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Protection from the sun


This is the first in a series of four summer safety stories.
BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS Dr. Ana Pere of St. Ritas
Rejuvenation Spa advises sun lovers to be
extra cautious in the summer.
Activities like water-skiing, playing
around pools and standing on concrete surfaces can cause the suns rays to reflect back
to the person resulting in more sun damage.

There are some ways to protect oneself, but


only one that is 100 percent proven.
Sun avoidance is the one true way to
avoid sun damage, Dr. Pere said.
The suns rays can be strongest at certain hours so the outside should be avoided
between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
If you have children, let them play
outside before ten in the morning or after
four in the afternoon, Pere said. Between
10 and four are the worst hours to be in
the sun.

See SUN, page 14

Nineteen Sisters of Notre


Dame will celebrate Jubilees
this summer and four are
from Delphos.
On June 26, Sr. Mary
Joseleen Hemker will celebrate her 70th Jubilee as
a Sister of Notre Dame.
She was a teacher at six
Toledo Diocesan schools
and an Adoration Sister at
the Sisters of Notre Dame
Motherhouse in Rome.
Sr.
Mary
Paulissa
Klausing will also celebrate her 70th Jubilee on
June 26. She was a teacher
in eight Toledo Diocesan
schools and at Notre Dame
Academy.
Sr. Mary Irene Gerdeman
will celebrate her 50th
Jubilee on July 17. She
taught in five Toledo
Diocesan schools, served
as a physics and chemistry
instructor at Notre Dame
Academy for 30 years
and continues teaching at
St. Francis High School,
Gainesville, Florida, where
she has been in ministry for
nine years.
See JUBILEES, page 14

Hemker

Klausing

Gerdeman

Will

Bark for Life at $7,000


of $10,000 goal
BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com

Senior center holds sock hop

Dave Stemen, left, Norma Lusk and Connie Stemen dance around the floor at the sock hop.
Delphos Senior Center had a lunch, trivia, bingo, ice cream and a sock hop on Wednesday.
The sock hop was filled with music from Double D Disk Jockey Service and the dance was
complete with poodles on pants and skirts and scarves in the hair and around necks. They
also handed out door prizes throughout the dance. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

DELPHOS With roughly two months left, Bark for Life has
reached $7,000 of the $10,000 goal.
Bonnie Jones, veterinarian at Delphos Animal Hospital, says
there is still time to reach the goal by August.
We still have T-shirts for sale and pledges to come in, she said.
This year, the heat kept some owners and their pets from participating in the events.
I dont blame them; it was hot and they needed to do what was
best for their dogs, Dr. Jones said. It was a lower turnout than last
year, but those that came still had fun.
Jones believes the lower number of participants did not impact
the amount raised.
We still raised about the same as last year, she said. This
years people were very generous.
This year, they added a photo booth to keep the fun going and
hopefully increase participation.
The photo booth would be more fun with more people and I
think well try to do it again next year, she said.
They also plan to continue selling food, T-shirts and holding a
raffle next year.
However, others have input on what they can change for next
year.
Some think we should move the time of the event or move it to a
different weekend than Relay, Jones said. Im on the fence if well
make any of those changes. We just really need better weather.
Jones considers this years event a success regardless of the heat
and lower turnout but she still hopes for more participants next year.
I think people just need to realize not one of us isnt impacted
by cancer, she said. We truly are fighting for our loved ones and
the next life we may save could be ourselves.

Optimist Club Fourth of July Fishing Derby moved to July 2


BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS The Kiwanis Fourth of July three-day


festival is shaping up nicely. Each day is packed with
events.
Set for July 2, 3 and 4 at Stadium Park, this years festival proceeds will go toward the cost of a splash pad to be
installed at the Delphos Municipal Swimming Pool.
One change to the schedule for this year is the Optimist
Fishing Derby will be held from 8-10:30 a.m. on July 2

instead of the morning of July 4.


Anglers will still vie for a bicycle for the biggest fish
caught by a girl and a boy and other prizes will be given
for the biggest fish in each age category for girls and boys.
Optimists Bingo will also only be offered on July 2
from 4-8 p.m.
Tickets for the Delphos Area Pizza Taste Off, also set
for July 2, can be obtained by calling Barb Mesker at 419303-4938. Gates open at 6 p.m. with tasting at 6:30 p.m.
Those trying to capture the taste buds of Delphos and
the traveling trophy include Hickey Pit BBQ, Jacks Pizza,
Niedeckens, Topp Chalet and The Fort.

Sponsors are being sought for the annual Duck


Races set for 5:30 p.m. on July 3. Ducks can be sponsored for $20 each or 3 for $50. Name a duck and then
cheer them on during the races. Call Scott Wiltsie at
419-692-2067.
The second annual Kiwanis Basket Bingo starts at
2 p.m. on July 4 with gates opening at 1 p.m. Tickets are
available from Michelle Casemier at 419-236-5154.
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.

Classifieds 12, 13 | Entertainment 6B | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Obituaries 2 | Putnam County Fair 1-5B | Sports 6-7 | Weather 2
Canal Days Grand Prize Drawing tickets are now available at the Delphos Area
Chamber of Commerce at 310 N. Main St.
This years payout will be: 1st $2,500; 2nd $250; 3rd-29th $25; and 30th
$250
Call 419-695-1771 or email info@delphoschamber.com with any questions
New this year is an Early Bird Drawing June 30, July 31 and Aug. 31 for $100
The Grand Prize drawing will be held at 6 p.m. Sept. 18 in the Social Tent during Canal
Days (need not be present to win).

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Delphos City Council will


meet in regular session at 7 p.m.
Monday in council chambers.
Items on the agenda include
a water ordinance and a tar and
chip project.
A hearing for the 2017 Budget
will be held at 6:30 p.m.

DHI MEDIA
2015 Published in Delphos, Ohio

Volume 146, No.2

A2 The Herald

For The Record

POLICE
REPORTS

see PoLiCe, page 3

The Delphos
Herald

OBITUARIES
oscar W. Hohlbein

information submitted
DELPHOS On June 9,
officers were given information of a residence in the 600
block of East Sixth Street
where drugs were allegedly
being used. Officers arrived,
and after being given
access to the residence by
a co-tenant, found a small
amount of suspected cocaine
in plain view. The drugs
were taken as evidence and
the report will be forwarded
to the prosecutors office for
review of charges.
On June 10, officers
spoke with a complainant
who reported that a family
member had taken money
out of her bank account and
closed the account out. The
report was forwarded to the
Detective Bureau for further
review.
On June 10, officers
took a report from a female
complainant on West Clime
Street. The female told officers that a large amount of
cash was removed from her
residence while she was
gone. The complainant gave
officers the name of a person
she suspected as there was
no forced entry to the residence and a key was needed
to get to the cash. The incident remains under investigation by the Detective
Bureau.
On June 11, an officer on
patrol observed a female,
Latosha Nance of Delphos,
operating a motor vehicle on
East Fifth Street. The officer
had knowledge that Nance
was operating the vehicle on
a suspended drivers license
and initiated a traffic stop.
Nance was issued a citation
for a Court OVI Suspension
and will appear in Lima
Municipal Court to face the
charge.
On June 12, officers were
made aware of an active warrant for 29-year-old Jenni M.
Carman of Delphos for a
failure to appear violation.
Officers located Carman
and took her into custody.
She was turned over to a
deputy of the Allen County
Sheriffs Office.

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Betty L. Dickman

June 9, 1926
June 16, 2016

FORT JENNINGS Oscar


W. Hohlbein, 90, of Fort
Jennings and formerly of
Ottoville died Thursday at St.
Ritas Inpatient Hospice.
He was born June 9, 1926
in Putnam County to Andrew
and Barbara (Lehmkuhle)
Hohlbein, who preceded him in death. On Oct. 9, 1948, he
married MaryAnn Wieging, who preceded him in death on
May 7, 1988. He later married Sarah Miller on June 15, 1991,
and she died Sept. 30, 2008.
Oscar is survived by his six children, James (Diane) Hohlbein
of West Chester, Gregory (Jean) Hohlbein and Joseph (Donna)
Hohlbein of Ottoville, Roger (Jo) Hohlbein of Indianapolis,
Diane (Stephen) Niese of Delta and Jeanne (Dennis) Loomis
of Delphos; 18 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren with one
on the way; three stepchildren, Jim Miller of Greenville, Tim
Miller of Ansonia and Janet Hough of Greenville; three brothers, Ralph (Barbara) Hohlbein of Maumee, John (Dorothy)
Hohlbein of Delphos and Virgil (Nancy) Hohlbein of Ottoville;
and a brother-in-law, George (Nancy) Wieging of Hume.
He is preceded in death by a son, David Hohlbein; a brother:
Eugene Hohlbein; a sister: Alma Schnipke; an infant sister;
five sisters-in-law, Catherine Hohlbein, JoAnn Hohlbein,
Lucille Merschman, Eileen DeVelbiss and Coreen Merschman;
and three brothers-in-law, Otto Schnipke and Ed DeVelbiss and
Al Merschman.
Oscar was a lifelong farmer and had driven a fuel truck
for several companies. He had also drove bus for Ottoville,
Ansonia and Greenville Local Schools. He was a member of
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Ottoville, where he
had been one of the first Lay Communion Distributors. He was
a World War II Army veteran and was a life member of both
the Ottoville VFW and the Fort Jennings American Legion.
On July 12, 2008, he was an Honor Flight recipient, where he
was taken to Washington, D.C., with his brother, Virgil, to see
the World War II Monument. He loved to work with metals
and iron and made many gifts for his family to enjoy. He had
also been an advisor for the Ottoville Blue Ribbon Winners
4H club.
Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday
at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Ottoville, the
Rev. John Stites officiating. Burial will follow in St. Marys
Cemetery, Ottoville. There will be military rites by the
Ottoville VFW and the Fort Jennings American Legion.
Visitation will be held from 2-8 p.m. Monday at LoveHeitmeyer Funeral Home, Jackson Township, where a scripture service will be held at 2 p.m.
Memorial contributions may be given to the Immaculate
Conception Window Fund or to St. Ritas Inpatient Hospice.

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A girl was born June 15 to
Sabrina and Phillip Skaja of Elida.

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Aug. 20, 1945-June16,


2016
DELPHOS Betty L.
Dickman, 70, of Delphos
passed away on Thursday at
Van Wert Inpatient Hospice
Center.
She was born Aug. 20,
1945, in Delphos to Charles
and Mildred (Dunifun)
Bilimek, who preceded
her in death. She was united in marriage to Dick L.
Dickman on April 20, 1963;
he preceded her in death on
Nov. 8, 2007.
She is survived by two
sons, Keith Dickman of
Delphos and Jason (Kelly)
Dickman of Fort Jennings;
two daughters, Glenda (Jim)
Esterline of Shiloh and Julie
(Mitchell) Mills of Delphos;
four brothers, Tom (Oleta)
Bilimek of Delphos, Bob
(Betty) Bilimek of Maud,
Texas, and Carl (Linda)
Bilimek and Harold (Nan)
Bilimek of Delphos; eight
sisters, Margaret Dixon of
Van Wert, Norma (Ray)
Bayless of Maud, Texas, Pat
Naylor of California, Doris
Stuz of Van Wert, Judy
(Nate) Wilder of Dayton,
Cheryn (Don) Sidle of Van
Wert and Cora (John) Theis
and Kathy (Gig) Kimmett
of Delphos; seven grandchildren, Shannon and
Kayla Moreo, Alyssa (Brad)
Lyons, Maddison and Lydia
Dickman, Sarah (Josh) Tatum
and Travis (Sally) Esterline;
and six great-grandchildren,
Sheldyn Fetter, Jenna and
Carson Tatum, and Ellie,

Nancy Spencer, editor


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

Veda and Jordie Esterline.


She was also preceded in
death by two brothers, James
and Leroy Bilimek.
Betty was a member
of the Delphos Wesleyan
Church in Delphos, Delphos
Eagles Aerie 471 Auxiliary
and had worked at Huffy
Manufacturing for 25 years.
She enjoyed sewing, painting, quilting, fishing, Bingo
and going to garage sales,
but most of all she enjoyed
spending time with her family and friends.
Funeral services will
begin at 11 a.m. on Monday
at Harter and Schier Funeral
Home, Pastor Wayne Prater
officiating. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Catholic
Cemetery in Fort Jennings.
Friends may call from
m2-8 p.m. on Sunday and
one hour prior to the funeral
service on Monday at the
funeral home.
In lieu of flowers
donations may be made
to
Community
Health
Professionals
Inpatient
Hospice Center in Van Wert.

Dorothy L. rogers
DELPHOS Dorothy L. Rogers, 92, formerly of Inverness,
Florida, and Delphos, passed away Thursday at Winter Haven
Hospital.
Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. on Thursday at First
United Presbyterian Church in Delphos. Burial will follow in
Walnut Grove Cemetery.
Arrangements are incomplete with Harter and Schier Funeral
Home.

Troopers seize $1M in pot


information submitted

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Week 9 Nate and
Michelle Wannemacher No.
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Week 10 Samantha
Downey No. 889
Week 11 Scott Miller
No. 959

SWANTON A man from Arizona is facing felony drug


charges after Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers seized 221
pounds of marijuana, worth approximately $1,000,000 following a
traffic stop in Lucas County.
Troopers stopped a 2012 Dodge Caravan, with Arizona registration, for a marked lanes violation on the Ohio Turnpike, near milepost 52, at 12:10 a.m., on June 9. Criminal indicators were observed
and a Patrol drug-sniffing canine alerted to the vehicle. A probable
cause search revealed the contraband.
orreCtions
The passenger, Paul Schmitt, 29, of Tucson, Ariz., was incarcerated at the Lucas Jail and charged with possession and trafficking in
The Delphos Herald wants
marijuana, both second-degree felonies.
to correct published errors in
If convicted, he could face up to 16 years in prison and up to a its news, sports and feature
$30,000 fine.
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29th Annual

Maria Stein Country Fest


June 24, 25, 26, 2016

Schedule of events at www.mscountryfest.com

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TRACTOR SQUARE DANCING

Country Fest
Tractor Square Dancers

Friday, June 24, 2015 10:30


Saturday, June 25, 2015 2:30 & 10:30
Sunday, June 26, 2015 3:30 & 10:00

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Craft Show
Mini-Indy Race
Volleyball Tourney
Petting Zoo
Wood Carver
Cruise-In
Diaper Derby
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Saturday, June 18, 2016

The Herald A3

Local/State
Wert Area Economic
Elida to build new town hall Van
Development to hold
BY KAY LOUTH
DHI Media Correspondent
news@delphosherald.com

ELIDA During the opening of


the regular meeting of the Elida Village
Council, Mayor Kim Hardy called for
a moment of silence to honor the victims of the Pulse massacre in Orlando,
Florida.
While the agenda was light, there
were a couple of vigorous discussions
regarding the new village hall and the
current village hall. Metzger presented
council members with two possible start
dates for the construction of the new
village hall, one in the winter and one in
the spring. Metzger also recommended
council hold a public hearing to get
input from village residents.
After discussing the pros and cons
of winter vs. spring, council members
decided to start the project in the spring
when there would be a better selection
of contractors and fewer if any weather
related delays.
Metzger also told council that get-

ting an appraisal of the current building


comes at a cost of $1,000. A discussion ensued about the possibility of an
inspection as well.
There was also a brief discussion
about the library, which is housed in a
separate section of town hall and will
be affected by the disposal of the current hall. All the members expressed
the desire for the library to stay in the
village.
Hardy reported Mayors Court
received $1,550 in fines and fees.
Village Administrator Dave Metzger
updated the council on various projects
going on in the village. The wastewater
treatment plant is looking good with
blocks going up for the building. He told
council the project is winding down.
The State Route 309 water line extension is also winding down, Metzger said.
The project is moving along with a
crew working the east and another on
the west, he said.
He is also hoping the contractors can
complete a project at the school during
the summer break.

Reports

(Continued from page 2)

On June 12, officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of


Lima Avenue in reference to a theft complaint. Officers arrived
and spoke with the complainant. He told officers that, while
packing his car for an out of town trip, someone unknown to
him had stolen a camera and tripod which were sitting next to
his car. The incident remains under investigation.
On Monday, officers, along with Delphos EMS personnel,
were dispatched to a residence in the 600 block of Suthoff
Street for an unresponsive male possibly suffering from a drug
overdose. Upon arrival, officers located the unresponsive male
and abuse instruments and suspected Heroin in his possession. EMS administered first aid to the male at which time he
regained consciousness and refused transport to the hospital.
Officers collected the suspected heroin and drug abuse instruments and entered them into evidence. Charges will be pending
in Lima Municipal Court.
On Tuesday, officers were dispatched to the 100 block of
South Cass Street to investigate a theft incident. Officers spoke
with the complainant and found that multiple power tools were
missing from his residence. Officers were given a possible suspect and will continue to investigate the incident.
On Tuesday, officers spoke with the owner of a business
in the 400 block of North Canal Street. The business owner
reported that a former patron of her business was harassing her
both verbally and on social media. She wished for the subject
to be served a criminal trespass order banning her from the
business.
On Tuesday, officers were made aware of a Theft incident
at a business in the 1100 block of Elida Avenue. Officers then
observed the female suspect operating a vehicle on North Main
Street. The officer knew that the suspect, 29-year old Jenni
M. Carmans driving status was suspended. A traffic stop was
then conducted at which time officers recovered the stolen
merchandise. A traffic citation was issued for the non-compliance suspension and a summons will be requested for the
theft charge.
On Tuesday, officers were sent to the 1200 block of Ricker
Street in reference to a domestic violence incident. Upon arrival, officers met with all parties involved and spoke with each
separately. After investigating the incident it was determined
that no charges will be pursued.
On Wednesday, officers spoke with a complainant in the
1300 block of Christina Street in reference to a criminal
mischief complaint. Officers spoke with the complainant and
found that unknown subjects had thrown eggs at their property.
On Wednesday, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle
after observing the driver commit a traffic offense. While
investigating the traffic stop officers found that the driver,
Christian Lopez Escamilla, was operating the vehicle without
a drivers license.
On Thursday, an officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop
on a vehicle after observing the driver, Kristopher Slygh
of Delphos, operating the vehicle. The officer had previous
knowledge that Slyghs driving status was suspended; therefore he was issued a citation for non-compliance suspension.
He will appear in Van Wert Municipal Court to face the charge.

Council briefly adjourned to hold


a budget meeting. Reporting that this
mid-year budget had to be presented
the auditor in July, Fiscal Officer Sandy
Langhals told council this budget was
an estimate based on similar budgets.
She also said a more accurate budget
would be presented when there was
more certainty on actual income and
expenditures.
The council then resumed its regular
meeting.
A zoning ordinance changing certain
parcels designation from light manufacturing to general manufacturing was
read. Orick Industries is expanding its
business. An expansion, Metzger said,
that would bring more jobs to the community. The ordinance was passed as an
emergency.
The next ordinance addressed the
need for an official zoning inspector
position. Currently, Metzger and administration assistant Chris Maas have been
doing the job unofficially. The position
was made official and it would continue
to be shared by Metzger and Maas.

Trustees set public


Budget hearing for
2017 Budget
Information submitted

Budget and beings there


were none a Public Hearing
will be held before the next
meeting at 7 p.m. on June
27.
He read two letters from
the Township BZA regarding the results of two recent
meetings.
He gave the trustees the
information they requested
regarding replacement levies for the Safety Service
departments.
He gave the trustees a
letter received from the
LACRPC regarding site
reviews and a letter received
from The North Central
Ohio Solid Waste District
regarding an upcoming
Public Hearing
Zoning Inspector Elwer
suggested removing Section
10.10.2C from the zoning
text regarding swimming
pool fences. After some
discussion, Trustee Violet
offered a resolution to do
this which was seconded by
Trustee Gilden and passed
unanimously.
There being no further business, a motion by
Trustee Violet to adjourn
was seconded by Trustee
Gilden and passed unanimously.

MARION TOWNSHIP
The Marion Township
Trustees met Monday at
the Marion Township office
with the following members
present: Joseph Youngpeter,
Jerry Gilden and Howard
Violet.
The purpose of the meeting was to pay bills and
conduct ongoing business.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and
approved as read.
The
Trustees
then
reviewed the bills and gave
approval for 24 checks totaling $26,548.76.
Jesse Layman was present questioning zoning on
property along Piquad Road.
Road Foreman Elwer
reported the first round of
mowing has been completed.
Fiscal Officer Kimmet
gave the trustees the
Fund Status and Bank
Reconciliation Reports from
May 31 to review and sign.
He gave them a Purchase
Order that needed signed
due to an increase on the
annual amount due the Allen
County Health Board.
He asked if there were
any changes to the 2017

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VAN WERT The new city and county economic development


collaboration is holding its first election for the three at-large members to complete the nine-member board.
The Van Wert Area Economic Development Corporation will
hold its first annual election on Monday, June 20, at the Niswonger
Performing Arts Center Lecture Hall.
Any member of the VWAED can vote in the election and those
interested in becoming a member can do so anytime just by paying
a $1 membership fee and filling out a short registration form at the
Mayors Office, County Commissioners Office or at the meeting on
Monday.
Six Van Wert County residents have filed petitions to be placed
on the ballot: Troy Hoffman, David Kirchenbauer, Troy Miller, Carol
Miller, Jane Lianez and Clint Myers.
The six candidates filled out a questionnaire that gives voters and
insight into what they stand for in terms of economic development in
the county. The full questionnaire for each candidate can be viewed
at vanwert.org and whyvanwert.org.
Below are the answers provided by the candidates to the question:
What skills do you feel you bring that would help overcome obstacles to economic development in Van Wert?
I feel as though my strongest asset is my willingness to engage
persons of completely different views, Hoffman said. I have done
this to gain information and understanding from conflicting parties.
While through these discussions we may not have always been able
to attain common ground, it has given me an opportunity to have a
better understanding on what drives an individual and their beliefs.
Opposition and difference of opinion is not always a negative.
Hoffman is of rural Van Wert. He is a farmer and has been
employed by Merkle Heavy Moving since 1995.
The ability to work as a team, determine a goal, develop a plan,
and work the plan, Troy Miller said. If you dont have a vision and
set a goal, we will end up exactly where we started. I am a results
oriented kind of person.
Troy Miller is a Van Wert resident and has been employed at
Braun Industries, Inc., since 1999.
I have broad experience in advanced manufacturing technology,
facilities engineering, project management, environmental engineering, building codes, and site development, Kirchenbauer said. I
have worked with many diverse organizations and have taken an
active role in bringing them together to complete a successful project.
This included many city, county and state government agencies.
Kirchenbauer is of Van Wert and has 45+ years in manufacturing
and construction management.
Having lived in Van Wert most of my life I know these people
well and will express my concerns even if a few toes are stepped on,
Lianez said.
Lianez is also of Van Wert and worked in education for 40+ years.
I feel I am an open mind person, who likes to listen to people and
their concerns, Carol Miller said. I like being around people, and
want to help the county grow.
Carol Miller is of Ohio City and is the current mayor of the
Village.
I have spent my life giving back to Van Wert. Service to my
community is my strongest skill in working to grow the economic
development in our county, Myers said. When I took over Camp
Clay, I took a faltering camp and in six years turned it around to be
one of the biggest summer attractions in the county. I worked to build
a camp that made Van Wert a better place to grow up, many people
in the community know me because many of them or their children
have benefited from Camp Clay.
Myers is also of Van Wert and currently works at the YMCA
Camp Clay.
The election itself will be held at the Niswonger Performing Arts
Center Lecture Hall at 6:30 p.m. and results will be announced that
evening.
The person receiving the most votes will serve a three-year term,
the second highest vote-getter will serve a two-year term and the third
highest will serve one year.
Ballots can be cast at the Van Wert County Commissioners
Office or the Van Wert Mayors Office up until the June 20 election.
Any person who has already purchased a membership can vote.
Those interested in becoming a member can do so on Monday by
paying $1 and then will be able to vote. Members are can be any one
who is interested the economic development of the county.

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election on Monday

Activities will include:


Antique Tractors &
Machinery
Quilt & Needle Art Show
Threshing
Gas Engines
Sawmill
Car Show
Antique Car Racing
Antique Tractor Pull
Trading Post
Crafts
Flea Market
Garden Tractor Display
Truck Display (old & new)
Animal land
Free Barrel Rides
Kids & Adult Pedal Tractor
Pull
Barney Fife Look-Alike
Tractor Games
Chain Saw Sculpturing
A wide selection of Food
Vendors will be there.
Camping and golf carts will
be available.

Sponsored By:
Old Fashioned Farmers Days
and Van Wert County
Agricultural Society

EXHIBITORS CAMPING

Wed. FREE $10.00/day during show.


Before & after show - $20.00 a day.
No alcoholic beverages on grounds.
Not responsible for accidents.
Camping: $20 per day for
non-exhibitors.
Golf Carts for rent: $5.00 charge
for bringing your own golf cart.
(Must have proof of insurance).

MUSIC DAILY

Music supported in part by a grant


from Van Wert County Foundation.

ADMISSION:
3 Day Pass
$7.00/Person
(sold in advance at
Fairboard Office)

SUNDAY FREE

Donation at the gate:


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Saturday, June 18, 2016

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Local/State
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TODAY
9 a.m. to noon Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge of the St.
Johns High School parking lot, is open.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
12:15 p.m. Testing of warning sirens by Delphos Fire and
Rescue.
1-3 p.m. Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N. Main
St., is open.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
SUNDAY
8-11:30 a.m. Knights of Columbus benefit for St. Johns
School at the hall, Elida Ave.
10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Spencerville American Legion Brunch
Buffet, 119 S. Broadway, Spencerville.
1-3 p.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N.
Main St., is open.
MONDAY
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
Green Thumb Garden Club meets at the Delphos Public
Librarys First Edition Building.
6:30 p.m. Shelter from the Storm support group meets in the
Delphos Public Library basement.
7 p.m. Washington Township Trustees meet at the township
house.
Delphos City Council meets at the Delphos Municipal Building,
608 N. Canal St.
7:30 p.m. Jefferson Athletic Boosters meet at the Eagles
Lodge, 1600 E. Fifth St.
Spencerville village council meets at the mayors office.
Delphos Eagles Auxiliary meets at the Eagles Lodge, 1600 E.
Fifth St.
American Legion Post 268, 415 N. State St.
TUESDAY
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.
1-3 p.m. Delphos Area Visiting Nurses offer free blood pressure checks at Delphos Discount Drugs.
7:30 p.m. Elida School Board meets at the high school office.
Alcoholics Anonymous, First Presbyterian Church, 310 W.
Second St.
Fort Jennings Village Council meets at Fort Jennings Library.
WEDNESDAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E. Main
St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
4 p.m. Delphos Public Library board members meet at the
library conference room.

The Lima Area Concert Band will perform on June 26 in the Childrens Garden on the grounds of the Allen County
Museum. (Submitted photo)

Concert in the garden set June 26


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maintenance associate, currently employed by the
Apollo Career Center Board of Education, is retiring
and seeking re-employment with the district in the
same position.
The Board of Education will hold a public hearing on the issue of re-employing Leach at its regular
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The Herald A5

Country
Hop in the pony buggy
A day they will never forget
for the last day of school
Paws to Consider

BY JOHN JONES, DVM

BY LOVINA EICHER
Its a nice sunny day for
the clothes to dry, and we
have the lines filled with
laundry. We have been blessed with several rains over the
weekend and this past week.
Yesterday was the last
day of school for the term.
Daughters Verena and Loretta
and I picked up my married daughter Elizabeth and
attended the school picnic.
It was a little chilly until the
sun came out. All the pupils
were released at 11:30 a.m.
Joseph, Lovina and Kevin
took our pony Stormy and
the pony buggy to school in
the morning.
We all headed to
Elizabeths house after leaving the school. We spent the
afternoon relaxing on their
back patio. They have a woods
behind their house, and the
river runs close by on their
property. They have a new
puppy that is a Coon Hound
and Australian Shepherd mix.
Hopefully, when it gets bigger, it will help keep the raccoons away from their house.
They are having problems
with raccoons getting in their
flower pots and bird feeders
at night, and I am afraid that
the raccoons will bother their
garden.
The new puppy is named
Shelia, and Kevin had so
much fun with her. He walked
her through the woods. He
told us he was trying to teach
her where to look for raccoons. Kevin has never been
coon hunting, but he probably thinks the puppy doesnt
know that.
Joseph mowed the yard
in an hour and 35 minutes.
We bought a big walk-behind mower at the local consignment auction this spring.
Joseph loves to mow with it,
and he handles it very well.
Joseph is tall for his age so
he can handle the big mower.
Our 42 baby chicks came
this week. We will butcher
our older hens after these new
chicks get bigger and start
laying eggs.
On June 14, Elizabeth will
be 22. Our family is planning
to spend Saturday evening
and Sunday at Timothy and
Elizabeths house. Plans are
to put tents up in their back
yard and cook outside. I am
looking forward to all of us
being together. It seems the
older the children get, the
harder it is, because everyone
goes different directions on
weekends.
Elizabeth is helping to get
ready for Susans wedding by
sewing for me at her house.
She likes to use her sewing machine. I cut out my
dress, cape and apron for the
wedding. I hope to get it finished soon. Moses mother

and I are supposed to wear


sage-colored dresses.
Next week I will take
Loretta, Joseph, Lovina and
Kevin for eye exams. Loretta
and Joseph only need glasses
for reading. Its been awhile
since they had their eyes tested. Last time the eye doctor
thought Lovina might need
glasses. She has been having
headaches when she reads.
Shes a bookworm. I always
loved to read and still do, but
my time is a lot more limited
more now. When the children
were younger, our six oldest
children all had to wear glasses. Elizabeth is the only one
who needs to wear them all
the time now. Susan, Loretta
and Joseph do for reading.
Verena and Benjamin are
okay to go without now.
I had my eyes tested last
week. The eye doctor thinks
I will do better with bifocals now, which Im dreading. Hopefully Ill get used to
them quickly.
God bless!
Rhubarb Coffeecake
1/2 cup shortening
1 1/4 cup plus 1/3 cup
brown sugar, firmly packed
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup milk
1 1/2 teaspoons lemon
juice or apple cider vinegar
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 cups fresh rhubarb,

finely chopped
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon butter, melted
Preheat the oven to 375
degrees. In a large bowl,
cream the shortening, 1 1/4
cup brown sugar, eggs and
vanilla. In a separate bowl,
combine the milk and lemon
juice or vinegar. Add this to
the sugar mixture and stir
well. Add the flour, baking
soda and salt, and stir until
the flour is moistened. Mix in
the rhubarb. Pour the batter
into a greased 9-inch square
pan.
In a separate bowl, mix
together the remaining 1/3
cup brown sugar, cinnamon
and butter and sprinkle over
the top of the batter. Bake for
3540 minutes until golden
brown in color. Serve warm
or cold.
Lovina Eicher is an Old
Order Amish writer, cook,
wife and mother of eight.
Formerly writing as The
Amish Cook, Eicher inherited that column from her
mother, Elizabeth Coblentz,
who wrote from 1991 to 2002.
Readers can contact Eicher
at PO Box 1689, South
Holland, IL 60473 (please
include a self-addressed
stamped envelope for a reply)
or at LovinasAmishKitchen@
MennoMedia.org.

of their life. Exceptions abound, of course,


and to be fair, I have no doubt the greatest
Surreal is the only word that could generation felt the same about us. Still, the
describe the moment. I was knelt down on perception persists.
Recently, two young men showed me
the exam room floor next to a dead dog and
a sobbing teenage girl. Her mother and two that it was wrong to think this way. Each
was attached to an old dog
sisters were in a similar state
with a serious medical condiof despair as another family
tion. One had cancer the other
dog lay dead on the table.
heart disease along with a
I havent done many muldegenerative spine. Alas, the
tiple euthanasias in my career,
dogs had reached the end of
and Im thankful for that.
the trail.
Theyre really sad. In this case
Like the girls who lost their
the one dog was 18, older
two dogs, each boy chose to
than any of the girls, and had
be present for the euthanasia,
simply run out of time. The
even though each had a parother dog was only eight but
ent who left the room. Each
being of a large breed he was
one took the euthanasia hard,
physically older than that and
but they took it bravely and
was suffering from the effects
stayed with their pet until the
of cancer. To lose both at the
end.
same time was devastating to
When I was with the three
the family.
girls, the grief in that room
Wanting to give them some
was so overwhelming I was
time alone with their pets, I
almost numbed by it. With
slowly backed out of the room.
Dr. John Jones
the boys, I was able to observe
Then as I closed the door, I was
more clearly the relationship
struck with the realization that
this was a day those girls would never forget. each had with their dog, at least for awhile.
During both euthanasias, although others
Why do we even have pets? The whole
notion of them is kind of silly, really. First were in the room including myself and my
we adopt them and make them part of our technician, each boy and his dog were so
families. Next we pamper them, tend to their focused on the other, through touch, through
every need, spend a ton of money on treats, voice, and through tears, that the rest of us
the finest food and, yes, veterinary care, only didnt even exist.
While the euthanasias were exceedingly
to have them die way too soon and break our
sad, I can only describe the power of the
hearts.
Moreover, as if once is not enough, many bond I witnessed between each boy and dog,
of us are adamant about repeating the process seen through my own by then blurry eyes, as
over and over again. To top that, some insist beautiful. I hope someday theyll be able
on dragging their kids into the madness. to fully appreciate the beauty in that farewell
Ultimately, however, this might be the best moment.
Apparently, when a child is allowed to
decision a parent ever makes.
Nothing teaches a child more about life have a pet in their life, they dont just care
than caring for a pet. So much can be learned about themselves. Much credit to their parents
about responsibility, patience, compassion for giving them the opportunity to love and be
and, especially, the finality of death. And in loved by a pet.
I have no idea whether those kids will
turn, sometimes those kids can teach even a
jaded old vet like me something about life as remember me or my role in their day, but I do
know I will never forget them or the courage
well.
Often when I get together with friends they showed as they said good-bye to their
or business associates, most of us being pets and experienced the loss of something
baby boomers, invariably our conversation they loved.
Nor will I ever forget those who taught
leads to talking about the younger generation,
including even their own children and grand- them what may be the most valuable lesson
children. The consensus is that todays youth they will ever learn. Thank you Sunshine,
care only about themselves and seek instant, Brutus, Cisco and Max.
positive gratification in virtually every aspect

OFB awards
$200,000 for
water quality
projects

Kitchen Press

Information submitted

The Eichers were excited to receive 42 baby chicks this


week. (Submitted photo)

Manure sidedress application


excellent replacement for
purchased sidedress nitrogen
BY JAMES HOORMAN
Ag Educator
OSU Extension
Putnam County

PUTNAM COUNTY Dairy and swine


manure sidedress plot research (20112015) has shown livestock manure to be an
excellent replacement for purchased sidedress nitrogen. For this study, 28 percent
UAN nitrogen rates and manure nitrogen
rates were 200 units of nitrogen per acre
each year. The swine manure application
rate was 5,000 gallons per acre to get
200 units of nitrogen. The dairy manure
application rate is 13,577 gallons per acre
to get 130 units of nitrogen per acre plus
28 percent UAN to reach the 200# goal.
Manure was applied using a manure tanker
and Dietrich injection units with covering
wheels attached.
Pre-emergent manure applications were
made within five days of the corn being
planted. Post-emergent manure applications were made at the V3 stage of corn

growth. Stand populations were approximately 31,000 plants per acre across
all treatments. The 2011, 2012 and 2014
growing seasons experienced periods of
drought. The 2013 growing season was
very good with adequate moisture through
July. The 2015 growing season was very
wet.
The average yields (2011-2015) for
Pre-emergent was: 142 bu/A corn for
Incorporated 28 percent UAN, 164.1 bu/A
for incorporated swine manure, 142.7 bu/A
for surface applied swine manure, 164.0
bu/A for incorporated dairy manure and
139.2 bushels for surface applied dairy
manure.
The average yields (2011-2015) for Postemergent was: 147 bu/A for Incorporated
28 percent UAN, 162.9 bu/A for incorporated swine manure, 142.5 bu/A for
surface applied swine manure, 167.0 bu/A
for incorporated dairy manure and 138.1
bushels for surface applied dairy manure.
See MANURE, page 13

COLUMBUS Ohio
Farm Bureau Federation is
providing $200,000 for county Farm Bureau-led projects
that help improve water quality in local communities. With
additional matching funds
from partnering organizations,
these projects will provide
more than $460,000 in total
resources.
The county water quality grants are part of Ohio
Farm Bureaus comprehensive Water Quality Action
Plan launched in September
2014. OFBF has dedicated more than $2 million in
member funds for projects
and measures that help protect the environment and preserve farmers ability to produce food. This is the second
year Ohio Farm Bureau has
provided funding for county
water quality projects.
Last years water quality
projects were such a success
that Ohio Farm Bureau decided to provide funding again
and increased the amount
by $50,000, said Jordan
Hoewischer, OFBF director
of water quality and research.
These projects are spread out
across the state with participation from dozens of partnering
organizations that include conservation, government, university, health and private entities.
County Farm Bureaus
receiving funding include
Putnam County. On an agricultural bus tour of the county, residents will see the different ways the agricultural
community works together on
water quality issues, including seeing how a two-stage
ditch works, what a working
hog farm does to manage its
manure and how water quality
affects a hops farm.

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1 jar (24 oz.) spaghetti sauce
36 frozen fully cooked Italian meatballs (1/2 oz.
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baking dish. Fill each shell with a meatball; place over
sauce. Top with remaining sauce and the cheese. Bake,
covered, 35 minutes. Uncover; bake 3-5 minutes longer
or until bubbly and cheese is melted. Yield: 12 servings.
Apple Cream Pie
2/3 cup sugar
2 tablespoons flour
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 cup sour cream
1 egg, slightly beaten
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 to 4 cups chopped tart apples
1 (9-inch) pie shell, unbaked
Topping:
1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup flour
1/3 cup butter
Combine sugar, flour and salt. Add sour cream, egg
and vanilla and beat until smooth. Fold in apples and
pour into unbaked pie shell.
Topping: Combine flour and sugar and cut in the
butter. Sprinkle over pie and bake at 425 degrees for 25
to 30 minutes.

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Crestview doubles-up Jays 10-5


BY JIM COX
DHI Media Correspondent
sports@timesbulletin.com

Spencervilles Conner Vogt puts the ball in play versus


Perry Friday night in ACME action at Perry High School.
(DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)

Perry hammers
Bearcats in ACME
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

PERRY TOWNSHIP Usually, when a team commits


seven errors in the game of baseball, it isnt conducive to a
victory.
That is, except when the opponent commits six of its own
and issues 12 bases-on-balls.
The first was Perry and the second was Spencerville as the
homestanding Commodores grabbed a 19-9 triumph in ACME
baseball action on a brilliant Friday night at Phil Krouskop
Field at Perry High School.
Perry only scored in three innings but when they did, they
scored in bunches.
Down 4-3 entering the home third, they chased Spencerville
starter Thad Ringwald after seven batters all scoring and
ended up putting nine on the board, two against reliever Hunter
Stephen. They totaled four hits four walks, one hit batter and
four big errors that made only five of the runs earned. They
sent 13 to the dish and added five steals, two wild pitches
and a passed ball. By the time the last out was recorded, the
Commodores led 12-4.
Spencerville tried to bounce back in the top of the fourth
with a 2 spot. Hunter Stephen led off with a double to right
center off Perry starter Jay Money, a run-scoring double to
left by Chandler Kahle, a misplayed shot by Kale Lee and a
grounder by Luke Market that resulted in a double play.
The Black Attack got within 12-9 in the sixth against
reliever Austin Money. Conner Vogt led with a free pass and
Chandler Kahle (batting out of order but it was not caught in
time) singled to right. One out later, both advanced on a wild
pitch and an error on a pickoff try to plate Vogt and put Kahle
at third, from where he scored an out later as Market slapped
a double to right. Two wild pitches brought him home for the
3-run deficit.
Perry put it away with seven runs in the home half. They
used four hits and five bases-on-balls, along with one error, to
do the damage. They also used three steals, two wild pitches
and one passed ball to add to their output and when Keaton
Miller bounced out with the bases loaded and one down, John
Sawyer scored the game-ending run that invoked the run-rule.
The Bearcats opened the scoring in the top of the first with
a 2-out single to right center by T. Ringwald with an error
on the play putting him at second and a run-scoring knock
by Austin Gallimore.
Perry went up 3-1 in the home half on one hit and a big error
that led to all three runs being unearned. Luke Floyd who
got on via an error to lead it off and scored four times scored
on a wild pitch.
See HAMMERS, page 7A

CONVOY Two evenly-matched ACM teams


slugged it out Friday evening.
The big difference was
in the error column, as
Crestview scored seven
unearned runs in a 10-5 win
over Delphos St. Johns.
The Knights are now 11-3.
The Blue Jays are 6-5.
The visitors actually outhit the home team 9-8 and
each team had four extrabase hits, but St. Johns had
four errors and every one of
them was costly.
Crestview had two errors,
both in the third inning, but
they cost the Knights only
one run.
The Jays led 1-0 in the
middle of the first inning,
courtesy of consecutive doubles by second baseman Troy
Schwinnen and pitcher Josh
Warnecke.
However,
Crestview
bounced back with four runs
in the bottom of the inning to
lead 4-1 and St. Johns would
never get closer than that.
Those four runs, only one
of which was earned, came
via three hits (double by third
baseman Caden Hurless,
single by second baseman
Zech Simerman, double by
left fielder Payton Knittle), a
walk and a booted grounder.
Crestview made it 5-1
in the second with another
unearned run. Pitcher Derek
Stout led off by getting
plunked. He went to second
on an errant pickoff throw, to
third on a wild pitch and home
on a sacrifice fly by centerfielder Brant Richardson.
The Jays trumped that run
with one of their own in the

St. Johns Matt Miller gets hit by a pitch from Crestview pitcher Derek Stout, with Luke
Gerardot catching, during Friday nights ACME game at Crestview Athletic Complex.
(DHI Media/John Parent)
top of the third. That score
came on two walks and an
infield boot 5-2, Knights,
going into the bottom of the
third.
Catcher Luke Gerardot led
off the bottom of the third
with a double down the leftfield line, at which point Matt
Miller replaced Warnecke on
the hill. Simerman singled
through the left side to plate
Gerardot. Miller, however,
would have then been out of
trouble except for a dropped
fly ball, which opened the door
for two more runs, unearned,
both driven in by a ground
single up the middle by Stout.
It was 8-2 after three and
9-2 after five but Delphos
kept it interesting after that.

Stout was relieved on the


mound by Spencer Rolsten
to start the sixth inning, at
which point the Jays posed
a couple of minor threats.
They sent six batters to the
plate in the sixth and again in
the seventh, adding a total of
three runs and five hits (triple
by centerfielder Troy Elwer,
RBI single by catcher Corey
Koverman, RBI double by
right fielder Tony Sanders,
single by Schwinnen, RBI
single by first baseman Eric
Vogt) off of the hard-throwing righty.
Stout picked up the win
with five innings of work,
yielding two runs, one
earned, on four hits, striking
out seven, walking two and

hitting two batters. Of his 87


pitches, 49 were strikes.
Warnecke took the loss
with 2-plus innings. Of his six
runs yielded, only two were
earned. He gave up four hits,
struck out two, walked two,
and hit one batter. During his
four innings, Miller gave up
four runs, only one earned,
on four hits while striking out
three and walking two.
It was an active offensive
game with 16 players getting
at least a hit or a scoring a
run. Crestview was led by
Simerman, who went 3 for
3, including a double, three
runs, one RBI.
See DOUBLES-UP, page 7A

Knights rout Wildcats in shortened game


By JiM CoX

Dhi Media Correspondent


sports@timesbulletin.com

CONVOY Crestview rode the


strong right arm of Zech Simerman and
five Delphos Jefferson errors to a 9-1
ACME win Wednesday evening.
The game was shortened to five
innings by lightning and rain.
The Knights are now 9-3, the
Wildcats 3-5.
Crestview had only four hits in the
game but, combined with six walks,
seven stolen bases and five Jefferson
errors, that was plenty.
The Knights scored four runs, none
earned, in the second. The only hit in
the inning was an RBI single by third
baseman Caden Hurless. Delphos hurler
Tyler Shrider deserved a better fate in

that frame as he walked just one batter


but, because of three errors, was forced
to throw a whopping 29 pitches.
Crestview made it 8-0 by putting up
a 4-spot in the third. Shrider threw even
more pitches (35) in that inning, mainly
due to three walks and two errors. The
only hit in that inning was a triple to the
right-centerfield gap by catcher Luke
Gerardot.
After Simerman cruised through
a perfect first three innings, during
which 22 of his 27 pitches were strikes,
Jeffersons bats came alive a bit in the
top of the fourth. The Cats scored a run
on an opposite-field single to right by
shortstop-turned-catcher Brett Mahlie, a
walk to Shrider and a line single to left
by third baseman Darius Shurelds.
However, Crestview quickly trumped
that run in the bottom of the fourth when

Hurless was hit by a pitch, stole second,


went to third on a groundout and scored
on a Gerardot single up the middle
9-1 after four.
In his five innings of work, Simerman
yielded one run, earned, on two hits,
striking out three and walking one. He
threw 56 pitches, including 39 strikes.
Shrider took the loss, although only
three of his eight runs were earned.
He gave up three hits, walked four and
struck out two. He threw 77 pitches, a
lot for only three innings, including 43
strikes, striking out three and walking
one.
Dre Reed pitched two innings, yielding one run, earned, on one hit, while
striking out none, walking two and hitting one batter.

Lima Junior Golf


Ayersville rallies to knock off Lincolnview
Association

Information Submitted
McDonalds Junior Series
Superior Credit Union
Open - Celina Lynx Golf
Club

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Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
In Total
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4 4 3 5 4 4 3 4 5 36 72
BOYS 12-13
1 Harmon, Carson 5 5 3 5 7 5
3 5 5 43 43
2 Cobb, Bryce 5 6 3 6 4 5 4
7 6 46 46
3 Wisser, Alex 4 6 6 6 6 5 3
5 6 47 47
4 Hall, Britton 5 4 5 7 6 5 5
6 7 50 50
5 Smith, Solomon 11 7 2 5 5
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6 Koesters, Sam 5 9 6 7 5 6
4 6 7 55 55
7 McCoy, Braden 7 7 4 8 6 7
6 8 8 61 61
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5 48 4 5 4 7 5 4 4 5 3 41 89
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By John paRenT

Dhi Media Regional sports


editor
jparent@timesbulletin.com

MIDDLE POINT A
5-run sixth inning turned
a 1-run deficit into a 4-run
cushion for Ayersvilles
ACME team in its game at
Lincolnview on Wednesday
and the Pilots held on to win
by an 8-4 margin.
The game, which had been
scheduled as a 9-inning contest, was called after eight
innings due to lightning.
After Lancer starter Gavin
Carter held the Pilots to just
two earned runs through five
innings, Ayersville jumped on
reliever Braden Evans in the

sixth. Dauson Dales roped a


double off the left-field fence
to start the frame but was still
on base with two outs. Trace
Lawson lined a run-scoring single to center before
Isaac Hinojosa reached on an
infield hit.
Devin Emerling then
brought home a run on a
single and Hinojosa scored
on a wild pitch. Two batters
later, with the bases loaded, Kacey Williams found
an Evans offering to his liking and ripped a ball to the
gap in left center. Two runners came home to score but
Lincolnviews Ethan Kemler
hit the cutoff man, Chayten
Overholt, who fired a strike
to Sam Myers behind the

See ROUT, page 7A

plate to nail the third runner


trying to score.
The Lancers had opportunities to climb back into the
game but couldnt come up
with a clutch hit when they
needed one. They stranded
two runners on base in each
of the final three innings
against Pilots reliever Jaylon
Martinez.
Ayersville took an early
lead thanks to some aggressive baserunning in the top
of the first. A 1-out single
by Ryan Martin started the
rally,and Martin wasted little
time in stealing second. After
Dales was hit by a pitch, both
runners moved up on a double steal. That set the stage
for Martinez, who chopped

a single through the middle,


plating both runners.
Carter escaped further
damage in the inning by
striking out the next two batters. He then fanned the side
in order in the third, part of
a 9-strikeout effort for the
right-hander.
The Lancers fought back
to tie in the home first, with
Overholt setting the table on a
leadoff single that turned into
a double when the ball was
misplayed in left. After an
infield hit by Carter, Overholt
came home on a wild pitch
and Carter later scored on
Kemlers RBI single to right
center.
See RALLIES, page 7A

Crowle and Camp combine for no-hitter


By Daniel Joseph

Dhi Media staff Writer


djoseph@timesbulletin.com

HAVILAND The Crestview


Knights traveled to Wayne Trace to
take on the Raiders in ACME play on
Thursday night and it was very one-sided.
Seniors-to-be Tanner Crowle and
Lance Camp combined to throw a
no-hitter as the Knights defeated the
Raiders 6-0.
It was nice, Crestview Knight head
coach Jeff Helm said. Tanner (Crowle)
and Lance (Camp) threw really well and
relied on their defense. They let them
(Wayne Trace) swing the bat and its a

good thing to see. We always need guys


to step on the mound and it was nice to
see that tonight.
The Knights wasted little time to get
on the board as back-to-back-to-back
hits from Brant Richardson, Spencer
Rolsten and Luke Gerardot gave them a
quick 2-0 lead.
Crestview score again in the second
inning when Derek Stout, who singled
after a leadoff fly out, scored from first
base on a double-error.
The Knights added three more runs to
their total in the sixth inning despite not
recording a hit. Two walks, a hit batter
and two Raider errors plated the three
runs. Crestview managed to strand no
runners in the inning and stranded just

three in the game.


We are putting pressure on the
defense, Helm said. We are making
things happen and stealing some bases
and hitting the ball to right side when
there is a runner on third base. We just
try to get a run here and there.
Wayne Trace struggled with errors to
the tune of five on the night.
We just need to forget about an error
and move on to the next play, Morman
said. Tonight we let one error lead to
another and runs scored because of it.
Crowle started on the rubber for the
Knights and pitched into the fifth inning
and struck out nine while walking three.
See NO-HITTER, page 7A

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Cougs put it all together, belt Jays

St. Johns reliever Troy Elwer uncorks a pitch versus Van Wert Wednesday night at Jeffersons Brett Mahlie lays down a bunt in the first inning of Thursdays ACME game
versus Lincolnview at Wildcat Field. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
Stadium Park. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)
BY JIM METCALFE
DHI Media Sports Editor
jmetcalfe@delphosherald.com

DELPHOS Good pitching is always welcome in the


game of baseball, no matter
what time or level.
Errors are not.
Van Wert had the good
pitching Wednesday night at
Stadium Park, while host St.
Johns had more errors (5)
than hits (1).
That all led up to an 11-3
Cougar triumph in ACME
action.
Van Werts Lawson
Blackmore threw a complete
game 1-hitter a 2-run
home run by Eric Vogt in the
home seventh.
He also walked seven but
fanned 12.
Four Blue Jay hurlers
ceded 14 hits, five baseson-balls and two hit batters
but five of the runs were
unearned.
Van Wert wasted a bases-loaded situation with one
down against Jays starter
Vogt John Lee hit by a
pitch and back-to-back singles by Caleb Fetzer (4-for-5,
3 runs scored, 2 runs batted
in) and Nick Gutierrez.
Van Wert went up 1-0
in the second. Nate Temple
was plunked, advanced on
a Holden Willingham single
and a 2-out passed ball and
scored on an error on Lees
grounder.
Jacob Youngpeter walked
with one down in the Jays
second and stole second.
Blackmore singled with
one out in the third versus
Troy Elwer and stole second.
Mathew Miller walked to
lead off he St. Johns third but

Rallies

was gunned down trying to


steal by catcher Storm Price.
With one down in the
Cougar fourth, Tristen
Wehner and Mason Carr
singled and moved up on a
passed ball. An error on Lees
grounder scored Wehner and
Fetzers double to the leftfield corner got Carr and
Lee (who had stolen second)
in. In turn, Fetzer scored on
another error, bringing in
Corey Koverman to finish the
frame. He walked Blackmore
but induced Darius Eddins
into a 4-6-3 twin-killing to
finish with a 5-0 lead.
The Jays finally got
to Blackmore in the home
half on a 1-out walk to
Troy Schwinnen, a steal, a
wild pitch and after Josh
Warnecke walked an RBI
groundout to third by Vogt.
Willingham walked with
one down in the Van Wert
fifth and gained second on a
passed ball.
The visitors sent eight to
the dish in the upper sixth.
Kobe Palmer started it with
a free pass and Fetzer singled
into left. Both advanced on
a fly ball to center by Nick
Gutierrez and Palmer touched
the dish on an infield hit off the
pitcher by Blackmore. After
he burgled second, Chase
McHughs bouncer was misplayed, scoring both Fetzer
and Blackmore. Temple singled and Willingham worked
a bases-on-balls to load the
bases and bring lefty Luke
Reindel to the hill. An error
on Wehners grounder played
McHugh got a 9-1 edge but a
double-play grounder by Carr
ended the threat.
Aaron Reindel was issued
a 2-out walk in the Jays sixth.

(Continued from page 6A)

Lincolnview took the lead in the home


fourth. Braxton Fox walked and Jacob Hale
came in to pinch-run. Hale moved up on a
wild pitch by Ayersville starter Williams, then
got to third on a ground out. Overholt walked
and wasted no time in trying to steal. On
that play, Ayerville catcher DJ Rays throw
went to third, hoping to catch Hale napping.
Instead, the throw sailed into left, allowing a
run to score and putting the Lancers on top.
Carter followed with another base hit, plating
Overholt, for a 4-2 lead.
Ayersville got an unearned run in the top of
the fifth against Carter.
Williams earned the win for Ayersville,
yielding four hits and four runs (two earned)
in five innings of work. He walked three but
struck out eight. Martinez picked up a save
with his three innings of relief. He allowed
two hits and four walks but kept the Lancers
off the board.
Evans was saddled with the loss. He
allowed four runs, all earned, on six hits and
two walks in 1 2/3 innings. Carter went five,
surrendering four hits and three runs (two
earned) with two walks and nine strikeouts.

Hammers

(Continued from page 6A)

Dillon Maxwell (4 walks)


and Austin Money (3 runs)
scored courtesy of a 2-out
double by Logan Liles.
Spencerville got within
3-2 in the upper second on
a leadoff double to left center by Vogt, an obstruction
call on Stephens grounder
and after Stephens swiped
second an error on a pickoff play. Stephen was then
gunned down by third sacker
Luke Floyd trying to score on
Lees grounder.
Spencerville grabbed its
only lead of 4-3 in the upper
third on a leadoff free pass to
J.T. Thiery, a stolen base, an
error on a pickoff try and
after a walk to Brady Nolan

Van Wert finished its scoring with two in the seventh.


With one out, Fetzer legged
out an infield hit to deep
short, Gutierrez doubled to
left center and both scored
courtesy of Blackmores double to left. They loaded the
sacks on a hit to center by
McHugh and a free pass to
Willingham but remained so.
Warnecke walked to open
the bottom half and scored
on Vogts bomb over the
left-field fence. Youngpeter
walked and stole second with
one down but no further.

Cats hold off Lancers


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

DELPHOS Usually, when a team gives


up 11 bases-on-balls and commits six errors
on the baseball diamond, it ends up in a loss.
Thats exactly what Jeffersons ACME
Summer Baseball team did Thursday night at
Wildcat Field in Delphos against Lincolnview.
Fortunately, three Wildcats hurlers also
struck out 12 Lancers and stranded 13
base-runners in a tight 4-3 triumph.
VAN WERT (11)
After Jefferson lefty starter Jacob Pulford
Mason Carr cf 5-1-1-0,
Johnathan Lee lf 2-1-0-1, Kobe (struck out 6 and walked 6 in 3 2/3 innings but
Palmer lf 1-1-0-0, Caleb Fetzer 2b didnt give up a hit; 3-for-3 at the plate with
5-3-4-2, Nick Gutierrez ss 5-1-2-0,
Lawson Blackmore p 4-1-3-3, Darius 3 runs batted in) picked off Braden Evans at
Eddins rf 3-1-0-1, Chase McHugh rf second (walk and steal), the Wildcats took the
2-1-0-1, Nathan Temple 1b 4-1-1- lead for good in the home half against com0, Holden Willingham 3b 2-0-1-0, plete-game pitcher Chayten Overholt. Jacob
Tristen Wehner dh 5-1-1-1, Storm
Boop (2-for-4, 2 runs) started it with a sharp
Price c 0-0-0-0. Totals 38-11-14-8.
ST. JOHNS (3)
opposite-field single to right, advanced on a
Aaron Reindel 2b/rf 2-0-0-0, Brett Mahlie sacrifice bunt and scored on a
Troy Schwinnen c 2-1-0-0, Josh
Warnecke 3b 1-1-0-0, Eric Vogt p/cf/ liner to left by Pulford, with the latter taking
ss/1b 3-1-1-3, Jacob Youngpeter 1b/ second on the throw home. He took third on
cf 1-0-0-0, Troy Elwer cf/p 2-0-0-0, Tyler Shriders groundout. Darius Shurelds
Luke Reindel 1b/p 1-0-0-0, Corey
Koverman ss/p 3-0-0-0, Mathew and Jordan Boop walked to load the bases but
Miller rf 1-0-0-0, Adam Gerker 2b Andrew Fousts comebacker ended the threat.
1-0-0-0, Tony Sanders lf 1-0-0-0,
Thad Walker earned a free pass with one
Dominic Metzger lf 1-0-0-0, Carter
Teman eh 1-0-0-0, Chandler Skym out in the Lancer second, burgled second and
took third on a 2-out wild pitch.
ph 1-0-0-0. Totals 21-3-1-3.
Score by Innings: R H E
Jefferson made it 2-0 in the home second.
Van Wert 0 1 0 4 0 4 2 - 11 14 0
With two down, Jacob Boop legged out an
St. Johns 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 - 3 1 5
E: Koverman 3, A. Reindel, infield hit to deep short, pilfered second, took
Vogt; DP; St. Johns 2; LOB: Van third on a wild pitch and after Mahlie
Wert 13, St. Johns 4; 2B: Fetzer, walked scored on Pulfords slice to left.
Gutierrez, Blackmore; HR:Vogt; SB:
Blackmore 2, Youngpeter 2, Lee, However, Shrider forced Mahlie at third to
Schwinnen; CS: Miller (by Price).
keep it 2-0, Wildcats.
IP H R ER BB SO
The Lancers again threatened in the top
VAN WERT
of the fourth. Braxton Fox worked a walk to
Blackmore (W) 7.0 1 3 3 7 12
ST. JOHNS
lead it off and took second on a pickoff error;
Vogt (L) 2.0 3 1 0 0 4
however, he was nabbed trying to reach third.
Elwer 1.2 4 4 1 0 0
Evans was safe on an error, stole second and
Koverman 2.0 3 4 3 4 1
took third on a wild pitch on Gavin Carters
L. Reindel 1.2 4 2 2 1 0
WP: Blackmore. PB: Schwinnen walk. However, the latter was caught stealing
3. HBP: Lee (by Vogt), Temple (by
Vogt). BB: Willingham 3, Blackmore, second by Dre Reed. Back-to-back free passes
Palmer, Warnecke 2, Youngpeter 2, to Walker and Sam Myers to end Pulfords
A. Reindel, Schwinnen, Miller.
night on the mound and bring in Mahlie. He
fanned Ethan Parsons to keep it a 2-0 score.
The visitors again threatened in the fifth.
With two down, Overholt was safe on a
throwing error, stole second and garnered
Thad Walker pitched the final 1 1/3 frames for
third on a wild pitch on Foxs free pass. Evans
the Lancers, allowing just one hit and fanning
flied out to right to keep the score 2-0.
three.
The Red and White scored one in the home
***
fifth for a 3-0 edge. Mahlie beat out a nibbler
AYERSVILLE (8)
Kacey Williams p 4-0-2-2, Ryan Martin ss 5-1-1-0, to second and touched the dish on Pulfords
Dauson Dales 1b 2-2-1-0, Jaylen Martinez 3b 2-0-1-2, DJ double to right center.
Ray c 4-0-2-0, Trace Lawson lf 3-1-1-0, Isaac Hinojosa rf
4-1-1-0, Devin Emerling cf 4-2-1-1, Kyle Nicely 2b 2-1-00, Ethan Becher eh 2-0-1-1; Totals 32-8-11-7
LINCOLNVIEW (4)
Chayten Overholt ss 4-2-1-0, Gavin Carter p 3-1-2-1,
Jaden Youtsey 3b 3-0-0-0, Ethan Kemler rf 4-0-1-1,
Thad Walker lf 4-0-0-0, Braden Evans cf 4-0-0-0, Sam
Myers c 3-0-0-0, Braxton Fox 2b 0-0-0-0 x-Jacob Hale
pr 0-1-0-0, Ethan Parsons 1b 3-0-1-0 x-Levi McMaster rf
1-0-1-0; Totals 29-4-6-2
E Lawson, Ray, Carter 2; LOB Ayersville 10,
Lincolnview 11; 2B Dales, Williams; SB Martin 2,
Dales 2, Emerling, Overholt, Carter; CS Becher, Dales;
SAC Nicely; HBP Dales (by Carter), Dales (by Evans),
Lawson (by Evans), Becher (by Walker); PO Carter (by
Williams)
Ayersville 200 015 00 - 8 11 2
Lincolnview 200 200 00 - 4 6 2
Pitching ip-h-r-er-bb-k
Ayersville
Williams (W) 5.0-4-4-2-4-8
Martinez (sv) 3.0-2-0-0-4-0
Lincolnview
Carter 5.0-4-3-2-2-9
Evans (L) 1.2-6-4-4-2-0
Walker 1.1-1-0-0-0-3
WP Williams 3, Carter, Evans; PB Myers.

No-hitter

(Continued from page 6A)

Camp pitched the final


two innings and fanned two
while walking one.
With the loss, the Raiders
fall to 2-3 on the season
and will be in in action next
on Monday at home versus
Fairview.
***
Crestview (6)
Caden Hurless 3b 3-0-1-0, Brant
Richardson cf 1-2-1-0, Spencer
Rolsten ss 3-1-1-2, Luke Gerardot c

SPENCERVILLE (9)
J.T. Thiery cf 3-1-0-0, Brady
Nolan ss/1b 2-1-0-0, Thad Ringwald
p/eh 2-1-2-2, Luke Falke 2b 1-0-0-0,
Austin Gallimore c 2-0-1-1, Jack
Fletcher ss 1-0-1-0, Zach Ringwald
1b/c 3-0-0-0, Conner Vogt rf 2-11-0, Hunter Stephen eh/p 3-1-1-0,
Chandler Kahle 3b 3-2-2-1, Kale Lee
lf 3-0-0-0, Luke Market 2b/eh 3-1-11. Totals 28-8-9-5.
PERRY (19)
Luke Floyd 3b 2-4-1-1, Dillon
Maxwell c 0-3-0-0, Louie Hoersten
cf/ss 4-2-1-1, Jay Money p/cf 4-1-32, Austin Money ss/p 2-3-0-0, Logan
Liles 1b 4-2-3-5, John Sawyer 2b
3-2-1-2, Jaren Law lf 1-1-0-0, Casey
McQueen rf/eh 3-0-0-1, Keaton
Miller eh/rf 4-1-1-1. Totals 27-1910-13.
Score by Innings:

LINCOLNVIEW (3)
Chayten Overholt p 4-0-0-0, Braxton Fox 2b 2-0-0-0,
Braden Evans cf 3-1-1-0, Gavin Carter ss 2-1-0-0, Thad
Walker 3b 0-0-0-0, Sam Myers c 3-1-1-1, Ethan Parsons
1b 4-0-1-0, Jacob Hale lf 3-0-0-0, Levi McMaster rf 4-01-1. Totals 25-3-4-2.
JEFFERSON (4)
Jacob Boop cf 4-2-2-0, Brett Mahlie ss/p 2-1-1-0,
Jacob Pulford p/1b 3-0-3-3, Tyler Shrider 1b/rf 3-0-00, Darius Shurelds 3b 2-0-0-0, Jordan Boop lf 2-0-0-0,
Andrew Foust 2b/ss/p 3-0-0-0, Dre Reed c 3-0-1-0, David
Grant rf 1-0-0-0, Daniel Luhmkuhl 2b 2-1-0-0. Totals
25-4-7-3.
Score by Innings: R H E
Lincolnview 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 - 3 4 2
Jefferson 1 1 0 0 1 1 x - 4 7 6
E: Shrider 2, Walker, Myers, Mahlie, Pulford,
Shurelds, Foust; LOB: Lincolnview 12, Jefferson 7; 2B:
Parsons, Pulford; SB: Evans 2, Jac. Boop 2, Overholt,
Walker; CS: Carter (by Reed); POB: Evans (by Pulford);
Sac: Mahlie.
IP H R ER BB SO
LINCOLNVIEW
Overholt (L) 6.0 7 4 3 3 2
JEFFERSON
Pulford (W) 3.2 0 0 0 6 6
Mahlie (H) 2.1 2 1 1 3 3
Foust (S) 1.0 2 2 1 2 3
WP: Overholt 3, Pulford 2, Mahlie, Foust. BB:
Walker 4, Fox 2, Carter 2, Evans, Myers, Hale, Mahlie,
Shurelds, Jor. Boop. Pitches-Strikes: Overholt 80-50;
Pulford 73-35, Mahlie 53-27, Foust 29-17.

3-0-1-1, Zech Smierman 2b 0-1-00, Jacob Painter rf 2-1-0-0, Payton


Knittle lf 3-0-0-0, Derek Stout 1b
2-1-1-0, Alex Ingram PH 1-0-0-0,
Tanner Crowle p 2-0-0-0, Lance
Camp p 1-0-0-0, Derek Biro eh 2-00-0, Dylan Hicks ph 0-0-0-0; Totals
23-6-5-3
Wayne Trace (0)
Reid Miller 2b 2-0-0-0, Blaine
Jerome 3b 3-0-0-0, Seth Yenser lf
2-0-0-0, Quinton Stabler 3-0-0-0,
Grant Baumle ss/p 2-0-0-0, Jayden
Sherry ph 1-0-0-0, Caleb Schaufer
rf 2-0-0-0, Kolyn Hilkey rf 1-0-0-0,
Kam Forrer p/ss 2-0-0-0, Braden
Zuber cf 0-0-0-0, Korbin Slade c
3-0-0-0; Totals 22-0-0-0

Rout

(Continued from page 6A)

a 2-run tough-hop double to left by T. Ringwald.


Ringwald advanced on a
Gallimore grounder but was
cut down in a brief rundown
at home.

Lincolnview got within 3-1 in the sixth but


couldve done more damage. With one out,
Walker who walked four times walked.
Myers hit a bouncer but a throwing error
was committed, leaving both runners safe.
Parsons doubled to the fence in right center
but Walker who held up at second and
was involved in some confusing base-running
ended up getting tagged out at home on
a Jacob Boop-Daniel Lehmkuhl-Reed relay,
leaving runners at second and third. Jacob
Hale walked to juice the bases and Levi
McMaster delivered an RBI single to left to
get Myers in. However, Overholt fouled out
to leave the bases juiced.
Jefferson added an all-important insurance
run in the home sixth. With one gone, Dre
Reed beat out an infield hit to short but was
forced at second by Lehmkuhl. Wild pitches
moved him to third and an error on the latter scored him for a 4-1 edge. Jacob Boop
got aboard via a throwing error and swiped
second.
With Foust on in relief, Lincolnview made
it interesting in the upper seventh. With one
down, Evans looped a single to short right;
an error on the play put him at second. Carter
and Walker were issued free passes to load the
bases. Myers lined a hit into right to get Evans
in and an error on Parsons grounder plated
Carter for a 4-3 score with the bases still loaded. However, Hale and McMaster were caught
looking at strike 3s to end the game.
Jefferson visits St. Johns Monday.

Gerardot was the games leading hitter,

Baumle 1.1-0-2-2-1-2
HBP Camp, Baumle; Pitches-Strikes
Crowle 88-50, Camp 27-14, Forrer 10465, Baumle 22-11.

2-0-0-0, Shrider p/2b 1-0-0-0, Shurelds 3b 2-0-1-1,


Jordan Boop lf 2-0-0-0, Foust 2b/ss 2-0-0-0, Reed c/p
2-0-0-0, Grant rf 2-0-0-0. Totals 17-1-2-1.
CRESTVIEW (9)
Hurless 3b 2-1-1-1, Richardson cf 2-0-0-0, Schumm
rf 1-0-0-0, Rolsten ss 2-1-1-0, Gerardot c 3-1-2-2,
Simerman p 0-1-0-1, Painter rf/cf 1-2-0-0, Ingram ph
0-0-0-0, Crowle 1b 1-0-0-0, Stout dh 1-1-0-0, Knittle lf
2-1-0-0, Biro 2b 3-1-0-1, Camp eh 2-0-0-0. Totals 20-94-4.
Triple: Gerardot (CV). LOB: Jefferson 2, Crestview 6. WP:
Simerman. LP: Shrider.
Jefferson 000 10 - 1 2 5
Crestview 044 10 - 9 4 0

Spencerville 1 1 2 2 0 3 - 9 8 6
going 2 for 3, including a triple, scoring
Perry 3 0 9 0 0 7 - 19 10 7
Game-ending run scored with 2 once and driving in two. No other player had
outs in bottom of 6th
more than one hit, not surprising considering
E: Gallimore 4, J. Money 2,
A. Money 2, Fletcher, Lee, Floyd, that there were only six hits total (two by
Hoersten, Liles; DP: Spencerville 1, Jefferson, four by Crestview) in the game.
Perry 1; LOB: Spencerville 4, Perry
***
4; 2B: T. Ringwald, Vogt, Stephen, JEFFERSON (1)
Kahle, Market, J. Money; SB: Liles Jacob Boop cf 2-0-0-0, Mahlie ss/c 2-1-1-0, Pulford 1b
3, Sawyer 3, Floyd 2, A. Money 2,
Thiery, Stephen; POB: Law (by T.
Ringwald).
IP H R ER BB SO
SPENCERVILLE
T. Ringwald (L) 2.0 5 10 5 5 4
Stephen 3.2 5 9 5 7 4
(Continued from page 6A) Vogt ss/1b 4-0-1-1, Elwer cf 4-1-1-0,
PERRY
Koverman 3-1-1-1, Sanders lf/rf 3-0J. Money (W) 5.0 7 6 3 2 3
2-1, Miller 1b/p 2-0-0-0, Metzger 3b
A. Money 1.0 2 3 3 1 3
St. Johns got multiple-hit 1-0-0-0, Teman 3b 2-0-0-0, Skym eh
T. Ringwald pitched to 7 batters
games from Schwinnen (2 3-0-1-0. Totals 30-5-9-4.
in 3rd
CRESTVIEW (10)
WP: Stephen 4, A. Money 3, for 2, including a double, two
Hurless
3b/ss
2-1-1-0,
T. Ringwald 2. HBP: Floyd (by runs) and Sanders (2 for 3,
Richardson cf 2-0-0-1, Camp rf 1-0Stephen). PB: Gallimore, Z.
0-0, Rolsten ss/p 3-0-1-1, Gerardot
Ringwald. BB: Maxwell 4, Law 3, including a double, one RBI).
c 3-2-1-0, Simerman 2b 3-3-3-1,
***
A. Money 2, Thiery, Nolan, Vogt,
Painter rf/cf 3-2-0-0, Knittle lf/3b
ST.
JOHNS
(5)
Floyd, Sawyer, McQueen.
3-0-1-2, Crowle 1b 3-0-0-0, Stout p
Reindel rf/lf 3-1-0-0, Schwinnen
2b 2-2-2-0, Warnecke p/ss 3-0-1-1, 1-1-1-2, Ingram lf 1-0-0-0, Schumm

Doubles-Up

E Simeman, Stabler 2, Baumle,


Forrer, Jerome; LOB CV 3, WT 6;
2B Richardson, Rolsten; HBP
Simerman, Forrer SB Simerman
3, Gerardot, Richardson, Forrer, S.
Yenser; CS Gerardot
CV 210 003 0 6 5 1
WT 000 000 0 0 0 5
Pitching:
IP-H-R-ER-BB-K
Crestview:
Crowle (W) 5.0-0-0-0-3-9
Camp 2.0- 0-0-0-1-2
Wayne Trace:
Forrer (L) 5.2-5-4-3-3-5

eh/c 1-1-0-0. Totals 26-10-8-7.


Doubles: Schwinnen (DSJ),
Warnecke (DSJ), Sanders (DSJ),
Hurless (CV), Gerardot (CV),
Simerman (CV), Knittle (CV).
Triple: Elwer (DSJ). LOB: DSJ 9, CV - 6. Double Play: Rolsten
to Crowle (CV). WP: Stout. LP:
Warnecke.
St. Johns - 101 002 1 - 5 9 4
Crestview - 413 011 x - 10 8 2

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Jefferson Athletics (100 years ago)


establishment of a D.H.S. athletic
association. Mr. Thomas and the
students may get together in a short
time and discuss the project, which,
it is declared, is a good one, and
would do much toward placing athletics of the Delphos high school on
an absolutely solid basis.
Roughness connected with football has always promoted opposition to the game in certain quarters,
but each year has seen the elimination of one or more objectionable
features, and this year is no exception.
While not radical, the changes
made this year are consistent with
reducing unsportsmanlike conduct.
The rule makes have decreed that
after the referees whistle stops the
play, no member of the interference
shall be allowed to run into the
secondary defense, nor shall the
defensive players be permitted to
run into a man after the whistle, and
this eliminates a lot of unnecessary
roughness.
Last year, in particular, there
were a good many injuries received
in this manner after the play was
supposed to have been stopped.
The fullback, or punter, receives
further protection, hereafter, when
a man runs into the fullback or
punter preparing to kick, his side
will be penalized fifteen yards and
the offending player is disqualified. Striking, kneeing, kicking of
a player, as well as striking with
the locked hands are still punished
by disqualification and half the distance of the goal.

Athletics, from present indications will be a stronger feature of


the school life of Delphos High
students during the coming year
than for some time prior. L. M.
Thomas, new head of the high
school commercial department, is
an athletic person of the first class,
having figured in track activities,
baseball, football and basketball,
while attending college. He is now
organizing basketball teams among
the local high school students, and
playing will start as soon as he is
able to find a suitable hall. The high
school gymnasium is inadequate for
the requirements of basketball, the
ceiling being too low. Mr. Thomas
has agreed to take charge of all
athletics among high school pupils
this year.
There has been some talk of a
football team for the Delphos high
school this year, and it is conceded
that there is plenty of timber to form
a mighty strong squad of pigskin
artists. The Delphos high school has
been without a football team for a
number of years. H.R. Hick, principal of the high school is an old time
football player, having played three
years on a high school team and one
year on the varsity squad in college.
When asked as to the prospects for
the organization of a Delphos high
school football team, he declared
that nothing could be forecasted at
this time. Later developments will
tell, he said.
Another proposition that is being
talked of in line with coming local
high school athletic activities is the

Within the last few years there


has been much dissatisfaction found
with teams which deliberately threw
the forward pass out of bounds
instead of striking a punt. Hereafter
this becomes an incomplete forward
pass.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 13, 1915
Alex Mericle Injured in Farm
Accident
Alex Mericle, 44 years old, a
farmer, residing 6 miles east of
Delphos, was seriously injured
Wednesday afternoon when the
overvest that he was wearing at the
time, was caught by the fly wheel
of a tractor engine. He was carried
around by the fly wheel for one
complete revolution and then hurled
with great force to the ground. His
injuries consisted of a deep gash in
the forehead, one in each cheek, and
numerous bruises. His left hip was
fractured, six stitches were required
to close the gap in the right cheek.
Mr. Mericle was unconscious for
about two hours, reviving shortly
before being take to Lima hospital.
Internal injuries were feared by the
attending physicians.
The victim was engaged in tightening a belt on the engine when the
accident occurred. He was working
with a threshing outfit of Thomas
Paul at a point near Leatherwood.
Mr. Mericle is a brother of Mrs.
David Reese of Delphos.
From late reports, Mr. Mericle
was getting along as well as could
be expected.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 9, 1916
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Car thieves broke open a box of


shirts consigned to the Odenweller
Co., local clothing merchants, and
when the shipment was checked
at the store five shirts were found
missing. Agent G.C. Marston of
the Clover Leaf was notified, and
he reported the theft to officials.
Detectives will be put on the case.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 13, 1915
Safety Zone Idea for Delphos
The Safety Zone Idea as carried out by larger cities in enforcing
traffic regulations, is being applied
here under the direction of Chief
Kehoes. Work of marking off the
safety zones at four intersections
along the principal thoroughfares
started Monday afternoon. The
white line will tend to remind the
automobilist to use caution in crossing the intersections, and will also
serve the purpose of keeping pedestrians from cutting across, when
going from one side of the street
to the other. Automobiles will not
be allowed parking space within
the safety zones. The latter will be
placed at First and Main, Second
and Main, Third and Main, and
Fifth and Main.
Chief Kehoes informed the
Herald that he will start enforcing
the traffic ordinance by Wednesday.
He will not deal with the offenders in a stringent manner at first,
but will warn them against another violation, and inform them of
the provisions of the ordinance. He
declares that he believes in educating the motorists at the beginnings
as to what is expected of them All

of his policemen will be instructed


to watch out for offenders, and will
be provided with a full knowledge
of the contents of the measure.
One of the provisions of the
ordinance prohibits the opening of
mufflers, Chief Kehoes says that
motorcyclists especially are guilty
of violating this clause.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 18, 1915
Chambers Building To Get Big
Makeover
What will be one of the most
modern storerooms in the city,
is that on the first floor of the
Chambers building, Third and Main
streets, which is now being remodeled by the new owners, for the
occupancy by the Swisher sisters. A
modern front of copper trimmings,
prism glass with a recess entrance,
nine feet wide at the sidewalk, and a
handsome steel ceiling, are two features that will create a most pleasing
effect. The show windows will be of
the mirror display type, one measuring 60 by 90 inches at the front, and
the other 76 by 90 inches. The south
window will be 76 by 90 inches.
The storeroom proper will be
80 feet long and 20 feet wide, and
in the rear will be a room 20 feet
square, for use as an office and storage quarters. With the near future,
the stairway on the south side, leading to the telephone exchanges, will
be removed, and a new one constructed in the rear of building.
Delphos Herald, Sept. 18, 1915
Read more in next Saturdays
Herald.

FROM THE ARCHIVES


10 Years Ago 2006
The fourth annual Relay for Life started
like all those that came before. Fifty-year
cancer survivor Betty McKowen cut the
ribbon and led the more than 95 survivors around the track for the opening lap.
American Cancer Society Vice President
of Volunteer and Staff Development Julie
Brickner, an Ottoville native, brought a
team to the track this year to see what
all the fuss about the Delphos Relay was
about.
Delphos VFW Ladies Auxiliary met
in regular session June 15, and will be
sending seven members to summer convention in Independence June 21-25. Earlene
Williams reported that she has finished the
chair for the Chairfest Contest. Mary Lou
Harman was elected one-year trustee and
will be installed at the next meeting.
Jefferson and Lincolnview battled
through a pair of 5-inning ACME tilts
Friday night at Lincolnview High School.
In game 1, Lanceview started Chris Boyd
pitched a complete-game triumph, as
Lincolnview beat the Wildcats 8-1. In
game 2, Matt Antalis turned the tables on
the Lancers, tossing a complete game, and
Sean Fisher knocked in the game-winning
run as the Wildcats split the twin-bill with
a 3-2 victory.
25 Years Ago 1991
The June Bug couples scramble with
handicap was held at the Delphos Country
Club. Taking first place was the team of
Gary and Marilyn Holdgreve and Gene
and Kathy Turnwald. Second place went
to Dag and Marge Herman and Al and Jean
Rohrbacher. George and Jane Schwinnen
and George and Carol Hellman took third.
Three teams tied for fourth place. They
were: Omer and Alice Ricker and Gene and
Alice Rayman, Ike and Jo Bandelier and
Don and Frank Grothouse, and Stephen
and Karyn Cook and Ron and Donna
Stuckey.
Senior school members honored at
the recent St. Johns High School senior
awards assembly were Kristi Klausing,
Trisha Odenweller, Sarah Shackelford,
Kelly Schroeder, Amie Feathers and
Annette Eggeman. The Ray Kroc Memorial
Scholarship was presented by McDonalds
representatives Jim Maidon and Jerry
Lewis to Kristi Klausing and Scott Shaw.
Jefferson Senior High School recently
held its annual academic awards ceremony at the high school. Jodi Druckemiller
was presented the Rotary Award of $400
by Ron Elwer, president of the Delphos
Rotary Club. Glen Renner was awarded
the first annual Kaskel $300 scholarship by
Londa Kaskel. Renner also received a Phi
Delta Kappa award for $250 and a trophy.
35 Years Ago 1981

Future Homemakers of America members and freshman home economics students recently conducted story hour at
the Ottoville Branch Library. The girls
participating were Amy Averesch, Brenda
Beining, Brenda Burgei, Janice Eickholt,
Judy Honigford, Tammy Honigford, Sue
Koester and Lisa Kramer. Viola Friemoth,
librarian, and Helen Devitt, home economics teacher also were on hand for the
session.
About 90 members and guests attended the Delphos Country Club Ladies
Invitational golf tournament Wednesday
morning. Finishing first in the best ball
tournament was the team of Lucy Brucceri
of Celina, Carol Hellman of Fort Jennings,
Mickey Urich of Celina and Dee Westrich
of Delphos. Second-place team members
were Miriam Wentermeyer of Lima, Syvilla
Odenweller, Mille Metzger of Delphos, and
Juanita Gagle of Celina.
50 Years Ago 1966
Plans for the Jaycee sponsored 4th of
July Community Day event are nearly complete. Dick Bailey and Bob Pothast will be
general co-chairmen of the holiday event.
Other sub-chairmen include: refreshments,
Don Link and Tom Koester; games, Jerry
Backus, Jim Mesker and Tim McKowen;
lunch stand, Art Utrup and Roger Davis;
childrens games, Charles Lauser, Red
Adams and Doug McElroy; fishing derby,
Mike Lehmann; dunking machine, Don
Kundert; and drawing, Tom Groves.
Delphos will hold its third annual Fourth
of July Slo-pitch tournament at Stadium
Park starting July 1 through July 4. There
were 13 teams entered in the first slo-pitch
tourney held here and 22 teams in the 1965
tourney. Town Tavern, now Pohlman Bros.,
was the 1964 winner and Maags Caf of
Defiance the 1965 winner. Teams can be
entered in the tournament by contacting
Bob Arnzen, South Cass Street.
Psi Chapter, Alpha Delta Omega
National Sorority met recently in the home
of Lynn Davis. Mrs. Paul Eleyet opened
the evening session by demonstrating cake
decorating. The decorated cake was given
as a door prize and awarded to Connie
Wieging. The business meeting was opened
by all repeating the sorority prayer.
60 Years Ago 1956
Robert Heitmeyer, a senior next year at
Fort Jennings High School and the Delphos
Jaycees representative in the state teenage
Road-e-o held Saturday at Euclid, didnt
score the top score but did himself proud
by ranking fifth among the 152 contestants.
The Fort Jennings youth scored 516 points
out of a possible 565, only 22 points under
the first place winner.
See ARCHIVES, page 13

Saturday, June 18, 2016

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Father of the Bride (50, NR) Spencer Tracy. HD
Umarete wa mita (32)
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Now You See Me (13)
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Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Loves Ray. Gaffigan
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(7:00) Ted 2 (15, R) HD Game of Thrones (N)
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A10 The Herald

Saturday, June 18, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Opinion
Nancy Spencer

Happy Fathers
On the
Day
Other Hand
Sunday is Fathers Day a celebration of dad and all he does throughout
the year.
Happy Fathers Day to you all. I hope
you dads enjoy your day in the spotlight.
For a little girl, her father can be
everything. Hes the one we first hold
hands with. Hes our knight in shining armor. Hes our hero who banishes
monsters from under the bed and in the
closet. He assures us we can do whatever. Hes our first love.
My father has been gone now for
more than 18 years. There still isnt a
week that passes that I dont think about
him and wish I could share my hopes,
joys and sorrows with him.
One of the things that has stuck in my
mind is my fathers hands.
They were very capable and strong.
The nails had grease under them from
his long days working under the hood of
a car. There must be a point when it just
doesnt come off anymore. The knuck-

les were often knicked from a slipped


wrench or screwdriver and the palms
were calloused.
Those hands held my mothers when
they were married and then my brother
and sister when they were born. Those
hands held me when I came along.
Those hands built our garage, added
on the mud room and renovated our attic
so my sister and I could have our own
bedrooms.
Those hands put fish worms on my
hook because I was too squeamish to
do it myself. Then they took off the fish
I caught and at times filleted them for
us to eat.
Those hands built our cottage in
Michigan that provided us with a vacation destination most weekends in the
summer for nearly 20 years.
Those hands clapped for me during
band and choir concerts, after halftime
shows during football season and during
my high school graduation.
Those hands then tentatively held my

child when he was born. He said he was


afraid because he was so small. They
also held him for the first two years of
his life as he rocked him to sleep while I
worked second or third shift.
Those hands were on my childs
back as he learned to ride his first twowheel bicycle. I can still hear him shout
encouragement as my little one careened
down the sidewalk, wobbling from side
to side and squealing with delight.
Those hands rested on my shoulders
when he knew I needed to talk.
Those hands shook my fiancs when
they met for the first time many years
ago.
At the end, those hands trembled with
fatigue from the many chemotherapy
and radiation treatments to fight the
tumors that were growing in his brain.
They were held, rubbed and patted to let
him know we were by his side like he
had been for us so many times.
Happy Fathers Day in heaven, dad.
Youre still the best!

Bounce

Above the slap of my morning footfalls, wings beat overhead. This in itself is not an
anomaly; our one-lane regularly
takes a beating from my New
Balance just about the same time
that the birds wake up. With this
particular sunrise, I looked up to
see a great blue heron fly northeast, passing a southwest-bound
mature bald eagle. Half a century ago, free-flowing pollutants
Anne Coburn-Griffis
and liberal chemical applications nearly did in these birds.
I remember visiting the Maumee River as a kindergartener and
my mother telling me not to touch the water. Twenty years later, I
first heard the primordial call of a great blue heron during one of
my Stevens first visits between the cornfields of Putnam County.
What the expletive-deleted was that? yelped my city boy.
Oh that, I chuckled, not exactly sure myself, until the bird
flew up and out from the creek bed.
These days, herons fold themselves into small packages as
rain puddles around them in roadside ditches. They fly with the
sun, their long yellow legs flowing behindour living, breathing
pterodactyls. On the ground below, the chickens hide under the
trees as bald eagles circle high above the herons.
So it scares me that its June 15 and the city of Defiance has
already detected blue green algae in the vicinity of its water
intake. Downstream in Lake Erie, a mild winter resulted in little to
no ice cover to prevent the pitch and mix of sediments and sludge.
Sunday morning I saw a scarlet tanager, a flash of rich red and
a hint of black between Riley Creek and the pines at Ed and Jean
Schultes place. Later, we had fresh-picked strawberries and shortcake and watched the hot sun waver over the growing corn across
the road. No eagles or herons braved the heat, but its a blessing
to know that they are weltering with us for now.
Keep looking up.

Byron McNutt

Harvey: What fathers are made of!


There was no mistaking the voice. When
the late great Paul Harvey came on the radio,
or TV, millions and millions of Americans
stopped what they were doing or thinking
about to listen to the legendary syndicated
conservative radio broadcaster for the ABC
Radio Network. Listeners weighed every
word Harvey spoke until he told us: Now you
know the rest of the story.
Harvey was 90 when he died on Feb. 28,
2009. One of his favorite quotes was: In
times like these it helps to recall there have
always been times like these. There was
always a lot of common sense and wisdom
behind his words.
With Sunday being Fathers Day I thought
it would be a good time to share this Paul
Harvey column about fathers that I clipped
from a newspaper sometime in the mid1980s. It was good 30 years ago and its still
good today. Here it goes.
A father is a thing that is forced to endure
childbirth without an anesthetic.
A father is a thing that growls when it feels
good and laughs very loud when its scared
half to death.
A father is sometimes accused of giving
too much time to his business when the little
ones are growing up.
Thats partly fear, too.
Fathers are much more easily frightened

than mothers.
A father never feels entirely worthy of the
worship in a childs eyes.
Hes never quite the hero his daughter
thinks, never quite the man his son believes
him to be, and this worries him, sometimes.
So he works too hard to try to smooth the
rough places in the road for those of his own
who will follow him.
A father is a thing that gets very angry
when the first school grades arent as good as
he thinks they should be.
He scolds his son, though he knows its the
teachers fault.
A father is a thing that goes away to war,
sometimes.
And learns to swear and shoot and spit
through his teeth and would run the other way
except that this war is part of his only important job in life, which is making the world
better for his child than it has been for him.
Fathers grow old faster than other people.
Because they, in other wars, have to stand
at the train station and wave goodbye to the
uniform that climbs aboard.
And while mothers can cry where it shows,
fathers have to stand there and beam outsideand die inside.
Fathers have very stout hearts, so they
have to be broken sometimes or no one would
know whats inside.

Come get some lemonAID


Come get some lemonade!
You may have seen a few
articles in the newspaper
recently about The Salvation
Armys LemonAID Days that
start today.
Not long after I started back here at The Times
Bulletin, I wrote a story about
The Salvation Army and
Lt. Josh Morales vision for
their new location. He was so
excited about what he wants
to do here in Van Wert that
it also got me excited to help
out.
When he told me about
the LemonAID Days, I loved
it. Selling lemonade to help
those who are hungry in our
community seems like a great
summer activity.
I decided that I liked the
idea so much that I wanted to
have a lemonade stand here at
The Times Bulletin.
So mark your calendars for
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, June
24! We will have delicious
lemonade - the best you have
ever tasted. We will also have
sugar cookies that will be iced
to look like lemons and other

tasty treats.
There may also be a
giant lemon and some music
involved.
We will have a convenient
drive-thru available so if you
are just swinging by on your
lunch break, we can get you
in and out with your sweet
treats fast.
Most of our writing staff
at The Times Bulletin will
be there, too, so if you want
to come meet me, Colin or
Daniel to share a story idea
or just put a face with the
name, you should come by.
Our front office employees
will also be out there and our
advertising team will be on
hand as well.
I could not ask to have
better coworkers. They have
jumped on board with all my
crazy ideas, like my spur of
the moment idea Thursday
afternoon to wear purple and
decorate for the Relay for Life
on Friday.
Friday morning, we were
out decorating our trees
and parking lot with purple streamers and chalk and

IN
THE
LOOP
By
Erin Cox

everyone wore purple!


Sometimes as a newspaper
reporter, I forget that I can
participate in the events as
well.
Im so used to just being
behind the camera and writing the story that I dont usually think about participating
myself.
I love volunteering and
Im a service-oriented person.
I recently joined the Service
Club and enjoyed getting to
work at the annual Pancake
Day.
I think that really
re-sparked my love for volunteering and now that I have
found a group of people who I
know like getting involved as
well, I cant wait to do more.
Please come by our lemonade stand on Friday, 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m.! Lets not forget that
despite how much fun I think
this is going to be, it is all for
a good cause. It will go to
help feed our neighbors who
are less fortunate.
I look forward to meeting
you and having a chat over
some lemonade!

Fathers are what give daughters away to


other men who arent nearly good enough so
they can have grandchildren that are smarter
than anybodys.
Fathers fight dragonsalmost daily.
They hurry away from the breakfast table,
off to the arena which is sometimes called an
office or a workshop.
There, with calloused, practiced hands,
they tackle the dragon with three heads:
Weariness, Work and Monotony.
And they never quite win the fight, but
they never give up.
Knights in shining armor, fathers in shiny
trouserstheres little difference, as they
march away to each workday.
Fathers make bets with insurance companies about wholl live the longest.
Though they know the odds, they keep
right on betting.
Even as the odds get higher and higher,
they keep right on betting, more and more.
And one day they lose.
But fathers enjoy an earthly immortality
and the bets paid off to the part of him he
leaves behind.
I dont know where fathers go when they
die.
But Ive an idea that after a good rest,
wherever it is, he wont be happy unless
theres work to do.

People Make
the Difference
He wont just sit on a cloud and wait for
the girl hes loved and the children she bore.
Hell be busy there, too, repairing the
stairs, oiling the gates, improving the streets,
smoothing the way.
********
For those of you who may have missed
this, heres a pretty good idea. The gesture, which some called a stunt, did cause a
bit of controversy from groups called Debt
Collective and Rolling Jubilee.
Several weeks ago, Last Week Tonight,
an HBO show, hosted by John Oliver, made
some 9,000 people happy when he purchased
their delinquent medical bills. The unpaid
bills totaled about $15 million. Oliver got
them for only $60,000 as they were deemed
uncollectible. He then forgave the debts.
For people with serious health issues,
and little or no insurance, the worst part of
the ordeal is often the fact the overwhelming costs bankrupt the family and cause the
families additional stress. Having that burden
lifted off their shoulders is a godsend.
What Oliver failed to do was recognize the
groups Debt Collective and Rolling Jubilee.
Between 2012 and 2015 these organizations
bought and erased more than $30 million of
medical and tuition debt from families they
determined to be deserving.

Letter to the Editor


DEAR EDITOR:
We see global contributions, not personal inconveniences.
We see a natural resource, not a variable problem.
We see gentle giants, not industrial monsters.
We see possible financial gain for our neighbors, not our
empty pocket.
We see substantial extra funding for schools, not single-digit
percentage dents in expense.
We see trickle down economics, not how much more entitlement we deserve.
We see leaders who inspire vision, not leaders who succumb
to pressure.
We see acre of farmland leased, not 2 acres of urban sprawl
sold out of production forever.
We see additional revenue to cash rent, purchase land, or
sustain a family farm, not ground compaction.
We see non-intrusive objects to farm around, not complaining
neighbors.
We see an individuals right to choose how to use his land,
not someone trying to take that right away.
We see customary government subsidies, not eminent domain.
We see cleaner energy, not continued harmful CO2 emissions.
We see trust in decades of scientific research, not disbelief in
global warming.
We see an investment in the future, not the national debt.
We see an effort to make a difference, not insistence that
things stay the same.
We see Van Wert caring about the world, not citizens caring
more about their view.
We see a positive attitude, not a protesting one.
Hopefully, Van Wert County will see that wind energy is one
of the best opportunities offered. We have been given abundant
wind for a reason. Wind energy can put Van Wert in the history
books as a caring, highly progressive community. Our kids will
be proud to live here, want to remain, and continue to follow our
example. Our county can become the place where businesses
will choose to come.
Harvest the Wind

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Franklin Elementary hands out year-end awards


Information submitted
Franklin Elementary School
held its annual awards assembly
on June 1 to honor students for
their achievements for the 2015- 16
school year.
Student Council Certificates
were issued to Julian Calvelage,
Sonya Roeder, Rachel Ryan, Kylee
Dienstberger, Serenity Sites and
Logan Murray.
Daniel Myers, Logan Murray
and Eli Coil were presented certificates for raising and lowering the
flag each school day.
Fifth grade students who were
in charge of helping watch kindergarten students in the morning
were presented a certificate. Those
students were: Rachel Ryan, Kylee
Dienstberger, Liberty Osenga and
Hailey Kimmel.
Certificates were given to Liberty
Osenga and Braxton Sherrick, fifthgrade students who helped in the
office during the school year.
Fifth grade students who helped
in the cafeteria each day were
given a certificate. They are: Coby
Anspach, MJ Finkhousen, Jaden
Lucas, Mark Stemen, Paige Mericle,
Payton Shade, Aubriegh Foust,
Natilie Altman, Logan Murray and
Abby Prine.
Chloe Royster, Austin Maas,
Samuel Maurice, Dakota Sloan,
Jaden Vincent and Isaac Bice were
given certificates for their service to
Franklin throughout the school year.
The Franklin School Bee winner was Cheyenne Weber. In second place was Raiden Sams. Other
spelling bee participants were:
Brooke Hoyt, Hailey Kimmel,
Paige Mericle, Rachel Ryan,
Colin Schaffner, Braxton Sherrick,
Kylee Smith, Kylee Dienstberger,
Cierra Roeder, Jim Hasting, Fallon
Merschman, Ethan Kohler, Jislynn
Thomas, Xachaary Houx, Eliza
Anderson, Gavin Joseph, Katelyn
Knepper and Chelsi Haggard.
Quiz Bowl participants this
year were: Abby Prine, Kylee
Dienstberger, Rachel Ryan, Marxen
Bolinger. This year we had a
combined team with Landeck
Elementary.

Manure

Fifth graders competed in the


God, Flag and Country Speech
Contest. The winners of this activity were: Kylee Dienstberger, Hailey
Kimmel and Mark Stemen. Each
received Honorable Mention.
The
following
students
were awarded certificates for
Perfect Attendance: Riley Kill,
William Taggi, Braxton Hurles,
Karder Agner, Brock Schmitt,
Mason Waltmire, Julianna Leach,
Ghavin Bitters, Rylynn Marquiss,
Rachel Ryan, Cole Brooks, Kylee
Dienstberger and Logan Murray.
The following students received
a certificate for having Excellent
Attendance.
These
students
missed less than 2 days of school
during the year: Jaden Vincent,
Chloe Royster, Tyler Hetrick,
Amity Parent, Brice Bowen, Brett
Rodabaugh, Lyllian Sheeter, Carter
Umfleet, Libby Wallace, Alayna
Gossett, Widnelson Miller, Kailee
Agner, Lila Meiring, Hunter Peck,
Dean Trentman, Kali Coil, Kyrsten
Haehn, Jada Hosking, Ayden Shock,
Jacob Trentman, Garrett Lee, Jaxon
Rahrig, Dominic Boughan, Treyden
Graham, Annabelle Hoffman, Rayna
Kohler, Asiah Maloney, Evan Maye,
Melody Richards, Claire Stokes,
Alexander Groch, Blaine Maloney,
Nephtalie Miller, Jackson Reid,
Kaleb Stechschulte, Colin Wreede,
Hailey Acheson, Ryan Bissonnette,
Ethan Bitters, Jace Lindeman, Dixie
Richards, Hayden Schimmoller,
Lily Smith, Leanne Stanton, Olivia
Donathan, Brayden Thompson,
Jaden Wallen, Tanner Hetrick,
Megan Hoersten, Jeffrey Kowalski,
Delaney Pavel, Jarrett Radler, Blake
Wagoner, Keaton Catlett, MaeLynn
Clay, Delilah Pavel, Thomas Stanton,
Jr., Taylor Strayer, Wiley Dennard,
Xachaary Houx, Nolan Kunkleman,
Dylan Sheeter, Abigail Sterling,
Madison Burris, James Hasting,
Ethan Kohler, Fallon Merschman,
Vincent Murray, Ariel Wallace, Cody
Bailey, Julia Wallen, Tyler Dellinger,
Kyle Johnson, Daniel Myers, Cierra
Roeder and Serenity Sites.
Students
who
earned
Citizenship or Principals Awards
on the Honor Roll are:
Citizenship Award

(Continued from page 5)


Comparing dry years (2011, 2012, 2014),
the Pre-emergent yields were: 138.1, 111.5,
and 145.1 bu/A Incorporated 28 percent UAN;
191.9, 128.6, and 146.5 bu/A for incorporated
swine manure, 180.9, 109.5, and 137.2 bu/A
for surface applied swine manure; 190.1,
185.4, and 166.1 bu/A for incorporated dairy
manure and 184.5, 97, and 141.9 bushels for
surface applied dairy manure. Incorporating
both swine and dairy manure in dry years
gave the best results.
Comparing dry years (2011, 2012, 2014),
the Post-emergent yields were: 132.7, 116.0,
140.9 bu/A. Incorporated 28 percent UAN;
180.8, 138.4, and 139.9 bu/A for incorporated
swine manure, 178, 116.4, and 115.6 bu/A for
surface applied swine manure; 180, 138.8,
156.9 bu/A for incorporated dairy manure
and 170.5, 101.6, 125.3 bushels for surface
applied dairy manure. Incorporating both
swine and dairy manure in dry years gave
the best results but incorporating the manure
early (Pre vs Post) gave about 5 corn bushels
more yield.
Comparing a wet year (2015), the
Pre-emergent results were: 130.8 bu/A
Incorporated 28 percent UAN; 161.9 bu/A
for incorporated swine manure, 110.3 bu/A
for surface applied swine manure; 146.3 bu/A
for incorporated dairy manure and 106.4
bushels for surface applied dairy manure.
Incorporating both swine and dairy manure in
a wet year gave the best results, even better
than 28 percent UAN.
Comparing a wet year (2015), the Postemergent yields were: 140.1 bu/A Incorporated
28 percent UAN; 158.5 bu/A for incorporated
swine manure, 114.6 bu/A for surface applied
swine manure; 167.5 bu/A for incorporated

Erin
Moening,
Anastasia
Stephens-Burk, Kali Coil, Jude
Contreras, Aliyah Durbin, Grace
McCluskey, Aliana Dukes, Natalie
Hempker, Shayla Lindeman, Karder
Miller, Alison Painter, Peyton
Sellers, Jakob Treadway, Ethan
Anthony, Kearah Cain, Landen
Dotson, Annabelle Hoffman,
Rayna Kohler, Logan Lough, Asiah
Maloney, Evan Maye, Melody
Richards, Jason Rosenbeck, Jr.,
Fulton Shirey, Braxton Strayer,
Zaria Harter, Gareth Montesano,
Jackson Reid, Kaleb Stechschulte,
Ryan Bissonnette, Ethan Bitters,
Nichole Ferguson, Braxton Hurles,
Manuel Martinez Lopez, Jr.,
Braiden McKee, Hunter Meiring,
Jada Pepiot, Tyler Ridgon, Hayden
Schimmoller, Landon Stant, Karder
Agner, Issac Andrews, Olivia
Donathan, Braydon Fowler, Saige
Frobase, Airamee Marks, Brock
Schmitt, Nicole Stevenson, Tyler
Strayer, Jaden Wallen, Cadence
Betz, Angel Garza, Piper Osenga,
Audrey Sloan, Blake Wagoner,
Madilynn
Altman,
Landon
Belanger, MaeLynn Clay, Madison
Cross, Julianna Leach, Thomas
Stanton, Jr., Brian Stechschulte, Jr.,
Taylor Strayer, Alexis Trentman,
Eliza Anderson, Lucy Castiglia,
Lucas Clay, Wiley Dennard, Jayden
Dowdell, Alivia Joseph, Kianna
Mathison, Aaron Pohlman, Abigail
Sterling, Maddisyn Waltmire,
Jade Williams, Madison Burris,
Emma Cooley, Isis Cooper, Lance
Czerwinski,
James
Hasting,
Hannah Joseph, Vincent Murray,
Alijah Petty, Annabelle Stepleton,
Ariel Wallce, Cody Bailey, Eli
Coil, Brooke Hoyt, Jaden Lucas,
Paige Mericle, Julia Wallen, Jayden
Atkins, Libby Baker, Cole Brooks,
Rebecca Burk, Morrison MJ
Finkhousen, Liberty Hutchison,
Abby Prine, Cierra Roeder and
Raiden Sams.
Principals Award
Heaven Anthony, Jessalyn
Carver, Mylee Daley, Radli Long,
Gavin Stant, Dean Trentman, Jeffery
Dillon Brown, Kyrsten Haehn,
Isabela Martinez, Ava Moening,
Allie Moore, DaJuan Scales, Ayden
Schock, Scarlet Thayer, Jacob

dairy manure and 111.6 bushels for surface


applied dairy manure. Incorporating both
swine and dairy manure in a wet year gave
the best results, again, even better than 28
percent UAN.
Comparing a good weather years like 2013
with really good yields, the Pre-emergent
results were: 187.6 bu/A Incorporated 28
percent UAN; 191.8 bu/A for incorporated
swine manure, 175.7 bu/A for surface applied
swine manure; 185.4 bu/A for incorporated
dairy manure and 166 bushels for surface
applied dairy manure. Incorporating both
swine and dairy manure in good years gave
similar results to 28 percent UAN but surface
applications of manure gave the lowest yields.
Comparing a good year like 2013, the
Post-emergent results were: 181.1 bu/A
Incorporated 28 percent UAN; 196.7 bu/A
for incorporated swine manure, 188 bu/A
for surface applied swine manure; 192 bu/A
for incorporated dairy manure and 181.5
bushels for surface applied dairy manure.
Incorporating both swine and dairy manure in
good years gave the best results, and the surface applied manure gave as good of results
as 28 percent UAN. In good weather years,
applying the manure Post-emergent appears
to give about 5-7 bushel yield advantage if it
is incorporated.
The manure did not appear to reduce the
plot stands in any year. The incorporated
manure applications were about 20 bu/A of
corn higher than the 28 percent UAN treatments over the five-year study. The moisture
from the manure was beneficial to the crop in
the dry years.
Glen Arnold supplied the following data
and Jim Hoorman revised the information on
Swine and Dairy Manure Sidedress Nitrogen
studies.

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419-453-3445
00184837

Riley Kill, Tristan Pohlman,


Amity Parent, Mia Munoz,
Rubi
Wrasman,
Marquevius
Wannemacher, Micah Berkhoudt,
Brice Bowen, Natalie Taggi, Libby
Wallace, Brett Rodabaugh, Tyler
Wiseman, Maverick Plescher,
Keagan McDermitt, Nevaeh Hiegel,
Paige Schwinnen, Layn Bailey,
Nelson Miller, Aiden Kroeger,
Kailee Agner, Jaxon Buzard,
Elijah Cowen, Ava Frye, Reegan
Mox, Brooklyn Wallace, Gavin
Howell, Kellen Brotherwood,
Anastasia Stephens-Burk, Ben
Johnson, Isabela Basinger, Isabela
Martinez, Lexie Cheney, Jude
Contreras, Parker Shade, Payton
Sellers, Shayla Lindeman, Natalie
Hempker, Annabelle Hoffman,
Dylan Wreede, Logan Miller, Rayna
Kohler, Melody Richards, Alex
Groch, Gareth Montesano, Jackson
Reid, Brianna Bowen, Jace Harter,
Braxton Hurles, Dixie Richards,
Jace Lindeman, Lily Smith,
Nakiyah Kimmett, Juan LopezEscamilla, Alaina Fitch, Jaden
Wallen, Logan Gossett, Karder
Agner, Nate Miller, Saige Frobase,
Cadence Betz, Emma Kunz, Tanner
Hetrick, Audrey Sloan, Blake
Wagoner, Aubrey Dudgeon, Greg
Cline, Taylor Strayer, Madison
Cross, Eliza Anderson, Lucas Clay,
Xachaary Houx, Alivia Joseph,
Romelio Olmeda, Isaac Pennington,
Abigail Sterling, Cheyenne Weber,
Emma Cooley, Hannah Joseph,
Gavin Joseph, Fallon Merschman,
Eli lMueller, Vincent Murray,
Jislynn Thomas, Ariel Wallace,
Julian Calvelage, Jesse Long, Sonya
Roeder, Rylynn Marquiss, Marxen
Bolinger, Peyton Schmitt, Rachel
Ryan, Aubreigh Foust, Jaden Lucas,
Kylee Dienstberger, Payton Shade,
Logan Murray, Serenity Sites,
Abby Prine, Cierra Roeder, Liberty
Hutchison and Cole Brooks.
Mrs. McElroy presented 108 certificates to fourth and fifth graders
who completed the Hour Of Code
computer program.
School librarian Kristi Hageman
presented 19 library awards.
Art teacher Megan Ryan presented 251 art awards.

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Damon Gibson, Kyle Johnson,
Logan Murray, Daniel Myers,
Liberty Osenga, Payton Shade,
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Students receiving Wildcat
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Kailynn Halker, Gavin Howell,
Benjamin Johnson, Karlie Rayle,
Riley Shimizu, Brooklyn Wallace,
Isabela Basinger, Lexie Cheney,
Jada Hosking, Lily Smith, Aubriegh
Foust, Rylynn Marquiss, Rachel
Ryan, Braxton Sherrick and Kylee
Dienstberger.
Students receiving certificates
as an All Around Outstanding
Physical Fitness Student are:
Chloe Royster, Dakota Sloan,
Samuel Maurice, Isaac Bice,
Anderson Baughn, Sydnee Bayman,
Andrew Cooley, Addison Eickholt,

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Public Auction
York Township/ Van Wert County Farm
41.121 Acres

Call

567.825.7826 or 567.712.1241

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


on State Route 81
Auction to be held at the Lions Building which
is across the street from United Presbyterian
Church in Venedocia, Ohio.

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
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Auctioneers
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Rick Uhlenhake
Estate Broker419-678-9995
Auctioneer
Brenda Schwieterman
419-586-5384
419-925-4584

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For details call 419-238-4646

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First & third shift part-time RNs
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419-236-2267/Derek
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419-303-3313
$112,000-Elida
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Van Wert Area Inpatient Hospice Center


Tonya Rutledge, RN
1155 Westwood Dr., Van Wert, OH 45891
419-623-7125
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ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
CLERK

Needed to enter and offset invoices, make balances and


support the department where needed. Must have 2 year
Accounting Degree or related experience. Full-time position
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

WAREHOUSE/BACK-UP
ROUTE DRIVER

Needed to load/unload tires and make deliveries as needed.


Mon-Fri 6:30am-4pm
Candidates must have a valid drivers license, clean driving record,
ability to lift up to 75lbs. and be 21 years of age.
Also available:
Transfer Shift Sun-Thurs 12pm-9:30pm and
Part-Time Night Shift Sun-Thurs 5pm-1 am

Contact Cassie at 419-695-1061 ext. 1158


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

00183737

BAUGHMAN
TILE Company
is now hiring. General
Laborers & Yard
Workers: Ability to lift
50 -75 pounds required,
Forklift experience
preferred. Delivery
drivers: Full time, Part
Time or Seasonal, CDL
Class A or B. Excellent
benefit package
including health
insurance plan, 401k
retirement plan,
vacation plan with a
competitive salary.
Applications are
available at:
Baughman
Tile Company,
8516 Road 137,
Paulding, OH.
Located 4 miles east of
US 127 on SR 613

maintain
factory equipment.
Pay for these positions
starts at
$19.42/hr and will
support production on
any of the 3 shifts.
Comprehensive benefit
package offered
Including medical,
dental, vision, 401k.
Apply online at
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Additional trade school
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419-235-3607
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419-235-3607
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appx.
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living area,
area,
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in inin2004.
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built inenclosed
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419-230-2521
breezeway.
(122)
Bonnie Shelley
Shelley
419-230-2521
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remodeled
3BR/2BTH
single story
home, apx. 1500
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Reindel
419-235-3607
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roof
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garage
w/loft.
(99)
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Rhodes
419-236-3616
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419-303-5891
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Detached
FARM
FOR garage
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419-234-6111
(75) Barb
Coil 419-302-3478
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in Union Twp, Van Wert County. ApFARM
FOR wooded.
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3BR/2BTH
on 1w/acbalance
lot, built wooded.
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(188)
Devin
Dye
419-303-5891
1809 sq.ft. Large screened patio & bonus breakfast nook.
Storage shed & 2 car det. garage.
(90) Mike Reindel 419-235-3607
COMMERCIAL
Warehouse or retail space for lease, up to 15,200 sq.ft. Includes
dock & 100+ parking spaces. Will remodel to suit or owner may
divide. Prime location on SR 309, East, Lima.
Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111

Apx. 1,600 sq.ft. of office space for lease on SR 309, East, Lima.
Lower level w/ windows. Perfect for medical offices, insurance
office, etc. Features reception/waiting area, offices, &
restrooms. Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111
Apx. 2,200 sq.ft. of office/showroom space for lease on SR
309 E. Features large open showroom area, office area, 2
restrooms, 2 overhead garage doors & storage area.
Owner/agent. Ron Spencer 419-230-1111
00185181

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City Firemen John Goergens and James Ditto will be on duty and in charge of the special volunteer fire fighters when Fire Chief Carl
Imber and the members of the Delphos Volunteer Fire Department attend the annual Northwestern Ohio volunteer Firemens Convention
at Ottawa on Wednesday. The special volunteers for Wednesday aare Lee Vogt, Ben Vogt, Reno Bianchi; Clarence Wiechart, Jim Teman,
William Hinton Jr., Joe Kundert, Romus Brandehoff, Roger Miller, Richard Shirack, Melvin Kollsmith, Robert Kaverman and Franklin
Ditto.
75 Years Ago 1941
The City of Delphos was selected as the 1942 convention city of the Northwestern Ohio Volunteer Firemens Association at the
annual convention being held Wednesday at Crestline. The 15 members of the Delphos Volunteer Firemens Association and Fire Chief
Lewis Leonard left Wednesday for the convention city. Albert Kleman and John B. Lehmkuhle served as delegates from the Delphos
organization at the business session.
The Delphos Pythian Sisters sponsored a covered-dish dinner and program Tuesday evening at Castle Hall on West Second Street for
members of the Pythian Sisters, Knights of Pythias and their families. The observance was in honor Mothers and Fathers Day and Flag
Day. Serving on the program committee were Mrs. Alfred Allemeier, Mrs. W. A. Thomas, Mrs. Virgil Buchanan, Mrs. Harry Tucker,
Mrs. Mattie Alexander, and Mrs. Ed Becker.
The W. M. I. Study Club met Tuesday afternoon with Joy Arnold, West Second Street. An interesting article on religious paintings
was given by Arnold. Irene Currey gave correct pronunciation of a difficult list of words. A book, Under Your Feet, was reviewed by
Blanche Allemeier.

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VAN WERT COUNTY HOSPITAL


VAN WERT, OHIO

POLYSOMNOGRAPHY
TECHNOLOGIST

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Applicants must be dependable,
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individuals with excellent
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leadership experience or
qualified leadership
training is required.
***
Competitive wages, health,
dental & life insurance, 401K,
paid vacations and holidays
are available.
Please apply in person at:
Teem Wholesale
200 W. Skinner St.
Ohio City, Ohio 45874
No phone calls please.

Rhodes State College is one of West


Central Ohios largest two-year colleges
with over 4000 students, and more
than 75 Associate degrees, majors and
certification programs. The Colleges
campus, on-line instruction and offcampus learning centers serve across 33
Ohio counties. The College also provides
non-credit and credit training for
businesses and organizations.
The following positions are available:

Vice President, Business/Finance


Vice President, Academic Affairs
Dean, Health Sciences
Director, Marketing &
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Director, Human Resources
Executive Director, Workforce,
Economic Development, and
Continuing Education
Senior Analyst/Programmer
Assistant Systems Programmer/
Network Analyst
Web Developer
See qualifications and the application
process at
www.rhodesstate.edu.
An Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer,
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A PRN (on-call as needed, not


benefits eligible) Polysomnography
Tech position is available with the
Sleep Center. Days, weekends,
and holidays vary and hours are
typically nights. The Tech provides
neuro-cardiopulmonary treatment
and diagnostic services for patients
(pediatric-geriatric) in accordance
with the written physician order and
within departmental policy. Qualified
candidates must be high school
grad or the equivalent. Successful
completion of the BRPT examination
for Registered Polysomnography
Technologist is preferred. Basic
knowledge of pharmacology is
necessary as well as knowledge of
growth and development to provide
age specific care to pediatricgeriatric patients. Documented
Polysomnographic training and CPR
required. Qualified candidates are
encouraged to submit a resume/
application to:

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Human Resources

1250 S. Washington St.


Van Wert, OH 45891
E-mail: hr@vanwerthospital.org
Visit the Hospitals website and apply
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FIRST UNITED
PRESBYTERIAN
310 W. Second St.
419-692-5737
Sunday: 11:00 Worship
Service - Everyone Welcome
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
808 Metbliss Ave., Delphos
419-692-6741
Sunday - 10:30 a.m. Worship Service
ST. PETER LUTHERAN
CHURCH
422 North Pierce St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-2616
Sunday 9:00 AM
Worship Service
Monday 8:00-9:00 AM
Kids Free Breakfast starts M-F
Wednesday
7:00 PM Worship Service
Saturday
8:00 AM Prayer Breakfast
Sunday
9:00 AM Worship Service
DELPHOS WESLEYAN
CHURCH
935 S. Bredeick St., Delphos
Phone 419-695-1723
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Sunday Worship.
MARION BAPTIST
CHURCH
2998 Defiance Trail, Delphos
419-339-6319
Services: Sunday - 11:00
a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
DELPHOS CHRISTIAN
UNION

470 S. Franklin St., (419) 692-9940

10:30 Sunday service.

ST. PAULS UNITED


METHODIST
335 S. Main St. Delphos
Sunday 9:00 am Worship
Service.
DELPHOS TRINITY UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Phone: 419-692-0651
211 E. Third St. for
Office and Traditional Worship
8:15 am & 10:30 am Sundays
702 Ambrose Dr. for
Daycare/Preschool and
Praise Service at 9:15 am
Sundays

SPENCERVILLE CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
317 West North St.
419-296-2561
9:30 a.m. Sunday School;
10:30 a.m. Morning Worship;
ST. PATRICKS CHURCH
500 S. Canal, Spencerville
419-647-6202
Saturday - 4:30 p.m.
Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass,

IMMANUEL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
699 Sunnydale, Elida, Ohio
Pastor Bruce Tumblin
Sunday - 8:30 a.m. traditional; 10:45 a.m. contemporary

ST. JOHNS CATHOLIC CHURCH


331 E. Second St., Delphos
SPENCERVILLE FULL GOSPEL
419-695-4050
107 Broadway St., Spencerville
Eucharist Lords Day
Pastor Charles Muter
Observance; Saturday 4:30
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
p.m., Sunday 7:30, 9:15, 11:30
Sunday: Morning Services a.m.; Weekdays as announced 10:00 a.m.
on Sunday bulletin.
TRINITY UNITED
LIVING TRUTH MINISTRIES
METHODIST
1180 S. Washington St.
Corner of 4th & Main,
Sunday Worship Service @
Spencerville
10:30am
Phone 419-647-5321
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
Pastor Justin Fuhrmann
CHURCH - Landeck
Sunday
8:30
a.m.
Phone: 419-692-0636
Traditional Service; 9:45 a.m.
Administrative aide:
Sunday School; 10:45 a.m.
Masses: 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Ignite Contemporary Service

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107 Broadway St., Spencerville
Pastor Charles Muter
Home Ph. 419-657-6019
Sunday: Morning Services 10:00 a.m.
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
102 Wisher Drive, Spencerville
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.

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Sunday 9:30 a.m. Cafe;
10:00 a.m. Worship Service.
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9250 Armstrong Road,
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Pastors Phil & Deb Lee
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7350 Gomer Road, Gomer
419-642-2681
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship
CORNERSTONE BAPTIST
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2701 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida
Phone: 339-3339
Sunday - 10 a.m. Sunday
School (all ages); 11 a.m.
Morning Service
PIKE MENNONITE CHURCH
3995 McBride Rd., Elida
Phone 419-339-3961
ZION UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Corner of Zion Church &
Conant Rd., Elida

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605 N. Franklin St., Van Wert
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Sr. Pastor Stephen Savage
and Family; 9:00 a.m. Sunday
Sunday - Worship services
School LIVE; 10:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
SALEM UNITED
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
13887 Jennings Rd., , Van Wert
15240 Main St., Venedocia
Ph. 419-238-0333
Church Phone: 419-667-4142
Childrens Storyline:
Sunday - 10:45 a.m. - Sunday
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
school.
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10698 US 127S., Van Wert
CHURCH
Sunday worship & childrens
1213 Leeson Ave., Van Wert
ministry - 10:00 a.m.
Phone (419) 238-5813
10:00 a.m. - Sunday School
GRACE FAMILY CHURCH
11:10 a.m. - Worship 10:00 a.m.
634 N. Washington St.,
until 11:30 a.m.
Van Wert
Sunday - 9:15 a.m. Morning
worship with Pulpit Supply.
utnam
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CHRISTIAN CENTER
2240 Baty Road, Elida
Ph. 339-5673
Sunday 10 a.m. Worship.
LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH OF GOD
Elida - Ph. 222-8054
Service schedule: Sunday
10 a.m. School; 11 a.m. Morning
Worship
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
4750 East Road, Elida
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship,

Van WErt County


nursery available.
BREAKTHROUGH
101 N. Adams St., Middle Point
Sunday Church Service - 10
a.m, 6 p.m.

MIDDLE POINT UNITED


METHODIST
Corner Jackson and Mill St.

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TRINITY LUTHERAN
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303 S. Adams, Middle Point
Sunday 10 am Church
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 11:00 Church Service;
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
service.
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CATHOLIC CHURCH
KINGSLEY UNITED METHODIST
Ottoville
Ohio 709 and Mendon Rd.
Mass schedule: Saturday - 4
Phone: 419-965-2771
p.m.; Sunday - 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.;
Worship - 10:25 a.m.
ST. MICHAEL CHURCH
Kalida
ST. MARYS CATHOLIC
Saturday 4:30 p.m. Mass.
CHURCH
Sunday 8:00 a.m. & 10:00
601 Jennings Rd., Van Wert
a.m. Masses.
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
ST. BARBARA CHURCH
MANDALE CHURCH OF
160 Main St.,
CHRIST IN CHRISTIAN UNION
Cloverdale 419-488-2391
Rev. Justin Sterrett, Pastor
Mass schedule: Saturday
Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday 5:30 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m.
School all ages. 10:30 a.m.
CHURCH OF GOD
18906 Rd. 18R, Rimer
419-642-5264
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday
School; 10:30 a.m. Worship
Service.

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Saturday, June 18, 2016

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Sun

Jubilees

(Continued from page 1)

that says waterproof or


water-resistant on the bottle.
Newer sunscreens combine both chemical and
physical properties to block
rays and to absorb rays to
help keep the skin better
protected.
The American Cancer
Society revealed there are
more than 3.5 million cases
of non-melanoma skin cancer diagnosed each year
and 73,000 cases of melanoma were diagnosed in
2015. Skin cancer is the
most common form of cancer in the United States.
Jeanetta Francy, epidemiologist at Allen County
Public Health, does not
recommend sunscreen and
insect repellent combination sprays be used because
sunscreen should be reapplied more frequently than
insect repellent. According
to Pere, sunscreen should
be reapplied every two
hours and once the user
has left water or finished
exercising.
However, according to
the CDC, insect repellent
should be reapplied only
under certain circumstances. The American Academy
of Pediatrics reports repellents with 10 percent DEET
last two hours and those
with 30 percent last five
hours. But, the CDC recommends reapplying only
if bugs start to bite.
According to the CDC,
the summer sun can do
more than burn skin; it
can cause rashes, cramps,
exhaustion and heat stroke.
Heat rash is a skin irritation caused by sweating
in hot, humid weather. It
can cause red bumps that
resemble pimples or small
blisters. To treat, it is best
to return to a cooler environment and apply powder
to the rash, not ointments.
Heat cramps can be
caused by sweating which

However, there are other


ways to stay safe from the
sun when spending time
outdoors.
The shade, a hat, sunglasses and clothing can
keep you protected, she
said.
The Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
recommends finding shade
whenever outside. Seek
protection under trees,
umbrellas and shelters, but
find shade before relief is
needed.
Clothes can also provide
extra protection between
the sun and skin.
Kids especially should
wear clothing when outside, like long sleeves,
Pere said.
The CDC recommends
darker and tighter woven
materials to prevent the
suns rays from reaching
the skin.
Hats can help protect skin
from the sun, too. The Food
and Drug Administration
recommends hats with at
least a four-inch brim and
tightly woven fibers. The
CDC does not recommend
straw hats because the
holes can allow sunlight to
get through.
Sunglasses are also
important. Sunglasses protect the skin around the
eyes from harmful rays.
Purchase UV light protection sunglasses, Pere
said. They can help reduce
the risk factor of cataracts.
The CDC recommends
wrap-around sunglasses to
protect more of the skin and
rays from peaking through
the sides of glasses.
Sunscreen is another barrier to protect the skin from
the suns harmful rays.
You need a sunscreen
of a minimum of 15 SPF;
30 is better, she said.
Pere recommends a
broad- spectrum sunscreen

lowers the salt and moisture


levels in the body. To treat,
have water and a snack or
sip on a sports drink. If
the cramps do not subside
within an hour, the person
has a heart problem or is
on a low-sodium diet, seek
help.
Heat syncope is characterized by fainting and
dizziness after prolonged
standing or sudden standing from a sitting or lying
down position. To resolve
the issue it is best to sit or
lie down in a cool place
and slowly drink water or a
sports drink.
Heat exhaustion is common in the elderly or those
with high blood pressure.
The symptoms and signs
of heat exhaustion are
headache, nausea, dizziness, weakness, irritability, extreme thirst, heaving,
sweating, a high body temperature and a decreased
urine output. Move the
person to a cool area and
encourage sips of water,
then take them to the nearest clinic or call 911.
Heat or sun stroke is
characterized by body temperatures of 104 degrees
or higher, confusion and
slurred speech, hot and dry
skin or profuse sweating,
seizure and unconsciousness or coma. Heat strokes
can be fatal so it is important to call 911 and move
the person to a cool area
immediately. To help cool
them down, remove outer
clothing and cool body
with cold compresses and
circulate air around them.
The sun can be dangerous for the body, so Pere
warns people to be cautious
whenever theyre outdoors.
You need sun for
Vitamin D, but you only
need a few minutes of it
for the day, Pere said. So
protect yourself whenever
you must go outside.

Bick

Orosz

Sullivan

Krafty

Burgard

Fink

Clement

(Continued from page 1)


Sr. Mary Victora Will also celebrates her
50th Jubilee on July 17. She was a teacher
in eight Toledo Diocesan schools, St. Jude
in Ft. Wayne, St. Anthony in Temperance,
Michigan, and has been in parish ministry
for the past 12 years at Holy Rosary Parish
in Jacksonville, Florida. She also currently
serves as a Delegate for Religious in the
Diocese of St. Augustine in Florida.

Faist

Sisters of Notre Dame celebrating Jubilees


who have taught at Delphos St. Johns Schools
include Sr. Mary Bernarda Sullivan (75th),
Sr. Mary Jamesetta Krafty (75th), Sr. Mary
Vernon Bick (70th), Sr. Mary Ross Burgard
(65th), Sr. Mary Georgene Fink (65th), Sr.
Mary Francel Orosz (60th), Sr. Elaine Marie
Clement, formerly known as Sr. Mary Miron
(50th), and Sr. Mary Susan Faist (50th), who
is currently in ministry at St. Johns.

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June 20-25

2016

Putnam County Fair ready to entertain all ages


BY KRISTI FISH
DHI Media
Staff Writer
news@delphosherald.com
OTTAWA The
Putnam County Fair
is next week. The fair
will offer a variety of
events and shows to
appeal to all ages.
Monday is Senior
Citizen
Day
and
Veterans Day at the
fair. Seniors 62 and
over and all veterans
will be admitted free
on Monday.
Peg Kruse, secretary
for the fair, believes
the Antique Tractor
and Equipment Show
will be a draw for the
senior citizens in atten-

dance that day.


The antique tractors
are always a hit with
the older gentleman,
she said.
The bands playing
will also be geared
towards those at the
fair, with music the
senior citizens may
enjoy.
In true Putnam
County Fair fashion,
Monday evening will
include the crowning of
the 2016 Fair Royalty
and the Band Show.
Tuesday is Kids Day
and all children 16 and
under will be admitted
free until 4 p.m.
Kids Day will provide shows and events
specifically meant to

500

bring in a crowd of
children.
Of course, Ronald
McDonald will be
there, Kruse said.
Ronald McDonald
will be at the fair for
Tuesday only.
Professor Bubblemaker will have shows
at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
for the children on
Tuesday. He will also
have performances on
Monday at 5:30 p.m.,
7 p.m. and 9 p.m.;
Wednesday at 7 p.m.
and 9 p.m.; Thursday
at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.;
Friday at 7 p.m. and 9
p.m.; and Saturday at 7
p.m. and 9 p.m.
Professor Bubblemaker creates shows

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The Big Foot Car Crush will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Grandstands.
Other Grandstand events include Harness Racing at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday
and Wednesday; the Redneck Relay at 6:30 p.m. Thursday; Tug-A-Truck
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Kruse said. Last year
he even put a cow in a
bubble.
Kids Day will also
have the Rhinestone
Roper Show.
The
Rhinestone
Roper Show has rope
tricks and knife tricks
for the kids to see,
Kruse said.
The show will be
held Tuesday at 2 p.m.,
4 p.m. and 6 p.m.;
Wednesday at 4 p.m.
and 6 p.m.; Thursday
at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.;
Friday at 2 p.m., 4
p.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Saturday at noon, 2
p.m. and 4 p.m.
Tuesday will also
have the Little Wood
Car Derby, Kiddie
Tractor Pull, Little
Mister
and
Miss
Putnam County Fair
Contest and other
events for children.
A bike will be given
away at the grandstands in the afternoon.
Jungle Island Zoo
will also host a petting zoo throughout
the week. They feature exotic animals
like kangaroos, alpaca,
zebra and camels.
Wednesday will be
Community Day and
Carload Night. Bring a
carload of people from
5 p.m.-closing to Gate
5 for only $20.
Thursday
is
Industrial Day at the
fair.
There
will
be
Redneck
Relay,
Putnam County Boxing

Association, and Big


Foot Car Crush.
Ag day will be
Friday. Miss Teen
Putnam
County
Contest, Tug-A-Truck,
W.A.R. Wrestling and
the Open Class Sheep
Jackpot Show will all
occur Friday.
Saturday will be
Family day at the Fair.
The Open Class Swine
Show, Open Class Beef
Cattle and Open Class
Steer Show will take
place.
The
Demolition
Derby and W.A.R.
Wrestling will happen
on Saturday and Kruse
believes they will have
crowds of all ages.
Nashville Crush will
also be performing
from 9 p.m.-midnight.
I think theyll
appeal to the young
adult crowd, 21- to
30-years-old, she said.
There will also be
cooking contests at the
fair with the Power
of Flour Challenge
on Tuesday, Best of
Beef Challenge on
Wednesday,
Dairy
Delights Challenge on
Thursday, Perfectly
Prepared
Pork
Challenge on Friday
and Tasty Turkey
Challenge on Saturday.
Helicopter
rides
will also be provided
throughout the week
and live music will be
throughout the week.
We just want people to come out and
have fun at the fair,
Kruse said.

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The 2016 Putnam County Fair royalty will be crowned Monday evening following the Veterans Tribute at 6:45 p.m. in the grandstands. 2015
Queen Nicholas Goedde from Leipsic and King Alexandria Warnimont from Miller City will usher in the new king and queen and their court.
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Saturday, June 18, 2015

The Herald -3B

Schedule of Events
SATURDAY, JUNE 18
7:00AM-10AM - Race Horse
Entries
(Speed Office)
9:00AM - Fair Office Opens
6:00 PM - Parade Forms by Rite
Aid
7:00 PM - Fair Parade
8:00 PM - Fair Office Closes

SUNDAY, JUNE 19
7:00AM-10AM - Race Horse
Entries
(Speed Office)
10:00AM - Fair Office Opens
12:00 - 4:00PM -Culinary, Needlework, Antiques, Art & Agriculture entries to Merchants
Building
5:00 PM - Fair Office Closes

Monday, JUNE 20
Veterans Day
Senior Citizen Day

All veterand admitted FREE


all day
All seniors 62 and over admitted
free all day
sponcered by:
St. Ritas Medical Center

Tent)
5:00 PM - Baked Goods Auction (
Jr. Fair Building)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM - Antique Tractor & Equipment Show (Action
an the Arches)
5:30 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Salute to America
Bubble Show
6:30 PM - Veterans Tribute
(Grandstand)
7:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
7:00 PM - King & Queen Coronation (Grandstand)
7;15 PM - Marching Band Spectacular (Grandstand)
9:00 PM - Fair Office Closes
9:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
11:00 PM Fairgrounds Closes

Tuesday, JUNE 21
Kids Day

All Children 16 and under


free until 4:00 PM
sponcered by:
Durant Amusements

7:00AM - Gates Open


9:00AM - Fair Office Opens/
Speed Office Opens
10:00 AM - Open Class Flower
Show Judging (Merchant
Building)
7:00AM - Gates Open
10:30 AM Little Wood Car Derby (
9:00AM - Fair Office Opens
Entertainment Building )
9:00 AM - Len Collier Band
12:00 NOON - 4:00 PM - Hilty
(Entertainment Tent)
Home Care Center Kids Day
10:30 AM - Len Collier Band
Activities ( Entertainment
(Entertainment Tent)
Tent )
12:00 NOON - Opening Ceremony
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM - Children


(Plaza
Choosing Christ - GPS -
Area)
What You Need To Know to
12:00 NOON - Len Collier Band
Get Where you Want to Go
(Entertainment

(Entertainment Tent)
1:30 PM - Kiddie Tractor Pull ( Jr.
Fair Building )
2:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
Show
3:00 PM - Ronald McDonald
Strolling the Grounds
4:00 PM - Bicycle Give Away (
Grandstand )
4:00 PM - Kids Day Ends
4:00 PM - Rhinestone Romper
Show
5:00 PM - Little Mister & Miss
Putnam County Fair ( Jr. Fair
Building )
5:30 PM - Harness Racing (
Grandstand )
6:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
Show
7:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
7:00 PM - Power of Flour Challenge (Merchants Building)
7:30 PM - Open Class Steer Bred
& Fed Show (Main Show
Arena)
9:00 PM - Fair Office Closes
9:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Show
11:00 PM Fairgrounds Closes

Wednesday, JUNE 22
Community Day
Carload Night

Bring carload for $20


5 pm til closing - Gate 5 Only
7:00AM - Gates Open
9:00AM - Fair Office Opens
9:00 AM - Speed Office Opens
4:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
Show
4:30 PM - Open Class Goad Bred
& Fed Show (Main Show
Arena)

5:30 PM - Harness Racing


(Grandstand)
6:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
Show
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM - Dance Spectacular (Entertainment Tent)
7:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
7:00 PM - Best of Beef Challenges
(Merchants Building)
9:00 PM - Fair Office Closes
9:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
11:00 PM Fairgrounds Closes

(Grandstand)
9:00 PM - Fair Office Closes
9:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
11:00 PM - Fairgrounds Closes

Friday, JUNE 24
Ag Day

7:00 AM - Gates Open


9:00 AM - Fair Office Opens
11:00 AM - Diaper Dash (Entertainment Tent)
1:00 PM - Miss Teen Putnam
County Contest (EntertainThursday, JUNE 23
ment Tent)
Industrial Day
2:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
7:00 AM - Gates Open
Show
9:00 AM - Fair Office Opens
4:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
10:00 AM - Open Class Flower
Show
Show Judging (Entertainment 6:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
Tent)
Show
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM - Live Music
7:00 PM - Perfectly Prepared
by Linda Hills Students (EnPork Challenge (Merchants
tertainment Tent)
Building)
4:00 PM - Rhinestone Roper
7:00 PM - Tug-A-Truck CompetiShow
tion (Grandstand)
5:00 PM - Kids Dream Day
7:00 PM - Professor Bubblemak(Racetrack)
ers Bubble Show
6:00 PM - Big Foot Car Crush
7:00 PM - W.A.R. Wrestling
(Grandstand)
(Action at the Arches)
6:00 PM - Rhinestone roper
7:30 PM - Open Class Sheep
Show
Jackpot Show (Main Show
6:30 PM - Open Class Feeder Calf
Arena)
Show (Main Show Arena)
7:30 PM - T-102 Country Star
6:30 PM - Redneck Relay (GrandPlayoffs (Entertainment Tent)
stand)
9:00 PM - Professor Bubblemak7:00 PM - Dairy Delights Chalers Bubble Show
lenge (Merchans Building)
9:00 PM - Fair Office Closes
7:00 PM - Professor Bubblemak12:00 Midnight - Fairground
ers Bubble Show
Closes
7:30 PM - Putnam County Boxing
Associatoin (Entertainment
Saturday, JUNE 25
Family Day
Tent)
8:00 PM - Big Foot Car Crush

7:00 AM - Gates Open


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM - Open Class
Swine Weigh-In
9:00 AM - Fair Office Opens
10:00 AM - Open Class Swine
Show (Main Show Arena)
10:00 AM - Open Class Beef
Cattle to be in place
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM - Election of
Fair Directors (Area Under
Grandstand)
12:00 Noon - Rhinestone roper
2:00 PM - Rhinestone roper
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM - Open Class
Steer Weigh-In
3:30 PM - Open Class Beef
Breeding Show (Main Show
Arena)
4:00 PM - Rhinestone roper
5:00 PM - Open Class Steer Show
(Main Show Arena)
7:00 PM - Tasty Turkey Challenge
(Merchants Building)
7:00 PM - Demolition Derby
(Grandstands)
7:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
7:00 PM - W.A.R Wrestling (Action
at the Arches)
9:00 PM - Midnight - Nashville
Crush (Entertainment Tent)
9:00 PM - Professor Bubblemakers Bubble Show
9:00 PM - Fair Office Closes
12:00 Midnight - 2016 Fair Ends

Sunday, JUNE 26
9:00 AM - Fair Office Opens
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM - Merchant
Building Pickup/Booth CleanUp
4:00 PM - Fair Office Closes

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MAIN OFFICE

161 W. Third St. Ottoville, OH 45876


419-453-3313

207 E. WATER ST. KALIDA, OHIO 45853


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Ph: 419-532-3184 Fax 419-532-2184

LENDING OFFICE

940 E. Fifth St. Delphos, OH 45833


419-695-3313

Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you.


www.ottovillebank.com

A & D TIRE
and

AUTO PARTS
Open:
Monday-Friday
8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Saturday
8 a.m.-5 p.m.

TIRES
BATTERIES
AUTO PARTS
103 W. Canal St.
Ottoville, OH 45876

419.453.3339

Saturday, June 18, 2016

4B- The Herald

www.delphosherald.com

June 20-June 25, 2016

Free entertainment at the fair!

Professor Bubblemaker will be at the fair all week


with shows at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. throughout the fairgrounds and a special show at 5:30 p.m. Monday.

The Putnam County Boxing Association will offer matches at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the Entertainment Tent.

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Trick roping and music make the opening and finale of the Rhinestone
Roper Show. The show opens with Dan singing to tape music while he simultaneously varies the size of his loop; executing butterflies and rollovers,
ocean waves, and dances in and out of his wedding ring loop. Then he
skillfully performs flat loops, dog trots, wedding rings, body juggles, hand
shakes and lift-ons. Shows are at 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday and
Friday; 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday; and noon, 2 p.m.
and 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Neiderts Body Shop

FOR COMPLETE
BODY REPAIR

For Van and Truck


Accessories

21405 Rd. 20P, Ft. Jennings 419-286-3611 Owner: Art Neidert


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KAHLE

Supply & Feed Mill, Inc.

CCAss
CCA
Crop Marketing

Crop Marketing
Financing
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Seeds
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Precision

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Application
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Farm Chemicals Modern Equipment
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Trained Personnel Innovative Ideas
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Total Crop-Planning Service
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Flotation Equipment for custom
Flotation Equipment for custom
application of liquid and dry
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Full experienced technical advice
Full experienced technical advice
from major Labs and Universities
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Fertilizer-Grain-Seeds-Bagged Feed
Tires-Pond Supplies- Lawn Care
120 E. Main St., Kalida, Ohio 45853

Bus. Phone: 419-532-3305

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www.delphosherald.com

Saturday, June 18, 2016

The Herald -5B

June 20-June 25, 2016

What fair is all about!

WERE MORE THAN JUST


TRANSMISSIONS!

More than just the experts in transmission diagnostics, service


and repair, we offer a full range of car care services.
Major or minor
transmission services
Automatic & Standard
Foreign & Domestic
Differentials Transfer Case
Brakes & Tune Up
Complete Line of Filter Kits
& Parts
Free On Site Estimates
Warranty On All Rebuilts

Geise Transmission, Inc.


2 miles north of Ottoville

CALL 419-453-3620

CERTIFIED

Progressive
stamPing inc.

200 Progressive Drive, P.O. Box 549


Ottoville, Ohio 45876
419-453-1111
Fax: 419-453-2323

Hamburger Pickle On Top!


Makes Your
Go Flippity Flop!

We do Tire
and Auto Care
Passenger Light Truck
Commercial Retreads
Farm Lawn & Garden OTR
Brakes Batteries Oil & Lube
Transmissions Suspension
Alignments & More

Since 1928

Burgers

We grind
our meat
fresh daily

STOP IN AT
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Taylor Floor Covering, Ltd.


Serving The Area Since 1970

223 East Main St.


Van Wert, Ohio 45891
419-238-3322 or 800-825-0096
Fax: 419-238-9949
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Saturday, June 18, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

The Herald - B6

Arts & Entertainment


At the movies ...

Van Wert Cinemas


10709 Lincoln Hwy.,
Van Wert
Central Intelligence (PG-13) Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:00/8:30; Sun.: 2:00/4:30/7:00;
Mon.-Thurs. 2:00/4:30/7:00
Finding Dory (PG) Sat.: 1:00/5:00/9:00;
Sun.: 2:00/6:00; Mon. and Wed.: 2:00/6:00;
Tues. and Thurs.: 4:00/8:00
Finding Dory 3D (PG) Sat: 3:00/7:00;
Sun.: 4:00/8:00; Mon. and Wed.: 4:00/8:00;
Tues. and Thurs.:2:00/6:00
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of
the Shadows (PG-13) Sat.: 1:00/5:30; Sun.:
2:00/7:00; Mon. and Wed.: 4:30; Tues. and
Thurs.: 2:00/7:00
Me Before You (PG-13) Sat.: 3:15/8:00;
Sun.: 4:30; Mon. and Wed.: 2:00/7:00; Tues.
and Thurs.: 4:30
Now You See Me 2 (PG-13) Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:15/9:00;
Sun.-Thurs.:
2:00/4:45/7:30
The
Conjuring
2
(R)
Sat.:
1:00/3:30/6:15/9:00;
Sun.-Thurs.:
2:00/5:00/8:00
Van-Del Drive In
19986 Lincoln Hwy, Middle Point
Friday through Thursday
Screen 1
Finding Dory (PG)
The Jungle Book (PG)
Screen 2
Central Intelligence (PG-13)
The Conjuring 2 (R)
Screen 3
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the
Shadows (PG-13)
Warcarft (PG-13)
American Mall Stadium 12
2830 W. Elm St., Lima
Saturday and Sunday
Finding Dory 3D (PG) 11:00/1:45/4:35/
7:15/10:00
Finding Dory (PG) 10:30/11:30/1:15/3:30
/4:05/6:45/9:30

Crossword Puzzle

"Meals on Wheels"
Across
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5 Shell alternative
10 Promise
14 Part
15 "Don't be ___"
16 Butter alternative
17 Meals on wheels
provider?
20 More than -er
21 Turpentine, e.g.
22 Partner, with "the"
23 Back in?
25 Inedible orange
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providers?
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36 Romance lang.
39 Globe
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44 Not for free
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46 Carryalls
48 Perfect rating
49 English paper
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61 Dunham of "Girls"
62 "Adios"
63 Shed
65 Opposer
66 Scuba gear
67 Yep's opposite
68 Poverty-stricken
69 Winter hazard
70 Squeaked (out)

Central Intelligence (PG-13) 10:45/1:25/4:


30/7:00/7:30/9:40/10:10
Warcraft 3D (PG-13) 3:50/7:35
Warcraft (PG-13) 11:50/10:30
Now You See Me 2 (PG-13) 11:40/3:40/
6:55/10:20
The Conjuring 2 (R) 11:20/3:20/7:10/10:15
Me Before You (PG-13) 11:05/1:55/4:40/
7:20/10:05
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the
Shadows (PG-13) 10:55/1:30/4:15/7:05/9:55
Alice Through the Looking Glass (PG)
10:50/1:35/4:10/6:50/9:35
X-Men: Apocalypse (PG-13) 11:10/2:30/
6:35/9:50
The Angry Birds Movie (PG) 11:25/1:50/4:30
Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)
6:30/9:45
Shannon Theatre, Bluffton
Through June 30
Finding Dory (PG) 2D shows are at 7 p.m.
every evening with 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday matinees. 3D shows are
at 9:30 p.m. every evening.

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Make tracks?
Pessimist's word
Snare's kit-mate
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Lines on mdse.
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Disney dog
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