer Burgei, Adam Butler, Dana Eickholt, Jared Fanning, Alex Fisher, Brooke Gable,
Madalyn Herman, Makayla Hoersten, Alena Horstman, Jasmine Jones, Carly Kortokrax, Nicole
Kramer, Isaiah Miller, Christopher Mohr, Cole Rankin, Nathaniel Ricker, Brendon Schnipke,
Bailey Seibert, Dustin Trenkamp, Rudy Wenzlick and Drew Williams.
The class flower is the blue-tipped white lily; class colors are Corvette blue and Viper silver;
the class song is Stressed Out; and the class motto is, We are going to be LEGENDARY.

Taylor Zuber, front, and Betty Vorst weed the flower beds at Vancrest to make room for
the new mulch. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)
(Continued from page 1)
When the Service Day Committee decided
on their event, they sent out request forms in
the bulletin, Lee sent out information in his
newsletter and the event was advertised on St.
Johns website.
Individuals and local businesses quickly
returned the forms and the committee organized the event. Some students were specifically selected for certain jobs, while others
were randomly placed. All seventh-graders
were sent to Waterworks and Leisure parks
while the eighth-graders were sent to Stadium
Park. The 189 high school students were
divided among the homes of individuals in
the community, the canal and its museum, the
golf course, Westside Cemetery, Delphos St.
Johns Cemetery and creek, Delphos Public

Library, Delphos St. Johns Butterfly Garden,


downtown and Vancrest Healthcare Center.
All junior high and high school teachers
were sent with each group to the homes and
businesses to help with the clean-up.
Betty Vorst, a freshman at St. Johns, was
one of the students weeding at Vancrest.
Its good to give back to the community,
Vorst said. Vancrest supports our fundraisers,
so now we can help them.
Taylor Zuber was another student lending a
hand at Vancrest.
It makes you feel like a good citizen,
she said.
Honigford and Lee said the school plans
to hold the event next year if all goes well.
Zuber and Vorst said they would be willing to
participate again if it is.

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Exchange student Valeria Farina, right, displays a flag bringing together the United States
and Italy, her home country, as EF High School Exchange Year program representative
Patty Weber looks on. Farina also presented the school board with the Education First
High School Exchange Year Global Education Award. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Contract
(Continued from page 1)
I would like to thank
Ottoville High school faculty and students for welcoming Valeria, Weber
said. Not only was she
accepted into the school,
she became an integral part
of the schools academic and extracurricular life
and involved the greater
community in the exchange
process. The community
and visiting student share
an unforgettable experience
thanks to the generosity of
the administration, teachers,
students and families.
Farina said he enjoyed her
stay in Ottoville and was able
to present the award to the
school board in person.
I have loved my time
here and I have learned so
much, she said. I will miss
you all.
For more information
about the EG High School
Exchange Year program, visit
efexchangeyear.org or call
1-800-447-4273.
The board approved the
districts 5-Year Forecast
which will be presented to the
county auditor before May
31.
Treasurer Bob Weber
reviewed the Forecast, noting the district has a carryover balance of $4,880,625
in 2016, $5,085,835 in
2017, $5,105,835 in 2017,
$4,925,525 in 2018 and
$4,607,035 in 2019; however,
the district is in deficit spending in 2018 and 2019.
Our financials look very
good and Ive made a reduction in the property tax reve-

nue line because I believe the


recent increase in the CAUV
will be reviewed for farmers
and those numbers will more
than likely go down, Weber
said. Everything else is pretty standard.
Limited staff contracts
were issued to 14 employees,
including: Dennis Mumaw,
2-year, on-line coordinator;
certified staff Jeannie Wehri,
three-year; Renee Burgei,
three-year; Julie Eickholt,
three-year; Ashley Koenig,
two-year; Jena Altenburger,
two-year; Gina Bonifas,
two-year; Donna German,
two-year; Shawn Knodell,
five-year; and Jim Hoersten,
one-year; and non-certified
staff members Traci Miller,
one-year, special education
bus driver; Crista Swint, twoyear, aide; Becky Ricker,
two-year, part-time custodian; and Jodi Hoersten, twoyear, bus driver.
The board also issued a
one-year supplemental contract to Melanie Honigford
as junior varsity volleyball
coach for the 2016 season.
High School Principal
Jon Thorbahn announced
the annual Cancer Walk did
very well and the total raised
topped $10,000. A check presentation will be made to the
American Cancer Society
on Tuesday. Teacher Pam
Hickey spearheads the effort
that was the brainchild of the
FCCLA program.
The district will continue
to use Comp Management,
Inc., for its workers compensation and unemployment
program benefits. The new
contract begins on Jan. 1,

Trivia

2017. The district has seen


a reduction in costs with the
2017 contract at $6,589 compared to the 2013 contract at
$10,104.
The board also accepted several donations. The
Ottoville Big Green Athletic
Boosters gave donations
totalling $6,300 for athletic equipment and AED
machines to be placed around
the athletic complex; Box
Tops for Education netted
the school $544; and the districts Chase Bank Ultimate
Rewards Program generated
$597.
In other business, the
board,

Approved
Trevor
Fischer, Keagen Leis, Drew
Williams, Austin Agala and
Evan Boecker as student
workers on an as-needed
basis for summer 2016. They
will operate mowers and
other school equipment and
be paid the state minimum
wage;
Approved all head coaches to use the school facilities
for sports camps or clinics
during the spring/summer
2016 with the stipulation that
all receipts and expenditures
be processed through the
Treasurers Office;
Approved membership
in the Ohio High School
Athletic Association for the
2016-17 school year; and
Approved Chris Burgei,
Rick Fischer, Kevin Landin
and Patrick Herman as van
drivers for the purpose of
towing the band trailer for
parades, contests and shows
for the 2016-17 school year.

Answers to last Wednesdays questions:


Buddy Holly was killed in a plane crash on Feb. 2, 1959. His glasses were missing until
1980 when they were uncovered in an envelope containing them and some old records at
the courthouse near the Iowa cornfield where his plane crashed. Someone had found them
in the spring of 1959, once the snow melted, and had given them to the sheriffs office,
which for some reason filed them away into obscurity. They are now on display at the
Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock, Texas.
Coco Chanel is credited with bringing the little black dress into fashion. She designed
the simple black dress that was paired with a string of pearls in a 1926 issue of Vogue and
it became an instant classic.
Todays questions:
Super Bowl rings are given to the teams that played in the big game, but they are also
given to what other people involved in the game?
How did the pound cake get its name?
Answers in next Wednesdays Herald.

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Saturday, May 21, 2016

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Van Wert Federal
Elmco
VW County Hospital
Ace Hardware
Flatlands Supply
Purmort Brothers Insurance
Pizza Hut
First Federal Bank
Redeemer Lutheran
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809 Jefferson St.

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Delphos $149,000

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1760 Shawnee Rd.

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Delphos $94,000

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725 N. Franklin St.

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Delphos $70,000

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Spencerville $66,500

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Rick Gable

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Judy Bosch

629 Davis St.

408 S. Cass St.

Delphos $64,500

Delphos $63,000

Delphos $62,500

419-230-1504

419-230-1504

419-230-1504

Rick Gable

Rick Gable

Rick Gable

720 W. First St.

315 W. 8th St.

414 Clay St.

Delphos $61,900

Delphos $60,000

Delphos $59,900

419-230-1504

419-230-1504

419-230-1504

Rick Gable

Rick Gable

Delphos $59,000

SOLD

419-230-5553

Lima $24,900
Rick Gable

419-230-1504

1004 N. Main St.

Delphos $20,000
Rick Gable

419-230-1504

The Gable Family would like to


thank everybody for the
cards, flowers, prayers and
support during this difficult time!

629 Elm St.

615 Bank St.

Delphos $47,500

Delphos $29,000

419-230-1504

419-302-2171

Rick Gable

Dick Clark

2275 N. Cable Rd.

Rick Gable

SOLD

2275 N. Cable Rd.


Lima $23,000
Rick Gable

419-230-1504

Duplexes

901-903 S Jefferson St.


Duplex $138,500
Jack Adams
419-302-2171
104 N Jefferson St.
Duplex $89,000
Rick Gable
419-230-1504

Jack Adams

Lots

St Rt 709 Van Wert 6.58 Acre lot


$76,000
Dick Clark 419-230-5553
Fifth St Ottoville .67 Acre lot
$ 44,900
Melanie Thorbahn 419-234-5493
14646 Middle Point Rd Middle Point 2 Acres
$ 40,000
Renee Knick 614-706-3952
Rd. 23-J Cloverdale 5.01 Acre lot
$ 33,000
Melanie Thorbahn 419-234-5493
Vera Ave Delphos lot
$14,900
Rick Gable Sale Pending

103 N. Main St. Delphos, OH

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

Dont Make a Move Without Us!

447 S. Pierce St.

Dont Make a Move Without Us!

Ottawa $115,900

Dick Clark

Rick Gable

419-230-5553

927 E. 3rd St.

Delphos $169,000

Jack Adams

Ft. Jennings $140,000

415 North St.

Dont Make a Move Without Us!

22252 Church Rd.

419-230-5553

Delphos $129,900

SOLD

24134 Circle Dr.

419-302-2171

Rick Gable

SALE G
IN
PEND

419-230-1504

Dick Clark

Dick Clark

SOLD

Rick Gable

419-230-1504

Delphos $204,900

311 W. 4th St.

SALE G
IN
PEND

Delphos $260,000

Lima $219,900
Jack Adams

SOLD

12538 Landeck Rd.

Rick Gable

Tasha Klinger

SOLD

SOLD

The Herald 1B

Dont Make a Move Without Us!

Dont Make a Move Without Us!

www.delphosherald.com

2B The Herald

Wednesday, May 21, 2016

Sports

www.delphosherald.com

Delphos Recreation Center Junior Bowlers

Tail Twisters 1st Place Team

Front Row - Jack Gerker, Braylon Scalf


Back Row - Avery Schulte, Dalton Place, Danny Scheeter III

Tail Twisters 2nd place Team

Front Row - Devin Murphy, Tyler Dillinger


Back Row - Tyler Shaeffer, Charles Murphy, Hunter Clawson

Prep Award Winners

Prep Most Improved Ave

Senior Award Winners

Perfect Attendance

Front Row - McKenna Scalf (High Game), Braylon Scalf (High Game)
Back Row - Samantha Knepper (High Game), Braxton Scalf (High Game)
Absent - Logan Hubert (High Series) & Madilynn Schuck (High Series)

Josh Hickman (High Ave), Holly Dellinger (High Ave),


Alena Horstman (High Series)
Absent - Brent Mahlie (High Series), Alex Theobold (High Game),
Katlynn Schleeter (High Game)

Senior Most Improved Avg.


Alena Horstman & Cole Haunhorst

Future Star

Samatha Knepper
Absent: Logan Hubert

Abby Prine & Dalton Place

Braylon Scalf, McKenna Scalf, Braxton Scalf, Dalton Place

Bowler of the Year


Minnie Miller & Josh Hickman

Saturday, May 21, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

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2016 NBA Playoffs: Golden State vs Oklahoma City (Live) HD
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Silicon Valley All the Way (16, NR) HD
Jupiter Ascending (15) Game of Thrones HD
The Departed (06, R) aaaa Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon.
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(6:30) Supremacy (04) 12 Monkeys (N) HD
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Green Eyes (76) aaac Paul Winfield.
Little People HD
Little People HD
Little People HD
Little People HD
Little People HD
The Lincoln Lawyer (11, R) aaa Matthew McConaughey. HD
The Town (10, R) aaa Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall. HD
Hotel Impossible (N) HD Bizarre Foods America Bizarre Foods HD
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CSI: Crime Scene HD
WWE Monday Night Raw HD
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Black Ink Crew HD
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Devils Advocate (97, R) aaac Keanu Reeves. HD The Negotiator (98, R) aaa Samuel L. Jackson, Kevin Spacey.
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VICE HD
Rainmaker First Look Jurassic World (15, PG-13) aaa Chris Pratt. HD
Banshee: Requiem
The Glass House (01, PG-13) Leelee Sobieski.
Insidious: Chapter 3 (15, PG-13) HD Banshee
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Fear the Walking Dead Fear the Walking Dead Preacher: Pilot (TVMA) (N) HD
(:05) River Monsters HD (:06) River Monsters HD
River Monsters (N) HD (:02) River Monsters HD Monsteriffic (TVPG) HD
Payne HD Payne HD Popoff
Danny
Baggage Claim (13, PG-13) aa Paula Patton, Derek Luke. HD
Thicker Than Water (N) Shahs of Sunset
Watch What Shahs of Sunset
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King of Hill Cleve. Show Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Family Guy Family Guy Rick/Morty Tyson (N) Whatever Venture
NASCAR: The Rise of American Speed HD
Back to Future II (89) NASCAR: The Rise of American Speed (N) HD
Parts Unknown (N)
United Shades (N) HD
United Shades HD
Parts Unknown (TVPG)
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Kevin Hart (11, R) HD
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Pineapple Express (08)
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Undercover Best Friends Liv/Maddie Stuck Mid. BUNKD
Girl World Undercover Best Friends Austin HD Jessie HD
Kardashians (N) HD
#RichKids (N) HD
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MLB Baseball: Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants (Live) HD
30 for 30
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Food Network Star HD
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(:45) The Spectacular Now (13, R) aaa Miles Teller. HD
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300: Rise of an Empire (14, R) aac
Thor Dark World (13)
300: Rise of an Empire (14, R) aac
Lakefront Lakefront Carib Life Carib Life Island Life Island Life Hunters
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Carib Life Carib Life
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
(:02) Marriage of Lies (15, NR) April Bowlby. HD
Marriage of Lies (15)
A Wifes Suspicion (16, NR) HD
Coach Carter (05, PG-13) Samuel L. Jackson.
Catfish: The TV Show
John Tucker Must Die (06, PG-13) aac
School
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Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Bar Rescue (N) HD
Life or Debt (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
Bar Rescue (TVPG) HD
The Fifth Element (97, PG-13) HD
Bourne Identity (02)
The Bourne Supremacy (04, PG-13) aaac Matt Damon.
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
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Hot Tub Time Machine (10, R) aac John Cusack.
Of Stars and Men (61) (:45) For All Mankind (89, NR) aaac (:15) Desert Nights (29)
To the Last Man (33, NR) aac
Catching the Catfisher Single Dad Seeking...
Catching the Catfisher Single Dad Seeking...
Sister Wives (N) HD
Inside the NBA (Live)
The Dunk King (N) HD
Law & Ordr
2016 NBA Playoffs: Golden State vs Oklahoma City (Live) HD
Food Paradise HD
Mega RV Countdown
Mega RV Countdown
Food Paradise HD
Food Paradise HD
Reba HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Lopez HD Lopez HD Queens
Queens
Queens
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Law & Order: SVU HD
Motive (TVPG) (N) HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
Law & Order: SVU HD
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Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Love & Hip Hop HD
Friday After Next (02) Love & Hip Hop HD
National Treasure (04, PG) Nicolas Cage, Harvey Keitel. HD
Devils Advocate (97, R) aaac HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Game of Thrones (N)
Silicon Valley Veep (N)
Oliver (N) Game of Thrones HD
Veep HD
All the Way (16) HD
Unbroken (14, PG-13) aaa Jack OConnell. HD
Kill the Messenger (14)
(:05) Taken 3 (15, PG-13) aac Liam Neeson. HD
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The Hurt Locker (09, R) Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie. HD
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(6:00) Lean on Me (89) Stay Woke (16, NR)
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Chopped (TV G) HD
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Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Beat Bobby Chopped (TV G) HD
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The Wolverine (13, PG-13) aaac Hugh Jackman. Archer (N) Archer HD Archer HD The Wolverine (13, PG-13) aaac
Masters of Flip HD
Flip or Flop Flip or Flop
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Mountain Men (N) HD
Join or Die Join or Die Alone: A Deeper Cut
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Alone: Adrift (N) HD
Madea Goes to Jail (09, PG-13) Tyler Perry. HD
(:02) Showing Roots (16, NR) Maggie Grace. HD
Madea Goes to Jail HD
Catfish: The TV Show
Catfish: The TV Show
Real World: Go Big (N) Real World: Go Big (N) Teen Mom 2 HD
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Full House Full House Fun Size (12, PG-13) aa Victoria Justice.
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Rush Hour (98) aaa HD Lip Sync
Elm Street 4 (88, R) HD
(7:00) Blade (98, R) Wesley Snipes.
Blade: Trinity (04, R) aac Wesley Snipes, Jessica Biel.
Sam. Bee Conan HD
2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Big Bang Big Bang 2 Broke Girls 2 Broke Girls Conan (TV14) (N) HD
Boxcar Bertha (72, R) aac Barbara Hershey.
Sisters (73, R) aaa
The Abominable Dr. Phibes (71, PG-13) aac
Extreme Weight Loss: Mehrbod (TVPG) HD
Extreme Weight Loss
My 600-lb Life HD
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2016 NBA Playoffs: Oklahoma City vs Golden State (Live) HD
Inside the NBA (Live)
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Mysteries (TVPG) HD
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Loves Ray. Lopez HD Lopez HD Queens
Queens
Queens
Queens
Loves Ray. Loves Raymond HD
Friday (95, R) aaa Ice Cube, Chris Tucker.
Law & Order: SVU HD
WWE SmackDown (Live) HD
The 40-Year-Old Virgin (05, R) aaa Steve Carell. HD
8 Mile (02, R) aaa Eminem, Kim Basinger. HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
Elementary (TV14) HD
How I Met How I Met How I Met Prks & Rec
Elementary (TV14) HD
Veep HD
Silicon Valley (:15) Real Sports HD
Game of Thrones HD
All the Way (16, NR) Bryan Cranston. HD
American Sniper (15, R) Bradley Cooper. HD
Barb Wire (96, R) a HD
Wild (14, R) Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern. HD
Penny Dreadful HD
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Simpsons Simpsons Rosewood (TV14) HD
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The First 48 (TV14) HD
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A&E
Revolutions (03) aaa HD
The Matrix (99, R) HD The Matrix Reloaded (03, R) aaa Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne. HD
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Urban Predator (N) HD (:02) River Monsters HD (:18) Urban Predator HD (:18) River Monsters HD
Killer Swarms (N) HD
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Wendy Williams HD
BET Awards 2015 (TVPG) HD
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Coyote Ugly (00, PG-13) aac Piper Perabo.
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New York City Social
Housewives (TV14)
BRAVO
King of Hill Bobs Brgrs Bobs Brgrs Cleve. Show Am. Dad
Rick/Morty Family Guy Family Guy Hospital
Squidbillies
CARTOON
Dude HD
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Reba HD
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My Cousin Vinny (92, R) aaa Joe Pesci, Marisa Tomei. HD
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The Seventies HD
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Anderson Cooper 360 Blackfish (13, PG-13) aaac Kim Ashdown.
CNN
South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park South Park Forgetting Sarah Marshall (08, R) Jason Segel.
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Alaskan Bush People
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High School Musical 2 (07, NR) ac Zac Efron. HD The Cheetah Girls 2 (06, NR) aa HD Zenon: The Zequel (01, NR) aa HD
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Kardashians (TV14) HD E! News HD
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NBA Count 2016 NBA Playoffs: Eastern Finals: Cleveland vs Toronto
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30 for 30 HD
(7:00) NCAA Softball
NCAA Softball: Super Regionals: Site 4" (Live)
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Diners (N) Diners HD Diners HD Diners HD Diners, Drive-Ins HD
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The 700 Club (TV G)
Smart House (99) HD
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The Core (03, PG-13) Aaron Eckhart. HD Local
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Hulk (03)
Alice in Wonderland (10, PG) Johnny Depp. HD Tanked
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Nutty Professor II: The Klumps
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I Am Legend (07, PG-13) aaa Will Smith. HD
Batman Begins (05) HD
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Dr. Jeff: Extra Dose (N) My Cat from Hell HD
(:06) Dr. Jeff: Rocky HD
My Cat from Hell (N) HD Dr. Jeff: Rocky (N) HD
Chasing Destiny: Black Girl HD
Payne HD Payne HD House of Payne HD
Jumping the Broom (11, PG-13) HD
(:26) The Devil Wears Prada (06)
Sex and the City (08)
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Cops HD
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Legally Blonde (01, PG-13) Reese Witherspoon.
CMT Crossroads (N)
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United Shades HD
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People Pleaser HD
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River Monsters HD
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2016 NCAA Softball Championship: Regionals
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Kids Baking (TV G) HD
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The Blind Side (09, PG-13) aaac HD The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (13, PG-13) aaac Jennifer Lawrence. HD
Despicable Me 2 (13, PG) aaac Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig.
Despicable Me 2 (13, PG) aaac Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig.
We Bought We Bought Property Brothers HD
Property Brothers HD Property Brothers HD House Hunters (N) HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
American Pickers HD
I Am Watching You (16, NR) Madeline Zima. HD
Marriage of Lies (15)
Marriage of Lies (15, NR) April Bowlby. HD
Jackass 3.5 (11, R) aaa Johnny Knoxville. HD
(6:00) xXx (02, PG-13)
Jackass 3D (10, R) aaa Johnny Knoxville. HD
Henry
Thunderman Full House Full House Friends
Friends
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Game Shakers (N)
Cops HD
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Cops HD
The Expendables (10, R) Sylvester Stallone. HD
Cops HD
Dead 7 (16, NR) a Nick Carter, Joey Fatone. HD
Isle of the Dead (16)
Warm Bodies (13, PG-13) aaa Nicholas Hoult.
Big Bang
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Big Bang
Big Bang
Sam. Bee Detour HD Role Models (08) aaa
Cover-Up (49, NR) William Bendix.
Pitfall (48, NR) aaa Dick Powell. HD
Double Indemnity (44, NR) Fred MacMurray. HD
Ghost Brothers HD
Dateline on TLC HD
Dateline on TLC (N) HD Dateline on TLC (N) HD Ghost Brothers HD
Wanted (08, R) aaa James McAvoy. HD
Bad Boys II (03, R) aaa Martin Lawrence, Will Smith. HD
Ghost Adventures HD
The Dead Files (N) HD
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Ghost Adventures HD
Ghost Adventures HD
Reba HD
Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Lopez HD Lopez HD Queens
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Queens
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NCIS: Engaged (P.2)
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Mod Family Mod Family Mod Family Mod Family
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Friday After Next (02, R) aa Ice Cube. HD
Jacksons (TVPG)
Next Friday (00, R) aac Ice Cube, Mike Epps. HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Rules HD
Rules HD
Prks & Rec Prks & Rec
Blue Bloods (TV14) HD
Lucy (14, R) Scarlett Johansson. HD
Game of Thrones: Book of the HD
All the Way (16, NR) Bryan Cranston. HD
American Sniper (15, R) Bradley Cooper. HD
Banshee: Requiem
A Million Ways (14) HD Banshee: Requiem
Showtime Championship Boxing: Lara vs. Martirosyan (Live) HD
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Saturday, May 21, 2016

At the movies....
Van Wert Cinemas
10709 Lincoln Hwy.,
Van Wert
The Angry Birds Movie (PG) Sat.
1:00/5:00/9:00; Sun.: 2:00/6:00; Mon. and
Wed.: 5:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 7:00
The Angry Birds Movie 3D (PG) Sat.:
3:00/7:00; Sun.: 4:00/8:00; Mon. and Wed.:
7:00; Tues. and Thurs.: 5:00
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R)
Sat.:
1:00/3:00/5:00/7:00/9:00;
Sun.:
2:00/4:00/6:00/8:00; Mon.-Thurs.: 5:00/7:00
Mothers Day (PG-13) Sat.: 6:00/8:30; Sun.:
7:00; Mon. -Thurs.: 5:00/7:30
The Jungle Book 3D (PG) Sat.: 1:00/5:30;
Sun.: 2:00/7:00; Mon. and Wed.: 5:00; Tues.
and Thurs.: 7:15
The Jungle Book (PG) Sat.: 3:15/8:00; Sun.:
4:30; Mon. and Wed.: 7:15; Tues. and Thurs.:
5:00
Zootopia (PG) Sat.: 1:00/3:30; Sun.:
2:00/4:30
Van-Del Drive In
19986 Lincoln Hwy, Middle Point
Friday and Saturday
Screen 1
The Angry Birds Movie (PG)
Miracles From Heaven (PG)
Screen 2
Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)
The Jungle Book (PG)
Screen 3

"Send Money"

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R)


My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (PG-13)

American Mall Stadium 12


2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (R) 11:10/11:4
0/1:35/2:10/4:10/4:40/6:50/7:40/9:45/10:15
The Angry Birds Movie 3D (PG) 1:40/7:10
The Angry Birds Movie (PG) 11:15/4:25/9:35
The Nice Guys (R) 11:45/3:45/7:20/10:05
Money Monster (R) 11:20/2:05/4:50/
7:30/10:10
The
Darkness
(PG-13)
11:05/1:40/4:15/7:15/9:40
Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)
11:00/11:30/3:05/6:20/6:40/9:50
Captain America: Civil War 3D (PG-13)
11:50/2:20/3:35/7:00/9:30/10:10
Keanu (R) 7:35/9:55
Mothers Day (PG-13) 11:55/3:30
Ratchet & Clank (PG) 11:25/2:15/4:55
Green Room (R) 7:25/9:45
The
Jungle
Book
(PG)
11:10/1:45/4:20/6:50/9:25
Shannon Theatre, Bluffton
Through May 26
Captain America: Civil War (PG-13) 2D
shows are at 7 p.m. every evening with 1:30
p.m. Saturday and Sunday matinees. 3D shows
are at 9:30 p.m. every evening with 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday matinees.

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17 Out-of-focus
picture
18 "___ your pardon"
19 Actress Zellweger
20 March Madness
failure
23 Intense rage
24 Certain
intersection
25 John ___ Passos
26 Close relative
28 Elon Musk's
company
30 Cows and sows
32 Jemima, e.g.
33 Fingers
35 ABA mem.
36 Physical location
37 Eschewed
tradition
42 Gutter holder
43 "___ had It"
44 Bit of binary code
45 Genesis garden
46 Bud holder
48 Begin
52 Knight's title
53 Perfect rating
54 Formerly
56 Domingo, for one
57 Diner food
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62 Obscure
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65 "If only ___
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66 In ___ of

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22 Sam's Club rival
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29 Equate
31 Abominates
32 Black ink item
34 Nervous
excitement
37 Honey makers
38 Big name in hotels
39 Like tennis serves
40 Tennis star Ana
41 Indy racer Al
47 Salad leaf

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50 Water cannon
target
51 Begin
53 Deuce beaters
55 Caught congers
58 Arch molding
59 Start again
60 Waveless
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