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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

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BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS More than 175 Jefferson
alumni filled the Eagle Lodge hall for the
annual banquet on Saturday.
The evening opened with the welcome
by Lisa Harlan (class of 1981) and the invocation by the Rev. George Copus.
Following dinner, the 2016 Hall of Honor
inductees were announced. The Late Mel
Hoover (1954) and Don Allemeier (1946)
were the 14 and 15 members to join the hall
in its seventh year of inductions.
According to his nomination, Hoover
played on the undefeated 1953 Northwest
Conference Champion football team,
served as class treasurer, was National
Honor Society vice president, won the
Arion Award as Buffalo Bill in the class
play Annie Get Your Gun and won top
honors in the county scholarship test. He
was a member of the Varsity D Club,
played baseball and basketball, won a table
tennis championship and science awards,

was an artist for Re-Echo, tutored younger students and help construct the DelphosLima electrical towers.
Hoover attended Ohio Wesleyan
University to play football and then transferred to The Ohio State University, where
he earned his chemical engineering degree
while working full-time for the gas company. He spent a majority of his career with
Marbon and then Borg chemical companies,
starting on the line and working his way to a
position as associate technical director.
Hoovers was an adult who loved art of
all media and his adulthood, tutored the
unemployed and elderly in computer and
job skills and worked with gifted children
to expand their talent.
Hoover passed away on Oct. 9, 2014, and
left a living legacy of a $50,000 donation of
which interest earned goes to two Jefferson
seniors as a scholarship each year. The first
year, scholarships were $1,260 each.
Hoovers wife, Valentine, accepted his Jefferson Alumni inducted the class of 2016 into the Hall of Honor Saturday evening.
Hall of Honor award.
Member Brad Rostorfer, left, congratulates Valentine Hoover on accepting the award
for her late husband, Mel Hoover, class of 1954; and Don Allemeier, class of 1946.
See HONOR, page 12
(DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Ostendorf

Former
laundromat
owner dies

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Landon Butler, left, plays popcorn straw races with Trevor Lirot. The Summer Reading Program at Delphos Public Library
held Popcorn Olympics on Tuesday for the participants. Around 80 children showed up to play popcorn straw races, popcorn
toothpick swap, popcorn distance throw and popcorn cup drop. There was even a raffle for a book. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

Bark for Life


a tail-wagging
good time
Fourteen cancer survivors
and their four-legged furry
friends walked Leisure Park
Saturday afternoon for the
third annual Bark of Life
event sponsored by Dephos
Animal Hospital. Despite
the heat, dogs and owners
enjoyed hot dogs, ice cream,
and sprinklers. This years
goal is $10,000. (DHI Media/
Nancy Spencer)

DELPHOS A former Delphos


businessman has died. Walter L.
Ostendorf, 89, of Delphos passed
away on Monday at his residence.
Ostendorf was a past owner of
the Quick Clean and Econo Wash
Laundromat in Delphos.
He worked for Clark Equipment
for 34 years until they closed their
doors and then worked for General
Dynamics until he retired.
He was also an active member
of the Delphos Veterans Council
Burial Detail.
See obit on page 2.

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and diming district
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Aging building and the problems they
bring continue to dominate the Delphos City Schools
Board of Education meetings.
Members heard of more issues at Jefferson Middle
School Monday evening. According to Superintendent
Kevin Wolfe, the water pipes in the building are rusting
and decaying and will need replaced.
The building is more than 100 years old and so is the
infrastructure, Wolfe said. Those pipes are decaying and
becoming clogged. The custodians have been checking
everything and all the plumbing needs replaced.
Wolfe did not have an estimate for the plumbing project.
More costs have been realized at middle school. A
water leak was discovered in the wall at the south end of
the gymnasium and the water line had to be capped by the
city. The repair cost between $7,200-7,400.
See DISTRICT, page 12

Classifieds 10 | Entertainment 11 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Next Generation 5, 8 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-7 | Weather 2
Donations are currently being accepted for the Delphos
Kiwanis 4th of July Fireworks show. Donations can be
mailed to the Kiwanis Fireworks, PO Box 173, Delphos
or dropped off to Cindy Metzger at First Federal Bank.
They are also accepting sponsors for the annual
Duck Races. Ducks can be sponsored for $20 each or
3 for $50. Name a duck and then cheer them on during
the races.

Tender Times Child Development


Center will hold an open house for new
fall enrollment from 5:30-7 p.m. on
June 30 at 702 Ambrose Dr., Delphos.
The center is accepting registrations
for children ages 6 weeks - preK.
Call 567-765-0502 for more information.

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things you see when
you take your eyes
off your goal.
-- Henry Ford

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Volume 146, No. 1

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OBITUARIES
Betsy M. stallkamp

Mary edwards

Jan. 16, 1959-June 6, 2016


DELPHOS Betsy M.
Stallkamp, 57, of Delphos,
passed away on June 6 at her
residence.
She was born Jan. 16,
1959, to William Owensby
and Sondra (Moyer) Wilson;
her father is deceased, her
mother survives in North
Carolina.
In 1981, she was united in
marriage to Daniel Chopper
Stallkamp, who survives in
Delphos.
Betsy is also survived by her son, Jake Stallkamp of Delphos;
daughter, Angela Stallkamp of Florida; two grandsons, Shane
and Cain; three sisters, Judy Wilder and Brenda Goodrich of
Florida and DeAnna (Gordo) Colin of North Carolina; two sisters-in-law, Suzal Stallkamp of Boulder, Colorado, and Diana
(Jerry) Carder of Huntersville, North Carolina.
She is also preceded in death by a sister, Barbara Dyer; and
mother and father-in-law, Joseph and Valeta Stallkamp.
Betsy was a house wife who loved to babysit and spend time
with children. She will be remembered by her love of chalk art.
She spent endless hours with the children in the neighborhood
creating beautiful pictures and inspiring the kids along the way.
She enjoyed scrapbooking, watching and feeding the hummingbirds, sailing and spending time near the ocean.
Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home, with visitation from 2 p.m. until the time
of the service.
Contributions can be made to the Relay for Life or Delphos
Area Visiting Nurses and Hospice.

sept. 17, 1940-June 11,


2016
CLEMMONS,
North
Carolina

Mary
(Donnersbach) Edwards, 75,
of Clemmons, North Carolina,
passed away on Saturday.
She was formerly of Forest,
Ohio, and Spartanburg, South
Carolina.
She was born Sept. 17,
1940, in Bucyrus to Philomena
Donnersbach. She preceded
her in death. She was united
in marriage to Kent L. Bud
Edwards on Oct. 6, 1961. He
preceded her in death on Oct.
19, 2005.
She is survived by a son,
Thomas (Lori) Edwards of
Spartanburg, South Carolina;
and a daughter, Kimberly
(Kim) Flowers of Clemmons.
She was also preceded in death by a sister, Kate
Jackson.
Mass of Christian Burial
will begin at 11 a.m. Friday
at St. John the Evangelist
Catholic Church, Delphos,
the Rev. Daniel Johnson officiating.
Friends may call from 5-8
p.m. on Thursday at Harter
and Schier Funeral Home,
where a parish wake will be
held at 7:30 p.m.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Hospice &
Palliative Care Center, 101
Hospice Lane in Winston
Salem, NC 27103 with a
memo of Mary Edwards or
St. Marys School in Shelby.

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June 13, 2016

DELPHOS Walter L.
Ostendorf, 89, of Delphos,
The
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home surrounded by his family.
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
He was born March 16,
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ered by carrier in Delphos for
and Emma (Millenbaugh)
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Ostendorf, who preceded him
delivery outside of Delphos is
in death. He was united in mardone through the post office for
riage on Dec. 30, 1950, to Bernice Vetter, who survives in Delphos. Allen, Van Wert and Putnam
Walter is also survived by two sons, David (Margie) Ostendorf Counties. Delivery outside of
of Delphos and Dennis (Sandy) Ostendorf of Rockford, Illinois; these counties is $72 per year.
three daughters, Judy (David) Scatzer of Dallas Texas, Deb (Jeff)
Entered in the post office
Curry of Columbus, and Joanne (Dana) Wieman of Delphos. He is in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
also survived by 14 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren, with Periodicals, postage paid at
Delphos, Ohio.
three on the way.
Walter was also preceded in death by three brothers, Art, Paul
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and Ralph Ostendorf; and two sisters, Helen Lause and Elinor
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May 1, 1941-June 11, 2016
DELPHOS Billy L. Westfall, 75, of Delphos, passed on this page.
away Saturday at St. Ritas Medical Center Inpatient Hospice
Care Unit.
His Family. He was born May 1, 1941, in Webster
Springs, West Virginia, to Bub and Ella (Case) Westfall, who
preceded him in death. On Jan. 18, 1964, he married Mildred
Louise Nelson, who survives in Delphos.
st. ritAs
Survivors also include a daughter, Patricia (Richard)
Garrison of Delphos; a sister, Opal Pleska of Wellington; three
A girl was born June 10 to
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Erika and Jason Freewalt of
He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Tina Westfall; Delphos.
and five brothers and three sisters.
A girl was born June 13
His Farewell Services. A funeral service will be held to Natashia Shaeffer Winget
at 2 p.m. today at Weber Funeral Home, Linda and Marvin and Patrick Sterchak.
Vanburen officiating. Burial will follow in Walnut Grove
A girl was born June 13 to
Cemetery.
Kimberly and Greg Ekis of
Visitation will held an hour before the service today.
Spencerville.
Memorial contributions are to the family.

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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hickey

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hickey of Delphos will observe 50


years of marriage on June 18
Tom and the former Judy Lauer were married on June
18, 1966, at Delphos St. John the Evangelist Catholic
Church at a Solemn High Nuptial Mass by Fr. Schill, Fr.
Quenville, and Fr. Gorman. Judy worked at the rectory at
the time and the special Mass was a surprise wedding gift
to Judy and Tom from the priests. Judy and Tom did not
know they had this planned until the Mass started.
They are the parents of Patrick (Dawn) Hickey of
Chicago and Aimee Hickey of Piqua. They also have
two grandchildren, Keira Hickey and Taryn Hickey of
Chicago.
Both Tom and Judy are formally retired; however, Tom
continues to work part-time with the Delphos EMS.
To celebrate, an intimate family gathering was held on
June 11 with their children and grandchildren. A surprise
party with family and friends was held Sunday at the
Delphos Eagles lodge hosted by Patrick and Aimee Hickey.

FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
The Delphos Eagles Auxiliary
held a recent meeting during which
Kristin Bailey, Donna Burgei, Tammy
Reynolds, Cindy Ricker, Cindy Gootie,
Jan Niedecken and Barbara Barrientos
were installed as new members. Donna
Landins name was drawn for the door
award. Donna Burgei, Betty Elsea and
Chris Syfert won special awards. Fifthfifty winners were Jean Mentdrick,
Marge Koester, Johanna Klima and
Cindy Gootee.
Shauna Bowers has been one of
the bright spots in the Jefferson Lady
Wildcats softball lineup over the past
couple of seasons. Tuesday night in
Independent Softball Summer League
action at Lincolnview High School, she
threw a perfect game before giving
way to Brooke Apple in the bottom
of the fifth as the Cats clobbered the
Spencerville Lady Bearcats 12-1 in a
5-inning run-rule game.
Delphos Area Chamber of Commerce
Membership Coordinator Vicki Gossman
joined Nu Maudes Restaurant employees Carol Rode and Jeannette Moening
and chamber Executive Director Diane
Sterling for a recent ribbon-cutting.
The restaurant is under new ownership,
offering its traditional menu with many
new items to choose from.
25 Years Ago 1991
District Deputy Mary Jeanette
Menke installed new officers of the
Catholic Daughters of the Americas at
the business meeting at the Knights of
Columbus hall. Margaret Fischer served
as ritual coordinator. Color guards were
Alice Heidenescher, Irene Schwinnen,

75 Years Ago 1941


Two of three persons who took the
Delphos Civil Service examination for
fireman have been placed on the eligibility list. Those passing the examination are Walter Hartlieb and Clarence
Hoelderle. Two men are on the list as
holdovers from a previous examination.
They are Eitel Planer and Paul Clinger.
The local Capitol Theatre softball
team was idle again Friday evening as
the Lima Major League card was rained
out for the third time in the last 10 days.
No date has been set as to when they
will be played. Monday evening, the
Theatre team will go to Bluffton to meet
the Readrite team there.
The Ladies Bible Class of the United
Brethren Church met Friday evening
with Mrs. Ray Upperman, South Canal
Street. Bessie Barnett was the leader of
the group. Barnett read the scriptures
and Mrs. Albert Harpster led in prayer.
The concluding prayer was given by
Mrs. Charles Hering and Mrs. Wesley
Mullenhour. Guests were Mrs. Clyde
Harpster and Mrs. Francis Scott.

50 Years Ago 1966


More than 30 women spent the day
golfing at the Delphos Country Club
Tuesday. Drawing for foursomes was
held and captains for the hi-lo teams
were selected. The team of Doris Shenk
and Mary Lou Menke took the award for
the low gross and Dorothy Odenweller
and Dorothy Whitaker had the best low
net score. Captains for the day were
Rosemary Wolery and Bonnie Meyer.
Mary Martha Bible Class of the
Christian Union Church held its annual combined family picnic and good
fellowship meeting Tuesday evening at

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supper, the meeting was opened with
nine members present. Hazel Diltz was
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Members of the Catholic Ladies of
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the second inning and a two-run home
run to Mike Fitzgerald in the fourth.
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waiting for adoption. Each comes with a spay or neuter,
first shots and a heartworm test. Call 419-991-1775.

Information submitted
LANDECK Twenty-seven members attended the May
meeting of Landeck Council 84, Catholic Ladies of Columbia.
The group held a carry-in picnic.
Immaculate Mary was sung while Sister Immacolata
crowned Mary, mother of Jesus.
Gas card tickets were handed out to all members. Tickets
need turned in by the second week of July.
Fifty-fifty winners were Marilyn Heitz and Janet Siefker.
Quarter winners were Louise Westbay, Mary Lee Miller and
Millie Kroeger. Club 25 winner for May was Barb Heitz; June,
Velma Wehri; July, Norma Ditto; and August, Cyndie Smith.
The May gas card winner was Delphos Senior Citizens Inc.
The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 13. Nikki
Siefker will give a Pampered Chef cooking show with cashand-carry items available.
The committee is Joan Bockey and Jane Rahrig.

June 16
Dustin Lehmkuhle
Lucas Michael Noening
Angie Carder
Victoria Utrup
Diane Grothouse
Syndal Karhoff
Kristina Franks
Sheeba Banks
Martha Fletcher
June 17
Amy Cross
Austin Ladd

Chad Martin
Jordan Herron
Wanda Lause
Heather Pohlman
Kassandra Klinefelter
Aleigha Schabbing
June 18
Connor Schwartz
John Turnwald
Jessica Sandy
Scarlett Kemper
Howard Smitty Smith

Cooper Hound is one of


9 puppies born at the shelter. Nine wonderful Coon
One Eye Willie is a
Hound puppies are look- young male domestic short
ing for their forever home. hair.
The following free pets are in need of a new loving
home through the Animal Protective League:
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 a home.
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
donation or have any other correspondence: our mailing
address is The APL, PO BOX 321, Van Wert OH 45891.
We do not have a shelter or any foster homes so please
keep your pets until a new home is found!

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10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the St. Johns
Chapel.
6:30 p.m. Delphos Kiwanis Club, Eagles Lodge, 1600 E.
Fifth St.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
7:30 p.m. Hope Lodge 214 Free and Accepted Masons,
Masonic Temple, North Main Street.
Sons of the American Legion meet at the Delphos Legion hall.
The Fort Jennings Board of Education meets in the library.
THURSDAY
9-11 a.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N.
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10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
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11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
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3-7 p.m. The Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
5:30 p.m. The Delphos Canal Commission meets at the
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7 p.m. Spencerville Local Schools Board of Education meets.
St. Johns Athletic Boosters meet in the Little Theatre.
7:30 p.m. Delphos Chapter 26 Order of the Eastern Star
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Delphos VFW Auxiliary meets at the VFW Hall, 213 W. Fourth
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10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
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11 a.m.-4 p.m. Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
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St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge of the St.
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10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
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12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos Fire and
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The Herald 5

Next Generation
Honor rolls
Lincolnview Junior/High schools
Junior high
Gold Honor Roll (3.7004.0)
Seventh grade
Jacob Allen, Brok Bill,
Jacob Bowersock, Justin Braun,
Dylann Carey, Aaron Cavinder,
Fletcher Collins, Brianna Ebel,
Cole Gorman, Creed Jessee,
Madison Langdon, Clayton
Leeth, Makenna Mason, Peter
McMaster, Anne Mendenhall,
Daniel Miller, Elaina ONeill,
Collin Overholt, Zander Pence,
Christapher Piske, Caleb Price,
Ariel Pruden, Brice Pruden,
Jessica Reynolds, Alexander
Rosbaugh, Samantha Sellers,
Gage West, Arin Williams and
Madison Williams.
Eighth grade
Lana Carey, Gavin Carter,
Logan Daeger, Madelyn
Dunn, Clayton Harris, Desiree
Reinhart, Joseph Sadowski,
Victoria Snyder
Blue Honor Roll (3.3303.699)
Seventh grade
Adam Berryman, Carson
Bowen,
Mia
Damman,
Elizabeth Eaton, Madysen
Glossett, Ashley Hertel,
Delaney Keysor, Anastasia
Kuentzler, Ambrion Merriman,
Camden Miller, Evan Mongold,
Landon Moody, Ethan Rinehart,
Kacey Stewart, Samuel
Wolfrum, Hanna Young and
Hannah Zickefoose.
Eighth grade
Sierra Adams, Devon Bill,
Tori Boyd, Kerstin Davis,
Derick, Kegan Dougal, Natalie
Fetzer, Zoey Font, Ryan

Knisely, Haylee Kohler, Alexis


Marie Miller, Alexis Nikole
Miller, Shanai Profit,Hanna
Scaggs and Jaden Spray.
High school
Gold Honor Roll (3.70-4.0)
Sophomores
Lakin Brant, Ryleigh Dye,
Braxton Fox, Jo HansenBauen, Jacob Hauenstein,
Ethan Kemler, Brayden,
Langdon, Erin Miller, Kylee
Mongold, Grant Slusher,
Madeline Snyder, Thad Walker,
Adia Welch, Austin Welker and
Carly Wendel.
Sophomores
Kaitlyn Brenneman, Frankie
Carey, Alexandra Crow, Olivia
Gorman, Miah Katalenas,
Alena
Looser,
Marissa
Miller, Dylan Neate, Chayten
Overholt, Haley Pollock, Kayla
Schimmoeller,
Mackenzie
Shepherd, Sydni Thatcher,
Allison Warnement, Trinity
Welch and Alana Williams.
Juniors
Macala
Ashbaugh,
Allison Berryman, Kelsey
Brenneman, McKenzie Davis,
Ryanne DuCheney, Andrew
Fickert, Kaytlynn Gellenbeck,
Makenzie Kraft, Zoe Miller,
Nicholas Motycka, Ryan Rager,
Kayla Schroeder, Brooke
Thatcher, Katlyn Wendel and
Dillan Woods.
Seniors
Chandler Adams, Allison
Bendele, Ashton Bowersock,
Sarah Cowling, Morgan
Dougal, Anna Gorman,
Gracelyn Gorman, Madison
Jones, Lauren Leatherman,

Austin Leeth, Hayden Ludwig,


Taite McKinney, Trevor Neate,
Kershin Pavel, Max Rice,
Brooke Schroeder, Colton
Snyder, Braden Thatcher and
Briggs Thatcher.
High school
Blue Honor Roll (3.3303.699)
Sophomores
Coty Baer, Dannielle Baer,
Raegan Boley, Hatti Bouillon,
Alek Bowersock, Rylee Byrne,
Brendan Hanf, Kylie Hohman,
Levi McMaster, Morgan
Miller, Samuel Myers, Joshua
Oberlitner, Andrew Robinson,
Maria Sarver, Ethan Swallow,
Kyle Wallis, Courtney West and
Logan Williams.
Sophomores
Isiac Bowersock, Lakin
Clemons, Keegan Cowan,
Kailey Denman, Madison
Dickson, Joshua England,
Jacob Hale, Cameron McAbee,
Tristin Miller, Nathan ONeill,
Hannah Riley, Caden Ringwald
and Storm Whitaker.
Juniors
Hunter Bugh, Ethan Culp,
Jayden Dickson, Austin Elick,
Kaylee Hobbs, Angel Proctor,
Joshah Rager, Claira Rhoades
and Grace Richey.
Seniors
Savannah Bigham, Alissya
Griffith, Dustin Hale, Dakota
Hammons, Samantha Klausing,
Ethan
Kleman,
Alyssa
Matthews, Noah McMaster,
Autumn Proctor, Parker
Sealscott, Whitney Welker and
Derek Youtsey

Ottoville High School


Seniors
All As
Jennifer Burgei and Alena Horstman.
Honor roll
Austin Agala-Montano, Erica Brickner, Adam
Butler, Brooke Gable, Makayla Hoersten, Carly
Kortokrax, Nathaniel Ricker, Brendon Schnipke,
Rudy Wenzlick and Drew Williams.
Juniors
All As
Michaela Byrne, Madison Knodell, Brooke
Mangas and Rebecca Violet.
Honor roll
Taylor Boecker, Maizee Brinkman, Emitt
German, Alicia Honigford, Alexis Thorbahn and
Eric Von Sossan.
Sophomores
All As
Megan Burgei, Abigail Hilvers, Cassandra
Kemper, Emily Landin, Bethany Maag, Makayla
Miller, Joshua Sarka and Brendan Siefker.
Honor roll
Evan Boecker, McKenna Byrne, Valeria
Farina, April Horstman, Katlyn Kelch, Karie
Ladd, Bridget Landin, Kara Landin, Julia
Langhals, Zane Martin, Amber Miller, Brittany
Schleeter, Clayton Schnipke, Madicyn Schnipke,
Lindsay Schweller, Brendon Stoner and Nicole
Williams.
Freshmen
All As
Ethan Geise, Kasey Knippen and Quinley

Schlagbaum.
Honor roll
Hunter Boecker, Cameron Calvelage,
Kambrie Edelbrock, Olivia Gamble, Brynlee
Hanneman, Ashley Herman, Haley Hoersten,
Zachary Knippen and Carson Stoner.
Eighth grade
All As
Kylee Hoersten, Trevor Horstman, Elijah
Knodell, Ashlee Landin, Halle Landin and Evan
Turnwald.
Honor roll
Taylor Beining, Michael Burgei, Nolan
German, Hannah Hoehn, Collin Knotts, Kyle
Looser, Joseph Miller and Brendan Niemeyer.
Seventh grade
All As
Sydney Brinkman, Caden Edelbrock, Jocelyn
Geise, Alexa Honigford, Allie Honigford, Ben
Horstman, Nicole Knippen, Brooke Kortokrax,
Grant Kortokrax, Jack Langhals and Tori Thomas.
Honor roll
Chelsea Bullinger, Cole Furley, Faith Gamble,
Grace Gamble, Cooper Hanneman, Logan
Heuerman, Paige Hoersten, Jacob King, Kylee
Klenz, Alayna Leis, Kyle Manns, Carson Miller,
Elizabeth Moorman, Emily Moorman, Trae
Schlagbaum, Megan Schnipke, Brice Schroeder,
Ryan Suever, Joshua Thorbahn, Kaiden Trentman,
Peyton Wannemacher, Riley Wannemacher and
Emma Wenzlick.

Fort Jennings High School


All A Honor Roll (4.0)
Eighth grade
Kristen Luersman
Freshmen
Derek Luersman
Sophomores
Natalie Morman
Juniors
Griffin Morman and Troy
Ricker.
Seniors
Brandi Kaskel, Dillon
Schimmoeller and Jessica
Young.
Honor Roll I (3.50-3.99)
Seventh grade
Lauren Boggs, Emilee
Calvelage, Chloe Fields,
Grace Fischbach,Carmella
Fondriest, Jessie Foust, Brooke
Hellman, Evan Hoersten,
Riley Horstman, Elizabeth
Howbert, Paige Kloeppel,
Jared Liebrecht, Grace Martz,
Emma Overholtz, Troy
Sellman, Savanna Siebeneck,
Eric Wieging and Zoe Young.
Eighth grade
Kaitlyn Arrizola, Raylee
Clay, Kyle Norbeck, Sydnie
Siebeneck and Mackenna
Stechschulte.
Freshmen
Ethan Brown, Lindsey

Core, Trinity Gilbert, Abby


Grone, Lexi Hoersten, Connor
Hoersten, Katelynn Hoersten,
Kayleigh
Klir,
Justin
Liebrecht, Madison Neidert,
Haley Phelps, Erica Rau,
Simon Smith, Lexie Stant,
Megan Vetter and Austin
Weyrauch.
Sophomores
Marissa Krietemeyer, Faith
Neidert and Makenna Ricker.
Juniors
Erin Eickholt, Michael
Fields, John Gerdeman, Logan
Hardeman, Quinton Neidert,
Trevor Neidert, Stuart Smith,
Abby Von Sossan and Hailey
Young.
Seniors
Alex Berelsman, Jenna
German, Sydney German,
Drew
Grone,
Madison
Grote, Kyle Hellman, Jordan
Horstman, Lydia Mesker,
Aaron Neidert and Jacie
Thomas.
Honor Roll II (3.0-3.49)
Seventh grade
Seth Bullock, Maddison
Dickman, Reilly Fitzpatrick,
Zach
Schulte,
Nathan
Sealts, Jack Sellman, Derek
Weyrauch and Eli Zehender.

Eighth grade
Brad Eickholt,Tyler Kahle,
Jordan Kaskel, Carson Kazee,
Lydia Morman, Brandon
Suever, Chloe Wieging,
Annabelle Wisner and Noah
Wittler.
Freshmen
Nick Fields, Christina
Gerdeman, Joshua Gerding,
Nolan Grote, Jacqueline
Kaskel, Aaron Kloeppel,
Rachel Luersman, Adam
Noriega, Zach Piasecki, Ian
Ricker, Reese Von Sossan and
Alex Wieging.
Sophomores
Cole Horstman, Adam
Howbert, Erik Klausing,
Rachel Kneale, Jacob Mueller,
Luke Trentman, Vanessa
Wallenhorst, Brandon Wehri
and Allaina Zehender.
Juniors
Doc Calvelage, Lauren
Core, Dylan Wiechart, Olivia
Wieging and Haley Wittler,.
Seniors
Morgan Boggs, CJ
Cummings, Zack Finn, Kylie
Jettinghoff, Kasidy Klausing,
Renee Kraner, Alex Sealts and
Jeremy Smith.

St. Johns High School


Distinguished 4.0
Seventh grade
Paige Gaynier, Elizabeth Gerow and Erika
Moenter.
Eighth grade
Hannah Will
Freshmen
Sydney Eley, Adam Gerker and Kelly Krites.
Sophomores
Troy Elwer, Matthew Miller and Collin Will.
Seniors
Alaina Utrup
Excellent 3.5 3.99
Seventh grade
Caitlin Cox, Jayna Friemoth, Lillian
Hempfling, Addison Mueller, Curtis Mueller,
Rylee Pohlman, Abra Riley, Reagan Ulm, Renee
Unland, Cassidy Werts and Elizabeth Wrasman.
Eighth grade
Adam Bockey, Abigail Bonifas, Reagan
Clarkson, Gage Dickman, Adam Fischer, Jenia
Freewalt, Aubrie Friemoth, Leah Hays, Noah
Heiing, Abby Hensley, Paige Kline, Anna May,
Allison Miller, Cody Williams, Jacob Wrasman
and Mark Wrasman.
Freshmen
Hunter Bonifas, Grant Csukker, Trevor
German, Rachel Hellman, Makayla Herron,
Jarad Hesseling, Ethan Kerzee, Caroline Kopack,
Kylee Moenter, Amber Palte, Erin Pohlman,
Kayla Pohlman, Luke Reindel, Trent Vonderwell,
Elizabeth Vorst, Justin Wieging and Jared Wurst.
Sophomores
Lucy Bonifas, Elizabeth Csukker, Matthew
Dickrede, Madison Ellis, James Garrett III,
Annette Klausing, Corey Koverman, Kelsey
Martz, Marie Mueller, Cole Reindel, Abigail
Stocksdale and Cody Wright.
Juniors
Ryan Dickman, Jace Fish, Maya Gerker, Kelsi
Gillespie, Deven Haggard, Connor Hesseling,
Madison Jettinghoff, Evyn Pohlman, Lexi
Pohlman, Nicholas Pohlman and Courtney
Wrasman.
Seniors

Derek Anthony, Owen Baldauf, Alexander


Bonifas, Connor Britt, Madelyn Buettner, Sydney
Fischbach, Alexandra Hays, Hayley Jettinghoff,
Bailey Kill, Evan Mohler, Anna Mueller, Curtis
Pohlman, Madeline Pohlman, Rachel Pohlman
and Ashlyn Troyer.
Merit 3.0 3.49
Seventh grade
Brianna Altenburger, Abby Buettner, Courtney
Ebbeskotte, Katlynn Feathers, Jason Gillespie,
Derek Haggard, Leah Hodgson, Trent Lindeman,
Jeffrey Odenweller, Emma Reindel, Kambrynn
Rohr, Jada Schafer, Anna Schneer and Michaela
Shawhan.
Eighth grade
Hannah Elwer, Blake Fischbach, Jill Gemmer,
Brady Grothaus, Braeden Parrish, Gunnar Stemen
and Alaina Thornton.
Freshmen
Hayleigh Bacome, Ean Boecker, Halle Hays,
Dominic Hines-Metzger, Tyler Ruda, Cassidy
Schafer, Curtis Schwinnen, Emma Shafer,
Addison Sheeter, Skye Stevenson and Colin
White.
Sophomores
Hannah Bockey, Ethan Bonifas, Olivia
Buettner, Kennedy Clarkson, Evan Grothouse,
Brooke Hodgson, Connor Hulihan, Brayden
Kill, Benjamin Mohler, Isaac Musser, Jessica
Odenweller, Haley Rode, Casey Sanders, Adam
Schneer, Troy Schwinnen and Jacob Smith.
Juniors
Brandy Baldauf, Jordan Castle, Alexis
Deffenbaugh, Jessica Geise, Ally Gerberick,
Bailey Gordon, Jana Hamilton, Jacob Hellman,
Jared Honigford, Derek Klausing, Austin Lucas,
Brooklyn Mueller, Quincy Querry, Aaron
Reindel, Breece Rohr, Abbey Sheeter, Mackenzie
Stose, Joshua Warnecke and Jacob Youngpeter.
Seniors
Brian (James) Buettner, Emilie Buettner, Chad
Etgen, Madison Fulk, Ryan Hellman, Olivia
Kahny, Lanna Klausing, Tyler Ledyard, Megan
Maas, Jordan Mohler and Erin Williams.

Kalida High School


All As
Sixth grade
Brandt Brinkman, Blake
Eickholt, Kenzie Fortman,
Madison
Kahle,
Ryan
Klausing, Cole Nienberg, Justin
Siebeneck, Amanda Unverferth,
Brooke Vennekotter, Molly
Westrick, Samantha Westrick,
Zoey Westrick and Peyton
Wurth.
Seventh grade
Hannah Berheide, Olivia
Decker, Luke Erhart, Paige
Helmke, Jayce Horstman,
Katelyn Kahle, Jillian Knueve,
Kevin Lammers, Marcy
Landwehr, Ryan Lucke, Jennifer
Rall, Kathryn Siebeneck, Tyler
Unverferth, Jasmine Vorst and
Will Zeller.
Eighth grade
Clay Bellmann, Mckenna
Bockrath, Danielle Buss, Clara
Elkins, Kyla Fortman, Kaylee
Heitmeyer, Claudia Hopkins,
Kaitlyn Keefer, Tyler Klausing,
Madison Langhals, Abby
Maag, Mckayla Maag, Grace
Miller, Carlie Rampe, Evan
Roebke, Zachary Von Der
Embse, Kamryn Wurth and
Sydney Wurth.
Freshmen
Keith Doepker, Tara
Gerding, Trevor Lambert,
Grant Laudick, Christian
Nartker, Owen Niemeyer,
Ethan Schmenk, Cameron
Siebeneck, Trevor Vorst and
Maidge Westrick.
Sophomores
Nicholas Cleemput, Alecia
Dunn, Kevin Hamburg, Jacob
Kahle, Joshua Klausing, Taylor

Lucke, Tori Niese and Kierstan


Siebeneck.
Juniors
Erica Edwards, Bailey
Eickholt, Brianna Good, Brooke
Kimball, Jeffrey Knueve, Abby
Langhals, Trent Siebeneck and
Jade Zeller.
Seniors
Catherine Basinger, Kylie
Buss, Sarah Hovest, Brady
Laudick, Brooke Lucke, Kylie
Osterhage, Allison Recker,
Paige Roller, Grant Unverferth,
Kassandra Warnecke and
Allison Wurth.
AB Honor Roll
Sixth grade
Logan Bockrath, Kylie
Creller, Grace Niemeyer,
Gabriel Roof, Adam Siefker,
Jakob Swyers, Abraham
Verhoff, Grant Vorst and Ella
Wehri.
Seventh grade
Emily Buss, Ben Doepker,
Connor Erhart, Stephanie
Kahle, Grace Klausing, Reagan
Klausing, Mitchell Langhals,
Dara Lewis, Melanie Meyers,
Brandon Miller, Carlee Recker,
Dayna Schimmoeller, Brenna
Smith and Ayden Warnecke.
Eighth grade
Alec Edelbrock, Kaden
Ellerbrock, Colin Erhart, Rieley
Hanneman, Gabe Hovest, Ella
Kaufman, Matthew Kehres,
Evan Meyers, Noah Miller,
David Peck, Brayden Recker,
Lydia Remlinger, Larissa
Schnipke, Tori Travis and
Trevor Zeller.
Freshmen
Samantha Backus, Cassidy

Decker, Adam Fitzgerald,


Collin Fortman, Nicole
Fortman, Camryn Hoffman,
Halie Kaufman, Connor
Krouse, Lauren Langhals,
Alexis Meyer, Makenna Niese,
Owen Recker, Hannah Smith,
Joshua Verhoff, Allison Wurth
and Jack Zeller.
Sophomores
Anna Berheide, Braden
Decker, Trent Guisinger,
Chandler Hopkins, Rachel
Kahle,
Sarah
Klausing,
Elizabeth Loveland, Alexander
Meyers, Connor Niese, Kara
Siefker, Jaylen Vandemark,
Hannah Warn, Kamryn Webken
and Taylor Zeller.
Juniors
Kage Bockrath, Bryce
Brinkman, Derek Buss, Kelly
Doepker, Ryan Ellerbrock,
Kristen Fortman, Layne Keefer,
Dana Knueve, Samantha
Langhals, Carlee Miller, Corey
Miller, Griffin Recker, Alexis
Schroeder, Caleb Siebeneck,
Angela Tenwalde, Adam von
der Embse and Collin Wurth.
Seniors
Zac Chamberlin, Maddison
Edelbrock, Alexa Ellerbrock,
Brandon Erhart, Trent Gerding,
Adam Goergens, Brittany
Kahle, Joni Kaufman, Laine
Laudick, Trevor Maag, Nathan
Meyers, Nathan Nordhaus,
Katerina Roehrig, Kaleb
Selhorst, Allison Siebeneck,
Katelyn Siebeneck, Taylor
Siefker, Austin Swift, Brandon
Verhoff, Alex von der Embse,
Trey Webken and Sidney
White.

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Sports

Not too early to think Cougs


about trade deadline
Jim Metcalfe
Since we are in
the month of June
and the trade deadline is fast approaching, what will the
Cincinnati Reds do?
Lets face it, the
way they are going
and we knew the
season was going to
be this way they are going to have a bit of a fire sale.
That may be only one guy Jay Bruce is likely gone
unless they can figure out how they can afford to keep him;
with the other big-salary guys like Joey Votto and Homer
Bailey untouchable because of salary (Votto) or injury or both
(Bailey; what a darned shame!) and Brandon Phillips all-in to
remain as a Red, I dont see that happening.
However, could Zach Cozart actually be considered for a
trade?
Or Adam DuVall, who is knocking the cover off the ball and
could help a potential playoff team?
Everybody else, especially the pitching staff, is a no-go
because of injuries, simple poor play or youth or a combination.
They havent had time to establish whether they have more
than just potential because they are so banged up or simply
havent played that long at this level.
Likely, the only one gone is Bruce and teams like the
Chicago White Sox could use a left-handed bat like his and a
cannon for an arm he has.
Or even a team like the Cleveland Indians with the loss of
Marlon Byrd for the season and likely his career and
Michael Brantleys continuing health issues.
He not only is hitting for a good average this year but has
returned some of his power.
Im not sure he could make the transition to left field if the
Indians asked but theres a possibility.
Hey, they might be in the buyers market this summer.
Lets hope the Redlegs can get more than one prospect or
find the moolah to keep him because he could be a big part of
a rebuilt roster because he is still only 29.
This being written, I like some of the pieces they were
forced to put together after having to trade away or allow to go
via free agency some of the previous pieces they had the last
several years.
DuVall, Tyler Holt and some of the pitchers show a lot of
promise but the latter just needs to get and stay healthy to see
what they can do.
Its not just the starters that have been a struggle but the
bullpen has show flashes of there is nothing to see here.
Maybe in the end, they have found a closer in Tony Cingrani
because JJ Hoover is a good set-up man!
The thing is, with all the problems in the rotation the
everyday lineup has been relatively sound they could actually be farther up in the standings if their bullpen wasnt so full
of it over the first part of this season.
Part of it is injury but part of it is that guys are in different
spots than what they are used to and likely in spots they really
arent capable of handling.

Metcalfes
Musings

nip error-prone Jeffcats

By Jim Cox
DHI Media Correspondent
news@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS Van Wert


scored five unearned runs in
the sixth inning to pull out a
6-4 ACME win over Delphos
Jefferson Monday.
The Cougars are now 3-5.
The Wildcats 3-4.
This was not a game to
write home about. Jefferson
committed four errors, three
of which were costly. Van
Wert had no errors, technically speaking, but several play-

able balls resulted in Wildcat


hits because of Cougar mis-

judgments on fly balls or


bounces.
The Cougs also struck out
nine times, six of them on
called third strikes.
It was 1-1 through 4
1/2 innings before the bats
came alive. Jefferson scored
three in the bottom of the
fifth. Those came on three
singles (third baseman Brett
Mahlie, catcher Dre Reed,
relief pitcher Brenan Auer),
a double (centerfielder Jacob
Boop) and a sacrifice fly
(shortstop Jace Stockwell).
That 4-1 lead didnt last
long. The Cougars tied it up
without benefit of a hit
three errors and two walks
before shortstop Nick
Gutierrez smoked a two-run
double down the left field
line 6-4, Van Wert, going
into the bottom of the sixth.
The game was far from over.
Jefferson started the bottom of the sixth by filling
the bases with no outs (double by right fielder Tyler
Shrider, hit batter (left fielder
Jordan Boop) and sacrifice

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bunt (second baseman Darius


Shurelds) with a mixup
resulting in Shurelds reaching first. However, Cougar
reliever Coby Palmer retired
the next three batters without
further harm two pop-ups
and a force out.
Neither team threatened in
the seventh.
Van Wert had taken a 1-0
lead in the top of the first on a
ground single through the left
side by centerfielder Mason
Carr and a long double to
left by third baseman Caleb
Fetzer.
The Cats tied it in the bottom of the second on a triple

By Daniel Joseph
DHI Media Staff Writer
djoseph@timesbulletin.com

See LJGA, page 7

See ERRORS, page 7

MIDDLE POINT Fresh off of their


Hardball Classic championship over the
weekend, the Crestview Knights travelled to the home of the Lincolnview
Lancers.
The Knights pulled away in the seventh inning to take down Lincolnview
and extend their winning streak to six
with an 8-4 victory on Monday night.
It was a back-and-forth affair until
the top of the seventh inning when the
Knights put a 3-spot on the board. It
started with a Brant Richardson single
and a Spencer Rolsten sacrifice bunt
to get a runner to second base. Luke

Geradot was then hit by a pitch and


advanced to second on a Lancer passed
ball, with Richardson advancing to third
base. Derek Biro singled to left-center

field, plating two runs and giving the


Knights a 7-4 advantage. Jacob Painter
stepped to the dish next and executed
a perfect squeeze bunt that allowed
Biro to come in and score. Crestview
took an 8-4 advantage into the bottom
of the seventh and it would prove to be
enough.
I thought Crestview did a really
good job at situational hitting down and
getting guys in, Lancer head coach
Nick Leeth said. Thats something that
we need to do better at going forward.
We need to get guys on from the start
and weve been focusing on that this
summer.
Lincolnview opened up the scoring
early as Chayton Overholt came around
to score on a Braxton Fox RBI single in
the first inning. They werent done yet,
though, as Thad Walker came around to
score to give the Lancers a 2-0 lead in
the first inning.
The Knights tied it in the top of the
second inning on RBI singles from

Painter and Brett Schumm.


Crestview took its first lead of the
ball game in the third inning when
Geradot hit a fly to center that was
deep enough to score a tagging Caden
Hurless. Crestview wouldnt look back.
Painter had a rough start on the
rubber for the Knights as he threw 31
pitches in the first inning while surrendering two hits, walking one and hitting
another. He settled down soon after as he
combined to throw only 19 pitches in the
second and third innings. Payton Knittle
relieved Painter in the fifth inning and
allowed just one hit while fanning two.
He was a little shaky at first, but
after that he was dialed in, Knight head
coach Jeff Helm said. He trusted his
defense and threw strikes. There are
eight other guys on the field and wasnt
afraid to use them. Im very proud of
the way he battled back after his rough
start.
Crestviews offense was helped by
five Lancer errors on the night.
We made some mental mistakes
tonight and we addressed those in the
dugout and after the game, Leeth said.
We have to control what we can and
work with we cant.
The Knights played small ball on
Monday as they pulled out two bunt singles, a successful suicide squeeze bunt
and eight stolen bases.

Let the kids play

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(Hernandez wins a 4 way playoff
for 2nd)
4 Belcher, Aaron 4 6 3 5 3 5
4 4 4 38 5 6 4 4 3 5 4 4 3 38 76/
Klausing, Derek 4 6 3 5 4 3 4 4 4
37 4 4 5 5 3 5 3 6 4 39 76
4 Reed, Sam 4 4 6 4 5 5 4 4 4
40 5 4 5 5 3 4 3 4 3 36 76
5 Miller, Jared 4 5 3 5 5 5 3
4 4 38 4 6 5 4 4 4 3 5 5 40 78/
Miller, Logan 3 5 3 6 5 4 4 4 5 39
5 6 5 5 3 4 3 4 4 39 78
6 Nelson, Jared 5 8 4 6 3 3 3
4 5 41 6 4 7 4 3 4 4 3 4 39 80/
Sweede, Tanner 4 6 3 5 5 4 4 3 6
40 6 5 5 5 4 4 3 4 4 40 80
7 Mckee, Anthony 4 5 4 6 3 4
3 4 5 38 4 5 6 4 4 4 4 8 4 43 81
8 Dray, Logan 4 6 3 5 3 4 3 4
4 36 6 4 5 7 4 4 5 7 5 47 83
9 Baughman, Evan 4 5 4 6 5 4
5 4 6 43 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 4 41 84/
Boone, Andrew 3 6 4 4 4 6 2 4 5
38 7 5 6 4 4 6 4 5 5 46 84
10 Lucas, Austin 5 5 4 6 5 5
3 4 4 41 7 6 4 6 3 5 3 7 3 44 85
11 Guerrero, Nick 5 8 3 6 5 6
5 5 5 48 8 5 5 4 3 5 3 5 4 42 90
12 Kuck, Elijah 5 6 3 8 4 5
5 5 5 46 8 6 6 4 4 5 3 5 4 45 91
13 Martinez, Dylan 9 9 3 6 6
5 4 7 4 53 8 6 5 3 4 6 6 5 5 48 101
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3 5 3 40 40
2 Mulcahy, Mary Kelly 5 6 5
4 4 4 4 5 4 41 41/Koenig, Alivia
7 4 6 3 4 5 3 4 5 41 41 (Mulcahy
defeats Koenig in a playoff for
2nd)
4 Mulcahy, Meghan 6 5 8 4 4
5 4 4 4 44 44

to left by Shurelds and RBI


single to right by Mahlie.
Shurelds started on the
mound for Jefferson and
held the Cougars to one run,
earned, and four hits during
his four innings of work. He
struck out four and walked
two.
Auer worked the next two
innings and was victimized
for the five unearned runs
on only two hits, striking out
three and walking two.
Stockwell pitched the seventh and retired Van Wert
1-2-3, striking out two.
Holden
Willingham
worked the first five innings
for the Cougars and gave up
all four Jefferson runs, all
earned, on nine hits, striking
out five and walking three.
Palmer got the win with
two good innings no runs,
one hit, no walks, no strikeouts, one hit batter.
Fetzer led Van Wert hitters, going 2 for 3, including
a double, one run, one RBI.

Knights knock off Lancers in ACME

See MUSINGS, page 7

Lima Junior Golf


Association

www.delphosherald.com

I have used this space in


the past to say that I am
not a fan of participation trophies. That hasnt changed.
Winning is important.
But how important should
be based on the age group
of the teams involved in the
competition.
I spent the past weekand-a-half following my
kids around to their various
baseball and softball games.
There are four of mine old
enough to play team sports,
and they are all in different
leagues. In each league, in
each game, however, I saw
the same troubling issues:
coaches who placed winning
above all else, including the
fair participation of the players.
There is a popular photo
circulating on social media,
perhaps youve seen it. Its
a sign posted at some little league ballpark urging
parent to remember that the
game is for the kids and that
the coaches are volunteers.
While thats true, in many
communities, the right to be
on one of those teams isnt
free; parent have to pay for
their kids to play. So when
a 9-year-old boy sits on the
bench in three innings of a
six inning game, rotating his
right field spot with two other
kids, while none of the other
players have to sit out, thats
a problem.
I ran into that scenario
earlier this week when I was
watching my son play over
in Delphos. We were seated near a family who had

come to watch their boy and


I overheard some complaints
about how little Johnny
was on the bench again and
how it wasnt fair that only
two or three kids ever had
to sit while the other nine
played every inning of every
game. This is a 9-11-year-old
league. The family had complained to the coaches and
had been told that the boy sat
because he was only nine and
needed more practice.
Hey, coaching staff: if you
dont want 9-year-old players
in your league, make it 10
and 11 only. Otherwise, let
the kids play.
This generation of young
people has more distractions
than any generation before
them. Baseball and softball
not only has to compete
with summer basketball and
summer football and summer volleyball, but it has
to compete with X box and
iPod and Netflix. And that
doesnt even mention the
typical problems like family
vacations and summer bible
school camps. When we have

the chance
to get these
kids to play
an
actual summer
sport - to
allow them
to experience
the
success and
failure that
the
game
teaches,
we need to
allow them,
each
of
them, that experience.
Baseball and softball are
games of failure, more so
than any other sport. When
the best players in the world
commit throwing errors on
routine ground balls, they
know how to put their mistakes behind them and focus
on the next play. Thats a
valuable life lesson and one
that we arent allowing our
kids to learn if we only use
our best players in any given
situation.
All kids, not just the elite
(and were talking elite
10-year-old little leaguers, so
Im using the term loosely)
should have the chance to
play and fail and learn to
succeed.
But the 9-year-old who
has to sit half the game wont
learn those lessons, and neither will the kid playing
coach-pitch who sits three
of the five innings. And neither will the t-baller who is
left on the bench while her
teammates get to play every
inning. And yes, the problem
goes that young.

See KNIGHTS, page 7

We ask our youth coaches to give of their time and


we offer little in the way of
thanks. There are many youth
coaches who do it right, who
recognize that their jobs are
to, first and foremost, make
sure the kids are having fun
while learning and improving. But there are still far
too many who feel that the
only way that goal is accomplished is by playing the elite
kids only and allowing others
to fall behind.
That popular sign I mentioned before? It cautions that
no college scholarships will
be handed out on those fields
that day. I would add a note
to the coaches, alerting them
that no World Championships
will be won on those fields,
either.
I would propose a rule, in
each league, at every youth
level, that no player could
sit out more than one inning
of any game, and that no
player could sit twice until
all players have sat at least
once. Sadly, unless a rule
such as this one exists, there
will always be parents of a
7-year-old, sitting and watching somebody elses child
play ball while theirs sits on
the bench most of the game,
every game.
A job of a youth coach, be
it of 5- and 6-year-olds or any
age group up through junior
varsity is this: make sure you
are helping all of your players
be the best they can be when
they get to the next level. All
of your players. Not just the
top nine or 10 on your team.

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Sports

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

The Herald 7

Blue Jays split in ACME


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

LIMA St. Johns was involved in many


a pitchers duel this spring baseball season
and continuing into the ACME season.
Like the second game Saturday afternoon
at Simmons Field in Lima against Tinora in
the Lima Central Catholic summer tournament.
The Blue Jays improved to 5-1 when they
scored an unearned run in the bottom of the
ninth to grab a 3-2 victory over the Rams.
Earlier in the morning, the Jays fell 12-8
to Findlay.
In the middle game, the Trojans overcame
a 5-run by the Rams for a 6-4 lead in the bottom of the sixth with four in the upper seventh
for an 8-6 triumph.
The Jays, tied 2-2 entering the last of the
ninth, got leadoff hitter Collin Will aboard on
an opening error. He then stole second after
Tye Norden, in his fourth frame of relief for
starter Kyle Beck, tried to pick him off, and
took third on an error on another pickoff try.
Two outs later, Jacob Youngpeter was hit by a
pitch and Lincoln Mueller walked to load the
bases. On a 3-2 count, Tony Sanders lined a
sinking drive to short left field and a diving
Gabe Griner couldnt quite come up with the
catch as Will scored the walk-off run.
The Jays forced extras with a 2-run rally
in the home fifth off Beck to draw the game
even at 2-2. Youngpeter ripped a single up
the middle, burgled second and scored on a
1-out 2-bagger to right center by Sanders. An
out later, he scored on a line single down the
left-field line by Brady Grothaus to tie it at 2.
The Rams got their only runs in the top
of the fourth against Blue Jay starter Josh
Warnecke (who went the first seven frames
and gave up only 2 hits while walking 4 and
fanning 10) without benefit of a hit. Griner
opened with a free pass and reached third on
a passed ball and wild pitch. Spencer Giesige
walked and promptly pilfered second. Chase
Hahns bounceout plated Griner and a wild
pitch got Giesige in from third.
Will got the win with two innings of relief.
In the days opener, the Jays batted around
without benefit of a hit in the upper first
to go up 4-0. They totaled four bases-on-balls
against Trojan starter Omar Boderick, including with the bases-loaded to Dominic Metzger
(scoring Curtis Schwinnen); a sacrifice fly by
Lincoln Mueller (plating Youngpeter); and
two errors, plating Sanders and Troy Elwer;
to account for those four runs.
The Jays played poor defense behind starter Troy Elwer for his 2 1/3 innings, giving up
seven unearned runs.
That started in the home second when
Findlay plated five runs, being the beneficiary
of three errors by the Jays and a passed ball
and adding a pair of hits.
The Jays got their other four tallies with
two down in the third, sending 10 to the dish.
They put together two hits (Mueller and Carter
Teman) and four straight walks (Grothaus,

Adam Gerker, Sanders and Schwinnen)


scoring Mueller, Teman and Grothaus
that finished Boderick (for Miles Yates).
Youngpeter promptly walked to plate Gerker
for an 8-5 edge but they left the bases loaded.
The Jays only had three more base-runners
in the final four frames.
The Jays committed four more errors in
the home third as the Trojans scored three
more times to get within 8-7, chasing Elwer
(for Sanders).
Findlay went in front in the fourth, this
time getting four hits. They got run-scoring
singles by Donovan Blend, Michael Leonard
and Loren Couch, plus scored a run on an Jeff Koz (16) tries to fend off Nascars Kenny Wallace during the modified feature at
Limaland Friday night. (DHI Media/Mike Campbell Photos)
error, to go up 11-8.
The Trojans scored the final run in the
sixth on a free pass to Brayden Shindeldecker,
a stolen base and a single by Blend.

LMP has busy Friday night

ST. JOHNS 3, TINORA 2 (9 Innings)


TINORA (2)
Spencer Giesige ss/3b 3-1-0-0, Bailey Feeney 3b/c
3-0-1-0, Chase Hahn cf 4-0-0-1, Trey Hurtt eh/rf 3-0-0Information Submitted
0, Devin March c/lf/eh 3-0-0-0, Ryan Mohr 1b 3-0-0-0,
Collin Derrow 2b 3-0-1-0, Tye Norden rf/p 2-0-0-0, Kyle
LIMA With the weather
Beck p/ss 2-0-0-0, Cade Grube eh/rf 3-0-0-0, Gabe Griner
lf/eh/lf 2-1-0-0. Totals 31-2-2-1.
heating up, so did the action
ST. JOHNS (3)
Collin Will ss/p 4-1-0-0 Troy Elwer cf 4-0-0-0, Josh at Limaland Motorsports
Warnecke p/ss 4-0-0-0, Jacob Youngpeter 1b 2-1-1-0, Park Friday night.
Lincoln Mueller rf/eh 2-0-0-0, Tony Sanders lf 4-1-2-2,
Headlining the Stolly
Dominic Metzger 3b 3-0-0-0, Brady Grothaus eh/rf 3-0Insurance
Group Night were
1-1, Adam Gerker 2b 3-0-0-0, Carter Teman c 3-0-0-0.
the Bud Thunderstocks,
Totals 32-3-4-3.
Score by Innings: R H E
along with the Ricks Truck
Tinora 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 - 2 2 4
and Equipment B.O.S.S. Non
St. Johns 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 - 3 4 2
Game-winning run scored with 2 outs in bottom Wing Sprint Cars and the K
of the 9th
& N UMP Modifieds.
E: Derrow 2, Warnecke 2, Giesige, Feeney; LOB:
NASCAR driver Kenny
Tinora 8, St. Johns 4; 2B: Feeney, Sanders; SB:
Wallace
and his 36W was
Youngpeter 2, Giesige, Hurtt, Beck, Will; Sac: Mueller.
TINORA
the featured attraction and he
Beck 5.0 3 2 2 1 3
took the top spot in the 20-lap
Norden (L) 3.2 1 1 0 1 1
K&N UMP Modifieds feaST. JOHNS
ture race.
Warnecke 7.0 2 2 1 4 10
Will (W) 2.0 0 0 0 2 2
He beat a field of 20, with
WP: Warnecke 3. HBP: Youngpeter (by Norden).
Jeff
Koz and his 16 car the
PB: Teman. BB: Giesige, Feeney, Hurtt, Norden, Beck,
Griner, Youngpeter, Mueller. Pitches-Strikes: Beck 64-41, runner-up.
Norden 57-34; Warnecke 116-67, Will 35-25.
Tony Anderson, in his
============
familiar
22T car, grabbed
FINDLAY 12, ST. JOHNS 8
first place in the 22-car Bud
ST. JOHNS (8)
Tony Sanders cf/p 2-1-0-1, Curtis Schwinnen c 2-1-1- Thunderstocks A-Main, beat1, Jacob Youngpeter 1b 2-1-1-1, Troy Elwer p/ss 3-1-0-0, ing Jordon Conover and his 7
Dominic Metzger 3b/cf 3-0-0-2, Lincoln Mueller lf 3-11-1, Carter Teman rf 4-1-1-0, Brady Grothaus ss 3-1-0-0, car in the 15-lap feature.
Adam Gerker 2b 3-1-0-1. Totals 25-8-4-7.
Conover won the second
FINDLAY (12)
heat
while Anderson was secCarter Fox cf 4-1-0-1, Will Kiffmeyer rf 4-0-0-0,
ond
in
heat 3.
Tyler Lydick ss 4-1-1-0, Brayden Shindeldecker 1b 2-41-0, Donovan Blend lf 4-1-2-1, Michael Leonard c 4-3In the Non Wing Sprint
1-2, Aaron DeMuth 2b 4-1-2-1, Loren Couch 3b 4-1-1-2, Cars, Steve Irwins O car beat
Espen Taylor dh 4-0-0-0, Omar Boderick p 0-0-0-0, Miles
out a field of 24 in the 25-lap
Yates p 0-0-0-0. Totals 34-12-8-7.
A-Main.
Score by Innings: R H E
St. Johns 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 - 8 4 8
That field came out of five
Findlay 0 5 2 4 0 1 x - 12 8 2
heat
races and two B-Main
E: Elwer 2, Grothaus 2, Sanders, Schwinnen, Metzger,
Mueller, Lydick, Couch; DP: Findlay 1; LOB: St. Johns races.
7, Findlay 6; SB: Shindeldecker 3, Leonard 2, Fox,
Action continues to heat
Kiffmeyer, Lydick, Blend, DeMuth, Couch; CS: Gerker
up
Friday back at the old
(by Leonard); SF: Mueller.
1/4-miler.
IP H R ER BB SO
Limaland
Motorsports
ST. JOHNS
Elwer 2.1 2 7 0 0 1
Park - 6/10/2016
Sanders (L) 3.2 6 5 5 2 1
Stolly Insurance Group
FINDLAY
Night
Boderick 2.2 2 8 6 8 0
Bud Thunderstocks
Yates (W) 4.1 2 0 0 1 3
Heat 1 - (8 Laps - Top 8
WP: Elwer, Sanders, Yates. PB: Schwinnen. BB:
Shindeldecker 2, Sanders, Schwinnen 2, Youngpeter 2, Transfer)
1. 17J-Jarrod Klay; 2.
Metzger, Grothaus, Gerker.

Musings
(Continued from page 6)
Not every pitcher can be a closer or a set-up man or even the seventh-inning guy to face a
left-hander for one out; those are positions that you have to have a different-than-normal mentality than a starter.
As I wrote before, JJ is no closer but that doesnt mean he doesnt fill a much-needed role
as a set-up man.
The Indians are having a solid year but its clear they need to get some more punch in the
lineup as well if they want to continue their first-place hold on the American League Central.
Thats why a trade for Bruce would make some sense unless they couldnt afford it.
I think they could as a so-called mercenary for a season someone brought it like this
for one purpose: to help a team get to the playoffs; but they might have to give up more than
they want to give them more flexibility.
Whether they would have the intention to keep him for next year and give him the contract he desires is a question I cant answer because they are in the same boat as Cincinnati: a
small-market team with less than infinite resources.
Bruce will earn over $12.5 million this year and $13 million in 2017, the option year; theres
a $1 million buyout for next season.
My guess should that year be bought out, he will ask for $19 million or more at least
for five years as a player entering his prime.
It wont be the New York Evil Empire ... er, Yankees or their perennial counterparts, the
Boston Red Sox.
He has a limited no-trade clause and those teams are on that list, so its likely he wouldnt
sign with them ... unless they double his salary.
Should be a fun next couple of months ... or crazy, depending on your perspective!

Errors

(Continued from page 6)


Jacob Boop (3 for 4, including a double,
two RBI) and Mahlie (2 for 3, one run, one
RBI) led Jefferson.

Van Wert (6)


Carr cf 3-1-1-0, Lee lf 3-1-0-1, Fetzer 3b/2b 3-1-2-0,
Gutierrez 4-0-1-2, Blackmore 1b/3b 4-0-0-0, Eddins rf
4-1-0-0, Pierce c 3-1-1-0, Willingham p 0-0-0-0, Wehner
dp 4-1-0-0, Chiles 2b 2-0-1-0, Temple 1b 1-0-0-0. Totals
31-6-6-4.

LJGA

(Continued from page 6)

5 Burgess, Taylor 5 9 6 5 4 5
4 4 6 48 48/Naumann, Ellen 9 7
5 5 3 6 4 5 4 48 48
6 Coughlan, Kennedy 5 6 8 6
5 6 6 5 4 51 51
7 Miller, Grace 7 5 9 8 5 6 4
5 4 53 53
GIRLS 16-18
1 Schmitmeyer, Jill 3 5 4 4 3

Jefferson (4)
Auer 2b/p/ss 4-1-1-0, Jacob Boop cf 4-0-3-2,
Stockwell ss/p 3-0-1-1, Pulford 1b 2-0-0-0, Shrider rf
2-0-1-0, Jordan Boop lf 1-0-0-0, Shurelds p/2b 2-1-1-0,
Mahlie 3b 3-1-2-1, Reed c 3-1-1-0, Lucas eh 3-0-0-0.
Totals 27-4-10-4.
Doubles: Fetzer (VW), Gutierrez (VW), Jacob Boop
(DJ), Shrider (DJ). Triples: Shurelds (DJ). LOB: Van
Wert 8, Jefferson 8. Double Play: Gutierrez to Fetzer
(VW).
Van Wert 100 005 0 - 6 6 0
Jefferson 010 030 0 - 4 10 4
WP: Palmer. LP: Auer.

4 4 5 5 37 4 5 5 5 3 4 3 3 6 38 75
2 Sammons, Sierra 3 5 4 5 5
5 4 4 5 40 5 5 6 4 3 5 4 5 3 40
80/Mitchell, Jennifer 4 7 3 5 4 5
3 6 4 41 5 6 5 4 3 6 3 4 3 39 80
(Sammons defeats Mitchell in a
1-hole playoff
4 Spainhower, Megan 4 5 4
5 5 4 4 5 5 41 3 5 8 6 3 5 5 4
3 42 83
5 Coughlan, Kayleigh 7 8 3

7 6 5 3 6 6 51 9 3 6 6 4 5 4 4
3 44 95
PEEWEE (11 & UNDER)
1 Wurm, Haylee 4 5 5 4 5 5
6 4 5 43 43
2 Hasting, Sullivan 8 7 4 5 6
4 5 8 6 53 53
3 McKinley, Kallie 9 9 8 5 6
7 4 5 6 59 59
4 Noble, Douglas 10 10 9 8 6
8 6 8 6 71 71

21H-Brad Conover; 3. 67-Eddie


Shaner; 4. O9-Dane Arvin; 5.
23-Casey Barr; 6. O1-Blake
Spalking; 7. 32-Scott Boyd Jr.;
8. 5T-Dwayne Treon
Heat 2 - (8 Laps - Top 8
Transfer)
1. 7-Jordon Conover; 2.
OO-Daniel Sanchez; 3. 69-Rob
Trent; 4. 2-Shayne Meadows; 5.
19-Bill Reimund; 6. 1W-Mark
Wooten; 7. 18-Fred Dow Jr; 8.
26-Justin Long
Heat 3 - (8 Laps - Top 8
Transfer)
1. 82-Chris Douglas; 2.
22T-Tony Anderson; 3. 89-Keith
Shockency; 4. 1J-Jason Jimison;
5. 1-Justin Hamilton; 6. 54-Dan
Wooten; 7. 27-Frank Paladino
A-Main - (15 Laps)
[#]-Starting Position
1. 22T-Tony Anderson[6]; 2.
7-Jordon Conover[3]; 3. 69-Rob
Trent[8]; 4. 17J-Jarrod Klay[4];
5.
1J-Jason
Jimison[12];

6. 27-Frank Paladino[21];
7.
19-Bill
Reimund[14];
8. 82-Chris Douglas[2]; 9.
2-Shayne Meadows[11]; 10.
67-Eddie Shaner[7]; 11. 89-Keith
Shockency[9]; 12. 1W-Mark
Wooten[17]; 13. O1-Blake
Spalking[16]; 14. 1-Justin
Hamilton[15]; 15. O9-Dane
Arvin[10];
16.
23-Casey
Barr[13];
17.
OO-Daniel
Sanchez[5];
18.
18-Fred
Dow Jr[20]; 19. 5T-Dwayne
Treon[22]; 20. 32-Scott Boyd
Jr.[19]; 21. 54-Dan Wooten[18];
22. 21H-Brad Conover[1]
Ricks Truck and Equipment
B.O.S.S. Non Wing Sprint Cars
Heat 1 - (8 Laps - Top 4
Transfer)
1. 57B-Brandon Spithaler; 2.
12-Kent Wolters; 3. 18D-Bobby
Distel; 4. O8-Andy Feil; 5.
59J-Kirk Jeffries; 6. 87G-Brian
Gibbs; 7. 3-Joe Butera; 8.
J1-Mark Shultz
Heat 2 - (8 Laps - Top 4
Transfer)
1. 89-Shawn Westerfield; 2.
54-Matt Westfall; 3. 39-Matt
Goodnight; 4. 14C-Cooper
Clouse; 5. 83-Brandon Spithaler;
6. 9N-Luke Hall; 7. 4-Michael
Fischesser; 8. 18N-Frank Neill
Heat 3 - (8 Laps - Top 4
Transfer)
1. O-Steve Irwin; 2.
41-Dakota Jackson; 3. 7K-Dallas
Hewitt; 4. 2-Mike Galdajda; 5.
53-Steve Little; 6. 17-Kevin
Myers; 7. 71C-Barney Craig; 8.
82-Mike Miller
Heat 4 - (8 Laps - Top 4
Transfer)
1. 5A-Toby Alfrey; 2.
4J-Justin Owen; 3. 32M-Derrick
Hastings;
4.
91X-Aaron
Middaugh;
5.
14-Chad
Wilson; 6. 21-Travis Hery; 7.
5-Bob Mcmillin; 8. 24C-Lee
Underwood
Heat 5 - Heat 5 (8 Laps - Top
4 Transfer)
1. 18-Todd Keen; 2.
2OI-Dustin Ingle; 3. 9G-Cody
Gardner; 4. 87D-Paul Dues; 5.
96-Rylie Bonhise; 6. OC-Chris
Vanderwide; 7. 63D-Jim Dues;
8. 71-Strantton Briggs
B-Main #1 - (10 Laps - Top
2 Transfer)
1. 9N-Luke Hall; 2. 59J-Kirk
Jeffries; 3. 21-Travis Hery; 4.
53-Steve Little; 5. 96-Rylie
Bonhise; 6. 18N-Frank Neill;
7. 3-Joe Butera; 8. 71C-Barney
Craig; 9. 63D-Jim Dues; 10.
24C-Lee Underwood
B-Main #2 - (10 Laps - Top
2 Transfer)
1. 14-Chad Wilson; 2.
17-Kevin Myers; 3. 83-Brandon
Spithaler;
4.
4-Michael
Fischesser;
5.
OC-Chris
Vanderwide; 6. 5-Bob Mcmillin;
7. 71-Strantton Briggs; 8.
87G-Brian Gibbs; 9. J1-Mark
Shultz; 10. 82-Mike Miller
A-Main - (25 Laps)
[#]-Starting Position
1.
O-Steve
Irwin[2];
2. 54-Matt Westfall[1]; 3.

7K-Dallas
Hewitt[13];
4.
89-Shawn Westerfield[5]; 5.
9N-Luke Hall[21]; 6. 39-Matt
Goodnight[12]; 7. 4J-Matt
Goodnight[3]; 8. 41-Dakota
Jackson[7]; 9. 18K-Dakota
Jackson[8];
10.
2-Mike
Galdajda[18]; 11. 2DI-Mike
Galdajda[9]; 12. 14-Chad
Wilson[22]; 13. 14C-Cooper
Clouse[17]; 14. O8-Andy
Feil[16]; 15. 87D-Paul Dues[20];
16. 91X-Aaron Middaugh[19];
17. 57B-Aaron Middaugh[10];
18. 32M-Derrick Hastings[14];
19. 9G-Cody Gardner[15];
20.
17-Kevin
Myers[24];
21. 59J-Kirk Jeffries[23];
22. 5A-Kirk Jeffries[6]; 23.
18D-Kirk Jeffries[11]; 24.
12-Kent Wolters[4]
K&N UMP Modifieds
Heat 1 - (8 Laps - Top 5
Transfer)
1. PO-Brody Pompe; 2.
18N-Derrick
Noffsinger;
3. 36W-Kenny Wallace; 4.
22T-Tony Anderson; 5. 20K-Bill
Keeler; 6. 4-Mike Learman;
7. 53-Clint Reagle; 8. 1X-Jj
Butler; 9. 23-Shonda Harbin; 10.
65-Todd Sherman
Heat 2 - (8 Laps - Top 5
Transfer)
1. 16-Jeff Koz; 2. O1-Jared
Spalding;
3.
36-Brandon
Vaughon; 4. 4G-Bill Griffith;
5. 2B-Darryl Banks; 6. 7-Jeff
Geis; 7. T5X-Doug Hewitt Jr; 8.
92-Kyle Shaffer; 9. 11H-Mike
Hoblein
Heat 3 - (8 Laps - Top 5
Transfer)
1. 10L-Nathon Loney; 2.
10B-Scott Bowersock; 3. 1-Will
Norris; 4. 12B-Kelly Bowlby; 5.
25-Josh Lalmaugh; 6. 3W-Dylan
Woodling; 7. 34X-Andy Bibler;
8. 69JR-Jimmy Farris Jr; 9.
22L-Bill Lewis
B-Main - (8 Laps - Top 5
Transfer)
1. 4-Mike Learman; 2.
65-Todd Sherman; 3. 7-Jeff
Geis; 4. 53-Clint Reagle; 5.
69JR-Jimmy Farris Jr; 6. T5XDoug Hewitt Jr; 7. 34X-Andy
Bibler; 8. 92-Kyle Shaffer; 9.
1X-Jj Butler; 10. 3W-Dylan
Woodling
A-Main - (20 Laps)
[#]-Starting Position
1. 36W-Kenny Wallace[7];
2.
16-Jeff
Koz[1];
3.
PO-Brody
Pompe[2];
4.
10L-Nathon Loney[3]; 5.
22T-Tony Anderson[10]; 6.
10B-Scott
Bowersock[6];
7. 65-Todd Sherman[17]; 8.
18N-Derrick
Noffsinger[4];
9. 36-Brandon Vaughon[8];
10. O1-Jared Spalding[5];
11. 12B-Kelly Bowlby[12];
12.
4G-Bill
Griffith[11];
13. 4-Mike Learman[16];
14. 1-Will Norris[9]; 15.
20K-Bill
Keeler[13];
16.
25-Josh Lalmaugh[15]; 17.
7-Jeff Geis[18]; 18. 53-Clint
Reagle[19]; 19. 69JR-Jimmy
Farris Jr[20]; 20. 2B-Darryl
Banks[14]

Knights
(Continued from page 6)
We wanted to put pressure on them and
make something happen, Helm said. They
executed when called upon to get the bunt
down or steal a base. It was a great effort
out of the kids after a very long weekend of
baseball.
The Lancers drop to 1-8-1 on the ACME
season and will be in action next on Wednesday
as they host Ayersville in a 9-inning game.
Were leaps and bounds of where we
started, Leeth said. We just have to keep
improving and well be alright. I think we are
going to really surprise a lot of teams when
we start playing them the second time around.
Im happy to see all of the improvement with
our team.
Crestview moves to 8-3. The Knights will
next host Jefferson on Wednesday.
Were getting a real feel for each other,
Helm said. We only lost two seniors from the
spring team, but there are some different roles
this summer. Players know what their roles
are when called upon and Im very pleased
with our efforts so far this season. I preach
to them, One run at a time, one hit at a time
and one inning at a time. If we keep believing

in each other, good things are going to come


with the attitude that weve developed.

Crestview (8):
Caden Hurless 3b 4-1-0-0, Brant Richardson cf 4-2-40, Spencer Rolsten ss 2-0-0-0, Luke Geradot dh 1-1-1-1,
Tanner Crowle 1b 0-0-0-0, Zech Simerman 2b 1-1-0-1,
Derek Biro 2b 1-1-1-2, Jacob Painter p/lf 3-1-1-2, Derek
Stout rf 4-0-0-0, Lance Camp rf 0-0-0-0, Payton Knittle
3-1-2-0, Brett Schumm c 2-0-1-1, Alec Ingram eh 2-0-00, Dylan Hicks ph 1-0-0-0; Totals 29-8-10-7
Lincolnview (4):
Chayten Overholt ss 2-1-0-0, Gavin Carter 3b/p
3-1-0-0, Jaden Youtsey 2b 3-0-0-0, Thad Walker lf/p/3b
3-1-1-1, Braxton Walker rf 2-1-1-1, Ethan Kemler 1b,lf
4-0-1-1, Braden Evans cf 2-0-0-0, Sam Myers 3-0-1-1,
Ethan Parsons p/1b 3-0-0-0; Totals 23-4-4-3
E Hurless, Rolsten, Carter 2, Myers 2, Kemler;
LOB CV 8, LV 7; 2B Richardson; HBP Geradot,
Simerman, Schumm, Carter, Walker; SB Knittle 3,
Richardson 2, Hurless, Painter, Schumm, Overholt,
Carter; CS Overholt
Crestview 021 110 3 8 10 2
Lincolnview 200 110 0 4 4 5
Pitching (IP-H-R-ER-BB-K):
Crestview
Painter (W) 4.1-3-4-3-6-4
Knittle (S) 2.1-1-0-0-2-2
Lincolnview
Parsons (L) 4.0-5-4-2-1-4
Walker 1.0-1-1-2-1
Carter 2.0-3-3-3-0-0
HBP Painter 2, Parsons 2, Carter; Pitches-Strikes
Painter 88-45, Knittle 46-31, Parsons 69-43, Walker
25-12, Carter 34-23.

8 The Herald

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

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Next Generation

Landeck CL of C awards
Buettner scholarship

Ottoville Lions Club President Joe Moreno, left, presents the scholarships to Erica
Brickner as Lions Secretary Brian Altenburger and Treasurer Ed Hoehn look on.
(Submitted photo)

Ottoville Lions present


scholarship to Brickner

Lauren Buettner, center, accepts the $1,000 Landeck Council 84, Catholic Ladies of
Columbia scholarship from CLC Agent Velma Wehri, right, as her mother, Carol
Buettner, looks on. (Submitted photo)
Information submitted
LANDECK Landeck Council 84,
Catholic Ladies of Columbia recently awarded
one of 25 annual $1,000 scholarships to Lauren
Buettner, daughter of Lance and Carol Buettner.
She is also the granddaughter of Richard Hugel
of Delphos and the late Betty Hugel and Richard
and Carol Buettner of Delphos.
To be eligible for a CLC Scholarship, the
individual must be an insured member of CL of
C Life Insurance for at least three years prior to
applying for the scholarship, which is awarded

for any two years of college.


Buettner is a graduate of Shawnee High
School and just completed her first year at The
Ohio State University, where she was on the
deans list. She is pursuing a degree in nursing
and plans to continue on to become a nurse
practitioner. This summer, she is working at
Roselawn Manor in Spencerville.
The CL of C is a fraternal benefit society
offering annuities, IRAs, Term and Life insurance. Fraternal benefits include matching funds,
orphan benefits, charitable contributions and
scholarships, just to name a few.

Alumni awards
2 scholarships
Halee Heising and Adam
Rode are the 2016 recipients
of Jefferson Alumni scholarships. Rode plans to attend
the University of Cincinnati,
majoring in mechanical
engineering. Heising plans
to
attend Rhodes State
College and major in business administration. Each
received $2,000. (Submitted
photo)

Putting Your
World in
PersPective

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OTTOVILLE The
Ottoville Lions Club continued their support of community youth by presenting
Ottoville High School student Erica Brickner with a
scholarship of $1,000 for
continued education. She is
the daughter of Pat and Ruth
Brickner and will be pursuing her bachelors degree
majoring in business and
accounting, while minoring
in finance at Bowling Green
State University.
Erica has demonstrated many great qualities
that make her a deserving
recipient of this scholarship.
Helping young people continue their education is one of
the challenges our community faces, and its a need our
club continues to address,
Lions President Joe Moreno.

We are also extraordinarily


grateful for the support and
contributions we continue to
receive from members of the
community that allow us to
make a difference.
In addition to the scholarship, the club conducts a variety of projects and events,
including Park Concessions,
250 Club drawing, glasses
and scrap metal recycle programs, Eddie Eyeglasses, and
an annual Reverse Draw night
in November, as well as supporting other International,
national, state and county
charitable programs.
The Ottoville Lions Club
has 48 members and meets at
8 p.m. on the first Tuesday of
every month at the Ottoville
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OU names deans list


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ATHENS More than 3,800 students from
Ohio qualified for the spring semester 2016
Deans List at Ohio Universitys Athens campus. The more than 4,500 total students on the
Deans List represented every region of the
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the Netherlands and Jamaica.
To be named to the Deans list, a student
must have earned a grade point average of at
least 3.5 for the semester through a schedule
of classes totaling at least 15 hours, 12 of

which were taken for letter grades.


Area students on the list include:
Delphos
Emma Wurst
Megan Fish
Kelsi Dickman
Kelsey Britt
Taylor Branham
Fort Jennings
Ryan Kemper
Spencerville
Caitlin Wurst
Venedocia
Stephanie Beck

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Business
Practical Money

Real Estate transfers


Allen County
Marion Township
Sheriff Samuel A. Crish and
Shannon R. Groh Et Al to Green
Tree Servicing, LLC, 8600
Piquad Road, lima, $55,000
Spencer Township
John P. Arthur and Teresa
Lynn Arthur to Diane M.
Krisher and Robert H. Krisher
Jr., 11470 Spencerville Road,
Spencerville, $251,000.
Spencerville
County Line Investments
LLC to Alyssa M. Hall and
Tyler A. Wilson, 218 Broadway
St., Spencerville, $72,200.
Putnam County
Leeann Hilty, Lot 27,
Pandora, to Anthony R. Hilty.
Alex J. Lammers and Crystal
P. Lammers, Lot 29, Ottawa, to
Rick A. Buchholz and Sally L.
Buchholz.
Theodore A. Schroeder and
Judith A. Schroeder, 1.50 acres,
Pleasant Township, to Theodore
A. Schroeder TR and Judith A.
Schroeder TR.
Theodore A. Schroeder TR
and Judith A. Schroeder TR,
Lot 1040, Columbus Grove,
to Theodore A. Schroeder and
Judith A Schroeder. Jennifer
A. Pingle, 22.682 acres, Union
Township, to Theodore A.
Schroeder TR and Judith A.
Schroeder TR.
Rose Ann Vetter TR and Rita
M. Knott TR, 19.9 acres, 20.0
acres and 20.0 acres, Jennings
Township, to JR Garden LLC.
Karen S. Deters, Lot 1314,
Ottawa, to Neil J. Diemer and
Connie M. Diemer.
Patrick E. Kissell, .48
acre and 1.121 acres, Union
Township, to Michael Taylor
and Emily Taylor.
Village of Ottawa, Lot 1612,
Ottawa, to Brad Stoepfel Real
Estate Holdings LLC.
C. Elizabeth Schmenk,
dec. aka Catherine Elizabeth
Schmenk, dec., 39.735 acres,
Riley Township, to David
J. Schmenk and Steven L.
Schmenk.
Mark G. Walls and Jo Ann
M. Walls, 1.13 acres, Jennings
Township, to Mark G. Walls
TR, Jo Ann M. Walls TR and
Rolled Away Trust.
Mark G. Walls and Jo
Ann M. Walls, 6.7670 acres
and 8.0920 acres, Jennings
Township, to Mark G. Walls,
Jo Ann Walls TR and Rolled
Away Trust.
Mark G. Walls and Jo Ann
M Walls, 4.085 acres, Jennings
Township, to Mark G. Walls
TR, Jo Ann Walls TR and
Rolled away Trust.
Mark G. Walls and Jo Ann
M. Walls, .59 acre, Jennings
Township to Mark G. Walls TR,
Jo Ann M. Walls TR and Rolled
Away Trust.
Mark G. Walls and Jo Ann
M. Walls, .50 acre, Jennings
Township, to Mark G. Walls
TR, Jo Ann Walls and Rolled
Away Trust.
Debra A. Diemer, Lot 1,
Ottawa, to Ronald E. Diemer
Sr.
Putnam County Land
Development Corporation,
Lot 446, Glandorf, to Mark
E. Stoepfel and Elaine M.
Stoepfel.
Homier Farms Inc. Lot 639,
Continental, to Robert G. Bauer.
Dennis J. Siefer, Lot 436,
Kalida, to Ross Kleman and
Heather Kleman.
Unalee Kious and Arch
Kious, 4.23 acres, Monterey
Township, to Russell A.

Warnecke.
Richard B. Sager and Sarah
E. Sager, Lot 1357, Ottawa, to
David C. Sweet and Rita M.
Sweet.
Robert L. Kaufman TR and
Judy C. Kaufman TR, Lot 36,
Continental, to Forest Geckle,
Ron Geckle and Victor Geckle,
Jr.
Theresa A. Tenwalde TR and
T. A. Verhoff Trust, .629 acre
and .70 acre, Ottawa Township,
to Theresa A. Tenwalde.
Theresa A. Tenwalde, .629
acre and .70 acre, Ottawa
Township, to Anthony S. Imm
and Darlene M. Imm.
Rick J. Stechschulte, Lot
1601, Ottawa, to Todd M.
Amstutz and Krista J. Amstutz.
Ricky L. Marquart, 2.0
acres, Liberty Township, to
Alex Amador and April J.
Amador.
Edna M. Utendorf and
Bernard R. Utendorf, 40.0
acres, Ottawa Township,
to Brenda K. Utendorf and
Nicholas Utendorf.
Joshua L. Tobe and Adrienne
Tobe, Lots 569 and 570,
Leipsic, to Craig A. Steffan.
Phillip D. Williams, Ginger
Williams and Carla J. Desota,
Lots 120 and 125, Continental,
to to JPS Oil, Inc.
Phillip D. Williams, Ginger
Williams and Carla J. Desota,
Lots 120 and 125, Continental,
to Damon Schmidt.
Shelly Lynn Verhoff TR,
Parcel 17, (Eastowne Sub.
Village of Ottawa) Ottawa
Township, to Justin Halker.
Janet E. Basinger, dec.,
Lot 519, Pandora, to Scott A.
Basinger.
Susan Martz, Richard
J. Martz, Barbara Conrad,
Randy W. Conrad, Jeffery
Nartker, Linda S. Nartker and
Linda E. Nartker, .638 acre,
Union Township, to Ryan L.
Unverferth and Jill M. Rieman.
Van Wert County
Lawrence Suever to Amanda
Suever, portion of section 29,
Ridge Township.
CMS Holdings & Rentals
LLC, Joshua Castle, Brenda
Castle to Timothy M. Kindinger,
portion of inlot 1028, Van Wert.
Maria J. Sostre De Espinosa,
Maria J. Sostre-Bosnjak,
Bruce A. Bosnjak, Bruce Alan
Bosnjak, Janet F. Bosnjak to
Bruce Alan Bosnjak, inlot 2941,
portion of inlot 2942, Van Wert.
Vanamatic Company to
Critex LLC, portion of inlot 41,
inlots 16, 15, 42, Delphos.
Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development to German
Aguilar Osornio, portion of
inlot 2646, Van Wert, portion of
lot 115-5, Van Wert subdivision,
portion of inlot 2645, Van Wert.
Estate of Gloria A. Fisher
to Donald R. Fisher, portion of
section 33, Jackson Township.
Edward Ray Castle, Erin
Marie Castle, Edward R. Castle
to BBA Builders Inc., inlot
1264, Delphos.
Douglas Evans, Linda
Myers, Angela Sizemore,
Angela Evans, Paul Sizemore,
Derek Bissonette to Debra
Lichtensteiger, inlot 1934, Van
Wert.
Jacqueline Luetta Temple to
Noel Lynn Temple, portion of
section 18, Liberty Township.
Estate of Harlan R. Kaiser,
estate of Harlan Raymond
Kaiser to Donna J. Kaiser,
portion of section 15, Pleasant
Township.
Estate of John Martin

Chilcote, estate of John M.


Chilcote, estate of John Chilcote
to Carol J. Chilcote, portion of
section 24, Tully Township.
Kevin M. Gaskill to
Christine E. Martin, portion of
inlot 127, Delphos.
Joe Al Schwartz, Rebecca
W. Schwartz to James Lloyd,
Courtney Lloyd, portion of inlot
56, Willshire.
Norma Jean Foreman,
Norma Foreman, Norma Jean
Foreman Trustee, Norma J.
Foreman to David Anthony
Foreman, inlot 1774, Van Wert.
Benjamin D. Eddy, Katie A.
Eddy to Lisa M. Holtz, lot 3031, Van Wert subdivision.
Alan L. Minton, Virginia
Minton to Ed L. Hammond,
inlot 38, Van Wert.
LBC Partnership to Nicole
L. Bugh, inlot 314, Middle
Point.
Lisa Zartman to Cassy
Zartman, inlot 572, Van Wert.
Phyllis J. Wortman, L. John
Wortman, Gerald R. Mitchell,
Julie Mitchell, J. C. Mitchell,
Ellen Mitchell to Aaron D.
Wortman, inlot 1620, Van Wert.
Shirley A. Grunden, Shirley
A. Waltmire, Russell Elsworth
Waltmire to Tyler C. Money,
Rebecca E. Ries, inlot 3950,
Van Wert.
Gary James Hemker, Gary J.
Hemker, Catherine A. Hemker
to Gary J. Hemker Joint
Irrevocable Trust, Catherine
A. Hemker Joint Irrevocable
Trust, portion of sections 35,
23, Washington Township. (lot
4, Holdgreve first addition).
Mary Kay Weigle, Mary
Kay Flinn, Mary K. Flinn,
Bruce G. Flinn to Mary K. Flinn
Principal Protection Trust, portion of section 6, Washington
Township.
Mary Kay Weigle, Mary Kay
Flinn, Mary K. Flinn, Mary K.
Weigle, Bruce G. Flinn to Mary
K. Flinn Principal Protection
Trust, portion of section 6,
Washington Township.
Carl S. Kohorst Revocable
Living Trust Agreement,
Dorothy M. Kohorst Revocable
Living Trust Agreement to
Dunlap Properties LLC, inlot
3359, portion of inlot 3360, Van
Wert.
Estate of Gilda F. Trobridge
to Vincent L. Brummette,
Leandra Brummette, portion of
section 18, Hoaglin Township.
Barbara J. Wise to Barbara J.
Wise Revocable Trust, portion
of outlots 107-4, 107-3, Van
Wert.
Estate of Edwin R. Hileman
to Brenda Smith, Ronda
Sinning, Debra Bagler, portion of section 24, Willshire
Township.

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you dont have to
BY NATHANIEL SILLIN

states court system may get


involved in distributing your
assets depending on intestacy
Adulthood brings certain
laws on the books.
financial responsibilities like
A living will also known
the building of budgets, bank
as an advance directive
accounts and proper insurallows you to define how
ance. Its surprising how few
you want to be medically
consider a proper estate plan
treated under specific situapart of that essential mix.
tions, including irreversible
In fact, a recent ABCNews
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Depending on your state
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found that only about 50 perto express your exact wishcent of Americans have crees about feeding, breathing
ated a will and significantly
assistance and other life-susfewer have created the supSillin
taining procedures in addition
porting estate documents like
to how you want them carried
a living will or a power of attorout at certain decision points in your care. A
ney.
Preparing now for the end of your life or living will may also provide information on
for illness may not sound like fun, but it is pain or infection medications you either want
necessary. Having a plan for the future can help or dont want administered as well as specifbring you peace and even put you on the road ic instructions about your remains, including
to stronger financial security. It can also help release to your family or donation for medical
those you care most about. Weve all heard research.
Powers of attorney are legal documents that
cautionary tales about relatives or friends who
did not have a will, and family members who allow you to name a specific person to take
were left with difficult but avoidable situations. care of your money or healthcare wishes if you
So, how do you start an estate plan? It has a are incapacitated. It is particularly wise to seek
lot to do with carefully drawn documents, but professional counsel from a qualified trusts and
its the planning behind them that really counts. estates attorney in writing these documents.
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financial, estate and/or tax professional in your of attorney will be speaking with doctors and
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sure your plans fit your needs and the needs treatment; your financial power of attorney
of your loved ones. Heres a bit more detail will be in charge of paying your bills and
depending on the range of responsibilities you
on each.
A will, also called a testament, is the starting outline for that person, handling your investpoint. Wills are generally seen as the umbrella ment and business affairs. Both are extremely
document that drives the rest of an individuals important jobs that should be carried out by
estate process. A will generally accomplishes people you trust, and thats why they need to
be people in the know. Make their preparation
the following:
It details how you want to leave your prop- part of your estate planning so they know how
erty to specific people or institutions after you to step in and carry out the assignments youve
given them efficiently.
die.
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If you have minor children, it allows you to
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or become incapacitated. It also indicates who While it may be unpleasant to do, it is essential
will manage your kids assets, including what in taking care of family, loved ones and causes
you support after youre gone.
you leave them.
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Painting
thank
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610
Automotive
grandchildren
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415 Condos
560
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615 Business
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818 N. Franklin Street, 420Poochis.
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York Township/ Van Wert County Farm
41.121 Acres

VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL


VAN WERT, OHIO

This farm is located 1/4 mile west of Elgin, Ohio


on State Route 81
Auction to be held at the Lions Building which
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Church in Venedocia, Ohio.

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Saturday, June 25, 2016


Real Estate at 10:00
41.121 Acres

Located in Section 35, York Township, Van Wert


County, Ohio. The farm borders St Rt 81 and is
located in the Lincolnview School District. This
tract has approximate 30 acres tillable with the balance being woods and building site. The house and
buildings are in poor condition. A survey has been
completed and will be sold subject to the survey.
Terms: $20,000 down day of the sale with the
balance within 30 days. Possession upon harvest of
the 2016 wheat crop. The sellers have paid the 2016
installment of real estate taxes. The purchaser shall
pay the February 2017 real estate taxes and thereafter. Any cauv tax recoupment will be the buyers
responsibility. Any statements made the day of the
sale will take precedence over this sale ad. For more
information contact the auctioneers.
Open House: Meet the auctioneers at the farm on
Thursday June 16th from 4-6pm
Note: This farm presents an opportunity to expand
your acreage or purchase a mini farm. Soil types
include Pewamo Silty Clay Loam and Blount Silty
Loam. Check the web site for pictures and
additional info. Contact your lender and come
prepared to bid.

Owner: Martha VanEman


Steel Wheel Farm LLC
Doug Jones- POA
Sale conducted by

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Larry Geise: Real
Rick Uhlenhake
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Brenda Schwieterman
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Polysomnographic training and CPR
required. Qualified candidates are
encouraged to submit a resume/
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1250 S. Washington St.


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Arts & Entertainment


Good Vibrations
By Ed Clark

The music that moves us ...


Elvis Aaron Presley,The King a good
many called him. The most iconic individual
singing sensation of the 20th century? You
decide. His cultural presence in the 50s, 60s,
and 70s is difficult to adequately describe.
The post World War II Baby Boom generation
was looking to bust out and the boundless
excitement of Elvis Presley and early Rock &
Roll unlocked the gate on pop culture in the
1950s. One could guestimate that virtually
everyone born before 1960 has a vivid awareness of who the man was.
Consider:
18 No. 1 Singles
108 Hot 100 Hits
80 Top 40 Hot 100 Hits
126 Billboard 200 Charted Albums
67 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard 200
Consider: With all the songs he performed during his career, Elvis won just three
Grammys. Those three wins were for gospel
recordings How Great Thou Art (1967)
album, He Touched Me (1972) album, and
his Live Memphis Concert recording of How
Great Thou Art (1974). (examiner.com)
Consider: Elvis songs most Baby Boomers
remember as part of their growing up chronology:
Heartbreak Hotel (1956)
Dont Be Cruel (1956)
Hound Dog (1956)
Love Me Tender (1956)
All Shook Up (1957
(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear (1957)
Jailhouse Rock (1957)
Hard Headed Woman (1958)
Are You Lonesome Tonight? (1960)
Good Luck Charm (1962)
Return to Sender (1962)
In the Ghetto (1969)
Suspicious Minds (1969)
Burning Love (1972)
A sprinkling of quotes from great ones
about the great one:
No one will ever touch Elvis. Garth
Brooks

Crossword Puzzle

"Getting Air"

Elvis touched the life of every ear that


heard him, and you couldnt help but listen
when he sang. Merle Haggard
No-one, but no-one is his equal, or ever
will be. He was, and is, supreme. Mick
Jagger
When we were kids growing up in
Liverpool, all we ever wanted to be was Elvis
Presley. Paul McCartney
He was the firstest with mostest. Roy
Orbison
Elvis Presley was the sweetest, most
humble and nicest man youd want to know.
Muhammad Ali
As a young kid I can only remember that
when you heard the name Elvis, it was eyesbigger-than-door knobs stuff. I suppose you
simply had to live in his time to grasp the
enormity of his appeal. Elvis Presley keeps
a reserved seat in the VIP room at the ALLTIMERS Club. Good Vibrations.
(biography.com, Wikipedia, examiner.
com, elvis.net)

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6 Poet Khayym
10 Furrowed part of the
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14 Immature insects
15 Beehive, e.g.
16 Bart Simpson sister
17 Hobo
18 New Mexico resort
19 Roundish
20 Utterly squashed
23 Come across as
24 Italian numero
25 ___ Angeles
26 Hotshot
29 Bygone Russian
leader
31 Beast of burden
33 Cup at a frat party
35 Blast furnace input
37 Claw
41 Cry to a DJ, perhaps
44 Display
45 Rani's wear
46 ___ out (manages)
47 Pound sound
49 Dust jacket bits
51 Tonsillitis M.D.
52 Abate
55 The Halos, on sports
tickers
57 Reuniongoer
59 Tendency to raise
academic scores
over time
64 Soprano Ponselle
65 Talking iPhone
feature
66 Express
68 Get to work on
Time?
69 Completely
70 Hardly modern
71 River to the North
Sea
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21 Fable writer
22 "Peachy!"
26 Nile slitherers
27 Masterstroke
28 Ticklish one
30 Kind of center
32 Moolah
34 Grand Ole ___
36 Broadcast in
installments
38 Gospel writer
39 Doomsayer's sign
40 Catbird seat?
42 Serviceable
43 Kind of concerto
48 Pal, in slang

50 Put in stitches
52 Wading bird
53 Adrien of "The
Pianist"
54 Place to wash up
56 "West Side Story"
girl
58 High hat
60 Go out with
61 Word on a gift tag
62 Chemistry Nobelist
Hahn
63 Dork
67 Sushi ingredient

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1 Prone
2 Gang's domain
3 October birthstone
4 ___ boy
5 Beethoven work in E
flat
6 Tricks
7 Film rating org.
8 Take as one's own
9 Beads for the
prayerful
10 Voting group
11 Play against
12 Expo '70 site

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ARIES
Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, expect to be very
busy in the days ahead.
Make a concerted effort
to be more aware of
whats around you so
that you dont miss a
thing.

TAURUS
Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, financial questions keep popping up
and you just keep pushing them aside for later.
If need be, work with a
professional to establish
your goals.
GEMINI
May 22/Jun 21
Do something out of
your comfort zone this
week, Gemini. When
you do so, you may find
out you have a wider
array of interests than
you first believed.
CANCER
Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, just when you
think youve figured out
how to play the game,
they go and change all
of the rules on you.
Adaptability is one of
your biggest strengths.
LEO

Jul 23/Aug 23
Its time to make your
love life a priority, Leo.
If youre in a relationship, you may find it
needs a little nurturing
to get it back to the level
it was a few months ago.
VIRGO
Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, if you come up
against things you dont
understand this week,
ask people whose opinions you trust for their
points of view. Educating yourself will help
you move ahead.
LIBRA
Sept 23/Oct 23
Take some time out of
your schedule for some
much-needed pampering. Whether your idea
of special treatment is
a massage or simply
sleeping in, make it a
priority.
SCORPIO
Oct 24/Nov 22
Delegation will be your
favorite word of the
week, Scorpio. When
the going gets tough,
start delegating the tasks
that have you stumped.
This will ensure everyone stays productive.

Classifieds

SAGITTARIUS Nov
23/Dec 21
Sagittarius, you may
be called upon to lend
your special skills to
a situation this week.
While it may not be a
job you relish, you know
ultimately it has to get
done.
CAPRICORN
Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, speak your
mind because if you
dont do it others are not
going to advocate for
your needs. Thats why
its so important for you
to fight for every cause,
no matter how small.
AQUARIUS
Jan 21/Feb 18
Aquarius, work may be
getting on your nerves,
but you have to maintain
a professional demeanor
at all times. It can be
challenging, but you will
handle it.
PISCES
Feb 19/Mar 20
Pisces, a few days away
from the daily grind will
help you recharge your
batteries. Turn off your
phone and enjoy the
well-deserved respite.

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Honor
(Continued from page 1)
Allemeier moved to Delphos with his family
in 1940 and graduated from Jefferson in 1946.
His nominator called him a Wildcat through and
through.
After high school, Allemeier served for two years
as an Army paratrooper and then returned to his roots
in Delphos to support his school and community.
In 1963, he purchased Delphos Tent and Awning
and was successful in business as well as assisting
many young local men learn the value of hard work
and responsibility while working their summers to
put up tents all across the area.
He not only served the community and school
through his business, but also gave of his free time.
He was president and carnival chairman for the
Parent-Teacher Organization for many years and was
president of the Jefferson Alumni Association for a
time. He continues his support as a Jefferson Athletic
Booster member.
In the past, Allemeier ran the chains at the football
games after he helped run the wire to connect the
sideline telephones to the press box. He put up tents
for the track team, helped with stage props for musicals and transported band equipment to competitions.
If you saw a canvas floor or bench covering or
tent at any school event back in the day, it would be a
safe bet he was behind getting it done, his nominator
wrote.
Allemeier was also active at Trinity United
Methodist Church, where he led Youth Fellowship
from 1965-73 and most recently served on the
churchs board of trustees. He is a strong supporter of
the churchs UPWARD programs.
Secretary Jo Briggs (1953) read the minutes from
last years dinner.
The alumni, through generous donations of its
members, was able to award two $2,000 scholarships
this year. Recipients were Adam Rode, who plans
to attend the University of Cincinnati, majoring in
mechanical engineering; and Halee Heising, who
plans to attend Rhodes State College and major in
business administration.
Harlan noted several past scholarship winners and
their accomplishments.
Cody Parsons was the first to graduate high
school in his family, Harlan began. He earned
his masters in pharmacy and is using his talents in
research.
Logan Bonifas is completing his 26 weeks at the
Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy and secured an
internship with the Secret Service. Our scholarships
are helping these kids work toward their dreams.
The oldest female alumni was Catharine
Gerdemann (1944) and the oldest male was Paul
Dunlap (1946).
Those traveling the greatest distance to attend
included Patricia Bilimek Naylor (1956) and Sandy
Trentman (1961). Both live in California.
This years special class was 1966. Jane Cook
spoke and noted the class continues to support the
alumni scholarships in honor and memory of history
and civics teacher Walter Arnette.
The next dinner will be held at 6 p.m. June 10,
2017 at the Eagles Lodge.

The Allemeier family was three generations strong three ways with, from front, Dan Myers, Joyce Myers and Don Allemeier; and
back, Craig Myers, Scott Myers and Steve Myers.

Alumni with two generations in attendance include, front to back from left, Jo Anne Briggs and her daughter, Nancy (Briggs)
Spencer; Julie Kiggins and Lisa (Harlan) Kiggins with their father, Keith Kiggins; and Adam Rode with his father, Gary Rode.

District
(Continued from page 1)

Diltz

Diltz new
chamber
director
BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS
The
Delphos Area Chamber of
Commerce received a new
executive director in May.
Maria Diltz took over the
position on May 2.
Diltz is certified as an
administrative assistant and
as a medical office assistant. She was previously employed as a medical
recordkeeper at Vancrest in
Delphos.
Diltz said her previous
experience with recordkeeping will benefit her with
this new position. She also
assisted with event planning
at Vancrest and said the
experience will help her as
executive director.
Diltz said she does
not plan to change anything while she is with
Delphos Area Chamber of
Commerce. However, she
does plan to build relationships with the businesses.
Id like to keep bringing the community and area
businesses together, she
said. Id like to emphasize
the work ethics, values and
commitment of the area.

The walk-in freezer in the middle school cafeteria has also quit
working and will have to be replaced this summer to the tune of
$18,000.
The budget for the new Career Connections Center is being
finalized. Wolfe said he hoped to have it ready to bid out as soon
as possible. The district received nearly $1 million for the project.
We are a little over budget but we figured that in, he said.
We knew there would be things we hadnt thought of or others
that would come up.
The school board took care of numerous personnel issues. John
Vennekotter was moved to the Masters +15 Column on the pay
scale. Four open positions were filled, including Matthew Spencer
as the new fourth-grade Social Studies/science teacher with a
1-year contract (student numbers have pushed the need for an
additional Social Studies teacher); Jacqueline Deitering will be the
multiple handicaps teacher at Franklin Elementary with a 2-year
contract; Amy Downing was approved as the multiple handicaps
teacher aide at Franklin; and finally, Stephanie Ohtola will be the
new social studies teacher at the high school with a 1-year contract.
The board accepted the following supplemental resignations:
Missy McClurg co-prom advisor and co-junior class advisor;
Chad Brinkman co-junior class advisor; and Josiah Stober head
softball coach.
To fill ancillary positions, the board approved supplemental
contracts for the 2016-17 school year: Mark Jettinghoff junior
varsity boys basketball coach; Todd Grothaus volunteer varsity
boys basketball assistant coach; Matt Gerdeman volunteer junior
varsity boys basketball assistant coach; Butch Lucas volunteer
varsity girls assistant basketball coach; Missy McClurg yearbook advisor and Transition Advisor; Stephanie Braun Student
Council advisor; Scott Elwer Vo-Ag advisor; Heather Brickner
freshman class advisor; Christine Siebeneck Sophomore class
advisor and NHS advisor; David Stearns marching band, school
musical, stage director and musical business manager; Bev Tuttle
junior high FCCLA advisor; Josh Vasquez senior class advisor;
John Vennekotter Senior class advisor; Tamara Wirth Show
Choir and vocal coach; Arnita Yoder Sophomore class advisor;
Jeff Rex Science Club; Kathy Buettner pre-school; and Kristin
Gable boys athletic manager.
In other business, the board:
Accept $1,000 for a Delphos Pride Scholarship from Vince
and Carolyn Ebbeskotte; and
Approve the Franklin, Middle/High School and Athletic
Handbooks for the 2016-17 school year.

Trivia

Answers to last Saturdays questions:


The Nintendo Game Boy game system debuted in
1989 and came bundled with the game Tetris.
In 1959, the U.S. Postal Service attempted to deliver
mail using a missile. 3,000 letters were placed in a container built to replace a nuclear warhead on top of a missile. It was fired from the submarine USS Barbero, just
off the coast of Virginia. Twenty-two minutes later, the
missile hit its target at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station
in Mayport, Florida. The mail was retrieved and routed
through the post office in nearby Jacksonville.
Todays questions:
What was the first animated film to be nominated for
an Academy Award for Best Picture?
How many time zones does China have?
Answers in Saturdays Herald.

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