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Upfront Carder crochets for loved ones


Blood drive BY STACY TAFF
staff@delphosherald.com
Christmas when I was down
in rehab, they had me make
planned DELPHOS—At Vancrest
all the garlands and decora-
tions for the Christmas tree,”
The American Red Cross Assisted Living, resident he said. “They were all little
will hold a blood drive at Bud Carder brings warmth crocheted hats. One of the
the Delphos Eagles from to the chilly season by knit- ladies said she’d give me a
10:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. call next time if they needed
ting blankets and hats for
on Thursday. Please call more.”
friends and family members.
1-800-RED-CROSS to make In addition to crocheting,
an appointment. Having crocheted for 40
years, Carder makes items Carder creates some glass-
Missionary for all ages and even gets work.
“I’ve done a lot of paint-
pastor returns requests.
“My mom used to crochet
ing and stained glass work,
like birds and roses,” he said.
to TUMC all the time and I’d watch her
and learn,” Carder said. “I
“My one son who lives in
Trinity United Methodist North Carolina is into a lot
started out making afghans of glasswork, too. I made the
Church will welcome back and then started on baby lamp I have in here; about
Missionary Pastor Benard blankets before moving onto 35 lamps total. I also used
Ondiek of Wachara, Kenya, hats. I’ve made baby blan- to do a lot of woodwork but
at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the kets for all the grandkids and not so much anymore. I did
Fellowship Hall. I think there’s one family all the endtables and shelves
A carry-in dinner will be that has two or three for each you see in here. Crocheting
enjoyed and then Ondiek will kid because they’ll outgrow is my favorite thing to do
give a PowerPoint presenta- them and need a longer one, right now.”
tion on his work with orphans so grandpa will make them With the weather cooling
and widows. one.” down quickly, Carder keeps
The public is welcome. Since he’s been in assist- busy making things to help
Dancer By Gina ed living, Carder has made
around 112 hats, 175-180
keep others warm.
“I’ve got a lot of hats in
holding since he’s been in the nurs-
ing home.
here. Most of them, along
with the one I’m working on
Stacy Taff photo

fundraiser “When I got down here right now, are spoken for,”
he said. “But I probably have
Vancrest Assisted Living resident Bud Carder, keeps busy crocheting hats and blan-
kets for his friends and loved ones. “All I have to do is add the cuff and then the pompom
The Dancer By Gina has in assisted living, I started on top and it’s finished,” he said about the black hat on his lap. To his left sit three fin-
making washcloths and a lot more hats out there than
a group of students who will ished hats.
potholders as well, and last I do in here.”
participate in a Mexican cul-

Obama backs India bid for


Taking out the big trash
tural exchange program in
the spring of 2011. The danc-

UN Security Council seat


ers will take class from the
Talulah Dance Company in
Mexico as well as perform
at the outdoor theatre in the By ERICA WERNER India — first in the financial
Iberostar Resorts. The Associated Press center of Mumbai and then
A fundraiser to help with in the capital of New Delhi
student’s cost of the trip will NEW DELHI — President — that he views the relation-
be held on Tuesday at an area
restaurant. The restaurant
Barack Obama today backed ship between the two coun-
will give 15% of the cost of India for a permanent seat on tries as one of the “defin-
the meals to the dancers on the U.N. Security Council, a ing partnerships” of the 21st
any meals purchased all day dramatic diplomatic gesture century. He set out to prove
Tuesday, including carry-outs. to his hosts at the end of his it by making India the first
Fliers are available at The first visit to this booming stop on a four-country tour
Dancer By Gina at 10996 nation. of Asia, and then through
Elida Road and must be pre- Obama made the economic announcements,
sented at time of purchase for announcement in a speech cultural outreach and finally
the fundraiser. For information to India’s parliament on the the announcement about the
call 419-692-6809. third and final day of his U.N. Security Council.
stay. In doing so, he fulfilled India has sought perma-
Sports what was perhaps India’s
dearest wish for Obama’s
nent council membership
as recognition of its surg-
trip here. India has sought ing economic clout and its
Jays set ticket sales permanent Security Council increased stature in world
for Ada game membership for years. affairs. The U.S. endorse-
Tickets for the St. John’s/ “The just and sustain- ment is certain to deepen the
Ada regional semifinal set for able international order that ties between the two coun-
7:30 p.m. Friday at Findlay’s America seeks includes tries and could also send
Donnell Stadium will be a United Nations that is Obama’s popularity in India
sold in the high school office efficient, effective, cred- skyrocketing to a level com-
7-8 p.m. Tuesday; 7:30 a.m. ible and legitimate,” Obama parable to that enjoyed by
to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday; said. “That is why I can say George W. Bush. The former
Nancy Spencer photos
7:30 a.m. to noon/1-3 p.m. Ed Turnwald (above) puts today — in the years ahead, president is seen as a hero
Thursday; and 7:30 a.m. to a large window in the dump- I look forward to a reformed here for helping end India’s
noon Friday. ster. An Allen County Refuse U.N. Security Council that nuclear isolation.
The school receives a representative said four includes India as a perma- In another important
percentage of all tickets pur- 4-yard rolloffs of items were gesture, Obama went far-
nent member.”
chased there. All tickets are collected in Delphos, a little ther than he had previously
$7 pre-sale, $9 at the gate.
The announcement
more than usual. Allen County brought the loudest applause during his stay in address-
Children 6 years old and up Refuse will hold its leaf pick- ing the terror threat inside
must have a ticket. of Obama’s speech. But it
up in Delphos on Nov. 18 for does not mean that India Pakistan, India’s neigh-
Allen County residents and will join the five permanent bor and archrival. Obama
Forecast Nov. 19 for Van Wert County Security Council members angered some here when he
residents. Leaves should be anytime soon. The U.S. is visited a memorial to victims
Sunny Tuesday; of the 2008 Mumbai terror
high in 60s. bagged and put out to the curb backing India’s member-
for pick-up. ship only in the context of attacks but didn’t mention
See page 3A. Pakistan, which was home to
unspecified reforms to the the attackers.
Keith Fischbach (right) council that could take years
tosses a chair from the back of “We will continue to insist
Index his truck into a roll-off dump-
to bring about. to Pakistan’s leaders that
That makes Obama’s terrorist safe-havens within
Obituaries 2A ster provided by Allen County announcement more of a
State/Local 3A Refuse Saturday morning for their borders are unaccept-
diplomatic gesture than a able, and that the terrorists
Politics 4A the monthly big item refuse concrete step. Nonetheless, it
collection in Delphos. The behind the Mumbai attacks
Community 5A underscores the importance be brought to justice,” the
Sports 6-7A event is held from 8 a.m. to the U.S. places on foster-
noon the first Saturday of president said in the address,
Engagements/Weddings 8A ing ties with this nation of to loud applause. “We must
Classifieds 2B each month in the parking
lot across from the munici-
1.2 billion people, something also recognize that all of us
TV 3B Obama has been seeking to have an interest in both an
pal building on North Canal
Street. All items except those accomplish throughout his Afghanistan and a Pakistan
containing hazardous material time here. that is stable, prosperous
are accepted. Obama said repeatedly and democratic — and none
throughout his three days in more so than India.”

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For The Record


OBITUARIES The Delphos
Delores B. Schimmoeller
Aug. 1, 1932-Nov. 6, 2010 Feb. 11, 1930-Nov. 7, 2010
Rita R. Hemker Lavern “Vern”
Gonyea
Herald
Delores B. Schimmoeller, Rita R. Hemker, 80, of Vol. 141 No. 125
78, of Ottoville, died 8:50 Delphos, died at 3:50 a.m. Nancy Spencer, editor
p.m. Saturday at Sara Jane Sunday at St. Rita’s Medical Ray Geary, general manager,
Living Center. Center. Delphos Herald Inc.
She was born Aug. 1, She was born Feb. 11, 1930, Don Hemple, advertising manager
1932 in Glandorf to John in Fort Jennings to Edward and Tiffany Brantley,
and Mary (Rosenbauer) Dorothy (Bigelow) Horstman. circulation manager
Hermiller. On June 23, 1951, she mar- William Kohl, general manager/
On June 13, 1953, ried Paul J. Hemker, who sur- Eagle Print
she married, Arthur C. vives. The Daily Herald (USPS 1525
Schimmoeller and he sur- Survivors also include son 8000) is published daily except
vives in Ottoville. Kenneth (Anne) Hemker of Sundays and Holidays.
Also surviving are eight Fort Jennings; daughters Laurita By carrier in Delphos and
children: Dianne (Steve) (Gerald) Cross of Delphos and area towns, or by rural motor
route where available $2.09 per
Carlisle of Indianapolis, Alice (Daniel) Stechschulte week. By mail in Allen, Van
IN, Cheryl (David) of Fort Jennings; four sis- Wert, or Putnam County, $105
Kleman of Ottoville, Jeff ters Denelda Brokamp and ber of St. John the Evangelist per year. Outside these counties
(Elaine) Schimmoeller of the head cook at Ottoville Euletta VonSossan of Delphos, Catholic Church. She was a $119 per year.
Ottoville, Doug (Heidi) Local School for many years. Delores Meeker of Lima and volunteer for St. Rita’s Medical April 15, 1935- Entered in the post office
Schimmoeller of Bryan, She was also a homemaker, Agatha (George) Kerns of Center for 18 years. She worked Nov. 5, 2010 in Delphos, Ohio 45833 as
Kevin Schimmoeller of loving wife, mother, grand- Fort Jennings; brother Gerald at I&K for more than 12 years. Periodicals, postage paid at
Ottoville, Scott (Kelly) mother and great-grand- Horstman of Fort Jennings; Mass of Christian Burial will Delphos, Ohio.
Lavern “Vern” Gonyea, 75, No mail subscriptions will be
Schimmoeller of Ypsilanti, mother. She was a member grandchildren Bradley (Sarah) begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. of Delphos, died at 5:30 p.m.
MI, Lori (Mark) Laudick accepted in towns or villages
of Immaculate Conception Cross, Brian (Megan) Cross, John the Evangelist Catholic Friday at St. Rita’s Medical where The Daily Herald paper
of Ottoville, and Brian Catholic Church, Ottoville Brandon (Nikki) Cross and Church, the Rev. Jacob Gordon Center. carriers or motor routes provide
Schimmoeller of Hilliard; 18 and the Ottoville VFW Amy Cross, Mindy (Dennis) officiating. Burial will be in St. He was born April 15, 1935, daily home delivery for $2.09
grandchildren; 1 great grand- Auxiliary. She loved golf Siebeneck, Dawn (Douglas) John Cemetery. in Delphos, to Harold and per week.
daughter who was born on and playing cards with her Bockrath, Lance and Kyle Friends may call from 6-8 Helen (Walterick) Gonyea. 405 North Main St.
Delores’s birthday; 5 broth- family. Stechschulte, Megan and Jason p.m. Tuesday and from 2-4 and On June 8, 1957, he mar- TELEPHONE 695-0015
ers: Laverne Hermiller of A Mass of Christian Hemker; and nine great-grand- 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Harter ried Mary Jane Meyers, who
Office Hours
Pandora, Arthur Hermiller burial will begin at 10:30 children. and Schier Funeral Home, where 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
survives in Delphos. POSTMASTER:
of Ottoville, Carl Hermiller am, Wednesday, November She was preceded in death a parish wake service will begin Survivors also include son
of Ottawa, John Hermiller by two brothers, Harold and Send address changes
10, 2010 at Immaculate at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. David Gonyea of Delphos; to THE DAILY HERALD,
of Glandorf and Dennis Conception Catholic Church Carl Horstman; and a brother- Memorial contributions daughter Angie (Sam) Miller 405 N. Main St.
Hermiller of Glandorf; in Ottoville, with the Rev. in-law, Richard Brokamp. may be made to the American of Delphos; sister Sandra Delphos, Ohio 45833
and 4 sisters: Florence John Stites officiating. Mrs. Hemker was a mem- Diabetes Association. (Walt) Ramsey of Cary,
Schroeder of Leipsic, Twin Burial will follow in St. N.C.; grandchildren Cora
Doris Liebrecht of Glandorf, Mary’s Cemetery, Ottoville. Norma (Miehls) Weber Gonyea and Sarah Miller; and
Scholars of the Day
Margaret Schimmoeller of Visitation will be from 2 July 1, 1918-Nov. 6, 2010 step granddaughter Brooke
Glandorf and Donna Utrup to 8 pm Tuesday at Love- Norma (Miehls) Weber, 92, Caldwell.
of Arizona. Heitmeier Funeral Home, of Delphos, died at 8:34 p.m. He was preceded in death
She was preceded Jackson Township (on the Saturday at Vancrest Health by a son, Daniel Gonyea; and
in death by 3 brothers: corner of US 224 and 634) Care Center. a grandson, Nathan Miller.
Wilfred Hermiller, Richard where a scripture service She was born July 1, 1918, Mr. Gonyea devoted his
Hermiller and Harold will begin at 2 pm. in Fort Jennings, to Arnold and life to his wife, children
Hermiller; and 3 sisters: Memorial contribu- Matilda (VonSossan) Miehls. and grandchildren. He was
Genevieve Rosengarten, tions may be made to the She married Robert married for 53 years, but
Mary Ann Hermiller and Immaculate Conception Brookhart in December 1938 considered himself married
Joyce Hermiller. Catholic Church Steeple and he died on March 15, 1981. for 63 years. He loved the
Mrs. Schimmoeller was Fund or St. Rita’s Hospice. St. John’s Scholar of the
She married Paul Altenberger outdoors, his woods and

Oscar-nominated actress Jill on June 25, 1983 and he died Day is Shannon
he loved life. He was also
on Nov. 13, 2006. She married an avid Ohio State fan. He Bockey.

Clayburgh dies at 66
Robert Weber on Aug. 11, 2007 was an active member of Congratulations
and he survives in Delphos. St. Peter Lutheran Church, Shannon!
Other survivors include Apache Junction, Ariz. and Delphos, holding several
By RODRIQUE NGOWI Unmarried Woman,” died daughters Jacqueline G. Modica Don R. (Christel) Miehls of offices through the years, Jefferson’s Scholar of the
The Associated Press Friday. She was 66. (Gene) Carrothers of Huntington Carlsbad, N.M.; sister Dorothy including the committee that Day is Dena
Her husband, Tony Award- Beach, Calif., and Bonnie (Peter) (Ira) Curl of Lima; and 20 niec- established the trust fund Marie Frye.
Jill Clayburgh, whose winning playwright David Lounevik of Garden Grove, es and nephews; Bob’s eight and, most recently, Mutual Congratulations
Broadway and Hollywood Rabe, said she died after a Calif.; grandsons Tim (Delia) children, Rob (Laura) Weber of Ministries. He was a coach Dena!
acting career stretched 21-year battle with chronic Modica of Westminster, Calif. Fort Jennings, Carl (Mary Lou) for the Red’s midget football
through the decades, high- lymphocytic leukemia. She and Peter R. (Jan) Lounevik Weber of Ada, Barbara (Larry) Students can pick up their
team for 14 years. He was awards in their school offices.
lighted by her Oscar- was surrounded by her family of Queensland, Australia; 3 Armstrong, Kathy (Charlie) a special rep for Business
nominated portrayal of a and brother when she died at great-grandchildren; a great- Pugh and Mary Lynn (Jim) Man’s Assurance for more
divorcee exploring her sexu-
ality in the 1978 film “An
her home in Lakeville, Conn.,
he said.
great-granddaughter; brothers
Richard (Vera Lu) Miehls, of
Rode of Delphos, Linda (Bill)
Lisboa of Columbus, Ginny
than 30 years in sales. He
was in the Marines for two
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The Taste of and Karen Weber of Toledo;
and Bob’s 18 grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
Oceanside, Calif.
Services will begin at 11
Wheat:
Beans:
$6.29
$12.55
a.m. Tuesday at St. Peter
Italy is back She was preceded in death
by a grandson, Dean Modica;
four sisters, Lucille (Jack)
Lutheran Church, Revs. Don
Pletcher and Katherine Olson
LOTTERY
CLEVELAND (AP) —
in Landeck every Wednesday....5-10pm at officiating. Burial will be in
Schell, Hilda (Joe) Lucas, Ethel Walnut Grove Cemetery with These Ohio lotteries were
(John) Sigler and Ruth (Paul) military rites by the Delphos drawn Sunday:
Hullinger; and a brother, Earl Veterans Council. Mega Millions
(Rita) Miehls. Friends may call from 2-8 Estimated jackpot: $25
Mrs. Weber was a book- p.m. today and 9:30-10:30 million
keeper in California and New a.m. Tuesday at Harter and Midday 3
Mexico. She was a member of Schier Funeral Home. 1-7-5
St. John the Evangelist Catholic Memorial contributions Midday 4
Church, Delphos. may be made to St. Peter 9-0-4-7
Authentic Homemade Mass of Christian Burial will Lutheran Church. Pick 3
begin at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday 3-2-8
Italian Cuisine Keith & at St. John the Evangelist Rosemary A. Klaus Pick 4
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er,
Ra Catholic Church, the Rev. 2-3-3-5
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•Jumbo Cheese Ravioli and much more Burial will be in Gethsemani of Delphos, died Sunday at Estimated jackpot: $20
Cemetery. Roselawn Manor Nursing million
•Famous Tavern Fried Chicken always available Friends may call from 4-7 Home in Spencerville. Rolling Cash 5
p.m. Tuesday at Harter and Visitation will take place 04-07-28-30-39
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Schier Funeral Home, where a Estimated jackpot:
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at 7 p.m. Schier Funeral Home. The Ten OH
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STATE/LOCAL
POLICE REPORT Fugitive worked as caregiver
Briefs WEATHER
Delphos Weather At 10:17 a.m. Thursday, erence to several residence COLUMBUS (AP) — An The FBI raided National
Delphos Police were made being burglarized with in the Ohio fugitive convicted in a Century, formerly based in
Street name to The high temperature aware of an active arrest past (2) two hours, officers $1.9 billion corporate fraud suburban Columbus, in 2002.
Sunday in Delphos was 53 and warrant issued by the Adult were called to residences in case spent some time on the At least nine former execu-
pay homage to the low was 26. A year ago Parole Authority for William the 600 block of North Scott loose living rent-free as a tives were later convicted of
Estle, age 24 of Delphos. At Street, 1300 block of Ricker caregiver in Mexico. corporate fraud charges in a
Jesse Owens today, the high was 69 and the
low was 46. The record high that time officers went to a Street and 600 block of East The Columbus Dispatch scandal prosecutors compared
residence in the 300 block Seventh Street. Upon offi- reports Sunday 62-year-old to Enron and WorldCom.
CLEVELAND (AP) — A for today is 73, set in 1915
of South Main Street and cers arriving at those loca- Rebecca Parrett worked for It’s unclear who is rep-
Jewish museum in Cleveland and the record low of 10 was Patricia Doran, who was resenting Parrett. Gregory
took Estle into custody. Estle tions forced entry were found
plans to rename a stretch of set in 1991.
was transported to the Allen and the victim’s all reported recovering from pneumonia Peterson, her trial attorney,
road after Olympic runner WEATHER FORECAST
County Jail. that personal items were in a Mexican resort town withdrew from the case after
Jesse Owens. Tri-county At 2:29 a.m. Thursday, taken from these locations. called Ajijic. filing a standard appeal. He
The Maltz Museum of The Associated Press Doran says Parrett — who didn’t return a phone call
while on routine patrol in The Delphos PD Detective
Jewish Heritage, along with
the area of E. 1st St and Bureau was contacted and called herself Carol “Kitty” Sunday, but he has told The
city officials and Owens’ TONIGHT: Clear. Lows North Main St. Delphos came to the scene to process Spillman — stayed in her Associated Press he would
daughter, will designate a in the mid 30s. South winds
Police came into contact them. Delphos Police is ask- extra bedroom, along with represent her if asked by the
downtown street “Jesse Owens around 5 mph.
with Kermit Bricker, age 52 ing anyone who may have her two cats. Three months federal judge overseeing the
Way” on Nov. 15. TUESDAY: Sunny. Highs of Delphos. At which time it seen anything suspicious in later, Parrett suddenly moved case.
Owens won four gold in the mid 60s. Southeast
was found that Bricker was these areas during this time out, and Doran discovered
SENIOR’S DAY
medals in the 1936 Berlin winds around 5 mph.
operating a motor vehicle to contact the Delphos Police that her passport and Mexican
Olympics and poked a hole TUESDAY NIGHT: while his driving privileges Department or Allen County residency permit were miss-
in the theory of Aryan supe- Mostly clear. Lows in the
riority. upper 30s. Southeast winds
were suspended. Bricker was Crime Stoppers with their ing. Monday and Tuesday
“I’m embarrassed, but I
All Day!
cited into Lima Municipal information.
Owens was a star athlete at around 5 mph.
Court on the charge. At 1:54 a.m. Sunday, was so unsuspicious of her,”
East Technical High School
At 9:35 a.m. Friday, Delphos Police were called Doran told The Dispatch.
in Cleveland and Ohio State EXTENDED FORECAST
Delphos Police were con- to the 200 block of North “I feel like I was taken in 6 Senior Specials
University in Columbus before WEDNESDAY: Mostly tacted by a subject follow- Canal Street in reference to by someone who was really
he stunned the world with his sunny. Highs in the mid 60s. Complete w/2 extras
ing what appeared to be a theft report. Upon offi- slick.”
Olympic performance. Southeast winds 5 to 10 mph. Mexican authorities arrest- and choice of bread
an impaired driver. Upon cers arrival they were met
WEDNESDAY NIGHT- officers arriving in the by paper carriers of the Lima ed Parrett late last month as Starting at
Gas up 15 cents
$6.49
FRIDAY: Mostly clear. Lows area of the complaint offi- News. Officers were advised she was walking to lunch
in the lower 40s. Highs in the cers came into contact with that someone had gained with a doctor who special-
COLUMBUS (AP) — upper 60s. Paul Merschman, age 49 of entry into the staging area izes in anti-aging treatments.
FREE
Rising oil prices have pushed
the cost of gasoline in Ohio to White cited in Delphos, at which time offi-
cers found Merschman to
for the paper and had taken Federal officials say she’s
items from inside the build- due to return to Columbus Includes
its highest levels in two years,
in the shadow of $3 a gallon. minor car crash be operating a vehicle while ing including inserts for the within a few weeks.
Parrett disappeared in
coffee or soft drink.
impaired. Merschman was Sunday edition of the Lima Golden Buckeye Card Accepted.
A survey from auto club At 10:38 a.m. on Saturday, taken into custody and was News. March 2008 after she was
AAA, the Oil Price Information a collision occurred when the convicted of securities fraud, No other discounts apply.
later released after he was At 5:36 p.m. Sunday,
Service and Wright Express driver of one vehicle failed cited into Lima Municipal Delphos Police were contact- wire fraud and other charg-
shows Ohio’s average price to see a second vehicle as Court on the charge. ed by a resident who stated es in a scheme at health
for regular-grade gasoline has they backed from a parking At 12:31 p.m. Saturday, that the victim was receiv- care financing company
jumped 15 cents from last space. Delphos Police were made ing unwanted text messag- National Century Financial
Monday, to about $2.95 a gal- Donald White, 73, of aware of an active arrest ing and photographs from a Enterprises. A judge sen-
lon. Delphos, was parked in a warrant issued out of Lima subject and that the subject tenced her to 25 years in Elida Road, Lima•Next to WENDY’S
Prices for crude oil have parking space in front of St. Common Pleas Court for would not stop contacting prison in absentia.
been climbing closer to $90 a John the Evangelist Catholic Thomas Cooley, age 60 the victim.
barrel due to a weakening dol- Church when he started
lar. The dollar’s falling value backing out onto Franklin
has caused investors to flee
of Delphos. Officers were
advised that Cooley was stay- Curves
At 10:50 p.m. Sunday,
Delphos Police were made Curves
Curves
Curves
ing at a residence in the 200 aware of an active arrest
the currency for oil and other
commodities, sending their
Street, failing to see the
automobile of John Theis, block of Cherry Street. Upon works.
warrant issued out of Vanworks.
works.
works.
59, of Delphos, who was officers arrival at that loca- Wert Common Our Pleas30-minute
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prices higher. tion they took Cooley into for James Irwin,major
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of group
Ohio gas prices were last stopped in traffic. White’s custody and was later handed Delphos. Officers
major
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POLITICS “There’s nothing that makes you so aware of the improvisation of human existence
as a song unfinished. Or an old address book.”
— Carson McCullers, American author (1917-1967)

Gates wants repeal of


‘don’t ask, don’t tell’
By PHILIP ELLIOTT “This is not a social thing. vice members who risk their
The Associated Press This is combat effectiveness,” lives everyday,” said Sarvis,
Gen. James Amos said. whose organization provides
WASHINGTON — That hesitation could be legal services for gays and
Defense Secretary Robert enough to give senators per- lesbians who face discharge.
Gates is encouraging mission not to act, activists Obama on Wednesday
Congress to act before year’s fear. also said he wanted a repeal
end to repeal the ban on gays The House has passed before the new Congress
serving openly in the mili- legislation repealing “don’t arrives.
tary. It’s a position shared by ask, don’t tell,” but it has “This should not be a par-
his boss, the president. not yet seen a vote in the tisan issue,” he said. “You’ve
But his new Marine com- full Senate, where Democrats got a sizable portion of the
mandant thinks otherwise and don’t have the votes to over- American people squarely
the Senate has not yet taken come a Republican filibus- behind the notion that folks
action, setting up yet another ter. Democratic leaders says who are willing to serve on
hurdle for gay activists who they are trying to reach a our behalf should be treated
see their window quickly deal across the aisle now that fairly and equally.”

IT WAS NEWS THEN GOP takes aim closing. After Tuesday’s elec- Election Day has passed. A Gallup poll in May found
tions that saw Republicans “The Senate should call 70 percent of American favor
at health care chip away at Democrats’ up the defense bill report- allowing gays and lesbians to
serve openly.
One Year Ago majority in the Senate and ed out of committee and
By PHILIP ELLIOTT wrest the House from their pass it before it goes home The legislative countdown
• The Delphos Police Department acquired Tasers and The Associated Press comes as a parallel effort
related equipment. This purchase was made possible through control, their hopes for end- for the year,” said Aubrey
ing the 17-year-old law have Sarvis, executive director of to end the ban continues in
the use on funds that had been donated to the Delphos Police WASHINGTON — court.
Department. dimmed. the Servicemembers Legal
Resurgent Republicans ral- “I would like to see the Defense Network. “If the Last month, the Pentagon
lied Sunday behind an agenda repeal of ’don’t ask, don’t president, Majority Leader was forced to lift its ban on
25 Years Ago — 1985 based on unwavering oppo- openly serving gays for eight
• Michelle Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Meyer of sition to the Obama White tell,’ but I’m not sure what Reid, Secretary Gates and a
the prospects for that are and handful of Republican sena- days after a federal judge in
Fort Jennings and Putnam County Pork Queen, walked away House and federal spending, California ordered the mili-
with the District I Pork Queen title. Michelle is a student at laying the groundwork for we’ll just have to see,” Gates tors are committed to passing
told reporters traveling with tary to do so. The Justice
Bowling Green University. the comprehensive defense
gridlock until their 2012 goal: Department has appealed,
• Jefferson finished fourth in Class A of the United Press a new president, a “better him to Australia this week- bill, there is ample time to
and a federal appeals court
International Ohio High School Board of Coaches football rat- Senate” and ridding the coun- end. do so.” granted a temporary stay of
ings. The Wildcats, 10-0, received three first-place votes and a try of that demonized health Gates has said he would Gay activists worry the the injunction.
total of 161 points. McComb, Jefferson’s opponent Saturday in care law. prefer Congress act after the repeal could be stripped The Pentagon, meanwhile,
the Division V playoffs, finished in third place with 187 points Republicans said they Pentagon releases its study of from the bill that funds the is in the midst of a study of
and one first-place vote. were willing to work with how repeal would be imple- Pentagon. how it would implement a
• A drawing for a seven-day trip to Florida highlighted the President Barack Obama but mented, which is due Dec. 1. “Any talk about a watered- repeal should Congress act.
Delphos merchants’ annual Christmas give-away promotion. also signaled it would be only That goal, though, lacks the down defense bill, whereby Leaders of that effort have
Drawing was on Dec. 23. The trip, sponsored by WDOH on their terms. With control backing of the Marine Corps the ’don’t ask’ revisions said a hasty pace and inad-
Radio, included lodging for seven days and nights and $100 of the White House and the commandant at a moment the would be stripped out, is equate protections for gay
in cash. Senate, Democrats showed no country is fighting wars in unacceptable and offensive and lesbian military members
sign they were conceding the Iraq and Afghanistan. to the gay and lesbian ser- could be a disaster.
50 Years Ago — 1960 final two years of Obama’s
White House getting tough with Yemen
• Joan Culp was elected Worthy Matron of Delphos Chapter term to Republican lawmak-
No. 26, Order of the Eastern Star during election of chapter ers who claimed the majority
officers in a meeting held at the Masonic Temple. Charles in the House.
Daulbaugh will serve as Worthy Patron of the chapter. Culp By KIMBERLY DOZIER U.S. and Yemen on counter- the second intercepted in the
“I think this week’s elec- The Associated Press terrorism matters is already United Kingdom. The indus-
and Daulbaugh will head the officers during the year 1961. tion was a historic rejection
Installation ceremonies inducting the new officers will be of American liberalism and fairly good and was improv- trial explosive PETN was
held during the December meeting. Other officers selected the Obama and Pelosi agen- WASHINGTON — The ing since the White House packed into the toner car-
were: Reba May, associate matron; Robert McDonald, associ- da,” said Rep. Mike Pence, White House is seeking made the country a priority, tridges of Hewlett-Packard
ate patron; Martha Penn, secretary; Cora Weaver, treasurer; the Indiana Republican who greater and swifter coopera- the official said. printers destined for address-
Mabel Clark, conductress; Helen John, associate conductress is stepping down from his tion on intelligence sharing But now the White House es in Chicago.
and Emaline John, three-year trustee. There will be a recep- post in GOP leadership. “The with the Yemeni government is using the near-miss of the The official insisted the
tion of candidates at the next regular meeting of the group on American people are tired of and more opportunities to multiple package bombs as a push for greater Yemeni
Nov. 17. Co-chairmen for the meeting will be Lois Ridenour the borrowing, the spending, train Yemeni counterterror- way to “push for more” col- cooperation does not include
and Joy Arnold. Following the meeting the social committee the bailouts, the takeovers.” ism teams in the aftermath of laboration, added the official, seeking permission to engage
served refreshments in the dining room. Members of the com- the airline package bombs, a who spoke on condition of in more unilateral military
Voters on Tuesday pun- senior administration official anonymity in order to share
mittee were Richard Thompson, Don Penn, Ralph Mericle and ished Democrats from New American action against
Bill Benson. said Sunday. the high-level strategy delib- AQAP, such as U.S. special
Hampshire to California, The official also said evi- erations.
giving Republicans at least operations kill-and-capture
75 Years Ago — 1935 dence points to the plot’s aim In particular, the U.S. teams on the ground.
60 new seats in the House. to blow up cargo planes inside wants more real-time access
• The Rev. William A. “Billy” Sunday, world famous evan- Republicans picked up 10 An interagency counter-
gelist, died peacefully last night. The picturesque preacher governorships; the GOP also or en route to the U.S. to intelligence gleaned by terrorism team has evolved
succumbed to an attack of angina pectoris. Beside him was his gained control of 19 state leg- The Obama administra- Yemeni counterterrorist forc- over the past year in Yemen,
wife, Helen “Ma” Sunday, who married him when he was a islative chambers and now tion’s careful response since es and intelligence services, as the administration has tried
professional baseball star nearly 50 years ago. the plot was foiled shows the official said. The U.S. is
holds the highest level of state to determine what mix of
• Marksmanship is due to improve decidedly in Delphos. legislative seats since 1928. the White House’s concern also seeking greater access to
that pushing Yemen publicly U.S. government capabilities
Two rifle clubs were recently formed in this city. Another “It was a very rough question detainees in Yemen is best suited to the mostly
organization has now been effected, the Delphos Gun Club. week, there’s no sugarcoat- to ramp up counterterrorist suspected of belonging to
cooperation or to agree to clandestine mission. Those
The last named organization was sponsored by Tommy ing that,” said Rep. Chris Van that country’s terror fac- elements include the CIA,
Thompson and now has a membership of 30. a more visible U.S. military tion, al-Qaida in the Arabian
Hollen, D-Md., who led the presence could backfire. FBI, and elite U.S. special
• A new entrance to the stage and dressing rooms is being Democratic Congressional Peninsula, also known as
arranged at Jefferson auditorium. The wall connecting the east Campaign Committee. Washington does not want operations units, according to
AQAP, the official added.
dressing room with the main hallway of the building is being to raise questions among multiple current and former
In the days since the elec- The al-Qaida affiliate
cut away to provide this new entrance, which will make it tion, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Yemenis about the legitimacy U.S. officials.
claimed responsibility Friday
possible to get to the stage without passing through the audi- D-Calif., has announced her of the embattled government The challenge is getting
for the airline plot in which
torium. of President Ali Abdullah two bomb-filled packages the Yemenis to agree on who
intention to remain as party Saleh and its dependence on they’ll work with, and how
leader and has yet to draw any were sent late last month —
the United States. much access they’ll grant,
challengers. one discovered in Dubai and
Cooperation between the one former official said.

Moderately Ten thousand women and counting


Confused NEW YORK -- Helen ered and their faces reveal- Women” program offers a would lead to better-educat-
Reddy’s iconic “I am woman, ing no trace of makeup, they glimmer of light in these dark ed, healthier families, fol-
hear me roar” is more like- were soft-spoken yet com- economic times. lowed by more prosperous
ly to cause a cringe than manding. Begun in 2008, the philan- communities and nations.
goose bumps these days -- Success has a presence all thropic program is a five-year Hardly the stuff of stun-
more a comical anthem to its own. initiative to promote social ning revelation. But whatever
bra-burning histrionics than These women are, indeed, change through the economic it takes. If the plus column
the soundtrack to a serious extraordinary successes given empowerment of women. of a spreadsheet means that
movement aimed at greater their circumstances, includ- Thus far, it has reached 2,000 women aren’t shot in the
equality. ing the necessity of using public square, that will have
But when those same only their first names to pro-
KATHLEEN PARKER been a good day’s work.
sentiments are voiced by a tect their identities. Needless Part of Goldman Sachs’

Point
young Afghan woman named to say, not everyone in mission is to create global
Fatima, who has created her Afghanistan is proud of their business school partnerships
own construction business accomplishments. Security is to improve business educa-
amid war, corruption and a
culture that barely tolerates
still an enormous challenge.
Fatima and others often have of View tion. Today, more than 30 of
the world’s leading business
women, one is more inclined to employ men to do the “out- schools, including seven of
toward the goose bump. door” work of making sales the top 10, are participating.
“Every morning, I stand contacts, or at least keep a women in more than 20 coun- The program is coordinated
in front of the mirror and man nearby when they ven- tries, including Afghanistan, locally through a network of
say, ‘I am a woman and I am ture out. Brazil, China, Egypt, India, nongovernmental and aca-
powerful,’” she told a lun- Masooda, another gradu- Rwanda and the U.S. demic agencies.
cheon gathering here. Hosted ate of the Goldman Sachs The idea is that creating Listening to Fatima,
by Daily Beast founder Tina program who has a jam and a women’s labor force is Masooda, Malalai and a sec-
Brown, the luncheon was in pickling business, said all key to long-term economic ond Fatima, I was struck by
honor of four Afghan women, of her employees are home- growth. This would seem to their humility, but especially
including Fatima, who are based and illiterate. She be common sense rather than by their courage. Not once in
recent graduates of Goldman employs 23 people, 20 of advanced economic theory, my crowded day do I have to
Sachs’ “10,000 Women” whom are women. but such brilliance is scant in worry about my safety as I go
business program. Fatima began her business underdeveloped, war-ravaged about the necessary machina-
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Fatima’s mirror-mirror
mantra is one of the things
when she was just 15. Now
23, she employs 76 engineers
countries or where women are
often treated as subhuman.
tions of a normal workday.
I have met numerous
she says she learned from her and construction workers, Sometimes we need scien- Afghan women the past year
The Delphos Herald welcomes letters to the editor. Letters
should be no more than 400 words. The newspaper reserves teacher. “I realized -- there working to help rebuild her tific research to advance the or so through various organi-
the right to edit content for length, clarity and grammar. Letters is no difference between me country’s infrastructure. simplest of notions. Research zations working to help them,
concerning private matters will not be published. and my brother.” Even though she began for the program showed that and each time they say the
Failure to supply a full name, home address and daytime Sitting at one of several her business long before investing in women would same thing. This time was no
phone number will slow the verification process and delay pub- round tables set for lunch, Goldman Sachs appeared on profit the human race through different: Don’t feel sorry for
lication. admiring these women and the scene, she had no busi- a multiplier effect. Not only us. But please, don’t forget
Letters can be mailed to The Delphos Herald, 405 N. Main hearing their stories, one nesses or marketing skills. would education lead to more us.
St., Delphos, Ohio 45833, faxed to 419-692-7704 or e-mailed couldn’t help thinking how It isn’t often one gets to employees for business and How could we.
to nspencer@delphosherald.com. Authors should clearly state surreal this — their first trip speak glowingly of Goldman increased revenues (always Kathleen Parker’s e-mail
they want the message published as a letter to the editor. Anon- to the U.S. — must have been Sachs these days. But the the bottom line, right?), but address is kathleenparker@
ymous letters will not be printed. for them. Their heads cov- global banking firm’s “10,000 more prosperous women washpost.com.
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Middle Point council meets won the attendance award. elementary grounds. The tree celebrates Grote’s 39-plus years of teaching at Kalida Elementary and was a retire-
at town hall. Carlene Gerdeman, Mary ment gift from the Bud and Judy Wieging family. Students in a current third grade class pose with her at the tree.
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want to have any regrets
COLUMBUS – Ottoville’s when she departed Scioto
Shayla Siefker wanted to fin- Downs for the final time as a
ish her high school career high school runner.
strong, while Kalida’s Jessica “That was in the back of
Doepker wanted to cap off a mind the whole time I was
brilliant season first season of running,” Siefker added. “I
cross country. wanted to give it my all; it
Both runners achieved was my last chance. Being to
what they wanted Saturday state all four years, I would
by earning all-Ohio hon- never dream I’d ever make it
ors in the girls Division III here. It’s an accomplishment
cross country meet at Scioto for me.”
Downs in Columbus. The top Doepker, a sophomore,
25 runners in each division was making her first appear-
receive all-Ohio recognition ance at state in her first sea- Spencerville senior Kevon Lenhart tries to move up
with the top 16 making the son but turned in another during the Division III boys race Saturday. He ended his
awards stand, which Siefker solid effort as she finished varsity career in 29th place.
and Doepker both achieved. 16th in 19:16.3.
Siefker went into Charlie Warnimont photos ”I felt good,” Doepker
Saturday’s meet already hav- said. “I wanted to be in the
ing earned three all-Ohio Ottoville senior Shayla Siefker shows the strain of top 15. I did my best out
awards in cross country as running her final varsity high school race Saturday at the there. It was a hard race. I
she was fifth as a fresh- Division III OHSAA Championships at Scioto Downs. She had some butterflies but not
man, seventh her sophomore finished 10th to place in the top 10 all four years at state. many. I wanted to stay with
year, 12th last year and this it was my last cross country Siefker achieved her feat Shayla; I tried. I pretty much
year she finished 10th in the race,” Siefker, a senior, said. Saturday by getting to the ran the race I wanted to.”
Division III meet with a time “It was my goal every year to front of the field early and On the boys side, neither
of 19:03.2. get on the podium. I’m really although she dropped back of the local runners were able
“I just went out and want- happy with that. I just went some during the race, she to earn all-Ohio honors.
ed to give it my all because out and ran my race. ” finished strong to finish 10th. Spencerville senior
She was less than a second Kevin Lenhart finished 29th
behind ninth-place Meghan in 16:29, while Columbus
Schulze of Johnstown- Grove’s Jake Graham was
Monroe and just a few sec- 38th in 16:38.
onds behind her all-time best Lenhart was a little disap-
time of 18:51. Her 19:03 was pointed in his effort Saturday Columbus Grove sophomore Jake Graham gets amid
her best time of this season. as he was looking to earn
a pack of runners in the Division III state boys race. He
“My goal was to get back all-Ohio honors in his high ended up 38th.
in the 18’s,” Siefker said. school finale.
“I ran an 18:51 my fresh- “I ran OK, not as well as Schnipke said. “He was a have some fun as he was
man year and I haven’t gotten I hoped,” Lenhart said. “I ran little surprised to see some competing in his first state
that since then. I was pretty the time I wanted to, to run a hills downs here. He was race.
close to that, so I’m happy good race, but it wasn’t quite hoping for his personal “I told him to go out and
with how I did. I was pretty what I wanted to do.” record (16:15); he is a very have some fun and enjoy
relaxed today. I figured I had Graham, a sophomore, competitive guy but I’m your self. The pressure was
a lot more experience than was making his first appear- happy he ran a 16:38 and off because you are here, so
most of these runners. Not ance at state and had a good for a sophomore, that is out- go out and have some fun.
Sophomore Jessica Doepker became the first Kalida being with a team is different day, according to his coach standing.” He has a couple of more
female runner ever to run at the state cross country meet at but my teammates were here Terry Schnipke. Being his first race at years to get back here and
Scioto Downs. She finished 16th. supporting me and we always “I’d say he was pretty Scioto Downs, Schnipke I think he can accomplish
have a good turnout from the consistent. He ran a 16:38,” said he wanted Graham to that,” Schnipke added.

NFL Capsules BCS Standings


The Associated Press Lions coach Jim Schwartz gave scored two early touchdowns and and backup TE Randy McMichael
Rally caps were in order for the Sanchez extra time for the tying Atlanta used a goal-line stand to take caught two TD passes apiece.
Vikings, Jets and Raiders. drive when he called a pass on third sole possession of first place in the Arian Foster rushed 27 times for BCS Standings List
Overtime, too. down and Drew Stanton threw an NFC South. 127 yards and two touchdown for the Nov. 7, 2010
Brett Favre brought Minnesota incompletion, giving the Jets (6-2) Turner rushed 24 times for 107 Texans (4-4), who have lost three of Harris USA Today Computer BCS
back from a 14-point deficit with less the ball with 1:40 left. yards, including scoring plays of 2 their last four home games.
than five minutes left in the fourth Raiders 23, Chiefs 20 OT and 10 yards that gave the Falcons Saints 34, Panthers 3 Rk Pts Pct Rk Pts Pct Rk Pct Avg Pv
quarter to beat Arizona 27-24 in OT At Oakland, Calif., Jason (6-2) an early 14-0 lead. At Charlotte, N.C., Drew Brees 1. Oregon 1 2820 .9895 1 1463 .9919 3 .910 .9638 1
on Sunday with the most yards he’s Campbell threw a 47-yard pass to Tampa Bay (5-3) had fourth- threw for 253 yards and two touch- 2. Auburn 2 2684 .9418 2 1389 .9417 1 1.000 .9611 2
thrown for in his 20-season career. rookie Jacoby Ford in overtime to and-1 from the Atlanta 2 late in the downs and Jabari Greer returned an 3. TCU 3 2620 .9193 3 1340 .9085 2 .950 .9259 3
Ryan Longwell’s 35-yard field goal set up the winning kick. Campbell game but LeGarrette Blount was interception for a score.
won it. and Ford hooked up on a 29-yard stuffed by Thomas DeCoud on a run The visiting Saints (6-3) over- 4. Boise St. 4 2585 .9070 4 1330 .9017 5 .790 .8662 4
Favre has 46 career fourth-quar- pass in the closing seconds of regula- over right tackle. came the loss of TE Jeremy Shockey 5. LSU 6 2221 .7793 6 1153 .7817 4 .890 .8170 10
ter comeback wins. tion, too. Ford, a fourth-round pick, Bears 22, Bills 19 to a rib injury after his touchdown 6. Stanford 8 2134 .7488 9 1058 .7173 t6 .770 .7454 13
New York stormed back to beat caught six passes for 148 yards and At Toronto, Jay Cutler threw catch. Rookie TE Jimmy Graham
Detroit 23-20 on Nick Folk’s 30-yard returned the opening kick of the sec- two TD passes, including one to Earl caught his first NFL TD in Shockey’s 7. Wisconsin 5 2229 .7821 5 1184 .8027 10 .620 .7349 9
kick 2:18 into the extra period. Mark ond half 94 yards for a touchdown. Bennett late in the fourth quarter, absence and the Saints held Carolina 8. Nebraska 9 1984 .6961 8 1067 .7234 t6 .770 .7298 7
Sanchez scored on a quarterback Oakland (5-4) heads into its bye to give Chicago a win and keep the to 195 yards. 9. Ohio St. 7 2145 .7526 7 1123 .7614 16 .470 .6613 11
sneak with 2:46 remaining in regula- week a half-game behind Kansas Bills winless. Chester Taylor also Things just keep getting worse for
tion and led a 9-play drive that set City (5-3) in the AFC West. scored on a 1-yard plunge for the the Panthers (1-7), who lost QB Matt 10. Okla St. 13 1508 .5291 11 832 .5641 t6 .770 .6211 17
up Folk’s 36-yard kick to send the Browns 34, Patriots 14 Bears (5-3). Moore and RB Jonathan Stewart to 11. Michigan St. 10 1682 .5902 10 876 .5939 9 .670 .6180 14
game into OT. At Cleveland, Peyton Hillis ran Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick went injuries. Rookie QB Jimmy Clausen 12. Alabama 11 1627 .5709 12 791 .5363 11 .540 .5490 6
Oakland is looking like one for a career-high 184 yards and two 31-of-51 for 299 yards with a touch- was later benched.
of those good teams after its third scores against the Patriots (6-2). down to Roscoe Parrish and two Giants 41, Seahawks 7 13. Iowa 12 1564 .5488 13 779 .5281 14 .490 .5223 16
straight victory, secured on Sebastian Two weeks after stunning New interceptions. Fred Jackson also At Seattle, Eli Manning threw 14. Utah 15 1265 .4439 15 659 .4468 13 .510 .4669 5
Janikowski’s 33-yard field goal to Orleans, the Browns (3-5) pulled off scored for the Bills (0-8), who are for three first-half touchdowns and 15. Arkansas 14 1422 .4989 14 696 .4719 t17 .400 .4569 18
edge Kansas City 23-20. He made a another shocker coming out of their off to their worst start in 26 years. Ahmad Bradshaw added a pair of
41-yarder in the final seconds of the bye week, ending New England’s The game was Buffalo’s third TDs rushing for the Giants (6-2). 16. Oklahoma 16 1067 .3744 16 569 .3858 16 .410 .3900 8
fourth quarter to tie it. 5-game winning streak. regular-season game in Toronto as New York jumped to a 35-0 half- 17. Missouri 20 757 .2656 20 395 .2678 12 .520 .3511 12
Pittsburgh (5-2) is at Cincinnati It had to be particularly satisfy- part of a 5-year deal. time lead, overwhelming the banged- 18. Arizona 19 817 .2867 19 403 .2732 t17 .400 .3200 15
(2-5) tonight. ing for Browns coach Eric Mangini, Ravens 26, Dolphins 10 up Seahawks. Manning threw touch- 19. Miss.St. 18 904 .3172 18 477 .3234 19 .310 .3169 20
Idle this week were San Francisco, who defeated Bill Belichick, his for- At Baltimore, Billy Cundiff downs of 46 yards to Hakeem Nicks,
Denver, Tennessee, Washington, St. mer friend and mentor. The pair’s made four field goals and the Ravens 6 yards to Steve Smith and 5 yards 20. Virg.Tech 17 1033 .3625 17 563 .3817 25 .050 .2647 22
Louis and Jacksonville. relationship was damaged years ago cranked up the defense after halftime to Kevin Boss. Bradshaw scored on 21. Nevada 21 661 .2319 21 328 .2224 21 .140 .1981 23
Vikings 27, Cardinals 24 OT and they ignored each other during to hand Miami its first road loss. runs of 2 and 4 yards. 22. Florida 23 228 .0800 24 85 .0576 23 .110 .0825 NR
At Minneapolis, Favre threw for pregame warmups despite being just Baltimore (6-2) won its seventh The Giants rolled up 487 yards of
a career-high 446 yards with two a few feet apart. straight at home behind Cundiff and offense against the Seahawks, who 23. S. Carolina 22 284 .0996 22 151 .1024 26 .040 .0807 19
touchdowns and two interceptions After the game ended, Mangini, a defense that blanked Miami (4-4) gave up 545 total yards last week to 24. Kansas St. 31 43 .0151 28 36 .0244 20 .190 .0765 NR
for the Vikings (3-5). his jacket drenched from a late-game in the second half. Cundiff con- Oakland. 25. Texas A&M 24 127 .0446 25 79 .0536 23 .110 .0694 NR
The Cardinals (3-5) led 24-10 Gatorade shower, shared a brief nected from 26, 39, 20, 24 yards; the Charlie Whitehurst made his first
with 4:39 to play thanks to a 96-yard handshake with Belichick. Ravens held the Dolphins to 24 yards NFL start for Seattle (4-4) and strug-
kick return by LaRod Stephens- Eagles 26, Colts 24 rushing over the final 30 minutes. gled. He was 12-of-23 for 113 yards ———
Howling and a 30-yard fumble return At Philadelphia, Michael Vick Dolphins QB Chad Henne went and two interceptions. AH RB CM KM JS PW
by Michael Adams on another kick- threw for 218 yards and one touch- 22-for-34 for 231 yards and three Packers 45, Cowboys 7
off. But Favre directed scoring drives down and ran for 74 yards and a interceptions. Miami came in 4-0 on At Green Bay Wis., Aaron 1. Oregon 4 5 4 2 2 3
of 40 and 77 yards in regulation and score. The Eagles (5-3) are 12-0 after the road. Rodgers threw for 289 yards and 2. Auburn 1 2 1 1 1 1
Adrian Peterson’s 30-yard run in a bye since Andy Reid became coach Chargers 29, Texans 23 three touchdowns, Brandon Jackson 3. TCU 2 1 2 3 3 2
overtime keyed the winning drive. in 1999. At Houston, Philip Rivers threw scored twice and the host Packers
Jets 23, Lions 20 OT The Colts (5-3) lost WR Austin four TD passes against the NFL’s routed the free-falling Cowboys. 4. Boise St. 5 3 5 8 10 7
At Detroit, Sanchez threw a Collie after an illegal hit by Kurt worst pass defense and San Diego It was a new nadir in a lost 5. LSU 3 4 3 4 6 4
52-yard pass to Santonio Holmes to Coleman forced him to leave on a (4-5) earned its first road win of the season for the Cowboys (1-7), who 6. Stanford 9 13 8 5 4 5
set up Folk’s winner. stretcher in the second quarter. Soon season. came into 2010 with Super Bowl 7. Wisconsin 14 9 14 9 8 10
Matthew Stafford threw two afterward, the announcement came Rivers completed 17-of-23 passes aspirations.
touchdown passes and ran for a score that he had movement and was alert for 295 yards. He used eight receiv- James Jones caught eight passes 8. Nebraska 7 8 7 7 5 6
to give Detroit (2-6) a 10-point lead but sustained a concussion. ers in the absence of star TE Antonio for 123 yards and a touchdown for 9. Ohio St. 13 14 12 19 18 12
before reinjuring his right shoulder Falcons 27, Buccaneers 21 Gates, who was out with a right the Packers (6-3). 10. Okla. St. 6 10 6 6 7 8
and leaving with 5:19 left. At Atlanta, Michael Turner foot injury. Rookie Seyi Ajirotutu
11. Michigan St. 8 12 9 10 9 9

OHSAA Regional Pairings


12. Alabama 10 6 11 17 16 13
13. Iowa 16 11 17 11 14 14
14. Utah 17 7 15 14 13 11
2010 OHSAA Football Noted Kirsch Field; 7 Akron St. Vincent- Stadium 15. Arkansas 15 18 16 16 15 17
Tournaments Region 5: 1 Tallmadge (11-0) St. Mary (7-4) vs. 6 Youngstown Region 14: 1 Bellville Clear 16. Oklahoma 11 16 13 15 19 19
Division I - All Games at 7 vs. 4 Ashland (9-2), Massillon Cardinal Mooney (6-4), Uniontown Fork (10-1) vs. 4 Genoa Area (11-
17. Missouri 12 17 10 12 12 16
p.m. Saturday Unless Otherwise Paul Brown Tiger Stadium; 2 Lake Blue Streak Stadium 0), Tiffin Frost-Kalnow Stadium;
Noted Mentor Lake Catholic (10-1) vs. Region 10: 1 Columbus Bishop 2 Elyria Catholic (10-1) vs. 3 18. Arizona 19 15 18 13 11 18
Region 1: 1 Solon (11-0) vs. 4 6 Warren Howland (11-0), Solon Watterson (9-1) vs. 5 Elida (9-2), Orrville (8-3), Medina Ken Dukes 19. Miss.i St. 18 19 19 20 17 15
Austintown-Fitch (10-1), Warren Stewart Field Piqua Alexander Stadium; 2 Clyde Stadium 20. Virg Tech 0 21 22 0 0 25
G. Harding Mollenkopf Stadium; Region 6: 8 Sandusky (7-4) (10-1) vs. 3 Tiffin Columbian (10- Region 15: 1 Ironton (9-2) vs. 21. Nevada 23 24 20 23 24 20
2 Cleveland Glenville (11-0) vs. vs. 5 Maple Heights (11-0), 1), Fremont Harmon Stadium 4 Sparta Highland (9-2), Logan
3 Lakewood St. Edward (11-0), Avon Lake Memorial Stadium; Region 11: 1 Alliance Chieftain Stadium; 2 Heath (10-1) 22. Florida 20 20 23 0 0 24
Parma Byers Field 7 Maumee (8-3) vs. 3 Olmsted Marlington (11-0) vs. 5 Newark vs. 3 Columbus Bishop Hartley 23. S Carolina 22 22 0 0 0 0
Region 2: 8 Medina (9-2) vs. Falls (8-3), Clyde Robert Bishop Licking Valley (9-2), New (9-2), Johnstown Frank Chambers 24. Kansas St. 21 0 21 18 21 22
4 Toledo St. John’s Jesuit (10- Stadium Philadelphia Woody Hayes Stadium 25. Texas A&M 24 0 24 21 22 23
1), Huron Memorial Stadium; 7 Region 7: 1 Columbus Marion- Quaker Stadium; 7 Dover (9-2) Region 16: 1 Clarksville
Twinsburg (10-1) vs. 3 Toledo Franklin (11-0) vs. 5 Sunbury Big vs. 3 Thornville Sheridan (11-0), Clinton-Massie (11-0) vs. 5 Kenton ———
Whitmer (10-1), Ashland Walnut (9-2), Westerville Central Zanesville Sulsberger Memorial (10-1), Dayton Welcome Stadium;
Community Stadium Warhawk Field; 7 Dresden Tri- Stadium 2 Plain City Jonathan Alder (10-1) Explanation Key
Region 3: 1 Pickerington Valley (9-2) vs. 3 Uniontown Lake Region 12: 1 Springfield vs. 6 Kettering Archbishop Alter The BCS Average is calculated by averaging the percent totals of the Harris
Central (10-0) vs. 4 Westerville (8-3), New Philadelphia Woody Shawnee (10-1) vs. 4 Eaton (11- (9-2), Troy Memorial Stadium
South (9-2), Gahanna Lincoln Hayes Quaker Stadium 0), Clayton Northmont Good Division V - All Games at 7 Interactive, USA Today Coaches and Computer polls. Team percentages are
Stadium; 2 Hilliard Davidson (11- Region 8: 1 Cincinnati Winton Samaritan Stadium; 2 Cincinnati p.m. Saturday Unless Otherwise derived by dividing a team’s actual voting points by a maximum 2,850 pos-
0) vs. 3 Springfield (9-2), Ohio Woods (10-1) vs. 4 Trotwood- Archbishop McNicholas (9-2) vs. Noted sible points in the Harris Interactive Poll and 1,475 possible points in the USA
Wesleyan University Selby Field Madison (9-2), Princeton Viking 3 St. Bernard Roger Bacon (8-3), Region 17: 1 Youngstown Today Coaches Poll.
Region 4: 8 Huber Heights Stadium; 2 Kings Mills Kings (10- Goshen Jim Brown Stadium Ursuline (11-0) vs. 5 Creston
Six computer rankings are used to determine the overall computer component.
Wayne (8-3) vs. 5 Centerville 1) vs. 6 Cincinnati Mt. Healthy Division IV - All Games Norwayne (9-2), Green Memorial
(9-2), Dayton Welcome Stadium; (9-2), Mason Atrium Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday Unless Stadium; 2 Kirtland (11-0) vs. 3 The highest and lowest ranking for each team is dropped and the remaining
2 Cincinnati Colerain (11-0) vs. Division III - All Games at 7 Otherwise Noted Cuyahoga Heights (10-1), Bedford four are added and divided to produce a Computer Rankings Percentage. The
6 Cincinnati St. Xavier (6-4), p.m. Saturday Unless Otherwise Region 13: 1 Akron Manchester Bearcat Stadium six computer ranking providers are Anderson & Hester, Richard Billingsley,
University of Cincinnati Nippert Noted (11-0) vs. 5 Campbell Memorial Region 18: 1 Archbold (11-0) Colley Matrix, Kenneth Massey, Jeff Sagarin and Peter Wolfe. Each computer
Stadium Region 9: 1 Parma Padua (10-1), Ravenna Stadium; 2 vs. 4 Lima Central Catholic (10-
Division II - All Games at 7:30 Franciscan (8-3) vs. 4 Akron Chagrin Falls (10-1) vs. 6 Cortland ranking accounts for schedule strength in its formula.
(See Pairings page 7)
p.m. Friday Unless Otherwise Buchtel (8-3), Brunswick Judy Lakeview (9-2), Aurora Veterans
www.delphosherald.com Monday, November 8, 2010 The Herald — 7A

STATE CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS


2010 Ohio High School 18:16.9; 7. Sarra Taylor (London)
’Dawg gridders make history
Athletic Association State 18:21.3; 8. Maria Moore (PEN) By JIM METCALFE six plays to strike again. At
ELIDA 26, TIPP CITY Total Yards 403 318
Cross Country Championship 18:24.1; 9. Maria Arnone (ASV- jmetcalfe@delpho- the 2, Blymyer bulled his way Rushes-Yards 31-132 58-268
DIVISION III SM) 18:27.8; 10. Anna Mion sherald.com off right guard. McAdams ran TIPPECANOE 21 Passing Yards 271 50
Girls Team Scores: Minster (ASV-SM) 18:28.0; 11. Elyse in the 2-pointer for a 14-0 Elida 14 5 0 7 - 26 Comps.-Atts. 23-32 4-13
158, Liberty Center 160, Cortland Bierut (RR) 18:29.4; 12. Maddy TIPP CITY — It has been spread with 4:39 left in the Tippecanoe 0 0 14 7 - 21 Intercepted by 3 0
Maplewood 176, West Liberty- McDonough (RR) 18:29.7; 13. FIRST QUARTER Fumbles-Lost 5-4 3-2
28 years — since 1982 — first period. EL - Reggie McAdams 6 Penalties-Yards 6-60 9-66
Salem 177, Russia 187, Lou. St. Peyton Adkins (Gallipolis Gallia)
18:30.3; 14. Tessa Weigand
since the Elida football team Tippecanoe tried to answer run (run failed), 7:04 Punts-Aver. 1-35 2-21
Thomas Aquinas 188, Ashland EL - Colin Blymyer 2 run
Crestview 192, Versailles 197, (ASV-SM) 18:31.4; 15. Taylor had played in a playoff game; by garnering the Bulldog 7 —
(McAdams run), 4:39 INDIVIDUAL
Gates Mil. Gilmour Acad. 208, Hatfield (CHILLZ) 18:33.4; 16. they’ve never won one. from the 30 — in 10 plays but SECOND QUARTER ELIDA
Galion Northmor 221, Findlay Liz Weiler (CND 18:38.7. No one told them they a fumble was recovered by the EL - Nathan Jenkins RUSHING: Colin Blymyer 17-79,
Liberty-Benton 232, Attica Local Finishers (143 should have been nervous and Bulldogs and returned to the 40 field goal, 8:33 Reggie McAdams 12-34, Anthony
EL - Safety (punt blocked Sumpter 1-21, Team 1-(-)2.
Seneca East 256, McDonald Runners): 18. Christina Seas simply grateful to be there. 32. Despite a pair of holding out of end zone), 4:10 PASSING: McAdams 23-32-271-
265, Fredericktown 274, (COL) 18:46.0; ... 33. Jill Kanney The Bulldogs came out calls (6 penalties, 60 yards), THIRD QUARTER 0-0.
Col. Grandview Heights 290, (COL) 19:18.3; ... 52. Adrienne on fire and grabbed a 19-0 the visitors finished the 9-play TI - Jake Watkins 16 run RECEIVING: Kevin Kraft 7-71,
Johnstown-Monroe 307. Pohl (Lima Shawnee) 19:37.7; first-half lead over host Tipp drive with a 40-yard field (Dylan Bourelle run), 6:16 Rikki Le 6-65, Austin Etzler 4-54,
Top 16: 1. Tammy Berger ... 71. Hannah Fleck (Celina) TI - Jake Polansky 1 run Jeremy Newby 3-61, Nathan
City Tippecanoe on a chilly goal by Jenkins and a 17-0 (run failed), :10 Jenkins 3-20.
(VER) 18:13.3; 2. Emily 19:59.0; ... 81. Veronica Bruns
Roberts (FRED) 18:18.5; 3. (COL) 20:12.0; ... 94. Leah Saturday night in Tipp City spread with 8:33 showing in FOURTH QUARTER TIPP CITY TIPPECANOE
and then held off a furious the half. EL - Blymyer 1 run (Austin RUSHING: Casey Clack 8-94,
Hannah Stefanoff (CGRA) Brunswick (COL) 20:35.2; ... 105. Etzler kick), 4:40 Dylan Bourelle 17-87, Jake Watkins
18:23.9; 4. Alexandra Markovich Larissa Kohn (COL) 20:52.5; ... Red Devil rally to emerge The Bulldogs again got TI - Bourelle 4 run (Kyle 17-38, Jake Polansky 12-35, Kyle
(Gates Mil. Hawken) 18:46.2; 5. 110. Alyssa Brunswick (COL) with a 26-21 triumph in a a break on another fumble, Pignatiello kick), 3:25 Pignatiello 1-15, Team 1-(-)1.
Halle Markel (GMGA) 18:49.0; 20:58.0; ... 119. Brittany Kaiser Region 10 quarterfinal. this time picked up by senior PASSING: Watkins 4-12-50-2-0,
(COL) 21:13.9. TEAM STATS Clack 0-1-0-1-0.
6. Bethany Norman (Xenia Elida (9-2) will head to Ross Harmon at the TC 28. Elida Tippecanoe RECEIVING: Clack 2-22,
Christian) 18:57.1; 7. Brittany Boys Team Scores: Peninsula Piqua at 7 p.m. Saturday to However, they turned it over First Downs 20 18 Polansky 1-23, Bourelle 1-5.
Stockmaster (ASE) 18:57.2; 8. Woodridge 80, Akron St. Vin.- battle Columbus Bishop at the 5, picked up by Tipp
Rebekah Haip (FRED) 18:59.2; St. Mary 102, Avon 111, Elyria Watterson, a 14-7 victor City’s Kyle Pignatiello.
9. Meghan Schulze (J-MON) Cath. 145, Chill. Unioto 167, Bay
Village Bay 201, St. Clairsville over Columbus St. Francis The Elida defense
19:02.3; 10. Shayla Siefker the Bulldog ‘D’ stiffened and where Blymyer bulled over
(Ottoville) 19:03.2; 11. Julia 211, Alliance Marlington 212, deSales. forced a punt and junior
“This is an awesome feel- Chris Biederman blocked held Watkins for no gain on a right guard. Etzler added the
Pusateri (LSTA) 19:03.2; 12. Kettering Arch. Alter 215, 4th-and-inches. point-after for a 26-14 lead
Mikaela Bush (Mt. Gilead) Brookville 219, Granville 226, ing. It’s been a long time to Pignatiello’s boot out of the
19:10.3; 13. Emily Trent (ACV) Lima Shawnee 247, Chardon even be this far and we came end zone for a safety and However, the hosts got it with 4:40 left.
19:10.6; 14. Allison Roeth N.D.-Cath. Latin 251, Spring. out with a lot of emotion,” 19-0 bulge with 4:10 left in back three plays later on a “We started off well and
(Houston) 19:12.9; 15. Lacy Shawnee 268, Uhrichsville Elida coach Jason Carpenter the half. fumble, with Bourelle nab- when they made it close, we
Nagy (Elmore Woodmore) Claymont 409, Dover 460. said. The half was effectively bing it at their 20. They used made plays on both sides,”
19:14.9; 16. Jessica Doepker Top 16: 1. Michael Brajdic That sentiment was echoed ended on another intercep- their ground game on all 10 Carpenter added. “They went
(Kalida) 19:16.3. (BVB) 15:01.9; 2. Steven Weaver
by sophomore linebacker tion of Jake Watkins (4-of-12 plays to edge closer, includ- with a formation that worked
Other Local Finishers (144 (Napoleon) 15:21.9; 3. Adrian ing a 40-yard jaunt by Casey
Runners): 26. Averie Bornhorst Ross (CHILLU) 15:29.5; 4. Dan Quentin Poling. passing, 50 yards, 2 picks), (unbalanced line one way or
“It’s hard to put this into this time by sophomore Josh Clack (8 rushes, 94 yards) to the other) that they hadn’t
(MIN) 19:32.3; ... 28. Natalie Kuhman (ELY) 15:40.6; 5. Abel put the pigskin at the Elida
Grillot (VER) 19:37.3; ... 40. Flores (Defiance) 15:49.0; 6. words. We had a lot of sup- Carder. shown before and we struggled
port and backing from our “We got those turnovers, 1. Jake Polansky powered
Hannah Butler (MIN) 19:51.9; Tyler Kvach (AVO) 15:54.6; 7. to adjust. When we needed it
... 45. Maria Dahlinghaus (MIN) Vibushan Sivakumaran (PEN) fans and they really helped us which helped, but we if we over left guard for the six.
However, Clack was stopped the most, we got the defensive
19:53.6; ... 52. Elle Sutter (Fort 15:56.5; 8. Sam Wharton (Tipp tonight,” Poling noted. don’t hurt ourselves, it could stop or the big offensive play.
Recovery) 19:59.9; ... 63. Olivia City Tippecanoe) 16:03.5; 9. Matt The ’Dawgs used a 17-yard have been 35-0 at the half. on the 2-pointer for a 19-14
Enneking (MIN) 20:08.8; ... 82. Peters (Canal Fulton) 16:04.0; deficit with 10.2 ticks on the Still, we know we have to get
kickoff return by junior Austin Those are things we need to better for Watterson.”
Leah Niekamp (MIN) 20:36.4; 10. Todd Hewitt (Eaton) 16:07.9; Etzler to commence the first correct next week,” Carpenter third-period clock.
... 86. Nicole Frantz (VER) 11. Chris Kantor (Jefferson Area) After a stumble on the A 43-yard Bourelle kickoff
16:08.6; 12. Drake Sulzer (PEN) drive at the 30. Running a said. “We played a great game
20:39.6; 87. Samantha Hoelscher ensuing kickoff, Elida started return gave Tipp City life at
(MIN) 20:40.0; ... 93. Jacqueline 16:09.0; 13. Tanner Mattie crisp shotgun offense, the but we needed that big lead
Orange and Black took 12 because we knew Tipp City at the 6. Behind McAdams the visitor 47. Keyed by a
Moorman (VER) 20:45.6; ... 96. (Proctorville) 16:14.2; 14. Jake — 6-of-7 on the drive for 39-yard jaunt by Bourelle, it
Natalie Fausey (MIN) 20:51.6; Stephens (BELL) 16:14.7; 15. plays and 4:56 off the clock to would come back. They made
... 100. Brooke Pothast (VER) Patrick O’Brien (Akron St. Vin.- draw first blood. Junior Colin it close in the second half.” 68 yards, hitting junior Kevin took five plays. At the 4, he
20:56.8; ... 113. Margaret Prakel St. Mary) 16:15.8.; 16. Jacob Blymyer (17 rushes, 79 yards) A 27-yard kickoff return Kraft four times for 38 yards swept right end and head-
(VER) 21:26.7; ... 116. Samantha Swords (ASV-SM) 16:18.1 ran four times for 21 yards by Nick Fischer set the Red (7 grabs, 71 yards), Elida ed for the pylon. Pignatiello
Gehret (VER) 21:36.4. Other Local Finishers (149 and junior Reggie McAdams Devils at the 36 to open the got momentum back with a added the kick for a 26-21
Boys Team Scores: Runners): 19. Jared Fleming (23-of-32 passing, 271 yards) half. Their powerful running 14-play sequence. Also aided lead with 3:25 to go.
Independence 85, McDonald (Van Wert) 16:19.9; ... 40. by a personal foul on the Tipp City again tried an
Zach Diltz (LSH) 16:44.8; ... was 4-of-6 for 33 yards. At game, which had been held to
94, Delta 121, Garfield Hts. hosts, they reached the Tipp onside kick and very nearly
Trinity 165, Burton Berkshire 51. Garrett Diltz (LSH) 16:54.2; the Red Devil 6, McAdams 56 yards the first half (finish-
faked Blymyer to the left and ing with 268 for the game in 58 City 2 before a no-gain play recovered, with the officials
174, Cin. Summit Country Day ... 84. Brandon Sevitz (LSH) and a loss of two by Blymyer ruling a Devil player touched
197, Ironton 198, Bloomdale 17:22.3; ... 102. Josh Vondran kept the ball over right guard, tries), began to get revved up.
(LSH) 17:37.2; ... 116. Rory pounding his way to paydirt They needed 13 plays — all on 4th-and-goal. the ball before it went 10
Elmwood 209, Balt. Liberty
Union 229, New Riegel 240, Scott (LSH) 17:54.2; ... 129. Joe at 7:04. Nathan Jenkins (3 but one a run; an incomplete An injury earlier to Jenkins yards and giving Elida the ball
St. Henry 249, Russia 269, Miller (LSH) 18:15.5; ... 138. grabs, 20 yards) lined up for pass — to get on the board. At caused Carpenter to go for it at midfield. However, a fum-
Bascom Hopewell-Loudon 273, Andrew Bryan (LSH) 18:34.4. the extra point but the snap the Elida 16, Watkins faked a on fourth down. ble two plays later nabbed by
Covington and Bellaire St. John was dropped, resulting in a run to the right side and kept “If Nathan is ready to Kyle Quinn gave the Devils
Central 274, Galion Northmor ------
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343. DIVISION I Carpenter explained. garnered one first down but
All-State (Top 16): 1. Girls Team Scores: Rocky The Bulldog defense to the pylon. Dylan Bourelle
grabbed the first of its three (17 rushes, 87 yards) ran in However, Elida’s defense with time running out, they
Colin Cotton (CSCD) 15:32.5; Riv. Magnificat 107, Mason 154, again held and forced a punt, tried a trick play; a reverse
2. Drew Trusty (Sycamore Louisville 165, Tol. Notre Dame picks, the first by sophomore the 2-pointer for a 19-8 score-
Anthony Sumpter, setting them board with 6:16 left in the with the offense taking over pass by Clack going to his left.
Mohawk) 15:38.1; 3. Isaac Academy 167, Brunswick 175,
at the 49. Using six plays, this However, it was picked off by
Delphos
Potes (Fredericktown) 15:39.6; Springboro 176, North Canton up at the Tipp City 48. With third.
4. Colin Fisher (DEL) 15:40.1; Hoover 196, Cin. St. Ursula a 31-yard connection from The ensuing onside kick time they struck paydirt. A Biederman and the return put
5. Ryan Polman (IND) 15:40.4; McAdams to junior Jeremy hit an Elida player and Alex 27-yarder from McAdams to Elida at the TC 44.
Academy 200, Perrysburg 207,
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6. Ryan Roush (North Lima Dublin Coffman 211, Strongsville Newby (3 grabs, 61 yards) the Reindel recovered for the Etzler (4 catches, 54 yards) McAdams twice took a
South Range) 15:43.9; 7. Samuel 233, Sylvania Northview 240, big play, the Bulldogs needed hosts at the Elida 49. However, set the ball at the 1, from knee to end the game.
Prakel (Versailles) 15:46.1; 8. Hudson 246, Kings Mills Kings
Matt Pelletier (BUR) 15:51.1; 9.
Nick Goebel (ELM) 15:58.8; 10.
Luke Pohlman (RUS) 15:58.9;
264, Hilliard Davidson 278,
Mentor 341. Pairings
Top 16 (146 Runners): 1. (Continued from page 6)
11. Michael Rusnaczyk (IND) Michelle Thomas (Cin. Glen Este)
16:00.1; 12. Kyle Polman (IND) 17:41.5; 2. Carly Hamilton (SPR) 1), Findlay Donnell Stadium; Catholic Lowell Klinefelter Field;
16:03.4; 13. Nick Gliha (GAR) 17:53.1; 3. Hannah Neczypor 7 Jeromesville Hillsdale (10-1) vs. 2 Mogadore (11-0) vs. 3 Thompson
16:04.2; 14. Patrick Kunkel 3 Hamler Patrick Henry (10-1), Ledgemont (11-0), Twinsburg
(North Royalton) 17:59.2; 4.
(MCD) 16:04.8; 15. Tim Nichols TENATIVE: Tiffin Frost-Kalnow Tiger Stadium
(North Lima South Range) Anna Boyert (Medina) 18:03.7; Region 22: 1 Delphos St.
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16:05.1.; 16. Kyle Jones (MCD)
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Shawn Allemeier
Christie Elizabeth Rostorfer and Shawn David Allemeier
were united in marriage on July 24 at St. John the Baptist
Church in Landeck by the Rev. Jacob Gordon.
Mr. and Mrs. Rafael The bride is the daughter of Daniel and Margie Rostorfer
of Delphos. The groom is the son of David and Dianne
Cosmé Hernandez Allemeier.
Nuptial music was provided by vocalist Kimberly
Ashley M. Albridge and Rafael Cosmé Hernandez were
united in marriage on July 3 at the courthouse in Escuela
Ousley and organist David Stearns.
Maid of Honor was Deena Knepper of Lima, friend of Mr. and Mrs. David Harlan
de las Torres, Spain. the couple. David and Lisa Harlan of Delphos will celebrate 25
The bride is the daughter of Don and Cindy Jacomet Bridesmaids were Courtnie Rostorfer of Dayton, sister years of marriage on Nov. 9.
of Delphos. The groom is the son of Jose Luis Cosmé and of the bride; Carrie German of Delphos, sister of the bride; They were united in marriage on that day in 1985 at
Marivi Hernandez Cosmé. Allison Omlar of Lima, friend of the couple; Stephanie Trinity United Methodist Church, the Rev. Ralph Uth
Man of honor was Jason Miller of Columbus, friend of Verhoff of Delphos, friend of the couple; and Trisha Carder officiating. They were high school sweethearts.
the couple. of Lima, friend of the couple. A trip to Holmes County Bed and Breakfast is planned
A reception was held in Alcala de Henares. A wedding Flower girls were Jada and Cassidy Schafer of Delphos, to celebrate.
trip to New Zealand is planned in 2011. cousins of the bride. Ringer bearer was Bryce Stearns of They have two daughters, Cynthia Marie Harlan and
The couple resides in Alcala de Henares, Spain. Mendon, Godson of the bride. Megan Rose Harlan.
The bride is a 2005 graduate of Jefferson High School Best man was Don Rice of Delphos, friend of the David is an STNA and works for Lima Memorial
and a 2009 graduate of Bowling Green State University, couple. Health System. Lisa is a RN and works in Critical Care at
with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish, Russian and Asian Groomsmen were Scott German, brother-in-law of the St. Rita’s Medical Center.
studies. She is employed by Fritermai. bride; Brian Gossard, friend of the couple; Zach Sargent,
Spider-Man musical stuck
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Murkowski on cusp of win; how will she legislate?


By BECKY BOHRER Expectations are high. leadership post within the GOP conference. to continue fighting.
The Associated Press Many conservatives see the support she She voluntarily resigned it in deciding to make Yet, unlike Miller, she’s not staunchly
won from labor, Alaska Native groups and her outsider run. anti-abortion, supporting exceptions for cases
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Republican Sen. Democrats as an indication she will be less She said she plans to listen to Alaskans including those involving rape or incest. She
Lisa Murkowski is on the cusp of vindication likely to push for less federal spending, an “and hopefully you will recognize that I’m doesn’t believe building a wall on the U.S.-
after waging a high stakes — and long shot — overhaul of federal contracting that gives using intellect and judgment (and) while we Mexico border is a good solution to dealing
write-in campaign to keep her job. Native corporations preferential treatment and may disagree on the final vote you will at least with illegal immigration. And she believes
Initial returns show write-in ballots holding an anti-abortion agenda. acknowledge that I gave due consideration.” raising the eligibility age for Social Security
a 13,439-vote edge over GOP nominee Joe And some, like independent Bethany Marcum, During the hotly contested campaign, Miller is more acceptable than a wholesale transition
Miller, and though it’s not clear how many of feel marginalized because Murkowski labeled and tea party-minded surrogates like Palin out of the program.
those are for her or will be counted as valid, Miller an extremist — and Marcum shares many sought to paint Murkowski as an out-of-touch Pollster Marc Hellenthal doesn’t believe
she’s confident enough in her winning to tell of Miller’s limited-government views. liberal, a Republican in name only. McAdams, Murkowski would return to Washington with
supporters that they’d “made history.” The “I don’t think I’ll be heard,” Marcum, 44, meanwhile, called her dangerously conserva- a mandate.
write-in count starts Wednesday in Juneau. said. tive, willing to put party over policy and apt “That would be a little strong, almost a little
Murkowski needed broad-based support Bob Poe, a nonpartisan who unsuccessfully to veer farther right if elected, out of fear of egotistical. The only reason we’re doing this
— from fellow Republicans, Democrats, inde- sought the Democratic nomination for gover- losing another primary. is because she screwed up the primary,” said
pendents — to be successful in what was a nor this year, hopes the last few months have Murkowski rejected both tags and cast Hellenthal, who polled for Alaskans Standing
three-way race (Democrat Scott McAdams been a wake-up call for Murkowski and that herself as the voice for “all Alaskans,” stress- Together, the PAC formed by Alaska Native
has conceded). And while a win would return she’ll reclaim her mantle as a moderate. ing the benefits her seniority could yield and corporations that spent nearly $1.3 million to
her to Washington, to the colleagues and party Murkowski, who shifted right after willingness to work with Democrats as reasons help Murkowski win the general election.
leaders who turned their backs on her after her President Barack Obama took office and as her to support her. She defended her move right Some Murkowski supporters, like Lori
humiliating primary loss to the Sarah Palin- star within the GOP rose, maintains she will under Obama and a Democratic-led Congress Gonzalez, of Anchorage, felt Miller’s primary
backed Miller, it also raises questions about approach issues as they come to her. Though — a shift that included opposition to key win was a “shock to the system” for voters who
how she would legislate. she plans to caucus with Republicans, she said pieces of the Democratic agenda, such as the thought Murkowski would cruise to a victory
“I think so much about representation is she won’t be beholden to any special interests federal health care overhaul and stimulus — as over the political upstart. She saw the write-in
trusting me to do what I think is the right or party — an initial sign of that perhaps com- motivated by concerns of excess spending and effort as a massive do-over. “I don’t really see
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6759 2008 LINCOLN MKZ .......................FWD V/6, full power, leather ............................... $18,995 RENT OR Rent to Own. 2
bedroom, 1 bath mobile
6754 2008 MERCURY MILAN................FWD, 4 cyl., full power, moonroof ...................... $13,995 home. 419-692-3951.

0 % 6752 2008 SUZUKI SX4 ...........................5 dr., AWD, 4 cyl, 5 sp, full power....................... $11,495
FINANCING 6743 2008 FORD FUSION SE ..................FWD, 4 dr., 4 cyl., full power, 25,000 mi. ............ $14,995 890 Autos for Sale

APR FOR
6668 2008 FORD MUSTANG ..................Shelby Coupe, V8 full power, 8,000 miles .......... $37,595
6737 2007 FORD FOCUS SES..................4 Dr., 4 cyl., AT, air, SC, 46,000 miles ................. $11,495

Just Arrived
60 MONTHS 2011 Buick Enclave
IT’S
2011 Chevrolet Traverse 6768 2006 MERCURY MONTEGO........Luxury AWD, full power, leather, 56,000 miles... $12,995
6760 2006 DODGE CHARGER RT.........V/8, Hemi, nav., full power .................................. $15,995
6740 2006 MERCURY MILAN................FWD, 4 Dr., V/6, full power, 18,000 mi................. $14,495
6763 2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM SE.4 dr., 4 cyl, full power, 64,000 mi. .......................... $8,495
$
43
2 WHEEL
95
plus parts
& tax

FUN 6730A2003 LINCOLN TOWN CAR..........Signature V/8, full power, leather .......................... $7,995 ALIGNMENT
ALL NEW TO DRIVE ...
ESPECIALLY
6705A2003 CHEVY MALIBU ....................4 dr, 4cy, AT, air ..................................................... $5,195
6714 2003 DODGE NEON SE ..................4 dr., 4cyl, AT, air, 42,000 miles. .......................... $4,995
Includes check and

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6736 2002 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GTP .Coupe, moonroof, leather, 71,000 miles ................ $7,795
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(front only).

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6744 2009 FORD EDGE. ...................................Limited AWD V/6, full power, leather ............. $27,995
See Service Advisor
6765 2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT ......................FWD, V/6, full power, moonroof, 24,000 mi. .. $18,995
MANAGER’S SPECIAL 6757 2008 FORD TAURUS X EDDIE BAUER FWD, leather, 13,000 mi. ............................. $25,995
for details.

6758 2008 FORD F150 S. CREW XLT. .......4x2, V/8, full power........................................... $21,495
6745 2008 FORD F250 S. CAB 4x4. .........Lariat, leather, 6.4L diesel, full power ............ $34,595 RAABE
3 6747 2008 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4x4. .....V/8, full power, moonroof, 3rd seat ................ $20,995 11260 Elida Rd., Delphos
AVAILABLE NOW 6715 2008 FORD EDGE LIMITED ............... FWD, V6, full power, leather, 30,0000 miles. ..... $24,995 Mon. 7:30-8, T-F 7:30-6; Sat. 9-2

6716 2008 FORD EDGE SEL ......................... FWD V/6, full power, leather, 26,000 miles ........ $22,895 419-692-0055
Over
6704 2007 MERCURY MARINER LUXURY.FWD, full power, moonroof ............................. $14,995 85 years
serving
6753 2007 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT . .........Quad cab, 4x4, 5.7 hemi, 42,000 miles ........... $22,995
2007 Chevy Impala LS 2004 Olds Silhouette
you!

6750 2006 GMC ENVOY SLT 4x4................V/6, full power, leather moonroof, 59,000 mi. $17,595
6734 2006 MERCURY MARINER ............. premier 4X4 V/6, leather, moonroof .................. $11,495

11,795 $ Chrome wheels,


11,995
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Was $12,495 DVD $ 6717 2006 FORD FREESTYLE SEL ............. AWD, V/6, full power ........................................ $11,895
NOW Was $12,995 6741A 2006 PONTIAC TORRENT. ....................4 dr., FWD, V/6, moonroof, 17,000 miles........ $15,995
6663B 2004 FORD F150 S.CREW XLT ....... 4x4, V/8, full power, tu-tone ......................... $13,995 Is It
NOVEMBER MARK DOWNS! 6659A 2004 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER .... Luxury AWD, V/8, full power ....................... $11,795
6770 2002 FORD E250 CARGO VAN ...... 6 cyl., AT, air ..................................................... $6,995
6712 2002 FORD ESCAPE XLT FWD.......... V/6, full power, moonroof ................................ $5,995 Broken?
6713A 2001 FORD ESCAPE XLT 4x4.............V/6, full power, moonroof, leather ...................... $7,995
2010 Buick Enclave CXL .....Silver, 21K miles ........................Was $34,500.......NOW 33,400
$
6746 1999 CHEVY 1500 SILVERADO. .......Ext. Cab 4x4, V/8, full power ............................... $8,995
Find A
6674A 1998 FORD EXPLORER SPORT ..........2 dr., 4x4, V/6, full power ..................................... $4,995
22,800
$
Repairman
2010 Chevy Equinox 1LT .......................................................Was $23,500....... NOW
2010 Chevy Equinox ...............all wheel drive, 1LT pkg. ............Was $25,500....... NOW
$
24,800 NEW HOURS To fix It
2008 Buick Enclave .................Gold mist, 20K miles..................Was $32,200..........NOW
$
31,700 Sales: Mon. 8:00-8; Tues.-Fri. 8-6; Sat. 9-2:30
Service • Parts • Body Shop
2008 Buick Enclave .................Ruby red, navigation, DVD ........Was $28,900..........NOW
$
27,700 Mon. 7:30-8 p.m.; Tues.-Fri. 7:30-6 p.m.; Sat. 9-2

2007 GMC Acadia SLT2 ........Red, all the equipment...............Was $30,900.......NOW


$
29,500
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*As time allows per service hours* In The
2010 HHR 1LT................................25K miles, dark blue ..................Was $14,900........ NOW
$
13,900 Service
13,900 Directory
$
2010 HHR 1LT................................27K miles, black ........................Was $14,900........ NOW
2007 Chevy Impala LT pkg. Gray ...........................................Was $13,300..........NOW
$
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Wife obsessed Tomorrow’s HI AND LOIS

Horoscope
with infatuation By Bernice Bede Osol
Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010

There is a strong possibility that


Dear Annie: I am a straight face while listening you will establish two huge objectives
45-year-old woman, married to whatever it is the per- for yourself in the near future, and
to a wonderful man for 23 son is saying. Do I offer because they’re unrelated, you’ll
have a better than average chance to
years. But for the life of me, them some chewing gum, or succeed. One pertains to your work,
I cannot get over meeting do I excuse myself from all the other to your social life.
“Ted” through my husband’s conversation? -- Gagging in SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
Build on that strong new foundation
business 16 years ago. The California that you recently laid, because its
second I shook hands with Dear Gagging: Smokers prospects for long-term success BLONDIE
him, fireworks went off. It cannot smell cigarette odor look better than anything else you
have going. Get busy for prosperous
was as if I had known him all on themselves. So be diplo- tomorrows.
my life. I was so blown away matic, but honest. Tell them SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
that I met him for lunch a so sorry, but you have a 21) - Set an example of being up front
about a serious matter that needs to be
few times. (Nothing else.) tough time breathing around decided, and the others will follow.
My husband soon left that smokers because of the lin- You’ll feel better about the decision if
job, and although I gering odor. Then everybody has a hand in it.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
often thought about politely excuse 19) - Those who care about you will
Ted, I never went yourself. Even be pulling for you from behind the
out of my way to though it is diffi- scenes and doing what they can to
find him. Then, as cult to hear, most help you out. You may not even be
aware of all their effort.
luck would have smokers would AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
it, my husband prefer to know - Initially you might start your day
took a position at the reason you are wanting to do your own thing, but as
another company, avoiding them.
time passes, you could find yourself
getting more gregarious and desiring BEETLE BAILEY
and guess who Dear Annie: I some friendship. Keep your options
else works there. would like to add open.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
For the past my personal expe- Don’t hesitate to try to breath new life
couple of years, rience to the let- into a situation that everybody thinks
Ted and I con- ters you’ve printed is dead. Your ability to do so is better
tacted each other Annie’s Mailbox regarding photo- than even you anticipate, and you’ll
know it when you begin your work.
only through graphs being taken ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
e-mail. But I saw him at a of loved ones in caskets. My Your analytical faculties are extremely
sharp, but instead of using them to
co-worker’s birthday party, mother tried to get all of her spot another’s shortcomings in order
and it was as if we were children to line up in front to get one over on him/her, use them
never apart. My friends told of our father’s casket for a to help this person.
me that his face (and mine) group picture. We let her TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - A
joint interest that seems to vacillate
glowed when we saw each know we disapproved, but periodically might become more
other. months later, she presented clearly defined. For the first time you
I know Ted has feelings each of us with a framed may see the advantages of the glue SNUFFY SMITH
that is keeping you together.
for me. Neither of us has photo of our father in his GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - A
children. How do I tell him casket with us in front. It partnership situation that has been
I believe we are soulmates? was her idea of a loving gift. questionable at best is not apt to let
you down when push comes to shove.
Or should I tell him at all? We were all extremely upset. You’ll find it nice to know that the
I love my husband, but this What do you think of this, relationship is a healthy one.
is a force I have never felt Annie? -- Miss Dad CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
A co-worker is likely to do a job for
before. What do I do? Please Dear Miss Dad: you that s/he would rather not, all
help. I feel like a stupid little Obviously, your mother is because of the way you ask. It’s your
schoolgirl. -- Lost one of those people who friendliness toward this person that is
so effective.
Dear Lost: It’s obvious believe such pictures are a LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
that you are swooning, but caring tribute to a loved one. Something in which you’re presently
please put your adult brain But it would be nice if she involved can be reorganized in ways
in gear and consider the were sensitive to the fact that will make it function far better,
and you’re the one who knows how
consequences. What do you that not everyone shares her to do this. Don’t hold back what you HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
hope to get out of this? An opinion. know will work.
affair? A divorce? A power- Annie’s Mailbox is writ- VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - The
only way you’re likely to get a handle
ful attraction is no guarantee ten by Kathy Mitchell and on a perplexing development is to
that there is a solid rela- Marcy Sugar, longtime edi- trace it back to its beginnings. The
tionship underneath it. Are tors of the Ann Landers answer you are looking for is to be
found at its very core.
you willing to gamble your column. Please e-mail your LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - The
marriage on a fling? Your questions to anniesmail- pleasant manner in which you treat
husband has done nothing box@comcast.net, or write others is the main reason you can sway
them to your way of thinking when it
to deserve the pain you are to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o is important for you to do so. They are
contemplating. Creators Syndicate, 5777 W. responding to your friendliness, so
The idea of finding your Century Blvd., Ste. 700, Los smile it up.
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situation is messy and com-
plicated, and may be nothing BORN LOSER
like you imagine. Either be
honest with your husband
and ask for a divorce so you
can pursue another man, or
seriously adjust your attitude
to convince yourself that
Ted is not so desirable, and
recommit to your marriage.
Dear Annie: Multiple
acquaintances and fam-
ily members (including my
mother) are frequent smok-
ers. Thankfully, they all go
outside to smoke, but the FRANK & ERNEST
problem occurs when they
return to socialize inside.
I dislike talking to anyone
who has such a strong odor
on their breath and clothes
that I can smell it from five
feet away.
It is becoming difficult to
continue breathing in those
noxious fumes and keep a

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230 E. Second St., Delphos
(419) 695-1055 Flanagan’s Car Care The UNION BANK Co.
Visit us online at 816 E. Fifth St. Delphos 114 E. Third St.
Delphos, Ohio 419-692-2010
www.first-fed.com
Ph. 419-692-5801 Ph. 419-692-2010 www.theubank.com

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Save-A-Lot Grocery Miller’s Village Market “Neigh
bors Insuring Neighbors”
Since 1863
112 E. Third St.,
1022 S. Shannon St., Van Wert, Ohio 178 Clay St., Ottoville Delphos, OH
419-238-0944 Ph. 419-453-3311 419-692-3413

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Bellmann’s Party Shop Pick 'N Save MAIN OFFICE LENDING CENTER
161 W. Third St.
Ottoville, Ohio 45876
940 E. Fifth St.
Delphos, OH 45833
134 E. Fifth St., Delphos Shannon Station • Van Wert • (419) 238-5304
The Ottoville 419-453-3313 419-695-3313
Ph. 419-692-4936 Lotto & Lottery Open 6 a.m. To midnight everyday www.ottovillebank.com
Bank Co.