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Nick Clippinger

Paulding High School


Born: November 25, 1994
Parent: Penny Clippinger
Grandparents: Larry & Cindy Grace, Bob & Ruth Riley
Audrey Marie Greear
Wayne Trace High School
Born: June 19, 1995
Parents: Rick and Donna Greear
Grandparents: Don and Rita Collis,
Kenny and Sandy Cluts, Gary Greear
Courtney Danielle Seffernick
Wayne Trace High School
Born: May 14, 1995
Parents: Jeanne Seffernick, Mark & Tina Seffernick
Grandparents: John & Sue Guyton,
Steve & Linda Seffernick
Jacob Luderman
Paulding High School
Born: July 11, 1995
Parents: Randy & Michelle Luderman
Grandparents: Ed & Reba Luderman,
Dan & Wanda Schlosser
Mikayla R. Pieper
Paulding High School
Born: January 12, 1995
Parents: Jeff & Anne Pieper
Grandparents: Donna & the late Oscar Pieper,
George & the late Helen Kelly
Courtney St. John
Paulding High School
Born: September 15, 1994
Parents: Scott & Carmen St. John
Grandparents: Russell & Betty St. John and
Mike & Mary Nieto
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Sarah Marie Nardone
Paulding High School
Born: December 1, 1994
Parents: Shannon & Alyssa Nardone
Grandparents: Gary & Carol Sufridge,
Dave & Sharon Dominique
Savannah Roughton
Paulding High School
Born: September 23, 1994
Parent: Eric & Shelly Roughton
Grandparents: Carolyn Roughton, Fran & Roger
Florence, Rollin Roughton & Tom Kieffer both deceased
Avrial (Bug) Sawyer
Antwerp High School
Born: July 9, 1995
Parent: Nancy Sawyer
Grandparents: Charles & Judith Sawyer
Austin Drake Miller
Paulding High School
Born: June 23, 1995
Parents: Michael J. and Tara Miller
Grandparents: Diane Rinebolt, Sandy and Sonny Holman,
David Rinebolt, Terry and Judy Miller
Ashley Ellen Marie Guelde
Paulding High School/Vantage
Born: January 10, 1995
Parents: Les Guelde - Cindy Youngker
Grandparents: Herm & Jean Guelde, Connie Pritchett
Chelsea Critchfield
Wayne Trace High School
Born: October 20, 1994
Parents: Robin & Tom McCord, Rick & Angie Critchfield
Grandparents: Linda & the late Lanny Critchfield, Robert
& Paula Hartsock, Cynthia & Robert McComb
Marcella Doan
Wayne Trace High School
Born: September 2, 1994
Parents: Paul & Lanette Doan
Jackson Adkins
Paulding High School
Born: January 14, 1995
Parents: Gary & Annette Adkins
Grandparents: Margaret & the late Gerald Williamson &
Wayne & Beulah Adkins
Breanna Bland
Flowery Brach, Georgia
Born: November 23, 1994
Parents: Rob & Suzanne Bland
Grandparents: Robert E. Bland & Shirley McCreery
Destiny Starry
Paulding High School
Born: February 25, 1994
Parents: John & Angie Head
Grandparents: Penny & Joy Kidd, the late Doug Roddy,
Lois Head & the late Ralph Head
Nick Bragg
Antwerp High School
Born: July 15, 1994
Parents: Doug and Lisa Bragg
Grandparents: Cliff & Linda Bragg,
Michael & Carolyn Nelms
Krystal Wannemacher
Wayne Trace High School
Born: April 1, 1995
Parents:Tom & LouAnn Wannemacher
Grandparents:Richard & Janis Nickols,
Richard & the late Mildred Wannemacher
Braeden William Hormann
Antwerp High School
Born: November 15, 1994
Parents: Jason & Kelly Hormann
Grandparents: Larry & Liz Hormann,
Oley McMichael & Elaine Stopher
Kaitlin Marie Lantow
Wayne Trace High School
Born: June 26, 1995
Parents: Chad & Kris Lantow
Grandparents: the late Bill & Charlotte Russell, the late
Tom Lantow, the late Arnold & the late Marth Begley
Kelly Nicole Colley
Paulding High School
Born: December 6, 1993
Parents: John Colley & the late Wava Colley
Grandparents: MaryLou Colley & late Jack Colley,
Paul Hill & the late Margie Hill
Nick McClain
Wayne Trace High School
Parents: Mike and JJ McClain
Grandparents: the late Slim and Nadina McClain and
Chuck and Diane Dobbins
Jorddan Stantton Childs
Wayne Trace High School/Vantage
Born: June 11, 1995
Parents: Bill & Julie Childs
Grandparents: Judy & Steve Reznikov, Myles & Carol
Parsons, the late William (Shorty) & Pearl (Pete) Childs
Kara Marie Burak
Paulding High School
Born: January 22, 1995
Parents: Andrea Klopfenstein, Joshua Burak
Grandparents: late Norma & Albert Rutecki, William Burak,
Shirley Burak, Keith & Joanne Klopfenstein
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Paulding Progress Baby to Grad - 3B
Steven Strayer
Paulding High School
Born: August 10, 1994
Parents: Mat and Suzy Strayer
Grandparents: Don and Kay Heringhaus,
the late Don and Wilma Strayer
Eryn Watson
Vantage Career Center
Born: August 9, 1995
Parents: Denise & Den Arend, Tony & Diana Watson
Grandparents: Don & Linda Teusch, Russ & Mary Arend,
Ben & Linda Watson
Nickolas Earl McClain
Wayne Trace High School
Born: December 20, 1994
Parents: Tim & Lisa Dunlap
Grandparents: Joyce and the late Richard (Dick) Barrand
Cade M. Harvey
Wayne Trace High School
Born: March 29, 1995
Parents: Dan & Kari Hake & Matt & Tisha Harvey
Grandparents: Jack & Dab Payton, the late Carolyn
Swann & Bob Swann, Kathy Payton, Bob & Rita Hake
Sydney LeeAnn Early
Paulding High School
Born: June 16, 1994
Parent: the late Cheryl Early (Roughton) & Bobby Early
Grandparents: the late Pearl & Bill Early, the late Rollin,
Carolyn Roughton
Zachary Allen Eugene Mansfield
Wayne Trace High School
Born: January 17, 1995
Parents: Kim Mansfiled & Stan Mansfield
Grandparents: Opalean Sherry, the late Richard Sherry,
Bruce & Marla Mansfield, Sharon & Angel Flores
Alexander L. Thatcher
Talles Career Center
Born: June 1, 1994
Parents: Sharon & Carl Reynolds, Darin Thatcher dec.
Grandparents: Carline Goodwin, David Springfiled, dec,
Don & Donna Thatcher, Trin & Caralyn Rios, A.G. & Jean Reynolds
Emily Kathleen Whitman
Wayne Trace High School
Born: September 16, 1994
Parents: Bruce and Kara Whitman
Grandparents:Larry & Shaaron Whitman,
Ron & the late Marilyn Etzler
Rylee Noelle Zartman
Wayne Traqce High School
Born: November 7, 1994
Parents: Andrew and Jennifer Zartman
Grandparents: Rick and Nancy Mabis, Terry and Margie Zartman,
Kenneth Siders
10 ways freshmen can prepare for college
1035 West Wayne St. ~ Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-4080 ~ 800-741-1743
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Class of 2013
Congratulations on your graduation.
Family Health Day at Paulding County Hospital
June 8, 2013- 7:30am - 11:00am
Watch the paper for more information., or visit our website @www.pauldingcountyhospital.com
Congratulations
Class of
2013
The OSU Extension Office and the
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like to Congratulate the 2013 Graduates!
Adam Nuest
Elizabeth Young
Emma Schmidt
Jacob Roop
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increase my loans, which helped take
care of tuition. Financial Aid offices
can also help direct you toward possi-
ble grants and scholarships that you
may be eligible for. Bug them as
much as you have to if you need extra
help.
3. Apply for all the Scholarships
you can. I made the mistake of not
doing this. I saw that FAFSA said I
was going to get financial aid to cover
my college costs, therefore I said no to
scholarship applications and did noth-
ing, which only put me into debt (you
have to love those student loans).
Don't ignore the chance to get free
money; it could save you thousands in
the future. You can also find scholar-
ship opportunities online.
Fastweb.com is a popular place to
search.
4. If you plan to live on campus,
reserve a room early! I can't tell you
how many times I've heard college
students stay they waited until the last
minute to send in room deposit
money, only to be stuck with a person
they cannot stand, the worst room in
the building and so on. Fill out an
application early, and send it in, espe-
cially if you are considering rooming
together with a friend. This will defi-
nitely ensure your chances of getting
the roommate you want.
5. Work some type of summer job.
College can get expensive, even if all
of your tuition costs are covered. You
have books to buy, supplies to buy,
not to mention food and other items
you'll want. No one wants to stay in
while the others go out for dinner
together. Even if you baby sit, write
for Associated Content, or do random
odd jobs, work! You will thank me for
this advice later.
6. Open a checking account. No
one wants to carry around a few hun-
dred dollars in cash while on campus.
Theft, regardless of what campus
security says, or what you hear, is a
very common occurrence. A check-
ing's account with a check card will
really come in handy. That will allow
you to withdraw money from ATM
machines, pay for purchases at most
stores, and will be a lot harder for peo-
ple to use if stolen. Checks will also
come in handy if you need to pur-
chase books, or other items which will
give you a bit of extra time to deposit
money into your account if you need
it. It will also be easier for parents to
help give you cash if you need it.
7. Start Shopping for School
Supplies early. This goes for every-
thing that you'll be buying for college,
from a fridge, to microwaves, to other
large appliances. I've noticed that
right around the time schools are a
few weeks away from starting, things
start flying off the shelves, and some
students return to school empty hand-
ed. To see what you can and can't
have in your dorm room, check your
school's website, or refer to your resi-
dent hall information book. Either of
these should state completely what
you can and cannot have in your
room. I suggest you follow it careful-
ly. If you are having a hard time
affording these purchases, sometimes,
relatives will be more than happy to
help you out. Most graduating high
school students will receive cash
around graduation time. Put these to
good use. Don't waste it.
8. Buy your books online (through
a friend, etc) to save yourself loads of
trouble. Books cost a lot. College stu-
dents will tell you these are the worst
things that you have to buy. There are
some pretty basic rules to buying
cheaper books. First, buy used.
Second, buy them early online.
Several sites will sell used and new
college textbooks for cheaper than
school bookstores. And third, buy
them from someone else. I've dealt
with students whom had the same
class before me that was looking to
sell their textbooks. They sold the
books to me for the price the book-
store would have given them at buy-
back time. I saved almost 50% buy
dealing with students instead of book-
stores. Ask around, you will almost
always find someone looking to get
rid of books.
9. Contact your roommate once
you know who they are. By doing
this, you can save yourself a few
problems. First, you'll find out a lot
about your roommate through some-
thing such as a simple phone call.
Some schools are now using email
address and IM names for roommate
contact information. Talking to your
roommate now will help you deter-
mine your likes and dislikes and your
habits. Some people are night owls;
others are up at the crack of dawn. To
avoid certain conflicts, fill out your
roommate application honestly. Lying
will only hurt you, as you are the one
that has to live with a roommate you
cannot stand. However, conflicts can
sometimes be solved with simple
room changes. Some colleges imple-
ment a friendly move day, where stu-
dents can exchange rooms for other
rooms where they are more comfort-
able. If you cannot make it work,
switch rooms.
10. Visit the campus and surround-
ing town before move in day. Not
knowing how to get to school and not
YAHOO - Every year, thousands
of students and parents begin to pre-
pare for college. It seems there are no
set rules for this preparation. Every
family decides to prepare is different
ways, and sometimes, those ways
either help or hinder the family in
their transition from high school stu-
dent to college student. Regardless of
how many people tell you it's not a
struggle, it is, it's one of the most
stressful times in a family's life.
During this struggle, many families
make mistakes; mostly because they
don't have the help needed to know
what tasks should be completed to
smoothly enter this new world.
Guidance counselors offer only little
help, usually only in the way of finan-
cial aid, and sometimes, even finding
adequate help in that department can
be like pulling teeth.
1. Apply for Financial Aid Early!
All colleges require you to fill out a
financial aid application by the name
of FAFSA. This application will
determine how much aid you are able
to get for one school year. Each year a
new application can be filled out start-
ing on January 1st. It's a rather lengthy
application and requires a pin number.
This pin number is how you will elec-
tronically sign the application. Keep
the pin in a safe place. If you are a
dependent student, or the parent of a
dependent student, you will need to
have a pin number for both parties.
The FAFSA requires tax information
on how much the student earned the
last tax year, and how much the parent
earned last tax year. The application
also includes several other questions
on various topics. This will help deter-
mine your eligibility for loans, grants,
work study and other federal aid. You
should file this before March 1st.
Keep your pin number in a safe place
because this number will be used each
year you fill out a financial aid appli-
cation, which means, every year that
you are in college. If you lose your
pin, you can recieve another by filling
out a new pin request form on the
FAFSA website.
2. Communicate with your schools
Financial Aid Office for Conflicts. I
have found that schools try and give
out the least amount of financial aid
possible. My first year, my FAFSA
application said I didn't have to pay a
single dime; several weeks later, I
received a letter from my school say-
ing I owed over $2,000, and that was
$2,000 I did not have. I had to work
double time to try and find ways to
pay off this amount of money that I
knew I could not. Eventually, after
calling the school, I was able to
knowing where your dorm is can
cause a lot of stress on move in day.
Pick a weekend and visit the campus
and town. Many schools offer campus
tours at many times during the year.
Schedule a day to visit and spend the
day visiting shops, restaurants and
other locations that may come up dur-
ing your college year. This way, you'll
at least have an idea as to where you
are going, and you'll know where to
go when you get there. This will help
you move in successfully and less
stressfully.
If I had thought about most of the
above tips before my first year of col-
lege, I know my transition would
have been smoother and I would have
been more prepared for college life. I
know that my anxiety levels about
starting anew would have been less if
only I had followed the above tips. I
hope I have helped relieve your anxi-
ety about starting your freshman year
of college.
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ANTWERP
HIGH SCHOOL
129th Annual
Commencement
Class of 2013
2 p.m. Sunday, May 19
Main Gym
Number Graduating: 50
Class Motto: Remember yesterday, dream for
tomorrow, live for today.
Class Flower: Peruvian White Lily
Class Colors: Royal Blue and White
Class Song: Good Times Last by Atticus Sorrell
Speakers: Kacy Brumett, Katlyn Bissell,
Justin Bute, Cameron Huss, Shawn Dooley
Awards Day: May 8
Class Officers: President Shawn Dooley, vice
president Cameron Huss, secretary
Katlyn Bissell, treasurer Morgan Williamson
Student Council: Justin Bute, Kacy Brumett,
Alyson Crawford, Megan Smith
Superintendent: Patricia Ross
Principal: Michael Bute
Senior Class Adviser: Cortney Bird
ANTWERP HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA WITH HONORS RECIPIENTS Include, front
row from left Ryan Girardot, Justin Bute, Jess Wilson, Shawn Dooley; back row
Cameron Huss, Morgan Williamson.
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P.O. Box 1 Busby Building, 120 South Main, Antwerp,
OH 45813
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260-424-7077
Best Wishes!
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Danielle Daugherty Shawn Dooley Damian Fisher Alexandria Francis Noah Ganger Ryan Girardot Chelsea Grimes Colton Hamman Dakota Hart
Braeden Hormman Brette Horst Connor Howell Cameron Huss Chay Jackson Alexis Jones Taylor Jones Colin Krick
Ashley Marenberg Darrien Reeb Edward Reinhart Lydia Schneider Colby Schaefer Avrial Sawyer Justina Sanders Kyle Ryan Ricky Richards Isaac Reinhart
Megan Smith Atticus Sorrell Robert Wales Lydia Yenser Morgan Williamson Victor Williams Jess Wilson
Kalya Agness David Altic Katlyn Bissell Chase Black Nicholas Bragg Octaven Bruce Kacy Brumett Justin Bute Andrew Coleman
Alyson Crawford
Dylan Litzenberg Ryan Hatlevig
Seth Armstrong
ANTWERP HIGH SCHOOL AWARD OF MERIT RECIPIENTS Include,
front row from left Ryan Girardot, Justin Bute, Kacy Brumett, Shawn
Dooley; back row David Altic, Cameron Huss, Morgan Williamson.
ANTWERP
Katherine Steel Tara Richhart John Banet
4B - Paulding Progress Salute to Grads Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Most Memorable
Experience of High School:
Senior prom
MORGAN
WILLIAMSON
GPA: 3.863
Town: Antwerp
Parents: Mark & Christy
Williamson
Academic
Activities/Groups: National
Honor Society
Academic Awards: Honors
diploma
Sports Activities:
Volleyball, four years
Sports Awards: District 7
Scholar Athlete, 2012
Other Group/Club
Activities: Yearbook staff
Favorite class or teacher
and why: Mrs. Sorrell is my
favorite teacher for English
and yearbook, because she
keeps class upbeat and fun.
Extracurricular Activities:
Northwest Ohio Volleyball
Club (2010-12)
College: University of Toledo
Major: Psychology
Career Plans: Achieve my
Ph.D. and become a childrens
clinical psychologist
Employment: The Root Beer
Stand
Volunteer work: Meals on
Wheels, blood drive, volley-
ball Mini-Archers, tutoring
Most Memorable
Experience of High School:
Serving Northwestern
Ohio with Natural Gas
Phone Mon.-Fri.
1-800-331-7396
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Investment Advisor Representative
115 North Main Street
Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-5568
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127 MaraMart
Congratulations!
Bryan 419.636.1053 Antwerp 419.258.5151
Vicki Sefton
Branch Manager
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Best Wishes to the Class of 2013
Marilyns Petals & Vines
110 S. Main St.
Antwerp, OH
419-258-4005
Den Herder Funeral Home Inc.
1000 West Wayne Street, P.O. Box 27
Paulding, OH 45879 419-399-2866
Best Wishes to All Area Graduates!
Thomas G. Parrett,
AAI, LUTCF - Agent
Parrrett Insurance Agency
Nationwide Insurance and
Financial Services
119 N. Main St., Paulding, OH 45879
Tel 419-399-2816 Tel 800-686-2406
Congratulations Graduates of 2013!
Lydia Schneider
ANTWERP NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Seniors include Lydia Schneider, Shawn Dooley,
Kacy Brumett, Jess Wilson, Morgan Williamson.
ANTWERP SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS
Include, from left president Shawn Dooley, student council members Alyson
Crawford, Justin Bute, Kacy Brumett and Megan Smith, secretary Katlyn Bissell; back
row vice president Cameron Huss, treasurer Morgan Williamson.
Four lead Antwerp High School Class of 2013
Antwerp will not name its
valedictorian and salutatori-
an until May 17, after sen-
iors take their final exams.
The following are currently
the top four seniors:
SHAWN DOOLEY
GPA: 3.981
Town: Antwerp
Parents: Shawn & Michelle
Dooley
Academic
Activities/Groups: National
Honor Society, Quiz Bowl,
Student Technology Services,
class president
Academic Awards:
Presidents Education Award;
honors in Geometry, Algebra,
History, English I & III,
Chemistry I & II; Student
Technology Services
Other Group/Club
Activities: Technical work for
school musicals (lights and
sound), International Club
Favorite class or teacher
and why: Student
Technology Services for the
opportunity to work with peo-
ple and technology as I will in
my career.
Extracurricular Activities:
Christmas For Kids and local
holiday decorating
College: Ohio Northern
University
Major: Computer science
Career Plans: Find employ-
ment with a company after
college co-op
Employment: Summer
employment with Student
Technology Services at
school
Most Memorable
Experience of High School:
My most memorable experi-
ences in high school come
from hanging out with
friends in STS, Quiz Bowl,
at school dances, prom setup,
and the senior trip to
Chicago.
JESS WILSON
GPA: 3.875
Town: Antwerp
Parents: Tony & Kathy
Wilson
Academic
Activities/Groups: National
Honor Society, Quiz Bowl
Academic Awards:
Diploma with honors
Sports Activities: Golf three
years
Sports Awards: Most
Valuable Golfer, 10th in
Antwerp Invitational
Favorite class or teacher
and why: Mr. Harold
Kemerer
College: IPFW
Major: Engineering and
graduate with MBA
Career Plans: Move south
and be a civil engineer
designing buildings
Employment: Folkcraft
Instruments
My most memorable experi-
ence was having Atticus
Sorrell sing his prom invita-
tion to me during lunch in
front of the whole high
school. I said yes!
LYDIA SCHNEIDER
GPA: 3.839
Town: Antwerp
Parents: Mike & Kimberly
Schneider
Academic
Activities/Groups: National
Honor Society
Academic Awards: Honor
roll all four years
Other Group/Club
Activities: Show choir, King
and I, Lagooned,
Oklahoma, Art Club, Model
U.N., choir
Favorite class or teacher and
why: Art. I love the ability to be
creative. It doesnt hurt that I
plan to go into art in college.
Extracurricular Activities:
Sunday school teacher, worked
in craft fairs, Joseph and the
Technicolor Dream Coat
College: Kent State
Major: Crafts, concentration in
metal and jewelry
Career Plans: I hope to work
for a theatre in costumes
Employment: Entrepreneur
run Precious Jewels by
Lydia
Volunteer work: VBS volun-
teer, helper on Meals on
Wheels
Best Wishes!
Katherine Steel
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Paulding Progress Salute to Grads - 5B
Joshua Boes Emily Breininger James Brown Chaz Bullinger Kara Burak Amanda Carlisle Austin Carlisle Aaron Carpenter Elizabeth Chandler
Nicholas Clippinger Kelly Colley Scott Donnell Logan Doster Sydney Early Abbey Edwards Kasi Edwards Patrick Elkins
Daric Fraley Kyle Godwin Ashley Guelde Dalton Johnson Evan Huebner Olivia Hoisington David Highwarden Tyler Hayner Jordan Harris Mackenzie Hanenkratt
Ashley Justinger Austin Kincaid Bryanna Kurtz
Samantha Martinez
Jacob Luderman Breyanna Longdo Deven Leidigh Dylan Lawson Jessica Lane Delaneira Laguna
Kaytie Mason
Kayla Laney
Austin Miller Matthew Meriwether Sarah Myers Sarah Nardone Matthew Newman Brooks Overholt Samantha Owens Catlyn Pavel
Marlee Pease Mikayla Pieper Macey Provines Summer Pumphrey Kaitlyn Radel Cory Rager Sabrina Ringler Neil Roehrig
Alexis Rue Wyatt Sawyer Breana Schmidt Jacey Schroeder Aaron Scott Trey Schroeder Damian Shellenbarger
Courtney St. John Joseph Smith Elaine Smith Alyssa Smith
Amanda Silva Zachary Sherry
Destiny Starry Steven Strayer Julia Stuck
Maggie Wilhelm Eryn Watson Kayla Warnimont Patrick Troyer Cody Thompson
Dalton Thomas Emily Thielbar
Zane Wilhelm
Vince Reinhart
Elizabeth Young Allan Zimmer Keenan Young
6B - Paulding Progress Salute to Grads Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Victoria Acevedo Jackson Adkins Martina Alvarado Ashley Antoine Tyler Ash Jordan Bair Zacharie Ball Josiah Barnwell Michael Bauer
Faith Bland
Lance Foor Kaleb Clemens
Kaleb Plotts
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Congratulations 2013 Graduates!
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Paulding, OH 45879
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MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING
Congratulations, graduates.
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PAUL DI NG
Congratulations 2013 Graduates!
Dustin Thomas
Logan Adkins
Savannah Roughton
Kayla Simon
Congratulations Courtney! Were Very Proud of You!
CELEBRATING 43 YEARS OF SERVICE
HARVEST
FARM MANAGEMENT, INC.
Managing Agricultural Real Estate
For Inheritors, Investors, Trusts and Corporations
Land Management Land Brokerage Land Consultation
11475 Rd. 144, Paulding, Ohio 45879-8722
(419) 399-2456
Were not just bankers,
Were Neighbors
305 S. Main St., Antwerp 419-258-5351
119 N. Main St., Payne 419-263-2705
18214 SR Thirty-Seven, Harlan, IN 260-657-1000
Member
FDIC
Brookside
Drive Thrus & Valero Gas Station
Paulding 419-399-2220
BIRDSTONE, INC. Paulding 419-399-2419
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Paulding Progress Salute to Grads - 7B
Paulding High Schools
top graduates of 2013
SAVANNAH ROUGHTON
GPA: 4.08
Town: Paulding
Parents: Eric &
Shelly Roughton
Academic
Activities/Groups:
Science Olympiad,
Quiz Bowl,
Engineering Team,
National Honor
Society
Academic Awards: Valedictorian
Other Group/Club Activities: Drama
Department, FCCLA
Favorite class or teacher and why: Mrs.
Julie McCullough because she is fun and
pushes me to be my best.
Extracurricular Activities: YFC, Bible
study, church youth group, piano lessons
College: Bluffton University
Major: Premedicine, chemistry
Career Plans: Become a D.O.
Employment: Double D Dairy Bar, Melrose
Volunteer work: NHS and Oakwood Library
Association
Most Memorable Experience of High
School: Science Olympiad competitions and
trips to Columbus.
ZANE WILHELM
GPA: 4.056
Town: Paulding
Parents: Randy &
Vicki Wilhelm
Academic
Activities/Groups:
Science Olympiad,
Quiz Bowl,
Engineering Team,
National Honor
Society
Academic Awards: Highest Honors
Other Group/Club Activities: Student coun-
cil
Favorite class or teacher and why: My
favorite class teacher is Miss Williams. She
helped me learn to be a better student by push-
ing me harder than any other.
College: The University of Toledo Honor
College
Major: Chemical engineering
Career Plans: Facility operations
Employment: Paulding Exempted Village
Schools (technology), Dairy Queen
Volunteer Work: Caring and Sharing Food
Pantry
PAULDING
HIGH SCHOOL
125th Annual
Commencement
Class of 2013
2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 26
PHS Gym
Number Graduating: 100
Class Motto: The choices we make
about the lives we live determine the
kinds of legacies we leave. Tavis Smiley
Class Colors: Purple & Golden Yellow
Class Flower: Yellow Gerber Daisy
Class Song: Whenever You Remember
by Carrie Underwood
Speakers: Savannah Roughton,
Zane Wilhelm
Awards Day: May 14
Baccalaureate: May 8
Class Officers: President Steven Strayer,
vice presidents Marlee Pease and
Maggie Wilhelm, secretary Alexis Rue,
social chairman Kara Burak
Student Council: Olivia Hoisington,
Mikayla Pieper, Zane Wilhelm
Superintendent: John Basinger
Principal: Todd Harmon
Senior Class Advisers: Sam Hatcher
and Jill Hatcher
Serving Northwestern
Ohio with Natural Gas
Phone Mon.-Fri.
1-800-331-7396
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816 East Perry Street
Paulding, Ohio 45879
419-399-3741
A member of the
KennFeld Group
800-668-1308
Krause Great Plains
Brillion Frontier Walker
Yetter Kill Bros
Unverferth J&M
Phoenix Remlinger























Chris Johnson
Investment Advisor Representative
115 North Main Street
Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-5568
Congratulations 2013 Graduates!
Securities, insurance, and investment advisory services offered through
FSC Securities Corporation, member FINRA/SIPC
Good Luck To All Area Graduates!
BENSCHNEIDER AUTO
8602 Rd. 51, Payne, OH
Phone: 419-263-CARS (2277)
Arend, Laukhuf & Stoller, Inc.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
www.als-cpa.net
Providing tax, accounting, payroll and
advisory services to enable success
Paulding, Ohio Van Wert, Ohio
Dairy Queen
1101 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH 45879
Congratulations Class of 2013
C & Y OIL COMPANY, INC.
Paulding MaraMart
Payne MaraMart
127 MaraMart
Congratulations!
Congratulations
Cooper Farms
22348 Rd. 140
Oakwood, OH
419-594-3325
2013 Graduates
Cecil Grain & Feed Inc.
Cecil, OH
419-399-3017
Good Luck to All
Paulding County Graduates!
PAULDING HIGH SCHOOL HONOR GRADUATES Are, front row from left Savannah
Roughton, MacKenzie Hanenkratt, Courtney St. John, Macey Provines, Marlee Pease, Alexis Rue,
Kayla Warnimont; second row Catlyn Pavel, Abbey Edwards, Sarah Nardone, Maggie Wilhelm,
Mikayla Pieper; back row Dalton Thomas, Zane Wilhelm,
Steven Strayer, Patrick Troyer. Absent from photo: Kara Burak,
Austin Miller, Jacey Schroeder.
Congratulations!
PAULDING NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Seniors include, from left Patrick Troyer, Steven Strayer, Alexis Rue,
Maggie Wilhelm, Kara Burak, Mikayla Pieper, Courtney St. John, Savannah Roughton, Zane Wilhelm, Catlyn Pavel.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Paulding Progress Salute to Grads - 8B
DEFIANCE
COLLEGE
Congratulations area
seniors on your
graduation!
Take the future and
make it your own.
WWW.DEFIANCE.EDU
Furniture &
Appliance
Don & Perrys
Paulding
419-399-4535
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Den Herder Funeral Home Inc.
1000 West Wayne Street, P.O. Box 27
Paulding, OH 45879 419-399-2866
Best Wishes to All Area Graduates!
Thomas G. Parrett,
AAI, LUTCF - Agent
Parrrett Insurance Agency
Nationwide Insurance and
Financial Services
119 N. Main St., Paulding, OH 45879
Tel 419-399-2816 Tel 800-686-2406
Congratulations Graduates of 2013!
STRALEY REAL ESTATE, INC.
100 East Jackson St., Paulding
419-399-4444
Realtors: Carolyn Straley,
Matt Straley, Rudy Straley
PAULDING HIGH SCHOOLS VANTAGE SENIORS Include, front row from left Kayla Warnimont, Tori Acevedo, Allan Zimmer, Kyle Godwin, Scott Donnell, Aaron
Carpenter, Dustin Thomas, Vince Reinhart, Eryn Watson; second row MacKenzie Hanenkratt, Wyatt Sawyer, Kaleb Plotts, Joe Smith, Austin Kincaid, Daric Fraley, Patrick
Elkins, Ashley Guelde; back row Amanda Carlisle, Faith Bland, Kasi Edwards, Ashley Antoine, Josiah Barnwell, Zachary Sherry, Dylan Lawson, Kayla Laney.
PAULDING ADVANCED PLACEMENT HISTORY TRIP TO PAULDING COURTHOUSE Steven Strayer, Judge Tiffany Beckman,
Sam Hatcher, Tanya Rickenberg, Zane Wilhelm, Austin Miller.
Bryan 419.636.1053 Antwerp 419.258.5151
Vicki Sefton
Branch Manager
vsefton@genfed.com
www.genfed.com
Rebecca Bennett Mackenzie Campbell Taylor Campbell Jorddan Childs Kyle Clark Lyndsay Combs Chelsea Critchfieid Michael Davis Marcella Doan Eric Durre
Karena Egnor Jared Eklund Michala Elliott Mackenzie Fleagle Haleigh Garner Taylor Grant Audrey Greear Graden Gudakunst Jonathan Harper Cade Harvey
Zachary Hermiller Alicia Hicks Tiffany Hittle Nathan Holtsberry Marisa Jones Ryan Kortokrax Derek Langmeyer Kaitlin Lantow Jacob Long Eric Maassel
Zachary Mansfield Nickolas Mcclain Joseph Mcvay Caleb Mead Gary Mielke Andrew Moore Zachary Moore Karla Mosier Jared Moyer Brian Myers
Sarah Nickols Rachel Phelan Zachary Proctor Ashley Raudabaugh Rebecca Reed Jacob Roop Adrean Ross Tyler Ruiz Briana Schaffer Andrea Scharf
Emma Schmidt Courtney Seffernick Dalton Sinn Natalie Sinn Tanya Sinn Denise Smith Samantha Spangler Mitchell Speiser Andre' Spinner Anthony Stetler
SawyerTemple
Rylee Zartman
Zachary Tumbleson Michelle Walter Krystal
Wannemacher
Kyfee Wenninger Staci Wenninger Timothy West Emily Whitman Kaleigh Young Dale Young
Thomas G. Parrett,
AAI, LUTCF - Agent
Parrrett Insurance Agency
Nationwide Insurance and
Financial Services
119 N. Main St., Paulding, OH 45879
Tel 419-399-2816 Tel 800-686-2406
Congratulations Graduates of 2013!
Den Herder Funeral Home Inc.
1000 West Wayne Street, P.O. Box 27
Paulding, OH 45879 419-399-2866
Best Wishes to All Area Graduates!
Maranatha Industries
207 E. Oak Street, Payne, Ohio
419-263-2013
Good Luck 2013 Graduates!
Bryan 419.636.1053 Antwerp 419.258.5151
Vicki Sefton
Branch Manager
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Arend, Laukhuf & Stoller, Inc.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
www.als-cpa.net
Providing tax, accounting, payroll and
advisory services to enable success
Paulding, Ohio Van Wert, Ohio
Ross Service Station
GROVER HILL, OH
419-587-3828
Best of Luck 2013 Graduates!
Serving Northwestern
Ohio with Natural Gas
Phone Mon.-Fri.
1-800-331-7396
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HARVEST
FARM MANAGEMENT, INC.
Managing Agricultural Real Estate
For Inheritors, Investors, Trusts and Corporations
Land Management Land Brokerage Land Consultation
11475 Rd. 144, Paulding, Ohio 45879-8722
(419) 399-2456
PLEASANT VALLEY
GOLF COURSE
Payne
419-263-2037
Best Wishes to the Class of 2013!
816 East Perry Street
Paulding, Ohio 45879
419-399-3741
A member of the
KennFeld Group
800-668-1308
Krause Great Plains
Brillion Frontier Walker
Yetter Kill Bros
Unverferth J&M
Phoenix Remlinger
Dairy Queen
1101 N. Williams St., Paulding, OH 45879
Congratulations Class of 2013























Chris Johnson
Investment Advisor Representative
115 North Main Street
Paulding, OH 45879
419-399-5568
Congratulations 2013 Graduates!
Securities, insurance, and investment advisory services offered through
FSC Securities Corporation, member FINRA/SIPC
Congratulations
Cooper Farms
22348 Rd. 140
Oakwood, OH
419-594-3325
2013 Graduates
Brookside
Drive Thrus & Valero Gas Station
Paulding 419-399-2220
BIRDSTONE, INC. Paulding 419-399-2419
THE CORNER MARKET 399-3035
Congratulations from
Shawn & Michelle Dooley at
Dooley Funeral Home of Payne
419-263-0000
WAYNE TRACE
2013
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Paulding Progress Salute to Grads - 9B
WAYNE
TRACE
HIGH SCHOOL
40th Annual
Commencement
Class of 2013
2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 19
WTHS Gym
Number Graduating: 71
Class Motto: Reflect on the Past, Live
in the Present, Work Toward the Future.
Class Colors: Aqua and Silver
Class Flower: Orchid
Speakers: Andrew Moore, valedictorian;
Kaleigh Young, class president; Graden
Gudakunst, student council president
Awards Day: May 9
Class Officers: President Kaleigh Young,
student counci member
Graden Gudakunst
Superintendent: Stephen Arnold
Principal: Kevin Wilson
Senior Class Adviser: Dave Alt
ANDREW MOORE
GPA: 4.0
Town: Grover Hill
Parents: Jamie & Cristal
Moore
Academic
Activities/Groups: National
Honor Society
Academic Awards:
Valedictorian, First Honors,
various departmental awards
Sports Activities: Golf
Other Group/Club
Activities: Student Council,
band
Extracurricular Activities:
Grover Hill Food Bank,
Youth For Christ basketball
College: Wright State
University, Celina
Major: Mechanical engineer-
ing
WAYNE TRACE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA WITH HONORS GRADUATES Are, from
left Kaleigh Young, Grady Gudakunst, Jonathan Harper, Andrew Moore.
WAYNE TRACE SCHOLASTIC BOWL Members are, front from left Eric Maassel, Emily Mohr,
Taryn Homier, Hunter Martin; second row Yifan Cheng, Alec Kuhn, Isaiah Ross, Emma Schmidt,
Blair Baumle, Arlen Stoller; third row Jonathan Harper, Andrew Moore, Zakk Moore, Nathan
Holtsberry; back adviser Zach Miller.
Maranatha Industries
207 E. Oak Street, Payne, Ohio
419-263-2013
Good Luck 2013 Graduates!
Were not just bankers,
Were Neighbors
305 S. Main St., Antwerp 419-258-5351
119 N. Main St., Payne 419-263-2705
18214 SR Thirty-Seven, Harlan, IN 260-657-1000
Member
FDIC
Furniture &
Appliance
Don & Perrys
Paulding
419-399-4535
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Floyd A. Ramsier ~ Attorney At Law
P.O. Box 1 Busby Building, 120 South Main, Antwerp,
OH 45813
419-258-2191
Indiana Office: 3505 Lake Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46805
260-424-7077
Best Wishes!
Good Luck To All Area Graduates!
BENSCHNEIDER AUTO
8602 Rd. 51, Payne, OH
Phone: 419-263-CARS (2277)
C & Y OIL COMPANY, INC.
Paulding MaraMart
Payne MaraMart
127 MaraMart
Congratulations!
Wayne Trace
H.S. names
valedictorian
WAYNE TRACE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Include,
from left Kaleigh Young, Grady Gudakunst, Natalie Sinn; back row Lyndsay Combs, Tanya
Sinn, Staci Wenninger, Nathan Holtsberry, Jonathan Harper, Chelsea Critchfield. Absent from
photo: Andrew Moore and Brian Myers.
WAYNE TRACE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Seniors
are, front row from left Emma Schmidt, Sarah Nickols, Emily
Whitman; second row Staci Wenninger, Natalie Sinn, Kaleigh Young;
back row Jonathan Harper, Grady Gudakunst. Absent from photo:
Andrew Moore.
EXCHANGE STUDENT
Wayne Trace High
Schools exchange stu-
dent for 2012-13 was Yifan
Cheng from China. His
host family was Rick and
Donna Greear.
10B - Paulding Progress Salute to Grads Wednesday, May 15, 2013