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Help is available for depression and thoughts of suicide Editor’s note: This is part three of the series. By Cortney Mumaugh Sentinel Correspondent PUTNAM COUNTY — What do you do if someone you know and love is showing signs of suicide or depression? Do you really know what signs of suicide and depression are? According to Dr. Ellen Anderson, who contracts with the Ohio Department of Mental Health, women are perceived as being at a higher risk for suicide than men because they attempt suicide four times more often than men. But, men complete suicide four times more often than women. A woman’s risk of suicide rises until midlife when it then decreases. A man’s risk is always higher than his female counterpart and continues to rise until the end of his life. Anderson continues to state that the biggest risk factor for suicide completion is having a depressive illness – at some point in a chronic illness, suicide seems like the only way out of pain and suffering. Depression is a real illness. This goes along with the stigma that makes matters worse. Many view depression as a character flaw, a weakness or an inability to cope with everyday life. Anderson concluded that, “Our cultural view of suicide is wrong – invalidated by our current understanding of brain chemistry and its interaction with stress, trauma and genetics on mood and behavior.” Too many stress hormones can damage nerve cells in our brains – hormones set off by our Autonomic Nervous System, ANS. Chronic stress can change the way our ANS functions so that high levels of hormones are activated with little stimulus according to Anderson. These changes can lead to depression. Without a chance for the body to return to a resting state, hormones accumulate and create damage to brain cells. Stress causes damages to neurons in the brain – causing them to shrink away from other connectors in the brain. As fewer connections are made, more symptoms of depression appear. Suicide prevention has recently been equated to CPR. If you were trained in CPR and saw someone struggling, you would assist them without hesitation. If we see someone struggling with thoughts of suicide, we often do nothing. Part of the Gatekeeper training includes lessons from Dr. Paul Classifieds......................... B8 Death Notices.................... A6 Editorial............................. A5 Education......................... B5 Lifestyles........................... A8 Agribusiness...................... B7 Religion............................. A9 Sports................................ B1
Quinentt who designed QPR, Question, Persuade, Refer. Q is ask if the person is thinking of suicide. P is getting the person to talk and seek help. R is getting the person professional help. Symptoms that a person may be thinking about suicide include but are not limited to: -withdrawing from friends, family and or favorite activities -abrupt changes in personality and mood -increase in risk-taking or self-destructive behaviors (including use of drugs and alcohol) -feeling hopeless or depressed -loss of interest in pleasurable things -lack of motivation -talking or writing about death, dying, or suicide -feeling anxious or agitated -unable to sleep or sleeping all the time -changes in eating habits -making final arrangements (including writing a note or giving away possessions) The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation website states, “You may feel that the problems of living have become so heavy and twisted that you can’t bear to think of tackling them anymore. Sharing this with another person whom you trust can help you sort through some of them and lighten your burden. Anyone who loves or respects you as a person will do this willingly and will not be hurt by this sharing.” While there are things you can do for someone thinking of suicide, there are also things you should not do. Do not: ~ make moral judgments ~ argue or lecture ~ say “you’ll get over this” ~ say “all you need is a good night’s sleep” ~ dare or use reverse psychology ~ leave the person alone If you would like to get involved with suicide prevention locally, there are several ways for you to help. You can become a Gatekeeper through trainings provided by Pathways Counseling Center. Adults can also volunteer to help with local organizations/ activities that support our children/youth, such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, 4-H, faith-based organizations or school organizations. Anderson closed her lessons with “depression is a treatable disorder. Suicide is a preventable death.”
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Power poles on Road 9-K south of Ottawa await to be repaired.
County recovering from storm By Charlie Warnimont Sentinel Sports Editor PUTNAM COUNTY — Sounds of generators running and chain saws operating filled the air in Putnam County. That was after a severe thunderstorm ripped across the county around 4 p.m. on Friday, June 29, leaving massive destruction in its wake. Very few county residents were spared damage to their property as winds in excess of 80 MPH accompanied the storm as it traveled across the area. Despite damage to houses, trees, farm buildings and
many other structures or decorative pieces county residents are slowly starting to recover from the destruction. “Certainly this has hit every part of the county in some form or another,” Putnam County Sheriff James Beutler said. “It’s going to be a while before all the cleanup is done. We had a real good showing of people coming out to help other residents and that’s what this county is all about. There are a lot of families here and everyone is grateful for that. They can all pull resources from
each other and help each other out.” Among the major concerns when the storm hit was when the electricity would return to everyone in the county. After the storm hit Friday Putnam County EMA Director Steve Odenweller estimated that 99 percent of county residents were without power. As of noon Tuesday that number was slowly coming down as crews from American Electric Power and Paulding-Putnam are working long hours to repair broken poles and downed lines to get everyone back up and
running. “Although we have had some setbacks, we are making progress,” an AEP spokesman said. “I think at this point we should have 90 percent of Putnam County back under power by Saturday. There will be some smaller areas that could take a little longer due to the amount of damage to lines and poles.” As of noon Tuesday power had been restored to most of Ottawa and Glandorf as well as parts of Pandora, Leipsic, Co➤➤See STORM/ A3
Bockrath family grateful after building collapsed with them inside By Monica Gerdeman Staff Writer OTTAWA — The Bockrath’s from Ottawa are counting their blessings after their barn collapsed with them inside. Fred Bockrath said, “We were on our way home from Lima. We had just picked up my son’s car from being detailed when Pat (Fred’s wife) caught the radar on her cell phone. We could see it was getting dark in the west. We were about to Vaughnsville when we put the hammer down to get home because Nathan (their son) wanted to put his vehicle inside.” The family made it to their driveway on 11-J just in time.
“We pulled into the driveway to get our other son Nick’s car, thinking it was going to hail. They both pulled into the barn one after another. We got out of the car in the barn, and no-
ticed the wind start to pick up. Nick grabbed his niece and nephew’s play set. As he made it back into the barn the roof began to blow off,” said Pat. “Once we got the cars in there. We could not make it back home so we better just stay put,” said Fred Pat continued, “Nick laid on top of me and we all stayed there until the building was gone. We knew we had to get out because even the cinder blocks where flying though the air. We headed toward the second building and as soon as we made it under cover, that roof began to come off.” By the time the second roof start➤➤See COLLAPSE/ A3
“Our youngest son Nathan is studying to become a priest, so we figured we were in God’s hands,” -Fred Bockrath
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Kahle protects ‘life in the womb’ By Cortney Mumaugh Sentinel Correspondent OTTAWA — Jan Kahle, Respect Life Coordinator for the Diocese of Toledo, has spent the last several years working to ‘protect life in the womb.’ She has had a love of children for many years being a school teacher in Kalida for 21 years prior to her current position. She also worked as the religious education coordinator for St. Michael’s in Kalida for a little over five years. It was that role that lead her to her current position. “I was interested in a change. I always appreciate doing different things. It feels like this is a vital necessity to address,” she said. Kahle attends Deanery meetings as part of her job. She is also trying to make connections with all the parishes in the diocese to communicate and share ideas and information. She is spending a lot of
time trying to make these connections. “The Respect Life office has been in Putnam County for years. It started with the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision. They determined there should be extra energy focused on protecting life in the womb,” said Kahle. She started in this position in 2008. The job was originally based in Toledo but it was decided that there needed to be a bigger presence in the outlying areas and currently serves 19 counties. Another large aspect of her job is to connect with pregnancy centers and events like the annual 40 Days for Life, the new Fortnight for Freedom and Project Rachel. “It’s so frustrating that the focus seems to go to (birth control) and yet it’s that fact that we, as Catholics, are saying that birth control is inappropriate and aborting children is against Creationism and
what we believe...It’s an insurance for sterilization infringement on what we and contraceptives, believe in and our religious including abortion-inducing freedoms - that’s really what drugs. This is a direct brought forth the action,” conflict and violation of said Kahle. Catholic religious beliefs. The U.S. Conference of A local event will take place Catholic Bishops (USCCB) at St. Michael’s Church in national religious freedom Kalida on July 6 at 7 p.m. initiative Fortnight for Rosary Walk in the Mary Freedom is Garden. underway “It’s with dioceses fascinating and parishes to me around the because country I grew in participating the county. in this 14I always day period appreciated of prayer, home...I education appreciate it and action. more! What I Fortnight for appreciate is Freedom was that we have created in a Catholic Jan Kahle response to the population U.S. Health that is much and Human Services (HHS) stronger in following regulation that would its faith than in other force employers, including locations where there is Catholic institutions, to pay, 30 percent attendance in directly or indirectly, for other locations, we have at
least 50 percent in Putnam County. It’s not good but it’s better. There has been great support for things I want to do. Bringing the March for Life here in Ottawa and the Putnam County Right to Life jumping on it and the people who attend in great numbers. Even the support for the pregnancy centers for example the Columbus Grove Knights kicking off the fundraiser (which bought an ultrasound machine) really helped them,” said Kahle. Kahle also noted the dense population of Catholics in the county which she said changes the dynamic of the county. Instead of questioning causes and whether organizations need donations - in Putnam County - Kahle said people are much more willing to support without needing to over-think things. “I think we need Marches (for Life) in every county. If we do that, we are bringing it home to people who cannot get to (Washington) D.C. There are some folks we still don’t know they exist. It’s not publicized enough,” she said. She also sits on the Heartbeat of Lima board. Heartbeat needs donations of milk-based formula and diapers as well as toiletries such as shampoo and lotions. Project Rachel, an
organization for outreach for post-abortive people. They generally hear from women but an occasional father will call too. Kahle said they generally match people with a priest for Reconciliation. Sometimes they meet with councilors too. “What we’ve been findings, and studies have been showing, is that people who have gone through an abortion are at a much greater risk for drug abuse, depression, broken relationships and a lot more struggles. As they work through those struggles, they find out that the abortion - which they thought was a closed deal is actually the root of their problem. We are linking with the USCCB which will provide us with more advertisements and radio spots...It’s all on the phone. It’s all anonymous so they can use a fake name if they want to. Basically they call and from there, we decide what they might need,” said Kahle. More information about Project Rachel can be found at 419-260-5811 or visit hopeafterabortion. com. If you would like to get involved with any event listed in the story, contact Kahle at 419-796-8005, firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by her home at 120 N. Main St. in Glandorf.
Ottoville proceeds with housing addition OTTOVILLE — During its regular monthly meeting Monday, village council here approved a resolution to proceed with a new housing addition that expands the village. Mayor Ron Miller said the Bendele family added 15 1/2 acres and put in a subdivision for six new houses. Engineer Greg Bockrath reported to the group on lining up utilities and plots for two homes. Miller said there is a chance for four more. In addition to adding new homes, the village is also addressing some street issues. “We’re looking at a crack-filling outfit to fill cracks in our roads. Out on Progressive Drive, the road is breaking up and needs repaved, so we’re seeking bids,” Miller said. A camera showed cracks in a sewer line on Bentley St., so that was replaced but more problems were created that also needed fixed. “When that line was replaced, when the guys were working on it, there was a water main break that was replaced. There was another one on Augaize St., which is where we’re looking at a repaving project, so we’re looking for money. We’re looking for grants and loans to get that done. We want to redo the street, storm sewer, water line and curbs. We’d take out the street and put in whole new sewer line, whole new water line, whole new curbs and put the paving back in,” Miller concluded.
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Photos of the Kalida area after the strong winds and rain that came through Putnam County last weekend.
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Storm ➤➤From A1 lumbus and Kalida. As they are able to energize more parts of the county that aids them in being able to push further ahead. Due to the amount of damage to power lines crews from outside of the area have been joining local AEP forces to aid in the recovery effort. Residents are reminded even though power has been restored to an area there still could be problems with downed lines AEP does not know about. If you encounter such a problem you are encouraged to call AEP at their 800 number and report such instances. The National Weather Service dubbed the storm “an inland hurricane” due to the strength of its winds. The Office of Public Safety in Putnam County had a top wind speed of 86 MPH during the storm. Due to amount of damage from the storm, along with the power outages, Putnam County and the State of Ohio were declared a disaster area by Governor John Kaisch on Sunday. The declaration will help aid in the recovery effort. “After the storm hit, our main concern was making contact with everyone. That was the big thing,” Odenweller said. “We knew we were going to be without power, we didn’t realize it was going to be this long. We wanted to make sure we could account for everyone and see if anyone was hurt. After that we were looking for people with potential medical issues, fires things like that, since the alarms are not going to be there. From our end, it was it was going to be safety service, to make sure the population is protected.” There were six reports of residents being injured by the storm including a Dupont woman whose house trailer flipped over and her pinned inside the wreckage. She was taken to Defiance Mercy Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The Sheriff’s Office filed four or five reports of trees falling on cars and the drivers having to be rescued from them. One of them was at Road 8 and M. The gentleman was rescued from his car and taken to St. Rita’s Medical Center. The other was the corner of Fourth St. and Locust St. by Love Funeral Home. According to Sheriff Beutler, the woman was helped
out of her car by commissioner John Love and was treated for a broken wrist. There was another report of a man being trapped in his car in Columbus Grove after bricks fell on his car from damage in the downtown area. There was a report of a semi tractor-trailer blown over on St. Rt. 65 during the storm. The incident happened where the poles came down
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an Marita Deatrick said they have had many residents take advantage of this service. The meals will continue until the emergency is over. One of main concerns yet is motorists not obeying road closed signs. As of Tuesday afternoon, several roads in the county remained closed because of downed wires or poles. ODOT and county officials ask motorists to obey the signs and use an alternate route. Power can accidently be turned on to lines that are down and have not yet been repaired. Treat all downed lines as if they are live. Although neighbors have been helping neighbors cleanup from the disaster not all the news is good. Sheriff Beutler has reported three break-ins at area business since the power went out. One of the breakins happened at Pike Run Golf Course where thieves made off with chain saws and weed eaters. The other break-ins were at Honda of Ottawa and Miller’s Pharmacy. The sheriff also mentioned that they have handled several domestic complaints as the heat and no power are Staff Photo/ Charlie Warnimont starting to takes it toll on residents. Pictured above is the aftermath of last weekends un“I would caution residents to be expected storm. aware of their own property. This is really an open invitation for people to take advantage of the situation and steal things; gas cans, generators, generator plugs, chain saws, those all are hot commodities right now,” Beutler warned. TM Beutler added that even without HOMES THAT NEED ROOFING power they were able to get information out to the public through their A select number of homeowners in social media outlets. Putnam County and the surrounding areas “Once the power went down, our will be given the opportunity to have a lifetime best outlet was using our social meErie Metal Roofing System installed on their dia, Facebook, Twitter and our own website to distribute information,” home at a reasonable cost. Beutler said. “It is quite surprising Call today to see if you qualify. Not only will how many people have mobile apps you receive the best price possible, but we so they can see that. Our social media really took off. We had so many will give you access to no money down bank hits on, likes, new friends and peofinancing with very attractive rates and terms. ple like that. A lot of people really commented on how they liked that.” An Erie Metal Roof will keep your home cooler After the storm hit Friday, the in the summer and warmer in the winter. sheriff’s department received hundreds of calls to report damage. He An Erie Metal Roofing System will provide said the total number of calls were your home with unsurpassed “Beauty and unknown since they were coming in Lasting Protection”! just too fast.
“I would caution residents to be aware of their own property. This is really an open invitation for people to take advantage of the situation...” on 65. “We survived and escaped what could have been very tragic,” Beutler said. Among the first things rescue workers were able to do, was secure a generator for the Red Cross. Once the Red Cross had a generator they were able to open a cooling center at the Trinity United Methodist Church on East Main St. in Ottawa. The center is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. until the emergency is over. Although Ottawa was back under power Monday evening the center will remain open through Saturday for anyone to use as a heat advisory is in effect until Saturday evening. Since the storm blew through late Friday afternoon, Odenweller has been holding daily meetings with elected officials, town mayors, county office heads and ODOT to get updates on cleanup and the restoration of power to these communities. Besides opening the cooling center, the Red Cross has set up three areas around the county for residents to get a meal. Locations for meals were at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Ottawa, the west end fire station in Columbus Grove and the old gym in Fort Jennings. Meals were being served at these locations twice a day. Red Cross spokeswom-
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➤➤From A1 ed to blow away, Pat and Fred’s son-in-law pulled into the driveway and they ran for cover in their garage and then down to their basement. “It seemed like forever. Things kept flying and flying, the metal, the sounds. I kept thinking ‘it’s got to end, storms don’t just stay in one spot.’ Later, when we were talking to people, everyone said about 20 minutes - that’s how long we guess it took for us too,” said Pat. “We thought it was going to hail. We should have just left the cars sit outside. Our youngest son Nathan is studying to become a priest, so we figured we were in God’s hands,” said Fred.
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Jennings council talks bicentennial at meeting By Nancy Spencer DHI Correspondent FORT JENNINGS — Numerous beautification projects were approved at Tuesday’s Fort Jennings Village Council meeting in preparation for the village’s bicentennial celebration in August. Fort Jennings Park Board President Jerry Siefker saw approval for several park projects including $800 to paint and trim the rec club building; $300 to re-stone the area behind the building to enhance handicap accessibility and come in line with Americans With Disabilities Act requirements; and $7,000 to paint and seal the tennis courts. Labor for painting and refurbishing of the area behind the club will be done by park board members and Leslie Coatings received the bid for the tennis courts. They will clean, caulk and apply three coats of paint to the courts. Our Tree Service of Delphos was tapped to remove six trees in the park and grind nine tree stumps for $1,900. Siefker said there were four to five additional stumps that needed taken care of since park board members removed arborvitaes trees earlier in the week. Mayor Jim Smith directed village maintenance supervisor Ted Wrasman to inquire if Our Tree Service would also take care of those for a nominal fee. Greve Tree Service bid $2,250 for the job and Niese Tree Service bid $2,355. Siefker told council Boy Scout Dylan Van Loo received approval for his Eagle Scout project to refurbish the walk bridge over the Auglaize River behind the fire department on Water St. The village had secured the supplies for the bridge last year. Van Loo is providing the labor. Smith told Siefker the bridge needed to be completed by Aug. 1.
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Siefker also noted park board members had repaired a bench by the playground, installed two new slides and the Diamond 1 outfield fence project is underway. The park will host several activities during the bicentennial, including an 1812 reenactment group, an oldtime baseball game and the annual lawnmower races. A quote for street painting was received from Baxter Pavement Marking for $50 per crosswalk and stop bar. Smith said he wanted to concentrate on the streets that had recently been resealed and counted at least 13 places the painting was needed. He told Wrasman Staff Photo/ Monica Gerdeman he would assist him in notThe barn out side of Leipsic was caught in the middle of 75 per hour winds last Friday. Homeowners ing at which intersections and others help try and get rid of what’s left. they should be placed. LEIPSIC — The village of Leipsic is on the road to the water and sewage and the Meadows of Leipsic were Council pass an resolution recovery from last Friday’s storm. connected to Pro-Tec. Also a generator was sent from approving the removal of Village administrator Kevin Lammon said, “As far Cleveland, for the Leipsic Resolver. the current U.S. flag and reas us, we are in real good shape. We have most of our “We are going to try our best to get around to everyone placing with an 1812 flag at streets cleared up so most of them are passable except who needs help. All the resident of Leipsic are invited the monument on Water St. where we have downed power lines. It’s more of an in- to put all vegetative debris, meaning tree branches and and St. Rt. 189. The flag has convenience than anything else. We are going on three leaves, by your Boulevard and we will send someone to 15 stars and 15 stripes. The days without power.” pick them up later this week.” said Lammon. flag will fly for three years. Pro-Tec was able to assist the community by using Leipsic’s Village Council meeting was rescheduled for Concrete pads will also be their generators and their duo of AEP electric and Han- next Monday July 9. For any other questions or concerns poured at the monument in cock-Wood to help power the village. Viking Corner, contact the village building local law enforcement. the near future for the placement of two statues. Smith also reported the bicentennial banners are in and just needed screened. He expected to receive them at the end of the week and asked for volunteers to help hang them. In other news, Smith reported to council the village received $1,523 at the county auction for old equipment and Christmas decorations and the Bicentennial Committee received $1,155 from a recent scrap metal drive. He will also be seeking bids for street cleaning before Staff Photos/ Monica Gerdeman the celebration. The next Bicentennial Committee meeting will begin at 8 p.m. June 28. The next council meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. July On the left, a local out building in Fort Jennings is one of many that no longer has a roof. Captured on the right is power lines and trees blocking Road U of Rushmore. 17.
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A power pole leans along U.S. 224 between Kalida and Ottawa.
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Miller City School’s roof was blown off during Friday afternoon’s storm.
Mark Ellerbrock, owner of Brooky’s in Glandorf fills a residents gas container Northwest Tractor located on U. S. 224 west of Glandorf lost their roof this in an effort to help keep his generator running. People working the pump past weekend in the storm. over the weekend were not sure how many gallons of gas they sold over the weekend, but said they filled several 100 containers.
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Mother Nature tests Putnam County To the editor: I am certain our county (as well as our state) will long remember this week. Once again, Mother Nature has tested our patients, our purse strings and our resolve. As I write this, the air holds an eerie silence, save for the hum of generators and the buzz of chain saws. For the members of the Ottawa-Glandorf community, this past weekend will be remembered for yet another reason, as it marked the passing of Leon Boedicker, the champion of all things Titan. Leon bled blue and gold. He was a staple at every sporting event he could make it to. As often as I could, I tried to acknowledge his presence at academic banquets. His quiet dedication and support did not go unnoticed. Leon Boedicker died a bachelor, but in truth he had thousands of children. Every young man and woman who ever passed through our hallways was his for awhile too. I write this through tears, as just as Leon was a friend to all our students, he was a friend to me. Thank you Mr. Boedicker. What a great legacy you have left behind. Mrs. Ginny Leis, Ottawa
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2 July 1937 Members of Company G, 148th Infantry ONG will leave Ottawa Sunday afternoon for an encampment at Camp Perry. They will leave over the B & O Railroad. The Greer & Beutler Ins. Office will move to new quarters in the Louis Rampe Bldg. Front rooms on the second floor are being redecorated. Weather Observer J. T Mallow has compiled weather statistics for the first half of 1937. Rainfall for June amounted to 5.31 inches. The greatest amount of rainfall for the month of June since 1895 was 7.12 inches in 1909. Heavy rainfalls in 1902, 1904 and 1928 exceeded June 1937 by small margins The least rainfall for June during the 43 year period of keeping records was noted in 1913 when only ninety-six hundredths of an inch fell in Ottawa. The new Columbus Grove swimming pool, located in Pleasant Township will be dedicated today, Thursday. The Eagles Band of Delphos will give a concert. The pool was a WPA project, completed at a cost of $40,000. W. O Ruch, Sr. veteran railroader and prominent citizen of Ottawa retired after 44 years of service. He was section crew foreman on the D T & I. He first was employed on the B & O at Hamler. Mrs. Ruch passed away in 1933. The Swiss Mennonite Churches of Bluffton and Pandora will celebrate their 100 anniversary on July 4. 6 July 1962 The Sugar Creek School Board held their final meeting by transferring to the Columbus Grove School District. A teacher fired by the
Fort Jennings board of education has filed a $15,575 breach of contract suit against the school board in Putnam County Common Pleas Court. The installation of Direct Distance Dialing....a new and improved long distance service to the Continental area has recently been announced by the general manager of The Continental Telephone Company. The new service will make it possible for Continental subscribers to dial directly Station to Station calls to most parts of the country. Calls other than sent paid station to station calls will continue to be handled by operators who can be reached by dialing a new number “00” not “0”as in the past. Direct Distance Dialing will become effective July 1. G. W. Reschke, chief of the engineering division, Corps of Engineers; Detroit will be in Ottawa on Thursday, June 12 to attend a special noon dinner meeting with the Chamber of Commerce, when plans for local and area flood control will be explained. The family of Mrs. Mary Altenburger will observe her 95th birthday on July 6th. She was born on a farm north of Ottoville on that date in 1867, On September 13, 1889 she married Andrew Altenburger, who died in 1927. Mrs. Altenburger’sThe family of Mrs. Mary Altenburger will observe her 95th birthday on July 6. She was born on a farm north of Ottoville on that date in 1867, On September 13, 1889 she married Andrew Altenburger, who died in 1927. Mrs. Altenburger’s Ottoville and surrounding community
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is of all the trees and the sidewalks built of wooden planks. Foot was the main mode of travel, although there was an occasional boat ride on the canal, which passed through the village. Her main hobby is collecting and going through photographs. She enjoys company and conversations of days gone by. Six of the 11 Altenburger children are still living. They are: John Altenburger, Mrs. W. O. Gillly, George of Kalida, Leo of Cloverdale, Mrs. Joseph Pittner and Mrs. Rudolph Hoehn. She has 18 grandchildren, 21 greatgrandchildren and two great- great-grandchildren. Rainfall was again below normal for June, with temperatures above average. Rainfall for the first six months was 13.23 inches while 18.18 is normal for that period High temperature was 93 on June 18th. Phase II of a survey of potential fallout shelters in Putnam County is underway by the Toledo engineering firm of Sanzenbacher, Miller and Brigham. The Toledo firm has a contract with the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers to determine possible shelters in eight counties, including Fulton, Henry, Defiance, Paulding, Van Wert, Allen and Putnam. This was of concern because of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Welcomed to the church and community by a basket dinner given in their honor, were Rev. and Mrs. Edward H. Jones, recently appointed to the Methodist Church in Pandora. Mother Mary Nathalia of the Precious Blood sisters, Maria Stein, a former resident of Cloverdale, observed the golden anniversary on June 17.
By Helen Kaverman Sentinel Columnist She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Cloverdale. She was mother general from 1948 to l954. She is editor of the Pilgrim Magazine. 1 July 1987 Hundreds of people visited Fort Jennings Park as a celebration of the 175th Anniversary of the celebration of the establishment of a War of 1812 fort along the banks of the Auglaize River. Denise McNamara and Glenn Miehls were crowned as king and queen during the celebration. The Miehls families of Fort Jennings and Ottoville are planning a reunion for July 28. Monica Uphaus, R.N. is retiring after serving 18 years with the Putnam County Home Health Agency. The Ottawa Food Pantry of the Trinity Methodist Church was established in 1962. Since the Food Pantry began, their biggest chore has been keeping the shelves stocked. Amy Sue Vennekotter of rural Continental and a senior of Miller City High School was elected lieutenant governor of Buckeye Girls State. She has returned home with a new perspective on our political structure.
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OTTAWA — Judith M. Ranes, 72, of Ottawa, died at 11:45 p.m. Friday, June 29, 2012 at the Meadows of Kalida. She was born Nov. 19, 1939 in Deshler to the late Torrence and Helen (Zollars) Firman. On Nov. 2, 1956 she married Martin Ranes and he survives in Ottawa. Also surviving are four children, Launita (Marvin) Steiner of Pandora, David Ranes of Mandel, Thomas Ranes of Lima and Sara
OTTAWA — William Dale Elliott, 76, of Ottawa, died at 7:03 a.m. Friday, June 29, 2012, at his residence. He was born Oct. 24, 1935 in Columbus Grove, to the late John Morris and Margaret Jane (Evans) Elliott. He married Virginia McClish and she died. On March 13, 1971, he married Janeen Joan Farthing and she survives in Ottawa. Also surviving are six children, Toni, Scott, Martin, Bradley (Jill) Elliott of Ottawa, Mark (Cher) Elliott of Kalida, Stacy (Matthew) Wolfrum of Delta; a stepdaughter, Teresa; his dog Sammy; three grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; a step greatgrandchild; and step-sister, Roberta Leatherman. He was preceded in death by four brothers, John, Rob-
FINDLAY — Judith L. (Studer) Shelton, 72, of Findlay passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 24, 2012 at her residence. Judy was born on July, 28, 1939 to John and Berneda (Konst) Studer in Findlay. Judy owned and operated Napoli pizzeria until 1980, also owned and operated the West End Tavern, and B&B Enterprises and Concessions. Judy also worked as a lunch monitor for Chamberlin Hill School. Judy enjoyed gardening, traveling, and going to her grandchildren’s sporting events. Judy is survived by her children, Vicky (Andy) Inniger, Michael (Jeannie) Zehender, and Michele Zehender; grandchildren,
Warnecke of Cloverdale; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four sisters, Barbara McDonald of Crystal Lake, Ill., Belinda (William) Botjer of Deshler, Sandy Blevins of Genoa and Daunita Gregoire of California, Md. She was preceded in death also by two sisters, Janet Moak and Frances Firman; and a brother, Torrence Firman. Judy retired from Philips in Ottawa. She enjoyed sewing, baking, boating, fishing and especially shopping. She loved wintering in Florida with her husband. She was the best grandma ever. A memorial service will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 8, at Love-Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Leipsic with Rev. Tom Graves officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to service at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Condolences may be expressed at: www.lovefuneralhome.com.
ert, Carlton and David Elliott and three sisters, Mary Elliott and Lois Elliott. Dale retired from Philips in Ottawa and had worked for Niese leasing in Ottawa. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Ottawa where he served as trustee. He was past president and member of Putnam Sledders Snow Mobile Club; Leipsic Fishing and Hunting Association; Lima Eagles and was a former soccer coach. He was a Big Brother to Zack Basinger, hosted exchange students, two from Chile and one for Philippines. He enjoyed riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, boating, camping and skiing. Funeral services will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 7, at Trinity United Methodist Church, Ottawa, with Pastor Lynda Lockwood officiating. Burial will be in Harman Cemetery, Gilboa. Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Friday at Love Funeral home, Ottawa and done hour prior to the service at the church on Saturday. Memorials may be made to Putnam County Animal Shelter. Condolences may be expressed at: www.lovefuneralhome.com. Dale enjoyed his life to the fullest tin hopes of getting to heaven.
Lucinda Horstman CLOVERDALE — Lucinda A. Horstman, 96, of Cloverdale died at 8:12 p.m. Thursday, June 28, 2012 at St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. She was born Oct. 29, 1915 in Ottoville to the late Joseph and Gertrude (Unverferth) Dickman. On Aug. 12, 1939 she married Aloysius A. Horstman who died Jan. 20, 1997. She is survived by a daughter, Kathryn Copeland of Lima; a grandson, William Hale; a granddaughter, Teresa (Eric) Hale; three great-grandchildren; three sisters-in-law, Marietta Dickman and Ercel Dickman both of Alma, Mich.
Gregory Horstman OTTOVILLE — Gregory A. Horstman, 31, of Ottoville died at 3:10 p.m. Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at Van Wert Inpatient Hospice surrounded by his wife, kids, family and friends. Despite a courageous threeyear battle with cancer, he leaves us with memories of his heartwarming smile, determination and willingness to always “Make it Enough.” Greg was born Jan. 7, 1981 in Lima to Lawrence and Judy (Knippen) Horstman and they survive in Cloverdale. On Sept. 17, 2004 he married Sarah Kunkleman who survives in Ottoville. Also surviving are his five children, Carter, Landon, Brynn, Ty, and Mya, all at home; two brothers, Kevin (Beth) Horstman of Ottoville and Ryan (Karen) Horstman of Cloverdale; a sister, Marla (Rick) Dienstberger of Delphos; father-in-law, Gregg (Sandi) Kunkleman of Lima; mother-in-law, Nancy Kunkleman of Lima; and several nieces, nephews, in-laws, and godchil-
Tiffany Zehender, Max Inniger and Haley Inniger; and brother, John (Doris) Studer. Judy was preceded in death by her parents; first husband, Robert Zehender; and by her second husband, Glen Shelton. Graveside services will be held on Saturday, July 7, at 11 a.m. in St. Michael cemetery with Chaplain Kathie Tomazic officiating. Hufford Family Funeral Home, 1500 Manor Hill Rd., Findlay (419-4221500) has been entrusted with the arrangements. Memorial contribution’s in Judy’s name may be made to Bridge Home PANDORA — Guy VerHealth and Hospice. hoff reported the month end Online condolences may weather summary for June. be sent to: www.huffordfh. The average maximum com. temperature for the month of June was 83.4 degrees. The average minimum temperature was 59.4 degrees. This makes the average temperature for the month
dren. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ben and Donelda Horstman and William and Anna Knippen. Greg was a construction worker for Krietemeyer Concrete, Fort Jennings. He was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Ottoville and the Ottoville Knights of Columbus. He was a 1999 graduate of Ottoville High School where he played basketball, ran track, cross-country and was a member of school record holding 4 x 800 relay team. He was a graduate of Northwestern Business College where he received his accounting degree. Greg enjoyed being out in the fields farming, coaching T-Ball, Upwards Basketball, and YMCA Youth Soccer. He was a runner and completed the Detroit and Columbus Marathons. He was a fan of the Reds, Bengals and Ohio State Buckeyes. Greg was a family man who always had fun with his children and was a very loving husband, dad, son, brother and uncle. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Monday, July 2, at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Ottoville with Fr. John Stites officiating. Burial was in St. Mary Cemetery, Ottoville. Arrangements were handled by Love-Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Jackson Township. Memorials may be made to Greg’s Children’s Education Fund c/o Ottoville Bank or to the Ottoville Athletic Boosters. Condolences can be expressed at: www.lovefuneralhome.com.
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and Eulalia Gerschutz of Ottawa; and several nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by a son, Charles Horstman; a great-granddaughter, Courtney Hale; two brothers, Edwin and Urban Dickman; and four sisters, Donelda Horstman, Ladonna Bendele, Juliann Dickman, and Louella Maenle. Lucinda was a cook at Paradise Oaks Nursing Home in Cloverdale and had worked at the Ford plant in Detroit. She was a member of St. Barbara Catholic Church, Cloverdale and its Altar Rosary and Catholic Ladies of Columbia Societies. She was a former choir member and altar sacristan. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 3, at St. Barbara Catholic Church, Cloverdale with Fr. Roger Bonifas officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Love-Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Jackson Township. Memorials may be made to St. Barbara Cemetery or to a charity of the donor’s choice. Condolences can be expressed at: www.lovefuneralhome.com.
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71.4 degrees. The normal average temperature for the month of June is 69.3 degrees. The high temperature for the month was 102 degrees on June 28. The low for the month was 49 degrees on June 1. Precipitation for the month of June was 2.06 inches. Normal average precipitation is 4.16 inches. The weather for the past week: H L Precip. June 26 80 50 June 27 83 55 June 28 102 71 June 29 93 60 .37 June 30 90 63 .14 July 1 93 67 trace July 2 91 64
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Alfred Giesige OTTAWA — Alfred A. Giesige, 83, of Ottawa, died at 4:18 a.m. Monday, July 2, 2012 at The Meadows of Ottawa-Glandorf. He was born Jan. 12, 1929 in New Bavaria to the late William and Elva (Hammer) Giesige. On July 7, 1956, he married Jean Ann Kaple, who died Nov. 13, 2010. Alfred is survived by his children, Jerry (Tammy) Giesige of London, Ky., Cindy (Steve) Kuhlman of Ottawa, Joanie (Pat) Langhals of Glandorf and Patty (Mike) Jerwers of Ottawa; 11 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a sis-
Ruth Ann Maag TIFFIN — Ruth Ann Maag, 88, of Tiffin died at 11:02 a.m., Thursday, June 28, 2012 at Volunteers of America Autumnwood Care Center. She was born in Putnam County, Sept. 4, 1923 to Henry and Anna (Kramer) Meyer. Ruth married Virgil T. Maag Jan. 21, 1942 in St. Isadore Catholic Church in Cuba, Ohio. He preceded Ruth in death on Jan. 12, 1990. Survivors include, two sons, Kenneth P. (Faye) Maag, of Fremont, Donald R. (Lina) Maag of Jacksonville, Fla.; three daughters,
COLUMBUS GROVE — Naomi Marie Bowers, 82, died at 11:53 p.m. June 27, 2012, at her residence. She was born Oct. 12, 1929, in Lima to Jerry Maurice and Laura Belle Snider Witham, who preceded her in death. On Jan. 4, 1951, she married Robert L. Bowers, who died April 14, 1997. Mrs. Bowers was a graduate of Buckland High School, Buckland. She was a member of St. John United Methodist Church, Columbus Grove, and its Women’s Group. She had served as a precinct worker in Putnam County for several years. She was a member of Mother’s Club Blocks to
ter, Rita (Al) Prigge of Napoleon; and significant other, Edna Siebeneck. He is preceded in death by a brother, Harold Giesige and two half-brothers, Valois and Charles Giesige. Alfred retired from the former Philips in Ottawa. He was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa. He was a member of Ottawa Eagles and Lima Moose and social member of the Ottawa and New Bavaria VFW. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, July 6, at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Ottawa, with Fr. Matt Jozefiak officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Love Funeral Home, Ottawa where a scripture service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Memorials may be given to the Leukemia Society or the charity of donor’s choice. Condolences may be expressed to: www.lovefuneralhome.com Marilyn (Robert) Klaus, Delores Maag, and Judy (James) Schank, all three of Tiffin; 23 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; four great-great grandchildren; and a sister, Edna Kruse of Kalida. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Virgil, a sister Helen M. Verhoff and a brother, Alfred Meyer. Ruth retired from ExCell-D Wire as a custodian. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, the Rosary Altar Society, the Kiwanis Senior Citizens and she had been a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Republic, Ohio. The funeral Mass was celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, July 2, at St. Mary Catholic Church with the Rev. Michael Roemmele officiating. Arrangements were handled by Traunero Funeral Home and Crematory, 214 South Monroe St., Tiffin. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Volunteers of America Autumnwood Care Center or to a charity of the donor’s choice. Books, Columbus Grove. She loved playing cards and enjoyed being with her family, whether it was going to Atlanta to see her daughters, going to the lake with family or having them over to her home. Survivors include two sons, Michael (Jill) Bowers, of Columbus Grove, and David Bowers, of Lima; two daughters, Debra (Robert) Sherwood, of Lilburn, Ga., and Cynthia (Joel) Dunifon, of Snellville, Ga.; a sister, Eleanor (Paul) Iler, of Bucyrus; nine grandchildren, Heidi (Kevin) Goon, Mikey (Amanda) Bowers, Robbie Sherwood, Ashley (John) London, Jared and Jason Dunifon, and Benjamin, Austin and Samantha Bowers; and seven greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by seven brothers and two sisters. Services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at Hartman Sons Funeral Home, Columbus Grove. Pastor Gary Ginter officiated. Burial was in Truro Cemetery, Columbus Grove. Memorial contributions may be made to St. John United Methodist Church or Putnam County Hospice.
Doty, Joyce N., age 55, of Baltimore and formerly of Bluffton, died May 28, 2012, at her residence. Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 7, at Maple Grove Cemetery in Bluffton, with military rites by the Army. Arrangements are by ChilesLaman Funeral & Cremation Services, Bluffton. Edwards, Virginia “Ginger” L., age 72, of Columbus Grove, died at 12:35 p.m. on Sunday, July 1, 2012, at St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. Services will begin at 11 a.m.
on Friday, July 8, at St. John’s United Methodist Church, Columbus Grove. Burial will be in Truro Cemetery, Columbus Grove. Visitation will be held from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday Hartman Sons Funeral Home, Columbus Grove.
Boedicker, Leon H., 67 of of Ottawa died at 11:19 a.m. Sunday, July 1, 2012 at Putnam County Ambulatory Care Center, Glandorf. Arrangements are being handled by Heitmeyer Funeral Home, Ottawa.
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Civil/Contract Steven Lambert Kleman and Judith K. Kleman of Miller City, to pay judgment of $3,425.74 plus interest as well as court costs to Blanchard Valley Health System and Bluffton Hospital, Findlay. Woodie A. Shade, Ottawa, to pay judgment of $6,702.87 plus accrued interest in the amount of $221.46 and interest thereafter on the principal balance as well as the costs of this action to Asset Acceptance LLC, Warren, Mich. Brett M. Varner, Kalida, to pay judgment of $1,318.56 with interest and costs to St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. Samuel Jamison and Melissa Jamison, Fort Jennings, to pay judgment of $1,549 with interest and costs to Lima Radiological Assoc. Steven P. Diemer, Continental, to pay judgment of $1,226.89 plus interest and costs to Toledo Edison Company, Toledo. Small Claims Justin Kottenbrock, Lima, to pay judgment of $191.26 plus interest and court costs of this action to Jason C. Brown, dba Ellerbrock’s Plumbing and Heating Inc. Ottawa. Bill Maag, Continental, to pay judgment of $961.60 plus interest and court costs of this action to Cherry’s Propane Service LTD, Ottawa. Michael Casteel, Leipsic, to pay judgment of $323.33 plus interest and court costs of this action to Cherry’s Propane Service LTD.
Pamela S. Halker, Columbus Grove, to pay judgment of $402.70 plus court costs and interest to Kohls Market, Columbus Grove. Criminal Matt W. Frankart, 43, New Bavaria, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of disorderly conduct, found guilty, fined $100. Eldon J. Ridinger, 51, Ottawa, pleaded no contest to charge of persistent disorderly, found guilty, fined $100 and 30 days jail with 20 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense in two years. Defendant to serve six months probation or until released, whichever occurs later. Defendant to complete an assessment at Pathways and abide by recommendations, pay fine and costs within 120 days. Defendant remanded from court to jail with credit for one day jail previously served. Ted E. Oard, 26, Pandora, entered no contest plea to attempted trafficking in drugs, found guilty sentenced immediately. It is ordered $250 fine and sentenced to 180 days in jail with 150 days suspended upon the following conditions: he has no further violations of any similar laws in two years, serve 12 months probation or until released whichever occurs later, $100 restitution to be paid through clerk of courts office to man unit. Defendant remanded to serve 30 days jail. Michael A. Shrake, 39, Akron, pleaded no contest to criminal trespassing, found
guilty, fined $150 and 30 days jail with 28 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense in two years. Defendant is given credit for one day jail previously served. Brian J. Kleman, 28, Cloverdale, open container, $60 fine. Traffic Connie Roselit, 39, Kalida, pleaded guilty to charge of OVI second offense, found guilty, 6 points, fined $1,000 and 180 days jail and two year class 4 license suspension, sentence is modified as follows: $475 of fine and 170 days jail suspended on condition: defendant reports to Putnam County Jail to serve 240 consecutive hours. No similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take breath/blood alcohol test in two years from date of this entry. No violation of driving privileges restriction and maintain insurance coverage according to statute. Attend Victim Impact Panel as directed by court. Defendant complete an assessment at Pathways Counseling Center and abide by their recommendations. Payment of fine and costs within 120 days or appear. Serve one year probation through the county court probation department. Defendant’s license plates for the vehicle in which she was driving at the time of this offense are ordered impounded for 90 days. Defendant’s vehicle is ordered immobilized for 90 days, license suspension modified after 45 days
to permit work commutation driving with restricted plates and ignition interlock and proof of insurance. Defendant must obtain and provide proof of restricted plate/ignition interlock to court, before driving privilege card will be issued. Defendant can apply for further modification of drivers license suspension after attending jail and counseling, payment of all fines and costs, and passage of one year. Lindsay N. Rosengarten, 20, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of underage possession, found guilty, fined $250 and 180 days jail with 180 days jail suspended on condition she has no similar offense or any alcohol offense in two years. Defendant to complete an assessment at Pathways and abide by recommendations, attend VIP to be paid and enrolled within 14 days. File with court proof of attending counseling and VIP within six months, defendant to perform 16 hours of community service or conditions are hereby terminated. Companion charge dismissed. Julie A. Edwards, 49, Kalida, pleaded guilty to amended charge of second offense reckless operation, found
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guilty, 4 points, fined $250 and 30 days jail and ALS is to continue and sentence is modified as follows: 27 days jail suspended on condition: she attend 72 hour Driving Intervention Program. Defendant is to be given three days credit for successfully completion of program. No similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take breath/ blood alcohol test in two years from date of this entry. No violation of driving privileges and maintain insurance according to statute. Pay fine and cost within 120 days or appear. Attend Victim Impact Panel the court ordered license suspension modified upon proof of insurance and after 30 days to permit work commutation driving, to and from DIP, VIP and medical purposes. If DIP is not completed any limited driving privileges will be revoked. Alex M. Bustamante, 36, Defiance, speeding, $50 fine. Freddie Soto, 42, Defiance, speeding, $50 fine. Michael E. George, 31, McComb, speeding, $50 fine. Mason A. Foulk, 21, Prospect, speeding, $50 fine. Margarita Basquez, 18, Oakwood, speeding, $50 fine.
Cynthia L. Zachrich, 40, Ottawa, speeding, $60 fine. Craig A. Steffan, 32, Leipsic, speeding, $60 fine. Frederick B. Fortman Jr., 53, Ottawa, speeding, $80 fine. Craig R. Carder, 20, Delphos, right-of-way at stop sign, $40 fine. Samantha J. Hartman, 22, Delphos, right-of-way at stop sing, $50 fine. Bernard J. Mershman, 37, Columbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine. Brian D. Claypool, 42, Delphos, right-of-way at stop sign, $40 fine. Dakota L. Sudlow, 21, Leipsic, speeding, $60 fine. Robert P. Wannemacher, 63, Cloverdale, speeding, $50 fine. Douglas L. Lewis, 27, St. Paris, speeding, $50 fine. Darwin E. Junge, 46, Napoleon, speeding, $60 fine. Cody W. Warnecke, 21, Ottawa, overload gross/overload axle, $145 fine. Stephen M. Fitch, 41, Oakwood, speeding, $60 fine. Bonnie J. Knueve, 51, Kalida, speeding, $60 fine. Eric E. Pavel, 28, Ottawa, seat belt driver, $40 fine. Benny R. Beavers, 51, Columbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine.
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to southbound Eugene F. Rosengarten, 63 of Ottawa, who didn’t have to stop. Ian J. Clark, 41, Ottawa was traveling westbound on St. Rt. 15, slowing down to make a right hand turn onto his driveway at 12492 St. Rt.. 15, when 23 year old Keri M. Stechschulte of Ottawa struck their car in the rear on June 24. On June 24, Johnny Chavez, 41, of Leipsic was traveling north on St. Rt.. 65 when a deer crossed the west side heading east striking the front of his vehicle. On June 26, 45 year old Michael L. Kohls of Columbus Grove, was backing out of the driveway at 24430 Rd. P and failed to yield to 47 year old Robert Henry Trenkamp of Cloverdale. He was pulling a 15x16 Cronkhite trailer and the trailer was damaged. Trenkamp was also pulling a skid steer roll trailer, but it was not damaged.
Accidents On June 19, Misty D Radar, 30, of Findlay was traveling west bound on Rd. I-7 when Scott A. Hoffman, 39 of Ottawa backed out of his driveway and struck her vehicle. On June 21, Faith E. Stechschulte, 25, of Columbus Grove was traveling westbound on St. Rt. 12 in the 800 block when she lost control of the car, overcorrected, and then slid her vehicle sideways across the road until she hit the ditch turning over and coming to rest on the passenger side. She was cited with failure to control. On June 21, Jerry G. Morman 34, Ottawa, was traveling eastbound on Rd. J when a deer ran out in front of his car, damaging the hood. On June 22, Edward E. Seward, 63, of Lima, was traveling eastbound on W. Main St. when he had to stop and continued on to turn left onto N. Broad St. He failed to yield
County Court sion and control of the adult parole authority under any terms and conditions that they deem appropriate. Court further imposes the following conditions and sanctions of the defendant’s community control: serve 45 days in Putnam County Jail on counts II, IV and VI. Defendant shall be given credit for nine days previously served. Sentences to run concurrently. Defendant shall report immediately to Putnam County Jail upon completion of sentencing in Van Wert County; undergo drug and alcohol use monitoring; undergo drug and alcohol treatment and assessment as directed by her supervising officer and follow all recommendations resulting from assessments and/or treatments; maintain employment; no contact with/co-defendant; pay restitution of $310 to victim; pay court costs of action. Violation of any term of this sentence shall lead to a more restrictive sentence for defendant of 12 months at ODRC. Which could be served consecutively. Defendant’s driver’s license is suspended for six months. Cynthia M. Teegarden, 36, Cloverdale, pleaded guilty to counts I and III- trafficking in drugs. Sentenced to 24 months on each count to be served concurrently at ODRC. Pre-sentence investigation report be made part of the record. Defendant may be subject to a discretionary period of post release control for three years under terms and conditions as determined by adult parole authority. Any violation of the terms of post release control may lead to a more discretionary sentence for defendant of an additional prison term of 1/2 stated prison term; to-wit: 12 months. Defendant shall pay restitution of $2,280 to man unit and court costs of this action. Defendant’s operator’s license is suspended for one year. Trudy K. Grueser, 46, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to one count of misuse of a credit
card. Sentenced to three years community control under general supervision and control of the adult parole authority under any terms and conditions that they deem appropriate. Court further imposes the following conditions and sanctions of the defendant’s community control: serve 45 days in Putnam County Jail; granted work release for her job and defendant is not allowed to have overtime that is not mandatory during work release; pay per diem rate of jail time costs and work release; pay restitution of $1887.69 to Capital One Credit Card; not permitted to have a credit card in her name; pay court costs of action. Violation of any term of this sentence shall lead to a more restrictive sentence for defendant of 12 months at ODRC.
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Criminal Matthew T. Straley, 24, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to one count -receiving stolen property and one count having weapons while under disability (attempt). Sentenced to 12 months on count I and 18 months on count II at ODRC. Sentences shall be served consecutive with credit for 122 days previously served as of date of hearing plus credit for any additional days served while pending transfer into custody of ODRC. Defendant may be subject to a discretionary period of post release control for three years under terms and conditions as determined by adult parole authority. Any violation of the terms of post release control may lead to a more discretionary sentence for defendant of an additional prison term of 1/2 stated prison term; to-wit: 15 months. Cody Dickerson, 19, Continental, pleaded guilty to one count trafficking in drugs. Sentenced to 24 months at ODRC with credit for two days previously served as of date of hearing plus credit for any additional days served while pending transfer. Presentence investigation report be made part of the record. Defendant may be subject to a discretionary period of post release control for three years under terms and conditions as determined by adult parole authority. Any violation of the terms of post release control may lead to a more discretionary sentence for def of an additional prison term of 1/2 stated prison term; to-wit: 12 months. Defendant shall pay restitution of $1,770 to man unit, fine of $5,000 and court costs of this action. Defendant’s operator’s license is suspended for one year. Brittany A. Bermudez, 21, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to one count forgery; one count receiving stolen property; one count possession of drugs. Counts I, III and V are dismissed. Sentenced to three years community control under general supervi-
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Behrns - Hamilton to wed in August Paul and Kelly Gerten of Ottawa and Scott and Jennifer Harden of Findlay, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Kathleen Hamilton, to Donald Matthew Behrns, son of John and Mary Behrns of Ottawa. The couple will exchange vows Aug. 18, 2012, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Kalida. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miller City High School and the Institute of Therapeutic Massage. She currently attend Rhodes State College majoring in nursing (RN). She is employed at Ellerbrock Chiropractic as a licensed massage therapist Her fiancé is a graduate of Ottawa-Glandorf High School. He is employed at Rudolph Libbe Inc. as a union brick Stephanie Hamilton mason. & Donald Behrns
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OTTAWA — Edna (Fortman) Gerdeman will celebrate her 99th birthday on July 10, 2012. She currently resides at Putnam Heritage. Birthday greetings may be sent to Putnam Heritage, 1380 N. Locust Ottawa, OH 45875. A family gathering is planned for a different date. Gerdeman’s nine children are: Jim and Alene Fortman of Piqua, Joyce and Eugene Renzi of Sackets Harbor, N.Y., Phyllis Poulson of Stevensville, Mich., Joan and Len Ebbeskotte of Glandorf, Tom and Karen Fortman of Lakeview, Carol and Mike Okuley of New Bavaria, Dan and Lynn Fortman of Shelby, Marcel and Charles Dorman of Vienna, Va. and Deb and Chett Bryant of Lauren, Miss. She has 38 grandchildren, 55 great-grandchildren and two
James and Cynthia Clevenger of Gomer, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Michelle Lynn Clevenger, to Matthew Ryan Spencer, son of Rick and Sandy Waaland of Vaughnsville and Robert and Debra Spencer of Columbus Grove. The couple will exchange vows July 21, 2012, at Gomer United Church of Christ. The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Elida High School and is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and The Ohio State University. Her fiancé is a 2003 graduate of Columbus Grove High School. He is employed by Roman J. Claprood of Michelle Clevenger & Lima.
great-great-grandchildren. She enjoys playing cards, dancing, listening to book tapes and all kinds of sports. She also enjoys getting greeting cards and having company. Feel free to visit anytime at Putnam Heritage in Ottawa.
Dedication of fourth Habitat for Humanity home set for July 9 CONTINENTAL — The public is invited to the dedication of the fourth Habitat for Humanity home in Putnam County on Monday, July 9. There will be an open house with light refreshments at 5 p.m. and a dedication ceremony at 7 p.m. The home was built in partnership with the Pedro Soto and Amey Brown family and is located at 201 Sugar St. in Continental, next to the Continental Public Library. The Soto home was made possible in part by a partnership with Putnam County Habitat for Humanity and the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. The home was built to Energy Star 3.0 specifications and Enterprise Green Communities
standards, making the home both energy efficient and a healthy place to live. Enterprise Green Communities requires that homes be built with formaldehyde free and low VOC materials. In addition, this is the first Habitat home in Ohio certified as an IBHS Fortified Home. That will withstand winds up to 130 mph. Habitat is not a giveaway program. In addition to a down payment and monthly mortgage payments, homeowners invest 350 hours of their own labor (sweat equity) into building their Habitat home and the houses of others. Habitat houses are sold to partner families as no profit and financed with affordable loans. The homeowners’
monthly mortgage payments are used to build still more Habitat houses. Putnam County Habitat plans to start construction of it’s fifth home in mid-July in Kalida for the Renee Schroeder family. Habitat’s ministry is based on the conviction that to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, we must love and care for one another. Our love must not be words only— it must be true love, which shows itself in action. Habitat provides an opportunity for people to put their faith and love into action. We bring diverse groups of people together to make affordable housing and better communities a reality for everyone.
Wildlife biologists verify more than 100 bobcat sightings in Ohio in 2011
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ATHENS — For the second year in a row, more than 100 bobcats have been shown to be living in Ohio’s southeastern counties with the confirmation of 136 sightings by state wildlife officials during 2011, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. The reports show an increase from the 106 verified sightings in 2010. The bobcat is listed as an endangered species in Ohio and is protected by state law. Bobcats once roamed across Ohio during early settlement, but as more people settled within the state, their numbers diminished. By the year 1850, bobcats no longer lived in Ohio. However, a handful of unverified sightings of the bobcat in the 1960s an-
nounced the introduction of the return of the Ohio bobcat. Since 1970, there have been 691 bobcat sightings in 38 counties verified by state wildlife biologists. The majority of wildcatverified reports for 2011 occurred in Noble County and surrounding counties. The bobcat may be verified with photographs of the animal itself and its tracks; road kill recovery and sightings by Division of Wildlife personnel as well as encounters through incidental trappings, which are followed by the animals being released. Since bobcats are typically elusive and it is rare for people to see them in the wild, the Division of Wildlife is using technology to clarify estimated populations of bobcats. To help
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Devin Ashley Niese, 26, Ottawa, pharmacist, and Keith Alyn Inbody, 23, Ottawa, operator. Kendra Kay Miller, 23, Columbus Grove, registered nurse, and Eric Benjamin Maag, 24, Columbus Grove, registered nurse. Kimberly Marie Bockrath, 27, Fort Jennings, teacher, and Wesley Joseph Lammers, 29, Ottawa, mason. Lindsay Marie Deters, 25, Ottawa, student, and Tyler Adam Schroeder, 25, Cincinnati, sales. Toumazos Ann Lauren, 23, Ottawa, sales rep and Alex Thomas Hermiller, 22, Ottawa, mechanic. Stephanie Kathleen Hamilton, 24, Ottawa, licensed massage therapist, and Donald Matthew Behrns, 35, Ottawa, mason. Chelsea Rian Slattman, 21, Continental, cashier, and Brandon Joseph Moore, 20, Continental, laborer.
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Special choir forming at the shrine CAREY — The Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation invites area singers to join the 2012 Assumption Choir. This choir, along with a brass quintet, will lead the music for the Vigil Mass of the Assumption, in the Shrine Park, on Tuesday, Aug. 14, at 9:30 p.m. This unique experience gives singers, amateur and professional, the opportunity to sing a wide
variety of music with a short-term commitment. Rehearsals will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the air-conditioned Original Shrine Church (next to the Shrine Gift Shop) on Sundays: July 29, Aug. 5, and Aug. 12. Please direct any questions to the Basilica’s Director of Music Ministries, Mr. Jack Gerding, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-396-7107.
St. Joseph’s hosting Jog for Sids FORT JENNINGS — The second year running of the St. Joseph’s Jog for SIDS, will be held on Aug. 12 in conjunction with the Parish Homecoming. A 5-K run/ walk starts at 8:30 a.m. and
tot trot begins at 9:30 a.m. Half of all proceeds will go to The American SIDS Institute. The other 50 percent will benefit St. Joseph’s. Last year $1,961.20 was donated to each of these
organizations. Registration forms are available on the parish website or by contacting Jane Metzger at 419303-7943. Pre-registration forms must be postmarked by July 15.
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LIMA — Rhodes State College is offering the Oral Health Access Supervision Program for dental hygienists on Friday July 27, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The goal of the course is to prepare dental hygienists to properly and safely practice dental hygiene under the Oral Health Access Supervision Program (OHASP) in Ohio. Dental hygienists who participate in this course will be able to treat a variety of patients under the Oral Health Access Supervision Program, including the medically compromised, developmentally disabled, geriatric and pediatric patients. Appropriate infection control procedures in
public health facilities will be discussed. Participants will learn record-keeping practices and which dental hygiene services can be provided in accordance with Ohio law The course instructor is Cynthia P. Koons, RDH, M.B.A. Koons has been an instructor in dental hygiene at Rhodes State since 1993. She currently is a full-time assistant professor. Koons is a member of The American Academy of Dental Hygiene, American Dental Hygienists’ Association, Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association and Northwestern Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association. Attendees may register by phone at 419-995-8406
or email Sybert.A@RhodesState.edu. The cost to attend is $169. Pre registration is required. This course fulfills the eight hours of instruction pertaining to the practice of dental hygiene under the oral health access supervision of a dentist and meets the standards established in Ohio Administrative Code Section 4715-9-06.1. This course is approved by The Ohio State Dental Board. Eight (8) CEUs will be awarded for course completion. For further information contact the Office of Workforce, Economic Development and Continuing Education at Rhodes State College at (419) 995-8406.
The Bridenbaugh school house on Road 6 near Pandora was damaged in Friday’s storm. On Sunday, July 1, workers were trying to cover the opening when it appeared another storm was on its way.
Rhodes State to Host One Stop Admissions Event LIMA — Rhodes State College will host “One Stop Admissions Events” on Wednesday, July 11 and July 25, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. These events are special recruitment days for students who plan to start classes in August, our Fall Semester. One Stop Events provide students the opportunity to apply for admission, complete financial aid, take placement testing, sign up
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LEIPSIC-BELMORE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples of Christ) 120 S. Poplar St., Leipsic Rev. Tim Eding Children’s Sunday School — 9 a.m. Adult Fellowship — 9 a.m. Morning worship — 10 a.m. Youth Refuge, 2nd and 4th Sundays — 6 p.m. ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH 318 State St., Leipsic Fr. George Wenzinger Masses— 4:30 p.m., Saturday; 8 & 10 a.m., Sunday; Spanish language Mass, 11:30 a.m., first and third Sundays of month LEIPSIC CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 318 E. Sugar St., Pastor Chris Riffle Sunday School— 10 a.m. Worship Service— 10:50 a.m. Small Group Ministry—6 p.m. Wednesday Bible study — 7 p.m. Kid’s Club — 7 p.m.
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Big innings power O-G over Leipsic By Charlie Warnimont Sentinel Sports Editor HAMLER — OttawaGlandorf’s offense came to life in the middle innings Monday evening. The Titans erupted 10 runs over three innings that helped O-G to a 11-4 win over Leipsic in the opening game of the ACME sectional tournament at Patrick Henry High School. The win sends the Titans to the winners bracket championship Thursday evening at 6 p.m. against either Columbus Grove or Patrick Henry (which was played Tuesday evening). Leipsic drops into the losers bracket and will play the Grove-Patrick Henry loser Friday at 6 p.m. With the game tied 1-1 going to the third inning, O-G was able to come up with four runs that gave them the lead for good. Cory Imm opened the Titan third as he reached on an error. Imm later went to third on an errant pickoff throw at first base. Imm scored as Jake Hashbarger lined a double down the left field line. Tyler Zender followed with a single to center and he stole second base before Drew Schierloh followed with an RBI single. He stole second and when the throw from Leipsic’s catcher bounced into center field it allowed Zender to race home with a win. Ben Dietering followed with a single and stole second before a wild pitch allowed Schierloh to come home with the fourth run of the inning and advance Dieter-
ing to third base. A strikeout and flyball to right field left Dietering stranded at third base. “That third inning we got back to our leadoff batter Cory Imm, who had a fantastic game getting on base and running the bases, then Jake Hashbarger had a great game hitting the ball solid that moved runners and drove in runs,” O-G coach Keith Schierloh said. “We did the right things when we got on base, hitting to the right side to get runners to third base. We only had the one inning when we really opened up, but we were able to score runs in different innings. It was a nice game for us, the guys played well.” After falling behind Leipsic responded with three runs in their half of the fourth inning. Neil Haselman led off the inning with an infield single before Austin Brown hit a groundball to shortstop. O-G attempted to turn a doubleplay, but the throw to second base was wide which allowed Haselman and Brown to get an extra base. Pierce Henry followed with an RBI single to short left-center. On the play, O-G attempted to get Brown at third base, but the throw was wide and sailed into the Titan dugout allowing Brown to score and Henry move all the way to third base. A single by Dylan Schey made it 5-4. The Titans avoided further damage as a flyball to right and another flyball to right, that resulted in a double play, ended the inning.
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Ottawa-Glandorf’s Jake Hashbarger (32) connects for one of his three base hits in the Titans ACME sectional game with Leipsic Monday evening. Hashbarger helped the Titans to an 11-4 win as he had seven RBI in the contest.
Having seen the Vikings come within 5-4, O-G extended its lead in the bottom of the fourth with two runs. Brad Croy and Imm opened the inning with singles before Cody Bockrath reached on a fielders choice play that had runners at first and third. After Bockrath stole second base a single by Hashbarger plated the two runs ending the Devin Mangas’ day on the mound. Schey came on to pitch and got the final two outs of the inning. Ottawa-Glandorf broke the game open in the fifth as they scored four more runs. With one out in the O-G fifth, singles by Jaylen Von Sossan, Tyler Ellerbrock
and Croy had the bases loaded. Imm bounced into a fielders choice play as Von Sossan scored, then after Bockrath walked to reload the bases, Hashbarger lined a double up the gap in leftcenter that cleared the bases. “We had a couple of errors that helped them to the big innings,” Leipsic coach Nate Schroeder said. “The second time through each pitcher we used they seemed to hit the ball harder, which kind of killed us. They were able to take advantage of our errors with some timely hits.” After scoring three times in the fourth inning, the Vikings had just three base runners the rest of the game.
They had runners at first and second in the fifth inning with two outs before a popup to first base ended the inning. Leipsic had a one out base runner in the seventh before the next two batters were retired. Von Sossan went the distance to record the win as he allowed four runs on four hits with seven strikeouts. “Jaylen threw a fantastic game,” Schierloh said. “Every time I talked to him, to see if he was getting tired, he just kept wanting to go back out there. That’s the kind of attitude you want from guys and he really did a great job. He had that one bad inning, but we had two errors in that inning and at
that point I just had to go out and settle everyone down.” “When we cut it down to one run, we had a chance for more runs, but we just never came through with the timely hit,” Schroeder said. “That’s the way it goes sometimes. I can’t complain. The kids put the ball in play, but sometimes it falls in there and sometimes it doesn’t.” Hashbarger finished with three hits and seven RBI for the Titans. Schierloh had two hits and an RBI. Von Sossan and Croy both had two hits in the win. Mangas took the loss for Leipsic. Four different players had hits for the Vikings, ➤➤See BIG/B2
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Leipsic’s Austin Brown (right) slides safely into third base Monday as he and Ottawa-Glandorf third baseman Tyler Ellerbrock watch an over throw of a ball from the outfield sail into the Titan dugout. Brown scored on the play, but the Vikings fell to the Titans in the game 11-5.
Stechschulte-Norton falls short in quest for Olympic bid EUGENE, ORE. – Columbus Grove native Abbie Stechschulte-Norton’s bid for a spot on the USA Olympic team came up short Saturday. Competing in the heptahlon at the USA Track and Field trials in Eugene, Ore., Stechschulte finished sixth after the final three events were contested. She finished the two day event with 5,855 points for seventh place among the 20 athletes competing. Although she missed qualifying for the Olympic team, they take the top three with an Olympic “A: standard score of 6.150, she
is eligible to compete in the Thorpe Cup in Marburg, Germany later this month. To compete in this event she needed to finish in the top seven. The Thorpe Cup is an international event between decathlon and heptahlon athletes from the USA and Germany. On Saturday, Stechschulte posted career best marks in the long jump (19-9), 800 meter run (2:16.78) and threw the javelin 117 feet. After the first day of the competition, Stechschulte was seventh with 3,547 points. Her top showing Friday was a third place in the shot put with a throw of 44-
11 ½. She finished seventh in the high jump (5-7 ¾), wsa 11th in the 100 hurdles (13.76) and was 18th in the 200 (24.88). Hyleas Fountain, a silver medalist in the 20o8 Olympics, won her fifth US Heptathlon title. Fountain finished with 6,419 points and will be joined on the USA Olympic team by 2011 US champion Sharon Day, who scored a career high 6,343 points and Chantae McMillan with 6,188 points. Fountain was the leader after the first day of the competition as with 3.948 points.
Adrian, Mich. — Jordan Basinger came to Owens on a baseball scholarship. After a standout sophomore year with the Express men’s basketball team, he will join Siena Heights University as a two-sport athlete. In his two-year career as a right handed pitcher with the Express baseball team, Basinger was 5-6 with a 5.83 ERA and 37 strikeouts in 63.1 innings. On April 1 of this past season, he threw a complete game one hitter against Lakeland Community College with nine strikeouts. He came within one out of the no hitter. It was on the basketball court where he really made his mark, however. In his one year with the Express, he made 56.4 percent of his shots while averaging 7.1 points and 5.9 rebounds to go along with 26 assists, five blocks and 30 steals in 18 games played. After joining the team following the start of the sea-
son, he eventually worked his way into the starting lineup. He started the team’s final 10 games and averaged 8.1 points, 6.4 rebounds, two assists and 1.3 steals per game. He led the team in field goal percentage, was second in rebounds per game and fourth in points per game. With his help, the Express improved from a 10-21 finish in 2010-11 to a 24-8 finish in 2011-12. The team advanced all the way to the Region XII District 10 championship game. “Jordan is a kid that joined us late in to the season, but made an immediate impact with his effort and his high basketball IQ,” said Express men’s basketball head coach Dave Clarke. “His character and his basketball ability are main reasons why successful teams can win championships.” Basinger joined the Express following a standout three-sport career at Kalida
High School. A 1,000 point scorer in basketball, he was First Team All-PCL his final three seasons, PCL Player of the Year his senior year, First Team All-District 8, All-Region, and All-Ohio his final two years, and he was a member of the state runner-up team his junior year. In baseball, he was First Team All-Putnam County League his sophomore and senior seasons. In soccer, he was First Team All-PCL his junior and senior years. Siena Heights is a member of the NAIA. Their baseball team finished 33-25 overall last season and 13-14 in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC). Their season ended with a loss in the NAIA Tournament. The men’s basketball team finished 7-24 overall and 4-14 in the WHAC. Their season ended with a loss in the WHAC Tournament quarterfinals.
DELPHOS — Columbus Grove had one player receive first team honors and one second team honors in voting by the Northwest Conference coaches this season. Katelyn Scott received first team honors for the Bulldogs, while Cece Utendorf was named to the second team. Scott, a junior shortstop, received first team honors after a big season at the plate as she hammered eight home runs and had a slug-
ging percentage of .712 percent. Overall, Scott was 22 for 66 at the plate for a .333 average, which included a double. She was second on the team in RBI with 25 and scored 23 runs. Utendorf, a senior second baseman, had a .383 average for the Bulldogs as she went 36 for 94 at the plate with two doubles. She was second on the team with 28 runs scored and drove in just eight runs, while stealing 11 bases. The Bulldogs’ Bobbi
Heckel was named to the Honorable Mention list. Ada’s Lindsay Simmons was named the NWC Player of the Year as she received 174 points in voting done by the conference coaches. Simmons played second base for the Bulldogs this past season. Bluffton’s Ashlin Gable was second in the voting with 153 points. Crestview coach Own Pugh was named the conference Coach of the Year as he guided the Knights to the ➤➤See BULLDOGS/B2
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By Jim Metcalfe DHI Correspondent FORT JENNINGS — Jefferson’s ACME summer baseball team put it all together at the plate versus Fort Jennings Wednesday night: 13 hits, nine baseson-balls, eight stolen bases and two hit batters; plus getting the benefit of five Musketeer errors and two balks. In the end, it ended up being a 17-5 rout on a warm evening at Fort Jennings Village Park. For the third game in a row, the Wildcats (8-6) got off quickly, scoring five times in the first inning. Tyler Wrasman (4 runs scored, 2-for-4, 2 runs batted in) was hit by a pitch from Musketeer starter Dylan Van Loo (2 2/3 innings pitched, 8 hits, 10 runs, 6 earned, 3 walks, 1 hit batter, 1 balk) to lead it off, stole second and took third on an error on the play. Zach Ricker (3for-4, 3 runs, 2 RBI) singled him in. He took second on an error on a pickoff play. A single to left by Austin Jettinghoff (3-for-5, 2 runs) singled him to third and stole second himself. Zach Kimmett bounced out to third to plate Ricker for a 2-0 lead, with Jettinghoff taking third. An out hence, Seth Wollenhaupt walked and also swiped second. An error on Zavier Buzard’s grounder scored Jettinghoff and advanced Wollenhaupt. An error on a pickoff play allowed Wollenhaupt to score and put Buzard at third, from where he scored on Nick Fitch’s blooper to short left for a 5-0 spread. That largesse staked Jefferson southpaw Gaige
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run, 1 hit batter, 1 wild pitch, 1 walk, 2 Ks) with one out in the home half and advanced as Bankey bounced out but couldn’t score. The Red and White made it 12-2 in the fifth. Wrasman led off with a free pass, advanced on a wild pitch, a groundout by Ricker and another wild toss. Jennings got a 1-out free pass to Van Loo in the fifth, a stolen base, a wild pitch and scored as Clay’s grounder was booted for a 12-3 edge, keeping the game going. Wollenhaupt doubled down the right-field line with one out in the Delphos sixth but was left there. Jennings tried to get closer in its half against Buzzard. He plunked Wittler to lead it off and also hit Wollenhorst an out later. Bankey’s comebacker advanced both but they could get no farther. The Wildcats (8-6) tallied five more in the seventh. Dylan Haehn beat out an infield hit to short, got to third on a wild pitch and passed ball and scored on a single to left Wrasman. He advanced on a wild pitch. Ricker walked. Jettinghoff grounded a sharp single into right to score Wrasman and put Ricker at third. Kimmett walked to finish Clay on the mound and bring on Mark Metzger. He plunked Kortokrax, scoring Ricker. An out later, Buzzard walked to force home Jettinghoff for a 16-3 edge. Fitch forced Buzard at second to get Kimmett home and that 17-3 bulge. Jared Hoersten led off the host seventh by drawing a walk off Kimmett, the fourth Delphos pitcher. Van Loo walked and both advanced on a wild pitch. An out hence, Metzger bounced out to score Hoersten. After Van Loo stole third, he touched the dish on a wild pitch to finish the night’s scoring.
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gled, stole second and went to third on a passed ball. A sacrifice fly by Hashbarger plated the run. Leipsic tied the game in the second inning as DeLaRosa walked but was forced at second base. Derek Steffan singled and took
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Local baseball/softball fields damaged Several baseball and softball fields that Putnam County teams play on could not escape the wrath of Mother Nature Friday during the severe weather that crossed the area. Damage to the fields included backstops, outfield fences and dugouts. Damage to a couple of local fields forced the ACME sectional tournament to be held at different diamonds. The diamond is pictured is Kalida’s Holy Name Ballfield.
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er’s resignation was accepted and 10 days of extended service was approved for Vanna Abbott. Audrea Mancinotti was recommended for sixth grade and Rob Warnecke was recommended as tech coordinator. All student-athletes were commended, particularly those who participated in state track qualifying, baseball for league honors, the envirothon teams for state envirothon placements and the band for its fair performance. Back to school supply night will be Aug. 1; kindergarten orientation and open house will be Aug. 15; and the first day of school will be on Aug. 22.
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July 6, 7 & 8 — St. Joseph Church Choir will be hosting Marblehead Summerfest in James Park, Marblehead on July 6, 7, and 8. The newly OPEN EVERYDAY OPEN EVERYDAY OPEN EVERYDAY OPEN JULY 4TH developed • Bumper Marblehead Boats Summerfest will consist • Go Karts of carnival rides, carnival • Batting games, vendors, bakeCages sale • 35 Hole and more. Bar-B-Que Golf Traveler willMiniature be preparing BBQ chicken and BBQ Ribs. • Ice Cream The Best Place For Family Fun! foods NEW! Outdoor Laser Tag Other willMore! include and Home of Squirty Worm! NEW! Two Passenger Go Karts summer time favorites 1996 W. Robb Ave. • Lima, OH (1/4 mile East of Lima Mall) • Belly Bouncer such as funnel cakes, hand• Bumper Boats • Batting Cages (419) 228-GAME • www.squirtyworm.com dipped corn dogs, cotton • 36 Hole Miniature Golf candy, taffy and more. • Ice Cream And More! • Belly Bouncer There will be a beer tent and The Best Place For Family Fun! live music overlooking the park. General Information: Home of Squirty Worm! marbleheadsummerfest@ 1996 W. Robb Ave., Lima, OH (1/4 mile East of Lima Mall) yahoo.com. 419-228-GAME • www.squirtyworm.com Group Discounts, Birthday Packages. 7 — The Putnam County No Admission! Good, clean Fun for all ages! District Library Ottawa location will have Spanish Music by a local musician Excursions 0 0 5 -3 on Monday July 9 from 6 to 3 2 419-5 Trailways 7 p.m. All are welcome to P.O. Box 449 attend this free program. Ottawa, OH 7 — Join Melinda Wil419-523-3500 liams from Open Circle Yoga and Wellness Center Trailways for a free one hour yoga Destination Sponsor Date class in the beauty of nature Hollywood “Casino Hot Spots” Thurs., July 12 on Saturday, July 7 starting Greektown “Casino Hot Spots” Mon., July 23 at 8:30 a.m. at Riverbend Firekeepers “Casino Hot Spots” Wed., Aug. 1 Recreation Area. All skill Motor City “Casino Hot Spots” Sun., Aug. 12 levels welcome, with no ex-
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Johnny Appleseed Park with “live” Nocturnal Animals. All are welcome to attend this free program sponsored by the Friends of the Putnam County District Library and Area Local Businesses. Register to win one year subscription to the Highlights Magazine, winner will be drawn after the last presentation on July 12. The schedule is as follows: Tuesday, July 10 - Kalida at 11 a.m., Pandora at 1 p.m.; Wednesday, July 11 - Ottawa at 11 a.m., Ottoville at 1 p.m., Leipsic at 3 p.m.; Thursday, July 12 - Columbus Grove at 11 a.m., Continental at 1 p.m. and Fort Jennings at 3 p.m. 10 — The Putnam County District Library Leipsic Edwards-Gamper Memorial location will have a gardening program on Tuesday, July 10 at 6 p.m. Join Master Gardener Janet Leingang’s program on succulents. All are welcome to attend this free and informative program. Any questions you can call the Leipsic Library at 419-943-2604. 11 —A free seminar, Living with Epilepsy, will be held at the St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, 2213 Cherry St., Conference Room #2 – Toledo, Wednesday, July 11, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Reserve your spot today by contacting The Epilepsy Center of NW Ohio at 419-867-5950 before Monday July 9, 2012. Light refreshments will be provided. 11 — Youth, ages 12-16 years old, can enjoy a day of canoeing fun on Friday, July 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Riverside Park, 231 McManness Avenue, Find-
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Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Students visit Washington, D.C. and area sites PUTNAM COUNTY — Savannah Roughton of Paulding, and Matthew Meyerhoffer, of Ottawa were among 35 high school winners from throughout Ohio and West Virginia who visited Washington, D.C. and other points of interest June 15 to 21 as part of Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc.’s Youth Tour to the nation’s capital. The week-long trip included a visit to the U.S. Capitol and other areas of historical significance. The students were awarded the tour in a scholastic competition sponsored by Paulding-Put-
nam Electric Cooperative, Inc. of Paulding, a Touchstone Energy® cooperative. The sophomores and juniors joined 1,500 other rural youths representing 42 states. As part of their tour of the nation’s capital, students met with members of their Congressional delegation, visited Arlington National Cemetery and attended a performance at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Savannah is the daughter of Shelly and Eric Roughton and Matthew is the son of Jim and Julie Meyerhoffer.
Fire Marshal encourages extra steps for a safe July 4th PUTNAM COUNTY — State Fire Marshal Larry Flowers has issued a Warning of Extreme Fire Danger and is urging Ohioans to take extra safety precautions this Independence Day holiday. “Any spark is a danger right now,” says Marshal Flowers. “These hot, dry conditions and the forecasted 25 mile per hour wind gusts is a recipe for danger. A spark, on dry grass, fanned by winds, can quickly get out of hand and put lives and property at risk.” To ensure safety at your backyard cookout or gathering at a park or farm field, the Marshal provides the following advice: • Do not burn for any reason except cooking/grilling or recreational fires. • Keep recreational fires contained in a designated fire pit, outdoor fireplace or confined to seasoned hardwood
in an area three feet or less in diameter and two feet or less in height. • Be careful when using lighter fluid. Do not add fluid to an already lit fire - the flame can flashback into the container and explode. • Supervise children around outdoor grills. Announcing a three-foot ‘safety zone’ around the grill is an effective way to keep both children and pets at a distance. • Dispose of hot coals properly - douse all of them, not just the red ones, with plenty of water and stir them to ensure that the fire is out. Never place them in plastic, paper or wooden containers. • Leave the matches to the adults and the fireworks to the professionals. That means teaching children to take any matches to adults. Do not light fireworks. Visit a local professional fireworks exhibition.
LIMA — The 2012 Spring Quarter Dean’s List for parttime students at Rhodes State College has been announced. To be eligible for this part-time Dean’s List, a student must be enrolled in at least twelve credit hours and earn a 3.5 grade point average or higher. Cloverdale — Jason J. Nussbaum Columbus Grove — Kelsey M. Brackman, Caitlin M. Darbyshire, Brett M. Reed Continental — Carolyn B. Delarber, Kristen M. Liebrecht Fort Jennings — Jamie L. Horstman, Michael Joseph Ricker, Benjamin F. Schroeder, Jennifer Michelle Stechschulte Leipsic — Taylor Lynn Hiegel, Justin H. Niese, Justin Edward Ritter, Kristina E. Verhoff Ottawa — Michael T. Bendele, Angela Sue Kaufman, Jennifer S. Nichols, Amy Marie Velasquez Pandora — Jessica C. Doty, Jessica N. Lehman
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Slow down! Drivers coming into Kalida on State Route 115 Saturday morning were greeted with this school sign after last Friday’s windstorm. The aftermath of the storm left almost the entire town of Kalida without power along with uprooted trees and roof damage throughout the village.
Ottawa Eagles awards scholarships OTTAWA — The Ottawa Eagles gives five scholarships every year to Eagles member’s children. Scholarship winners for 2012 include: Heather Schroeder, daughter of Bruce Schro-
eder from Ottawa-Glandorf High School, John Lammers, son of Keith Lammers from Ottawa-Glandorf High School, Kelsey Hoehn, daughter of Gary Hoehn, from Ottawa Glandorf High
School; April Horstman, daughter of Dale Horstman from Ottoville High School, and Robert Nadler, son of Dennis Nadler from Miller City-New Cleveland High School.
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Operation Street Smart program offered OTTAWA — The Putnam County Educational Service Center is sponsoring Operation Street Smart, an adult drug education on Aug. 13. This is a professional development opportunity. Operation Street Smart will be held at Ottawa-Glandorf High School Auditorium from 9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. This opportunity is for adults only. It will provide an overview of today’s drugs in our world and insight on how students are finding them and using them. This opportunity is
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Fort Haven’s roof rolls up like a sleeping bag Fort Haven in Fort Jennings lost its roof in the storm last Friday evening. Residents were evacuated and will not be welcomed back home until the roof is restored. Downed power lines and trees also blocked the entrance way of the living center. No one was injured in the event.
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3153 State Route 98, Bucyrus, OH 44820 Phone: (419) 562-2751 June 29, 2012 Hogs Headage: 148 LOW HIGH Market Hogs: 71.50 73.75 Light: 40.00 74.00 Heavy: 62.00 65.00 Comments: 1.75 down Sows Headage: 114 Light: 46.00 48.50 Heavy: 47.00 52.50 Comments: steady Boars Headage: 15 Light: 51.00 Heavy: 22.00 25.75 Comments: 2.00 lower Feeder Pigs Headage: 0 Cattle Headage: 326 Choice Steers: 115.00 125.00 Select Steers: 110.00 115.00 Holstein Steers: 104.00 113.25 Choice Heifers: 112.00 122.25 Select Heifers: 105.00 112.00 Holstein Heifers:93.00 (select steers) 103.00 (select steers) Cows Headage: 88 Comm & Utility: 72.00 85.00 Canner/Cutter: 68.00 77.00 Comments:light: 68.00 & down Bulls Headage: 11 All Bulls: 80.00 102.00 Total Headage: 878 Total Hogs: 277 Total Cattle: 423 Total Sheep/Lambs: 137 Goats: 41 Feeder Cattle Headage: 48 LOW HIGH Yearling Steers (600 - 800): 110.00 132.00 Yearling Heifers (600 - 800): 90.00 110.00 Steer Calves (300 - 600):110.00 140.00 Heifer Calves(300 - 600):105.00 145.00 Holstein Steers (550 & dn): Holstein Steers (550 & up): Back to Farm Calves Headage: 0 Sheep & Lambs Headage: 137 Choice Wool: 121.00 134.50 Choice Clips: 125.00 129.00 Lite Fats:120.00 (90-105#) 131.50 (90-105#) New Crop: Roasters:111.00 (45-85#) 125.00 (45-85#) Feeder Lambs: 102.50 126.00 Aged Slaughter Sheep:28.00 40.00 Comments:lambs: sharply lower Goats Headage: 41
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617 South Franklin Street, Eaton, OH 45320 Phone: (937) 456-4161 June 27, 2012 LOW HIGH Market Hogs: Light: 71.25 Heavy: 71.75 Sows Headage: Light: 45.25 Heavy: 52.00 Boars Headage: Light: 54.50 Heavy: 29.00 Feeder Pigs Headage: 0 Cattle Headage: 0 Cows Headage: Comm & Utility: 74.00 Canner/Cutter: 62.00 Bulls Headage: No Test Total Headage: 278 Total Hogs: 242 Total Cattle: 31 Total Sheep/Lambs: 5 Goats: 0 Feeder Cattle Headage:No Test Yearling Steers (600 - 800): Yearling Heifers (600 - 800): Steer Calves (300 - 600): Heifer Calves(300 - 600): Holstein Steers (550 & dn): Holstein Steers (550 & up): Back to Farm Calves Headage: 0 Sheep & Lambs Headage:5 Choice Wool: 115.00
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Comments: Total Headage: 116 Total Hogs: 16 Total Cattle: 70 Total Sheep/Lambs: 30 Goats: 0 Feeder Cattle Headage: 35 Yearling Steers (600 - 800): 110.00 125.00 Yearling Heifers (600 - 800):100.00 125.00 Steer Calves (300 - 600):120.00 155.00 Heifer Calves(300 - 600):110.00 135.00 Holstein Steers (550 & dn): Holstein Steers (550 & up): Back to Farm Calves Headage: 0 Sheep & Lambs Headage:30 Roasters: 126.00 134.00 Feeder Lambs: 126.00 134.00 Aged Slaughter Sheep:35.00 44.00
Heifer Calves(300 - 600):78.00 150.00 Holstein Steers (550 & dn): Holstein Steers (550 & up): Back to Farm Calves Headage: 72 By Head: Cwt: 150.00 212.50 Comments: thins: 140.00 Sheep & Lambs Headage:31 New Crop: 102.00 121.00 Goats Headage: 5 All Goats: down 60.00
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Inside Sales Representative Needed The Times Bulletin, an Associated Press award-winning five-day per week newspaper and website in Van Wert, Ohio, is searching for a part-time inside sales representative. If you appreciate working as part of a team, enjoy working with businesses large and small, and thrive in a busy and creative environment, this position may be a perfect match for you. Candidates who succeed in sales possess above-average written and oral communications skills, work with multiple deadlines and projects, and demonstrate effective organizational, time management, and planning skills. The successful applicant will learn and work with the company’s many products. They will also be involved with the classified ad program and help with some front office duties. The Times Bulletin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Newer Home 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Finished Basement, Glandorf 419-303-0507 For Sale: Condo Maintenance free brick vinyl exterior home. 2 BR, 2BA, 12x15 encl. sun room. Ready to move in. 100 Gemstone Dr., Ottawa. 419-538-6583
860 Recreation Vehicles
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G.S.W. MANUFACTURING, INC., a wholly owned Japanese company, is a Tier 1 and 2 supplier of high quality wiring harness assemblies for the automotive industry. We are seeking individuals for the following positions. Successful candidates will be enthusiastic, eager to learn, and highly motivated to succeed.
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840 Classic Cars 845 Commercial 850 Motorcycles/Mopeds 855 Off-Road Vehicles 860 Recreational Vehicles 865 Rental And Leasing 870 Snowmobiles 875 Storage 880 SUV's 885 Trailers 890 Trucks 895 Vans/Minivans 899 Want To Buy
800 TRANSPORTATION 805 Auto 810 Auto Parts And Accessories 900 PERSONALS 815 Automobile Loans 820 Automobile Shows/Events 925 LEGAL NOTICES 825 Aviations 830 Boats/Motors/Equipment 950 SEASONAL 835 Campers/Motor Homes
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P & A Industries is a growing manufacturer of OEM metal stampings and assemblies supplying the automotive industry looking for highly motivated skilled trades team members to support business growth and demands. Successful applicants will possess a high level of initiative, excellent communication and problem-solving skills, the understanding and importance of continuous improvements, safety, teamwork, and satisfying the customer. We are currently seeking candidates for the following positions: Maintenance / Electrical Technician - Must have experience in all facets of Electrical/Machine Repair including troubleshooting experience in both electrical and mechanical, strong electrical controls and PLC knowledge, understanding of AllenBradley Ladder Logic and HMI programming required, maintenance experience with hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical power presses, and fabrication. Tool & Die Maker - Experience in automotive metal stamping, must possess experience in progressive dies with presses up to 1000 tons, be able to build, repair, and maintain all types of dies, and weld fixtures. P & A offers a very competitive wage and benefit package. Benefits to include: Health, Prescription and Dental Coverage, Free On-site Medical Clinic, Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, 401K Plan, Paid Vacation, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, and Attendance Bonus Incentive. Applicants should submit resume to:
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Page Design/Copy Desk Position Open The Times Bulletin, an Associated Press award-winning five-day per week newspaper and Web site in Van Wert, Ohio, is seeking a talented page designer/copy desk person with Internet experience. A sharp eye for design and reliable news judgment as well as strong spelling and grammar skills are a must. Social media and basic Internet skills are also desired. The right person for this position will be able to juggle multiple tasks at once and meet deadlines. This position builds news pages and helps to update the Web site by working in tandem with other newsroom personnel. Knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop, Word and other related programs is extremely helpful. The opening is a full-time position with benefits. Shifts take place in the evening. The Times Bulletin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If this sounds like you, send a cover letter and resume to editor Ed Gebert at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: The Times Bulletin 700 Fox Rd., P.O. Box 271 Van Wert, OH 45891
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200 EMPLOYMENT 205 Business Opportunities 210 Childcare 215 Domestic 220 Elderly Home Care 225 Employment Services 230 Farm And Agriculture 235 General 240 Healthcare
535 Farm Supplies And Equipment 540 Feed/Grain 545 Firewood/Fuel 550 Flea Markets/Bazaars 400 REAL ESTATE/FOR SALE 555 Garage Sales/Yard Sales 405 Acreage And Lots 560 Home Furnishings 410 Commercial 565 Horses, Tack And Equipment 415 Condos 570 Lawn And Garden 420 Farms 575 Livestock 425 Houses 430 Mobile Homes/Manufactured Homes 577 Miscellaneous 580 Musical Instruments 435 Vacation Property 582 Pet In Memoriam 440 Want To Buy 583 Pets And Supplies 585 Produce 500 MERCHANDISE 586 Sports And Recreation 505 Antiques And Collectibles 588 Tickets 510 Appliance 590 Tool And Machinery 515 Auctions 592 Wanted To Buy 520 Building Materials 593 Good Things To Eat 525 Computer/Electric/Office 530 Events 355 Farmhouses For Rent 360 Roommates Wanted
245 Manufacturing/Trade 250 Office/Clerical 255 Professional 260 Restaurant 265 Retail 270 Sales And Marketing 275 Situation Wanted 280 Transportation
100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 105 Announcements 110 Card Of Thanks 115 Entertainment 120 In Memoriam 125 Lost And Found 130 Prayers 135 School/Instructions 140 Happy Ads 145 Ride Share
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PRIVATE COUNTRY HOME WOODS w/ TURKEY-DEER-RABBIT 11661 ROAD 16K OTTAWA, OH All Brick Ranch on 11.55 Acres w/ 2152 SF, 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, Large Kitchen & Dining Area w/ Large Island, Walk-In Pantry, Oak Cabinets, All New Appliances, Lots of Storage, 6 Panel Doors, Full Basement w/ Wood Stove, master Suite ,Large Utility Room on Main Floor, *A MUST SEE-CONTACT MARLENE BECKETT 419-303-6531
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Situated in Section 5, Pleasant Twp., Hancock Co., Ohio, and located on Rd. 118, ¼ miles South of the Hancock-Wood County Line Rd. 5. Near the joining points of Hancock, Wood, Henry and Putnam Counties. This farm formally was known as the Butler Farm
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Thurs., July 19th, 2012 at 7:00 P.M.
For you comfort and convenience, this farm will be offered at auction at the McComb VFW Hall located at 119 West Main St., McComb, Ohio at 7:00 pm. DETAILS: This farm consists of highly productive Hoytville soil that is in a high state of fertility with a good history of rotation of crops. This farm has been professionally farmed using the most modern farming practices and conservation farming methods. A bridge located at the North property line gains access to this farm. TERMS: $10,000 down immediately at the completion of the auction, balance due in 45 days. Visit website for complete terms and conditions at www.schroeder.homestead.com. Look this farm over, talk to your banker, make your financial arrangements and come prepared to bid and buy. AUCTION MANAGER: This auction is managed by Martin Schroeder, Realtor-Auctioneer-Land Agent. For information call: office 419943-3767 or cell 419-969-0789 or visit www.schroeder.homestead.com
1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Housing Water, Trash & Sewer Included Laundry Facility On-site Rent Based on Income Pick-up Application at Office or Call 419-659-5809 or TDD 419-526-0466 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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New on sight manager & maintenance Quiet Country Setting Many updates Well-kept grounds Community room with full kitchen 62 or older Disabled welcome to apply Laundry room on sight
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2 renters assistance apartments available First come, first serve basis if qualified 201 S. Third St., Continental 419-596-3821 Please feel free to stop by the Community Room and pick up an application or stop by the office: Mon 1pm - 5 pm; Tues-Fri 10am - 2 pm Office Number: 419-596-3821 TDD Number: 1-800-750-0750
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HIPPENSTEEL ESTATE HOME GREAT LOCATION! HOME ON E. FOURTH ST. • OTTAWA, OH
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Frame Home w/ Living Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Rear Breezeway w/Attached 2 Car Garage Built 1999, Nice Front Sitting Porch, Updated Vinyl Siding, Newer Roof and Windows
MONDAY JULY 9th, 2012 at 6:00 P.M. Real Estate!! LOCATION: ON SITE at Miller City- New Cleveland
Maintenance Building - In New Cleveland, Ohio Next to Old School WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS VERY GOOD METAL MAINTENANCE BUILDING Built in 1995 a 32’ x 40’ Metal Maintenance Building w/ Full Cement Floor, Overhead Door, Two Pedestrian Doors, Wall Board Insulation, Water in Building, Storage Loft Built-In Paved Basketball or Tennis Court on .8 Acres that adjoins Old School in New Cleveland.
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PERSONAL PROPERTY Starting @ 10:00 A.M. FURNITURE APPLIANCES HOUSEHOLD COLLECTABLES
Antique High Head Board Bed, Bevel Edge Mirrored Dresser, Marble inlaid Dresser, Antique Rocking Chair. Nice Modern Formal Dining Room Suite w/ 5 Chairs, Open China Hutch, Lazy Boy Recliner, Oak Oval Full Length Mirror, 3 Cushion Sofa, Wicker Porch/Patio Set, Fainting Couch, Stationary Chair Wood Kitchen Dinette Set, Oak 2 Drawer File, Cedar Chest, Panasonic 42” Color T.V/ VCR Player, 19” T.V. Samsung Component Stereo, 5 Bookcases, Good Selection of Books History Colliers, Civil War Books, Small China Hutch Writing Desk, Glass Top Patio Table & 4 Chairs, Knee Hole Desk, Framed & Matted Prints, Double Globe Lamp, Matching Coffee & End Tables, Antique Occasional Table, RCA Refrigerator, Microwave Oven, Woods Upright Freezer, Pfaltzgraff China Set, Corning Ware, Usual Kitchen Items, Pink Depression, German Painted Dish, Footed Bowls, Delft, Brass Pieces, Wine Decanters, Mixing Bowls, Candle Holders, Eureka Upright Sweeper, Hoover Shampooer, Movie VCR’s, Music CD’s, Gas Grill, Hose Reel, Xmas Items, Old Santas, Other Good Household Goods From A Nice Clean Home.
TERMS on PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash or Good Check Day of Auction FOOD BY: Big Dog’s Diner OWNER: Kathy Hippensteel Estate Thomas Hippensteel Executor Putnam Co. Probate Case# 2012-1032 Conducted By:
SIEFKER REAL ESTATE & AUCTION CO. OTTAWA, OHIO AARON SIEFKER, Broker & Auctioneer TOM ROBBINS, Auctioneer 419-538-6184 Office or 419-235-0789 Cell View on Web @ www.siefkerauctions.com CLIP & SAVE
NOTICE Per protocol any Public Entity of Miller City-New Cleveland School District may purchase this described property for the appraised price of $29,000.00. If any Public Entity wishes to do so contact Aaron Siefker Real Estate Broker in Writing by: 3:00 P.M. on Tuesday July 3, 2012
IF NO ONE STEPS FORWARD AUCTION WILL GO FORWARD ON MONDAY, JULY 9th at 6:00 P.M. TERMS: $3,000.00 Deposit Day of Auction/Balance Due in 30 Days Cash Contract / Sold AS-IS
OWNER: MILLER CITY-NEW CLEVELAND SCHOOL DISTRICT Conducted By:
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AUCTION LOCATION: For your comfort and convenience this Auction will be conducted at Columbus Grove Legion Hall @ 412 Plum St. Columbus Grove, Ohio
80.5 +/- TOTAL ACRES in 3 PARCELS Section 33 of Pleasant Twp. in Putnam County, OH GREAT LOCATION * Parcel #2
Part In Columbus Grove Next to Park Farms located South Edge of Columbus Grove, Ohio
“WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS” “ALL PARCELS IN COLUMBUS GROVE SCHOOL DISTRICT” “ACREAGE PER NEW SURVEY” PARCEL #1: 46.056 Acres +/- In SE ¼ of Section 33 Pleasant Twp. Access by an Easement from Slabtown Rd. with Hoytville/ Digby Belmore/ Mermill Soils, App. 2.5 Acres Wooded, Balance Farmable, Good Productive Farm PARCEL #2: 34.45 Acres +/- In SE & NE ¼ Section 33 Part of which is in Columbus Grove Corp. Next to Park, Access by Hall St., Mermill/ Digby/ Belmore Soils, Mostly All Farmable Great Potential with Good Productive Farm PARCEL #3: 80.5 Acres Parcels 1 & 2 as a Single Unit “Collective Bidding Method Used”
SEE WEBSITE FOR COLLECTIVE BIDDING PROCEDURE OWNER: Hitchcock Family Et. Al. 5 Bill Balyeat Attorney for Family
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SIEFKER REAL ESTATE & AUCTION CO. OTTAWA, OHIO AARON SIEFKER, Broker & Auctioneer TOM ROBBINS, Auctioneer 419-538-6184 Office or 419-235-0789 Cell View on Web @ www.siefkerauctions.com 00041174 CLIP & SAVE
June 27, July 4, 2012
July 4, 2012
PROBATE COURT OF PUTNAM COUNTY, OHIO ESTATE OF DILLER, CAROL B., DECEASED Case No. 20121092 PUBLICATION OF NOTICE (R.C. 2115.16) TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF DILLER, CAROL B. DECEASED, PUTNAM COUNTY PROBATE COURT, CASE NUMBER 20121092 The fiduciary in the estate has filed and inventory and appraisal of his or her trust. A hearing on the inventory and appraisal will be held in the Court on 08/06/2012, at 10:00 a.m. The Court is located at 245 East Main Street, Ottawa, Ohio, on the Second Floor of the Courthouse Any person desiring to file exceptions to said inventory must file them at least five days prior to the day set for hearing. Michael A. Borer Probate Judge/Clerk
July 4, 2012
NOTICE OF BID OPENING DATE AND TIME
Notice is hereby given that the work of the construction and the furnishing of materials for the SHAWN RECKER DITCH DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT, #957 located in Monroe Township, Putnam County, Ohio, will be sold to the lowest responsible bidder on THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2012. Place of sale: Commissioner’s Office in the Courthouse, Ottawa, OH Sale to commence: 9:00 AM Specifications and engineering drawings are on file in the office of the Putnam Soil and Water Conservation District, 1800 North Perry Street, Suite 105, Ottawa, Ohio. All bids shall be accompanied by a bond or certified check, cashier’s check, or money order on a solvent bank or savings and loan association in the amount of Five Percent (5%) of the Contractor’s bid, as a guaranty that said bidder will sign the contracts for the performance of the contracts signed as required by law: said bonds must be drawn on a reliable company Bonds shall be signed by an agent from a firm licensed to do business in the State of Ohio. Said firm name shall be shown also. Incomplete bonds shall be a cause for bid forfeiture. All contracts shall be signed and bonds perfected and returned within ten (10) working days for the Commissioners awarding of the project. The Board of Putnam County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS PUTNAM COUNTY, OHIO Superior Federal Credit Union, Plaintiff, vs. Phyllis A. George, et al., Defendants. Case No. 12CV121. Judge: Randall L. Basinger LEGAL NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE Robert W. Williams, Trustee of the Robert W. Williams Revocable Trust, Ruth E. Williams, Trustee of the Robert W. Williams Revocable Trust and the Unknown successor trustees and/or beneficiaries of the Robert W. Williams Revocable Trust, whose last known addresses are unknown, and cannot by reasonable diligence be ascertained, will take notice that on the 22nd day of May, 2012, Superior Federal Credit Union filed its Complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Putnam County, Ohio in Case No. 12CV121, on the docket of the Curt, and the object and demand for relief of which pleading is to foreclose the lien of plaintiff’s mortgage recorded upon the following described real estate to wit: Property Address: 3534 Road I, Leipsic, OH 45856, and being more particularly described in plaintiff’s mortgage recorded in Mortgage Book 608, page 2498, of this County Recorder’s Office. All of the above named defendants are required to answer within twenty-eight (28) days after last publication, which shall be published once a week for three consecutive weeks, or they might be denied a hearing in this case.
July 4, 11, 2012
Lori N. Wight, Trial Counsel Ohio Supreme Court Reg. #0080789 Lerner, Sampson & Rothfuss Attorneys for Plaintiff P.O Box 5480 Cincinnati, OH 45201-5480 (513) 241-3100 firstname.lastname@example.org
ORDINANCE No. 12-09 AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE QUOTE IN THE AMOUNT FOR $82,909.00 FROM FAWCETT, LAMMON, RECKER & ASSOCIATES, INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. FOR BUILDING AND PERSONAL PROPERTY, GENERAL LIABILITY, COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY & DAMAGE, LAW E N F O R C E M E N T LIABILITY, PUBLIC OFFICIALS LIABILITY AND EMPLOYEE DISHONESTY INSURANCE FOR THE VILLAGE OF OTTAWA, OHIO Ordinance No. 12-09 in its entirety is on file in the Clerk’s Office for public inspection during normal business hour. PASSED: June 25, 2012 ATTEST: Barbara J. Brickner, Clerk-Treasurer APPROVED: J. Dean Meyer, Mayor
July 4, 11, 2012
June 20, 27, Juy 4, 2012
SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Revised Code, Sec. 2329.26 The State of Ohio, Putnam County Chase Home Finance LLC, Successor by merger to Chase Manhatten Mortgage Corporation, Columbus, OH 43219 Plaintiff vs. Jill M. Schroeder et al, 2466 Lewis Avenue, Ida, MI 48140, Defendant, Case No. 2010 CV 00305. In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the east door of the Court House in Ottawa, Ohio in the above named County, on Monday, July 30, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., the following described real estate, situate in the County of Putnam and the State of Ohio, and in the Village of Ottawa to-wit: 968 N. Defiance Street, Ottawa, OH 45875 Legal Description A FULL LEGAL DESCRIPTION CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE PUTNAM COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE. Parcel Number: 32-076200.0000 Said Premises Located at 968 North Defiance Street, Ottawa, OH 45875 Said Premises Appraised at $40,000.00 (Forty Thousand and 00/100 Dollars) and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount. TERMS OF SALE: An initial deposit of 10% of the appraised value is due and payable at the Sheriff’s Office, Civil Division, by 4:00 P.M., the day of the sale. The balance of the amount bid is due and payable upon confirmation of sale and delivery of deed. All payments are payable by certified check or Money Order. The only real estate taxes, which shall be paid from the proceeds of the sale of the subject real property, are those which are due and payable as of the date of the sale, also taxes will be prorated 30 days after sale date and may not include special assessments. Federal tax liens may not be extinguished by this sale. All property sold at Sheriff’s sale is sold on and “as is” basis. There is no warranty or guarantee. Any delinquent water and sewer bills may be the responsibility of the purchaser. The successful bidder must present proper identification at the time their bid is accepted by the officer in charge of the sale. Note to the public: The appraisal may or may not have been an inside inspection of the property and the Sheriff and the Appraisers are not liable for the condition of the property that was appraised. Phone inquires may be directed to the attorney listed below, or to the Sheriff’s Office, Civil Division, at 419-5233208. Web address: www.sheriffoff.com James R. Beutler, Sheriff, Putnam County, Ohio Greg Westrick, Deputy Kelly M. McKoy,Plaintiff Attorney P.O. Box 5480 Cincinnati, Ohio 45201-5480 (513) 241-3100 July 4, 11, 18, 2012
Such hearing will be held at the office of the Ottawa Township, 320 West 5th St., Ottawa, OH 45875
Notes: All items considered negotiable for non-performance items. Construction work may commence after August 1, 2012 and must be completed by September 30, 2012.
THE PUTNAM COUNTY JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES is seeking bid proposals for Fiscal Consultation services for State Fiscal Year 2013. Successful applicant shall provide services to include but not limited to the following: Guidance on Agency Contracts, Procurement, Budgets, Agency Plans, Conduct Fiscal and Program Contract Monitoring. Previous/current knowledge and experience of Human Services programs, Federal, State and local rules & regulations pertaining to funding and expenditures is required. All bids for professional services are to be quoted at an hourly rate. Estimated travel costs must also be included in the bid proposal. Please send proposals to the attention of the Director at 1225 East Third Street, Ottawa, Ohio. Proposals must be received by close of business on July 10th, 2012
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE OTTAWA TOWNSHIP BUDGET Rev. Code, Sec. 5705.30 Notice is hereby given that on the 12th day of July, 2012 at 8:00 o’clock p.m., a public hearing will be held on the Budget prepared by the Ottawa Township Trustees of Putnam County, Ohio, for the next succeeding fiscal year ending December 31, 2013.
This notice is by order of the Board of Putnam County Commissioners in Ohio.
Such hearing will be held at the office of the Council Chambers,Municipal Building, 136 N. Oak St., Ottawa, OH 45875 Barbara J. Brickner July 4, 2012 Clerk-Treasurer 00041510
PROBATE COURT OF PUTNAM COUNTY, OHIO ESTATE OF LAURABELLE CRAWFIS, DECEASED Case No. 20121075 PUBLICATION OF NOTICE To the following persons interested in the estate of Laurabelle Crawfis pending in the Putnam County Probate at Case Number 20121075, This notice is provided to you. Randy D. Cooper, Great Nephew, Next of Kin Steven D. Beckman, Great Nephew, Next of Kin Michael Cramer, Great Nephew, Next of Kin Nicholas Cramer, Great Nephew, Next of Kin Donald Cramer, Great Nephew, Next of Kin Elizabeth J. Fairfield, Niece, Next of Kin Kimberly A. Anderson, Great Niece, Next of Kin Debra S. Lore, Great Niece, Next of Kin Ohio revised code section 2107.19(A) (1) states as follows: When a will has been admitted to probate, the fiduciary for the estate or another person specified in division A 4 of this section shall, within two weeks of the admission of the to probate give a notice as described in this division and in the manner provided by civil rule 73 E to the surviving spouse of the testator, to all persons who would be entitled to inherit from the testator under chapter 2105 of the revised code if the testator had died intestate,and to all legatees and devisees named in the will. The notice shall mention the probate of the will and, if a particular person being given the notice is a legatee or devisee named in the will, shall state that the person is named in the will as beneficiary. Ohio revised code section 2703.14 states as follows: Service may be made by publication in any of the following cases: (E) In connection with giving notice of the admission of a will to probate, when the place of residence of a defendant or other person entitled to notice is not known and cannot with reasonable diligence be ascertained. Ohio revised code section 2107.19 (A) provides that the following notice is to be given to the above stated defendants: You are hereby notified that the decedent died on April 30, 2012, that the decedents’s will was admitted to probate by the Putnam Probate Court located at second floor, Putnam County Courthouse, Ottawa, Ohio 45875 on May 14, 2012. This notice is given to the above named persons as next of kin who would be entitled to inherit from the decedent had the decedent died intestate. After a notice is filed evidencing any notices given, any action to contest the validity of this will must be filed no more than three months after the filing of the certificate for the estate of the decedent. Jon N. Diller, Attorney for the Fiduciary, Cynthia Crawfis 208 E. Main St., P.O. Box 297 Pandora, OH 45877 419-384-3238 June 27, Ohio Supreme Court 0014722 July 4, 11, 18, 25, Aug. 1, 2012
MONDAY * JULY 9th, 2012 5:00 P.M. Personal Property 6:00 P.M. Real Estate AUCTION LOCATION: 521 E. Fourth St., Ottawa, OH
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON 2013 BUDGET Rev. Code, Sec. 5705.30 Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of July, 2012 at 8:10 o’clock p.m., a public hearing will be held on the Budget prepared by the Ottawa Village Officials of Putnam County, Ohio, for the next succeeding fiscal year ending December 31, 2013.
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