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Delphos Tri County Daily Herald Newspaper Archives May 10 1986, Page 2

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Delphos Tri County Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Delphos, Ohio2 a the Delphos Herald saturday May 10,1966 school lunch menu Lamneck elementary May 12-14 Sloppy to Sandwich French Fries pineapple cookie and milk tuesday pancakes and sausage applesauce and milk. Wednesday country Steak mashed potatoes and Gravy Buffer bread mixed fruit and milk. Thursday Fried Chicken buttered noodles bread pears and milk. Friday Macaroni and cheese mixed vegetables butter bread peaches and milk. Ottoville May 12-14 monday Barbecue Sandwich potato rounds Green Beans pudding and milk. Tuesday pizza burgers salad com fruit and milk. Wednesday wieners Cornbread Green Beans pineapple or pears and milk. Thursday Chicken mashed potatoes and Gravy peas butter bread fruit and milk. Friday Chili soup cheese relish Peanut butter or butter bread Apple Crisp and milk. s May 12-14 monday pizza or hot dog Sandwich mixed vegetables applesauce salad and milk. Tuesday tenderloin or Chicken Patty Sandwich creamed Rice peaches salad and milk. Wednesday Chicken Sandwich or Barbecue pork Sandwich noodles salad Cherry Cobbler a Topping and milk. Thursday Perkette Sandwich or Steak Sandwich buttered Green Beans Apple turnovers salad and milk., Friday grilled cheese fish or Ham Patty Sand sch potato rounds pears salad and milk. Spencerville May 12-14 monday Barbecue Sandwich Tater tots stoplight vegetables wonder bar and milk. Tuesday sausage link waffles syrup donuts applesauce and milk. Wednesday beef cheese tacos lettuce Taco sauce buttered com fruit or jello and milk. Thursday crispy Fried Chicken mashed potatoes and Gravy Green Beans dinner Roll and milk. Friday toasted cheese Sandwich baked Beans com chips Yum Yum cake and milk. Elida May 12-14 monday assorted sandwiches buttered noodles peas and carrots ice Cream bar and milk. Tuesday roast Turkey whipped potatoes and Gravy Green Beans fruit biscuit and Honey butter and milk. Wednesday pizza potato chips mixed vegetables applesauce and milk. Thursday Spaghetti and meat sauce cheese lettuce salad fruit Texas Toast and milk. Friday Barbecue pork Sandwich tri Tater peaches Yummy cake and milk. Delphos Jefferson May 12-14 monday Ham Pattie Sandwich Sloppy to Sand wich buttered com Apple Crisp and milk. Tuesday roast Turkey Sandwich or breaded pork Sandwich whipped potatoes and Gravy Green Beans fruit hot Roll and milk. Wednesday pizza tossed salad Rosy applesauce and milk. Thursday Corn dog with cheese or fish Sandwich baked Beans pudding and wafer and milk. Friday Macaroni and cheese or Turkey Sand wich Cole Slaw bread and butter fruit bar and milk. Fort Jennings 12 16 monday Taco com fruit and milk. Tuesday toasted cheese Sandwich fruit mixed Ickles and milk. A we offer you a better Choice Quot Scherger Monument oldest area full service memorial firm 507-511 North main Delphos Ohio 419 692-5846 individual the bucket gizzards available everyday 11 am-7 pm at Kentucky Fried Chicken. It said Caen a of fiet a in Delphos and Van Wert town House family restaurants Chicken pizza ice Cream 940 e. Fifth St., Delphos pm. 692-3821 or 692-2551 Golden Buckeye cards accepted hours dining room carryout . Fri. Amp sat. 11 am-9 pm 11 am mid 11 am-11 pm 11 am-1 am for your have your favorite soft drinks Good Vibrait Ioui 6 pack cans.1-99 12 pack cans.3.75 13�?� pizza buy one 13�?� at Reg. Price get 2nd one free 4 piece Chicken Basket with Fries amp Roll Only 375 remember our daily specials Mon. Subs or Ham amp cheese subs99 thurs. Chicken Sand."1.59 tues. Pizza rolls."1.25 Fri. Roast beef."1.99 wed. Steak special."1.75 sat. Tenderloin."1.25 Sun. 2 pc. Chicken dinner buy 1 get 1 free vegetables chips Pickle wednesday hot Ham Sandwich baked Beans fruit cheese tray Brownie pickles and milk. Thursday hot dog Sandwich potato rounds fruit relish and milk. Friday Taco soup with crackers or shells fruit Blueberry muffin and milk. Seminar on child sexual abuse set a one girl in four and one boy in seven will be the victim of sexual abuse before their 18th birthday. And in at least 75 percent of the cases the child will know the offender whether it be someone in the family or a family Friend a says or. A1 Schneiberg president of Allen county adolescent coordinating Council. In an Effort to acquaint professionals As Well As the Community with information on the dynamics of child sexual abuse the adolescent coordinating Council will present a seminar 8 . To3 30p.m. June 17 at St. Rita a medical Center Assembly Hall. Key speaker will be or. Michael e. Ruhlen on St. Rita a child Protection team As consulting paediatrician. Early registration for the seminar is $8 by june 3 or $10 after that Date. Checks for registration May be mailed to Dave Bingham adolescent coordinating Council 1920 slab town rd., Lima 45801. A a just say not continued from Page 1 Soleil Moon Frye Star of Abc tvs a Spunky Brewster show is the National chair kid of a just say on the oct. 27 episode Punky facing pressure from older girls to use drugs formed pits of from by Esther Bielawski Carol Brewer named manager of Indiana Bank office Carol Brewer was recently named manager of the Frankfort ind. Office of Lincoln Federal savings Bank. President de Whalen of Lincoln Federal also announced her election As vice president of the Bank. Before joining Lincoln Federal in 1973 Brewer graduated from Jefferson High school and was assistant Secretary of the commercial Bank for five years. She also was a Secretary for the Delphos Herald. Brewer is the daughter of Pauline Maddux of 135 East twelfth St. And the late Marion Moyer. She has a sister Janet Wilhelm of Delphos. A a just say not club. At the end of that episode news footage was shown of Soleil and co Star Cherie Johnson taking part in two of the dozens a walks Aga Iris to drugs held across the co unify in april 1985. The a a walk idea originated with Cascade an Atlanta Parent group. The network and its affiliates were swamped with inquiries from Young people eager to learn More about forming a club. A a just say not club can be started and operated with Little or no Money. All it takes is a concerned adult Leader and a place to meet. Some clubs Are started by parents some by teachers some by Community organizations some by the children themselves. They meet in schools in churches in Community centers in Peoples Homes. Some of the activities of clubs Are sponsoring drug free parties preparing bulletin boards and booklets on drug abuse prevention holding drug prevention rallies wearing a just say not buttons and to shirts and writing newsletters to share with other kids. Kids develop their own plans for club activities. The Basic requirement is to help create a positive peer pressure not to use drugs and an environment where kids can grow up drug free. On May 22, a major event in the a just say not movement will take place when a just say not clubs All Over the country will participate in a nationwide program against drugs. Millions of Young people All Over the country Are expected to be involved. 0 sunday is momus special Day. A thanks mom for All the wonderful things you do. Have a Happy mothers Day and Many Many this is the typical penned remark on greeting cards sent each second sunday in May by Small children and grown children to let moms know How they feel. Each year we wish a the worlds greatest Mother the happiest mothers Day and each time a child wishes his mom a Happy Day that mom recalls the first card usually handmade and gifts sent to her own dear Mother. Cards Are different today than the tender Floral Sweet violets and roses variety of yesteryear mainly because of the changing lifestyles. Changing lifestyles have forced the addition of a new style of cards such As those that read a Happy mothers Day Toa wonderful cards Are designed today for stepmothers dads and Mother like friends and relatives in our lives. There Are More stepparents today step grandparents and All those people who show love through care and understanding and there is a card to convey dear messages to All these people. The majority of moms prefer to eat out on mothers Day and there Are All kinds of restaurants offering special dinners just for mom and her family. Then there Are those moms who prefer to have their family gathered around them sunday and would give anything to have a Day away from the Kitchen. There a something magic about the word Mother Majestic and tender passed on the Day the child is Given life. That same kind of tender love is returned to Mother on her special Day. Whether it is a card bouquet of Flowers a special dinner or a trip to the cemetery most families will in some Way show their love for their mothers sunday. Elida seniors continued from Page i graduation address will be presented by the Rev. Terry Brock pastor of Lima missionary Baptist Church. Also participating in the program will be Don Trost director of Apollo career Center and or. Michael Jenkins pastor of Immanuel United methodist Church. Instrumental music will be provided by Elida High school band under direction of Eugene Wollenhaupt. Pamela Brunk is the daughter of or. And mrs. Alden Brunk. She is editor of the reflector a member of National Honor society Honor Efta senior musical. She has received the outstanding Junior award of Elida High school in 1985, the Dar Good citizen of Elida High school for 1986, eight Scholastic medals and an Ohio academic scholarship. She plans to attend mount Vernon Nazarene College and major in elementary education and psychology. Jill Schiffke is the daughter of or. And mrs. Dale Schiffke. Her High school activities include reflector staff National Honor society Cross country track and girls athletic association. Her awards include Esther l. Beyer freshman scholarship scholar athlete award Honor e. Award Scholastic awards. She plans to attend University of Toledo and major in pharmacy. Graduating seniors include Julie Ann Adams Michael David Allen Timothy s. Allen Todd Robert Altenbach Kristen Mary Anthony Dawn Michelle Armentrout Thomas m. Art Steven Brian Baker Gay Bra Lynn Ballinger Brent Eric Beckwith Kathy Lynne Beeler Curtis James Biglow Matthew t. Blake Jennifer l. Bladzinski Bradley Alan Blymyer Christina i. Bowers Stacy Marie Bowersock Denise Joy Boyer John Joseph Brabant Elaine Annette Bratz. Brian d. Bridges t. Blain Brock ii James r. Brown Pamela Kay Brunk Teresa Maria Burden Thomas John Burden jr., Sharon Lefay Cage Jeananne Michelle Campbell Candace Suzanne Canter Barry l. Christian Michele Robyn Clark Jennifer Carrie Colgan Pamela sue Collins Robert g. Conrad Scott a. Cooper Mindy Diane Craft Lisa Renee Crider. Kerri Ann Culp Kimberly Anne Dally David w. Decker Desma Diane Decker Kathy s. Devasher Nicole Ann Diglia Michael Anthony Dobbs Diane Kay Eberle Rodney Estes Jenny Lynne Evans Jason Todd Ewing Rich Alan Ferguson Frances to Fields Ray e. Fisher James Alan Foust Robert Lynn Fricke. Jonathan p. Frisby John d. Frueh iii Kelly Suzanne Gallaher Douglas w. Glenn Pepsi or Pepper slice Coupon Good thru Sun. May 21.limit 1 with this Coupon Only at Hoehns party shop 134 e. Fifth St. A Delphos Robert Lee Good William r. Goodwin Melissa Ann Gossard Todd Alan Grapner Lori Miracle Gross Michelle Marie Gross Francis John Guagenti jr., Richard e. Gyetvai. Alvin w. Hansford Lynda Dee Harrod Mark a. Hefner Andrea to heft John f. Heil iii Edith Julia Hentze Michelle Lynn Higgins Laura Ann Hill Darrin j. Hohlbein. James Michael Hollar Robert Chris Holmes Walter b. Huffer ii Todd p. Hughes Steven Louis Hunter Michelle Renee Ingle Kendall Lamonte Ingram Michael Alan Jackson Beth Ann Jennell Beth Ann Jennings Eric l. Johnson Michelle Lynn Jolliff Brian Dale Jostpille r. Scott Kennedy Samuel Robert Kimpel Scott Alan King. Donald Eugene Kirkendall Rebecca l. Kirkendall sharia Renee Kizer Matthew Ronald Kroplin Cristy sue Kunz Philip Dee Layman Cheryl a. Leugers Tonja Lee Lewis Jeffrey w. Lohr Jeffrey Ray Longbrake Barbara Ann Lora Aileen r. Lotz. Bryan Dean Mcadams Sean Anthony Mccarthy Gregory a. Mcclure David Michael Mcdonald Nicolle Lynne Mcgahan Jennifer Lynn Mcglothen Stacy Lynne Mcguire Jeffrey Paul Mcpheron Kathlene sue Maenle Ruth Ann Maley Amy Louise Manley Shelly Kay Martin. Melinda sue Martz Aaron d. Mason Kelly Alisa Matthews Talon a Mawhorr Paul r. Maxwell Shelly Kaye Medsker Jeffrey Brian Mertz Jennifer Ann Mewhorter Timothy a. Miller Shannon Moore Christine Ann Morlock Jill Rae Mowery Monica Leigh Myers Lynette Marie Neal Richard Todd Neal Brian s. Newland. Chris Lee Newland Susan Ann Ousley Denise m. Parent Eric Joseph Parsels Amy Susan Perez Jill Kristine Perrin Seuksavanh Phanthourath William Patrick Pinello Eric Bryan Porter Andrea to Prenezio Andrew w. Prine. Larry v. Puglsey jr., Renee Marie Ranchel Kathryn sue reams Angela Marie Recker Tammy s. Reiff Rhonda Michele Renn Brian k. Reser Craig Rex april Renee Reynolds Susan Kay Rhoades Laura Jean Rice Woodford Roberts jr., Sheila Kay Robinson. Marcia Jane Rossfeld John Joseph Sackinger Fred j. Schafer iii Dorothy sue Scheele Jill Dalene Schiffke Jeffrey d. Schreiber Bret e. Schroeder Gregory Thomas Schwaiger Larry r. Setty jr., Melissa Kay Sherer Barbara Ann Sherrick Burlin Sherrick Burlin Sherrick Timothy c. Shockency. Jerry e. Shoemaker Stephen m. Shultz Michael a. Silys Timothy d. Slonaker aretha Marie Smith b. Gene Smith iii Kevin f. Smith Kendra Rose Spangler Todd a. States Sheila Ann Stemen Charlotte Janine Stimmel Donita Susannie Swartz. Tonya Jean Swint Angela Marie Symonds William John Tessier Ricky l. Thomas Kevin Allen Thompson Michael James Tullis Kevin Alan Turner Lee Eugene Twining Ronald Joseph Vest Walsh Meagan c Marion p. Waltz Watson or. Joseph John Weaver Deborah Kay Whitaker Terry James White Lisa Lundgren White David g. Winslow John d. Woods Robin Jean Wray and Scott a. Wreede. Craig Wasfi Clifford Ottoville by mrs. Leo Deitering or. And mrs. Joseph Osenga had As their dinner guests sunday evening mrs. Margaret Slusser of Defiance mrs. Trevat Plescher of Cloverdale or. And mrs. Joe Osenga or. And children of Delphos the Scott Osenga family of Convoy and or. And mrs. Kim Osenga and family of Van Wert. Elmer Keller of fort Wayne and Elmer Scharf of Cloverdale visited with their Cousin mrs Treva Plescher at her Home mrs. Helen Miller and mrs Ethel Honigford of Here visited in Van Wert. Market special 5 pc. Dining room s 159 includes 4 Side chair table a put amp a �?�/4/ftiamtu Zarut d place 21122 state route 115 one mile South of Vaughnsville pm. 646-3678 5 free Beer band appearing May 14 amp 15 wednesday amp thursday a on the Brink May 16 amp 17 Friday amp saturday

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