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Friends of the Library in April.


Each panel of the mural depicts a theme
that tells the story of Payne including the
Native Americans, church and school,
farming, service and celebrating the library
in every season.
The painting of the mural started in May
with over 170 hours dedicated to painting
See MURAL, page 2A

See ANTWERP, page 2A

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Members of the Wayne Trace Art Club and their teacher Angie Stokes (far left) stand before their masterpiece that was recently
painted on the side of the Payne Library. The 86-foot mural depicts the history of the Paulding County village.

Wayne Trace Art Club


completes Payne mural
dents who volunteered in developing and
painting the community art piece.
The process began last fall when the Art
Club students received the grant followed
by the go-ahead to purchase needed materials for the project.
The students were divided into teams and
worked on designing thematic sections for
the mural throughout the spring with final
design being approved by the Payne Branch

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By JOE SHOUSE
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ANTWERP An ordinance
for minimum building standards for residential properties
was passed at Monday nights
Antwerp Village Council
meeting.
A resolution supporting the
establishment of the Maumee
River Water Trail as a designated water trail also passed
during the session. This allows
for the development of a canoe/kayak launch at Riverside
Park.
Council also heard from
the village administrator, Sara
Keeran, that EPA has issued a
violation to the village on the
brush pile at the sewer plant.
The motion was made and
passed to work toward registering the brush pile with the
EPA. The other option was to
close the brush pile and not
allow the public to use the facility.
With the passing of the minimum building standards ordinance within the village limits, the new ordinance allows
for the protection and general
welfare and public health and
safety for individuals living in
all residential properties. The
establishment of minimum
standards are for basic equipment and facilities for light,
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Ice cream, pulled


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By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
PAYNE After receiving a $1,000 grant
from the Paulding County Area Foundation
the Art Club students from grade seven
through 12 at Wayne Trace began making
plans for an outside mural located at the
Payne Library.
The finished product was unveiled on
Monday with a signing party for those stu-

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By JUDY WELLS
Feature Writer
OAKWOOD Nearly 40
volunteers, dignitaries, family members, friends and
well-wishers turned out on
Thursday, June 16 for the
dedication of the first Habitat
for Humanity home in Oakwood. The home, located at
409 North Third Street, was
built for Rusty Gibson, his
fiance, Trish Burch and their
energetic son, Corbin.
Laurie Lucas, Habitat president, welcomed the crowd
into the unfurnished living
room of the home.
We had such a good team,
she said of the volunteer
workers who built the house.
They really took great care in
making sure everything was
done right. It was awesome to
watch them work and I thank
them from the bottom of my
heart.
She went on to praise the
efforts of Darhl Fuller and
Jerry Riggenbach, who were
team leaders for the project.
Following a Litany of Dedication and the blessing of the

home by the Rev. Roger Emerson, county Commissioner


Mark Holtsberry read a prepared statement.
This is full circle for me,
he laughed. Rusty was a student of mine in school. He
never asked for anything other
than the opportunity to learn
and to graduate from high
school. Rusty and Trish, this
is truly the first day of your
new beginning.
Rusty Gibson then expressed his appreciation to the
entire Habitat crew and to the
village of Oakwood officials,
who donated many of the
costs for gas, sewer and water
hook-ups back to Habitat.
I want to thank everyone
who helped make our dream a
reality, he said. Without the
hard work and dedication of
all these people, we wouldnt
be moving into a brand new
home.
He said he and Trish had put
in at least 200 hours of sweat
equity by helping with painting and other duties to help
make their dream come true.
He thanked the Master Gar-

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

At the Blessing of the Dwelling, the Rev. Roger Emerson encouraged those in attendance to
place their hands on the walls of the new house.
deners for the landscaping and
flower-planting and said he
and his family were looking
forward to making Oakwood
their new home.

Laurie Lucas then presented Rusty and Trish with


gift books from Habitat for
Humanity and the key to their
new dwelling. Following the

benediction by Rev. Emerson,


refreshments were served to
the visitors. The family will
move into their new home on
June 26.

Crushin it

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

Lima-based country-rock band Nashville


Crush brought their
high-energy, award-winning stage show to an
appreciative crowd at the
grandstand at the Paulding County Fair on Friday. The fair concluded
Sunday with a demolition
derby. For more fair photos, see inside.

2A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Paulding Council seeks savings and grants

By CARRIE ONDER
Correspondent
PAULDING Pauldings mayor
asked the council for innovative ways
to save the village money, revisions
to two-hour parking areas were proposed and grant projects were discussed
during the Paulding Council meeting
June 20.
All council members were present
expect Councilwoman Barbara Rife.
Council held the first reading of Ordinance No. 1518-16 to regulate parking
within the village and repeal two previous ordinances. This proposed ordinance addresses the two-hour parking
downtown, stating:
In the downtown area, parking will
be limited to two hours of continuous
parking from 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. The limitations will
not apply to holidays and Sundays.
The controlled parking area is defined as:
1. On the north and south sides of
Perry Street.
2. On the east and west sides of Williams Street from Perry Street in a direction south one-half block to the alley.

3. On the east and west sides of Williams Street from Perry Street to Jackson Street.
4. On the east side of Williams Street
from Jackson Street in a direction north
one-half block to the alley.
5. On the north and south sides of
Jackson Street from Cherry Street to
Main Street.
6. On the east and west sides of Main
Street from Perry Street to Jackson
Street.
Councilman Robert Boyd asked if the
two-hour parking limits pertain to the
handicap spaces as well, since this ordinance does not address this. The council
will review the parking limitations for
handicap parking before the second and
third readings of this ordinance.
A representative from Maumee
Valley Planning was present to answer questions about the grant agreement through the Ohio Development
Services-Jobs Ohio in the amount of
$310,000 for the Gasser Road/U.S. 127
intersection project. The council voted
unanimously in favor of accepting the
funds, allowing the mayor to sign the
agreement.

The total cost for the intersection


improvement project is $676,100. The
village has previously accepted funds
in the amount of $150,000 through a
grant from Jobs in Commerce. An application to the Transportation Improvement Funds in the amount of $169,000
was submitted. If awarded these funds,
the village would be responsible for
$47,000. The village will be seeking
grants to cover the remaining balance.
Village administrator Harry Wiebe
presented a copy of an agreement for the
water tower improvement services for
the work to be performed on the Grant
Street elevated water storage tank. The
village has been awarded a grant/loan
from OPWC. The grant will cover 50
percent of the cost of the project, leaving
the village with a 15-year loan to cover
the cost of approximately $150,000.
The council voted unanimously to
approve the administrators agenda.
Mayor Greg Reinhart suggested that
the council review the cost of supplies
that are used in the administration building, stating that the paper towels were
rather nice and may need to be replaced
with a different type. Reinhart told the

council, You got to look at everything,


not just the big picture.
Councilman Dan Workman suggested that the council look at some of the
jobs that are currently being bid out to
third parties. He suggested that it may
be cost effective to combine jobs and
look at hiring someone to perform these
jobs.
Council listened to the concerns from
two citizens regarding the alley between
Dix and Summit streets. The citizens
reported that heavy vehicles have been
using the alley, resulting in damage.
The alley in question is an unimproved alley and is currently not open
for public use. The council spoke to
solicitor Mike Jones, asking him what
can and cannot be done. Jones said he
would contact the owner of the property and see if he can resolve this issue.
Reinhart stated he would review this
matter with the police chief to increase
patrols in this area.
Financial Director Annette Hasch
informed the council that three auctions
will take place on July 13. The first
auction, starting at noon, will be for the
installation of the water meter pits. The

second auction, starting at 12:15 p.m.,


will be for the materials needed for
the water pits, and the third auction at
12:30 p.m. will be for the water tower
improvement project.
Councilmen Robert Boyd reported
that the parks and recreation committee would be receiving the barrier and
mulch needed for the Boy Scout project on Friday. There will be volunteers
on hand to secure these items. The Boy
Scouts will be using these materials to
complete work at the Reservoir Park
playground by the first ball field.
Mayor extended thanks to Con
Shuherk for his years of service as an
EMT. Shuherk resigned as an EMT effective June 17.
The mayor presented the council with
the monthly EMS report for the month
of May: 86 total calls, 87 total patients,
350 total calls year to date, 367 total patients year to date, one new EMT Tiffany Martinez and one EMT resigned.
No major purchases were reported for
May.
The council adjourned into an executive session requested by Harry Wiebe
and Roger Dangler.

n ANTWERP
Continued from Page 1A

Joe Shouse/Paulding County Progress

Kyle Bickford, a graduated senior from Wayne Trace, was a


part of the Art Club that worked on the Payne Library mural over
the past few weeks. On Monday, Kyle signed one of the panels
that he helped paint.

n MURAL
Continued from Page 1A

the 86 foot long mural.


Students worked week-ends
on the project and I had one senior who helped several times
even after graduating. There
were three kids who came this
past Saturday at 8 a.m. to volunteer. Its hard to believe that
kids would be willing to do this
in the summer and so early on
a weekend, said Angie Stokes,
Wayne Trace art teacher.
The volunteer student painters and Stokes are thankful
for the positive comments and
encouragement they received
while working on the project.
Truly, what kept the students going throughout the
project was the encouragement
of the Payne community. It was

amazing, said Stokes. The


Friends of the Library kept the
students fueled throughout the
project with drinks and treats,
and there werepeople who
stopped by to treat the kids
to ice cream on the really hot
days. Every time we went to
work, people would drive by
and honk, shout out their car
window words of encouragement, stop by and talk to the
kids about the work, and providefeedback,ideas and memories.
Stokes went on to say that
with the ideas and feedback
from the community the students added a few features and
special details reflecting their
input.

ditions, for safety from fire and


accidents, and for an adequate
level of maintenance. The inspection of adverse property
can be made when initiated by
a complaint.
The village received word
that the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
was awarded to the village for
the funding of a new roof for
the fire department. The grant
total was $20,000 and will be
matched by the village in the
amount of $11,900. The construction project is scheduled
for 2017.
One bid was received for
the two lots on Oswalt Street.
The bids were in the amount
of $1,701 for each of the two
lots. The lots have an appraised value of $11,500 for
the one located at 118 Oswalt,
and $9,200 for the 120 Oswalt
location.
The lone bid was submitted
by Ed Snyder.
After brief discussion, a
motion was made and passed
to reject the bids due to being
significantly below fair market
value.
In other business:
The EMS has made 158
runs through May, and to date
have 103 outstanding runs yet
to be paid.
Police Chief George Clemens reported 82 calls for ser-

vice were recorded for May


and 58 offenses were sent to
Mayors Court.
Mayors Court collected
$3,838.25.
Mayor DeLong commended the area churches
for their volunteer work at
the park. Several individuals
painted much of the exposed
wood, including fences, hand
rails, etc.
A motion was made and
passed not to pursue an earlier
ordinance to participate in the
electric aggregation program.
The Safe Routes to School
project will be re-bid according to ODOT on July 14. The
award date is July 25.
During a special called
meeting held on May 26, an
emergency reading of an ordinance authorizing the mayor to
enter into a commercial energy
sales agreement with Champion Energy Sales LLC for the
purchase of electricity for a
term of 24 months. The ordinance unanimously passed.
A special called meeting of
the village council was called
on June 10 for the purpose of
hearing the emergency reading
of an ordinance authorizing
advertisement to solicit bids
for the purchase of a tanker
truck to aid in the provision
of fire protection services. The
motion unanimously passed.

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

OUTSTANDING LIVESTOCKER Megan Reineck, daughter of


Matt and Linda Reineck of Paulding, was named this years Outstanding Livestocker at the Paulding County Fair. The award is for
youth in 4-H or FFA who have at least two years experience in animal projects. Judging was based 40 percent on livestock projects,
40 percent other projects, and 20 percent community service. Applicants also were interviewed by the 4-H Advisory Committee.

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SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN Aaron Horstman (right) was the Showman of Showmen winner of
this years Paulding County Fair. He is being congratulated by Rodney Mobley. The Showman of
Showmen competition was held Friday afternoon among the champion of champion winners from
beef, dairy, dairy/beef, sheep, swine, goat, horse, rabbit and poultry departments.

Freshman Catherine Strable adds her name to the list of contributors who worked on the 86-foot mural that graces the side
of the Payne Branch Library.

Fairview nips WT 4-3


in ACME baseball
HAVILAND Fairview
scored one run in the top of the
seventh and then held on for a
4-3 victory over Wayne Trace in
ACME baseball action Monday
night at the home of the Raiders.
The Apaches jumped in front
2-0 in the third and extended the
lead to 3-0 in the fifth. However, the Raiders answered with
three runs in the home half of
the fifth.
Bailey Cline had a single
while Nathan Puffinberger posted a pair of singles. Zach Hess

and Kobe Baker each recorded


a single as well for Fairview.
Hunter Bostater got the win for
the Apaches, tossing 2-1/3 innings while allowing one hit and
striking out one.
Braden Zuber took the loss
for the Raiders, allowing five
hits, two earned runs and a walk
with two strikeouts in seven innings of work.
Seth Yenser had a pair of
singles for Wayne Trace while
Blaine Jerome, Zuber and Forrer added singles.

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

Some of the Habitat For Humanity volunteers and well-wishers gathered in front of the home with Rusty and Trish last Thursday.
The family is looking forward to moving into their home and making new friends in Oakwood.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 3A

Obituaries

Commissioners Journal

VIOLET HUGHES

Commissioners Journal May 25, 2016

1934-2016
ANTWERP Violet June
Hughes, 82, of Antwerp,
passed away Monday, June 13
at Vancrest of Antwerp.

PATRICIA
SILLIMAN

1930-2016
ANTWERP Patricia Josephine Silliman, 85, of Antwerp, passed away Wednesday, June 15 at Defiance Inpatient Hospice Center.

PAUL ZELLER

1950-2016
ANTWERP Paul Douglas
Zeller, 66, of Antwerp, passed
away Thursday, June 16.

JUSTUS
HAND


1920-2016
ANTWERP Justus Seymour
Hand, 95, of Antwerp, passed
away Monday, June 20 at Hickory
Creek Nursing Home, Hicksville.

GLEANERS DONATE TO 4-H Gleaner members of the Black


Swamp Arbor #780 of Paulding donated $1,000 to the local county 4-H clubs as part of their Helping Hands project for 2016.
Here, Arbor president John R. Manz (right) presents the check to
Mike Schweinsberg, representing the area 4-H clubs. Gleaner is
a non-profit insurance society that offers benefits to help groups
and people in this community through the people who belong to
their arbors.

Summer menus major in strawberries


We are halfway through June!
It is a lovely but warm evening.
Everyone has retired for the
night except daughter Verena,
who is reading on the porch
swing, and me. I am also on the
porch, writing at the patio table.
Im enjoying the peacefulness.
God has created such a wonderful world, and people do not
appreciate it enough. How often
we get so caught up in the busyness of life that we dont even
notice the beauty of it all. Im
watching two hummingbirds
that are buzzing by the feeder.
They are such tiny birds but can
make quite a lot of racket!
Today was a warm day to
travel to town with the buggy
and our horse, Mighty. Daughter
Lovina, 12, and son Kevin, 10,
had appointments at the eye doctor. Lovina needs glasses now,
but Kevins eyes test very well
yet. I was able to pick up my
new glasses as well.
My husband, Joe, made supper on the charcoal grill tonight
to keep the heat out of the house.
I appreciate that, especially after
coming home from town late in
the day. Verena and Loretta had
cleaned out some more cabinets
while I was gone.
Yesterday, June 14, was
daughter Elizabeths 22nd birthday. How can it be that our firstborn is already that old?
Lovina has been spending
Monday night and Tuesday with
Elizabeth. Timothy and Elizabeth brought her home last night,
and I made one of Elizabeths
favorite meals, since it was her
birthday. On the menu: mashed
potatoes, beef gravy, macaroni
and cheese, corn, lettuce salad,
sliced cheese and strawberries
and ice cream.
Our whole family went to
Timothy and Elizabeths house
on Saturday in honor of Elizabeths birthday. We all spent
the night there and stayed until Sunday evening. It was an
in-between Sunday, and so we
didnt have a church service
that morning. We had such a
good time as a family making memories. Timothy had the
grill going to make supper outside. We all gathered around
the fire after supper and made
smores. We took a cake for
Elizabeth, but I forgot the candles at home. I think Elizabeth
was glad I did! She thinks shes
too old for that.
On Sunday morning, Elizabeth put in the oven a big breakfast casserole, which she had
prepared the day before. She
also had biscuits to go with it.
Also on the menu were sliced
cheese, tomatoes, hot peppers,
watermelon, cake, strawberries,
rolls, brownies, grape and orange and rhubarb juices, coffee
and chocolate milk.
After dishes were washed,
we all went for a wagon ride

Commissioners Journal June 1, 2016

This 1st day of June, 2016, the Board of County Commissioners met in regular session with the following members
present: Tony Zartman, Roy Klopfenstein, Mark Holtsberry,
and Nola Ginter, Clerk.
MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS
Aaron Timm, County Engineers Office, met the commissioners at the PARC Lane School site to assess the contents
of the bus garage. The commissioners and Timm toured the

school building as well.


Jim Henriott, Paulding County Board of DD - The commissioners held a brief telephone conference with Henriott,
chairman of the Paulding County Board of DD, to discuss the
boards intentions for their bus fleet and other equipment and
tools currently housed in their facilitys bus garage.
County Engineer Travis McGarvey presented a copy of the
finalized Wind Farm III road agreement.
He announced starting next Monday [June 6], his office
will be on summer hours, working four, 10-hour days Monday
through Thursday. McGarvey reported they will be paving 7 to
8 miles of roadway this summer.
County Sheriff Jason Landers recommended Konnor
Owens for assistant dog warden (see resolution below). He
noted the age requirement for a deputy is 18.
Sheriff Landers informed the commissioners the storage
building is on site and the flooring is done. He will be having
the inside sprayed for insulation and is working on bringing in
power to the building.
Josh Gosiek, Sabre Industries; Sheriff Jason Landers and
Brion Hanenkratt, Sheriffs Office - A telephone conference
was held for the purpose of a follow-up report on the E-911
tower.
Gosiek reviewed the facts about the tower. The tower was
erected in 2008 and, at that time, met the 222F requirements
(90 mph winds and 1/2-inch ice) for guyed towers. Since 2008,
equipment had been added to the tower and the standards were
upgraded.
The commissioners questioned if the tower would meet the
new 222G standards after some equipment is removed. Gosiek
will continue to study the tower and report back at a later date.
County Court Judge Suzanne Rister met with the commissioners to update County Court case status for 2016. She
reported criminal cases (162) and civil cases (167) are close
to the 2015 cases for the first five months. Traffic tickets total
1,699 for 2016, with 228 being written by the State Highway
Patrol over the three-day Memorial Day weekend.
Rister noted she hopes to hire a part-time person in the probation department. She also announced a security grant has
been awarded and will be used for the purchase of additional
security cameras and security detectors.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
A motion was made Holtsberry to go into executive session
at 8:04 a.m. with the Paulding County Prosecutor to discuss
legal matters.
At 8:28 a.m. all members present agreed to adjourn the executive session and go into regular session.
APPOINTMENT IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Klopfenstein moved to adopt the following resolution:
This 1st day of June, 2016, the Board of County Commissioners approved the following appointment effective June 1,
2016, at the hourly rate of $11.15 per hour, to-wit: Konnor
Owens Assistant Deputy Dog Warden
IN THE MATTER OF AMENDING THE 2016 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION (FUND 162)
Holtsberry moved to adopt the following resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners does hereby direct the County Auditor to amend the
2016 Annual Appropriation by appropriating the following
in the Victims Assistance Fund (Fund 162), to-wit; 162001-20126/Victims Assistance/Other Expenses AMOUNT:
$8,068.25.

SUMMER
OVERSTOCK SALE!
The Eichers will make jam from these luscious strawberries for
Susans wedding this summer and family use all year.

in Timothy and Elizabeths big


two-seated wagon. We put some
chairs on to make room for all
of us. We went to the lake and
enjoyed snacks under the shelter
there. Some went swimming in
the lake. They have a nice beach
area. Then we headed back to
Timothy and Elizabeths house.
The sun was out, but there was a
good breeze blowing so the ride
was pleasant.
We all enjoyed pizza before
we headed home. The day went
so fast, and I enjoyed it so much.
How different to have someone
else doing most of the cooking!
Elizabeth does a good job. She
has been blessed with a good
husband. Seeing that our daughter is happily married means so
much to us as parents.
Twenty-one years ago today,
sister Emma and Jacob were
united in marriage. Happy anniversary to them!
We cleaned 32 quarts of

strawberries that we will make


into jam tomorrow. Some of it
will be for Mose and Susans
wedding in August, and the rest
will be for the freezer so we have
some for another year. Strawberry jam is our favorite jam.
Gods blessing to all!
FROZEN STRAWBERRY
DESSERT
1 cup flour
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup cold butter
1/2 cup pecans, chopped
2 cups strawberries, fresh or frozen and thawed
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 cup heavy whipping cream,
whipped
Combine flour and brown
sugar; cut in butter until crumbly. Stir in pecans. Press into an
ungreased 9x9-inch baking pan.
Bake at 350 for 14-16 minutes,
or until lightly browned. Cool.
Crumble the baked pecan
mixture. Set aside 1/2 cup for
topping. Sprinkle remaining
mixture back into the baking
pan.
In large bowl, beat strawberries, sugar and lemon juice until
blended. Fold in whipped cream.
Spread evenly onto dish. Sprinkle with reserved pecan mixture.
Cover. Freeze for eight hours or
overnight.

Church Corner
Sunday, June 26

Southern gospel concert


ROSELM The Roselm Christian Church will host a gospel
concert featuring His Way 2 from Syracuse, Ind. The concert
will be at 10:30 a.m. The church is located at 21068 Ohio 114.

Integrity Ford
St. Rt. 127 South Paulding

419-399-2555

12.95 oil change


*

19.95

This 25th day of May, 2016, the Board of County Commissioners met in regular session with the following members
present: Tony Zartman, Roy Klopfenstein, Mark Holtsberry,
and Nola Ginter, Clerk.
EXECUTIVE SESSION
A motion was made by Holtsberry to go into executive
session at 8:05 a.m. with the Paulding County Prosecutor to
discuss legal matters.
At 8:15 a.m. all members present agreed to adjourn the executive session and go into regular session.
MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS
Joe Burkard, County Prosecutor; Claudia Fickel, County
Auditor; Lou Ann Wannemacher, County Treasurer; and
Cindy Peters The purpose of this meeting was to review the
draft procurement card policy.
Burkard stated the policy must be fluid for everyone.
Wannemacher presented a procurement cardholder acknowledgement form for review. She also shared a procurement card purchasing log for consideration.
The commissioners noted procurement card purchases will
be approved prior to using the card. They pointed out the bill
would be received at the commissioners office and would be
forwarded on to the appropriate office for payment. Procurement card purchases will be approved by transaction.
Zartman noted the importance of making the tool available, while practicing control over the expenditures. He went
on to comment any item requested that is not for proper public purpose will be denied. Unauthorized expenditures will
become the personal liability of the person authorizing the
purchase.
Klopfenstein commented, Pre-approval of purchases will
provide an element of scrutiny and may result in being more
selective when purchasing.
The draft procurement card policy will be further individually reviewed and a follow-up meeting will be scheduled for a
later date.
Deb Hubbard, SWCD, met briefly with the commissioners to request an extension on her budget. The commissioners
granted an extension to July 1.
Chris Monnin, Jim Turissini, Cathy Trejo and Kasey Corbet (Garmann/Miller Architects and Engineers); Sheriff Jason
Landers; Joe Burkard In continuing with the jail feasibility
study, three options were presented for possible renovation of
the current sheriffs office/jail facility.
Corbet reviewed each option, presenting them as a justice
center, which would include offices for the county prosecutor
and adult probation.
A lot of discussion followed, with input from the sheriff,
prosecutor and commissioners. The general consensus is to
plan for a facility that will not only meet the countys needs
now, but in the future.
Jim Turissini noted that once an option is chosen, more detail will be considered and a 3-D floor plan will be done.

oil change &

tire rotation

*Includes up to 5 quarts of oil.


*Taxes & shop supplies extra. No pickup or delivery at this price.

4A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 22, 2016

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

FOR THE RECORD


County Court
Civil Docket:
Educap Inc., Sterling, Va.
vs. Erica L. McCalla, Antwerp. Other action, judgment
for the plaintiff in the sum of
$5,704.59.
Cavalry SPV 1 LLC, Valhalla, N.Y. vs. Chadrick Bladen,
Latty. Other action, judgment
for the plaintiff in
the sum of $4,901.84.
Credit Adjustments INc., Defiance vs. Shawna M. wright,
Paulding. Other action, satisfied.
Midland Funding LLC, San
Diego vs. David Baker, Scott.
Other action, judgment for the
plaintiff in the sum of $950.53.
Debt Recovery Solutions of
Ohio, Mansfield vs. Patricia J.
Jenkins, Cloverdale and James
Jenkins, Cloverdale. Other action, judgment for the plaintiff
in the sum of $372.45.
Joseph R. Burkard, Paulding
vs. Wesley Bell, Matthews,
N.C. Other action, judgment
for the plaintiff in the sum of
$6,460.98.
Credit Acceptance Corporation, Southfield, Mich. vs. Troy
Kline, Van Wert and Patricia
Kline, Van Wert. Other action,
judgment for the plaintiff in the
sum of $6,231.05.
Van Wert County Hospital,
Van Wert vs. Jack L. Monroe,
Paulding. Other action, judgment for the plaintiff in the sum
of $337.23.
Cach LLC, Denver vs. Joseph
L. Rooks, Cecil. Other action,
satisfied.
Credit Acceptance Corp.,
Southfield, Mich. vs. Kimberly
Crowley, Grover Hill. Other action, judgment for the plaintiff
in the sum of $4,667.96.
Credit Acceptance Corp.,
Southfield, Mich. vs. Trish
Huebner, Grover Hill. Other action, judgment for the plaintiff
in the sum of $7,091.03.
Snow & Sauerteig LLP, Fort
Wayne vs. Jason Ray Pratt,
Paulding. Other action, dismissed.
SAC Finance Inc., Auburn,
Ind. vs. Thomas Shaner, Paulding. Other action, judgment
for the plaintiff in the sum of
$7,456.26.
Discover Bank, Hebron, Ky.
vs. Lorelei Gandy, Paulding.
Other action, judgment for the
plaintiff in the sum of $8,010.
MLJ Rentals, Van Wert vs.
Brandy Jordan, Paulding. Evictions, dismissed.
Sarah J. Mowery DDS Inc.,
Antwerp vs. William Finch Sr.,
Oakwood and Kristina CombsFinch, Oakwood. Small claims,
judgment for the plaintiff in the
sum of $1,163.
Criminal Docket:
Jonathon R. Bowman, Paulding, unauthorized use of property; $100 fine, $155 costs, 4
days jail (pay for stay) plus 26
days suspended; probation ordered, no contact with victim or
his residence.
Joshua R. Baumert, Antwerp,
disorderly conduct; $130 fine,
$145 costs, pay all by Dec. 16
or sent for collection (POC);
maintain general good behavior.
Nicole Baumert, Antwerp,
disorderly conduct; dismissed
per State, $118 costs.
Wendy S. Doster, Antwerp,
disorderly conduct; $75 fine,
$114 costs; maintain general
good behavior.
Virgil W. Lee, Haviland,
domestic violence; waived preliminary hearing, bound over to
Court of Common Pleas.
Tina R. Schmidt, Cecil, obstructing justice; $500 fine,
$137 costs, 15 days jail plus 165
suspended; probation ordered,
40 hours community service,
maintain general good behavior.
Christy M. Sarka, Defiance,
unauthorized use; case dismissed per State, $120 costs.
Jason M. Guilford, Sherwood, criminal trespass; $100
fine, $116.50 costs, maintain
general good behavior.
Tiffany J. Gatewood, Detroit,
possession; $75 fine, $87 costs,
6-month license suspension.
Tiffany J. Gatewood, Detroit,
drug paraphernalia; $75 fine,
$87 costs, 6-month license suspension to run concurrent with
above.
Gabrielle F. Schaller, Toledo,
drug paraphernalia; $75 fine,
$87 costs, 6-month license suspension.
Gabrielle F. Schaller, Toledo,
possession marijuana; $75 fine,
$87 costs, 6-month license suspension concurrent with above.

Traffic Docket:
Norbert C. Kinross Jr., Middletown, 66/55 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Jessica L. Lang, Bryan, 76/55
speed; $63 fine, $77 costs.
Marcey K. Collins, Ann
Arbor, Mich., 77/65 speed; $33
fine, $80 costs.
Douglas J. Holloway, Livonia, Mich., 80/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Jessica C. Walker, Fort
Wayne, 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Amanda J. Taylor, Brownstown, Ill., 79/65speed; $33
fine, $80 costs.
Madison L. Delong, Antwerp, 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Clemente Rojo Jr., Wilmington, N.C., seat belt; $30 fine,
$50 costs.
David P. Amarjit, Pittsford,
N.Y., 83/65 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Raji Phougat, Fishers, Ind.,
86/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Ian F. Coutain, Toledo, 67/55
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
David V. Hyder, Indianapolis, 80/65 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Gregory D. Sansing, Indianapolis, 85/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Tricia N. Wechter-Oliver,
Sandusky, 78/65 speed; $33
fine, $80 costs.
Rebecca A. Morford, Columbia City, Ind., 85/55 speed; $93
fine, $80 costs.
Lawrence A. Champine,
Shelby Township, Mich., following closely; $63 fine, $95
costs.
Jelena J. Cribbis, South Rockwood, Mich., 77/65 speed; $33
fine, $77 costs.
Michael J. Okuly, Leipsic,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Kathleen A. Elftman, Greentown, 85/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Juli J. Austin, Loveland,
79/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Christina M. Scudder, Fort
Wayne, 82/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Kyle A. Justice, Henderson,
Ky., 86/65 speed; $43 fine, $77
costs.
John J. Stephens, Columbus,
Ind., 78/65 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
Timothy W. Montalvo, Fort
Wayne, 81/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Jolie M. Watson, Carmel,
Ind., 82/65 speed; $43 fine, $77
costs.
Kevin M. Burns, Fort Wayne,
76/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Kipp D. Hauser, Defiance,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Zuri A. Hudson, Indianapolis, 79/65 speed; $33 fine, $77
costs.
Jitu Baruah, Brampton, Ont.,
reckless operation; $93 fine, $80
costs.
Kip D. Difilippo, Sterling
Heights, Mich., 82/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Nicholas F. Redding, Fort
Wayne, 81/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Brian K. Jennings II, Belmont, N.C., 83/65 speed;
$43 fine, $77 costs, pay $50
monthly, July 29 POC; points
waived.
Madison M. Baker, Noblesville, Ind., 79/65 speed; $33

fine, $80 costs.


Bernard T. Taylor, Warren,
Mich., 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Ya Y. Kan, Buffalo, N.Y.,
85/65 speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Wesley W. Doneth, Mason,
Mich., 65/55 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Dennis Schlatter, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Mark R. Sniadanko, Perrysburg, 65/55 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
Tom J. Warrix, Hamden,
OVI suspension; $250 fine, $87
costs, Dec. 16 POC, 3 days jail,
6-month license suspension;
proof of insurance not provided,
vehicle immobilized 30 days,
license plates impounded, 87
days jail reserved.
Profilio Saqui-Caal, Paulding, OVI/under influence; $375
fine, $95 costs, June 24 POC, 3
days jail, 6-month license suspension; may attend DIP in lieu
of jail with Sept. 30 compliance
date, 87 days jail reserved.
Profilio Saqui-Caal, Paulding,
no operators license; $250 fine,
June 24 POC.
Profilio Saqui-Caal, Paulding,
failure to control; $50 fine, June
24 POC.
Profilio Saqui-Caal, Paulding, seat belt; $30 fine, June 24
POC.
Eugene E. Ankney, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $52 costs.
Daniel Sandoval, Montpelier, 80/65 speed; $63 fine, $80
costs.
Kevin M. Daniels, Columbus
Grove, stop sign; $53 fine, $80
costs.
Troy R. Ehle, New Haven,
76/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Cheryl A. Kalanoc, Noblesville, Ind., 81/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Mark D. Kennedy, White
Lake, Mich., permit violation;
$68 fine, $80 costs.
Hanan Matias, Belleville,
Ill., 79/65 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
James A. Brown, Haviland,
seat belt; $20 fine, $47 costs.
Ryan D. Dawson, Lima,
77/55 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Ryan D. Dawson, Lima, seat
belt; $30 fine.
Jacob L. Brown, Harlan, Ind.,
77/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Quintin M. Dennard, Belleville, Mich., 77/65 speed; $33
fine, $80 costs.
Kami R. Biggs, Iuka, Ill.,
79/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Quinton J. Harper, Payne,
stop sign; $53 fine, $77 costs.
Lacy R. Showalter, Ottawa,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Mereidith M. Davis, Paulding, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Satvir Singh, Indianapolis,
79/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
River G. Mitchell, Cedar
Park, Texas, 83/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Venkata P. Eragam, Macomb, Mich., 82/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Logan M. McDaniel, Paulding, 84/55 speed; $43 fine, $77
costs.
John M. Martinez, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Douglas E. Price, Cloverdale,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
John D. Meriwether, Paulding, stop sign; $53 fine, $77
costs.

Megan B. Draper, Payne, seat


belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Wendell E. Sinkhorn, Napoleon, driving under suspension;
$100 fine suspended, $87 costs,
July 29 POC.
Dharmender K. Singh,
Brampton, Ont., following
closely; $53 fine, $77 costs,
June 30 POC.
Sarah M. Tracy, Melrose, no
tail lights; $68 fine, $77 costs.
Joan V. Hoisington, Paulding, 68/55 speed; $33 fine, $77
costs.
Todd A. Coressel, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Paul E. Plummer, Westfield,
Ind., violation being passed; $30
fine, $47 costs.
Daniel H. Duncan, Milford,
Ind., following closely; $53
fine, $80 costs.
Sean P. Washchuk, Burlington, Ont., 79/65 speed; $33 fine,
$80 costs.
Russell L. Baker, Payne,
physical control; $500 fine,
$157 costs, pay $25 monthly,
June 29, 2017 POC, 3-days jail;
may attend DIP in lieu of jail,
ALS to remain for full year,
community control ordered,
evaluation at Westwood ordered, 177 days jail reserved.
Russell L. Baker, Payne, failure to control; $150 fine, pay
$25 monthly, June 30, 2017
POC.
Jay M. Wiseman, Evansville,
Ind., 80/65 speed; $150 fine,
$95 costs, both to be taken from
bond.
Robert W. Strahan, Warsaw,
Ind., 82/65 speed; $43 fine, $84
costs.
Lavell C. Williams, Fort
Wayne, 82/65 speed; $43 fine,
$85 costs.
Zachary J. Hembree, Celina,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Cheryl L. Wauben, Hardin,
Mont., 85/70 speed; $43 fine,
$77 costs.
Vera L. Benson, Fort wayne,
82/65 speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Jackie L. Story, Sardis, Tenn.,
no operators license; $500 fine,
$87 costs.
Jackie L. Story, Sardis, Tenn.,
81/65 speed; $43 fine.
Austin T. Herschell, Muncie,
Ind., 78/65 speed; $33 fine, $80
costs.
David A. Goodman, South
Euclid, 92/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Randolph L. King, Van Wert,
left of center; $53 fine, $80
costs.
Ilene G. Wilson, Pontiac,
Mich., 79/65 speed; $33 fine,
$77 costs.
Elijah R. Rozier, Macomb,
Mich., 82/65 speed; $43 fine,
$80 costs.
Regina K. Vicars, Shelby
Township, Mich., 81/65 speed;
$43 fine, $77 costs.
Jacey L. Schroeder, Oakwood, tinted windows, $148
costs.
Billy J. Prater, Middletown,
80/55 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Darrell Douglas Washington, Walled Lake, Mich., 90/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
William A. Steffes, Oakwood, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Reid J. Linder, Fort Wayne,
67/55 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.

The program speaker at the recent Kiwanis Club of Paulding


County meeting was Matt McDougal (left). He is in charge of the
new security system installed at the Paulding County Courthouse.
He is also the owner of a gun shop in Antwerp. He talked about gun
carrying laws and how they apply. No guns are allowed inside the
courthouse. Any found will be taken away at the door by a member
of the sheriffs department. Matt Miller was program chairman.
Weather report weekly summary as recorded at Paulding Villages water
treatment plant

Observations recorded for the 24 hours ending at 7:30 a.m. on the morning of:

DATE HIGH LOW


June 14
87
54
June 15
72
62
June 16
90
62
June 17
79
62
June 18
87
59
June 19
91
67
June 20
90
70

PRECIPITATION
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0.55
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Property transfers
The term et al. refers to and others; et vir., and husband; et ux.,
and wife.

Brown Township
Joseph L. and Alana R.
Essex to Robb J. Weisenburger
and Jennifer R. Dukes; Sec. 35,
1.38 acres. Warranty deed.
Julia R. Andrews to Edward
L. Andrews; Sec. 2, 3.421
acres. Quit claim.
Carryall Township
Marianne Cottrell, dec. to
Harry D. Cottrell Life Estate;
Sec. 29, 81.19 acres; Sec. 5,
25.982 acres; Sec. 6, 89 acres;
Sec. 16, 40 acres and Sec. 20,
0.401 acre. Affidavit.
Brian P. and Jessica M. Reinhart to Brian D. and Jodie K.
Dell; Sec. 36, 5.002 acres. Survivorship deed.
Jackson Township
Richard L. Ross, dec. to Miller
Land Group LLC; Sec. 22,
30.709 acres. Fiduciary deed.
Paulding Township
Arnold D. Fraley, et al. to
Daniel L. and Veronica L. Fraley; Sec. 30, 0.95 acre. Warranty deed.
Michael A. and Karin A.
Thomas by Sheriff to Wells
Fargo Bank, N.A., trustee; Sec.
14, 0.648 acre. Sheriffs deed.
Charles T. and Glema J.
Baxter by Sheriff to Donald
Whirrett; Sec. 7, 1.354 acres.
Sheriffs deed.
Washington Township
Joyce and Darhl Fuller to
Joyce and Darhl Fuller; Sec. 3,
42.5 acres. Warranty deed.
Antwerp Village
Daniel L. and Cathy J. Cline
to Alyssa N. Brandenburg;
parts of Lots 3 and 5, Block A,
0.22 acre. Warranty deed.
Barbara A. Goetz and Harry
D. Cottrell to Jeffrey L. and
Leesa A. Hahn; Lot 48, Wilhelm Addition, 0.121 acre.
See COUNTY COURT, page 5A Quit claim.

Marianne Cottrell, dec. to


Harry D. Cottrell Life Estate;
Lots 8-9, Jones Addition, 0.4
acre; Lots 1, 5-6, Terwilleger
Addition, 0.358 acre; Lots 1-2,
Daggett Second Addition; Lots
16-17, Daggett First Addition,
0.258 acre; Lot 37, Daggett
First Addition, 0.152 acre; Lot
13, Block C, 0.288 acre; Lot
48, Wilhelm Addition, 0.2 acre
and Lot 34, Schoolhill Addition, 0.202 acre. Affidavit
Paulding Village
Yoder Construction Inc. to
Gary W. Lipp Life Estate; Lot
12, Unit 124. Warranty deed.
Yoder Construction Inc.
to Kenneth G. and Janet M.
Wagner; Lot 12, Unit 122.
Warranty deed.
Jin Zhu Weng to Wei Lin;
Lot 51, Countryside Estates II,
0.34 acre. Quit claim.
Leroy Bennett to Sandra
S. Howell; Lot 31, Homeside
Allotments, 0.143 acre. Quit
claim.
Stanley F. Sitcler, dec. to
Mark M. Meussling; parts of
Lots 109-110, Noneman Emerald Acres Allotment #3, 0.24
acre. Affidavit.
Mark M. Meussling to Dunlap Properties LLC; part of
Lots 109-110, Noneman Emerald Acres Allotment #3, 0.24
acre. Warranty deed.
Alan F. and Carol J. Grindstaff to Ciara N. Miller; Lot 54,
Original Plat, 0.2 acre. Warranty deed.
Payne Village
Mary M. Wobler and Dawn
M. Wobler to Seculah C. Jackson; Lot 23, Gibson Third
Addition, 0.17 acre. Warranty
deed.
Merrill L. Miller to Rodney
W. Miller; Lot 5, Proxmire
Payne Allotment, 0.06 acre and
Lot D, McGrew Parcels, Block
E, 0.23 acre. Quit claim.

Common Pleas
Civil Docket

The term et al. refers to and others; et vir.,


and husband; et ux., and wife.

United State of America acting


through Rural Housing Service, Department of Agriculture, Columbus vs.
Elizabeth G. Bussell and Thomnas G.
Bussell, both dec. and Coty Kidd, Payne
and unknown tenant, Paulding and
Paulding County Treasurer, Paulding
and Paulding County Commissioners,
Paulding and unknown spouse of Elizabeth G. Bussell, Paulding and Bobby
J. Taylor and unknown spouse, address
unavailable and Penny Taylor and unknown spouse, Paulding and E. Marie
Bryant-Gilbert, Paulding and Coylene
Gill and unknown spouse, Paulding and
unknown administrator, heirs, etc. of
Gertrude Elizabeth Bussell, name and
addressed unknown. Foreclosures.
Deutsche Bank National Trust
Company, West Palm Beach, Fla. vs.
Brant Samuel Verfaillie and unknown
spouse if any, Paulding and Jessica L.
Verfaillie and unknown spouse if any,
Paulding and Mortgage Elecronic Registration Systems Inc., Danville, Ill. and
First Resolution Investment Corporation, Columbus and Ohio Department

of Taxation, Columbus and Paulding


County Treasurer, Paulding. Foreclosures.
First Federal Bank of the Midwest,
Defiance vs. Stephen F. Hubbard, Esqire, administrator David A. Sproul
Estate, Defiance and Angela K. Sproul
and her unknown spouse if any, Defiance and unknown tenant, Oakwood
and Colleen Jeffers, Oakwood and Ohio
Department of Taxation, Columbus and
Paulding County Treasurer, Paulding.
Foreclosures.
Marriage Licenses
Nathan Douglas Meglich, 29, Rochester, Ind., maintenance tech and Jessica Marie Manson, 30, Rochester, Ind.,
cashier. Parents are John Meglich and
Shawna Hale; and Kent Manson and
Gina Ross.
Richard Frank Pack, 54, Paulding,
factory and Angela Marie Crispo, 47,
Paulding, factory. Parents are Willie
Pack Jr. and Bridgette Barthel; and
Dominick Crispo and Sandra Jennings.
Alan Edward Phlipot, 52, Paulding,
purchasing and Lori Ann Plummer, 52,
Defiance, payroll clerk. Parents are Earl
Phlipot and Norma Jean Butler; and
Leon Jones and Joyce Feasby.

Administration Docket
None filed.
Criminal Docket
John Reed Jr., 41, of Paulding, entered a change of plea to guilty of nonsupport of dependent (F5). He will be
sentenced July 25.
Michael A. Lehman, 40, address unavailable, had a charge of escape (F3)
dismissed without prejudice upon a motion of the State because he completed
a diversion plan the parties had agreed
upon. His court costs were $151.
Clarence J. Hoskins Jr., 46, of Oakwood, had a warrant on indictment filed
with an alert for his arrest on June 9.
He was indicted in May on charges of
burglary (F2) and aggravated menacing
(M1).
Brandon Bird, 21, of Paulding, has
been set for arraignment June 23. He
is charged with violating sex offender
registration regulations (F5).
Shane M. Zartman, 30, of Convoy,
has a June 23 court date for arraignment
regarding his indictment alleging tampering with evidence (F3) and nonsupport (F5).
Virgil W. Lee, 39, of Haviland, will
be in Court June 23 for arraignment on

a domestic violence (F4) charge.


Angela C. Lambert, 36, of Paulding,
was arrested on a warrant on indictment
and was later released on a recognizance bond. She is set for arraignment
on June 23 for theft (F5).
Steven E. Egnor, 41, of Paulding, will
be arraigned for burglary (F4) on June
23.
Marcus D. Blanton, 47, of Paulding,
had a warrant on indictment with an
alert for his arrest filed after being indicted for possession of drugs (F5). The
warrant calls for a $100,000 bond with
10% cash privilege allowed.

For the Record


It is the policy of the Paulding
County Progress to publish public
records as they are reported or
released by various agencies.
Names appearing in For the
Record are published without
exception, to preserve the fairness
and impartiality of the Progress and
as a news service to our readers.

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Edward E. Criddle, Commerce
Township, Mich., 81/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Danielle L. Keplinger, Fort Wayne,
85/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Walter J. Clark, Paulding, seat belt;
$30 fine, $47 costs.
Adrianna Sanchez, Defiance, 75/65
speed; $33 fine, $82 costs.
Ashleigh B. Martinez, Paulding,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
David Nagella, Carrollton, Texas,
69/55 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Cole M. Miller, Leo, Ind., 80/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Cole M. Miller, Leo, Ind., display
plates; $68 fine.
Darryl E. Lams, Saint Clair Shores,
Mich., 84/65 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Jeshua M. Chisenhall, Batavia, seat
belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Allan W. Stevens, East Brunswick,
N.J., 76/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Gartha Ingram III, Indianapolis, seat
belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Shelby L. Rodriguez, Defiance, 65/55
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Sarah A. Messmann, Bellevue, 78/65
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Michael T. Quigley, Chicago, 88/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Taquandra J. Boyd, Warren, Mich.,
82/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Gregory C. Adkins, Cecil, 68/55
speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Andrew J. Wharry, Oakwood, seat
belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.

Legals

Charles G. Parrett, Oakwood, seat


belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Shane L. Brady, Orlando, Fla., traffic
signs; $53 fine, $80 costs.
Craig A. Douglas, Greenfield, Ind.,
85/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Cody E. Bermes, Fort Wayne, traffic
signs; $53 fine, $80 costs.
Sandra G. Unisko, Defiance, seat belt;
$30 fine, $50 costs.
Ibrahem Mohamed Mosaid Nasser,
Dearborn, Mich., 101/65 speed; $93
fine, $77 costs, July 29 POC.
Christy M. Sarka, Defiance, 12-point
suspension; $120 costs, 30 days jail
time to run concurrently with ODRC
time, Dec. 29, 2017 POC, 150 days jail
reserved.
Christy M. Sarka, Defiance, 68/55
speed; dismissed at States request.
Alan S. Keightley, Indianapolis,
76/65 speed; $33 fine, $85 costs.
Jasmine M. Anderson, Sterling
Heights, Mich., 85/65 speed; $43 fine,
$85 costs.
John B. Morrison, Nashville, Mich.,
78/65 speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Rodney L. Osbun Jr., Paulding, stop
sign; $53 fine, $77 costs.
Leonard E. Johnson, Nicholasville,
Ky., seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Ervin J. Blakely Jr., Detroit, 79/65
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Darwin A. Rahn, Trenton, Mich.,
81/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Octavius T. Molton, Avon, 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Alex R. Keller, Defiance, 48/35

speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.


Anastasia J. Sturm, Indianapolis,
80/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Shital S. Raja, Woodridge, Ill., 84/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Sam A. Bgom, Inkster, Mich., seat
belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Jon B. Snyder, Chicago, 83/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Simin Su, Carmel, Ind., 82/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Matthew S. Hutcheson, Delphos, seat
belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Carolina S. Danberry, Payne, 66/55
speed; $33 fine, $87 costs.
Richard E. Klinger, Convoy, seat
belt; $30 fine, $47 costs, June 30 POC.
Virgil L. Logan, Continental, seat
belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Sincie A. Chacko, Livonia, Mich.,
82/65 speed; $63 fine, $95 costs, points
waived.
Michael L. Perry, Detroit, driving
under suspension; $300 fine, $87 costs,
July 29 POC; proof of financial responsibility provided, 90 days jail reserved.
Michael L. Perry, Detroit, 80/65
speed; $43 fine, July 29 POC.
Christopher S. Finn, Saint Clair
Shores, Mich., marked lanes; $53 fine,
$77 costs.
Christopher S. Finn, Saint Clair
Shores, Mich., 81/65 speed; $43 fine.
Jesse R. Segura, Indianapolis, 85/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Chalena J. Hardy, Fort Wayne, 90/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Randal S. McClung, Taylor, Mich.,

68/55 speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.


Alexander R. Hallett, Jasper, Mich.,
79/65 speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Sidney A. Ligon, Fort Wayne, 81/65
speed; $63 fine, $95 costs, points
waived.
Amanda M. Beard, Bringhurst, Ind.,
81/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Alajandro A. Villanueva, Columbia
City, Ind., 90/65 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Michael A. Plath, Toledo, 88/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Dieter E. Young, Harrison Township,
Mich., 84/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Mario M. Moreno, Malinta, 76/65
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Phillip M. Anderson, Plymouth,
Mich., 88/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Tiffany J. Gatewood, Detroit, 81/65
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Sheila A. Mason, Indianapolis, 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Douglas A. Keppol, Fort Wayne,
82/65 speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Christopher K. Collins, Oakwood,
78/65 speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Nick Boyd, Defiance, seat belt; $30
fine, $47 costs, July 8 POC.
George R. Carnahan, Oakwood, seat
belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Amy J. Hartman, Van Wert, seat belt;
$30 fine, $50 costs.
Lisa L. Hornish, Oakwood, 65/55
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Kathy J. Mancera, Defiance, 68/55
speed; $33 fine, $77 costs.
Deon E. Daughtery, Antwerp, seat

Police Report

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
STATE OF OHIO
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Columbus, Ohio Division of
Construction Management
Legal Copy Number: 168020
Sealed proposals will be accepted
from pre-qualified bidders at the
ODOT Office of Contracts until
10:00 a.m. on July 14, 2016. Project 168020 is located in Paulding
County, SRTS Antwerp Phase
II and is a MISCELLANEOUS
project. The date set for completion of this work shall be as
set forth in the bidding proposal.
Plans and Specifications are on
file in the Department of Transportation.

ACCIDENT REPORTS
Friday, June 10
7:34 a.m. Jody A. Foltz, 48,
of Paulding, was cited for failure to yield following a two-car
crash at the intersection of Walnut and Jackson streets. Foltz
was operating a 2015 Nissan
Altima, stopped south bound on
Walnut at a stop sign. A 2000
Pontiac Grand Prix driven by
Mary E. Bauer, 34, of Paulding,
was traveling east on Jackson.
Reports say Foltz failed to see
Bauer and pulled out, resulting
in a collision. Both vehicles
received minor damage. Bauer
went to Paulding County Hospital for evaluation for possible
injuries. Foltz was unhurt.

Sunday, June 12
10:38 p.m. Aaron W.
Woodby, 33, of Paulding, was
cited for assured clear distance
following a two-vehicle accident on Williams Street at
Miles Street. He was driving
south on Williams in a 2002
Ford F250 pickup truck when,
according to reports, he failed
to see a stopped 2003 Pontiac
Grand Am operated by Destiny
P. Leidigh, 20, of Cecil, which
was waiting to make a left turn.
The resulting crash left minor
damage to the truck while the
car was disabled and towed.
Leidigh and two children were
taken to Paulding County Hospital by Paulding EMS for as-

sessment of possible injuries:


Alivia Woodby, 9 and Addison
Woodby, 6, both of Paulding.
INCIDENT REPORTS
Friday, June 10
9:25 a.m. Theft from an establishment on Road 103 is
under investigation.
Noon. Vandalism of a car
on East Wayne Street was
looked into.
1:45 p.m. Business alarm
sounded from West Wall Street.
Officers received an all clear response.
7 p.m. Family disturbance on
South Cherry Street is under investigation.
9:35 p.m. Threats were reported from a South Cherry

Sheriffs Report
ACCIDENTS:
Wednesday, June 15
5:40 a.m. Jaylyn N. Egnor, 23, of Van
Wert, was cited for failure to control following a single-vehicle accident on Road
137 north of Road 60 in Latty Township.
She was driving a 2005 Chevy Impala north
when she lost control. Reports say the vehicle went off the east side of the road flipping
four times before resting on its tires. Damage was heavy. The driver and her passenger, Chaise D. May, 25, of Van Wert, were
both taken to Van Wert Hospital by Grover
Hill EMS for treatment of possible injuries.
Grover Hill Fire Department assisted at the
scene.
Friday, June 17
3:13 a.m. A 1999 Infinity Q45 owned
by Michael John Jacob of Defiance was
discovered disabled in a ditch along Road
263 south of Road 148 in Brown Township. Investigation revealed the car had
been southbound, veered off the left and
was overcorrected making it go off the right
into the ditch. The vehicle was towed from
the scene.
INCIDENTS:
Friday, June 10
10:20 a.m. Motor vehicle accident on
Road 192 in Carryall Township was handled. No further information available.
3:04 p.m. Theft complaint came in from
Haviland.
3:30 p.m. Dog complaint was registered
from Road 104 in Brown Township.
3:33 p.m. Animal complaint involving
chickens was looked into in Cecil.
4:50 p.m. Dog complaint came in from
Ohio 114 in Benton Township.
5:19 p.m. Cows were seen on Ohio 49 in
Benton Township.
8:48 p.m. Deputies arrested Angela Lambert on a warrant.
Saturday, June 11
1:56 a.m. EMS was called to Ohio 111 in
Auglaize Township for an overdose on pills.
2:31 a.m. Vehicles were seen trespassing on Road 192 east of Road 109 in Crane
Township.
4:14 a.m. A Cecil man told deputies his
tractor tire had been flattened.
3:15 p.m. Domestic situation was handled on Ohio 114 in Washington Township.
7:27 p.m. Paulding EMS was encoded
for a male seizing on West Perry Street in
Paulding.
9:20 p.m. Residential alarm sounded
from Road 111 in Emerald Township.

9:36 p.m. Neighbor problems were


looked into on Road 10 in Auglaize Township.
10:06 p.m. Car/deer crash on Road 107 in
Blue Creek Township was handled.
11:13 p.m. Canine unit was deployed at a
traffic stop on Dooley Drive in Paulding.
Sunday, June 12
4:09 a.m. Suspicious vehicle was noted
parked at the golf course on Road 17 in
Benton Township.
9:39 a.m. Hit/skip accident on Road 8 in
Emerald Township was documented.
10:01 a.m. A house along Road 144 in
Harrison Township was TPd and inappropriate messages were spray painted on the
roadway.
12:48 p.m. Theft of two bikes from Road
192 in Carryall Township was investigated.
12:59 p.m. Fight on Ohio 111 in Emerald
Township was handled.
1:11 p.m. Dog complaint came in from
Ohio 637 in Auglaize Township.
1:14 p.m. Dog complaint was handled on
Ohio 500 in Paulding Township.
6:26 p.m. A side-by-side ATV was seen
operating on Road 104 in Brown Township.
6:36 p.m. Two Paulding fire units and the
EMS responded to a small grass fire along
Ohio 637 in Jackson Township. They were
on scene less than 10 minutes.
8:28 p.m. A Jackson Township resident
of Ohio 613 told deputies their grandson
was nearly attacked by the neighbors pit
bull.
10:06 p.m. Dog complaint was lodged
from Road 179 in Auglaize Township.
10:38 p.m. A Paulding fire unit and the
EMS responded to a motor vehicle accident
on North Williams Street.
Monday, June 13
5:59 a.m. Suspicious vehicle was noted
along US 127 in Paulding Township.
10:30 a.m. A resident of Road 123 in
Emerald Township complained of minks in
their barn.
11:23 a.m. Both Paulding EMS units and
two fire units responded to an accident on
Ohio 111 in Emerald Township. No further
information was available.
11:30 a.m. Deputies delivered a message
in Haviland for Clinton County Adult Probation.
1 p.m. Unwanted person was dealt with
on Road 218 in Emerald Township.
2:54 p.m. A Crane Township resident of
Road 224 reported a parts fire beside their
garage. Two Paulding and two Cecil/Crane

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Gabrielle F. Schaller, Toledo, 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs, July 29 POC.
Shirley A. Miller, Oakwood, 73/55
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Roberta N. West, Detroit, 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Danielle A. Lewis, Delphos, 70/55
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Gage M. Cordray, Defiance, 68/55
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs
Nicholas H. Martinez, Paulding, seat
belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Dennis J. Batt, Paulding, seat belt;
$30 fine, $47 costs.
Eileen M. Senters, Haviland, seat
belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Charles A. Hall, Cloverdale, 79/65
speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Richard Clay T. Bray, Noblesville,
Ind., 77/65 speed; $33 fine, $85 cost.s
Juan Ortega, Edinburg, Texas, following closely; $53 fine, $85 costs.
Maurice Benson, Topeka, Kan.,
77/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Giovanni Lucia, Grosse Isle, Mich.,
75/65 speed; $33 fine, $80 costs.
Eryn Liann Arend, Paulding, stop
sign; $53 fine, $80 costs.
Mitchell S. Gerken, Defiance, 80/55
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Benita G. Ales-Roussesau, Clinton
Township, Mich., marked lanes; $53
fine, $80 costs.
Stephanie L. Allison, Toledo, 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Elizabeth E. Estrada, Oakwood,
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Township fire units responded for about 90


minutes.
5:06 p.m. Neighbor issue was handled in
Haviland.
6:38 p.m. A male was seen walking with
a gun along Ohio 111 in Harrison Township.
8:37 p.m. Emerald Township resident
of US 127 told deputies theyd been threatened.
Tuesday, June 14
12:17 a.m. Unwanted, intoxicated male
was in Payne making threats.
9:57 a.m. A pit bull was seen growling at
people on Miles Street in Paulding.
1:19 p.m. Dog complaint came in from
Emerald Road in Paulding.
1:22 p.m. Auglaize Township resident of
Road 1048 made a dog complaint.
3 p.m. Commercial burglar alarm
sounded from Road 82 in Paulding Township.
3:42 p.m. Dog complaint was looked into
on Ohio 111 in Paulding Township.
5:57 p.m. Menacing complaint was
looked into on Fairground Drive in Paulding.
7:44 p.m. A person was seen shooting at
animals in a ditch along Ohio 613 in Jackson Township.
10:20 p.m. Domestic situation in Melrose
was investigated.
10:49 p.m. Fireworks complaint was
made from Road 1001 in Auglaize Township.
Wednesday, June 15
3:53 a.m. Suspicious person in all black
was seen on Ohio 114 in Washington
Township.
8:32 a.m. Dog complaint in Oakwood
was handled.
2:31 p.m. Possible meth lab in a cemetery
along Road 122 in Brown Township was reported.
3:44 p.m. Deputies assisted Van Wert
County Sheriffs office by attempting to
locate a subject on Ohio 114 in the Grover
Hill area.
6:52 p.m. Alleged child abuse was reported from Auglaize Township.
7:18 p.m. Three kids on four-wheelers
were seen on Road 108 in Brown Township.
9:57 p.m. Domestic disturbance on Road
211 in Brown Township was investigated.
Thursday, June 16
See SHERIFF, page 7A

Street address.
10:06 p.m. Paige Kelley-Branham was arrested on domestic
violence charges and taken to
Paulding County Jail following
an alleged domestic incident on
South Cherry Street.
Saturday, June 11
8:53 a.m. Officers delivered
a message on Nancy Street for
Putnam County Sheriffs office.
11:36 p.m. After receiving an
alarm from a McDonald Pike
business, officers were told they
could disregard.
12:30 a.m. Police were told
by a West Perry Street resident
someone moved a landscaping
light to their front porch then
rang the doorbell.
11:05 p.m. A North Main
Street resident lodged a dog
complaint.
11:36 p.m. Neighbor problems
involving loud music were addressed on West Wayne Street.
Sunday, June 12
12:15 p.m. Paulding EMS
and officers responded to a call
on Kay Street for a woman who
cut herself.
1:32 p.m. Harassing texts
from three individuals were
reported by a North Williams
Street resident. Subjects were
told to stop.
2:48 p.m. Neighbor problems
were handled on South Cherry
Street.
5:05 p.m. Sinkhole in the 100
block of West Wall Street was
barricaded.
7:30 p.m. A man was seen
yelling and hitting walls in the
100 block of West Perry Street.
He was located and calmed
down.
8:20 p.m. Family disturbance
on West Jackson Street was
looked into.
Monday, June 13
Midnight. Officers were
called to Paulding County Hospital ER for a disorderly man.
2 a.m. Paulding County Hospital staff told officers a blood
test indicated use of methamphetamine.
4:23 p.m. No contact between two females was ordered
by police following a call to
South Williams Street.
4:56 p.m. Junk notice was
served on Flat Rock Drive.
7:25 p.m. Officers responding to a North Main Street business alarm found it secure.
Tuesday, June 14
6:45 a.m. Dog complaint
came in from West Wayne
Street.
12:09 p.m. Neighbor problems involving money were investigated.
6:52 p.m. Kids were observed entering an abandoned
building on West Wayne Street.
Their parents were notified. Reports were sent to Job and Family Services.
9:36 p.m. A North Williams
Street business told officers a
man who ran a scam last sum-

mer is back in the area after he


was seen at their location.
Wednesday, June 15
7:26 p.m. A North Williams
Street business alerted police of
a man selling his prescriptions
online. Since he lived out of the
county, the caller was directed
to contact a different law enforcement agency.
9:12 p.m. A residence on
North Main Street was broken
into. Nothing appeared to be
missing, but items were moved.
Thursday, June 16
6:20 p.m. Drive-off theft
of gas from a North Williams
Street business was investigated. The driver returned to
pay later.
7:36 p.m. Unwanted subject
on South Cherry Street was
gone when officers arrived.
7:50 p.m. Officers responded
to a domestic complaint on
South Cherry Street. A report
is being sent to the prosecutors
office.
8:56 p.m. Neighbor problems
on Hopkins Alley resulted in a
police no contact order.
Friday, June 17
10 a.m. A motor vehicle accident was handled on Dooley
Drive. No other information
was available.
12:30 p.m. Neighbor problems were handled on South
Williams Street.
1:16 p.m. Shoplifting was
called in by an East Perry Street
business.
1:34 p.m. A second break-in
at a North Main Street address
was handled. Entry was gained
by kicking in a door.
6:50 p.m. An officer was
called to assist a deputy at the
Paulding Stick Ponds on McDonald Pike.
11:10 p.m. Unwanted person
with a dog was reported by an
East Perry Street business.
Saturday, June 18
1:27 p.m. Junk notice was
served on Dennis Street.
1:29 p.m. Junk notice was
served on North Dix Street.
1:30 p.m. East Caroline
Street address received a junk
notice.
1:32 p.m. Junk notice was
served on West Caroline Street.
1:32 p.m. West Wayne Street
location received a junk notice.
1:34 p.m. West Jackson
Street address was served a junk
notice.
3:20 p.m. Unwanted subject
was reported from West Wayne
Street. The woman was gone
when police arrived.
10 p.m. Officers arrested
Toby Donley for alleged OVI
and driving under suspension.
Sunday, June 19
3 p.m. Threatening and harassing texts were reported by
East Jackson Street.
10:32 p.m. Juveniles were reported at LaFountain Park and
the skate park. No one was there
when officers arrived.

6A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 22, 2016

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

COMMUNITY
Amazing what a small shower can do

Anniversary
MR. and MRS.
WALTER SCHULZ
SHERWOOD A card
shower is being planned for
the 65th wedding anniversary of Walter and Loretta
(Ringger) Schulz. It will be
at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June
26 at St. John Lutheran
Church.
Hosting the event are
Linda Wirtner, Penny
Schulz and Lisa Holtsberry.
The couple, who reside at
5342 Mulligan Bluff Road,
Ney OH 43549, were married June 17, 1951 at the
Nathan and Alma Ringger
homestead, Grover Hill, by
the Rev. Kinner.
Children of the pair are
Linda (Phillip) Wirtner of
Fort Wayne, Larry (Penny) Schulz of Ney and
Lisa (Mark) Holtsberry of
Paulding.
They also have five
grandchildren
and
a
great-grandchild.
Wedding day in 1951

I will never forget the day


when my mother, near the end
of her life, had a special visitor. It was a special needs
lady from down the hall in the
rest home where my mother
was a resident.
The precious lady, known
for her collection of pictures
on the walls of her room,
wheeled her wheelchair into
my mothers room, looked at
me and said, shes sick?
I said, yes, Sharon, she is
very sick.
She looked at her and said,
awe, shes sick, and then she
looked at me and said, I sing
to her?
I replied, if you like, thank
you.
Like a little child, the middle-aged lady looked at my
mother and sang the song, Jesus Loves Me in its entirely.
Suddenly, a peace settled in
the room that was beyond description.
Then Sharon looked at me
and said, she loves Jesus?
I said, Yes, Sharon, she
loves Jesus.
Then, with eyes of compassion that filled my eyes with
tears, she looked at me and
said, I pray for her, okay?

birds seek for a drink in the


freshly-created pools and all
of nature responds to the refreshing shower.
It reminds me of the promise in Ezekiel 34:26, I will
make them and the places
around my hill a blessing.
And I will cause showers to
come down in their season;
they will be showers of blessing.
Earlier this morning, I
passed a lady I wasnt familiar with on the street. Without
thinking, we glanced at each
other and a rich smile broke
out on both of our faces. I
dont recall ever seeing her
again but the shower of blessing had broken out on both of
our faces creating a shower of
blessing and refreshing peace
within each of our hearts that
couldnt be replaced.
As we exchanged smiles I
thought of that day when, by
my mothers bedside, Sharon
taught us what a really refreshing shower can do.

Spun

by Jim Langham

I told her that would be


wonderful. After a moment of
silence, the simple lady with
the beautiful heart turned
in her wheel chair, started
to leave the room and then
turned and said, I pray for
her, all right?
Within hours, my mother went to her reward with a
smile on her face and in her
eyes.
As she passed, I thought of
Sharon and how that special
moment resembled the revitalization that comes to a plant
or field following a refreshing,
needed rain. The grass greens
up, plants turn dark green,

The Progress ...

is Paulding Countys
newspaper of record.

Birthdays
June 25 Mario Bernal, Edward Collins, Alex Doster, Alberta Gilliam, Frieda Good, Sue Hernandez, Karen Riter, Kaleigh
Mapes, Nathan Temple, Darlene Waltenburg.
June 26 Debbie Collins, Walt Kauser, Kaitlin Lantow, Jacob
Logan, Harold Phlipot, Tom Stahl.
June 27 Drew Burnett, Taylor Daves, Gregory Johanns, Jeremy Johnson, Stanley Jordan, Rich Mobley, Michael Nicholas,
Kathy Roberts, Lenny Smith, Clara Belle Watson, MaDonna
Wonderly.
June 28 Paul Doan, Bonnie Graf, Ethan Johnson, Scott Kipfer, Heidi Knapp, Kylee Zizelman.
June 29 Jessica Banks, Erica Bauer, Jessica E. Childs, Jason
LaBounty, Briana Ripke, B.J. Roughton, Kadee Unger.
June 30 Ryan Bostelman, Macy Doster, Brice Ferris, Larry
Grace, Ethan Marlin, Kelly Porter, Darsie Ripke.
July 1 Donna Etter, Amanda LaBounty, Carmen Lieb,
Chloe Rose Parker, Breck Ripke, Steven Shull, Randy Wilhelm.

New Arrivals
June 14, 2016
INDIANAPOLIS A
daughter, Kloey James Vance,
was born Tuesday, June 14
to Heather Archer and Derik
Vance of Indianapolis.
Kloey arrived at 11:02 p.m.

House of Love

at Community North Hospital.


She weighed 5 lbs. 14 oz. and
measured 19-1/2 inches long.
Grandparents are Denny
and Sandi Vance of Paulding Stahl Stoller Meyer Insurance of Paulding donated $500 to the Honor Flight fundraising project spearheaded by Paulding Putnam
and Matt and Donna Archer Electric employees. Co-sponsor of the donation was Buckeye State Mutual. Representing Stahl Stoller Meyer are, from left Greg
Stoller, Kevin Stahl, Jessica Armstrong, Eric Hurless, Brooke Greear and Karen Saxton.
of Indianapolis.
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Thursday & Friday


11 am 7 pm

House of Love Ministries


220 N. Williams St.
Paulding
1- Baptism 6/5/16
Sue Noneman

Praise the Lord!

Any candidate for the


November 2016 General Election
from Defiance, Paulding, Putnam,
Henry, Williams, Fulton and Van
Wert counties that would like to be
considered for an endorsement from
the Defiance Area UAW CAP Council,
please send an email to
defianceareauawcapcouncil@gmail.com for a questionnaire.

of

The Bargain Bin


Paulding CounTy, inC.
118 West Perry Street
Paulding, OH 45879
Phone: 419-399-5053

Please help us reach our New


Building Fund goal!
Thank You!
40th Annual Van

Wert County

Old Fashioned Farmers Days


June 30 thru July 3, 2016
The Van Wert County Fairgrounds is located on
US Rt. 127 South, Van Wert, Ohio

ATTENTION SUMMER BRIDES!


The Bargain Bin has several Beautiful New
Wedding Dresses for sale - Low Prices!
Shop at The Bargain Bin
118 W Perry, Paulding OH
Fridays 9 to 5 Saturdays 9 to 12

Special...Special...Special
40W x 60L x 16H
3 Ply 2x6 Laminated Columns @ 80/C
Certified Trusses 4/12 Pitch @ 40/C 25# Snow Load
2x4 Purlins and Wall Girts @ 20/C
1 Row 2x8 Ground Treated Skirt Board
Extra Bracing in Wall and Truss Areas (Standard)
Condenstop Vapor Barrier Under Roof Steel
1W Vented Sidewall Overhangs / 1W Non Vented

Endwall Overhangs / Full Clear Vented Ridge Cap


3H Steel Wainscot
6 Aluminum Seamless Gutters w/ 3x4 Downspouts
1 - 3W x 68H Aluminum Frame Steel panel Entry Door
w/ Lever Handle Lockset
1 - 20W x 14H Steel Insulated Overhead Door w/
Opener (Not Hard Wired)
29 Gauge Steel and Trims w/ Vaslpar Paint (40 Year
Warranty) / Choice of Colors, No Extra Charge
ZXL Color Matched Screws (40 Year Warranty)
Delivered & Erected on Customers Level Site: $28,446

This year, the featured tractors will be: Oliver,


Minneapolis Moline, Co-Op Tractors, equipment, Hit 7
Miss Engines; All Brands are welcome! Antique Tractors
and Machinery and Gas Engines will be on exhibit.

Activities will include:


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

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

EXHIBITORS CAMPING

Wed. FREE $10.00/day during show.


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

MUSIC DAILY

Music supported in part by a grant


from Van Wert County Foundation.

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

SUNDAY FREE

Donation at the gate:


$3.00 per person
Under 12 years of
Age - FREE!

www.oldfashionedfarmersdays.com
Visit the website for full schedule of events!

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 7A

A day in the life of a mouse WT board okays personnel items


The one thing I fear the most
is a mouse. I have had a lot of
funny experiences with mice
and none of them are good.
I remember reading a Little
House on the Prairie book and
a mouse climbed up in Pas
hair while he was asleep and
chewed off his hair. Then too,
growing up in the country, we
saw a lot of mice. My grandma
and mama were scared to death
of them and I think perhaps
their fear got passed on to me.
I think I would rather have a
close encounter with a bear than
a mouse.
I hate it when someone says
to me, Awww, they wont hurt
you. They are as scared of you
as you are of them. (Okay everyone. Try telling that to the
mouse.)
Lets face it, none of us want
those little furry critters in
our homes. But then, I started
wondering about the lowly little mouse and how they could
survive in our vicious world of
mouse traps, poison, and cats.
Although I dont ever want
to see a mouse, their short life
span is not really an easy one.
They spend most of their lives
reproducing, fighting danger or
looking for food. Here is a day
in the life of a MOUSE!
Mice are night owls and when
our day ends theirs begins. Mrs.
Mousie, a six-month-old female
(which is middle-aged in mouse
years), wakes up from her sleep
and stretches out in her nest. (I
hope it is not in my house.) Two

a penny

for your Thoughts

By Nancy Whitaker

weeks ago, Mama Mouse had a


littler of six babies and five survived. She touches each of her
mousettes with her nose to
make sure they are fine.
The baby mice will be completely independent in about
two weeks and they have to be
weaned because Mother Mouse
is going to have another litter and they are due in another
week. Then, believe it or not,
the little ones will leave home
and have their own babies. Did
you realize that this one Mama
Mouse lives to be a year old and
is responsible for the birth of at
least 5,000 mice?
Mama Mouse sticks her
head out of her hole where she
has been looking out of for
several hours. Is it safe? She
knows each twist and turn of
her (your) territory and starts
sniffing out some goodies. She
knows where some spilled oat-

meal is located, so she nibbles


and scouts around her territory
again.
Is that a cookie she smells?
Yes it is, and there are some
crumbs on the floor that is just
perfect for a snack. One time
I remember asking this question, Are mice blind? In the
childrens song, Three Blind
Mice they get their tails cut
off by the farmers wife, so
I thought mice were actually
blind. However, I did learn that
mice can see, but not very well.
Our mouse smells danger.
With very good hearing and a
great sense of smell, she can tell
it is that cat creeping around.
Now, Mrs.Mouse has to get
back to her babies and sniffs her
way around numerous traps and
poison boxes. She scurries as
fast as she can, but can hear the
cats claws hitting the floor. With
a jump, she makes it to her cozy
hole in the wall. What a night!
I really am scared to death
of a mouse, but after reading
about their hardships, I am still
scared! They need to just pack
their belongings and get out of
everyones homes and enjoy the
outside and nature.
Every living animal has the
same love for their family, food,
and security. So, I suppose the
lowly mouse does, too.
Do you have any mouse stories to tell? Are you scared of
a mouse? Have you ever had a
mouse for a pet? Let me know
and Ill give you a Penny for
Your Thoughts.

n SHERIFF
Continued from Page 4A
8:19 a.m. Deputies transported a subject to
Ohio 637 in Auglaize Township for the Defiance
County Parole office.
9:15 a.m. Assistance was provided for the Antwerp Police Department on Stone Street.
11:31 a.m. Dog complaint was handled on
Road 123 in Emerald Township.
1:28 p.m. Dog complaint came in from Lincoln
Avenue in Paulding.
2:15 p.m. Threats on Facebook were reported
by an Auglaize Township resident of Road 171.
3:59 p.m. Dog complaint was looked into on
Road 424 in Crane Township.
4:49 p.m. Dog complaint was addressed on
Magee Street in Briceton, Paulding Township.
4:50 p.m. Latty Township resident of Road 48
lodged a dog complaint.
4:56 p.m. Deputies were called to a business on

Road 424 in Carryall Township where employees


were fighting.
7:48 p.m. Domestic situation on South Cherry
Street in Paulding was handled by officers and
deputies.
9:09 p.m. Canine unit was deployed on the
Paulding County Fairgrounds.
11:57 p.m. Antwerp EMS was called for a female who fell off a roof in the village.
Friday, June 17
12:42 a.m. Gunshots and people yelling were
heard on Road 181 in Brown Township.
2:39 a.m. Deputies reported searching a vehicle
on US 127 at Road 72 in Latty Township.
9:49 a.m. Dog complaint came in from Road
88 in Brown Township.
9:51 a.m. Crane Township resident of Road 73
lodged a dog complaint.

Daughters of Union Veterans meet


FORT WAYNE The Rebecca Otis Tent #54 Daughters of the Union Veterans of
the Civil War met May 14 at
the Georgetown Branch of the
Allen County Library in Fort
Wayne.
Meeting business included
the purchase of American flags.
Information was distributed for
possible new members from
other areas. The application of
the newest member was completed and signed.

Members were encouraged


to remember Our Boys in
Blue and all other veterans
for Memorial Day by attending memorial services, placing
flags on graves, and helping
plan or participating in services.
GAR Scholarships are available to a sophomore, junior or
senior who is of good GPA in a
good accredited college and of
lineal descent to a Union patriot.
Contact the Rebecca Otis Tent
for more information.

The next regular meeting of


the group will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 9 at Fort Waynes
Dupont Branch Library, Room
C.
Direct descendants of Union
soldiers who would like to learn
more about the Daughters of
Union Veterans should contact
one of the members: president
Vickie Day, 260- 909-0091;
Loretta McCann, 260-5320258; or Caroline Zimmerman, 419-258-2222.

HAVILAND - The Wayne Trace Local


School Board of Education passed several
consent items, honored their educators of the
year, and offered several contracts for the upcoming school year when they met in regular
session June 13.
The following consent items from the
agenda as recommended by superintendent
Steve Arnold were approved:
Resignations of Elizabeth Motycka as
a teacher at Grover Hill Elementary; Katie
Stoller, aide; Kara Kelly as eighth grade volleyball coach.
Voluntary transfer of Mary Rachel Hire
to the position of third grade teacher at Payne
Elementary for 2016-17 school year.
Megan Chapman, a one-year limited contract to teach at Wayne Trace JH/HS for 201617 school year; Zach Boyer, a one-year limited
contract to teach at Wayne Trace JH/HS.
Mandy Whitman, a one-year limited contract as an aide at Grover Hill Elementary for
the 2016-17 school year.
One-year supplemental contracts for
2016-17 for the following certified personnel:
Jim Linder - head boys basketball; Bethany
Hughes - head girls basketball; Craig Miller
- JV boys basketball; Carly Covarrubias - JV
girls basketball; Josh Neilson - assistant high
school/head junior high wrestling; Joe Linder seventh grade boys basketball; Christina Sinn
- yearbook advisor.
One-year supplemental contracts for
2016-17 for the following classified personnel:
George Clemens - head wrestling coach; Brett
Beckman - freshman boys basketball.
Volunteer coaches for the 2016-17 school
year: Chad Goeltzenleuchter and Rob Long wrestling.
Maternity leave for Christen Bauer from
approximately Sept. 29-Oct. 28.

Commend 2015 valedictorians Brianna


Sinn and Scott Wenninger.
Commend coach Tony Branch, assistant
coaches, and girls track and field team members Stacey Flint, Shayna Temple, Monique
Goings and Gracie Gudakunst for placing in
this years state meet. Monique placed fourth
in the 100 meter dash and seventh in the 200
meter dash, while the quartet finished in third
place in the 4x100 meter relay.
Participation in the Federal Free and Reduced Price Lunch and Breakfast program for
the upcoming school year.
Renewal of the property, liability and auto
insurance policy with Liberty Mutual for July 1,
2016-June 30, 2017 for a premium of $51,378.
A resolution authorizing the superintendent and treasurer to contract with EPC Purchasing Cooperative for the purpose of seeking bus bids.
An additional $3,333.60 for the 21st Century site coordinator, Anne Gerber, due to
increased duties and responsibilities for the
2015-16 school year.
As a part of the treasurers report, several
items were a part of the consent agenda, including approving the cash reconciliation for
May; approving the final appropriations and
revenues for fiscal year 2016; approving the
temporary appropriations and revenues for
fiscal year 2017; approving the transfer of
$276,510 from the general fund to the permanent improvement fund; transferring funds
from the general fund to the cafeteria fund in
the amount of $50,000; and advancing funds
from the general fund to the EPA grant fund
in the amount of $4,900.
Special recognition was given to Karen
Wagonrod and Kris Gerardot on their retirement. Elyse Boyer, Zach Boyer and Jan Boterf
were honored as educators of the year.

Navigating the world of tomorrow


By Byron McNutt
DHI Media
Wasnt life in America 40
years ago (even yesterday)
a lot simpler? Even so, does
anyone want to go back in
time? Here are a few thoughts
about yesteryear and the coming future gleaned from news
reports.
Economist James Bessen
says the average grocery store
today carries 50 times as many
products for sale than they did
80 years ago. Add the fact
there are retail outlets of one
kind or another on every street
corner. You can buy food,
clothing, sundries, items for
the home, whatever you desire, anytime anyplace.
Whats different today?
Consumers have money to
spend and marketers have created an intense need for goods
and services. Effective advertising has driven consumers to
impulsively need those products.
You dont even need to have
money. The financial industry has made credit available
...buy now and pay later. Its
magic!
According to the Pew Research Center, the millennial
generation, puffed up by a
flood of immigrants, has now
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In 2008, for the first time in
history, more human beings
lived in cities than in rural areas. The United Nations projects that by 2050 nearly twothirds of the worlds projected
9.7 billion people will be urban.
Many urban planners can
only scratch their heads about
how this is going to work.
College-educated
young
adults are being drawn to urban living. Its where the jobs

are. The suburbs will provide


exciting lifestyle opportunities
and an attractive social scene.
A Koch Brothers (agriculture division) ad on TV says
that by 2050, we will need to
produce twice the yield from
our usable land to support the
worlds food needs. It will be
one thing to produce the food,
it will be another thing to get
the food on the table where it
is needed.
Do you think were way
too connected already? Well,
according to Gartner, the technology research firm, by 2020
the number of connected devices in the world will be 26
billion. Several tech titans say
Gartner is way too conservative.
Cisco Systems predicts the
number will be 50 billion.
Semiconductor giant Intel
sees the Internet of Things
(IoT) will explode to the point
where there will be 200 billion
connected devices. International Data Corp. predicts the
number to reach 212 billion.
They say we havent seen
anything, yet. The Internet of
Things revolution will connect
people to people, their cars,
their homes, their jobs and the
places they shop. It will effect
every aspect of how we live,
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8A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Community Memorial Hospital in Hicksville has unveiled a new piece of equipment that makes STATEWIDE AWARD WINNERS The Ohio Juvenile Detention Services Association (OJDSA)
has selected two employees of the Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training & Rehabilitation
it easier for healthcare providers to locate a patients vein.
Center, which serves Defiance, Henry, Fulton, Williams and Paulding counties, for recognition of
their outstanding dedication to duty, service to the community and service to the incarcerated
youth at the detention center. Paulding resident John Proxmire, of the maintenance department,
was selected as the Support Services Worker of the Year recipient due to his excellent service to
the citizens of the five counties, and devotion to his country as a 20-plus-year veteran of the Ohio
HICKSVILLE If you are a patient with healthcare professional.
hard-to-find veins, the last thing you want to It is perfect for blood draws, starting IVs National Guard, where he serves as a sergeant first class in a cavalry unit. Sergeant Chad Kauffman
hear when getting your blood taken is that the or other procedures where accurately finding was selected as the State of Ohios Detention Worker of the Year award. From left are Kauffman,
superintendent Brian Patrick and John Proxmire.
medical professional missed the vein and you a vein is necessary.
have to be stuck again. Thanks to an anony- In emergency situations, a vein often needs
mous donor, Community Memorial Hospital to be located quickly and this new technology
in Hicksville now has an ingenious device will help to access veins rapidly.
that can take the guesswork out of locating Another great use for this vein finder is
the right vein.
when blood has to be taken from infants, be The VeinViewer is now available for use cause their tiny veins are very difficult to feel.
by the lab and other departments. The Ve- This product will help to deliver a better painViewer projects near-infrared light onto tient experience and should greatly reduce the
the patients skin, showing the veins to the stress of multiple needle sticks.
parade were Sylvia Simpkins
June 22, 1966 ... Jerry
Those were the and Olive Armstrong, both
Flaugh 25, from Payne, has
over 100 years old.
been hired as a new deputy
sheriff, recently announced
Mayor
Bob
Franklin,
John Keeler.
Payne, was selected parade
Paulding County Nursmarshal for the June 28 comes Association will hold a
munity summer festival in
potluck supper at 6:30 p.m.
Payne.
Wednesday, June 22 at Vir Airman Donald L. Kipfer,
ginia Smiths cottage.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dull,
C. Kipfer, of 305 West Oak
R.R. 1, Scott, announced the
Street, Payne, graduated from
engagement of their daughter,
the aircraft armament systems
Diana Jean Dull, to Keith Edspecialists course at Lowry
ward Stoller, son of Mr. and
Air Force Base, Colorado.
Mrs. Eugene Stoller, R.R. 1,
Oakwood Community 4-H
Haviland.
Club gave a donation to the
By Joe Shouse
National Guard 2nd Lt.
Oakwood School library reWayne F. Miller, whose par- the Sundance Kid.
cently. Attending the presenents are Mr. and Mrs. Melvern Ron Winner is now associ- tation were Mandy Taylor,
H. Miller, of Route 3, Pauld- ated with Sprow Realty, 127 Jolene Taylor, Tammy Pier,
ing, completed a combat North in Paulding. Winner, Josh Grimes, Karen Jacobs
Joe Shouse/Paulding County Progress platoon leadership course at a lifelong resident of Pauld- (librarian), Troy Weller, Shei Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative employees raised more than $144,000 to fund two Honor Army Infantry School, Fort ing, has been a teacher in the ler Schwartz and Scott Taylor.
Flights. One of the ways they raised money was by raffling off a new pickup truck. The raffle winners, Benning, Georgia, June 7.
Paulding Schools for a num- A number of Paulding
John Saxton and his sister Pat Siebeneck (center), chose the cash option of $35,000 and donated June 23, 1976 ... Clayton ber of years. Winner and his County beauties will be com$5,000 back to Honor Flight in remembrance of their father, Maurice H. Saxton, who served in the Butler was named superinten- wife, Earlene, and sons, David peting for the title of Miss
U.S. Air Force 446th Bomb Group. Here, Bob Myer (left) and Sandy Myer (right), Honor Flight board dent of the Paulding Exempt- and Michael, live in Paulding. Paulding County at the Pauldmembers, accept the siblings donation.
ed Village Schools, succeed- Mrs. Donna Dimock, trea- ing County Fair: Misti Riging retiring Harry Reece.
surer of the Paulding County genbach, Suzy Todd, Richele
James Wilson was named Bicentennial Commission, re- Hill, Marci Reinhart, Cindy
the new principal of the cently sold one of 500 special Lucas, Kathy Sukup, Jody
Paulding Middle School.
Antwerp, Ohio
plates commemorating the Spencer, Joan Sukup and Sha419-258-5351
Playing at the Paulding bicentennial to Sylvia Horst- ra Lake.
305 S. Main Street
Theatre is Butch Cassidy and man, proprietor of the Snow
Antwerp, OH 45813
Cone restaurant at Charloe
Payne, Ohio
Trail.
419-236-2705
102 N.
N Main Street
Ann E. Phlipot, daughter of
Payne, OH 45880
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phlipot
PAULDING It was
Harlan, Indiana - LPO
Jr., was among the graduates
incorrectly listed in an
260-657-1000
receiving degrees at the Ohio
18214 SR Thirty-Seven
article last week that
State University commenceHarlan, IN 46743
the next meeting of the
ment on June 11.
Paulding County Demo Blood drive ... Mike Hercratic Central Committee
ber, a first-time blood donor
will be in August.
at age 18, and his brother Ken,
In fact, the next meetwho is 19, has donated twice.
ing will be on July 12 at 7
Both young men play football
p.m. in the Paulding Eaand live in Antwerp with their
gles Hall.
parents, who are also donors.
We regret this error.
June 25, 1986 ... Marshals
for the Courthouse Centennial

Vein finding technology arrives at CMH

Bicentennial plate, courthouse


centennial, new superintendent

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 9A

PAULD I N G PROGR E SS

SPORTS
ACME Baseball

ACME Baseball

Crestview blanks Raiders Raiders double up Panthers

By DANIEL JOSEPH
DHI Media Sports Writer
HAVILAND The Crestview Knights traveled to
Wayne Trace to take on the
Raiders in ACME play on
Thursday night and it was
very one-sided. Seniors-tobe Tanner Crowle and Lance
Camp combined to throw a
no-hitter as the Knights defeated the Raiders 6-0.
It was nice, Crestview
Knight head coach Jeff Helm
said. Tanner (Crowle) and
Lance (Camp) threw really
well and relied on their defense. They let them (Wayne
Trace) swing the bat and its
a good thing to see. We always need guys to step on the
mound and it was nice to see
that tonight.
The Knights wasted little time to get on the board
as
back-to-back-to-back
hits from Brant Richardson,
Spencer Rolsten and Luke
Gerardot gave them a quick
2-0 lead.
We have to let it go and
move on from it, Raider assistant coach Jeff Morman
said. Our bats werent going
tonight. We needed to come
out and get those two runs
back right away, but unfortunately their pitcher pitched a

great game and we couldnt


get it going.
Crestview scored again in
the second inning when Derek Stout, who singled after a
leadoff fly out, scored from
first base on a double-error.
The Knights added three more
runs to their total in the sixth
inning despite not recording
a hit. Two walks, a hit batter
and two Raider errors plated the three runs. Crestview
managed to strand no runners
in the inning and stranded just
three in the game.
We are putting pressure
on the defense, Helm said.
We are making things happen and stealing some bases
and hitting the ball to right
side when there is a runner
on third base. We just try to
get a run here and there.
Wayne Trace struggled
with errors to the tune of five
on the night.
We just need to forget
about an error and move on
to the next play, Morman
said. Tonight, we let one error lead to another and runs
scored because of it.
Crowle started on the
rubber for the Knights and
pitched into the fifth inning
and struck out nine while
walking three. Camp pitched

the final two innings and


fanned two while walking
one.
With the loss, the Raiders
fell to 2-3 on the season.
We did some things well
tonight, Morman said. Our
pitchers played well and they
hit their spots. They gave up
a few hits, but for the most
part they played very well.
We also had a few good plays
in the field tonight, we just
couldnt throw the ball.
The win gives Crestview
its eighth straight, moving to
11-3.

Crestview 210 003 0 6 5 1


Wayne Trace 000 000 0 0 0 5
Crestview (6) Caden Hurless 3b
3-0-1-0, Brant Richardson cf 1-2-10, Spencer Rolsten ss 3-1-1-2, Luke
Gerardot c 3-0-1-1, Zech Smierman
2b 0-1-0-0, Jacob Painter rf 2-1-00, Payton Knittle lf 3-0-0-0, Derek
Stout 1b 2-1-1-0, Alex Ingram PH
1-0-0-0, Tanner Crowle p 2-0-0-0,
Lance Camp p 1-0-0-0, Derek Biro
eh 2-0-0-0, Dylan Hicks ph 0-0-0-0;
Totals 23-6-5-3
Wayne Trace (0) Reid Miller 2b
2-0-0-0, Blaine Jerome 3b 3-0-00, Seth Yenser lf 2-0-0-0, Quinton
Stabler 3-0-0-0, Grant Baumle ss/p
2-0-0-0, Jayden Sherry ph 1-0-0-0,
Caleb Schaufer rf 2-0-0-0, Kolyn
Hilkey rf 1-0-0-0, Kam Forrer p/ss
2-0-0-0, Braden Zuber cf 0-0-0-0,
Korbin Slade c 3-0-0-0; Totals 220-0-0

Campus Notes
A total of 235 undergraduates and 38 graduate students officially joined the ranks of Heidelberg University alumni on May 15 during
the universitys 163rd commencement exercises. Among the graduates are the following local/area students were Mary Kohart of
Paulding, who graduated with a bachelor of
arts degree in public relations and business
administration; and Alysha Stuck of Antwerp,
who graduated with a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice.

Nathan Holtsberry, of Paulding, recently


participated in the 2016 Juried Student Art
and Design Exhibition at the University of
Findlay. Holtsberry showcased his creativity
in sculpture.

Bowling Green State University announced


the undergraduate students who have been
named to the spring semester Deans List.
Local students include Lydia Yenser and
Madeline Reinhart, both of Antwerp; Treanna
Bidlack, Cecil; Cassidy Hilkey, Grover Hill;
Blair Baumle and Madeline Baumle, both of
Haviland; and Laney Hanak, Lorenzo Salinas
and Kathryn Clapsaddle, all of Paulding.

Bowling Green State University has Paulding County residents who graduated recently. The following students received degrees:
Hannah Tempel, Antwerp, bachelor of science
in journalism; Bryant Miesle, Antwerp, bachelor of arts, magna cum laude; Taylor Baumle,
Haviland, graduate certificate in autism spectrum disorders; Joyce Golz, Paulding, graduate certificate in secondary transition; Elizabeth Zartman, Payne, bachelor of science in
criminal justice.

Wilmington College has released its Deans


List for the 2016 spring semester. Included on
the list from Paulding County is Taylor Ankney, Paulding, a sophomore majoring in agriculture.

Ashley Saylor of Paulding has been named


to the 2016 spring semester Deans List at
Ohio Wesleyan University.

More than 500 graduates were awarded degrees from the University of Findlay in spring
2016. Local students include Jayla Chamberlain of Antwerp, bachelor of science in biology with the academic designation of cum
laude; and Alex North of Antwerp, bachelor
of science in intervention specialist education
with the academic designation of cum laude.

Defiance College recently announced scholarship awards for the 2016-17 academic year.
Awards range from $10,000 to $22,000. Additionally, students can be awarded a Service
Leadership Award recognizing their commitment to service in their community. Among

those who have been awarded and have accepted a DC scholarship are the following
area students:
Christopher Davis, Haviland, was awarded the Deans Scholarship and Service Leadership Award. Christopher, son of Rob and
Jessica Davis, is a student at Wayne Trace
High School and involved with the National
Honor Society, basketball, golf and baseball.
Corey Davis, Haviland, was awarded the
Trustee Scholarship and Service Leadership
Award. Corey, son of Rob and Jessica Davis,
is a student at Wayne Trace High School and
involved with the National Honor Society,
Grover Hill United Methodist Church Food
Pantry, football, basketball and baseball.
Kynsie Etzler, Paulding, was awarded the
Achievement Scholarship and Service Leadership Award. Kynsie, daughter of Chris and
Stacie Etzler, is a student at Paulding High
School and involved with the National Honor
Society, cheerleading, Family Consumer and
Career Leaders of America, Ohio Model United Nations, and Edgerton Wesleyan Church.

Each semester, Defiance College recognizes students who have attained an outstanding
level of academic excellence by naming them
to either the Deans List (full-time) or the
school Honors List (part-time).
Among those named to the Deans List: Joseph Hilton and Derek Smalley, Antwerp;
Kyle Williams, Grover Hill; Arlen Stoller,
Haviland; Mindy Yates. Oakwood; Catlyn
Pavel, Paulding; Haley Saylor, Payne.
Those named to the Honors List: Abbey
Edwards, Paulding, and Teresa Watkins,
Sherwood.

More than 3,800 students from Ohio qualified for the spring semester 2016 Deans List
at Ohio Universitys Athens campus. Local
students include Anjelica Moreno of Cecil
and Javier Gonzales of Paulding.

Jacob Dingus of Paulding was named to


Ashland Universitys Deans List for the
spring semester. Dingus is majoring in exercise science. He is a 2015 graduate of Wayne
Trace High School.

Ashley Saylor of Paulding graduated this


spring from Ohio Wesleyan University. Saylor
earned a bachelor of arts degree.

Austin Speice of Paulding earned a bachelors degree in criminal justice during Bluffton Universitys 116th annual commencement
ceremony on May 8.

Beth (Ross) Black, of Paulding, earned a


bachelors degree in graphic design with a
photography minor during Bluffton Universitys 116th annual commencement ceremony
on May 8.

By KEVIN
WANNEMACHER
Sports Writer
HAVILAND Wayne Trace rallied from a
3-0 deficit with a four-run third inning as the
Raiders doubled up county rival Paulding 6-3
last Monday in ACME baseball action.
The Panthers struck first with a three-run
third inning before Wayne Trace responded
with four runs in the home half of the inning
to grab a 4-3 advantage.
In the fifth, the Raiders extended the margin to 6-3
with two more runs that ended the nights scoring.
Braden Zuber got the win for the red-white-

ACME Baseball

Panthers sweep Rams


By KEVIN
WANNEMACHER
Sports Writer
PAULDING A pair of
late rallies gave Paulding a
sweep of Tinora in doubleheader ACME baseball action
last week.
In game one, Paulding
scored four times in the bottom of the seventh to rally for
a 5-4 win over Tinora.
Lupe Martinez had two
singles to lead the Panther offense with Jaret Miller, Cameron Doster, Caleb Ripke and
Carson Shull all adding singles. Jordan McGough also
had a double for the maroon-

Paulding County has selected Krystal Albright to represent


Paulding County Special Olympics at the 2016 Special Olympics Ohio State Summer Games. Albright, daughter of Kevin and
Nancy Albright, will compete in cycling. The 47th annual Games,
held June 24-26 at The Ohio State University in Columbus, will
feature competition for more than 2,700 athletes from across the
state. The program will include competition in 11 sports, as well
as movies, recreational clinics, and the colorful Opening Ceremonies.

ODOT projects
The following is a weekly
report regarding current and
upcoming highway road construction projects in the Ohio
Department of Transportation
District One, which includes
Paulding County:
Ohio 114 between U.S.
30 and Ohio 49, just west of
Township Road 11, is restricted through the work zone for
approximately 30 days for a
culvert replacement. Traffic
will be detoured.
Ohio 637 between Ohio
111 and County Road 12
will be restricted with traffic
maintained for a tile repair.
Ohio 111 between U.S.
127 and County Road 1, Ohio
114 between County Road
127 and County Road 263 and
Ohio 637 between Ohio 613
and Ohio 114 will be restricted with traffic maintained for
a berm replacement project.

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in the bottom of the sixth to


turn a 1-1 tie into a 4-1 victory over the Rams.
Johanns topped the Panthers with a single and a double while adding a run scored
and two runs batted in.
Jaret Miller, Martinez,
James Mourey and Egnor
added singles. Doster picked
up the win on the mound,
tossing two innings in relief
with four strikeouts.
Two games remain on the
Panthers ACME schedule:
June 23 at 5 p.m. in
Paulding
June 27 at 5 p.m. in
Paulding

Correction
Due to incorrect information submitted to our
office, a news article in
last weeks edition contained an error.
The Northwest Conference spring scholar-athlete awards included
Boys Track - gold: Brendon Lothamer.

COLUMBUS On Monday, Gov. John Kasich signed


a bill into law that will improve the lives of some of
Ohios most vulnerable young
citizens. Ohio House Bill
50 creates a new program to
serve youth who age out of
foster care, and those adopted
after age 16, through their 21st
birthdays.
Each year, more than 1,000
Ohio youth age out of foster care at age 18. House Bill
50 includes a package of programs to help these young
people prepare for college or
a career, as well as transitional housing options, including
apartment programs, campus
housing and foster and host
homes.
Officially, the bill will become a state law the Ohio
Fostering Connections Act
in 90 days. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services will receive an appropriation of $550,000 to fund
its year-long implementation
planning effort.
Implementation of the extended supports to foster
youth is expected to occur in
about 18 months. The implementation funding will be appropriated in the next biennial
budget legislation (SFY 1819).
Research indicates that
foster care alumni are at high
risk of homelessness, unemployment, insufficient education, dependence on public
assistance, human trafficking,
incarceration and other devastating outcomes.

2016
Who:

21 2016

Corner of TR 87 (Duff Rd.) & SR 235 Lakeview, OH

10th SEASON
April 9 thru September 25

and-white.
Miller, Doster, Ripke and
Shull all posted runs batted in
while Cade McGarvey, Marcus Miller, Ripke, McGough
and Shull chipped in runs
scored.
Preston Johanns picked up
the win for the local squad,
tossing a complete game
while allowing 10 hits and
a pair of walks, but fanned
eight Ram hitters.
Tinora scored twice in the
third and fourth innings to open
a 4-0 advantage, but was held
scoreless from that point on.
Game two saw the maroonand-white score three times

New law to help


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and-blue, scattering six hits and a walk while


fanning six in a complete game effort.
Quinton Stabler had a single and a double
for the Raiders while Grant Baumle added a
double. Seth Yenser and Caleb Schaefer also
added singles for the Wayne Trace offense.
Lupe Martinez took the loss for the Panthers, allowing six hits and four walks in four
plus innings of work. Martinez also fanned
seven Raiders in the contest.
Fletcher Cook and Carson Shull each had
a double to top the Panther efforts while Jaret
Miller, Martinez, Cameron Doster and Marcus
Miller all had singles.

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10A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Multiple Listing
Service
To see nice color pictures & interior shots of properties offered
by Gorrell Bros. go to: www.gorrellbros-paulding.com

NEW LISTING

#1736 .... 503 W. Garfield Ave.


Paulding ... 1.5 story, 4 BDRM, 2.5
bath spacious All-American home,
C/A, full basement, dining room, eatin style kitchen, rear deck. New Price
$185,000...Call Joe Den Herder

#1755..181 Bittersweet Dr.


Paulding... Well-kept 2 BDRM, 2
Bath Condo, C/A, Living room fireplace w/gas, 2 lg BDRM, garage
has workshop area & back patio.
$110,000... Call Don Gorrell

2 NEW LISTINGS - EACH 3 BR


Homes w/newer roofs, floor coverings & freshly painted. 1 Sold
and the Other Reduced to $62,500
- Call Don Gorrell 419-399-7699
NEW LISTING - Pldg/Def Co. Line
Rd. Wooded/Rolling in Wildwood
Addition. 1,121 Sq Ft - Built in 1988.
Call Don Gorrell 419-399-7699

ANNOUNCEMENTS
IF INTERESTED in a
FREE KJV Bible or children's story Bible,
please contact 419-7869309. We welcome locations interested in helping to distribute bibles.

STORAGE

PAULDING MINI Storage: For unit sizes and


prices please call 419399-4068.

Public Auction

4 PM- Wed June 29, 2016- 4 PM

Location:

12415 Maple Ave, Paulding,


OH 45879; On Site

HoUSEHoLD itEMS &


ELviS prESLEy: 1967

chevy camaro car parts: (2)


complete doors; trunk lid; rear
bumper; rear panel assembly;
rear tail lights
(4) Sonny Bashore limited edition wildlife prints (12x18)
signed; Several Elvis Presley
collectibles including record
collection; AppliancesMaytag
W/D, Frigidaire frig & range;
Bedroom suite; Quality dressers; Desks; Patio set; Garage
tools & misc; Wooden Remington box; Antique secretary; End
tables; Bookshelves; Chairs;
Rockers; Entertainment stand;
Barbies; Misc household &
kitchen items; Collectibles
1994 BUicK cEntUry &
1967 caMaro partS
www.straleyrealty.com
SELLEr: The late Ray E. Keck
(by) Mrs. RaeAnn (Keck) Pieper
SaLE MGr: Chester M.
Straley; GRI, e-Pro;
419-605-8410

Everything we
touch... Turns to sold!!

HELP WANTED

BAUGHMAN TILE Company is now hiring. General Laborers & Yard


Workers: Ability to lift 50
-75 pounds required,
Forklift experience preferred. Delivery drivers:
Full time, Part Time or
Seasonal, CDL Class A
or B. Excellent benefit
package including health
insurance plan, 401k retirement plan, vacation
plan with a competitive
salary. Applications are
available at: Baughman
Tile Company, 851 6
Road 137, Paulding, OH.
Located 4 miles east of
US 127 on SR 613
DRIVERS: HOME daily
1st & 2nd shift available.
Monthly Safety Bonus
$1500 sign on. No touch.
Dedicated routes, Possible Saturdays. Competitive Benefit package.
888-840-8106
LEGAL SECRETARY
needed for fast-paced
general practice firm. Experience preferred. Skills
include ability to work
with the public, handle a
high volume of workload
and to meet deadlines
under pressure. Word
processing and mulit-line
phone system knowledge required. Compensation commensurate with experience
Send resume to PO Box
84, Paulding, OH 45879.

Public Auction
York Township/ Van Wert County Farm
41.121 Acres
This farm is located 1/4 mile west of Elgin, Ohio
on State Route 81
Auction to be held at the Lions Building which
is across the street from United Presbyterian
Church in Venedocia, Ohio.

Saturday, June 25, 2016


Real Estate at 10:00
41.121 Acres

Located in Section 35, York Township, Van Wert


County, Ohio. The farm borders St Rt 81 and is
located in the Lincolnview School District. This
tract has approximate 30 acres tillable with the balance being woods and building site. The house and
buildings are in poor condition. A survey has been
completed and will be sold subject to the survey.
Terms: $20,000 down day of the sale with the
balance within 30 days. Possession upon harvest of
the 2016 wheat crop. The sellers have paid the 2016
installment of real estate taxes. The purchaser shall
pay the February 2017 real estate taxes and thereafter. Any cauv tax recoupment will be the buyers
responsibility. Any statements made the day of the
sale will take precedence over this sale ad. For more
information contact the auctioneers.
Open House: Meet the auctioneers at the farm on
Thursday June 16th from 4-6pm
Note: This farm presents an opportunity to expand
your acreage or purchase a mini farm. Soil types
include Pewamo Silty Clay Loam and Blount Silty
Loam. Check the web site for pictures and
additional info. Contact your lender and come
prepared to bid.

Owner: Martha VanEman


Steel Wheel Farm LLC
Doug Jones- POA
Sale conducted by

Coldwater Auction Service

FEDERAL - MOGUL
Is a leader in design
and a manufacturer of
truck, rail and
automotive sealing
solutions.
Seeking full time
HOURLY
PRODUCTION
positions to
operate various
mold press,
equipment a
manufacture
product, fulfill quality and
production requirements
Pay for these positions
starts at $12.85 and will
support production on
any of the 3 shifts.
Comprehensive
benefit package offered
including dental, medical
vision & 401k.
Apply online at:
www.federalmogul.
com/careers
High School Diploma or
GED required.
Experience in a
manufacturing
environment preferred.
Applicants will be
required to pass a
criminal background
check and drug test.
Equal Opportunity
Employer
No telephone calls
please
FEDERAL-MOGUL
is a leader in
design and a
manufacturer of
industrial truck, rail and
automotive
sealing solutions.
Seeking applications for
MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIANS
Duties include repair,
build or rebuild and
maintain
factory equipment.
Pay for these positions
starts at
$19.42/hr and will
support production on
any of the 3 shifts.
Comprehensive benefit
package offered
Including medical,
dental, vision, 401k.
Apply online at
www.federalmogul.
com/careers.
High School Diploma or
GED required.
Additional trade school
and 5 years experience
Preferred. Applicants will
be required
To pass a criminal
background check and
Drug test.
Equal Opportunity
Employer
No Telephone calls
please.

AMISH
CONSTRUCTION
CREW
New Home Construction, Home Remodeling, Pole Barns,
Garages,
Concrete
Floors, Roofing, Reside & Storm Damage,
Window/Door
Replacement, much
more! No job too
small! Free estimates,
call David in Willshire,
Ohio 1-567-644-4429.

www.coldwaterauctionservice.net
Auctioneers
Larry Geise: Real
Rick Uhlenhake
Estate Broker419-678-9995
Auctioneer
Brenda Schwieterman
419-586-5384
419-925-4584

WAREHOUSE/BACK-UP
ROUTE DRIVER

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


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

Contact Cassie at 419-695-1061 ext. 1158


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

JUNE 23TH, 24th (9-5)


25th (9-12) #10633 CR
179 Oakwood. Old brick
house east of Charloe
Bridge. Teen/Dorm furnishing & decor, youth
and adult clothing, collectable, dishes, bedding, glassware & much
more.

United Way of Paulding


County is searching for
an executive director
working a flexible schedule of 20-25 hours a
week. Please go to
www.unitedwayofpauldingcounty.org for the full
job description and
w h e r e to s u b m i t r e $150 QUEEN pillowtop
sumes.
mattress set. New in
plastic, can deliver 260PART-TIME Executive 493-0805,
Director
The Paulding County
Hospital foundation, an
independent 501(c)(3) TIME SHARE in Ornon-profit created in lando, Fla. for sale at
1999 to assist the hospit- W e s t g a t e P r o p e r t y ;
al in improving the health priced to sell. Send inand well-being of area quiries to P.O. Box 222,
residents, seeks a part- Oakwood, OH 45873
time executive director.
Approximately 8 hours a
week. Newly created position reports to the LOOKING FOR dead
Foundation Board of trees or a woods to cut
Trustees. Must be per- wood for personal home
sonable, well-organized, heat. Must be away from
self-directed. Send re- structures and overhead
sume with application to wires, as I am not liPaulding County Hospit- censed or insured. Call
al Foundation Board of 419-796-0961 and leave
T r u s t e e s , 1 0 3 5 W . a message with your
Wayne St., Paulding, name and number. I will
Ohio 45879 by July 6. return your call ASAP.

FOR SALE

SERVICES

FOR RENT

2 BEDROOM apartment
close to school in Paulding. Stove, refrigerator
and washer/dryer hookup. Tenant pays utilities.
Ground floor. Parking off
street $375/month. $375
deposit. No Pets. 419399-3003
NOW LEASING: One &
Two Bedroom Apartments in Paulding, Ohio.
For information, please
call Straley Apartments
at 419-399-4068.

FOR SALE

6 ACRE lot near Arthur.


$19,900, $1,000 down,
$219 a month. 828-8846627.

WANTED TO BUY

ERIC'S Paint Works


and Pressure Washing
- interior and exterior
painting. Insured, quality
work. 419-262-7830

TRAVEL

CHARTER BUS Tours:


July 27-29, Mini Rt. 66
w/John Weiss Through
Illinois, Much included!!
$459pp; Aug. 911John Deere Tour,
Waterloo, IA & Moline,
IL, 3 factories, 1 museum & surprises! $359
(Our 15th tour!); Lots of
Day & Multi-Day tours Call for fliers! Evelyns
Excursions 419-737 2055, 419-367-1471 ;
Ivah Lothamer419399-2386,
www.evelynsexcursions.
com See us on Facebook, too.

BUYING COINS,
stamps, postcards, comi c b o o k s , o l d t o y s , FREE & LOW PRICE
knives, old jewelry, an- FREE OUTDOOR KITtiques, collections. Call TENS - 2 black, 3 tiger.
419-399-3353.
Call 419-594-3411

GARAGE/YARD SALES

GAS DRYER, brand


new, $100. Call 41910972 CR 87, Paulding. 399-2024.
Friday, June 24; 9am5pm. Treadmill, fire pit,
humidifier, lady's bike.

Immediate
Openings!
Experienced HVAC Installer
Licensed Plumber
Top Wages Insurance 401k
Paid Holidays Paid Vacation

4563 Elida Road, Elida, Ohio

Email resumes to: dee@jptimmerman.com

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
CLERK

Needed to enter and offset invoices, make balances and


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

PART TIME Executive


Director Wanted

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Production Products, Inc. - A Tier I manufacturer of precision metal


stampings supplying the automotive industry - is searching for a
highly motivated candidates to join our Team. 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.

Current Openings include:

Production Team Members


Maintenance Technicians
Controller
T&D Maker
Applicants can apply
200 Sugar Grove Lane, Columbus Grove, OH 45830
or go online at www.midwayproducts.com
PPI offers competitive benefits that include: Health and Prescription
Drug, Free On-site Medical Clinic, Dental, Life Insurance, Paid Holidays,
401K Plan with Company Match, Paid Vacation, Short-Term Disability,
Long-Term Disability, and Attendance Bonus Incentive.
Equal Opportunity Employer

00185519

The Board of County Commissioners of


Paulding County, Ohio, is requesting a proposal from local financial institutions to provide and administer purchasing cards to be
utilized by County entities. County purchasing cards shall have no individual cardholder
information other than the cardholders work
address. Said proposal should include any
applicable transaction costs or monthly fees.
Proposals shall be addressed to the Clerk of
the Board and must be received at the office
of the Board of County Commissioners in the
basement of the Courthouse, 115 N. Williams
Street, Room B-1, Paulding, not later than
9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 6, 2016. The
Board of County Commissioners reserves the
right to accept or reject any and all proposals.
Should you have any questions, please contact
the Paulding County Commissioners Office
at 419-399-8216, Monday through Thursday,
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
NOLA R. GINTER, CLERK
BY ORDER
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
PAULDING COUNTY, OHIO
TONY ZARTMAN
ROY KLOPFENSTEIN
MARK HOLTSBERRY

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 11A

Woodard takes Talons


Out Honor Flight

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

Paulding County Court Judge Suzanne Rister was recently presented with a plaque honoring
her as a Patriotic Employer by probation officer Jeremy Johnson. Jeremy had nominated the
Judge for the award for her support of his career as a Marine Corps heavy equipment operator.

Judge Rister surprised with


patriotic employer award

By JUDY WELLS
Feature Writer
PAULDING At a regular staff meeting a
few weeks ago, Jeremy Johnson surprised his
boss, Suzanne Rister, with a plaque recognizing her as a Patriotic Employer. Jeremy is the
county probation officer and Suzanne is the
Paulding County Court judge.
I was totally surprised, Judge Rister said. Everyone else in the room knew what was happening.
I was the only one at the meeting who didnt know
about the plaque until he presented it to me.
Jeremy had nominated Suzanne as a Patriotic
Employer through the Office of the Secretary
of Defense in recognition of her willingness to
allow him time off from his duties here in the
county for his obligations in the Marines.
I went online and nominated her through
the ESGR, or Employer Support of Guard and
Reserves, he said. After I sent in the nomination I figured Id get some kind of email confirmation telling me whether or not shed been
accepted. But just a week and a half after I nominated her, the plaque arrived here at the office.
I was really surprised at how quickly it came!
Jeremy began his career in county court as
a bailiff in March 2015. Hed been working
part-time as a sheriffs deputy but Judge Rister

gradually gave him more hours and stole him


away from the sheriffs department.
A heavy equipment operator in the Marine
Corps, Jeremy will leave for his second deployment in March, 2017. His first deployment was
to Afghanistan, and he says he doesnt ever
want to return to that country.
Ill be going to Honduras for six months this
time, he said. Im sure its much safer there
than it was in Afghanistan.
Hes currently serving two weeks in the Mojave Desert in California, helping to rebuild
shooting ranges, training for convoys and getting ready for his longer deployment next year.
Hell be officially discharged next September.
Jeremy adds of his boss, Shes been fully
supportive of my time in the military. I just
wanted to show her some gratitude by nominating her for this award. I was glad the plaque
arrived in time for me to present it to her before
I left for my two-week annual training.
Were happy to support our employees in
the military, said Judge Rister. Jeremy is a
hard worker and accepts responsibility for some
of our younger employees when hes asked to.
Im honored to support him and to help make
his career in the military as successful as his career here in the county.

Submitted by Ivan Woodard of Granville, Mich. who


served in the United States
military during World War
II. He is a former resident of
Paulding County. He took
an Honor Flight to view the
WWII Memorial during April.
Anticipations were in high
gear leading up to that moment of departure time early
Saturday morning, April 23.
Two weeks prior to departure,
all guardians were required to
attend a three hour orientation
meeting. No veteran was permitted to be a part of the Honor Flight without a guardian
at his side, regardless of his
physical health.
Friday evening, all veterans and guardians attended a
meet and greet dinner party
at the Wings Event Center in
Kalamazoo. This grouping included 69 veterans (one-third
WWII vets and two-thirds
Korean War veterans) and
69 guardians plus Talons Out
staff members. Following dinner, color coded jackets were
issued, WWII in dark blue,
Korean war veterans in light
blue and guardians in red.
Moving away from the terminal gate, the fire department
gave a water cannon salute
and members of the National
Guard stood at attention while
saluting. Tour busses were
waiting at Reagan International and we were soon on our
way with police escort to visit
all the war memorials.
Each memorial has a place
in the heart of all survivors
and especially the families of
those who did not return. One
of the most impressive ceremonies was the changing of
the guard at the Tomb of the
Unknown Soldier, a very solemn and respectful moment.
These guys are perhaps the
most highly disciplined of all
military personnel. Come hell
or high water, these guys never falter. Wait a minute, move
over guys, one of the guards
had a neat bun rolled up in her
hairdo.
The staff performed mail
call service while in flight returning to the Kazoo airport.
Each veteran received a packet full of letters and comments
from relatives, friends and
many unacquainted people, a
very significant act. Landing
safely, we were bushed out
and ready to go home, but
thats not all.

We were school-bussed
to the Wings Event Center
escorted by the police and
about 40 motorcycles with
the American Flag streaming
high. Here, we were again
greeted by members of the
National Guard and a line up
of 100-plus people waiting to
shake hands and repeat that
phrase, Thank you for your
service.

What was it like?


Well it was awesome, fantastic, overwhelming. Summing up the whole affair,
the most appropriate word is
PAMPER. Webster defines the
word: to treat or gratify with
extreme or excessive indulgence, kindness, or care.
An old Air Force guy who
has been there and done that Ivan Woodard.

Ivan Woodard poses in front of the Ohio pillar at the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. Now a resident of Granville, Mich., the
former Paulding County resident took an Honor Flight in April.

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

Judge Rister was recently presented a plaque for her support of the National Guard and Reserve Forces.

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12A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 22, 2016

PAULDING PROGRESS

SCHOOL ZONE

Thank You, PTO! Grover Hill Elementary Students would like to say a huge thank you to the
PTO for spoiling everyone during lunch Friday. Each student received a bowl of ice cream, and
a choice of syrup and sprinkles. Everyone loved the ice cream.

On Wednesday, May 18, the last day of school,


Antwerp Elementary School held its awards ceremony to recognize students for their academic, leadership, physical fitness, citizenship, and attendance
accomplishments this school year. Fourth grader Nathan Dzib receives the American Citizenship
Award for going above and beyond this school year
to help his teachers and classmates.

During the last week of school, students at Antwerp Elementary School participated in a field day. During the event,
which is organized by physical education
teacher Scott McMichael and supported
by the PTO, students burned off end-ofthe-school-year energy as they jumped
rope, raced, tried the hoola hoop, played
dodgeball, and more. Here, second grader
Zaine McMichael competes in a sack race
as kindergarten student Taylor Lockhart
tries to catch up to him.

Wayne Trace Payne Elementary students were treated to an on-site field trip to celebrate earning Raider Pride awards for the school year. The D.J
Zeedyk Miniature Animal farm brought miniature horses, goats and alpacas to Payne Elementary on May 16.

Recently the Antwerp High School yearbook staff and broadcast journalism class submitted
Mrs. McMichaels kindergarten class at Antwerp Elementary School have been learning about
entries
in the Ball State J-Day (Journalism Day) contest, which recognizes high schools for their
the past. To help with this, they held a Kindergarten Antiques Road Show. Pictured with their
valuable work in the field of journalism. For its 2014-2015 yearbook, the yearbook staff received a
antiques are Noah Lucas, Clara Rohrs, Taylor Hogans, and Logan Breckler.
Superior ranking for Yearbook Overall and an Honorable Mention nod for its chronological design.
These yearbook students received individual awards as well: Mikayla Boesch, Superior for Senior
Ad Design; Becca Johanns, Excellent for Feature Photo; Annie Miesle and Brittany Smith, Honorable
Mentions for Feature Photo; Annie Miesle, Excellent for Sports Photo; and Kirsten Price, Honorable
Mention for Sports Photo. Junior Becca Johanns Excellent Feature Photo of senior Annie Miesle
laughing after she pies Mrs. Sorrell in the face at the homecoming pep rally.

Sixty-five Wayne Trace junior high students recently spent the day at the ballpark courtesy of the Ft. Wayne Tin Caps. These students were eligible due to meeting the following criteria: No
late homeworks, no discipline referrals, no tardies, no attendance issues, and good grades!!! Way to go Raiders, and Thanks to the Tin Caps!!!

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Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 13A

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14A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 22, 2016

New chickens at Our Little Acre Join Niswonger On the Road!


When I clamored for chickens for three years before we
actually got some, one of the
arguments my husband had
against them was that no matter how much I assured him
that I would take care of them
(or at least help take care of
them), he knew the job would
fall on him. Eventually.
Man, I hate it when hes
right. I did really well for a year
and then I had to go on some
trips. He gladly took over, but
of course he assumed I would
pick up with things when I got
home. But it was winter and I
hate cold. Hes a good man.
But even before that, he admitted that they werent really
hard to take care of and he
liked watching them with all
their quirky ways. Hed pull
chickweed and clover from the
yard and feed them through the
covered run. It wasnt long before I heard him telling other
people about our hens, which
is saying something because
hes a man of few words.
We started out with eight and
of course I had to give them
names. Layla, Goldie, and Miss
Landers were the Buff Orpingtons, and Violet, Bianca, Patty,
Pippa, and Olivia were the Silver-Laced Wyandottes. We lost
three over the course of the four
years we had them, due to unknown causes.
The reason we got chickens
in the first place was for the
eggs, so when our first batch
became lazy layers, we decided
to pass them on to a local who
was happy to take them, and get
new ones this spring.
There was a little bit of a discussion about whether or not
wed get any at all when the
time came, but we did already
have a coop, which my husband
built, and we couldnt have an
empty coop, now could we?
And there was the matter of
fresh eggs. Discussion over.
We got our new chicks on
Easter Sunday, and while they
werent as young as our first
ones, they still were too small
to put in the coop, plus we had
some cold weather after that.
They stayed in the greenhouse
for about a month and then
they went to the coop.
This time, I wanted more
of a variety of breeds, so we
chose two Black Australorps,

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Just a couple of months ago, our hens were cute little chicks.
Heres their baby picture! Now theyre almost through that gawky
teenage stage where they have mostly feathers, but still a little
fuzz here and there.

In the Garden

By Kylee Baumle

one Buff Orpington, two


Americaunas, one ISA Brown,
one Rhode Island Red, and
one Leghorn. Im looking forward to those blue eggs from
the Americaunas.
Only four of them have
names so far: Buffy (guess
which one that is), Rosie,
Ruby, and Owl. Two-year-old
grandson Anthony named the
Leghorn Owl simply because he loves owls. Oh well,
theyre both birds, right?
Even though we both agreed
that chickens are super easy to
take care of, it seems easier
this time around, for some reason. I suppose weve learned
a thing or two along the way
about their habits and behavior. Ive got friends who have
some disease and predator issues with their hens, but weve
been very fortunate so far to
not have to deal with that.
Are you thinking of getting
chickens? More people are
these days. Before you do,
consider these things:
Where will you keep
them?
How will you keep them
relatively safe from predators?

Who will be responsible


for their care?
How many can you reasonably house and care for?
What kinds will you get?
Why do you really want
them?
The last question is probably the most important to
think about, as the other ones
are pretty straightforward. If
youre determined to have
hens, do your research first.
There are several websites devoted to chickens that will answer your questions, such as
backyardchickens.com. And
what may be most helpful of
all, talk with other chicken
owners and let them share
their experience.
To be honest, I cant imagine not having hens now that
weve had them here. Selfishly, I value them most for
the eggs they provide, but
since ours arent old enough
to lay yet, were just enjoying getting to know them until
they do.
Read more at Kylees blog,
Our Little Acre, at www.
ourlittleacre.com and on
Facebook at www.facebook.
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at PauldingProgressGardener@
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Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 1B

Summer on the

ROAD

A Special Section to The Paulding County Progress

Summer time travels; is your vehicle ready?


By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
Many have taken summer
vacations already or are making plans to go real soon. Often
times, the planning the trip can
be almost as exciting as the trip
itself. Especially if you are a
planner. However, one part of
the plan, when considering a
long trip in the family vehicle,
is making sure it is as ready to
go to the lake, museum or park
as much as you are ready.
Summers heat, dust and
stop-and-go traffic will take
their toll on your vehicle.
Add the effects of last winter,
and you could be poised for a
breakdown. You can lessen
the odds of mechanical failure
through periodic maintenance.
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skilled auto technician. But the
investment of time and dollars
to make sure these tips are followed through before packing
the buggy and heading out will
be worth it all and will hopefully avoid any kind of problems.
Air Conditioning. A marginally operating system will
fail in hot weather. Have the
system examined by a qualified technician. Newer models
have cabin air filters that clean
the air entering the heating and
air conditioning system. Check
your owners manual for location and replacement interval.
Cooling System: The
greatest cause of summer
breakdowns is overheating.
The cooling system should be

completely flushed and refilled


about every 24 months. The
level, condition, and concentration of the coolant should be
checked periodically. (A 50/50
mix of antifreeze and water is
usually recommended.) Those
do-it-yourselfers need to remember, never remove the radiator cap until the engine has
thoroughly cooled! The tightness and condition of drive
belts, clamps, and hoses should
be checked by a pro.
Oil: Change your oil and
oil filter as specified in your
manual more often (every
3,000 miles) if you make frequent short jaunts, extended
trips with lots of luggage, or
tow a trailer.
Engine Performance:
Replace other filters (air, fuel,

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Get engine drive-ability problems (hard starts, rough idling,
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Windshield Wipers: A
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fatigue and can pose a safety
hazard. Replace worn blades
and get plenty of windshield
washer solvent.
Lights: Inspect all lights
and bulbs; replace burned out
bulbs; periodically clean dirt
and insects from all lenses. To
prevent scratching, never use a
dry rag.
Tires: Have your tires rotated about every 5,000 miles.
Check tire pressures once
a month; check them while
theyre cold before driving for

any distance. Dont forget to


check your spare as well and
be sure the jack is in good condition. Examine tires for tread
life, uneven wearing, and cupping; check the sidewalls for
cuts and nicks. An alignment
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pulls to one side.
Brakes: Inspection of
your brakes as recommended
in your manual is very important. When noticing pulsations,
grabbing, noises, or longer
stopping distance have them
checked as soon as possible..
Minor brake problems should
be corrected promptly.
Battery: Batteries can
fail any time of year. The only
accurate way to detect a weak
battery is with professional

equipment.
Routine care: Scrape
away corrosion from posts
and cable connections; clean
all surfaces; re-tighten all connections. If battery caps are removable, check the fluid level
monthly. Avoid contact with
corrosive deposits and battery
acid. Wear eye protection and
rubber gloves.
Emergencies: Carry some
basic tools ask a technician
for suggestions. Also include a
first aid kit, flares, and a flashlight.
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Q&A

with local car care specialists

Nathan Nutter and Chad Sands from Integrity Ford.

Dave Albert of Albert Automotive.

Staff Photo/Paulding County Progress

Staff Photo/Paulding County Progress

By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
PAULDING When it
comes to asking your friendly
auto mechanic, service manager, or auto repair shop questions about your vehicle and
a certain repair, they always
have a helpful answer.
Recently, I visited three
such places locally and received helpful information
from a wide-range of questions asked. I want to thank
service manager John Smith
and Bill Ankney from Paulding Auto Group Service Center, Dave Albert, owner of Albert Automotive, and Nathan
Nutter, service manager from
Integrity Ford, for their time
and professionalism in answering the questions placed
before them.
What are the most popular repair being seen today
at your shop?
Auto Group: Tires and
worn out brakes are the routine repairs and the major
repair is the air conditioning
and cooling system.
Albert: Brakes and wheel
bearings. With the higher
temperatures outside, and
brake pads are a little thin, the
brakes heat up and eventually
cause problems.
Another problem we are
seeing more often is rusted
brake lines as well as rusted-out fuel lines. Most of
those types of problems are
the result of the chemicals
used on the roads in the winter months.
When it comes to repairs
what do people neglect the
most?
Auto Group: Oil changes.
Newer cars have the oil life
index that is very helpful and
should be followed closely.
Integrity: People understand the importance of oil
changes but all the fluids are
important and need to be
checked and topped off.
Albert: Check engine
light. Anti-lock brakes (ABS)
light, and tires. People may
not know it, but we see tires
that have cracks in them and
even dry-rot.
You are going on a vacation and your car has 50,000

miles on it what are the


three or four things things
to do to insure the vehicle is
vacation ready?
Auto Group: We have
a safety inspection list that
we go through that includes
lights, belts, hoses, brakes,
exhaust, tire pressure, and
topping off the fluids.
You are going to be traveling thousands of miles in a
vehicle that has over 150,000
miles on it. What do you
suggest the owner needs to
do to make ready to hit the
road?
Albert: We actually see
a lot of cars that come in
for maintenance work with
200,000 miles or more. On a
long trip, I would inspect the
tie rod ends and ball joints
because if they breakdown
you are looking at a tow. Other than that, I would inspect
the tires, brakes, anti-freeze
level, transmission and differential fluids, suspension
and charging system. If there
is an issue with any of those,
I would certainly get them
fixed in your hometown and
not when youre many miles
from home.
What is a misconception
about bringing your vehicle
to a repair shop?
Auto Group: Trusting
those who do the work. We
have many repeat customers because they know John
(Smith). They know he is fair
and honest and our prices are
reasonable.
What should a person
never attempt to fix themselves?
Integrity: With todays
new cars, I would say it would
be anything to do with the
computer and thats just about
everything.
Your car has 100,000plus miles on it. What are
three or four things a person
should do to keep it in tiptop running order?
Integrity: It varies from
car to car but with that number of miles the two major
concerns would be a tune-up

and transmission services


along with a regular maintenance program.
Youre driving down the
interstate on a Sunday afternoon and you are 500 miles
from home. The check engine light comes on what
do you do?
Integrity: Thats a tough
one because if the car is running good, you have a tendency to want to continue your
trip. The best advice would be
to stop driving it and have it
checked out by a professional
(probably the next day). The
inconvenience is not what
you were expecting, but better
safe than sorry.
With many of the Paulding village streets in disrepair, from experience my
car has been and continues
to take a beating when driving around town. Have you
seen an increase in front end
repairs?
Integrity: There has been
an increase. We have had
more repairs dealing with
loose ball joints and suspension issues.
When purchasing new
tires what are people concerned about?
Albert: Its about price
and tire mileage. I always ask
the customer what their price
range is and how many miles
they are looking for. I recommend a tire with a 60-65,000
mile warranty. Often times
the customer is interested
in tread patterns. Today, the
brand of tire is not as important as it was years ago.
Directional tires are also
something people need to be
aware of when looking for
new tires. A directional tire
that is designed for the front
end (drivers side), when rotated, is best suited to be placed
on the same side at the rear.
If that tire is placed on the
passenger side, the tire tread
that is best suited to move in
a forward direction would be
moving in the opposite and
therefore the tire would not be
performing at its best.

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How do you find a


mechanic you can trust?

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Deciphering your cars


check engine light
By John Nielson
National Director of Auto
Repair for NewsUS
Many drivers dont know
what the check engine or
service engine soon warning
light on the instrument panel
really means. Understanding
the purpose of this light, and
knowing what actions to take
when it comes on, can help
you nip problems in the bud
and possibly prevent major
damage.
An illuminated check engine light is telling you the
engine control computer has
detected a problem that is
causing the vehicle to produce
excessive exhaust emissions.
Sometimes the light will be
accompanied by noticeable
performance problems, such
as an engine miss or hesitation, but other times the vehicle will appear to operate normally. Common failures that
can trigger a check engine
light include:
Failed
engine-control
components such as an oxygen, coolant temperature,
MAP (manifold absolute pressure) or airflow sensor.

Engine misfires from


faulty sparkplugs, sparkplug
wires, ignition components,
fuel injectors or other fuel system parts.
Emission-control failures
such as loose or cracked vacuum hoses, a loose or missing
gas cap or a defective EGR
(exhaust gas recirculation)
valve.
How you should react to a
check engine light depends
on how the light behaves. If
the light comes on for a little
while and then goes out, you
may have had a momentary
problem in the system. The
light goes out when the problem stops, but the computer
could have stored a diagnostic
trouble code in its memory. If
the light does not recur, it can
be ignored. However, if the
light comes and goes intermittently, take the vehicle in for a
checkup.
If the light comes on and
stays on, the car has an ongoing problem. While that problem may not be severe, it will
negatively impact your cars
performance, gas mileage
and exhaust emissions. Take

By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
There is something wrong
with your vehicle. There is an
unfamiliar sound. The engine
is running sluggish. When
you start it up, it makes a
sound thats a little scary, but
it doesnt happen all the time.
All you know for sure is that
you are not a mechanic but you
desperately need one. Where
do you go? Who do you trust?
Sometimes the feeling of taking your car to the mechanic
is more stressful than going
to the dentist. So how do you
determine a trustworthy mechanic?
When youre spending
your hard earned money on
a repair, it pays to have an
auto mechanic that you trust.
Obviously, every mechanic
is out there trying to earn a
living through their work
youre going to pay for labor
and for parts, too. What really sets the trustworthy mechanics apart are the ones that
quote you reasonable and fair
prices, work on your vehicle
in an ethical and fair manner
(meaning they fix what they
say theyre going to fix), and
are careful about preventative
measures to ensure you dont
run into additional problems
down the road.
But how do you find a mechanic like that, particularly if
youre new in an area? Its not
a particularly easy task. But
there are some tips to consider
when finding a great mechanic
- one you can trust.
1. Hit your social network
for suggestions and for
places to avoid.
This is one of the areas
where ones personal network can really come through.
Reach out to as many people
as you can in your area and
ask for mechanic recommendations both positive and
negative.
Look for multiple positive
recommendations for a place

your vehicle to a repair shop


as soon as possible for further
diagnosis.
If the check engine light
begins to flash on and off, a
severe problem is causing the
catalytic converter to overheat. This can destroy the converter and possibly even start
a fire. If your repair shop is
nearby, drive there immediately. If the shop is some distance
away, shut off the car and call
for assistance. Always have
the cause of a flashing check
engine light investigated
right away to prevent damage
to important components that
can greatly increase the cost of
repairs.
AAA Approved Auto Repair facilities can diagnose
check engine light problems
and provide a full range of vehicle maintenance and repair
services. Approved Auto Repair shops meet AAAs high
standards for customer care
and technical proficiency. To
locate a shop near you, look
Come summertime, people
for the AAA Approved Auto
Repair logo or visit www. anticipate spending plenty of
time outdoors enjoying the
AAA.com/repair.
warm weather and taking in
the scenery. In addition to
lazy days spent at the beach or
around the pool, summer is a
great season for road trips and
other weekend getaways.
swer a call.
While many people look
Leave your phone at home forward to the sunshine and
on short trips and give your- heat of summer, extreme
self a break from screen time. weather can be problematic
Set up an automatically for vehicles. The insurance
generated text message that quote service Insuramatch
indicates you are driving. says the warmer season can
Other apps will read out texts take its toll on car paint and
to you or block incoming calls mechanical components can
bake under the glaring sun
or texts altogether.
and heat. Furthermore, tem Turn off notifications so peratures can quickly escalate
you will not be tempted to inside the vehicle, potentiallook at your phone each time ly damaging upholstery and
theres a new pop-up or sound. anything else inside.
Remember, any texts can
Avoid the sun as much as
wait until you pull over, park possible
or arrive at your destination.
Protecting your vehicle
means keeping it out of the
heat and sunlight when it is
not in use. At home, park it
inside of the garage or under
a carport. When shopping
or running errands, attempt

likely than normal to be in a


car crash.
Among drivers between
the ages of 18 and 20 involved
in car accidents in the United
States, 13 percent admitted
to texting or talking on their
phones at the times of their
crashes.
The National Safety Council reports that cell phone use
while driving leads to around
1.6 million crashes each year,
with nearly 330,000 injuries
occurring from such accidents.
Cell phone usage while
driving can delay a drivers
reaction time as much as having a blood alcohol concentration at the legal limit.
Although the majority of
drivers support a ban on texting while driving, many still
continue to do it. The single
best way to prevent driving
accidents and fatalities related to mobile phone usage is to
put the phone down.
Consider the following
suggestions to help you avoid
looking at your phone while
behind the wheel.
Keep your phone in a
purse or in a bag in the back
seat so that it is not readily accessible while driving. Many
cars now have Bluetooth-enabled hands-free dialing and Texting while among friends
calling. So you do not need to may be rude, but texting while
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gies List, etc.): Are the reports


about the shop online largely
positive? Ignore a negative
outlier or two there are a lot
of people who post negative
reports online in order to discredit competition or because
they have their own personal
axe to grind.
Clean Better Business Bureau bill of health: The BBB is
itself a mixed bag, but if there
are a lot of outstanding claims
against a business, its usually
a sign that theres something
amiss. Give your local branch
a ring before jumping in with
a mechanic.
3. When you have a minor
repair, get a lot of estimates.
Once youve filtered out most
of the also-rans, you can get
down to the real business of
finding a solid mechanic for
you. The best time to do this
is with an upcoming repair
job one where you can still
safely drive your vehicle for
the time being but the issue is
severe enough that you need to
get work done soon. You have
some time to get several estimates, but the job is actually
an important one.
Dont just settle with the estimate from the first place that
you go. Always get at least
three estimates in as much
detail as possible, preferably
from the three best places
from your previous search for
a good mechanic. Ask questions about the estimates and
also about the actual service
you would receive.
Some key things to compare
include part prices, work guarantees, and the willingness of
the staff to explain to you what
your estimate means and answer the questions you have.
Using these techniques can
help find a good mechanic
in our local area and once
you find that mechanic then
chances are you will stick with
him for a while.

Prevent summer sun and


heat damage to your vehicle

Distracted driving a real threat


Because they enable people
to make calls or send messages from just about anywhere,
mobile phones can be great
conveniences. But they also
can be annoying when conversations, texting or perusing the Internet gets in the
way of proper etiquette.
Talking loudly in public areas, texting when in the middle of a face-to-face conversation or sharing personal details in public are not just bad
manners, but such behaviors
also can be unsafe. Poor mobile phone etiquette is cause
for some concern, but there
is great cause for concern for
people who find themselves
routinely distracted by their
mobile phones while driving or operating equipment.
Using a mobile phone when
driving greatly increases a
persons risk of getting into an
accident. Distracted driving
has become something of an
epidemic, as the following figures, courtesy of Dont Text
and Drive, illustrate.
Texting or doing something on your phone can distract drivers for as long as five
seconds. If youre traveling
at 55 miles per hour, that is
the equivalent of driving the
length of a football field without looking at the road.
Texting while driving
makes you 23 times more

without any negatives. When


you hear that, you can usually
be at least somewhat confident that the place has built a
positive reputation over time
which means that their work
quality has at least some merit.
2. Figure out what criteria
are important to you and
use those as a checklist before you even go in the door.
Remember, not everyone
will have the same needs from
an auto repair shop. For example, if you have an extremely
flexible schedule, the actual
shop hours arent that big of
a deal. Similarly, if you are
already pretty familiar with
the inner workings of a car
and mostly just dont have
the equipment or the time to
replace an oil filter (for example), you dont need a mechanic that can effectively explain the repairs needed.
Here are some things to consider when selecting a good
mechanic at a reputable repair
shop. Some of these may be
more important than others but
consider the ones that pertain
to your situation.
Hours of operation: Is
the shop open when I need it
to be to pick up my car? Does
it open early enough in the
morning, close late enough at
night, or have weekend hours?
AAA accreditation: This
is useful to know in general,
but is of particular importance
if you happen to be an AAA
member.
ASE certification: ASE
certification is mostly just a
guarantee that the mechanics
in the shop have been exposed
to the ASE training material. It
is never a guarantee that a mechanic is a good mechanic, although most mechanics worth
their salt tend to have them
simply because its easy for a
good one to get as they already
know their stuff, like passing a
test that youve been studying
for for a while already.
Good online reports (An-

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to find parking spaces in the


shade or in a covered parking enclosure. Try to run the
bulk of your errands during
the early morning or evening
hours when the sun will not
be as glaring.
Wax more often
Try to wax your car after
every wash. A good layer of
wax can protect a vehicles
paint from dirt, debris and
the suns rays. Remember,
premium waxes do not necessarily work any better than
less expensive waxes, but the
type of formulation (liquid,
paste and spray) may affect
application and how long each
application lasts. Consumer
Reports found that paste waxes are easier to use than liquid
waxes, though liquid waxes
cleaned the best. Spray waxes
were the easiest to use and left
the fewest stains on plastic
parts, but they didnt last as
long as other waxes.
Clean out your stuff
The heat can cause items
inside vehicles to melt or
explode. Depending on the
product, a lot of staining or

damage can occur if items


melt or explode inside a car.
Wax-based products can be
particularly harmful. Be wary
of leaving lipstick, crayons,
candles, lip balms, sunscreen,
and lotions inside vehicles on
hot days. In addition, remove
canned carbonated beverages
and other canned items to reduce likelihood of spills.
Use visors and car covers
If you cannot keep your vehicle parked in shady areas, do
what you can to reduce direct
heat and sunlight exposure.
Covers can protect against
UV rays and any sap or bird
droppings that may fall on the
vehicle. Place reflective visors
on the windshield to redirect
sunlight so it doesnt turn the
inside of the car into an oven.
Keeping the windows open
slightly also can keep the air
in cars fresh.
While drivers are protecting their cars, they should
also protect themselves, passengers and pets. Never leave
a person or animal unattended
in a hot car, even for a short
time.

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FOCUS SES leather, TS, CC, AC, Bose stereo,
full ACCENT
power, TS,GLS
CC, AC,
cloth,
15mi.,whs.
2005 HYUNDAI
1999 LINCOLN
TOWN
CAR
Only
126,401
2.0L
4 cyl., AT, front
CHEVY
graphics,
new
tires.
P/moonroof,
lights, IMPALA
alloy whs.LS
1.6L 4 cyl., AT, front side air bags,
Only 103,704 mi., 4.6L V8, full power,
2008
FORD
FOCUS
SES
1995 PONTIAC
GR PRIX
SE 2005fog

Burlwood
grain, fro
titanium interior trim,
Bose
w/navi.,
P/
MAY
2016
side and rear air bags,
ice blue dash, full 3800 V6, AT, full power, heated
leather,
P/
2005
ACCENT
GLS
BUYING
NEW*leather,
#A-8-445449
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Heated
$10,900
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PS,HYUNDAI
PW, PL, PM, TS,
CC,
P/tilt,
tan heated/c
moonroof,
18 wheels.
Only 126,401 mi., 2.0L 4 cyl., AT, front
2005 CHEVY
IMPALA
LS *JUST

$17,900

1999
LINCOLN
TOWN
CAR
heated
leather,
Alpine stereo,
dual climate
Only 103,704
mi., 4.6L
V8, full
control,
P/moonroof,
keyless,
16 power,
whs.

heated leather, Alpine stereo, dual


climate
#A-10-445449
control, P/moonroof, keyless, 16 whs.

$4,495
$8,900

2008 INFINITI
G35ABS,
JOURNEY
DAY
CD,MEMORIAL
cloth,
keyless.
2005 LINC
Only 129,940 Miles! Heated leather,
2008 INFINITI G35 JOURNEY

#A-10-445449

$8,900
$8,900

AT, full pwr, tilt


cruise, ac,
cloth, ABS,
power, 3.1
CD,V-6,
P/moonroof,
keyless
entry,
moonroof, ABS, rear spoiler, new tires.
Bur
titanium interior trim, Bose w/navi.,
P/ P/moonro
stereo,
side and
rearnew
air
bags,
ice blue dash, full 3800 V6, AT, full power, heated
leather,
P/
*1-OWNER/CARFAX/TEXAS
brand
tires.
alloy
wheels
#A-11-445429
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moonroof,OWNED*
18
wheels.
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side air bags,
CD,AT,
new
tires.
PS, PW, PL, PM, TS, CC,
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$9,900 $2,895

445449KIHM-2
power, CD, P/moonroof,
keyless
entry,
moonroof,
ABS, rear spoiler, new tires.
2007
CHRYSLER
PACIFICA
2009
CHEVY
HHRstC
2101
W.
2006 BUICK RENDEZVOUS
CX
* JUST
IN * TOURING
*1-OWNER/CARFAX/TEXAS
OWNED*
brandTRADED
new tires.
PANEL
WAGON
3.5L
V6,
dual
front,
side
air
bags,
BUY RIGHT3.5L
AUTO
SALES,
$5,890
V6, dual front
and side air bags, INC
Only 89,000 mi.,
1-owner, clean C
$7,500
$8,500
$10,900
burlwood trim,$10,900
full$5,495
power, CD, AC, 3rd

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$9,900

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$10,900
$14,495

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CLOSED
2007
DODGE RAM 1500 CREW CAB 4X4

5.3L Vortec V8, AT, front/side/rear air bags, TS, CC, dual climate
3.6L Flex fuel V6, silver faced gauges, full power, TS, CC, dual heat/AC,
V8, AT, white faced gauges, charcoal cloth, full power, 2005
TS, CC,
FORD F
2005
BUICK
LACROSSE
2010driver
HONDA
CIVICcenter,
LX CD, keyless,
2008 CHEVY
2009 TOYOTA
CAMRY
MEMORIAL
DAY
2004
FORD
control,
information
tow pkg., 17
whs. LE
rear DVDV6,
w/headphones,
rear MALIBU
buckets, 3rdLT
row, keyless
brand
new
tires.3800
AC,
overhead console,
BighornF150
ed., 4FX4
wh. ABS, 20 whs.
4
Only
80,321
mi.,
V6,
tilt,CD,
cruise,
Only 112,278 mi., 1.8L 4 cyl., AT, front/
full power, TS, CC, AC, suede/leather
Only 95,108 mi., 4 cyl., automatic, full

2010FORD
CHEVY
SILVERADO
CREW CAB
Z
200
*1-OWNER,
CLEAN
CARFAX*
7,500
MILE
WARRANTY*
HORNY
IS V8,
READY*
2008
EXPEDITION
LIMITED
MAY
30, *BIG
2016
2005
BUICK LACROSSE
2006
CHRYSLER
300
TOURING
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2010
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2008
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2009 TOYOTA CAMRY LE *FREE
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FORD
F150ELair
FX4
2010CHEVY
CHEVY MALIBU
LSLT
5.3L Vortec
AT, front/side/rear
bags, TS, CC, dua
80,321 mi.,SES
3800 V6, tilt, cruise,
FORDOnly
FOCUS
Only 112,278 mi., 1.8L 4 cyl., AT, front/
V6, full power, TS, CC, AC,2008
suede/leather
Only 95,108 mi., 4 cyl., automatic, full
5.4L Triton V8, AT, PW, PL, PM, ice cold
side/rear air bags, LCD dash, TS, CC, AC,
full power, cloth, TW, keyless entry.

power, tilt, cruise, air, CD,


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5.4L Triton V8, AT, PW, PL, PM, ice cold


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and tires.

air, CD, full power, cloth, tinted windows,


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keyless
entry, new tires.

Only 122,165 mi., 5


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TS, CC, AC, cloth

2005 HYUNDAI ACCENT GLS Only 126,401 mi., 2.0L 4 cyl., AT, front
1999 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
power, tilt, cruise, air, CD, cloth, ABS,
445449KIHM-2
2005
CHEVY
IMPALABlvd.,
LS
vd.,
Fort
Wayne,
46808*
1.6L 4 cyl.,
2101
W.
Coliseum
F
tinted windows, keyless,
brandAT,
newfront
tires. side air bags,
Only 103,704
mi., 4.6L V8,IN
full power,
side
and
rear
air
bags,
ice
blue
dash,
full
3800
V6,
AT,
full
power,
heated
P/ audi
climate leather,
control,
premium
$6,495
$5,900
$7,900
$9,900
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tan
heated/cooling
leather,
Sony
$10,495
$9,900
$6,495
$7,500
$7,500
moonroof,
18
wheels.
heated RIGHT
leather, Alpine
stereo, dual
climate
BUY
AUTO
SALES,
INCPS, PW, PL, PM, TS, CC,
P/moonroof,
keyless,
chrome
w
stereo, P/moonroof,
brand new
tires.rear spoiler, new tires.
power, CD,
P/moonroof,
keyless entry,
moonroof,
ABS,
CHERYL
WALLS
(CKW) OWNED*
*1-OWNER/CARFAX/TEXAS
new tires.
#A-12-445429
Only 80k miles! 3.5 V-6, htd leather, Infiniti
stereo,
side/rear
airrear
bags,
LCD
dash,
TS,Grill,
CC,20
AC,
p/moonroof,
DVD,
keyless,
Bently
full power, chrome
cloth, TW,
keyless entry.
wheels
#A-12-445429

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16 whs.
$11,900

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ES, INC

5.4driver
V8,
Full
Pwr,
w/ma
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information
center,Leather,
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tow pkg.,
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CC, AC,
air,JOURNEY
CD, full
power, cloth,
tinted windows,
Only
2006
CHEVY
MALIBU
MAXX
heated seats, premium audio
w/steering
THX
Stereo,
Nav.
P/moonroof,
Rear
Buckets,
AC,
Supercab,
new
dual
exhaust
2005
LINCOLN
LS
V6
Only
129,940
Miles! Heated leather,
Cloth,
TW,
Premium
Audio,
ABS,
New
Tires
CHERYL
WALLS
(CKW)
*1-OWNER,
CLEAN
CARFAX*
keyless
new tires.
TS
3.5L
V6,
AT, suede/heated
leather
controls, TW, remote start,
new
tires.trim, Bose w/navi.,
DVD,
3rd Row, Chrome
Wheels
w/new Tires.
Burlwood
grain, front
and side
air bags,
and
tires.
titanium
interior
P/ entry,
#A-3-445308
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$17,900
brand$6,900
new tires.
$7,500

AC, CD, new tires.

$8,900
$9,900

#A-9-445429
$7,500
$7,500

#A-10-445449

#A-3-445308

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$6,495 $10,900
#A-11-445429
$3,495
$10,495
#A-23-445429

#A-22-445429

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$10,900
$2,900
CLOSED
2004 DOD
$7,500
HYUNDAI
VERACRUZ
$8,900
$9,900
2004
CHEVY TRAILBLAZER 4X4 2007
2003
GMC
YUKON
XL$8,500
4X4
2005 GMC ENVOY XL 4X4
3.8L V6, front/side/rear air bags,
CREW C
2002
CHEVY
2500HD
4X4
MEMORIAL
DAY
Inline 6 cyl., P/seat, full power, tilt, cruise,
5.3L
V8,
AT,
31
setting
Bose,
heated
Inline
6
cyl.,
burlwood
trim,
31
setting
full power, tilt, cruise, air, 3rd row,
2007
CHRYSLER
PACIFICA
Only 106,642 mi.! 3.
2009
CHEVY
HHR
6.0L Vortec V8,
AT, TS,CHRYSLER
CC, full power, ice PACIFICA
2007
AC,
cloth, P/moonroof,
3rd row, keyless,
leather,
P/moonroof,
8
pass.,
3rd
row,
Bose,
heated
leather,
P/moonroof,
keyless
entry.
2004
CHEVY
TAHOE
Z71
2006
BUICK
RENDEZVOUS
CX
200
power, TS,CARAV
CC,
AC,
ND CARAVAN MAINSTREET
2007 DODGE
RAM
1500 CREW
CAB
4X4
cold AC, CAB
cloth, LS
pkg.,LT
QuadTOURING
Cab,
short
bed,
2010
CHEVY
CREW
Z71
2011
DODGE
GRAND
HYUNDAI
VERACRUZ
17 wheels.
chrome
whs. w/new
tires.
3rdWAGON
row,
chrome SILVERADO
whs.
30,XL2016
2002
CHEVY
SUBURBAN
Z-71
TOURING
PANEL
MERCURY
GR.fuel
MARQUIS
1-866-912-9861
Ram graph
CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER
4X4 faced2007
GMC YUKON
4X4
2005
ENVOY XL
4X4
*2-OWNER*
ed gauges,2004
full power,
TS, CC, dual
heat/AC,
V8, AT, white
gauges,
charcoal
cloth,V6,
full power,
TS,
CC, side2003
chrome
whs. heated
5.3L
V8,
dual
leather,
5.3L
VortecGMC
V8,
AT, front/side/rear
air bags,
TS, Vortec
CC,1999
dual
climate
3.6L Flex
V6, silverBose
facedLS
gauges,
full p
3.5L
dual
front,
airMAY
bags,
3.8L V6,
front/side/rear
air
bags,

#B-18-445449
2005
FORD
F150
LONG
BED
3.5L
V6,
front
and
sideIceair
bags,
2002
CHEVY
2500HD
4X4
5.3
Vortec
V-8,
full
tilt,Only
cruise,
ac,
leather,
bur
V6,
dual
front
and
side
air bags,
4.6L
V-8,
AT,dual
Full
Pwr,
Tilt,
Cruise,
Cold
AC,buckets,
cyl.,
P/seat,
full
power,
tilt,
cruise,
5.3L
V8,
AT,
31pwr,
setting
Bose,
heated
InlineFX4
6 cyl.,
burlwood
trim, CD,
31 setting
89,000
mi.,F150
1-owner,
clean
CarFax,
ar buckets,Inline
3rd 3.5L
row,6 keyless
brand
new
tires.
AC,
CD,
overhead
console,
Bighorn
ed., 4 wh.
ABS,
whs.
1997
GMC
SIERRA
1500
control,
driver
information
center,
keyless, w/31
tow pkg.,
17
whs.
rear
DVD
w/headphones,
rear
3rd
2004
FORD
stereo
settings,
P/moonroof,
buckets,
full power,
tilt, cruise,
air,
3rd20
row,
burlwood
trim,
full
power,
CD,
AC,
3rd
heated
leather,
Infinity
stereo,
P/
Onl
4X4
6.0L
Vortec
V8,
AT,
TS,
CC, rear
full
power,
iceP/steering,
p/moonroof,
rear buckets,
3rd row,
cloth,
P/moonroof,
3rd
row, keyless,
leather,
P/moonroof,
8 pass.,
3rd
row,
Bose,
heated
leather,
P/moonroof,
5.7L
Vortec
350
V8,
AT
Leather,
ABS,
TW,
Alloy
Wheels.
5.4L
Triton
V8,
AT,
PW,
PL,
PM,
ice
cold
heated
leather,
Infinity
stereo,
P/
4
cyl.,
AT,
full
power,
TS,
CC,
AC,
CD,
keyless
entry.
00 MILEAC,
WARRANTY*
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HORNY
IS
READY*
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CARFAX*
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MILE
W
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moonroof,
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row,
alloy
wheels.
3rd
row,
2010
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chrome
polished
whs.
#T-17-445429
row,
keyless
Only
122,165
mi.,
5.4L
V8,
AT,
full
power,
#SUV-15-445365
po
cold
AC,
cloth,
LS
pkg.,
Quad
Cab,
short
bed,
seating, cloth, TS, CC, AC, CD
17 wheels.
whs.
w/new
3rd row,
chrome whs.
Supercab,
new dualkeyless
exhaust
brand
new
tiresAC,tires.
$10,900
$8,500
$9,900chrome
$14,900
$8,900
$
moonroof,
3rd row, alloy
wheels.
trac.
control,
entry.
* JUST
TRADED
IN 4* wh.
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*2-OWNER*
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SL
pkg.,
ABS,
short bed
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$8,500
$15,900
$10,900

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$8,900$6,900
$10,900

2010 HONDA CIVIC LX

$17,900
$9,900
$10,900

2009 TOYOTA CAMRY LE

SOLD

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$6,495 $10,900
$14,900
$9,900 $7,500
#T-16-445449

SOLD

$5,895
$10,495

2008 CHEVY MALIBU LT

Only
112,278
mi.,CAB
1.8LDRW
4 cyl.,
V6, full
TS, CC, AC, suede/leather
Only 95,108 mi., 4 cyl.,
automatic,
2002
FORD
F350CLOSED
CREW
2WD AT, front/
2002
DODGE full
RAM 1500
4X4power,
2003 CHEVY 1500 Z71
2006premium
CHEVY 1500
CREW
CAB Z71
side/rear
air bags,
LCDAT,dash,
heated seats,
audio
w/steering
power,
tilt, cruise,
air, CD,
cloth,
7.3L Power Stroke
turbo diesel,
heated TS, CC,
1-owner,
5.9LABS,
V8, AT, TS, manual
5.3LAC,
V8, AT, full
power, Bose
w/31
5.3L V8, full power, TS, CC, ice cold AC, Bose
leather,full
full power,
power, TS, cloth,
CC, ice cold
AC,
keyless,
options,
CD,
ice
cold
AC,
Crew
Cab,
Ram
settings,
TS,
CC,
AC,
Quad
Cab,
short
TW, keyless
entry.
controls, stereo
TW,w/31
remote
new
tires.
tinted windows, keyless, brand
new tires.
MEMORIAL
DAY
settings,start,
cloth, 2010
Chevy
20 whs.
10 Aussie stacks, new tires.
graphics, short bed, alloy whs.
bed, alloy whs.

2009 CHEVY HHR


#A-12-445429
2004
CHEVY
TAHOE Z71
S CX 2002 FORD
*837,599
MILES!*
*CLEAN
CARFAX*
F350 SILVERADO
CREW
CAB DRW
2WD 5.3L
2003
CHEVY
1500
Z71
PANEL
WAGON
MAY
30,
2016
2002
GMC
1500
4X4
Vortec
V8, SIERRA
dual heated
leather,
Bose
s,
2009
CHEVY
4X4
7.3L89,000
Power Stroke
turbo diesel,
AT, CarFax,
heated
5.3L V8, AT, full power, Bose w/31
Only
mi., 1-owner,
clean

$5,900
$7
$10,900
$
$11,900
$13,900
$8,900
$5,900
$10,900
#T-27-445429

2005 BUICK LACROSSE

Only 80,321 mi., 3800 V6, tilt, cruise,


air,
full power,
cloth,CREW
tintedCAB
windows,
2005CD,
CHEVY
COLORADO
Z71 LS
3.5L Vortec 5keyless
cyl., AT, front
and side
air bags,
bucket seats, full
entry,
new
tires.

G35entry,
JOURNEY
power, TS,2008
CC, ice INFINITI
cold AC, CD, keyless
alloy#A-3-445308
whs.

4.3L

2007 CHRYSLER
PACIFICA
#A-13-445429
#A-18-293853
*ABSOLUTELY
SPOTLESS*
Only
129,940
Miles!
Heated
leather,
HUMMER
H31500
4X4CREW
2006
BUICK
RENDEZVOUS
CX
2010 2006
CHEVY
SILVERADO
CAB
Z71
LTCHEVY
2011 2500
DODGE
GRAND
CARAVAN
MAINSTREET
2007
DODGE
*ONLY
116,668
MILES!
*OWN
A TRUCK,
SAVE
AT2002
THE
PUMP*
2002
DODGE
RAM
4X4
2004
DODGE
DAKOTA
TOURING
2009
FORD
RANGER
SUPERCAB
2003
HD
4X4
1500
Z7
Bur
interior
trim,
Bose
w/navi.,
P/
3.5L
V6,
dual
front,
sideCHEVY
air
bags,
3.5L Vortec
Inline 6 V8,
Cyl.AT,
AT, front/side/rear
Full Pwr, Htd. Leather,
Dual
CHEVY
1500
CREW
CAB
Z71
5.3L
air bags,
TS, CC,2006
dual
climate
3.6L
Flex
fuelside
V6,
silver
faced
gauges,2005
fulltitanium
power,
TS,
CC,
dual
heat/AC,
V8,
AT, 4X4
white
faced
gZ
1-owner,
5.9L
V8,
AT,
TS,
manual
3.5L
V6,
dual
front
and
air
bags,
CHEVY
COLORADO
CREW
Only
1-owner,
clean
Carfax,
5.3L
Vortec
CREW
CAB
2WD
4.0L
V-6,
AT,
white
faced
guages,
2-tone
cloth,,
full
pwr,CAB
6.0
Vortec
V-8,
automatic,
manual
options,
cloth,
ice
P/t
2002
CHEVY
2500HD
4X4
moonroof,
18
wheels.
burlwood
trim,
fullnew
power,
CD,AC,
AC,
3rd
Climate
Control,
P/Moonroof,
ABS,
Nerf
Bars,
Chrometow
5.3L
V8,
full
power,
TS,
CC,
ice
cold
AC,
Bose
control,
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2004 CHEVY 1500 2WD
4X4
5.7L Vortec 350 V8, AT P/steering, bench V8, AT, dual air bags, full power, TS, CC,
2004 DODGE DAKOTA
22,165 mi., 5.4L V8, AT, full power,
LONG
BED
2002
CHEVY
1500 Z71
seating, cloth,2005
TS,
CC,FORD
AC, CD, F150
2011
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susp.SIERRA
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1997
GMC
1500
4X4 2005
2004
CHEVY
1500
2WD
YCC,
S10
CAB
4X4COLORADO
2004
FORD
F150
FX4
CHEVY
CREW
CAB
Z71
4X4Cab,
2002
CHEVY
S10
AC, CREW
cloth,
Nerf
bars,
chrome
2002
CHEVY
S10
CREW
CAB
4X4
CHEVY
COLORADO
CREW
CAB
Z71cab,
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2008
CHEVY
COLORADO
CREW
CAB
Z71Z-71
4X4
2005
CHEVY
CAB
1-owner,
clean
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5.3L
Vortec
V8,
AT, CR
O
SL pkg.,
4CREW
wh. COLORADO
ABS, short
bed.Z71
CREW
CAB
2WD
3
body
lift,
chrome
whs.
2002
CHEVY
2500HD
4X4
4X4
Crew
5.3 Vortec
V-8,
TS, CC,
climate
5.7L
Vortec
350
V8,
AT
P/steering,
bench
1.7
4 cyl,
automatic,
pwr
windows,
locks,
V-6,
AT,front
whiteand
faced
gauges,
full pwr,
TS, CC,
AC,
1.8
4 cyl,5 automatic,
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V8,
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air
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CC,
ull power,
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ice
cold
AC,
CD,
5.4L
Triton
V8,
AT,
PW,
PL,
PM,
ice
cold
SUPER
DUTY
4X4
3.7L
Vortec
5
cyl.,
AT,
side
air
bags,
bucket
seats,
whs. w/matching
tires.
4.3L
Vortec
V6,dual
AT,
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3.5L
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6.0L
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