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50¢ daily Saturday, September 11, 2010 Delphos, Ohio

Early sign-up
11 to vie for Canal Days crown
still available annual Canal Days
Queen Pageant begins
for Canal Days at 7 p.m. Sunday at
5K run
the Delphos Jefferson
Middle School.
Tickets are $5 and
Early registration for available from contestants
the 2010 Delphos Canal or at the door. Also, 50/50
Days 5K run at 10 a.m. raffle tickets are available
Sept. 19 is still available. from contestants.
Forms can be picked up The 2010 Canal
at the Peak 24hr Fitness, Days Queen contestants
Delphos Chamber of include Korey Boggs,
Commerce or by contact- Ashley Truesdale, Serena
ing Michelle Schafer Lorencovic, Lauren
at 419-236-0672. Shobe, Corinne Metzger,
Cassie Schimmoeller,
Veterans council Alecia Menke, Elizabeth
to remove, Thompson, Rachael
Fisher, Destiny Thompson
dispose of flags and Alicia Ankerman.

Korey Boggs will be

The Delphos Veterans escorted by her faither,
Council will remove Scot Boggs. Her mother is
flags from area cem- Michelle Boggs.
eteries at 9 a.m. Sept. 18, She is a senior at
with a rain date of the Jefferson High School.
following Saturday. She enjoys being active
Veterans wishing to
help, please meet in the in her school and commu-
VFW Post 3035 park- nity. She has been a var-
ing lot at 9 a.m. sity football cheerleader
The flags will then for four years, where she
be disposed of in a cer- earned her varsity D. She
emony at 7 p.m. Sept. 20 is also a member of the Photo by Visual Image Photography

at the American Legion track team.

The 2010 Canal Days Queen contestants include, front from left, Alecia Menke, Serena Lorencovic, Korey Boggs,
Hall on State Street, She has also been Cassie Schimmoeller and Rachael Fisher; and back, Ashley Truesdale, Destiny Thompson, Alicia Ankerman, Elizabeth
weather permitting. involved with FCCLA, Thompson, Corinne Metzger and Lauren Shobe.
Anyone wishing to dis- SADD, National Honor
pose of a worn flag may Society and marching and ing Cleveland Cavalier and keeps busy both in in Delphos. Greenhand Degree.
drop it off at the VFW, concert band. Boggs has halftime shows, the school and out. She is She is also very active She was also recent-
213 W. 4th St., or the served on student council Nutcracker, Cleveland currently a football cheer- in her church youth group ly on the Silver Medal
American Legion Post and was the vice president Gladiators, Harlem leader and plans on join- and enjoys attending meet- Parliamentary Procedure
268, at 415 N. State. of her junior class, was Globetrotters and the ONU ing the Wildcat softball ings and church camp. team at the FCCLA state
The public is invited to on the homecoming court Holiday Spectacular. team later this spring. convention.
attend the Flag Disposal and prom committee. She Boggs is employed as She also enjoys music Serena Lorencovic She is active in foot-
Ceremony and may bring has also been involved a lifeguard at the Delphos and is a member of both will be escorted by Nikoli ball and basketball cheer-
worn flags to the ceremony with “Cat Scratch Fever,” Municipal Swimming the choir and band, is in Lorencovic. She is the leading and plays on the
for disposal as well. Jefferson’s weekly radio Pool. the color guard and plays daughter of Vaclav and Wildcat softball team.
program. trumpet. Truesdale has also Brenda Lorencovic. Lorencovic was also in
Families Take She also enjoys dance. Ashley Truesdale will gone to solo and ensem- The Jefferson High Jefferson’s 2010 play
Action to host She has danced at the be escorted by her father, ble contest. She is also a School sophomore is “A Night at the Wax
Dancer by Gina for 15 Mike Truesdale. She is member of the FCCLA very active in her school Museum” and takes dance
levy event years, where she has
assisted for two years and
also the daughter of Sue
and spends a lot of time
taking dance, baton and
and community. She is a
member of 4-H, SADD,
classes at the
by Gina. She
The Families Take has performed for sever- She is a freshman at competition cheerleading FCCLA and FFA, where
Action political action com- al major events, includ- Jefferson High School at Hearts In Motion studio she currently holds her See PAGEANT page 5
mittee will host an event to
raise awareness of the need
for the Delphos community
to support the November
school income tax issue at
6:30 p.m. on Tuesday at
Jefferson Middle School.
Any and all com-
munity members are
welcome to attend.

More showers,
storms pos-
sible tonight;
low in upper
50s. Sunny
Stacy Taff photo
Sunday with The Delphos Senior Citizens Center held an open house and dedication for its new
high in mid 70s.
garage Friday afternoon. Board President Rick Miller, right, welcomes a small crowd to
Season Savings
the dedication.

Obituaries 2 Senior citizen center dedicates garage

State/Local 3
Politics 4 BY STACY TAFF Miller welcomed a small 10-year plan when I took over
Mike Ford photo
Community 5 crowd to the dedication. here and it’s been over 20
Kid’s Page
“A number of years ago
we talked about the need for a
years now,” she said. “I used
to feel so bad when I looked Jennings hosts grandparents
Fair results 9-10 Delphos Senior Citizens facility like this but obviously out the window and saw our Fort Jennings Elementary School first-grade stu-
Classifieds 11 Center held an open house it was going to take a lot of drivers scraping ice off the dent Andrew Bowers made sure to wear his Ohio
TV 12 and dedication for its new money, so it took some time,” windows of our vans. Now State Buckeyes jersey to school Friday for the annual
garage Friday afternoon — a he said. they won’t have to. I want to Grandparents Day. His grandfather, Rex Spencer, vis-
project that has been a long Center Director Joyce Hale thank everyone who helped ited him in his classroom, met his teacher, toured the
time coming. thanked everyone involved. get this built. It wouldn’t have building and more.
Board President Rick “This was in my first been possible without them.”

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Summer is nearly over and fall is fast Sundays and Holidays. ised an honest alternative in the
approaching. The end of one season, the do. It’s hard to stop and change direction to signs and march, some for and was padlocked Friday, closed By carrier in Delphos and November election for a new
incorporate things that make us a better per- some against a planned mosque until Sunday. Police guarded
beginning of another. the block, and worshippers
area towns, or by rural motor county government.
son. We are a busy society as a whole. Few two blocks from ground zero. route where available $2.09 per
I was saddened by the news of my aunt’s were redirected to a different “Our party has moved “NOT YOUR AVERAGE TOBACCO SHOP”
people in other countries fill their lives with This 9/11 is more political

passing on Friday. She had been living in week. By mail in Allen, Van beyond this scandal and will
as much silly and meaningless activities as and contentious than the eight prayer room 10 blocks away. Wert, or Putnam County, $105
Illinois with her daughter and had not felt well we do. before it, with grieving family More than 2,000 supporters not engage, tolerate nor defend
for quite some time. per year. Outside these counties the wrongful and selfish actions
There were plenty of times I could have members on opposite sides of of the project, waving candles $119 per year.
I remember Saturday evenings at their stopped in just to say hello and let her know I the mosque battle. and American flags, held a of a few office holders and their
Entered in the post office
house when I was quite a bit younger. The subordinates who have dis-
adults would play cards and we kids would
amuse ourselves with games, TV and other
was thinking of her. Shame on me again.
I was walking Sweet Sadie Eleanor Louise
Friday evening and thinking about my aunt
The debate became so
heated that President Barack
Obama felt the need to remind
vigil near the proposed Islamic
center’s site Friday evening
instead of today, saying they
in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
Periodicals, postage paid at,
graced themselves and violated
their public trust to all of us,”
pastimes. I was a nerd and often brought along and her family as my feet crunched on a light Americans: “We are not at war wanted to avoid entangling the No mail subscriptions will county Democratic chairman GIVE AWAYS 327 N. Main St. HOOKAH
a book or some other totally uncool activity. sprinkling of leaves. against Islam.” mosque controversy and the be accepted in towns or villages Stuart Garson said. TRIVIA Delphos, Ohio 45833 TASTINGS
One of my other cousins and I were the Fall is my favorite time of year and now it It was uncertain Friday Sept. 11 observance. where The Daily Herald paper Garson said the $1 mil- According to Lawrence W. Adam large water wheel was powered by water QUESTIONS AND
youngest by far and were often left to our own will be a reminder of my aunt, as well. whether hushed tones would Organizers “believe that carriers or motor routes provide lion bribery case against (information submitted in 1964) this stool, which came from the Miami-Erie Canal
(419) 302-5136 RENTALS
devices, deemed too young to play with the I love the turn of the leaves. We are lucky replace the harsh rhetoric that tomorrow is a day for mourn- daily home delivery for $2.09 county Auditor Frank Russo, below, was built to sit on while milking via a mill race dug for that purpose. Much * May Cause Serious Risk to Your Health *

older ones — by the older ones, of course. threatened to overshadow the ing and remembrance,” said per week. a Democrat, wasn’t surprising
As we all grew up, we spent less time
to live in one of those parts of the world where
Nature has one last fling before settling down commemoration of the terror- Jennifer Carnig, a spokeswom- 405 North Main St. after a two-year probe. He called
cows in the dairy of the Brook Valley farm,
near Delphos, in 1920. Milk stools had to
grain was hauled from this old mill, by
canal boats going to Toledo and Cincinnati,
together and as time passed, I’m sorry to say,
I was not a very dedicated niece. There were
into winter’s long nights. The days are shorter ist attacks that killed nearly an for the New York Civil
Liberties Union, one of the
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Russo’s resignation Thursday a
“welcome relief.”
be low and sturdy and this one certainly giving farmers an outlet for their sur- SEPTEMBER 17 & 18
already and quite a few of the last mornings, 3,000 people in New York, meets that requirement. What makes this plus crops. Unfortunately, the end of the
months that would pass that I didn’t see her. Washington and Shanksville, vigil’s sponsors. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. The charges against Russo
the temperatures have been a little crisp. particular stool unique is that the wood canal also meant the end of its convenient
Pa. For Jones, pastor of a POSTMASTER: Send address
Shame on me. Perfect one might think to start the magical leave county Commissioner used is from the Delphos Mills grist mill, transportation, and the mill was razed in
50-member Pentecostal church changes
I promised myself and a few others after transformation in the leaves that give us that The son of an anti-Muslim Jimmy Dimora, a former above. White pine planks 2” x 10” or 2” by 1919-1920.
my father died that I would not let the oppor- glorious palette of colors. pastor in Florida confirmed in Florida, it was to be a day to Democratic chairman, as the top 12” were used for making grain and flour The Museum is teeming with old equip-
405 N. Main St.
tunity to stay close to people I care about fall It’s also an end to the summer, a passing that his father would not — at burn the Quran. He backed off Delphos, Ohio 45833 target still under investigation by troughs. They had to be very smooth and ment and pictures of what farming was
by the wayside. I failed. of sorts. least for now — burn cop- that threat after drawing angry the FBI. He hasn’t been charged there could not be any knots in the wood. like in the “Good Old Days.” We are now
One of my favorite Reality TV stars once Now when I can see my breath in the eve- ies of the Quran, a plan that protests across the Muslim and denies wrongdoing. Material from one of these planks was used open every Sunday from 1-3 p.m. and will
said we should all be growing and trying to nings and the leaves are crunching under my inflamed much of the Muslim world, a call from the secretary The statement from Garson,
to make this milking stool. be open Friday night, all day Saturday, and
be better people. It sounds like such a simple feet, I will feel closer to my aunt. world and drew a stern rebuke of defense and impassioned who has called for Dimora’s Delphos Mills, built prior to the Civil Sunday afternoon during Canal Days.
thing; trying to be a better person. Rest in peace. from Obama. But Terry Jones pleas to call it off from reli- resignation, said he wasn’t avail- War, was located on the west bank of the Stop in and share a little bit of history
got on a plane and was headed gious and political leaders and The Delphos Herald wants able for further comment during
his own daughter. canal between 3rd and 4th Streets and its with us.
to New York on Friday night, to correct published errors in the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
said an associate, K.A. Paul. “There will be no Quran
ODOT REPORT Jones has said he wants to meet
with the imam behind the pro-
burning tomorrow,” Jones’
29-year old son, Luke Jones,
its news, sports and feature
articles. To inform the news-
The following is the week- after 7 p.m. each night and the work zone. told reporters outside his room of a mistake in published
posed mosque.
ly report concerning con- ending by 10 a.m. Monday ohio 189 over the ottawa Activists in New York father’s Gainesville church information, call the editorial
struction and maintenance through Friday. The proj- river between County insisted their intentions were Friday. He added that he could department at 419-695-0015.
work on state highways ect will continue until late road 18-5 and County peaceful. not predict what might happen Corrections will be published
within the ODOT District 1 October. road 18-r, rimer – Route “It’s a rally of remem- in the future. on this page.
Answers to Friday’s questions:
which includes the counties interstate 75 northbound is now open. Walter Scott of Providence, R.I., introduce the diner in a converted
of Allen, Putnam and Van at ohio 81 – Pavement repair
Wert. (All work will take
place during daytime hours
will reduce traffic to one
lane through the work zone
Van Wert County
ohio 81 east of U.s. 127
FUNERAL horse-drawn freight wagon in 1872.
Henry Ford, in a bid to show the commercial potential of the
strAYer, Mary Lou, soybean, appeared at a convention in 1939 outfitted in clothes made
Monday through Friday Tuesday and Wednesday of – Roadside work may affect entirely from that very versatile vegetable. His shoes were the only part
only, unless otherwise indi- the week. traffic at times through the 83, of Delphos, Mass of
Christian Burial will begin of his wardrobe not made from soybeans.
cated). ohio 81 eastbound from work zone. Delphos City Schools wich, cheese slice, green beans,
at 11 a.m. today at St. John Today’s questions:
Allen County roush road to Marimor ohio 118 (shannon Week of Sept. 13-17 fruit.
the Baptist Catholic Church What did the Jacuzzi brothers manufacture when they first opened
interstate 75 from industries – Pavement repair street) from ervin street to Monday: Mini corn dogs,
in Landeck, the Rev. Jacob bread and butter, mixed veg- Ottoville up shop in 1915 — long before their grandchildren gave the bathtub
the Auglaize County line will reduce traffic to one lane Main street – Reconstruction,
Gordon officiating. Burial etables, mandarin oranges, low- Week of Sept. 13-17 business a whirl?
to ohio 103 in Hancock through the work zone. widening and water line and
will follow in Hartford fat milk. Monday: Pizza, chips, green Woolworth’s 5-and-10-cent store chain was founded in 1879. For
County – Installation of interstate 75 from sanitary installation project Tuesday: Nachos w/cheese beans, pineapple, milk.
Cemetery near Spencerville. how long did 10 cents remain its top price?
cable rail will begin the week Beaverdam to ohio 235 – will begin in mid-Septem- and meatsauce, breadsticks, Tuesday: Taco w/cheese,
Friends may call from 9:15- Answers in Monday’s Herald.
of September 20. All lanes Paving is essentially com- ber. Traffic is expected to be corn, mixed fruit, lowfat milk. lettuce, tomato, corn, peaches,
will be open during the day plete with minor finish work maintained through the work 10:30 a.m. today at Thomas Wednesday: Pizza bobz, milk.
E. Bayliff Funeral Home in green beans, diced pears, lowfat Wednesday: Pork patty, tri

but nighttime lane closures remaining. Berm work will zone throughout the majority

Spencerville. Memorial con- milk. tator, omelet, French toast stix,

will be necessary beginning continue until the end of the of the project. The project

Thursday: Popcorn chicken, applesauce, milk.

month. will continue until October tributions are to St. John the

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bread and butter, broccoli w/ Thursday: Salisbury steak,

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cheese, applesauce, lowfat milk. mashed potatoes and gravy, but-
Putnam County U.s. 127 from the DiCKMAn, Helen Clare,
94, of Delphos, Mass of
Friday: Spaghetti w/meat
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Christian Burial will begin at salad, sherbet, lowfat milk. green beans, pudding, milk.

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30 to ohio 189, and ohio is expected to resume this Evangelist Catholic Church, Week of Sept. 13-17 Week of Sept. 13-17
694 from ohio 114 to ohio week. the Rev. Jacob Gordon offi- Monday: Cheddarwurst Monday: Fajitas/tortilla, broc-
Protect the Public Prevent Disease
115 – Pavement repair and old U.s. 30 over U.s. 30, ciating. Burial will follow in sandwich or shredded beef coli, rice, grapes, milk.

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St. John’s Cemetery. Friends sandwich, cheese potatoes, Tuesday: Cheese pizza,
You don’t have to resurfacing project will begin Middle Point – Bridge paint- salad, grapes, milk. green beans, mandarin orang-

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leave your vehicle! during the week with traffic ing is underway and reduc- Tuesday: Beef stew/roll or es.

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zone. the bridge and on U.S. 30 Funeral Home, where a parish sherbet, milk. cheese, chicken leg, mixed veg-

2nd Annual DRIVE THRU ohio 696 from the Allen below the bridge to one lane wake will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Coney dog/ etables, fruit juice bar, milk.
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Tuesday: Nachos w/cheese
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Screenings and Exhibits for Diabetes, Balance, Osteoporosis,

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4 — The Herald Saturday, September 11, 2010

Saturday, September 11, 2010 The Herald – 5

“This will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.” COMMUNITY
— Elmer Davis, American news commentator (1890-1958)
(Continued from page 1)

Schimmoeller is also a mem- summer, she assists with the
ber of the CRESPI Society, DARE program. Fisher has

being around people, espe- Student Council, Republican also helped at the Red Cross
cially her family, and learning Club, Future Teachers of blood drive and is employed

on a
new things. She has been in the America, serves as a Junior as a part-time bread vendor for
amateur talent show and been Optimist and as a volunteer Wal-Mart. Being the youngest
in multiple model showcases. for the D.A.R.E. program and of three siblings, she likes to
Lorencovic wants to have a also took part in the March for spend her spare time with her Fischer Plumbing & Heating

career either in criminal justice Life in Washington, D.C. She friends and family, they are
or as a magazine editor. volunteers as a second-, third-, very important to her. She also Delphos’ Oldest Mechanical Contractor
Lauren Shobe will be and fourth-grade summer soft- likes to spend time golfing. with Quality Solutions Since 1957

That Delphos Welcome Sign escorted by Gavin Shobe. She ball coach and is a greeter Destiny Thompson will be
Add An ImportAn
is the daughter of Mike and and lector at her local church. escorted by Trevor Thompson
Jill Shobe and is a senior at Schimmoeller is employed at . The Jefferson High School
by HELEN St. Johns High School. She The Creamery. sophomore is also the daugh-
Charles Mandery was born

Following their marriage, Mandery’s most unusu-

is involved in many activities
in school as well as volunteer
work. She is a cheerleader
for the Blue Jay varsity bas-
Alecia Menke will be
escorted by Ed Luersman. She
is the daughter of Todd and
Armella Menke and is a junior
ter of Angie Thompson. She is
involved with many activities
in her school and community.
Thompson is a member of
Your BAck-to-sc
Daily, Weekly & Monthly Rates Available
For more information contact:
207 N. State St.,Delphos, Ohio 45833 419-692-8901
at Ottoville on 7 June 1853. Mrs. Mandery became the al accident occurred when TODAY ketball team and is also on at Jefferson High School. both the basketball and foot- Ohio. Lic.# 45757

The Miami-Erie Canal had cook. The Manderys’ home his boat sprang a leak near 8:30-11:30 a.m. — St. the competition cheer squad. She a football and basketball ball cheerleading squads and For parents, back-to-school season mea
opened just eight years ear- was in the stern. The help Toledo. However, the leak John’s High School recycle, Lauren is also a member of cheerleader and is in tumbling the fastpitch softball team. Member SIPC
Member SIPC

lier in 1845, passing through slept in the fore part of the got plugged by a catfish. 600 block of East Second SADD and the Crespi Society. at All-Star Gymnastics. She is She has also been a member on school supplies. But it can also be a
She enjoys giving her time to also a member of the Jefferson of the choir and show choir
Delphos and Ottoville. As a boat and stables were in the They started pumping the Street. AddAdd
about An ImportAnt
howAn ImportAnt
to save for your Item Item
child’sto future
Wholesale in- organizations like the Habitat choir and show choir and has for two years and serves as


boy, Mandery had a lot of center. water out with their hand 9 a.m. - noon — Interfaith for Humanity, RCIA babysit- been involved with the school secretary. She also plays the
ventories rise 1.3
fun, playing on the canal. At
the age of 16, he took a job
After some years spent
in transportation of lum-
pumps, when the water
quickly stopped coming in.
Thrift Store is open for shop-
ting, area soup kitchens and musical for two years. In addi- clarinet in the Jefferson band. Your BAck-to-school
Your lIst.
BAck-to-school lIst.
Developing a strategy for achieving your
being a church greeter. Shobe tion to her athletic and musical She is on the A Honor Roll
percent in July
as a hired hand on the canal ber, Captain Mandery had About 200 bushel of grain St. Vincent DePaul Society, is also a member of the local talents, Menke is also enrolled and received the top history For parents, back-to-school
For parents, season season
back-to-school means means
it’s timeit’s
to time
stock up
One Year Ago boats. As time went by he his boat made over to carry was spoiled during this epi- located at the east edge of the –onor other savings goals –good
can help
to think you
• The Jefferson High School class of 1964 held its 45th 4-H club where she holds the in several advanced placement student award for her fresh- school
on supplies. But it can
school supplies. Butalso be also
it can a good
be atime to time

By MARTIN practically lived on the canal wheat, having a capacity of sode. At Toledo, Mandery St. John’s High School park- office of vice-president and courses and is on the honor roll men class last year. She has about how to how
about save to
your future
future education.
class reunion at the Delphos Country Club on June 27. until the waterway went out 2,500 bushels. There were had his boat placed in dry ing lot, is open. The facil- most recently won Reserve and currently holds a 3.9 GPA. served as a class officer and is
Those attending included Kathy (Lucas) Seffernick, Nancy CRUTSINGER Developing a strategy
Developing for achieving
a strategy your education
for achieving savingssavings
your education goal goal
The Associated Press of use. This covered a span some trips on which he car- dock. An investigation ity can also be opened by Grand Champion with her She is also a member of St. a member of FCA and SADD.
(Buzzard) Flanagan, Jim Feathers, Paula (Stetler) Kill, of 35 years. ried both grain and lumber. showed a hole in the side, appointment by calling John market hog. She also spends John The Evangelist Catholic Thompson is also a member To learn more about your education savin
– or other
– orsavings goals – goals
other savings can help you
– can stayyou
help on stay
on track.

Eileen (Brinkman) Jackson, Carol (Miller) Kortokrax, Kathy Upon reaching manhood, Trentman at 419-692-7185. her time being employed as Church and has attended sev- of her youth group at Shawnee
WASHINGTON — He also made trips to Toledo with a catfish sucked in till
(Kissel) Bellis, Carol (Adam) Baumgartner, Frank Sanders, Inventories held by whole- Cloverdale recycle at vil- a baby sitter. Shobe was also eral youth conferences and is Christian and Missionary
To learnTomore
moreyour education
about savings savings
your education options,options,
call today.
call today.
Mandery became captain of and sometimes their cargo the thicker portion of the
Sue (Rose) Keller, Gordon Vogt, Kenny Jackson, Charles salers surged in July by the once a Little Princesses for the a member of the Immaculate Alliance Church.
Plikerd, Jeff Copeland and Earl Alspach. largest amount in two years
the Empire. He also owned
other canal boats. Depending
was whiskey.
On the first trip Mandery
fish became wedged in the
lage park.
12:15 p.m. — Testing of Canal Days Pageant. Conception Youth Group in Alicia Ankerman will be
Andy North Andy North
Andy North
while sales rebounded after warning sirens by Delphos Corinne Metzger will be Ottoville. She also volunteers escorted by Nathan Ankerman. Financial Advisor
on which historical account made with grain, the boat In those days the canal
. .

25 Years Ago — 1985 two straight declines. Fire and Rescue escorted by Tyler Metzger. as a cheerleading advisor for The St. John’s High School 1122 Elida
Elida Avenue

• The St. John’ boys cross country team soundly defeated you read, his second boat sank near Napoleon. It was averaged a width of 60 to 70 The daughter of Teresa the Upward program. Her senior is also the daughter
OH. 45833OH 45833
The Commerce Department 7 p.m. — Bingo at St.
an injury-riddled Spencerville squad 18-45 at Stadium Park. said Friday that wholesale was named the “Galant” or foggy and a canal feeder feet. When the canal was fro-
John’s Little Theatre. Metzger and Dale Metzger is future plans include attend- of Andrea Ankerman. She is
1122 Elida Avenue

Only the Bearcats’ Jeff Glaze with a third place finish kept inventories rose 1.3 percent “Reynolds”. The motive nearby caused a swell zen over in winter, Mr. and a sophomore at Jefferson High ing college to major in Early a four-year member of the
power of the Empire was against the boat which was Mrs. Mandery remained on School. She is a member of the Childhood Education and to soccer team and is one of the
Delphos, OH 45833
the Jays from capturing a a cross country shutout. Led by in July, the best performance SUNDAY
Matt Scarr, St. John’s took 11 of the first 12 places in the since July 2008 and triple two teams of horses. After following the Empire. The the boat, making it their win- Jefferson band, where she is in one day serve as a cheerlead- team captains. She is a mem- 419-695-0660
1-3 p.m. — The Delphos
the increase economists had purchasing his first boat, he crew of that boat did not ter home till the ice thawed the color guard and plays saxo- ing advisor. ber of the track team and a
race. Canal Commission Annex phone, and is in the choir and Elizabeth Thompson cheerleader for the Blue Jay
• Ottoville Ohio Child Conservation League Chapter expected. Sales at the whole- hired four hands and his sis- see the Empire due to the and transportation resumed. Museum, 241 N. Main St.,
ter as cook. For years he fog and they crashed into The Manderys moved show choir. She also played will be escorted by Garret basketball team and danced
Moments so Precious held its September meeting at the home sale level increased 0.6 per- will be open. the role of Madame Ching in Thompson. The Jefferson for many years at The Dancer
of Bonnie Beining. Co-hostess was Ruth Wannemacher. cent, double what had been used his boat to transport the side of the Empire. to Delphos in the 1920s, 1-4 p.m. — Putnam the 2010 Jefferson class play. High School junior is the by Gina. She is a member of
New member Bernice Schnipke was installed. Entertainment expected and the best showing
since April.
lumber between Ottoville Workers pumped for hours making their home on N. County Museum is open, 202 Metzger was also a member of daughter of Angie and Trevor the Missions Society, Liturgy
was provided by Jane Plescher. and Cincinnati. The round but couldn’t keep the boat Franklin St. Captain Charles E. Main St. Kalida.
Businesses restocking the summer softball, track and Thompson. She is very active Team, SADD, FTA, CRESPI
• Cor Meibion Caldicot, a male choir from Caldicot, depleted store shelves has trip of 338 miles would take from sinking. The cargo was Mandery died 6 April 1945. basketball teams and has had in her school and community Society and is a Junior
South Wales, United Kingdom, will present a concert Oct. been a major driver of the seven days to complete. a total loss but the boat was He was 91 years of age and MONDAY many academic honors. She and enjoys being involved in Optimist. Ankerman was also
5 at the Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center, economy since late last year They traveled day and night, raised and repaired. believed to be one of the last 11:30 a.m. — Mealsite is an honor roll student and the Wildcat choir and show selected to attend the HOBY
Lima. The concert is being sponsored by Gomer United and the strong gain seen in with the 24 hours divided Another time one of survivors of canal workers. at Delphos Senior Citizen has been Scholar of the Day choir. She is also a flute Leadership Conference this
Church of Christ. July should help alleviate fears into four six hour shifts. At 1 Mandery’s boats became Elizabeth Mandery passed Center, 301 Suthoff Street. and was Student of the Month player for the Wildcat band. past June. She is on the honor
that the country could be in a.m., a driver and team and a stuck in the lock at Piqua. away in 1931 at the age of 6 p.m. — Middle Point in November. She is also an Thompson also plays for the roll and is a MAC scholar ath-
50 Years Ago — 1960 danger of slipping into another helmsman would start work The boat was carrying grain 76. Several children had died Village Council meets active member of the FCCLA, fast pitch softball team at her lete. She enjoys volunteering
• Members of the Delphos Rotary were once again recession. and stay on duty until 7 a.m. and the sides had swollen, in infancy. Mandery’s only 7-9 p.m. — The Delphos where she is the district presi- school and is active in sev- her time as a server, lector, and
given a real treat as Phil “Kingy” Gressel explained the The overall economy, The animals were led across causing it to be jammed in immediate survivor was his Canal Commission Annex dent and was in the Junior eral clubs, including SADD greeter for mass and was more
as measured by the gross a drawbridge into the boat, the lock. This went on for sister, Mrs. Julie VanOss. Museum, 241 N. Main St., Parliamentary Procedure team and Fellowship of Christian recently selected as a Buckeye
workings of the Gressel Produce Company of Delphos. that was awarded a silver medal Athletes. She enjoys spend- Girls’ State Representative.
Gressel told of the progress of the company in the past years, domestic product, slowed to as the shift changed. A new a period of hours, causing a His funeral was conducted will be open.
at state convention. Metzger ing time with her friends and Ankerman also chose to cel-
stating that he purchased the interests of his father and now an annual growth rate of just team of horses came on with back-up of a string of boats. at Delphos St. John’s, with 7 p.m. — Marion
is also a member of SADD family and is very active ebrate her 15th birthday with
is the owner of the business. He told of how all eggs are 1.6 percent in the April-to- another driver and a new Many workers managed to burial in the church cem- Township trustees at town-
and Fellowship of Christian her church’s youth group a Quinceañera as a celebration
June quarter, down from GDP steersman took the helm. move the boat out of the etery. ship house.
packed in the Delphos under the supervision of the govern- growth of 3.7 percent in the Athletes. She is currently and enjoys attending church of her faith and Latin heritage.
ment. Eggs are shipped from the Delphos plant to places as first quarter. That slowdown They remained on duty until lock and into the waterway. Just a note for genealo- 7:30 p.m. — American employed by The Creamery camp and other activities for She also works three different
far away as Waco, Tex.; Spokane, Washington; Madison, has raised concerns about the 1 p.m. when the process was The team of horses were res- gists, when searching the Legion Auxiliary meets at the and babysits her siblings. Shawnee Alliance Church. jobs with Gessner’s Produce,
Wisconsin and Columbus, Ohio. President Lou Scherger durability of the recovery from repeated. cued from the stable before records I found the name American Legion hall, State Cassie Schimmoeller will Thompson’s future dreams Ultra Sound Special Events
presided with Elmer Steinle, who was in charge of club sing- the nation’s worst recession Captain Mandery mar- the boat sank. It was resting spelled Mandery, Mandory Street. be escorted by her father, are to attend Wheaton College and the Dairy Hut.
ing. The program for the evening was procured by Melvin since the Great Depression. ried in 1881. His wife, close enough to the bank to and Manderi. Keep this in James Schimmoeller. The St. and to become an elementary Awards include:
Westrich. Elizabeth Stevens was born allow other boat traffic to mind when searching for Please notify the Delphos John’s High School senior school teacher. — $500 Scholarship for
Reports this week have
eased those fears somewhat. in Piqua, Miami County. pass. your ancestors. Herald at 419-695-0015 if is also the daughter of Lena Rachael Fisher will be queen
In addition to the new report there are any corrections Schimmoeller and Patty and escorted by Drew Fisher. — $250 Scholarship for
75 Years Ago — 1935 or additions to the Coming
• Two Delphos young men have been enrolled as students on inventories, the govern- Richard Shaffer. She has She is the daughter of Judy first runner-up

Letter to the Muslim world

Events column. played soccer for 10 years and Fisher and Tom Fisher and is — $150 Scholarship for
at Ohio State University, both in the engineering department. ment said Thursday that new is currently serving as captain a sophomore at St. Johns High second runner-up
John Hotz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hotz, East Fourth applications for jobless ben- of the St. John’s varsity team. School. Fisher is a member of — $100 Scholarship for
Street, has enrolled for the study of chemical engineering. efits fell last week to the low- She is on the varsity basket- the St. John’s girls’ golf team, third runner-up
S. Joseph Sever, son of Mrs. Anna Sever, South Bredeick est level in two months. Also ball and competition cheer- and last year, she played on — $50 Scholarship for
on Thursday, the government Dear Muslim World, To say that an Islamic
Street, enters the freshman class for the study of electrical said the U.S. trade deficit nar- KATHLEEN PARKER leading squads and plays on the team when they took the fourth runner-up
engineering. center can’t be built near the Delphos Summer Softball Midwest Athletic Conference Special recognition
rowed in July as exports rose I am writing you today as Ground Zero is to say that
• In a small way, Delphos figures in a “Believe it or Not,” to the highest level in nearly League. She also works with championship title. She is awards will be given for Miss
an American citizen who is
by Ripley. The “Believe it or Not” has the statement: “A two years, an indication that
name that will live in stone is James A. Wetmore, supervis- American manufacturers are deeply embarrassed by cur- Point all Muslims are to blame. I
don’t think most Americans
“Through the Halls,” St.
Johns’ weekly radio program.
also a member of SADD,
CRESPI Society and in the
Congeniality, top ticket seller
and People’s Choice.
ing architect of the Treasury of the United States. His name still benefiting from rising rent events in my country. believe this even though
is engraved on the cornerstones of 1500 public buildings.” global demand.
Wetmore’s name is engraved on the cornerstone of the local U.S. businesses have helped
First, let me say that I am
not representing anyone. I
of a majority now say they
would prefer the center be
post office building. spur the recovery by rebuilding
• The first of a series of district meetings of the Eagles their inventories after slashing
can’t claim to speak for
anyone but myself, though I View built elsewhere.
This can’t be explained
was held at Celina for the purpose of making final arrange- them during the recession to am certain that many others rationally because this
ments for a district initiation which is to be held at Celina cut costs. feel as I do. Many of us would like for is purely an emotion-
next Sunday. Delphos Aerie was represented at the meet- When businesses began I want to address the cur- him to crawl back under his al response. Obviously, Happy Birthday
ing by five of its members, J. Carl Stopher, president; J. E. building up inventories at the rent controversy over the rock and stay there, never to Muslims have the same
end of last year, that boosted
Moots, secretary; Frank Bowers, Joseph Minnig and Harry orders to U.S. factories and
proposed Islamic center
and mosque near Ground
be heard from again. Alas,
our laws do not forbid stu-
right to worship when and
where they please, just as
SEPT 12 Laurel Oaks Park - Elida
helped spur overall economic pidity. A few decades ago, Brandon Line
growth. Inventories held by
Zero and the so-called “pas- any other group in America. Saturday September 18th, 2010
tor” in Florida who had Jones would be standing on The same rules of tolerance
wholesalers were cut for 13 a fruit crate on a street cor- SEPT. 13 Time 9 am - 3 pm
consecutive months starting in been threatening to burn a that allow a Florida pastor Sarah Meisler
ner, where children would
Moderately confused September 2008. Quran. to preach his message also Cassie Saum Park at Elida HS and ride the shuttle.
The July increase marked I’ll begin with the easier point at him and be scolded allow Muslims to preach
by their parents: “It’s not Brooke Gallmeier
the seventh consecutive rise in of the two: Please ignore theirs. Food - Games for Kids
nice to make fun of crazy Brooke Hellman
inventories and followed a 0.3 Pastor Terry Jones. I wish We may never be able to
percent inventory increase in people.” Today, thanks to Trent Lindeman
we had. He may live in the agree on some things. That $1.00 admission at the gate.
stockpiles in June. the miracle of mass commu- Kaylee Heitmeyer
U.S. He may have a build- is life. But let us all agree to
The rise in sales and an ing with a cross on it and nication, he can command a Jeff Joseph
some terms. Let’s agree not
even bigger increase in inven- call it a church. And he may broad, if undeserved, audi- to tolerate hatred — toward
tories left the ratio of inven- know 50 or so people who ence. Muslims, Jews, Christians,
tories to sales at 1.16 in July. care what he says, but he’s What our laws do not
That means it would take 1.16
atheists or any others. Let’s
nobody. His threat to burn require, of course, is that agree not to use inflamma-
months to deplete inventories we give him our attention,
at the July sales pace. That a Quran was a desperate tory language. Let’s agree
was up slightly from a ratio of attempt to get attention and and that’s where we have to call out and condemn
1.15 in June. nothing more. failed each other and our- those who would incite riot,
Anyone can call himself selves. As a member of the whether it’s an imam who
LETTERS TO a pastor, but there’s a rea- news media, I am sorry we orders the death of a car-
son Jones leads such a tiny handed him a megaphone, toonist or the preacher who
and I apologize. Please be
congregation. We have a wants to burn another man’s
long tradition in this coun- patient. In a few days, he holy book.
The Delphos Herald wel- try of letting people speak will be forgotten. Let’s agree that some-
comes letters to the editor. Let- their thoughts in public, but Of more pressing con- times we will disagree but
ters should be no more than we don’t take many of them cern, and less easily that none of this makes any
400 words. The newspaper re- very seriously. We laugh resolved, is the controversy sense if worshiping the cre-
serves the right to edit content at characters like Jones in this country about the ator means we must destroy
for length, clarity and grammar. but figure it’s better to let proposed Islamic cultural each other in the process.
Letters concerning private mat- fools reveal themselves in center. I understand the sen-
ters will not be published. Anyone who believes in
the light of day than to let sitivity, as I’m sure many God can’t also believe that
Failure to supply a full name, of you do. When we were
home address and daytime them fester in the dark. I his divine plan included his
phone number will slow the know this is hard to under- attacked by terrorists nine creation’s mutual destruc-
verification process and delay stand. We have trouble with years ago, our hearts were tion.
publication. it sometimes, too. Freedom broken. They still are. Peace be upon us all. Or
Letters can be mailed to The is a messy affair and some- Nevertheless, we don’t as we say around here, God
Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main times people get their feel- hold all Muslims respon- bless.
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed ings hurt, but we think the sible for what happened
to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed to trade-off is worth the aggra- any more than all Christians Sincerely, vation. should be held responsible An American
Authors should clearly state What we hope you for what Pastor Jones has
they want the message pub- understand is that most been saying. Muslims also Kathleen Parker’s e-mail Downtown
Sponsors: Ameriprise Financial, C & G Distributors, Delphos Ace Hardware, Delphos Herald,
lished as a letter to the editor. died when the World Trade
Delphos Recreation Center, First Federal Bank, Grothouse Plumbing & Heating, I & K Distributors,
Americans were appalled address is kathleenparker@ Delphos
Lima Memorial Hospital, Maverick Media, Meijer, Pitsenbarger’s & Bell Auto Supply, RTH Processing, Raabe Ford,
Anonymous letters will not be Center towers collapsed.
by Jones’ proposal, too.
Schwinnen Electric, Sign Pro Imaging, Superior Federal Credit Union, The Union Bank
6 – The Herald Saturday, September 11, 2010 Saturday, September 11, 2010 The Herald — 7

Clijsters beats Williams in Open semis

The Associated Press
that. Defending champion Clijsters
held on, winning 4-6, 7-6 (2), 6-4
shaking, expletive-laden outburst at
the lineswoman who made a late
— Williams increasingly found
trouble with her groundstrokes,

Defensive TD lifts Jefferson P I G S K I N P I C K S

to extend her U.S. Open winning foot-fault ruling. spraying more and more out of

Jays use turnovers to

NEW YORK — After trailing streak to 20 matches and return to Things looked good for the bounds, and ending up with 50
for much of the third set, Venus the final. older Williams at the start. She unforced errors.
Williams suddenly was right back She is 52-2 after taking the first converted the first set’s only break Still, Clijsters’ first six points

down Minster 35-7

in the thick of her U.S. Open semi- set at the U.S. Open — and both of point while winning 20 of 25 points in the pivotal tie-breaker arrived
final against Kim Clijsters, serving those losses came against Clijsters, on her serve and getting the better courtesy of mistakes by Williams,
By JIM METCALFE goal try with 6:20 left. kick made it 9-7, Bluffton, with and we will continue to try and
The Delphos Herald Bluffton’s last hope ended when 10:43 remaining in the half. address them,” Lindeman added. “I
It seems so long ago since we (Fla.) in a rematch of the 2002 at 4-all, 30-all. who will face No. 7-seeded Vera of Clijsters during lengthy baseline including a pair of double-faults
last picked. BCS championship game. This At that moment Friday night, Zvonareva of Russia in tonight’s exchanges with powerful strokes and a badly botched overhead she

in MAC opener senior Ryan Ebbeskotte picked off a After Deeds returned the ensu- give credit to the seniors we have That’s because it was: the game won’t be that close as the
Joseph pass at returned it 36 yards ing kickoff 21 yards to the host 33, on this team that won’t let anyone it didn’t appear to matter that the final. If Clijsters wins the champi- from both. sailed long.
Super Bowl Feb. 7. home team wins big.
BLUFFTON — Thinks didn’t to the host 29 with 2:02 left. They they went on a 12-play drive. With get down. We came back when Here we go into another sea- Notre Dame: The Irish got their 30-year-old Williams was bidding onship, she will be the first woman Williams picked up easy points Clijsters missed the 2006 U.S.
start out well for Jefferson’s grid- needed one first down to run out the Joseph (8-of-21 passing, 93 yards, things weren’t going very well and son’s worth of foolishness and new coach his first win last week to become the oldest woman to win with two consecutive U.S. Open with aces or service winners but Open because of a series of health
By KIRK DOUGAL zone. The Wildcats recovered the ders on a pleasant Friday night at clock and got it. 3 picks, 1 TD) hitting on 4-of-5 that is a credit to their leadership.” bravado because we don’t know and the “team up north” escaped a Grand Slam title in two decades. titles since Williams in 2000-01. also by hitting serves at up to 126 problems, including wrist surgery,
Delphos Herald ball and took over at the 20-yard line Bluffton’s Harmon Field. “We talked about hanging our passes for 52 yards, he finished it Bluffton is at Crestview Friday. what we’re doing! I can’t do any UCONN. There will be no escape Or that she arrived at Flushing Earlier Friday, Zvonareva mph that immediately would put then skipped the next two because
Correspondent with only 45.5 seconds left. But on Thanks to the Wildcats’ defense, hat on the defense and they came off at the Jefferson 4 by rolling right worse than last year — no wait, this week; ND goes to 2-0. Meadows coming off a left knee reached her second Grand Slam Clijsters on the defensive even she was taking time off to get mar-
it ended well. through yet again. We got a touch- and finding Kyle Siefker in the end JEFFERSON 19, BLUFFTON 15 I CAN! Alabama:
the first play, Minster quarterback Jefferson 0 13 6 0 - 19 I finished 2009-10 with an over- This could injury that meant she hadn’t played final in a row by upsetting top-seed- when the Belgian put returns in ried and have a baby. Her daughter
MINSTER – If there is such a Chase Paxson was intercepted by Senior lineman A.J. Cross down from the defense and they zone. The 2-point pass was off, put-
recovered a Pirate fumble in the end did a great job of holding Bluffton ting Bluffton up 15-7 with 5:26 left
Bluffton 9 6 0 0 - 15 all mark of 118-97 combined (.549 get ugly. The a match in more than two months. ed Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark play. In the second set, though, Jada, now 2 1/2 years old, pranced
thing as struggling in a 35-7 win, Delphos’ Ryan Densel. The three FIRST QUARTER
winning percentage) — 54-42 in defending Then came two pivotal points. 6-4, 6-3. A year ago in New York, Clijsters made a key adjustment, around on court when Mommy
then the St. John’s Blue Jays did turnovers in the three minutes was zone late in the third period and the down while our offense struggled,” in the first half. BL - Koch 31 field goal, 7:11
just that on Friday night as they not taken advantage of by either defense made it stand up for a 19-15 Jefferson coach Bub Lindeman Stratton then grabbed an inter- BL - Gudakunst 3 run the college ranks (.563) and 64-55 national cham- First, Williams double-faulted for Clijsters — playing in only the playing closer to the baseline, tight- collected her trophy 12 months ago
in the National Football League pions host the seventh time, giving Clijsters a
beat the Minster Wildcats at Minster team and the score at half saw St. Northwest Conference triumph. noted. ception four plays later, returning (kick failed), 4:15
(.538). the Nittany
third tournament of her return after ening up her backswing and push- at Flushing Meadows by defeating
Memorial Stadium. John’s with a 14-0 lead. Trailing 15-13 at the half, The start of the game left the pigskin 27 yards to the Delphos DJ - Antalis 52 pass from Dave Boninsegna had an 80-79 Lions and put break point. Next, Clijsters curled a more than two seasons away from ing Williams around more. Wozniacki.
“Oh, definitely,” replied Delphos The third quarter started like Jefferson’s defense, which held Jefferson behind the 8-ball. A 48. Howeeer, a Bluffton fumble on Cano (Cross kick), 10:43 mark (.503 — I was a veritable on a Crimson perfect backhand lob over the 6-1 the tour — beat Wozniacki in the With the wind gusting up to Zvonareva was steadier than
coach Todd Schulte when asked the first possession of the game Bluffton to only 144 yards of total 3-and-out on its first series and a the next play put Delphos in busi- BL - Siefker 4 pass from Michel Nostradamus!) — 42-31 thumping. Williams to go ahead 5-4. final, after getting past Williams’ 20 mph on an overcast day — Wozniacki, who averaged 11
about how hard it was to win the for Delphos. They came out of the offense in 51 plays, held a 3-and- 19-yard Stratton punt return set up ness at the host 46. They need eight Joseph (pass failed), 5:26 (.575) in the collegiate ranks and Oregon: Williams stopped chasing and younger sister, Serena, in the semi- the stadium lights were on for the unforced errors through her first
out to begin the third period, keyed the hosts at the Delphos 30. Seven plays to hit paydirt. At the 25, Cano DJ - Cook 25 pass from 39-48 NFL (.448). Oregon, even
game, despite what the score said. halftime locker room and marched Cano (run failed), :55.2 watched the ball fall, then hung finals. The latter match forever will start of the second semifinal, even five matches of the tournament —
“(Minster) did a lot of good things straight down the field, 66 yards in by a sack of Bluffton signal-caller plays later, Christian Koch deliv- dropped and found senior Nick The various guest pickers com- without sus-
THIRD QUARTER Boninsegna her head. And that, basically, was be remembered for Serena’s racket- though it was a little after 4:15 p.m. and made 31 against Zvonareva.

Ocho, TO set for regular-season debut with Bengals

Hunter Joseph by senior end Kody ered a 31-yard field goal for a 3-0 Cook (2 grabs, 38 yards) on a slant bined for a 104-79 total mark pended run-
offensively and defensively to us 5:02 which ended when Leininger DJ - Cross fumble recovery in
(.568) — 51-27 (.654) for the
Richardson. lead with 7:11 left in the opening rout over the middle. He caught it at ning back
and it was a struggle. A lot of things hit Bergfeld again, this time on a end zone (run failed), 2:06
amateurs and 53-52 in the profes- LaMichael James and with quar-
we wanted to do tonight was a strug- 4-yard fade on fourth-and-goal from The offense embarked from its period. the 10 and split defenders to the end FOURTH QUARTER
41 and attained a 1st-and-goal at the No scoring sionals (.505). terback Jeremiah Masoli playing
gle.” the four. On the second play from scrim- zone with 55.2 seconds to go in the Here we go for week 1. for Mississippi, is off to a record-
The game did not start like the But then Minster’s Adam Kaiser 5 but a procedure penalty (9 penal- mage, a fumble by the Wildcats half. The 2-point try failed, leaving
ties for 53 yards on the Wildcats) was recovered by the Pirates at the the score at 15-13, Bluffton.
TEAM STATS College: Georgia at South breaking start. By HOWARD ULMAN or whatever. We’re making Owens and Ochocinco (given February but worked out dur-
Jays were going to have a problem. took over for a while from his run- Jefferson Bluffton Carolina; Florida State at The Ducks still have all kinds of The Associated Press each other better, pushing one the nicknames “Batman” and ing training camp and played
After quarterback Jordan Leininger ning back slot. He began picking up set them back and R.J. Stratton visitor 24. Aided by a facemask call Junior cornerback Shayn First Downs 15 8 Oklahoma; skill and speed in their read-option
was nearly picked off on a pass first downs and Paxson rushed for came up with a pick at the 3 to end on the Wildcats, Bluffton needed Klinger picked off a pass on the Total Yards 256 144 Miami, Fla. at offense, which rolled over hap- another.” “Robin” by Ochocinco), there in exhibition games with a
attempt when the under linebacker 20 yards himself on a keeper. Faced the drive. five plays to do its damage. At third play from scrimmage, making Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Ohio State; less New Mexico 72-0 on Sept. FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Bengals and quarter- are some other pretty talented brace on his left knee.
jumped a route, St. John’s quickly with a first-and-goal from the 7-yard However, two plays hence at the 3, Jesse Gudakunst (12 carries, a sojourn of a return 32 yards to Comps.-Atts. 7-18 8-21 Michigan at 4. Oregon gained a school-record Chad Ochocinco and Terrell back Carson Palmer had a receivers in the game. Randy The Bengals, with a supe-
got untracked. Leininger picked up line, Paxson was flushed from the the 6, Joseph dropped a shotgun 34 yards), swept left end, made the Bluffton 41. However, trying to Intercepted by 3 4 Notre Dame; 720 yards total offense and set an Owens grabbed the spotlight mediocre passing attack last Moss and Wes Welker, back rior running game, have a bet-
a crucial first down when he kept pocket by Delphos pressure and he snap in the end zone and tried to one cut and stretched it to the end make something happen with time Fumbles-Lost 3-1 4-2 Penn State Autzen Stadium record with 35
as charismatic mem- season, ranked 26th in from torn knee ligaments sus- ter chance to keep the Patriots
throw it away. Instead, he fumbled zone. However, Koch’s extra point running down, Cano was picked off Penalties-Yards 9-53 3-25 at Alabama; first downs. It may not be as much
the ball on a third-and-seven and tried to force a pass into the back of Punts-Aver 3-37.3 3-34.3 Oregon at of a butt whoopin’ but the Ducks bers of the Bengals the NFL. So Owens, tained in the last regular-sea- off balance.
it and Cross jumped on it in the end was wide right, accounting for a by Deeds to end the half.
ran for nine yards and a first down. the end zone. He was picked off by
l llW for
receiving corps. Now third in NFL history son game of 2009, can be just Cedric Benson missed
al f o Tennessee. move to 2-0.
r zone. The 2-point run failed but the 9-0 edge with 4:15 showing in the “We told the guys at halftime
Moments later, he caught up with Tanner Calvelage and that ended the INDIVIDUAL
they’ll see how that in yards receiving, was as dangerous, if not more so. 3 1/2 games last year and
l l N W f Pros: Dallas Dallas: This week we will find
Wildcats (2-1, 2-0 NWC) led 19-15 period. to just relax; that was the only
receiver Ty Bergfeld on a go route scoring threat.
Ca F F or r er NO W JEFFERSON at Washington; out if the Redskins can overcome
partnership works on signed. “There’s only one Randy still rushed for 1,251 yards.
with 2:06 on the third-period clock. After a Wildcat punt, the teams adjustment we felt we need to
l a f for
for a 47-yard pickup. With first-and- But the Wildcat defense picked RUSHING: Curtis Miller 17-61,
a or Atlanta at all of the distractions and see if
a C
the field in the regu- The Patriots have Moss,” Brady said. “He’s Excluding the four games he
After Brandon Deeds returned
t traded turnovers in Bluffton space. make. We had just played one of
a l l l t i n Antalis 9-46, Jacob Leach 10-43,
goal from the 8-yard line, it was all up and the Jays’ offense sputtered,
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the ensuing kickoff 44 yards to the A Bluffton punt set up the visi- the worst halves during my time Bonifas 1-4, Cano 5-(-27).
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running back Evan Burgei as he even with a 15-yard facemask pen- PASSING: Cano 7-18-129-4-2. Baltimore at Metcalfe out against the Cowboys won’t be lar season. a real rookie in the probably the greatest down- sat out entirely or partially,
Delphos 44, head coach Dennis Lee tors at their own 37. Four plays here and still only trailed by two,”
went three yards, three yards and alty against Minster. Both teams
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tW RECEIVING: Bonifas 3-19, Cook Jets (Monday); an easy task and will most likely The close friends and secondary, cornerback Devin field receiver in the history he averaged 102.4 yards rush-
faced a 4th-and-1 at the 35. Joseph later, plus two procedure penal- Lindeman explained. “We felt Jesse
then the final two with a leap over punted before Delphos took over the Green Bay at Philadelphia;
Discounts fall to the ‘Boys.
2-38, Antalis 1-52, Leach 1-20.
downfield threats team up McCourty. The first-round of the NFL. I mean, those ing.
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the goal line for the first score of the ball after a short kick at the Minster was stopped inches short of the first ties, senior quarterback Jesse Cano was making the proper reads but he BLUFFTON Cincinnati at New England; Atlanta: 0-1. That’s what the
Sunday when Cincinnati vis- draft pick is expected to start catches that he makes when New England’s running
game. The 7-play drive had taken 47-yard line at the start of the fourth down. (7-of-18 passing, 129 yards, 4 picks, had some bad luck and also didn’t RUSHING: Gudakunst 12-34, Indianapolis at Houston. line will read for the Steelers
only 2:42 and Delphos led by a count quarter. Burgei rushed for nine more The Wildcats — with almost 2 TDs) rolled right from the 48 and always set his feet properly. I give Luginbuhl 1-9, Joseph 6-9, JIM METCALFE after Atlanta lays a loss on the its the New England Patriots, with second-year pro Darius he runs 65 yards down the backs are unchanged from last
Basinger 4-5, Huss 1-2,
perfect offensive balance of 127 SOUTH CAROLINA: Two Roethlisberger-less Steelers. who are relieved to have the Butler on the other side. field and you throw it and he year but none has emerged as
Call Call
for for threw over a Pirate defensive back him credit for coming back with a
of 7-0 after Josh Rode’s conversion. yards before Chris Pohlman took the Wilson 2-1, Stratton 1-(-)6. teams that are having some issues Maybe Ben can get a gathering of
But then the defenses from both dive play on the option, broke two yards rushing (42 tries) and 129 to senior Mitchell Antalis (9 carries, solid second half.” PASSING: Joseph 8-21-93-3-1. key to their passing game, That certainly seems like just runs and catches it. That’s a breakaway threat. Laurence
ll for
passing — then took 6:09 off the 46 yards) down the left hash. He Jefferson hosts Allen East off the field and two coaches that friends and watch the game at his
teams took over the game for a tackles at the line and then raced the RECEIVING: Luginbuhl 3-59,
are on the hot seat. Both teams favorite sports bar ... Tom Brady, in one piece after a matchup that favors the impossible to do. I’ve asked Maroney hasn’t lived up to
clock on a 12-play drive that ended made a stumbling catch at the 40 Friday. Hoffer 2-11, Basinger 1-13,
while. Minster followed the score rest of the way for a 35-yard touch- he was involved in a 2-car Bengals. him ‘How do you do that?’ his status as a first-round draft
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e n te r Call NOW for Deeds 1-6, Siefker 1-4. will play pretty good defense, so it Jets: With the Revis thing
with Cross missing a 23-yard field and was gone. Cross’s conversion “The turnovers (5) are a concern
F r
Ada overcomes penalties, Columbus Grove
with a three-and-out and a punt. down to make it a 28-0 game. comes down to the offense. I just behind them, the Jets can concen- accident Thursday morning. But with coach Bill And he says ’I don’t know, pick in 2006, Fred Taylor and
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Delphos failed to sustain a drive and Burgei scored the final touch-
er like Garcia as the other USC’s trate on football, but the Ravens
gave the ball back and then Minster down for Delphos on a 9-yard rush
Call NOW for The quarterback was unhurt Belichick designing the man. I’ve been doing it for a Sammy Morris are reliable
Discounts quarterback better. get a “good” addition in TJ.. Still
and didn’t miss practice. defense, the young corner- long time’.” veterans, Kevin Faulk is used
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punted again. The Jays were moving after another interception, this one FLORIDA STATE: The fiasco think the NY ‘D’ is strong and they
His safety is critical to backs should get plenty of help. Moss has averaged 83 more in passing situations and
the ball as the first quarter ended but by Densel. After the score, it was — the mishandling of the “retire- pull out a close win.
the Patriots, whose young Safeties Brandon Meriweather catches for 1,255 yards and BenJarvus Green-Ellis has
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then they stalled again.
the Jays’ Tyler Ditto who picked Grove went quickly on a 3-and- On the next possession, Columbus ment” of Bobby Bowden — of Green Bay: Aaron Rodgers has
a e
Baker (Everhart kick), 6:08
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The second quarter saw the off a pass but by now Schulte was The Delphos Herald out on its next possession and Ada Grove answered right back. Kohls (5 SECOND QUARTER last year is gone from Seminole become one of the most important defense struggled in the exhi- and James Sanders are solid, 16 touchdowns in three sea- limited experience.
Wildcats catch their offensive stride, substituting freely and St. John’s was replied by scoring again on one play grabs, 2 yards) hauled in a 37-yard
CG - Verhoff 1 run (Kohls kick), 11:01 Nation. You know they can play persons on the Packers squad.
CG - Travis 5 run (Kohls kick), :48 good defense; it’s the offense that He leads his team into Philly and bition season. That could con- although the Patriots pass rush sons with the Patriots. But And the Patriots offense is
although they ended with nothing to unable to score.
Call for from scrimmage when Baker (20 catch and Trent Kerns followed up THIRD QUARTER has to get back to FSU standards. emerges on the positive side of tinue against Ochocinco and remains suspect after strug- he said this week he feels missing a key blocker. Two-
show for it. They would tally five Minster did finally crack the COLUMBUS GROVE — rushes, 89 yards) connected with with a 4-yard jaunt into the end zone
first downs in the period to St. John’s scoreboard after a 7-play, 1:44 drive Fourteen penalties against a team in Weber (7 catches, 93 yards) from 57 but the kick was blocked and Grove
AD - Everhart 6 pass from
Baker (Everhart kick), 6:02
I think they will in a shootout in the game. Owens. gling last year. unwanted because the team time Pro Bowl LG Logan
one, yet they could not score. That that ended with a 2-yard pass from football usually would spell a loss yards out, giving the guests a 14-0 trailed 21-20 at the 4:46 mark of the CG - Kerns 4 run (kick blocked), 4:46
OHIO STATE: Of course. The
Cincinnati: We will get our “It’s going to be a freaking Jerod Mayo, the Patriots hasn’t worked on an extension Mankins, a restricted free
first look at a “real” game with
symphony out there. We’re outstanding inside linebacker, to his contract that ends after agent, hasn’t reported because
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included a 15-play drive where after Paxson to Derek Collins. for the team committing as many advantage with 6:08 left in the first. third.
AD - Decker 21 pass from
Buckeye defense is national- Ochocinco. The Patriots defense
Baker (Everhart kick), 2:35
first-and-goal from the 5-yard line, Although Schulte was not entire- infractions; however, on Friday night However, the hosts would score The Ada dominance began to FOURTH QUARTER championship caliber and Terrell is overrated and the Bengals real- going to go hand in hand,” acknowledged there will be this year. of a contract dispute.
they lost yardage and then had their ly happy with the Jays’ play on the at Clymer Stadium, that was not the two unanswered touchdowns to knot take over. The guests found the AD - Everhart 29 field goal, 5:56 Pryor seems on the verge of big ly need to get off to a good start. Ochocinco said. “A lot of pressure on McCourty and Welker’s recovery in time Besides, Mankins can’t
field-goal attempt blocked. night, he did like that every time they case. the game at 14-14. end zone again five plays later on a AD - Decker 66 run (Everhart kick) things. The “U” are starting to get We will see how much Tom Brady people are waiting on us not to Butler. for the opener was unexpect- play cornerback against
Delphos took the momentum offBuilding
needed to come up with a play, they The Ada Bulldogs were flagged Colby Meuleman (4 catches, 66 21-yard touchdown pass from Baker back to their talent-rich days of is shaken up after his accident.
TEAM STATS yore; give Randy Shannon anoth- Hopefully, if he isn’t, the Bengals work and all this other hoopla Despite all the attention on ed. He underwent surgery in Ochocinco and Owens.
the special teams play and caught did it, especially the five turnovers. for 120 yards, yet still came away with yards) brought in a Travis pass for a to Decker with 2:35 left in the third

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Ada Columbus Grove er year or so. Buckeyes have can shake him up in the game.
Minster while theyPerma-Column™
were still down. “There’s your difference in the a 38-20 victory over their Northwest 49-yard reception and Devin Verhoff and once again the guests were up by
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Conference rival, Columbus Grove. finished off the drive from 1 yard more to prove. Bengals win.
Taking over at their own 10-yard game,” he said, referring to the fum- a touchdown. Total Yards 445 289
NOTRE DAME: @#!$$! will Indianapolis: The Texans may
line, Burgei ran between the tackles ble and interceptions. “To struggle Konner Baker led Ada (3-0, 2-0 out, making it 14-7 after Luke Kohls Ada held their hosts to anoth- Rushes-Yards 38-198 31-80
score this fall. Can their defense be the favorites to make the play-
for seven yards and then Leininger offensively and defensively, at times, NWC) with three touchdown passes added the kick with 11:01 to go in er 3-and-out possession and in the Passing Yards 247 209
Comps.-Atts. 18-36 16-37 stop anyone? Same question offs but they have a tough task in By FRED GOODALL “There’s enough hot air out in Cleveland. “As we moved ment on defense after Morris
made a spectacular run. He kept the and get five turnovers and get some while going 18-for-36 for 247 yards, the half. fourth quarter gave Grove just six Intercepted by 1 2 goes for Irish under Kelly, who will starting against the Colts. They The Associated Press there, you know what I mean? deeper into the season, I think began calling plays late last
ball on the option going left, stopped, points off the turnovers, that’s being including strikes of 57, 21 and six Grove would strike again with 48 plays from scrimmage before tacking
and reversed field to the right side of opportunistic by making things hap- yards. seconds left before the break when on three more points on an Everhart
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 also put up good offensive num- may give the defending AFC It’s the absolute truth. I’m we got better collectively and season.
Penalties-Yards 14-120 bers. ND gets big home victory in champs a good game but not
the line. He then stopped again, pen and getting some momentum Kellen Decker lit up the score- Travis called his own number from 29-yard field goal with 5:56 left. 4-30 clash of titans. good enough to win. Indy starts TAMPA, Fla. — Jake watching you on the sideline it started to show up in a One of the top priorities in
weaved his way through the line rolling. We did do some good things board with a 68-yard run to the end five yards out to even the score at The visitors put the final nail in Punts-Aver. 6-34 8-36.1 ALABAMA: Penn State will out at 1-0. Delhomme’s voice, blaring and see you on the film.” tangible way. I’d say the best this year’s draft was shoring
back to the left, shook off an arm at times but we have some work zone, while Alex Weber caught a 14-14. the coffin when Decker (17 rushes, from a speaker phone, caught At 34, Morris is the NFL’s thing that came from it in up the pass rush and a shoddy
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give defending champions all they ----
the attention of Raheem youngest coach and begin- terms of this year is the group run defense, which Morris
tackle and then blew by everyone to do.” 57-yard pass for a score. Travis gave the home-town 100 yards) bolted through the Grove ADA
want, especially without Heisman KIRK DOUGAL
on the Minster defense down the Unofficially, Paxson was Jordan Travis threw for 142 yards Bulldogs some much-needed defense for 66 yards, making it a winner Ingram. I’d even pick the South Carolina: Aaron Murray is
RUSHING: Decker 17-100,
upset except for one thing: a rook- still only a freshman QB with one Morris. ning his second season in of guys that experienced that hopes he’s done by select-
left sideline for a touchdown. The 11-for-18 throwing the ball for (16-of-37 passing, 209 yards) and momentum going into the break with 38-20 contest. Baker 20-89, Weber 1-9.
The Cleveland Browns the rebuilding project Tampa now understand what we ing DTs Gerald McCoy and
ie quarterback against a speedy win under his belt and Georgia
2-play, 90-yard drive took only 53 Minster for 94 yards, one touch- had a 5-yard touchdown run for The an interception at his own 5-yard line, Grove hosts another NWC PASSING: Baker 18-36-247-2-3.
seconds and seemingly let the air out down and four interceptions. Kaiser host Bulldogs (2-1, 1-1 NWC), while sending the teams tied at the half and foe next Friday in Lima Central
RECEIVING: Weber 7-93, Everhart defense like Crimson Tide’s spells is not playing a nobody from quarterback was Bay began after fir- have to do week in and week Brian Price in the first two
of the Minster sails. led the Wildcat rushing attack with making two interceptions of passes snuffing out an Ada drive. Catholic.
5-83, Decker 3-44, Jolliff 1-11,
Robinson 1-9, Ansley 1-7.
doom. Louisiana this week. Turnovers expressing his ing Jon Gruden. out to be successful.” rounds. If not, Cleveland has
OREGON: A big test for win this game for the Gamecocks
After the kickoff, the Delphos 104 yards on 24 carries. On the from his quarterback counterpart. Nonetheless, Ada came out in COLUMBUS GROVE Quackers to come east and play and the Ol’ Ball Coach.
admiration for The Bucs went Freeman was the third more than enough firepower
defense forced a Wildcat fumble, night, the Wildcats produced 205 Ada scored quick and often early the third and picked up where they ADA 38, COLUMBUS GROVE 20 RUSHING: Miller 11-33, Heffner on Rocky Top. Volunteers dan- Oklahoma: Pretty closely- the Tampa Bay 3-13 last year in his quarterback selected in the to take advantage.
which was recovered by the Jays’ yards of offense. on, taking their first possession 65 left off, using 14 plays and nearly Ada 14 0 14 10 - 38
Columbus Grove 0 14 6 0 - 20
3-19, Kerns 7-17, Barrientes
3-12, Verhoff 1-1, Travis 6-(-)2.
gerous under the radar. I just like matched. Both teams can score defense that Morris first season but expect 2009 draft behind Matthew The Browns were eighth
Derek Klaus in the last three min- For the Jays, Leininger was 6-of- yards on 11 plays, ending with a six minutes off the clock to start the FIRST QUARTER PASSING: Travis 16-37-209-1-0. Oregon a little bit more. but who will they stop? If this directs and the to be better with Stafford and Mark Sanchez. in rushing offense last sea-
utes in the first half. It was the first 15 throwing the ball for 75 yards 1-yard run by Decker, making it 7-0 third, ending the drive on an Everhart AD - Decker 1 run RECEIVING: Kohls 5-72, DALLAS: Redskins will be game was in Florida, I would have Buccaneers’ fun- young quarterback He started nine games as son, with Jerome Harrison
turnover in a bizarre ending to the and one score. He also rushed for with 7:49 to go in the first quarter 6-yard touchdown catch to regain the (Everhart kick), 7:49 Meuleman 4-66, Miller 4-25, much-improved team with chosen FSU.
loving coach couldn’t resist Josh Freeman as a full-time a rookie, taking over after running for 862 yards and

Ft. Jennings holds off LadyCats

second quarter and the first of what 144 yards and a touchdown. Burgei after Austin Everhart’s kick. lead at 21-14. AD - Everhart 57 pass from Barrientes 2-11, Heffner 1-22. McNabb. However, their offen- OSU: Neither team had to do
would turn out to be five costly turn- added 115 yards on 13 attempts with sive line is in a state of flux and anything to win last week besides the temptation to become an starter and Morris, who took the Bucs stumbled to an 0-7 five touchdowns.
overs by Minster. two touchdowns and the Jays as a that doesn’t bode well against get off the bus but Miami has impromptu reporter. over the defense following a start and going 3-6 down the Delhomme figures to help
Cowboys’ defense. Dallas has shown problems containing mobile “Hey Jake, did you really 1-9 start, serving as his own stretch. a passing game that features
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for eight yards but then while fight- the Midwest Athletic Conference. By AUSTIN CLARKSON of soccer Friday night as both team played pretty well Friday header but was unable to get it there?” Morris asked before Cleveland feels improved, missed the final two pre- Massaquoi and the versatile
“The Building People”
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ing for the goal line on the next play, Next Saturday, they will play host to The Delphos Herald showed that they were not letting night: “I thought that we are past the Wildcat keeper and the ATLANTA: Steelers a different out a very close game. identifying himself. “Or are too, after adding Delhomme’s season games after breaking WR/KR Joshua Cribbs, who
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for a defense but Steelers ‘O’ both disappointed? Coaching can here, buddy?” team that won its final four hand; however, he returned to — the fifth-highest total in
keepers. progress through our season. I Kalida tried to get things roll- Delhomme, who debuts for games of 2009 to finish 5-11. practice this week and doesn’t NFL history.
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line is somewhat shaky. Steelers’ still win games at the college level
FORT JENNINGS — The The home team was able to thought that we should have had ing in the second half of action defense will be nasty, so expect a and Notre Dame’s Kelly learned his new team Sunday when Coach Eric Mangini is confi- think the injury will be a Plus Delhomme, who spent
Fort Jennings Musketeers girls get on the board late in the first some more shot on-goal oppor- but was unable to do so against low-scoring game. Give the edge how to win with a lot less talent the Browns and Bucs open dent the Browns can take up problem against the Browns. the past seven seasons with
soccer team played host to the half of action with time wind- tunities than we had tonight but the Musketeers’ defense Friday to more-established quarterback than he has now. He will find a
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2010 Van Wert County Fair Results

2010 Junior Fair Fashion 1st — Brooke Keber Litter: Sarah Klinger
Revue Results Junior Swine Show 2nd — Casey Patterson Champion Single Fryer:
Best 1st year Sewing Class 1 Drive A 3rd — Tanner Mathews Leslie Marbaugh
Project: 1st — Kenzie Sealscott Reserve Champion Single
Allie Ford – Willshire 2nd — Lucas Clark Class 7 Drive B Fryer: Alex Campbell
Wide Awake 4-H club 3rd — Jason Wittler 1st — Troy Patterson 3rd: Joel Germann
Junior Clothing Award: 2nd — Carter Brown 4th: Sarah Klinger
Frankie Carey – Hoaglin Class 1 Drive B 3rd — Tanner Matthews 5th: Jared Hallfeldt
Farmers 1st — Taylor Hamrick 6th: Gene Gillespie
Intermediate Clothing 2nd — McKenzie Davis Class 8 Drive A 7th: Kaitlin Hallfeldt
award: 3rd — Olivia Leary 1st — Shane Williams 8th: Samantha Overmeyer
Chelsea Hancock – Ohio 2nd — Katie McClure 9th: Jacob Germann
Challengers Class 2 Drive A 3rd — Gabe Evans
Senior Clothing Award: 1st — Kyle Keber Junior Fair Rabbit
Megan Bittner – Barnyard 2nd — Kaylee Thatcher Class 8 Drive B Showmanship
Buddies 3rd — Logan Miller 1st — Jason Wittler Junior Showmanship
2nd — Shane Williams Winner: Frankie Carey
2010 Modeling Awards Class 2 Drive B 3rd — Brock Bonifas I n t e r m e d i a t e
Levi Thurston Junior: Allie Ford 1st — Tyler Matthews Showmanship Winner: Justin
Intermediate: Madison 2nd — Katie Vorst Grand Champion Gilt — Overmyer
Age: 10 Pugh 3rd — Kurt Hoersten Lynette Lloyd Senior Showmanship
Senior: Julia Dickman Reserve Champion Gilt — Winner: Alex Campbell
School: Columbus Best Total Look: Courtney Class 3 Drive A Troy Patterson Pee-Wee Showmanship
Gehres 1st — Lynette Lloyd Grand Champion Barrow Winner: Shianne Kraft
Grove Elementary 2nd — Troy Patterson — Brooke Keber Best American Fuzzy Lop:
Junior Fair Dairy Show 3rd — Whitney Bates Reserve Champion Barrow Shae Friemoth
Hobbies: reading, Junior Dairy Showman — — Austin Sealscott Best Californian: Joey
Korey Oechsle Class 3 Drive B Grand Champion Market Overmyer
baseball, watching Intermediate Dairy 1st — Whitney Bates Hog — Lynette Lloyd Best Opposite Californian: Mollie and Brooklyn Meyer, 9 months, of Fort Jennings,
movies, Pokemon Showman — Morgan Pugh 2nd — Dirk DuCheney Reserve Champion Market Courtney Grote
are enjoying their first trip to the fair.
and riding roller Senior Dairy Showman — 3rd — Kurt Hoersten Hog — Troy Patterson Best Champagne
Alyssa Bowen 3rd Place Market Hog — D’Argent: Courtney Grote Dairy Feeder Calf Winner, Welker
coasters Champion Dairy Showman Class 4 Drive A Brooke Keber Best Crème D’ Argent: Heat two: Jared Klopfenstein Limousin Jr. heifer calf
— Matt Oechsle 1st — Lynette Lloyd 4th Place Market Hog — Brandon Hudson Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd 1st: Audrey Bowsher
Best Opposite Crème Place, Heat Two: Tyler Limousin Jr. heifer year-
D’Argen: Meredith Arn Matthews ling 1st: Audrey Bowsher
Best Dutch: Makenzie Dairy Feeder Calf Champion Limousin
Kraft Winner, Heat three: Megan Female: Audrey Bowsher
Best Opposite Dutch: Hempfling Reserve Champion
Makenzie Kraft Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd Limousin Female: Audrey
Best English Lop: Justin Place, Heat Three: Rebecca Bowsher
Overmyer Klopfenstein Shorthorn Jr. heifer calf:
Best English Spot: Joey Dairy Feeder Calf Winner, Adam Schumm
Overmyer Heat four: Matt Oechsle Champion Shorthorn
Best Florida Lop: Jocob Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd Female: Adam Schumm
Wortman place, Heat Four: Caden Hereford Jr. bull calf 1st:
Best Opposite French Lop: Ringwald Kyle Tickler
Jocab Wortman Dairy Feeder Calf Hereford Jr. heifer calf
Best Giant Chinchilla: Winner, Heat Five: Matt 1st: Jon Germann
Alex Campbell Allmandinger Hereford Jr. heifer calf
Best Opposite Giant Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd 2nd: Austin Welker
Chinchilla: Alex Campbell Place Heat Five: Morgan Hereford summer heifer
Best Havana: Sarah Miller calf 1st: Kim Schnipke
Klinger Dairy Feeder Calf Winner, Champion Hereford
Best Himalayan: Sara Heat six: Kyle Williams Female: Kim Schipke
Klinger Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd Reserve Champion
Best Opposite Himalayan: place, Heat Six: Tyler Hereford Female: Jon
Amanda Ewton McNall Germann
Best Holland Lop: Katelyn Dairy Feeder Calf Winner, Crossbred Jr. bull calf 1st:
Welch Heat Seven: Baylee Neate Austin Sorgen
Best Opposite Holland Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd Crossbred Jr. bull calf
Lop: Katelyn Welch
Devin Figley (age 4) listen to a story from Loretta Williams in the True Treasure Best Lilac: Morgan
Ministry Tent. Klinger
Best Opposite Lilac:
Layken Klinger Best Lion
Champion Junior Jersey 2nd — Carley Springer Austin Sealscott Head: Derek Biro
Female — Payton Curran 3rd — Tara Vorst Best Opposite Lion Head:
Reserve Champion Junior Swine Farrow to Finish Derek Biro
Jersey Female — Morgan Class 4 Drive B Farrow to Finish Champion Best Mini Lop: Allison
Curran 1st — Danielle Matthews Market Hog: Troy Patterson Hauter
Champion Senior Jersey 2nd — Devann Springer Farrow to Finish Reserve Best Opposite Mini Lop:
Female — Payton Curran 3rd — Catlyn Richey Champion: Troy Patterson Samantha Overmyer
Reserve Champion Senior Farrow to Finish 3rd place: Best Mini-Rex: Michael
Jersey Female — Morgan Class 5 Drive A Casey Patterson Butler
Pugh 1st — Austin Sealscott Farrow to Finish 4th place: Best Opposite Mini-Rex:
Champion Jersey Female 2nd — Joey Schier Logan Miller Michael Butler
— Payton Curran 3rd — Chase Clark Best Mixed Breed: Elijah
Reserve Champion Jersey Junior Fair Rabbits Wortman
Female — Morgan Curran Class 5 Drive B Champion Meat Pen: Joel Best Opposite Mixed
Champion Junior Holstein 1st — Calib Cunningham Germann Breed: Elijah Wortman
Female — Alyssa Bowen 2nd — Justin Overmyer Reserve Champion Meat Best Netherland Dwarf:
Reserve Champion Junior 3rd — Collin Thompson Pen: Sarah Klinger Samantha Overmyer
Holstein Female — Korey 3rd place: Justin Best Opposite Netherland
Oechsle Class 6 Drive A Overmeyer Dwarf: Derek Biro
Champion Senior Holstein Best New Zealand: Jacob
Female — Matt Oechsle Wortman
Reserve Champion Senior Best Opposite New
Holstein Female — Morgan Zealand: Ashley Knittle
Pugh Best Polish: Justin
Champion Holstein Overmyer
Female — Alyssa Bowen Best Opposite Polish:
Reserve Champion Hunter Gillespie
Holstein Female — Matt Best Rhinelander: Derek
Oechsle Biro
Champion Junior Guernsey Best Opposite
Female — Matt Oechsle Rhinelander: Derek Biro
Reserve Champion Junior Best Satin: Courtney
Guernsey Female — Matt Grote Photos by Dena Martz
Oechsle Best Opposite Satin: Carlee McCluer of Columbus Grove enjoys the bungee
Champion Senior Macie Preston jump.
Guernsey Female — Harrison Best Silver Marten:
Oechsle Katelyn Welch
Reserve Champion Senior Best Standard Chinchilla: Place, Heat Seven: Conner 2nd: Zayne Weck

Wishing Well Guernsey Female — Harrison
Joey Overmyer
Best Tan: Alex Campbell
McCleery Crossbred Jr. heifer calf
Dairy Feeder Calf Winner, 1st: Abby Poling
Pediatrics Champion Guernsey
Female — Harrison Oechsle
Best Opposite Tan: Alex Heat Eight: Morgan Miller
Crossbred Jr. heifer calf
Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd 2nd: Ronald Schumm
*Certified with The Reserve Champion Best Thrianta: Jacob Place, Heat Eight: Tyler Crossbred Sr. heifer calf
American Board Guernsey Female — Harrison Bradford Matthews 1st: Ronald Schumm
of Pediatrics Since 1992 Oechsle Best Opposite Thrianta: Dairy Feeder Calf Crossbred Sr. heifer calf
*Accepting New Patients Grand Champion Dairy Jacob Bradford Best Rate of Grain: Tyler 2nd: Adam Schumm
*Most Insurances Female — Alyssa Bowen Best in Show: Jacob Matthews Crossbred summer heifer
Accepted Including Reserve Champion Dairy Wortman Grand Champion Dairy calf 1st: Lucas Etzler
Medicaid Female — Morgan Curran 2nd Best in Show: Katelyn Feeder Calf: Kyle Williams Crossbred summer heifer
*Complete Welch Reserve Champion Dairy calf 2nd: Adam Schumm
ADHD Evaluation 2010 Swine Runner-up Best 4 Class: Feeder Calf: Morgan Miller Crossbred Jr. heifer year-
Showmanship Justin Overmyer ling 1st: Josh Miller
and Treatment Provided Senior Runner-up Best 6 Class: Junior Beef Breeder Crossbred Jr. heifer year-
1st place: Katie Vorst Courtney Grote Aberdeen-Angus Jr. bull ling 2nd: Abby Poling
2nd place: Kim Schnipke calf 1st: Lucas Etzler Crossbred beef cow 1st:
3rd place: Jacob Wortman Junior Fair Dairy Feeder Aberdeen-Angus Jr. heifer Abby Poling
4th place: Matt Ellie Rahrig, daughter of Tony and Carrie Rahrig of Results calf 1st: Tyler McNall Crossbred beef cow 2nd:
Allmandinger Delphos, proudly displays the fish she won at the fair. Senior Feeder Calf Simmental Jr. heifer calf Zachary Weck
Showman: Lauren Schmid 1st: Adam Schum Champion Crossbred
Intermediate Intermediate Feeder Calf Simmental beef cow 1st: Female: Josh Miller
1st place: Troy Patterson Showman: Tyler Matthews Adam Schumm Reserve Champion
2nd place: Jason Wittler 1st — Nick Leary 4th: Wesley Kroeger Junior Feeder Calf Chianina Jr. bull calf 1st: Crossbred Female: Lucas
3rd place: Adam Schumm 2nd — Nick Keber 5th: Ethan Culp Showman: Layken Klinger Lauren Schmid Etzler
Celeste Lopez, M.D. 4th place: Ronnie Schum 3rd — Dirk DuCheney 6th: Kaitlin Hallfeldt Champion Feeder Chianina Jr. heifer calf Supreme Female Overall:
154 W. Third Street, 7th: Kylee Agler Calf Showman: Matt 1st: Whitney Welker Josh Miller
Junior Class 6 Drive B 8th: Hayley Bradford Allmandinger Chianina Jr. heifer year- Reserve Supreme Female
Delphos, Ohio
1st place: Ethan Bonifes 1st — C.J. Mohr 9th: Joey Overmeyer Dairy Feeder Calf winner, ling 1st: Lauren Schmid Overall: Kim Schnipke

   (419) 692-WELL
2nd place: Trevor Gibson
place: Audrey

4th place: Laykin Klinger

2nd — Ryan Keber
3rd — Kim Schnipke

Class 7 Drive A
10th: David Slagle
Champion Doe & Litter:
Joel Germann
Reserve Champion Doe &
heat one: Ethan Kemler Champion
Dairy Feeder Calf 2nd Female: Lauren Schmid
place, heat two: Tanner

Chianina Female: Whitney
Senior Beef Showman:
Kim Schnipke
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work. The Delphos Herald LAMP REPAIR tached garage. Available
Farmers Association the same time every night. I appraised for $98,000
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screened in porches. advertising dept. can set Table or floor. soon. 419-692-3951
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1 BEDROOM apt. All utili-
080 Help Wanted
hours. I try to 8375 REDD ROAD ties furnished, and cable
Goat Show Results
Senior Goat Showmanship:
get back to sleep,
but it seems to Call to view this 3-4 bedrm., 2 ½ bath ranch home on
a 3 ACRE WOODED LOT, 60 by 40 recreation storage
outbuilding, must be seen, low util. cost, call CARL
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vision. Available immedi-
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Megan Hempfling take hours to RICKER: 419-235-2225. We are looking for an aggressive appliances, Remodeled 1BDRM DOWNSTAIRS
accomplish this.
and responsible person to own and Apt. in Ottoville. Includes
Intermediate Goat CLICK ON THESE: home. A great coun -
Showmanship: Logan Miller I know I often see operate their own guest delivery try home with a view! A 4 range and refrigerator.
the sun beginning Peter H. 218 S. FRANKLIN, $59,900.00 Landlord pays water,
bed, 2 Bath has a master
Jr. Goat Showmanship:
to peek through Gott, M.D. truck. Super security with a
227 WEST CLIME, LOT 51, only $19,000.00 suite with Jacuzzi tub and sewer, and garbage pick
Lucy Bonifas
Champion Goat
our curtains at 1214 PAMELA CIRCLE, $132,000.00
1206 HEDRICK ST., $137,500.00
growing company. Don’t wait; French doors with multiple
up. Rent & Deposit
decks, 2 car garage, new $ 4 2 5 / m o . Call
around 5:30 a.m., but I also this could be your opportunity
Grand Champion Meat
know I do eventually fall 527 S. MAIN ST., DELPHOS PLEASE RUN THE FOLLOWING of a lifetime!
cabinets, high efficiency
DISPLAY AD furnace,
C/A, 19206 State 2 BEDROOM, upstairs
back asleep, however briefly, RONd . , SATURDAY, 9/11/10.
D e l p h o s , apt.
Goat Female: Amanda Apply in person at MENARDS for rent at 227 N.
because when I eventually THANKS.
419-692-SOLD 419-586-8220. Pierce St. $550/mo. Refer-
Lobsiger awaken again, I realize I’ve Stop in and ask for Tim, Chuck, ences & deposit required.
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Lobsiger for breakfast/lunch. Apply 419-302-6017.
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Grand Champion Dairy anything? Or am I just as well 12:00-1:00 12:00-2:00 Restaurant, 301 N. Main
Photo submitted
Market Goat: Logan Miller off getting up and reading St., Delphos.
Pathfinders of 4-H Club did well at the Van Wert County Fair. Members and their livestock awards are, from left, Reserve Champion Dairy during that time? A beautifully restored & remodeled home with 100 year
2 bedroom apartment for
rent. Stove, refrigerator
Katie Vorst, Reserve Senior Showman of Showmen, Champion Showman in Hogs; Laura Schmidt, Dairy Feeder, DEAR READER: The
second place; Taylor Boroff, Showmanship Sheep; Erica Priest, Showmanship Horses; Sarah Klinger, Showmanship
Market Goat: Logan Miller
Boer Market Goat Class 1 amount of sleep people require
old doors, floors and trim. This classical home has 3
bedrooms, large loft and 2 1/2 baths. It also features
120 Financial included. Washer/dryer
hookup. (419)203-2216
Rabbits; Meagan Hempfling, Showmanship Goats; Matt Oeschle, Showmanship Dairy; Kim Schnipke, Champion 1st Place: Logan Miller varies greatly. In large part, it a new gorgeous kitchen, roof, furnace & windows. Too
Senior Showman of Showmen and Champion Showman in Beef; and Taylor Grooms, Showmanship Chickens. Boer Market Goat depends on age, health and much to mention. Must see to appreciate. LISTING!!! 604 W. 2nd
St., Delphos: 3 BR, 1
IS IT A SCAM? The Del-
620 Duplex For Rent
Class 1 2nd Place: Tyler physical and mental activity. Ph. 419-303-5206 or 419-339-1550 Bath, Vinyl sided home.
LISTING!!! 710 S. Main, phos Herald urges our
(Continued from page 9) Keber Champion Standard Pen of Jr. Fair Sheep Results Many people tend to
Delphos: 4 BR, 2 Car readers to contact The
Wollenhaupt Nice…..Asking $40’s. Garage, Fenced Yard. Better Business Bureau, TWO BEDROOM in Ft.
Show Steer Drive C: Kim Two: Thomas Lichtensteiger Senior Showmanship: awaken sooner than they Gary: 863-0011 or Lynn: Asking $70’s. Lynn: 234-

Jennings. Stove & Refrig-
Boer Market Goat Class 2 234-2314. (419) 223-7010 or
Intermediate Beef Schnipke Champion Waterfowl Brice Shulte would like to because of issues, 2314. FOOD PROCESSING 1-800-462-0468, before erator furnished. Washer/
1st Place: Logan Miller
Showman: Josh Ream Show Steer Best Rate of Project: Bryce Campbell I n t e r m e d i a t e recent events or medications Dryer hookup NO Pets.

OPEN SUNDAY positions available immediately entering into any agree-
Boer Market Goat Class 2 References and Deposit.
Junior Beef Showman: Gain: Carter Brown Champion Game Bird Showmanship: Sophia they might be taking. For 1:00-2:00 in Delphos area ment involving financing,
2nd Place: Daniel Patterson example, there’s the overdue business opportunities, or 419-453-3597
Tara Vorst Show Steer 2nd Best Rate Project: Sabrina Barnhart Wilson “Put your dreams in our hands”
Grand Champion Boer work at home opportuni-
Champion Beef Showman: of Gain: Justin Burnette Grand Champion Broiler Junior Showmanship: report, the uniform or slacks
800 House For Sale
st nd
Market Goat: Logan Miller
202 N. Washington Street Office: 419-692-2249  1 and 2 shift ties. The BBB will assist
Matt Allmandinger Grand Champion Steer: Meat Pen: Evan Williams Ryan Rager that must be picked up at the Delphos, OH 45833 Fax: 419-692-2205
 Temp to hire in the investigation of
Reserve Champion cleaners, coordination with Krista Schrader .................419-233-3737 Stephanie Clemons.......419-234-0940 611 N. Franklin, Del-
Champion Beef Feeder Matt Allmandinger Reserve Champion Broiler Champion Showmanship: Ruth Baldauf-Liebrecht ....419-234-5202 Judy M.W. Bosch ..........419-230-1983 phos: Price is reduced these businesses. (This
Boer Market Goat: Daniel a neighbor for transportation on this 3 BR, with fenced 805 Elida Avenue, Del-  Some heavy lifting notice provided as a cus- FULL REMODEL com-
Calf: Austin Sorgen Reserve Champion Steer: Meat Pen: Nick Leeth Taylar Boroff
Amie Nungester ................419-236-0688 Molly Aregood ...............419-605-5265
phos: 3 BR, Ranch in pleted soon. Can custom-
Patterson to a function, the dentist
Janet Kroeger ...................419-236-7894 Jon Moorman ................419-234-8797 yard and large garage. tomer service by The Del-
Reserve Champion Beef Scott Keber Grand Champion Pen of Champion Hampshire: Lynn Claypool: 234- great location. Priced to ize to you. 607 W. 7th St.,
Feeder Calf: Jordan Miller Two Turkeys: Clay Nofer Austin Sorgen appointment, brakes on the OPEN HOUSES SUN., SEPT. 12 2314. sell. Lynn Claypool: 234- Apply on line at: phos Herald.)
Delphos. 0 Down, Home
Horse Show Results car that should be checked or 2314.
290 Wanted to Buy Warranty, Free appli -
Dairy Steer Drive A: Kyle Junior Fair Poultry Reserve Champion Pen Southdown Ram Lamb: 1:30-2:30
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Williams Show of Two Turkeys: Hunter 1st Taylar Boroff 2nd Taylar 7510 St Rt 66, Delphos
2:00-4:00 Call 419-227-0113
age 9-11: Raegan Priest into bed in sheer exhaustion, Country ranch w/3BR, 2BA, 2 1/2 car att gar, family rm, Delphos schools,
Dairy Steer Drive B: Tyler Senior Showmanship Hamrick Boroff many updates! Between Delphos and Ottoville. Molly will greet you.
Western Showmanship, only to awaken at a most
Matthews Turkey Winner: Adam Rager Grand Champion Tom Champion Ram: Taylar
age 12-14: Lindsey Motycka inopportune time attempting 224 Buckingham Drive, Elida Raines 730 E. Third St., Delphos
$59,500. 2 BDRM, 1BA,
Dairy Steer Best Rate of I n t e r m e d i a t e Turkey: Adam Rager Boroff to resolve half the major issues
FIRST TIME OPEN! 3BR, 2BA ranch in Hunter’s Chase Community,
726 S. Main, Delphos: Jewelry Full basement, C/A, 1-1/2
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Gain: Abby Poling Showmanship Turkey Reserve Champion Tom Reserve Champion Ram: that lie ahead.
Cozy 2 BR with tons to of- car garage. Phone
age 15-19: Ericka Priest 3:00-4:00 fer at a great price. Lynn:
To Buying
Cash for Gold
Dairy Steer 2nd Best Rate Winner: Sarah Klinger Turkey: Macey Ashbaugh Austin Sorgen For some, there’s Or Selling” (419)303-3233
English Showmanship, 504 E. 7th Street, Delphos 234-2314.
Scrap Gold, Gold Jewelry,
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age 9-11: Jeanalle Bonifas 940 E. FIFTH ST., DELPHOS Silver coins, Silverware, Pocket
Grand Champion Dairy Turkey Winner: Trevor Project: Jessica Gamble 1st Taylar Boroff, 2nd Taylar prescribed. It’s dark, everyone
rm, bsmt. Judy will greet you.
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English Showmanship, age 438 E. Cleveland Street, Delphos 419-692-7773 Fax 419-692-7775 Watches, Diamonds.
Steer: Kyle Williams Neate Grand Champion Turkey Boroff else is sleeping, and you, by $98,000 after minor re -
Reserve Champion Dairy Senior Poultry Showman Project: Adam Rager Champion Ewe: Taylar
12-14: Leah Lichtensteiger
necessity, must trudge out of
Come see the updates just done in this cozy 2 BR, nice location, 1 1/2
car garage, bsmt. Krista will greet you.
our listings at: 430 E 5th St., Delphos:
3,200+ Sq Ft – 5 BR, 2 Sty
2330 Shawnee Rd. pairs. It’s a Great 4 bed-
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Steer: Tyler Matthews Winner: Sabrina Barnhart Boroff bed and get to the bathroom. WWW.TLREA.COM Brick Home in great loca-

VIEW ALL LISTINGS AND PICTURES ON OUR WEBSITE: (419) 229-2899 1 car attached workshop
age 15-19: Lindsey Mosier tion. Call Lynn: 234-2314. $139,000-Lincolnview SD
Performance Steer Drive Intermediate Poultry Junior Horse Speed Show Reserve Champion Ewe: By the time you make the WWW.SCHRADERREALTY.NET garage, Home Warranty ,
Champion Horse return trip and get comfortable
Tempting Vintage-style
A: Jordan Miller Showman Winner: Evan Cloverleaf Barrels, Age Austin Sorgen Focus on luxury living in this fascinating 4BR/2BA two- 746 W. Skinner St., Del-
Showman: Ericka Priest
300 Household Goods
phos, 419-586-8220
Performance Steer Drive Williams 9-13: Leah Lichtensteiger Champion Performance under the blankets, you’re well story nicely sited on 1.70 acres. Desirable amenities
Hunt Seat Equitation, age awake. This leads to finding a
include out buildings, large bedrooms and large porch. www.creativehomebuying-
B: Alex Brown Junior Poultry Showman Cloverleaf Barrels, Age Lamb: Logan Miller Spread-out space. Family room. (045)
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Performance Steer Best Winner: Riley Armstrong 14-19: Jessica Burger Reserve Champion NEW, QUEEN plush top
Hunt Seat Equitation, age of your arthritis, much tossing
$134,900-Van Wert SD FULL REMODEL com-
Rate of Gain: Joel Germann Champion Poultry Poles, Age 9-13: Leah Performance Lamb: Logan Deluxe Ambiance mattress, never used, still
14-19: Ericka Priest and turning, and a fervent Skillfully detailed brick Victorian. Revel in the reward- sealed in original wrapper. plete soon at 829 Moening
Performance Steer 2nd Showman: Taylor Grooms Lichtensteiger Miller St. Delphos. Can custom-
Hunter Under Saddle, age prayer that you can catch
ing character of this restored 3BR/2+BA two-story. Pri- $75.00. (260)220-1596.
Rate of Gain: Morgan Best Eggs: Kallie Gamble Poles, Age 14-19: Jessica Light Weight Market vate drive, 2 fireplaces. Foyer, big living room, private ize to you. 0 Down, Home
9-13: Lindsey Motycka another 40 winks.
340 Garage Sales
study. Large family room. (065)
Williams 2nd Best Eggs: Jessica Burger Lamb 1st Place: Lynette Warranty, Free appli -
Hunter Under Saddle, age You may suffer from Chad Wright 419-236-7143 ances. 419-586-8220
Grand Champion Gamble Speed & Control, Age Lloyd $52,000-Lincolnview SD
14-19: Ericka Priest insomnia -- difficulty going to Ideal Affordable Home!
Performance Steer: Katie Champion Bantam 9-13: Lindsey Motycka Light Weight Market
Western Horsemanship, and/or remaining asleep. This Enjoy the livability of this pleasing 2-bedroom single- 803 ERIE. Household
Vorst Breeding Pen: Taylor Speed & Control, Age Lamb 2nd Place: Austin condition can cause a person
level. Special residence offering great potential. Ga- items, clothes, new Hal- 0 DOWN, warranty, free
age 9-11: Paige Motycka rage. This lovable find puts you right at ease. (080) appliances, Remodeled
Reserve Champion Grooms 14-19: Jessica Burger Sorgen to awaken several times during loween costumes, riding
Western Horsemanship, Mike Reindel 419-235-3607
950 Car Care 950 Electricians 950 Lawn Care
home. A great country 4
Performance Steer: Morgan Champion Standard Cones & Barrels, Age Heavy Weight Market the night, awaken too early in
$49,900-Delphos SD mowers, Christmas deco-
Williams Breeding Pen: Sabrina 9-13: Lindsey Motycka Lamb 1st Place: Troy
age 12-14: Tianna Rager
Western Horsemanship, the morning, or be unable to GOLD Intriguing 1-1/2 Story
Hurry to see this comfortable 3-bedroom residence.
rations, entertainment
center, much misc.
bed, 1 1/2 Bath home
in Lincolnview school dis-
Show Steer Drive A: Matt Barnhart Conest & Barrels, Age Patterson fall asleep once retiring. CANYON OIL - LUBE FILTER Among its features are garage, city water and base- trict. Has new carpet,
age 15-19: Ericka Priest
Friday-Saturday 8-?
Allmandinger Champion Bantam Pen of 14-19: Jessica Burger Heavy Weight Market You may snore or have
RETIRED LICENSED ment. Here is everything you want! (102) paint, landscape, new
Novice Horsemanship, CANDLES Only $22.95* ELECTRICIAN NEEDS
Mike Reindel 419-235-3607 central air, water
Show Steer Drive B: Scott Two: Kelsie Preston Lamb 2nd Place: Nick Leeth sleep apnea. Snoring will $79,000-Spencerville SD 828 LIMA Ave.
age 9-19: Paige Motycka heater, new lighting, up-
Western Pleasure, age likely be reported to you by Gina M. Fox *up to 5 quarts oil
TO STAY BUSY TOP SOIL Intriguing Two-story
Experience the many delights of this updated 3-bed-
Thurs. & Fri., 9am-5pm
Sat., 9am-1pm dated plumbing and elec-
your wife the next day. I even 419-236-4134 FLANAGAN’S RESIDENTAL & room residence. This enticing vinyl-sided home fea- tric, some new
9-11: Lamille Dirham
have known people who wake C OMMERCIAL 419-339-6800 tures formal dining room. Walk-in closets, garden tub.
Zenith 32” console TV,
Antique printing press, windows, 19176 Venedo-
Western Pleasure, age themselves up snoring loudly. CAR CARE WIRING On S.R. 309 in Elida
Patio. New furnace & plumbing ‘07, new siding win-
dows & 1 car garage ‘09. (140) Adult-female clothes & cia-Eastern Rd., Venedo-
12-14: Lindsey Motycka Sleep apnea is an
“You’ve never tried a candle 816 E. FIFTH ST. DELPHOS WELDING Kris Stevely 419-302-2600 uniforms. cia. 419-586-8220.
until you’ve tried Gold Canyon.”
Western Pleasure, age obstructive disturbance
Ph. 419-692-5801
Mon.-Fri. 8-6, Sat. 8-2 ED PAXTO N
$83,000-Delphos SD
A Unique Appeal
15-19: Ericka Priest caused by the muscles in the 419-692-5193 Admirable 2-bedroom Ranch-type on a big, fenced Sat., Sept. 11th, 9am-4pm
Versatility Winner, age
810 Auto Repairs/
Delivery Available lot. Superlative touches in this renovated residence

9-19: Ericka Priest

back of the throat relaxing.
The disruption will affect your Life Tastes 950 Construction 950 Home Improvement 950 Transmission
include freshly painted interior, ceiling fans and work-
shop. Kitchen appliances included. (147)
Official size gymnastics
practice beam, TVs, com-
Reining, age 9-13: Lindsey
quality of sleep.
Because of the many
Good Again Barb Coil 419-302-3478
$149,000-Delphos SD
puter monitors, junior’s
size clothing, much more!
Eating Gluten Free Simplicity And Comfort
Reining, age 14-19: Jessica
possibilities, I suggest you
make an appointment with New Product Line
BUILDERS Geise Enjoy serene living in this distinctive 4BR/2+BA two-
story near schools. Irresistible home enhanced by high
ceilings and a formal dining room. Amply-sized. 3-car
Garage Sale
Midwest Ohio
Auto Parts
Trail in Hand: Jeanalle your doctor or a sleep-disorder Elida Health Foods ROOM ADDITIONS Transmission, Inc. garage. City utilities. (166) Mike Reindel 419-235-3607
• automatic transmission $39,900-Spencerville SD
2 Days Only
Friday & Saturday
Bonifas specialist, who can help sort 101 W. Main Street GARAGES • SIDING • ROOFING
BACKHOE & DUMP TRUCK 3 & 4 Season • standard transmission A Little Darling
603 W. 2nd St. Windshields Installed, New
Elida, Ohio 45807
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SERVICE Sun Rooms • differentials
Reward yourself with the intriguing possibilities in this
nicely-kept single-level. Fine residence offering garage 8am-3pm Lights, Grills, Fenders,Mirrors,
Lichtensteiger require less sleep than you M-F 10:30-5:30 PM, Sat. 10:00-1 PM
FREE ESTIMATES • transfer case and central air. Ideal buy for ideal living! (170) Foosball table, glassware, Hoods, Radiators

Trail, age 14-19: Beth once did. Mark Pohlman
REBATE on • brakes & tune up Chad Wright 419-236-7143 some clothing, kickknacks,
4893 Dixie Hwy, Lima
Army While waiting for an 419-339-9084 WINDOWS 2 miles north of Ottoville
$179,900-Spencerville SD
Splendid Is The Word
comic artwork from origi-
Cloverleaf Barrels, age appointment, continue your Attain a superb lifestyle in this resplendent 3BR/2+BA nal artists, movies, manual 1-800-589-6830
9-13: Leah Lichtensteiger pattern of retiring for the Jim Irwin cell 419-233-9460
419-453-3620 1-1/2 story nicely sited on 1.20 acres. Here is a cap- typewriter, tires & tools.

950 Tree Service

tivating residence. 3-car garage, fun pool, cozy fire-
evening at the same time your
Cloverleaf Barrels, age
wife does. Forfeit all daytime
Windows place. French door, sun room. (222)
Kris Stevely 419-302-2600 550 Pets & Supplies 840 Mobile Homes
14-19: Jessica Burger
naps. Eat at a reasonable time & Repair Retractable
$215,000-Lincolnview SD
Poles, age 9-13: Leah so your food can begin to
Roofing Specials POURED & Aluminum TEMAN’S
Vintage-style Opulence
For those seeking privacy and luxury, end your search A GREAT end of summer RENT OR Rent to Own. 2
Lichtensteiger digest before you climb in bed. FREE SEAMLESS GUTTERS CONCRETE WALLS with this 4BR/2BA two-story on 3.44 acres. Security puppy sale at Garwick's bedroom, 1 bath mobile
Poles, age 14-19: Jessica Refrain from caffeine in your
WITH COMPLETE ROOFING JOB Residential Awnings OUR TREE system. Bookcased library, high ceilings, designer de-
cor touches. Immaculate historical brick 2 story on 3.4
the Pet People. ALL pup- home. 419-692-3951.
Photos by Caitlin Eyth Burger diet after 5 p.m. Make sure 419-230-9231 & Commercial 205 S. PIERCE STREET SERVICE acres. (225) Bonnie Shelley 419-221-1519 pies reduced. Now starting

890 Autos for Sale

• Agricultural Needs at $59. 419-795-5711
The Jefferson marching band performed at the Van Wert County Fair Band Show Tuesday night. The band Speed & Control, age that your bedroom is quiet and
DELPHOS, OH • Trimming • Topping • Thinning $269,000-Spencerville SD
OR 419-647-2104 • All Concrete Work
419-692-4526 • Deadwooding A Hideaway Haven
performed “Livin’ on a Prayer” by Bon Jovi, “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond and “Don’t Stop Believing” by 9-13: Lindsey Motycka the television and lights are off Mark Pohlman Stump, Shrub & Tree Removal Here is an engaging 3BR/2BA Ranch on 6.34 acres. FULL BLOODED CKC
Journey. Speed & Control, age before you get into bed. Then if 419-339-9084 TOLL FREE Since 1973
Some of the highlights of this single-owner home are
out buildings, basement and kitchen appliances includ- Registered Blue Brindle
14-19: Jessica Burger it becomes too annoying, keep cell 419-233-9460 888-94-PATIO 419-692-7261 ed. Bright open floorplan. Two-car garage. (263) Chihuahua puppies $300.
Cones & Barrles, age 9-13: a book handy. This will either SPEARS Bill Teman 419-302-2981 Kris Stevely 419-302-2600 Bluffton area GENUINE
Lindsey Motycka entertain you, put you back Ernie Teman 419-230-4890 (567)266-1000 MOTORCRAFT®
LAWN CARE Hohlbein’s
Cones & Barrels, age
14-19: Jessica Burger
to sleep quickly, or awaken
your wife when you turn the
light on. That translates to
Total Lawncare & Snow Removal
22 Years Experience • Insured
Joe Miller
Construction Home
Aug. 29
Showman of Showmen two possible positives and one
Commercial & Residential TESTED
Participants aggravating negative! I wish •LAWN MOWING• Experienced Amish Carpentry Improvement L.L.C. OPEN SUNDAY 1:00-2:30 P.M.
Swine: Katie Vorst — you luck. •FERTILIZATION• Roofing,
Windows, Doors, MO ET
DU IC Av me BXT65-650
To provide related
pole barns, garages or
DE EL CE E ali dia With 100-month warranty
Reserve Champion •WEED CONTROL any construction needs. Siding, Roofing, • Trimming & Removal LED Y ab tel
information, am sending you
Dick CLARK Real Estate

Horses: Ericka Priest
Beef: Kim Schnipke — a copy of my Health Report •SIDEWALK & BED Cell 567-644-6030
Kitchens & Bathroom
• 24 Hour Service • Fully Insured

Grand Champion “Sleep/Wake Disorders.” EDGING
(419) 235-8051

Dick CLARK Real Estate

Other readers who would like •MULCHING & MULCH 709 Lima Ave. 23464 Pohlman Rd. 514 Dewey Some vehicles slightly higher
Dairy Feeders: Lauren Pole Buildings,
Installation extra.
a copy should send a self- DELIVERY Delphos • $149,000 Delphos • $239,500 Delphos • $133,000
Schmid addressed stamped No. 10
Garages Price valid with exchange.

Dick Clark 419-230-5553 Chuck Peters 419-204-7238 Bob Jettinghoff 419-204-5380 See Service Advisor for limited-
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Tomorrow’s Horoscope
Anticipation High as Ohio Valley Gold and Silver Refinery
By Bernice Bede Osol
Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010 tion to come up with the ideas. same for them.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - The AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)

Opens for Business Next Week in Lima!

Experiences are likely to come bargains are out there if you’re in- - Good timing can result in power,
in many shapes and sizes in the year clined to go shopping, and you should which you might get when two sepa-
ahead and will be both good and bad, be able to make some good buys. If rate avenues open up simultaneously
but they all can be used to expand nothing more, hitting the retail out- for you, placing you in the position
your vision and establish greater lets could prove to be fun. to effortlessly achieve what normally
stability in your affairs as the year takes two to do.
unfolds. Monday, Sept. 13, 2010 PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - By CHRISTINA BUTLER
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Adopting methods that are unassum- STAFF WRITER
You’re likely to be happiest spending Make your goals worthy and ing yet effective makes you a natural
your time on arrangements or proj- meaningful, and the routes you need leader. People will find themselves
ects you personally direct. Instead of to take will automatically open up following your lead without you lift-
waiting for someone to tell you what for you in the year ahead. If you are ing a finger or making demands. Been following the gold and
to do, take control yourself.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Wait
attentive and take advantage of your
breaks, major successes are in store
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
- Your past experiences hold many
BLONDIE silver market lately? Well if you have
until the other guy makes the first for you. of the answers to problems you are a jewelry box or lock box full of gold
move when it comes to negotiating VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - likely to be faced with. If you bank or a coffee can full of old coins you
something. You’ll know right away If you can fit some time into your on them to give you direction, things
where things stand, and you will bet- schedule to take care of an old family should go rather smoothly for you. should be according to Ohio Valley
ter comprehend what you’re dealing obligation, you’ll feel like a load has TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Refinery spokesperson John Miller.
with. been lifted off your back. The best Be willing to work hard, not just for
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - It time to do it is right now. the person to whom you have an ob- “The gold and silver markets have not
doesn’t have to be just a so-so day. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - Be- ligation to do so, but for yourself as
Plan something serene and special to ing both a visionary and a realist, well. The pride you’ll get from a job been this strong for over 30 years” said
do with someone who means a lot to your chances for personal achieve- well done will mean more than what Miller. Typically when the U.S. dollar
you, and you can turn it into a memo- ment look better than usual, espe- you’ll make.
rable time. cially if you team up with another to GEMINI (May 21-June 20) is weak and the economy is flat gold
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. accomplish a joint endeavor. - Live up to the commitments and and silver markets soar. “That’s good
21) - There is little need to be fear- SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - A promises you’ve made, especially
ful of challenging conditions. In fact, reliable friend will come through for those that seem hard to do, and it news if you are setting on a few gold
they could bring out the smarts you you to help you accomplish some- will substantially strengthen not only necklaces or an old class ring” says
didn’t know you possessed, to over- thing that was impossible for you to your worth in the eyes of others, but
come opposition and/or remove im-
do alone. It’ll get you out of a bind
from which you’ve been unable to
in yourself as well.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) BEETLE BAILEY Next week, starting Tuesday at
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. liberate yourself. - Before you start working on this
19) - Even though you might not be SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. week’s agenda, clean up all the odds 9am and every day next week through
aware of it, you could have more than 21) - Getting together with an old and ends left dangling from last Saturday, the Ohio Valley Refinery will
a few admirers observing you. This friend you haven’t seen in a long time week. With the debris out of the way,
favorable impression will occur from will be both stimulating and informa- it isn’t likely that anything will trip be setting up a satellite refinery right
just simply being yourself. tive. You could learn about some- you up.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) thing that will be extremely helpful LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - We all here in Lima at the Hampton Inn. Above • Refinery representatives will be on hand next week, starting Tuesday and continuing through
- In situations where you are more to you. need some pleasurable diversions During their 5 day stay, anyone can Saturday, to purchase all gold, silver and platinum items, as well as coins. Public welcome!
motivated to achieve something than CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) from time to time in order to keep
others might be, you’ll easily come - The way to gain the support of oth- doing what’s tough, but if you truly bring gold, silver or platinum items and
out the winner. Be single-minded and ers is to make your neediness known. want to feel good about yourself, try turn them in for immediate payment, from gold jewelry to sterling silver will be issued a number. Seating will Ohio Valley Refinery will open for
keep your eyes focused on the target. In fact, upon hearing of it, several not to engage in activities that are
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - pals will automatically offer help just foolish time-wasters. explains John Miller. “Just about flatware sets to old coins. I think be available. When your number is business Tuesday from 9am-6pm. The
Your successes can be considerably without you asking. You’d do the Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate, Inc. everybody has some amount of gold during this bad economy everybody called you will be escorted to a table event continues every day through next
enhanced simply by treating others
as you would wish to be treated. It’s or silver just lying around collecting can use extra money but most where your items will be examined, Saturday. No appointment is needed.
an old method, but it always works dust and next week anybody can sell people say they are taking advantage tested and sorted. This only takes a
out to be an advantage.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) SNUFFY SMITH theirs direct to our refinery. Typically, of selling direct to our refinery few minutes using their expertise and

If you go:
- Don’t think you have to live with selling direct to a refinery is reserved because of the higher prices we pay.” specialized equipment. Items will be
something that has been unproductive
for far too long. Use your smarts and for larger wholesale customers like During this special event anyone counted and/or weighed. The value of
ingenuity to make whatever changes
are called for to improve matters. jewelry stores, pawn shops, and is welcome to bring all types of gold, the items will be determined based on
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) laboratories,” says Miller. “We are silver and platinum to the refinery and up to the minute market prices. Live Who: ohio Valley Refinery
- If you care enough to be an astute Reclamation Drive
observer, you can learn something changing how business is done,” he turn it in for instant payment. The types feeds will be available at the event
about handling abrasive issues. Once explains. “We want to do business with of items they will accept include all displaying current market prices of
you see how easy it is to be a diplo- WhAT: open to public to sell
mat, you’ll never resort to a negative everybody so we took our business to gold jewelry; gold coins; gold ounces; all precious metals. If you choose to
response again. the streets. Our teams visits various dental gold; old coins dated 1964 sell your items, they will be bagged gold and silver.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Even though this might be a day of cities around the country hosting 5 day and before including: Silver Dollars, and tagged and you will be escorted When: September 14th - 18th
rest, you won’t be content with fail- events allowing the general public to halves, quarters and dimes; anything to the cashier to collect your payment.
ing to utilize your time and talents
productively. Plan to tackle a project take advantage of our services. The marked “sterling” including: flat ware Waiting time to sell your items may WheRe: hampton Inn
or to be of service to someone who sets, tea pots, silver bars, silver ounces range from just a few minutes to 1
needs help. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE turnout has been overwhelming,” says 1933 Roschman Avenue
CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Miller. “Usually each day is busier and all industrial precious metals. hour so bring something to read. Lima, oh 45804
Even if you have to take it upon your-
self to make plans for the entire fam- than the previous day. It seems once What should you expect if you If you are the owner of a jewelry
ily, do it. Others are looking to have people come to us and sell something, go to the event to sell your gold and/ store, pawn shop, dentist office or TImeS: TUeSDAY-FRIDAY
some fun and to do something differ- 9:00am - 6:00pm
ent, but they don’t have the imagina- they are so amazed by what an old ring or silver? Just gather up all gold silver a dealer you are encouraged to call
or gold coin is worth that they go home and platinum in any form. If you are ahead to make an appointment with SATURDAY
Saturday Evening September 11, 2010 9:00am - 4:00pm
8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 and start digging around for more and not sure if its gold or silver bring it in the smelt master to discuss their
WPTA/ABC NASCAR Racing Post Race Local telling relatives, friends and neighbors. and they will test it for free. When you special dealer programs. They can
WHIO/CBS Tennis 48 Hours Mystery Local
It’s like a feeding frenzy by the third arrive at the event you will be asked to be reached during refinery hours at ShoW InFo: (217) 523-4225
WLIO/NBC Parenthood Parenthood Parenthood Local Saturday Night Live
WOHL/FOX Cops Cops Amer. Most Wanted Local The Wanda Sykes ShowBrothers Local day. People line up with everything fill out a simple registration card and (419) 225-8300.
ION In Her Shoes The Family Stone Paid Paid
Cable Channels

Silver and Gold Coin Prices Items of Interest: Local Residents are
A&E The Glades The Glades The Glades The Glades The Glades
AMC Wild Wild West Wild Wild West
ANIM Dogs 101 Confessions Pit Boss Dogs 101 Pit Boss
ready to cash in!
BET I Do... I Did! Truth Hall Icons Trey

Up During Poor Economy.

BRAVO House House House House House Vintage Guitars:
CMT The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard
CNN CNN Presents Larry King Live Newsroom CNN Presents Larry King Live Martin, Gibson, Fender,
COMEDY Harold & Kumar Go The Slammin' Salmon Broken Lizard
DISC Into the Universe Into the Universe Invisible Worlds Into the Universe Into the Universe National, Rickenbacker,
DISN Deck Deck Wizards Wizards Phineas Hannah Deck Deck Wizards Wizards
Gretsch, Mandolins, Banjos International antique buyers
Heartbreakers The Soup Chelsea Fashion Sexiest
Collectors and
The government opened the first and others
College Football Score College Football
in town next week and ready
ESPN2 College Football College Football Baseball NASCAR
Enthusiasts in mints and began distributing the
Pocket Watches:
FAM Snow White Aladdin Richie Rich
coins in 1792. By the beginning of to stimulate economy!
X-Men: Last
Two Men Two Men
Two Men Two Men League
Iron Chef America
League League Lima with the 19th century, coins and paper Hamilton, Illinois, Waltham,
HGTV Divine Sarah Genevieve Block Color Spl House House House Genevieve Block
$200,000 to currency were wide spread and our Patek Phillipe, Ball, Howard,
Purchase Yours! monetary system was here to stay. In South Bend, Elgin and others By CHRISTINA BUTLER
FRANK & ERNEST 1933 Roosevelt required all banking Wrist watches: Omega, STAFF WRITER
HIST Hotel Ground Zero 102 Minutes-World Witnesses Zero Hour Hotel Ground Zero
institutions to turn in all gold coins. Accutron, Longines,
LIFE Sins of the Mother Reign Over Me Project Runway
By CHRISTINA BUTLER Once all banks turned in this Hundreds of phone calls
MTV Teen Mom Teen Mom Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Library Library STAFF WRITER Hamilton, Breitling and many from local residents this week to
gold, the president raised the gold
iCarly Jackson
Jules Verne-Isl
Big Time Lopez Lopez The Nanny The Nanny Malcolm
Got Coin? It might be just the standard from $20.00 per ounce to more the corporate office of the Ohio
The Ultimate Fighter
The Ultimate Fighter
My Boys My Boys My Boys My Boys
The Ultimate Fighter
My Boys My Boys time to cash in. Next week, starting $33.00 per ounce. This was his way Old paper money: United Valley Gold and Silver Refinery
TCM White Heat High Sierra Captain-Horn. Tuesday and continuing through of stimulating the economy during States, Confederate States, pour in inquiring about items to
Kate Plus 8
Lord of the Rings
Kate Plus 8 Kate Plus 8 Kate Plus 8 Kate Plus 8
Rizzoli & Isles Gladiator Saturday, the International Collectors the great depression. However, gold Blanket Bills, $1000.00 bills be purchased all next week by the
TOON Movie Scooby King/Hill King/Hill Boondocks Boondocks Fullmetal Kekkaishi Association in conjunction with the coins were never redistributed after and more team of antique buyers that is on
TRAV Steak Paradise Deep Fried Paradise Hamburger Paradise Sandwich Paradise Steak Paradise
Ohio Valley Gold & Silver Refinery the recall. Not all gold coins were site with OVGSR.
TV LAND M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Antique Toys: Trains, Tin
USA NCIS NCIS NCIS Covert Affairs Covert Affairs will be purchasing all types of silver turned in. Many folks during that The team of buyers next week
VH1 40 Greatest Pranks 2 Road House Hogan
and gold coins direct from the public. time didn’t completely trust the wind-ups, Mechanical Banks, are purchasing a vast array of
WGN MLB Baseball WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs The Quiet American
Premium Channels All types are welcome and the event government and chose to keep their Robots, Pressed Steel trucks, vintage items (see left) along with
Couples Retreat
The Last Samurai
Sherlock Holmes
Hard Knocks
Zane Zane
BIG NATE is free. gold. and many more coins, gold jewelry, and sterling
SHOW Everybody's Fine Quantum of Solace The Boys Are Back Collectors will be on hand to These gold coins are sought after War Memorabilia: Swords, silver items the refinery deals in.
©2009 Hometown Content, listings by Zap2it
Sunday Evening September 12, 2010 identify and sort your coins. Then the by collectors today and bring many Bayonets, Helmets, German, It is a Local shot in the arm for
8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 times the face value. Any gold coins
WPTA/ABC Funniest Home Videos Extreme Makeover The Gates Local
quality or grade will be determined. Confederate, Union, USA, and our economy. The spokesperson
WHIO/CBS Big Brother Undercover Boss CSI: Miami Local According to collectors I talked with, with the mint marks of CC, D or O for the event expects to spend
WLIO/NBC Football NFL Football Local Dateline NBC
the better the grade the more they are will bring nice premiums. Collectors others
in excess of $200,000.00 next
WOHL/FOX Simpsons Cleveland Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Local
worth. With the current silver and at the event will be glad to show you Local records reveal to
ION Pay It Forward Pay It Forward Paid Paid
week at the Hampton Inn paying
Cable Channels
A&E Criminal Minds Criminal Minds The Glades The Glades Criminal Minds
gold markets, high prices are being where to look. Other types of coins our research department that local residents on the spot. The
AMC Broken Arrow Rubicon Mad Men Mad Men Rubicon paid for older coins too. Any coins will also be purchase including: recent vintage guitar sold spokesperson for the company
ANIM The Haunted The Haunted The Haunted The Haunted The Haunted
minted in 1964 and before in the U.S. foreign coins, Indian head cents, two for $2400.00 and another for
BET Ditchdigger's Changing Lanes BET's Wee Popoff BET Inspiration explained that these collectors are
BRAVO Top Chef Top Chef Top Chef Law Order: CI Law Order: CI are 90% silver except nickels and cent pieces, half dimes, three cent
CMT The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard The Dukes of Hazzard $12,000.00 to a collector that paying collector price for vintage
pennies. pieces and buffalo nickels to name a
GRIZZWELLS will be tied into the event next items. It’s a great way for people
CNN State of the Union Larry King Live Newsroom State of the Union Larry King Live
COMEDY Jeff Dunham: Spark Jeff Foxworthy Larry/Cable Tosh.0 Futurama Futurama Futurama The coins worth is determined few.
DISC Earth Mediterranean Earth
by the rarity and the grade. Old silver Collectors warn people against week via live database feed. to get a great value for their items.
DISN Hannah Good Luck Jonas L.A Sonny Hannah Hannah Good Luck Good Luck Hannah Hannah
E! Kardas Kardas Kardas Kardas Kardas The Spin Fashion The Soup Kardas The Spin dollars are worth a great premium trying to clean their coins as
ESPN MLB Baseball SportsCenter SportsCtr
ESPN2 Basketball SportsCenter 2010 Poker 2010 Poker right now. Even well worn and heavy significant damage can be done and
FAM Cars Cars J. Osteen Ed Young circulated ones are bringing good the coins value lessened.
FOOD Challenge Food Truck Race Iron Chef America Cupcake Wars Food Truck Race
premiums. Franklin and Kennedy
Lien on Me
Handyman House House
Sons of Anarchy
Antonio Treatment
halves, Washington quarters and WE BUY Top Five Items
Mercury and Roosevelt dimes are all Items we will 10¢ & 12¢ To Bring
d Go
worth many times their face value. COMIC Gol ry l
HIST Pawn Pawn Ice Road Truckers Swamp People Cannibalism Secrets Pawn Pawn
While older types like Seated Liberty, accept include: BOOKS! Jew
el Co d
LIFE Mad Money Bringing Down Bringing Down Standing Liberties, and Barber coins Silver
MTV 2010 VMA Pre-Show 2010 MTV VMAs World 2010 MTV Video Music Awards are worth even more. Scrap Jewelry Coins
NICK My Wife My Wife Chris Chris Lopez Lopez The Nanny The Nanny Malcolm Malcolm
Gold coins are really worth a Dental Gold Sterlin et
Ghost Town
The Ultimate Fighter
The Ultimate Fighter
PEANUTS lot right now according to Brian g Pock s
Silver he
Sterling Silverware