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3RD ANNUAL OAKWOOD COMMUNITY BENEFIT DINNER & tian Life Fellowship Church PAULDING-PUTNAM ELECTRIC COOPERA-
AUCTION FOR MIKE in Greentown, IN and love to
WALK FOR DIABETES DELAGRANGE testify of God’s goodness and TIVE: FORWARD INTO THE FUTURE
Mike Delagrange, a gradu- “Amazingly, we have ex-
ate of Woodlan High School perienced much peace as the
Class of 1988, was diagnosed Lord has remained by our side
with stomach cancer in April at all times and has filled us
2011. A baseball sized tumor with the Truth of His Word.
was discovered in the stom- We are so grateful for the
ach and it had gone through ‘hands and feet’ of Christ (His
the stomach wall, filling in a children who love Him) who
large area above the stomach. have reached out and wrapped
After six weeks of chemother- us up in His unfailing love,
apy Mike was able to undergo agreeing with us that by His
surgery. All of the stomach, stripes, we are healed. We are
15% of the liver and 20 lymph so thankful to all our friends
nodes were removed. The small and family for standing by
intestine was raised up to the our side. We love you all so
lower part of the esophagus to much!”
reconnect the digestive tract. The Benefit Dinner and
All the cancer was removed. Auction for Mike Delagrange
Mike will undergo more che- will be held on October 1, By: Sue Knapp drive up window and delivery.
motherapy to ensure any stray 2011, starting at 4:00 p.m. at Paulding-Putnam Electric A room has been set up with
cancer cells are killed off. Woodlan High School, 17215 Cooperative in Paulding of- smart boards that can be used
Sandy Seibert and Sally Armstrong were organizers of this
Mike and wife, Christi, Woodburn Road, Woodburn, fered a demonstration and as a classroom. For example,
event. Pictured with them are the four children with type
have an eight year old daugh- IN. There will be live music tour of their new headquar- construction students can
1 diabetes, who participated in the event. Sandy is holding
ter and two foster sons: Jaylen, from 4:00-6:00 p.m., and an ters. George Carter CEO/ come in and learn the proper
Haylee Schnipke, and with them are (from left) Sarah Lewis,
who is two years old and Dale auction at 6:00 p.m. General Manager started out way to wire a home.
Avery Stahl and Landon Neate.
who is 17 months. They are For more information or by explaining the new facil- There is a wind turbine
planning to adopt both boys donations, please contact: Jim ity and the changes. “Pauld- and solar panel on the prop-
The 3rd annual Oakwood tual walk. All proceeds for later this year. They currently and Marie Delagrange 260- ing-Putnam is a state of the erty that does produce energy
Community Walk for Dia- this event are donated to live in Greentown, IN which is 632-4666; Melissa Freehling art facility incorporating the and is used for demonstration
betes was held on Saturday the American Diabetes As- one hour north of Indianapo- firstname.lastname@example.org; Jeff latest technologies in energy purposes.
September 24, 2011. With sociation. lis. Delagrange 260-493-4495; efficiency and renewable en- A demonstration by Peter
over 150 people in atten- Mike’s parents are Jim and Jayne Delagrange jayne. ergy.” Niagu, Energy Advisor for
dance, it was very successful. Missing pictures? We Marie Delagrange of Wood- email@example.com The new facility was built PPE, can go into a member’s
A free will donation lunch have a stack of pictures here burn. He also has a brother, with green energy in mind home and do an audit on how
and raffle prize give-a-ways at West Bend News from Jeff Delagrange, and two sis- CORRECTION and the introduction of the to make your home energy ef-
were held following the ac- ters: Jayne Delagrange and Smart Meter. Space was added ficient. He also demonstrated
previous publications. in for future employees and the new Smart Meter. They
Melissa Freehling. In last week’s paper, the
Mike and Christi own and press release concerning growth. The floors all have can bring your bill up and see
p a ir operate Kehrer Fish Com- Chase Stoller should have outlets for easy access and day by day how much electric-
Re Trusted Mechanical pany, selling fishing tackle read that Chase attends the can be replaced easily. It was ity you’re using and figure out
r da Repairs to bait shops throughout the Latty Apostolic Church and also designed with safety and if there is a problem. They can
fo is a member of the Antwerp security in mind with cam- tell if a transformer is over-
Af Midwest. Mike and his family
COMPLETE CAR/TRUCK REPAIR are active members of Chris- Lutheran Church. eras in the parking lots. There loaded and can make sure the
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OBITUARIES He was preceded in death There will be a private
by two brothers: William family burial services at a SCRIPTURE OF THE WEEK
Ernest Elsworth DeCamp, DeCamp and Warren De- later date.
96, of Grover Hill, passed Camp; and nine sisters: Sarah Donations may be made “Though I sit in darkness the Lord will be my Light.” —Micah 7:7
away Monday, September 19, Grunden, Esther Miller, Del- to Paulding County Humane
2011, at Vancrest Healthcare lie Pucket, Ethel Long, Bes- Society or Master Gardeners
Center of Van Wert. sie Price, Grace Mosier, Lucy of Paulding. Online condo-
He was born in Latty Adams, Velma DeCamp and lences may be sent to www. Eddie C. Shuherk, 83, of brothers: Andrew (Ruth Hulda Carlisle, Lydia Price
Township in Paulding Coun- Florence Daniel. denherderfh.com Cromwell, IN died peace- Ann) Gillett of Van Wert, and Faith Taylor.
Funeral Services were at Louis B. Miller, 57, of fully, with his beloved wife Leroy (Barbara) Gillett of Funeral services will
Brickner Funeral Home on Paulding County, died of 62 years, Barbara Anne Bryan, OH, and John Gil- be conducted 11:00 a.m.
September 22, 2011, with Rev. Wednesday, September 21, (Rhoad), by his side Thurs- lett of San Diego, CA; two Wednesday, September 28,
Paul Miller officiating. Inter- 2011 at Lutheran Hospital, day, September 22, 2011. sisters: Roberta Norling of 2011 at Den Herder Funeral
ment was at Middle Creek Fort Wayne, IN. He was born in Al- Oakwood, OH, and Lulah Home, Paulding, with Pas-
Cemetery in Grover Hill, We was born on July 30, len County, Indiana, May (Dick) Miller of Edon, OH; tor Mike Harper officiat-
OH. 1954 in Paulding County, OH 28, 1928, a son of the late eight grandchildren; 21 ing. Burial will be in Hedges
Memorial Contributions to the late Evelyn M. “Sis” Charles and Edna (Peffley) great-grandchildren; and cemetery, Paulding County.
may be made to American (Ashbaugh) and Berlin L. eight great-great-grandchil- Visitation is one hour prior
Cancer Society and Miller. On January 12, 1974 dren. to services on Wednesday.
American Heart Association. he married Cheryll (Foust) She is preceded in death Donations may be made
Condolences may be left Miller. by her parents; husband; in memory of Mrs. Verfail-
on our website, www. He had worked 31 years at a son, David Verfaillie; a lie to Den Herder Funeral
bricknerfuneralhome. Johns Manville Plant 8 in De- daughter, Virginia S. Schlat- Home. Online condolences
com or sent to fiance, OH as a shipping su- man; a granddaughter, Lau- may be sent to www.denher-
ty, OH, June 25, 1915, to Jo- brick nerf unera lhome@ pervisor. He was a 1972 grad- ra Hasch; and three sisters: derfh.com
seph Frank and Susan (Gatt- bright.net. uate of Wayne Trace High
shall) DeCamp who both Rex E. Boroff, 77, of School; was a member of the
preceded him in death. On
March 10, 1940, in Mt. Ea-
Paulding died Saturday, Sep-
tember 17, 2011 at Communi-
National Corvette Restora-
tion Society of Miami Valley
BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS
ton, OH, he married Hazel C. ty Health Professionals Defi- and Heart of Ohio; was also a
Mosier of rural Middle Point, ance Area Inpatient Hospice, Corvette Judge at many Cor-
OH, who proceeded him in Defiance, OH. vette car shows.
death on January 3, 1997. He was born October 28, He is survived by his chil-
He was a lifetime farmer 1933 the son of Clarence and dren: Amy (Eric) Hohen- Shuherk. He is also survived
in Latty Township and had Anna (Hertel) Boroff. On Au- berger of Walbridge, OH, and by his sister, Esther Mor-
worked at the Continental gust 3, 1956 he married Pau- Brett (Sarah Flynn) Miller of row; three daughters: Beth
Can Company in Van Wert. line V. Warner, who survives. Paulding. Seslar, Carol Shuherk and
He was a member of the He was a US marine veteran A private family grave- Cindy Shuherk; six grand-
Paulding County Farm Bu- and was a self-employed side service was held. In lieu children: Eric Seslar, Cas-
reau and the Ohio Farmer’s farmer. He was retired from of flowers, memorials may sandra Daniels, Josh and
Union. GM Power Train, Defiance in be directed to the family for Luke Parrish, and William
He is survived by a son, 1981, and was a self-employed medical expenses. Condo- and Walker Zupan; and five
Roger (Nancy) DeCamp of tree trimmer. He was a mem- lences may be expressed at great-grandchildren: Cole
Grover Hill; two daughters: ber of American Legion Post www.alspachgearhart.com. Seslar, Caitlin and Crosby
Marilyn (Paul) Hoehn of Ot- #341, Oakwood. Arrangements were han- Daniels, and Emma and Randi Jones, Linda and Harold Hasch, Anna and John Henry
toville and Diana DeCamp of He is survived by his wife, dled by Alspach-Gearhart Kyia Parrish. Kauser bring their animals for a blessing.
Grover Hill; Three grandsons: Pauline Boroff of Paulding; Funeral Home & Crematory, He was a carpenter, a
Larry (Patti) Hoehn of Bur- four children: Rex (Vicki) Van Wert, OH. restaurateur and an avid
Boroff, Jr. of Paulding, Linda Grace Florence Reynolds, Animals are amazing cre- Saturday, October 1 at 12:30
lison, TN, Steve (Jeannette) sportsman who loved hunt-
Hoehn of Ottoville, and Da- (Marc) Bloomstein of Las 82, of Paulding died Saturday, ations of God and the feast p.m. This event recognizes
ing, golfing, bowling and of St. Francis of Assisi is the the important relationship
vid (Heather) DeCamp of San Vegas, NV, Tanya (Gene) Ty- September 17, 2011 at Com- the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Antonio, TX; A great-grand- ler of Milford, IN, and Jamy munity Health professionals perfect time to celebrate the we have with God’s crea-
Eddie was a U.S. Navy vet- wonderful animals—our tures. The community is
son, Cody Hoehn; Four step- (Dan) Manson of Paulding; Inpatient Hospice, Defiance. eran. He lived a wonderful
great-grandchildren: Eliza- eight grandchildren; and two She was born August 19 companions in life. St. Fran- invited to bring their pet(s)
life and will be missed by all cis was a 12th century fol- to St. Paul for a brief wor-
beth and Bill Cook, Kristi great-grandchildren. in Hamilton, County, ohio,
He is preceded in death by the daughter of Avery and who knew him. lower of Christ and lover of ship service and blessing.
Hasty, and Lauren Calvert;
and a brother, Andrew (Joyce) his parents; and a sister, Bar- Maxine (Studer) Kinnett. She Service was September creation. St. Paul Lutheran Treats for animals and their
DeCamp of Grover Hill. bara Cline. was previously employed as 26, 2011 at Antwerp United Church, 601 Flat Rock Drive humans will be provided. If
an LPN by Paulding County Methodist Church, 202 E. in Paulding will celebrate you have questions, please
Hospital. River St, Antwerp. Memori- the feast of St. Francis with call the church at 419-399-
She is survived by her als are to Disabled American a Blessing of the Animals on 2320.
children: Greg (Janet) Ste- Veterans, Box 14301 Cincin-
vens of Chunky, MS, Steve nati, OH 45250-0301.
(Elda) Martens of Pauld-
ing, Vickie (Brian) Carter of
Condolences and fond
memories may be shared at
Payne, Sue (Stuart) Hirsch of
Fort Wayne, IN, Robert (Ve-
com Catholic Parish Mass
vette) Kermer of Payne, Mike Bernetia C. Verfaillie,
(Peggy) Martens of Denver, 86, of Paulding died Thurs- Schedule:
CO and Christa Williams of day, September 22, 2011 at
Paulding; 24 grandchildren; the Lutheran Hospital of In- Saturday – 4:00 p.m. – Payne
and six great-grandchildren. diana, Ft. Wayne, IN. Sunday – 8:30 a.m. – Antwerp
She was preceded in death She was born March 9, Saturday – 5:30 p.m. – Paulding
by her parents. 1925 in Van Wert County Sunday – 10:30 a.m. – Paulding
Private family burial will Ohio the daughter of An-
be held at a later date. Online drew T. and Viola Mae (Cot-
condolences may be sent to terman) Gillett. On January All You Can Eat
SpaghettiToast & Beverage
26, 1945 she married Lucien
A. Verfaillie who preceded
her in death on November Salad, Dessert, Texas
16, 1996. She was a home-
maker and was previously Thursday, September 29
employed by the Bargain 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Bin, Koin Laundry and the at St. Jacob’s UCC in Payne
former Grizzly Manufactur- Free-will donation
ing, Paulding. Sponsored by Flat Rock Masonic Lodge #580
She is survived by three Proceeds to Benet Special Olympics in Ohio
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AFFIRMING OTHERS’ the stencils on the workers’ MR. & MRS. NATHAN DOCTOR CELEBRATE LIFE IS DIFFICULT wicked; for they bring down
ABILITIES lockers said, “Dr.” and then suffering upon me and revile
the worker’s name. 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Winning the Battle for a me in their anger (Ps. 55:2-3).
By: Pastor Joel DeSelm, What was happening here? Generation Column by: “There are wicked people
Woodburn Missionary The workers in the mainte- Rick Jones, Defiance Area in this world. The psalm-
Church nance department believed YFC ist is aware of it as he writes:
Several years ago, a Cali- their work was important— Every generation has faced ‘Confuse the wicked, O Lord,
fornia aerospace company just like a doctor’s work is im- the prospect of calamity and confound their speech, for I
hired a motivational consul- portant. And because some- evil. With the onset of media see violence and strife in the
tant to examine and stimulate one affirmed them in such a and instant messaging, there city…” (Ps. 55:9-11).
its work force. The consultant way that they saw worth and is little down time between an “Three thousand years
interviewed one of the senior value in what they were do- event and its impact upon us. later, it’s the same thing. We
vice presidents who told him ing, their productivity and at- In his message the Sunday shouldn’t be surprised. Life
about a particular section titude improved. after 9/11, John Huffman said, is difficult. There are wicked
where production and perfor- I believe that success in a “Accept the fact that life is not people in this world. Some-
mance were extremely high. business, in a family setting, easy and that there are wicked times the wicked person is
Turnover and absentee- or in a church ministry can people in this world. someone else. Sometimes
ism in this department were be realized when each person “In 1978, M. Scott Peck I’m the wicked person. More
the lowest in the company. recognizes that he or she has catapulted onto the Ameri- often there’s a strange alche-
Morale was very high. What worthwhile gifts, talents, and can literary scene with his my in which there’s a mix of
seemed to puzzle the execu- abilities. But I also believe that best-selling book The Road wickedness and goodness in
tive was the fact that work encouragement and affirma- Less Traveled. It was labeled a both the other and in me.
done there was mechanical tion are the keys that unlock ‘new psychology of love, tra- “That’s why the apostle
and repetitive. the door to success. ditional values and spiritual Paul made it so clear in Ro-
This group of employees How can you encourage growth.’ I’m convinced the mans 3:23 where he wrote:
maintained the pipes in the and affirm someone today? key to its success was embod- ‘for all have sinned and fall
plant. Their job was checking Who in your own family can ied in the first sentence which short of the glory of God.’ We
temperatures and pressures. you encourage and build up simply reads: ‘Life is difficult.’ are all in this boat together!”
The delicacy of the equipment today? What work associate “Accept that fact, and For more information
meant that the pipes had to could use some kind words of Nathan and Carol Doctor Kent, passed away in 2008. everything else sort of falls about the work of Youth
work within strict tolerances encouragement? of Antwerp celebrated their They have six grandchildren: into place. We are fallen for Christ, you may contact
or expensive damage would To whom within your 50th wedding anniversary on Jennie, Nicholas, Amanda men and women living in a Youth for Christ at 419-782-
result. But why was morale so church could you jot a note to September 24, 2011. In honor and Charlene Resor and Ash- fallen world. The Psalmist 0656, P.O. Box 111, 210 Clin-
high? encourage them in their min- of this event, they left for a ley and Anthony Bradtmuel- nails it with these words: My ton Street, Defiance, Ohio
The consultant visited the istry and efforts? If we would trip to the Gulf Coast on Sep- ler. They also have two great- thoughts trouble me and I 43512, or email to: defyfc@
department and the foreman develop the habit of encourag- tember 25, 2011. grandchildren: Brionna and am distraught at the voice of embarqmail.com
took him on a tour. The con- ing, motivating, and affirming They have had three chil- Mercedees Resor. the enemy, at the stares of the
sultant noticed that all the others, the potential for suc- dren: Tammy (David) Bradt- Nathan and Carol live on
workers wore green surgical cess and increased effective-
mueller and Cindy Resor, the farm that has been in the
smocks. He questioned the ness would be limitless. both of Antwerp. Their son, family for 175 years.
foreman about it. Check out the maintenance
The foreman explained “surgeons” from the Califor-
that he got them from his son, nia aerospace company if you MR. & MRS. ROBERT PHILLIPS CELEBRATE
don’t believe me.
a cardiovascular surgeon. The 50 YEARS OF MARRIAGE
consultant said, “Oh, I see,
you wear the surgical gowns FELLOWSHIP CHURCH OF-
for comfort.” FERS FREE SERVICES
“No, no!” the foreman said.
“It’s because we are basically
like surgeons… very much
like my son. He takes care of
Starting October 4th, the
Fellowship Church will be
offering FREE blood sugar,
Flu Shot Clinic
the pipes of the body; we take blood pressure, neuropathy,
Antwerp Exchange Bank
care of the pipes of the plant!” and screenings. This free ser-
“The plant isn’t going to vice to the community will
have any breakdowns as long
305 S. Main, Antwerp
take place on the first Tues-
as we’re working on its ‘ar- day of each month from 9:00
teries.’ We take care of these a.m. – 12 noon. The Fellow-
pipes exactly the way a doctor ship Church is located across
Tuesday, October 4th
takes care of your heart.” from the Antwerp Pharmacy
Upon further investigation in Antwerp.
9:30 to 11:30 am
the consultant even noticed
In Memoriam Covered by Medicare Part B
Time goes on and so does our love for you both. (bring your card with you)
We miss you very much. For all others (18 and older) $20
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phil- 1 great-grandchild: Emerson.
lips will be celebrating their Robert is self-employed at time of service
Andy Berenyi • 6/13/50 — 9/27/95 50th wedding anniversary on with Phillips Used Tires of
Bill Berenyi • 6/17/26 — 6/12/05 September 30, 2011. Robert Antwerp, and Diane retired
Phillips and Diane Stumphy from BAE Systems of Fort
—The William Berenyi Family were married on September Wayne in 2006.
30, 1961 at Catholic Chapel Robert and Diane will cel-
U.S. Naval Air Station in Cor- ebrate their 50th wedding an-
pus Christi, Texas. niversary with a family din- 419-399-4080 ~ 800-741-1743
They are blessed with 4 ner hosted by their children. www .pauldingcountyho spital. com
Where can you ﬁnd a helping hand children: Brian (Katherine)
when you need it most? of Stony Brook, NY; Kathy
(Don) of Antwerp, OH; Ly-
nette (Steve) of Fort Wayne,
IN; and Bob (Danielle) of
They are the proud grand-
parents of 11 grandchildren:
Thomas, Sarah, Patrick, Brit-
tany (Grant), Taylor, Alexis,
Garrett, Nathan, Emilee, Alex
and Jared. And, they are the
proud great-grandparents of
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transformers can handle the
changes made in your home.
The old facility will be sold.
REHABILITATION SERVICES The new building is 72,000
Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapies
square feet and cost $75 a
to learn more call or visit us Online
square foot adding up to five
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An Open House for the
of Paulding public is scheduled for Fri-
day, September 30, 2011 at
199 CR 103, Paulding, Ohio 45879
8:30 a.m. with the ceremony
Tel: 419-399-4940 Web: www.thegardenspaulding.com
beginning at 9:00 a.m. All are
Part of the Peregrine Family of Ohio-Based Health Services Communities invited to attend.
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BAKE SALE & LUNCHEON OCTOBERFEST IN HICKS- is what we strive to do; teach BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT at Wayne Trace Jr/Sr High
FOR MISSIONS VILLE people how to be healthy.” School Lecture Hall. The
He says stress is a major Audrey Fay Reuille en- Presenter of the evening will
The Mission Ladies of the St. Michael’s Catholic contributor to a wide range of tered the world on Septem- be Rob Cunningham, Ph.D.
Paulding United Methodist Church of Hicksville is host- ailments that manifest them- ber 20, 2011 at 2:39 p.m. at former Director of Disabili-
Church will host their annual ing their annual Octoberfest selves through the body. Clin- Community Memorial Hos- ty Services, BGSU. This pre-
Bake Sale – Soup and Sand- on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at ical studies have shown that pital, Hicksville. Audrey sentation will examine some
wich Luncheon on Thurs- the church. mind body techniques can weighed seven and a half of the differences in the laws
day, October 13 beginning at For more information call reduce stress and effectively pounds and was 19½ inches that mandate services be
10:00 am. The menu includes 419-542-8202. enhance a person’s health. long. provided to students with
sloppy joe and hot dog sand- Programs at the Kachmann Audrey was welcomed disabilities, as well as some
wiches; chicken noodle, pota- PCRTA TO MEET OCT. 3RD KACHMANN TO SPEAK AT Mind Body Institute encour- home by parents, Lee and key terms and definitions
to and vegetable soups; chips, CMH age stress reduction by focus- Cindy Reuille and brother, used in the higher education
pie and beverages. There will The Paulding County Re- ing on proper nutrition, exer- Conner. environment. In addition,
be lots of home made baked tired Teachers Association Rudy Kachmann, MD, cise, relaxation, meditation, Audrey’s grandparents some of the accommoda-
goods available for purchase, will meet Monday, October will discuss “Mind, Body, and creative expression and social are Mark and Penny Reuille tions used most frequently
all for a free-will donation. 3, at 5:30 p.m. at the Paulding Wellness” on Wednesday, connections. Often, medical of Payne and great-grand- will also be discussed.
The church is located at United Methodist Church in September 28 at 11:00 a.m., patients utilize the services parents are Don and Linda There is no cost to attend.
321 N. Williams St. in Pauld- Paulding. Karen Walker, Joe in Community Rooms 1 and of the Kachmann Mind Body Reuille of Paulding and Pre-registration is preferred
ing, Ohio. The event is in Speiser, and Marge Rhodes 2 at Community Memorial Institute to supplement their Kathy Whitney of Payne. by contracting Cathy Ruiz,
their lower level Fellowship will speak on the National Hospital, 208 N. Columbus conventional treatment. Parent Mentor, 419-263-2512
Hall and there is an elevator. Testing Program. Dues for St., Hicksville, Ohio. This COFFEE & DESSERT PAR- (select opt. 4, Payne Elemen-
The public is welcome and in- 2012 will be collected. Mem- lunch and learn educational MR. & MRS. JIM HUNT ENT–PROFESSIONAL FALL tary bldg., ext. 454) or 419-
vited. bers should make reserva- session is geared towards se- CELEBRATE 50 YEARS OF TRAINING 399-4711, or email Cathy at
tions by September 28 by nior citizens, but anyone is MARRIAGE firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNITY HOT DOG calling Marcia Pressler at welcome to attend. There is Topic of the evening for Certificate of Attendance
ROAST AT MELROSE UMC 419-587-3651. no charge to attend this event, the Coffee & Dessert Par- available upon request.
Jim and Clarehilda Hunt
and a complimentary brunch ent–Professional Fall train- “Coffee & Dessert” Parent –
of Antwerp will celebrate Professional Training Series
The Melrose United Meth- DR. MILLER BENEFIT is provided by the hospital. A their Golden Anniversary ing will be “Accommodating
made possible by the Par-
odist Men are hosting a SUPPER nurse will also be on hand to on October 8, 2011. They Students With Disabilities:
ent Mentor Grant Program
Community Hot Dog Roast take and record blood pres- were married in Grover The Transition From High
on Saturday, October 1, at sure measurements. Reserva- School to College.” The ses- and Western Buckeye ESC,
Hicksville Christian Fel- Hill at the Church of Christ Paulding County.
6:30 p.m. the event will take lowship Church, 03672 Buck- tions are requested and can on October 8, 1961. Rev. sion will take place on Octo-
place, weather permitting, at skin Road, Hicksville, Ohio be made by contacting Lori at Cameron officiated and the ber 3, 2011 at 4:30–6:30 p.m.
the shelter house in the park- will host a benefit for Dr. 419-542-5560.
reception was at the Lyons
ing lot of the Melrose United Miller on October 7, 2011 at For over 40 years, Dr.
Rudy Kachmann has been a Club in Grover Hill.
Methodist Church. 4:00–8:00 p.m.
highly-regarded neurosur- They have two children,
Food will be hot dogs, Dr. Miller has had some
s’mores, marshmallows and geon. Dr. Kachmann founded Shelly (Rick) Burns and
medical problems. To help Joe (Mary) Hunt, and had
chips. Drinks include cider him and his family, a benefit the Kachmann Mind Body
and punch. Institute with a firm belief two foreign exchange stu-
supper has been planned.
Residents of Melrose Vil- The menu includes hay- that participation in the arts, dents through Youth for
lage and the surrounding stack, homemade bread, pie, yoga, meditation, and main- Understanding. Ana Maria
(Paulo) Buischi de Soveral Your Transportation Solution
area are invited to come join homemade ice cream. You taining a positive attitude are
church members for a time of may also make donations to keys to a long and happy life. from Brazil in 1972 and Buy Here... Pay Here!
fun and fellowship. Hicksville Fellowship Church Dr. Kachmann observes Pablo (Sandra) Coromina Apply online at www.superior-auto.com
Please bring lawn chairs at First Federal Bank in that the typical approach to from Spain in 1982. Both or contact Rachel, Dawn or Doug
and gather around the warm Hicksville. medicine today is centered exchange students have re- 1053 S. Shannon St., Van Wert • 419-238-7314
fire to enjoy the Autumn eve- on technology, with x-rays, turned and visited with the
ning. Have Something to sell? CAT scans, and MRIs serving family several times.
For more information as the primary basis for diag- Jim and Clarehilda also
contact Rick Noggle at 419- Classified ads are $7.50 for 20 noses that often lead to surgi- have six grandchildren: Kel-
594-3411. words or less and only $.15 for cal solutions. Dr. Kachmann sea and Kayla Burns, Katie
each additional word. believes that the missing ele- Hunt, Deborah Soveral in Don’t let the road construction hinder you from visiting us, we are open!
ment in this technology-fo- Brazil and Lara and Juan
cused approach is the failure Coromina in Spain.
Mullen Archery to account for the incredible
power the mind has over a
The couple celebrated
their anniversary early by
& Gun Shop person’s well-being.
“We are dedicated to bring- going to Brazil in May and
Rd. 171, Oakwood, OH 45873 visiting Ana and her family.
ing wellness to the commu-
1-800-248-6625 They traveled to the north of
Flu? Not You!
nity,” states Dr. Kachmann. “I
believe that the vast majority Brazil and spent a few days
of people who go to a doc- in Rio de Janerio.
SALE ON ALL tor are actually in need of a
coach. It is interesting that the
Their children are host-
ing an open house on Sat-
Protect yourself and your family.
GUNS & CROSSBOWS Latin origin of the word “doc-
tor” means “teacher,” and that
urday, October 1, 2011
from 2:00–5:00 p.m. at the
Antwerp United Method-
ist Church Fellowship Hall.
WOODBURN LUTHERAN SCHOOL Friends and family of Jim
BENEFIT DINNER / AUCTION and Clarehilda are invited
to come. In lieu of gifts, they
have requested bringing
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH non-perishable food items
(Woodburn Lutheran Gymnasium, 4502 ST RT 101, Woodburn, IN.) to help fi ll the Community All patients welcome in all locations. In addition to the
Food Pantry, if you so wish. special clinics listed below, all family physicians will
DOORS OPEN @ 4:30 DINNER @ 5:30 AUCTION @ 7:00 also offer flu shots by appointment during normal
B.F. GOODRICH RETIREES business hours. Cash price for flu shots $26. Insurance
Dinner Provided by - Wedding Dreams by Linda Grant is also accepted. Everyone 6 months of age and older
should get a yearly flu vaccine. For more information
Auctioneers - Schrader Real Estate - Jerry Ehle / Max Woebbeking on who should receive the flu vaccine and why please
B.F. Goodrich retirees visit www.cdc.gov/flu or call your physician’s office.
Cost $20 Per Person breakfast will be held at the
Vagabond Restaurant on
Come and bid on this 2000 lb., single October 1 at 9:00 a.m. Come HICKSVILLE CLINIC
join the fellowship and have a Location: Dr. Miller’s Office, 208 N. Columbus St., 419-542-7718
axle, with ramp gate, trailer donated by
good time. Dates: Weekly flu shot clinics Monday - Thursday (Sept 26 -
Bridge Mfg. , Woodburn ($600 value). Oct 31) from 7:30 AM - 12 PM
Other quality items include labor to in- CHRISTMAS FOR KIDS
stall 25 sq. of siding or roof by Dewayne BENEFIT SOFTBALL TOUR- SPECIAL EVENING CLINIC
October 5 and Oct 19 from 4 PM - 8 PM.
Graber ($2000 value), Vera Bradley, signed NAMENT @ RESERVOIR
sports memorabilia, gift certificates, pony PARK SPECIAL SATURDAY CLINIC
Oct 8 and Oct 22 from 8 AM - 12 PM.
rides for a birthday party, water softener
Christnas For Kids benefit
and purifier, futon bunk bed, jewelry ar- softball tournament will be ANTWERP CLINIC
moire, custom made fishing rod, baked held on October 8th at Pauld- Location: Dr. Wiley’s Office, 422 W. River St., 419-258-5195
goods, Cherry Hill/Autumn Ridge golf ing Reservoir Park. Mens Date: Oct 12 from 8 AM - 2 PM
passes, and much, much more - other and Coed (need at least three
women per team) tourna- EDGERTON CLINIC
items being collected daily. ments will be played. Pro-
Location: Dr. Kooistra’s Office, 104 S. West St., 419-298-2458
ceeds to benefit Christmas
If you would like to donate an item or make a donation For Kids. Dates: Sept 30 and Oct 14 from 8 AM - 12 PM
please contact Stephanie or Sally at Woodburn Lutheran For more information,
School / 632-5493. Proceeds from this event will be used please call Ron at 419-399- HARLAN CLINIC
to repair the roof and to purchase desks and/or smart boards 2981 or ronzneonz@hotmail. Location: Dr. Water’s Office, 18218 St. Rt. 37 E., 260-657-5159
for the classrooms. Any donation would be greatly appreci- com. Deadline to enter is Oc- Dates: By regular appointment.
ated! tober 5th.
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BILLY METZGER’S JOUR- gry—that was our best meal to be generous with the food to be back on the trail going and fellow as a model for El but about 200 yards.
NAL CHAPTER 25: ON EAST for a long time. for the animals, as it had been west by March 1, 1850. Well, Paso Sam Rivers. It was cold and dark, he
TO FORT KEARNEY We all slept in my wagon a long hard day. yes, but we are still in Ft. Ke- I joined the outfit in a little had on winter underwear, his
and we talked until way af- The old timer remembered arney and it is January 17th. farm community called Re- O.D.’s—that’s winter clothes
By: Stan Jordan ter dark. Slim said, “We have us from before and said, “I’m It is very cold right now here nange which was in Northern plus his tanker’s zipper jacket
I haven’t written for a enough beans for another glad to see you boys for more and we wait a couple days for France. Well, Luxembourg and litter winter hat and hel-
couple days, too much excite- meal but no more biscuits.” reasons than one. I know you the temperature to get more and Alsace Loraine are all in met. While he was walking or
ment, I guess. Well, let me We traveled a couple days left the gold fields and are back to normal. that part of Europe and I don’t running he was plenty warm,
start back on the day we met heading for Fort Kearney. It heading for Independence, We left on January 19th know how good my memory but soon cooled off when
with Limping Buffalo… can’t be too far, but the sky Missouri and that is a long for Missouri, we will have to is. Now don’t forget this was he stopped. This went on all
After Sam and I went over looks very ominous and it trip. I’m glad you’re here be- push right along and average told to me by our tank driv- night and at daylight he found
to meet with the Indians, started to snow with a little cause I predict we are in for a 10 miles each day. It can be ers—it is not my experiences. a culvert that went under a
Slim got out my oil burner wind out of the north. big blow of extra cold weather. done. Floyd said in that area of road. It had weeds and junk
and made coffee for Hiram It was snowing a little Tomorrow morning won’t be It was down to zero in the the Ardennes and the Snee around the entrance of the
and himself and the two In- harder and Slim said, “Kear- too cold but the next morn- morning when we left Ft. Ke- Iffel, the American Troops big tile and he didn’t disturb
dians. ney has to be just up the road ing it will be close to twenty arney, but that is better than were spread awfully thin. The any of it. He got down on his
The Indians, after a fash- so let’s forego lunch and just below and that will stay for a 18 below. There are drifts Army thought the Germans hands and knees and backed
ion, liked the coffee but had keep driving until we get to few days.” around but the trail is open and the U.S. would settle into this big drain tile, he said
to be told a number of times Kearney.” This old feller was just full pretty good. The Wells Fargo down and wait until spring to it was about 30 inches high.
it was hot. They were really Well, that sounded pretty of bad news, but he was wor- Stage Line leaves a good trail. start hostilities again. He stayed there all day while
amazed at the little oil stove good and we all agreed we ried about us and was plenty It is 21 miles to the next stop Well, the Germans started the traffic went by overhead.
after they saw how quick and could get off the trail and rest glad to see us pull in. going east and that will be our a big push on December 16th After awhile he just had to
easy it was. The offered two up. He also said to bring in goal for tonight. and the Americans were not relieve himself and he had to
Indian ponies for it. Well, that’s not as easy your bucket of grease so it Next week: Action Along prepared for it. For instance, lay there in the hiding place
After they had their coffee, as it sounds. It was snowing will stay warm and pliable— the Little Blue the tank outfit had not been and do it. It felt very good and
Sam took a large kettle and so hard that each one of us in cold weather it will set up See ya! resupplied—no gas or field warm but soon turned to cold
put in soup beans and a large walked ahead and held on to like tar and you can’t use it. rations. The Americans had and ice.
amount of jowl bacon that the harness of the left hand We all shook hands with THE FLOYD WILLIAMS nothing but small arms, little When night came he
he had bought back at North animal to help keep on the him and he said the hotel was STORY PART 1 of that, or ammunition. slipped out and started west
Platte and then boiled it for trail. full, but maybe we could sleep Floyd said his tank stopped to our lines and he stayed a
about six hours. We kept this up for hours in the big main room on the By: Stan Jordan and he coaxed it off the road. distance from the road and
When Sam and I returned, and we all thought that Ke- floor, where the big fire place Dear readers and friends, All the men left the tank. The walked and ran and rested.
the boys had fed and cared for arney had disappeared. We is. The following story is all Krauts were coming down the This went on all night with a
the animals and had all the walked and squinted into The old timer was right, true and I’ve had it in my head road. Floyd said the bullets lot of big fires in the distance.
work done. We were all very the snow and after awhile it the clerk said for us to bed for over 66 years and maybe I were as thick as bumble bees. All kinds of rumbling from
tired and hungry. got dark, but the white snow down in front of the fire place might miss a little of the facts, We dived behind the blade on the artillery. But he didn’t
Oh, but that bean soup made it sort of light. and it would be our job to but I don’t think so. the front of his tank. The bul- see anyone nor was he seen.
was good! Slim had some The fort finally showed up keep the fire going. I was not in The Battle of let just bounced off the blade When it got a little light he
biscuits that were very good and we stopped at the main The dining room was the Bulge. I was a replace- and he laid in there until all looked for another place to
after they soaked in the soup gate. The guard said, “Are you about empty as it was about ment in a tank outfit for the the action had moved on and hide during the day light.
for awhile. the 3M Wagon Train?” 9:00 p.m. We four had a nice boy who was captured and he was behind the German He spotted an old chicken
We sat out in the waning He said, “A Pony Express table in the center of the din- became a prisoner of the lines. house on the edge of town. It
sunlight with our backs to the rider stopped about three ing room and we could really Germans. This story was told He remembered to the east had weeds all around it and
wind. We all had two bowls of days ago and said he had stretch out and talk without to me a couple times by our was Germany and the west some broken windows and
beans and two pieces of hard passed you. So we knew you any interference. tank driver. He was T-4 Floyd was the Allies, but he had to certainly looked like it was
tack and two coffees each. Oh, were coming and about due.” We asked the lady what Williams of Como, MS. Yes, go around the Kraut Army to unused. He sat and laid in it
what a feast, we were so hun- The livery stable man was she had left and she said, “I you’re right, you have heard get to safety. He crawled out all day and never was found
still on duty and I asked him have a good supply of boiled of that town. In my story on of that place after dark and at all. He was too tired and
dinner to start with and also a Billy Metzger I use that town went parallel to the highway, (Continued on Page 6)
lot of apple cobbler left.”
DOG FOOD FOR SALE We did away with both of
those items and we just sat
and talked because the day
Available at: had been difficult and we dis-
SMALLEY’S BODY SHOP cussed the weather report.
We went into the big room
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man and he again said that it
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wagon and we don’t worry
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WOODLAN BRINGS DOWN ARCHERS LATTA LETTER TO AUDITIONS SOUGHT FOR
OHIO HAS TALENT
LADY PANTHERS WIN AGAINST CG
PRESIDENT OBAMA ON
OZONE STANDARDS Auditions are being sought
for a statewide talent show
On September 19th, Con- now in its fift h year, held in
gressman Bob Latta (R- Van Wert called “Ohio Has
Bowling Green) sent a letter Talent.” The show features
to President Obama asking acts competing for cash prizes
him to support his amend- based on audience votes. Pro-
ment to the Transparency in ceeds from the show benefit a
Regulatory Analysis of Im- nonprofit hospice organiza-
pacts to the Nation (TRAIN) tion.
Act, H.R. 2401. The amend- Auditions will be held No-
ment would ensure that the vember 4th and 5th in Van Wert
Environmental Protection and are limited to the first 50
Agency (EPA) Administra- applicants with the final 18
tor is able to consider eco- acts selected to perform in
nomic costs when updating the show on March 31, 2012
the National Ambient Air at the Niswonger Perform-
ing Arts Center of Northwest
Ohio. Deadline for audition
Congressman Latta’s let- applications is October 17.
ter comes after President There is no cost to audition or
Obama told the EPA to back perform.
down from implementing Winners from the show
new ozone rules. In a state- will be awarded cash prizes of
ment President Obama said, $500 (first place), $250 (sec-
“I have continued to under- ond place), $100 (third place).
score the importance of re- Audition applications, infor-
ducing regulatory burdens mation and video of previous
and regulatory uncertainty, performances are available
particularly as our economy at www.comhealthpro.org/
continues to recover. With Ohio_has_Talent.php or by The Lady Panthers took Columbus Grove Tuesday, Septem-
The Lady Warriors went to Antwerp for volleyball and won that in mind, and after care- searching Ohio Has Talent on ber 20 at a home volleyball event. The game last 5 matches
in 3 rounds against the Archers. Shown here is Antwerp ju- ful consideration, I have re- Facebook and YouTube. with Paulding finishing on top (25-23, 11-25, 25-22, 21-25, 8-
nior Lydia Yenser blocking Woodlan sophomore Morgan quested that Administrator 15). Shown here is sophomore Sierra McCullough and senior
Spencer’s spike, with Lauren Braaten and AJ Stuck support- [Lisa] Jackson withdraw the (Continued from Page 6) Jessica Farr rising to challenge the block! More pictures at
ing their teammates. More pictures at www.westbendnews. draft Ozone National Ambi- www.westbendnews.net
net ent Air Quality Standards at scared to sleep. He was still
this time.” nervous as he told me this. It
The Lady Archers played Rachel Colley – 9 kills, 13 was only about three weeks
The TRAIN Act would
host to the Woodlan Lady assists ago.
require an interagency com-
Warriors in High School Katie Bissell – 7 assists He had room to move
mittee to analyze the cumu-
volleyball action on Septem- Ashlee Smith – 4 kills, 3 around and thank goodness,
lative economic impacts of
ber 22nd. digs he had a package of K-ra-
certain environmental reg-
The varsity Archers fell Antwerp JV won in 3. tion toilet paper in his jacket
ulations in an effort to bet-
in three: 22-25 W, 20-25 W, Varsity Record now pocket. He also had one of
ter understand how these those K-ration chocolate bars
9-25 stands at 3-8.
policies affect American that he made to last two days.
manufacturing, global com- They are as hard as cement.
Alexis Jones – 16 digs, Be sure to tell the busi- petitiveness, energy prices, Next week: Part 2 More
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Program. Students from
grades K-6th are taking part HOMECOMING RESULTS FOR
in the opportunity to learn
about science and technol-
PAULDING & WOODLAN
ogy while incubating fertil-
ized chicken eggs into cute
fluff y chicks at the end of 21
days. Students will be taking
part in experiments as well
as monitoring the chickens
as they begin to develop in
the eggs. This program gives
students the opportunity to
explore and see agriculture
up close and in person. At
the conclusion of this pro-
gram, students get to take a
virtual tour of an egg farm
and actually see how the
WAYNE TRACE JR/SR HIGH eggs are packaged and sent
ANNUAL FALL AWARDS to grocery stores around the
The incubation equip-
The annual Fall Awards ment being used was made
Ceremony was held at Wayne possible by a grant from
Trace Jr/Sr High School on Cooper Farms and The Mar-
Tuesday, September 13, 2011. shall Memorial Supporting
This program honored stu- Foundation.
dents based on their cumu-
lative GPA at the end of the WARRIORS SCORE RECORD
2010-2011 school year. POINTS
1st Year Academic Letter:
Front –Seniors: Zach Cot- By: Jeff Abbott
terman, Gary Klopfenstein, Woodlan found the win
Kari Myers, Sadie Wasser- column, racking up a team
man, Emily Molitor, Aus- record 69 points, at Prairie
tin Scheiner, Stephen Van Heights. The Warriors’ previ-
Vlerah. ous team scoring record was Paulding took on Greenville for their homecoming game
Row 2 – Juniors: Jonathan set in 1971 with 67 points. Friday, Sept 23. The game started with both scoring quickly
Harper, Staci Wenninger, Ka- The Panthers led 10-0 over in the first quarter. The final score was 20-27 with Greenville
leigh Young, Emma Schmidt, Woodlan when the Warriors on top. Shown here is senior Anthony Arellano scoring the
Courtney Seffernick, Tyler scored the next 21 points, all first touchdown for Paulding. More pictures at www.west-
Ruiz. in the first quarter, to take the bendnews.net
Row 3 – Sophomores: lead for good. Brock Hines
Kendall German, Rachel burned the Panthers defen-
Kreischer, Matthew Klopfen- sive secondary for 409 pass-
stein, Maddie Baumle, Madi ing yards in the game and six
Poling, Haley Linder, Libby touchdowns. T.J. Sewell, Alex
Stabler, Sean Durre. Emenhiser, and Cody Zink
Back – Sophomores: Jake were each the recipients of
Gerber, Jared Sherry, Maddie two TD passes from Hines.
McClure, Janey Janka, Abigail Hines also added six PATs in
Shepherd, Sylvia Young. the game for Woodlan. Sewell
2nd Year Academic Letter: had 153 receiving yards in the
Front – Seniors: Christian game and Emenhiser had 96
Raab, Ryan Jewell. yards.
Row 2 – Juniors: Adrean Woodlan – 26 17 20 6=69
Ross, Andrea Scharf. Prairie Heights – 17 0 0
Back – Juniors: Andrew 16=33
Moore, Grady Gudakunst. PH – Corey Johnson, 38yd
3rd Year Academic Letter: field goal
Front – Seniors: Rachel PH – Joey Barry, 79yd pass
Long, Kelly Zartman, Megan from Woody Riha (Spencer
Mark your calendar & visit Payne’s Pierce, Sarah Feasby. High kick)
Back – Seniors: Tyler Ar- W – T.J. Sewell, 65yd
HauntedHouse nett, Reuben Stoller, Peter
DIVINE MERCY STUDENTS
pass from Brock Hines (kick
W – Brad Nelson, 6yd run
(Brock Hines kick)
Downtown @ 119 N. Main KICK OFF THEIR SCHOOL W – Alex Emenhiser, 34yd
Oct 28 & 29 – 7:00 pm
pass from Brock Hines (Brock
YEAR WITH 4-H CHICK Hines kick)
QUEST PROGRAM! PH – Woody Riha, 16yd Woodlan also had their homecoming Friday, September 23
Halloween Weekend By: Staci Hiler, 4-H Pro-
gram Assistant, Paulding
run (Spencer High kick)
W – T.J. Sewell, 24yd
pass from Brock Hines (kick
against Garrett. Woodlan started the game well in the first
half being on top for much of it. The 2nd half Garrett took
the lead. Woodlan scored another goal right at the end of the
$5 Donation County Extension failed) game, but it wasn’t enough to pull in the win. Final Score: 35-
16. Shown above is Warrior sophomore John Sefton strug-
Divine Mercy Catholic W – Cody Zink, 61yd pass
School has teamed up with from Brock Hines (Brock gling to withstand the tackle. More pictures at www.west-
* Interested in helping? the Paulding County 4-H bendnews.net
Contact Matt Saylor* Hines kick)
Program to begin its school W – Brad Nelson, 1yd run
419-263-2371 year with the Chick Quest (Brock Hines kick) W – Brock Hines, 24yd Beckman, Logan Bradford,
field goal Blake Dobbelaere, Ben Estle,
W – Alex Emenhiser, 7yd Noah Johnson, Alex Keysor,
pass from Brock Hines (Brock Corbin Kohart, Ethan Let-
Hines kick) so, Drew Lumpkins, Brian
W – Cody Zink, 68yd Matson, Ben Stuck, Joshua
fumble recovery (Brock Hines Trausch and Coach James
W – Cody Zink, 2yd pass
from Brock Hines (kick ANTWERP LOSES TO
PH – Spencer High, 9yd
run (Spencer High run) The Antwerp varsity vol-
PH – Bobby Blum, 26yd leyball team lost in a match
run (Bobby Blum run) up with Tinora on September
W – Nathan Brown, 68yd 20: 14-25, 18-25, 26-28
run (kick failed) Archer stats:
AJ Stuck – 10 kills, 14 digs
PAULDING SOCCER WINS Jessica Langham – 6 kills
OVER GLANDORF Emily Hamman – 3 kills,
Last night, September 19, Ashlee Smith – 10 digs
Defiance Bryan Napoleon Van Wert Bowling Green Holland the Paulding County Soccer Alexis Jones – 8 digs
419-782-6016 419-636-3633 419-592-8778 419-232-4681 419-353-7600 419-867-6778 Club’s U-12 Boys team ral- Rachel Colley – 9 digs
lied in the fourth quarter to Alex North – 9 digs, 14-14
a 2-1 victory over Glandorf. serve receive
Winning team consisted Lydia Yenser – 3 blocks
of Andrew Adams, Payton Antwerp JV lost in 2.
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PAULDING EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOLS
OCTOBER 2011 NEWSLETTER
SUPERINTENDENT’S MESSAGE quarter of the 2011-2012 school year! Stu- was proud of them. PARENTS AS VOLUNTEERS
dents are settling into routines and should be Paulding Middle School PICTURE DAY A number of opportunities are available to parents
Dear Friends of the Paulding Exempted Village able to tell you what is expected of them in will be Friday, October 14th. The First Nine who wish to volunteer their time. The following
Schools, their classrooms. If you have a chance to sit Weeks Grading Period ends on October groups work with and support students. The
I would like to thank our district parents for down with one of our children, please ask 21. Grade cards will be mailed home on groups and the current officers are listed below.
their patience as we have made the change them what is happening at school. Once you October 26th. Please consider contacting anyone on the list to
from double bus routing to single routing and see how you can help.
get past the initial response of “Nothing,” I Congratulations go out to the following stu- Athletic Booster Officers
our 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. school day. We am sure they can teach you some new con- dents that have been elected to represent their
have made many adjustments to routes since Pres: Mike Mott, V. Pres: Linda Dangler, Secre-
cept from math or science class, or give you peers on this year's edition of the Paulding tary: Bridget Ruppert, Co-Treasurers: Patti Bis-
the first day of school and continue to make a detailed account of the story their teacher Middle School STUDENT COUNCIL: sell & Jackie Pease
changes to improve the routes. Preliminary read to them! We are off to a positive start 6th Grade: Kalen Kelly, Audrey Manz, Joce- Paulding Elementary PTO Officers
figures show we have reduced our fuel usage here at Oakwood Elementary! lyn Camposano. 7th Grade: Molly Meeker, Pres: Deb Herman V. Pres: Denise Kinder,
for the first 18 days of school by 1,371 gal- One of the routines teachers have been estab- Estee Miller, Preston Johanns, Aaron Horst- Treas: Stephanie Hull
lons, which is a savings of approximately lishing is what is expected of students in re- man, Alex Schlegel, Chantal Monnier. 8th Oakwood Elementary PTO Officers
$5,000 in fuel costs in only 18 days! If we gards to homework. Students at all grade Grade: Kasandra Cogswell, Kelsey Beck, Pres: Deedi Miller, V. Pres: Kim Grimes, Sec:
continue on a similar path, fuel savings will LouCinda Horstman, Treas: Karin Weible
levels have some form of homework Emily Moore, Taylor Schooley, Sam Rough- Science Olympiad
amount to about $50,000 this year. We are throughout the week. In the lower elemen- ton, and Taylor Manz.
also predicting approximately $90,000 sav- Pres: Laurie Wilhelm, Sec: Jane Nice, Treas:
tary grades, the homework often requires a Please continue supporting our Middle Nancy Wehrkamp
ings in personnel costs due to fewer routes parent’s signature, indicating you are aware School athletes, students, and cheerlead- Band Boosters
being driven each day. Fewer miles driven of what your child has been completing. ers. They are working extremely hard repre- Pres: Rachel Harpel, V.Pres: Shelly Roughton,
on our busses each year should also equate to Homework is generally designed to practice senting our school in various activi- Sec: Laurie Schlatter, Co-Treas:Vicki Gerschutz
savings in maintenance costs. skills being introduced in the classroom. It is ties. Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, & Jennifer Nicelley
The start of the school year has been very not meant to be a frustration to students or Cheerleading, Band, Choir, Science Olympi-
busy, with many activities being held in each FFA ALUMNI
parents; and if your child continually has dif- ad and Science Fair to just name a few. Stop The Paulding FFA Alumni meets quarterly in the
of the buildings. I hope you have had the ficulty completing assigned tasks, please by and watch our kids perform. Schedules Ag Room at Paulding High School. Future meet-
opportunity to attend one of the extracurricu- contact the classroom teacher to share what are available on line at ings are Nov 21 and Feb 21, 2012. You didn’t
lar events this fall. Did you know that resi- you are observing at home. Together, you www.pauldingschools.org have to wear the “Blue Jacket” to join the Pauld-
dents of our school district who are at least can clarify expectations and brainstorm ways PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE stay on your ing FFA Alumni Association! Whether you were
65 years old are eligible for a free all-sports to make things go more smoothly. kids to turn in their work and stay on top of a FFA member or not, you can join the Alumni
pass? This is one of the many ways we We are implementing the positive behavior what is assigned to them. The biggest reason and be a part of an organization that prides itself
thank our senior residents for their support of support system, PAWS, again this year. for poor grades is that they get behind and in helping make FFA students’ lives better. Your
our school system. If you have not received commitment helps ensure the continued success of
Pride, Attitude, Work habits, and Self- can never catch up. Keep on top of the work America’s premier youth leadership organization.
a pass yet, stop in at the Administration control are the building blocks of our behav- daily so that this does not happen.
Building on Water Street and pick yours up To join, please contact one of the following offic-
ior plan. Students who display positive be- Thank you for your continued, fantastic sup- ers: Pres: Russ Rager, V. Pres: Mike Kauser,
today. Office hours are Monday – Friday havior and work ethic earn the right to attend port of Paulding Middle School. Sec: Cheryl Schlatter, Treas: Rena Rager
from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The pass is good our monthly PAWS rewards. Sometimes the
for admission to all home junior high and students know ahead of time what the reward High School-Todd Harmon PRESCHOOL SCREENING
high school athletic events. for the month will be; sometimes it is a sur- Paulding High School has enjoyed an excel- A free Preschool screening will be available
The Honeywell Instant Alert System is a prise. Always, a good time is had by all who lent start to the 2011-12 school year. It is a to all children in Paulding County, up to five
great method of communication for school earn the right to participate! (For the month privilege to work with terrific teachers who years of age. The screenings will be held on
activities and weather delays. You can make of September, our PAWS reward will be are also terrific people and great team players October 7 at Oakwood Elementary from 8:30
changes to your account through the Honey- attending the Oakwood Elementary Pep Ral- that share in the vision of doing what is best -11:00 a.m. and at Paulding Elementary from
well website at https:// ly with our PHS Varsity Athletes.) for kids. 12:30-3:00 p.m. To make an appointment,
instantalert.honeywell.com or click on the Our 3rd graders will be taking the Fall Ohio Our mission is simple and straight forward: please call 1-800-686-2964, Ext 1116. Walk
Instant Alert System link on our district web- Reading Achievement Assessment on Tues- “College Preparation. Career Training. Com- -ins will be accepted, but may have to wait
site at www.pauldingschools.org. Users may day, October 4th. Third grade Reading is the munity Values. PHS". This seems like a for an opening in the schedule.
add or delete phone numbers, email address- only subject the State of Ohio requires us to simplistic theme, but it cuts to the core of
es, or text message numbers. You may also assess in the fall. We encourage our 3rd grad- what we all need to do to make a living, raise ATHLETIC CALENDAR
choose the type of alerts to receive by check- ers to do their very best on the Reading a family, obtain gainful employment, and
ing the appropriate boxes. Instructions for OAA. We know they can shine!! make a difference to those around us. We Jr. Hi Football
account setup are on our website. Call the We are well on the path to a successful live in a culture today that looks for "cutting Oct. 6 Delphos Jefferson-H 5:00
administration office if you are having trou- corners" and doing the least possible, and Oct. 13 Bluffton-T 5:00
school year! As always, we need and appre- Oct. 20 Ada-H 5:00
ble with your account. ciate the support of our whole community to still expect to obtain great rewards. This is
Yours in Education, an illusion that takes hard work to over- JV Football
Pat Ross make it happen – thank you for being there Oct. 1 Liberty Center-T 10:00a
for us! come. We are surrounded by so much media Oct. 8 Allen East-H 10:00a
**NOTE: The Paulding County Health De- and technology that can be used for broaden- Oct. 15 Columbus Grove-T 10:00a
NOTES FROM THE PRINCIPALS ing our minds to possibilities, or could be Varsity Football
partment will be at Oakwood Elementary on
Paulding Elementary-Stephanie Tear Thursday, October 20, to give flu shots. used to perpetuate the "couch potato" com- Oct. 7 Allen East-T 7:30
We are well on our way in the 2011-2012 They will set up on our stage and will be giv- placency that wastes potential. Please help Oct. 14 Columbus Grove-H 7:30
school year! The positive attitudes and ex- ing shots from 9:00 to 11:30. This is open to in this mission to hold your child accounta- Oct. 22 Bluffton-H 7:30
citement for learning is evident at Paulding ble to "Work Harder" to keep as many doors Oct. 29 Crestview-T 7:30
the community (our stage is handicap acces- Cross Country
Elementary School! I want to say a special sible). If you have any questions regarding open for their education, future careers,
dreams and aspirations to explore. Oct. 1 Kalida Inv-T 9:00a
thank you to students, parents, teachers and the shot, please contact PCHD and speak to Oct. 6 @Edgerton/Ayersville-T 4:30
the community for making our school year the nurses there. We do not want to see any child left behind, Oct. 11 @Wayne Trace@Antwerp-T 4:30
start off with pride and joy to be here. so please contact your child's teacher when Oct. 15 NWC Meet-H 10:00a
The State of Ohio rates schools by their per- Middle School-David Stallkamp you have questions. Look over the mid-terms JH Volleyball
formance and I am proud to announce that Hello From Paulding Middle School: that were sent out to know what progress Oct. 3 Spencerville-T 5:00
Paulding Elementary increased their rating to This school year has gotten off to a very your child is making, and plan on coming to Oct. 6 Columbus Grove-H 5:00
an “Excellent” status! Congratulations!! good start. I wish to THANK everyone for the Parent-Teacher conferences that are cur- Oct. 8 NWC Tournament TBA
This is a huge accomplishment. It proves all of their efforts in getting us off on the rently scheduled for November 1st and 3rd Oct. 10 Delphos Jefferson-T 5:00
right foot. I hope the entire year goes as from 4:30 -7:30 p.m. The last week of Octo- Oct. 13 Defiance-H 4:30
students and teachers are working hard to Oct. 17 Van Wert-H 5:00
improve student achievement and student smoothly as the first couple of weeks. If that ber will be another opportunity to take the
academic growth. We will continue to moni- happens, we will be in for a fantastic year. OGT 10 which is required by the State for Oct. 3 Tinora-T 4:30
tor student growth and achievement to meet You will be receiving the first nine weeks graduation. The Guidance office will be Oct. 10 Parkway-T 5:00
the needs of all students this year, as we mid-term reports very soon. PLEASE look making the arrangements to have students Oct. 13 Leipsic- H 5:00
work to maintain an Excellent rating from these over very carefully. This is the prime who did not pass in the Spring to take these Oct. 15 Leipsic Tourney-T 9:00a
the State of Ohio. time to examine these reports to determine important tests that week, so please make JV/Varsity Volleyball
The month of October holds many activities just how your child has started the year aca- sure your child gets proper nutrition and Oct. 1 Archbold Inv-T 9:00a
for our school. The PTO fund raiser is un- demically. If all is going great - fantastic. If sleep if they need to have these tests admin- Oct. 3 Hicksville-T 5:30
you notice that the grades are not where they istered to them. Oct. 4 Lincolnview-H 6:00
derway and due back by October 3. Picture Oct. 6 Ada-H 6:00
day is October 12, so have your best smile should be at this time, please contact the PHS is proud of our students that are in-
Oct. 10 Wauseon-T 5:30
ready! Report cards will be coming home school or your child's teacher to discuss how volved in extra-curricular activities. They Oct. 11 Spencerville-T 6:00
October 26, with conferences right around to improve their performance. Here are just are working hard in practices and are show-
the corner. Remember, our parent teacher a couple of quick, helpful hints to look for if ing this effort for the community to be proud DISTRICT CALENDAR EVENTS
communication is essential to your child’s they are having difficulty. of. Whether it is the band playing on Friday
success. Information for conferences will be a. Are all of their assignments being written nights, Cheerleaders, Cross Country, Golf, Oct. 3 Band Booster Mtg 7:00
coming home in mid-October. October 28 down in their agenda? Football or Volleyball, we are thankful for Oct. 4 3rd Grade OAA Test
the PTO will host our children at the park b. Is the work they are turning in accepta- those that work with students to develop their Oct. 5 Athletic Booster Meeting 7:00p
ble, grade level work? character and help them perform at high lev- Oct. 5 College Fair-Vantage 6:30-8:00p
providing apples and fun. That afternoon Oct. 7 PS Screening– OE 8:30-11:00a
will be our Fall Parade. Please watch for the c. Is their work getting returned to the els through these activities. Thank you PHS
Oct. 7 PS Screening—PE 12:30– 3:00p
Parade letter to be coming home giving you teacher finished and on time? community for all of your support. Oct. 10 Science Olympiad Mtg-Aud 7:00p
more details about this annual community d. Are they taking the time to properly Oct. 10 Picture Day-Oakwood
study for tests and exams? SCHOOL LUNCH/BUS SAFETY WEEK
event. October 10-14 is National School Lunch Week. Oct. 11 FFA District Meeting
I once read, “There is no exercise better for e. Are they taking their responsibility of We would like to recognize all the individuals Oct. 12 Picture Day-Pldg Elem.
the heart than reaching down and lifting peo- school seriously? who work in our food service program. Oct. 12 PSAT Test-Juniors 7:45a-12:00p
ple up.” There are a lot of healthy people All of these hints are important steps for your October 17-21 is National School Bus Safety Oct. 14 FFA Fruit Sales Begin
surrounding me because I see people serving child to be successful in school. Week. This year’s theme is “Avoid Harm, Obey Oct. 14 OE Student of the Month lunch
Our annual fund raiser has ended and I do the Stop Arm”. Thanks to everyone that works in Oct. 14 OE KDG Grandparents Day 8:00-9:00
and lifting others throughout the day! I am Oct. 14 Picture Day– Middle School
blessed to be a part of such a wonderful not yet know the final profit total. I will put our transportation program.
Oct. 17 Jostens Mtg w/Seniors
school district. It has been a spectacular Sep- that out in a future newsletter once I find Oct. 18 FFA Chapter Mtg-Ag Room 6:15p
out. THANK YOU to all that purchased BOARD OF ELECTIONS NOTE
tember and I am looking forward to an Out- The deadline to register to vote on November 8, Oct. 18 Choir Concert-Auditeria 7:30p
standing October!! items and helped support Paulding Middle 2011 is October 11. If you have moved or Oct. 18 Board Mtg.-OE Café 7:00p
School. Your generosity is greatly appreciat- changed your name since the last time you voted, Oct. 19 Mobile Dentist-Oak. Elem.
Oakwood Elementary-Jennifer Manz ed. Thanks again. The items should arrive you should contact the Board of Elections. Re- Oct. 19-22 National FFA Convention-Indianapolis
It is very quiet at Oakwood Elementary to- for delivery around October 14th or so. member to take your valid driver’s license with Oct. 20 PE Title I Family Night
day! My students and staff are at home en- The week of September 12-16 was Safe you when you vote. Oct. 21 Jostens Senior orders due
joying the beautiful day that emerged when Schools Week. We practiced the following Anyone who chooses to vote an absentee ballot Oct. 21 END OF FIRST NINE WEEKS
the fog lifted mid-morning! We attempted to safety drills so we will be fully prepared for may request one by calling the Board of Elections Oct. 22 ACT Test at Paulding 7:45a-12:00
use our newly implemented 3-hour delay, but office at the number listed below, or by visiting Oct. 24-28 OGT Testing for Jr/Sr
emergencies should they occur, (hopefully Oct. 26 Grade Cards Go Home
even that did not buy us enough time to safe- the website at: www.sos.state.oh.us. Absentee
that day never comes): Fire Drill, Tornado ballots will be available in October. If you have Oct. 28 OE Kdg Family Read Day 2:30p
ly send out our buses and bring the children Drill, Protective Environment Drill, Evacua- Oct. 28 OE PS Family Day
any questions about your voting status, please
in to school. (Don’t forget: If we do go to tion Drill, Lock Down Drill and a Stay Put contact the Paulding County Board of Elections, Oct. 28 PE PTO Party in the Park
school on a 3-hour delay, school is not dis- Drill. The staff and students did a fantastic 105 East Perry Street, Paulding, 419-399-8230 or Oct. 28 PE Fall Parade
missed until 4:00.) job of taking these drills very seriously. I email email@example.com. Oct. 31 Sounds of the Stadium 7:00p
We are more than half way through the first Oct. 31 Vantage Seniors Mtg with Jostens 8:00a
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WAYNE TRACE GOLF VS AYERSVILLE REINVESTING DIVI- of investments to provide
you with income, assuming
DENDS CAN PAY OFF you need some income from
your portfolio, which may be-
come more necessary during
your retirement years. Your
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determine the appropriate in-
vestments to help provide this
But in any case, if you can
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it won’t help you “get rich
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Financial Focus by: Phil your long-term financial
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When you invest in stocks, dend in itself.
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But of course, you can’t con- Edward Jones for use by your
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Vantage junior Cosmetology student Ashley Antoine (Pauld-
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ber of shares you own. And POINT:” A CUTTING EDGE
Emily Linder putting for Wayne Trace at Pleasant Valley on her mannequin during lab.
in the long run, share owner-
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The Vantage senior Cos- manicures, pedicures, perma- class, Mrs. Susie Smith, the
determining your long-term
metology class is proud to an- nents, hair cutting and styling senior Cosmetology teacher
nounce that the Avantage’ Sa- are being offered. Groups are and Mrs. Maureen Teman,
Of course, you might
lon is now open! Don’t let the always welcome. It’s a great who is teaching the related
think that the advice of “buy
construction project get in way to have a ladies morning portion of Cosmetology for
more shares” is easier said
the way of visiting the salon. out. Please be sure to call 419- both juniors and seniors.
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There’s plenty of parking in 238-5411 ext. 177 to make an Students completing the
eryone can easily find a lot
the new front parking lot and appointment. Please note that cosmetology course of study
of extra money to invest. But
easy access into the building. if school is on a delay, cosme- and meeting the required
you don’t need access to vast
This year brings more tology services are cancelled competencies have the op-
wealth to increase your share
specialty services than ever for the day. portunity to graduate with a
ownership—you just need
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to consistently reinvest your
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Just how important are re-
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to capital gains (the increase
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in stock prices)? Over the
a.m. and 12:00 noon – 2:30 related to the hair care in- high school. All 25 members
135-year period from 1871
p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednes- dustry. This year’s instructors of the class of 2011 who took
through 2003, owning stocks
days and Thursdays. A vari- are Mrs. Amy Grothouse, (a the state Cosmetology exam
and reinvesting the dividends
ety of cosmetology services Vantage Cosmetology grad passed with flying colors!
produced 97% of all stock
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“VOLLEY FOR THE CURE” AT THE PALACE 113th overall, was Sarah Nar- nities across the state have ARCHERS TAKE FIRSTS & SECONDS IN
done earning her season best registered in what will be
of 25:06. Fourth for the ladies, the largest tour yet. Fift y-one CC INVITE
131st, was Melissa Durham counties are represented in
26:28. And 5th for the lady this year’s tour as are an in-
panthers, 132nd overall, was credibly diverse array of re-
Taylor Farr with a career best newable energies. According
26:29. to the Ohio Energy Resources
Next was the boys who Division, a majority of sites
finished 12th as a team. First on this tour have created 764
for the team, 42nd overall, was jobs and retained an addi-
Travis Jones with a career tional 1146 jobs.
best of 18:33. Next was Storm The “Green Energy Ohio
Dunakin, 69th overall, with a Tour” tour features not
career best of 19:13. Third was only solar, but tour sites
Andrew Layman, 70th overall, with wind, energy efficiency,
with a time of 19:14. Fourth biomass and other green en-
for the team, 89th overall, was ergy technologies. This free
Ian Munger who tied his ca- statewide event on October
reer best of 19:47. Next was 1–2 provides the unique op-
Patrick Troyer, 133rd overall, portunity for people to visit
The Wayne Trace Varsity 50/50 drawing will be held, with a time of 21:34. Sixth hundreds of open house sites
Volleyball Team is sponsor- and there will be a bake sale. was Jacob Dye, 149th overall, and talk with owners living
ing “Volley For The Cure” on All proceeds go to the Susan with a time of 22:38. and working with clean en-
Saturday, October 1 at their G. Komen for the Cure. Pic- Junior High boys was the ergy technologies, including
tri-match vs Hicksville and tured above are Senior Raider third competition on the day. solar electric (202), solar ther-
Lincolnview, beginning at Volleyballers: Kari Myers, Dayton Pracht had a terrific mal (47), wind (35), geother-
10:00 a.m. Pink ribbons will Carli Sinn, Rebecca Habern, performance earning 95th mal (40), passive solar (37),
be available for purchase, a and Sarah Feasby. overall and a career best of LEED (17), Energy Star (12),
13:26. Griffin Harder also had Biomass (15), and energy ef-
PAULDING CC BATTLE Starting off the day was a great performance 17:18, ficient features (74).
INCLEMENT WEATHER the Lady Panthers, who fin- which is a career best, 196th Learn how friends and Antwerp freshman Bailee Sigman and senior Tricia Smalley.
AT VAN WERT HOSPITAL ished 14th as a team. We had overall. neighbors are combating ris- More pictures at www.westbendnews.net
Ashley Johanns coming in 1st Junior high girls finished ing energy costs, slashing
INVITATIONAL the day with two career bests. utility bills, utilizing incen- The Archer runners hosted 1st overall; Senior Joe Hilton
for the team, 102nd place over-
all, with a 24:44. Next was Ra- First was Allison Harpel who tives and tax credits. Learn a Cross Country invite with earned 2nd for the Archers (7th
On Saturday the Paulding ran a 17:19 and earned 136th about opportunities for all Ayersville, Paulding, North overall); Junior Isaac Rein-
Panthers participated in the chael Kesler, 108th place, with
a career best 24:58. Rachael overall. Next was Daleigh Da- Ohioans to invest in a bright- Central, and Holgate on Tues- hart came in 3rd for the team
Van Wert Invitational with vis who ran a 17:28, who was er, cleaner future by joining day, September 13. (17th overall); Senior Bryant
great performances despite eclipsed her previous mark by
nearly two minutes. Coming 142nd overall. Green Energy Ohio during The HS girls took 1st place Miesle earned a 4th place for
the weather. the 9th Annual Green Energy for their team, with Senior the Archers (18th overall); and
in 3rd for the lady panthers,
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day, Oct. 1–2. the Archers (2nd overall). Se- earned 5th (22nd overall).
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FARM EQUIPMENT ROAD- farmer has safely moved over VILLAGE OF ANTWERP many lots inside the village that have
never been billed for storm water (emp-
WAY SAFETY and there is plenty of room to REGULAR COUNCIL MEET- ty lots). These property owners will re-
get by. ING MINUTES FOR 9/19/11
ceive a letter stating in 2012 they will
Sell it in the Classifieds!
start receiving storm water bills. Th is
By: Jim Lopshire. Exten- Farmers must remember collection could result in an additional
sion Educator to place slow moving vehicle The regular meeting of the Village $3,000 to $3,500 in revenue.
Keeran stated the village needs
With the beginning of (SMV) emblems on equip- Classiﬁed ads are $7.50 for 20 words or less of Antwerp Council was called to or-
a new (used) dump truck and will
der at 5:30 p.m. by Mayor Ray DeLong.
the harvest season comes ment traveling at less than 25 and $.15 for each additional word. Council persons present: Rudie Reeb, be pricing one. The purchase can be
mph and make sure they are Bold is $1.00 additional. Steve Derck, Karen Lee, Larry Ryan, through the sewer fund. Rohrs stated
increased farm equipment Mike Rohrs and Council President Jan the village needs an additional truck
traffic and greater potential clearly visible, clean and not Fax: (419) 258-1313 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Reeb. Also in attendance at the meet- anyway. Th is truck will not be full-
for farm vehicle roadway col- faded. P.O. Box 1008, Antwerp, OH 45813 ing: Solicitor Melanie Farr, Adminis- sized but one that the grit spreader can
be installed on.
trator Sara Keeran, and Fiscal Officer
lisions. The National Safety Farm equipment op- Deadline for classiﬁed ads is Mondays at 12 Noon. Loretta Baker. Media: Peter Greer November 1st village employee
Council estimates some erators should use warn- Classiﬁeds MUST be paid up front!! from Defiance Crescent. Visitor: Keith health insurance must be renewed and
Keeran presented the renewal options.
ing flashers as well as signal Nern.
15,000 collisions involving The minutes from the regular Finance committee feels they will need
farm vehicles occur each year lights or proper hand signals CULLER CONSTRUCTION AL GRIFFITHS CONSTRUC- council meeting held August 15, 2011, to meet to discuss this and the bud-
were reviewed. get. Finance committee will meet on
on United States roadways. to indicate to motorists their LLC: Mike Culler. New Con- TION – Windows, light electri- Motion made by Rohrs, seconded 9/26/11 at 4:00 p.m.
These farm equipment road- location and intentions in ad- struction – Remodel – Decks cal, dry wall, siding, doors & by Ryan to accept the minutes from New business:
– Painting – Complete Home more. Call Al for your repair August council meeting. 6 yeas, 0 nays. No new business reported or dis-
way collisions result in an vance of turns. cussed.
or Office. 35 years experience. or construction needs. 419- Motion carried and approved.
average of 94 fatalities each Operators should consider The August disbursements were Police report:
Home: 419-258-2243. eot 506-2102. tf Written report by Chief Clemens
year according to the United using an escort vehicle and reviewed.
showed 162 calls for service with 51 of-
other warnings to oncoming THE COMPUTER DEPOT: M-F FOR RENT IN PAYNE, OH: A Motion made by Jan Reeb, sec-
States National Traffic Safety 9a-9p, Sat. by appt. 1-419-258- onded by Derck to approve the August fenses for the month of August.
motorists when moving wide 4 bedroom house. References reconciliation report. 6 yeas, 0 nays. EMS report:
Administrations Fatality 0015 or 1-866-464-2815, www. and deposit required. Call 419- Motion carried and approved. EMS billing clerk Merriman pro-
Analysis Reporting System. equipment on roadways, es- thecompdepot.com. Getting 258-8314. 39-40 Visitors: vided a written report showing depos-
The U.S. Department of pecially at night. your computer back on track! One visitor present, Keith Nern, its for August of $6,859.09.
FOR SALE: Twin bed mat- who stated “only observing.” Committee reports:
Transportation notes the Be patient and think safe- eot
tress and bookcase style Fiscal officer report: Jan Reeb stated the public service
most common time of day for ty first when approaching or LLC RECYCLING SERVICE headboard with drawers be- Baker read resolution no. 2011-19: committee met concerning village wide
A resolution accepting the amounts garbage pick up and could not come to
collisions is between 4:00 p.m. operating farm equipment now accepting your scrap neath. $125.00. Please call and rates as determined by the budget an agreement. Th is topic is tabled.
and 8:00 p.m. and that studies on our roadways. With com- appliances, refrigerators, 419-399-2239. commission and authorizing the nec- Mayor’s report:
freezers, air conditioners, essary tax levies and certifying them to Mayor DeLong reported that
show that left-turn, rear-end mon-sense care and caution, LEINARD MOBILE HOME the county auditor, and declaring the mayor’s court collected $5,139 for the
motorists can reach their des- microwaves, lawn mowers, village for the month of August after
and passing collisions are the cars, trucks—anything metal. COMMUNITY: Across from the same an emergency.
tinations safely, farmers can A&W, Antwerp has lots avail- Motion made by Ryan, seconded court costs. R.I.T.A. Collections are
most common types of farm We will pick up! Call 419-769- by Rohrs to suspend the rules regard- $12,068.68 above last year’s collections
vehicle roadway accidents. get their work done safely, 2638. tf able, homes for sale, and rent- ing resolution no. 2011-19. 6 yeas, 0 at this time.
Here are a few roadway and needless roadway injuries als. Contracts available. Appli- nays. Motion carried and approved. Mayor DeLong asked for council’s
HAUGHN'S AMMO & ORD- cation and references required. Motion made by Jan Reeb, second- support in moving the museum con-
safety tips that can help mo- and fatalities can be avoided. NANCE: Clearance on all Ruger ed by Derck to accept resolution no. tents into storage upstairs on a tem-
419-258-2710. tf 2011-19. 6 yeas, 0 nays. Motion carried porary basis, providing more room for
torists and farm equipment firearms. 419-636-7994 eot the police department. ACDC, police
FOR RENT in Woodburn: Very and approved.
operators make Northwest PAULDING RESERVOIR THE APPLE BARN, 25033 nice 2 bdrm home, 2 car garage, Baker notified council that the deputies and village workers are will-
ing to help with this endeavor.
Ohio roadways safer during PARK SOFTBALL STAND- Maumee Center Road, Wood- a/c, w&d, lawn maintained,
fi re contracts have been signed and
approved by Harrison and Carryall Motion made by Ryan, seconded
the coming harvest season INGS AS OF 9/23 burn. Mid to late season va- NO pets. $595mo/$595 dep. + townships for the years 2012, 2013 and by Lee to move museum contents up-
and throughout the year. rieties available. Jelly, jam utilities. Call for appt. 260-632- 2014. stairs for temporary storage. 6 yeas, 0
and apple butter. Fresh apple Administrator’s report: nays. Motion carried and approved.
Keep alert and watch Tuesday Coed League 5123. tf Oley McMichael indicated he Motion made by Rudie Reeb, sec-
cider weekly, custom cider onded by Derck to adjourn the meet-
closely for slow-moving ve- 1. Archbold Equipment pressing. Tue, W, Sat 10:00– 5-FAMILY GARAGE SALE: wanted to be on the agenda to discuss
with council the deadline to apply ing. 6 yeas, 0 nays. Meeting adjourned
hicles, and slow down im- 10-0 4:00pm; Thu & F 10:00– Thurs & Fri, Sept 29 & 30, 9–5. the fi nal coat of asphalt in the Mau- at 6:20 p.m.
mediately upon spotting one. 2. Blackies 7-1 6:00pm; closed Sunday & 402 E. Canal. Housewares, mee Landing subdivision. He was not
Most agricultural equipment Monday. 260-704-8058, 260- Christmas decor, combo car- present at council meeting. Solicitor
3. Bruce Kunesh Auto 7-2 Farr reviewed the May 17, 2010 coun-
travels at 25 miles per hour or 622-6693 or 260-704-8056. tf seat/stroller, Jr. golf club set, cil meeting minutes with council. The
4. Hitmen 6-6 adult golf bag, new 12' pool,
less. A motorist traveling at 55 FOR SALE: 1995 Ford 250 May 2010 meeting minutes reflect that
5. Grace Home Improve- small computer desk, clothes
council approved a one extension for
miles per hour approaching a ments 2-8 van, 216,000 miles, runs the fi nal coat of asphalt to be applied.
good, 6 cylinder, AC, $700. – boys 8-10, scrapbooking &
farm vehicle going 25 miles The one year extension was until Sep-
per hour can close a distance
6. Hoff man Builders 2-8
7. Jones Home Improve-
TAPCO PRO 3, 14" throat with much, much more. Priced to
tember of 2011. Farr advised council
that it could ask the developer to pro-
sidewinder and cut-off, siding Randy L. Moore, Auctioneer
of 300 feet in a few seconds. ment 1-9 cut-off cable, $1300. 419-506- GARAGE SALE: New items vide either a performance bond or let-
Farm equipment can be Thursday Coed League 1900. p added! Old/new glass, old/
ter of credit to the village for assurance
that the funds are available to cover the
longer and wider than it ap- 1. TCB 11-1 WANT WINDOW COVERINGS new books, cookie jars, can- expenses related to the application of
pears. Motorists should be 2. TJ’s Bar 9-3 that look great for years? Drapes, ister sets, Boyd bears, VHS the fi nal coat of asphalt. Mayor DeLong AUCTIONS FOR 2011
stated he will speak with Oley McMi-
patient since the farmer may 3. Eds Car Care 9-3 valances, verticals, shades, etc. tapes, Christmas items, and chael about his intentions and bring Van Wert County Fairgrounds Jr.
not be able to move over to Measured and installed. Call much more. Sept. 30–Oct. 1, information to the next meeting.
Fair Building • US 127 S.,
4. Cap N Cork 2-10 9-5. 8068 Road 230 (corner Keeran reported that Gorrell will
allow you to pass. Only pass 5. Smalleys Body Shop 4-8 Judy McCalla, Hicksville, 419- have the appraisals ready next week Van Wert, Ohio • Starts at 5:30 pm
542-6182. tf of 230/73). About 5 miles east regarding the Dutchman’s Cove ease-
the farm equipment when the 6. Nasty Habits 1-11 of Antwerp, left on 73, 1 1/4 ment. Keeran stated that the village
BEAUTIFUL NEW 3 AND
4 bedroom single family miles to 230, turn right. First could proceed with the project this
fall if it could reach an agreement with
house on right. Rain or shine!
PUBLIC AUCTION homes. 2 car attached garage property owners on the appropriation
& quiet community AT De- p of the easement. October 3rd
HELP WANTED fiance Crossing on Ottawa FT. DEFIANCE Antiques. Bids received for the Depot Project
came in $15,950 over the total award
EVERY SATURDAY AT 6PM Avenue, Defiance, OH. Rents Find your treasures at our grant. Keeran told ODOT the village October ................. 3rd & 17th
CDL and AG starting at $629, income lim- over 4,000 sq. ft. location at would not pay the additional $15,950.
November ..............7th & 21st
LARGE VARIETY OF Experience Helpful
its apply. Contact the leasing 402 Clinton Street, Defiance. ODOT included a statement in the last
bid notice that only prequalified bid- December ............. 5th & 19th
MERCHANDISE office at 419-782-0997 or visit
our website at defiancecross-
Hours: Mon-Sat 10AM–5PM.
Phone: 419-782-6003. tf
ders could respond. Th is excluded lo-
cal contractors from bidding. ODOT
~ EVERYONE WELCOME ~ Call inghomes.com eot SCHWARTZ ODD JOBS
has stated that it will not bid the proj-
ect again. A meeting will be held with Auction Held on 1st & 3rd
PORTER AUCTION 260-632-4284 PONTOON TRAILER RENTAL:
Outboard & I/O Winterization.
Amish Crew: Specializing in all
types of construction. Interior
ODOT, the mayor, Keeran and the
fi nance committee to discuss the con- Monday of each month
19326 Co. Rd. 60 Flat Rock Marina. 13453 Rd. 171, cerns Keeran has should the village bid
& exterior remodeling & build
Grover Hill, OH Defiance, OH 43512. 419-393- new. We also restore old barns.
Aimee Lichty is reviewing the
For Info Call: 419-587-3770 2587 38-39p (260)710-1345. 33-44p storm water customer list and found Services Available
FOR SALE: Fiberglass FLEA MARKET/BARN SALE:
Huber Opera House
shower stall, approx. 30" x Multiple party sale (last sale
30", $20.00. Oak round table, of year) October 1st & 2nd. Mon.-Fri. 8-5 • Sat. 8-12
$125.00. Jason hugger top Collectibles, Antiques, Camp-
& Civic Center Upcoming Events for S10 pick-up, $150.00. Old ing, Hunting, Fishing, Tools,
157 E. High • Hicksville • 419-542-9553 • email@example.com combination safe, on wheels. Toys, Domestics, Two Estate
Call 260-632-4675, no reason- liquidations, Household
The Singing Auctioneer able offer refused. p items, yarn, quilting, glass-
will be coming back to the Huber by popular demand! FOR SALE: NUT MEATS. Black ware, Beanie Babie collection,
New items added, New vend- BUYERS & PROCESSORS OF SCRAP IRON & METAL
Patriotic, Gospel, Show Tunes, - all your favorites walnuts, Hickory nuts, English
JUNK CARS • ALUMINUM CANS
insterspersed with Dane Bailey’s humor and enthusiasm. walnuts, Pecans, Almonds, Bra- ers welcome, 211 Emerald Rd,
USED MOTOR OIL ACCEPTED FOR RECYCLING
October 2nd at 2pm with admission by donation zil nuts, Hazel nuts, and Raw Paulding, OH. Call for avail-
USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS FOR SALE
peanuts. Karl Wilhelm, 260-403- able space, 419-769-5626.
Send your early memories of the Huber to us by October 1st and 5868. 39-40p DEADLINE FOR THE CLASSI- Steve Garmater PO Box 186, 14007 Bull Rapids Rd.
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PAULDING COUNTY warnings. OAKWOOD ELEMENTARY HAPPENINGS! own conclusions. throughout the day.
CHRONICLES II 4. Do not worry if others 1) HEALTHY EATING 9) BETTER ROLE MOD-
do not understand you. Wor- HABITS – It is well estab- EL – Help your children to
By: Caroline Wells Zim- ry if you do not understand lished that people who con- develop healthy eating habits.
merman them. sume breakfast eat less total Monkey see, monkey do.
Chinese Proverbs By Con- 5. Reading without think- fat and cholesterol and more 10) FUN! – Eating is a fun,
fucius (Spring And Autumn ing will confuse you. Think- vitamins, minerals and fiber pleasant and enjoyable expe-
Period) ing without reading will place than people who skip it. rience. Maple syrup anyone?
1. A tyrannical govern- you in danger. 2) WEIGHT MANAGE- The best breakfasts con-
ment is worse than a man- 6. When you have faults, MENT – The National Weight tain whole grain carbs to give
eating tiger. do not fear to abandon them. Control Registry reported you immediate energy, lean
2. A man’s time has passed 7. The wise man is satisfied that those people who con- protein to give you lasting
if he is despised at forty. and composed, the mean man sume breakfast have an easier fullness and energy, and some
3. There are four abuses: is always full of distress. time managing their weight. type of fruit or veggie for fi-
desire to succeed in order to 8. While you do not know 3) REDUCED DIABE- ber, water and nutrients. Here
make oneself famous; taking life, how can you know about TES RISK – A report by the are some simple ideas to jazz
credit for the labors of oth- death? American Heart Association up a ho-hum breakfast table.
ers; refusal to correct one’s 9. Going too far is as wrong showed that breakfast eaters —Slow cooking oats or
errors despite advice; refusal as falling short. are less likely to have diabe- steel-cut oats with kiwi, man-
to change one’s ideas despite 10. There are three things tes. go, banana, green grapes, and
against which the wise man 4) MORE ENERGY honey.
guards: (a) lust when young, – Breakfast supplies the nu- —Waffles with warm pea-
When I grow up I (b) quarrels when strong, (c) trients to stay energized for nut butter, banana slices, and
wanna be a and covetousness when old. Oakwood Elementary students who passed the Ohio longer. chopped walnuts and a glass
11. Repay resentment with Achievement Assessments last spring were treated to a Scav- 5) FITNESS – Those who of milk or milk substitute.
justice. Repay virtue with vir- enger Hunt on Friday, September 16th. One of the stops was eat breakfast are more likely —Fruit Bruschetta: Whole
tue. at Oakwood Hardware. Enjoying the friendly dog who met to participate in fitness regi- grain bread topped with hon-
12. It is a disgrace for them at the door are Zach Herman, Jacob Black, Kylie Lane, mens ey, peanut butter, and fresh
a gentleman’s words to be Stephanie Powell (hidden behind the dog), Jacee Harwell, 6) FOCUS – The American fruit.
greater than his deeds. and Colton Lloyd. After the hunt was over, the students Dietetic Association says that —Yogurt with granola,
13. Boasts are harder to walked to the park to enjoy some pizza. those who eat breakfast have nuts, seeds and fruit.
honor than promises. an easier time focusing and Happy eating! If you have
14. A great man is hard on are more productive through- any questions or topics you
philosopher of the Spring and ty, ancestor worship, respect
himself; a small man is hard out the day than those who do would like discussed, please
Autumn Period. He empha- of elders by their children
on others. not. email punkyprune@yahoo.
sized personal and govern- and respect of husbands and
15. Everyone is entitled to 7) MEMORY – improve- com
mental morality, correctness wives for each other.
an education. ments in memory and learn-
of social relationships, justice
If you see this rock Note: Confucius was tra- ing abilities. Be sure to tell the busi-
ditionally b. 28 September
and sincerity. Jesus Christ THE PUNKY PRUNE 8) BETTER MOOD –
star around, wish would have been aware of his nesses you patronize, that
551 BC — d. 479 BC. He was Skipping breakfast can lead to you saw their ad in the West
her a happy 40th! teachings, even though no By: Rachel Steiner
a Chinese thinker and social feeling grumpy and fatigued Bend News.
texts survive that he authored. Hi again! This week I
He was thought to have been thought I would discuss one
DERCK’S LANDSCAPING SUPPLIES the editor or author of all of
the “Spring and Autumn
of my favorite things ever.
Breakfast! I am a firm be-
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Mulch Colors: Golden Rule.
Confucius’ principles have
information and studies out Out of the Way But Less to Pay!
Red, Brown, and Gold; there showing why breakfast
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dition and belief. He had a
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5 STAR RATING
In addition to warm home-like surroundings and a beautiful country
setting, Hickory Creek at Hicksville has been rated
A “FIVE STAR” COMMUNITY
This “Five Star” rating is based on State Health Inspections, Nursing
Staff Levels, and Quality Measures, defined by the Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid Services. Only Ohio’s top nursing homes
receive this superior rating.
COME TOUR OUR “FIVE STAR” COMMUNITY!
Conveniently located off Hwy 49
Hickory Creek accepts Medicaid, Medicare, Private Pay & Most Insurances.
For more rating info, visit www.medicare.gov/nhcompare
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401 Fountain Street
Hicksville, OH 43526
Ph. (419) 542-7795