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Furniture – Crafts - Lots of Candles Primitive Items

Find the hidden DIAPER in this week’s County Shopper and enter to win a $50 Gift Card to Janie’s Closet. Email us at shopper@timesgazette.com or call (937) 393-3456 on Monday, June 11th from 8 am to 5 pm to enter. Please leave your name, phone number and email address. 203 North High St., Hillsboro OH 45133

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SHOPPER Serving Highland County Since 1978

Volume 34, Number 44

SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 2012

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INSERTS: (in most zones) • Bainbridge IGA • Rite Aid • Pamida • Lowe’s • Community Market • Martin’s Super Valu • Menards

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• Kroger • Sears • Big Sandy

TOURING PHILLY

‘DOWN ON THE FARM’ By ANGELA SHEPHERD OCM News Service

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estled between country roads, pasture fields, and crop land is the Sims Family Golf Center, just outside Greenfield on Hull Road. The center opened in 1998, the fruit of the labor of Mike and Sharon Sims, the Sims children, and Daryle Unger. “We wanted it here for our community,” says Sims of the location just outside of town and on the family's farm. The center is a place where one can comfortably pass an afternoon without even picking up a golf club if one so desired. The vantage point from the porch swing is that of farmland, the distant hills in their varying hues of purples and grays, and all of the farm bits and pieces scattered

Steve Boehme’s column, Page 4A

INDEX Comics ........................................Page 14 Dear Abby .....................................Page 4 Classifieds ...........................Pages 12-13 Hall of Fame ..........................Pages 8-11

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Kailey Wilson is the latest winner of the "find the shopping bag" contest. She won a $50 gift basket from Beech Street on Main. Look for the hidden DIAPER in this week’s Shopper. Last week’s diaper was found on page 12. Don’t forget to donate diapers to the Dry Bottoms-R-Us Diaper Drive from now until Father’s Day!

See SIMS I Page 4 Sharon Sims is shown at Sims Family Golf Center in Greenfield.

g n i t THE DEALS ARE Hea Up *Payments based on 60 months @ 5.5% APR. 2003 & Older 48 Months at 6.5%. Customer responsible for $1,000 cash down or trade equity plus all doc. regristration & title fees and applicable tax. Approved credit required.

Tim Newman Stuart Cox

Browse Our Used Inventory 24/7 at www.bestbuymotorsoh.com 2004 CHEVY IMPALA LS

HOURS: Mon-Friday 9:00-6:00 Saturday 9:00-2:00

2005 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT

2004 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT

2004 FORD RANGER XLT

4X4, AUTO

LOW MILES, 4X4, AUTO

AUTO, A/C, CD

month

$8,995 $149/

month

$9,995 $169/

2004 CADILLAC CTS

2004 FORD F-150 FX4

$5,995 $95/ month 2004 FORD E-350 CARGO VAN

LEATHER, TOW PKG

MEMORY SEATS, SUNROOF LOADED

$14,495 $259/ month

$11,495 $199/ month

2003 FORD FOCUS SE WAGON

2003 FORD RANGER EDGE

2003 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER EXT LT

2002 AUDI TT QUATRO

AUTO, PW, PL

4X4

4X4, 3RD ROW SEATS

AWD, LEATHER

APPEARANCE PKG, LEATHER SUNROOF

$7,495 $125/

$5,995 $119/

month

month

$6,995 $139/

2002 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

2000 CHEVY BLAZER LT

4X4, V6, PW, PL

4X4, PW, PL

$6,495 $129/

month

2008 FORD F-350 UTILITY, 4X4, DIESEL, AUTO

$24,995 $459/

month

2006 CHEVY COBALT MANUAL GAS SAVER

$5,495 $85/ month 2005 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY PW, PL, POWER SLIDING DOORS

$7,995 $135/ month

$5,495 $109/

$8,495 $179/

month

month

2009 PONTIAC G6 CHROME WHEELS, SUNROOF

$13,995 $249/ month

month

V8, EXTENDED

$8,995 $149/ month

$10,995 $239/ month 2008 CHEVY IMPALA LS PW, PL, CRUISE

$10,495 $179/ month

2007 FORD F-250 XLT

2007 CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS

2007 FORD FOCUS SES

4X4. DIESEL, LEATHER

SHARP CUSTOM WHEELS, LEATHER

AUTO, PW, PL, HEATED SEATS

$13,995 $249/ month

$9,495 $159/ month

2006 CHEVY UPLANDER

2006 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY

2005 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER EXT

DVD, PW, PL, CRUISE

PW, PL, CRUISE

3RD ROW, PW, PL, 4X4

$15,995 $289/ month

$6,995 $115/

$6,995 $115/

month

month

$8,995 $149/ month

2005 CHEVY MALIBU

2005 CHEVY IMPALA

2005 NISSAN SENTRA

PW, PL, CRUISE, A/C

PW, PL, CRUISE, A/C

AUTO, PW, PL, A/C

$5,995 $95/

TIM NEWMAN’S

month

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month

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BEST BUY Motors

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NEW

BIG REBATES

2012 DODGE AVENGER SXT

PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, 18”

$3,000 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.* (PUT A $1,000 CASH DOWN AND CHRYSLER WILL MATCH IT ON V6 MODELS)

2012 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING PREMIUM CLOTH SEATS, V6, 18” ALLOY WHEELS, LOADED!

$3,000 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

2012 JEEP COMPASS SPORT

2012 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT

2012 JEEP COMPASS SPORT

2012 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT

4X4 ALLOY WHEELS, NICLEY LOADED! Up to 30 MPG!

4X4 V6, AUTO, AIR, 3-PIECE HARD TOP, ANTI-SPIN AND MORE! 1 YEAR SIRIUS RADIO FREE!

4X4 ALLOY WHEELS, NICELY LOADED! Up to 30 MPG

4X4 V6, ALLOY WHEELS NICELY LOADED!

$1,000 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

0% A.P.R. AVAILABLE

2012 DODGE JOURNEY SXT ALL WHEEL DRIVE, V6, ALLOY WHEELS NICELY LOADED!

$2,500 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

2012 DODGE RAM 2500 REG. CAB $2,500 REBATE ON V8 – $3,500 REBATE ON DIESEL PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

$1,000 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.* (PUT $500 CASH DOWN AND CHRYSLER WILL MATCH IT)

2012 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT

2012 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, CD PLAYER, V6, LEATHER, SIRIUS RADIO! STOW & GO SEATING!

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, CD PLAYER, AUTO, V6, LEATHER, SIRIUS RADIO! STOW & GO SEATING, REAR DVD!

$1,750 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

$1,750 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

2012 RAM 2500 ST CREW RAILER BRAKE CONTROL, 4X4, ANTI-SPIN, 4X4, CUMMINGS DIESEL, 17” CHROME WHEELS

2012 DODGE RAM 1500 REG. CAB $2,500 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

$3,000 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

2012 RAM 1500 ST CREW CAB TRAILER TOW, TRAILER BREAK, ANTI-SPIN, 20” CROME WHEELS, 4X4

$2,500 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

2012 DODGE CALIBER SXT POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, CD PLAYER, ALLOY WHEELS!

$1,000 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

$2,500 REBATE PLUS 2.99% A.P.R.*

USED

2007 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA

2008 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB

2011 DODGE CHARGER RALLYE

2005 CHRYSLER 300C

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, V6, AUTO, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, 4X4, SIRIUS RADIO, 6 DISC, MP3 AUX CD PLAYER

4X4, V8, HEMI, 1-OWNER, ALLOY WHEELS-LIKE NEW!

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, ALLOY WHEELS, V6 AUTO.

4X4! NICE UNIT, VERY CLEAN!

ONLY 30,900 MILES

24K MILES! LIKE BRAND NEW!

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, AUTO, TILT, CRUISE, SUNROOF, LEATHER, AIR, CHROME WHEELS, DRIVING LIGHTS

2012 RAM 1500 QUAD CAB SLT

2005 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB VIPER TRUCK

2004 FORD F250 4X4 CREW CAB DIESEL, AUTO, LEATHER, LOADED, LIKE NEW

VERY RARE-ONLY 400 BLACK ONES MADE-500 H.P.

ASKING $16,995

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, 4.7L-V8, AUTO, TILT 4X4, CRUISE, AIR, SEATS 6 PEOPLE, CD SIRIUS RADIO, ALLOY WHEELS. ONLY 14K MILES! NICE

TRUCK! FACTORY WARRANTY

HEMI! LOADED UP! ONLY 57K MILES!

ONLY 34,000 MILES-LIKE NEW!

2002 FORD F150 REG CAB POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, TRAILER HITCH, CHROME FENDER TRIM, SIDE STEPS, ALLOY WHEELS,

LOCAL TRADE! ONLY 75,000 MILES!

1995 DODGE RAM 3500 CLUB CAB V-10

2004 FORD F150 SUPER CAB

2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT

2004 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

AUTO, TILT, CRUISE, TRAILER HITCH, FIBERGLASS TOP, TOYO TIRES, POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS! BOB MALCOM DROVE THIS TRUCK FOR MORE THAN 10 YEARS!

LIKE NEW, GREAT SHAPE, V8, ALLOY WHEELS RUNNING BOARDS, CAMPER TOP

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, ALLOY WHEELS, V6, AUTO, SUNROOF 65K MILES!

LIKE NEW!

LOW MILES! ASKING $11,995

LOCAL TRADE, ONE OWNER

V8

WELL TAKEN CARE OF...NOT ANOTHER ONE LIKE IT!

2010 DODGE AVENGER SXT

2009 PONTIAC G6 V6

2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO

LIKE NEW, ONLY 32,000 MILES, STILL HAS FACTORY WARRANTY ALLOY WHEELS, REAR SPOILER, SHARP!

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, ALLOY WHEELS, V6 AUTO!

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, TILT, CRUISE, AIR ALLOY WHEELS, V6 AUTO, SUNROOF!

POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, V6, AUTO, TILT, CRUISE, AIR, GOODYEAR TIRES

NO MONEY DOWN $275 MO.*

40K MILES! LIKE BRAND NEW!

36K MILES! LIKE BRAND NEW!

ONLY 52K MILES! NICE JEEP!

BOB MALCOM CHRYSLER • DODGE • JEEP

www.bobmalcom.com 33 Dodge City Drive, Peebles, OH

587-2621 800-956-6727

*With Approved Credit. Without Tax, Title and Fee.

LEFTOVER SPECIAL 2011 CHRYSLER 200 LIMITED MSRP 27,105- DISCOUNT 4,336

SALE PRICE $22,679** THIS ONE HAS IT ALL!

2291082

2008 FORD FUSION SE


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AMERICA DRIVES TOYOTA... A LONG WAY DOWN THE ROAD.

SPECIAL LEASE OFFERS

34 COROLLA LE 35 CAMRY SE 27 RAV4 4X4 Lease a new 2012

Lease a new 2012

MPG HWY 1

4-door sedan model #1838

4-door sedan model #2546

MPG HWY 1

MPG HWY 1

Lease a new 2012

4-door SUV model #4432

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$

per month

$

2

27 VENZA LE

$

3

•36 month lease •$2499 due at lease signing

•36 month lease •$2899 due at lease signing Lease a new 2012

MPG HWY 1

per month

FWD 4-cyl 6-speed crossover model #2810

$

5

25 HIGHLANDER 25 SIENNA LE Lease a new 2012

4-door 4x2 SUV model #6942

MPG HWY 1

Lease a new 2012

MPG HWY 1

$

per month

8-passenger minivan model #5338

$

7

•36 month lease •$2799 due at lease signing *Venza due at signing includes $500 TFS Bonus/Subvention Cash. 6 -OR•36 month lease •$2499 due at lease signing*

4

•36 month lease •$1999 due at lease signing

269 279 319 per month

per month

per month

8

•36 month lease •$3499 due at lease signing

L I M I TE D TE R M A P R F I N A N C I N G

9

DI FF ERENT T OY OT A MOD ELS!

ON GOOD ON ANY NEW 2012

COROLLA • RAV4 • SIENNA • VENZA AVALON • HIGHLANDER GAS • TUNDRA

PLUS $500 TFS BONUS/SUBVENTION CASH ON VENZA AND $1000 TFS BONUS/SUBVENTION CASH ON TUNDRA** -OR-

BIG CASH BACK!

**Bonus/Subvention Cash thru Toyota Financial Services only.

Highlander Gas $1000 Sienna $1000 Corolla $750 Tacoma $500

$1000 ASK ABOUT OUR

10

ANY NEW 2012

Tundra CrewMax $2500 Tundra Reg & Dbl Cabs $2250 RAV4 $1000 Avalon $1000

6

MILITARY AND COLLEGE GRAD REBATE PROGRAMS!

GUSWEILER TOYOTA 11

THAT’S OVER & ABOVE ALL OTHER INCENTIVES!

SEE YOUR LOCAL TOYOTA DEALER TODAY!

333 Court St. • Washington Court House • 1-800-450-3863 • GusweilerToyota.com

1. Corolla with automatic transmission, Camry 4-cyl., RAV4 4-cyl. 4WD, Venza 4-cyl. FWD, Highlander 4-cyl., Highlander 4-cyl., and Sienna V6 FWD. Actual mileage will vary. 2. New 2012 Corolla LE Model 1838. Lease end purchase option $10,746.* 3. New 2012 Camry SE Model 2546. Lease end purchase option $14,130.* 4. New 2012 RAV4 4x4 Model 4432. Lease end purchase option $15,827.* 5. New 2012 Venza LE Model 2810. Lease end purchase option $15,084.* 6. Toyota Financial Services $500 Bonus/Subvention cash only available on new 2012 Venza and $1,000 Bonus/Subvention cash only available on new 2012 Tundra. May be combined with Toyota Financial Services special reduced APR and Lease offers,

but cannot be combined with Toyota customer cash: ($2,500 on new 2012 Tundra CrewMax & $2,250 on new 2012 Tundra Regular & Double Cabs). Must take retail delivery from new 2012 dealer stock between 6/5/12 and 7/9/12. 7. New 2012 Highlander 4x2 Model 6942. Lease end purchase option $17,226.* 8. New 2012 Sienna LE. Lease end purchase option $16,929.* 9. Subject to approved credit through Toyota Financial Services. See dealer for terms and conditions. 10. Customer cash directly from Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Dealer participation may affect consumer cost. 11. Covers normal factory scheduled service. Plan is 2 years or 25K miles, whichever comes first. The new Toyota vehicle cannot be part of a rental or commercial fleet, or a livery or taxi vehicle. See plan for complete coverage details. See participating Toyota dealer for details. Valid only in the continental United States and Alaska. * NO SECURITY DEPOSIT subject to approved credit through Toyota Financial Services – Tier I PLUS customers ONLY. Excludes state and local taxes, tags, regis-

tration and title, and insurance. Ohio sales tax due at lease inception. License and applicable fees are extra. Lessee may be charged for excessive wear based on Toyota Financial Services standards for normal use and for mileage in excess of 36,000 miles at the rate of $0.15 per mile. A $350 Disposition Fee is due at lease termination. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10:

Must take retail delivery from new 2012 dealer stock between 6/5/12 and 7/9/12. APR, Customer Cash & Lease offers may not be combined. See participating dealer for complete

details. Individual dealer prices may vary. Offers may vary by region. VEHICLE IMAGES USED FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY. Expiration for this ad is 7/9/12. 2291225

For over 30 Toyota offers

buyatoyota.com


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SOCIAL

ENJOY PHILADELPHIA HISTORY, GARDENS, AND DELICIOUS FOOD GoodSeed Farm is hosting two terrific tours to Philadelphia this fall: the Philadelphia Garden Tour and the Philadelphia Food & History Tour. We’re inviting Ohio gardeners to join us for either of these wonderful getaways; if you love excellent food, beautiful gardens, and American history you need to act quickly to reserve seats on one of these trips. Between September 13 and 16th we’ll be touring three of the country’s most beautiful gardens. Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania has an elegant five-acre conservatory surrounded by elegant gardens, water features and DuPont family history. The worldfamous Winterthur Museum and Gardens, a few miles away in Wilmington, Delaware, features a 275room mansion filled with furniture from all over the world, the Campbell Soup Tureen collection, and a thousand acres of gardens and grounds. Nearby on historic Route 1 is another treasure, the Brandywine River Museum with its collection of Wyeth family paintings and other contemporary art. The house and studio of “Treasure Island” illustrator N.C. Wyeth, right around the corner, is also on

our tour. These gardens are the centerpiece of a four-day trip to Philadelphia, along with wonderful meals at Longwood’s 1906 Dining Room and the historic Dilworthtown Inn. This trip will depart from GoodSeed Farm on Thursday, September 13th, and return Sunday, September 16th. Would you like to come along? E-mail us for details, or call Croswell tours and ask about tour #G30644. Our second tour, October 10th through 13th, will feature historic Philadelphia landmarks and our favorite foodie destinations in the City of Brotherly Love. Tour the National Constitution Center, see the multimedia show “America Rising”, visit the Liberty Bell, the Philadelphia Bourse, Carpenter’s Hall, Independence Hall, Eastern State Penitentiary, and other historic sites. Philadelphia is a beautiful city. We’ll see historic beautiful Fairmount Park, Old City, Jeweler’s Row and the Tiffany mosaic at the Curtis Center. For food lovers, we’ll have meal stops at Reading Terminal Market with over one hundred food stalls and eateries, Termini’s Bakery in South Philly, and the historic Italian Market on

YOU CAN JOIN GOODSEED FARM FOR TWO TRIPS TO PHILADELPHIA GARDENS, HISTORIC SITES AND FOOD DESTINATIONS, INCLUDING THE “FAIRY COTTAGE” IN THE ENCHANTED WOODS AT WINTERTHUR MUSEUM AND GARDENS IN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. Croswell tours and ask about tour #G30608. These are travel adventures we’re really looking forward to! Become our traveling companions for these and more wonderful Philadelphia tours we have planned for future years. For complete details and tour itineraries, check out the “Bus Tours” page at www.goodseedfarm.com. ——— Steve Boehme is the owner of GoodSeed Farm Nursery & Landscape, located on Old State Route 32 three miles west of Peebles. More information is available online at www.goodseedfarm.com or call (937) 587-7021.

9th Street. Dine with us at historic City Tavern (est. 1773) on Headhouse Square in Old City, and at Dante & Luigi’s Corona Di Ferro, rated the #1 Italian restaurant in Philadelphia by Philadelphia Magazine. GoodSeed Farm’s Philadelphia Food & History tour departs from GoodSeed Farm on Wednesday, October 10th, returning Saturday, October 13th. Email us for details, or call

THIS CHURCH rests on .33 acres is still in use and includes all furnishings, rests on a full basement, has a partial kitchen and is available for only 28,900 Call Herschel today! YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL! this large 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home rests on a full basement, large kitchen, huge family room with a spectacular view, 3 fireplaces, italian tile, attached garage, storage building, rear deck and more for only 149,900 Call Carol today. PRICE REDUCED! $10,000 off this HUGE 3 bedroom, 4 bath home surrounded by 6+ acres, a full basement, 2 car garage, fireplace, large open floor plan, built in appliances, large closets, covered front porch, rear patio - this home is loaded! Priced at 259,900 now only 249,900 Call Richard today! OWNER WANTS TO SELL!!! Four lots, small home, County water and lots of room to grow for only 59,900 Call Carol today. GREAT INVESTMENT! 5 apartments and 1 commercial building corner location - high traffic count - county water - fully rented $1,700 month income - priced at 139,900 Call Sandy today. LARGE 3 BEDROOM HOME ON CORNER LOT, huge garage, 3 lots, large rear deck - this home is in mint condition Immediate Possession - priced at 66,500 Call Richard today. COME AND SEE this lovely cottage, close to the river for summer fun - Rests on a double lot, nice workshop and storage area all for only 64,900 Call Rob today! TWO STORY HOME, 4 bedroom resting on a full basement, double lot, covered front porch, rear deck and more! 58,000 Call Sandy today. THIS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOME rests on a fenced corner lot, 2 car attached garage, and basement. This home is in Move-In Condition - Come and see for yourself! Priced at 139,500 Call Rob today. 13 ACRES surrounds this 4 bedroom home with a full basement, 2 car garage - Beautiful Scenery - this home needs a little love - Come on over and fall in love. Priced at 96,900 Call Richard for more details. LAND CONTRACT available on this large home resting on 1.25 acres, full basement detached garage, county water for only 59,900 Call Richard for more details. 5BEAUTIFUL ACRES Come here and escape... little traffic, little noise, and lots of wildlife all for only 25,900 Call Bob today. TWO STORY HOME This 2 story 4 bedroom home rests on a large corner lot, nearly new detached 2 car garage, and close to the Ohio River for only 29,900 Call Richard. Upcoming Auctions Friday Night Auction - June 15th 6pm 1650 SR 136 Winchester Howard Personal Property Auction - June 16th 10am 13352 Cynthiana Rd. Hillsboro, OH Friday Night Auction - June 22nd 6pm 1650 SR 136 Winchester Gerwe Real Estate and Personal Property Auction - June 23rd 10am 2149 Bethel Hygiene Rd. Bethel, OH

Angela Smith (937) 927-0125

RICHARD SHRIVER’S

Bob Kelley (937) 764-0301

Sandy Kearns (937) 365-1734

Carol Stafford (937) 365-1327

Clark Castle Lawrence J. Ray Mustard Todd Ireland Perry (937) (937) (937) (937) 725-2083 795-2178 623-5858 927-5285

“GOLD” REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY 2187 SR 136 Sugar Tree Ridge, Ohi o 45697

Bill Tharp Dennis Case II Herschel Z. Hook (937) (740) (937) 393-4605 707-6806 403-5195

Dave Inman Robert Castle (937) (937) 795-2178 403-1616

Richard Shriver BROKER, CAGA CERTIFIED APPRAISER, AUCTIONEER Over 25 Years Exp. Licensed in Ohio and KY

Auctioneers: Angela M. Smith, Carol Ann Stafford, James Dennewitz, Dennis Case. Apprentice Auctioneers: Rick Schwalbauch, Carol Ann Purvis, Lawrence J. Perry.

List with Shriver’s “GOLD” It means “SOLD”

(937) 927-0125 Office • (937) 927-0130 Fax Disclaimer and Absence of Warranties - All the information contained in this document was obtained from sources believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. All acreages, measurements and other figures described in this are approximate and not warranted.

SUNDAY, JUNE 10 Alcoholics Anonymous, 9 a.m., Sunshine Group, Chairman's Choice, Southern State Community College, Room 203 and 204, 100 Hobart Dr., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Greenfield Freedom Group, open discussion, First Presbyterian Church, 457 Jefferson St., Greenfield. Al-Anon, 8 p.m., Presbyterian Church, 457 Jefferson St., Greenfield, church basement. MONDAY, JUNE 11 Highland County T.E.A. Party, 7 p.m., Highland County Training and Employment Center, 1575

Monday - Friday 9 to 7; Saturday 9-6; Sun. Noon to 5 740-335-5939 Locally Owned and Operated

For more information or to set up an appointment please call Highland County Community Action at 937-393-3458 Federal Poverty Guidelines 200%

2285686

North High Street, Hillsboro. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 5:30 p.m., St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 234 North High St., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 6:30 p.m., HOYPAA Group, open discussion, FRS Inc., 313 Counseling Chillicothe Ave. (U.S. 50 East), Hillsboro (use door 4). Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., TWMIG Group, open lead, First Baptist Church, 125 N. Washington St., Greenfield. Dodson Township Trustees Meeting, 6 p.m., Lynchburg Area Fire Community Room. Lynchburg Lions Club, 7 p.m.

Located across from the Fairgrounds

This year’s program can provide, for eligible households, up to $250 of assistance on an electric bill or a room air conditioner unit. To be eligible for the electrical assistance there must be a household member age 60 or older, a household member who has a medical condition, supported by documentation from a doctor, who would benefit from air conditioning or requires electric service, or has a disconnect notice for the utility. To qualify for an air conditioner the household may not currently have air conditioning and a member of the household, regardless of age, would have to have a medical condition, supported by documentation from a doctor, who would benefit from air conditioning. To qualify for either benefit the total household income must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty guidelines.

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North High St. Save the Lake Association, 7:30 p.m., Rocky Fork Activity Center. Greenfield Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary 1325, 7:30 p.m., at the lodge. Southern Ohio Power Boat Association, 6 p.m., Rocky Fork Activity Center. Rocky Fork Decorative Artists, 6 p.m., Administration Building basement, Governor Foraker Place, Hillsboro. Pieceful Stitchers Quilt Club, 7 p.m., Lynchburg Public Library. Greenfield Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m. Order of Eastern Star #441, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple,

1572 US Rt. 22 SW, Washington C.H., OH 43160

Highland County Community Action announces the 2012 Summer Home Energy Assistance Program Starting June 1, 2012 ending August 31, 2012.

Size of Family Unit

continued from Page 1 across the driving range – cow silhouettes serve as yardage markers, a couple of gravity beds are here and there providing a suitable target for anyone wishing to take on that challenge, water troughs are scattered about, and a tractor tire stands tall as well in the neatly mowed grass – contribute to Sims' reference of the center as “down on the farm.” Sharon Sims is the proprietor and the heart of the operation. Her love of this place is a noticeable thing as one looks on the carefully-tended landscaping and the comfortable porch area overlooking part of the driving range. Sims said Bill Henry, the groundskeeping superintendent, and his son Sam, the assistant groundskeeper, are responsible for keeping her “little paradise” looking “spectacular.” Sims Family Golf Center offers a driving range with mat hitting units and a grass hitting area, a putting green with sand bunkers on either side, and a ball machine where a bucket of balls is $5. Having access to the ball machine on the outside of the main structure means that people who want to hit some golf balls do not have to wait; they can hit some golf balls any time of day. The facility is also a learning center. Sims offers golf camps, private and group lessons, seminars, and clinics. A schoolhouse sits on the property that Sims calls “Sharon's Schoolhouse.” Sims says the teaching is very important to her and it shows. She spoke of all the kids she has taught through the years and their successes and how proud she is to have been a part of that by being able to offer her facility and her services. Sims said that she didn't

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HIGHLAND COUNTY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Induction ceremony and dinner Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 6 p.m. at Ponderosa Banquet Center, Hillsboro Jim Cook

A COACH FOR ALL SEASONS Cook coached four sports at Fairfield; savors victories and friendships By JEFF GILLILAND The Times-Gazette

Jim Cook says it was a man whose first name he can't remember that turned him from a boy who enrolled in college only to play ball into one who just finished his 49th year with the Fairfield Local School District, and who next week will be inducted into the third class of the Highland County Athletic Hall of Fame. After an All-Ohio athletic career at Jeffersonville High School in Fayette County, Cook had enrolled at Davis and Elkins College in West Virginia to play baseball and basketball. He said he wasn't thinking about much else when Captain Blaess, the guy in charge of the college's ROTC program, told him that if he didn't start paying more attention to his studies, he'd play for just about one semester before he found himself back at home. "All I went to school for was to play ball and he helped me realize real quick that there was some other things you had to do if you wanted to play ball," Cook said Tuesday. "He was a pilot in the Air Force and he got killed the next year in a training crash, and I never actually got to thank him for kicking me in the butt a little. "After that first semester I realized I needed to major in health and physical education and get a coaching job, and that way I could stay in sports. If I could teach and still stay in coaching, that's what I wanted to do." Then again, maybe it was George Greer's arrival as a coach at Jeffersonville for Cook's senior year in high school that started him down a path that would eventually see him coach four sports, all for at least 10 years, plus serve as athletic director, principal, teacher and bus driver to this day at Fairfield. Up until then, Cook figured that if he was lucky, he'd end up working at one of two Washington Court House factories. "The thoughts back then were that if you got a job at NCR or Armco, you had it made, and that's what I thought I'd be doing until my senior year," Cook said. But George Greer, the father of current Highland County Probate and Juvenile Judge Kevin Greer, arrived in Jeffersonville about that time, and George had an uncle, Mel Greer, who was coaching at Davis and Elkins. "He said, 'Come on down and you can play for us,' so I did," Cook said. Cook found plenty of success of Davis and Elkins, where he scored 984 points in four years of basketball

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Longtime Fairfield Local Schools coach and educator Jim Cook is pictured Tuesday on the front porch of his home in Leesburg. and also won 10 games as a pitcher. But that's also where he found out his fastball was about 10 mph too slow for the big show. By the time Cook graduated from college, George Greer was superintendent at Leesburg and in 1963 he hired Cook to teach health, physical education, driver's education and general business, as well as do some coaching. "I coached reserve basketball for $100 per year and baseball for nothing that first year and was thoroughly excited to be coaching baseball," Cook said. Yet again, maybe the foundation to Cook's career path was laid when he was a youngster in Jeffersonville, dreaming of being a pitcher for the New York Yankees. He said that in those days there was no Little League, but there was always a bunch of boys ready to play baseball in the street, a field or any place they could find. "We might have rode some bikes and did a little fishing too, but we were always ready for a game of baseball and we imitated guys like Ted Kluszewski, Willie Mays, Stan Musial and Ted Williams," Cook said. "We didn't have any coaches,

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but sometimes we'd play all day, and I wouldn't trade that for anything in the world. We played in a field a lot and we used dried up cow patties for bases. Once in a while you'd slide into one that wasn't quite dry all the way." Baseballs had usually lost their original cover and were wrapped back up with black tape. Bats were usually ones that had been broken during adult Sunday afternoon games that were mended with screws and more tape. Two older brothers hit Cook fly balls and grounders from the time he was old enough to carry a glove and when he was 11 or 12 his dad built him a basketball court, which he said was pretty unusual in those days. Cook was in seventh grade when he got his first real coach, and when he was 13 he threw the very first pitch in the Fayette County Babe Ruth League. "I plunked the first batter right in the helmet and that was the start of my pitching career," he said. In high school, Cook's Jeffersonville baseball teams went a combined 37-7 his junior and senior years, winning a district title in 1958 and finishing as district runners-up

in 1959. In basketball, he was All-Ohio Class B honorable mention and averaged 20.3 points per game his senior year, including a record 62 in one game. Four years later he landed in Leesburg. At Fairfield he coached boys’ basketball for 19 years (196465 to 1973-73 and 1980-81 to 198889), softball for 13 years (1981-93), golf for 12 years starting in the fall of 1979 and baseball for 10 years, compiling a 70-64 record. He coached the Lady Lions softball team to an appearance in the state tournament in 1982. They won eight Southern Hills League championships, 11 sectional tournament titles and district titles in 1981, 1982 and 1986. During the years his daughter, Jennifer, played they completed a 37-game SHL win streak. In his first year as golf coach he led Fairfield to an appearance in the state tournament, with his sons, Tim and Chris, members of the team. He also won four SHL golf titles. His basketball teams won 191 games, Highland County League championships in 1967 and 1968 and an SHL title in 1986. He was SHL Coach of the Year in 1986 and

1987. Cook said there are several memories that stick out, including the 1982 run to the state softball tournament, where in the regional finals Fairfield knocked off two-time defending state champ Portsmouth Clay, ending its 88-game winning streak. That prompted him to remove his hair piece and drop it on home plate. Taking his sons' team to the state golf tournament is another favorite memory, as is a 1972 sectional basketball tournament win over a Paint Valley team that had won the district the year before, had all five starters back and had thoughts of a state tournament run. Cook said his team drew PV for the first game and on the way out of the draw, the PV coach said the draw couldn't have worked out better for him. Paint Valley scored with five seconds left to take a one-point lead, but Don Taylor hit a 40-foot shot at the buzzer off a pass from Kevin Greer, whose father had given Cook his first job. "You talk about a happy bunch, and a sad bunch from Paint Valley ‌ those people were devastated," Cook said. "We had a decent team, but they had a great team and we upset them." Another favorite memory is of a loss after a huge comeback. Fairfield was trailing a highly-touted and undefeated Georgetown team 45-17 early in the third quarter, then went on a 34-3 run to take a three-point lead with five minutes left in the game. The Lions eventually ran out of gas and lost the game, but Cook said it may be his favorite memory. "I've never seen anything like it my life," Cook said. "We started pressing and they started throwing the ball away and we hit every shot. To this day, several of the guys from that team tell me it had a profound effect on their lives and how they look at things, because it proved to them that anything is possible." A few days ago, Cook finished his 49th year driving a school bus, and he says he'll be back for his 50th. He also drove buses to many Fairfield games, and wore all kinds of other hats in Leesburg, including a recent term as mayor. The great part of it all, he said, is that his family was with him the whole time, his three kids growing up in the gym and his kids and wife, Mary Jo, riding the bus with him to and from games. "I had fun. I was as excited as the kids just to be able to do it," Cook said. "I didn't get along with all of them, but a lot of my best friends today are former ball players of mine and that makes me feel good. "All in all, I had a lot of fun, and my family was with me all the time. It was a family affair."

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HIGHLAND COUNTY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Induction ceremony and dinner Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 6 p.m. at Ponderosa Banquet Center, Hillsboro Dennis Overstake

‘THERE HAS TO BE A SPARK’ Greenfield coach credits players and the moments that count By JEFF GILLILAND The Times-Gazette

When Dennis Overstake looks back on a 31-year varsity coaching career that has seen him win 490 games and counting, it's not the wins and losses that come to mind as much as the relationships he's built with others he's worked with and the influence he hopes he's had on more than three decades of young people. "There has to be a spark, something that makes you willing to spend that extra time at whatever you do, and sometimes it's just the kids," said Overstake, the Greenfield girls basketball coach who on Tuesday will become a member of the third class to be inducted into the Highland County Athletic Hall of Fame. But for Overstake, while kids are his primary motivation, there are several other reasons why he's not ready to hang up the coaching whistle just yet. He mentioned his relationship with Rick Van Matre, who started his varsity boys career at McClain the same year Overstake started with the varsity girls, and how they were always able to easily handle scheduling conflicts and other problems that

of girls he coached a couple decades back, and his thankfulness for the support of his family, the community and a school administration "that has always been there to back you up when you needed it, and at other times stayed out of the way when you just needed to coach." Admittedly a person who's never much liked change, Overstake said he plans to be on the sidelines for a few more years, unless a new law forcing teachers to retire or face retirement payout reductions once they reach a certain level requires him to give up coaching. "It's probably kind of up to the administration and board of education because next year will be my 35th year and I have to be out by 2013," Overstake said. "The seventh-grade group that just finished up is pretty good and I'd like to stick around and coach them. I'd like to see them through the proT-G file photo gram." It's a program Overstake has led McClain girls basketball coach Dennis Overstake, a 1974 Whiteoak High School graduate, is surrounded by one every season except the first six of his recent teams that included his daughter, Kayla, far left in back row. since it originated during the 1975arose. He mentioned relationships Greenfield like Otis Wagner, Larry sports, in the classroom or every- 76 school year. His resume is with coaches like Richard Kiser, Fouch, Dave Payton, John Baal and day issues. almost unequaled. He mentioned how proud he is Dave Hilliard and the late Kevin more who were always willing to See OVERSTAKE I 9A Fouch, and he mentioned others in help him whether it was with to now be coaching the daughters

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VAN MATRE: ‘I WAS BLESSED’ Baseball was McClain coach’s first real passion; recently inducted into Ohio Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame By JEFF GILLILAND The Times-Gazette

For all the passion and energy Rick Van Matre poured into a coaching career that recently saw him inducted into the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame, you'd think he was born with a basketball in his hands. But with a family steeped in baseball tradition, that was the sport he fell in love with as a youngster growing up in Middleport, a stone's throw from the Ohio River. "I was a baseball person. I played basketball and was decent at it, but my first love was baseball," Van Matre said Thursday, shortly after the last day of his teaching career at McClain High School in Greenfield. Even through the years he was playing baseball at what was then Rio Grande College, Van Matre assumed he'd be a baseball coach. But time has a way of working things out, and for Van Matre that meant landing in Greenfield, where in 28 seasons he led the Tiger basketball team to a 472-170 record. In recognition of his success as a coach, and all the other things he did to unite the Greenfield community, Van Matre will be a member of the third class to be inducted into The Times-Gazette's Highland

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pitched in the Major Leagues, was on the mound for Hillsboro. Van Matre said Hillsboro scored two runs in the top of the ninth inning to beat his team, 3-2. Van Matre went on to Rio Grande, mainly, he said, because of Carl Wolfe. "He was my high school basketball coach and mentor," Van Matre said. "I looked up to him and wanted to be like him, and he's the real reason I went to college and got into the education profession." At Rio, Van Matre played baseball with Norm Pearson, and was later in Pearson's wedding. Pearson, too, went on to become a successful basketball coach at Chesapeake and Oak Hill, but in college they were both basically baseball guys. After graduating from college, Van Matre was substitute teaching in five school districts, teaching any subject he was asked to. He returned to college to redefine his degree and eventually was hired at Gallipolis, teaching fourth grade, while also serving as an assistant varsity baseball coach and reserve basketball coach. Even at that time, he was still thinking of being a high school baseball coach.

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HIGHLAND COUNTY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Induction ceremony and dinner Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 6 p.m. at Ponderosa Banquet Center, Hillsboro Ernie Blankenship

‘THE VOICE’ AND SO MUCH MORE Ernie Blankenship’s 51 years of radio announcing and activism make him a legend By JEFF GILLILAND The Times-Gazette

For 51 years his voice echoed from our radios, filling our homes and vehicles with the athletic exploits of our sons and daughters, grandchildren, neighbors, friends and community members, from locations across the state. When we weren't able to be there in person, or maybe because we preferred the sound of his distinctive voice, we listened to Ernie Blankenship. And it is because of that invaluable service he provided to us, more than his own athletic accomplishments, which were by no means meager, that Blankenship is among the third class that will be enshrined into the Highland County Athletic Hall of Fame during a banquet that begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Ponderosa Banquet Center in Hillsboro. It is fitting that Ernie goes in with a class that includes three coaches — Jim Cook, Dennis Overstake and Rick Van Matre — whose games he covered for decades, and who will no doubt reflect on those times during Tuesday's banquet. Van Matre said Thursday, “It's really an honor to be selected to this, but to be selected with this group — Dennis, who I worked alongside for 30 years; Ernie, who I was very, very close to over the years; and Jim, who I was very close to, too — so to be put in with this group is very, very special in that right, too.” Ernie started broadcasting games on a September night in 1959, just after returning from a stint in the military. He had absolutely no radio experience, but was asked to do it, and figured that since he loved athletics, he could find something good to say about local kids. "I've always thought that if I couldn't say something good about someone, don't say it," Blankenship said. "You're talking about 15-, 16-,

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Ernie Blankenship is shown at Hillsboro High School’s Richards Memorial Field in front of the Indian Victory Bell dedicated in his name. 17-year-old youngsters and you want to stay positive. "I was the eyes and the ears of the people that couldn't be there. If I could say something nice about a kid whose grandmother is sitting there at home and put a big smile on her face, that's basically what I'm all about." At a football game at Hillsboro in the early 1990s against Western Brown, a massive fight broke out on the field as the teams were exchanging postgame handshakes. Blankenship was still on the air waiting to do postgame interviews, but those listening on the radio had no clue there was a fight. "I didn't say anything about it because I always tried to keep things

positive. What good would it have done anybody?" Blankenship once asked. John Barney, a longtime co-worker with Blankenship at the radio station, once relayed a story about Ernie broadcasting an American Legion state tournament baseball game. Pete Rose Jr.'s team was playing against Hillsboro, and according to Barney, little Pete's mother was there. "She's spouting off like a sailor and Ernie turned to me and said, 'I hope no one back home can hear this because I never want to be negative,' and he was always like that," Barney said. "He always put a positive spin on it. "He did a lot of other things like

that behind the scenes for the kids in his personal life that not many people know about." Blankenship was born in Neon, Ky. His father, Stanley Blankenship, died in 1948, when Ernie was 11, and his mother, Lulu Blankenship, moved the family from Letcher County, Ky. to Columbus. While there, Ernie and three brothers and a sister were sent to an orphanage due to financial hardships. Later, after Lulu moved to Hillsboro to work and be closer to family members, the siblings were reunited with their mother. Ernie attended Hillsboro High School from 1951 to 1955, and said Thursday that he played football,

baseball and was on the track team. He was an All-Ohio center in football and an All-South Central Ohio League selection in baseball. He had offers to play college football, but selected the military so he could help support his family. Later, he played two summers of minor league baseball with the Cincinnati Reds in San Antonio, Texas, playing pitcher and catcher, but again gave it up to help his family. "Mom got sick and I thought it would be better to be at home than having fun doing what I was doing," Ernie said this week. Not long ago, Blankenship estimated he called 60 to 70 basketball games a year. Multiply that times 52, throw in well over 500 football games and a pocketful of baseball and softball games, and you can start to imagine the number of miles Blankenship has traveled covering ball games. He said he's probably been a spectator at just as many. So, if he could go back in time, would he do it all over again? "In a heartbeat. I love to put on the red and white," he said. A scholarship in Blankenship's name through NCB has now awarded more than $100,000 to Highland County students for their college educations. And then there's the work he’s done with the telethon for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults, helping raise more than $2 million to aid the ailing in the county. "It's been fun. I've met a lot of good people," Blankenship said. "It nice to go places and hear someone say, 'Hey, Ernie, how ya' doing.' It's had a lot of plusses and gave me an opportunity to talk about the youth of our area. "If there was something I could say to everyone, it would be just thank you. Without them, there would be no me. I never had a confrontation with anyone. People were just really good to me."

Overstake: Girls basketball coach’s win record is 18th on Ohio’s all-time list Overstake grew up in the Mowrystown area, playing on a successful Knothole team that included former Major League pitcher Kip Young every other year when their ages put them on the same team. He didn't start playing organized basketball until junior high, then played basketball for Whiteoak High School in grades 9-12 and baseball in grades 10-12. He said he was a second and third baseman in baseball and off guard in basketball but, "I never won anything for my athletic ability." Sometimes though, he helped coached his wife and 1974 WHS classmate Dixie's softball team (she went on to play softball at Morehead), "and I thought that was something I might be able to do." Coming out of college, Overstake had just two interviews, one at Goshen to teach seven classes of general science, and a second one in Greenfield. Greenfield called back and offered him a position to teach science and physical education. He accepted, then found out they needed someone to start a reserve and varsity girls volleyball program, plus a junior high boys basketball coach at Buckskin. Overstake coached volleyball for four years, but basketball at Buckskin for just one because the reserve girls’ basketball job came open after that and he took

it, leading the jayvee Lady Tigers to a 29-3 record in two seasons. Then John Miller left the varsity girls position to take an administrative job and Overstake stepped into a position he's held for more than three decades. Two memories that stand out, Overstake said, involve probably his two best players, Audra Cook, who went on to score more than 1,000 points at Cleveland State and is now in that school's hall of fame, and Sarah Hull, who went on to play at Miami University. Overstake said that during Cook's years, McClain was down three points late in a regional game at

Zanesville when one of her teammates grabbed a backside rebound. Cook took the ball from her, stepped behind the three-point line and hit a shot to tie the game. "Those kind of things make a coach look good — when you have players that think out there on the court and know what needs to be done," Overstake said. The other came during Hull's junior year at the regional tournament with a team that was 25-0. Hull had torn her ACL in a regional semifinal victory, then, after doctors told her she couldn't hurt it any more by playing, she did everything she could to

strengthen the knee so she could play the next week, even going through warmups. "She was unable to play, but the rest of the team had seen everything she did to try to play and they rallied around that. It was really inspiring," Overstake said. It's those kind of memories that leave Overstake wanting to create more. "A lot of the credit for what we've accomplished goes to the girls who have played in the program," Overstake said. "One of the things we're looking at now is a lack of participation, and there's a lot of other things those girls could have been doing other than

working through the longest season there is, constantly working to stay in condition, working on plays and knowing what the other team is doing. …But I hope they also picked up some family values, some things they learned from their own families and some things they learned from being a part of a team, and hopefully they will pass that on to their children." Tickets to the Highland County Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony are $15 each and can be purchased at The Times-Gazette. The banquet is 6 p.m. June 5 at Ponderosa Banquet Center in Hillsboro.

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continued from Page 8 In 31 years, he's had just five losing seasons, and two of those teams entered the tournament 10-10. His overall record is 490-199. The 490 wins rank 18th on Ohio's all-time list. His teams have won 17 sectional championships, six district titles and finished as regional runners-up once. He's won seven South Central Ohio League and two Southern Buckeye Conference titles. He's sent 18 girls on to play college basketball, and has been named Southeast District Coach of the Year three times and Ohio Division II Coach of the Year twice. Overstake figured from a young age that coaching and teaching were professions he might be good at. "When I got out of high school I kind of knew what I wanted to do," Overstake said. "That summer I went to Tri-County Community College (now Southern State) and took some P.E. courses, then moved on to Morehead State and continued to take P.E. At one time I wanted to teach history, but it was suggested that the biological sciences have a lot of classes that cross over with physical education, and I figured that's what I wanted. "I knew that with three boys on the farm there wasn't any room to try to make a living off that. Both my mom and dad had taught, and that was basically the beginning of it right there."

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HIGHLAND COUNTY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Induction ceremony and dinner Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 6 p.m. at Ponderosa Banquet Center, Hillsboro HIGHLAND COUNTY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME SCHOLAR ATHLETES Kate Crabtree, McClain H.S., 4.00 GPA, Rober and Jeanette Crabtree.

Taylor Faulconer, McClain H.S., 3.46 GPA, Amy and Craig Faulconer.

Tyler Griego, Hillsboro H.S., David and Lisa Griego.

Savannah Olaker, McClain H.S., 3.55 GPA, David and Shawn Olaker.

Sara Sexton, Hillsboro H.S., 3.527 GPA, Kim and Chris Sexton.

Tyrand Cumberland, Hillsboro H.S., 3.036 GPA, Sandra Cumberland.

Chase Gilliland, Hillsboro H.S., 3.172 GPA, Jeff and Elaine Gilliland.

Christian Gunderman, Hillsboro H.S., David and Lori Gunderman.

Leah Pence, Hillsboro H.S., 3.093 GPA, Steve and Gail Pence.

Corey Walker, Hillsboro H.S., 3.75 GPA, Tim and Cheryl Walker.

DJ Davis, Hillsboro H.S., 4.144 GPA, Alma and Dennis Davis Sr.

Jessie Gilliland, Whiteoak H.S., 3.00 GPA, Brent and Gayle Gilliland.

Karen Hilt, Lynchbur g-Clay H.S., 3.941 GPA, Mark and Maria Hilt.

Jenna Perie, McClain H.S., 3.00 GPA, Bob Perie and Julia Wise.

Thomas Wilkin, Hillsboro H.S., GPA not submitted, Gerald and Debra Wilkin.

Kayla Deatley, Hillsboro H.S., 3.827 GPA, David Deatley and Pam Claycomb.

Trevor Gleadle, Hillsboro H.S., 4.2 GPA, Ronald and Tamara Gleadle.

Carey Juillerat, Hillsboro H.S., 4.0 GPA, Jim and Angie Juillerat.

Louis Rivas, McClain H.S., 3.3 GPA, Dr. Luis Rivas and Cathy Rivas.

Brandon Wilson, Hillsboro H.S., 3.95 GPA, Mark and Alice Wilson.

Wyatt Gleadle, Hillsboro H.S., 4.167 GPA, Ronald and Tamara Gleadle.

Britttany Mullikin, McClain H.S., Karen and James Mullikin.

Samantha Jo Rooks, McClain H.S., 3.98 GPA, Scott and Amy Rooks.

Haley Wisman, Hillsboro H.S., 3.2 GPA, John and Kim Wisman.

Whitney Earley, Hillsboro H.S., 3.6 GPA, Rick and Gina Earley.

Van Matre: 26 winning records in 28 years of coaching basketball at McClain continued from Page 8 Van Matre started playing in a very good baseball program in Middleport at age 8, where he also developed his love of fishing, living so close to the Ohio River. "We played baseball from daylight to dark growing up," he said. "We played all the time. Kids don't do that anymore." Van Matre's dad was very involved with the local legion baseball team, and still is. He said his mom probably hasn't missed a sin-

gle Cincinnati Reds game, either on TV or the radio, for at least 40 years. He also had an uncle that reached the AAA level in the minor leagues. After four years at Gallipolis, the varsity basketball coaching job in Greenfield came open, and Van Matre decided to apply. Wolfe, Van Matre's high school coach, also applied for the job and was the Greenfield's first choice. At the same time, Van Matre had a good friend, whose dad had

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coached Van Matre in baseball, teaching chemistry in Greenfield, and the friend told Van Matre that Greenfield had all kinds of talent coming up in basketball. Wolfe turned the job down, Van Matre took it, and the rest is history. In his first six years at McClain, Van Matre's teams went 19-3, 19-5, 15-7, 22-2, 24-2 and 25-1. With Van Matre at the helm, the Tigers won by an average of 16.9 points per game over 28 years.

They claimed eight South Central Ohio League championships (McClain was not affiliated with a league for about 10 seasons), 16 sectional tournament titles, eight district titles, and were regional runners-up three times. All three times they were within a shot of the state tournament. They lost once in three overtimes, once when they missed a last-second shot and once by two points. Still, Van Matre said that to say he was blessed would be an under-

statement. "The job opens up in little Greenfield, Ohio, where they haven't had any real success in a long time, I walk into all that talent — yes, I was pretty blessed," Van Matre said. "Then you get the program rolling and it's pretty easy from there." So, does he have any regrets about never becoming a head baseball coach? "No. I couldn't have written it down any better," he said.

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ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN PAS Technologies, Inc. (www.pas-technologies.com) a world leader in the repair of aviation propulsion components and surface enhancement technologies is seeking to expand its operations leadership at the Hillsboro, Ohio facility with the addition of an Engineering Technician. Watch Career Builders for other openings. In this position you will be responsible for developing repair of manufacturing process planning, engineering calculations, investigations and other tasks as assigned. Must be able to prepare and communicate projects progress or results and must be able to interface with internal & external customers. Will provide ongoing support to Lean, six Sigma and JDI cost reduction projects. Must have working knowledge of CAD/CAM, CNC equipment and/or CMM. Will perform other jobs as required to meet customer needs and expectations. Must have excellent communication skills and possess a three year hands-on mechanical or manufacturing role in the production environment. A two year degree is required. The successful candidate will have strong knowledge and experience with MS Office products and other database applications. Oracle experience a plus. Must be creative and possess a high level of accuracy and attention to detail. The ability to flourish in a fast paced environment and interface with other technicians to solve problems is essential. Must be able to handle multiple tasks and efficiently prioritize work to meet deadlines with minimal supervision.

MACHINISTS

For Off Shift or Weekend Shift PAS Technologies Inc. a world leader in the repair of aviation propulsion components and surface enhancement technologies has openings for Machinists on 2nd or 3rd shifts plus openings for our weekend shift which runs Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 5 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. See Career Builders for other openings. Machinist - Off Shift / Weekend Shift -Experience with micrometers and calipers -Basic understand of machine shop practices -Ability to read and interpret detailed blueprints -Must make own offset adjustments. -Three years experience in CNC, HBMs, VTLs, and Engine Lathes

830 Boats/Motor/Equipment 12' V-Bottom Boat w/Trailer, 6HP, Johnson Motor plus-Trolling Motor w/Battery. 3-Seats w/inside carpet. Front&Back Lights $1200 Firm 937-466-2713 1995 17' fiberglass fishing boat. 112 hp Evinrude motor. 2 livewells, new trolling motor. trailer included. $3500. 937-725-4023

Positions require a stable work history and good mechanical skills. PAS Technologies offers a safe work environment, competitive wages, and a full benefits package. To apply, fill out an application Between 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 214 Hobart Drive Hillsboro, Ohio 45133 or fax to 937.840.1035 Only those candidates selected for further employment screening will receive a reply beyond this message. An Equal Opportunity Employer Strongly Committed to Workplace Diversity M/F/D/V

▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ 1982 35HP Evinrude boat motor $1,000. 740-324-1332

835 Campers/Motor Homes 2002 Rockwood Pop Up Camper. Sleeps 6, A/C, heating furnace, shower, toilet & sink. Excellent condition. $3,000 OBO 937-403-2682 after 4:00 PM. 9 foot Coachman truck camper. Shower, stove, fridge. New condition $700. 937-783-2395

Only those candidates selected for further employment screening will receive a reply beyond this message. An Equal Opportunity Employer Strongly Committed to Workplace Diversity M/F/D/V

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880 SUV’s 1995 Chevy Blazer, 4X4, Power Everything, 129,700 Miles, $2500 (937)365-1252

885 Trailers 1990 2 horse trailer $1,400.00 4725 Old Rt. 35 S.E. WCH (toward Frankfort) S O L D !!!

890 Trucks 2010 F150 4X4 STX package. Tauno cover, excellent condition 29,000/miles. $24,000. 937-768-4589

Vic Allen 937.763.3302

BANKS CONSTRUCTION EXCAVATING

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Roofing & Construction

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• Specializing in all types of roofing • Concrete • Siding • Decks • Windows • Drywall • Painting • Flooring • Hardwood • Ceramic Tile • Pole Barns • Metal Buildings 2290071

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Don’t delay... call TODAY!

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Over 30 Units On Display Gas, Wood, Electric, Corn/Pellet, Coal Fireplace Mantels and Accessories

Bennett Recycling Drive-Thru Rec. Facility For all your Recycling needs

(937) 205-6386

25 Years Experience Licensed & Bonded

OH Lic# 24661

YOUR COMPLETE FIREPLACE CENTER

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Pryor's Towing and Garage Buying Unwanted Cars, Trucks and Machinery. 937-876-9535 937-981-3205

Heating Air Conditioning Fireplaces

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Phone (937) 393-1163 Fax: (937) 840-9280 6465 Deer Run Rd., P.O. Box 639, Hillsboro, OH 45133 2286089

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899 Wanted to Buy

Weather Roofs Skirting Awnings Electrical Plumbing Winterizing Parts

We Cover All Angles

• Commercial / Residential • Interior / Exterior • Homes, Decks & Barns • Powerwashing • Fully Insured • Free Estimates

JUNK CARS, TRUCKS, & VANS TOWED AWAY. CASH PAID. (937)403-4715 or purpletowtruck.com.

All signs lead to you finding or selling what you want...

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PASS TIME IN LINE. READ THE NEWSPAPER.

PAS Technologies offers a safe work environment, competitive wages, and a full benefits package. You may apply between 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at 214 Hobart Dr., Hillsboro, Oh 45133 or submit a resume to brenda_ferguson@pas-technologies.com Visit us at www.pas-technologies.com

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COMICS & PUZZLES Zits

Blondie

The Wizard of Id

Funky Winkerbean

For Better or Worse

Stone Soup

EUGENIA LAST the Last Word in

ASTROLOGY MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Shia LaBeouf, 26; Joshua Jackson, 34; Peter Dinklage, 43; Hugh Laurie, 53. HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Move toward positive, doable projects or ventures. Wasting time on something that is too risky or excessive will lead you astray. Don't feel pressured by others. It's up to you to make choices that suit your needs, not what everyone else wants. Don't let emotions lead in work-related matters. Your numbers are 8, 12, 17, 20, 29, 31, 43. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Keep a tight lid on your thoughts, feelings and motives. You don't want to give anyone the upper hand when so much is at stake. Listen carefully and react thoughtfully, but protect what you have. Don't fold under pressure. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Share your creative ideas and look for solutions that will benefit both you and the people you are dealing with. An opportunity to learn something that will help you get ahead will develop. Physical activity will help ease stress. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Make sure you have time to handle what's expected of you before taking on more responsibility. Disillusionment is apparent, especially in emotional matters or with regard to helping or asking for assistance. Listen carefully. CANCER (June 21-July 22): You will pick up valuable information by sharing your ideas. Take an unusual approach in what you do or spend time with someone from a different background and you will expand your awareness, resulting in greater diversification. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Promote what you do well, and push for changes that will help you excel even further. Ask for favors and offer your services. Don't let money matters depress you when finding new ways to increase your income is what's required. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): One step at a time. If you move forward too quickly, you will end up having to go back and make corrections. Listen carefully to what's being asked of you before agreeing to get involved. A change someone makes will affect your finances. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Share your knowledge without embellishment or someone will question your authenticity. Accept the inevitable rather than initiating change. Focus on being better, knowing more and expanding your personal horizons through discipline. Love is in the stars. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Enjoy the company of people who share your creative interests. Spending more time with youngsters will inspire you to update your look and lifestyle. A moderate step toward the changes you want to incorporate is all that's required. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Keep life simple and refrain from getting involved in emotional situations by being open and honest about the way you feel and what your intentions are. Change will help you expand your interests and advance professionally. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Rely on experience and connections to help you make the right choice now. Don't let

someone you work with or for create an emotional dilemma that will throw you off or contribute to a mistake. Focus and balance are required. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Confusion will set in if you let the past interfere with the present. Let go of what hasn't worked or what's dragging you down, and concentrate on the people and things that motivate you to be your best.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Keep your feelings to yourself, and avoid anyone trying to goad you into an uncompromising position. Set your sights on creative venues that will motivate and inspire you to start a new project or join a group that interests you. BIRTHDAY BABY: You are an imaginative dreamer. You are creative, persistent, excessive and original.

Beetle Bailey The Family Circus速 By Bil Keane

In the Bleachers

Garfield

Hagar the Horrible

Barney Google and Snuffy Smith


Sunday, June 10, 2012 COUNTY SHOPPER

We Pay the Highest Prices for Gold,

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DGINGTON

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937-335-0055 Diamonds and Estates! ~ BUYING NOW ~ ~ It’s Worth Your Drive! ~

Medical Update

Funeral Homes

by Dr. Clark And Associates

A time to begin the healing

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TWENTY FOUR DELI & SWEET SHOP Adjacent to 24 Exchange Consignment Store

12469 State Route 124, Hillsboro

2287562

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Riding Lessons & Boarding also Available

937-402-4729 937-402-4282

Once a tooth is extracted, the dentist likes to see good healing that leads to bone formation. Otherwise, poor healing may lead to excessive bone loss that compromises the patient’s ability to accept a dental prosthetic or implant. Consequently, there is reason to cheer a recent study that shows the platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy accelerates post extraction healing and bone formation. PRP therapy magnifies the body’s first response to soft-tissue injury, which is to deliver platelet cells. These blood components are packed with growth and healing factors that initiate repair and stimulate stem cells. By injecting large concentrations of the patient’s own platelets into the extraction site, it is possible to jump start the body’s natural healing response.

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$395

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UPER ALE

20-lb. Grill Cylinder Filled

20-lb. Grill Cylinder Filled for only $10 SALT - Buy 10 Bags Get One Free Friday’s Only

• Gallon of Perennials in Nursery $4.50 ea. your choice

OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT

MOON TRACTOR CO

Follow SR 753 or SR 506 to Carmel. Take 50W to Bainbridge, take St. RT. 41 S to Barrett Mill Rd., Taketurn Cynthiana Rd. turn 21/2 miles to entrance. right and then left on east Cynthiana Rd. Watch for signs. 3/4 miles west to entrance. Watch for signs.

SERVING HIGHLAND COUNTY SINCE 1949

WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL www.moontractor.com

DAILY 8 TO 5 SAT 8 TO NOON

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• Everything Else - 10% OFF

New Holland 740-495-5394 800-344-0427

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Chrisman

1020 E. Market St. Washington C.H., OH 43160

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1-800-335-2620

Distilled & Sodium Free Drinking Water Available in 3 and 5 Gallons For more information

937-382-8528 Wilmington OH

For Home or Business Cooler Rentals & Sales

As Low As $3.99 ©2012 Morton Buildings, Inc. All rights reserved. Price, construction details and material specifications shown are subject to change without notice. A listing of GC licenses available at mortonbuildings.com/ licenses.aspx. Reference Code 043.

800-447-7436 • mortonbuildings.com 81’ x 18’ x 210’ Starting at $159,794

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2290320

JR’S GENERAL STORE & FARM MARKET

2289935

Samantha Freewill Baptist Church Welcomes... ANOINTED HEARTS

4-1/2 mi. S. of Bainbridge off U.S. 50 on 41 S. (Watch for signs)

GREAT PRICES!

Martin’s PORK ROLL

WEEKLY SPECIALS

1

$ 89

Walnut Creek AMERICAN lb. CHEESE

No Card Needed!

2

K N A U F F &

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$ 29 lb.

Maintenance Free - POLY OUTDOOR FURNITURE – Will not rot, warp, crack, Available in: gliders, or splinter tables, chairs, rockers, – Will not grow mildew – Will not weather or fade coffee tables & swings – Will not need to be painted Available in – Will not peel 16 colors! – Stainless steel hardware

TO MINISTER IN SONG FOR THE JUNE 10TH AM SERVICE

• Fresh Produce • Meat & Cheese • Discount Groceries • Souvenirs • Crafts • Gifts • Candles • Vitamins & Herbs • Books • Toys • Seasonal Items

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BULK FOOD IS OUR SPECIALTY SO ARE GREAT PRICES!

June 11th to June 18th

Daily 8-6 Saturdays 8-5 Closed Sundays Closed June 15th for Wedding

Circleville 740-477-9561 877-343-2208

2011 FORD FUSION SEL, 4cyl, auto, air, cruise, PW/L, power heated seats, AM/FM/CD, power sunroof, all leather, navigation system, 60K ....................................$16,900 2010 FORD TAURUS SE, V-6, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L/S, AM/FM/CD, 60K ............................$16,900 2010 FORD FUSION SE, 4 cyl, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD, Aluminum wheels, 56K ....$15,900 2010 IMPALA LS, V-6, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L/S, AM/FM/CD, 64K ..........................................$13,900 2010 AVEO LT, 4cyl., 4 dr., Hatchback, auto, air, tilt, AM/FM/CD, 24k ............................................$12,900 2009 TOYOTA SRS, Crew Cab 4 x 4 auto,airtilt cruise,pw/l am/fm/cd aluminum wheels 98k.. ..$21,900 2009 MALIBU LS, 4dr., 4 cyl., auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L/S, AM/FM/CD, 52,700K ....................$13,900 2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT, 4cyl., auto ,air, FWD air, PW/L/S, AM/FM/CD, power sunroof, luggage rack, 34,890K ........................................................$16,900 2008 FORD TAURUS SEL, V-6 auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, powerseats, AM/FM/CD, 70K ........................$11,900 2008 CHEVROLET COBALT LS, 2dr 4cyl,5spd,air,tilt am/fm/cd 103k ................................................$6,950 2007 FORD F-150 KING RANCH CREW CAB, 4x4, V-8, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD navigation system, power sunroof, leather power heated seats 48K .......................................................................$26,900 2007 CHEVROLET UPLANDER CARGO VAN, V-6, auto, air, tilt, cruise, AM/FM/CD, 90K ........$7,950 2007 SATURN VUE, 4cyl., 5spd, F/W/D, sunroof, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD 55K ......................$11,900 2006 FORD FREESTYLE SEL, 4dr., 3 seats, V-6, Auto, Air, Tilt, Cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD, Heated Leather Seats, 96K..............................................$8,950 2006 HONDA CIVIC LX 4dr 4cyl,auto,air,tilt,cruise, pw/l ,am/fm/cd 98k ..................................................$9,950 2005 SATURN ION3, Quad coupe 4 cyl,4dr,auto,air,,tilt,cruise,pw/l,am/fm/cd,power sunroof,89k.............................................................$6,950 2005 CAVALIER, 4 cyl., auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L AM/FM/CD ......................................................$4,950 2005 FORD EXPLORER XLT, 3 seat, AWD, 4.0, V-6 auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L/S, AM/FM/CD, power sunroof, 85K ..................................................................$9,950 2005 FORD ESCAPE AWD, 4dr, V-6, 3.8, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD, leather power heated seats, sunroof, good mi ....................................................$8,950 2005 COLORADO CREW CAB LS, 3.9 auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD, 62K ......................$11,900 2004 TOYOTA CAMRY LE, 4 cyl, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L/S, AM/FM/CD ........................................$6,950 2004 COLORADO EXT CAB Z-71, 3.5 cyl., 4x4, auto, air, tilt, cruise, AM/FM/CD, excellent condition, 122K $9,950 2004 COLORADO CREW CAB LS Z-71, 4x4, 3.5 cyl. auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD, 112K ..$10,900 2002 CHEVROLET S-10 EXT.CAB, V-6, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD, 110k ........................$6,650 2002 DODGE DAKOTA SPORT EXTENDED CAB, V-6 3.9 auto,air,tilt,cruise,pw/l/m am/fm/cd..............$6,650 2000 HONDA PASSPORT, V-6, 4x4, auto, air, PS/B, PW/L/S, power sunroof ....................................$5,950 2000 CHEVROLET HIGH TOP ASTRO CONVERSION VAN, V-6, auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD, 91K .........................................................................$4,950 1999 FORD RANGER XLT SPORTSIDE EXT CAB, V-6, 4x4, AM/FM/Cass, air, good condition, 141K ....$4,650 1999 DODGE DURANGO, V-8, 4x4 Auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW/L, AM/FM/CD ..........................................$3,950 1998 CHEVROLET VAN 3500, 5.7 V-8, 125K....$1,950 1996 RANGER XLT, V-6, auto, air, AM/FM/Cass.,excellent condition......................................................$3,950 5' X 6' UTILITY TILT TRAILER ............................$700

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NEW SUMMER HOURS 2289944

Pastor Wiley Perkins, invites all to attend and be revived by the anointing of these singers. The Church is located at 10211 St. Rt. 72, Leesburg, OH

Leesburg 937-780-6390 866-980-6390

SOLD

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Anointed Hearts is rooted in good ole mountain harmonies and the sweet anointing of the Holy Spirit.

London 740-852-3709 888-852-3709

WHY PAY MORE?

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• Hanging Baskets - 25% OFF

42’ x 14’4” x 60’ Starting at $23,545

P.S. In the study mentioned above, PRP therapy increased bone density as much in the first week following tooth extraction that untreated control sites took si

EVERY FRIDAY

• Vegetable & Herb Plants - 25% OFF

Discover the advantages of working with the leader in post-frame construction.

Our goal is to make each visit to our office a comfortable and positive experience. New patients are always welcome.

SALT

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Pickett Run Farms

Morton Buildings constructs quality, dependable buildings that meet the needs of the American farmer. From machine storage buildings to livestock facilities and even farm shops, we work with you to construct a building that fits your lifestyle and budget. Our service goes well beyond planning and erecting your building; Morton buildings are backed by the strongest, non-pass through, non-prorated warranty in the industry - something you won’t find anywhere else.

Your health is our first priority. We are pleased to provide you with state-of-the-art dental care at 624 S. High Street, Hillsboro.

Don’t Pay Too Much For A Monument!

Storewide Sale

Now and for Generations

Our entire staff at CLARK FAMILY DENTISTRY encourages your questions about comprehensive dental care. We supply superior oral health care for the entire family. For answers to your oral health issue questions we invite you to call our office at 937.393.3494.

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(937) 466-2305 two and a half miles from the blinking light in Marshall

Enjoy our Amish meats, cheese, baked goods and other food items. Fresh baked pizza, calzones, pizza rolls, subs, fresh salads, soft ice cream, fountain coke as well as fries, onion rings and fried clams.

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Beginner June 11-14 June 18-21 July 15-18 Intermediate June 25-28 July 22-25

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Open 8 till 8 Daily * Mon. thru Sat.; Closed Sun. 10729 St. Rt. 73 New Vienna, Ohio

(937) 987-2582


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Inventory Reduction Sale AT GUSWEILER’S GM CENTER

WE’RE CLEARING OUR LOT TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW STORE! CHEVY RUNS DEEP

2012 Chevrolet Cruze LS

CHEVY RUNS DEEP

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2012 Chevrolet Malibu LS

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2012 Chevrolet Traverse LS

CHEVY RUNS DEEP

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ON 24 MONTH LEASE

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Must have approval through Ally Fin. with 800+ C.B. Score

C7359160

CHEVY RUNS DEEP

SAVE UP TO

$

9,000

CF342526

2012 Chevrolet Silverado LT Ext. Cab 4x4

CHEVY RUNS DEEP

MSRP $39,670 Sport Truck Pkg. - 2,000 P.E.B. Rebate - 1,000 Rebate - 3,000 Trade-in B.C. - 1,000 With ‘99 or Newer Truck Gusweiler Discount - 2,000

CG101769

C6316707

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$

7,500

2012 Chevrolet Silverado LT Crew Cab 4x4

2012 GMC Sierra SLE Ext. Cab 4x4 SAVE UP TO

MSRP $40,390 All Star Pkg. Discount - 1,500 Rebate - 3,000 Trade-in B.C. - 1,000 With ‘99 or Newer Truck Gusweiler Discount - 2,000

$

9,000

MSRP $39,395 Value Pkg. Discount - 2,000 P.E.B. Rebate - 1,000 Rebate - 3,000 Trade-in B.C. - 1,000 With ‘99 or Newer Truck Gusweiler Discount - 2,000

2012 GMC Sierra SLE Crew Cab 4x4 MSRP $41,300 Power Tech Pkg. Discount - 1,500 Rebate - 3,000 Trade-in B.C. - 1,000 With ‘99 or Newer Truck Gusweiler Discount - 2,000

SAVE UP TO

$

7,500

$32,890 I.R.S.$ I.R.S. $30,670 SALE $ I.R.S. I.R.S. PRICE SALE PRICE 30,395 SALE PRICE 33,800 SALE PRICE CZ232923

CG101769

CZ233208

CG253869

*Financing with approved credit. Some rebates not compatible with special finance rates. **Customer is required to trade in ‘99 or newer vehicle to be eligible for trade assistance incentive. Tax, title, DOC fee and license not included in prices or payments. See dealer for complete details.

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FACTORY PROGRAM CARS!

2011 Buick LaCrosse CXL

2007 Toyota Camry

2007 Pontiac Grand Prix

#BF164193, silver, 4, auto., air, leather, chrome wheels. Was $28,995

2007 Suzuki Forenza

2005 Jeep Liberty

#7U017708, gray, 6, auto., air, XLE, 1 owner, leather, sunroof.

2012 Chevrolet Camaro

#71207520, beige, 6, auto., air, P.W., P.L. Was $11,995

#7K500843, silver, 5, auto., air, 1 owner.

#5W551084, gold, 6, auto., 4x4, air, sport. Was $8,995

#C912261, red,V6, auto., air, 1LT. Was $28,995

$ Now

27,979 or $360*mo. $15,970 or $235*mo.

2010 Chevrolet Silverado K1500 Crew 4x4 #AG184609, silver, 8, auto., air, 1 owner.

10,985 or $195*mo.

$

$

8,995 or $136*mo.

$ Now

8,668 or $130*mo. Now $26,985 or $358*mo.

2011 Chevrolet HHR

2003 Ford Ranger Ext.

2005 Pontiac G6

2006 Ford Mustang GT

2004 Chevrolet Avalanche

#BS526391, white, 4, auto, air, P.W., P.L., alloy wheels. Was $16,995

#3TA06930, gold, 6, auto., air, 4x4.

#54119503, maroon, 6, auto., air, 1 owner, sunroof. Was $8,995

#65202986, white, 8, auto., air, leather, Shaker radio.

#4G142767, black, 8, auto., air, local trade, 4x4, Z71.

26,995 or $358*mo.

9,994 or $204*mo.

$

15,985 235

$ $ *mo. or Now 2012 BuickVerano,C4103593,silver,4,auto.,air,P.W.,P.L. ...................................................................................................... $23,470 or $309* mo. 2012 ChevroletTraverse, CJ101780,white,6,auto.,air,LT,3rd row seating,alloy wheels................................................................................... $32,995 2011 Buick Regal CXL,B1107377,silver,4,auto.,air,leather ................................................................................................... $22,995 or $299* mo. 2011 Chevrolet Silverado K3500 Crew, BJ219465,white,auto.,air,LT, Duramax,4x4,single wheel,1 owner................................................................ $43,995 2011 GMCTerrain,B6226329,gray,4,auto.,air,1 owner,SLT 1, back-up camera,p.seats w/heat.Was $25,995.................................................... Now $25,465 or $335* mo. 2011 Chevrolet Malibu,BF212806,mocha,LTZ,4,auto.,air,1 owner,leather ........................................................................... $21,995 or $289* mo. 2010 Chevrolet Equinox, A6220740,silver,4,auto.,air,LT1,AWD ................................................................................................... $19,995 or $297* mo. 2010 GMCTerrain,A46349477,white,4,auto.,air,SLT,1 owner,sunroof,leather,DVD Was $27,995.................................................................... Now $26,989 or $351* mo. 2010 GMC Sierra C1500 Ext.,AZ193651,blue,8,auto.,air,1 owner,local trade ................................................................................................... $20,995 or $275* mo. 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt, 97208062,silver,4,auto.,air,1 owner,extra low miles ........................................................................................ $13,995 or $205* mo. 2008 SaturnAura, 8F154455,gray,6,auto.,air,local trade,sunroof .................................................................................................... $13,998 or $210* mo. 2008 ChevroletAveo, 8B201030,black,4,auto.,air,1 owner,leather,sunroof,spoiler ................................................................................................... $10,995 or $158* mo. $

Now

Now

$

$

8,485 or $155*mo.

2008 ChevroletAveo, 8B201030,black,4,auto.,air,1 owner,leather, sunroof,spoiler........................................................................ $10,995 or $158* mo. 2012 Ford Mustang GT,C5247070,black,6 spd.manual,air,1 owner............................$29,495 2010 Ford F-150 Crew Cab, AFB21582,black,8,auto.,air,1 owner, Lariat,4x4,low miles.............................................................................................................$34,995 2010Toyota Corolla, AC503350,silver,4,auto.,air,P.W.,P.L. .................. $16,991 or $251* mo. 2009 SaturnAura, 9F1989178,silver,4,auto.,air,P.W.,P.L.,new tires..............................$13,995 2009Toyota Tacoma, 9M031776,brown,6,auto.,air,TRO,4x4,double cab................... $25,995 2009 Chevrolet HHR, 9S502662,maroon,4,auto.,air,LT,1 owner,chrome wheels....... $11,695 2008 Chevrolet Silverado C3500 Reg., 8E171647,white,8,auto.,air,utility bed,hard to find, 1 owner........................................................................................................ $20,995 or $278* mo. 2007 Cadillac DTS, 7U229403,blue,8,auto.,air,1 owner,only 18,000 miles ..................................................................................................................... $21,995 or $335* mo. 2007 Cadillac CTS, 70186092,silver,6,auto.,air,1 owner,sunroof ....... $15,778 or $239* mo. 2007 Chevrolet Silverado K3500 Crew Cab, 7F100071,red,diesel,auto.,air,LT,4x4,dually. Was $21,995.......................................................................................Now $17,984 or $249* mo. 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt,77323580,red,4,auto.,air,LT,P.W.,P.L. .............$13,995 or $218* mo. 2006 Chevrolet Impala,69361884,gray,6,auto.,air,1 owner,extra clean ..................................................................................................................... $11,495 or $175* mo. 2006 Chevrolet Impala, 69361884,gray,6,auto.,air,1 owner,extra clean $11,495 or $195* mo. 2006 Chevrolet Impala LTZ, 69395135,red,6,auto.,air,1 owner,low miles,leather ..................................................................................................................... $12,995 or $225* mo.

18,995

14,890 or $318*mo.

$

2004 Mercury Mountaineer, 4UJ06149,black,6,auto.,air,AWD,leather,3rd row seats ....................................................................................................................... $6,994 or $135* mo. 2004 Ford Mustang, 4F107901,red,6,auto.,air,P.W.,P.L. Was $8,495.......................................................................................... Now $7,992 or $159* mo. 2003 ChevroletTrailblazer, 32363100,silver,6,auto.,air,1 owner,4x4,low miles,super clean ....................................................................................................................... $9,995 or $204* mo. 2003 Chevrolet Impala, 39322345,red,6,auto.,air,local trade,LS,sunroof................... $8,995 2003 Chevrolet Impala, 39211177,brown,6,auto.,air,P.W.,P.L............... $6,595 or $125* mo. 2002 Buick Century,21138124,beige,6,auto.,air,1 owner .............................................$2,995 2001 Dodge Dakota, 1S206541,silver,6,auto.,air,4x4,low miles,sport. $7,995 or $209* mo. 2001 Dodge Caravan, 1R151831,maroon,6,auto.,air...................................................... $2,995 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab, 1J272247,blue,8,auto.,air,4x4........$7,995 or $212* mo. 2000 Ford F-150 Ext. Cab, YNA75378,black,8,auto.,air,4x4,XLT ...................................$7,995 2000 GMC Sierra C2500 Ext.,YE432191,blue,8,auto.,air,1 owner,gooseneck hitch ......................................................................................................................$10,995 or $299* mo. 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix, XF311075,silver,6,auto.,air,GT,sunroof.................................. $5,995 1998Volkswagen Jetta, WM2211884,white,4,m,air,diesel............................................. $2,995 1998 Chevrolet Lumina, W9149563,blue,6,auto.,air,1 owner,clean car....................... $3,995 1998 LincolnTown Car, WY666155,red,8,auto.,air,leather,low miles............................. $6,995 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Ext.Cab,W8163684,2WD,4.3LV6,air,3rd door,tow package...... $4,995 1996 Chevrolet S10 Blazer, T2289359,black,6,auto.,air,4x4........................................ $2,995

All payments are with approved credit with $1500 down plus tax & title at: Rates are based on Financing 80% or less of NADA. Clean retail & Beacon Score over 740 Equifax. Rates subject to change as banks update. 2011-2010 84 mo. @ 4.24%; 2009-2008 84 mo. @4.79%; 2007 72 mo. @ 4.24%; 2006-2005 60 mo. @ 4.99%; 2004-2002 48 mo. @ 4.99%; 2001 down 36 mo. @ 6.99%. *Must have minimum income of $800/month. Minimum downpayment of $500 cash, trade equity required.

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South on 62 Turn right on Dunlap Road, Hillsboro 937-393-2055 • Sporting Goods 937-393-2020

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New New Balance Womens Shoe reg. $88.00

With coupon

With coupon

$5.00 OFF

$10.00 OFF

Any Pair of Shoes up to $99.99

Any Pair of Shoes $100.00 & up

June 9 - June 15

June 9 - June 15

New Kids Durango Boots reg. $50.00

6999

$

$

4499

New Wrangler Mens Western Shirt reg. $32.00

3699

2599

$

Select Ladies Tank/Sleeveless Shirts

Huge New Shipment of Kids Levi Jeans

25% OFF Month & Toddler

Sizes 4-20

$21.99

$24.99

$

899

reg. $11.99 Spectracide, 10 lb, Triazicide Granules

$

599

reg. $12.99 Green Thumb, Metal Pistol Nozzle, 8 Spray Pattern

$

$

1999

reg. $27.99 Jackson, Long Wood Handle, Round Point Titanium Shovel

1899

$

1899

Mens Columbia North River Clothing

Ladies Columbia Woolrich North River Clothing

Buy One at sale price, Get 2nd 1/2 OFF reg. price

Buy One at sale price, Get 2nd 1/2 OFF reg. price

Take an extra

10% OFF Mens, Womens & Kids Shorts & Capris (Excludes ones marked half or $10.00)

sale price

$

1299

reg. $14.99 True Value, 20 Count, 42 Gallon, Contractor Trash Bag

699

$

199

10% OFF

$

reg. $3.99 Green Thumb, 17.5 oz, Foaming Wasp & Hornet Spray

$

700

Reg. $11.99 Green, Low Back Stacking Chair

65000

$

reg. $719.00 Troy-Bilt, Super Bronco, Rear-Tine Tiller, 208CC

$

All HTH Pool Chemicals

reg. $10.99 16.60 lb, Kingford Original Briquets

1199

reg. $15.99 Green Thumb, 16 lb, 5,000 sqft Coverage

$

New As Real As Wrangler Shirt reg. $24.00

$

399

reg. $4.99 Green Thumb, 18 oz, Aerosol, Commercial Wasp & Hornet Killler

$

1999

reg. $29.99 Woodfield Stacking Chair

$

55900

reg. $619.00 Troy-Bilt, Bronco, Rear-Tine Tiller, 208CC Troy-Bilt

349

reg. $5.99 50 oz, Ajax Ultra New & Improved Concentrated Laundry Detergent

$

1199

reg. $18.99 Green Thumb, 5/8” x 50”, Nylon Reinforced Garden Hose

$

1499

reg. $19.99 Turquoise, Resin, Adirondack Chair

2290143

New Twenty X By Wrangler Mens Western Shirt reg. $46.00

$

New As Real As Wrangler Shirt reg. $24.00


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00 Chevrolet S-10

4x4

Extended Cab 4x4

04 Ford Taurus SE Loaded

02 Chevrolet Silverado 6 cyl.

$3,995

$3,995

$4,495

$4,995

04 Ford Explorer XLT

02 Pontiac Montana Ext Van Low Miles

03 Hyundai Santa Fe

05 Chrysler Concorde

4x4, Many Extras

$5,995

All Power

Loaded

$5,995

$5,995

$6,995

06 Kia Rio

04 Dodge Neon SXT

04 Chevrolet Cavalier

Loaded

All Power

Sunroof, Auto

Auto, Loaded

$6,995

$6,995

$6,995

$6,995

05 Impala

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00 Ford Explorer Spt 03 Pontiac Grand Am GT Loaded

04 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4x4

03 Pontiac Vibe Gas Saver

$7,995

$7,995

$7,995

00 Ford Ranger Ext.Cab

03 Dodge Dakota

02 GMC Sonoma Z71

04 Ford Explorer XLT

4x4

4x4, Many Extras

$7,995

$7,995

4x4, Low Miles, All Power

Quad Cab 4x4

$7,995

$7,995 05 Altima SE Sunroof, Loaded

$7,995

05 Dodge Crew Cab SLT 06 Chevrolet Silverado 06 Chrysler Ltd. Pacifica DVD, Loaded Hemi 4x4 Z71 4x4

$8,995

$12,995

$12,995

$12,995

05 VW Taureg

05 Suburban LT 4x4

07 Ford FX4 Crew Cab

Loaded, DVD, Navigation

4x4

06 Jeep Commander

Loaded, AWD

$13,995

$14,995

$16,995

3rd row, 4x4

$12,995

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