Hahn`s Bait and Tackle

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Hahn`s Bait and Tackle
The
West Bend News
VOLUME 1 – ISSUE 3
Serving All of Paulding County - (419) 258-2000
BROKEN YOKE IN CONCERT AT
PAULDING COUNTY CARNEGIE GROVER HILL
LIBRARY UPCOMING EVENTS
TEEN NIGHT
PRESCHOOL STORY TIME
Attention all teens in
grades 7-12, join us at the
Paulding County Carnegie
Library on Thursday, September 22nd from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
for a “game night”. Bring a
friend and have some fun.
Snacks will be provided. For
more information contact the
library at 419-399-2032.
Join us at the Paulding
County Carnegie Library every Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. for
preschool story time. This
fun filled half hour program
is open to all 3-5 year olds.
Come listen to stories, sing
songs, and make new friends.
Don’t miss out on the fun!
HURRICANE KATRINA
FROM YOUTH P.O.V.
VFW HOST LAWNMOWER
POKER RUN
By: Kayla Emerson
Hurricane Katrina is a
very sad and devastating
incident. I wish I could be
there to help all of the homeless people. They have to be
very unhappy about all of
this, I know I would be! I am
just so very thankful that the
Lord has given me all that I
have. Here is a prayer, “Jesus in Heaven please help all
of those Hurricane Katrina
victims, please help them all
find homes, shelters, their
families, food and water and
please make sure they all turn
out to be healthy and well...
amen!”
And to everybody who
reads this, please try to help
out with this disaster. I have
donated a dollar to them, my
high school, Hicksville High,
has made over $1,900 to send
to help with Hurricane Katrina. Please help out! Just
think if this happened to you,
wouldn’t you want people to
help you?
The VFW Men’s Auxiliary
Post 5087 recently sponsored
their 1st annual Lawnmower
Poker Run on August 13,
2005, at the Antwerp VFW.
We had 18 entries from the
surrounding area, and raised
$310 for the Friends of the
Park. Participants ran around
the southwest side of Antwerp and had seven stops to
pick up their cards and return to the VFW hall to turn
in their cards, which was a
timed event. Fastest time was
6 ½ minutes; slowest time
was 55 minutes. Winning
1st place was Mark Moniger
with an ace high flush. 2nd
place went to Tony Delong
with a king high flush. Katie
Jackson of Antwerp won the
50/50 drawing. We had several other winners from nicest
tractor to surprised it runs,
with lots of others winning
door prizes. A great time
and a few laughs were had by
all, and are looking forward
to next years. We would like
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“BROKEN YOKE” CHRISTIAN BAND
Pioneer Christian Ministries is sponsoring a youth
revival.
The dates of the revival
will be September 29 - October 1, Thursday - Saturday
starting at 6:00 P.M. This
event will be located at the
Welcome Park, SR 637, Grover Hill.
Thursday Night “Broken
Yoke” will be in concert and
sharing with all the youth!!
Broken Yoke is a great Christian band. Their Ministry is
to uplift the Lord Jesus Christ
and praise Him through their
music. All youth who attend
will be blessed.
Friday and Saturday evenings will include “The Dave
Boggs Band”. They will be
sharing and playing. They are
a great praise and worship
group. Their heart’s desire is
to see youth of all ages serve
and praise the Lord Jesus
Christ.
Ron Defore is to be the
guest speaker. Ron is a dedicated Christian man who will
bring forth God’s word each
night.
We hope and pray that
all area churches will get
involved and support this
youth revival. It is time for all
churches and God’s people to
unite to save and help our local youth.
All ages are invited to attend this youth revival. Also,
please spread the word and
invite people to attend. We
ask for your prayers for this
event. We desire to see our
communities serving God
and helping our youth know
him.
If you would like to help
or have any questions, please
call youth pastor, Jim Landwehr, 419-453-3612, or Pastor
Chuck Oliver, 419-587-3490.
All help is greatly appreciated.
West Bend
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Publishers of the West Bend News free circulation newspaper
P.O. Box 1008
101 North Main Street
Antwerp, Ohio 45813
Ph. (419) 258-2000
Fx. (419) 258-1313
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ANTWERP COMMUNITY
HEALTH FAIR
WHERE: Antwerp United Methodist Church
WHEN: Saturday, October 1, 2005 7:30-10:30 AM
WHAT: Fasting Blood Profile–Fast for 12-14 hours
You may have your medication & water
COST: Women $25.00 Men $40.00 (added PSA test)
PAYABLE: Day of Testing, Cash or Check to:
Paulding County Hospital
NEEDED: A self-addressed, stamped envelope for
return of test results to you.
Other service representatives will be
available for your information until
noon. A brunch will be served for
our fasting friends.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS GRANDPARENTS NIGHT–GREAT
TIME
ROYAL NEIGHBORS HELD
DRAWING–MATCHING
FUNDS RAFFLE
The Royal Neighbors of
America held their grandparents Family Night Supper at
the VFW Hall in Antwerp.
Everyone enjoyed Lee’s Famous Chicken, Mashed potatoes & gravy and a lot of other covered dishes & desserts,
which, of course, were out of
this world.
We really had a great time
& we played the old corn
game after the drawing of the
prizes Supreme Camps sent.
The adult prizes were
won by Chris Boesch. The
junior prize went to Kylee
Trauterman, Oracle Lelia’s
grandaughter. Thank you Supreme Camp for sending the
favors for each person there,
coffee mugs for adults &
watches for the children. Oracle Lelia Trauterman wants to
thank R.N.A. Supreme Camp
for the great times we’ve had
at all the dinners you support
us with.
By: Lelia Trauterman
The Royal Neighbors of
America held the drawing for
the matching funds raffle.
It was a 50/50 raffle. The
winner of the money was
Robin Trauterman of Antwerp. He won $335.50.
The Friends of the Park
got the other half $335.50.
Supreme camp will match
that sum and they will get
$671.00. Michelle Dooley of
Antwerp was present for the
drawing and her son Matthew
Dooley drew the name for the
50/50. Michelle represented
the Friends of the Park. Oracle Lelia Trauterman, wants
to thank every one for supporting the raffle, the people
who sold tickets and a the
people who purchased the
tickets. A special thank you
to Crystal Drake for printing
the tickets, it was really nice
of you. Thank you, Oracle
Lelia Trauterman.
PRSRT STD
U. S. Postage Paid
Paulding, OH 45879
Permit No. 75
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2005
BOOSTERS SPONSOR
CHICKEN BBQ
The Antwerp Academic
Boosters are sponsoring a
Port-a-Pit chicken BBQ before the football game with
Wayne Trace on Friday, September 23. Serving will begin
at 4:30 and end at 7:00. The
auditeria will be available for
those wishing to eat at the
school; carry-out meals will
also be available. There is a
minor cost of the ticket, and
this includes ½ chicken, two
sides, dessert, and a drink. A
ticket can be purchased from
any pride card holder, in the
elementary office, or from
Mrs. Detmon, the Academic
Booster advisor. There will
be a limited number of tickets
available to purchase at the
door, so we encourage you to
buy a pre-sale ticket.
The Academic Boosters is
a non-profit organization devoted to recognizing academic excellence and improvement in our junior and senior
high school. We currently
have 105 students in grades
8-12 who have a GPA of
3.25 or higher, which earned
them a pride card. A pride
card entitles the students to
several perks throughout the
year, including a monthly
doughnut bar, entry into a
monthly raffle, savings bonds
for seniors, and an end-of-the
year trip to Cedar Point. The
Boosters also help defray the
cost of the National Honor
Society Induction Ceremony.
As you can see, we need to
earn a substantial amount of
money through this BBQ to
pay for all of the special activities that we offer to these
deserving students. So come
to the school on the 23rd–the
chicken is delicious, you
won’t have to cook before the
game, and you’ll be contributing to a worthy cause. The
Boosters than you in advance
for your support.
PAULDING COUNTY BOARD
OF MRDD MONTHLY MEETING
The Paulding County
Board of MRDD will hold
their monthly meeting on
Thursday, September 15 at
7:00 p.m. at the P.C. Workshop Inc. Administrative
Conference Room; 900 Caroline St., Paulding, OH
ANTWERP ROTARY CLUB
On Thursday, September
8, the Rotary Club of Antwerp met for its weekly meeting at the Archer Restaurant
in Antwerp. The meeting was
well attended by its members, including President
Barry DeLong, Secretary
Luann Martin, Ron Eschbach, Shawn Dooley, Floyd
Ramsier, Marilyn Provines,
Steve Fast, Donna Miller, Jeff
Rhonehouse, Suzanne Rister,
Bob Kammeyer, Tom Marlin,
Sandra Temple, Randy Derck
and Mark Hartman.
The weekly program was
given by Barry DeLong. The
program was a brief history
of Rotary International and
the oustanding public service Rotary International
provides, not only to the local community but also to
the international community.
Highlights of the program included the virtual eradication
of polio worldwide as a result
of local and international
Rotary Clubs. Also, the im(Continued
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Discover Six
Dances...Free!
Ballroom Dancing
for the non-dancer.
Saturday, October 8th at 7 p.m.
Call 419-258-1616
to register
Hahn’s Bait and Tackle
16391 St. Rt. 111 – Cecil, OH 45821
Phone: (419) 399-5760
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Sat. & Sun. - 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
“Nightcrawlers, red worms, minnows, waxworms, or lures.
We’ve got what you need hook, line and sinker”
Paulding County Economic Development
Business & Industry Appreciation Banquet
September 22, 2005
OSU Extension Building
Social hour 5:30 - 6:30 Dinner at 6:30
Dinner by Grant’s Catering
Tickets are $18.00 per person
Call 419-399-8282 for tickets
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208 N Columbus St
Affiliate of
Hicksville, OH
Sarah Beverly, 48 died,
September 4, at her home.
She was born May 11,
1957, in Paulding County,
the daughter of Earl Junior
and Betty Lou (Highwarden)
Beverly. She was employed
by Johns Manville, Defiance,
and was a member of the
Quarter Century Club.
She is survived by three
brothers, Earl (Zyphia) Beverly, San Antonio, TX, Kent
Beverly, Paulding, OH, and
Elliott Beverly, Dallas, TX; a
sister, Leslie Beverly, Tiffin,
Oh; and a nephew, James Earl
Beverly.
She is preceded in death
by her parents, and a brother,
Gregory A. Beverly.
Funeral services was a
Den Herder Funeral Home,
Paulding, with Pastor Tim
Dooley officiating. Burial at
Rochester Cemetery, Cecil.
Donations may be made to
Caring Way of Defiance.
Helen Marie Philllips,
71, died at her home on Sunday, September 11. She was
born on November 14, 1933
in Hicksville, the daughter
of Daryl and Mildred (Piper)
Teegardin.
She married John “Speck”
Phillips on March 15, 1953.
She was the owner of Helen’s Fabrics in Hicksville for
(12) years; a member of St.
John Lutheran Church, Hicksville; a member of the Eagles
Aerie Auxiliary – Hicksville;
and was an avid bingo player
She is survived by her
husband; two sons: Michael
John (Ellen) – Lexington, SC
and Ronald Lee (Zoeanne)
– Woodburn, IN; a daughter:
Debra Ann (David) Gallagher – Columbia City, IN; three
grandchildren: Chad (Roselee) Phillips – Spokane, WA,
Kristi Marie – Woodburn, IN
and Rod Michael Hissong –
Dayton, OH; and three greatgrandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers William
Teegardin – Charleston, SC,
Arthur Teegardin – Sherwood, OH; three sisters Mary
Hartman – Kinderhook, MI,
Betty Hoover and Edith Webster both of Bryan, OH.
She was preceded in death
by her parents; a brother
– Archie Teedgardin; a sister
– Margorie Teegardin.
The funeral service will be
on Thursday, September 15th
at 2:00 pm at Smith & Brown
Funeral Home, Hicksville.
Pastor Daniel Fugate, St.
John Lutheran Church, will
officiate. Visitation will be
on Wednesday at the funeral
home from 2:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 9:00 with an Eagles
Auxiliary Service at 7:00.
Burial will be at Forest
Home Cemetery, Hicksville.
Preferred memorials to the
American Cancer Society.
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portance of the Rotary Club
International in the United
Nations was discussed. President Barry DeLong provided
a summary to the Club of the
Rotary District 6600 Seminar attended the previous
evenings by Barry DeLong,
Suzanne Rister, Tom Marlin
and Marilyn Provines. That
Foundation and Membership
seminar was presented at the
Orchard Hills Country Club
in Bryan. The weekly meeting ended with the traditional
Pledge of Allegiance by all
Club Members.
The Rotary Club of Antwerp meets every Thursday
at noon at the Archer Restaurant.
Freda Mae Brockelbank,
81, died September 9, at her
home.
She was born on March
30. 1924 in Hicksville, Ohio,
the daughter of Clyde and
Alda (Headley) Peter.
She was a 1943 graduate
of Hicksville High School.
She married Edward
Brockelbank on April 10,
1948. He preceded her in
death in 2003.
She was a member of St.
Michaels Catholic Church,
Hicksville; she was a homemaker and enjoyed quilting
and needlepoint.
She is survived by (3) daughters: Freida “Fritz” (Daniel)
Smith – Hicksville; Becky
(David) Berry – Huntington,
IN; Kay (Calvin) Yoder – St.
Joe; (5) grandchildren; (13)
great-grandchildren; (3) stepgrandchildren; (2) step-greatgrandchildren; and a brother,
Max (Barb) Peter – Hicksville.
She was preceded in death
by her parents; her husband;
(2) daughters – Mary Francis
and Victoria Sue; a brother
Basil Peter and a sister Catherine Lassus.
The funeral mass was at
St. Michaels Catholic Church
– Hicksville – with Fr. Thomas Oedy officiating. Burial
at Six Corners Cemetery
– Hicksville. Preferred memorials to St. Michaels Renovation Fund.
Angela Reneé Switzer,
36, died September 5, at the
Northwestern Medical Center, Chicago, where she had
been a patient for 3 days.
She was born December 9,
1968, in Paulding County, the
daughter of Terry and Elaine
(Cotterman) Lothamer. On
May 4, 1990, she married
Todd A. Switzer, who survives. She was a member of
St. Joseph Catholic Church,
Paulding. She was employed
as an Education Specialist
for Headstart of Defiance,
and previously employed
by Hicksville Junior High
School, and Napoleon Junior
High Catholic School.
She is survived by her parents, Elaine and Roger Sierer;
her husband, Todd Switzer;
a daughter Ashley Switzer,
all of Paulding; two brothers,
Eric Lothamer, Defiance, OH,
and Jeff (Amy) Sierer, Jewell,
OH; two sisters, Amy (Sam)
Laibe, Ottawa, OH, and
Heather (Pat) Kohls, Kalida,
OH; grandparents, Wayne
and Ivahbelle Lothamer and
Richard and Carrie Cotterman, all of Paulding; and kidney donor, Doreen Vance, of
Paulding.
She is preceded in death
by her father, Terry Lothamer
in 1975.
Funeral service was at
Don Herder Funeral Home,
Paulding, with G. Allen Fillman and Pastor Joseph Allen
officiating. Burial at Live Oak
Cemetery at a later date.
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to thank all our sponsors and
donors: VFW Post 5087, Pop
& Brew, Marilyn’s Petals &
Vines, MERLS Family Restaurant, K & L Tool, Antwerp
Pharmacy, Village Hardware,
Subway, Karen’s Park Station, H & W Napa, and Antwerp Equity.
Race And Chronic Pain
(NAPSA)—Many Americans
aren’t dealing with pain. Recent
studies show one in five chronic
pain sufferers has not seen a doctor
about the pain and only one in 20
patients has seen a pain specialist.
Chronic pain is about equally
distributed among Americans of
all races, according to the researchers. The American Pain
Foundation estimates 50 million
people in this country suffer persistent pain. However, while about
85 percent of Caucasians and
African Americans said they’d
gone to a doctor, only 70 percent of
Hispanics had. Hispanics are
more likely to try to treat chronic
pain themselves, particularly
those who speak Spanish at home.
“The remarkable finding that
about one-third of the Caucasians,
African Americans and Hispanics
who were initially contacted for
the study reported persistent pain
for at least three months during
the past year confirms the magnitude of pain as a national public
health problem,” said Russell
Portenoy, M.D., chairman of the
Department of Pain Medicine and
Palliative Care at Beth Israel
Medical Center in New York.
The survey results showed that
perceived low access to care correlated with being Hispanic or
speaking Spanish, being younger
or male, having low income or limited education, being unemployed,
and having financial concerns
that prevented pain treatment.
“This study validates what
most Latinos have known for a
A recent study found racial disparities in treatment of chronic
pain.
long time—that lack of medical
insurance and proficient health
education along with language
barriers all impede access to care,
especially when it comes to pain
management,” said Venus Ginés,
CEO/Founder of Día de la Mujer
Latina, Inc. Ms. Ginés is also a
breast cancer survivor and has
been diagnosed with lupus, a
chronic inflammatory disease that
can affect various parts of the
body, especially the skin, joints,
blood and kidneys.
“While pain does not discriminate, it seems access to appropriate treatment does,” says researcher Ivonne Fuller. “By
identifying factors that can limit
access to pain care, studies such
as this one help demonstrate the
need for improved education and
health care services for minorities
in pain.”
For more information, visit
www.partnersagainstpain.com.
Healthful Snacks The Whole Family Can Enjoy
(NAPSA)—It’s
never too early—or
too late—for parents
to set a good example
by establishing good
eating habits and
providing healthful
foods for children,
especially when it
comes to snacks. The
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidelines recommend up
to two cups of fruits a
day, reinforcing the
importance of health- Many families find the idea of snacking on fruit
ful eating for parents is one that can really grow on them.
and kids.
According to Grocery Head- busy kids, teens and adults.
“One regular four-ounce Dole
quarters, Americans eat an average of five times a day, with Fruit Bowl is a great way to help
snacks accounting for almost half consumers reach the USDA’s
of those occasions. Additionally, recommended servings of fruit
Parade lists the four most popular per day and is a healthier way to
snacks as chips, popcorn, cookies satisfy cravings and cut caloand ice cream. With childhood ries,” said Jennifer Grossman,
obesity a growing national con- Vice President, Dole Nutrition
cern, it’s more important than Institute.
With kids and parents conever for kids to eat more nutritious foods—and for their parents stantly on the go, Dole Fruit
to make sure healthful snacks are Bowls is an easy way to make
available in the household. How- sure the whole family eats right
ever, choosing healthier snacks whether on the road, in school or
does not have to mean compromis- at home. Other healthful snack
ing taste or convenience. Many alternatives include nuts and
healthy grab-and-go snack choices seeds (good sources of protein
and beneficial oils), multigrain
appeal to all ages and taste buds.
When a snack attack hits and crackers and yogurt. Whole fruit
kids crave something sweet, skip and vegetables—such as carrots
the candy bars and cookies and try and celery sticks—as well as nata fruit or fruit in gel cup instead. ural fruit juices, dried fruit and
Dole Fruit Bowls offer a wide vari- raisins also make for tasty and
ety of all-natural, refreshing fruits convenient snack choices.
Select items from among the
(like peaches and pears) and fruit
in gel combinations (like Man- groups listed in the USDA’s food
darins in Orange Gel) that are pyramids to ensure that your famlower in fat and calories than many ily eats snacks that are healthful
other snack foods. These fruit cups and more nutritious than vending
are packed in convenient, portable machine fare. No matter what the
containers that require no refriger- season, it’s always a good time for
ation before opening, making them parents and kids to start making
the perfect grab-and-go snacks for healthier snack choices.
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Paulding County Hospital’s chief financial officer
Rob Goshia, reviewed on-going efforts to upgrade PCH’s
computerized billing system
with the hospital trustees at
their recent board meeting.
“We are investigating options
to revise our bills,” said Goshia. “Our goal is to make the
bills as clear and as easy to
understand as possible.”
Goshia told the group
that the PCH-billing focus
group, which included several community residents,
had provided valuable input
on improving the format of
the hospital’s bills. “They offered several suggestions on
how to improve the format of
our bills. We’re confident we
can incorporate their suggestions,” Goshia added.
Goshia continued, whatever computer program is selected to generate the bills it
also will provide upgrades to
the payroll, medical records,
accounts payable, and materials management systems.
“In materials management,
we are moving toward barcoding. That would give us
the capability to take inventory on-line, at any time,” he
said. “The more efficient and
cost effective our business
processes are, the more opportunities we have to devote
our financial resources to providing the best in healthcare,”
Goshia added.
In his monthly financial
report, Goshia reported a net
loss for July of $27,228 and a
year to date profit of $165,856.
“The loss was primarily a result of lower than budgeted
revenue in outpatient surgery due to the delay in Dr.
Strawter’s coming on board,”
Goshia said.
The board approved upgrades to laboratory information systems. The new equipment will cost $11,354.
Hospital CEO Gary Adkins reported that Dr. William Strawter, PCH’s recently
employed general surgeon,
started his clinic on August
22. He is currently able to see
patients covered by Medicare,
Medicaid, Anthem, and Medical Mutual. “We are continuing work to get him enrolled
in additional insurance plans
so he can offer his skills to
an even larger portion of area
residents,” Adkins said.
Adkins added that Dr.
Strawter is preparing to offer a wound care clinic at the
hospital.
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
COMMUNITY EDUCATION
IMPORTANT HEALTH SCREENING FOR WOMEN
Are you busy caring for the needs of others, but never
take time for yourself?
Get information on important health screening that could
save your life!
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
7:00—8:00 pm
Community Room
at
208 N Columbus St
Hicksville, OH 43526
Affiliate of
I am writing in response to
a letter I read in your newspaper about the “ignorance”of
driving far away to shop. I
just could not let this go by
with out giving my thoughts.
Our fighting men and women
through the ages has fought to
keep us free,we have freedom
to make our own decisions
in life and yes believe it or
not,even the freedom to shop
where we want to shop. I wish
people in this world would
stop trying to run others lives
and just make decisions that
effect their lives. I support local stores in our community,
but I also like to leave town
and shop. If there is ignorance
in this,oh well. I guess thats
what you get when you have
freedom.
--Ron Burdine
Farnsworth Silk-Screening
Ron and Cheryl Farnsworth
111 East River Street
P.O. Box 853
Antwerp, OH 45813
(419) 258-2022
(419) 506-0347
[email protected]
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Fax 419-258-1313
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West Bend
Printing & Publishing Inc.
Publishers of the West Bend News free circulation newspaper
PAGE 4 – WEST BEND NEWS – SEPTEMBER 14, 2005
(Continued from Page 3)
Adkins’ report also included:
PCH is reviewing a contract to install an on-line
nursery on the hospital web
site as well as adding information about the new Financial Assistance Program and
a video tour of several areas
in the hospital.
The new Healthy Workplace Program continues to
progress with a plan for an
in-house health risk assessment submitted to the Program committee for review.
The assessment should be
completed by the end of October. Once the program is
operating successfully at the
hospital, it will be offered to
the other businesses in the
community.
Adkins attended a meeting
in August regarding the Bureau of Workers Compensation method of reimbursement
to hospitals. The Bureau’s
proposal is a cost-plus method of reimbursement. This
method is a financial positive
for the hospital because PCH
is a low cost provider.
PCH chief operating officer Randy Ruge shared the
architectural plans for the
installation of new general
x-ray and fluoroscopy equipment and the remodeling of
the treatment room with the
board. He also reported that
Dr. Strawter has already performed his first surgery at
PCH.
Board members also reviewed the:
Quarterly Quality Assurance Report;
Quarterly legal compliance audit; and
Most recent customer
survey by Press Ganey, Inc.
The survey showed a vast improvement in several areas of
customer services.
ANTWERP ELEMENTARY
PTO NEWS
By: Tianne Pendergrast
Antwerp Elementary PTO
Vice President
It is time for our PTO fund
raiser, Pizza Man, again this
year. Kickoff will be Thursday, September 15th and all
orders will need to be in by
Monday, September 26th.
Delivery of the the items will
be approximately three weeks
later and the money will be
due at that time for the items.
The money raised from
this fund raiser is used for the
many activities PTO provides
during the school year. PTO
only has one fund raiser a
year and this is it.
Pizza Man had been our
fund raiser for a number of
years and seems very well
received in Antwerp. We will
be selling many items such
as: pizzas, garlic bread with
or without cheese, cookie
dough, desserts, chocolate
and more.
If you were at the Open
House at school a few weeks
ago you may have tried some
of the goodies. Order your
favorites from your child or
from a neighbor child in the
Antwerp Elementary.
Our next PTO meeting
will be October 11th at 7:00
pm. Come and see what we
are doing for your child and
our school. It takes more than
a few people to make PTO
work. We still could use some
help on some of the event
committees, so let us know
if you would like to help with
one.
ONGOING BUSINESSES
and 2 spacious buildings
for sale by owner.
Shotz Nightclub and
Sunrise Café restaurant
located in downtown
Hicksville, OH.
Owner Retiring.
CALL 419-542-6312
for additional information.
14777 State Rt. 49
Antwerp, Ohio 45813
Phone:
419-258-1827
Owner: Tricia Lichty
SUNOCO-COUNTRY TIMES MARKET
Antwerp, Ohio - 49 South
Need Cook, Waitress, Cashier...
Here we grow again...come join us.
Background checks done.
No Phone Calls accepted
ATTENTION PARENTS: We need parents
of children who are in
sports to submit news
articles concerning their
sport.
CLASSIFIED ADS
Sell it in the classifieds!
Classifieds are $4.00 for 25 words or less
and $.10 for each additional word.
Bold is $1.00 additional.
Fax or e-mail your ad in or stop on by.
A T T E N T I O N
CHURCHES: We want
to put your articles in. Do
you have an event coming
up? Let everybody know
in the West Bend News.
fax: (419) 258-1313 • Email: [email protected]
I SELL AVON. I can
get what you need. Call for
orders or to request a catalog. Ask for Angel at 419258-1809.
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BUSINESS
CARDS
are manufactured by West
Bend Printing & Publishing. Stop on by at 101 N.
Main, Antwerp. 419-2582000.
FOR SALE Fisher Price
Ocean Wanders Aquarium
cradle swing. Six speeds,
eight songs and swings
front to back and side to
side. In excellent condition.
$60.00 call 419-258-2560.
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START YOUR Christmas shopping w/Avon or
earn extra money for the
holidays. For information
or an Avon book. Call Waldine at 419-258-2359 or
419-769-1018. www.youravon.com/wlawson
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FOR RENT: Mobile
home for rent, Antwerp.
2 bedroom, 1 bath $300/
month & deposit. No pets.
Call 419-542-8992. 2,3p
WOOD CRAFTSMAN
custom build most anything of wood. Wishing
wells, planters, decorative benches & seats, wall
shelves, wood puzzles for
kids. 419-258-2362. 2,3p
CHILDCARE on 11/1/05
I will be opening my heart
& home to care for your
children. Please call Kathy
at 419-258-4441.
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FURNITURE: 3 piece
sectional with recliner,
green/burgandy, $150 or
best offer. Antwerp. 419506-0619.
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PRIVATE DUTY Service, Inc a part of Paulding
Area Visiting Nurses has
opening for Home Health
Aides for days, evening
and night shifts. This case
is in the Wayne Trace area.
This is a part-time, possible full-time positions.
Training classes provided.
Must have reliable transportation. Call Mon-Fri 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or apply
at 250 Dooley Dr., Suite A,
Paulding. 419-399-4917 2-3
FRESH BLUE and
brown eggs. 5930 Rd 230
East of SR 49, 3 ½ miles.
419-542-6276. 3-4
HUGE
GARAGE
SALE:
Tools, fishing
equipment, welder, wood
band saw, clothes, craft
supplies, freezer, bicycles,
much more. Wednesday
14th – Friday 16th, 9-7. 5
miles east of Antwerp on
24 to county road 73, go
north ½ mile. Watch for
signs. pd
HUNTER DOUGLAS
– Pleated shades, vertical
blinds, etc. Measured and
installed. Call Judy McCalla, Hicksville. 419-5426182. tf
SM I T H - D OUGH T Y
GARAGE SALE: Saturday, September 17th 9-5.
401 S. Main St. Antwerp
(next to bank). Sleeper
sofa, storm windows, mini
blinds, adult clothes, misc.
pd
GARAGE SALE Tools
(Micrometers, Calipers,
etc.), Clothes, misc. Sept
16-18--Thurs. & Friday 95, Sat 9-12. 402 E. Canal
St, Antwerp
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FOR RENT: THIS SPACE
Remodeled weekly if you request. High-traffic area.
Convenient location. All maint. included.
Call 419-258-2000 for more info
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Printing & Publishing Inc.
419-258-2000
101 N. Main St.
Antwerp, OH 45813
Publishers of the West Bend News free circulation newspaper
WANTED
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Dog Grooming & Boarding
Your Junk cars,
vans, trucks, any
vehicles. Will pick
them up FREE.
Call
419-258-2560
For Details
2187 CR 144, Antwerp, OH 45813
419-258-1442
Tired of a shedding dog?
Ask about our shed release.
Pick up or delivery available on
select days.
Payne & Antwerp areas.
Now boarding and grooming
your pets in present building.
Where Customer Service is #1
Dan Fowler, Agent
LELAND SMITH INSURANCE
103 N. Main • Antwerp, OH 45813
Phone: 419-258-1363 • Toll Free: 877-258-1363
[email protected]
Gorrell Bros.
AUCTIONEERS & REAL ESTATE
1201 N. WILLIAMS • PAULDING, OH
419-399-4066
www.gorrellbros-paulding.com
PUBLIC AUCTION
SAT., SEPT. 24 - 10:00 A.M.
LOCATION: 16100 Rd. 8 Paulding, Oh – 6 mi. west of Defiance, OH on Rt. 24 to the Bend Rd.; then south 1 mile on
The Bend Rd. to T-8 (County Line) then east T-8 for ¼ mile. Or, 7 mi. north of Pualding, OH on C-115 (Emerald Rd.)
to T-8 (County Line); then east on T-8 2¼ mi. Watch for auction signs.
QUALITY TIRES AT
DOWN TO EARTH PRICES
HOUSEHOLD • ANTIQUES • COLLECTIBLES
TOOLS • LAWN & GARDEN
New Tires
Used Tires
Tire Repair
Lube, Oil, Filter
Brakes
Mastercraft
TIRES
MADE IN THE USA
for
Call ates!
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CHUCK’S TIRES
Antwerp, 24 West • 419-258-8895
When there are no production jobs left in the states,
who will purchase the foreign goods? Remember,
someone, somewhere will always do it cheaper.
Buy MADE IN THE USA!!
M-F 8:00-6:00, SAT 8:00-3:00
West Bend want ads
are a real bargain.
Ask anyone who has
placed a want and
you will see they get
results! To place an ad
stop in or call
419-258-2000
ANTIQUES AND HOUSEHOLD including Regent Blasius
& Sons Upright Piano & Bench • Silvertone Electric Organ
& Bench • Drop Leaf Table w/4 chairs • Cherry Drop Leaf
Table • Round Maple Kitchen Table w/4 chairs • Metal Bed
• Nice Lift Hospital Bed • Coffee & End Tables • Table &
Floor Lamps • Zenith Color TV • Side Chairs • Two 3 piece
Bedroom Suites • Bookcases • GE Refrigerator • Kenmore
• Microwave • Desk • Folding Chairs • Dressers • Older
& Newer Pictures & Wall Hangings • Stella 6 string Guitar • Gilbert Erector Set & Other Related Toys • Globe •
Slide View Master, Games, Puzzles, ETC. from the 50’s
& 60’s • Marx Electric Train Set • Games • Old Pictures
& Wall Hanging • Pitcher & Bowl • Gilbert Mantle Clock •
Tandem Clock • Wooden Trunk • Primitive and Old Tools
from the Barns • Old Scales • Many Knick Knacks • Paper
& Advertising • Old Slide View Master • Costume Jewelry
Milk Can • Old Bicycles • Encyclopedias & Other Books •
Bowls • Plates • Dishes • Glassware • Kitchen Utensils •
Spice Rack • Copper Tea Pot • Pots & Pans • Tableware •
Kitchen Items & Related • Metal Cabinet • Exercise Bike
FROM THE BARNS AND SHEDS INCLUDING Large
amount of small tools and related • Agri-Fab 38” Lawn
Sweeper • BainBridge Saw • Stihl Chain Saw - 028 AV
Super • Hand Tools • Extension Cords • Hand Saws • Nuts
• Bolts • Etc. • Drills • Drill bits • Grease Guns • Electric
Screw Driver • Wrenches • Screwdriver • Hand Saws •
Drills Etc., Etc., Etc. • Shovels • Rakes & Related Hand
Tools • Electrical Wire • 1 ton Chain Hoist • Variety of Parts
& related • Grinding Stone • Wet Dry Vac • Wooden Ladder
• 2 Axle Trailer • Contents of 2 Story House • Garage &
Barns - VERY PARTIAL LISTING- STILL SORTING.
TERMS: Cash or good check on the day of auction with proper ID; J&B Lunch
OWNERS: Robert, William, James & Gary Hurtig (Heirs of Irma Hurtig)
GORRELL BROS. AUCTIONEERS & REAL ESTATE
1201 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH (419) 399-4066
Nolan Shisler • Joseph Barker • Sandra Mickelson
Aaron Timm • Larry Gorrell • Don Gorrell Apprentice

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