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BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com
DELPHOS With three days packed
with activities, the 2016 Kiwanis Fourth of
July Celebration exceeded the clubs goal.
Delphos and surrounding community
members poured into Stadium Park for
ballgames, competitions, free entertainment and, of course, food.
Each night was better than last years
and we had so many compliments about
the bigger entertainment tent and more
seating, Kiwanis member Cindy Metzger
said. Wednesday. People really enjoyed
having a little more room.
What Metzger heard most was the
appreciative comments about the fireworks and the entertainment lineup.
We really had the best bands weve
ever had, Metzger said. Were already
planning for next year and want to book
our entertainment as soon as possible.
Everyone needs to let us know what they

thought of the bands and who theyd like


to see come back or maybe theyve heard a
new band theyd like us to consider. Next
year is only two days so well only have
two slots to fill.
Along with more people comes more
food. Club members made numerous trips
to the grocery store throughout the weekend restocking food items for the hungry
crowd. On Monday, the chicken dinners
sold out in less than four hours a new
record.
We have upped our food supplies
every year, Metzger said. We increased
the number of chicken halves from last
year because we sold out and next year,
well probably fix even more. We also
added a deep fryer this year for our french
fries and well be looking at another one.
Everyone wants french fries.
Other food items included burger, dogs,
brats, BBQ pork and shredded chicken.
Many of the club members kept an eye
on the weather app on their phones as rain
moved in and out of the area all week-

The Kiwanis Fireworks Display was much applauded when it concluded the weekends events. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)

Children were treated to free rides for much of the afternoon on Monday. (DHI
Media /Kristi Fish.

end. With just a small drizzle on Monday


morning just prior to the Firecracker Bike
Ride, Metzger felt the event dodged a
bullet.
We were prepared with the bigger tent
for shelter but if it does rain, attendance
goes down, Metzger said. The good
thing is, because of the threat of rain, the
weather was much cooler than usual. I
think everyone was grateful for that.
Once again, the club offered free rides
for the children for four hours on Monday.

We are here for the kids and it just


makes sense that everyone should be able
to enjoy the day, Metzger said. The kids
love it, the parents appreciated it.
The celebration started Saturday with
dozens of fish were pulled the Miami-Erie
Canal, Bingo rang through Stadium
Park, the best-tasting pizza was chosen
and Shelby County Line sang their way
into the night.
See FOURTH, page 11

Council discusses
water ordinance
BY NANCY SPENCER
DHI Media Editor
nspencer@delphosherald.com

Games become life-size at the library

The Delphos Public Library’s Summer Reading Program made everyday games more fun on Tuesday by
making the games life size. Next Tuesday will be the final program at the library before the final party at Kangaroo
Cave on July 19. Kids played Operation, Connect Four, Skee Ball and KerPlunk. Kids pull sticks from the KerPlunk
hoping the balls dont scatter across the floor. (DHI Media/Kristi Fish)

DELPHOS An updated water ordinance was


the topic of discussion at Tuesdays Delphos Council
meeting.
Heard on first reading on June 20, the ordinance
outlines the citys policy for adjustments, using water
to fill pools and for extensive landscape, etc. Since the
city is moving toward a monthly-billing system, Safety
Service Director told council he believed the extreme
adjustments they had seen in the past would not happen anymore because problems would be caught much
sooner.
The current policy states that a resident may
request an adjustment in the water/sewer bill if an
over usage of more than 200 percent of the average
bill is caused by something out of the residents control, such as a leak in the ground between the water
meter and the residence, in a crawl space. An adjustment will be considered once every three years or 12
billing cycles.
Councilman Mark Clement asked if there was some
way to allow for an oops on the part of a customer.
They are our customers, Clement said. There
should be some wiggle room in there for a mistake. Not
everyone is in the basement on a regular basis.
Councilman Del Kemper agreed.
My mom would never hear a toilet running or hear
a leak in her basement and shes not about to go down
there, Kemper said.
After a short debate, Clement asked that the policy
be amended to include leaks in basements to be considered for adjustment with a second from Kemper.
When the votes were tallied, the amendment was
turned down 2-5 with Clement and Kemper giving the
only assenting votes.
See WATER, page 11

Business 9 | Classifieds 10 | Entertainment 9 | For The Record 2 | Local-State 3-4 | Next Generation 5 | Obituaries 2 | Sports 6-7 | Weather 2
Theres still time to turn in your Delphos Selfie.
Pictures taken in Delphos on the Fourth of July are eligible.
Email the photos to delphosselfie2016@gmail.com. Multiple photos can be sent. Include
name and a brief description of the photos.
All photos will be printed and displayed at the Museum of Postal History during Canal
Days. Last year, there were nearly 70 entries. Lets go for 100 this year.
The exhibit will debut on Sept. 17 and be on display through Christmas.

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can dream of things
that never were.
John F. Kennedy,
speech in Dublin,
Ireland, June 28, 1963

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OBITUARIES

10 Years Ago 2006


The Minor League League winners were the Pirates.
Team members include Tyler Conley, Billy Tracy, Jordan
Boone, Devon Coronado, Jacob Horstman, Zack Gable, Mark
Kroeger, Trey Smith, Sean Flannagan, Jordan Herron, Devon
Rabe, Gage Slaven, Nick Fitch, Ryan Shumaker, and Carter
Mox. Coaches are Mike Baldauf, Ron Baldauf and Ed Smith.
The Wimbledon seeding committee got this one just right.
The top four seeded players advanced to the womens semifinals at Wimbledon: No. 1 Amelie Mauresmo, No. 2 Kim
Clijsters, No. 3 Justine Henin-Hardenne and No. 4 Maria
Sharapova. It is the fifth time in 25 years that the semis have
featured the elite four.
The Delphos Public Library held Sand art, ice cream and
beach balls for children in grades 3-5 Wednesday. Children
learned about crustaceans and filled dolphin-shaped key
chains with colored sand. Ross Thompson, Zavier Buzard and elda M. Calvelage
Chris Martin were among the participants in the event, which
is part of the librarys summer program for youth.
Aug. 9, 1930-July 4, 2016
DELPHOS Elda M.
25 Years Ago 1991
Calvelage, 85, of Delphos,
The Show of Showmen award is highly desired among passed away Monday at
the junior fair participants at the Putnam County Fair. Aaron The Community Health
Ricker, 18, in his last year as a member of the Fort Jennings Professionals
Inpatient
Showmen 4-H Club, won the Show of Showmen plaque as Hospice Center in Van Wert.
the senior swine showmanship winner. The 10-year 4-H club
Her Family. She was
member is the son of Jack and Tonda Ricker of Fort Jennings. born Aug. 9, 1930, in Delphos
Joe Oliver and Bill Doran homered and Kip Gross won his to Bernard F. and Mary A.
first major league start Thursday night to send the Cincinnati (Kleman) Falke, who both
Reds to a 10-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves in a game preceded her in death. On
called after seven innings due to rain. The game was delayed June 17, 1950, she married
1 hour, 20 minutes before the umpires finally called it.
Wilfred G. Calvelage, who
Ladies golf was played at the Delphos Country Club with preceded her in death on April
Helen Schroeder and Ruth Wegesin serving as chairpersons. 28, 1989.
Regular golf was played. Winners of the first flight were Ruth
She is survived by a son,
Bruskotter, low gross, and Marge Morris, low net. Winners of Dan (Linda) Calvelage of
the second flight were Marge Barnt and Mary Lou Menke who Delphos.
tied for low gross, and Marge Morris, low net. Putting winner
She was also preceded in
was Nancy Will.
death by her brothers, Bernard
Falke and Forrest Rahrig; and
50 Years Ago 1966
sisters, Agnes Liebrecht and
Gene Hickey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Hickey of Myrtle Louth.
Delphos, will be among the 37 men from 14 states and Canada
Her Legacy. Elda was
who will be graduated July 24 from Alexian Brothers Hospital a graduate of St. Johns High
School of Nursing in Chicago. The school was founded in School. She had worked
1898. Hickey is a 1962 graduate of Delphos St. Johns High as a cook for Town House
School.
Restaurant, Country Kitchen
The Diocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting, sponsors of and the Dairy Hut. She had
the Boy Scout Retreats the last two weekends at Camp Avery also worked at the Delphos
Hand, Mansfield, and Camp Lakota, Defiance, announced that Cigar Factory shortly after
29 Catholic scouts had completed the requirements and were high school. She was in
awarded the Ad Altare Del Cross. Seven Delphos youths were charge of running the conamong the 29 scouts receiving the award. They were Keith cessions for both boys and
Heisterman, Michael Patton, Peter Imber, Gerald Joseph Will, girls St. Johns basketball
Rodney Moorman, and Mike Warnecke.
games for 28 years. Elda volJack Nichlaus is determined that the British Open will not unteered for the American
become the jinx for him that the U.S. Open has always been Red Cross Bloodmobile for
for Sam Snead. Nicklaus, who has won every major tourna- 23 years, being recognized
ment at least once except the British Open, warmed up for this in 2011 as the Allen County
years classic by shooting a four-under-par 67 practice round Chapter Volunteer of the Year.
Monday at the Muirfield, Scotland golf course.
She was a member of St.
John the Evangelist Catholic
75 Years Ago 1941
Church and was a past memThe Delphos Lincoln Highway Dairy baseball team defeat- ber of the Catholic Daughters
ed the Fisher team in a game played Sunday afternoon at the of America and St. Johns
Gerdeman field on Pollock Road, west of Delphos. The final Athletic Boosters.
score was 10 to 1. Bob Grothouse was on the mound for the
Her Farewell Services.
Dairy and allowed five hits. Fisher was the opposing pitch- Mass of Christian Burial will
er. On the Dairy team were Faulder, c; Schlagbaum, 1b; A. begin at 11 a.m. on Friday
Wellman, 2b; H. Baldauf, ss; C. Gessner, 3b; E. Wellman lf; at St. John the Evangelist
Pohlman, rf; and Junior Baldauf, cf.
Catholic Church, the Rev.
The Epworth League of Morris Chapel Church held a Daniel Johnson officiatpicnic Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira ing. Burial will follow in St.
Brenneman, southeast of Delphos. Host was Nile Brenneman Johns Cemetery.
and hostesses were Esther, Betty and Catherine Brenneman.
Visitation will be from 2-8
In the business meeting plans for the institution at Lakeside p.m. on Thursday at Weber
were discussed and plans for an ice cream social to be held on Funeral Home, where a Parish
July 12 at the Delphos Methodist Church were also discussed. Wake Service will be held at
The Merchants continued their drive for a higher place in 7:30 p.m.
the Northwestern Ohio Baseball League standings Sunday
Memorial contributions
afternoon by trimming Spencerville for the second straight may be made to Delphos St.
time by a score of 9 to 4 on the Spencerville mound. Hank Johns Parish Foundation
Williams was on the mound for the locals and used his strike- or the Community Health
out ball to good advantage setting down 14 batters by this Professionals Homecare and
route.
Hospice.

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Dec. 21, 1951-July 3, 2016


VAN WERT Marilyn
L. Karst, 64, of Van Wert
died Sunday at Van Wert
Inpatient Hospice Center.
She was born Dec. 21,
1951, in Lima to Leonard
and Imogene (Reindel)
Elwer, who preceded her in
death.
She married Jack Karst,
who survives in Van Wert.
Other survivors include
a son, Thomas TJ Karst
of Columbus; a daughter, Jodee Karst of Columbus; a
brother, Aloysius Elwer of Fort Jennings; and two sisters,
Theresa Looser of Ottoville and Sue Lichtenberger of Fort
Wayne.
Marilyn was a Real Estate agent with Straley Realty,
Van Wert. She was also the former business editor with
the Fort Wayne newspapers. She was a graduate of the The
Ohio State University School of Journalism and a member
of the Alumni Association. She was an avid Buckeye fan.
Friends may call from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. today at
Alspach-Gearhart Funeral Home & Crematory, where a
Rosary Service will begin at 7:45 p.m.
There is no service.
Preferred memorials are to Van Wert Inpatient Hospice
Center or Van Wert County Relay for Life.

Kathleen Bockey

Feb. 6, 1961-June 28, 2016,


DELPHOS Kathleen
M. Bockey, 55, of Delphos
passed away on June 28 at
her residence in Delphos.
She was born Feb. 6,
1961, to Eugene and Elinor
(Beining) Kimmet, who preceded her in death.
She is survived by her
former husband, Dennis
Bockey; son Nicholas (Traci)
Klonowski and grandchildren, Jordyn, Kenadie and
Harleigh of Toledo; and son Benjamin (Nicole) Boes of
Grove City and grandchildren, Isis, Nevaeh, Lovella and
Nova. She is also survived by four sisters, Connie Wilcox
of Delphos, Becky Plumpe of Springfield, Missouri, Mary
(Jerry) Hanneman of Glandorf and Karen (Brian) Ragan, of
Woodville; one brother, David Kimmet of Glandorf; and 15
nieces and nephews.
She was also preceded in death by a sister-in-law, Susan
Kimmet.
Kathleen was a member of St. John the Evangelist
Catholic Church, a 1979 graduate of St. Johns High School
and had worked at Hardees, I & K and Van Dyne-Crotty. She
was a beloved mother, grandmother, sister and aunt who will
be greatly missed.
Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday
at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, the Rev. Daniel
Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery.
Friends may call from 2-8 p.m. on Friday at Harter and
Schier Funeral Home, where a parish wake will be held at
7:30 p.m.
Memorial contributions may be made to the family.

No fatal traffic crashes during


June on Allen County roads
Information submitted
LIMA The Lima-Allen County Safe Community
Coalition reports there were no fatal traffic crashes on Allen
County roadways during the month of June. During the first
six months of 2016, there have been two (2) fatal crashes,
resulting in three (3) fatalities. In 2015, during the same six
month period, there were six (6) fatal crashes, resulting in six
(6) fatalities.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration, each traffic fatality has a comprehensive
cost of $5,377,365. Total comprehensive costs for 2016 Allen
County fatal crashes are $16,132,095.

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Optimists 4th of July Fishing Derby winners

Kyra Foust was the girls bicycle winner with an 18 1/2-inch, 2 pound-9-ounce carp. The Bentley Duer won the boys bicycle with his 20 1/4-inch, 3 pound-2-ounce catfish. Wager
bicycles were donated by Delphos VFW Post 3035. Post Commander Shannon Wagner, and Munshower present him and his uncle Tom Etgen with the bicycle.
left, and Junior Vice Commander Drew Munshower congratulate her. (DHI Media/Nancy
Spencer)

Optimist Fishing Derby winners in the 2-5-year-olds were, front from left, Blaine
Allemeier and Austin Gerdemann; and back, Kailyn Smith, Kennadee White and Zaiti
Harter.

Winners in the 8-13-year-olds were, front from left, Matthew Kriegel, Caden White and
Kaden Colley; and back, Bella Wilson, Cheyenne Bowers and Kaylee Buzard.

Firecracker Bike Ride winners

Phoenix Tucker also caught


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Derby winners in the 6-7-year-olds were, from left, Jada Hoskins; and back, Dylan prize in the 6-7-year-olds.
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Lori Baldauf and Bill Kramer won the Kiwanis Firecracker


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clocked in as the first female rider. (DHI Media/Nancy
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Anniversary

Anniversary

TODAY
9 a.m. - noon Putnam County Museum is open, 202 E. Main
St., Kalida.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
Noon Rotary Club meets at The Grind.
6 p.m. Shepherds of Christ Associates meet in the St. Johns
Chapel.
6:30 p.m. Delphos Kiwanis Club meets at the Eagles Lodge,
1600 E. Fifth St.
7 p.m. Bingo at St. Johns Little Theatre.
Delphos Civil Service Commission meets at Municipal Building.
7:30 p.m. Hope Lodge 214 Free and Accepted Masons,
Masonic Temple, North Main Street.
9 p.m. Fort Jennings Lions Club meets at the Outpost
Restaurant.
THURSDAY
9-11 a.m. The Delphos Canal Commission Museum, 241 N.
Main St., is open.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
3-7 p.m. The Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
7 p.m. Delphos Emergency Medical Service meeting, EMS
building, Second Street.
7:30 p.m. Delphos Chapter 23, Order of Eastern Star, meets
at the Masonic Temple, North Main Street.
FRIDAY
7:30 a.m. Delphos Optimist Club, A&W Drive-In, 924 E.
Fifth St.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Delphos Museum of Postal History,
339 N. Main St., is open.
11 a.m.-4 p.m. Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
11:30 a.m. Mealsite at Delphos Senior Citizen Center, 301
Suthoff St.
SATURDAY
8:30-11:30 a.m. St. Johns High School recycle, enter on East
First Street.
9 a.m. - noon Interfaith Thrift Store is open for shopping.
St. Vincent dePaul Society, located at the east edge of the St.
Johns High School parking lot, is open.
Cloverdale recycle at village park.
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.

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Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kloeppel will observe 70 years of
marriage on July 9.
To celebrate, an open house will be held from 2-4 p.m.
on July 10 at Vancrest Healthcare Center in Delphos.
Melvin and the former Alma Heidelbaugh were married
on July 9, 1946, at Morris Chapel Methodist Church on
Defiance Trail.
They are the parents of six children, Lois (Mer) Ewing
of Spencerville, Carol Wood of Van Wert, Ken (Suzanne)
Kloeppel, Bob (Denise) Kloeppel and Ron (Sue) Kloeppel
of Delphos and Janice Kloeppel of Memphis, Tennessee.
They also have 10 grandchildren, Todd and Jeff Ewing,
Doug, Wood, Corey, Troy (Melissa) and Ryan Kloeppel,
Dionna (Cory) Noonan, Derek Daulbaugh and Aaron and
Paige Kloeppel.; and three great-grandchildren, Zachary
and Alexa Noonan and Madilyn Kloeppel. A son-in-law,
David Wood, is deceased.
Melvin is a retired farmer and Alma retired from R.G.
Dunn.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Grothous of Delphos will celebrate


their 45th wedding anniversary on July 9. An anniversary
trip to Mexico is being planned.
Tom and the former Jacki Klaus were married July 9,
1971, in the St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in
Delphos, the Rev. John Blaser officiating,
They are the parents of two daughters, Toma (Joshua)
Bomser of Worthington and Tara (Jeff) Peterman of
Marysville. They also have five grandchildren.
Tom is an Academic Dean at the College of Applied
Technologies at the University of Northwestern Ohio, a
Councilman-at-Large for the city of Delphos and also is
employed by Childers Media Group, as Mr. Wheels.
Jacki is retired from Key Bank formerly Peoples
National Bank and also Holland Binkley Corp. formerly
Fruehauf Corp.

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LIMA The University of Northwestern
Ohio is proud to acknowledge its Presidents List
for Spring Quarter 2016 for students in the College
of Applied Technologies. The following full-time
and part-time students received a grade point
average of 4.0:
Fort Jennings
Daniel Saum
The university announces its Presidents List
for Spring Quarter 2016 for students in the College
of Business. The following full-time and part- time
students received a grade point average of 4.0:
Delphos
Diana Hitchcock
Venedocia
Christina Young
The university names its Presidents List for
Spring Quarter 2016 for students in the College

of Occupational Professions. The following fulltime and part-time students received a grade point
average of 4.0:
Delphos
William Knebel
Fort Jennings
Reanne Higginbotham
The university announces its Presidents List
for Spring Quarter 2016 for students in the College
of Health Professions. The following full -time and
part-time students received a grade point average
of 4.0:
Fort Jennings
Ashley Gable
The Deans List for Spring Quarter 2016 for
students in the College of Applied Technologies
included the following full-time and part-time
students who received a grade point average of
3.5 or better:
Cloverdale

Monica Buettner
Delphos
Amy Grothouse
Zach Kimmett
Michelle Ramage
Morgan Wireman
Elida
Brandon Patrick
Robert Rose
Fort Jennings
Kyle Karhoff
Brandt Landin
Luke Langhals
Wesley Markward
Jeremy Neidert
Morgan Schroeder
Ottoville
Craig Odenweller
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The Deans List for Spring Quarter 2016 for
students in the College of Health Professions
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students who received a grade point average of
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Wednesday July 6, 2016

Well done, Delphos!


Jim Metcalfe
Im just going to
take a short part of
my Musings to write
about the wonderful weekend we just
had as part of the
Kiwanis Fourth of
July celebration at
Stadium Park.
It may not all
be about sports but its my column, so there!
It was a great civic overall weekend for all involved: volunteers, players, coaches, fans, parents and the like.
The music was fantastic and high energy, the mood was
upbeat, the food was great as evidenced by the chicken
barbecue dinners being sold out in seemingly no time and it
was just a fun time to be had by all.
It just seemed a nice way to celebrate our countrys 240th
birthday!
We have a year to top that!

So, the Cincinnati Reds decided that their pitching coach,


Mark Riggins, was the reason for their woeful pitching this
2016 season.
Not the number of injuries to all of these prospects, forcing
even more prospects to step in.
Not with the number of prospects from the start that really
have not pitched well so far because they are still learning.
Not the decision by upper management to try and piece
together a bullpen with wishful thinking and bubble gum, putting players in positions they really werent made for that has
been a miserable failure.
Even they supposedly admitted they should have
signed more lower-level free agents to try and help carry the
load while these youngsters adjust to the major league level.
I guess the guy they gave this roster of pitchers to is the
one to blame?
Not those that actually made these decisions?
They are talking about not accepting lowered expectations
for this team and people being accountable for their play but
arent they the ones that really lowered expectations the last
several seasons with their dismantling trades and such?
And he is expected to do miracles with all these not-readyfor-primetime and out-of-position players?
My guess is that these pitchers that are coming back and
getting healthy will be better simply because they are getting
healthy from injury and in better shape and the sad part is
Riggins will not get the real credit he should but the new pitching coach former bullpen coach Mack Jenkins and new
bullpen coach Ted Power will.
Plus, to expect players making their MLB debuts to automatically be stars is ludicrous. Very few can step right onto a
major-league stadium and fit right in.
In other words, Riggins was trying to make do with players
that really were not ready for MLB at this moment.
You would already hope they were being help accountable
but isnt it hard to be held accountable when you simply arent
ready?
You can only do so much and improve so fast.
I do believe maybe its more of hope that they will
become legit pros for the Reds and help the franchise get back
to where they not only compete but win big.
And they are still hamstrung by the albatross that is Homer
Bailey and his $18 million salary (all told) for 2016 and $19
million for next season.
He might be back by late July now!
Perhaps there are some building blocks: Anthony DeSclafani
might become the closer they need even now. The rest is wait
and see.
Oh, well, its easier to fire one than 11.

Metcalfes
Musings

Sports

Fetzer helps Cougs hold off Jays


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

CONVOY There
werent many hits during
Tuesday afternoons ACME
Baseball Congress West
Sectional battle between St.
Johns and Van Wert at the
Crestview Sports Complex in
Convoy.
With only nine total base
hits, it came down to free
passes, errors and pitching.
Van Werts Caleb Fetzer
threw a complete game and
the Cougars took advantage
of seven free passes to build
a 4-0 lead and held on for a
4-2 victory.
Van Wert advances to the
6:30 p.m. final game today
with the winner-move-on of
St. Johns vs. Crestview earlier in the afternoon.
Fetzer ceded four hits, 3
walks (1 intentional) and two
runs, one earned, while fanning eight in his 111-pitch
(74 strikes) effort.
In the upper first against
Jays struggling starter Josh
Warnecke, a 1-out free pass
to Darius Eddins (stolen base)
and a 2-out slap to center by
Nick Gutierrez (stolen base)
and base-on-balls to John Lee
loaded the bases.
Holden Willingham led off
the second on an error, took
second on a Tristan Wehner
sacrifice and after Connor
Army walked third on
an error on Mason Carrs
grounder.
The Cougars got two in
the top of the third. With one
gone, Lee ripped a hit to left
and burgled second. Backto-back free passes (Nathan
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bounced out.
The Jays tried to answer
in the home half. Seth Linder
hit a double off the fence in
left not missing a homer
by much and, an out later,
had to stay there on Eric
Vogts wicked-hop single that
handcuffed third baseman
Willingham.
Wehner doubled to left
center to open the Cougs
fifth and Hayden Maples
pinch-ran. Army tried to sacrifice bunt but was out when
it was ruled the ball hit him
out of the batters box in fair
territory. An out later, Eddins
drilled a single to right and
despite doing a somersault
around third, Maples scored.

Delphos Jefferson head


ACME coach Jason Mahlie
said of the errors. We struggled to get going, but once
we did we played alright.
They scored the games
final run in the fourth inning
when Jacobs was hit by a
pitch with the bases loaded
plating Spencer who walked
earlier in the inning.
Jefferson was unable to
crack the scoreboard despite
having two hits in the top of
the first inning. They would
have one hit in the third and
fifth innings as well, but
nothing would come of them.
Jay pitched a complete
game for the Roughriders,
fanning seven and walking
three batters. He also threw a
wild pitch, but allowed only
four hits in seven innings.
With the loss, Delphos
Jefferson is eliminated from
the ACME tournament and
has finished its summer season.
We are going to improve
in the offseason, Mahlie
said. We have some talent
here and hopefully we will
get everybody back healthy
because that really hurt us
here lately. I think these guys
are going to make a very

good team next year.

Eddins was caught stealing


by catcher Buddy Jackson.
Schwinnen was safe on
a throwing error to open the
home half but was thrown out
by catcher Storm Pierce.
The Jays cut the deficit
in half in the sixth. With
one down, Linder walked,
Jackson was plunked and
Vogt was safe on an error.
Warnecke slapped a hit up
the gut to get Linder in. Jacob
Youngpeter forced Jackson
at home. Schwinnen walked
to get Vogt home for 4-2
but Tony Sanders forced
Youngpeter at third.
The Jays threatened in the
seventh with one down.
See FETZER, page 7

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CONVOY The Delphos


Jefferson Wildcats and St.
Marys Memorial Roughriders
met in the ACME tournament on Sunday evening in
a win-or-go-home game. The
Roughriders scored two in
the first and didnt look back
as they rolled to a 4-0 victory
to eliminate Jefferson from
the ACME tournament.
The Roughriders took
advantage of an error in the
first inning as Drew Jacobs
reached on an infield fielding
error. Derek Jay then singled
to put runners on first and
second with no outs. Austin
Hollandsworth then doubled
to deep left-center field plating two runs and giving St.
Marys a 2-0 lead in the first
inning and they didnt look
back.
St. Marys scored another run in the second inning
on two Jefferson errors. Will
Spencer scored form second
base on a throwing error by
the Jefferson third baseman,
their third of the game. Riders
led 3-0 after two innings.
Its tough to overcome,

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Earlier in the day, the for him. Blackmore advanced
Wildcats and the Van Wert to third base on sacrifice bunt
attempt that led to another
Cougars dueled.
The Wildcats controlled the Jefferson error. He then scored
momentum through the first 5 1/2 on a wild pitch during Carrs
innings, but the Cougars came at-bat to complete their come
from behind to defeat Jefferson from behind efforts in winning
and advance to Tuesdays fashion, 10-9.
Delphos Jefferson brought
District semifinal game.
Trailing 9-3 headed into the 13 batters to the dish in the
bottom of the sixth inning, things fifth inning, which led to seven
seemed all but over, but the runs. They were benefited in
Cougars had a plan. John Lee the inning by five Cougar walks
singled on the first pitch of the and a hit-batter while they colinning off of a new Jefferson lected just two hits. Van Wert
pitcher and advanced to sec- was forced to make two pitching
ond base on an error. With two changes during the inning.
The Cougars got on the board
on and nobody out, Holden
Willingham singled to score Lee first as they put up a run in the
and cut the Wildcat lead to five. first inning as Nate Temple drew
Conner Army single to load the a walk with the bases loaded to
bases before Mason Carr took a plate a run.
Jefferson would tie the game
pitch off of the shoulder to drive
in another Cougar run; they still at one in the third inning when
Jacob Pulford singled in Jordan
trailed 9-5.
With the bases still loaded Boop, who led off the inning
for Van Wert back-to-back RBI with a single.
Van Wert would take a onehits from Darrius Eddins and
Caleb Fetzer pulled the Cougs run advantage again in the botto within 2 runs. Three straight tom of the third inning as Fetzer
walks tied the game at two and scored on a Jefferson passed ball.
Down 9-2 in the fifth inning,
sparked a lot of momentum for
Fetzer doubled to the fence to
the Cougars.
We just have to fight, plate Eddins who singled earlier
Mahlie said. We have to dig in the inning.
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The Herald 7

Fourth of July baseball weekend at Stadium Park

The Beyond Expectations Baseball game (top) has become an annual part of the Delphos Kiwanis July 4th celebration at Stadium Park. All those youngsters and adults that played
in the game Sunday night the Blue Bombers and Red Rockets on the Little League Diamond, as well as coaches and player Buddies, pose for a photograph after the game. (DHI
Media/Jim Metcalfe) ... The Delphos VFW Cardinals (upper middle left) were the 2016 July 4th City League champions Monday at the Westrich Memorial Little League Complex,
defeating the Pirates 13-8, was comprised of, front from left, Camden Teman, Austin Moenter, Nathan Gable and Aidan Lanteigne; second row, Brady Kerner, J.J. Bonifas, Gavin
Becker, Aaron Moenter and Garrett Mueller; and back row, coaches Dave Moenter, Eric Kerner and Kyle Early. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe). ... The Delphos Pirates (upper middle
right) ended up the 2016 City League runner-ups for the Fourth of July and consisted of, front from left, Braylon Metzger, Coby Anspach, batboy Drake Fittro, Braylon Scalf and
Vincent Murray; second row, Branden Oleson, Logan Murray, Avery Schulte, Gavin Fittro, Landon Elwer and Brayden Conley; and back, coaches Don Anspach, Kyle Fittro, Scott
Scalf and Ray Geary. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe). ... The Orioles (above left) took the 2016 Fourth of July Delphos Minor League title Monday night, edging the Mets 14-12. The team
has, First Row from left: Briley Wertenberger and Braden Lindeman; 2nd Row: Grant Ulm, Tyler Lindeman, Alex Martz, Cam Schafer and Sam Hastings; 3rd Row: Cole Brooks,
Caden East, Gaige Horton, Lucas Clay, Tyler Dellinger and Matt Weitzel; and 4th Row: Coach Drew Wertenberger, Coach Jesse Lindeman and Coach Chad Ulm. (DHI Media/
Andria Wertenberger). ... The Mets (above right) were the runners-up of the Delphos Minor League tourney. The team has, front from left, Eric Youngpeter, Drew Boggs, Cohen
Martz, Elijah Petty, Hunter Graham and Brian Stechschulte, Jr.; and second row, coach Ryan Trentman, coach Dave Stemen, Ethan Druckemiller, Mark Stemen, Clay Paddubny
and coach Keaton Druckemiller. Absent are Zander Roth, Austin Schaeffer and Jaden Lucas. (DHI Media/Jim Metcalfe)

Fetzer

Jefferson
(Continued from page 6)
Fetzer tallied two hits, two RBIs and
three stolen bases in the victory for Van
Wert while Jacob Pulford collected three
hits and two errors for the Jeffcats.
With the loss, Jefferson fell into the
losers bracket and they played the St.
Marys Roughriders in the next game of
the tournament immediately following
their first game.
In Saturday afternoons opening tourney game versus Lincolnview, having
more errors than hits usually means a loss
in the game of baseball.
Lincolnview found that out personally
against Jefferson.
Committing five errors that led to six
unearned runs, plus the Wildcats getting solid pitching from starter Darius
Shurelds and Andrew Foust, the Red and
White rolled up a 7-3 victory.
Shurelds went 6 2/3 innings, yielding 2 hits, five bases-on-balls and three
unearned runs. He fanned three in 104
pitches (55 for strikes).
Foust faced one batter in relief to
secure the win.
Ethan Parsons went the distance in
giving up six hits and seven runs, walking
three in a 98-pitch complete game (53 for
strikes).
The Wildcats took the lead for good in
the home half of the first. With two down,
Jacob Pulford walked, Tyler Shrider got
aboard via an error, both advanced on
a wild pitch and then scored on a 2-run
slap to right center by Brett Mahlie for a
2-nil lead.
Lincolnview tried to answer in the
upper second on a 1-out free pass to Thad
Walker who was then caught stealing
by catcher Dre Reed an error on Sam
Myers grounder and a stolen base; however, he went no farther.
Lincolnview made it 2-1 in the third on
a leadoff infield bloop by Nick Motycka,
a sacrifice bunt by Chayten Overholt and
a 2-base throwing error on a pickoff try.

(Continued from page 6)

The Wildcats went up 5-1 in the home


third, again with two outs. Pulford got
aboard on a swinging bunt to third, an
error on Shriders grounder and Mahlie
getting aboard on fielders interference as
Shrider tried to move up on his grounder loaded the bases. Shurelds worked a
free pass to force Pulford in. Dre Reed
grounded a knock into center to get
Shrider and Mahlie in.
The Lancers again tried to mount a
rally in the fourth on an error on Braden
Evans grounder; however, he was immediately caught stealing by Reed.
Lincolnview threatened with two
down in the upper fifth on free passes
to Motycka and Overholt and a bloop hit
to left by Gavin Carter; however, when
Motycka overran third and tried to get
back, he was thrown out by leftfielder
Jordan Boop.
Jefferson attempted to add to its lead
in the fifth. Pulford got a base-on-balls
but was erased on a Shrider grounder,
who was then erased on a Mahlie ground
ball. Shurelds singled to left kept alive
by an error on a foul ball but both runners remained stranded.
Jefferson did add to its lead in the
sixth. Daniel Lehmkuhle singled to center to open it, Jordan Boop sacrificed
(and was safe on a throwing error) and
Jacob Boop bunted the bases full. Foust
flied out deep enough to center to plate
Lehmkuhle and on the play, the Boops
moved up a base. Pulford bounced out
to get Jordan Boop home for a 7-1 edge.
Lincolnview finally rallied in the
upper seventh. With one down, Myers
earned a base-on-balls, moved up on a
2-out passed ball and after Motycka
walked advanced on a wild pitch. Both
runners scored on a throwing error on
Overholts grounder. Foust forced Carter
to foul out to Shurelds at third with one
pitch to end it.
Overholt started the game by getting
aboard on a 2-base throwing error on his
grounder but he went no farther.
JEFFERSON-ST. MARYS MEMORIAL

Delphos Jefferson (0)


Brennan Auer ss/lf 4-0-1-0, Jacob Boop cf 3-01-0, Jacob Pulford 1b 2-0-1-0, Brett Mahlie
p/3b 2-0-0-0, Darius Shurelds 2b 3-0-0-0,
Drew Foust 3b/ss 2-0-0-0, Daniel Lehmkule
rf/p 2-0-0-0, David Grant rf 1-0-0-0, Dre Reed
c 3-0-0-0, Jordan Boop lf/rf 3-0-1-0; Total 250-4-0
St. Marys (4)
Austin Cook 3b 3-0-0-0, Drew Jacobs c 3-1-01, Derek Jay p 3-1-2-0, Clay Quelhorst pr 0-00-0, Austin Hollandsworth 3-0-1-2, Mitchell
Pendleton DH 3-0-0-0, Garrett Lauth dh 1-00-0, Ethan Rose ss 0-0-0-0, Logan Dircksen
2b 2-0-0-0, Colin Clements cf 3-0-0-0, Will
Spencer rf 1-2-0-0, Chandler Grey lf 3-0-1-0;
Totals 16-4-4-3
E DJ 4, SM 1; LOB DJ 5, SM 9; 2B
Hollandsworth; HBP Dirckson, Jacobs, Jay,
Spencer; PB Reed
Delphos Jefferson 000 000 0 0 4 4
St. Marys 210 100 - 4 4 1
Pitching: IP-H-R-ER-BB-K
Delphos Jefferson
Mahlie 5.0-4-4-2-2-1
Lehmkule 1.0-0-0-0-1-0
St. Marys
Jay 7.0-4-0-0-3-7
HBP Mahlie 3, Lehmkule; WP Lehmkule;
Pitches-Strikes Mahlie 77-45, Lehmkule 5-3,
Jay 101-69
============
JEFFERSON-VAN WERT
Delphos Jefferson (9)
Brennan Auer p/ss 5-0-1-0, Jacob Boop cf
3-1-1-0, Jacob Pulford dh/1b/p 4-1-3-2, David
Grant pr 0-1-0-0Caleb Lucas 1b 0-0-0-0, Tyler
Shrider 1b 2-0-0-0, Daniel Lemkuhle rf 2-11-1, Brett Mahlie 3b 1-1-0-1, Darius Shurelds
2b 3-1-2-1, Andrew Foust ss/p/1b 3-0-1-2, Dre
Reed c 3-1-1-2, Jordan Boop lf 3-1-1-0; Totals
31-9-11-8
Van Wert (10)
Mason Carr cf 3-0-0-1, Darrius Eddins lf/p 3-32-1, Caleb Fetzer 2b/p 4-2-2-2, Nick Guiterrez
ss 3-0-0-0, John Lee rf/lf 2-1-1-1, Nate Temple
1b 2-1-0-1, Holden Willingham p/3b 4-11-1, Tristan Wehner dh 3-0-1-0, Lawson
Blackmore pr 0-1-0-0, Storm Pierce c 0-0-0-0,
Conner Army 3b/p/2b 4-1-1-0; Totals 28-108-8
E DJ 3, VW 2; LOB DJ 9, VW 8; DP VW,
2B Fetzer, Wehner, HBP Pulford, Carr; SAC
Jacob Boop, Shurelds; SB Fetzer 3, Eddins
2; CS Carr, PB Reed
Delphos Jefferson 001 071 0 10 11 3
Van Wert 101 016 1 9 8 2

Pitching: IP-H-R-ER-BB-K
Delphos Jefferson
Auer 5.0-3-3-3-4-2
Foust 0.1-4-5-4-0-0
Pulford (L) 1.2-1-1-1-3-1
Van Wert
Willingham 4.1-5-6-5-4-1
Eddins 0.0-1-2-1-3-0
Army 1.1-4-1-1-0-1
Fetzer (W) 1.0-1-0-0-0-1
HBP Foust, Willingham; WP Pulford;
Pitches-Strikes Auer 77-44, Foust 18-12,
Pulford 32-14, Willingham 68-35, Eddins 17-5,
Army 31-22, Fetzer 13-9
----------------JEFFERSON-LINCOLNVIEW
LINCOLNVIEW (3)
Chayten Overholt ss 2-0-0-0, Gavin Carter
3b 4-0-1-0, Jaden Youtsey 2b 3-0-0-0, Braden
Evans cf 3-0-0-0, Braxton Fox rf 3-0-0-0, Thad
Walker lf 2-0-0-0, Sam Myers c 2-1-0-0, Ethan
Parsons p 3-0-0-0, Nick Motycka 1b 1-2-1-0.
Totals 23-3-2-0.
JEFFERSON (7)
Jacob Boop cf 4-0-1-0, Andrew Foust
ss/p 3-0-0-1, Jacob Pulford 1b 2-2-1-1, Tyler
Shrider rf 4-2-0-0, Brett Mahlie 3b/ss 3-1-12, Darius Shurelds p/3b 2-0-1-1, Dre Reed c
3-0-1-2, Daniel Lehmkuhle dh 3-1-1-0, Caleb
Lucas 2b 0-0-0-0, Jordan Boop lf 2-1-0-0.
Totals 26-7-6-7.
Score by Innings:
Lincolnview 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 - 3 2 5
Jefferson 2 0 3 0 0 2 x - 7 6 6
E: Mahlie 2, Overholt, Carter, Youtsey,
Walker, Parsons, Foust, Pulford, Shurelds,
Lucas; LOB: Lincolnview 5, Jefferson 6; SB:
Myers; CS: Evans (by Reed), Walker (by
Reed); Sac: Jo. Boop; SF: Foust.
IP H R ER BB SO
LINCOLNVIEW
Parsons (L) 6.0 6 7 1 3 0
JEFFERSON
Shurelds (W) 6.2 2 3 0 5 3
Foust 0.1 0 0 0 0 0
WP: Parsons, Shurelds. PB: Reed. BB:
Motycka 2, Pulford 2, Overholt, Walker,
Myers, Shurelds. Pitches-Strikes: Parsons
98-53; Shurelds 104-55, Foust 1-1.

Aaron Reindel was safe on


a third strike in the dirt and
took third on a 2-base throwing error on a 2-out Jackson
grounder, with Dominic
Metzger pinch-running. Vogt
was intentionally walked
but was forced at second by
Warneckes grounder to end
the game.

VAN WERT (4)


Mason Carr cf 3-0-0-1, Darius
Eddins lf 3-0-1-1, Caleb Fetzer
p 4-1-0-0, Nick Gutierrez ss 4-01-0, Johnathan Lee rf 2-1-1-0,
Nathan Temple 1b 2-1-0-0, Holden
Willingham 3b 3-0-0-0, Tristen
Wehner dh 2-0-2-1, Hayden Maples
pr/dh 1-1-0-0, Storm Price c 0-0-00, Connor Army 2b 2-0-0-0. Totals
26-4-5-4.
ST. JOHNS (3)
Aaron Reindel 2b 4-0-0-0, Ethan
Linder cf 3-1-1-0, Buddy Jackson c
3-0-0-0, Dominic Metzger pr 0-0-0-0,
Eric Vogt ss 3-1-1-0, Josh Warnecke
p/3b 4-0-1-1, Jacob Youngpeter 1b
3-0-0-0, Troy Schwinnen 2b 2-0-01, Tony Sanders dh 3-0-0-0, Corey
Koverman 3b 0-0-0-0, Luke Reindel
p 0-0-0-0, Matthew Miller rf 3-0-1-0.
Totals 28-2-4-2.
Score by Innings: R H E
Van Wert 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 - 4 5 4
St. Johns 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 - 2 4 3
E: Gutierrez 2, Vogt 2,
Willingham, Pierce, Warnecke;
LOB: Van Wert 10, St. Johns 9;
2B: Wehner, Linder; SB: Fetzer 2,
Lee 2, Eddins, Gutierrez; CS: Eddins
(by Jackson), Schwinnen (by Pierce);
Sac: Wehner; SF: Temple.
IP H R ER BB SO
VAN WERT
Fetzer (W) 7.0 4 2 1 3 8
ST. JOHNS
Warnecke (L) 2.2 3 2 2 6 2
L. Reindel 4.1 2 2 1 1 2
WP: Warnecke. HBP: Jackson (by
Fetzer). BB: Lee 2, Carr, Eddins,
Temple, Willingham, Army, Linder,
Vogt (intentional), Schwinnen.
Pitches-Strikes: Fetzer 111-74;
Warnecke 85-43, L. Fetzer 50-32.

8 The Herald

Wednesday July 6, 2016

www.delphosherald.com

Business

Real Estate Transfers


Allen County
Delphos
Bank of New York Mellon
Trust Company National
Association Bank of New York
Trust Company NA Successor
JP Morgan Chase Bank N A
As Trustee Ramp 2004RS8
OCWEN Loan Servicing LLC
Attorney In Fact to Julie A.
Renner and Gregory N. Renner,
7320 Lehman Road, Delphos,
$136,200.
Sasha L. Dicke Et Al and
Sheriff Samuel A. Crish to
Wells Fargo Bank NA, 14566
Landeck Road, Delphos,
$14,000.
Amanda Township
Jaret T. McKinley and
Brenda K. McKinley to Robert
Goodwin, 1001 Dogleg Road,
Spencerville, $135,000.
Spencer Township
Cynthia J. Schwinnen to
Bradley Schwinnen, 13975
Bloomlock Road, Spencerville,
$164,400.
Spencerville
Michael L. Grigsby and
Mary Jane Grigsby to Earl
E. Grigsby and Margilene
Grigsby, .407 acres on W. North
St., Spencerville, $11,000.
Putnam County
Kenneth S. Roberts and
Marjorie A. Roberts, Lot 745,
Columbus Grove, to Ashley
P. Roberts TR and Roberts
Irrevocable Heritage TR.
Ryan J. Schimmoeller and
Megan I. Schimmoeller fka
Megan I. Hamburg, Lots 217,
218 and 219, Ottoville, to
David J. Wurst.
David J. Wurst, Lots 217,
218 and 219, Ottoville, to David
J. Wurst and Jessica A. Vorst.
Nicholas J. Hoersten and
Karissa Hoersten, .98 acre,
Jennings Township, to Ashley
Stechschulte and Jennifer
Stechschulte.
Kenneth B. Vennekotter
TR, 80.0 acres and .262 acre,
Greensburg Township, to Kevin
M. Phillips and Kristin M.
Phillips.
Eugene H. Gable and Joyce
A. Gable, 11.233 acres, 14.029
acres and 74.81 acres, Jennings
Township, to Eugene H. Gable
TR and Joyce A. Gable TR.
David C. Sweet and Rita
M. Sweet, Lots 1202 and 1357,
Ottawa, to Jason S. May and
Nicole T. May.
Larry D. Basinger TR,
Doris J Basinger TR and
Doris J. Basinger Surviving
Grantors TR, 3.0 acres,
Pleasant Township, to Kenneth
L. Basinger and Theresa A.
Basinger.
Kenneth E. Smith and
Tammy Ann Smith, .550
acre and 5.983 acres, Ottawa
Township, to William C. Risner.
Bradley W. Cherry and
Jackie J. Stotts, .03 acre, .51
acre and parcel 6, Ottawa
Township, to Eliott D. Barraza.
N. Mae Mox LLC, 29.206
acres, 46.624 acres and 50.817
acres, Jackson Township, to
GVS Farms LLC.
Nolan G. Shisler and
Ladonna K. Shisler, Lot 438,
Continental, to Michael O.
Shirey and Lana M. Shirey.
Michael O. Shirey and Lana M.
Shirey, Lot 438, Continental, to
James R. Combs and Brandy
Combs.
Alice Blockberger, Lots 359
and 360, Columbus Grove, to
Dutch Run Properties LLC.
Joseph Morman and Theresa
M. Morman, Lots 7 and 8,
Ottawa, to Village of Ottawa,
Putnam County Ohio.
Thomas J. Smith and Joyce
H. Smith, Lot 39, Ottawa, to
Village of Ottawa.
Giesken Enterprises Limited
LLC Inc., Lot 350, Glandorf,
to John T. Miller and Kathleen
S. Miller.
Were All Getting Pepsi
LLC, 3.0 acres, Jennings
Township, to Nicholas Hoersten
and Karissa Hoersten.
Jeffrey W. Etter and Robin
K. Etter, Lots 244, 245 and 246,

Dupont, to Dustin J. Ladd and


Megan L. Ladd.
Van Wert County
Jon T. Hall Family Living
Trust, Judith A. Hall Family
Living Trust to Hall Family
Living Trust, inlots 466, 49,
portion of inlot 48, Convoy,
portion of section 30, Union
Township.
Estate of John R. Wood to
Sandra G. Wood, portion of
inlots 124, 125, Van Wert.
Lloyd E. Evans Family
Trust, Betty J. Evans Family
Trust to EWS Farms LLC, portion of section 6, Washington
Township.
Betty J. Evans to EWS
Farms LLC, portion of sections
33, 28, Jackson Township, portion of section 5, Washington
Township.
Harold L. Rosendahl,
Cathleen J. Edgell to Harold
L. Rosendahl Revocable Trust,
Allan E. Rosendahl Special
Needs Trust, inlot 3220, Van
Wert.
Delores Hanlin to Brenda L.
Ericson, portion of section 15,
Ridge Township.
Estate of Dennis Lowell
Figley to Kimberly S. Figley,
portion of inlot 101, Van Wert.
Gary L. Rusk, Pamela J.
Rusk to Alex Subler, inlot 159,
Van Wert.
Christine M. Kerzee to Jenna
L. Strayer, inlot 729, Delphos.
Lee M. Copes, Sheriff
Thomas M. Riggenbach to
Roger L. Welch Revocable
Trust, portion of inlot 2116, Van
Wert.
Emma Stuart to Dennis E.
Ries, Dana L. Ries, portion of
section 27, Liberty Township.
Estate of Ramon Murray,
estate of Ramon C. Murray to
Marilyn Sue Murray, portion
of inlots 3150, 2062, Van Wert.
Phillip L. Wermer, Nancy J.
Wermer to Phillip L. Wermer,
Nancy J. Wermer, portion of
section 17, Ridge Township.
Richard Merkle, Jody
Merkle to Joshua A. Maxey,
Shannon R. Maxey, inlot 1696,
portion of inlot 1694, inlot
1695, Van Wert.
Luvina M. Stewart to Eddie
P. Stewart, portion of section
25, Hoaglin Township.
Marilyn Joan Stripe to
Deborah S. Ford, James E.
Stripe, Michael C. Stripe, inlot
2238, Van Wert.
Matthew Thomas Bockrath,
Melissa
Sue
Bockrath,
Matthew T. Bockrath to Jeffery
J. Morefield, Tammy M.
Morefield, lot 9-8, Van Wert
subdivision 5.
William H. Wise Revocable
Living Trust, Vivian L. Wise
Revocable Living Trust to
Matthew T. Bockrath, Melissa
S. Bockrath, inlot 2634, Van
Wert.
Estate of Harold E. Murphy
to Angela Jo Murphy, Helen L.
Murphy, inlot 636, Van Wert.
Estate of James J. Carr to
Sheryl A. Carr, portion of inlots
302, 300, Ohio City.
Miller Keystone Inheritance
Trust to Jerry L. Hartman, Darla
J. Kovar, lot 88-3, Van Wert
subdivision.
Estate of Dennis Fay Glass,
estate of Dennis F. Glass to
Ruth Ann Glass, inlots 45, 46,
47, 48, Scott.
Estate of Dennis Fay Glass,
estate of Dennis F. Glass to
Ruth Ann Glass, portion of inlot
1175, Van Wert.
Mark C. Davis, Lizabeth D.
Davis, Mark Davis to Caitlin
Stoyer, portion of inlots 47, 48,
Van Wert.
Tina M. Neal to Rex E.
Lloyd, Lisa J. Lloyd, Danny
L. Lloyd, portion of section 15,
York Township.
Estate of Richard Eugene
Putman, estate of Richard E.
Putman to Donald E. Wisener
Living Trust, Sharon J. Wisener
Living Trust, inlot 278, Middle
Point.
Marilyn Sue Murray to
Benjamin J. Crawford, inlot

3150, Van Wert.


Calvin E. Rhodes, Beth A.
Rhodes, Beth Rhodes to Paul
C. Barton, inlots 560, 561, Van
Wert.
Castle 2016 LLC to FFF
Properties LLC, inlot 2460, Van
Wert.
Ricky L. Ricker, Kimmy
R. Ricker to Benjamin Krugh,
Christine Krugh, inlot 1737,
Van Wert.
Megan R. Coughlin, Eathon
Coughlin to Heather A. Nofer,
Kristofer L. King, inlot 1943,
Van Wert.
Estate of Jane Tomlinson
to Jeffrey Dean Tomlinson,
Michael Eric Tomlinson, inlot
2868, Van Wert.
Michael Eric Tomlinson,
Jeffrey Dean Tomlinson, Amy
Ann Tomlinson to Noel G.
Critchfield, inlot 2868, Van
Wert.
Rusty L. Gamble, Linda M.
Gamble to Patrick J. Hipple,
portion of inlot 3773, Van Wert.
Julie Gamble, Robert D.
Gamble, Dale Butler, Lisa
Butler to Deanna C. Jewell,
inlot 3599, Van Wert.
Roger E. Harting, Mary L.
Harting to Roger E. Harting
Revocable Living Trust, portion of sections 8, 10, Tully
Township.
Roger E. Harting, Mary L.
Harting to Mary L. Harting
Revocable Living Trust, portion of sections 8, 10, Tully
Township.
Chad P. Thornell, Sarah A.
Thornell to Sarah A. Thornell,
portion of section 3, Tully
Township.
Shagaf Hamdi, Shagaf Kadi
to J. Richard Sealscott, Deborah
J. Sealscott, inlot 4185, Van
Wert.
Helen G. Gorman Living
Trust to Kimmy R. Ricker,
Ricky L. Ricker, inlot 3450,
Van Wert.
Greg Crisenbery, Rhonda K.
McNall Crisenbery, Rhonda K.
McNall-Crisenbery to Kyle W.
Crisenbery, portion of section
13, Willshire Township.
Thomas W. Purmort, Mary
Beth Purmort to Thomas W.
Purmort Joint Living Trust,
Mary Beth Purmort Joint
Living Trust, portion of section
25, Pleasant Township.
Margaret A. Stauffer to
Jeffery L. Wilson, inlot 72, portion of inlot 73, Willshire.
Estate of Patty A. Hileman
to Patty A. Hileman Trust
Agreement, portion of section
24, Willshire Township.
Ruth Ann Glass to Integrity
Real Estate LLC, portion of
inlot 1175, Van Wert.
LTC Farms Inc. to Ridgeway
Farms LLC, portion of section
4, Pleasant Township.
Estate of Randy Lynn Sevitz,
estate of Randy L. Sevitz to
Natalie M. Sevitz, portion of
section 31, Ridge Township (lot
6 Pleasant Ridge subdivision).
Mark A. Wiseman, Kathy S.
Wiseman to Mark A. Wiseman,
portion of section 2, Liberty
Township, inlot 2521, portion
of inlot 2522, Van Wert.
Mark A. Wiseman, Kathy S.
Wiseman to Kathy S. Wiseman,
portion of section 2, Liberty
Township, inlot 2521, portion
of inlot 2522, Van Wert.
Kathy S. Wiseman, Mark A.
Wiseman to Liberty Wise LLC,
portion of section 2, Liberty
Township, inlot 2521, portion
of inlot 2522, Van Wert.
Alvin W. Waldron, Marilyn
A. Waldron to Rusty L. Gamble,
Linda M. Gamble, inlot 4070,
Van Wert. (unit 2)
Connie L. Myers, Connie
L. Moser, Connie L. Brooks,
Connie L. Brooks-Moser to
Earl W. Moser, portion of section 25, Union Township.
Estate of James A. Johnson
to Nancy D. Johnson, inlots
283, 284, 286, 289, 290, 291,
294, Middle Point.
Leila Brown LLC to Roger
L. Welch Revocable Living
Trust, inlot 3172, Van Wert.

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financial independence
BY NATHANIEL SILLIN

Its never a bad time to consider life,


liberty and the pursuit of happiness but
Independence Day offers us a special opportunity. For me, those concepts also have
a great deal to do with financial independence. After all, the ability to take care of
yourself and your loved ones throughout
life is a great source of happiness and a
way to avoid stress and worry. And never
forget that greater financial freedom isnt just good
news for you financially
healthy households make
us all stronger as a country.
So make a financial declaration of independence
that you can celebrate year
round. Ive boiled it down
to five essential steps:
1. Plan. The only way
to build a strong financial
future is to live below your
means, essentially to spend
less than you make. The earlier you can
commit to that behavior and divert funds
to regular savings and investing, youll
be in better financial shape for a lifetime.
Budgeting (http://pmsfl.us/1mW4IsG) the
process of tracking income, subtracting
expenses and directing the difference to
essential financial goals is the way youll
afford retirement, college for your children and a range of other financial goals.
2. Protect. Why focus on protecting your
money, even before you have much of it?
Because protecting your money early on
will keep new money where it can grow.
The first task involves building an emergency fund that will hold three to six months
of reserves to cover everyday expenses
if you lose your job or have to shoulder
a major expense or repair. An emergency
fund will help keep you from having to
borrow in such a situation. The next step
is insurance. Whether you purchased a
home or you are renting a property, think
about everything you own. How much
would it cost to replace clothing, furniture,
appliances and electronics? Did you also
know that renters insurance offers liability coverage of medical or legal expenses
connected to your home? Your landlords
coverage is unlikely to cover any personal
liability you incur in a structural emergency or accident and certainly wont cover
you in case of theft. Its also important to
buy quality auto, home, health, and when
relevant to your circumstances, disability and life coverage. Insurance is about
preventing a range of financial setbacks.
3. Learn. While youre building your
emergency fund, become a voracious reader
and listener on financial topics. If you have

the time and resources, take classes on the


three major financial behaviors saving,
spending and investing. Consider working
with a qualified financial or tax expert to
determine if what youre learning is right
for your situation. Whether its a house,
a car, a continuation of your education
or a family, start linking this knowledge
with accomplishing actual financial goals.
4. Manage. Evaluate assets for growth
and income stocks, real estate and other
assets may fluctuate in value
over time, but if theyre producing dividends or income,
thats a worthy counterbalance
to market variations. Keep
studying various asset classes of investments so you can
build and adjust your portfolio as needed over time. Also,
dont forget to study the tax
ramifications of any investment you make taxes are
some of the most expensive
costs we pay. However you
choose to save, invest or spend, do so
with the least cost possible. In life, small
amounts add up investment fees, shipping
fees for goods you order online, even the
extra bag you pay to check at the airport.
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the small amounts that leave your wallet because they will add up over time.
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time major events happen in your life a new
job, marriage, a baby, the death of spouse or
partner financial circumstances change.
Always be ready to reevaluate your current
savings, spending and investing behavior
based on whats going on with your life.
One last item to consider when thinking
about financial independence is giving.
We still live in a country where many
people struggle to find good jobs, raise
families and afford homes. Realize that
there should be a part of your budget
that goes toward helping the less fortunate. GuideStar (http://www.guidestar.org),
Charity Navigator (http://www.charitynavigator.org/), the Better Business Bureau
(http://www.give.org) or the Foundation
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The Herald - 9

Arts & Entertainment


Good Vibrations
By Ed Clark

Across
1 Fully absorbed
5 Beehive, e.g.
9 Boxer Roberto
14 Exploitative type
15 ___ tide
16 Old Rodeo maker
17 Popular cuisine
18 Peace
19 French toast
20 People with metal
detectors
23 Actor Tom
25 WWII admiral
26 "___ Tunes"
27 Humble
29 Russian mountains
30 Ring sport
31 Cartesian
conclusion
34 Think tank, e.g.
38 Yearbook sect.
39 "Othello" fellow
40 Nonsensical
41 Shills for, e.g.
43 Bordeaux wine
44 Pitch to the noggin
47 "___ to go, people
to see"
48 Vacation area of
England
51 #2 Bill Withers hit
of 1972
52 Clapton of rock
53 Capri, for one
57 Excavation find
58 Long (for)
59 Intimate
60 Jet
61 Norton Sound port
62 Nuts (over)

The music that moves us ...

Simple Songs of Summer.


Lets go surfin now, Everybodys learning how,
Come on and safari with me,
Early in the morning well be startin out
Some honeys will be coming along,
Were loading up our woody,
With our boards inside,
And headin out singing our song
Surfin Safrai by The Beach Boys No.
14 1962. Somewhere around age 14 (1973)
I thought this was the coolest song Id ever
heard. A simple summer sound that just works.
SONGFACT:
Written
by
Wilson and lead
singer
Mike
Love, this was
the first recording to display
the distinctive
counterpoint
harmonies for
which the group
became famous.
The
recording was also
self-produced,
and taken to
Capitol complete
with its B-side
409
which
was a minor hit.
(songfacts.com)
Summer In
The City by The Lovin Spoonful No. 1,
1966
And babe, dont you know its a pity,
That the days cant be like the nights,
In the summer, in the city,
In the summer, in the city
SONGFACT: The song features a series

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of car horns during the instrumental bridge,


starting with a Volkswagen Beetle horn, and
ends up with a jackhammer sound, in order
to give the impression of the sounds of the
summer in the city. The song became a gold
record. It is ranked number 401 on Rolling
Stones list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All
Time. (Wikipedia) Good Stuff and again so
simple.
Walking On Sunshine by Katrina &
The Waves No. 9, 1985.
I used to think maybe you loved me now
baby Im sure,
And I just cant wait till the day when you
knock on my door,
Now every time I go for the mailbox, gotta
hold myself down,
Cause I just cant wait til you write me
youre coming around,
Im walking on sunshine (Wow!)
Im walking on sunshine (Wow!)
Im walking on sunshine (Wow!) And
dont it feel good
SONGFACT: This song about unadulterated joy has been used in a number of feature
films including: The Secret of My Success
(1987), Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie
(1997) and American Psycho (2000). Also,
Jack Blacks character in High Fidelity (2000)
plays this song on a cassette tape. A cover
by the duo Aly & AJ was used in the 2005
Disney motion picture Herbie: Fully Loaded.
(songfacts.com)
One of the beauties of pop music is its not
always the great ones that make the great
songs. Hope your ears bump into some of
your favorite songs this summer. Sometimes a
simple song is sweetest and sometimes its as
simple as that.
Good Vibrations.
(songfacts.com,
rollingstone.com,
Wikipedia)

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10 In a convenient way
11 Wears the crown
12 Sky-blue
13 Cracked
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23 Hue
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26 Pool exercise
27 Breathing organs
28 Novel of the South
Seas
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31 Challenge opener
32 Dancer De Mille
33 Convene
35 Food Network's
Guy
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37 Putting into effect

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Saw
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Stand for something
Kipling's wolf pack
leader
Rainbow maker
Wrapped (up)
Nirvana, e.g.
Expanse
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Classifieds
100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
105 Announcements
110 Card Of Thanks
115 Entertainment
120 In Memoriam
125 Lost And Found
130 Prayers
135 School/Instructions
140 Happy Ads
145 Ride Share
200 EMPLOYMENT
205 Business Opportunities
210 Childcare
215 Domestic
220 Elderly Home Care
225 Employment Services
230 Farm And Agriculture
235 General

235 HELP WANTED


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:
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Tile Company,
8516 Road 137,
Paulding, OH.
Located 4 miles east of
US 127 on SR 613
FULL TIME
Office Help Wanted
Immediately. Duties
include- answering
phones, filing and
general office work.
Knowledge of basic
computer skills
necessary.
DO NOT
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or commit to full time
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apply in person to
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or call
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GENERAL
MAINTENANCE
and basic mechanic
wanted. P/T, weekend or
evening work available.
Must be reliable and
dependable. Apply in
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or call 419-789-0292.

240 HEALTHCARE

Events
Coordinator
Part-time in Delphos.
Positive, local individual to coordinate fundraising events; assist
w/marketing and volunteer programs for
nonprofit home health
& hospice agency. Submit resume or apply
online by Jul. 15 to:

Community Health
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Attn: Brent Tow
1159 Westwood Dr.
Van Wert, OH 45891
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Home
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Training provided.
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240 Healthcare
245 Manufacturing/Trade
250 Office/Clerical
255 Professional
260 Restaurant
265 Retail
270 Sales and Marketing
275 Situation Wanted
280 Transportation

345 Vacations
350 Wanted To Rent
355 Farmhouses For Rent
360 Roommates Wanted

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400 REAL ESTATE/FOR SALE


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

300 REAL ESTATE/RENTAL


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

320

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SEVERAL MOBILE
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View homes online at
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inquire at 419-692-3951
GARAGE SALES/
555
YARD SALES
615/630 N. Moening St.
7/7 8:30am-6:00pm
7/8 8:30am-1:00pm
TV Stand, Books, Bedding, kitchenware, girls
3T clothes, women's,
men's, maternity, miscellaneous.
GARAGE SALES/
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BUILDING SALE 9a.m.5p.m. Thursday 7/7, Friday 7/8, and Saturday
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Rd. 3 family sale
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CHRISTMAS IN July!
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Saturday 8am-Noon
1114 Rozelle Ave.

577

MISCELLANEOUS

LAMP REPAIR, table or


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585 PRODUCE

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STORAGE
597
BUILDINGS

601 SERVICES

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601 SERVICES

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500 MERCHANDISE
505 Antiques and Collectibles
510 Appliances
515 Auctions

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TEMANS
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SERVICE

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Bill Teman 419-302-2981


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419-695-0015

520 Building Materials


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

Mueller
Tree
Service

Tree Trimming,
Pruning, Topping
Tree & Brush Removal
419-203-8202

bjpmueller@gmail.com
Fully insured
930 LEGALS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING ON TAX
BUDGET Two copies of
the Tax Budget as tentatively adopted for the
Township of Washington in Van Wert County,
Ohio, are on file in the
office of the Fiscal Officer of said Washington
Township. These are for
public inspection; and a
Public Hearing on said
Budget will be held at
th e To wn s h i p Office
22693 Lincoln Hwy,
Delphos, in said Township, on Monday, the
18th day of July, 2016,
at 7:30 o'clock p.m.
James M. Mox
Clerk
7/6/16

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592 Want To Buy


593 Good Thing To Eat
595 Hay
597 Storage Buildings
600 SERVICES
605 Auction
610 Automotive
615 Business Services
620 Childcare
625 Construction
630 Entertainment
635 Farm Services
640 Financial
645 Hauling
650 Health/Beauty
655 Home Repair/Remodeling
660 Home Service
665 Lawn, Garden, Landscaping

670 Miscellaneous
675 Pet Care
680 Snow Removal
685 Travel
690 Computer/Electric/Office
695 Electrical
700 Painting
705 Plumbing
710 Roofing/Gutters/Siding
715 Blacktop/Cement
720 Handyman
725 Elder Care
800 TRANSPORTATION
805 Auto
810 Auto Parts and Accessories
815 Automobile Loans
820 Automobile Shows/Events
825 Aviations

Van Wert Area Inpatient Hospice Center


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830 Boats/Motors/Equipment
835 Campers/Motor Homes
840 Classic Cars
845 Commercial
850 Motorcycles/Mopeds
855 Off-Road Vehicles
860 Recreational Vehicles
865 Rental and Leasing
870 Snowmobiles
875 Storage
880 SUVs
885 Trailers
890 Trucks
895 Vans/Minivans
899 Want To Buy
925 Legal Notices
950 Seasonal
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The ordinance will be up for


third reading at the July 18 meeting.
Delphos Police and Fire and
EMS departments will hold a
National Night Out from 7-10 p.m.
on Aug. 16.
The event is a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods
safer, better places to live. Police,
fire and EMS personnel will be on
hand for demonstrations, to answer
questions and connect with the
community.
Council approved the departments requests for the use of
Stadium Park and the Delphos
Municipal Swimming Pool for the
event.
In the city officials report,
Safety Service Director Shane
Coleman congratulated all involved

Fourth

in this past weekends past Fourth


of July celebration.
What a great event, Coleman
began. Good job to everyone who
helped with that. It was just outstanding.
Coleman also announced his
was still working on a United
States Department of Agriculture
Economic Development Loan
through the Paulding-Putnam
Electric Cooperative for repairs to
to East Fifth Street from the U.S.
30 exchange to Elida Road.
This is a zero-percent interest
loan and that stretch of road really
needs some attention, he sad. I
will keep council in the loop on
that project.
A renewal for the citys 4.05mill, 5-year property tax levy on
the Nov. 8 ballot was passed on
third reading Tuesday. The renewal has been certified by the Allen
County Auditor to raise $160,320
per year.
Three other pieces of legisla-

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The day started bright and early with little


anglers lining the banks of the Miami-Erie
Canal at 8 a.m. for the annual Optimist Fishing
Derby. More than 40 fish and three turtles
made their way to the weigh-in table during the
three-hour event.
Pulling in the biggest fish for the grand prize
of bicycles donated by the Walterick-Hemme
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3035 were Kyra
Foust with an 18 1/2-inch long carp weighing
2 pounds, nine ounces; and Bentley Duer with
a 20 1/4-inch long catfish weighing 3 pounds,
2 ounces.
Post Commander Shannon Wagner and
Junior Vice Commander Drew Munshower
presented the bicycles.
Jaxon Buzard won Smallest Fish at 4 1/2
inches long for $10; and Matthew Kriegel
caught the most fish for $10.
Nearly 100 children participated in the
derby and all who caught fish received a prize
and turtles were worth $2.
Optimist Bingo drew its regular crowd with
bigger payouts and rarely an empty seat.
Niedeckens Carry Out, Hickory Pit BBQ,
Jacks Pizza, The Topp Chalet and The Fort
faced off for the title of Best-Tasting Pizza.
After the crowd of more than 100 got a taste of
all five, they gave the Peoples Choice award
to Jacks Pizza. Owners Ruth Liebrecht and
Ron Baldauf accepted the traveling trophy, a
pizza paddle.
On Sunday evening, the annual Duck
Races drew a record crowd and the Beyond

tion were also approved on third


reading, including an ordinance
for the 2017 Budget with revenue estimated at $3, 119,000 and
spending at $4,176,000; an ordinance authorized the safety service
director to enter into an agreement
with Allen County Engineers for
the tar and chipping of various
streets within the city limits and in
Allen County for $7,200; and an
ordinance authorized Jettinghoff to
issue payment of $79,226 to Stolly
Insurance for the citys property,
general liability and fleet insurance
for the 2016-17 year.
Coleman said he also sought
bids from private contractors for tar
and chip projects in the Van Wert
County portion of the Delphos.
Council asked that Coleman do
a comparison per square yard for
what Allen County is charging to
do the work and what the bid from
the private contractor equated to.
Coleman noted that the figures
would be very close as it is a very

TAURUS
Apr 21/May 21
Theres not much you can
do to change a current situation, Taurus. Step away for
a bit and let the pieces fall
where they may. Then you
can develop a strategy.
GEMINI
May 22/Jun 21
You have a new goal this
week, Gemini, but others
are not as receptive to your
ideas as you hoped they
would be. You may need to
fine tune things. Be persistent.
CANCER
Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, resolve to make the
most of this week even if
it seems difficult to do so.
Seek support from friends
or family members willing
to lend an ear or a helping
hand.

1999 model.
We want to replace that before
we start having problems like it
breaking down while were on a
run, Fire Chief Kevin Streets said.
Theres a 9-month to a year wait
on emergency vehicles.
The cost of a new ambulance is
nearly $200,000, which includes
all lights, signage and other standard equipment.
Streets will research the cost
of leasing versus purchasing and
if makes and models make a difference. Fortener said he will call
another committee meeting once
that information is gathered.
Streets had applied for a grant to
help cover the cost of the upcoming purchase but had not received
the funds.
Most of the grants when the
Big Cs Columbus, Cincinnati,
Cleveland, he said. Well keep
applying.
The next council meeting will
begin at 7 p.m. July 18.

Expectations Baseball Tournament showed


spectators you dont have to be an athlete to
be a winner. Regional favorite Nashville Crush
took the stage for the nights entertainment,
drawing their usual tent-busting crowd.
On Monday, the Boys of Summer took to
the diamonds for a day of tournaments; the
Firecracker Bike Ride was won by Bill Kramer
and Lori Baldauf and the scent of the Kiwanis
Famous BBQ Chicken filled the park.
The Mighty Crabs volleyball team of Kalida
took their fourth straight win the volleyball
tournament. There were four teams overall.
Corn hole drew teams from as far as
Michigan.
We are seeing teams from all over for corn
hold, Kiwanis member Scott Wiltsie said.
A sold-out crowd dobbed bingo cards for
the much-anticipated Basket Bingo with more
than $4,000 in prizes and in the evening, Your
Generation brought six decades of British and
American pop to the stage with young and old
filling the dance floor.
The event concluded with the annual Kiwanis Fireworks Show, which by the
crowds reaction and Facebook posts, was the
best in the area.
I made sure I took time to go out in the
crowd and watch the fireworks, Metzger said.
Its what everyone waited for all weekend and
if what they said was any indication, we had a
great show.
All proceeds from this years event go to the
new splash pad that will be installed to the west
of the Delphos Municipal Swimming Pool.

HOROSCOPES

ARIES
Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, there is much you
want others to know about
you this week, but youre
not ready to share all of the
details just yet. Continue to
bide your time, sharing only
when it feels right.

competitive business.
Council heard on first reading an
ordinance authorizing Coleman to
enter into an agreement with Allen
County Engineers for the paint
striping of various streets. Included
in the project are: Main Street from
Clime Street to Pohlman Road;
Franklin Street from Suthoff Street
to the railroad tracks; Elida Road
from Fifth Street to the corporation line; State Street from North
Street to Jennings Creek; Fifth
Street from Elida Road to Menke
Street; and Pierce Street from the
railroad tracks to Second Street.
The cost of the service is estimated
at $3,375 and will be appropriated
from the Maintenance Fund and
State Highway Fund.
The Safety Services Committee
headed by Councilman Jim
Fortener met prior to council to
begin gathering information on the
cost of a new ambulance for the
Fire and Rescue Department.
The ambulance to be retired is a

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LEO
Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, take a few moments
to recharge this week. You
have been going at a breakneck pace for too long, and
now its time to slow things
down. Use some vacation
time if you can.
VIRGO
Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, others are routinely
drawn to your unique personality. Make the most of
others warm reception and
do your best to return the
favor whenever you can.
LIBRA
Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, if you want to get
things accomplished this
week, you may have to do
them yourself. Going it
alone may require a lot of
work, but you are up to the
challenge.
SCORPIO
Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, your magnetism
can draw others to you like
a moth to a flame, and that
has helped you establish
lasting friendships and
build strong relationships.

Cherish your good fortune.


SAGITTARIUS
Nov 23/Dec 21
Sagittarius, your super
sense of humor is on full
display this week, when
you have an opportunity to
be the life of a party. Spend
as much time in the limelight as you can.
CAPRICORN
Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, so much is going
on that the week seems like
it may stretch on forever.
Just take things one day at
a time and enjoy your full
schedule while it lasts.
AQUARIUS
Jan 21/Feb 18
Take some time for yourself
this week, Aquarius. You
have earned a little R&R,
and now is the perfect time
to prioritize some fun and
excitement.
PISCES
Feb 19/Mar 20
Pisces, channel your creative energy into a special
project. Invite others to join
in the project and let things
go where your creativity
takes you.

Trivia

Answers last Saturdays questions:


In the 1985 movie The Breakfast Club, Claire was sent to detention for skipping class to go shopping.
Winning athletes at the 1900 Olympics in Paris received paintings instead of gold medals. At the time, they were considered more
valuable than medals.
Todays questions:
How many different flavored loops are in a box of Froot Loops
cereal?
Who was the Navys first female four-star admiral?
Answers in Saturdays Herald.
Todays joke:
The coach called one of his 9-year-old baseball players aside
and asked, Do you understand what co-operation is? What a team
is?
Yes, coach, replied the boy.
Do you understand that what matters is we win or lose as a
team?
The boy nodded in agreement. The coach continued, Im sure
you know, when an out is called, you shouldnt argue, curse, attack
the umpire or call him insulting names. Do you understand all that?
Again, the boy nodded yes. The coach continued, And when I
take you out of the game so that another boy gets a chance to play,
its not good sportsmanship to call your coach dumb, or stupid or
worse, is it?
No, coach.
Good, said the coach. Now go over there and explain all that
to your Grandmother.

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