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INSIDE JP Days opens with traditional parade; ends with something new...
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Around
Paulding
County
Pop art program
at Payne Library

PAYNE Owl Meet You


at the Library for this all-ages
event on July 6 at 10:30 a.m.
Learn about famous artist
Andy Warhol, create your
own pop art masterpiece,
and enjoy fun family time at
your library. Registration is
required as space and supplies
are limited. Stop by, call 419263-3333, or find them on
Facebook to reserve a spot
today.
The Payne Branch Library,
a branch of the Paulding
County Carnegie Library, is
located at 101 N. Main St. in
Payne.

Flag burning
ceremony July 2

PAYNE Those who may


have old or tattered American flags may bring them to
the Payne American Legion
where they will be properly
disposed. According to Legion second vice president
Tim Baumle, the flag burning
ceremony will be at 10 a.m.
Saturday, July 2 at the Legion
Post.

Blood drives set

Two American Red Cross


bloodmobiles have been
scheduled in Paulding County:
July 6, 2-7 p.m. at VanCrest of Payne, 650 N. Main
S., Payne.
July 7, noon-5 p.m. at
Paulding Eagles Aerie 2405,
210 W. Perry St. Paulding.
To donate blood, download
the American Red Cross
Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800RED CROSS (1-800-7332767) to make an appointment or for more information.

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FIREWORKS!

By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
PAULDING After having
a three-day summer celebration for John Paulding Days for
many years, the Paulding Chamber of Commerce is changing to
a two-day schedule.
The popular annual event will
welcome downtown visitors on
July 8-9 for an array of activities to celebrate Paulding and its
heritage.
Like in the past, all the activities will take place downtown
along or near the courthouse
square.
I am really excited about
this years John Paulding Days
said Peggy Emerson, executive
director of the Paulding Chamber of Commerce. One of the
things we want this to be is a
celebration of the wonderful
Paulding people and its loyal
businesses. We are working
hard and I believe we are moving in that direction.
With a two-day schedule,
the popular parade that attracts
a large and enthusiastic crowd
will now be held on Friday evening, at 7 p.m.
To sign up, contact the chamber at 419-399-5215 or visit the
website at www.pauldingchamber.com.
Line-up and organization for
the parade will begin at 5:45
p.m. at the Paulding County
Fairgrounds. A Plus Propane
and Paulding County Hospital
are underwriting the parade.

Following the parade, on the


courthouse lawn, will be a free
concert featuring Sean Williams.
With his roots tied to northwest Ohio, the up-and-coming
country singer and songwriter
has settled in Nashville, where
he continues to grow as one
of the young country singers
making a name for himself.
Williams will please the Friday
night crowd with his fresh and
unique style. The free concert
begins at 8 p.m.
Also on Friday, from 4-10
p.m., the attractions and food
vendors around the courthouse
square will be operating and will
also be open on Saturday from
noon-11 p.m.
There will be no carnival style
rides this year, but inflatable
games will be available for kids
of all ages.
There will be no shortage of
delicious food and treats. Local
food vendors will be offering
a wide variety of summer delights.
Wristbands will be offered for
$10 for one day or $15 for both
Friday and Saturday.
SATURDAY EVENTS
The Saturday schedule includes a mix of events new and
returning, promising fun for all
ages.
Starting off the day will be
the new Revolutionary Run 5K/
Fun Run, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
See JP DAYS, page 2A

Library Centennial Celebration


to feature old-fashioned fun
By JUDY WELLS
Correspondent
PAULDING The Paulding County Carnegie
Library will host a Centennial Festival on Saturday, July 9, in conjunction with John Paulding
Days. The event will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
at the main historic Carnegie Library in Paulding
and will be a celebration of old-fashioned fun.
Since the library was actually funded in 1912,
we have been celebrating 100 years of support
for the past three years, said Susan Pieper, library director. The actual 100-years-of-service

celebration began on March 3 of this year. We


feel that a centennial celebration should include
remembrances of the back-story that created the
foundation for the library services to our county.
This festival is meant to be a fun day to celebrate Paulding Countys public library system,
Pieper continued.
Because the library has been providing services to Paulding County residents for over 100
years, the festival will include old-fashioned fun
See LIBRARY, page 2A

Trial date Martin receives nearly Motorcycle-mower


7-year prison sentence mishap fatal to
set for
Gillespie in drug-related death county resident
in double
homicide
By DENISE GEBERS
Progress Staff Writer
PAULDING A Defiance
man accused of killing two
Paulding residents has been
assigned a trial date and final
pretrial conference during an
appearance in Paulding County Common Pleas Court last
week.
Five days have been set
aside for the trial of Bradley R.
Gillespie, 43, which is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 26.
His final pretrial conference
will be conducted at 3 p.m. on
Thursday, Sept. 1.
He is charged with two
counts of murder, unclassified felonies, with firearm
See TRIAL, page 2A

By DENISE GEBERS
Progress Staff Writer
PAULDING A Payne
man charged in connection
with the death of a second
Payne man last fall was sentenced last week in Paulding
County Common Pleas Court.
Andrew J. Martin, 26, was
ordered to serve time with
the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections:
six years for corrupting another with drugs (F2) and
11 months for possession of
drugs (F5), to be served consecutively.
Credit was given for 310
days confinement that he has
already served.
Additionally, he must pay a
$5,000 fine to be split equally
between the Paulding County
Sheriffs office and the Prosecuting Attorneys office for
their drug intervention programs.
Contraband seized in this
case was ordered destroyed
by law enforcement.
A six-month license sus-

pension was also part of his


sentence, as are court costs.
Martin was charged following the
death
of Cary
Parsons,
50, on
Aug. 15,
2015.
Parsons
w a s
found
d e a d
on his
kitchen
floor at
MARTIN
a Payne
address. Martin was accused
of providing Parsons with a
drug Martin had made, which
contributed to the elder mans
death.
Martins September indictment alleged three counts
corrupting another with drugs
(F2), involuntary manslaughter (F1) and illegal manufacture of drugs (F3). He took a
plea agreement in May that
amended the original charges.

ARTHUR The Ohio State


Highway Patrols Van Wert
Post is investigating a traffic
crash that claimed the life of a
Paulding County man on Saturday south of Arthur.
Dead is Lynn A. Wickerham, 68, Defiance (Paulding
County).
The incident occurred at
approximately 3:50 p.m. June
25 on County Road 209 near
Township Road 184 in Auglaize Township.
A 2003 Honda CBR motorcycle, operated by Travis R.
Urbina, age 34, of Defiance,
was traveling southbound on
County Road 209. A John
Deere lawn tractor, operated
by Wickerham, was traveling
southbound along the west
shoulder of Road 209. Troopers said Wickerhams vehicle
made a left turn, entering the
southbound lane of Road 209,
and was struck on the left side
by Urbinas motorcycle.
Wickerham and Urbina

were both ejected from their


vehicles.
Wickerham received fatal
injuries as a result of the crash
and was pronounced deceased
by Dr. Joseph M. Kuhn, Paulding County Coroner. He was
transported from the scene by
Schaffer Funeral Home in Defiance.
Urbina, who was not wearing a helmet, received non-life
threatening injuries and was
transported by Oakwood EMS
to Defiance Regional Hospital.
Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and were towed
from the scene by Integrity
Auto Body of Defiance.
Troopers were assisted
on scene by Paulding County Sheriffs Office, Auglaize
Township Fire Department,
Oakwood EMS, Paulding
County Coroners Office,
Schaffer Funeral Home and
Integrity Auto Body.
The crash remains under investigation.

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PC Workshop becomes separate entity Dec. 31


By JIM LANGHAM
Feature Writer
PAULDING At the end of
this year, the Paulding County
Workshop (PC Workshop) will
become a separate entity under
the leadership of a non-profit
board. Currently, the non-profit
board is searching for an executive director of the independent
workshop. The Paulding County Board of Developmental Disabilities (DD) will work with
the PC Workshop non-profit
through this transition.
Across the state of Ohio,
county boards are getting out
of the sheltered workshop business, said Deb Guilford, who is
currently serving as the superintendent of the county board.
Medicaid funds most of the
services that adults receive, including their day services going
to workshop.
In Medicaid, there is a rule
that states individuals receiving
services have a free choice of
provider, added Guilford. If
the county board allows individuals to select a provider and then
we provide service, it is considered to be a conflict of interest.
We have other providers in the
county and out of the county

that can do the same thing.


Guilford said there are a few
Paulding County residents that
go to providers in Defiance and
Williams Counties while others
go to PC Workshop.
She noted that PC Workshop
has actually had a non-profit
board from the beginning.
What PCBDD is doing is
transitioning the workshop to a
PC Workshop non-profit board.
There are local people in the
community that make up the
board. People and families that
go there should not see any difference in the operation of the
board, said Guilford.
Other than hiring an executive director for PC Workshop,
the staff should be the same,
continued Guilford. The staff
working there will no longer
be employees of the County
Board, but of the PC Workshop
non-profit board.
Guilford said the Paulding
County Board of DD is committed to making this transition as
seamless as possible.
The PC Board will probably
make a financial commitment
to the non-profit board through
the transition, observed Guilford. A lot of the funding will

come from Medicaid. As a


county board, we bill Medicaid. Once the non-profit board
is the provider of record, they
bill Medicaid.
Guilford noted that the financial relationship with Medicaid
is a 60/40 match with Medicaid
paying 60 percent of the funding and the other 40 percent
provided by local match funds.
Day services and residential
services are all funded through
Medicaid. Guilford noted that
local levy money helps assist
with the other 40 percent matching funds.
We (PCDD) administer
those programs for individuals with disabilities, said
Guilford. We dont actually
provide the services. We coordinate those services and we
monitor the services because
we are obligated to provide that
match. We have to make sure
that we have the funds. Sometimes our costs increase.
The non-profit board has
been in place for years, continued Guilford. Persons with
disabilities are getting paid for
by the non-profit board. Now
employees will also be getting
paid by the non-profit board.

Jim Langham/Paulding County Progress

Deb Guilford, who currently serves as the superintendent of


the Paulding County Board of Development Disabilities, sees
the transition from the county board to a Paulding County Workshop nonprofit board as a smooth change.

July 1 Fourth of July picnic at


Paulding County Senior Center;
lunch at 11:30 a.m., for reservations phone 419-399-3650
July 4 Independence Day
July 8-9 Annual John Paulding Days held on the courthouse
square. The Grand Parade is 7
p.m. Friday, July 8. Fireworks at
9:45 p.m. Saturday. For more
information, contact 419-3995215 or visit www.pauldingchamber.com.
July 9 Paulding County Carnegie Library Centennial Celebration event, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
July 9-13 Paulding County
4-H Camp
July 22 Paulding Chamber
Summer Concert Series, 6-9 p.m.
at Herb Monroe Community Park
July 22-24 Grover Hill Summer Fest at Welcome Park
July 23 Big Boy$ Toy$ Car
Show at 3-8 p.m. in downtown
Antwerp, call 419-506-2333 for
information
July 27-Aug. 7 Ohio State
Fair, Columbus, www.ohiostatefair.com
July 28 The Paulding County
Township Associations fish and
chicken fry, 5-7 p.m., at the county extension building

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Continued from Page 1A
and games. Well also have a
bike parade around the library,
face-painting, free hot dogs and
more. The main library here in
Paulding will be open for business during the festival, but all
outlying branches will be closed
so the staff can help with the festivities here. Were looking forward to a great turnout that day.
Funded with $40,000 from
Andrew Carnegie, a wealthy
resident of New York who
funded some 3,000 libraries
in the United States and other
countries, construction of the
current library began in 1914.
The four-lot building site had
been donated by Rebecca S.
Latty.
The doors first opened on
March 3, 1916, and the first
patron to check out a book was
A.A. Auber; it was about agriculture. At that time, the library
had a staff of three employees
Miss Smith, the librarian, Miss
Vivian Jackson, the assistant
librarian and A.V.R. Mott, the
shipping clerk.
Approximately 4,000 books

were housed in the east room


behind the circulation desk and
the stacks were closed, meaning that the patron was not allowed to simply go among the
shelves and browse. A person
who wanted a book would go to
the card catalogue, find the book
card and then take it back to the
desk where the attendant would
go to the stacks and bring the
book up front.
Times have changed since
those early days. A new roof,
repairs to the exterior, new energy-efficient windows and
interior upgrades have all been
made. The building is listed
on the U.S. Department of the
Interiors National Register of
Historic Places and as a State
of Ohio Historical Society Bicentennial Historic Landmark
as being the first library in the
United States funded by Andrew Carnegie to serve an entire
county.
Ali McCauley, assistant director and head of adult services,
commented, When I joined the
library team a few years ago, I

Ask the Progress


Q: Does anyone know why
the tornado siren went off at
12:50 a.m. and then again
couple hours later?
Brian Harder
A: According to county
EMA director Ed Bohn, It was
a malfunction of the receiver for
the radio frequency. The sirens
are set off by radio frequencies
from the 911 dispatch. It is believed that the receiver picked
up on radio signals during the
middle of the night. We are
working on the problem.
Q: When will Williams
Street (U.S. 127) in Paulding
be repaved?
Numerous inquiries
A: We contacted ODOT District 1 in Lima regarding plans
for repaving portions of U.S.

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127 and Ohio 111 in Paulding. Public information officer


Rhonda Pees responded, Yes,
those routes are scheduled for
resurfacing yet this year. The
project does go out for bid on
June 30. We wont have details
on a start and completion date
until the contractor has been determined.

n JP

did not realize how important


this library had been to the community. Every day I see patrons
of all ages using our services,
and we register new patrons
every week for library cards.
The library is so much more
than just checking out books.
After compiling scrapbooks, reviewing historical memorabilia
and working here, I have found
that the public library is not
only important for any community, but has been life-changing
for many citizens in our rural
county.
The library today offers highspeed Internet access, multiple
public computers, educational
programs for adults and children, book clubs, digital resources, eBooks and authoritative, current and relative materials in a variety of formats.
Pieper has served as library
director since 1997. Today, the
library employees a total staff of
19.
The public is invited to visit
their library during the centennial celebration on July 9 from
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
For more information about
the library, call 419-399-2032,
visit them at www.pauldingcountylibrary.com. Or check
them out on Facebook at facebook.com/PauldingCountyLibrary.

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By JOE SHOUSE
Progress Staff Writer
PAYNE Paving and sealing projects, zoning violations,
and a holiday trash pick-up date
change were part of the Payne
Village Council agenda on
Monday night.
The motion passed to proceed with paving, sealing and
patching to be done on Oak
Street from Ohio 49 to School
Drive, as well as paving an
alley and walking paths. The
cost is estimated at $22,642
with $13,727 coming from
county funds, $7,000 from the
local street fund and $1,900
from the villages permissive
fund.
Zoning inspector Tom Sinn
reported that in doing a general survey of a portion of the
village, 12 people were cited
for 20 violations. Some of the
more popular violations were
vehicles with expired plates.
Sinn also informed council
that he had issued six building

n TRIAL
Continued from Page 1A

specifications.
These charges stem from the
deaths of Hannah Fischer, 21,
and Frank Tracy Jr., 47, both
of Paulding. Both died of single
gunshots to the head. Fischers
body was found in her apartment on Feb. 9 while Tracys
was discovered in Rochester
Cemetery outside of Cecil on
March 15. Both were believed
to have been killed on Feb. 3.

permits.
Mayor Steve Wobler informed council that all paperwork on the Neff property located at 415 W. Merrin St. has
been completed. The village has
spent $1,143 in various fees to
secure the house and will move
forward in having the house
torn down. The estimated cost
is $5,000 to disassemble the
structure.
Council also unanimously
passed the motion to seal the
parking lot at the fire station.
The cost is estimated at $1,183
with the cost being equally divided between the fire department and the EMS.
With the upcoming holiday weekend, Mayor Wobler
reminded council that trash
pick-up will be delayed one day
with pick-up scheduled for July
6 with bulky waste being picked
up on the same day.
Two emergency resolutions
were unanimously passed seeking the certification from the
county auditor that will allow
on the November ballot the renewal of a 3-mill general (street
department) levy and a 1-mill
levy for the police department.
Representing Palmer Energy,
Amy Hoffman presented to the
council an opt-out governmental aggregation program. Hoffman explained how the program assists villages in securing
a cheaper utility rate and therefore saving consumers money.
To have an opt-out program,
voters would have the opportunity to decide at the ballot box
for approval.

The program was well received by council and more


discussion will follow before a
final decision is made to proceed with necessary steps to
secure the lower rates.
In other business:
The police department
received one application for a
village police officer with no
action being taken.
Council tabled any action
on the two EMS applications.
The fire department reported damage to a generator
that was hit by lightning during
a storm on June 22. A portable
generator is available for use.
Police Chief Rodney
Miller reported that his department has purchased a tazer that
will be placed in service soon.
Parking spots in the downtown area, with emphasis near
the bank, will be repainted.
A reminder to village residents that dogs are to be kept on
a leash or under physical command.
The second mosquito spray
of the season was performed
June 20.
Werlor will be making a
$2.50 reimbursement to customers who used a trash caddy
between June 15, 2015 to May
16, 2016.
The second reading was
heard of a proposed ordinance
giving an unnamed alley the
name of Veterans Drive.
With Mayor Wobler planning to be away, council unanimously passed a motion to cancel the regular council meeting
on July 25.

DAYS

Continued from Page 1A


Registration will start one hour earlier.
In conjunction with John Paulding
Days, the Paulding County Carnegie Library is celebrating its 100th anniversary with events from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The
library is located a block south of the
square. (See related story.)
Get your ducks in a row and participate
in the Duck Race, hosted by Paulding
Cub Scout Troop 317. The race begins
at 4:30 p.m. between the Perry Street
Bridge and the Jackson Street Bridge.
Buy your duck at the Paulding VFW or
Paulding Eagles.
A cruise-in, sponsored by Logisticize, begins at 6 p.m. Classic cars will
be parked and displayed near the courthouse.
The popular candy drop will be on
Saturday at 5:30 p.m. on the courthouse
lawn. Kids are encouraged to bring a
plastic bag and line up around the courthouse lawn and await instructions to go
after all the sweet treats.
For the second year, a kids raffle will
be held. Each child attending between
age 4-12 will receive one free entry into

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Prize drawings will begin at noon on
Saturday and continue throughout the afternoon. Giveaways will include bicycles,
free ride wristbands, and much more. A
free ticket for the raffle can be picked up
at the chamber tent. You must be present
at the time of the drawing to win.
New this year will be the Touch a
Truck promotion at 4 p.m. Saturday. The
JP Days planners are putting a call out to
those with trucks and large-type vehicles
of all kinds that are used for various purposes. The plan is to display a variety of
vehicles that kids can view up close and
personal.
The idea is for kids to have a chance
to get up close to some vehicles that they
wouldnt normally get a chance to check
out, said Emerson.
According to Emerson, Kausers
Trucking will have some large equipment on display, as will Logisticize. She
is hoping that others will get on board.
We would like other business and
community groups to get involved. We
want cool things like carpet cleaning ve-

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said.
Look for the large trucks and other
type movers and shakers located near
the square.
A new event this year will be the pet
parade held near the Herb Monroe Community Park. Those with pets are encouraged to enter the parade as a way of supporting the Paulding County Dog Kennel
and the C&S Rescue in Cecil.
There will be judging for the most unusual pet, best dressed pet, pet that does
the best tricks, and the best behaved pet.
Entry fees are $3 per category or $10
to enter all four categories. Entry sign up
begins at 1:15 p.m.
Prizes will be awarded with the event
being organized by the Girl Scouts of
Paulding Service Unit 232.
Science Central will take center stage
at 3 p.m. Sponsored by Paulding-Putnam
Electric Co-op, Science Central will offer an exciting demonstration focusing
on electricity.
The end of Saturday will be the biggest change of all, said Emerson.

The 2016 edition of John Paulding


Days will close out with a bang. Following the 7 p.m. concert featuring Liberty Rain on the main stage, those in the
downtown area will be treated to fireworks at 9:45 p.m.
The chamber has been working with
the Paulding County Area Foundation to
raise $8,000 for professional fireworks
by Zambellis to close out the festival.
The fireworks display will be shot
from an open area behind the library annex near the U.S. 127 bridge.
This will mark the first time in recent
memory that fireworks have been held in
Paulding. It is believed the last pyrotechnic display was held at the fairgrounds
for the nations bicentennial in 1976.
The John Paulding Days committee
includes Jill Strahley, Scott Strahley, Teresa Stoller, Marcia Yeutter, Kim Tracy,
Alice McCauley, Jim States and Emerson. For more information, contact the
chamber office.
Look for a full schedule of events and
more details in the July 6 edition of the
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Obituaries Updated weekdays at www.progressnewspaper.org


MARILYN SHEA

1929-2016
FT. MYERS, Fla. Marilyn Mulholland Shea was born
Jan. 7, 1929 and passed away
May 28, 2016 in her current
home of Ft. Myers, Fla.
She was born and raised
in Fort Wayne and moved to
Delray Beach, Fla. in 1973.
She was preceded in death
by her only son, Brady Shea,
and her husband, Frank Shea,
as well as her parents, Eric and
Catherine Mulholland.
She is survived by three
daughters, Tracy (Mark) Poepping of Evergreen, Colo.,
and Kelly (John) Hargaden
and Kathy Shea, all from Ft.
Myers; and four grandchildren, Brady (Sylvia) Poepping, Chris Poepping, Meghan
Hargaden and Chris Hargaden.
Funeral Mass and a family
burial will be held in Payne,
where her son and husband as
well as parents and extended
family, including her grandparents, Orlando and Gwendalyn Brady, are buried.
A Mass of Christian Burial
will be conducted 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday, July 5 at Divine
Mercy Catholic Parish, Payne.
Burial will follow in St. John
the Baptist Catholic Cemetery,
Payne. Den Herder Funeral
Home, Paulding, is in charge
of arrangements.
Online condolences may
be sent to www.denherderfh.
com.

ROGER STOVER

1938-2016
CONTINENTAL John
Roger Pudge Stover, 77,
died 1:39 a.m. Monday, June
20 at Parkview Hospital in
Fort Wayne.
He was
born Oct.
26, 1938 in
Oakwood
to the late
Joseph Edward and
Eva Louise (Bauer)
Stover. On
March 25, 1961, he married
Joyce Friend, who survives in
Fremont, Ind.
Pudge was the owner and
retired from Stover Body
Shop, S&S Sanitation and JPS
Oil. He was a former mayor
of Continental, former council
member and past president of
the Continental Council. He
enjoyed golfing in Florida and
Indiana, loved camping, and
pulling the grandkids on the
tube.
Pudge is also survived by
three children, Bradley A.
(Diane) Stover of Defiance,
Tonya (John) Schmidt and
Mindi (Ron) Bradford, both
of Continental; 10 grandchildren,: Marisa (Harold)
Elston, Brianna (Gus) Coolman, Quentin (Jessie) Stover,
Cordell Stover, Nathan (Allison) Schmidt, Damon (Erin)
Schmidt, Brandon Schmidt,
Dalton Bradford, Grant Bradford and Brooke Bradford;
four great-grandchildren plus
one more on the way; and
three siblings, Annalee (Donnie) Adams of Oakwood,
Joann Diamond of Defiance
and Susie (Denny) Thrasher
of Oakwood.
He was preceded in death by
two siblings, Dick Stover and

Lois Bidlack; and a brother-inlaw, Bud Diamond.


A funeral service was held
Friday, June 24 at Heitmeyer
Funeral Home, Continental,
with Fr. Mark Hoying officiating. Burial will follow at a
later date.
Memorial contributions can
be made to the Continental
Library or the Putnam County
Special Olympics.
Condolences may be expressed at www.lovefuneralhome.com.

JOANNE
PENLAND

1928-2016
GOSHEN, Ind. R. Joanne
Penland, 87, passed away Saturday, June 25 at Greencroft
Healthcare after declining
health since January 2016.
She was
born Nov.
5,
1928
in Goshen to Paul
and Ruby
(Smoker)
Unzicker.
On Sept.
17, 1950,
she married Olan G. Penland.
He preceded her in death July
1, 1992. She later married
Richard Sheline on Nov. 5,
1993. He died May 1, 2003.
Joanne is survived by two
daughters, Sally (Tim) Baumle, Payne, and Beth (Randy)
Cripe, Goshen; a son, Gary
(Carla) Penland, North Webster, Ind.; nine grandchildren;
six great-grandchildren; and
a cousin, Edward Smoker,
Elkhart, who was raised by
Joannes parents.
Along with her parents and
both husbands, she was preceded in death by two sisters
and brothers-in-law, Margaret
(Byron) Balyeat and Mary
(Wilden) Snyder.
Joanne worked as a secretary for 25 years at the former Salem Bank in Goshen.
She also worked at the Credit
Bureau of Goshen, Bontrager
Hardies Realty and Denises
at the Bag Factory. She was
a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, DAV
Auxiliary and a lifetime member of Women of the Moose.
She will be dearly missed
by her family and all who
knew her kind and loving
spirit. We are so thankful for
her caregivers and the staff at
Greencroft Healthcare and IU
Health Goshen Hospice.
Visitation will be today, June
29, from 11 a.m. until the 1 p.m.
funeral service at Yoder-Culp
Funeral Home, Goshen. Burial
will follow in Elkhart Prairie
Cemetery, Goshen.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Goshen Home
Care and Hospice.
To share online condolences, visit www.yoderculpfuneralhome.com.

JUDI ADAMS

1940-2016
PAULDING Judith Judi
K. Adams, age 75, passed
away Saturday, June 25 at the
Parkview Regional Medical
Center Hospice, Fort Wayne.
Judi was
born
in
Paulding
County on
July 17,
1940, the
daughter of the
late Harley C. and
Louella
A. (Brown) Parson. She was
a 1958 Paulding High School
graduate. On Oct. 5, 1958, she
married Donald H. Adams,
who preceded her in death on
Nov. 15, 2013 after 55 years of
marriage. She was employed as
a bank teller for State Bank and
Trust, Paulding for eight years;
and in the Paulding County
Treasurers Office as deputy
treasurer for six years.
She is survived by a daughter, Lori Lytle, West Liberty;
son, Eric (Denise) Adams,
Plantation, Fla.; sister, Marilyn Shrider Ladd, Paulding;
grandchildren, Scott Hartwick,
Mindy Torres, Christopher
Adams, Lauren Adams, Tina
Keeran and Rob Blevins; eight
great-grandchildren; nieces and
nephews; and many friends.
She also was preceded in
death by a daughter, Kristy K.
Adams in 1983; and a sister,
Gloria Arthur.
Judi enjoyed wintering in
Palmetto, Fla. with the many
friends she and Don made
over the years; entertaining;
cooking; gardening; the beach;
keeping family reunions and
traditions alive; and spending
time with her grandchildren
and friends. She was an avid
Ohio State fan.
A Celebration of Her Life
will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday,
June 30 at Paulding Church of
the Nazarene Fellowship Hall,
where the family will receive
friends from noon until service time. Den Herder Funeral
Home, Paulding, is handling
arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions made to Paulding
County Relay For Life Marathon Moms or Paulding High
School Band/Music Boosters.
Online condolences may be
left at www.denherderfh.com.

MARY WOBLER

1936-2016
PAYNE Mary Marie Wobler,
79, of Payne, passed away Sunday, June 26 at VanCrest of Convoy.
Mary was born in Payne on
July 14, 1936, a daughter of the
late Lemuel V. and Lula (Robeson) Fulmer. Worshipping at
Payne Church of the Nazarene
was important to Mary. Her actions as a nurses aide at Paulding County Hospital and Dallas
LEROY BENNETT Lamb Foundation Home spoke
1942-2016
to the kind person that she was.
Leroy Bennett passed away Mary was also an excellent cook
Monday, June 27. Arrange- and even owned her own restauments are pending at Den Herd- rant in Newport, Tenn., at one
er Funeral Home, Paulding.
time. In 1954, she married Richard Wobler, who preceded her in
death in 1982.
She will be sadly missed by
is Paulding Countys
her children, Dawn of Convoy
newspaper of record. and Brad of Payne; siblings,

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Ilean Lanzer, Shirley Myers and


Sharon Martenies; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Also preceding her in death
were her sons, Richard and Jeff
Wobler; and a brother, Kenny

Fulmer.
Her graveside ceremony is
2:30 p.m. today, June 29 at
Wiltsie Cemetery, Road 51,
Payne. Dooley Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.

Memorials are to Payne


Church of the Nazarene.
Condolences and fond
memories may be shared at
www.dooleyfuneralhome.
com.

Buster uses flower


bed as a playground
It is a cool June morning with
temperatures only in the low 60s.
I had to close a few windows as
it was chilly with them all open.
Summer is officially here now.
It seems empty around here.
My husband Joe, daughter Susan, and son Benjamin are working. Daughter Lovina is staying at Elizabeth and Timothys
house for a few days.
On Sunday we attended
church at Moses parents house.
They just recently put up a new
building, so the services were
held in there. We were served
a good lunch, plusin honor
of Fathers Dayice cream,
strawberries, and brownies were
served.
Moses mother has so many
beautiful flowers. She has a flower garden and grows all kinds of
flowers, herbs, spices, and teas.
They have some of their garden planted in raised beds, and
are able to cover that up as a
greenhouse in the colder spring
months. They have big tomatoes
hanging from their plants already.
Also their sweet onions are big.
They are harvesting red potatoes
too. With the raised beds, weeding is so much easier.
Jacob and Emma and family
and my sisters Verena and Susan
also went to church there. We
ended up all going to Jacob and
Emmas house for supper. Timothy and Elizabeth came over for
awhile after supper.
Our children gave my husband
Joe a propane fish deep fryer for
Fathers Day, as well as a grill
light and grill utensils. He was really happy! Monday evening he
deep-fried fish and French fries
here on the front porch. It worked
very well, and we all could eat
outside. Joe loves cooking outside, and Im not going to complain. Its so nice to get a break
from it.
Yesterday sister Verena hosted
a Pampered Chef party. Niece
Rosa was the consultant. Her
mom (my sister Liz) also came
to Michigan with Rosa for the
party. Daughter Elizabeth came
through here and picked us up to
go to the party. Five out of us six
sisters were there, as sister Emma
came as well. So sister Leah was
the only one not there. The party
was a big success, and Verena
earned lots of free items.
All the ladies and girls helped
prepare lunch using the Pampered Chef pans and utensils.
It was fun, and there was lots
of laughter while everyone did
their job. While the food was in
the oven we played a game and
were introduced to the various
products. I already have quite a
few Pampered Chef items in my
kitchen and love them.
After everyone enjoyed the
lunch, they all left for home. My

Lovina enjoys growing a variety of vegetables in her large garden.


She uses cages to provide support for dozens of tomato plants.

sisters and I, as well as our daughters who were able to attend, visited for awhile. When my daughters watch us sisters visit, they always say that everyone is talking
and no one is listening. (I dont
think its quite that bad!) Daughter Lovina went home with Elizabeth after the party.
Son Benjamin bought a part
coon, part Australian Shepherd
puppy from our neighbors. It is a
brother to the puppy Timothy and
Elizabeth have. The boys want to
train it to hunt raccoons. I have
not been too enthused about little
Buster. He seems to think my
flower beds are his playground.
Mose bought flowers and replanted some of the flowers in
my flower beds because they
were made for full sun and were
getting too much shade. Mose
takes after his mother and is a
pro with flowers. I, on the other
hand, do better with vegetables in
the garden. Needless to say, Mose
has my flower beds looking very
nice!
I will share with you one of the
recipes that I helped to make at
the party: Taco Ring. It was delicious! Gods blessings to all!
TACO RING
4 cups ground beef, browned and
drained
1 (1.25-ounce) package taco seasoning

1 cup (4 ounces) cheddar cheese,


shredded
2 tablespoons water
2 (8-ounce) packages refrigerated
crescent rolls
1 medium green bell pepper
1 cup salsa
3 cups lettuce, shredded
1 medium tomato
1/4 cup onion
1/2 cup pitted olives
Sour cream (optional)
Preheat oven to 350. In a
bowl, combine browned and
drained ground beef, taco seasoning, cheese, and water. Unroll
crescent rolls and separate into
triangles in a circle on large round
pan, with wide ends overlapping
in center and points toward the
outside. There should be a 5-inch
diameter opening. With a medium scoop, scoop meat mixture
onto widest end of each triangle.
Bring points of triangles up and
tuck under wide ends of dough
at center of ring. Bake 2025
minutes or until golden brown.
Cut off top of bell pepper, discard
top membranes and seeds and
fill pepper with salsa. Garnish
dough with sour cream and then
decorate with lettuce, tomato, onions and olives. Place pepper in
the middle of the ring. Slice and
serve.
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FOR THE RECORD


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Express
your opinion

The Paulding County Progress


provides a public forum through
FORUM Reader Opinion Letters to
the Editor for area residents to expres
their opinions and exchange ideas on
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Letters should be brief and concise.
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grammatical errors. We also reserve
the right to verify statements or facts
presented in the letters.
The opinions stated are those of the
writer, and do not necessarily reflect
that of the newspaper.
Where to write: Letters to the Editor, Paulding County Progress, P.O.
Box 180, Paulding, OH 45879; or drop
them off at the office, 113 S. Williams
St. The deadline is noon Thursday the
week prior to publicaiton.

Reference to
bird counter
causes flap
Dear Editor,
In reference to Jim Langhams recent article, please
make this correction. Self-appointed Terri Gorney from
Indiana is not the official
bird counter for Paulding
County. This error has been
printed more than once.
A Paulding County resident, Mickey Dunakin, Antwerp, has been a member
of several bird societies and
at this time has over 281
different species of birds documented in Paulding County.
It is evident through her ded-

ication over the past 50 years


and membership in several
birding societies (including
the Ohio Ornithological Society and the Audubon Society)
that she is probably easily
recognized as the official
bird counter for Paulding
County.
Thanks for giving credit
where credit is due.
Caroline Zimmerman
Paulding

unethical and it was personal


against my son for doing his
job and the mayor should be
held accountable for his actions that have resulted in the
loss of my sons job and income.
If anyone would like to
contact me, I would be happy
to discuss this further with
them.
Con Shuherk
Paulding

EMT resigns after Village response


for response
unethical action to Contacted
the above letter, Michael
Jones, Paulding Village socilby the mayor
itor, stated the following:
Dear Editor,
This letter is to the residents of Paulding Village and
Paulding County, served by
Paulding EMS:
My name is Con Shuherk
and on Friday, June 17, 2016,
I resigned my position as an
EMT for the Village of Paulding.
I have done this in response
to the wrongful termination
of Brandon Shuherk from the
Paulding Police Department
at the direction of Mayor Greg
Reinhart.
My son, Brandon Shuherk,
was informed by [the] chief of
police he was being dismissed
from the police department,
that it was not performance related, that he had been doing a
great job as an officer, and he
and the assistant chief did not
agree with the termination. It
was the mayors decision, was
the only explanation given.
I would like to say that I
believe the termination was

My response, on behalf of
the Village, is as follows: The
Village Council is looking
into this situation. There will
be no further comment at this
time.

Writer questions
Keck contributions
Dear Editor,
In response to Ray Keck
Day [article] on June 20.
President Terri Gorney stated:
In 1986, he was the compiler
for the first comprehensive
county cemetery index.
The book in question was
Paulding County Cemeteries - 1986. Miss Gorney was
not a member at that time, or
she would remember that our
entire genealogical chapter
worked many months copying
cemetery stones from all over
the county for that book. A
list of those who worked on

it is in the front of the book


in the Paulding Carnegie Library.
Mr. Keck helped with the
index when the book was
being finished up. Compiling
the index was simple compared to going out and copying/compiling whole cemeteries.
Please give credit where
credit is due. Many members
worked on this project, not
just Ray Keck. His work
is appreciated, but lets not
make it overblown. A lot of
the works contributed to the
library are through hours of
thankless toil. Are you sure
thats not how he wants to be
remembered? Appreciated,
but not honored/worshiped?
Some of the things he is given
credit for: Paulding Co. Cemetery Index for 1986, Early
Pioneer Committees; re-listing records already at the
Paulding County Courthouse,
etc., are redundant for most
researchers.
Thanks for knowing that
others are continuing to build
the Paulding County legacy.
Caroline Zimmerman
Organizing Pres. - Paulding
Co. Genealogical Society

Ross Joost (left) was the speaker at the Kiwanis Club of Paulding County meeting. A Defiance County resident, his topic was
drones, what they are, how they are being used, and the problems
they may cause in the future. He brought with him a small model
to show how they work and how easily they can be used by almost
anyone with little practice. Klint Manz 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 21
92
65
June 22
83
60
June 23
81
64
June 24
82
61
June 25
84
59
June 26
87
64
June 27
90
69

Common Pleas
Civil Docket

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


husband; et ux., and wife.

From The
State House

Marriage Licenses
Keith E. Kipker, 53, Payne, body technician
and Angela S. Woodring, 53, Payne, production manager. Parents are Gary Kipker and
Sandy Burgoon; and Richard Nickols and
Janis Marihugh.
Administration Docket
None filed.
Criminal Docket
Kirk Echols, 47, of Paulding, was scheduled
for an Aug. 3 pretrial conference regarding his
charge of nonsupport of a dependent (F4).
Tyler N. Moss, 28, address unavailable, was
sentenced to 11 months with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction after
entering a guilty plea to possession of methamphetamine (F5). His sentence is to run concurrently with those from Defiance and Williams counties. He was given credit for on day
already served. All contraband seized in this
case may be destroyed by law enforcement.

Roger C. Eckart, Penrose, N.C. and Patricia


L. Eckart, Penrose, N.C. vs. Ronald J. Speiser
II, Defiance and Wendy R. Speiser, fka Short,
Continental and unknown tenant if any, Paulding and Paulding County Treasurer, Paulding
and The Farmers and Merchants State Bank,
Archbold and The Bank of New York Mellon
Trust Company, Rapid City, S.D. Foreclosures.
In the matter of: Kandise V. Fisher, Cecil
and James T. Fisher, Cecil. Dissolution of
marriage.
Dennis Lewis, Paulding vs. Thomas J.
Grant, Paulding. Personal injury.
Citibank N.A., Sioux Falls, S.D. vs. Elisa
Panico, aka Doan, Paulding. Money only.
though a difficult topic to dis- The Huntington National Bank, Columbus
cuss, House Bill 85 establishes vs. Kevin J. Florence, Defiance and Brandee
curriculum to teach students in J. Florence, Defiance. Foreclosures.
grades K-12 about the signs of
sexual abuse.
The unbearable reality is that
far too many of our young children are put in a situation that
they do not understand, or are The term et al. refers to and oth- Sec. 18, 3.98 acres. Warranty
too scared to speak up about ers; et vir., and husband; et ux., deed.
what is happening to them. This and wife.
Melissa A. Phillips to Jason
can unfortunately happen to any Benton Township
A. and Melissa A. Phillips;
of our children, and we must Gaye Myers, trustee to Sec. 15, Lot 5, Noneman
not ignore the issue. Teaching Gary L. Laukhuf Life Es- Crane Acres, 0.54 acre. Quit
our children the basics about tate; Sec. 2, 41.09 acres; Sec. claim.
appropriate sexual behavior is 13, 40 acres and Sec. 24, 80 Harrison Township
crucial to preventing abusers acres. Quit claim.
David A. Rupert to Nathan
from damaging their victims Mary Ann Unsicker to A. and Sara J. Sutton; Sec. 27,
lives forever.
Jonathan and Stefany Font; 2.75 acres. Warranty deed.
As your state representative, Sec. 7, 2.335 acres. Warranty Jackie R. and Renee Cox,
I am proud to be a voice for deed.
et al. to Jacob and Suzanne
northwest Ohio in Columbus. Blue Creek Township
Yenser; Sec. 28, 1.01 acre.
I am confident that these three Gaye Myers, trustee to Warranty deed.
pieces of legislation will have Gary L. Laukhuf Life Estate; Jackson Township
a tremendously positive impact Sec. 19, 70 acres. Quit claim. Patty J. Shafer, dec. to
on all Ohioans, whether it be by Donald R. Wenninger & Roger L. Shafer and Debra
improving business prospects, Sons to Donald R. Wenninger L. Howell; Sec. 36, 6.5 acres.
making government more ac- & Sons; Sec. 35, 139.578 Affidavit.
cessible or protecting our most acres. Quit claim.
Latty Township
vulnerable generation.
Carryall Township
Butch C. Coburn, dec. to
Rep. Burkley may be reached Steven and Audrey Knight Lisa A. Coburn; Sec. 26,
by
calling
614-644-5091, to Steven and Audrey Knight; 0.409 acre. Affidavit.
e-mailing Rep82@ohiohouse. Sec. 19, 1.799 acres. Survi- Paulding Township
gov or writing to State Rep- vorship deed.
Corbin D. and Melinda
resentative Tony Burkley, 77 Crane Township
Rhonehouse to Jayson G.
South High Street, Columbus, Ronnie Jr. and Kelly S. Tut- Dangler; Sec. 15, 1.03 acres.
Ohio 43215.
tle to Nicholas Wittenmyer; Warranty deed.

Legislation keeping Ohio


on the path forward
The Ohio House of Representatives has been hard at work
the past several months passing
legislation that will benefit all
Ohioans in all corners of the
state. Three pieces of legislation
in particular that I was proud
to vote in favor of was a bill to
give small businesses increased
access to small claims courts, a
bill to establish online voter registration for Ohioans, and a bill
to prevent child sexual abuse to
protect our children.
House Bill 387 increases
the maximum monetary limit
for businesses trying to settle
claims in a small claims court.
Currently, the limit is $3,000,
however after unanimous passage by both the Ohio House
and Senate, the limit will soon
become $6,000.
Although this may seem like
a minor adjustment, this will
benefit Ohios businesses tremendously. Prior to this legislation, any cost above $3,000
that a company wishes to recoup required utilizing a higher
court, meaning higher court fees
and attorney fees. Doubling this
limit will not only put Ohio on
par with our surrounding states,
but it will also help business
owners to keep court costs
down so they can focus their

PRECIPITATION
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Property transfers

Rep. Tony Burkley


time and money on growing
their businesses.
The second beneficial piece
of legislation for Ohio is establishing an online voter registration system. Clearly, we have
entered the age of technology
where almost anything can be
done with the click of mouse or
the tap of a finger on a smartphone. So why cant registering
to vote be just as easy? Starting
in 2017, it will. Allowing Ohioans to register to vote, or change
their voting address through the
Internet, is a huge step forward
in encouraging more participation in our cherished democracy.
Finally, the Ohio House also
passed House Bill 85, also
known as Erins Law. Al-

ODOT projects

Police Report
ACCIDENT REPORTS
None.
INCIDENT REPORTS
Sunday, June 19
11:11 a.m. No contact was ordered among three individuals following a call to East Perry Street.
12:41 p.m. Domestic conflict
was looked into on North Sherman
Street.
1:03 p.m. A computer was reported missing from West Perry
Street.
Monday, June 20
2:15 p.m. Officers assisted Van
Wert police by attempting to locate
a missing youth in the village. He
was not here.
5:15 p.m. Police documented a
backing mishap on South Williams
Street involving a tree.
7:35 p.m. Report of a 4-wheeler
being operated on the wrong property was investigated and no violation was found.
10:44 p.m. Junk notice was served
on a West Wayne Street address.
Tuesday, June 21
1:44 p.m. Threats to a North Dix
Street resident was looked into.

Washington Township
Carolyn K. Pruden, et al. by
Sheriff to True Green Investments LLC; Sec. 17, 76.99
acres. Sheriffs deed.
Antwerp Village
Brett J. and Diana L. Rogge
to Dianna L. Rogge; Lots 1718, Wabash and Erie Canal
Addition. Quit claim.
Grover Hill Village
Thaddeus Walter Lang to
Walter R. Lang; Sec. 25, 0.25
acre. Quit claim.
Ricky C. and Nicole M.
Laney to Daniel Martin; Sec.
23, Outlots 12-14 and Parcels
12-13, 6.41 acres. Warranty
deed.
Joyce M. Kimmel, dec. to
MLJ Rentals; Sec. 26, Lot 89,
Original Plat, 0.2 acre. Fiduciary deed.
Oakwood Village
Mark and Sabine Deitering to Benjamin and Alisha
Manz; Lots 4-5, Taylor Addition, 0.36 acre. Warranty
deed.

Wednesday, June 22
10:50 a.m. An East Perry Street
resident came on station with a couple
complaints.
10:54 a.m. Incident on Skype reported by an Emerald Road resident
was investigated.
11:08 a.m. Property was reported
missing from West Perry Street. It
was located and returned.
5:12 p.m. Officers investigated
threats to an East Jackson Street resident. No contact between the parties
was ordered by police.
5:32 p.m. Money was reported
missing from West Perry Street.
Thursday, June 23
11:27 a.m. Bike was reported stolen from West Perry Street. The complainant called back later saying the
bike had been returned.
3:40 p.m. Police called the EMS for
a man found laying in a yard who was
having difficulty breathing.
5:43 p.m. IRS scam was reported
from West Jackson Street.
6:13 p.m. Childrens welfare was a
concern on West Wayne Street. The
matter was turned over to Job & Family Services.

9:30 p.m. Unwanted person at an


East Perry Street business was handled.
9:56 p.m. Officers were called to
McDonald Pike where a truck was
seen driving on the banks of the reservoir. It was gone when police arrived.
10:22 p.m. Assistance was given
Paulding sheriffs deputies with a
BAC test.
Friday, June 24
1:20 a.m. Theft of money from a
purse on South Williams Street was
investigated.
12:20 p.m. A bike previously reported stolen was seen by a family
member at LaFountain Park. It was
recovered by officers. The situation
remains under investigation.
5:28 p.m. Police delivered a message on North Main Street for Defiance Police Department.
8:10 p.m. Report of someone
shooting in Emerald Acres was unfounded.
8:58 p.m. Responding to a business alarm on North Williams Street,
police found the building secure.
10:49 p.m. Possible domestic situation on North Williams Street was
looked into.

Saturday, June 25
12:55 a.m. Following an assault
call on North Williams Street, a male
was arrested and taken to Paulding
County Jail.
1:54 p.m. Dog complaint was handled on Emerald Road.
Sunday, June 26
6:25 p.m. Paulding EMS was called to
a Gasser Road business where a subject
in a car was disoriented and had chest
pains.
10:40 p.m. Unruly juvenile complaint
came in from Emerald Road. Officers
were called back at 2:04 a.m. on June 27.

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.

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:
US 24 will have lane closures on
all bridges for a snooper operation.
Work is being performed by the ODOT
Paulding County maintenance garage.
Ohio 114 between U.S. 30 and
Ohio 49, just west of Township Road
11, closed May 31 for approximately 30
days for a culvert replacement. Traffic
is detoured.
Ohio 111 between Ohio 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.
The following impacts are upcoming due to bridge inspections: Ohio 49
over the Maumee River will be restricted
with traffic maintained on July 5; Ohio 66
over the Auglaize River will be restricted
with traffic maintained on July 5; Ohio
637 over the Auglaize River will be restricted with traffic maintained on July 6;
Ohio 613 over the Little Auglaize River
will be restricted with traffic maintained on July 6.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 5A

Legals
DOCUMENT 00020
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Village of Paulding will
receive sealed bids for the construction of the Water Tower Improvements Project.
Bids will be received in the Paulding Village Office, 116 S. Main
Street, Paulding, Ohio, until 12:30
p.m. (local time), July 13, 2016, at
which time the place bids will be
opened publicly and read aloud.
Bids received after 12:30 p.m.
(local time) will be returned unopened.
Bids will be received on a Unit
Price basis as outlined in the bid
documents.
The Water Tower Improvements
includes improvements to the
interior coating system of the existing 250,000 gallon water tower
on Grant Road. Also included are
other miscellaneous maintenance
improvements to the tower.
Bids must be signed and submitted on the separate bidding forms
included in the Bidding Documents, sealed in the provided envelope, and shall be accompanied
by either a Bid Guaranty Bond in
the amount of 100% of the Bid
amount or by a certified check, cashiers check, or letter of credit on
a solvent bank in the amount of not
less than 10% of the amount of the
Bid, subject to conditions provided
in the Instructions to Bidders. Bid
security, furnished in Bond form,
shall be issued by a Surety Company or Corporation licensed in
the State of Ohio to provide said
surety. The successful Bidder
will be required to furnish a satisfactory Performance Bond in the
amount of 100% of the Bid.
All contractors and sub-contractors involved with the project will,
to the extent practicable, use Ohio
Products, materials, services, and
labor in the implementation of
their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal
employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative

Code Chapter 123, the Governors


Executive Order of 1972, and
Governors Executive Order 84-9
shall be required.
Attention of bidders is called to
all of the requirements contained
in this bid packet, particularly to
the State of Ohio prevailing wage
rates, various insurance requirements, and various equal employment opportunity provisions.
The Bidding Documents, which
include Drawings, Specifications
and blank bid forms, may be examined and obtained at the office
of Access Engineering Solutions,
LLC, 1200 Irmscher Boulevard,
Suite B, Celina, Ohio, 45822.
Bidders may obtain copies of the
documents for $35.00 for each
complete set of documents. These
documents can be shipped at the
Bidders expense for an additional $15.00 for each complete
set of documents. Non-refundable checks are to be payable to
Access Engineering Solutions,
LLC. BIDS WILL ONLY BE
ACCEPTED FROM BIDDERS
LISTED ON THE ENGINEERS
OFFICIAL LIST OF PLAN
HOLDERS.
The Owner reserves the right to
reject each and every bid and to
waive informalities, irregularities
and errors in the bidding to the extent permitted by law.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 60 days after the actual date
of the opening thereof.
Advertise June 29, 2016

July 6, 2016
DOCUMENT 00020
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Village of Paulding will
receive sealed bids for the construction of the Water Meter Replacement Project.
Bids will be received in the Paulding Village Office, 116 S. Main
Street, Paulding, Ohio, until
12:00p.m. (local time), July 13,
2016, at which time and place bids
will be opened publicly and read

aloud. Bids received after 12:00


p.m. (local time) will be returned
unopened.
Bids will be received on a Unit
Price basis as outlined in the bid
documents.
The Water Meter Replacement
includes the installation of new
water meters and pits within the
Village of Paulding.
Bids must be signed and submitted on the separate bidding forms
included in the Bidding Documents, sealed in the provided envelope, and shall be accompanied
by either a Bid Guaranty Bond in
the amount of 100% of the Bid
amount or by a certified check, cashiers check, or letter of credit on
a solvent bank in the amount of not
less than 10% of the amount of the
Bid, subject to conditions provided
in the Instructions to Bidders. Bid
security, furnished in Bond form,
shall be issued by a Surety Company or Corporation licensed in
the State of Ohio to provide said
surety. The successful Bidder
will be required to furnish a satisfactory Performance Bond in the
amount of 100% of the Bid.
All contractors and sub-contractors involved with the project will,
to the extent practicable, use Ohio
Products, materials, services, and
labor in the implementation of
their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal
employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative
Code Chapter 123, the Governors
Executive Order of 1972, and
Governors Executive Order 84-9
shall be required.
Attention of bidders is called to
all of the requirements contained
in this bid packet, particularly to
the Davis-Bacon prevailing wage
rates, various insurance requirements, and various equal employment opportunity provisions.
The Bidding Documents, which
include Drawings, Specifications
and blank bid forms, may be examined and obtained at the office

of Access Engineering Solutions,


LLC, 1200 Irmscher Boulevard,
Suite B, Celina, Ohio, 45822.
Bidders may obtain copies of the
documents for $35.00 for each
complete set of documents. These
documents can be shipped at the
Bidders expense for an additional $15.00 for each complete
set of documents. Non-refundable checks are to be payable to
Access Engineering Solutions,
LLC. BIDS WILL ONLY BE
ACCEPTED FROM BIDDERS
LISTED ON THE ENGINEERS
OFFICIAL LIST OF PLAN
HOLDERS.
The Owner reserves the right to
reject each and every bid and to
waive informalities, irregularities
and errors in the bidding to the extent permitted by law.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 60 days after the actual date
of the opening thereof.
Advertise June 29, 2016

July 6, 2016
DOCUMENT 00020
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The Village of Paulding will receive sealed bids for the supply
and deilivery of materials and
equipment necessary for the Water
Meter Replacement Project Material Bid.
Bids will be received in the Paulding Village Office, 116 S. Main
Street, Paulding, Ohio, until
12:15pm (local time), July 13,
2016, at which time and place
bids will be opened publicly and
read aloud. Bids received after
12:15pm (local time) will be returned unopened.
Bids will be received on a Unit
Price basis as outlined in the bid
documents.
Bids must be signed and submitted
on the separate bidding forms included in the Bidding Documents,
sealed in the provided envelope
and shall be subject to conditions
provided in the Instructions to Bidders.

Bidder must be a State of Ohio


certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and be registered
with the Ohio Department of Administrative Services Equal Opportunity Division.
The Bidding Documents, which
include Specifications and blank
bid forms, may be examined and
obtained at the office of Access
Engineering Solutions, LLC, 1200
Irmscher Boulevard, Suite B, Celina, Ohio, 45822. Bidders may
obtain copies of the documents
for $35.00 for each complete set
of documents. These documents
can be shipped at the Bidders expense for an additional $15.00 for
each complete set of documents.
Non-refundable checks are to be
payable to Access Engineering
Solutions, LLC. BIDS WILL
ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM
BIDDERS LISTED ON THE
ENGINEERS OFFICIAL LIST
OF PLAN HOLDERS.
The Owner reserves the right to
reject each and every bid and to
waive informalities, irregularities
and errors in the bidding to the extent permitted by law.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within 60 days after the actual date
of the opening thereof.
Advertise June 29, 2016

July 6, 2016
LEGAL NOTICE
The following matters are the
subject of this public notice by
the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public
notice, including any additional
instructions for submitting comments, requesting information, a
public hearing, or filing an appeal
may be obtained at: http://www.
epa.ohio.gov/actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town
St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus,
Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-3037
email: HClerk@epa.ohio.gov
Application Received for Air
Permit ANR Pipeline CompanyMLV 68

12995 Township Rd. 283, Paulding, OH 45879 ID #: A0056253


Date of Action: 06/14/2016 Blowdown Silencer
Hazardous Waste Facility Closure
Action
Larry Lewis Junkyard
305 S McKinley St, Haviland, OH
45851
ID #: OHR000161646
Date of Action: 06/20/2016
On June 20, 2016, the Director
of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA), approved a hazardous waste closure
plan with modification, for clean
closure by removal and decontamination of hazardous waste from
the Tractor Trailer Unit of the
Larry Lewis Property, located at
303-305 South McKinley Street,
Haviland, Ohio 45851. Ohio EPA
ID# OHR 000 161 646. Pursuant
to Ohio Administrative Code Rule
3745-55-12, the facilitys closure
plan received on March 22, 2016,
is approved, with modifications,
as outlined in the Directors June
20, 2016 correspondence. This
final action was not precede by a
proposed action and is appealable
to the Environmental Review Appeals Commission.
Application Received for Air Permit
ANR Pipeline Company- 36
Loop Start and 501 Loop Start
13285 County Road 126, Paulding, OH 45879 ID #: A0056292
Date of Action: 06/23/2016 blowdown silencer and pig launcher/
receiver
Final Approval of Plans and Specifications Woodbridge Campground
8656 Rd 137, Paulding, OH 45879
ID #: 977189
Date of Action: 06/21/2016 This
final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable
to ERAC. Detail Plans for
PWSID:6333612 Revised Plan
No:977189 Regarding
Well Modifications & Distribution

Sheriffs Report
ACCIDENTS:
Friday, June 17
9:49 a.m. Marilyn Adams, 72, of Antwerp, was cited for improper turn following a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Roads 424 and 1031 in Crane
Township. She was traveling east on 424
in a 2011 Ford Edge. Reports say she attempted a left turn onto Road 1031 and
struck a 2012 Chevy Malibu operated by
Stephanie A. Clevinger, 43, of Antwerp,
which was stopped at the stop sign. Damage was minor to both vehicles. No injuries were reported.
Thursday, June 23
6:24 a.m. Justin L. Hadley, 18 of Napoleon, was taken from the scene of a
rollover accident by Paulding EMS. He
was assessed for possible injuries. Reports say he was traveling south on US
127 north of Road 162 in Crane Township in a 1999 Chevy Silverado pickup
truck when it went out of control. The
truck went off the east side of the road,
returned to the pavement before going off
the right a second time. This time it rolled
twice before coming to rest on its wheels.
The truck was disabled and towed.
INCIDENTS:
Friday, June 17
Noon. Cecil resident filed a dog complaint.
12:55 p.m. Possible child abuse was
reported from Jackson Township.
1:25 p.m. Dog complaint came in
from Washington Township near the
intersection of Ohio 66 and Road 148.
7:43 p.m. An Auglaize Township fire
unit returned to Road 169 in Auglaize
Township for a barn fire rekindle. They
were on the scene over two hours. Oakwood EMS stood by.
11:01 p.m. Domestic problem was
investigated on Fairground Drive.
Saturday, June 18
12:41 a.m. Deputies were called to
the fairgrounds for a fight call.
1:54 a.m. Alarm sounded at Grover
Hill Elementary School.

3:54 a.m. Allen County (Indiana)


Sheriffs office requested Payne Fire
Department to stand by at the Woodburn Fire Department. They were later
called to the scene of a fire on Brush
College Road and were there over 3
hours.
4:32 a.m. Paulding EMS was called
to a motor vehicle accident on US 24
east of Road 87 in Crane Township. No
transport was made. No further information was available.
10:02 a.m. Suspicious vehicle was
seen parked behind a dumpster on Ohio
66 in Brown Township.
3:48 p.m. Report of the theft of a
truck from Cecil was investigated.
6:20 p.m. Go-karts were being driven
on the streets in Haviland and on Ohio
114 in the village.
11:18 p.m. A loud bang and several
pops were heard across town in Latty
Village.
11:48 p.m. Deputies assisted Paulding police with an OVI investigation.
Sunday, June 19
12:58 a.m. Two EMS runs were
made from a structure fire located on
Road 60 near Road 187 in Washington Township. Oakwood and Grover
Hill each made transports from the
scene where four Grover Hill fire units
plus two from Oakwood and one from
Paulding fought a blaze. First responders were on the scene over two hours.
7:54 a.m. The barn fire on Road 169
in Auglaize Township rekindled a second time. Two Auglaize fire unit and
the Oakwood EMS were there over 30
minutes.
11:24 a.m. Female runaway from
Grover Hill was reported.
4:51 p.m. Scott fire and EMS units
responded to a grass fire along US 127
in Latty Township. They were on scene
less than 20 minutes.
5:25 p.m. A Harrison Township resident of Road 94 told deputies a semi
drove into their yard.

6 p.m. House fire on North Cherry


Street was doused by fire units from
Paulding, Antwerp and Cecil/Crane
Township. They were there about 40
minutes.
7:57 p.m. Gunshots were heard in
Melrose.
Monday, June 20
3:16 a.m. A driver told deputies a car
was parked on the bridge on Road 60
east of Ohio 637 in Latty Township and
people were fishing from the bridge.
6:45 a.m. Alarm sounded from
Wayne Trace High School on US 127
in Blue Creek Township.
10:11 a.m. Deputies assisted Allen
County (Indiana) Sheriffs office by delivering a message in Grover Hill.
10:42 a.m. Dog complaint was handled on South Cherry Street in Paulding.
12:26 p.m. Crane Township resident
of Road 206 lodged a dog complaint.
12:27 p.m. Dog complaint was filed
by a resident of Road 192 in Carryall
Township.
7:19 p.m. Threats were made against
a Crane Township resident on Road
206.
7:19 p.m. Complaint of an unwanted
person on Road 82 near the intersection
with Road 107 was fielded by deputies.
10:20 p.m. Lights were seen in the
old church on Road 111 in Auglaize
Township which was considered suspicious.
Tuesday, June 21
5:54 a.m. Van Wert Police Department relayed information that they had
arrested a subject on a Paulding County
warrant.
7:52 p.m. Telephone harassment
was looked into on Road 424 in Crane
Township.
8:58 a.m. Sexual abuse investigation
was started on Road 192.
11:08 a.m. Dog complaint was called
in by Paulding Police Department.
11:14 a.m. Antwerp Police Department requested an EMS on West River

Street for a subject whose foot was run


over by a car.
11:15 a.m. Threats against an Auglaize Township resident of Ohio 111
was looked into.
12:05 p.m. Someone started a brush
pile at the Antwerp Water Treatment
plant on fire.
12:12 p.m. Dog complaint was handled on Road 162 in Harrison Township.
1:27 p.m. An Oakwood resident told
deputies a child had been assaulted in
the park the previous day.
1:54 p.m. Assistance was provided
the Defiance County Dog Warden.
3:38 p.m. Two Oakwood fire units
and the EMS responded to a ditch fire
along Road 128 in Brown Township for
ten minutes.
4:30 p.m. Rodney Heath was arrested
on a warrant.
5:21 p.m. Theft from a barn on Road
169 in Auglaize Township was investigated.
10:05 p.m. Domestic situation on
Road 110 in Brown Township was handled.
Wednesday, June 22
12:13 a.m. Vehicle search was conducted on Road 138 in Jackson Township.
8:23 a.m. A truck was seen stuck on
mud road 163 in Brown Township.
8:37 a.m. Dog complaint was handled on Road 10 in Auglaize Township.
10:19 a.m. Payne resident registered
a dog complaint.
12:11 p.m. Dog complaint was
looked into on Road 138 in Jackson
Township.
12:12 p.m. Dog complaint was
lodged on Emerald Road in Paulding.
12:13 p.m. Crane Township resident
of Road 180 called in a dog complaint.
12:38 p.m. Theft from a car on Road
138 in Jackson Township was investigated.
1:08 p.m. Deputies investigated an

assault in Haviland.
7:47 p.m. A Carryall Township resident of Road 23 reported being threatened on Facebook.
8:34 p.m. Deputy reported a suspicious person on Ohio 637 in Latty
Township.
9:32 p.m. Deputies assisted Van
Wert Police Department in Scott.
Thursday, June 23
7:09 a.m. Business alarm sounded on
Road 107 in Blue Creek Township.
12:39 p.m. Dog complaint was handled in Scott.
12:40 p.m. Auglaize Township resident of Road 1037 lodged a dog complaint.
12:41 p.m. Dog complaint came in
from Road 143 in Emerald Township.
2:31 p.m. Oakwood EMS made a
transport from a rollover accident on
Ohio 111 in Auglaize Township. Oakwood and Auglaize Township fire departments assisted at the scene. Further
information was not available.
3:31 p.m. Dog complaint was taken
care of on Road 196 in Auglaize Township.
4:39 p.m. Cecil resident lodged a dog
complaint.
4:41 p.m. A Brown Township resident of Road 146 entered a dog complaint.
5:08 p.m. Dog complaint was handled
on Road 124 in Paulding Township.
6:59 p.m. Canine unit was deployed
on Road 103 in Paulding Township.
8:33 p.m. A trespasser was reportedly
fishing on complaints property on Road
8 in Crane Township.
9:37 p.m. Deputies arrested a subject
on Road 133 in Emerald Township on a
Defiance County warrant.
10:04 p.m. Assistance was given
troopers from Post 81 on Ohio 637 in
Auglaize Township.
Friday, June 24
1:31 a.m. Vehicle search was conducted on Emerald Road in Paulding.

County Court
Civil Docket:
Credit Adjustments Inc.,
Defiance vs. Mitchell C. Gonzales, Payne. Small claims,
satisfied.
Credit Adjustments Inc.,
Defiance vs. Nathan N. Nutter, Antwerp. Small claims,
satisfied.
Credit Adjustments Inc.,
Defiance vs. Rodney L. Jackman, Paulding. Small claims,
judgment for the plaintiff in
the sum of $2,381.52.
Snow & Sauerteig LLP,
Fort Wayne vs. Katie M.
King, Payne. Other action,
dismissed.
Criminal Docket:
Cody M. Grudowski,
Paulding, domestic violence,
amended to M4 level; $200
fine, $120 costs, both to be
taken from bond, one day
jail with 29 days suspended;
probation ordered, 40 hours
community service, no contact with victim.
Brent R. Hanenkratt, Paulding, furnishing to underage;

$500 fine, $140 costs; maintain general good behavior,


pay $2.35 restitution to the
Ohio Department of Public
Safety, maintain general good
behavior.
Brady A. Matthew, Continental, underage consumption, possession of marijuana
and paraphernalia; all three
charges dismissed without
prejudice per State, costs
waived.
Nichole L. Hornish, Oakwood, aggravated menacing;
dismissed per State.
Nichole L. Hornish, Oakwood, unauthorized use; $500
fine with $250 suspended,
$120 costs, both taken from
bond, 24 days jail and 156
days suspended; probation
ordered, no unlawful contact
with victims, no drugs or alcohol, attend Drug Court,
complete Third Millennium
drug course.
Steven E. Egnor, Paulding,
three counts burglary; defendant indicted by Grand Jury,

thus preliminary hearings


vacated, cases bound over to
Common Pleas Court.
Fabian Jesus Aguilar, Defiance, disorderly conduct; dismissed per State, $232 costs.
Jenifer Jo Flynn, Paulding,
two counts failure to confine;
$25 fine for each count plus
$96 costs, $18.48 restitution
to dog warden and $131.18 to
the victim.
Adam Deetz, Payne, disorderly conduct; $100 fine,
$87 costs, one day jail with
one day credit for time served
plus 29 days more suspended;
have evaluation at Westwood
and complete counseling, 20
hours community service.
Jordan David Koppenhofer,
Columbus, trespassing; $250
fine, $87 costs, both taken
from bond; maintain general
good behavior.
Jared L. Martenies, Antwerp, trespassing; $250 fine,
$87 costs.
Colby A. Feasby, Antwerp,
trespassing; $250 fine, $87

costs, both taken from bond;


maintain general good behavior.
Jeremy J. Landwehr, Antwerp, disorderly conduct;
$100 fine, $171 costs; maintain general good behavior.
Scott A. Turner, Cecil, confinement of dog; $25 fine, $77
costs.
Meghan J. Flint, Paulding,
confinement of dog; $25 fine,
$77 costs.
Sanasha L. Brewer, Indianapolis, possession marijuana; $75 fine, $87 costs,
6-month license suspension;
proof of financial responsibility provided.
Traffic Docket:
Randal E. Plummer, Keystone, Ind., overheight; dismissed, costs waived.
Paul R. Steffan, Leipsic,
seat belt; $20 fine, $50 costs.
Reid M. Steffan, Leipsic,
towing violation; $68 fine,
$80 costs.
Reid M. Steffan, Leipsic,
seat belt; $30 fine.

Zachary H. Richter, Hicksville, 71/55 speed; $43 fine,


$80 costs.
Marilyn M. Fruchey, Grover Hill, stop sign; $53 fine,
$77 costs.
Marquis A. Goings, Latty,
fictitious registration; dismissed without prejudice, $95
costs, pay by July 29 or sent
for collection (POC).
Edgardo Garcia Mendoza,
Toledo, driving under nonFRA suspension; dismissed
at States request.
Edgardo Garcia Mendoza,
Toledo, no operators license;
$43 fine, $87 costs, proof of
financial responsibility provided.
Edgardo Garcia Mendoza,
Toledo, 93/65 speed; $43
fine.
Johnathon R. Breckler,
Defiance, failure to control;
$75.51 fine, $104.49 costs,
July 29 POC.
Johnathon R. Breckler, Defiance, seat belt; dismissed
per State.

Harold E. Weaver, Payne,


seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Christine Kalinoski-Vertal,
North Olmsted, 87/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Willem M. Samson, Enosburg Falls, Vt., 82/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Richard J. Meyer, Hicksville, 70/55 speed; $43 fine,
$77 costs.
Mitchell Ned Harvey, Defiance, driving under FRA
suspension; $300 fine, $87
costs, pay $50 monthly, Dec.
16 POC.
Mitchell Ned Harvey, Defiance, display plates; $50 fine.
Corey L. Mick, Hicksville,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Michael F. Brugger,
Wooster, stop sign; $53 fine,
$80 costs.
Jacob A. Gordon, Fremont,
Ohio, 77/65 speed; $33 fine,
$77 costs.
Emmalee J. Jackman, DefiSee COUNTY COURT, page 6A

6A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

COMMUNITY
Engagement

Anniversary

ALLISON CLEVENGER
and
BRANDON GARMAN
PAULDING It is with
great pleasure that Rick and
Barb Clevenger of Paulding
announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Allison Marie,
to Brandon James Garman of
Angola, Ind. Brandon is the
son of Karen Krueger and the
late Eric Garman.
Allison is a 2009 graduate
of Paulding High School. She
earned a bachelors degree in
organizational leadership and
supervisor from Purdue University in Fort Wayne.
Brandon is a 2003 graduate of Prairie Heights High
School. He earned a bachelors degree in mechanical
engineering and a masters
degree in industrial technologies from Purdue University,

Birthdays
July 2 Brian Busch, Sarah
Flynn, Eugene D. Wirts.
July 3 Jaclyn K. Buchman,
Sandy Crisp, Ryan Mapes,
Jacob McDougall, Miranda
Mericle, Joe Rodriquez, Leman Saylor.
July 4 Charley Blackmore, Marvin Boehm, Cheryl
Caris, James Genero Jr., Lillian Genero, Brittanae Rose
Rios, Ashly Stafford, Victoria
VanHorn, Audrey Walk.
July 5 Konnor Bauer,
Shirley Bowers, Christopher
LaBounty-Collins,
Larry
Copsey, Erin Densmore, Amber Gebers, Audrie Genero,
Randy Martin, Albert Monroe, Tyler Stahl, Chloe Verfaillie.
July 6 Pat Arend, Merlin
Duke Busch, Drey Gamble,
Angela Gonzales, Dominic
Laker, Tracy Rau, Kennedy
Salinas.
July 7 Angel Adams,
Peyton Adams, Lee Dickey,
Justin Guelde, Olivia Hoisington, Teeghun Marlin, Danielle
Noffsinger, Braeden Pease,
Waneta Sanders, Tim Wirts.
July 8 Alissa Bok, Alexis
Dangler, Bob Gilbert, Jimena
Gomez, Susan Blackmore,
Jodie E. Parsons, Matthew
Shinners.
July 9 Caci Hyman, Kiera
Goings, Donald Greninger,
Mechial Mullins, Dan Nutter,
Cheryl Russell, Eliza Schlueter, Edward Ware, Gerald Wirick.

West Lafayette, Ind. He is


employed by Cooper Standard in Auburn and is also
engaged in farming.
The couple will exchange
vows in a private ceremony

n COUNTY

on July 9, 2016 at Lake Missionary Church in Angola,


followed by an open house
reception for family and
friends.
They will reside in Angola.

MR. and MRS. MAX PEASE

Wedding day in 1956

Mr. and Mrs. Max Pease recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.
Max Pease and Joan Harrow were married on June 24, 1956.
They are retired.
The couple has four children, Robin
(Roscoe) Hill of Greer, S.C., Mike (Ju-

lie) Pease of Latty, Lori (Jeff) Miller of


Haviland and Brad (Angie) Pease of Fernandina Beach, Fla. There are five grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
They celebrated their anniversary by
taking a family trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn.,
in April.

COURT

Continued from Page 4A


ance, marked lanes; $53 fine,
$77 costs.
Justin R. Taylor, Van Wert,
child support suspension;
$100 fine, $87 costs; show
proof of insurance.
Leslie R. Hayward, Toledo,
94/65 speed; $43 fine, $85
costs.
James Jackson, Detroit,
Mich., 80/65 speed; $43 fine,
$85 costs.
David S. Felimonik, Madison Heights, Mich., 81/65
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Fraser D. Jewell II, Fort
Wayne, 82/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Jason L. Wappes, Hicksville, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Wesley N. Hosier, Huntington, Ind., 84/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Andrianna M. Luna, Fort
Wayne, 85/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Christopher A. Gheen,
Haviland, display plates; $68
fine, $80 costs.
Samantha J. Smith, Payne,
stop sign; $53 fine, $77 costs.
Montana E. Brooks, Westland, Mich., 113/65 speed;
$93 fine, $85 costs.
Dustin L. Applegate, Oakland, Iowa, seat belt; $80
costs.
Darren E. Selmon, Toledo,
85/65 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
Thomas N. Hahn, Palos
Park, Ill., driving with expired
license; $68 fine, $80 costs.
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Jerel A. Tousley, Oakwood,
seat belt; $30 fine, $47 costs.
Joseph F. Gilliland, Dupont, seat belt; $28 fine, $47
costs.
Blake Rhone, Hazen, Ark.,
seat belt; $30 fine, $50 costs.
Ramdumdale H. Lafountain, Adrian, Mich., 82/65
speed; $43 fine, $80 costs.
Miguel R. Hernandez, Oakwood, driving under FRA
suspension; $400 fine, $87
costs, pay $25 monthly, Dec.
12 POC; proof of financial responsibility not provided.
Matthew Michael Lyons,
Delphos, stop sign; $53 fine,
$80 costs.
Dolly M. Little, Cloverdale, FRA suspension; $200
fine, $87 costs, Dec. 16 POC;
proof of financial responsibility not provided, warrant and
warrant block rescinded.
Dolly M. Little, Cloverdale,
headlights; $68 fine.
Sanasha L. Brewer, Indianapolis 85/65 speed; $43
fine, $77 costs, Sept. 30 POC;
proof of financial responsibility shown.
Timothy A. Mobley, Fort
Wayne, 84/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Michael W. Patterson,
Woodstock, Ill., 87/65 speed;
$43 fine, $80 costs.
Kazuhiro Yoshitomi, Carmel, Ind., 82/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Jarred S. Mason, Bedford,
Ind., 84/65 speed; $43 fine,

$80 costs.
Michael A. Wilhelm,
Paulding, 69/55 speed; $33
fine, $77 costs.
Joshua R. Sanchez, Munster, Ind., 87/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Steven W. Elkins, Continental, seat belt; $30 fine, $50
costs.
Jalyn N. Egnor, Van wert,
failure to control; $68 fine,
$77 costs, July 29 POC; proof
of financial responsibility not
provided.
Guriqbal S. Chahal, Brampton, Ont., 89/65 speed; $43
fine, $77 costs.
Michael A. Adams, Plymouth, Mich., 78/65 speed; $33
fine, $85 costs.
Naresh Ananthu, Saint
Charles, Mo., 78/65 speed;
$33 fine, $77 costs.
Thomas M. Jetmore, Indianapolis, 79/65 speed; $33
fine, $80 costs.
Brian A. Vorst, Delphos,
73/55 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.
William M. Moser, Fort
Wayne, 84/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Lacie Shay D. Lano, Fort
Wayne, 82/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Katherine M. Carlson,
North Baltimore, 66/55
speed; $43 fine, $77 costs.
Cassie L. Kreiger, Immokalee, Fla., 81/65 speed; $43
fine, $80 costs.
Todd Harter, Greenville,
78/55 speed; $43 fine, $80
costs.

PAULDING Paulding County

Sheriff Jason K. Landers is part of


a video production issued by Buckeye State Sheriffs Association
(BSSA). Sheriff Landers was chosen, along with three other sheriffs
from Ohios 88 counties, to narrate
BSSAs newly published 2016
marketing video/DVD.
The video was produced by
the Buckeye Sheriffs Education
Foundation and directed by The
Image Enhancing Committee.
This presentation explains the
duties of the sheriff offices, along
with promoting BSSA.
Sheriff Landers is honored to
have been selected by his peers
to represent the State of Ohio.
He hopes this video is around for
several years with its spotlight

SHERIFF LANDERS
for Paulding County.
The video is posted on Paulding County Sheriffs website,
www.pauldingohsheriff.com or
can be viewed at www.youtube.
com/watch?v=PpjnmDvw7pA.

Chamber to sponsor
Irish Splendor trip
PAULDING An eight-day
trip to Ireland is being planned
by the Paulding Chamber of
Commerce in cooperation with
Collette Travel.
Irish Splendor will begin Oct. 28 through Nov. 4.
The itinerary includes stops in
Dublin, Killarney, Ennis and
Kingscourt. Travelers will also
meet a local family, tour their
dairy farm and kiss the Blarney
Stone at Blarney Castle.

Round-trip
transportation
will be provided from Paulding
to Dayton International Airport.
Collette will handle flight and
hotel arrangements and luggage
transfers between hotels.
Cost is $3,049 per person for
double occupancy. For more information or to reserve a spot,
call the chamber office at 419399-5215, email pauldingchamber@gmail.com or visit www.
pauldingchamber.com.

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We will be closed July 4th thru the 12th.
But we will be right back
Wed., July 13th at 6:00 am

We Love You All!

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Thank you!

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April 9 thru September 25
EVERY WEEKEND

Saturdays9 am to 5 pm Sundays10 am to 4 pm

Featuring Carolina Carports & Golf Carts & Accessories

Thank You 2016 Hands of Hope

The Paulding County


Veterans Service Office

5K Run

Contributors!

The Paulding County Veterans Service Office is


dedicated to aiding Paulding County veterans and
their families in time of need.
There are two basic services the agency provides:
1 - Emergency Financial Assistance - Provide short
term financial assistance to eligible veterans and
their families who demonstrate a need. This includes, but is not limited to, food, gas, mortgage/
rent and assistance with utility payments.
2 - Claims Assistance - Provide services for veterans
and other claimants for help with VA claims for any
federal, state, or local benefits.
We also provide reimbursement for the cost of
transportation to VA medical facilities in our area, or
in the case where the veteran cannot drive
himself, we will provide a driver.
Our office hours are Tuesday thru Friday,
9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Arrangements can be made for
after office hours appointments
Any questions, please call 419-399-8285
810 E. Perry St, Paulding

NAPA
Dr. and Mrs. Wendell
Spangler
Grover Hill VFW
Griffith Family
Custom Assembly
Divine Mercy Parish
Williamson Insurance
Agency
Haviland Drainage
Jack and Karen Fetter
South Creek Farms
Cecil Community
Church
Spanglers Pub

Dairy Queen- Gary and


Kathy Cadwallader
Barry and Holly Rupp
Schlatters LLC
Antwerp Community
Church
The Well Community
and Youth Center
Jim and Tam Stoller
AGORA Coffee House
of Antwerp
Lees Interior Painting
Services
Alliance Automation
Thrivent Financial

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 7A

Goodbye and hello


The
last
to think of next
french fry has
years project.
been eaten, the
What I obpenny
last batch of ice
served in the
cream has been
4-H ers and
consumed, the
even the smalllast glass of
er kids was the
lemonade has
desire to raise,
cooled off our
show, and train
throats, but all
the best anigood
things
mal. Yes, this is
must come to
an agricultural
an end.
county and you
A n o t h can tell by the
By Nancy Whitaker
er
Paulding
dedication of
County fair has
past, present
gone by and
and future parit was a very
ticipants.
good week. The weather co- The fair is past and this
operated most of the time and one was number 156. For that
events were held as scheduled. many years farmers, children,
However, the directors dont wives and organizations have
stop here. Planning for next come together and the goal is
year is now on the agenda, still the same. Making Pauldplus kids are already starting ing County Fair the best.

for your Thoughts

NEW OFFICERS United Way of Paulding County board members elected new officers recently. From left are treasurer Cheryl
Eddy, vice president Megan Meeks, president Megan Clark and secretary Joanne Mobley. United Way is still accepting donations for
its current campaign. United Way of Paulding County raises funds for many nonprofits in the county. For more information about
United Way, go to www.unitedwayofpauldingcounty.org. or phone 419-399-8240

The 5K run sponsored by Hands of Hope Pregnancy Services attracted many runners of all ages on Friday.

Hands of Hope names 5K winners


4-H BRIGHT FUTURES The fluid flow experts of Green Leaf
Inc., an Indiana manufacturer of agricultural products, rural
lifestyle retailer Tractor Supply Company and 4-H Youth Development are pleased to announce Alexis Howell of Paulding is a
winner of the 2016 4-H Bright Futures Award. She was selected
by the 4-H Youth Development Ohio State University Extension,
Paulding County, and received a $25 Visa gift card and plaque.
Our values revolve around high ethics, respect, winning attitudes, teamwork, initiative and accountability, said Jessica
Holmes of Tractor Supply Company. These values align directly
with both Green Leaf and 4-H. We are pleased to help sponsor an
award that will now honor even more 4-H agriculture youth.

PAULDING Hands of Hope Pregnancy Services of Paulding held its 4th


Annual 5K Run/Walk on Friday, June
24.
The fundraiser was held at the Paulding County Fairgrounds.
Organizers said they are very thankful
for all the support given, noting, We
will do our best at Hands of Hope to use
all the proceeds wisely to benefit women
and young children in our community.
Top Overall Male winner was Tyler
Reese, who received a medal and $75
gift card to Dicks Sporting Goods.

Top Overall Female winner Gracie


Laukhuf received a medal and a $75 gift
card to Dicks Sporting Goods.
Age group winners were:
9 and Under
Top Male: Seth Rosswurm
Top Female: Esther Schrenk
Ages 10-14
Top Male: Brooks Laukhuf
Top Female: Grace LeMieux
Ages 15-19
Top Male: Gregory Delee
Top Female: Gracie Laukhuf
Ages 20-29

Top Male: Tyler Reese


Top Female: Abigail Schrenk
Ages 30-39
Top Male: Brian Wenninger
Top Female: Alissa Knapp
Ages 40-49
Top Male: Jeff Schultz
Top Female: Sandy Sanders
Ages 50-59
Top Male: Steve Jackson
Top Female: Annette Nygaard
Ages 60 and Up
Top Male: David Burtch
Top Female: Pam Reese

SWCD announces program


for nutrient management
PAULDING Office of the Paulding County Soil and Water
Conservation District (SWCD) has announced a new state initiative for nutrient management.
According to a press release from the local SWCD, this management will come through the placement/injection of fertilizers. Under the new program, Paulding SWCD may approve
reimbursement to producers for certain costs. Verification must
be provided.
Reimbursements may be received for soil testing on grids
from 2.5 to 10 acres in size at a rate of $9 per acre; and for VRT
fertilizer placement at a depth of 1.5 at a rate of $26 per acre.
Agreements will list the acreage, up to 250 acres per producer
that all to lie within Paulding County, in which the producers
will be able to place fertilizer below the soil surface; and a grid
soil test at a maximum of $35 per acre.
Timeline for soil testing and fertilizer placement is 12 months.
Verification to receive refunds include copies of current grid
soil tests as applied maps for fertilizer applications.
Agreements may be submitted on a continuous basis. Written
Gracie Laukhuf and Tyler Reese were the top runners at Hands
confirmation of approval will be made.
No reimbursements will be made for applications of phospho- of Hope Pregnancy Services 5K run on June 24.
rus that exceed the Tri-State Fertility Guide recommendations.
For more information contact Daniel at 419-399-4771 or by
visiting the office at 900B Fairground Dr., Paulding.
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Antwerp, OH 45813
Payne, Ohio
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Payne, OH 45880
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260-657-1000
18214 SR Thirty-Seven
Harlan, IN 46743

COOPER GRANT FOR READING MATERIALS Olivia Miles,


Anya Mead and Kyler Foor show Dianne Cooper a few of the
books available in their reading center. The leveled readers were
purchased through a Cooper Education Grant. Many educational
resources at Oakwood Elementary have been made available to
the teachers and students through Cooper Familys generosity,
for which they are very grateful.

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8A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Financial Focus

How Can You Declare Your


Financial Independence?

By Phil Recker
Edward Jones Advisor
Next week, we observe the
4th of July with sparklers, picnics and parades. And living in
a country that offers so much
freedom, we have a lot to celebrate. But on a more personal
level, you may still be working toward another type of
independence financial independence. What can you do
to speed your progress toward
this goal?
Here are some ideas to think
about:
Free yourself from excessive fear. As an investor, its
not hard to find something to
fear. Oil prices, interest rates,
political squabbles, even natural disasters at any given
time, each of these factors (and
many more) might be blamed
for volatility in the financial

markets. In response, many


people take a time out from
investing. Dont let fear hold
you back. It takes discipline
and some mental toughness to
stay invested in all economic
environments, but if youre
constantly jumping in and out
of the market, youre almost
guaranteed to miss out on the
kind of continuity and opportunities you need to move toward your financial freedom.
Liberate your investments
growth potential. Many investors avoid investing too
aggressively, wishing to lower
their risk level. And thats certainly not a bad idea. On the
other hand, you can easily slip
into investing too safely by
keeping the bulk of your portfolio in investments that protect your principal but offer
so little in the way of return
that they may not even keep
up with inflation. So, try to
always maintain a reasonable
percentage of growth-oriented
vehicles in your portfolio. The
exact amount may depend on
your age and tolerance for
risk, but at virtually every
stage of your life, you need
some growth potential.
Avoid the tyranny of debt.
Its not easy to stay out of debt.
But carrying a heavy debt load
is truly a burden youre not
only concerned about making
the payments, but youre also
depriving yourself of dollars
that could be used to invest

for your future. Try to do everything you can to live within


your means and avoid racking
up more debt than is necessary. And when you do whittle down your debts, put that
found money to work. The
more you put in your investment portfolio, the more opportunities you have to reach
your objectives.
Free your thinking about
the future. Heres another
roadblock on your journey toward financial independence:
short-term thinking. Instead of
seeking quick gains (which are
notoriously hard to achieve),
strive for steady growth. Instead of reacting to the news
of the day by making impulsive moves, chart a long-term
strategy thats appropriate for
your needs, and stick to it. Instead of focusing on the losses
you might see on one months
investment statement, look
back over the progress youve
made over the last five or 10
years. In short, worry less
about today and plan for tomorrow.
It will take a lot of time, effort and patience to ultimately
achieve your own Financial
Independence Day. But once
you do, youll have reason to
rejoice and you wont even
need the fireworks.
This article was written
by Edward Jones for use by
your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor.

Business News

New agents join Straley Realty


PAULDING Straley Realty Auctioneers Inc. is very
pleased and proud to announce the addition of two
new agents.
Bernice Bernie (Smith)
Meadows has recently successfully completed all state
and national testing requirements from the Ohio Department of Commerce and has
become a licensed real estate
agent with the firm Straley Realty & Auctioneers Inc. in its
Paulding office.
Meadows is a lifelong resident of Paulding and graduated from Paulding High
School. She furthered her
education at Indiana Institute
of Technology and also at the
Hondros College of Business
in Toledo, where she completed all course work for her
Ohio real estate license.
Bernie and her husband of
20 years, Larry, have three
children and five grandchildren. They reside in Paulding
and attend the Paulding United Methodist Church.
Bernie would welcome to
assist both clients and customers in their real estate needs.
She can be reached anytime at
419-769-3675.
Robert W. Miller is also joining the Paulding office staff.

Miller graduated from
Paulding High School and attended Bowling Green State
University. He spent 30 years
working for North American
Van Lines and held many
positions, including office
manager. After retiring from
there, he managed the VFW
in Paulding along with maintenance work at St. Josephs
Catholic Church.
Miller attended the Hondros
College of Business in Toledo
completing all educational re-

Bicentennial celebrations, bat boy,


Eds gas station grand opening
This week I am keying in
on June 28, 1956 and June
30, 1976. The 1976 edition
had several stories about the
bicentennial celebration and
therefore I have included
many names from Paulding
County communities that
were highlighted in the newspapers special edition.
June 28, 1956 ... A new
doctor is in town. Dr. John D.
Schaefer and his wife will be
moving to Paulding. He is a
graduate of Ohio State University and served his internship at Mt. Carmel Hospital in
Columbus.
Miss Joyce Ann Stiver and
Norman Gene Wieble exchanged double ring nuptial
vows on June 16.
Specialist Third Class John
J. Strayer of Payne was congratulated by Maj. Gen. Carl
F. Fritzsche, chief of the Korean Military Advisory Group,
after receiving the commendation ribbon for meritorious
service in Korea.
Notice farmers: We have
manganese spray for your
means. Six cents per pound
Carr Tractor Sales, Paulding.
Grand Opening: Eds Sohio
Service, a new Standard Oil
Company (Ohio) dealer station at the corner of Walnut
and Second streets, Oakwood
will open June 30. The owner
is Edward H. Fogle.
June 30, 1976 ... Senator
Robert Taft Jr. and wife Kay
along with Walter Hinrichs
and Norman Cook walked
through the fairgrounds
during the Bicentennial.
Oakwood: The Rev. John
Powell will serve as the pastor
of the Oakwood United Methodist Church for the next year.
Broughton: Mrs. Ed Doster
was a recent visitor of Mr.
and Mrs. Delmar Densmore,
Melrose, Mrs. Betty Keck
and family, Oakwood, and her
brothers, Amel Densmore,
Hedges and Melvin, Kenneth,
and Bud Densmore, of Melrose.
Payne: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wobler, Payne, and Mr.
and Mrs. Gary Wobler and
family of Paulding, returned
home last Friday night from a

Days
Those were the

By Joe Shouse
week spent in Canada.
Bruce Whitman, 12-yearold son of Larry and Shaaron
Whitman, Payne, was chosen Honorary Bat Boy of the
Month by WANE TV, Fort
Wayne.
Members of the Grover Hill
Volunteer Fire Department:
Margaret Craft, Marge Stahl,
Gary Miller, Cecil Crawford,
Keith Fruchey, Sam Miller,

From the Progres in 1976: Bruce Whitman, Honorary Bat Boy


of the Month at WANE-TV, waits while Chicago Cubs catcher
Steve Swisher signs his autograph.

Business News

Recker receives Edward Jones award

BERNICE MEADOWS

BOB MILLER

quirements for his Ohio real


estate license and successfully passed all testing requirements from the state to receive
his license.
He and his wife, the former Heather Dirham, have
three children and six grandchildren. The couple reside
in Paulding and attend St.
Josephs. Miller has great

knowledge of the county and


its residents as he has been a
lifelong resident.
For Bobs assistance with
your real estate needs, he
may be reached at the Straley
Paulding office 419-399-4444
or his personal phone at 419376-0955. He is very enthused
about his new career and
would welcome your calls.

PAULDING Phil Recker of the financial


services firm Edward Jones in Paulding, recently won the firms Ed Armstrong Award for
his exceptional achievement in building client
relationships.
The award is named after Ed Armstrong,
who built a successful branch office and contributed to his community of Grand Island,
Neb., since 1977.
Recker was one of 1,908 of the firms 14,000
financial advisors to receive the Ed Armstrong
award.
Its truly an honor to receive recognition

for building relationships with those clients


we serve, said Recker. And its quite inspirational to receive an award named after a firm
legend such as Ed Armstrong, who was dedicated to individual investors and understood
each investors unique financial goals.
Phils success hinges on his ability to know
and understand the financial needs and goals
of his clients, long-term individual investors,
said Jim Weddle, the firms managing partner.
Our clients most appreciate recommendations tailored to their situations and the high
level of personal service Phil provides.

Two residents join Paragon


Woodburn historical society meets
Glass accounting team
ANTWERP Paragon Tempered Glass, a glass fabrication
and tempering business with facilities in Antwer and Niles,
Mich., has added to their accounting team.
Matt Kelly, a Paulding native, is the new controller for both
Paragon facilities. Matt has over 20 years experience in accounting and 10 years as a controller. He is active in the Paulding community where he currently lives with his wife Beth and
their three children. He graduated from Ohio State University
and began his working career at Paragon (formerly Spec-Temp)
for four summers while in college.
Nicole Gross, also a native of Paulding, is the new senior
accountant. Nicole has 17 years of accounting and operations
experience, involving accounting information systems and
benchmark statistics.
She lives in Payne with her husband, Eric Gross, and their
daughter, Jada. Nicole received her bachelors degree in accounting from The Defiance College.

WOODBURN The
Woodburn Community Historical Society met Thursday, May 26 at the Woodburn
Library.
The object of this organization shall be to create, stimulate, collect, document, and
maintain an interest in all matters pertaining to documenting
history and to promote educational endeavors through pictures and articles. Annual dues
shall be $7 per membership.
There was a round-table
discussion on local families. It is hopeful that in the
future that an updated local

biographical history book of is enough to bind and print.


Woodburn area families may Only identified pictures and
be in the making. Those in- copies that are clear will be
terested in contributing fam- accepted.
ily history are encouraged to A nominating committee
contact the society or attend was to be formed in May and
a meeting to pick up forms elections to follow in June.
that will soon be available. For more information conThere will be limited space tact president Gloria Gerig at
for some pictures, a family 1-260-632-5268 or Caroline
group sheet, a lineage chart, Zimmerman at 419-258-2222.
and two-page printed family
history.
All submitted information
will become the property of
the Woodburn Community has been serving county
Historical Society. It will be readers and businesses for
put into file folders until there more than a century!

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Paulding Chamber of Commerce officers for the bicentennial: John Bachellor, president; Allen Harp, first vice
president; Don Benschneider,
second vice president; Dortha
Schaefer, secretary; Orlando Foust, treasurer; Gene
Wobler, Roger Gerber, Gary
Cadwallader, Leo Davis,
Maurice Wannemacher and
Harold Wood, board members.
Antwerp Village Council members: John Mundy,
mayor; Laurence Cromley,
council president; Donald
Smith, clerk-treasurer; Randy
Brooks, Dana Price, Richard
Butyok, Jack Brown, and Dale
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Wetzel club members donated over $25K to charities in 2015


and items children needed for
about 190 kids in the community
during the Christmas season.
If it wasnt for kids, none of us
would be here, he said.
When the Wetzel Motorcycle
Club started in the summer
of 1986, one of the goals of
the founding members was to
change the stereotyped image of
bikers.
Its kind of interesting because we started out as a joke,
Krick said.
The story has it that a group
of friends were planning to take
a road trip the next day on their
motorcycles when one of them
mentioned he needed a bigger
gas tank. His friends agreed to
put a bigger one on as he had to
leave for work. When his friends
were ready to take him his motorcycle, the one who had to ride
it there did not want to because it
was ugly.
To make it look better, the
friends spray painted flames and
painted Property of Wetzel M
C on it and so the club began.
Their mission of changing
stereotypes of bikers led them to
hold the first party in September
of 1987 to raise money that would
go to help people financially in
the community. With less than
500 people attending the first
party, no money was made, but

the friends continued hosting the


party and it grew each year.
We have two events a year
and that covers our expenses as
far as the ground we bought and
are paying for, upkeep and operations and what we can give
back to the community, Krick
explained.
In 1992, the club purchased
property which is now known as
Wetzelland.
I think the farming community is finally starting to embrace
us, finally realizing that its not a
trash pit out there. Its cleaned up
within a week of the party, you
cant even tell we had a party,
he said. We do take a feed hay
off of it. Were trying to be a good
steward of the land, too.
Before the main event this
year, the club will host the second
annual Wetzellands Battle of the
Bands. This year the event will
be noon to midnight on June 11.
A couple of the younger
members thought itd be a good
idea to get some of the local talents involved, he said.
Krick promises the event is
family friendly. The cost is $10
for those older than 12, those
younger are free.
The winner of the battle of the
bands will perform on stage Saturday night at the main event in
July as well as a cash prize and

New program introduced at


Vantage Board of Education
By Colin Kriegel
DHI Community Reporter
VAN WERT Vantage Career Center held its
regular July Board of Education meeting a bit
early to accommodate the busy month of July
for board members.
The June 23 meeting was the last for director
Ben Winans, as he recently accepted the Wayne
Trace superintendent position.
Im not sure there is a means to measure the
experiences I have gained over the course of my
time here the last 10 years, Winans said to the
board members in attendance. I certainly know
I can not find enough words to thank all of you.
Penny Baucom, cafeteria manager, kicked off
the meeting with a report of a new milk supplier
for the Vantage cafeteria. Schenkels Dairy out
of Huntington, Ind. will replace Aarps Dairy.
There is a half cent difference with the new supplier.
The main difference was that Schenkels was
able to set a locked price. Aarps had the potential to raise or lower a half cent of the quote.
Ted Verhoff, career technical supervisor at
Vantage, was on hand to introduce a new Construction Equipment Technologies program. The
program will be for juniors and seniors. The first
year can only take 13 students, which the program has maxed out at.
The program will be a four-semester course.
The first semester will be on core and sustainable construction. Semester two will be carpentry and masonry tech skills. The third semester
will focus on heavy equipment operations. The
final semester of the program will cover construction site preparation.
Verhoff believes they have the perfect piece

of land on Vantage property with plenty of space


to use the sizeable equipment. The public will
also be able to see the program in action from the
road, which Verhoff believes is a positive.
As people drive by they see equipment out
there, students operating it, he said. We think
thats going to be a great selling point. I expect
every year that we will see a full class in that
program.
The meeting saw several updates from treasurer Laura Peters, including the approval of fiscal year 2016 final revenues and appropriations
as well as approval of fiscal year 2017 temporary
revenues and appropriations.
The board approved:
Employment for Alaina Ellis, one year, as
secretary.
Supplemental contracts for Mary Ann Falk
for Lead Teacher and Penny Baucom as Special
Events worker.
The Ohio Technical Center instructors, as
needed, as scheduled, for the 2016-17 school
year: Lonnie Schlosser, Natoshia Wilhelm, Donna Wheeler and Theresa Mengerink.
Hiring of Tony Unverferth as Director of
Career Technical Education for three years, as
needed, as scheduled for the 2016-17 school
year.
Lunch prices for the 2016-17 school year.
Student standard full lunch - $2.90, adult standard full Lunch - $3.40, student super lunch
- $3.40, adult super lunch - $3.95, student
specialty lunch - $3.95, adult specialty lunch $4.45, student reduced lunch - 40 cents, student
breakfast - $1.60, adult breakfast - $1.85, student
reduced breakfast - 30 cents, student milk - 55
cents.

ATTENDS SYMPOSIUM Abram Klopfenstein of Paulding, an Northwest State Community College (NSCC) student studying crop and soil management, recently attended the Rural College
Symposium in Washington, D.C. NSCC was one of eight community colleges in the nation to receive funding through the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the American Association of Community
Colleges, and the Rural Community College Alliance, to enhance their agricultural and rural cooperatives initiatives. From left are Dr. Michael Wolfe, NSCC Dean of Business; Abram Klopfenstein;
and Jerry Klopfenstein, NSCC Crop & Soil Management Advisory Board.

three hours of studio time with


Hayloft Recording Studios.
The bands who will perform
during the Battle of the Bands
are Bootleg, KodeBreaker, Sudden Switch, Silence the Echoes,
Muddsock and For Play.
The last weekend in July will
bring the familiar sight of thousands of motorcycles to the area
for the 30th annual bash. Wetzelland will be July 29-31 and will
feature headliners Jackyl on Friday and Theory of a Deadman
and Hinder on Saturday night.
Also performing are The
Brother Band only on Friday
and The Burnt River Band and
Jasmine Cain on both Friday and
Saturday.
The weekend-long event also
includes biker rodeo games, a
tattoo contest, new and used
parts vendors, the EasyRiders
show truck and more. Tickets are
on sale now for $50 and attendees
must be 21 to enter.
The planning for next years party will start the day after this years.
For Krick, the Wetzel Motorcycle Club gives him a sense of
belonging other than just a job.
This is just a way to give
back to the community and to do
something I enjoy go out ridDHI Media file photo
ing motorcycles and go out with
friends and the family feeling Wetzel Motorcycle Club is gearing up for its 30th annual party
part of it just adds to it, he said. at Wetzelland in July.

Commissioners Journal
Commissioners Journal June 6,
2016
This 6th 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
Kim Sutton, program director,
County Court Probation, presented the
paperwork for the County Court Probation grant from the Ohio Department
of Rehabilitation and Corrections. The
grant is for $54,351 and is utilized by
the Paulding County Court Probation
for operations.
Jim Langham, Paulding Progress The commissioners directed Langham
to the engineers office to learn about
their summer paving projects. They
also suggested he talk to Deb Guilford
regarding the changes at the Paulding
County Board of DD.
Marsha Yeutter, senior center, reported she is hiring a driver. She also
noted the summer food program starts
serving meals today. The summer food
program serves children up to 13 years
of age and is offered in conjunction
with NOCAC. The meals are served at
LaFountain Park. There is no income
eligible requirements. Yeutter said they
typically serve between 100 and 125
meals each day.
She went on to report she has applied for United Way funds. Yeutter
was happy to report the senior center
recently accepted a generous donation from Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Shisler,
which will no doubt be used for building improvements.
Yeutter encouraged the commissioners to attend the festivities during
Senior Day on Tuesday, June 14, at the
Paulding County Fair. She noted she
is soliciting for donations for the box
lunches to be served.
County Treasurer Lou Ann
Wannemacher presented additional
procurement cards information for the
commissioners review.
IN THE MATTER OF AMENDING
THE 2016 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION (FUND 076)
Klopfenstein moved to adopt the
following resolution:
WHEREAS, it was the intention, on
May 4, 2016, of the Board of County
Commissioners to direct the County
Auditor to amend the 2016 Annual
Appropriation by appropriating funds
in the LEPC Fund; now, therefore
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
LEPC Fund (Fund 076), to-wit; 076001-00011/LEPC/Other Expense
AMOUNT: $6,803.
IN THE MATTER OF CREATING
A NEW FUND (FUND 284) CREATING NEW REVENUE AND EXPENSE LINE ITEMS, ESTIMATING REVENUE AND APPROPRIATING TO EXPENSE LINES
Klopfenstein moved to adopt the
following resolution:
WHEREAS, a new fund must be
created to accurately track expenses
and revenue associated with the Water
Pollution Control Loan (WPCL) Fund;
now therefore
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board
of County Commissioners does hereby

direct the County Auditor to create the


LPCL Fund (Fund 284), estimate the
revenue, and appropriate to the following expense line items for said fund,
to-wit;
New Fund: Fund 284 WPCL Fund
Revenue Line Item; Estimated Revenue: 284-001-10001 Grant Receipts
$225,000, 284-001-10002 Property
Owners % $10,000
Expense Line Item; Appropriation:
284-001-00001 Contractors Services
$235,000
IN THE MATTER OF SETTING A
TAP FEE FOR THE AUGLAIZE
RIVER SEWER FOR PAULDING COUNTY RESIDENTS NOT
HOOKED UP THROUGH THE
ORIGINAL CONSTRUCTION
PROJECT
Klopfenstein moved to adopt the
following resolution:
WHEREAS, on November 8, 2010,
the Auglaize River Sewer District #
1 Vacant Lot Charge Policy was adopted; and
WHEREAS, the tap fee for residents
not hooked up through the original construction project was set at $1,000 plus
the debt service per year, and
WHEREAS, the Commissioners
have evaluated this fee; now, therefore
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paulding County Board of Commissioners
does hereby approve a $4,000 flat combined tap fee and ready to serve charge,
no matter if the property is commercial
or residential; and be it further
RESOLVED, that the $4,000 fee
is effective Jan. 1, 2017, subject to
change at any time after review by the
Paulding County Commissioners; and
be it further
RESOLVED, the responsibility for
all costs of the installation of the tap
and hookup to the residence remains
with the owner of the property.
IN THE MATTER OF MAINTENANCE ASSESSMENTS FOR
THE DUPLICATE YEAR 2016,
COLLECTED IN 2017, ON JOINT
DITCHES WITH DEFIANCE
COUNTY ORC 6137.03
This 6th day of June, 2016, the Joint
Board of County Commissioners of
Paulding and Defiance Counties met
in regular session in their perspective
chambers via telephone conference
with the following members present:
PAULDING COUNTY Roy
Klopfenstein, Tony Zartman, Mark
Holtsberry
DEFIANCE COUNTY Thomas
Kime, Ryan Mack, Otto Nicely
Kime moved to adopt the following

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WETZEL As the Wetzel
Motorcycle Club prepares for its
30th year hosting its annual bash
at Wetzelland, club members are
not just thinking about the main
event, they are looking ahead at
all the children they will be able
to help and the organizations
they will be able to support with
the funds raised.
For the Wetzel Motorcycle
Club, creating a better image for
bikers is important.
Were trying to show people
that motorcycle riders arent a
bad group of people because we
do a lot of other things, Tony
Krick, Wetzel Motorcycle Club
spokesperson, said.
Youve probably seen a mother steer her kids away from us
when were in line at the store
and things like that, he continued. Theres no reason for that.
A grandfather himself, Krick
wants the community to know
the members of the Wetzel Motorcycle Club want to help the
community.
In 2015, Krick estimates
the motorcycle club donated
$25,000-$30,000 back to the
community through local charities, mostly organizations that
benefit children.
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WHEREAS, Ryan Mapes, Paulding
County SWCD Ditch Maintenance,
has reported the proposed maintenance
collections for the 2016 duplicates with
Paulding and Defiance Counties, information sheets attached, and should be
placed on the 2016 tax duplicate, to
be collected in 2017, for maintenance;
now, therefore
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funds, it is deemed necessary to run the
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percentage and the amount provided
based on the benefits, and that the same
be and is hereby levied upon such benefited areas as aforesaid, all in accordance with the provisions of Section
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and be it further
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hereby ordered and directed to place
such ditch maintenance assessments on
the 2016 tax duplicate, to be collected
in 2017, of the respective counties; and
be it further
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will be closed Monday
for the Fourth of July holiday. The deadline for all
ads and news items for
the July 6 Progress will
be at noon Friday, July 1.
Our staff appreciates your
cooperation.

ESTATE SALE
In Briceton at 7570 Rd 87
Walk through the house, no worry about weather. Ladies dresses,
knick-knacks, quilts, some toys,
entertainment center, shelf units,
hide-a-bed love seat, tools, collectables out the wazoo. ANTIQUES appraised at almost $4000, including
a dinette set, stove, buffet, White
sewing machine and much, much
more. While you are there feel free
to make an offer on the house also!
It sits on about 3/4 acre, one of the
nicest lots in Briceton.

Wednesday June 29,


Thursday June 30 and
Friday July 1 9:00-5:00

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Will Not Avoid Penalty or
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July 7
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July 21
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Paulding County Hospital.
Be sure to check out the
gift shop while you are there.
Many new items. Thank
you for your support.

Trailer Tax Will Be Due


Friday, July 29, 2016
Paulding County Treasurer
Lou Ann Wannemacher
Phone: 419-399-8280
Office Hours are
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

10A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Niswonger unveils Ten Years Of WOW season


VAN WERT Ten years of
fun.
Ten years of big name entertainment.
Ten years of WOW!
The Niswonger Performing
Arts Center is celebrating a
milestone season with Ten Years
of WOW. Its been 10 years in
the making and its going to be
simply over-the-top. There has
never been a better time to explore the arts at the Niswonger,
so jump in and see how to escape
the norm with entertainment and
inspiration from the Niswonger
Ten Years of WOW 2016-2017
season.
The Niswongers 10th anniversary season kicks off with
two of the most influential men
in the jazz world. Sunday, Sept.
24 at 7:30 p.m. Chuck and Karen Koch along with Jim and
Theresa Robideau present Jonathan Butler and Gerald Albright.
These jazz legends will have you
dancing in the aisles and singing
along the whole night.
These days are ours, happy and free with Happy Days
Live presented by Kevin Laing
D.D.S. on Saturday, Oct. 1 at
7:30 p.m. Take a trip down memory lane with Potsie and Ralph
as they celebrate the shows 40th
anniversary. Anson Williams
and Donny Most will be sharing
some of their favorite moments
from Happy Days along with
rare photos, live music, and never before seen video about their
coming-of-age experiences on
the show.
Prepare to go into the wild
right here at the Niswonger.
Back by popular demand is
Americas favorite zoo keeper
and his favorite furry friends
in Jack Hanna Into the Wild
LIVE, Saturday, Oct. 8 at 3
p.m., presented by Belna Petroleum. Hannas insight into the
protection and conservation of
the planets wildlife combined
with a live show full of some of
peoples favorite endangered animals will leave onlookers with
a renewed appreciation for all
creatures, great and small.
A night of praise and worship is coming to the Niswonger
Sunday, Oct. 16 with Christian
chart-topper Colton Dixon presented by Youth For Christ. This
American Idol alum has been
making waves in the Christian
music industry with smash hits
More of You and Limitless
off his sophomore album Anchor.
Youve seen the movies;
youve watched the award winning television competition; now
get ready for some ac-a-mazing talent with the brand new
acapella group Vocalosity Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m., presented by Slushers Jewelry. Founded
by the artistic producer of both
Pitch Perfect and The SingOff, Deke Sharon, this group
features 12 dynamic voices singing some of todays chart-topping
hits in brand-new arrangements

The Boston Pops, Bernadette Peters, Jack Hanna, Vince Gill and Sandi Patti are just a few of the performers and personalities who will appear on the stage of the
Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Van Wert. The NPAC is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
too incredible to miss.
Well start walkin your way
if you start walking toward the
Niswonger for a night of country
hits with Diamond Rio, Saturday, Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m., courtesy of Celina Moving & Storage.
This six-time vocal group of the
year will take you on a journey
through award-winning country
history with some of their biggest hits from the 80s and 90s.
Everybodys favorite syrup-loving Christmas Elf is venturing through the candy-cane
forest to come to the Niswonger
on Monday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
in Elf The Musical On Tour,
presented by First Federal Bank.
This heart-warming, side-splitting family musical will be
sure to get you in the mood for
Christmas and have you embracing your inner elf as Buddy the
Elf helps his naughty-list father
remember the true meaning of
Christmas.
She helped the Niswonger say
hello in 2007, now were helping
her say farewell. Its Sandi Patty:
Christmas Blessings, on Sunday,
Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. After a long
award-winning career, Sandi
Patty is visiting over 90 cities
across the globe to perform one
last time for all her fans.
Celebrate a family tradition as
the legacy continues with The
Andy Williams Christmas Extravaganza presented by Belna
Petroleum on Saturday, Dec.
10 at 7:30 p.m. Starring the Osmond Brothers and the Lennon
Sisters, The Andy Williams
Christmas Extravaganza brings
all the variety that made Andys
holiday specials so spectacular.
Swinging into town just
in time for Christmas and back
by popular demand is John
Teshs Big Band Christmas, on
Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m.,
presented by Bose McKinney
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singing and playing alongside
his 14-piece big band playing all
your favorite holiday hits.
The Niswongers premier
2017 event will take you back
in time with The Time Jumpers
featuring Vince Gill Saturday,
Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. presented
by the Kenn-Feld Group. Every
member of this multi-Grammy-nominated country group
has made major contributions to
the richness and vigor of country music. This time, The Time
Jumpers are bringing along
country music legend Vince Gill
for a night of country nostalgia.
Were bringing all the glitz
and glamour of musical theater
to the Niswonger on Sunday,
Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. and again at
7:30 p.m. with the Broadway
classic 42nd Street presented
by BeeGee Realty. Bright lights,
sparkling costumes, and huge
dance numbers await as you follow starry-eyed Peggy Sawyer
as she leaves small town life to
pursue her dream of becoming a
Broadway star.
Wont you be our neighbor? The Niswonger and Jeffery-Mohr Family Dentistry
welcome Daniel Tigers Neighborhood Live for two kid-friendly shows of pure tiger-ific fun
Saturday, Feb. 25 at 11 a.m. and
again at 2 p.m. This award-winning PBS KIDS show continues
the legacy of Mister Rogers
Neighborhood to a whole new
generation with the friendly tiger, Daniel, and his friends.
Come together right now at
the Niswonger as you go on a
musical journey through the
life and times of the worlds
most celebrated band in Broadways RAIN - A Tribute to The
Beatles, presented by Vancrest
Health Care Centers on Monday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. This
stunning concert experience
takes you back in time with the
legendary foursome delivering
a note-for-note theatrical event
that has been nationally compared to the real thing.
Experience your favorite iconic artists through a whole new
medium at the Niswonger with
Artrageous, Saturday, March 11
at 7:30 presented by TAG Menswear. With a palette that mixes
captivating vocals, intricate choreography, and huge portraits
painted before your very eyes,

this interactive artistic extravaganza takes you on a unique visual and musical journey packed
with wild inspiration, creativity,
and fun for the whole family.
The artists pay tribute to a variety of art forms, pop icons, and
musical genres culminating in
a gallery of fabulous finished
paintings.
Last season, he brought the
house down with his rendition
of O Holy Night, now hes
back for more. Joanne Wolford
and family in memory of Roger
Wolford proudly present David
Phelps: Good Friday Concert on
Friday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m.
At the Niswonger, we just
want to keep on loving you.
Thats why were closing the
2016-17 Grand Series with REO
Speedwagon Saturday, April 29
at 7:30 p.m. presented by US
Bank. With their long list of hits
from their incredibly successful
career, REO Speedwagon will
have the Niswonger rockin long
into the night.
Speaker Series
The Niswonger Speaker Series brings noted names to the
stage who further our understanding, challenge our thinking
and have us teetering on the edge
of our seat to hear which Cincinatti Reds great just hit the home
run.
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HEAP Summer Crisis program starting July
1, and will continue thru Aug. 31.
The program will offer a one-time payment
of an electric bill and/or air conditioner and/
or central air unit repair up to the max benefit
amount set by the guidelines.
To be eligible, the household must be
within 175% of the federal poverty guidelines
($42,525 annual income for a family of four)
and meet one of the qualifications below.
Individuals with a documented medical
condition
A member of the household must have a
documented medical condition verified by a
licensed physician or registered nurse practitioner stating that Due to an illness, this
client would benefit from continued electric

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This opportunity comes only
once in 10 years, so we wanted
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Central Insurance, The Van Wert
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the biggest events Ohio has ever
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the Boston Pops Orchestra,
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 11A

PAU LD I N G PRO G R E SS

RELIGION
Open house at Branch planned for JPDays
By DENISE GEBERS
Progress Staff Writer
PAULDING Branch Christian Fellowship is bustling with
activity these days. More so than
usual. They are preparing for an
open house during John Paulding Days. It is set for Saturday,
July 9 from 4 to 7 p.m.
The church is housed in
the Ohio National Guard Armory, formerly the Kiwanis
Building, on the east side of the
Courthouse Square in Paulding.
Anyone interested in seeing the
buildings new look is welcome
to stop in.
Church members will be
stationed in various parts of the
building to explain current usage
and future plans for each.
Refreshments will be available for a free will offering.
Money raised from this venture
will be donated to the Paulding
Chamber of Commerce for next
years John Paulding Days event.
According to Pastor Greg
Cramer, the church body took
possession of the building last
June and, after some renovations, held its first service in the
partially remodeled basement in
September.
Further renovations in the
former gymnasium were made
and the first service in the new
auditorium w ere held in December.
More renovations are in
progress with others planned for
the future. A ramp allows handicap access to the lower level of
the building, but money is being
saved for building an elevator so
all can enjoy services in the auditorium. Several rooms are still
in various stages of remodeling.
Prior to purchasing the Armory, church members gathered
in the auditeria of Paulding High
School from March 2013 until
last September.
Branch Christian Fellowship
was born after Cramer, who
had been an elder and minister
with Family Christian Center
in Defiance since 1996, was
approached by his pastor about

starting a new church.


The men prayed about a location for the new enterprise
and Paulding was the indicated
town. A core group that participated in the church plant came
from FCC as well.
We are called to make disciples of Christ and to minister
to the community, said Pastor
Cramer. We did not come here
to be in competition with any
other church. In fact, we pray for
the other pastors and churches of
this community weekly.
One of the churchs biggest
ministries is to the youth. Between 50-60 kids meet at 6:30
p.m. on Wednesday evenings
to ComeConnectGrow as
a part of Branch Roots. Their
meetings are in the auditorium,
but they also have a fun room
upstairs set up with various areas for music, games, eating and
talking.
Terry (TJ) Knapp is the
youth/assistant pastor at Branch.
He and nine adult leaders from
the congregation volunteer to
work with the young people.
This year 40 kids from the
church attended the Believe
Youth Conference at Anderson
University in Indiana. They will
be going to Cedar Point in July
and the Storm Youth Conference
in Continental in August.
Prayer is a strong focus at
Branch and Pastor Greg empha-

Devotion of the Week:


Choose you this day whom ye will serve . . . as for me and
my house, we will serve the Lord.
Joshua 24:15
In the United States, When hearing the news
every year July 4th brings or reading the paper, how
with it festivities, fun, often do we silently say
food, family and friends, what were they thinking.
and fireworks all as a cel- they made a bad decision,
ebration of national free- a wrong choice.
dom. I am sure many of
In order to have true freeyou are planning for your
dom in your life then, you
special three day week-end
must make wise choices.
just as I have done.
Will you choose good
For my wife and I, we
over
evil; obedience over
take our two grandkids to
see the Fort Wayne Tin- rebellion; truth over deceit;
Caps play and then we kindness over dishonor?
have a great seat for some Every day we make hunof the best fireworks Ive dreds of choices and these
ever witnessed. We do this form the basis for your
every summer when the lifestyle.
TinCaps are in town and
Seek Gods wisdom in
if the weather cooperates all of your decisions, not
then its a great night.
the wisdom of the world,
But even with all the
the flesh or the devil. Take
celebrating and fun, many
Americans are still caught the sometimes difficult
in the web of bondage on step of saying, Ill do it
a mental, emotional, rela- Gods way! even though
tional, financial, vocation- it may mean avoiding the
al or spiritual level. Most easy road. In the long run,
often, we ourselves create the freedom that comes
the chains that bind us with making Godly choicby making poor or sinful es is definitely something
choices.
to celebrate! Lord, we lift
The longer I live, the to You our praise and admore convinced I am that oration for the blessings
life is a series of choices, You give us each day as we
each choice has a consechoose to walk Your way.
quence, and we must live
God Bless America and
with the consequences of
Happy
240th Birthday!
our choices. Thats a hard
lesson for many to learn.

Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress

Branch Christian Fellowship, located on the east side of the


Courthouse Square in Paulding, will be having an open house
during John Paulding Days, from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, July 9.
Tours of the former Ohio National Guard Armory will be given by
church members. Food will be available for a freewill offering.
Money raised will be donated to the Paulding Chamber for next
years John Paulding Days festivities.
sizes that each action the church
makes is preceded by prayer.
Tuesday evenings are prayer
night, beginning at 7 p.m. Those
wishing to pray or be prayed for
are welcome.
We realize a lot of people are
hurting physically and spiritually, said the pastor. We always
have an eye on the eternal, ministering to the spiritual as well as
the physical.
There is an active mens
group meeting monthly and
small groups meet at various locations and days throughout the
year.
Church attendance averages

around 100 people each week


with a diverse congregation of
ages, races and socioeconomic
groups.
Sunday services begin at 10
a.m. and a free light continental breakfast is available. Lively
worship is followed by a practical message from the Bible that
can be incorporated in daily living.
Our church believes in making the Word of God real in our
lives, concluded Cramer. We
believe in the power of God to
change our lives.
The church address is 109 N.
Main St., Paulding.

CHURCH C ALE NDAR


Thursday, June 30: Community meal
PAULDING A free community
meal is being hosted by Paulding
United Methodist Church from
5-7 p.m. on Thursday, June 30.
Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress

The church is located at 321


N. Williams St. in Paulding.

A time of praise and worship precedes the pastors lesson at Branch Christian Fellowship. The
church moved into the Ohio National Guard Armory building, formerly the Kiwanis Building, in
Paulding last September. Remodeling projects continue in the structure.

PAULDING COUNTY CHURCH DIRECTORY


ANTWERP AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Antwerp Community Church, 704 S. Erie St., SR 49, Antwerp; Pastor Ricky L. Grimes
258-2069. Contemporary worship 10:30 a.m.
- Antwerp United Methodist Church, East River Street; Rev. Pastor Mike Schneider,
258-4901, Contemporary service Sunday 8:30 a.m., Traditional Service 10:30 a.m.
- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 303 S. Monroe, Antwerp; Office: 417 N. Main, Paulding,
399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer; Mass on Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
- First Baptist Church, 5482 CR 424; Pastor Todd Murray, 258-2056, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- First Presbyterian Church, 126 W. River St., Pastor Mike Pennington, 258-2864, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses, 2937 US 24; 258-2290. Public talk 10 a.m.
Sunday.
- Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Rev. Derek Evans. Sunday worship at 10 a.m.
- Riverside Christian Church, 15413 SR 49, Antwerp; 258-3895, Pastor Regan Clem.
Sunday gathering 10:30 a.m.

ARTHUR/FIVE SPAN AREA

- Apostolic Christian Church, 13562 Road 147, Defiance (Junction); 399-3121, William
Schlatter, Elder, Sunday services 10:15 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
- Bethel Christian Church, Ohio 66, Defiance (Arthur), Pastor Christopher Baker, Sunday
worship 10:30 a.m.
- Church of Christ, corner of County Roads 166 and 191; Evangelist Lonnie Lambert,
399-5022. Worship 10:30 a.m.
- Junction Bible Christian Church, County Road 111, Defiance (Junction); 393-2671,
JunctionBible@copper.net, interim Pastor D. Richardson, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Pleasantview Missionary Baptist Church, Road 180, Defiance (Junction); Rev. Alan
Ray Newsome, Sunday worship 11 a.m.
- Rock Church, SR 637, Five Span-Arthur area; Pastor Bobby Branham 393-2924, Sunday worship 10:45 a.m.

GROVER HILL AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Bible Baptist Church, corner of Cleveland and Perry streets, Grover Hill; Pastor Pat
Holt, 587-4021, Sunday worship 11 a.m.
- Grover Hill Church of the Nazarene, Maple and East Jackson streets; Pastor Jonathan
L. Hoagland, 587-3376, Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m.
- Grover Hill Zion United Methodist Church, First and Harrison streets; 587-3941; Pastor Mike Waldron, 419-238-1493 or 419-233-2241 (cell). Sunday worship 10:20 a.m.
- Mandale Church of Christ in Christian Union, Ohio 66; 786-9878, Sunday worship
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
- Middle Creek United Methodist Church, County Road 24, Grover Hill; Pastor Eileen
Kochensparger, Sunday worship 8:45 a.m.
- Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, County Road 151, Grover Hill; Pastor David Prior, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Pioneer Christian Ministries, 3606 Slane Rd., Grover Hill; Rev. Chuck Oliver, Sunday
worship 10:30 a.m.

- Roselms Christian Church, Ohio 114; Pastor Gary Church, 594-2445, Sunday worship
10:30 a.m.

HAVILAND/LATTY/SCOTT AREA

- Apostolic Christian Church, 12867 Road 82, Haviland; 399-5220, Worship service
10:30 a.m.
- Country Chapel United Methodist Church, Haviland; 622-5746, Sunday worship
10:15 a.m.
- Latty Zion Baptist Church, Latty; Pastor Levi Collins Jr., 399-2748, Sunday worship
service 11:15 a.m.
- Harvest Field Pentecostal Church of God, 13625 Road 12, Scott; Pastor Terry Martin,
622-2026, Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m.
- Friends United Methodist Church, Latty; Pastor Ron Johnson. Sunday worship 9 a.m.

OAKWOOD/MELROSE AREA

- Auglaize Chapel Church of God, rural Oakwood, 3 miles south and 1/2 mile west on
Road 60; Pastor Stan Harmon, 594-2248, Sunday worship 9 a.m.
- Melrose United Methodist Church, Melrose; 594-2076, Pastor Eileen Kochensparger
399-5818; Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.
- Twin Oaks United Methodist Church, corner of Harmon and Second streets, Oakwood; Pastor Brady Feltz. 594-2992. Sunday worship at 9:30 a.m.
- Prairie Chapel Bible Church, 1 mile east and 1/2 mile north of Oakwood, corner of
Roads 104 and 209; Pastor Earl Chapman, 594-2057, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

or Sister Brenda Richardson, 399-9205 or 796-8718, Sunday worship at 3 p.m.


- New Beginnings Church (Church of God), Cecil; Pastor Roy Burk, 399-5041, Sunday
worship 11 a.m.
- Paulding Church of Christ, East Perry Street, Paulding; Minister Christopher Reno,
399-4761, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding Church of the Nazarene, 210 Dooley Dr., Paulding, 399-3932, Pastor Jeremy
Thompson, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding Family Worship Center, 501 W. Perry St., Paulding; 399-3525, Rev. Vincent
Kroterfield, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- Paulding United Methodist Church, 321 N. Williams St., Paulding; 399-3591, Rev.
Roger Emerson, Worship service at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
- Pentecostal Church of God, 601 W. Caroline St., Paulding; Elder George Robinson,
Sunday sworship service at noon.
- Rose Hill Church of God, corner of SR 637 and Charloe Trail, Paulding; 399-3113,
Pastor Ron Hofacker, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.
- St. John Lutheran ChurchELCA, 7611 Road 87, Briceton; Pastor Karen Stetins, 3994962 or 399-2320. Sunday worship at 8:30 a.m.
- St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, 601 Flat Rock Drive (P.O. Box 156), Paulding;
Pastor Karen Stetins, 399-2320, Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

PAYNE AND SURROUNDING AREA

PAULDING AND SURROUNDING AREA

- Bethel United Methodist, Forders Bridge, Cecil; Pastor Kevin Doseck, Sunday worship
service 10:30 a.m.
- Bethlehem Temple Pentecostal, 818 W. Jackson St., Paulding; Rev. Burpo, Sunday
worship at noon.
- Branch Christian Fellowship, 109 N. Main Street, Paulding; Pastor Greg Cramer, Sunday worship at 10 a.m.
- Cecil Community Church, 203 S. Main St., Cecil; Pastor Ted Ramey. Sunday worship
service 11 a.m.
- Cecil First Presbyterian Church, Main Street, Cecil; Sunday worship at 8 a.m.
- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 315 N. Main, Paulding; 399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer, Masses: Saturday at 6 p.m.; Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
- Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1275 Emerald Road, Paulding; 399-5061, Sunday worship
services at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
- First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 1233 Emerald Road, Paulding; 399-4576,
Sunday worship service 10 a.m.
- First Presbyterian Church, 114 W. Caroline St.; 399-2438. Pastor David Meriwether,
www.firstpresbyterianpaulding.com. Traditional worship service Sunday 9:30 a.m.
- Grace Community Church, West Wayne Street (Ohio 111) across from Paulding County
Hospital. Pastor Cameron Michael, Sunday service at 10 a.m.
- House of Love Ministries, 220 N. Williams St.; Pastor Predest (Dwayne) Richardson

- Divine Mercy Catholic Parish, 203 W. Townline, Payne; 399-2576, Rev. Joseph Poggemeyer, Mass at Saturday at 4 p.m.
- Edgerton Wesleyan Church, 1717 Bertha St., Woodburn, (Edgerton) Ind.; Pastor Dave
Dignal, 260-632-4008, Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- Living Water Ministries, For location information, contact Pastor Rich Phelan, 263-2728.
Contemporary worship service Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
- Payne Church of Christ, 220 W. Merrin St., Payne; Pastor Mikeal George, 263-2092;
or 419-574-2150 (cell), Sunday worship 9:30 a.m.
- Payne Church of the Nazarene, 509 E. Orchard St. (Ohio 500) Payne; Pastor Mike
Harper, 263-2422, Sunday worship 10:30 a.m.
- St. Jacob United Church of Christ, southwest corner of Oak and Hyman streets, Payne;
Rev. Jim Langham, 263-2763. Sunday service 10 a.m.
- St. James Lutheran Church NALC, West Townline Street (P.O. Box 42), Payne; 263-2129,
Pastor Fred Meuter, 260-492-2581. Sunday worship 10 a.m.
- St. Paul United Methodist Church, (P.O. Box 154) 312 S. Main St., Payne; Rev. David
Rohrer, 263-2418, Parsonage: 263-2017, Sunday worship at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Editors Note: If your church doesnt have service times listed, please contact the
Paulding County Progress office to notify of Sunday service times.

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12A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

PAULD I N G PROGR E SS

SPORTS
Crestview sweeps ACME doubleheader at Paulding
By JOHN PARENT
DHI Media Sports Editor
PAULDING Crestviews
Tanner Crowle struck out
eight over five innings to defeat Paulding 6-1 in the nightcap of an ACME doubleheader on Thursday, completing a
sweep for the Knights.
In the opener, Spencer Rolsten kept the Panther bats at
bay long enough for an 8-3
Crestview win.
Game two was called after
five innings due to darkness.
In the opener, the Panthers
struck in the home first, scoring a two-out run thanks to a
Cameron Doster single, a pair
of passed balls and a single
from Preston Johanns.
It was all Knights from there.
Crestview answered with
a four-run second, highlighted by an RBI double by Zech
Simerman and an RBI single
from Dylan Hicks. Crestview
also took advantage of a pair
of Paulding errors in the inning, something that would
become a theme as the evening wore on. The Knights
made it 5-1 on a two-out RBI
double by Caden Hurless,
and 6-1 the following inning,
when Simerman singled home
Luke Gerardot.

Pauldings only real uprising came in the home sixth


against reliever Payton Knittle. Consecutive singles by
Cade McGarvey and Marcus
Miller opened the inning.
Both runners eventually
scored thanks to a passed
ball and a pair of wild pitches. Hurless came on with two
runners still aboard and only
one out, but fanned the first
two batters he faced to escape
the jam.
Crestview tacked on with
two in the seventh, setting the
final margin.
In the nightcap, five Paulding errors directly led to five
of the six Crestview runs,
which was more than enough
support for Crowle.

The southpaw needed
only 54 pitches (42 strikes)
to cruise through his five
frames. He worked around a
lead-off single by Lupe Martinez to open the home first, and
didnt allow another runner
until Martinez bunted his way
on to start the fourth. Those
were the only hits Crowle allowed. He didnt walk a batter, though Martinez did score
in the fourth thanks to a balk
and a wild pitch.
On the other side, the

Knights scored their six runs


on the strength on just five
hits. The Panther pitchers,
starter Doster and relievers
Johanns and Fletcher Cook,
combined to hit three batters
and walk three others.
Crowle was the hitter star
for the Knights in Game Two,
as he smoked a double to the
fence in left field in the second
before singling in the fourth.
The fourth-inning rally began when Brett Schumms
fly ball was dropped in
center field, but singles by
Crowle, Alec Ingram (scoring
Schumm) and Hurless (scoring Crowle) made it a 5-0 lead
at that point. Two walks and
a wild pitch accounted for the
Crestview run in the top of the
fifth, as the teams raced the
fading sunlight to get through
five innings.
GAME ONE

R H E
Crestview 040 110 2 - 8 8 0
Paulding 100 002 0 - 3 8 3
Winning Pitcher: Rolsten (C)
Losing pitcher: Martinez (P)


GAME TWO

R H E
Crestview 0 2 1 2 1 - 6 5 0
Paulding 0 0 0 1 0 - 1 2 5
Winning pitcher: Crowle (C)
Losing pitcher: Doster (P)

John Parent/DHI Media

Pauldings Jordan McGough delivers a pitch during the first game of an ACME doubleheader at
Paulding on Thursday, June 23. Crestview won both games, beating Paulding by scores of 8-3 and 6-1.

Early runs keep Raiders


Raiders outlast Archers
in front for ACME win
ACME Baseball

By KEVIN WANNEMACHER
Sports Writer
HAVILAND In a battle of Paulding County and Green Meadows Conference rivals,
host Wayne Trace held off Antwerp 7-5 in
ACME baseball action Thursday afternoon.
The Archers jumped in front with a pair of
runs in the first before Wayne Trace cut the
lead in half on a single run in the bottom of the
opening frame.
After Antwerp added another run in the
visitors portion of the third, the Raiders responded with three runs in the home part of
the inning to take a 4-3 advantage.
However, the blue-and -white picked up
two more runs in the top of the fourth to go in
front 5-4 but Wayne Trace wasnt done.

The red-white-and-blue answered with two


runs in the bottom of the fourth and added another in the home half of the fifth to set the
final margin at 7-5.
Kameron Forrer got the win for the Raiders,
tossing 3-2/3 innings in relief while giving up
one walk and striking out six.
Korbin Slade and Quinton Stabler topped
the Wayne Trace offense as both recorded a
single and a double in the contest while Blaine
Jerome chipped in two singles.
Noah Toppe and Grant Baumle both recorded a double with Kameron Forrer, Braden Zuber and Drew Forrer all adding singles.
Hunter Noel paced Antwerp with two singles while Cole Seslar, Dylan Peters and Matt
Jones chipped in a single each.

By CHARLIE
WARNIMONT
DHI Media Correspondent
MILLER CITY Pitchers
being able to work around
trouble was the key Saturday
as Wayne Trace and Miller
City battled in ACME baseball action.
Raider starter Kameron Forrer was able to do that more
effectively than young Wildcat starter Chase Kuhlman.
With the Raiders being able to

Albright golden as
female cycle champ
COLUMBUS This past
weekend, Krystal Albright,
daughter of Kevin and Nancy
Albright, traveled to Columbus
to represent Paulding County
in the Special Olympics Summer Games. Krystal competed
in cycling, a sport she loves.
The weekend was full of
excitement, anticipation, and
nervousness. Krystal was very
nervous as she was involved
in a bad incident six weeks
ago as she was racing to qualify for this state competition.
She was not healed 100%, yet
she was going to give it her all
and hope it was good enough
to bring back a gold medal for
Paulding County.
Race day began at 8 a.m.
and it was already hot and humid and as the day progressed
so did the heat and humidity.
Krystal did not let that hinder
her. She was there to race her

heart out and make Paulding


proud for giving her the honor of representing her county.
And she did fantastic! She did
a clean sweep of the awards.
In her five-mile race, she
came in first and took the gold
medal. In her one-mile race,
she once again came in first
and took the gold medal. In
her three-mile race, she came
in first and once again took the
gold medal. Three races and
three gold medals.
Now for the stage race.
Her accumulative race times
placed her first in state earning
her the title of Ohio female
champion in cycling 2016.
She brought back to Paulding County three gold medals
and the female champion cycling trophy.
Her parents said, Krystal
is definitely one tough athlete.
She is determined, focused,

2016
Who:

and always gives it her all and


then some.
After winning her medals
and being crowned the best in

cycling, she said, I just love


to ride and I am thrilled that
I was able to accomplished
what I was determined to do.

Krystal Albright had a very successful experience at the recent


Special Olympic Summer Games in Columbus. In her three races
she captured a gold medal in each event.

take advantage of early scoring opportunities and Forrer


shutting down the Miller City
bats, it allowed Wayne Trace
to walk away with a 7-3 win.
Wayne Trace was able to get
the young Wildcat starter, who
was making his first ACME
start for Miller City, in their
very first at-bat for three runs
as Forrer started the game by
working a walk and stealing
second base that was followed
by singles from Seth Yenser
and Blaine Jerome with the
second single driving in the
first run of the game.
Quinton Stabler followed
with a walk to load the bases
before Chase Kuhlman recorded an out with a popup
to shortstop. Walks to Grant
Baumle and Kolyn Hilkey
forced in two runs before
Kuhlman was able to get out
of the jam with a strikeout and
groundout to third base.
Wayne Trace added to its
lead with two runs in the second inning as Forrer singled
and Yenser was hit by a pitch
to start the frame. After a wild
pitch advanced the runners,
Jerome walked to load the bases. After a fly out to center, the
runs scored on a bases loaded
walk and a hit batter. A popup
to second base and a strikeout
ended the inning as the Raiders left the bases loaded for a
second straight inning.
The Raiders added a run in
the third inning as Reid Miller
singled to start the inning and
stole second base. After an
out, Yenser hit a ground ball to
third base. The throw to first
pulled Miller City first baseman Noah Otto off the bag,
but he was to tag out Yenser.
After tagging out Yenser, the
ball was jarred loose from Ottos glove and rolled towards
second base allowing Miller
to race home with the Raiders
sixth run of the game.
Through two innings, Forrer allowed the Wildcats just
one base runner, that coming
on a second inning single by
Kelvin Stechschulte. In the
third inning, the Raider hurler ran into some trouble after
retiring the first two Wildcat
batters he faced.

Otto extended the Wildcat


third with a line single to left
that was followed by a Cole
Niese single that saw Otto
race around to third and Niese
take second on the throw to
third base. A wild pitch allowed Otto to score before
Mark Kuhlman singled to
right to score a run and Corbin
Niese followed with a triple to
right-center that scored Kuhlman making it a 6-3 game.
Bryce Riepenhoff worked a
walk before a popup to third
base ended the inning.
Miller City would threaten
again in the fourth inning as
they had two runners on base
with two outs only to see Forrer end the threat with a strikeout. The sixth inning would
be Forrers best work on the
mound as he escaped a bases
loaded, no out jam.
A walk, error and hit batter
loaded the bases for Miller
City with no outs. After a visit to the mound by the Raider coach, Forrer went back to
work getting two strikeouts
and a pop foul to third base to
leave the bases loaded.
Miller City was able to get
two runners on base in the seventh only to strand them as a
ground ball to shortstop ended
the game. The Wildcats stranded 11 base runners in the game,
while Wayne Trace stranded
14 base runners in the game as
they left the bases loaded three
times in the game.
The Raiders seventh run
came in the fourth inning as
Korbin Slade walked and
Grant Baumle was hit by a
pitch. After an out, Hilkey
lined an RBI single to left.
Forrer picked up the win as
he went the distance allowing three runs on six hits with
eight strikeouts. Jerome had
two hits to lead the Raiders.
Chase Kuhlman took the
loss for Miller City as he went
three innings giving up six
runs. Jacob Kuhlman worked
two innings allowing a run
and Otto worked two scoreless
innings. Corbin Niese had two
hits for the Wildcats.
Wayne Trace 321 100 0 - 7 7 1
Miller City
003 000 0 - 3 6 1
WP-K. Forrer. LP-C. Kuhlman.

21 2016
State License #25417

Phone: 419-393-4690

Geothermal
Now Installing Water Softeners
Heat Pumps
and Sulfur Removal Systems
Furnaces
Air Conditioners

FREE ESTIMATES!!!

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 13A

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

#1742 763 N. Williams St.


Paulding... 2 story, 3 BDRM, 2 bath
home, C/A, lg. living room, dining
room. Eat-in style kitchen w/newer
cabinets & counter tops. New Price
$73,500. Call Joe Den Herder

#1741 Reduced! 7263 Rd 72,


Payne, Wayne Trace. 4 Bed, 3
bath home. Master Suite, move
in ready & beautiful. Pole Barn,
Shed, Many Updates. $169,900
Call Aaron 419-769-5808

#1717 607 N. Williams St.


Paulding... 4 or 5 BR, 2 baths,
elegant turn of the century home,
gourmet kitchen, 3rd floor bonus
room. NEW PRICE Call Don Gorrell
419-399-7699

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.

STORAGE

PAULDING MINI Storage: For unit sizes and


prices please call 419399-4068.

FREE & LOW PRICE


FOR SALE-Black Walnut meat. $7 a pint or 3
pints for $20. Irma
Stoller 419-399-2136
GAS DRYER, brand
new, $100. Call 419399-2024.

#1758 3BR, home near Payne Elementary school. Kitchen/dining w/


breakfast bar. Huge living room, garage w/ heat & electric. Fenced in
backyard. 305 W. Townline Reduced. Call Dustin Stoller 419-670-5078

D & D TRUCKING
DELPHOS, OHIO

NOW HIRING
LOCAL CLASS A DRIVERS

Van, Bulk Hopper, Pneumatic work available Company will train on equipment.
F/T - No weekend or Holiday work
Assigned Trucks
Yearly potential earnings of $50,000-$70,000
$2000 Sign on Bonus
(1/2 paid after 6 months and remainder paid after 1 year)
F/T Benefits include Health, Dental,
Vision & Life Insurance.
Paid Short/Long term disability
Paid Holiday & Vacation,
401K with company contributions.
Attainable Quarterly Safety Bonuses & Yearly Safety
Performance Review Bonuses.
2 Years experience with good MVR
P/T drivers are welcome to apply
COME DRIVE FOR US AND BE PART OF OUR TEAM.
Apply in person at

5191 North Kill Road - Delphos, Ohio


or Call Steve for more information at
419-692-0062 ext 1034
email info@d-dfeed.com

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.

ACADEMIC
INSTRUCTOR
Social Studies
PART-TIME Executive
2016-2017 School Year
Director
Job Objectives:
The Paulding County
Plans, implements and
Hospital foundation, an
evaluates instruction in
independent 501(c)(3)
Social Studies
non-profit created in
(Government,
1999 to assist the hospitEconomics and Senior
al in improving the health
Social Studies)
and well-being of area
curriculum designed to
residents, seeks a parttime executive director. address a wide range of
Approximately 8 hours a maturity and skill levels.
Prior successful
week. Newly created poclassroom instructional
sition reports to the
experience preferred.
Foundation Board of
Trustees. Must be per- Experience working with
secondary Career
sonable, well-organized,
Technical students
self-directed. Send repreferred. Helps
sume with application to
students make
Paulding County Hospital Foundation Board of appropriate choices and
encourages parental
Trustees, 1035 W.
involvement.
Wayne St., Paulding,
Minimum
Ohio 45879 by July 6.
Qualifications:
WANTED: PART-time Valid Ohio department
of education
worker. Apply at Pauldlicense/certificate
ing
Eagles
or
appropriate for the
aerie2405@windstream.
position.
net. Experience not ne Meets all mandated
cessary, will train
health requirements
(e.g., a negative
BAUGHMAN TILE Comtuberculosis test, etc.)
pany is now hiring. Gen A record free of
eral Laborers & Yard
criminal violations that
Workers: Ability to lift 50
would prohibit public
-75 pounds required,
school employment
Forklift experience pre Complies with
ferred. Delivery drivers:
drug-free workplace
Full time, Part Time or rules and board policies.
Seasonal, CDL Class A
Keeps current with
or B. Excellent benefit
technology and other
package including health
workplace innovations
insurance plan, 401k rethat support job
tirement plan, vacation
functions
plan with a competitive
Interested applicants
salary. Applications are
should submit a letter
available at: Baughman
of interest, a
Tile Company, 851 6
Vantage
Road 137, Paulding, OH.
Career Center
Located 4 miles east of employment application,
US 127 on SR 613
resume, transcripts,
copy of certifications and
three letters of
LEGAL SECRETARY
reference by Thursday,
needed for fast-paced
July 7, 2016 at 4:30 p.m.
general practice firm. Exto:
perience preferred. Skills
Michael Knott,
include ability to work
Academic and
with the public, handle a
Student Services
high volume of workload
Supervisor
and to meet deadlines
818 N. Franklin Street
under pressure. Word
Van Wert, Ohio 45891
processing and mulit-line
knott.m@vantage
phone system knowcareercenter.com
ledge required. Compensation commensurA full job posting and
ate with experience
applications are
Send resume to PO Box
available on the
84, Paulding, OH 45879.
Vantage
Career Center
website, which can be
AMISH
found at
CONSTRUCTION
www.vantage
CREW
careercenter.com
New Home Construction, Home Remodeling, Pole Barns,
Garages,
Concrete
Floors, Roofing, Re- NOW LEASING: One &
side & Storm Dam- Two Bedroom Apartage,
Window/Door ments in Paulding, Ohio.
Replacement, much For information, please
more! No job too call Straley Apartments
small! Free estimates, at 419-399-4068.
call David in Willshire,
Ohio 1-567-644-4429.

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

HOUSE FOR RENT


4 BDRM house For Rent
in Grover Hill. $550 a
month plus $550 deposit. 419-438-5850.

FOR SALE

2010 FLAGSTAFF/
F orest River pop-up
camper; like new, must
see to appreciate; asking $5,000. 419-2632581.

WANTED TO BUY

BUYING COINS,
stamps, postcards, comic books, old toys,
knives, old jewelry, antiques, collections. Call
419-399-3353.
FLEA MARKETS/BAZAARS
OUTDOOR FLEA Market. July 16 & 17. Open
8am. Vendors welcome
at 5278 CR 424-Antwerp, OH. Call 574-2986199.

GARAGE/YARD SALES
4 FAMILY Garage Sale Toys, books, misc. Friday July 1st 8:30am4:00pm. Thomas-201
Klingler Road-Paulding

GIRLS-CLOTHES (5Jrladies large), couch, kitchen table, glassware &


lots of misc. 127 South
to 613 East-4 miles to
137 turn left, first house.
July 1-July 4.

GROVER HILL
19275 ST.RT. 114
June 30th-July 2nd
9am-6pm
Crafts- Doilies/ Afhains
Baby Stuff,
Shoes-Pures-Jewelery,
Name Brand
Clothing/Plus size,
Home Decore/Bedding,
Miter Saw, Lots More

HUGE MULTI-Party
Garage Sale! Friday and
Saturday: July 1st and
July 2nd from 9 am - 6
pm. Lots of nice clothing:
All sizes: toddler, boys,
girls, Juniours, Womens
size small to 4X and
Mens. Home Decor,
Glassware, kitchen
items, Tupperware,
Crafts & Craft supplies,
Scrapbooking supplies,
Toys, Books, Baskets,
Holiday Decorations,
Puzzles, Movies,
Games, some antiques.
Several new items, and
lots & lots of misc. items.
Also: Bake Sale for the
Broughton Redneck
Jamboree.
R. Dobbelaere Residence: Just North of
Baughman Tile Mill &
Woodbridge Campgrounds. (17315 Rd.
108, Paulding.) You
don't want to miss it!!

JUNE 28 & 29; 9am5 pm. 411 Lewis St.


(brick house), Latty.
Microwave stand,
purses, shoes, clothes all sizes, scrubs, Christmas decorations, towels,
misc.

NOLA R. GINTER, CLERK


BY ORDER
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
PAULDING COUNTY, OHIO
TONY ZARTMAN
ROY KLOPFENSTEIN
MARK HOLTSBERRY

FOR SALE

$150 QUEEN pillowtop


mattress set. New in
plastic, can deliver 260493-0805,

Nurse Aide Training


being10357offered
in July!
VAN WERT DECATUR ROAD
GET YOU APPLICATION SUBMITTED TODAY!

VAN WERT, OHIO 45891


jpond@vancrest.com

GET YOUR APPLICATION SUBMITTED TODAY!


10357 VAN WERT DECATUR ROAD
VAN WERT, OHIO 45891
jpond@vancrest.com

RIDING MOWER.
Simplicity - Excellent
c ondit ion. 4 1 9 - 2 6 3 3020

TIME SHARE in Orlando, Fla. for sale at


Westgate Property;
priced to sell. Send inquiries to P.O. Box 222,
Oakwood, OH 45873

SERVICES

Van Wert
For details call 419-238-4646

ERIC'S Paint Works


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

CONSTRUCTION

T/J Contracting LLC.


M e t a l / A s p h a l t
Roofing/Pole Barns/
Garages. 419-670-2800

14A - Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

HERES
MY CARD

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the Weekly Reminder or the Paulding Progress
at a cost of .........
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Only $35.00 per month!

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NORTHWEST SEPTIC SERVICE L.L.C.


Serving Northwest Ohio

Septic Tank Cleaning & Repair


Sewer Drain Line Cleaning
Septic Installation
Sewer & Water Line Installation
Plumbing Repairs

Rod Robbins
Ney, OH

Commercial & Residential

Bus. 419-658-2400 or Cell: 419-615-5981

Tony Zartman

4376 Rd. 33, Payne, Ohio 45880


419-263-2977

Customer Satisfaction Is Our Speciality


*Remodeling & New Construction
*Free Estimates *Insured

1 Co. 10:31 - whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.

HARTZOG
LUMBER
SUPPLY

CLEANING SERVICE
residential and business cleaning

and

before and after events move-in/move-out cleaning etc.

Quality Products. Priceless Advice.

419.231.3347
CLEANING SERVICE

TAZ Construction Services LLC

New Construction Remodeling Custom Furniture Hardware Supplies

300 West Jefferson St. Paulding

THERESA STOLLER, owner/operator


contact.sparkleandshine@gmail.com

419-399-4941

KROUSE CHIROPRACTIC
110 West Oak, Payne

419-263-1393

Thinking of building a new home,


updating an older home?
New homes, experienced in
all price ranges.

MASSAGE THERAPY
Marsha Cross, LMT
Dayna Motycka, LMT

Friendly Staff Affordable Care


Same Day Appointment
Convenient Scheduling

Now Accepting New Patients


In Network with Most Insurances

Decks Fences Gazebos

DECKS-N-PLACE
Mark Holtsberry
15804 St. Rt. 613
Paulding, OH 45879

Defiance 419-782-5514
Paulding 419-399-2703

The Bargain Bin of Paulding County, Inc.


118 West Perry Street Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-5053
Business Hours:
Fridays: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturdays: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Please send your donation for the new building fund to:
Paulding Co. Area Foundation
110 East Perry St., Paulding, OH 45879

419-399-4242

DENNING HOME IMPROVEMENTS


Give Steve Denning a call at 419-263-2110

Save with Alternative Heating

GIDEONS
24/7 Towing
& Recovery

Room additions and


remodel projects
Local contractor Local prices

Stoves - Inserts - Fireplaces - Furnaces - Boilers


Gas - Corn - Pellet - Wood - Coal
Breakdown or Mishap.
Request Gideons for all
your towing needs.

Buckle Up * Drive Safely * Dont Drink & Drive

Rural Energy Products LLC


800-546-3319 419-238-4580
9296 Van Wert-Willshire Rd, Van Wert, OH

staywarm@earthlink.net

www.ruralenergyproducts.com

FITZENRIDER, INC

INTERNET SALES
AVAILABLE

GUN REPAIR
& CLEANING

BUY
SELL
TRADE

GUNS
AMMO
SUPPLIES

Cut your heating and cooling cost with a High Efficiency


Trane Heating and Cooling System.

419-523-3000

827 Perry St.


Defiance

241 E. Second St., Ottawa, OH


Hours: M, T, TH, F 10-6; W - 10-8; Sat. 10-2

HEATING AIR CONDITIONING


REFRIGERATION SHEET METAL
Call 419-784-0828

www.trirguns.com

Hours; M,T,Th,F 10-6; Wed 10-8; Sat 10-2

Dream... Design... Build...

Water Softening, Filtration, Bottled Water


419-399-4752 CulliganIsWater.com
Hey Culligan Man!

502 E Main St
Oakwood, OH 45873

Jeff Clark/Owner Cell: (419) 399-2511


A Unibilt Homes Builder

419-594-3533
RUDY K. STRALEY
Broker

419-769-8996
rudystraley@gmail.com

211 NORTH MAIN ST.


PAULDING, OHIO 45879

419-399-4444
www.straleyrealty.com

Everything We Touch... Turns to Sold!

Cemetery Monuments & Markers


Serving Paulding & Defiance Counties
Cell: 419-769-4221, Home: 419-399-4737
Email: sksimpson1988@gmail.com

General Excavating
Ditch Cleaning

Dan Gordon
Enterprises LLC

Land Clearing
Demolition
Commercial Snow
Removal
Stone and
Dirt Hauling

260.750.0091
convoy, ohio

Aimee Ramey, Cake Artist


c: 260.341.4177
e: aimee.ramey@yahoo.com
visit us online at: homesweetcakes.com

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 15A

How to grow plants


they say you cant
If theres one thing that
nearly all gardeners have in
common, its that we want to
grow those things that by all
rhyme and reason we arent
supposed to. I mean, what NW
Ohio gardener hasnt wanted
to grow bananas in their backyard?
Plants come with a USDA
Zone rating that indicates the
lowest temperature that a plant
can tolerate without croaking.
(And highest, though we dont
need to worry about that one
here and you likely wont see
it on a plant tag.)
Were in Zone 5b (the warm
side of 5) and some maps will
have you think Zone 6, but
dont you believe it. Oh sure,
we can grow some plants rated
for Zone 6, but most of them
wont reliably survive our coldest winters.
That doesnt stop any of us
from trying to grow those iffy
plants though, and one gardener I know, who lives in Indianapolis, is the king of growing tropicals rated for Zone 7
that many of us wouldnt even
consider. And he does it successfully. In the ground. And
they actually live.
Breeders are continually
working to make plants hardier, among other things, so
that more people are able to
grow the plants that previously
were out of our zone range.
Thats good for us and good for
them, because if more people
can grow something, it makes
us happy and it means more
money in their pocket. Its a
win-win.
For example, two years ago,
J. Berry Nursery contacted me
about trialing some of their
new Black Diamond crapemyrtles. If youve ever seen a
mature crapemyrtle, preferably
one that hasnt been pruned to
death, you know why I was excited to try them.
Crapemyrtles arent generally thought to be hardy this far
north. But these were rated for
Zone 6 and with some special
care, I figured I might be able
to pull it off. Thats what they
were thinking too, except they
didnt really want me to do
anything differently with these
than I would do with any other
tree or shrub I planted here.
Not knowing a whole lot
about crapemyrtle culture, I
did some research and found
that sometimes theyll survive here, but even if they do,
theyre only root hardy and
will die back to the ground

In the Garden

By Kylee Baumle

over the winter. I took this into


consideration when I chose my
location, because that would
determine eventual size by
summers end. I treated it like
a perennial plant rather than a
tree or shrub.
The only thing I did to help it
was to pile more mulch around
and on top of it in the fall.
Then we experienced one of
the coldest winters ever and I
was pretty sure that crape myrtle was history. Sure enough,
it died to the ground, but new
branches quickly sprang up
from the roots the following
spring and by summers end
I had a nice crapemyrtle plant
with some blooms!
Last week, I got a message
from an employee at a local
nursery, asking me if Id ever
thought of growing a mimosa
tree. Well, of course not, because mimosas are a southern
thing too, just like crapemyrtles. But they had marked theirs
down to $15 and that was just
too good to resist. I bought one.
If theres something you
want to grow thats typically
too tender for our winters, or
maybe marginal by being rated
for Zone 6, heres what to do to
increase its chances of survival:
When possible, choose a
location thats in a warmer microclimate in your garden. This
could be in a spot protected by
shrubs or buildings, or next to a
large rock, which will hold heat
longer on sunny days.
Get it in the ground as early
in the season as possible, to
allow its root system to become more established. Keep
it watered well for the first season so that its not stressed by
heat or drought and especially
make sure its well-hydrated as
it goes into winter.
Apply an extra-thick layer
of mulch, which will not only
help insulate, but will also help
temper the freeze-thaw cycle
that can be tougher on some

plants than others. Pray.


Life is about taking chances
and calculated risks. This is
easy to do in gardening, because in many cases, even if
you lose, you havent lost anything but a little bit of money,
depending on how big of a
gambler you are.
My crapemyrtles are back and
growing this year, and hopefully
Ill be able to say the same thing
about my new mimosa. Id love
to hear about your success stories too. Email me!
Read more at Kylees blog,
Our Little Acre, at www.ourlittleacre.com and on Facebook
at www.facebook.com/OurLittleAcre. Contact her at PauldingProgressGardener@gmail.
com.

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Ohio reports first Zika virus case


COLUMBUS Ohio is reporting its first case of Zika
virus acquired through sexual
transmission in a 61-year-old
Lucas County woman, the
Ohio Department of Health
reported June 22.
Her husband traveled to a
country with active Zika virus
transmission and has tested
positive for the virus, becoming Ohios 15th travel-associated case. Local officials are
increasing mosquito assessment and control measures in
the area to reduce the risk of
local mosquitoes becoming
infected by biting them and
spreading the virus to others.
Both new Zika virus cases

Delicious
South
Carolina
Peaches

STORE SPECIALS FOR JUNE 28 - JULY 4


JULY 4TH HOURS 10AM - 6PM
4.99

In-Store
Made Brats

8-10oz. Tri-Tip
Sirloin Filets

Bacon Wrapped
Pork Tenderloin

/doz

3.99 / lb
7.99 / lb
4.99 / lb

1/3#
Hamburger Patties

bring Ohios total confirmed


cases to 16. The Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reporting that in
U.S. states and the District of
Columbia there are 755 travel-associated Zika virus cases, another 12 Zika cases acquired through sexual transmission, and no cases locally
acquired through bites from
infected mosquitoes.
Travelers to areas with active Zika virus transmission
should take precautions to prevent mosquito bites, which is
the primary way you can contract the virus, said Dr. Mary
DiOrio, medical director of the
Ohio Department of Health.

When travelers return home,


they should follow CDC guidance to prevent sexual transmission of the virus, especially
to pregnant women or women
who may become pregnant.
Of people infected with the
Zika virus, 80 percent do not
have any symptoms. When
symptoms occur, they are often mild, lasting from several
days to a week, and include

fever, rash, joint and muscle


pain, conjunctivitis (red eyes),
and headache. Severe disease
requiring hospitalization is
uncommon. However, there is
an association between Zika
virus and certain birth defects.
For more information about
the Zika virus including sexual transmission, go to www.
odh.ohio.gov.

HUGE
MULTI-PARTY
GARAGE SALE
Friday & Saturday:
July 1st and 2nd

THEY ARE BACK!

Monday - Saturday: 9am - 8pm


Sunday: 10am - 6pm
4422 Bull Rapids Rd. Woodburn, IN
260-632-1110

Bi-Color
Sweet Corn

This Black Diamond crapemyrtle (Lagerstroemia Mystic Magenta) produced blooms by late
August in the first summer after surviving our Zone 5b winter.

80/20 Fresh $3.99 / lb


Ground Hamburger

Millers Country Store, LLC


11205 Roth Rd., Grabill, IN 46741
260-437-4465

9 am - 6 pm

Lots of nice clothing: All sizes: toddler, boys, girls, Juniors, Womens
size small to 4X; & Mens. Home Decor, Glassware, Kitchen items,
Tupperware, Crafts & Craft supplies, Scrapbooking supplies, Toys,
Books, Baskets, Holiday Decorations, Puzzles, Movies, Games, some
antiques. Several new Items, and Lots & Lots of Misc. Items.
Also: BAKE SALE for the Broughton Redneck Jamboree
R. Dobbelaere Residence: Just North of Baughman Tile Mill & Woodbridge
Campgrounds. (17315 Rd. 108, Paulding). You Dont want to miss it!!

Celebrating
for 240 years

Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a


government without newspapers or newspapers without a governement, I should not hesitate a moment
to prefer the latter.
-Thomas Jefferson

American
Potato Salad, $
/ lb
Coleslaw & 1.99
Macaroni Salad
Eckrich Bun 2/ $3.00
Sized Hotdogs
/5lb

22.99 box

Thomas Jefferson believed in the power of the press that our voice printed was equal to or stronger than
government.
Newspapers represent the voice of freedom.
We take great pride in serving you and
thank you for letting us be your voice.

Happy Independence Day!

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PAULDING COUNTY

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445449KIHM-2
BUY
RIGHT AUTO SAL
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CHERYL WALLS (CKW)
CHERYL WALLS (CKW)

BUY RIGHT AUTO SALES, IN

BUY RIGHT AUTO SALES, INC

MON. TUES. THURS. FRI. 9-7


WEDNESDAY 9-6
445449KIHM-2
MON. TUES.
THURS. FRI.
9-7
BUY RIGHT AUTO SALES, INC
SATURDAY
9-5
SATURDAY
1-866-912-9861
MON. TUES.
THURS. FRI.9-3
9-7

CLOSED

CLOSED
MEMORIAL
DAY
MEMORIAL
DAY
MAY 30, 2016
MAY
30,convert(varchar,getdat
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WEDNESDAY 9-6

WEDNESDAY
9-6
SATURDAY 9-3
SATURDAY 9-3
445449KIHM-2

1-866-912-9861
2101 W.
Coliseum Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46808*
1-866-912-9861

2101 W. Coliseum Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46808*

2101 W. Coliseum Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46808*

BUY
RIGHT AUTO SALES,
INC
$16,900
$16,900
$9,900 $9,900
$15,500
$16,900

$10,900

$10,900

2101 W. CC

2101 W. Colise

$17,900

$17,900
$15,900

$10,900
$17,900

$9,900

1-

2003 F-350
DODGE
RAM
2010SILVERADO
CHEVY SILVERADO
Z
2005 CHEVY
CHEVYSILVERADO
SILVERADOQUAD
QUAD
CAB
SUPER
SPORT2008
2008
CHRYSLER
TOWN
& COUNTRY
TOURING 2003
2007 FORD
SUPERCAB
FX4
2008CHEVY
DODGE
CHARGER
R/T
DAYTONA
ED.
DODGE
RAM
2500
LB2500
4X4 LB 4X42010
CREW
CABCREW
Z71
LTCAB
2011
2005
CAB
SUPER
SPORT
CHRYSLER
TOWN
& COUNTRY
TOURING
5.3L Vortec V8, AT, front/side/rear air bags, TS, CC, dua
6.0L Vortec V8, AT, heated leather, Bose stereo w/31 settings, 2-owner, 106,368 mi., V6, silver faced gauges, full power, TS, CC, dual heat/ 91,597 mi., 5.7L Hemi V8, Mopar cold air intake, AT, CD, AC, TW,

152,203
Miles!Hemi
Powerstroke
Diesel,cold
Automatic,
Tilt, Cruise,
FullAC,
Pwr,TW,
Ice Only
71,331
miles,
V-8, white, faced
gauges,TS,
htdCC,
leather/suede
seats
91,597
mi., 5.7L
V8, Mopar
air intake,
AT, CD,
5.3L
Vortec
V8,5.7
AT,Hemi
front/side/rear
air bags,
dual climate
3.6L F
6.0L Vortec V8, AT, heated leather, Bose stereo w/31 settings, 2-owner, 106,368 mi., V6, silver faced gauges, full power, TS, CC, dual heat/ Only
CLOSED
RCX
susp.
2.0 Fox
shocks,
polished/black
wheels
tires.
Cold
Ac, Cloth,
Shortbed,
Nerf
bars, Matching
Tires.
w/orange
stitching,
factory stereo,
p/moonroof,
rear
20
driver
information
center,
CD,
keyless,
dual climate
climatecontrol,
control,P/moonroof,
P/moonroof,
black,
whs.
w/new
AC,DVD,
rearw/headphones,
DVD, w/headphones,
rear buckets,
3rd row, keyless. RCX susp.
lift, 2.0
Foxlift,
shocks,
polished/black
wheels
w/new
tires. w/new
control,
drivercontrol,
information
center,
CD, keyless,
keyless,
towspoiler,
pkg.,
17wheels
whs.tow pkg.,
rear D
dual
flatflat
black,
XDXD
whs.
w/new
tires.tires.
AC, rear
rear buckets,
3rd row, keyless.

445449KIHM-2
RAM
2500
LB
4X4
2005 CHEVY
SILVERADO
QUAD CAB SUPER SPORT
2008
CHRYSLER
TOWN & COUNTRY
TOURING
*1-OWNER,
CLEAN
*ALL
WHEELDRIVE*
DRIVE*
*FREE
7,500
MILE
WARRANTY*
* NEVER
HAD A 5TH
WHEEL
* 2003 DODGE
*THROATY
NASCAR
INSPIRED
ROAR* CARFAX*
*1-OWNER,
CLEAN
CARFAX*
MEMORIAL
DAY
*ALL
WHEEL
*FREE
7,500
MILE
WARRANTY*
*LIFTED/HEMI
GRAPHICS*
*LIFTED/HEMI
GRAPHICS*

Mopar cold
air intake, AT,AUTO
CD, AC, TW,SAL
RIGHT
6.0L Vortec V8, AT, heated leather, Bose stereo w/31 settings, 2-owner, 106,368 mi., V6, silver faced gauges, full power, TS, CC, dual heat/ 91,597 mi., 5.7L Hemi V8,BUY
MAY
30, 2016
RCX susp. lift, 2.0 Fox shocks, polished/black wheels w/new tires.
dual$5,900
climate
control,
P/moonroof,
flat
black,
XD
whs.
w/new
tires.
AC,
rear
DVD,
w/headphones,
rear
buckets,
3rd
row,
keyless.
$5,500
$6,495
$5,900 $
$13,900
$6,495
$2,795
$3,995
$14,900
$5,900
$2,795
$3,995
$14,900
$2,495
#T-1-445429
#T-1-445429

#T-2-445429 #T-2-445429

*ALL WHEEL DRIVE*

$5,900

#T-6-445449

#T-6-445449

#T-17-445429

1-866-912-9861
*FREE 7,500 MILE WARRANTY* 2101 W. Coliseum
*LIFTED/HEMI
GRAPHICS*
Blvd.,
Fort Wayne,

#T-1-445429

#T-2-445429

#T-6-445449

$17,900

$2,795

$10,900

$3,9952014 FORD FUSION SE

$1

$14,900
2007 CHRYSLER PACIFICA

2007 CHRYSLER PACIFICA


FORD
FUSION
2006 BUICK
R
2007
DODGE CHARGER
SEDAN
NISSAN MAXIMA
GLE GLE
2000
BUICK
PARKSEDAN
AVENUE 20012001
Only 58,000 mi.,2014
1-owner,
dual front
and side SE
FORD
ESCORT
200
2007
CHARGER
SEDAN
TOURING
Onlyfull58,000
dual
front and side
3.5L V6, dual
fr
V6,
dualDODGE
air bags, LED
headlights, white
faced 1997
139,658 mi.!NISSAN
3.0L V6, AT, MAXIMA
full power,
1997
FORD
ESCORT
SEDAN
TOURING
air bags, AT,
power,mi.,
TS, 1-owner,
CC, ice cold
AC,
Only
93,407
mi.,
4
cyl.,
AT,
dual
air
bags,
3800
V-6,
full
pwr,
tilt,
cruise,
ice
cold
ac,
leather,
3.5L
V6,
dual
front
and
side
air
bags,
V6,
dual
air
bags,
LED
headlights,
white
faced
139,658
mi.!
3.0L
V6,
AT,
full
power,
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gauges, full power, CD, AC, TW, mat black
heated leather,where
TS, CC,1AC,
Bose stereo,
air
fullkeyless.
power, TS, CC, ice cold AC,
Only
93,407
mi., AC,
4 cyl.,
AT,15
dual
air bags,
CD,bags,
cloth,AT,
ABS,
3.5L V6,
dualstereo,
front and
side airburlwood
bags, trim, ful
power,
TS,ABS,
CC,
cloth,
whs.
heated
leather,
Infinity
P/
gauges, fullgraphics,
power, CD,
heated
leather,
TS,
CC,
AC,
Bose
stereo,
bu
chrome
wheels
row,
key
new AC,
tires.TW, mat black full full
P/moonroof,
fog
lights,
alloy
whs.
cloth, ABS, keyless.
power, TS, CC, AC, cloth,#A-8-445449
15 whs.
CHERYL
WALLS
(CKW)
heated
leather,
Infinity
stereo, P/
moonroof, 3rd
row, alloy
wheels.
*JUST LIKE CD,
BUYING
NEW* #A-7-445429
#A-9-445449
#A-7-445449
#SUV-15-445365
graphics, new tires.
P/moonroof,
fog lights,
alloy whs.

CLOSED
* JUST TRADED IN *
MEMORIAL
DAY
$4,495
$2,895
$5,890
$4,495
$2,895
$5,890
$2,495
MAY 30, 2016
2007 DODGE CHARGER SEDAN 1997 FORD ESCORT SEDAN
#A-8-445449

#A-7-445449

445449KIHM-2
moonroof, 3rd row, alloy wheels.
LIKE
BUYINGLTNEW*
2010 CHEVY SILVERADO
CREW
CAB Z71AUTO
2011 DODGE
GRAND CARAVAN
BUY*JUST
RIGHT
SALES,
INC MAINSTREET
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,
#A-9-445449

#A-7-445429

$5,495

$5,000
$5,495
*1-OWNER, CLEAN
CARFAX*

1-866-912-9861

control, driver information center, CD, keyless, tow pkg., 17 whs.

#SUV-15-445365

A
$6,900V8,
AC,

$10,900

rear DVD w/headphones, rear buckets, 3rd row, keyless brand new tires.

$10,900
*FREE
7,500 MILE WARRANTY*

#T-17-445429

200

2014 FORD FUSION SE

#T-18-445429

2001 NISSAN MAXIMA GLE


Only 58,000 mi., 1-owner,
dual front and side
$6,495
$5,900
$7,900
CLOSED

2101 W. Coliseum Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46808*


air bags, AT, full power, TS, CC, ice cold AC,

V6, dual air bags, LED headlights, white faced


139,658 mi.! 3.0L V6, AT, full power,
Only 93,407 mi., 4 cyl., AT, dual air bags, heated leather, TS, CC, AC, Bose stereo,
gauges, full power, CD, AC, TW, mat black
2008
FORD
FOCUS
SES
full ACCENT
power, TS,GLS
CC, AC,
cloth, 15 whs.
HYUNDAI
1999 LINCOLN
TOWN CAR
Only 126,401 mi., 2.0L 4 cyl., AT, front
CHEVY
graphics,
tires. 2005
P/moonroof,
lights, IMPALA
alloy whs.LS
1.6L 4 cyl., AT, front side air bags,
Only 103,704 mi.,
4.6L V8,new
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
#A-9-445449
#A-7-445429
#A-7-445449
OnlyLIKE
129,940
Miles!30,
Heated
$10,900
$11,900
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

1.6LAC,
4 cyl.,
front
side air bags,
CD,AT,
new
tires.
PS, PW, PL, PM, TS, CC,
#A-9-445429
AC, CD, new tires.

$9,900 $2,895

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
#A-10-445429
P/t
moonroof,OWNED*
18
wheels.
#A-22-445429

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

#A-9-445429

$8,500
$5,995

$9,900
$10,900

#A-11-445429

#A-10-445429

$10,900

2010 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW CAB Z71 LT

2011 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN MAINSTREET

#A-22-445429

$17,9004 cyl., AT, full power, TS, CC, AC


$1
$10,900
$14,495 trac. control, keyless entry.

$6.900
$7,500

heated leather, Infinity stereo, P/


moonroof, 3rd row, alloy wheels.
#SUV-15-445365

row, keyless entry.

#SUV-6-445375

$6,900

$5,895

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
MALIBU
LT
2009 TOYOTA
CAMRY
LE
MEMORIAL
DAY
2004
FORD
F150
FX4
control,
information
tow
pkg.,
17
whs.
rear
DVD
w/headphones,
rear
buckets,
3rd
row,
keyless
brand
new
tires.
AC,
CD,
overhead
console,
Bighorn
ed.,
4
wh.
ABS,
20
whs.
4
Only
80,321
mi.,
3800
V6,
tilt,
cruise,
Only 112,278 mi., 1.8L 4 cyl., AT, front/
V6, full power, TS, CC, AC, suede/leather
Only 95,108 mi., 4 cyl., automatic, full

2010FORD
CHEVY
SILVERADO
CREW CAB
Z
PONTIAC
GTO LE *FREE
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
-912-9861
2010
HONDA
CIVIC
LX
2008
CHEVY
LT
20092004
TOYOTA
CAMRY
1-866-91
2004
FORD
F150ELair
FX4
2007
DODGE
GR. MALIBU
CARAVAN
SXT
5.3L Vortec
AT, front/side/rear
bags, TS, CC, dua
Only
80,321
mi.,
3800
V6,
tilt,
cruise,
2008
FORD
FOCUS
SES
Only 112,278 mi., 1.8L 4 cyl., AT, front/
V6, full power, TS, CC, AC, 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.

heated seats, premium audio w/steering


power, tilt, cruise, air, CD,
cloth, ABS,
#T-17-445429
5.7 LS1
V8, 6 Speed,
Fullbrand
Pwr, Tilt,
Cruise,
Ice Coldcontrols, TW, remote start, new tires.
tinted
windows,
keyless,
new
tires.

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


AC, Supercab, new dual exhaust
and tires.

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


#T-18-445429
keyless
entry, new tires.

Only 122,165 mi., 5


#T-19-445429
TS, CC, AC, cloth

Only 80k miles! 3.5 V-6, htd leather, Infiniti stereo,


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

AC, Pioneer Stereo, Leather, Traction#A-18-293853


Control, Rear
Spoiler, Dual Exhaust, Brand New 17 Tires.

#A-12-445429

#A-18-293853

control, P/moonroof, keyless,


16 whs.
$11,900

$5,900
$6,495
ES, INC

5.4driver
V8,
Full
Pwr,
#A-13-445429
w/ma
#T-16-445449
control,
information
center,Leather,
CD, keyless,whs.
tow pkg.,
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where
1 <Htd/Cooling
:string>
INFINITI
1-Owner, V6, Htd. Leather,2008
TS, CC,
Ice Cold AC, G35
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,
DVD, RearTW,
Buckets,
3rd Row,
Alloy
Wheels
CHERYL
WALLS
(CKW)
*1-OWNER,
CLEAN
CARFAX*
keyless
entry,
new
tires.
TS
3.5L
V6,
AT,
suede/heated
leather
controls,
remote
start,
new
tires.
DVD,
3rd Row, Chrome
Wheels w/new Tires.
Burlwood grain, front
and side
air bags,
and tires.
titanium interior trim, Bose w/navi., P/
#A-3-445308
#A-13-445429

$8,900
$9,900

#T-16-445449

$17,900
brand$6,900
new tires.
$7,500

AC, CD, new tires.

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

#A-10-445449

#A-3-445308

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

#A-22-445429

#A-10-445429

$
$

$10,900
$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.
CHEVY
HHR
6.0L Vortec V8,
AT, TS,CHRYSLER
CC, full power, ice PACIFICA
2007
AC,
cloth, P/moonroof,
3rd row, keyless,
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$5,500
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5,900$10,900
$10,900
$9,900
$6,495
$6,900
$10,900
$6,900
$5,895
$5
$6,495
$7,900
$9,900
$7,495
$10,900
1997 GMC SIERRA
1500
4X4
2004
CHEVY 1500 2WD
2004 FORD $7,900
F150 FX4 $5,900

SOLD
$10,900

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


AC, Supercab, new dual exhaust
and tires.

$8,500

#T-16-445449

4X4
5.7L Vortec 350 V8, AT P/steering, bench
Only 122,165 mi., 5.4L V8, AT, full power, Printedseating,
cloth, TS, CC, AC, CD,
by: NoSQLDataToReturn
TS, CC, AC, cloth, Nerf bars, chrome
SL pkg., 4 wh. ABS, short bed.
whs. w/matching tires. #T-27-445429
#T-28-445429

$9,900

V8, AT, dual air bags, full power, TS, CC,


AC, cloth, Quad Cab, Pro Comp susp. lift,
3 body lift, chrome whs.

SOLD

$14,900

#T-17-445449

2009 CHEVY HHR


INFINITI
G35 HHR
JOURNEY
BED
2005
FORD
F150
BED
2007
CHRYSLER
2004
CHEVY2008
TAHOE
Z71 CHEVY
2009
BUICK1997
RENDEZVOUS
CX
2006
CHEVY
MALIBU
MAXX
LTZ 199
2007
DODGE
RAMLONG
1500
4X4
GMC
SIERRA
1500
2004
CHEVY
1500
2WD
2002
TRANS
AMPACIFICA
WS6 4X4
2008
PONTIAC
G65.3L
SEDAN
2004
FORD
F150
2005
LINCOLN
LSFX4
V6
Only
129,940
Heated leather,
2004
NISSAN
MURANO
AWD
2004
CHEVY
TAHOE
Z71
2006
BUICK
RENDEZVOUS
CX
PANEL
WAGON
Vortec
V8,
dual heated
leather,
BoseMiles!
5L V6, dual
front,
side
air
bags,
3.0L
2002
CHEVY
2500HD
4X4
4X4
3.5L
V6,
AT,
suede/heated
leather,
dual
TOURING
5.7L
Vortec
350
V8,
AT
P/steering,
bench
$7,500
$13,900
Crew
cab,
V-8,
AT,
white
faced
gauges,
charcoal
PANEL
WAGON
$10,495
$10,900
V8,
AT,
dual
air
bags,
full
power,
TS,
CC,
5.7L
5.4L
Triton
V8,
AT,
PW,
PL,
PM,
ice
cold
Burlwood
grain,
front
and
side
air
bags,
titanium
interior
trim, Bose w/navi., P/
5.3L3.5Vortec
V8,leather,
dual heated
leather,
Bose
5.7L3rd
Ram Air,Only
V-8, Automatic,
V-6, 3.5L
AT, Full
Pwr,
Tilt, Cruise,
AC,
CD,
P/
Moonroof,
V6,
dual
front, side
air
bags,
89,000 mi., 1-owner,
clean
CarFax,
V-6, htd
dual climate
control,
stereo
w/31
settings, P/moonroof,
rear
buckets,
wood trim,Only
full 106,610
power, Miles!
CD, AC,

ower,
3.5L
V6, dual
frontTS,
and
side
bags,
seating,
cloth,
CC,
AC,
CD,
Only 89,000
mi.,
1-owner, clean CarFax, stereo
AC,
cloth,
Quad
Cab,
Prow/Comp
susp.
lift, chrome
AC,
Supercab,
new dual
exhaust
P/tilt,
tan
heated/cooling
leather,
Sony
moonroof,
w/31
settings,
P/moonroof,
rear
buckets,
4air
cyl.,
AT, full power,
TS, ABS,
CC,
AC,
CD,
burlwood
trim,
full Entry
power,
CD,
3rd
Pwr, TS,
CC, AC, Monsoon Stereo,
Leather,
TW,
Keyless
Remote
Start,
3rd
row,AC,
2010
Chevy
polished
whs. 18 wheels.
Bose
stereo,
p/moonroof,
keyless
entry,
keyless
entry.
me row, Full
heated
leather,
Infinity
stereo,
P/ control, keyless
SL pkg.,
4 wh.
ABS, short
bed.
4 cyl., AT, full
power, TS, CC, AC, CD,
3entry.
body
lift, chrome
whs.
and chrome
tires.
stereo,
P/moonroof,
brand
new tires.
trac.
3rd
row, 2010
Chevy
polished
whs.
#SUV-6-445375
#SUV-15-445449
row, #A-20-445429
keyless
entry.
*1-OWNER/CARFAX/TEXAS
OWNED*
T-Tops,
Keyless,
Chrome
Wheels
w/
New
tire.
Alloy
Wheels
brand
new
tires
#T-17-445449
#T-28-445429
-27-445429
moonroof, 3rd row, alloy wheels.
#T-16-445449
#A-23-445429
trac. control, keyless entry. #A-20-445429
#A-22-445429
#SUV-6-445375
#SUV-15-445449
#SUV-15-445365

,900 $10,900
$10,900

$5,895

$5,900

$5,500
$10,900
$6,495
$6,900
$5,895
2002 FORD F350 CREW CAB DRW$13,900
2WD
2003 CHEVY 1500
Z71

7.3L Power Stroke turbo diesel, AT, heated


leather, full power, TS, CC, ice cold AC, keyless,
10 Aussie
stacks,
new tires.4X4
2002
CHEVY
2500HD

5.3L V8, AT, full power, Bose w/31


2004
DAKOTA
settings,
TS,DODGE
CC, AC, Quad
Cab, short
bed, alloy
whs.
CREW
CAB
2WD

Onl
side
6.0L
V8,
AT,5.4L
TS,
CC,
full
ice
Only
122,165
mi.,
V8,overhead
AT,power,
full console,
power,
climate
control,
premium
audio,
cloth,
fullVortec
pwr, TS,
CC,
AC,
CD,
po
Bose
cold
AC,
cloth,
pkg., Nerf
Quad
Cab, short
bed,
TS,
CC,
AC,LS
cloth,
bars,
chrome
P/moonroof,
keyless,
chrome
whs.,
Big Horn Edition, 4 wheel ABS, 20 wheels
chrome
whs. tires. #A-24-445429
whs. w/matching
new tires.
#B-18-445449
#T-27-445429

$7,500
$17,495
$10,495
$8,900
$10,900
$2,900
$5,900
2002 DODGE$13,900
RAM 1500 4X4 2006 CHEVY
1500 CREW
CAB Z71
1-owner, 5.9L V8, AT, TS, manual
2009 FORD
RANGER

options,
CD, CHEVY
ice cold AC,1500
Crew Z71
Cab, Ram
2002
graphics,
short bed,
whs.
1-owner,
clean Carfax,
5.3Lalloy
Vortec
V8, AT,

5.3L V8, full power, TS, CC, ice cold AC, Bose
stereo w/31SUPERCAB
settings, cloth, 20104X4
Chevy 20 whs.

$
$9

Only 115,297 mi.! 4.0L V6, AT, white


*ABSOLUTELY
dual
air
bags,
full
power,
bucket
seats,
ice
faced
gauges, 2-toneSPOTLESS*
cloth, full power,
Only
106,642
mi.!
3.9L
Magnum
V6,
AT,
full
2009
FORD
RANGER
6.0L
Vortec
V8,
AT,
TS,
CC,
full
power,
ice
2004
MAZDA
6
2006
CHEVY
MALIBU
MAXX
LTZ
MILES!*
*ONLY
116,668
MILES!
*CLEAN
CARFAX*
#B-11-445449
#T-13-445449
#T-12-445449
#T-14-445449
2005 LINCOLN
LS*837,599
V6 G35 JOURNEY
2008
INFINITI
2004
DODGE
DAKOTA
3.0L
V6,
AT,
Xenon
headlights,
front
and
cold
AC,
2-tone
paint,
short
bed,
brand
CD,
AC,
Sport
pkg.,
keyless,
alloy whs.
3.5L
V6,
AT,
suede/heated
leather,
dual
power,
TS,
CC,
AC,
cloth,
CD,
Sport
pkg.,
2005
FORD
F150
LONG
BED
cold
AC,
cloth,
LS
pkg.,
Quad
Cab,
short
bed,
2002
CHEVY
1500
Z71
SUPERCAB
4X4
ood grain, front and side air bags,
2007
CHEVY
AVALANCHE
4X4
2004
MAZDA
6
2006
CHEVY
MALIBU
MAXX
LTZ
1997
GMC
SIERRA
1500
4X4 CAB
2004
FORD
F150
FX4
2009
BUICK
ENCLAVE
2005
LINCOLN
LS
V6
side
air
bags,
heated
leather,
TS,
CC,
AC,
Only
129,940
Miles!
Heated
leather,
climate
control,
premium
audio,
2005
CHEVY
COLORADO
CREW
Z2
1-owner,
clean
Carfax,
5.3L
Vortec
V8,
AT,
Only
115,297
mi.!
4.0L
V6,
AT,
white
new
w/new
tires.
1-ow
Ram
graphics, new5.4L
tires.
CREW
CAB
2WD
tan heated/cooling leather, Sony
2002
2500HD
4X4 and 5.7LOnly
4X4
chrome whs.
98,704
Miles!,
2-Owner,
5.3 V8,#T-21-445449
Full
Pwr,
3.0Ltires.
V6, AT,CHEVY
Xenon
headlights,
#T-20-445449 front
#T-19-445119
3.5L
V6, AT,
suede/heated
#B-18-445449
Vortec
350
V8,
AT P/steering,
bench
V8,
Triton
V8,
AT, PW, PL, leather,
PM, ice dual
cold
Bose stereo, P/moonroof,
tinted
windows,

***BUYRIGHTAUTOSALESINC.COM***
*OWN A TRUCK, SAVE AT THE PUMP*

Burlwood
grain,
front and
side
bags,
P/moonroof,
whs.,
titanium
interior
trim,
w/navi.,
1-Owner,
V6, Htd
Leather,
Dual
Climate
Control,
dual
air brand
bags,
full power,
bucket
seats,P/ice keyless,
facedchrome
gauges,
2-tone
cloth,
fullair
power,
T,
eo,fullP/moonroof,
new
tires. Bose
6.0L
Vortec
AT,5.4L
TS,
CC,
power,
iceAC,
Only
122,165
mi.,
V8,full
AT,
fullCC,
power,
side
air
bags,V8,
heated
leather,
TS,
climate
control,new
premium
audio,
AC,
Supercab,
dual exhaust
keyless
whs.
#A-24-445429
tires.
P/tilt,
tanSport
heated/cooling
leather,
Sony
18short
wheels.
#A-23-445429
#A-25-445429
Bose
Stereo
W/Nav.,
P/Moonroof,
Rear
Buckets,
cold AC, moonroof,
2-tone paint,
bed, brand newCD,
AC,
pkg., keyless,
alloy
whs. entry, 17
kg.,
cold
AC,
cloth,
LS
pkg.,
Quad
Cab,
short
bed,
TS,
CC,
AC,
cloth,
Nerf
bars,
chrome
Bose
stereo,
P/moonroof,
tinted
windows,
P/moonroof,
keyless,
chrome
whs.,
and tires.
stereo,
P/moonroof,
brand
new
tires.
new
tires.
w/new
tires.
*1-OWNER/CARFAX/TEXAS
OWNED*
3rd
Row,
Chrome
Wheels
W/
New
Tires
#T-21-445449
#T-20-445449
T-19-445119
chrome
whs. w/matching
keyless
entry,whs.
17 tires.
whs. #A-25-445429
#A-24-445429
new tires.
#B-18-445449
#T-27-445429
#T-16-445449
#A-23-445429
#A-22-445429

$8,900
$2,900
$13,900
$13,900
$3,595
$10,900
$10,900
Printed by: NoSQLDataToReturn

0,900

$7,500
$9,900

SOLD

$7,500
$12,500
$8,900
$9,900

$10,495
$17,900
$2,900

$13,900

SOLD

3.5L
Vortec
5 cyl.,
AT,
front
andControl,
side airAT,
bags,
dualse
Only
106,642
mi.!Dual
3.9L
Magnum
fullbucket
Driver
Pwr Seat,
Climate
Cloth,
seating,
cloth,
CC,
AC,V6,
CD,
power,
TS,CC,
CC,
iceTS,
cold
AC,
keyless
entry, AC,
alloy
cold
power,
AC,
cloth,
CD,CD,
Sport
Keyless,
New Tires
SL TS,
pkg.,
4 wh.
ABS,
short
bed.pkg.,
Ram
graphics,
tires. #T-28-445429
#T-19-445119
* FREE
7500
MILE new
WARRANTY
*

***BUYR
$1
$10,900
$13,495
$7,500

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5 FORD F150 LONG BED 1997 GMC SIERRA 1500 4X4


2004 CHEVY 1500 2WD
4X4
5.7L Vortec 350 V8, AT P/steering, bench V8, AT, dual air bags, full power, TS, CC,
2004YUKON
DODGEDENALI
DAKOTA
22,165 mi., 5.4L V8,
AT,
full
power,
LONG
BED
2002
CHEVY
1500 Z71
2007 HUMMER H3 4X4
seating, cloth,2005
TS,
CC,FORD
AC, CD, F150
2011
FORD F-250
AC,
cloth, Quad
Pro Comp
susp.SIERRA
lift,
GMCCHEVY
XL AWD
2006
CHEVY
AVALANCHE
Z71
2002
DODGE
GRLS
CARAVAN
ES
1997
GMC
1500
4X4 2005
2004
1500
2WD
YCC,
S10
CAB
4X4
F150
FX4
CHEVY
CREW
CAB
Z71
4X4Cab,
2002
S10
AC, CREW
cloth,
Nerf
bars,
2002
CHEVY
S10
CREW
CAB
4X4
2005
CHEVY
COLORADO
CREW
CAB
Z71 LS
2008
CHEVY
COLORADO
CREW
CAB
Z71 V8,
4X4
2005
CHEVY
COLORADO
CAB
Inline2004
6 Cyl.,
AT,FORD
Fullchrome
Pwr,
Htd
Leather,2008
Dual
1-owner,
clean
Carfax,
5.3LCHEVY
Vortec
AT, CR
O
SLClimate
pkg.,
4CREW
wh. COLORADO
ABS, short
bed.Z71
2WD
3
body
lift,
chrome
whs.
6.0 VortecCREW
V8, 2 T
oneCAB
Htd. Leather,
31 Settings,
2002
CHEVY
2500HD
4X4
4X4
5.3 V8,
Full Pwr,
TS,Vortec
CC, AC,V6,
31 Settings,
350
V8,
AT
P/steering,
bench
V-6,
AT,front
whiteand
faced
gauges,
full pwr,
TS, CC,
AC, 5.7L VortecSUPER
V8,
AT,
dual
air
bags,
full
power,
TS,
CC,
ull power,
TS,
CC,
ice
cold
AC,
CD,
5.4L
Triton
V8,
AT,
PW,
PL,
PM,
ice
cold
DUTY
4X4
3.7L
Vortec
5
cyl.,
AT,
side
air
bags,
bucket
seats,
whs. w/matching
tires.
4.3L
AT,
full
power,
TS
3.5L
Vortec
5
cyl.,
AT,
front
and
side
air
bags,
bucket
seats,
full
Control,
P/Moonroof,
ABS,
Chrome
dualand
air bags,
full
power,
bucket
seats,
ice
Bose
Stereo
W/ Nav.
P/Moonroof,
DVD,
Rear
Buck4.3L
Vortec
V6,
AT,
full
power,
TS,
CC,
ice
cold
AC,
CD,
fac
Only
106,642
mi.!
3.9L
Magnum
V6,
AT,
full
3.7L
Vortec
5
cyl.,
AT,
front
side
air
bags,
bucket
seats,
3.5L
Vortec
5
cyl.,
AT,
front
and
side
air
bags,
bucket
seats,
full
6.0L
Vortec
V8,
AT,
TS,
CC,
full
power,
ice
Only
122,165
mi.,
5.4L
V8,
AT,
full
power,
seating,
cloth,
TS,
CC,
AC,Ice
CD,
Cloth, Keyless, Nerf Bars, Alloy
Wheels.
AC,
cloth,
Quad
Cab,
Pro
Comp
susp.
lift,
W, bedliner, alloy
whs.
AC, Supercab,
new
full power, TS, CC, Infiniti
AC, CD,
LT htd
pkg.,
TW, rear
keyless
entry.
stereo,
leather,
buckets,
cloth,
TW,
bedliner,
power,
TS,
CC,
ice
cold
AC,
CD,
keyless
entry,
alloy
whs.
Wheels W/
Newdual
Tires,exhaust
6.2L
Triton
V-8,
AT,
Full
Pwr,
TS,
CC,
Cold
AC,
ets,
3rd
Row,
2010
Denali
20
Wheels
paint,keyless
short bed,
brand
CDa
power, TS, CC, AC,
cloth,
CD, Sport
pkg., AC, cold
cold
AC, pkg.,
cloth,
pkg.,
Quadshort
Cab,
short
bed,
TS,entry,
CC, AC,
cloth,
Nerf bars, chrome
cloth,
TW,4LSwh.
bedliner,
alloy
whs.
fullchrome
power,
TS, CC,
CD,AC,
LT 2-tone
pkg., TW,
entry.
power, TS,and
CC,
ice cold AC, CD, keyless
alloy
whs.
SL
ABS,
bed.
3 body lift,
whs.
tires.
3rd row, alloy wheels

117,445 MILES*
* ADVENTURER PACKAGE *

7,500

#T-17-445449

#T-28-445429

#T-27-445429

*ONLY 100,129 MILES*

whs. w/matching tires.


$13,900
$10,900
*OWN A TRUCK,
SAVE AT THE PUMP*
TOSALESINC.COM***
$7,500
$10,495

2004 DODGE DAKOTA

#T-31-445429

#T-16-445449

#T-30-445429

#T-32-445429
#T-27-445429

Super Cab, Shortbed, Alloy Wheels.


#B-18-445449
#T-28-445429

chrome whs.
*ONLY 117,445
MILES*

*OWN A TRUCK, SAVE AT THE PUMP*

Ram
graphics,
new
tires.
* CALL
ASAP
BEFORE
ITS
GONE!
*
#T-19-445119
#T-17-445449

$10,900
$8,900
***BUYRIGHTAUTOSALESINC.COM***
2002 CHEVY 1500 Z71

2009 FORD RANGER


SUPERCAB 4X4

*ONLY 117,445 M

* #T-30-445429
2 - OWNER
FREE CARFAX#T-20-445449
*
new/ tires.

*ONLY 100,129 MILES*

$13,900***BUYRIGHTAUTOS
$7,500
$13,900
#T-31-445429

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#T-32-445429

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 1B

PAULDING COUNTY

RESULTS

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SECOND RUNNER-UP KI
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PRINCESS Caroline Wi
JR. KING Trent Thornell
ths
JR. QUEEN Mariah Griffi

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Junior Fair royalty, crowned on Monday to start the fair, included, front from left Princess Caroline Winans, Junior King Trent Thornell, Prince Caleb McClure and Junior Queen Mariah Griffiths.
2015 Paulding County Fair Queen Alexis Howell (back) presided over the ceremony.

Junior Fair
Special Awards

Outstanding Live
stocker Award
Megan Reineck
Showman of Sh
owmen Award Aaron Horstman

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The Junior Fair King and Queen were crowned at the Paulding County Fair Monday, June 13. Reigning over this years events were
King Luke Jackson and Queen Kacey Reinhart (center). Fair royalty included, from left Austin Howell, first runner-up king; Joseph
Schmidt, second runner-up king; Jackson; Reinhart; Estee Miller, first runner-up queen; Katlynn Fuller, second runner-up queen.

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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
udy Wells/Paulding County Progress in animal projects. Judging was based 40 percent on livestock
SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN Aaron Horstman (right) was the Showman of Showmen winner of this years Paulding County Fair. He is projects, 40 percent other projects, and 20 percent community
being congratulated by Rodney Mobley. The Showman of Showmen competition was held June 17 among the champion of champion service. Applicants also were interviewed by the 4-H Advisory
Committee.
winners from beef, dairy, dairy/beef, sheep, swine, goat, horse, rabbit and poultry departments.
Cloverbud Show-N-Tell was
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kids ages 5-8 and in grades
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Jr. Leaders members. Each
participant received a ribbon
for their work.

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 3B

Junior Fair Beef Cattle


Senior Beef Showmanship
Jared Sukup, first
Junior Beef Showmanship
Morgan Hefner, first
Beginning Beef Showmanship
Kadence Thomas, first
Champion of Champion Beef Showmanship Kadence Thomas, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Brooke
Molitor, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Eli Molitor, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Jacob Sukup, first
Grand Champion Beef Female
Blake Miller, first
Reserve Champion Beef Female

Noah Ryan, second


First Place Class A Beef Feeder
Jared Sukup
Second Place Class A Beef Feeder
Brooke Molitor
First Place Class B Beef Feeder
Jared Sukup
Second Place Class B Beef Feeder
Hannah Molitor
First Place Class C Beef Feeder
Hannah Molitor
Second Place Class C Beef Feeder
Noah Ryan
Champion Beef Feeder Hannah
Molitor, first
Reserve Champion Beef Feeder
Jared Sukup, second

First Place Class A Steer Eli Molitor


Second Place Class A Steer Eli
Molitor
First Place Class B Steer Jared
Sukup
Second Place Class B Steer Alicia
Maag
First Place Class C Steer Joshua
Sukup
Second Place Class C Steer
Jacob Sukup
Champion Market Steer Jared
Sukup, first
Reserve Champion Market Steer
Joshua Sukup, second
Rate of Gain Market Steer Blake
Miller, first

Junior Fair Dairy Beef

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

In the Junior Fair Beef Show, winners included, from left Joshua Sukup Reserve Champion Market Steer, First Place Class C Steer; Jared Sukup First Place Class B Steer, First Place Class A Beef
Senior Dairy Beef Showmanship Second Place Dairy/Beef Feeder Second Place Dairy/Beef Class E Feeder, First Place Class B Beef Feeder, Senior Beef Showmanship, Reserve Champion Beef Feeder
and Champion Market Steer; Jacob Sukup Advanced Skillathon, Second Place Class C Steer.
Tanner Cook, first
Class A Joe Schmidt
Trent Thornell
Junior Dairy Beef Showmanship
Claudia Sinn, first
Beginning Dairy Beef Showmanship Nyle Stoller, first
Champion of Champion Dairy Beef
Showmanship Tanner Cook, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Laura Thornell, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Bethany Klopfenstein, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Megan
Reineck, first
First Place Dairy/Beef Feeder
Class A Hopeful Rose

First Place Dairy/Beef Feeder


Class B Tanner Cook
Second Place Dairy/Beef Feeder
Class B Ezra Sinn
First Place Dairy/Beef Class C
Kacey Reinhart
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class C
Joe Schmidt
First Place Dairy/Beef Class D
Laura Thornell
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class D
Crystal Klopfenstein
First Place Dairy/Beef Class E
Bethany Klopfenstein

First Place Dairy/Beef Class F


Misti Klopfenstein
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class F
Luke Jackson
First Place Dairy/Beef Class G
Samantha Meggison
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class G
Eli Sinn
Grand Champion Dairy Feeder
Misti Klopfenstein
Reserve Champion Dairy Feeder
Laura Thornell

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Winning trophies in junior fair judging were, from left Eli Molitor First Place Class A Steer, Second
Place Class A Steer, Intermediate Skillathon and Second Place Shooting Sports; Brooke Molitor First
Place Beginning Clothing, First Place Beginner Class Modeling, Beginner Beef Skillathon and Second
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Hopeful Rose won First Place Place Class A Beef Feeder; Hannah Molitor Second Place Class B Beef Feeder, First Place Class C Beef
Feeder, Champion Beef Feeder and Second Place Beginning Clothing.
Class A Dairy/Beef Feeder.
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Misti Klopfenstein won Cham- Alicia Maag won Second


pion Dairy/Beef Feeder and First Place Class B Steer and Junior
Place Class F Dairy/Beef Feeder. Swine Showmanship.

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Tanner Cook won Senior


Dairy/Beef Showmanship, First
Jack Woods (left) won Second Place Class A Market Lamb and Place Class B Dairy/Beef FeedBeginner Skillathon. Sam Woods won Second Place Class E Mar- er and Second Place Class B
Market Hog.
ket Lamb and Second Place Class C Market Lamb.

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Claudia Sinn Junior Dairy/Beef Showmanship


Laura Thornell Reserve Champion Dairy/Beef Feeder, First Place Class D Dairy/Beef
Joe Schmidt Second Place Class A Diary/Beef, Second Place Class C Dairy/Beef
Trent Thornell Second Place Class E Dairy/Beef

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Multiple-trophy winners during Junior Fair judging included Kalyn Strahley (left) Champion of Champion Sheep Showmanship; Senior Sheep Showmanship, Champion of Champion Horse Showmanship;
Hunter Horse Showmanship, Sr. Western Showmanship, Champion of Champion Pleasure Horse, Reserve Champion Performance Horses, Reserve Champion Standard Breed Poultry, First Place Class E
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Market Lamb; and Hannah Farr, Grand Champion Market Lamb, First Place Class D Market Lamb, Senior
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Junior Fair Swine


Senior Swine Showmanship Ray
Kupfersmith, first
Junior Swine Showmanship Alicia
Maag, first
Beginning Swine Showmanship
Lucas Beckman, first
Champion of Champion Swine
Showmanship Trevor Speice, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Ethan
Steel, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Eric
Thornell, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Autumn
Banks, first
Market Hog Class A First Place
Rachelle Maag, first
Market Hog Class A Second Place
Ethan Steel, second
Market Hog Class B First Place
Mason Steel, first
Market Hog Class B Second Place
Tanner Cook, second

Alicia Maag (left) won Junior Swine Showmanship. Rachelle


Maag won First Place Class A Market Hog and First Place Class
C Market Hog.

Market Hog Class C First Place


Rachelle Maag, first
Market Hog Class C Second Place
Eric Thornell, second
Market Hog Class D First Place
Ray Kupfersmith, first
Market Hog Class D Second Place
Lucas Beckman, second
Market Hog Class E First Place
Trevor Speice, first
Market Hog Class E Second Place
Connor Arend, second
Market Hog Class F First Place
Connor Arend, first
Market Hog Class F Second Place
Justin Speice, second
Grand Champion Market Hog
Connor Arend, first
Reserve Champion Market Hog
Trevor Speice

Junior Fair Rabbits

Junior Fair Swine Show winners included, front from left


Ethan Steel, Beginner Skillathon and Second Place Class A Market Hog; trophy holder Jordan Steel; back row Eric Thornell, Intermediate Skillathon and Second Place Class C Market Hog; Ray Senior Rabbit Showmanship 6 Class Senior Buck Jowaine
Grimes, first
Kupfersmith, Senior Swine Showmanship and First Place Class Alexis Howell, first
D Market Hog; Mason Steel, First Place Class B Market Hog.
Junior Rabbit Showmanship Katy 6 Class Senior Doe Jowaine

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Winners in rabbit show judging included Ethan Noggle (left)


Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress Reserve Champion Rabbit Meat Pen, Intermediate Market Skil Alexis Howell won Grand Champion Pygmy Goat in both Junior lathon, Intermediate Breeding Skillathon; and Katy Williamson,
Fair and open goat show, Senior Rabbit Showmanship, Advanced Grand Champion Rabbit Meat Pen, Beginner Breeding SkillaSkillathon Breeding Goat and Advanced Skillathon Sheep.
thon, Junior Rabbit Showmanship, First Place Doe and Litter.

Williamson, first
Beginning Rabbit Showmanship
Katie Anna Baumle, first
Champion of Champion Rabbit
Showmanship Haleigh Stoller, first
Beginner Market Skill-a-thon
Carter Manz, first
Intermediate Market Skill-a-thon
Ethan Noggle, first
Advanced Market Skill-a-thon
Luke Jackson, first
Beginner Breeding Skillathon
Katy Williamson, first
Intermediate Breeding Skillathon Ethan Noggle, first
Advanced Breeding Skillathon
Jowaine Grimes, first
Grand Champion Single Fryer Jacob Kuhn, first
Reserve Champion Single Fryer
Ben Estle, second
Grand Champion Rabbit Meat Pen
Katy Williamson, first
Reserve Champion Rabbit Meat
Pen Ethan Noggle, second

Grimes, first
6 Class Junior Buck Bailey Meyer,
first
6 Class Junior Doe Jowaine
Grimes, first
Grand Champion 6-Class Bailey
Meyer, first
Best Opposite 6 Class Jowaine
Grimes, first
4 Class Senior Buck Jowaine
Grimes, first
4 Class Senior Doe Jowaine
Grimes, first
4 Class Junior Doe Ethan Noggle,
first
Grand Champion 4 Class Jowaine
Grimes, first
Best Opposite 4 Class Jowaine
Grimes, first
Mixed Breed Rabbit Overall
Jowaine Grimes, first
Best of Show Bailey Meyer, first
Best Opposite, All Breeds Jowaine
Grimes, first
Doe & Litter Katy Williamson, first

Junior Fair
Small Animals
SMALL ANIMALS
You and Your Dog Ilse Zijlstra, best
Dog Obedience Bailey Meyer, best
Dog Performance Sydney Trahin, best
Cavy Project Riley Smith, best
Pet Rabbit Jacob Banks, best
TROPHIES
First Place Small Animal Sydney
Trahin
Second Place Small Animal Bailey Meyer

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

In judging for Small Animal, Horseless Horse and Jr. Leaders projects, winners included, front from left Sydney Trahin, First Place Dog
Performance and First Place Small Animal Project; Riley Smith, First Place Cavy Project; Mallory Mansfield, First Place From Airedales to
Zebras, Level 1 and First Place Veterinary Science Project; Faith Meraz, First Place All Systems Go! Level 2 and Second Place Veterinary Science Project; Jacob Banks, First Place Pet Rabbit Project; Isabella Meyer, First Place Horseless Horse Project; Bailey Meyer, First Place Dog
Obedience Project; Chloe Beining, Second Place Cat Project; back row Estee Miller, Second Place Jr. Leaders Project; Alex Reinhart, First
Place Climbing Up, Level 2 and First Place Cat Project; Jacob Stouffer, First Place Purr-fect Pals, Level 1.

All System Go!, Level 2 Faith Meraz, best


TROPHIES
First Place Veterinary Science
Mallory Mansfield
Second Place Veterinary Science
Faith Meraz
HORSELESS HORSE
Horseless Horse Isabella Meyer, best
TROPHIES
First Place Horseless Horse Project Isabella Meyer

CATS
Purr-fect Pals, Level 1 Jacob
Stouffer, best
Climbing Up, Level 2 Alex Reinhart, best
TROPHIES
First Place Cat Alex Reinhart
Second Place Cat Chloe Beining

JUNIOR LEADERS
Jr. Leaders Christine Clapsaddle,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Junior Leaders Christine Clapsaddle
Second Place Junior Leaders Estee Miller
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 5B

Junior Fair
Dairy
Senior Dairy Showmanship Hannah Farr, first
Champion of Champion Dairy
Showmanship Hannah Farr, first
Junior Yearling Heifer Hannah
Farr, first
Senior Yearling Heifer Hannah
Farr, first
Grand Champion Dairy Animal
Hannah Farr
Reserve Champion Dairy Animal
Hannah Farr

Katie Beckman won First Place Class D Market Goat.

Goat Show winners included Brooke Kilgore (front), Hunter Kesler won Reserve ChamFirst Place Class E Market Goat, Second Place Class B pion Market Goat and Second Place
Market Goat and Beginning Goat Showmanship; Estee Class H Market Goat.
Miller, Advanced Skillathon Market Goat and Second
Place Class A Market Goat; and Aaron Horstman, Champion of Champion Goat Showmanship, First Place Class
A Market Goat and Reserve Champion Senior Boer Doe.

Junior Fair Goats


Senior Goat Showmanship Trent
Church, first
Junior Goat Showmanship Jalynn
Parrett, first
Beginning Goat Showmanship
Brooke Kilgore, first
Champion of Champion Goat
Showmanship Aaron Horstman,
first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Market Goat
Anna Meraz, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Market
Goat Faith Meraz, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Market
Goat Estee Miller, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Breeding
Goat Anna Meraz, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Breeding Goat Faith Meraz, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Breeding
Goat Alexis Howell, first
Grand Champion Dairy Goat Faith
Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Dairy Goat
Libby Meraz, second
Grand Champion Pet Goat Bailey
Meyer, first
Reserve Champion Dairy Goat
Ilse Zijlstra, second
Grand Champion Pygmy Goat
Alexis Howell, first
Reserve Champion Pygmy Goat
Colton Howell, second
Grand Champion Dairy Market
Goat Anna Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Dairy Market
Goat Faith Meraz, second
0-3 months Breeding Boer Doe
Emma Horstman
3-6 months Breeding Boer Doe
Lexie Beckman, first
6-9 months Breeding Boer Doe
Jocelynn Parrett, first

Grand Champion Junior Boer Doe


Jocelynn Parrett, first
Reserve Champion Junior Boer
Doe Jalynn Parrett, second
Yearling 12-24 months Breeding
Boer Doe Aaron Horstman, first
Aged 36 months Breeding Boer
Doe Jalynn Parrett, first
Grand Champion Senior Boer Doe
Jalynn Parrett, first
Reserve Champion Senior Boer
Doe Aaron Horstman, second
Grand Champion Overall Boer Doe
Jalynn Parrett, first
Reserve Champion Overall Boer
Doe Jocelynn Parrett, second
Grand Champion Jr. Dairy Goat
Faith Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Jr. Dairy Goat
Faith Meraz, second
First Place Jr. Dairy Kid Libby
Meraz
Second Place Jr. Dairy Kid Anna
Meraz
First Place Dairy Wether Lily Halter
Second Place Dairy Wether Anna
Clemens
First Place Dry Yearling Faith
Meraz
Second Place Dry Yearling Caylin
Johanns
Grand Champion Sr. Dairy Goat
Faith Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Sr. Dairy Goat
Anna Meraz, second
First Place Doe 1-2 Years In Milk
Libby Meraz
Second Place Doe 1-2 Years In
Milk Faith Meraz
First Place Doe 3-4 Years In Milk
Faith Meraz

Doe 5 Years In Milk Anna Clemens, first


First Place Class A Market Goat
Aaron Horstman
Second Place Class A Market Goat
Estee Miller
First Place Class B Market Goat
Marley Parrett
Second Place Class B Market Goat
Brooke Kilgore
First Place Class C Market Goat
Lexie Beckman
Second Place Class C Market Goat
Meghan Todd
First Place Class D Market Goat
Katelyn Beckman
Second Place Class D Market Goat
Jalynn Parrett
First Place Class E Market Goat
Brooke Kilgore
Second Place Class E Market Goat
Brendan Hornish
First Place Class F Market Goat
Joshua Kuhn
Second Place Class F Market Goat
Meghan Todd
First Place Class G Market Goat
Jocelynn Parrett
Second Place Class G Market Goat
Janae Pease
First Place Class H Market Goat
Brendan Hornish
Second Place Class H Market Goat
Hunter Kesler
Grand Champion Market Goat
Brendan Hornish, first
Reserve Champion Market Goat
Hunter Kesler, second
Rate of Gain Goats Kyle Mobley,
first

The Junior Fair Goat Show was held June 14. Among the winners were sisters, from left Anna
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6B- Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Junior Fair Sheep


Senior Sheep Showmanship Ka- Second Place Class B Market
lyn Strahley, first
Lamb Austin Howell
Junior Sheep Showmanship Cam- First Place Class C Market Lamb
eron Graham, first
Cameron Graham
Beginning Sheep Showmanship Second Place Class C Market
Mackenzie Weible, first
Lamb Sam Woods
Champion of Champion Sheep First Place Class D Market Lamb
Showmanship Kalyn Strahley, first Hannah Farr
Beginner Skill-a-thon
Woods, first

Jack Second Place Class D Market


Lamb Mackenzie Weible

Intermediate Skill-a-thon Brooke First Place Class E Market Lamb


Gruelach, first
Kalyn Strahley
Advanced Skill-a-thon Alexis Second Place Class E Market
Howell, first
Lamb Sam Woods
First Place Class A Market Lamb Grand Champion Market Lamb
Brooke Gruelach, first
Hannah Farr, first
Second Place Class A Market Reserve Champion Market Lamb
Lamb Jack Woods
Mackenzie Weible, second

Mackenzie Weible won Reserve Champion Market Lamb, Begin- Hannah Farr won for Grand Champion Market Lamb and First First Place Class B Market Lamb Rate of Gain Market Lamb Ally Jo
ning Sheep Showmanship and Second Place Class D Market Lamb. Place Class D Market Lamb.
Merriman, first
Brooke Gruelach

Junior Fair
Family Consumer Sciences
HEALTH
First Aid in Action Ross Lee, best
Alcohol Decisions Alan Keysor,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Health Project Ross
Lee
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Ross Lee, Kaela Lucas, Hailee Huner
(alternate)

STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS


Maggie Cox, Lynelle Schneider, Courtney Luderman, Hannah Wilhelm, Kalin
Gerber, Aleyah Cline (alternate), Madelyn ODonnell (alternate)

HOME DECORATING
Makeover My Space Anne Eklund,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Home Decorating Project Anne Eklund
LEISURE ACTIVITIES
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Cake Decorating Maggie Cox,
Anne Eklund
best
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Cameron Graham won First Place Class C Austin Howell won Second Place Class B
Market Lamb and Junior Sheep Showmanship. Market Lamb.

My Favorite Things Fred Hoagland, best


Scrapbooking Courtney Luderman, best
You Can Quilt Kalin Gerber, best
TROPHIES
First Place Leisure Activity Project
Courtney Luderman
Second Place Leisure Activity
Maggie Cox

First Place Self-Determined Estee Miller


Second Place Self-Determined
Catherine Strable
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Estee Miller, Catherine Strable (alternate)

CREATIVE ARTS
Get Started in Art Raelyn Schweinsberg, best
TROPHIES
First Place Creative Arts Raelyn
Schweinsberg
Second Place Creative Arts
MONEY MANAGEMENT
Haylee Finfrock
Becoming Money Wise Matthew STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Stouffer, best
Raelyn Schweinsberg
TROPHIES
First Place Money Management DISCOVERING 4-H
Discovering 4-H Kahlea Shook,
Project Matthew Stouffer
best
SELF-DETERMINED
TROPHIES
Self Determined Estee Miller, best First Place Discovering 4-H
Kahlea Shook
TROPHIES

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Family Consumer Sciences projects were judged June 17. Winners included, front row from left
Raelyn Schweinsberg, First Place Get Started in Art and First Place Creative Arts; Kahlea Shook,
First Place Discovering 4-H; back row Hailee Finfrock, Second Place Creative Arts; Estee Miller,
First Place Self-Determined Project; Matthew Stouffer, First Place Becoming Money Wise and First
Place Money Management Project; Catherine Strable, Second Place Self-Determined Project; Fredrick Hoagland, First Place My Favorite Things Project.

Junior Fair Style Revue


BEGINNING PROJECTS
Sew Fun Brooke Molitor, best
Tops for Tweens Hannah Molitor,
best
ADVANCED PROJECTS
Creative Costumes Adrienne
Rosswurm, best

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Among the winners in Family Consumer Science projects were, from left Ross Lee, First Place First
Aid in Action and First Place Health Project; Maggie Cox, First Place Cake Decorating and Second Place
Leisure Activity Project; Alan Keysor, First Place Alcohol Decisions; Courtney Luderman, First Place
Scrapbooking and First Place Leisure Activity Project; Kalin Gerber, First Place You Can Quilt!.

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Best Beginning Clothing Award Award Kahlea Shook
Outstanding Clothing Award AdriBrooke Molitor, first
enne Rosswurm
Second Place Beginning Clothing
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Hannah Molitor, second
Brooke Molitor, Hannah Molitor,
Best Advanced Clothing Award Adrienne Rosswurm, Kahlea Shook
Adrienne Rosswurm, first
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TROPHIES

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 7B

Junior Fair Conservation


Science & Engineering
ELECTRICITY
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Magic of Electricity Cameron Ethan Noggle, Dustyn McCloud, Eli
Cox, best
Molitor
Investigating Electricity Ethan
ATV
Noggle, best
ATV Safety Cale Winans, best
TROPHIES
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First Place ATV Project Cale
Cox
Winans
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Cameron Cox
CONSERVATION
Lets Explore the Outdoors Isaac
WELDING
Arcs and Sparks Abram Klopfen- Smalley, best
Ohio Birds Jonathon Reinhard,
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TROPHIES
First Place Welding Project Trapping Muskrats in Ohio Joe
Schmidt, best
Abram Klopfenstein
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First Place Conservation Joe
Klopfenstein
Schmidt
WOODWORKING
Second Place Conservation ConMeasuring Up, Level 1 Jessica nor Baumle
Thornell, best
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Making the Cut, Level 2 Bryce Joe Schmidt, Connor Baumle (alterRosswurm, best
nate)
TROPHIES
First Place Woodworking Bryce FISHING
Fishing for Beginners Anna
Rosswurm
Second Place Woodworking Jes- Clemens, best
TROPHIES
sica Thornell
John & Bernadyne Rogers Wood- First Place Fishing Anna Clemens
working Award Therin Coyne
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Anna Clemens
Bryce Rosswurm
SHOOTING SPORTS
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Safe Use of Guns Eli Moore, best
Rockets Away 2-Liter Jacob Basic Archery Riley Stoller, best
Stouffer, best
TROPHIES
Science Fun with Flight Tim Key- First Place Shooting Sports Riley
sor, best
Stoller
Rockets Away Estes Jeremiah Second Place Shooting Sports
Koenig, best
Eli Moore
Robotics 1 with LEGO EV3 Ryan STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Bakle, best
Eli Moore, Riley Stoller, Anna Meraz
Rocket Master Jacob Klopfen- (alternate), Libby Meraz (alternate)
stein, best
TROPHIES
PHOTOGRAPHY
First Place Sci. & Technology Focus on Photography, Level 1
Jacob Klopfenstein
Liza Carpenter, best
Second Place Sci. & Technology Controlling the Image, Level 2
Jacob Stouffer
Elle Moore, best
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Mastering Photography, Level 3
Jacob Stouffer, Jeremiah Koenig, Ja- Allison Reineck, best
cob Klopfenstein
TROPHIES
First Place Photography Allison
SMALL ENGINES
Reineck
Crank It Up Jacob Keough, best
Second Place Photography Liza
TROPHIES
Carpenter
First Place Small Engines Jacob STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Keough
Allison Reineck
TRACTOR & MACHINERY OPERATION
Tractor 2: Gearing Up For Safety
Dustyn McCloud, best
Tractor 3: Moving Out Eli Molitor,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Tractor Project Dustyn McCloud

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Among the winners in Conservation, Science & Engineering projects were, from left Ethan Noggle, First Place Investigating
Electricity; Cameron Cox, First Place Magic of Electricity and First Place Electricity Project; Bryce Rosswurm, First Place Making
the Cut, Level 2 and First Place Woodworking Project; Abram Klopfenstein, First Place Arcs and Sparks Project and First Place
Welding Project; Jessica Thornell, First Place Measuring Up, Level 1 and Second Place Woodworking Project; Therin Coyne, John
and Bernadyne Rogers Woodworking Award.

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Judging of Conservation, Science & Engineering projects was held June 17. Among the winners were, front row from left Tim
Keysor, First Place Science Fun with Flight; Jeremiah Koenig, First Place Rockets Away Estes; Jacob Keough, First Place Crank it
Up and First Place Small Engines Project; back row Jacob Stouffer, First Place Rockets Away 2-Liter and Second Place Science
and Technology Project; Ryan Bakle, First Place Robotics 1 with Lego EV3 Project; Jacob Klopfenstein, First Place Rocket Master
and First Place Science and Technology Project; Eli Molitor, First Place Tractor 3: Moving Out Project.

WRITING
The Writer In You Madison Coyne,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Writing Project Madison Coyne

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Trophy winners for photography and writing projects included, from left Liza Carpenter, First
Place Focus on Photography, Level 1 and Second Place Photography; Allison Reineck, First Place
Mastering Photography, Level 3 and First Place Photography; Madison Coyne, First Place The
Writer in You and First Place Writing Project; Elle Moore, First Place Controlling the Image, Level 2.

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Trophy winners at Conservation, Science & Engineering judging were, from left Riley Stoller,
First Place Basic Archery Project and First Place Shooting Sports; Jonathon Reinhard, First Place
Ohio Birds Project; Isaac Smalley, First Place Lets Explore the Outdoors Project; Anna Clemens,
First Place Fishing for Beginners Project and First Place Fishing.

Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress

Joe Schmidt won First Place


Conservation Project for his In Tuesdays Modeling Contest, Brooke Weidenhamer (right) won
in the Advanced Class category and also Best Overall Model.
rope project.

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Cloverbud Class Emma Stouffer
Beginner Class Brooke Molitor
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Best Overall Model Brooke Weidenhamer

8B- Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Junior Fair Food & Nutrition


BEGINNING PROJECTS
Lets Start Cooking - Crystal Klopfenstein, best
Snack Attack Rayni Rister, best
Fast Break for Breakfast - Kristin
Wannemacher, best
INTERMEDIATE PROJECTS
Lets Bake Quick Breads Hannah
Wilhelm, best
Sports Nutrition 2: Get Set Anne
Eklund, best
Star Spangled Foods Rayni Rister,
best
Racing the Clock to Awesome
Meals Sydney Reineck, best
ADVANCED PROJECTS
Yeast Breads on the Rise - Megan
Reineck, best
Youre the Chef Katelyn Estle,
best
Beyond the Grill Isaac Smalley,
best

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Winners in Food and Nutrition judging included, front from left Kristin Wannemacher, First Place Fast Break for Breakfast; Crystal Klopfenstein, First Place Lets Start Cooking and First Place Beginner Cooking Project; Rayni Rister, First Place Snack Attack!,
First Place Star Spangled Foods, Second Place Beginner Cooking Project and First Place Intermediate Cooking Project; back row
Sydney Reineck, First Place Racing the Clock to Awesome Meals; Megan Reineck, First Place Yeast Breads on the Rise and Second
Place Advanced Food Project; Anne Eklund, First Place Sports Nutrition 2: Get Set and Second Place Intermediate Food Project;
Hannah Wilhelm, First Place Lets Bake Quick Breads.

TROPHIES
Best Beginning Food Project
Crystal Klopfenstein, first
Second Place Beginning Food
Project Rayni Rister, second
Best Intermediate Food Project
Rayni Rister, first
Second Place Intermediate Food
Project Anne Eklund, second
Best Advanced Food Project
Katelyn Estle, first
Second Place Advanced Food Project Megan Reineck, second
First Place Food Science Kathryn
Oberlin, first
Bernadyne Rogers Memorial
Award Samuel Moore

STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS


Megan Reineck, Katelyn Estle,
Christine Clapsaddle (alternate),
Hannah Wilhelm, Anne Ekllund, Kaitlyn Doster, Joy Moran, Rayni Rister,
Sydney Reineck, Nathan Wilhelm
(alternate), Crystal Klopfenstein,
Kristin Wannemacher, Kahlea Shook
FOOD SCIENCE
(alternate), Raelyn Schweinsberg
Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry (alternate), Kathryn Oberlin, Jocelynn Parrett (alternate)
Kathryn Oberlin, best

Junior Fair
Horticulture
VEGETABLE GARDENING
Lawncare Carson Rupp
How Does Your Garden Grow Rayni Rister
Grow Your Own Vegetables Katy
Williamson
TROPHIES
First Place Vegetable Gardening
Katy Williamson
First Place Horticulture Rayni
Rister
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Rayni Rister, Katy Williamson, Alexis
Keysor (alternate), Jordan McDorman (alternate)

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

The Paulding County Master Gardener Volunteers held a Garden Treasures


Contest. Awards were given for best fairy gardens (miniature gardens) in two
age categories, youth (ages 6-17) and adult (18 and up). First Place Fairy Garden Youth (above) was won by Delana Noggle. Second place went to Rayni
Rister. Fairy Garden Adult winner was Sarah Sajuan.

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Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Gardening and Horticulture winners included, from left Carson Rupp, First Place
Lawncare; Katy Williamson, First Place Grow Your Own Vegetables and First Place
Vegetable Gardening; Rayni Rister, First Place How Does Your Garden Grow and First
Place Horticulture.

Congratulations

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 9B

Junior Fair Poultry


Senior Poultry Showmanship
Hannah Farr, first
Junior Poultry Showmanship
Bethany Klopfenstein, first
Beginning Poultry Showmanship
Ashley Bulka, first
Champion of Champion Poultry
Showmanship Hannah Farr, first
Beginning Chicken Skill-a-thon
Ryan Rupp, first
Intermediate Chicken Skill-a-thon
Madison Coyne, first
Advanced Chicken Skill-a-thon
Hannah Farr, first
Beginning Turkey Skill-a-thon
Anna Clemens, first
Intermediate Turkey Skill-a-thon
Bethany Klopfenstein, first
Advanced Turkey Skill-a-thon Jacob Klopfenstein, first
Beginning Duck or Geese Skill-athon Xander Kohart, first
Intermediate Duck or Geese Skilla-thon Haylee Finfrock, first
Advanced Duck or Geese Skill-athon Abby McMichael, first
Grand Champion Chicken Meat
Pen Hannah Farr, first
Reserve Champion Chicken Meat
Pen Jonathan Reinhard, second

Grand Champion Turkey Meat Pen


Jacob Klopfenstein, first
Reserve Champion Turkey Meat
Pen Jacob Klopfenstein, second
Grand Champion Tom Turkey Jonathan Reinhard, first
Reserve Champion Tom Turkey
Bethany Klopfenstein, second
Grand Champion Duck Meat Pen
of Two Austin Kuhn, first
Reserve Champion Duck Meat Pen
of Two Xander Kohart, second
Grand Champion Geese Meat Pen
of Two Emily Reinhard, first
Reserve Champion Geese Meat
Pen of Two Emily Reinhard, second
Grand Champion Standard Breed
Sydney Coyne, first
Reserve Champion Standard
Breed Kalyn Strahley, second
Grand Champion Bantam Breed
Sam Woods, first
Reserve Champion Bantam Breed
Sam Woods, second
Grand Champion Exhibition Bird
Sam Woods, first
Reserve Champion ExhibitioBird
Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress
Faith Meraz, second
Among the winners in poultry judging were, from left Jonathan Reinhard Reserve Champion Poultry Meat Pen and Grand

Champion Tom Turkey; Anna Clemens Beginning Turkey Skillathon; Faith Meraz Reserve Champion Exhibition Bird; Sydney
Coyne Grand Champion Standard Breed.

In the Junior Fair Poultry Show, Sam Woods won trophies for
Grand Champion Bantam Breed, Reserve Champion Bantam
Breed and Grand Champion Exhibition Bird.

Junior fair
kids qualify
for state fair

More than 40 junior fair participants have qualified to compete at the Ohio State Fair, to be
held July 27-Aug. 7. Those qualifying are:
Connor Baumle, Chloe
Beining, Anna Clemens, Cameron Cox, Maggie Cox, Kaitlyn
Doster, Anne Eklund, Katelyn
Estle, Kalin Gerber,
Abram Klopfenstein, Crystal
Klopfenstein, Jacob Klopfenstein, Jeremiah Koenig, Ross
Lee, Kaela Lucas, Courtney Luderman,
Mallory Mansfield, Dustyn
McCloud, Faith Meraz, Estee
Miller, Brooke Molitor, Eli Molitor, Hannah Molitor, Eli Moore,
Joy Moran, Ethan Noggle, Kathryn Oberlin,
Allison Reineck, Megan
Reineck, Sydney Reineck, Alex
Reinhart, Rayni Rister, Adrienne
Rosswurm, Bryce Rosswurm,
Joe Schmidt, Lynelle Schneider, Raelyn Schweinsberg, Riley
Stoller, Jacob Stouffer, Kristin
Wannemacher, Hannah Wilhelm, Katy Williamson.
Those qualifying as state fair
alternates are:
Ryan Bostelman, Christine
Clapsaddle, Aleyah Cline, Hailee Huner, Alexis Keysor, Jordan
McDorman, Anna Meraz, Libby
Meraz,
Madelyn ODonnell, Jocelynn Parrett, Raelyn Schweinsberg, Kahlea Shook, Catherine
Strable, Meghan Todd, Nathan
Wilhelm.

Winners in poultry and dairy/beef judging included, from left Crystal Klopfenstein Second Place Class D Dairy/Beef Feeder D
and Beginner Dairy/Beef Skillathon; Jacob Klopfenstein Advanced Turkey Skillathon, First Place Science and Technology Project,
Grand Champion Turkey Meat Pen, Reserve Champion Turkey Meat Pen, Second Place Senior Poultry Showmanship; Bethany Klopfenstein Intermediate Turkey Skillathon, Intermediate Dairy/Beef Skillathon, First Place Class E Dairy/Beef Feeder, Junior Poultry
Showmanship, Reserve Champion Tom Turkey, Second Place Junior Dairy/Beef Showmanship.

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10B- Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Junior Fair
Booth
Judging
Best Use of Theme Brown Bettys
and Buster Browns 4-H Club
Most Creative Award Flatrock Jr.
Farmers 4-H Club
Most Educational Award Livewires 4-H Club
Best Use of Color Award Campground Kids 4-H Club

Livewires 4-H Club won Most Educational Award in booth judging.

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress


Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

The Flatrock Jr. Farmers 4-H Clubs display won Most Creative
Award in booth judging.

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

The Campground Kids 4-H Club won Best Use of Color award in booth judging.

The Brown Bettys and Buster Browns 4-H Club won Best Use of Booth Theme award in booth
judging.

Junior Fair Poster Contest


Brooke Kilgore, second
BEEF
Sr. Division Alicia Maag, first;
Jr. Division ages 13 and under; RABBITS
Courtney Kupfersmith, second
Sr.
Division

Estee
Miller,
first;
Jr.
Division

Ezra
Sinn,
first;
RachSr. Division ages 14 and over
Jr. Division Ethan Noggle, first;
POULTRY
Jr. Division Bethany Klopfenstein,
first; Hailey Finfrock, second
Sr. Division Brooke Weidenhamer,
first; Jacob Klopfenstein, second

Joshua Kuhn, second

elle Maag, second


Sr. Division Hannah Farr, first; HORSES
SHEEP
Sr. Division Courtney Luderman,
Blake Miller, second
Jr. Division Katelyn Beckman,
Jr. Division Bryce Rosswurm, first;
first; Haleigh Stoller, second
first; Sydney Tranhin, second
Sam & Jack Woods, second
SWINE
GOATS
Sr. Division Hannah Farr, first; Jr. Division Cale Winans, first; Jes- Sr. Division Samantha Meggison,
Jr. Division Abigail Bail, first; Courtney Luderman, second
sica Thornell, second
first; Jowaine Grimes, second
Maggie Cox, second

Congratulations
to the

4H & FFA
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at the

Paulding County Fair

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 11B

Junior Fair
Parade
Judging
First Place Float Campground
Kids 4-H Club
Second Place Float Leaders of
Tomorrow 4-H Club
Third Place Float Brown Betty &
Buster Browns 4-H Club

The Junior Fair Parade was one of the first events to open the Paulding County Fair. In float judging, Campground Kids 4-H Club won first place, Leaders of Tomorrow
4-H Club won second place, and Brown Bettys and Buster Browns 4-H Club won third place.

Junior Fair Horses


Results from the Junior Fair
Pleasure & Performance Horse
Show on June 16 and the Junior
Fair Contesting Horse Show on

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to al tors
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Exhi

June 17 were not made available


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Progress as soon as possible.

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