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The Delphos Herald


A DHI

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Cancer Walk raises $10,000

Partly cloudy Morning


skies in the
showers and
morning will t-storms.
Media
give
wayPublication
to
Highs serving
in the
cloudy skies mid 80s and
during the
lows in the
afternoon. A upper 60s.
stray t-storm
is possible.
High 84F.
Winds S at
10 to 15
mph.

Afternoon t- Scattered t- Partly


storms.
storms
cloudy,
Highs in the possible.
chance
Delphos
& Area
Communities
mid 80s and
Highs
in the t-storm
lows in the
mid 80s and Highs in
upper 60s.
lows in the
mid 80
mid 60s.
lows in
mid 60

Sunrise: 6:11

Sunrise: 6:10

Sunrise: 6:10
AM

Sunset: 8:57
PM

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PM

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in 1869 AM

Sunrise: 6:09
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Sunset: 9:00
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Delphos man
faces extradition
for W.Va. shooting

Sunset:
PM

2016 AMG | Parade

DHI Media
Staff Reports

a suspect in the
shooting death
of a former
DELPHOS
coal company
Authorities
CEO Bennett
in West Virginia
K. Hatfield, 59,
are awaiting the
in Mountain
extradition of a
View Memory
Delphos man
Gardens, a cemArriaga
currently being
etery in southheld on a homiern West Virginias
cide warrant at the Allen Mingo County.
County Jail.
See MAN, page 11
Anthony Arriaga, 20, is

Ottoville Senior FCCLA members present a check for $10,253 to Jamie Orozco, Community Manager, Relay
For Life East Central Division | American Cancer Society, Inc. Ottoville Local Schools raised $10,253.28 for the
American Cancer Societys Relay for Life during its annual Cancer Walk. The money will be split between the
Delphos Relay for Life and the Putnam County Relay for Life. This was the highest amount raised in one year.
Over the last 11 years, Ottoville Schools has raised more than $70,000 for this cause. (Submitted photo)

St. Johns Elementary students played four square as


part of the WE Step Up Day hosted by the sixth-graders to raise money for Family Promise. (DHI Media/
Kristi Fish)

St. Johns
sixth-graders
step up to help

Ottoville High School graduates 24


Ottoville High School graduates enjoy a slide presentation of the their high school careers during commencement ceremonies on Sunday. Twenty-four received diplomas. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS St. Johns sixth-grade students held
an afternoon of games on Tuesday for the elementary
students. The goal was to raise money and donate items
for Family Promise, an organization that helps homeless
families in the area.
See STEP, page 12

Jefferson to hand out 83 diplomas Saturday morning


Information submitted
DELPHOS Delphos
Jefferson High Schools 141st
Commencement will begin at 9
a.m. Saturday in the Jefferson
Middle School Auditorium.
There are 83 members in the
Class of 2016.
The commencement speaker will be Mark Fuerst.
Roger Arroyo will deliver the Invocation and the
Benediction. Claire Thompson
and Trey Smith will address
the assembly on behalf of the
class. The Student Prayer will
be delivered by Jessica Pimpas.
Commencement
music
will be provided by the
Commencement Band, under
the direction of David Stearns;
and by the senior members of
the Vocal Music Department,
under the direction of Tammy

Marks

Wirth.
The Award of Distinction
will be presented to the following students: Emily Marks,

Rode
Adam Rode, Trey Smith and
Claire Thompson.
Marks is the daughter of
Phil and Joyce Marks. Her

Smith
high school activities include
National
Honor
Society
and Student Council. She
will attend The Ohio State

Thompson
University, majoring in political science.
See DIPLOMAS, page 12

Classifieds 10-11 | Entertainment 9 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Next Generation 5 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-8 | Weather 2
Delphos Project Recycle will be held from
9-11 a.m. Saturday at Pacific Pride Fuel and
Wash behind Double AA Trailer on East Fifth
St., Delphos.
All containers must be clean, especially peanut butter jars and milk jugs. Clean plastic and
glass can be co-mingled. Compress plastic containers. No need to remove paper labels.
Items that need separated are: tin cans, alumi-

num, magazines and cardboard. Magazines can


be boxed separately from newspaper. It it comes
delivered in the newspaper, it can stay with the
newspaper.
Plastic grocery bags are to be in a separate bag.
No Styrofoam, salt or animal food bags,
soiled pizza boxes, plastic wrapping, flat window
or ornamental glass, TV screens or computer
monitors.

Middle Point Co-Ed Sand


Volleyball League is now accepting teams. The cost to play is $90.
Basic Power rules apply.
To sign up please call or text
Kylie Owens at 419-953-1373 or
email at kyowens13@gmail.com.
The league will start June 8;
registration deadline is June 1.

DHI MEDIA
2015 Published in Delphos, Ohio

Volume 145, No. xxx

For The Record

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

The Delphos
Herald
Nancy Spencer, editor
Ray Geary,
Chief Operating Officer
Delphos Herald, Inc.
David Thornberry,
Group Publisher
Lori Goodwin Silette,
circulation manager

American flags fly over veterans graves at Walnut Grove


Cemetery. (DHi Media/nancy spencer)

VFW, Legion plan


Memorial Day program Edelbrock sentencing continued again

Former accountant Jennfier edelbrock signs paperwork with her attorney, John
Grzybowski by her side. (DHi Media file photo)

DHi Media staff reports

DELPHOS

The
Walterick-Hemme Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 3035 and
American Legion Post 268 will
offer the annual Memorial Day
Program beginning at 11 a.m.
Monday.
A parade will stop off at
10:45 a.m. from the Delphos
Fire and Rescue building west
to Main Street and then north
on Main Street to the Veterans
Memorial Park at Fifth and
Main streets.
Guest speaker for the event
is Retired Air Force Lt. Colonel
and current Veterans of Foreign
Wars Department of Ohio State
Surgeon Dan Faulkner.
Faulkner joined the VFW
in 1991 after returning from
Operation Desert Shield and
Operation Desert Storm, and
became a life member in 1996.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force from 1977 to 2003, retiring as a lieutenant colonel.
During his career, he served

a variety of assignments that


include combat aircrew in the
E-3A AWACS, and EF-111A,
base operations, acquisition,
logistics, intelligence and command and staff.
Upon retirement from active
duty, Faulkner continued his
government service beginning
as a division chief in Air Force
Material Command.
The Rev. Ronald Lumm will
give the invocation and benediction and Dave Roach will act
as emcee.
Jefferson High School Band
will offer the National Anthem
and another musical selection
during the program.
John Grothouse of the
Delphos Veterans Council will
also have a special announcement at the close of the program.
In case of rain, the program
will be held at the American
Legion Post on State Street.
An open house and luncheon
will follow the program at the
Legion.

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LIMA For the second time this
month, sentencing in the State vs. Jennifer
Edelbrock was continued as the Ohio Bureau
of Criminal Investigation and Identification
continues to pour through reams of documents seized in May 2015.
Following a failed effort on March 17
to have charges against her dismissed in
Allen County Common Pleas Court citing a violation of her right to a speedy trial
Edelbrock plead guilty to grand theft,
a fourth degree felony, on May 21. The
charge stemmed from the misappropriation
of $19,990.37 from Bowersock Brothers
VFW Post 6772, Spencerville.
In announcing the continuance, Allen
County Prosecutor Juergen Waldick
explained that forensic accountants with
BCI&I are meticulously examining six
or seven years worth of records obtained
during a raid of Edelbrocks Delphos office
last year. Ostensibly, the State is working to
establish a pattern of alleged criminal activity and thereby prosecute the charges together
as a group, rather than individually.
When pressed for further information, a
reticent Waldick stated, The investigation
continues.
This is the second charge to which
Edelbrock has entered a guilty plea. On Aug.
25, Edelbrock appeared before Judge Randall
Basinger in Putnam County Common Pleas
Court and acknowledged a plea agreement
negotiated with Putnam County Prosecutor
Gary Lammers. At that time, Edelbrock formally plead guilty to the misappropriation
of $17,250 from the Kalida Band Boosters.
In that case, with the understanding that
Edelbrock had made full restitution to the
organization from which the money was stolen, Basinger sentenced the former accountant

to 40 days in the county jail and three years of


supervision.
In addition to the criminal charges to
which she has already pled, as well as any
forthcoming charges stemming from BCI&Is
investigation, Edelbrock also faces a civil
complaint. Although no criminal charge has
yet been filed in the case, Edelbrock was
named as the principal defendant in a civil
suit filed in Allen County Common Pleas
Court on June 8, 2015. Toledo attorney
James L. Schuller filed the suit on behalf of
James Niedecken and Niedecken Insurance
Agency (NIA), Ottoville.
The complaint alleges in part that
Edelbrock, NIAs former accountant, was
responsible for making payments into IRA
accounts on behalf of Niedecken and NIAs
employees. The complaint further alleges
that, From 2007 through early 2015,
Edelbrock continued to receive payments
from NIA or the IRA plans, but instead of
making the required payments to American
Funds converted the funds to her own use
and falsified the accounting records provided
to NIA. As a consequence, the suit seeks
reparations for the loss of principal contributions, the loss of capital gains and recaptured
tax liability and penalties for contributions
to tax deferred plans that were never made.
For this aspect of the claim, the total exceeds
$300,000.
The claim additionally asserts that
Edelbrock deliberately defrauded the company by overstating the amount of payroll
withholding taxes owed by NIA. Edelbrock
is accused in the suit of receiving payment
for the taxes and then converting the overcharged amount $41,192 for her own
personal benefit.
Citing negligence, breach of contract and
fraud, the suit seeks not only economic
damages of $350,000, but an additional $1
million in punitive damages.

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BIRTHS
A girl, Kourtney Abigail,
was born May 17 at Good
Samaritan Hospital to
Kevin and Katie Siefker
of Cincinnati.
She joins her big sister,
Korinne, at home.
Grandparents
are
Gene and Janet Siefker
of Delphos and Jim
and Cheryl Kircher of
Cincinnati.
Great-grandparents are
Velma Wehri of Delphos
and the late Gilbert Wehri
and Winnie Siefker of
Lima and the late Carl
Siefker.
st. ritAs
A boy was born May
20 to Andrea and Seth
Monfort of Spencerville.
A girl was born May 23
to Erica and Justin Duling
of Delphos.
A girl was born May
23 to Jamie and Jeremy
Tenwalde of Fort Jennings.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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FJ Lions donate to K9 unit

Jefferson High School students Brenen Auer, Elie Edie and


Aaron Stant rake and bag grass clippings at the Delphos
Municipal Swimming Pool Tuesday afternoon. The pool
opens on Saturday. (Submitted photo)

Pool passes on sale now


Information submitted

not received. Any applications


received by mail will be processed and can be picked up at
the pool.
To purchase a family pass,
you must bring or attach a copy
of your 2015 federal income tax
form to show proof of dependents. Checks are to be made
payable to City of Delphos.
The tentative date for the
season opening will be Saturday
(Memorial Day weekend). The
pool will reopen for the season
June 3 through Aug. 21.
Pool hours will be from
noon to 8 p.m. Monday through
Friday and noon to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, weather
permitting.
The opening will be dependent on air temperature (>70
degrees), water temperature
(>67 degrees) and weather conditions. The pool hours may be
changed at any time by authority of the Board of Control.
General Admission $5 adults
$3 student k-12
Free age 5 and under
Reissued passes: $5
Evening Swim (6 p.m. to
close) $2
There are no refunds/rain
passes.
Little Swimmers are
required for children who are
not toilet trained.

The Fort Jennings Lions recently made a donation to the Putnam County Sheriffs Office K9 Unit project. Participating
DELPHOS All season
in the $1,000 check presentation are, from left, Deputy Brian Siefker, Sheriff Tim Meyer, Lions Club President Zach swimming pool tickets will be
Liebrecht and Lions Club Secretary Greg Brown. (Submitted)
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.
BY STEVEN COBURN-GRIFFIS
Pre-sale prices will be
Sentinel Editor
effective through Friday.
sgriffis@putnamsentinel.com
Applications must be received
by 3 p.m. on Friday to qualify
OTTOVILLE After over a full year of stalled negotiafor the pre-sale prices.
tions, the Ottoville Village Council on Monday brokered an
Presale prices are:
agreement on the roadway commonly referred to as Daycare
Single
$60
Alley.
Family
$170
Having fallen into disrepair, the alley became a concern
Over 55
$50
for Kyle and Heidi Miller, owners of the Small World Child
Regular Prices effective
Development Center.
May 28:
It looks bad for the town and this looks bad for us, too,
Single
$80
Heidi Miller said.
Family
$190
The villages policy on repair to such areas is to split the
Over 55
$70
cost in this case, an estimated $4,400 with residents
Applications can be obtained
whose properties abut the alley, in this case the Millers and
at the Municipal Building or
Eileen Kehres. However, Kehres has maintained the position
on the citys website at citythat the alley receives the most use by the Millers and is
ofdelphos.com. Applications
can be mailed in but have to
unwilling to spend the $1,100 her half of the split to
be received no later than May
effect repairs.
27 in order to get the pre-sale
After briefly considering and discussing a vacation of the
rates. The city is not responsialley an eventuality that neither the Millers nor council
found appetizing council proposed what Kehres considered The Catholic Ladies of Columbia Council of Landeck ble for any applications that are
donated a $100 gas card to the Delphos Senior Citizens.
a more equitable split.
In introducing the proposal, Mayor Ron Miller said, If CLC member Sue Radabaugh, left, gives the card to Senior
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there were two residents there, I dont think either one would Center Director Alice Curth. (Submitted photo)
use it that heavy. This is a tough situation.
Councilor Joe Moreno, who has maintained communication
with both parties throughout, suggested that Kehres would
accept a 65/35 split, with the Millers assuming the lions share
of the cost.
With assurances that Kehres would accept the deal and that
the village would effect repairs sooner rather than later, the
Millers agreed to assume a $1,430 share of the repairs.
Representing the Ottoville Chamber of Commerce, Adam
Schnipke approached council with a proposal to add more
street lights in the village. Schnipke informed council that the
chamber is willing to purchase 12 aluminum streetlights for
placement along Main Street out to the Main Street Market.
Hand Held
For their part, the village would have to provide the monies
Heated Seat
necessary for their installation.
Shower
Council advised Schnipke that some research into the cost
Aromatherapy
of installation is required and offered to extend their response
by September of this year.
In other business, council:
was informed by Miller that the Bendele storm project is
26 Massage Jets
nearly complete. Weather permitting, this week should see the
finish to all but the final touches.
hired Chad Bryan as a full-time street maintenance worker.
hired Zach Weber as a part-time street maintenance worker.
GOOD INTENTIONS CAN HURT
CALL NOW!
The next regular meeting of the Ottoville Village council is
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Local/State
CALENDAR OF
EVENTS

TODAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam
County Museum is open,
202 E. Main St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St.,
is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite
at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club
meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. Shepherds of
Christ Associates meet in
the St. Johns Chapel.
7 p.m. Bingo at St.
Johns Little Theatre.
THURSDAY
9-11 a.m. The
Delphos Canal Commission
Museum, 241 N. Main St.,
is open.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St.,
is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite
at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
3-7 p.m. The Interfaith
Thrift Store is open for
shopping.
FRIDAY
7:30 a.m. Delphos
Optimist Club, A&W DriveIn, 924 E. Fifth St.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St.,
is open.
11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Interfaith Thrift Store is
open for shopping.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite
at Delphos Senior Citizen
Center, 301 Suthoff St.
SATURDAY
9-11 a.m. Delphos
Project Recycle at Delphos
Fuel and Wash.
9 a.m.-noon Interfaith
Thrift Store is open for
shopping.
St.
Vincent
dePaul
Society, located at the east
edge of the St. Johns High
School parking lot, is open.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
Delphos Museum of Postal
History, 339 N. Main St.,
is open.
12:15 p.m. Testing of
warning sirens by Delphos
Fire and Rescue.
1-3 p.m. The Delphos
Canal Commission Museum,
241 N. Main St., is open.
7 p.m. Bingo at St.
Johns Little Theatre.

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a.m. to 3 p.m. daily June 14-15 at YMCA Camp
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The camp is for children and youth (ages

The Humane Society of Allen County has many pets


The following free pets are in need of a new loving
waiting for adoption. Each comes with a spay or neuter, first home through the Animal Protective League:
shots and a heartworm test. Call 419-991-1775.
CATS/KITTENS:
1 young female with four kittens born on April 18 mother is very loving and protective of her babies - was
found six weeks ago but owner couldnt be located: the
lady that has them cannot keep any of them. The mother
has been given the name Girlfriend
1 year old female name Elsa: owner left area: not good
with dogs
1 10-year old female: declawed and fixed: has never
been around other pets - owner left area.
We currently have no dogs or puppies to list.
For more information, please call Bobbie weekdays at
419-238-5447.
If you would like to volunteer to list the animals in the
media and receive the calls at your home: wish to make a
Viper is young and playful. donation or have any other correspondence: our mailing
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Ashbee is a young female up quickly and likes to be address is The APL, PO BOX 321, Van Wert OH 45891.
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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Next Generation
Kindergarten class receives letter from president
Its not every day that
kindergarten students
get mail and its especially rare when that
mail comes from The
White House. students
in Karee Hodges class
had been learning
about Presidents Day
in Social Studies this
past February. As an
extension of the lesson,
they wrote a class letter to the president on
chart paper and sent
it off. They received a
response letter, a photo
of the president and his
dogs and information
about The White House.
(Submitted photo)

4-H Club selling


dinner tickets
Information submitted

VENEDOCIA The Venedocia Lads and Lassies held their


last meeting on May 12, 2016.
The 4H group discussed possible projects to work on such as
bottle cap collection to have another bench made, fleece blanket
donations or making a sign for the Van Wert County Fairgrounds.
The group is currently selling Chicken Barbecue tickets for $9/
meal (Dine in or Drive Thru dinners) for the meals served from
3:30-7 p.m. June 14 at the Van Wert County Fairgrounds
The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on June 9.

ONU names deans list


for the Spring 2016
Information submitted
ADA Ohio Northern
University has announced the
deans list for the Spring 2016
Semester:
Delphos
Julia Dickman
Ashley Hoehn
Timothy Hoersten

Math-a-thon adds up for St. Judes


On May 10, St. Johns Elementary School students enjoyed a jean day for the efforts they put into this years Matha-thon program. The top fundraisers for the entire school received special prizes ranging from a gumball machine to
gym bags. All of the students pictured raised $250 for St. Judes Childrens Hospital, except for Rory Youngpeter, who
raised the most money in the school with a grand total of $350. The top five fundraisers in this years Math-a-thon are,
front from left, Landen Moenter, Evelyn Vonderwell, Eddie Kessen and Madelyn Vonderwell; and back, Alexandra
Kessen, Lillyan Vonderwell and Rory Youngpeter. (Submitted photo)

BGSU spring 2016


deans list announced
Information submitted
BOWLING GREEN
Bowling Green State University
has announced the undergraduate
students who have been named
to the spring semester deans list
for achieving grade point averages of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale.
To be chosen for the deans
list, undergraduate students
must carry no fewer than 12
letter-graded credit hours per
semester.
Area students on the list
include:
Cloverdale
Kendra Koester
Danae Webken
Nicole Vorst
Jenna Warnecke
Tyler Karhoff
Delphos
Ally Mohler
Alex Clark
Troy Warnecke
Alex Wehri
Erica Saine
Taylor Sheeter

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Kerri Grothaus
Luke Maclennan
Anthony Wiechart
Caleb Smith
Katrina Etzkorn
Heather Pohlman
Fort Jennings
Rachel Turnwald
Gina Clay
Emily Baldauf
Rachael Baldauf
Rachel Miller
Troy Hellman
Weston Buettner
William Buettner
Gomer
Mark Thomas
Ottoville
Megan Bendele
Abby Siefker
Spencerville
Brett Schwinnen
Keith Lenhart
Cierra Adams
Cortney Miller
Megan Miller
Venedocia
Adam Nolan

Kurt Wollenhaupt
Seth Wollenhaupt
Elida
Alex Odenweller
Ottoville
Shayla Siefker
The deans list includes
students who attain a grade
point average of 3.5 or better
on a 4.0 grading system.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Greens flailings
for all to see!
I assume most of
Jim Metcalfe
my readers have seen
the flailing legs
of Golden States
Draymond Green
against Oklahoma
Citys Steven Adams
in Sundays Game
3 of the Western
Conference finals.
He wont be suspended a game, which a lot of pundits I have read or heard
felt was appropriate punishment for kicking someone in the
family jewels.
The NBA, in its wisdom, decided that he wont be suspended but the foul was upgraded to a flagrant 2, meaning one
more flagrant 1 means a one-game suspension.
I dont know what they decided to only do this and fine
him $25,000 (big deal! thats walking-around money for him!)
but if they bought some of his explanations for this, then
I think Adam Silver is drinking the Kool-Aid.
Reasons such as he cant control his legs flailing but he
can control his arms; flailing in trying to get a call is commonplace and he didnt mean to cause pain to Mr. Adams.
Really?
I guess Mr. Adams has no right to feel pain because Mr.
Green didnt mean to do it!
I understand that flailing has become part of the game
Reggie Miller made it an art form kicking his legs out shooting
3s and drawing fouls and anyone that watches high level soccer
can see what that has become but my question is why.
Are NBA referees so incompetent that they cant realize
when a guy kicks his leg out and causes contact, the foul
should be on HIM?
I just wonder what Green might opine should that happen to
him? Think hes buy the other guys explanation?
I have a cheap bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.
======
You know what else puzzles me?
How much a change in venue can make a different in how
a team plays.
I understand all about home-court advantage in the NBA,
for example, and how teams tend to play better at home in
friendly confines.
But the way the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors
series has switched on a dime?
See MUSINGS, page 7

Sports

Metcalfes
Musings

Regional Track and


Field Assignments
OHSAA Division III Troy
Reg. Championships
Local Athletes (standing
on time/distance going into
meet)

Region 12 Track and Field


Tournament
Troy High School
WEDNESDAYS FINALS
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
Section 1 Timed Finals
13-2B. Lincolnview (Rylee Byrne
9, Brayden Langdon 9, Madeline
Snyder 9, Anna Gorman 12) 10:00.33
(10th in event).
Boys 4x800 Meter Relay
Section 1 Timed Finals
8-1A Lincolnview (Austin Elick
11, Karter Tow 9, Colton Snyder
12, Trevor Neate 12) 8:27.2 (3rd in
event); 15-8B. Ft. Jennings (Dylan
Wiechart 11, Drew Grone 12, Ian
Finn 10, Kyle Maag 11) 8:29.36 (5th
in event).
Boys Discus
Flight 1 Finals
7. Evan Pugh 12 Spencerville
137-0 (5th in flight; 6th in event).
Boys Pole Vault
Flight 1 Finals
5. Gage Bellows 10 Spencerville
11-0 (tied for 11th in event with 2
others); 16. Dylan Hicks 12 Del.
Jefferson 12-7 (7th in event).
Boys Long Jump
Flight 2 Finals
5. Caden May 10 Parkway
20-5.25 (6th in flight; 7th in event).
Girls High Jump
Flight 1 Finals
2. Clista Hellwarth 11 Parkway
5-0 (tied for 4th in event with 4 others); 8. Brooke Mangas 11 Ottoville
5-8 (1st in event).
W E D N E S D A Y S
PRELIMINARIES
8 Advance: Top 2 Each Heat plus
Next 4 Best Times
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33
Heat 1 Prelims
2. Alicia Honigford 11 Ottoville
15.70 (2nd in heat; 3rd in event).
Heat 2 Prelims
6. Clista Hellwarth 11 Parkway
15.55 (1st in heat; 2nd in event).
Boys 110 Meter Hurdles 39
Heat 1 Prelims
4. Hunter Blankemeyer 12
Lincolnview 14.36 (1st in heat; 1st
in event).
Girls 100 Meter Dash
Heat 1 Prelims
3. Clista Hellwarth 11 Parkway
13.06 (5th in heat; 10th in event).
Heat 2 Prelims
5. Sydney Crouch 10 Parkway
12.79 (3rd in heat; 4th in event).
Boys 100 Meter Dash
Heat 1 Prelims
3. Calvin Wilson 11 Spencerville
11.26 (tied for 3rd in heat; tied for
6th in event).
Heat 2 Prelims
1. Sage Schaffner 12 Con.
Crestview 11.62 (8th in heat; 16th
in event); 5. Isaiah Kline 12 Con.
Crestview 11.21 (3rd in heat; 5th in
event).
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
2. Del. Jefferson (Adam Rode
12, Josh Teman 12, Wyatt Place 11,
Drew Reiss 11) 1:33.28 (2nd in heat;
4th in event).
Heat 2 Prelims
4. Spencerville (Gary Schrolucke
11, Zach Goecke 12, Chris Picker
10, Calvin Wilson 11) 1:32.55 (1st in
heat; 2nd in event)

Girls 4x100 Meter Relay


Heat 2 Prelims
2 Del. Jefferson (Taylor Stroh
12, Mikayla Bennett 10, Kendall
Marquiss 10, Brooke Gallmeier 12)
53.58 (6th in heat; 11th in event).
Boys 4x100 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
6. Del. St. Johns (James Buettner
12, Ike Musser 10, Deven Haggard
11, Jordan Mohler 12) 44.91 (3rd in
heat; 6th in event).
Heat 2 Prelims
2. Spencerville (Gary Schrolucke
11, Zach Goecke 12, Chris Picker 10,
Calvin Wilson 11) 45.21 (4th in heat;
7th in event) 5. Del. Jefferson
(Josh Teman 12, Adam Rode 12,
Drew Reiss 11, Kole McKee 9) 44.71
(3rd in heat; 5th in event).
Girls 400 Meter Dash
Heat 2 Prelims
2. Lindsay Schweller 10 Ottoville
61.57 (4th in heat; 9th in event).
Boys 400 Meter Dash
Heat 2 Prelims
5. Drew Grone 12 Ft. Jennings
52.27 (2nd in heat; 3rd in event); 6.
Isaiah Kline 12 Con. Crestview 52.29
(3rd in heat; 4th in event).
Boys 300 Meter Hurdles 36
Heat 1 Prelims
4. Hunter Blankemeyer 12
Lincolnview 40.53 (1st in heat/event);
6. Mason Nourse 12 Spencerville
42.05 (2nd in heat; 4th in event).
Girls 200 Meter Dash
Heat 2 Prelims
5. Sydney Crouch 10 Parkway
27.03 (4th in heat; 7th in event).
Boys 200 Meter Dash (16)
Heat 2 Prelims
5. Drew Reiss 11 Del. Jefferson
23.28 (4th in heat; 6th in event); 7.
Caden May 10 Parkway 23.80 (7th in
heat; 13th in event).
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay
Heat 2 Prelims
6. Ottoville (Lindsay Schweller
10, Madison Knodell 11, Alicia
Honigford 11, Brooke Mangas 11)
4:07.37 (1st in heat; 2nd in event).
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay (16)
Heat 1 Prelims
1. Ft. Jennings (Kyle Maag 11,
Alex Wieging 9, Drew Grone 12,
Dylan Wiechart 11) 3:38.12 (7th in
heat; 13th in event); 3. Lincolnview
(Logan Williams 9, Hayden Ludwig
12, Ryan Rager 11, Trevor Neate 12)
3:34.74 (3rd in heat; 5th in event).
Heat 2 Prelims
4. Spencerville (Zach Goecke 12,
Chris Picker 10, Calvin Wilson 11,
Mason Nourse 12) 3:33.87 (2nd in
heat; 3rd in event).
FRIDAYS FINALS
Boys 1,600 Meter Run
3-6A. Brendan Siefker 10
Ottoville 4:30.68 (1st in event);
15-8B. 704 Austin Conrad 11
Spencerville 4:51.23 (16th in event).
Girls 800 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
16-1B. Anna Gorman 12
Lincolnview 2:21.56 (6th in event).
Boys 800 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
4-3A. Kyle Maag 11 Ft. Jennings
2:03.65 (6th in event); 9-4B. Curtis
Pohlman 12 Del. St. Johns 2:04.08
(10th in event); 7-8A.Trevor Neate
12 Lincolnview 2:03.85 (9th in
event).

See TRACK, page 7

Jeffersons Adam Rode hands off to Josh Teman on the first handoff of Saturdays 4x100-meter finals, while Spencervilles
Gary Schrolucke (hidden) does the same for Zach Goecke. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)

Relays one key to track success


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

DELPHOS Many
track and field coaches have
the philosophy of getting
as many of their athletes to
the State Track and Field
Championships as possible.
That usually means that
the focus is on the relays,
especially sprints.

Jefferson boys co-coaches Brent Binkley and Todd


Teman are adherents of that
philosophy.
They have a pair of relays
going to Troys Division III
Regionals starting today: the
4x200-meter relay of seniors
Adam Rode and Josh Teman
and juniors Wyatt Place and
Drew Reiss; and their 4x1
of Teman, Rode, Reiss and
freshman Kole McKee.
You always want to
get as many of your ath-

letes down there as you can

and thew way to do that is


through relays. Weve tried
to instill a family atmosphere
in our program and we have
a lot of unselfish athletes,
Binkley explained. Last
year, Adam was in the 100meter dash in the Regionals,
as was our 4x1. He willingly
pulled out to give us a better
chance of going to State in
the relay; we finished fifth.
Adam did the same this year
at District, thinking we had a
better chance of advancing to
Regionals as a relay than he
did as an individual.
Drew
advanced
to
Regionals in the 200 and
there will be a decision that
has to be made. Well figure it out; we have almost
everybody back on that relay

and we want to take one


more step this year and get
to State.
Binkley figures the added
overall depth that his team
has has made it easier to put
together strong relays.
A couple of years ago, we
were helping with a team that
only had four athletes; then
Damon (Ulm) stepped down
and we werent even sure
wed have a boys track team,
so (then-Athletic Director)
Chris Sommers asked Todd
and myself if wed take over,
Binkley observed. Because

of jobs, we cant be full-time


head coaches but we can do
it together. Word got around
and our numbers grew, partly
thanks to some baseball players coming over but just word
of mouth. We had 21 kids last

year and this year, we picked


up more and have 30.
What helps us is we dont
have that one burner but we
have four to six guys that
are pretty even and pretty
good. We havent had Hunter
(Binkley), who is out with an
injury but might be back, but
Kole stepped in in the 4x1
and has done a great job as
our anchor. Your anchor leg
is usually your best guy and
what weve done is have the
three upperclassmen run the
first three legs and get the
baton to Kole in good position. If Hunter is back, well
see then what we can do.
He also gives credit where

credit is due.
We got a lot of advice
from (St. Johns coaches)
Jack and Jay DeWitt; were

related and theyve helped


us build good relays because
theyve built a good relay
tradition, he added. Most
coaches dont take a lot of
chances during the regular
season because youre building for this time of year. We
followed that except a couple
of times this year; we focused
on a Lincolnview tri-match
and the St. Johns Invitational
and went out to win.
Now, you have to be
willing to take more risks
and chances to move on;
you cant hold anything back
because with the competition
level youre facing being so
much better, you wont move

on if you dont. Our goal is to


move on.
Second-year Lady Jeffcat
head coach Karla Kohler has
one relay in the meet: its 4x1
of senior Taylor Stroh, sophomores Mikayla Bennett and
Kendall Marquiss and senior
Brooke Gallmeier.
Jack DeWitt has his own
Blue Jay boys 4x1 relay trying to extend a school mark
of 15 straight years of at least
one athlete participating in
the State Track Meet: senior
James Buettner, sophomore
Ike Musser, junior Deven
Haggard and senior Jordan
Mohler.
See RELAYS, page 7

SV District champs lead Regional qualifiers


BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor

jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

SPENCERVILLE It
wasnt as warm and pleasant
for Saturdays finish of the
Division III District Track
and Field Championships
at Spencervilles Charles D.
Moeller Memorial Field.
Still, it made the environment ready for some good
performances as Regional
berths were on the line.
Seven local individuals
and three relays made it easy
to claim those berths as they
took home event titles.
Jeffersons 4x100-meter
relay of Adam Rode, Josh
Teman, Drew Reiss and Kole
McKee clocked a 44.71 time
and Reiss grabbed the 200meter dash in 23.28.
Weve just been building for this day. Weve been
looking to get consistently
better as the season went on,
Reiss explained. Its awful
hard to work on handoffs
when the weather isnt good
outside but we havent had as
much rain the last few weeks,
so we have been able to work
on them and get them better.
Kole stepped in when Hunter
(Binkley) got hurt and really
helped us. The goal is for
me Adam and Josh to get
the baton to Kole in good
position and let him bring it
home.

Im warmed up and
ready to go for the 200. As
the weather warms up and
the coaches get us in better
shape, hopefully the times
drop more.
Ottovilles
Brendan
Siefker seized both the
1,600- and 3,200-meter runs
(4:30.68 and 9:44.09 to snap
the Spencerville Division III
District meet record, respectively).
I really felt good for the
1,600 and I really didnt feel
my legs tightening in the
3,200 until the last lap or two.
I really dont worry much
about the splits; I just have an
idea of where I want to be at
a certain spot, Siefker said.
I didnt have anyone really
pushing me toward the end of
either race and I prefer someone doing so; thats when I
do my best. In cross country,
Jefferson junior Drew Reiss relaxes after clinching the 200I always ran my best against
meter title Saturday.
Sam Williamson (Antwerp).
I know Ill have some good
competition at Regionals.
the third time, especially in Schrolucke, Chris Picker
Lincolnviews
Hunter the 110s (runner-up in 2015). and Calvin Wilson (1:32.55)
Blankmeyer secured the 110- I got beat last week at the and its 4x4 relay of Goecke,
and 300-meter hurdles (14.36 NWC meet by Bassitt from Schrolucke, Picker and
to beat the meet record and Bluffton. Hes a really good Mason Nourse (3:33.87)
40.53, respectively). He ear- jumper and beat me in both helped lead a runner-up team
lier had taken second in the races. I took that as added finish to powerhouse Minster
boys high jump (5-10).
motivation to get ready for (119.5-76).
I was hoping to get the the rest of the season; if there
Weve had three head
record in both events but is a good loss, that was it. It coaches the last three years
especially the 110s. Im got me refocused and getting but the emphasis never
shooting for the low 14s, back on track to my goal.
changes, Goecke observed.
Blankemeyer explained. I
Spencervilles boys 4x2
See CHAMPS, page 7
want to get back to State for relay of Zach Goecke, Gary

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Sports
Track

(Continued from page 6)

Girls 3,200 Meter Run


Section 1 Timed Finals
14-7B. Rylee Byrne 9 Lincolnview 12:01.01 (8th in
event)
Boys 3,200 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
9-4B. Matt Gaerke 9 Parkway 10:32.99 (12th in
event); 3-6A. Brendan Siefker 10 Ottoville 9:44.09 (1st
in event); 6-7A. Dylan Wiechart 11 Ft. Jennings 10:29.42
(11th in event).
Girls Discus
Flight 2 Finals
2. Brynlee Hanneman 9 Ottoville 110-0 (5th in flight;
5th in event).
Boys High Jump
Flight 1 Finals
8. Hunter Blankemeyer 12 Lincolnview 5-10 (tied
for 8th in event with 2 others); 16. Trevor Neate 12
Lincolnview 5-10 (tied for 8th in event with 2 others).
Girls Long Jump
Flight 2 Finals
5. Sydney Crouch 10 Parkway 16-8.5 (3rd in flight/
event).
Boys Shot Put
Flight 2 Finals
3. Evan Pugh 12 Spencerville 50-10.25 (3rd in flight/
event).
Girls Pole Vault
Flight 1 Finals
15. Gabrielle Goecke 10 Spencerville 9-6 (tied for 4th
in event with 2 others).
=========

DIVISION III
Tiffin Frost-Kalnow Stadium

WEDNESDAYS FINALS
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
Section 1 Timed Finals
1-4A. Kalida 10:25.19 (8th in event); 10-5B.
Columbus Grove 10:15.9 (7th in event).
Boys Discus
Flight 1 Finals
2. Rece Roney 11 Columbus Gro 152-6 (3rd in flight;
5th in event).
Boys Pole Vault
Flight 1 Finals
3. Ryan Tabler 11 Columbus Gro 13-0 (tied for 7th
in event with 3 others); 4. Caiden Grothaus 11 Columbus
Gro 13-8 (5th in event).
Boys Long Jump
Flight 2 Finals
5. Caden May 10 Parkway 20-5.25 (6th in flight; 7th
in event).
Girls Shot Put
Flight 2 Finals
7. Lynea Diller 12 Columbus Gro 45-0.2 (1st in
flight; 2nd in event).
WEDNESDAYS PRELIMINARIES
8 Advance - Top 2 in Each Heat plus 4 Best times
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33
Heat 1 Prelims
4. Carlee McCluer 10 Columbus Gro 15.64 (1st in
heat/event).
Girls 4x200 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
4. Columbus Grove 1:47.84 (1st in heat/event).
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
3. Columbus Grove 1:32.74 (3rd in heat/6th in event).
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
4. Columbus Grove 51.5 (1st in heat/event).
Boys 400 Meter Dash
Heat 2 Prelims
5. Baily Clement 12 Columbus Gro 51.2 (3rd in
heat/4th in event).
Girls 200 Meter Dash
Heat 2 Prelims
2. Rylee Sybert 9 Columbus Gro 26.34 (4th in
heat/8th in event).
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
3. Columbus Grove 4:12.98 (5th in heat/8th in event).
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
2. Columbus Grove 3:28.86 (2nd in heat/3rd in event).
FRIDAYS FINALS
Girls 1,600 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
7-1A. Katelyn Siebeneck 12 Kalida 5:40.64 (14th
in event); 1-4A. Taylor Ellerbrock 10 Columbus Gro
5:36.17 (10th in event).
Boys 1,600 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
6-7A. Boone Brubaker 11 Columbus Gro 4:45.31
(14th in event).
Girls 800 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
16-8B. Kelly Doepker 11 Kalida 2:28.74 (14th in
event).
Boys 800 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
13-2B. Jordan Kortokrax 12 Kalida 2:00.87 (6th in
event).
Girls 3,200 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
4-6A. Taylor Ellerbrock 10 Columbus Gro 12:29.09
(10th in event).
Boys 3,200 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
4-6A. Adam von der Embse 11 Kalida 10:32.87 (14th
in event); 16-8B. Preston Brubaker 11 Columbus Gro

Musings

(Continued from page 6)


The same Cavaliers that
have been hotter that molten
lava most of these playoffs
suddenly cant throw it in the
ocean the last two games?

10:31.52 (11th in event).


Girls Discus
Flight 1 Finals
2. Lynea Diller 12 Columbus Gro 154-2 (1st in flight/
event).
Girls Long Jump
Flight 2 Finals
7. Bailey Dunifon 10 Columbus Gro 15-11.5 (6th in
flight/9th in event).
Boys Shot Put
Flight 1 Finals
4. Rece Roney 11 Columbus Gro 53-5.5 (3rd in
flight/4th in event).

================
Division II
Dayton Perc Welcome Stadium

THURSDAYS FINALS
Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
Section 1 Timed Finals
6-7A. Van Wert (Natalie Riethman 11, Nicole Clay
10, Julia Springer 10, Cassidy Meyers 10) 10:08.2 (5th
in event).
Boys 4x800 Meter Relay
Section 1 Timed Finals
8-8A. Van Wert (Calahan Wolfrum 9, Cade Fleming
12, Thane Cowan 10, Dylan Lautzenheiser 11) 8:25.01
(7th in event).
16-8B Oakwood 8:40.22
Girls Discus
Flight 1 Finals
5. Bailee Kuhn 12 Elida 111-0 (5th in flight/7th in
event)0
Flight 2 Finals
2. Katie Trittschuh 12 Van Wert 118-7 (1st in flight/3rd
in event).
Girls High Jump
Flight 1 Finals
8. Jessica Siefker 10 Elida 4-10 (tied for 6th in event
with 6 others).
THURSDAYS PRELIMINARIES
Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33
Heat 2 Prelims
6. Landrie Koontz 12 Van Wert 15.52 (3rd in heat/4th
in event).
Girls 100 Meter Dash
Heat 1 Prelims
8. Megan Braun 10 Van Wert 12.99 (6th in heat/12th
in event).
Boys 100 Meter Dash
Heat 2 Prelims
8. Kristofer Hart 12 Van Wert 10.99 (3rd in heat/6th
in event).
Girls 4x200 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
7. Elida (Jacqueline Nichols 10, Anyjah Ward 9,
Aubrey Etzler 10, Jency Jenkins 9) 1:51.67 (7th in
heat/14th in event).
Boys 4x200 Meter Relay
Heat 2 Prelims
2. Van Wert (Kristofer Hart 12, Josh Fowler 11,
Brandan Hernandez 11, Keagan Hardmon 12) 1:32.78
(6th in heat/11th in event)
Girls 4x100 Meter Relay
Heat 1 Prelims
1. Elida (Hannah Malone 12, Baylie Moening 9,
Jasmine Pinn 9, Jency Jenkins 9) 53.04 (7th in heat/14th
in event).
Boys 400 Meter Dash
Heat 2 Prelims
4. Keagan Hardmon 12 Van Wert 49.22 (1st in
heat/2nd in event).
Girls 200 Meter Dash
Heat 1 Prelims
2. Megan Braun 10 Van Wert 26.64 (5th in heat/9th
in event).
Boys 200 Meter Dash
Heat 1 Prelims
6. Keagan Hardmon 12 Van Wert 22.08 (2nd in
heat/4th in event); 8. Kristofer Hart 12 Van Wert 22.82
(4th in heat/8th in event).
Girls 4x400 Meter Relay
Heat 2 Prelims
8. Van Wert (Julia Springer 10, Nicole Clay 10,
Cassidy Meyers 10, Megan Braun 10) 4:13.0 (5th in
heat/9th in event).
Boys 4x400 Meter Relay
Heat 2 Prelims
4. Van Wert (Dylan Lautzenheiser 11, Kristofer Hart
12, Keagan Hardmon 12, Cade Fleming 12) 3:27.13 (1st
in heat/2nd in event).
SATURDAYS FINALS
Boys 1,600 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
12-6B. Cade Fleming 12 Van Wert 4:37.93 (6th in
event).
Boys 800 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
4-6A. Dylan Lautzenheiser 11 Van Wert 2:00.38 (tied
for 6th in event).
Girls 3,200 Meter Run
6-7A. Aly Turrentine 12 Elida 12:07.07 (11th in
event).
Boys 3,200 Meter Run
Section 1 Timed Finals
3-3A. Calahan Wolfrum 9 Van Wert 10:04.43 (3rd
in event).
Girls Long Jump
Flight 1 Finals
2. Megan Braun 10 Van Wert 16-6 (3rd in flight/4th
in event).
Girls Shot Put
Flight 2 Finals
4. Katie Trittschuh 12 Van Wert 36-8 (2nd in flight/4th
in event).
Girls Pole Vault
Flight 1 Finals
9. Tori Bowen 12 Elida 11-0 (1st in event).

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Its been a little tougher this spring because of all
the cold weather but you just
keep working; you have to
put that in the back of your
mind and not worry about it.
Its all about placing in the
top four right now and moving on to the next week.
Lincolnview was close
behind in third (72).
Jefferson
was
sixth
(43), Fort Jennings eighth
(38), Ottoville ninth (31),
Crestview 10th (30), St.
Johns 11th (29.5) and
Parkway 12th (29).
Fort Jennings Kyle Maag
won the 800-meter run
(2:03.65).
I kind of got boxed in the
last 150 meters, so I had no
choice but to jump outside
and go for it. I was able to get
by a couple of other runners
at the end, Maag acknowledged. Youre just looking
to move on; Thursday, it
was all about qualifying to
today and today was all about
advancing to next week. This
week will be all about speed
work; the conditioning is
already there, so its a matter
of getting the legs working
during practice.
Crestviews Isaiah Kline
nabbed the 100-meter dash
(11.21); he also narrowly lost
the 400-meter dash to Fort
Jennings Drew Grone (52.27
to 52.29).
I want to thank God
first, then I want to thank
my coaches and teammates.
Theyre such a great group
of teammates, Kline said.
I thought I had also won
the 400 but it was close. I
had four races today and its
tough but the coaches do a
great job getting us mentally and physically prepared
during the week for this.
The only local girl to
grab a title was 3-time victor
Sydney Crouch of Parkway:
100-meter dash (12.79), 200meter dash (27.03) and long
jump (16-8).
I have a friendly rivalry with teammate Clista
Hellwarth. We try to outdo

Relays

Ottovilles Brendan Siefker (above) is all alone as he


finishes his District clinching 1,600-meter run, while
Lincolnview senior Hunter Blankemeyer doubles up by
winning his 300-meter hurdles title. (DHI Media/Jim
Metcalfe)

each other and its a lot of fun


and its also great motivation;
we challenge each other,
Crouch said. The weather
wasnt as nice as Thursday
and even there, you just want
to stay warmed up. This
spring has been more difficult
in doing that but you hope
that the weather turns nice
and you dont have to worry
so much about. Definitely,

State is my goal but my focus


is on Regionals now and getting ready for that.
The Lady Panthers were
fourth in the girls race (59),
the Lady Big Green sixth
(51.25), the Lady Lancers
10th (26), the Lady Bearcats
11th (22), the Lady Wildcats
13th (10.25) and the Lady
Blue Jays tied for 14th (5).

(Continued from page 7)


Lincolnview has three relays: its boys 4x4 of freshman Logan Williams, senior Hayden
Ludwig, junior Ryan Rager and senior Trevor Neate; its boys 4x8 of junior Austin Elick, freshman Karter Tow, senior Colton Snyder and Neate; and its girls 4x8 of freshmen Rylee Byrne,
Brayden Langdon, Madeline Snyder and senior Anna Gorman.
Fort Jennings has a pair of relays on the boys side: the 4x8 of junior Dylan Wiechart, senior
Drew Grone, sophomore Ian Finn and junior Kyle Maag; and its 4x4 of Maag, freshman Alex
Wieging, Grone and Wiechart.
Spencerville has three boys relays: its 4x100 of junior Gary Schrolucke, senior Zach Goecke,
sophomore Chris Picker and junior Calvin Wilson; its 4x4 of Goecke, Picker, Wilson and senior
Mason Nourse; and its 4x2 of Schrolucke, Goecke, Picker and Wilson.
The Ottoville girls has its 4x4 relay of sophomore Lindsay Schweller and juniors Madison
Knodell, Alicia Honigford and Brooke Mangas.

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Business

Allen County
Delphos
John D. Douglas and
Allison M. Douglas to Craig L.
Suever and Sandra L. Suever,
1301 Grothause St., Delphos,
$38,000.
Mark David Drerup and Lisa
Drerup to Kristen L. Spring,
535 N. Scott St., Delphos,
$71,000.
Deborah A. Mayes FKA
Deborah A. Carder and Clifford
Mayes to Larry Lee and Debra
Lee, 609 Carolyn Drive,
Delphos, $58,500.
Residential Asset Mortgage
Products Inc. Mortgage
Asset-Backed Pass-Through
Certificates Series 2006-RZ1
OCwen Loan Servicing LLC
Attorney In Fact Bank of New
York Mellon Trust Company
National Association Bank of
New York Trust Company NA
Successor JPMorgan Chase
Bank NA As Trustee to John
Miller, 301 Marion Ave.,
Delphos, $36,900.
Albert F. Smith IV, Shawna
Smith AKA Shaun TurnerSmith AKA Shauna Smith to
Nathan N. Howell and Crystal
R. Howell, 1006 Fort Jennings
Road, Delphos, $138,900.
Marion Township
Merlin T. Trentman, Trustee
of the Trentman Family Trust
to Kyle T. Youngpeter, Landeck
Road, Delphos, $18,000.
Dewayne E. Troyer and
Linda K. Troyer to Bruce E.
Troyer and Cindy J. Troyer,
6850 Defiance Trail, Delphos,
$128,000.
Spencerville
Donna D. Burnett to Barry
L. Oakman and Irene Oakman,
305 W. First St., Spencerville,
$30,000.
Putnam County
Cory Ream and Jamie
Ream, Lot 8, Fort Jennings, to
Shawn M. Heiing and Douglas
r. Heiing.
Arthur Erford and Mary
Erford, Lots 89 and 92,
Glandorf, to Paul A. Erford.
Todd A. Doster, Monroe
Township, to Trent Woodin and
Emily Woodin.
Norman J. Knippen, .30 acre,
.50 acre, .536 acre and 16.909
acres, Jennings Township, to
Thomas N. Knippen TR and

Real Estate transfers

Patty M. Buescher TR.


Huggins Auto Parts Inc.,
Lot 67, Columbus Grove, to
Tyler R. Mayberry and Renee
Mayberry.
Douglas Keith Roberts,
.61 acre and .78 acre, Pleasant
Township, to Jeffrey S. Roberts
TR.
Robert J. Buss and Joyce M.
Buss, Lots 45 and 46, Kalida, to
Brian M. Buss TR.
Lynn A. Wilcox and Mary
R. Wilcox, Lots 618, 620 621
and 619, Pandora, to Lynn A.
Wilcox and Mary R. Wilcox.
Judith L. Doty, Lot 156,
Columbus Grove, to Kory
B. Baumgartner and Lisa
Baumgartner.
Harold L. Altenburger, 1.37
acres, Greensburg Township, to
Carol J. Altenburger.
John T. Rhodes and Debra
M. Rhodes, 10.0 acres, Sugar
Creek Township, to Debra M.
Rhodes.
Jeremy J. Schroeder and
Stacy A. Schroeder fka Stacy
A. Deitering, Lots 33 and 34,
Kalida, to Justin M. Kahle.
Rebecca J. Palte, Timothy J.
Sullivan and William D. Palte,
Lot 80, Miller City, to Robby
W. Maynard and Michelle R.
Maynard.
Frances C. Sroufe, 1 acre
Perry Township, to James
Barrera and Marjorie Barrera.
Mary Agnes L. Schnipke
TR and Edward C. Schnipke
Jr. TR, 40.0 acres, 40.0 acres,
79.0 acres, 40.0 acres, Ottawa
Township, to Edward C.
Schnipke Jr. and Mary Agnes
L. Schnipke.
Edward C. Schnipke, Jr. and
Mary Agnes L. Schnipke, 40.0
acres, 40.0 acres, 79.0 acres,
40.0 acres, Ottawa Township,
to Edward C. Schnipke, Jr.
Edward C. Schnipke, Jr. LE
and Mary Agnes L. Schnipke,
40.0 acres, 40.0 acres, 79.0
acres, 40.0 acres, Ottawa
Township, to Mary Agnes L.
Schnipke.
Mary Agnes L. Schnipke
LE and Edward C. Schnipke,
Jr., 40.0 acres, 40.0 acres,
79.0 acres, 40.0 acres, Ottawa
Township, to How A Bout LLC.
LJ7 Rentals LLC, Lots 392
and 397, Columbus Grove, to
Andrew M. Schroeder.

Theodore H. Verhoff and


Cheryl A. Verhoff, Lot 37,
Greensburg Township, to Chad
A. Ehrnsberger and Courtney
Ehrnsberger.
Jerry L. Hart, 7.25 acres,
40.0 acres and 2.0 acres, Riley
Township, to Benjamin J. Hart
TR and Brad C. Hart TR.
Herbert A. Herrington, .735
acres and 1.545 acres, Van
Buren Township, to Cathy Ann
Jacobi.
Avery L. Douglas and Jean
Ann Douglas, Parcels 21, 18
and 1, Union Township, to
Nolan A. Niese.
William A. Maag and
Heather S. Maag, 5.101 acres,
Monroe Township, to Dwayne
S. Dockery and Jennifer
Dockery.
Van Wert County
Van Wert County to
Handimanz Rehab LLC, portion of inlot 1491, Van Wert.
Estate of Lois Hamrick to
Harold DeBolt, Teresa Leffel,
Kristina Rider, Kelli DeBolt,
Kelli DeBolt Metzger, Kelli
Metzger, portion of section 31,
Harrison Township.
Van Wert County to Amos
Wengerd, Jake Zehr, portion of
inlot 53, Willshire.
Van Wert County to Kersten
Archer, portion of section 13,
Willshire Township.
Janelle A. Friedrich,
Janelle Ann Friedrich, Edward
L. Friedrich to James E.
Friedrich, portion of section 29,
Washington Township, portion
of section 25, Ridge Township.
Estate of Albert Bonifas
Jr. to Eileen I. Bonifas, portion of section 32, Washington
Township, portion of section 5,
Jennings Township.
Van Wert County to Frank
L. Gates, inlot 131, Ohio City.
Estate of Lola Grace Fralick
to Gordon L. Fralick Living
Trust, portion of section 28,
Harrison Township.
Gordon L. Fralick Living
Trust to Timothy D. Fralick,
Jonathan D. Fralick, portion
of sections 7, 6, 28, Harrison
Township.
Timothy
D.
Fralick,
Jonathan D. Fralick to Jonathan
D. Fralick, portion of sections
7, 6, Harrison Township.
Timothy
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D. Fralick, portion of section
28, Harrison Township.
Dorothy E. Mason, Dorothy
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Glenn
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Gary Pugsley Sr., Robert J.
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Lorene V. Klima, Jerome E.
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Estate of Elizabeth Mitchell
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R. Mitchell, J.C. Mitchell, inlot
1620, Van Wert.
Ty M. Lautzenheiser,
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Township.
Estate of Clifford L. Tyler
Jr., estate of Cliff L. Tyler to
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477, 450, inlot 449, Van Wert.
Penny L. Tyler to Hissowal
Inc., portion of inlots 477, 450,
inlot 449, Van Wert.
Crystal J. Sheets, Steven A.
Sheets to Marvin D. Hamrick,
portion of section 20, Willshire
Township.
American Legion Harvey
Lewis Post 346 of OH to
Village of Ohio City, outlot 26,
Ohio City.
Donna M. Pollock Living
Trust to Arlett J. Pollock-Evans,
portion of section 36, Ridge
Township, portion of section
31, Washington Township.
Marybeth Siemens, estate
of Rosemary c. Schroeder to
Jacob R. Strick, inlot 3324, Van
Wert.
Creative Home Buying
Solutions Inc. to Amber
Hiltunen, inlot 2313, portion of
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Jan Fokker, Wubbegiena
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Ohio City.

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going broke
BY NATHANIEL SILLIN
If a close friend or family member is getting married its an honor to be asked to join the wedding party.
However, if your budget is tight because youre saving up
for a financial goal, paying off bills or have had a recent
financial reversal like the loss of a job, you might need to
do some thinking before you say yes.
The average spend by bridesmaids and groomsmen can
exceed $1,000 for clothing, wedding and shower gifts,
bachelorette or bachelor party expenses and other incidentals. Add any number of factors more expensive dresses,
a purchased tuxedo, an upscale gift registry, a destination
wedding and suddenly, the cost of standing up for a
friends wedding can rival a rent payment, or beyond.
It can be tough to refuse a friend who wants you to be
in his or her wedding planning, saving and bargaining
can help you avoid having to turn them down. Here are
some ideas to potentially lower the wedding partys costs
on the key items:
Clothing. Men luck out a bit in the tuxedo rental
department because group discounts are often available
for wedding parties. (Note to guys: If youre not going to
get at least four wearings out of a tux, you may want to
forego buying one.) However, for women, the landscape
can get trickier youll probably never wear that dress
again. So maybe its time for negotiation with the couple.
If the dresses or suits dont have to be identical, you can
consider second-hand shops and online resale sites that can
save significant money. Second-hand can be a big winner
as well.
Gifts. With more pre-wedding events going co-ed, men
and women in wedding parties may be buying both shower
and wedding gifts for the couple. How can you cut that
cost? The attendants can split a bigger gift at a lower cost
per person. If youre already investing a significant amount
of money in the wedding, consider a more sentimental gift
that wont cost as much but will still be meaningful. If you
want an alternative option to the typical registry gift, think
about contributing to the couples honeymoon fund.
Travel. Start searching for discounts the minute youre
asked to participate, particularly on air and hotel waiting
will likely impact your budget. If the wedding is out of
town or if overnight stays become a necessity, driving or
rooming with other attendants can be a good option. Food
costs can be cut by packing food for the drive. If friends
live near by the wedding destination, ask if you can stay
with them. Stay close to the proceedings after all, cabs
and onsite rental car costs add up, so its wise to minimize travel distances. One last tip check all your travel
options one last time before you head to the wedding.
Check to see if there are any special deals, price changes
or upgrades to your travel or accommodations that you can
take advantage of.
Pre-wedding celebrations. Bachelor and bachelorette
parties are notorious for being over-the-top, but that
doesnt mean you have to empty your savings to show the
couple a good time. For safety and savings, consider locations with plenty of restaurants and bars close together so
you can walk from place to place. Home-based parties can
be a fun option, too.
After considering all these options, what if you still
need to say no? Dont wait. Be early and be honest with
your friend. And offer to help in any way you can.
Bottom line: Before you say yes to the dress, the
tuxedo or the other list of expenses common to the wedding party, do some thinking about alternatives the couple
might go for. The right amount of finesse and creativity
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Good Vibrations

"J.V. Team"

By Ed Clark

The music that moves us ...


The Bee Gees
I Started A Joke, February 1969 single, chart peak #6, from another of the
great harmonizing bands of our musical
time, The Bee Gees. You may remember.
This sing-along-of-a-song is my first
recollection of this band, some pre-teen
years when you may have wandered to
Grants or Murphys and bought a 45
from the lets put-em all in a pile right
here heap of 45 singles.
If you spent any time in dance clubs
in the late 70s (WaySide), it is nearly
certain, you were on the dance floor
during a Bee Gees song. The soundtrack
from the movie Saturday Night Fever,
1977, starring John Travolta, was inescapable in those days. Consider the following Bee Gee songs from this movie
soundtrack:
Jive Talkin #1 song
You Should Be Dancing #1 song
How Deep Is Your Love #1 song
Night Fever #1 song
If I Cant have You #1 song
Stayin Alive #1 song
Biography.com reports: The trios
contributions to 1977s (movie) Saturday
Night Fever pushed that soundtrack
album past the 40 million mark. It reigned
as the top-selling album in history until
Michael Jacksons Thriller an album
that Jackson acknowledged was inspired
by Saturday Night Fever surpassed it
in the Eighties. Holy BeeGees Batman!

You can squeeze these #1s between


bookends How Can You Mend A Broken
Heart #1 1971 and Love You Inside
Out and Tragedy from 1979. The
presence of this band in the 1970s Disco
Era is undeniable. Was there a point of
saturation, a point of over play? Without
question! But as the hands of time move
along, their rare air hits-streak of the 70s
carved out their place.
As much as I could relate to the Bee
Gee FREE weekends during the apocalypse of disco music, these three brothers, Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin
Gibb will always have residence in the
harmonious land of great music makers.
At the time of their 1997 Hall Of Fame
Induction: Only, Elvis Presley, The
Beatles, Michael Jackson, Garth Brooks
and Paul McCartney had outsold the Bee
Gees. (Wikipedia). Enough Said!
Good Vibrations.
(Wikipedia.com, billboard.com, youtube.com)

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Classifieds
100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
105
130Announcements
PRAYERS
110 Card Of Thanks
115 Entertainment
120 In Memoriam
Prayer
The
125
Lost And To
Found
130
Prayers
Blessed
Virgin
135 School/Instructions
Oh,Happy
most
140
Ads beautiful
flower of Mt. Carmel,
145 Ride Share
fruitful vine, splendor
in heaven. Blessed
200
EMPLOYMENT
Mother
of the Son
205
Opportunities
of Business
God. Immaculate
210
Childcare
Virgin
assist me in
215
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my necessity. O Star
220
Home
Care
of Elderly
the Sea
help
me
225
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and
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herein
youFarm
areAnd
myAgriculture
mother.
230
OhGeneral
Holy Mary, Moth235
er of God Queen of
Heaven and Earth!
I Humbly beseech
you from the bottom of my heart to
succor me in this
necessity. There are
none that can withstand your power.
Oh, show me herein
you are my mother.
Oh Mary, conceived
without
sin,
pray
for us who have recourse to thee (three
times). Holy Spirit
you who solve all
problems, light all
roads so that I can
attain my goals. You
who gave me the
divine gift to forgive
and forget all evil
against me and that
in all instances in my
life you are with me.
I want in this short
prayer to thank you
for all things as you
confirm once again
that I never want to
be separated from
you in eternal glory.
Thank you for your
mercy towards me
and mine.
(The person must
say this prayer three
consecutive
days.
After three days,
the request will be
granted. This prayer
must be published
after the favor is
granted.)

235 HELP WANTED


FULL TIME Cook, Full
Time Waitress Apply in
Person Rambler's Roost
Restaurant Lincoln Hwy,
Middle Point

Intervention
Specialist

Lima Central Catholic High


School is seeking a full time
intervention specialist for the
2016-17 school year. Experience preferred, 3-5 years.
Familiarity with Jon Peterson Special Needs and Autism Scholarship Programs
desired. Bachelors degree
required.
Please send a cover letter
and resume to
swilliams@apps.lcchs.edu

Spanish Teacher

Lima Central Catholic High


School is seeking a Spanish teacher for the 2016-17
school year. Responsibilities include Spanish I-IV for
grades 9-12 plus a Spanish
I class for grade 8 at St.
Charles Elementary. Bachelors degree required.
Please send a cover letter
and resume to
swilliams@apps.lcchs.edu

Events
Coordinator
Part-time in Delphos.
Positive, local individual to coordinate fundraising events; assist
w/marketing and volunteer programs for
nonprofit home health
& hospice agency. Submit resume or apply
online by Jun. 10 to:

www.delphosherald.com

240 Healthcare
GARAGE SALES/
245
Manufacturing/Trade
555
YARD SALES
250 Office/Clerical
255 Professional
1008
WILLIAMS Ave.
260
Restaurant
265
Retail
May
26th & 27th 9-5:30.
270
Sales
and Marketing
Hope
chest,
Longaber275 Situation Wanted
ger baskets big selec280 Transportation

tion, iron plant stands,

shelves,
dresser draw300
REAL ESTATE/RENTAL
305
Apartment/Duplex
ers,
4 drawer filing cab310
Commercial/Industrial
inet,
china hutch, and
315 Condos
much,
much more.
320 House
325 Mobile Homes
330 Office Space
335 Room
628Warehouse/Storage
E. 5th. May 25-28,
340

May 30, 10am-3pm.


Sale of the Century.
Wreaths, luminaria,
Temptations bakeware,
decor, 16' wood ladder,
misc., antiques.

570

Lawn Service
Specializing in

Weed Control & Fertilization


Lawn Fertilization &
Weed Control
New Lawn Installation
Lawn Over-seeding
Lawn Mowing
Phone:

419-695-0328 or
419-235-3903
577

MISCELLANEOUS

LAMP REPAIR, table or


floor. Come to our store.
Hohenbrink
TV.
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Tennesee Tomatoes
Sweet Potato Plants
Garden Variety Veggie
Plants and Seeds
Available Now!
Daily 9am to 5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm
9557 State Route 66
Delphos, Ohio 45833
419-692-5749 or 504-914-0286

597

STORAGE
BUILDINGS

COMMUNITY
SELF-STORAGE
GREAT RATES
NEWER FACILITY

419-692-0032
Across from Arbys

SAFE &
SOUND

DELPHOS

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

419-692-6336
601 SERVICES

POHLMAN
BUILDERS
Specializing in

Community Health
Professionals
Attn: Brent Tow
1159 Westwood Dr.
Van Wert, OH 45891
www.ComHealthPro.org
305

APARTMENT/
DUPLEX FOR RENT

2-BDRM. DUPLEX, 1car garage, 709 Euclid,


$650 rent, no pets. Looking for long-term renter.
Ph. 305-393-1671.

HOUSE FOR
320
RENT
SEVERAL MOBILE
Homes/House for rent.
View homes online at
www.ulmshomes.com or
inquire at 419-692-3951

ROOM ADDITIONS
GARAGES SIDING ROOFING
BACKHOE & DUMP TRUCK
SERVICE
FREE ESTIMATES
FULLY INSURED

POHLMAN
POURED
CONCRETE WALLS

Residential
& Commercial
Agricultural Needs
All Concrete Work

Mark Pohlman

419-339-9084
cell 419-233-9460

Hohlbeins

Home
Improvement

Advertise Your
Business

Windows,
Doors, Siding,
Roofing,
Sunrooms,
Pole Buildings,
Garages

For a low, low


price!

Ph. 419-339-4938
or 419-230-8128

510 APPLIANCES
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s ize freezer, $200.
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DAILY

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Telling The Tri-Countys Story Since 1869

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

520 Building Materials


830 Boats/Motors/Equipment
670 Miscellaneous
592 Want To Buy
525 Computer/Electric/Office
835 Campers/Motor Homes
675 Pet Care
593 Good Thing To Eat
355 Farmhouses For Rent
530 Events
840 Classic Cars
680 Snow Removal
595 Hay
360 Roommates WantedAdoption 535
Farm
Supplies
and
Equipment
Commercial
685
Travel
597
Storage
Buildings
Looking to
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Auction Now! 1- 800-983-1929 700 Painting
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section
of
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Towing,
from ovarian
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555 Garage
Sales
865
Rental
and
705
Plumbing
610
Automotive
415 Condos
a price-designed
newspaper
All Paperwork Taken Care Of.
Misc.
after using Leasing
Johnsons Baby
560 Home
Furnishings
Snowmobiles
710atRoofing/Gutters/Siding
615 Business Services
420 Farms
ad network.565
A network
1-800-695-6206
CPAP/BIPAP supplies
Attention Small Business-870 Powder,
Shower to Shower
Horses,conTack andCALL
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New425
Home
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Blacktop/Cement
620 Childcare
Houses
570unique
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and Garden
sisting of 118
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&
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720 Handyman
625 Construction
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Mobile RemodHomes/
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newspaper publications;
an older car, boat or630
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be entitled to substanTrailers
725 ElderTaxes
Care with Paychex! New885 may
Entertainment
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compensation. Call us at
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580 Musical
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435 Vacation
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Newspaper
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now. No
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810 Auto 800-309-8594
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and Collectibles
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in Arizona, but associate
950 only
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586 Sports
and Recreation
510 Appliancesmuch
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& Low Priced
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590 Tool
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CONSTRUCTION
CREW

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665

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L.L.C.

Trimming & Removal


Stump Grinding
24 Hour Service Fully Insured

be placed into publications.

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Mueller
Tree
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Tree Trimming,
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PRODUCE Tree & Brush Removal
585 PRODUCE

DELPHOS
THE

OHIO NETWORK CLASSIFIEDS

345 Vacations

Wanted To Rent
CONSTRUCTION
625 350

LAWN AND
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419-203-8202

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RESOLUTION #2016-4
A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO LEVY A RENEWAL TAX IN EXCESS OF THE
TEN MILL LIMITATION
AND DECLARING AN
EMERGENCY.
Passed and approved
this 2nd day of May
2016.
ORDINANCE #2016-7
AN ORDINANCE
AMENDING SECTION
147.01 OF THE CITY
OF DELPHOS CODIFIED
ORDINANCES REGARDING THE RATES
FOR EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SERVICES
AND
DECLARING IT AN
EMERGENCY.
Passed and approved
this 16th day of May
2016.
Daniel Hirn, Council
Pres.
ATTEST:
Marsha Mueller, Council
Clerk Michael H. Gallmeier, Mayor
A complete text of this
legislation is on record at
the Municipal Building
and can be viewed during regular office hours.
Marsha Mueller, Council
Clerk
5/25/16 6/1/16

Place a
House for
Rent Ad
In the Classifieds
Call

The Daily
Herald

419 695-0015

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Safe Step Walk-In Tub Alert


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The Ottoville Bank Company has an

Please send resume to:


The Ottoville Bank Company,
PO Box 458, Ottoville, Ohio 45876

930 LEGALS
NOTICE OF Public
Hearing On The Jennings Township Budget
Rev. Code, Sec.
5705.30
Notice is hereby given
that on the 6th day of
June, 2016 at 8 oclock
p.m., a public hearing
will be held on the
Budget prepared by the
Jennings Township
Trustees of Putnam
County, Ohio, for the
next succeeding fiscal
year ending December,
2017. Such hearing will
be held at the office of
the Township Meeting
Room Memorial Hall
building Jennings Twp.
Jeanne Bruskotter
Fiscal Officer

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PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON AT:
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328 W SECOND ST
DELPHOS OH 45833
OR EMAIL: klindeman@vancrest.com

HELP WANTED
Growing Commercial Printer
in NW Ohio looking for

PRINTING PRESS
TRAINEE
FULL TIME POSITION

Must be at least 18.


Mechanical background a plus.
Second Shift.
Apply at

Eagle Print

111 E. Fourth St., Delphos, OH 45833

16879 CR R 15, Pioneer, OH 43554


419-737-2500
Auburn, IN - 1 Dump driver needed (local)
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Meyers Bros Trucking is looking for Full Time & Part Time
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Paid all miles, detention, dock bump and hourly
Safety Bonus up to .03/ mile
HEALTH INSURANCE STARTS YOUR FIRST DAY!
401(k)
Paid Vacation (after 6 months)
Paid Holidays (after 90 days)
We are a family owned company that offers extreme flexibility in an autonomous, positive atmosphere. Come work
for someone that knows you by name and not your truck
number.
Please stop in and see us between 8am 5pm or call
Chuck, Deb or Kasey at 419-737-2500.

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Aries, expect to
be very busy in the
days ahead. Make a
concerted effort to be
more aware of whats
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be, work with a professional to establish
your goals.
GEMINI
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Do something out
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this week, Gemini.
When you do so, you
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Cancer, just when
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change all of the rules
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whose opinions you
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Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, speak
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are not going to advocate for your needs.
Thats why its so important for you to fight
for every cause, no
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Sept 23/Oct 23
Take some time out
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or simply sleeping in,
make it a priority.

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Jan 21/Feb 18
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your nerves, but you
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Delegation will be
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When the going gets
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Pisces, a few days
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Man
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Hatfields body was found after his girlfriend reported
him missing when he didnt return home after the weekend.
Authorities traced Hatfields cell phone to the cemetery.
Hatfield resigned in 2015 as president and CEO of Patriot
Coal, a month before the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time. He was International
Coal Groups CEO when a 2006 explosion at the Sago Mine
in northern West Virginia killed 12 miners.
No motive has been released by the sheriffs office.
According to Arriagas neighbors in Delphos, he had resided at a duplex at North Main and Seventh streets for approximately a year.
Sheriff deputies tracked Arriaga back to Allen County from
a tip from a someone who drive Arriaga from Mingo County
to Wayne County, West Virginia.

FROM THE ARCHIVES

10 Years Ago 2006


An Eagle Scout of Honor
ceremony was held in May
for Christopher Broecker, 16,
at the Bowersock Brothers
VFW Post in Spencerville.
The Spencerville School
sophomore is the son of Bob
and Joan Broecker and the
grandson of Bill and Sharon
McDonough of Delphos and
Rita Broecker of Fort Jennings.
He invested 165 hours in his
Eagle Scout project with financial donations from area business to remove and install a
flight of steps at Fort Amanda
Park.
Teens Against Substance
Abuse held an assembly
Tuesday in the St. Johns
High School gymnasium for
students in grades K-8. The
26th seventh- and eighthgrade students acted out skits
they designed themselves and
danced and entertained with
energizing songs. Trevor
Kroeger, Kristina Desenberg,
Carrie Honigford and Jonathan
Burgei led students in song
during the assembly.
25 Years Ago 1941
St. Johns 75th commencement exercises will be at 3
p.m. June 2 in the high school
auditorium with 73 seniors
graduating. This 1991 senior
class has three co-valedictorians. They are Matt Pohlman,
Kelly Schroeder and Karen
Shumaker. These students have
maintained a 4.00 cumulative
grade point average for four
years of high school. Matt is
the son of Mike and Helen
Pohlman, Schroeder is the
daughter of Tom and Sharon
Schroeder, and Shumaker is
the daughter of William and
Delores Shumaker.
The Walterick-Hemme Post
3035 Auxiliary met recently
at the post club rooms. Past
President Donelda Brokamp
installed officers for the 199192 year. Thank you notes were
read from the residents and
staff of Memorial Manor and
Delphos Memorial Home for
flags presented. A thank-you
from Becky Ostings Girl
Scout Troop 113 for the donation was also read.
50 Years Ago 1966
The Pilgrim Booster
Class of the Pilgrim Holiness

Church honored three graduating seniors at NuMaudes


Restaurant Tuesday evening.
The seniors honored were
Cheryn Bilimek and Dianne
Clark of Jefferson, and Pat
Binion of Lincolnview. Lula
Rigdon, class president, acted
as master of ceremonies.
Following the meal Rev. Hugh
Mosher, Pilgrim Holiness pasThe Jefferson Middle School Language Arts Department recently sponsored a Benefit Walk. With the absence
tor, gave a meditation.
of the Mini-Relay for Life this year, the teachers and students felt it was important to give back to their commuThe program for the
nity in another way. Students who chose to participate in the walk gave a donation and spent their English class
Kiwanis weekly meeting was
time walking. Funds raised will be given to two Delphos families who have young children with medical needs.
presented by Richard Davis,
(Submitted photo)
manager of the local Ohio
Power Company. Davis spoke
on the local street lighting
and explained the differences between the present lighting and the proposed street
lighting presented to the City
of Delphos. He said the two
test lights located at Third and
Main streets and Fourth and
Franklin streets can be viewed
by local residents.
75 Years Ago 1941
Scoring five runs in the
eighth inning, the Capitol
Theatre softball team chalked
up a 7 to 2, extra-inning victory
over U. E. Local 724 in a Lima
Major League contest at Lima
South High field Friday evening. The extra-inning uprising
came at the expense of Jack
Adams, former Delphos hurler.
Chub Hall went the distance
for Delphos and gave up but
five hits.
The stadium dedication
plans are going forward rapidly under the direction of Mayor
W. D. Swihart. The new municipal stadium constructed under
the WOA will be dedicated
on Friday, Memorial Day. The
program at the stadium will
include a double-header baseball game. The two local high
school teams will play in the
first game and the Delphos
Merchants will mix with Ohio
City in the second game.
A regular meeting of
Commemorative
Post,
American Legion, was held St. Johns class of 2016 took a final walk through the hall of the high and elementary schools Tuesday morning before
Thursday evening at their hall. commencement practice. Underclassmen threw confetti and wished the seniors well. (Submitted photo)
Commander Ferman Clinger
announced the appointment of
a committee to have charge of
the fund collection for the Allen
County Museum. Members of
the committee are Ed. Murray,
Sam Checkles and Clinger.

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Seniors take final walk through halls

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Diplomas
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Sixth-graders refereed a soccer game between elementary students for WE Step Up Day
on Tuesday. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

Step
(Continued from page 1)
Sue Dew is the advisor for the WE program at St. Johns. As part of the program,
the sixth-graders have participated in multiple
events to raise money and food for local organizations. Tuesday was WE Step Up day.
The WE Team decided on We Step Up
day because were stepping up to help, Dew
said.
This week, their focus was on Family
Promise of Lima-Allen County.
We just wanted to make them feel welcome, Dew said.
Chuck Wolfe, Family Promise Executive
Director, said the organization has been
around for eight years.
It serves families who are homeless and
need a place to help them find a home, job,
food and support. Family Promise provides
a day center where the families can go to
shower, do laundry and access the Internet to
search for jobs and housing.
However, at night the families need a place
to stay. There are 13 churches in the area that
provide shelter overnight and dinner in the
evening. St. Johns will begin providing a
week of shelter in June.
St. Johns is one of the newest churches
helping us, Wolfe said. The churches provide one week of shelter at a time, usually
once per quarter.
According to Dew, the bus will arrive with
the families at 6 p.m. and the families will
stay in the Annex and leave at 6 a.m.
The WE participants received donations of

toiletries, socks, toys and money. The items


will go to the families who need them and
the money will go towards buying items the
families need and supporting Family Promise.
Their organization relies on fundraisers and
donations from the community.
Seventy-five percent of our budget we
raise through donations, only 25 percent
comes from the state, Wolfe said.
Without the support of the community,
Family Promise wouldnt be able to help
the homeless families. Last year, 16 families
went to Family Promise. With the help of the
churches they provided over 2,500 nights of
shelter and 8,000 meals.
WE Step Up day was held from 12-2:30
p.m. at the elementary where WE students
hosted soccer, kickball, goofball, football,
dodge ball and other outdoor games.
Its a day of movement for the students,
Nicole Pohlman, sixth-grader, said. The
games give them a positive attitude.
The day encouraged students to move and
exercise while also raising money for a cause.
I like it, Adara Fuerst, sixth-grader, said.
Its fun for a good cause.
Caitlin Gordon, another sixth-grader,
echoed the sentiment.
It makes me feel happy, especially when
Im exercising. Gordon said.
When asked if they think the school should
hold the event again, the sixth-graders were
unanimous in their decision.
Absolutely, Karissa Fish, sixth-grader,
said. A million times, yes.

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and Elaine Rode. His high
school activities include:
National Honor Society,
Student Council, serving as
secretary this year; NWC
Leadership Team, football
and track. He is a member of
Landeck St John the Baptist
Church, where he participates
in the youth group. Rode
will attend The University
of Cincinnati, majoring in
mechanical engineering.
Smith is the son of Marc
and Melisa Smith. His high
school activities include:
National Honor Society,
serving as vice president this
year; Fellowship of Christian
Athlete
Leader; Teens
for Christ Leader; NWC
Leadership Team and basketball, receiving All-State,
All-District, All-Region and
All-Conference honors. He
was a youth basketball coach.
He will attend the Air Force
Academy on a full athletic
scholarship for varsity basketball, majoring in civil
engineering.
Thompson is the daughter of Rusty and Patti
Thompson. Her high school
activities include: National
Honor Society, serving as
president this year; Student
Council; Junior Optimist,
serving as president this
year; Fellowship of Christian
Athletes; school musical;
prom committee; Teens for
Christ; Varsity D Club;
Buckeye Girls State Delegate
and was a member of the
Allen Lima Youth Leadership
Team. She participated in volleyball and softball, receiving
NWC Honorable Mention for
both; District 8 volleyball
senior all-star game and was
McDonalds Scholar Athlete

of the Week. She is a member


of Lima Community Church,
where she volunteers in the
nursery. She will attend
The Ohio State University,
Columbus, majoring in business with the intention of
attending law school.
The
Senior
Class
Executive Committee members include: Corbin Betz,
Brooke Gallmeier, Dalton
Hicks, Jessica Pimpas and
Christian Stemen.
The class colors are aqua
and silver. The class flower
is the Mini Gerber Daisy and
the class motto is Together,
we have experienced life.
Separately, we will pursue
our dreams. Forever, our
memories will remain.
Seniors graduating with
the Award of Honor are:
Michael Cline, Brooke
Gallmeier, Bailey Gorman,
Noah Illig, Gage Mercer,
Jessica Pimpas and Easton
Siefker.
Seniors graduating with an
Honors Diploma determined
by the Ohio Department
of Education are: Michael
Cline, Brooke Gallmeier,
Adam Rode, Trey Smith and
Claire Thompson.
Members of the Class
of 2016 includes, Nathan
Roger Aldrich, Elizabeth
Ann Baird, Lane Richard
Bennett, Corbin David Betz,
Victoria Rose Black, Morgan
Renee Bridges, Hillery Ruth
Brotherwood,
Sebastian
David Brown, Tyler Houston
Brown, Rachel Marie Carl,
Shyanne Marie Caudill,
Riley William Claypool,
Michael Joseph Cline,
Kaitlyn Rose Cress, Cierra
Kathryn Decker, Tyler Lee
Dickrede, Grace Jalene Diltz,
Damien Michael Dudgeon,
Jordan Andrew Dudgeon,
Dalton G. Durbin, Samantha

Jo Farler, Tristan Lee Fetzer,


Brooke Michelle Gallmeier,
Cole Joseph Gasser, Ryan
Bradley Goergens, Bailey
Marie Gorman, Asya Mashel
Hamilton, Logan Catherine
Hamilton, Mackenzie Hunter
Harvey, Halee Marie Heising,
Dalton Douglas Hicks, Dylan
Demetri Hicks, Trisha Faye
Hobbs, Mackenzie Lynn
Holmes, Noah Anders Illig,
Andrew Tyler Keeling, Blake
Ryan Kimmet, Elijah James
Kimmett, Cheyanne Leigh
Klaus, Samantha Beth Klint,
Isaachariah Rook Kohorst,
Joshua Kenneth Kroeger,
Bryce James Lindeman,
Christian Lopez-Escamilla,
Austin Tyler Lucas, Matthew
Michael Lyons, Emily Grace
Marks, Alexa Elizabeth
Marlow, Bria Alexandria
McClure, Skyler Dewey
Mell, Gage Thomas Mercer,
Austin Joseph Metzger,
Alex David Neubert, Tatiana
Alexis Olmeda, Jessica JoAn
Pimpas, Ryker Lane Jarrett
Redding, Tyler Lee Ricker,
Adam Gary Rode, Zacaria
Joseph Scirocco, Easton
Daniel Siefker, Elijah Jacob
Siefker, Anastasia Lois
Slonaker, Madison Bailey
Smith, Trey Keenan Smith,
Christian Eugene Stemen,
Damion John Lynn Stephens,
Taylor Marie Stroh, Madison
Lyn Stump, Paige Elizabeth
Talboom, Joshua William
Teman, Kiersten Joy Teman,
Jake Robert Tester, Claire
Elizabeth Thompson, Sophia
Christine Thompson, Conner
Michael Townsend, Grant
Wayne Wallace, Drew
Matthew Wannemacher, John
Matthew Ward Jr., Desiree
Lynn Wessel, Anthony Ray
Ryan Whitaker, Brandy
Marie White, Kyle Steward
Williams and Sophia Fontana
Wilson.

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