Betty Lou Dean, 82

Betty Lou Dean was born to Clarence H. and Eva Lois (Tousley) Huber on March 2, 1932 at the home of her grandparents, Roy and Carrie Tousley. She grew up in Columbus Grove, Ohio and graduated from Columbus Grove High School in 1950.

Betty Lou Dean was born to Clarence H. and Eva Lois (Tousley) Huber on March 2, 1932 at the home of her grandparents, Roy and Carrie Tousley. She grew up in Columbus Grove, Ohio and graduated from Columbus Grove High School in 1950.

Betty Lou met the love of her life, James Dean, at Indian Lake in the summer of 1951. They were married on December 31st, 1951 at the Little Chapel in Angola, Indiana and shared almost 63 years of happiness.

During her life, Betty Lou worked as a secretary and dental assistant, but most of all, enjoyed traveling with Jim to school and Gleaner activities, serving as a Gleaner chaplain and witnessing to others about her love for the Lord. She was a member of the New Life Fellowship Church.

She is survived by her husband, James D. Dean, children, Jaimye (David) Bushey and Jeffrey (Jill) Dean. Grandchildren include Amanda (Dan) Jacobs, Jason (Diana) Bushey, Parker Bushey, Joshua (Leigh) Dean, Jenalee and Jordan Dean, and great-grandchildren, Paige, Jameson and Cassadie Jacobs and Lily and Allie Bushey.

Visitation will be from 5:00-8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at SMITH-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, North Baltimore, where funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 13, 2014. Pastors Bob Neuhard and Dutch VanderVlucht will officiate and burial will follow in New Maplewood Cemetery, North Baltimore.

Memorials can be made payable to The International Rett Syndrome Foundation, P.O. Box 706143, Cincinnati, Ohio 45270-6143.

Online condolences may be made via www.coldrencrates.com.

Four BVC teams still in football playoffs

Four teams from the Blanchard Valley Conference continue on in the OHSAA Football Playoffs. Here are the schedules for this weekend’s games. We also have TICKET INFORMATION for the Van Buren game.

Four teams from the Blanchard Valley Conference continue on in the OHSAA Football Playoffs. Here are the schedules for this weekend’s games. We also have TICKET INFORMATION for the Van Buren game.

Division V – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15

Home team listed first

Region 16

1 Huron (10-1) vs. 4 Coldwater (10-1) at Tiffin National Field at Frost‐Kalnow Stadium

2 Findlay Liberty-Benton (11-0) vs. 3 Marion Pleasant (11-0) at Dial-Roberson Stadium at Ohio Northern University, Ada

Division VI – Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14

Home Team listed first

Region 20

1 Defiance Tinora (11-0) vs. 5 Spencerville (9-2) at Lima Spartan Stadium

7 Van Buren (9-2) vs. 3 Bucyrus Wynford (10-1) at Tiffin National Field at Frost‐Kalnow Stadium

Division VII – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Home Team listed first

Region 24 – Double-header

1 Arlington (10-1) vs. 4 McComb (8-3) at Findlay Donnell Stadium at 7 p.m.

2 Tiffin Calvert (9-2) vs. 3 Columbus Grove (7-4) at Findlay Donnell Stadium at 1:30 p.m.

VAN BUREN Ticket Info:

Tickets will be available for pre-sale at the following times in the HS Cafeteria:

Tuesday              4-6pm

Wednesday         11am-1:15pm  &  4-8pm

Thursday            11am-1:15pm  &  4-6pm

Friday                 11am-1:15pm

Tickets are $8 for pre-sale and $9 at the gate. A portion of ticket sales will go back to Van Buren ONLY for pre-sale tickets.

THANK YOU NB, FOR A GREAT 2014 HALLOWEEN PARADE

The North Baltimore Chamber of Commerce would like to take this opportunity to thank those who helped make the 2014 Annual Halloween Parade a success. It takes everyone to work together to make an event like this happen and it starts long before the day of the event.

The North Baltimore Chamber of Commerce would like to take this opportunity to thank those who helped make the 2014 Annual Halloween Parade a success. It takes everyone to work together to make an event like this happen and it starts long before the day of the event.

Thank you to the following people (hopefully we did not miss anyone) American Legion Color Guard, Mary Hinkelman, Adam Flores, Rachelle Lincoln, and Eric Lincoln and Chrissy Ohms for performing judging duties for both the costumes and floats, DJ Dale Hinkelman for the fantastic pre-parade music show, parade announcing, and of course the post-parade “street party” music, Leslee Thompson and Nikki Bowen for help with the Prince and Princess items, Dennis Miller and Christopher Snyder for parade line-up, Bill Cameron, Sandy Stewart, Brenda Stimmel, Dan Stimmel, Jaimye Bushey, and Sara Williams. Also, Thank you to Great Scot for donating candy for McDonalds to pass out to kids, and Birch Run Golf Club for use of golf carts.

Thank you to Jeff Snook of Snooks Dream Cars in Bowling Green, for the the use of his 1959 Ford Fairlane Retractable to drive the Grand Marshal in the parade. Thanks to Doug Wickard for helping us at the theater for the free movie, A big Thank You to Chief Francisco and The NB EMS/Fire Dept for their annual donuts and cider for the community following the parade, Chief Baer and the NB Police for all their work before, during and after the parade. Thanks to THENBXpress.com and The North Baltimore News for promotion and publicity. Also thank you to Roxie Emahiser for keeping the gazebo decorated for our festivities.

And of course, thank you to all the participants in the parade and also those who took the time to make floats and costumes for our contests-without your participation, we wouldn’t have a parade!

If we missed anyone it was not intentional. It takes many people to have a wonderful parade!

With a community of volunteers and helpers like we have in this community, the North Baltimore Chamber of Commerce will continue to sponsor an amazing Halloween Parade each year..

THANK YOU!!

Halloween Parade Committee – North Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce

Special Guest Speaker-Ginny Gadd at Praise Chapel

We will be having a guest Minister this Sunday! Rev. Ginny Gadd, from Trinity Full Gospel in Zanesville, Ohio, will be preaching on “There’s Power in the Name of Jesus!” Ginny and her husband Tom have been a great inspiration to Theresa and our family for many years. We are looking forward to a great message, worship, and fellowship with some awesome friends and church family!

Sunday Sermon Title:

“There’s Power in the Name of Jesus” by Rev. Ginny Gadd

Note from the Pastor:

We will be having a guest Minister this Sunday! Rev. Ginny Gadd, from Trinity Full Gospel in Zanesville, Ohio, will be preaching on “There’s Power in the Name of Jesus!” Ginny and her husband Tom have been a great inspiration to Theresa and our family for many years. We are looking forward to a great message, worship, and fellowship with some awesome friends and church family!

Don’t forget to come to Sunday school! Stephen Cram is doing a wonderful job teaching the Word of God! He has been sick and dealing with cancer. The doctor’s are amazed that he is still working and teaching! Steve and his wife Gloria are a blessing! God is using them mightily! God is good all the time! Come to Sunday school and see what God is doing! Steve and Gloria believe in the power of His name!

If you do not have a home church, or do not attend a church, we would love to invite you to our church family. We are having church growth, awesome services and fellowship! Praise God! Please come and be part of what God is doing at Praise Chapel and in the community of North Baltimore. Theresa and I are looking forward to serving you and your family. Families are special to God. He wants to restore and bless the families of this area. There is still “Power in the Name of Jesus!” Come and be blessed!

Pastor Jon & Theresa Rhinehart

Praise Chapel PCG

P.O. Box 254

500 W. Broadway St.

(419) 408-HOPE (4673) Prayer & Info Line

jrhinehart67@gmail.com

http://pastorjonrhinehart.blogspot.com/

Service Times:

9:30 am Sunday School

(Adult & Children classes)

10:30 am Sunday Service “Special Guest Speaker-Ginny Gadd

(Adult & Children services)

God Bless,

Pastor Jon

Committee Leaders Comment on President’s Support for Regulating the Internet as a Utility

Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton (R-MI), Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR), and Vice Chairman Bob Latta (R-OH) offered the following statement on today’s announcement by President Obama supporting regulation of the Internet as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act:

“We are extremely troubled and disappointed by the president’s urging the FCC to regulate the Internet as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act. Today’s announcement is just the latest in a long line of decisions that reveal this administration simply doesn’t know how to grow the economy.”

Upton, Walden, Latta: President’s pursuit of a “centrally controlled Internet policy… a mistake”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton (R-MI), Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR), and Vice Chairman Bob Latta (R-OH) offered the following statement on today’s announcement by President Obama supporting regulation of the Internet as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act:

“We are extremely troubled and disappointed by the president’s urging the FCC to regulate the Internet as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act. Today’s announcement is just the latest in a long line of decisions that reveal this administration simply doesn’t know how to grow the economy.”

“The Internet was born here in the United States. It flourished because the federal government had the foresight to get out of the way and let the innovative U.S. economy foster its growth. Sadly, it appears the president is abandoning the successful hands-off policy of his Republican and Democratic predecessors in favor of centrally controlled Internet policy. This is a mistake.

“One of the few places where investment and innovation have thrived, even in a struggling economy, is the Internet. American companies continue to invest billions of dollars to expand and improve broadband Internet access and online services. Reclassification under Title II threatens our thriving Internet economy and the American jobs it creates. The Internet isn’t a utility, so we shouldn’t treat it as one.”