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July 12-18, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 14; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 9-10 Farm/Markets: Pages 11, 14 Lawn/Garden: Pages 12-13 Obituaries: Pages 19-20, 22 Sports: Pages 23-24 Classified ads: Pages 25-32

Installation, sales, service R. L. Hochstetler Flooring takes care of its customers

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Offering installation, sales and service, R.L. Hochstetler Flooring is the one stop shop for both residential and commercial contractors. The business carries a wide selection of carpet, tile, linoleum, hardwoods, ceramic, Formica and vinyl in brands such Holmes Liberty as Harris Tarkett and Coalition meets Formica Interlock Tile and performs everything tonight from floor laying and Holmes County Libresurfacing to hardwood erty Coalition will meet floor refinishing. Thursday, July 12 at 7 “Any kind of floors that p.m. at Millersburg Comgo down on the ground, fort Inn. Program will be we do,” said owner Commit, Activate, Live Roman Hochstetler. and Create, a summary Most popular, he said, of the Glenn Beck 1, 2, are vinyl, tile and hard3, 4 initiative. Public is nty, closely Warraflooring, d Ai wood followed by the store’s erica’s Best Hearing id Amwelcome. e! laminate flooring with service nationwcarpet, and hardwood refinishHolmes fair board Service & ing services. to meet tonight ng Aid Wa pantyir, refinishing, wood Rerra America’s Best Heari nwFor ! ide Holmes County vice natioHochstetler will do the with serfair workCl himself board, will meet Thurseavicnie ng & s—& sanding Ser ing devices down day, July 12, at 6:45 p.m. * the wood air Rep entscompleteAdjustm Trade in your current hear Mike Schenk phgoto/ ly, staining ngs it and applying for a new fairgrounds % of yo urlocated at 8919 E. Moreland Road, Cleani & to 50Flooring, up e iv ce re R.L. Hochstetler Apple Creek, offers a wide selection three coats of finish. d workshop and at 7:30 p.m. an * justme lyntsof Adpp Su new off a hardwoods, ofalcarpet, tile, linoleum, ceramic, Formica and vinyl. The business will perform everyice pr se ha rc pu in orig thing from floor laying and resurfacing to hardwood floor resurfacing. See Pg. 4 — CALENDAR See Pg. s ofFLOORING lyrie tte— Su4pp Ba vices! Batteries set of digital hearing de



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Your Local Bulk Foods Grocery Section 10042755

Shredded Cheese Cheddar 8 oz. .... $1.69

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Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 8 oz.. $1.59

Spring-Summer Hours

Walnut Creek Bacon ...................... $3.09 We Carry Eggs, Milk Coffee, Nickles Bread, Cereals

2495 C.R. 168 Near Trail

Mon. & Wed. 8am-8pm; Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8am-5pm;

Lots of Pet Foods & Lots of Shampoo Axe, Dove, Head & Shoulders, Suave, Tresemmé, Panténe, and More

Saturday 8am-3pm; Closed on Sunday

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EZ Carve Ham ...... $2.19 lb. Smoked Honey Roasted Turkey Breast ....... $3.18 lb. Colby ..................... $2.52 lb. Swiss..................... $2.89 lb.


SALE DATES: July 16th-21st



Week of July 16th - 21st Roast Beef .................... $4.39 lb. Chopped Ham .............. $2.19 lb. Farmers Cheese ............ $2.69 lb. Mild Swiss .................... $2.89 lb. Hash Browns ................ $1.09 lb. Eggs ........................... $1.58 doz.

Tomatoes ..................... $1.25 lb. Occident Flour ................ .39¢ lb. 9 oz. Plastic Cups 100 ct .....................$4.99/Sleeve





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Mon., Tue., Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Wed. 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


Elbow Macaroni (16 oz.) .75¢ Baked Beans (115 oz.) .$2.99 20 Ft. Fiberglass Extension Ladder .. $125.00


Name Brand Yogurts 24 pk. .......... $4.75 32 oz. ..............79¢

J & F Discount Groceries

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Corn Hole Bags


Lots of Colors in Stock!

Weekly Specials Marble Cheese ...................... $2.69 lb. Smoked Turkey Breast ............. $3.39 lb. 8oz. Shredded Cheese (Mexican, Cheddar, Mozzarella) ... $1.59 lb. Walnut Creek Butter (While Supplies Last) .. $1.79 Monster Trail Mix ...................... $2.75 White Sugar (100 lb.) ................ $35.00 10050482

Peaches - Blueberries - Fresh Vegetables

Alpine Swiss ............................$2.98 lb. Troyers Swiss ...........................$3.25 lb. Baby Swiss (Guggisberg).......$3.10 lb. Lacey Baby Mini Horn ............$2.98 lb. Farmers Mini Horn...................$2.85 lb. Muenster ...................................$2.65 lb. Marble Mini Horn ....................$2.65 lb. Colby Mini .................................$2.65 lb. Pepper Jack Mini ....................$2.65 lb.

Gray - Red - Royal Blue - Orange Burgandy - Light Green - Purple Light Blue - Dark Green - Tan Black - Brown - Yellow - Dark Blue

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Corn Hole Boards Painted $98.95 Corn Hole Boards Unpainted $71.95 Corn Hole Bags Set of 8 $13.95 Corn Hole Boards (Smaller Size) Unpainted $38.85

Pleasant Hill Country Store 8585 TR 656 • Fredericksburg, OH 44627

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Mon. 8:00-7; Tues.-Fri. 8:00-5; Sat. 8:00-3; Closed THuRSDAY & SunDAY

Off The Bone Ham (Honey Cured) ......................$3.15 lb. Virginia Ham .............................$2.68 lb. EZ Slice......................................$2.58 lb. Turkey Roll J.M. .......................$2.38 lb. Turkey Ham ...............................$2.65 lb. Turkey Breast ...........................$3.25 lb. Trail Bologna ............................$3.18 lb. Chopped Ham ...........................$1.69 lb. German Bologna ......................$1.69 lb.

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Nutritious foods produced naturally & locally And we also carry:

Contender Peaches • Blueberries Taking orders for Baby Gold & Red Haven Peaches 330-359-2129 10050032

Chemical-free veggies Grass-fed beef

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Peaches - Peaches - Peaches Are In Place Your Order’s For Contender’s & Red Haven Michigan Blue Berries! Watermelon’s - Cantaloupe’s, Local Sweetcorn Grape’s - Onion’s - Oranges - Lemon’s Grapefruit - Pineapples Head Lettuce - Cabbage - Cherries - Plus all Local Produce Available. NOTICE: Customer appreciation Day June 27th FREE Homemade Ice Cream - Peach or Strawberry Sunday’s Located 1½ mi. N. of Mt. Hope on SR 241 @ Stone Barn Furniture • 330-231-0983 Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9 am - 5 pm


Giant Campfire Marshmallows ..................99¢ Dk. Forest Blend Coffee (8 oz.) ..............................$2.09 Maxwell House Coffee (23 oz.) ............................$6.19 Hidden Valley Ranch Dip Mix ...99¢

Lots of Dog Treats!



Owners–Daniel & Esther Miller 3953 Twp. Rd. 414, Dundee 2 miles N. of Berlin off Rt. 62

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‘Art is Ageless’ entries sought through Aug. 10 printed directly from the “News and Events” page of the Walnut Hills website, www.walnuthillsliving. com.

For more information, contact Paula Miller, community relations coordinator, at 330-893-3200, Ext. 354.

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Walnut Hills Retirement Community is seeking entries for its second annual ‘Art is Ageless’ contest and exhibit, to be held Aug. 24-25. The contest is open to amateur artists age 55 or older who are residents of Holmes County. Artists may submit up to three entries, and there is no entry fee. All art must have been completed when the artist was 55 or older. The art categories are: paintings and drawings; photography; quilts and wall hangings; other soft crafts (needlework, etc.); woodworking; other hard crafts (ceramics, etc.); and miscellaneous (jewelry, wreaths, stamping, scrapbooking, etc). Awards will be presented in each category, and there will be an award for “Best of Show” and “People’s Choice.” Selected winning entries will also be featured in a 2013 Walnut Hills “Art is Ageless” wall calendar. Entry forms must be submitted by Aug. 10. The entry forms are available at Walnut Hills Retirement Community, located on Olde Pump Street in Walnut Creek; and at the West Fork Senior Center in Millersburg; or forms can be

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Flooring the store during the day. “We have a lot more Like the hardwood companies now, I can get refinishing, Hochstetler about anything and if it's performs most of the not in showroom, I can flooring work himself get it,” he added. — the measuring, instalOver the years, the lation, quoting and hand- Amish-owned business working— after discov- has grown to a 40-foot by ering that he has what it 120-foot showroom that takes to do the job right. Hochstetler says isn’t In fact, the store began large enough, as he deals in 1998 when Hochstetler with dozens of flooring hired contractors to build companies. his home. And if a contractor “They messed up a cou- wants to do the installaple times. I thought, I can tion themselves, Hochdo better than that,” said stetler sells his products Hochstetler. By watch- through retail. ing video tutorials and “We’ll let them use our attending training, Hoch- tools to do it if they buy it stetler learned the ins and from us,” he said. outs of the flooring busiOne thing that sets R.L. ness. Hochstetler Flooring “We’ve been doing it apart is a commitment to 16 years and we’ve been taking care of customers’ busy, busy, busy. It keeps needs, no matter the hour. getting busier every “We take care of cusyear,” said Hochstetler, tomers any time at night whose wife handles the (or on the weekend) if paperwork and billing they call for an appointand daughter manages ment,” said Hochstetler, (Continued From Page 1)

WET AND WILD — Luke Riney and Connor Schmit slide down the Rolling River by the Holmes County Courthouse during Thunder Over Millersburg Independence Day activities in Millersburg.

noting that more than 50 percent of sales happen during these hours. “It’s for people who work or for people who are busy,” he said. “My motto is, I treat people like I like to be treated.” Throughout the year, the store offers special prices on inventory, installation discounts and open house sales. Check with the store for specials. R.L. Hochstetler Flooring is located at 8919 E. Moreland Road, Apple Creek and is open Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Evenings and Saturdays by appointment. For more information or to set up an appointment, call the store at 330-6984818 or Hochstetler’s cell at 330-464-2312.

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Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

Calendar (Continued From Page 1) for the regular meeting. The location has been changed to Millersburg United Methodist Church, north side of U.S. route 62, in the community room.

Humane Society meeting is tonight Holmes County Humane Society will meet Thursday, July 12 at the New Life Center (formerly Grocery

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Berlin High School Reunion is July 21

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Hardy Township Trustees to meet Hardy Township trustees will meet Friday, July 20 at 9:30 a.m., Township Hall, 6118 Township Road 323, Millersburg. Note change of date.

handicapped accessible. Lunch will be served for $8 per person. Anyone planning to attend should contact The Berlin High Carol Alberts, 330-893School Reunion will be 2373- Winifred Huprich, held July 21, 1:30 p.m., 330-893-2123; or Faun at Carpenter’s Café, Brand, 330-893-2103. located inside Keim Lumber, state Route 557 in Charm. The facility is Holmes Retired

Teachers to meet

Since 1985

Holmes County Retired Teachers will meet Thursday, July 21, at 11:30 a.m. in the Lincoln Room at Hotel Millersburg. Karen Butt, past president of ORTA, will speak; Carol Remington, ORTA District IX representative, will also make remarks. Ordering will be off the menu, but call reservations by June 19 to Judy at 330-763-4031.

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Welcome Church of Christ will have a melon fest and singspiration July 29 with the melon fest to start at 6 p.m. and the singspiration at 7. The church is on Township Road 257.

August Glenmont Homecoming is Aug. 4 Glenmont Homecoming Festival will take place Aug 4. Barbecued chicken and pork dinner starts at 11 a.m. in the community center. Other events include a parade starting at 1 p.m. with line up starting at noon. Activities include kids games, mud volleyball, cornhole, co-ed softball tournament and a 5k run. For more information call Tennille at 330-763-1636.

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Tri-County Preschool, Holmes County, will have a free Community Screening Day for children ages 3-5 on Aug. 16. Speech and deveopment will be evaluated. Call 330-674-0246 to schedule an appointment.

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Church Gracia Burnham to speak

ed their guards, comforted their fellow hostages and kept their faith in a Share brunch with Gra- God who seemed to have cia Burnham and hear abandoned them.” This brunch is open to her speak at Dutch Valley Restaurant in Sugar- all ladies and is being creek on Saturday, July 14 sponsored by Valley View Community Church’s beginning at 9:30 a.m. Burnham is author of women’s ministry. Cost the New York Times best- for this event is $10, and selling book “In the Pres- seating is limited. Reserence of My Enemies” and vations are necessary and the popular new book may be made by calling “To Fly Again,” and is the church at 330-852founder of the Martin & 2273. Gracia Burnham will Gracia Burnham Foundaalso be speaking at the tion. While serving as mis- Family Life Center at sionaries in the Philip- Valley View Community pines, Gracia and her hus- Church in Sugarcreek on band, Martin, were kid- Sunday, July 22 at 6 p.m. napped by terrorists and This event is open to the spent the next 13 months public at no charge, and as hostages in the Philip- no reservations are necpine jungle. On June 7, essary. A freewill offering 2002 captivity ended for will be taken. these two missionaries in a violent rescue that left Martin Burnham dead Ice cream social and Gracia wounded. planned in Clark Their story of faith in the The Clark Community midst of terror and tragedy is known around the Church annual ice cream social will be held Saturworld. USA Today says of day, July 21, from 5-7 p.m. Martin and Gracia, “The Menu includes homeBurnhams, under tortur- made ice cream, hot dogs, ous conditions, befriend- chicken sandwiches, slop-

py joes, noodles, baked beans, potato or macaroni salad and pies. Cost is by donation with proceeds to benefit the Miley Building. To-go containers will be available. The church is on state Route 83 south of Millersburg, in Clark. Worship is Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

Tent revival meetings are July 22-29 Tent revival meetings will be held July 22-29 across from the Farmstead Restaurant (just north of Berlin) with evangelist Terry Myers from St. Joe, Ind. Weeknight services begin at 7:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday evenings begin at 7 p.m., and Sunday morning starts at 10 a.m. All are invited to attend. For more information call Ray Shaum at 330464-1261. Sponsored by the area conservative Mennonite churches.

Melon fest, singspiration is July 29 Welcome Church of Christ will have a melon fest and singspiration July 29 with the melon fest to start at 6 p.m. and the singspiration at 7. The church is on Township Road 257.

of Walnut Creek on Sept. 8. For tickets call 330-8523058. Tickets $33 and the price includes a family style dinner, gospel concert, tax and gratuity. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the concert is at 7 p.m.

Donations needed

Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store has recently opened at Brian Free and Assur- 7703-B state Route 241, ance dinner concert will just west of Mount Hope. be held in the lower level All proceeds will go to banquet facility at the Car- support the Ohio Wilderlisle Inn of Walnut Creek ness Boys Camp. Donations can be taken on Aug. 11. Tickets are $33 and include a family style to the store or dropped off dinner, gospel concert, tax at Ray Shaum’s located at 2678 S. Kohler Road, and gratuity. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Orrville. Call 330-857-5516 Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the or 330-464-1261 for more concert at 7 p.m. For tick- information. ets call 330-852-3058.

Concert will be Aug. 11

Browns dinner concert is Sept. 8 The Browns dinner concert event will be held in the lower level banquet facility at the Carlisle Inn

trained through sixthgraders. VBS will be July 16-20 with registration open at 5 p.m. and a light dinner served at 5:30. The program runs from 6-8 p.m. You may also register at either church or by contacting the LUMC office by phone, 419-994-4939 Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m.-noon or via email at office@loudonvilleumc. com.

Week of July 22 Community Vacation Bible School presents “Babylon: Daniel’s Courage in Captivity,” July 22-26 from 6:30-9 p.m. each evening. VBS will be held at Shreve United Methodist Church and is also sponsored by Shreve Christian Church and Shreve and Hopewell Presbyterian Churches. Register at any of the four sponsor churches Bible school or online at https://www. Week of July 15 g r o u p v b s. c o m / v b s / h l / Nashville and Loudon- s h r e v e c o m m u n i t y v b s. ville United Methodist You may also contact Churches will hold VBS SCVBS web registrar at the Nashville Church, Jeremy Burnison at 330302 Millersburg St., for 567-9394 or jeremyburnichildren who are potty

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burg, and Jim and Karen Community Card Padden of Steubenville. A card shower is being Great-grandparents are applications held in observance of Dale and Laura Roach, the 85th birthday (July Lou Henri and Andy available 13) of Arlene Miller. Her Baker, all of Killbuck, University of Akron address is 936 Bern St. and Charles Lesch of Wayne College’s library SW, Apt A, Sugarcreek, Wheeling, W.Va. has offered to provide OH 44681. community cards to HolCOLLIN TREY was mes County residents. New arrivals born June 24 at Wooster These items may be ETHAN JOSEPH was Community Hospital to delivered to the Holmes born June 8 to Jon and Jenna and James Coblentz County Higher EducaSarah (Gray) Nester of of Winesburg. He weighed 7 tion Center for easy pickFort Lauderdale, Fla. He pounds, 14 ounces and was up. To apply for the card weighed 8 pounds and 19 inches long. Grandparents are James and see card holder benwas 203⁄4 inches long. Grandparents are Rod- and Kathryn Beachy of Ber- efits, visit https://wayne. ney and Leslie Nester of lin and Robert and Esther u a k r o n . e d u / l i b r a r y / Wooster and Paul and Coblentz of Winesburg. or come into the CenSharon Gray of Millerstral Library in MillersA BOY, Koby Dilburg. Great-grandparents are Velma Baer of lon, was born June 18 burg for a paper form. Wooster, Paul and Twila at Wooster Community All applications must be Gray of Orrville and Eve- Hospital to David and returned to the Holmes Linda Miller of Wooster. County Library for prolyn Weiser of Burbank. He weighed 9 pounds, 12 cessing. For more information, A DAUGHTER, Claire ounces and was 19 1/2 Elizabeth, was born June inches long. He joins sib- contact Susan Corl at 33022 at Wooster Communi- lings, Ryan Drew, Karhl 674-5972, Ext. 227 or email ty Hospital to Mara and David and Lelah Irene. Grandparents are Harvey Brian Padden of Wooster. She weighed 7 pounds, and Sara Miller of Wooster 12 ounces and was 18 1⁄2 and Vernon and Mary Nis- Project to display inches long. She joins a ley of Fredericksburg. Great- old pictures of grandparents are Frannie sister, Hailey. Grandparents are Hostetler of Wooster, Ada Holmes County Teresa and Larry Loder, Hostetler and Eli Miller, “Our Town, Memories Bill Baker, all of Millers- both of Fredericksburg. of Holmes County Proj-

ect,” is an innitative to collect old pictures of an event or people in Holmes County. Residents are encouraged to share or donate their photos to the “Our Town” project. The images or scanned representations will be gathered in a book and shared at the Holmes County Library, as well as on its website. Contact Susan Corl at 330-674-5972 with questions or for more information.

Glenmont Alumni The Glenmont Alumni Banquet was held recently with 122 attending. Dinner was served by the Verna Troyer family. The banquet is held the first Saturday after Memorial Day for anyone who attended Glenmont School or those who taught there. To have your name put on the mailing list for next year, contact Sue Sponseller, 330-378-3235.

Bookmobile Monday — Hidden Acres School, 12:30-1:30 p.m.; Winesburg Public, 2-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Roy Miller, County Road 70, 1-1:45 p.m.; Vally View Wood, Township Road 166, 2-2:30 p.m.; Brush Run School, 2:45-3:15 p.m. Farmerstown, 3:45-6:45 p.m. Wednesday — Troyer Ridge School, Township Road 369, 9:15-10:15 a.m.; Marcus Millers, County Road 141, 10:45-11:15 a.m.; Greenhouse, County Road 140, 11:30 a.m.noon; Kauffman Diesel,

1-2 p.m.; James Miller, County Road 140, 2:152:45 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m. Thursday — Training Center-Workshop, 9:30-10:30 a.m.; Holmes Seniors-HCTC, 10:4511 a.m.; Holmes County Home, 1-2 p.m.; Sunshine Villa, 2:15-3:15 p.m.; P&G IGA, Killbuck, 3-6 p.m. Friday — Dan E. Raber, County Road 349, 9:15-10 a.m.; Andy Miller, Township Road 472, 10:30-11 a.m.; Joe Yoder, County Road 373, 11:15-11:45 a.m.; Roy Keim’s, County Road 75, 1-2 p.m.

Clubs Knights Gaming Society Knights of Gaming Board Gaming Society meets the third Saturday of the month from noon-6 p.m. at the Holmes County District Public Library, Millersburg.

Arts Council Holmes County Arts Community meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m., at Young Uniforms and Scrubs, Millersburg. Contact Phyllis Young 330-674-0676 or 1-866386-2026.

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Thursday, July 12, 2012 — 7

Dreams can be realized at any age “Dreams are renewable. No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born.” — Dale Turner. I was 34 when I entered college, and I assumed I would be the oldest student there. I was wrong. In one of my first classes, a speech class I think, there was a woman nearly old enough to be my grandmother. “I’ve raised my family,” she said, “and worked for the same company for 30 years. Most people I know at this stage of the game retire and rot away in a rocking chair somewhere. I’m not gonna do that. This is my retirement, going to college. It’s something I always dreamed of doing and I’m doing it. And I don’t give one care to what other people think.” This woman did not allow age, or society’s unwritten but largely abided

never have lived to see her dream come to fruition. The fact that she was a late-in-life phenomenon should be encouraging to those who feel their dreams will never be realized. Sometimes, rather than our dreams coming true in our own time, they come true in their own time with often years of hard work on our part. Painter Grandma Moses had spent years delighting family and friends with her watercolors. It wasn’t until quite late in her life that she became the wellknown painter. (Hence, the title “Grandma” Moses!) Tony Award-nominated and three time Emmy awarding-winning actress Elaine Stritch was well into her 50s before “acting” ever entered her resume. Even Angela Lansbury, TV’s beloved Jessica Fletcher of “Murder, She Wrote,” toiled in

frequent stage work but in relative obscurity until that treasured TV series, and with it world-wide fame, came along in her late 50s. Lots of sad and unfulfilled people reside in this world, mostly due to unfulfilled dreams. Our American culture does not value the wisdom and experience of our elder citizens, unlike eastern cultures where the elders are revered and treasured. In fact, I think most of the time we’d prefer they fade into the background after a certain age, believing they have lost their worth and productivity. We think their dreams have all been used up and terminated. This is simply not true. Within those rheumy and wise eyes are dreams still to come. Our dreams do not come, like coupons, with an expiration date. They are renewable and don’t expire until we do.

Programs and events at the Holmes County District Public Library include: “It’s a Piece of Cake” Pie and Cupcake Bakeoff — Adults and teens age 16 and up are invited expectations of her age, to participate in the pie stop her from seeking and cupcake bakeoff, dreams she’d left behind Saturday, July 21 from years ago to marry, have 1-3 p.m. at the Central children and build a Library. Professional bakcareer. Now, it was her ers and library staff are “turn.” not eligible to enter. ParOhio author Helen ticipants may enter one Hooven Santmyer had a dessert in each category. lifelong love of reading In addition to the prizes and writing. She’d writawarded by the judging ten a number of items, panel, there will also be a numerous that weren’t taster’s choice award for published, a few that each category voted on by were published in small the public. The local band, literary magazines for litHoneytown, will be pertle or no money. Yet she forming during this free persevered. When her event which is sponsored book … And Ladies of by the Friends of the the Club was published Holmes County Library. and became a bestseller Entry forms for the bake in the 1980s, Santmyer off can be picked up at was in her 90s! the Central Library or Had she given up on East Branch beginning in ever being a published, June. Deadline for enterand bestselling, author ing is July 13. Contact the too soon, she would library for more information at 330-674-5972, Ext. 208 or visit — Monster Mash Lockin, July 13-14, 7 p.m.-8 a.m., call 330-674-1886 dur- Grant Street, Walkup Street, Alexander Street, Holmes County District ing business hours. The Street, Hickory Street, South Crawford Street, Public Library, Millersburg. schedule is: Close Street, West Jones South School Street. Enjoy crafting sleep masks, Sunday — South Wash- Street, Uhl Street, East Thursday — South black-light T-shirts, zomington Street, South Mad Jones Street. Monroe Street, Rustic bie/creatures of the night Anthony Street, Glen Wednesday — North Acres, Oak Lane, South costumes and make-up. Drive, Parkview Drive. Clay Street, Wooster Clay Street, South Wash- Games will be available Monday — Massil- Road, Maxwell Avenue, ington Street, East Jack- to play, including Scrabble, lon Road to Critchfield Wise Street, Forlow son Street, West Jackson cheat, zombie tag and silent Street, Critchfield Street, Street, Sill Street, March- Street, Liberty Street, library. Registration and Hebron Street, St. Clair and Street, Woodland Clinton Alley, Massillon parental permission slips Street, East Jackson Drive, Hospital, Port Road from Critchfield are required. Call 330-674Street from School Street Washington Road, Fair- Street to north corpora- 5972 to register or for more to East Corporation Lim- view Avenue, East Adams tion limits. information. its, Lakeview Addition, Briar Lane. Tuesday — Clinton Street, North Monroe Street, North Washington Street, North Mad Supplier of: , LTD. Anthony Street, North

Millersburg to flush hydrants beginning Sunday The Millersburg Water Department will flush hydrants July 15-19, 8 p.m.-4 a.m. There could be agitation in the line causing discoloration of the water. Run cold water until the water is clear. The discoloration can be expected in some areas, but not necessarily in all locations. There may be intermittent low pressure while crews work. Crews performing the service will be in uniform complete with photo identification. For more information

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One-on-One eReader Help Sessions at the Central Library — The Holmes County Library is now offering one-onone help for those with ereader devices. Sessions will be up to 30 minutes showing patrons how to check out and download library ebooks and other digital media. Participants must have a valid Holmes County District Public Library card with an account in good standing. To set up an appointment call 330674-5972. Beginner Genealogy Discussion Group will meet the fourth Thursday of every month from 5:30-:730 p.m. at the Central Library, February through October. Have you always wanted to research your family history but were too overwhelmed by where to start? Join this beginner genealogy discussion group to talk about genealogy questions and issues. Registration is required as space is limited. Call 330-674-5972 or stop by the Help Desk to register.

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One man’s treasure becomes one woman’s trash “So let me get this straight,” she said. “You’re getting all bent out of shape about a stupid piece of foam?” With that simple sentence my wife fully implicated herself in the disappearance of one of my most useful pieces of sporting equipment. The truth was, I hadn’t yet gotten worked up about having misplaced the “simple” piece of foam padding which I had carefully hand-crafted to fit inside the string bag I carry on my back while bicycling to and from work every day. I hadn’t stressed about the loss of my precious invention — a combination moisture barrier (read that sweat), and insulating chest protector that has actually saved my skin on more than one occasion — because I figured I had just mislaid it and would likely happen

have scripted it. I gave no indication that I was on to her. Instead, I began a campaign to overwhelm her with guilt. “It wasn’t JUST another piece of foam,” I whimpered. “It was like a guardian angel to me.” I carried on like this for most of the weekend, shuffling slowly about the house, checking behind furniture, lifting couch cushions and looking mournfully off into the distance. At one point I picked up the empty string bag and turned it slowly over in my hands declaring that my missing foam had actually been “a little piece of my cycling soul!” “Oh, for goodness sakes, John!” she finally conceded. “Alright, alright! I took it! I thought it was just a piece of scrap and I packed it into a big box of markers, glitter and construction paper for the kids in the craft room at the Center for the Arts! I’m SORRY! I had no idea ...” “So what you’re telling me is that my cycling soul has been reduced to little more than a set of coasters or a decorative pot holder?” I whined, slumping dramatically to my knees. “I feel my life force slowly draining.” “Really, John!” she snort-

across it sometime very soon. Now, however, based entirely on the nonchalance with which Kristin addressed my “stupid piece of foam” I knew that she was entirely responsible. What she was essentially saying was this: “Yes, I found your piece of foam and thoughtlessly did something unspeakably terrible to it; therefore I’m going to do my best to convince you that it actually meant nothing to you.” Kristin is really not a very good liar, and I’ve actually seen this particular play so many times I could


ed. “It’s probably still sitting in that box along with everything else. If it really means that much to you I’ll check when I arrive at work on Monday!” This was, of course, just another play from the Kristin Handbook: Tell him what he wants to hear and by Monday morning all will be forgotten. I called her at work on Monday afternoon. “So, did you check on my beloved foam?”

She hung up the phone and rushed toward the room just in time to find the craft leader lifting my foam from the box before a wide-eyed crowd of safety-scissor wielding 5-yearolds, every one of them bent on mincing anything they could get their little hands on into lopsided triangles, circles and squares! Despite widespread sighs of disappointment, Kristin apologetically retrieved my well-traveled piece of trash

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and I’m relieved to report that it has since resumed life as an indispensable part of my cycling wardrobe! (For a look at a real-life photo of the foam that caused the fuss, and plenty of other goofy things, check out my Facebook page: JohnLorsonSendHelp and be sure to “like” me while you’re there!)

Immunization clinics The Holmes County Health Department offers children’s immunization clinics at various sites throughout Holmes County on a monthly basis. Immunizations are offered to anyone 0-18 years of age at no costMedicaid cards and donations are accepted. Below are the scheduled clinics in Holmes County: — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Walnut Creek, Tuesday, July 24, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — St. John’s Lutheran Church, 8084 State Route 241, Mount Hope, Wednesday, July 18, 8:3011:30 a.m. — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, Wednesday, July 25, 8:3011:30 a.m.

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The County Line Historical Society will hold an open house during Shreve Homecoming, July 13, 6-8 p.m.; and July 14, noon-3 p.m. and 6-8 p.m.; at the museum, 281 N. Market St. (the former Grosjean Tin Shop). On display will be new collections of local history preserved and displayed by the society. There will be no admission charge during the homecoming, although donations will be accepted. Fred Donley will show the only known Flintlock and one of two known Franck muzzle loading rifles. Also featured will be at least a dozen rare Wayne Countymade muzzle loading rifles.

Miller museum to be open July 14

tractors, trucks and cars, as well as collection of paintings of trains and steel mills by Roger L. Debnar.

Baiwoop Festival to be held July 28 The second annual Baiwoop Art and Music Festival will take place at Secrest Arobertum on the grounds of the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster, on July 28, noon-8 p.m. Baiwoop has been organized in an effort to showcase the work of local artists and musicians, and to support the ongoing recovery efforts of Secrest

Arboretum from the 2010 tornado damage. In addition to artist displays, there will be live and interactive demonstrations, including a Youth Activity Booth sponsored by STEPS and Every Woman’s House; performances by area musicians; a large drum circle; vinyl record sales; and food vending provided by local restaurants. A silent auction, featuring the work of local artists, will be held from 3-6 p.m. All proceeds will go toward the arboretum fund. For more information on the free event, contact Matt Shultzman at mattshultzman@yahoo. com or 330-465-1152.


The Ken Miller Supply Oil, Gas, Car, Truck and Agriculture Museum, 7920 Shreve Road, will be open noon-3 p.m. on July 14. The museum houses a vast collection of early gas pumps, drilling machinery,

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Hotel Millersburg Courtyard Music 7-10 p.m. Thumbs McGee

School briefs

July 13:

28 Annual Great Mohican Pow-Wow Mohican Reservation Campground 23270 Wally Rd., Loudonville (740) 599-6631

Preschool to hold screening day Tri-County Preschool, Holmes County, will have a free Community Screening Day for children ages 3-5 on Aug. 16. Speech and deveopment will be evaluated. Call 330674-0246 to schedule an appointment.

Higher Education Center offering classes The University of Akron Wayne College Holmes County Higher Education Center will offer a courses in July, ranging from a workshop for young writers to a beginning Spanish class for those ages 15 through adult. Classes will be held at the Holmes County Center, 88-B E. Jackson St., Millersburg, and will include: See Pg. 10 — SCHOOL

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Girls Night Out St. John’s Church of Millersburg Event is from 5:30 - 8p.m. 8670 SR. 39, Millersburg


Music on the Square Holmes County Bluegrass Berlin, OH

Glenmont Homecoming is Aug. 4

coln Highway in Ohio, will take place Aug. 9, 10 and 11. The event jumps across the border to West Virginia, Glenmont Homecom- with parts of Indiana, ing Festival will take place Illinois and Iowa’s LinAug 4. Barbecued chicken coln Highway commuand pork dinner starts nities as well. at 11 a.m. in the commuShoppers determined nity center. Other events to find just about anyinclude a parade starting at thing will have over 1 p.m. with line up starting 1,000 sales in Ohio at noon. Activities include alone to rummage kids games, mud volleyball, through. cornhole, co-ed softball A free Travelers tournament and a 5k run. Guide, featuring a For more information call map of the byway’s Tennille at 330-763-1636. sometimes two parallel paths across Ohio, will be available to BUY-WAY travelers at businesses Yard Sale set along the corridor. The official byway website, for Aug. 9-11 w w w. h i s t o r i c b y w a y. The eighth annual com, lists the locations BUY-WAY Yard Sale, where the guides will held along the Lin- be available as well as

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The McKamey’s Gospel Concert Amish Door Restaurant 1210 Winesburg Rd., Wilmont (888) 852-7436

Firetruck Slide

Hotel Millersburg Courtyard Music 7-10 p.m. Good Company Dominic Greco Band Performance Pavillion behind Fire Dept., Sugarcreek (330) 852-4113


Smokey Lane Cowboy Race S Bar L Rodeo - 5:30pm $5.00 admission 686 Smokey Lane Rd., Sugarcreek (330) 204-6012 Fundraiser for the West Fork Sunday Bingo Special Dinner at 2 p.m. • Bingo at 3 p.m. Call Georgie or Penny for more info 330-674-0580

many of the yard sale sites and other attractions, including restaurants and motels. Shoppers may also follow the byway’s Facebook page. An online scavenger hunt, a contest that prompts participants to find a list of items, photograph them and e-mail the photo to the webmaster for their entry, will again be part of the three-day event. The three top drawn entries of completed collections will receive “fun things to do for a year” along the ‘Lincoln,’ including overnight stays, tickets to attractions, gift certificates and free dinners. A list of prizes and donors is available on the website.

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A mom’s memory moment filed away for keeps We run from here to there and everywhere

VOLLEYBALL GAMES Friday Night, August 17th 6:30 p.m. Baltic Homecoming


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in between, filling our summer days with activities that capture the essence of childhood before it wisps away in a warm breeze. It is, quite frankly, exhausting. My head spins. I find myself buying energy drinks just so I don’t nod off on the washing machine holding a baseball uniform that had to be washed for the third time in as many days. I sound too often like a drill sergeant, barking out chore orders and camp schedules until I’m hoarse, and I haven’t been able to read a children’s bedtime story in completion because the soft tone of my weary

voice puts me to sleep long before the children. It comes to no surprise to me that when I actually stop and listen to the children that I have had the pleasure to raise, I come across what I like to call a “memory moment.” I remember reading some magazine article way back in high school about taking a mental photograph and actually saying the word “click” and blinking your eyes. The action of the blink and the sound of the click were supposed to help you hang onto that image forever. It can work, and I know this because I remember telling my friend about it.

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— Young Writers Workshop, July 16, 18, 23 and 25, 9 a.m.-noon. Cost is $35; Writers Roundtable, July 17 and 24, 6-8 p.m. Cost is $20.

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his room to put away his clothes and the piles of whatever boy things clutter from wall to wall. He was behind closed doors, working diligently. (Or so I thought.) My youngest was sentenced to my bathtub, where she was contained in my room so that for once I could put a dent in my closet and bathroom. She constantly served me bubble bath lemonade, coffee, and loudly sang out her best rendition of the old camp song, “Granny’s in the Cellar.” So there I was, scrubbing a bathroom counter and drinking tea, listening to camp songs and the flute when in danced my son, looking a bit larger than normal. “Guess how many pairs of underwear I have on?!?! Come on, guess!” The flute player came rushing in, the kid in the bathtub craned her neck, and we all stood in awe while he counted. Twenty-three pairs of less than comfortable underwear, which was a lot funnier for us than him when he couldn’t get them off. And then, right then, I said “click” and blinked my eyes. I filed the whole memory moment in a special folder marked, “it doesn’t get any better than this.” Contact Karrie and read more at www.Karrie

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We were driving through Cuyahoga Valley, just before Brandywine Ski Resort. Poof! A memory moment! But back in real life, the thought of even thinking of making a memory moment is something I don’t make the time for. Just recently, however, I was absolutely reminded of these moments and how much I would love to have a whole book of them, stashed away in my heart. I’m proud to say that I have my first entry. ... It was a summer day too hot to go outside. The kids were tired of running through the sprinkler and I decided it would be good to capitalize on the dangerous heat. They hadn’t had a bath in days that didn’t involve a hose, as the laundry baskets had piled up higher than the dust bunnies. So we had a good day of inside work and clean up. I sent them all to separate places, knowing well enough that if any two were together, mass chaos would ensue. My eldest who has poise beyond her years, took to her bedroom and quietly practiced her flute, which makes the first layer of the memory moment — a closed door with the faint whisper of “Hot Cross Buns” ringing through it. My son, a boy who loves to clean as much as his mother, was sent to

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As a busy mom, I tend to lump seconds into minutes, minutes into hours, and then I just count the hours until they are all sound asleep and I can finally put up my feet without hearing “Mom? Mom? Hey Mom! Mom! Mom!”

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Register as soon as possible as class size is limited.; call the Holmes County Higher Education Center at 330-674-2514. The classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Wait! What was that word you just said? By BARB LUMLEY A recent article in the newspaper referred to the use of vulgarities by some of our politicians in office today when speaking in public. Leaders of our cities and states have been using inappropriate language, even though they were aware that microphones were on and broadcasting their words. These are people who lead our country and who we are supposed to look up to and respect. I was always told

that people who swore and used vulgar words did so because they weren’t smart enough to think of the proper words to use. If that is true, what does that say about those politicians in office or running for office? I was taught, as a child, that swear words were bad and should never be used, and they were seldom heard in my home. My father was a patient man and had to be in a very frustrating and stressful situation

to swear, but once in awhile, when he was working on the farm, bad things would happen and he used a few words. My mom always knew when that took place, as dad’s Border Collie, King, would come to the house and lay down on the porch. That was the only time he would leave my dad’s side. Dad always said he was meant to be a preacher’s dog! In this day and age the words that come out of some children’s and

teenagers’ mouths are terrible. The term used for that is “potty mouth.” When I was growing up a “potty mouth” would have been thoroughly washed out with a bar of soap! The use of profanity in school would have resulted in being sent home and told not to come back. Standards are relaxing. Words once never allowed on television are now common place. Now you are just as likely to hear the same words uttered by a woman or a

child as used to be only from a man. Profanity is used by the so called “stars” of the movie and music industry, giving our children the impression that the use of those words makes them “tough” and “important.” There used to be a lot of words used in place of profanity, words like “darn,” “phooey,” “fiddlesticks,” “shoot,” “heck,” “shucks” and more. Often people, and especially parents, would make up words

or phrases to use when faced with problems and frustration. There are still many people highly offended by the use of profanity. Is there any benefit to using improper speech? Why not just learn the proper and correct language? And as for the politicians running for office, if you want the respect of the people, lose the profanity and offensive language! Show us you are deserving of our votes! Dare to be different.

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Water (Continued From Page 12) — Consider drip or micro-irrigation for shrubs and ground covers. Rather than spray large areas with aboveground sprinklers, drip irrigation utilizes emission devices to deliver desired volumes of water to particular locations at or near plant root zones. Water drips slowly from emitters either onto the soil surface or below ground. Less water is lost due to wind and evaporation as a result, and weeds can also be reduced. — Look for rebates. Many water utilities offer rebates for certain water-efficient products. Before upgrading your system, check with your local water provider for opportunities for free and discounted products. Consider an irrigation professional — Have your irrigation system audited. Hire a qualified professional to conduct a system review and uniformity test to ensure areas are being watered evenly and appropriately, and make

necessary adjustments. Certified irrigation professionals have the training and skills to offer insight into unique watering challenges and can be located at Find_a_Certified_Professional.aspx. — Upgrade or invest in a new irrigation system. A water-efficient system requires a good design, quality components, proper installation and maintenance. Licensed and certified professionals can offer expert advice and services. Although July is officially designated Smart Irrigation Month by the Irrigation Association and a number of states, it makes sense to promote smart irrigation every month of the year. Each individual effort makes a difference that results in more beautiful, productive and water-efficient landscapes for everyone to enjoy while conserving one of our most precious natural resources. For more information and helpful tips, visit

The guy’s guide to mulch many different mulch types. Some contain leaves and bark that decompose, breaking down over time, while others are pebbles or shredded tires. The available varieties of materials are diverse and nearly limitless. The varieties of mulch that break down are beneficial to the nutritional make-up, or tilth, of soil. Ingredients commonly used for beneficial mulching materials are: bark or wood chips, leaves, grass clippings, straw or hay, newspaper, pine needles, cocoa shells and compost. When selecting mulch, realize that not all mulches are the same. In the past, you may have laid mulch only to see it start to fade in a matter of weeks. This

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(ARA) — One of the manly rites of spring, designed to impress the neighbors, is a fresh layer of mulch. But, did you know that it can also help prevent erosion and discourage weeds in the garden? Mulch is an invaluable ingredient to a successful growing season — so much more than shredded bark sprinkled around the base of an ornamental tree each spring. Get the facts on mulch to impress all the neighbors and have a great looking landscape to boot. What is mulch? Just like the leaf layer found on a forest floor, mulch is a covering that can benefit both plants and soil. Consider the

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beneficial organisms. — If heavy rains or soil erosion is an issue, mulch can help reduce these effects. — Weeds will find it more difficult to grow in a mulched area, as the mulch helps to block weed growth and access to the sun. How much do I need? It is easy to determine how much mulch you will need using the online mulch calculator from Scotts. Measure the bed size and the calculator does the rest. Then, when spreading high quality mulch, like Scotts Nature Scapes Advanced, take your favorite cold beverage, draw a line around the can about two to three inches from the bottom, and use it to spread mulch to the appropriate measured level. When should I use mulch? Mulch can be applied anytime, but it is best to spread it out early See Pg. 17 — MULCH

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Insight Archery is holding a special sale July 16-21 in observance of its 10-year anniversary. hunting clothes and supplies as just a few of the store's offerings. “We are the biggest PSE Archery dealer in Northeast Ohio. That means a lot to us and a lot to our customers.” With a focus on customer service, the store's dedicated staff is here to help. “We literally try to fix anyone's problems. We're an actual pro shop — We give someone our knowl-

edge and experience about what they are buying,” said Mullet.“We can set up your equipment to maximum capability. If you have your bow set up as well as it's going to be, you're going to shoot better. And that's what everyone wants.” The store carries every bow in the PSE Archery line, including compound bows, cross bows, Pro Series bows, ready-to-

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shoot bows, field ready bows, accessories, tools and more. “We have anything related with archery and hunting. Our shop is a pro shop that not only specializes in archery and bow hunting, but also in target archery,” said Hunt. In fact, many Insight Archery staff members compete in archery at the national level, adding first-


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By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer For the best of all things archery, shooters are invited to Insight Archery's 10-year anniversary sale on July 16-21. In 2002, the then 22-yearold Jerry Mullet started the one stop archery shop in his small garage from the ground up. “We've grown from being a tiny little one-room shop to having a 3,500-square foot showroom and shooting range,” said Mullet. “We've been here for a year and a half and we've expanded our inventory, created our own range and expanded the possibilities.” To celebrate 10 years of commitment to serving the local and regional archery community, Insight Archery will hold a sixday store-wide sale, offering a 10 percent discount on everything in the store. Whether a customer is interested in bow hunting or archery, Insight Archery has the tools of the trade. “If it's archery, we've got it,” said Store Manager Steven Hunt, listing target stabilizers, target arrows, bow fishing supplies and

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(Continued From Page 15) to ask questions. You learn a lot of information from other shooters.” Recently, more and more people are taking advantage of these lessons, as well as the many other services available at the store, added Hunt. “The sport of archery is growing so much. Just in the past week, we set up bows for three to four people who are new to archery,” he said. “A lot of people used to see archery as only a hunting

sport, but archery is a recreational sport for both indoor and outdoor.” Archers have several options of competition at their fingertips. “There are so many different levels of archery in terms of competition, styles and teams you can choose to play,” said Hunt, noting that some local events involve spot shooting indoors, while others involve taking aim at a 3D foam animal. Outside events require archers to hit a target anywhere from 15 feet to 80 yards. With an indoor range on the premises, Insight Archery also provides

shooters with the space to hone their skills. The 20-yard range is composed of 10 lanes that can hold up to 20 shooters at once. In addition, customers can get their bows into top condition for hunting season, competition or recreational use. “We tune bows, we set up bows and we do it all in a very professional manner. By the time you're leaving, your bow is tuned and ready to go,” said Hunt. As a full-scale archery pro shop, the store stocks an extensive supply of equipment while offering the best in service and customer care.

The store's wide-ranging customer base is a testament to this, said Hunt. “We have a customer base that comes from all around the state of Ohio and a few that come to our shop from out of state, some who drive all the way from Pennsylvania to our shop simply because we are the best shop around,” he said. “We are a phenomenal shop. There are not a lot of shops that can do what we can do and supply the customer service that we can.” Insight Archery is located at 3149 state Route 39, next to America's Best Bowstrings behind the Amish Country Theater. For more information call 330-8932269. Business hours are Monday-Wednesday noon8 p.m., Thursday-Friday noon-6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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Holmes to begin Killbuck bridge-raising project soon By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer Moving a step closer to fixing a problem that’s plagued Killbuck for ages, Holmes County commissioners on Monday, July 9 awarded the bid to elevate state Route 60 between the bridge at the Killbuck Creek and Main Street. The lowest of two submitted bids, a contract is to be signed with Menuez Excavating & Construction, which submitted a bid of $149,048.25. The offer was significantly lower than the only other bid of $176,290.70, which was submitted by Melway Paving, according to Arnold Oliver, director of the Holmes County Planning Commission, which administers the $165,150 Community Development Block Grant that is paying for the project.

Oliver said he was surprised to receive only two bids since five contractors paid $100 each to take out plans for the project. Nevertheless, he said, he looks forward to working with Menuez, which not only submitted the lower bid, but has provided quality work for the county in the past. The goal of the project, which includes a $5,000 match from Killbuck, is to raise the 235-foot section of road two feet, said Oliver, explaining the area historically floods between two and three times a year and remains impassable for several days and even up to several weeks at a time. The detour, he said, is not only inconvenient for motorists, but increases response time for emergency vehicles and prevented students from attending school.

Furthermore, he said, the high water represents a risk to motorists who, unaware of the depth, attempt to cross, and may get swept away in a moving current. The county was unsuccessful in obtaining an extra $100,000 from the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District to raise the roadway. Oliver said he expects work to begin in the coming two weeks, and he believes, optimistically, it could be finished by the end of August. In an unrelated matter, Oliver reported the county applied to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office for $100,000 through the Moving Ohio Forward program. The focus of the program is to help vacate areas of slum and blight, he said, noting, if awarded, grant money would

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Obituaries James Eisinger Memorial services for Ja m e s Eisinger will be held Satu r d a y, July 14 at Hiland H i g h School Auditorium n e a r Berlin. The service will begin at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. Jacqueline McMillen officiating. The longtime Hiland

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Betty L. (Hipp) Jones, 87, of Green, passed away June 26, 2012, after a short illness. Betty was born in Greer, grew up in Millersburg and was an Akron area resident since 1943. She graduated from People’s Hospital School of Nursing and worked in the nursing field for almost 40 years. She was a 65-year member of Firestone Park United Methodist Church and Methodist Women, the Firestone Park AARP, Seniors, Primetimers and Coventry Grandmothers Club. Drake Kopp, 20 Betty also loved travelDrake A. Kopp, 20, with the Rev. Church Jar- ling around the world and 2973 Millersburg Road, vis officiating. Burial was seeing all the sights with Wooster, in East Lawn Cemetery, her travel groups. died SatSugarcreek. Betty was preceded in u r d a y, Arrangements were death by her husband July 7, handled by Smith-Varns Llewellyn; a sister, Doro2012, at Funeral Home in Sugar- thy Lydic; and a brother, his resicreek. Gerald Hipp. dence. He was b o r n May 28, 1992, in Canton to Terri (Parson) Kopp of Wooster and the late Donald A. Kopp. He was a 2011 graduate of Garaway High School, where he played football, basketball and track. Surviving are his mother, Terri Kopp, and her fiance, Jeff Jester of Wooster; brothers Dakota and Dillon and a sister Claudia, all of the home; and grandparents, Arlene Parson of New Philadelphia and Howard Kopp of New Dawn Nursing Home in Dover. Services were Wednesday, July 11 at Sugarcreek First United Church of Christ, 526 W. Main St.,

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science teacher also coached the academic quiz team and taught science at the Mount Hope School. Jim and his family lived on a small farm near Walnut Creek. His children, Melissa, Jennifer and Andy attended East Holmes Schools and graduated from Hiland High School. In 1997, Jim moved to Arizona, where he lived until his sudden death last fall. A complete obituary was published in The Daily Record on Sept. 30, 2011.

Surviving are a son, Donald L. (Jeanette), and daughters, Joanne (Herb) McHenry and Judith (Milo) Curtiss; grandchildren, Erin (James) Polulach, Michael (Diana) Curtiss, Ben Jones, Patrick Kuryla, Bryan McHenry and Meredith Curtiss; brothers, John and Delmar Hipp; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service s were Monday, July 2 at Schermesser Funeral Home, 600 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Road, Akron 44319 (state Route 619), with the Rev. Patricia Christ officiating. Interment was at Greenlawn Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made in Betty’s name to Firestone Park United Methodist Church, 250 N. Firestone Park Blvd., Akron 44301.

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Obituaries step-great-grandchildren; nieces and caretakers, Elizabeth and Fannie Miller; five nephews and eight nieces; a brother, John L. Raber of Baltic; a sister, Mattie (Eli B.) Miller of Millersburg; and a sister-in-law, Lizzie Raber of Millersburg. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; two brothers; a sister; and three stepsons and a stepdaughter. Funeral services were Friday, June 29 at 9 a.m. in the Yoder residence, with Bishop Henry Stutzman officiating. Burial was in Stutzman Cemetery, Mechanic Township, Holmes County. Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek handled arrangements.

Verna Troyer, 95 Verna J. Troyer, 95, of 11293 Salt Creek Road, Fredericksburg, died Saturday, July 7, 2012 at her home following a period of declining health. She was born in Holmes County on July 14, 1916 to the late Joe E. and Bena (Gingerich) Kline and married Ben D. Troyer on Dec. 15, 1941. He died Sept. 25, 1979. She was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. She is survived by a

daughter, Edna Troyer of the home; a sister, Alma (Eli) Hershberger of Berlin and a brother, Sam Kline of Elizabeth. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Ira. Funeral services were held on Monday, July 9 at the family home with Bishop Levi Weaver officiating. Burial was in the Petersheim Cemetery in Salt Creek Township, Wayne County.

Emma Lou Weaver, 85, of Wooster, died peacefully at home on Tuesday, June 26, 2012, after a lengthy illness. Emma was born Dec. 12, 1926, in Holmes C o u n t y, the daughter of the late David and Arie ( Tr o y e r ) Yo d e r , and married Dan A. Weaver on Nov. 26, 1946. He survives. She and her husband operated a farm until retiring in 1979, and she had also worked at the William Annat Co. for 10 years. She was a member of Grace Brethren Church, Wooster and enjoyed quilting, gardening and spending time with her family. She will be remembered as a wonderful cook, and had made her home on Hoy Road, Fredericksburg from 1979-2010, when she moved to Wooster. Surviving in addition to her husband, are children Ray (Anita) Weaver of

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Verba E. Yoder, 69, of Sarasota, Fla., died Saturday, June 23, 2012, from a declining heart condition. Surviving are a son, Marion Yoder, of Sugarcreek; grandsons Ryan (Apryl) Yoder, Cody Yoder and Colin Yoder, all of Sugarcreek; and great grandchildren Skylar and Nevaeh Yoder, both of Sugarcreek; sisters Mary (Joe Jr.) Miller and Anna Mae (the late Gideon) Raber, both of Sugarcreek; a brother, Eli (Clara) Yoder, of Sugarcreek; a sister-in-law, Velma Yoder, of Indiana; and 12 nephews and nine nieces. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ervin and Iva Yoder; a

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erty at a residence on County Road 318 in Ripley Township. July 3 — Fraud was reported at a residence on state Route 83 in Prairie Township. July 4 — Information was taken in reference to criminal damaging on Township Road 606 in Paint Township. July 5 — Theft was reported on North Water Street in Killbuck. July 6 — A report was taken of criminal damage to property on Township Road 652 in Salt Creek Township. July 8 — Theft was reported from a business on state Route 39 in Hardy Township.

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Anna Marie Hofstetter, 86, Kidron, passed away Sunday, July 8, 2012, at Aultman Orrville Hospital after a period of declining health. She was born near Kidron on Dec. 12, 1925, to the late Dan I. and Edna H. (Amstutz) Nussbaum and married Roy Hofstetter on Sept. 27, 1970. He died June 18, 1992. She had lived all of her life in the Kidron area and was a member of Kidron Mennonite Church and the women’s sewing group of the church. Surviving are a stepdaughter, Myrna (Russell) Neiswander of Sugarcreek; five grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; sisters Ella Horst of Kidron and Lydia Geiser of Upper Sandusky; and a brother, John Nussbaum of Dalton. In addition to her husband and parents, she was

preceded in death by a sister, Pauline Miller; brothers Wilson, Lester, Lee and Aaron Nussbaum; and a stillborn brother. Funeral services will be Friday, July 13 at 11 a.m. at Kidron Mennonite Church, with pastor Carl Wiebe officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call today (Thursday, July 12) from 6-8 p.m. at the church or one hour prior to services on Friday at the church. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, is handling arrangements. A memorial website has been created by the funeral home and may be accessed at where you may share a memory or sign the guest book. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Kidron Mennonite Church Charity Fund, P.O. Box 232, Kidron 44636; or Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.

Dan Troyer, 67 Dan J. Troyer, 67, 10700 Township Road 523, Shreve, died Friday morning, June 29, 2012, at his home from lung cancer. He was born Aug. 10, 1944, in Wayne County, the son of Jacob R. and Fannie (Miller) Troyer, and married Susie Mast on Sept. 9, 1976. She survives. He was a member of the Old Order Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Lester (Erma) Troyer of Millersburg and Lovina (Mark) Weaver of Holmesville; stepchildren, Roy (Lovina Sue) Weaver of Shreve, David (Carrie Ann) Weaver of Millersburg and Wayne (Laura) Weaver of Holmesville; seven grandchildren; 25 step-grandchildren; brothers, Eli (Katie)

Troyer, Aden (Clara) Troyer and Sanford Troyer, all of Fredericksburg, Rudy (Fannie) Troyer of Millersburg, Noah (Barbara) Troyer of Holmesville and Jacob Jr. (Edna) Troyer of Apple Creek; and sisters, Barbara (Alfred) Schlabach of Orrville, Anna Troyer of Fredericksburg and Erma Yoder of Middlefield. He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Amanda Troyer; two infant sisters; an infant brother; and a brother-in-law, Roy Yoder. Services were July 1 at 9 a.m. at the residence, with Bishop Emanuel J. Miller officiating. Burial was in Yoder Cemetery, Prairie Township. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, handled arrangements.

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of Dundee; a sister-inlaw Elizabeth Weaver; 52 grandchildren; and 53 great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Fannie Coblentz; a son and daughter-in-law, Lester and Esther Weaver; grandsons, Joseph, Stephen, Brian and Jacob; brothers, Monroe, Emanuel and Eli; and sisters, Ada and Barbara. Services were July 4 at the Weaver residence; burial was in Yoder C e m e t e r y, Wa l n u t Creek Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek.

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past three years as well as for the Richland County Humane Society. She was a member of Perrysville Baptist Church, the Ohio River Branch of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and was vice-president of the Friends of the Reserve Guard of Mansfield.  She is survived by her parents David and Jane Sheaffer of Lakeville; her aunts and uncles, Joyce and Curt Frase of Chattanooga, Tenn., Sarah Austin and Kevin Hall of Loveland and her cousins, Joshua and Deanne Frase, Mandi and Mark Lessie and Ashley Hall. She was preceded in death by her brother, Jonathan David Sheaffer and her grandparents, Milo and Juanita Sheaffer and Jack and Ruth Webb. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, July 11 at Byerly-Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville, with the Rev. Howard Burnett officiating.  Burial was in Fairview Cemetery, Wayne County.  The family requests memorial contributions be given to the Gideons Society International, P.O. Box 5, Ashland, OH 44805. 

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Mabel Hershberger, 64, Wooster, formerly of Mount Eaton, passed a w a y Saturday morning, June 30, 2012, at SummaBarberton Hospital, Barberton, after a short illness. She was born Feb. 16, 1948, in Millersburg, the daughter of Oran and Anna (Miller) Hershberger. Surviving are her father, Oran, and her stepmother, Susan, of Berlin; sisters Elsie Carper of Lake City, Fla., Ruth (Dan) Weaver of Berlin and Mary Jane (Roy) Kline of Walnut Creek; and brothers Bert (Leona) of Millersburg and Paul (Linda) of Pleasantville, Tenn. Her mother, Anna, brothers-in-law and a niece died previously. She was baptized and a member of the former Calvary Chapel of Mount Eaton, and also attended Heartland Christian Center

in Wooster. Mabel enjoyed going to Nick Amster Workshop and most mornings asked if the bus was coming or if she had work. She had many friends there among her peers and supervisors. She had lived in the Starcher Group Home for more than 20 years and developed close friendships there with her housemates. She had a passion for playing the board game, Sorry, and won most of the time. She also loved crossword puzzles, coloring, reading, fairs and festivals, live music, drinking pop and listening to the radio. Mabel will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. May she be free to sing, dance, laugh and love. Services were Thursday, July 5, at Pleasant View Church, 3391 U.S. Route 62, Millersburg, with pastor Levi Sommers officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg.

Lucille Hershberger, 79 Lucille Fern (Schmucker) Hershberger, 79, Berlin, passed a w a y M o n d a y, July 2, 2012, at Au l t m a n Hospital in Canton, with family members at her side. She was born Aug. 10, 1932, in Louisville, to the late Howard and Verna (Miller) Schmucker. After graduating from Louisville High School, where she was homecoming queen, she married Loren “Piney” Hershberger on June 9, 1950. They moved to Walnut Creek, where the lived for seven years and then resided in Louisville for the next 45 years. As a long-time member of Beech Mennonite Church, she delighted in teaching Sunday School to preschoolers and serving on the hospitality committee. She enjoyed selling Avon and Stanley products and won many awards for her high sales. As a member of Skyland Pines Golf Course, she enjoyed golfing and socializing with the lifelong friends she made there. Lucy also was an avid gardener, but most of all cherished spending time with her children and grandchildren — especially playing

card games. For more than 12 years, she enjoyed spending her winters with Piney at Ocean Isle Beach, N.C., where they played golf and sang in the choir at their church. In 2003, she moved back to Holmes County, and became a member of Walnut Creek Mennonite Church. Lucy and Piney became huge Hiland Hawk fans and rarely missed any games. She was preceded in death by brothers, Ian and Leon Schmucker; a sister, Shirley Hein; and a granddaughter, Grace Hershberger. Surviving are her beloved husband of 62 years, Loren “Piney” Hershberger; children Greg (Lois) Hershberger of Columbia, Pa., Terry (Julia) Hershberger of Republic, Wash., Barry (Tanya) Hershberger of Canton and Gail (Scott) Thompson of Sparta; a brother, Sheldon (Blanche) Schmucker of Millersburg; a sister, Lorene (Randy) Lemond of Bradenton, Fla.; 13 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Lucy’s smile and twinkling eyes will be missed but not forgotten. Funeral services were Saturday, July, 7 at the Light in the Valley Chapel, 4150 Township Road 162, off Route 39, Sugarcreek, with the Rev. Don Hamsher officiating. Burial was in Walnut Creek Mennonite Church Cemetery.

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Bullpen key to Tribe’s first-half success Heat, and slow pace get the best of me This past week, The Daily Record Golf Challenge visited Fire Ridge, right here in Millersburg, so I was hoping for a good showing while golfing with the three competitors. My day started out with a par, and four holes later, I landed a 7-iron within inches of the cup for a first-ever birdie on No. 5. I added two more pars, including another chip within inches on No. 9, to take a 43 into the turn, probably one of the best rounds I’ve ever played on the front nine at Fire Ridge. And I was so looking forward to the back nine, where I usually play so much better than the front. But reality has a way of bringing me down to earth in a hurry. While the Daily Record Challengers were gracious about the slow pace and the brutal heat, I let it get to me on the back nine. It started off nice enough, with a par on the par-3 10th, but it was all downhill from there. A triple-bogey on my favorite hole (the easiest hole on the course, the 314-yard par-4, 13th), thanks to a trip to the beach and then a threeputt, began my downward spiral. I did manage to par the next hole, and bogey 15, but a triple on 16, complete with two trips to the beach (one on the drive and another off the green), coupled with fatigue from the heat and some tired, achy bones, led to my weak finish of 7-7-9. My tee shot on 18 hit the trees but bounced back into the fairway. Unable to take advantage of the golf gods’ favor, I chunked my next shot into the ravine. See Pg. 24 — LYNCH

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer As the Cleveland Indians begin the second half of the season this week following the All-Star break, here are a couple observations from the first half. TEAM STRENGTH — When the trio of relievers Joe Smith, Vinnie Pestano and Chris Perez all appear in the same game, the Indians are 14-2. Heading into Thursday’s game with Tampa Bay, Perez has converted 23 straight save opportunities. His lone blown save was a memorable one, coming on opening day when he squandered a three-run lead in the ninth inning and the Indians wound up falling in 16 innings. Since then, Perez has been close to perfect. In 31 appearances, he has held the Indians’ opponents scoreless in all but six games. His ERA is 1.82, and he has a .189 batting average against. Perez earned his

second consecutive trip to the All-Star game, getting selected as a result of player balloting. The last Indians reliever to make back-to-back All-Star appearances was Jose Mesa in 1995-96. In 11 relief appearances since June 1, covering 11 innings, Pestano has allowed only one run on five hits with nine strikeouts. Hitters are 5-for-40 against the righty since then. For the season, Pestano is 2-0 with a 1.47 ERA in 20 games. Smith leads the relief corps with 38 appearances, 29 of which he has not been scored upon. He has allowed five of 27 inherited runners to score. Newcomers to the bullpen this season, Nick Hagadone, Jeremy Accardo and Esmil Rogers have done a decent job lately, Rogers, who was acquired from Colorado on June 13, and has held opponents scoreless in seven of the nine appear-

ances he h a s m a d e since d o n ning an Indians First-half uniform. Over his review last four g a m e s, Rogers has worked five innings, allowing two hits, no runs and striking out seven. STARTING AT THE TOP — Shin-Soo Choo has become a bona fide lead up hitter since taking over the top spot in the line-up. Choo has gone 62-for-193, (.321) since taking over the top sop, raising his season average nearly 60 points. His onbase percentage is .388 since batting first. He led off Thursday’s game with a homer against Jeremy Hellickson of Tampa Bay, helping the Indians to a 3-1 win. It was his eighth homer of his nine on the year as a lead-off hitter.

RESILIENCY — After giving up five runs and giving up a four-run lead in the 9-5 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday, the Tribe turned things around on visitors, scoring three times in the home half of the frame to reclaim the lead and propel the Indians to victory. The ability to answer other teams’ blows with blows of their own is a sign of a winner, and something the Tribe has done several times this season. They have comefrom-behind 18 times to pull out a win thus far. HALF WAY HOME — July 4 was the true midway point of the season for the Indians. Through 81 games, the team was 42-39, two games behind division-leading Chicago in the American League Central. ALL-STARS AGAIN — Asdrubal Cabrera joins Perez as back-toback representatives for the Indians at the mid-

season classic. Cabrera is batting .358 with men on base, one of the top four clutch hitters in the American League. He is tied for first in the league with 26 doubles. The last time an Indians shortstop made back-to-back All-Star appearances was when Omar Vizquel did so in 1998-99. HOLE AT No. 4 — It doesn’t matter who is batting clean up for the Indians, they are struggling. Carlos Santana has batted fourth the most (38 times), while Travis Hafner has held down the clean-up spot 24 times. Jose Lopes is next with 17 and Michael Brantley has even tried twice. Hafner batted .197 in 21 games in May and in June Santana hit .162. SOLID STARTS —The Tribe starters have compiled a 31-33 record so far this season with two complete games. After See Pg. 24 — BULLPEN

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Conner Varnes of the West Holmes Red All-Stars is just nipped at first base as West Holmes Blue first baseman Noah Clark stretches to haul in the throw during the 8-U All-Star game last Monday at Deer Run in Millersburg. The Red All-Stars pulled out a 34-33 win over the Blue All-Stars.

8-U All-Star game a big hit By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer West Holmes Youth Baseball held an 8U All-Star game on Monday, July 2, to celebrate the inaugural season and showcase the talents of the youth in the area. The game was a slugfest with the Red All-Stars defeating the Blue All-Stars

34-33 at Home Run Fields in the Village of Millersburg’s Deer Run Park. The teams were made up of players from Killbuck, Nashville, Lakeville, and Millersburg, and were nominated and voted on from the coaches of the nine 8-U teams from the four communities. The West Holmes 8-U

coach pitch division included nine teams and 107 players playing more than 50 games this season. The All-Star coaches were selected based upon the outcome of the tournament held two weeks ago. Killbuck Team 3, coached by See Pg. 24 — BIG HIT

The racing on the track matched the hot temperature at Hilltop Speedway Saturday night. Heat winners Ryan Markham and Ross Nicastri would lead the field of Holmes Tire Late Models to the green flag with dash winner Devin Moran and fast qualifier Doug Drown in the second row. Following a lap-four caution for Dave Hornikel, Moran would start to pull away from the field as Gentry slipped past Markham on lap seven for second as Drown took third on the next circuit with Charlie Duncan taking fifth. As Markham and Duncan raced for fourth, 14th-starting Wayne Maffett Jr. had moved into the picture, and powered past both on lap 10 for that position. Duncan came right back on the next lap to reclaim fourth place as those three battled to the checkered flag for fourth. Up front, Moran was building up a straightaway lead over Gentry with Drown in pursuit. As the checkered flag

flew, Moran would see it first for the third time this season at Hilltop as points leader Gentry held off Drown for second as Duncan and Maffett Jr. filled out the top five. Raceday Photos Modified heat winner Matt Samples started on the pole and set the pace for the opening four laps of the feature with quick timer Norm Aronhalt and dash winner Jimmy Smith riding his bumper. As Smith kept pestering Aronhalt for the lead, Kevin Morehouse, Vic Hottinger and points leader Ryan West were back and forth for third. With the race winding down, Aronhalt kept the door closed on Smith to claim his third win of the year as Hottinger claimed his best finish of the season at third followed by Morehouse and West. Mansfield’s Jeremy Dickerson beat fellow heat winner Bob Chilcote at the drop of the green flag into turn one and See Pg. 24 — HILLTOP

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Hilltop took second with Chilcote, Kenny Daughriety Jr. and Joe Spearman filling out the top five. Points leader Terry Adkins and defending track champion Gary Hensel Jr. won the heats of the Mini Stocks to start up front of their fea-

(Continued From Page 23) then cruised to his fourth win of the season at Hilltop. He also picked up the Wayne-Hill bonus money for the second time this year as he won at Wayne County Speedway on Friday night. John Wilson

ture. Hensel Jr. got the advantage at the drop of the green flag and then spent all race out front despite several attempts by Adkins to get by. Jerry Adkins ran third all race long as Brett Adkins, Jason St. John and Moose Workman changed positions nearly every lap before finishing in that order. For Hensel Jr. of Apple Creek, it would be his third win of the season at Hilltop. Sunbury’s Kevin Potts swept the Bugs-R-Gone Trucks as he won the heat and led flag-to-flag for his sixth win of the yea. The points leader was challenged for the first two

laps of the feature by Jack Large, who would spin out on the next circuit. David Potts would inherit second place and he would keep John Large at bay for second with Cole Lillibridge recording his best finish of fourth followed by Jack Large. In the last three Mini Wedge features, Coshocton’s Destiny Bates had finished a close second twice plus a third-place finish, but Saturday she took the lead from points leader Cody Stillion on lap two and never looked back for her first win. She also won a heat race and was followed across the feature finish line by Stil-

lion, Taylor Huggins, Tristen Brown and Braxton Wilson. Making their second appearance of the season were the ModLites. Millersburg’s Mike Crider took the lead from heat winner George Engelrt on lap two and then hung on to score the win. Josh Crider was third. This Saturday Hilltop Speedway will host the ADRA Late Models with $3,000 going to the winner. The Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, Bugs-RGone Trucks and the Mini Wedges will also be in action as the Raceday Photos Modifieds take the night off.

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Hiland baseball coach Tom Gibson competed in The Daily Record Golf Challenge last Friday at Fire Ridge. Gibson lost by two strokes to Doug Bailey. The head Hawk shot an 83.

Bullpen a great beginning to the season when he went 4-1 in April, Derek Lowe has compiled a 4-5 record since, snapping a five-game losing skid. Lowe was the beneficiary of a nine-run outburst in the first two innings by the Tribe hitters. Zach McAllister has improved his record to 3-1 since getting called up for a substitute start in May. He lost his second start, was sent back to Columbus, but has been 2-0 since returning to the rotation in late June.

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Owen Jeffries swings and drives a hit for the West Holmes Blue All-Stars. Jeffries helped his team’s offensive explosion, but the 33 runs scored weren’t enough in a 34-33 slugfest loss to the Red All-Stars.

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The East Central Ohio chapter of the Quality Deer Management Association will hold its annual sportsman’s banquet and fundraiser on Friday, Aug. 17 at the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with the dinner at 7. Guest speaker will be QDMA’s Kip Adams, the organization’s director of education and outreach, who will talk on QDMA and captive deer. Adult single tickets are $45, and $60 per couple. Children up to 11 years of age are $10, with youth 12-17 $16. A table of eight is $400 and includes eight banquet meals, four QDMA memberships, $320 in raffle ticket, plus eight tickets for the tables-only drawing. For more information on tickets and the banquet, call Mose Keim at 330-705-0023, or on the Internet at keims@


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File this under “what might have been.” When Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood tossed a one-hit, 20-strikeout complete game in just his fifth big league start in 1998, greatness was predicted. But injuries interfered - 16 stints on the disabled list. Still, when Woods retired early in the 2012 season, he left his name in the record books as the only pitcher in major league history with at least 75 wins, 50 saves, and an average of at least 10 strikeouts per nine innings. In fact, Woods joined Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez as the only pitchers ever to average at least 10 while pitching at least 1,000 innings. What would you guess is the lowest score ever recorded for 18 holes at a professional golf event? The PGA can’t say with certainty, but it is believed to be the astonishing round of 55 - 16 under par - shot by Rhein Gibson at River Oaks Golf Club in Edmond, Oklamhoma in late May of 2012. Gibson, a native of Australia, plays on the “Golfweek” National Pro Tour. Race car fans know that the Indianapolis 500 was first run in 1911, when Ray Harroun drove to victory averaging just under 75 mph. A major reason for Harroun’s win - his car was the only single-seater in the race, and thus the most aerodynamically advanced. Yet two-seaters were driven almost exclusively well into the 1920’s with the passenger serving as both mechanic and spotter. Twoseaters were not completely eliminated until they were officially prohibited in 1937.

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Michael Martin edged out Aaron Kaufman’s Millersburg Team 3 to take home the championship trophy. Martin coached the West Holmes Blue team, while Kaufman took the reins of the West Holmes Red team, which won the nine-inning affair.

Selected to the West Holmes Blue team were Brady Smith, Cameron Arnold, Chad Yoder, Collin Gardner, Garrett Aurand, Hunter Ellis, Jaxton Morris, Jay Mast, Jayden Mullet, Micah Martin, Nathan Ginsburg, Noah Clark, Owen Jeffries, Rudy Hershberger, Taylor Yoder and Zevin Proper.

The West Holmes Red team was made up of: A.J. Jones, Brady Miller, Brock Zimmerly, Bronson Birchfield, Conner Varnes, Dylan Strouse, Drake Mullet, Garrett Eastep, James Barr, Lyle Wagler, Matt Weaver, Nicholas Ginsburg, Noah Tish, Quincy Yoder, Sawyer Maxwell and Tucker Kaufman.

Taking a penalty drop, I managed to shank the next shot into the sand, then I blasted my next one well beyond the green. A nice pitch left me within a few feet of the hole to end my misery. I was honestly glad tuck my tail between my legs and end my round. But in spite of my sad finish, the 52 on the back left me with a respectable (in my circle of friends) round of 95. With my 24 handicap, I shot a 71 net, which put me right there with the winner, Doug Bailey. So I guess it wasn’t so bad after all. Plus, the folks at Fire Ridge couldn’t have been any nicer, taking great care of the players and making us feel right at home. And the players with whom I toiled, Bailey, Tom gibson and Jim Jessie made the day go by quite nicely. I’ve said it before, and I’m sure I’ll say it again: “It was a tough day at the office…but I’m glad I went to work today.”

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HOME CARE STAFF Easter Seals Northern Ohio seeks STNA's in the Wayne County area. PRN/ Part time positions available. Send resume to jmason@ or you can call the office. 330-826-9741. LOCAL EXCAVATING company hiring. Must have driver's license. Preferably at least 18 years old. Health ins. provided. 330-231-6843. HELP WANTED on roofing crew, excellent pay, plenty of full-time work, great work environment, exp. a plus but not necessary. Call Dan at 330-473-7487.

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FREEZER Whirlpool (white) 11cf, 125 Medical / Healthcare CHEST $75. call: 330-234-0882 Shreve THE HOLMES COUNTY Training Center Dental Clinic has a part time dental assistant position opening. Hours 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., 2or 3 days per week. Experience preferred, but will train the right person. Send resume with experience and education to: Holmes County Board of DD, 8001 T.R. 574, Holmesville, Ohio 44633 Attn: Personnel Manager. Deadline 8/3/12.


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PART TIME Experienced Horse Stall cleaners needed, Call (330) 674-2503 Leave message with horse exp. description. GENERAL LABORERS needed to conduct geophysical surveying. Job involves working outdoors while performing strenuous work. Requires a valid Ohio driver's license. Must be able to pass drug screen and background check. Job demands walking for long periods on uneven surfaces, and must be willing to work out of state at times. Hours are 40 to 60 hours a week. Health insurance paid, 401K. Apply in person M-F, 9a-4p at: Precision Geophysical 2695 SR 83 S Millersburg, Ohio 44654.

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Appliances Electronics

40 KW Katolight PTO generator, $4000; Gehl 1540 silage blower, $3000; Gehl 800 chopper, $1200. 330-674-2459 or 330-763-1953.

Crosley 18 cubic ft refrigerator, works excellent $300. (330) 359-6149.

FOR SALE: Hesston 5530 round baler, w/ 35 hp engine, field ready. Also dump station with glass jar. 330-473-9139

FOR SALE: Kitchen Aid mixer, 6.9t bowl with attachments, lightly used, 2 years. $250. 330-464-1361

FOR SALE: Pioneer KV sulky plow w/ coulter, excellent condition, $1250. 330-852-2109

BOYER'S NEW & used appliances: wash-

HYDRAULIC Set up for chicken house.

ers. Starting 740-294-5207.

motors, and lots of pipe. 330-359-1113


Drivers Trucking ers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves & freez- Pump, 2 reservoir tanks, fans, hydraulic

CDL DRIVER/ IRONWORKER Send Resume to Box 1168, Mt. Vernon, OH 43050





FOR SALE: Hitzer stove, well used, but good condition. $400. 330-473-5676

FOR SALE: Easy entry pony cart with wooden wheels on steel for larger pony. Good condition, $350. 330-695-2387

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WANTED: SILO PIPE & distributor. 330-893-3701 990 UTILITY David Brown tractor, $1200; 6 ft 3 point hitch brushhog, $600.; 7 ft heavy duty pull behind brush hog, International, $1200; Log splitter, $700. Call (740) 824-4692. JOHN DEERE B, good cond. $1800. (330) 763-1979. NO MORE FLAT TIRES. Tube or tubeless. Bicycles, pony carts, trailers, wheel barrow, skid loaders, misc. farm equip. Will install on your premises. 330-763-1070 AERMOTOR WINDMILL, 8' wheel, 40' derik, excellent condition, well rods. Andy Wengerd 47856 TR 217 MLGB, OH 44654 740-623-3772


Farm Products Produce

NOTICE: Grazier do your pastures need help. Green acres fertilizer in stock. Also paper bedding with Gypsum good gor tie stalls. Self flowing gutters. Aden Mullet 330-695-2208. GRAIN HARVESTING. Small grains beans & corn. Cart & truck available. (330) 852-4691 or 330-663-3672.

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ATTENTION WILL do custom round baling, hard core or soft core. With knives or without. Wet or dry. Also, mowing, raking hay, small square baling, other field work. Wayne Miller 330-763-1070

ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE Coalbrick is made of hydraulically pressed high quality coal,recycled paper and a special petroleum distillate. Coalbrik is uniquely engineered to burn hotter,cleaner and longer than wood.

FOR SALE: Oats out of field, approx. 500 bushel. Glenn Troyer, (330) 204-1202 / Sugar Creek.

WE TRADE firewood for junk. Deliveries available. 330-275-7980

LARGE SQUARE baleing, 3x3 bales. Also litter spreading. Call 330-852-4691 or 330-663-3672.

8 & 9 yr olds, 2 BELGIANS, brothers, broke, $2300/ea.330-567-2249

FOR SALE: straw, square bales. Call 330-844-3516 FOR SALE: 40 acres mixed hay. Phone (330) 276-2930, Killbuck area.



Open every Wed. 9-3 in July, Skip's Antiques and yard sale items C.R. 192, Holmesville. New items added weekly.


5 yr. old gelding, surrey size, likes to trot, good mannered, $2300. Marcus Schlabach, 330-852-1979 FOR SALE: 8 year old Morgan cross gelding red sorrel. Broke to ride and drive. TSS. $800. Daniel L Hershberger, 330-275-9822 VM. GOAT & bunnies for sale. Pure bred Neubian doe, born 4/28/12, disbudded & shots, $75. Californian bunnies, 6-9 weeks old, $7. each. 330-317-7057. PIGS FOR BUTCHERING - 350 lb'ers. Paul A. Stutzman, (330) 674-7197.

FOR SALE: Mini horses w/papers. 5 mares, 1 stallion, 1-6 yr. old. 3 bred mares. Some are broke, 26-32" tall. Robert M. Miller. 330-600-0237, Sugarcreek.

7 YR old gelding, mostly trot, good broke. Should do for older people or women. Good traveler. Also Nice 4 yr old mare, all trot, surrey size. Both are TSS. (330) 852-4283, VM. Dale Schlabach.

3 HOLSTEIN BULLS, 10 mo. old & 7 mo. olds. ABS Sires. Myron Yoder, (330) 897-1397. FOR SALE: 5 yr old standard bred geld-

FOR SALE: 4 yr old 48" brown & white pony stud, was broke as a 2 yr old, $450. Also weanling paint filly, $125. Leon Yoder, (330) 698-0144. FOR SALE: Pair of 3 & 4 years old Belgian geldings. Well broke. Wayne Burkholder, (330) 897-3130. FOR SALE: 3 year old standard bred gelding , TSS. Andy Miller Jr., 6884 T.R. 326, Holmesville. 330-674-9604, ext. 1.

GARAGE SALE Fri., 7/13, 8-3 & Sat., 7/14, 8-12. 1550 Christmas Run. wash./dry., furniture, misc.

7 YR. old trotting mare. Mabar Maple Dam Mr. Lavec. TSS in buggy, 3 month, good traveler, $1800. Marion Shetler, 3723 Oak Ridge, Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681. 330-852-2884 ext. 1

WANTED: PONY, 43-48", must be tame and well broke. 330-674-0494

DAY LILY Sale: now until sold out! Potted and ready to go! Ivan R. Mast 6321 CR 407 Millersburg. 330-674-0736

FOR SALE: RIDING HORSE, Paint cross mare, good on trail rides, full-time racker, $750/obo. 330-466-2885.

Wednesday July 18, 2012 4:00 P.M.

Large Cents * Half Dollars * Silver Dollars * Gold * Misc. Large Cents-Half Dollars: 1830, 31, 32, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 46, 47, 48, 50, 51/81, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, large cents; flying eagle cents; 1859, 61, 63, 64c/n, 64L, 66, 69, 72, 78, 1908s, Indian cents; 1909s, 10s, 24d, Lincoln cents; 1886 3-cent nickel; 1899 PCGS PR61, 1900 PCGS PR65, V-nickels; 1921s SEGS AU50-details buffalo nickel; 1875s 20-cent piece; 1853, 56, 76, seated quarters; 1924d PCGS XF45 standing liberty quarter; 1932d, 41d NGC MS66 Wash. quarters; 1823, 24/4, 26, 30, 31, 33, bust halves; 1875 seated half. Silver Dollars: 1878 8-T.F., 78cc NGC MS65, 78cc PCGS MS63, 79cc, 80o, 82cc, 82o/s, 84cc, 84s, 88s/s, 89s, 90cc, 90s/s, 91cc, 92, 93cc, 1903s, Morgans; 1921, 27, 34, 34d, 34s, peace dollars. Gold: 1926 PCGS MS62 $10. liberty head; 1879 $2.50 liberty head; 1911, 2-15, $2.50 Indian heads; 1851o NGC MS61 $1. piece; 1853 $1. piece. Miscellaneous: 1922 Grant memorial, 1946 Iowa, 1918 Lincoln, 1920 pilgrim, 1936 Robinson-Arkansas, 1925 St. Mt., 1934 Texas, com. halves; 1954 proof set; 1841 Mexico 8-reale. NOTE: This is only a partial list of 400 lots to be sold in catalog order. Doors open 2 hrs. prior to sale time. Online bidding available at thru


5 MO. old Registered Morgan stud colt. Chestnut, stripe, 2 white socks. Fancy, high spirited colt. $800 OBO. David M. Shetler, 330-473-2009. FOR SALE: Service bore, approx. 9 months old, good for hobby farmer. Call (330) 852-2466. SMOKEY LANE Riding Horse and Pony Sale, Saturday, August 4. Tack 9:30 am, Horses 12 noon. Accepting consignments of new and used tack, wagons, carts, harness, saddles, and misc. items through sale day. Catalog consignments due July 15. Please send information along with $10 per head for catalog. To sell earlier in the sale be sure to get them in the catalog. Consignment fee will go towards commission. Will accept horse and pony consignments through sale day. Smokey Lane Stables, Inc., 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek, OH 44681 330-852-2237 Auctioneer Myron Miller ROYAL WHITE Ewe lambs for slae. Born this spring. Marion Yoder 330-674-4414 9 Yr old Morgan mare. Rides & drives well. Been on trail ride. $1250 OBO. 330-897-1380. Sheep! 7 ewes,1ram, 6ewe lambs, 2 ram lambs. $2800 for all OBO. (330) 852-4642 ANNIVERSARY SALE! July 27th & 28th, 5%-25% off storewide. Large variety of harness, carts and horse related items. Door Prizes! Refreshments Fri., 7-8 & Sat., 7-5. Valley Harness Shop 5150 TR 606 Fredericksburg, OH 44627. Registered black perchin mare, 3 yr o l d , broke, 16-2 HH, Sire is Kirks Super Nova, Dam by Douglas Lyn. $1600. 330-440-5996

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


5 YR old Pinto Mare. Good broke to ride. Good on trails. TSS, LM 330-893-0026

11 yr old black Morgan perchin cross bred mare, TSS, would make good brood mare, and her 1 yr old black fresian cross bred gelding. (330) 893-1390.

3 yr old mare. TSS, all trot, in buggy 4 months. Eli H. Miller, 6411 T.R. 607, Fredericksburg, Oh 44627


5:00 P.M.

TRACTOR-EQUIPMENT-TOOLS Sharp 1950 Ford 8N tractor, good rubber, and kept inside; 6ft. 3pt. finish mower; 3 pt. rotary mower; 3 pt. blade; Stihl MS 290 chain saw; Poulan Pro blower; 2 wood ext. ladders; Hahn roto tiller; metal shelves; hand and power tools; Craftsman air compressor; Echo weed eater; Stihl FS 85 weed trimmer; forks; shovels; hardware items; boxes of good misc.; Troy Bilt 4.5 HP power washer; log chains; good box lots; and more. HOUSEHOLD-ANTIQUES-APPLIANCES Maytag auto washer and electric dryer; Frigidaire white refrigerator only one year old; GE microwave; Tappan gas stove; 3 pc. king bedroom suite; Bravo organ; porch swing; white wicker couch,2chairs, and stand; JVC tv; Page and other milk bottles; local yardsticks; good old wooden sled; Henn pottery; platform rocker; couch and chair; recliner; oak chest; 2 oak dressers; old books; oak wall phone; folding tables; boxes of misc.; and more. NOTE- A short auction with a little something for everyone. Selling in 2 rings w/ a crew on household and antiques and a crew w/ tools. Tractor, major equipment, and appliances sell approx 6:30. A good clean auction from start to finish. Bill and his family have been a part of the BPL area for many years. Plan to attend. Off road parking. Pictures at Click on chattel auctions. TERMS- Cash or good check Food by EAT AT JOE’S BILL AKINS, OWNER AUCTIONEERS- Dave Acker and Nick DeFelice

STANDING AT STUD. 5 year old reg. morgan stallion. Sire by Cy Don's Mister Aristocrat; Dam is Rrg Flash Dance. Big well built, 16 hands. Chestnut with strip & 3 white socks. $500. registered & $150 cross bred. LFG. (330) 852-3727 ext 2.

FOR SALE: All Purpose gelding, 3 years old. Good traveler. $2200 or best offer. Call 330-359-5267



honest team, $4600. Noah Yoder, 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-1000.

Location: Kaufman Auction House, 3149 SR 39 at the Amish Country Theater. Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.

Having sold the farm and downsizing will sell the following personal property at public auction at the farm located at 128 County Road 330, Big Prairie, Ohio. Located West of Shreve, Ohio or ½ mile East of Big Prairie on State Route 226, then ½ mile South on 330.

5 yr old Bay gelding, TSS, good broke. John Troyer 4370 TR 606, Fredrcksbrg

Horses Livestock

2 HORSE trailer, $1,400.00. obo. Millersburg, (330) 275-2665.

2 YR old Alpine Dairy Goat (dry), $200; Alpine doeling, $125. Call: 330-605-4874

TSS, buggy broke, $1800; 3 yr. old FOR SALE: 1-1/2 yr. old reg'd Jersey Garage Yard Sales 2 yr. old blonde geldings, 1/2 brothers, ing, standard bred trotter, fresh, $2600. bull, proven breeder, $850; Also, 1 yr. matched, broke, well-mannered, good 330-897-0850.

GRAMPS AND Grams Flower Patch Garage Sale: Summer clths (teens sz 2 and up- womens XXL), Men's clths 34-XXL, kitchen items, bedding, books, baby items and toddler toys, boys clths 18 mo. -4T, lots of misc, and Perrenial plants. 8073 Critchfield Rd., Shreve. Mon.-Sun, 9-6.

WANTED: EAR Corn, would consider large amounts. Wayne Weaver, 9183 CR 77, Fredericksburg. 330-473-2416

3 YR old. Black registered morgan mare, started to ride and drive, nice mare. $950 OBO. 330-674-2331. TEXAS DALL and Katahdin rams. Joseph Hershberger, 330-897-1091.


15 YR. old brown standard breed mare trotter. T.S.S. Very sensible, excellent for children and women, $950. Robbie Weaver, Bunker Hill, 893-2832 ext. 3. 2 Molly mules, 5 yr old is broke to farm machinery, $650. 8 yr old was used in

5 YR. old Pinto mare. Good, broke to ride. Good on trails. T.S.S. Leave message, 330-893-0026

SIZE-5w x 9.5L x 6H


2, 15 mo. old, Jersey bulls out of the Kosak herd. 5440 E. Moreland Rd. frederickburg, OH 330-698-0514x2

Horses Livestock jockey stick, $500 Samuel M. Yoder

FOR SALE: 6 yr old dark Chestnut Morgan. Good traveler. Med. size. Too much horse for my wife. Daniel Troyer 330-897-0806

7.5lbs/brick-6 brick/box 240 brick/pallet $12/box-$432/per pallet 330-473-9054

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads avaliable. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462.

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(888) 790-1473 VM.

CAMPFIRES Burns up to 12 hours Burns 3 times longer than wood LIGHTS EASILY NO CREOSOTE

FIREWOOD, SPLIT & delivered. $55 a load. 330- 763-0989.

STOCK UP on firewood, slab bundles, split, seasoned, 2 boom truck loads available. (330) 674-0646


CanAD12564887 be used in 216 02350 FIREPLACES, 10050990 WOODSTOVES,

Firewood Fuel

Garage Yard Sales 260

ESTATE GARAGE Sale Friday July 13, 2012 and Saturday July 14, 2012 from 8am - 5:00 pm. 524 N. Walnut Street, Wooster large selection of classical CD's, nick-knacks, furniture, framed art works/prints,household items, clothing. Many unusual items.


HAY SPECIALS on round bale and small squares. Also wheat straw and corn stalks. Wayne Miller Holmesville. 330-763-1070


Firewood Fuel 250

10 YR. old standard bred cross gelding. TSS, safe for women to drive, $1500. 330-674-6989


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SAANEN MILK goat, good producer, $175. 3 pen rabbit hutch, $75. obo. Chicken ranger, 8x12, has tarp roof, movable, $300. obo. Robert Yoder, 9030 S Kansas Rd., Fred-burg. 330-695-2026.

old breeding age reg'd Jersey bull, $700. Fredericksburg, OH. 330-695-9960

AVAILABLE FOR lease. Reg. Holstein bull. Sired by O-Man. Dam is Red & white cow from John Daniel herd. Jacob M Yoder, 3053 TR 606, Fredericksburg, 44627. (330) 359-0140. FOR SALE: Ear corn $180/ton. Atlee Barkman, 8360 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611. 4 YR old Dutch harness cross Gelding, black with three whites and a star, TSS, needs work. $3000 330-275-7910 5 YEAR old brown & white pony mare, 37" tall, good broke, stands to hitch, traffic safe. Nice. $400. (330) 600-1366. 7 YR old mare, boys horse deluxe, pretty. Fast traveler. Also have a few more good horses on hand. These horses are TSS. (330) 852-4283, VM. Dale Schlabach. 6 yr old, black cross bred mare, TSS, handy size, very good broke. $1450 330-893-0906 4 YR old reg. chestnut Morgan gelding, traffic safe & sound, would make a good boys horse. (330) 852-1485. FOR SALE: barred rock chicks. $2-$4 ea. Andrew Hershberger, 8427 TR 635, Fredericksburg. 330-674-0345 DORSET LAMBS, pure bred & cross bred, healthy, no disease, $150-$200. (330) 496-0060. 4 YR. old Reg. Morgan Gelding Bay with black mane and tail. Broke to ride and drive. $1,500 obo. 330-897-1260 FOR SALE: 11 yr. old bay standard bred gelding by Mr. Lavec, dam-Dancing My Way, traffic safe, in the buggy 2 mo., $1250. Mose Yoder, 330-852-3860 x1 FOR SALE: 7 yr. old standard bred mare, tss, a nice famly horse, 90% trot; Also, 2 yr. old paint pony, broke to ride & drive. Steven Yoder, 330-674-2002 FOR SALE: Nubian kids, 2 nannies, 2 billies, born June 11 & 15, plus 2 milking goats. (330) 674-5604. 6 YEAR old Arabian mare, $600. 13 year old Paint gilding, $400. Both need experienced rider. Roman Raber, 13144 TR 474, Big Prairie, OH 44611 FOR SALE: Team of Perehorn standard bred cross. 3 years old. Black mare Bay gelding. Broke single and double. David H. Hershberger 8331 TR 656 Fred. OH 5410 BAY QH TB gelding. Green, broke to ride. Needs confident rider. Would make great trail horse. 330-275-8021 2 yr old dark chestnut & white pony. 38" tall, kid broke to ride and drive, TSS. John Troyer 4370 TR 606, Fredrcksbrg FOR SALE, 2 ponies: 1 black & white gelding, 3 years old, good broke, 53", $800; 2 years old dark brown & white mare, 48-50", $500. or $1000. for both. Both are stocky built. Also pony tack for sale. 330-893-7404.

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9 yr old Gelding. Most women can drive. Also 7 yr old gelding TSS. Joey Beachy 330-359-0121 FOR SALE: 8 yr. old Tennessee Walker mare, broke to ride, been on trails, quiet. 330-893-2036 5 yr old black gelding, TSS, been in buggy few months, excellent on long trips, buggy size, $2300. Firmen Kaufman, Jr. (888) 631- 7044 13 MO. old black morgan mare, friendly disposition, asking $1850 OBO. 330-621-8258 SMOKEY LANE COWBOY RACE has been rescheduled for July 28 at S Bar L Arena. The top performers come back at 5:30 PM for the evening show. Spectator cost $5.00. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681. 330-852-2237 PYGMY GOATS for sale: 1 full grown nanny, 2 kids, 1 billy, 1 nanny. $75 OBO. 330-897-2907 x 3 BLACK 7 yr. old quarter horse cross gelding. Well broke to ride. Has been on trails. 330-674-6304. FOR SALE: Nubian Cross Nanny, excellent milker. Lester Weaver 330-359-5409 x2 FOR SALE: Surrey with brakes. New Led lights, curtains, turning signals, newly painted. Good cond. Delbert E. Mullet, 3863 St. Rt. 93 NW, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 FOR SALE: Pony cart, rubber tires. $125. (330) 897-1485. STANDING AT Stud. Black & white pony, very sharp. Service fee $40. Phone (330) 852-3727 ext 2. WANTED: A larger place to raise Amish Guinea Pigs. Baltic area. Call 330-401-4405. FOR SALE: 36" brown pony, strip and two white socks, kid broke to ride and drive. Jr. Erb (330) 852-2666 FOR SALE: smaller 7 yr old gelding, double gated, 100% TSS, women can drive. Also a big surrey gelding. Steven Yoder 330-359- 5601 x 2. FOR SALE 3 yr. old reg'd Shetland pony, 44" tall, bay mare, up headed, willing traveler, broke to ride/drive. $425. Wayne Troyer, Baltic, OH. 330-897-3057 x1. WILL DO horse training. $8 a day. Board included. Duane Mast, 7782 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 330-674-1665 #1 FOR SALE. 5 yr old gelding, by Conway Hall. Black with 2 white socks. Safe for women to drive. (330) 893-1657. FOR SALE: 7 yr old riding horse. Good Beginners Horse. Been on trail. Rides TSS $850 330-465-9248 Ponies for sale! 52" Paint Gelding; 42" white gelding; 42" black gelding. All broke to ride and drive. Ivan D Miller, 330-674-4572 3 yr old Perchin gelding, black, broke, $1200; 7 yr old Belgian gelding, red, long tail, good broke, $1300; 14 yr old Belgian mare, works all farm machinery, long tail, $700. 330-231-5219 3 yr. old gelding, trotter, in buggy 5 mo., tss, $3200; 8 yr. old gelding, in buggy 2 yrs, tss, sharp boy's horse, $1600. Duane Weaver, 330-674-1777 FOR SALE: 2 Yr. old 38" black & white gelding pony, well broke to ride & drive, $500. Matt Wengerd, 330-897-0554 FOR SALE: 6 yr. old black Jenny mule, 15 hands, broke to all farm machinery, also rides. 330- 698-0151 ext. 4 11 YR old standard bred mare by Overcomer. Boys or mans horse. $1500. obo. John Schlabach, (740) 295-5423 ext 3. FOR SALE: Pure Bred Pollypay March lambs. Will Detweiler 4050 Graber Rd. Frdrcksbrg. 330-695-9989 VM RIDING HORSES - 3 good sound horses, no bad habits. The girls have had these horses to Salt Fork, local rides & wagon trains. Norman Mast, Mt. Hope / Winesburg. 330-359-6152.

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5 YR old, 16.2 hands, standard bred gelding, TSS, women can drive. Also 8 yr old standard bred mare, good family or boys horse, TSS. Levi Miller 330-897-2060

FOR SALE: 26' hunting trailer. Built in 2007, tail lights, new tires, propane cooking stove, microwave, small couch, bunk bed, 12 V lights, mice proof, built to last! $2000. VM 330-897-1175 ext. 5

CROSS BRED family cow. Easy milker, 3 teated, $1000. David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.

FOR SALE: Darton Fury compound bow, draw weight 45-60 lbs, draw length 25-30, includes new string, sight, drop away rest, stabilizer, release, and arrows. $450. 330-567-3432

FOR SALE: 8 yr old black and white pony mare. Very sharp. Broke to ride and drive. Good traveler. $550 330-893-4603. FOR SALE: Flemish Giant and Mini Rex bunnies. Also wanted: Flemish Giant buck. (330) 893-3462. Consigned to SMOKEY LANE STABLES July 13: 8 yr old Quarter Horse mare, good broke; 4 yr old pony gelding, rides and drives; Team of driving ponies; 6 yr old Carry The Message gelding; 4 yr old Cash Hall mare; 3 yr old Real Artis; 5 yr old Tooter Scooter; 4 yr old black gelding with strip and chrome; 4 yr old Andover Hall; 6 yr old S J Caviar. Some more sires include Jail House Jesse, Vision Pride, Power Hall, Kantun Hanover and many more. Please call consignments in by 2PM to be on seller's sheet. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681 330-8522237. Auctioneer Myron Miller


FISH BEAUTIFUL Rice Lake. Lakeside housekeeping cottages, Spring and Fall rates. Willow Bay cottages, Harwood, Ontario KOK 2HO Canada 905-342-5407 MATTHEW'S DXT and all accessories including arrows & case. 50-60 lb, 28" drawlength, good cond. Marty Miller, 330-897-1384 ext 1. FOR SALE: Hoyt Protec compound bow 50-60# 282- 31" draw 1 doz. arrows good condition. 330-893-0604 ext. 2 DEER HAULING cart, $50; single shot New England 410, $135. 330-401-9899. 12 GA, 3 1/2 inch chamber, single shot, cammo turkey gun. $225 330-472-2613


Lawn & Garden

FOR SALE: Craftsman Lawn edger. Har-

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FOR SALE: Eleven 48" air ceiling fans. Piston type. $90. each. obo. 330-473-5297. FOR SALE: Double jogging stroller in excellent condition, $85/obo. (330) 893-4157. 2, 2' 8" unfinished, pre-hung, red oak, flush interior doors. 1 right hand and 1 left hand. $65/ea. or both $120. 330-674-2950 FOR SALE: PSE Stinger with all accessories. Good condition, $275. 330359-6480 SUMMER SPECIAL, Baled shavings available. Now low dust, no sandings, mostly planer stock up for winter. summer price $3.75 now till Sept. Del. available Blessing Acres Lumber 6667 PR 387 Mlbg. OH 44654 Between Mt. Hope and Berlin off of TR 362 FOR SALE: Nine 16' treated 2x4s. Also eighteen 8' used fence posts. Call (330) 231-6485. 2008 LINHA 300 Motor scooter, 2000 miles, $1700. 1981 Dodge camper motor home, 9900 miles, $3500. 330-276-3118 FOR SALE: 1000 gal. propane tank. $1200. 330-852-4997 or 330-897-7654.

Household Furnishings vey Bowman, Ph. 330-674-9277 - Mt.

LARGE OAK corner computer desk, good condition; Microwave, electric freezer, refrigerator, ceiling fan/ lights. Phone (330) 464-6607. FOR SALE: Tempstar DC 90 propane forced air furnace and an International Comfort air conditioner. Set up together with 1 thermostat. Good condition, $1500. obo for both. (330) 674-1430 12 FT Flex shaft for washing machine with block and bracket, $200. David Kuhns 330-279-3818 FOR SALE: antique roll top desk, 50" long x 46" high x 29.5" wide, $800 OBO. 330-763-1347 USED FURNITURE and appliances: 2 chest freezers, 1 upright freezer, dining room sets, bedroom suite, sofa bed, sofas, chairs, lamps, gas range, storage cabinets, bookcases, Rug Doctor-like new, & much more. Come and see at Chestnut Ridge Shoes, State Route 39, between Berlin and Walnut Creek. 330-893-4020. NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks, etc. Also boat seat cushions. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300. USED OAK chairs, 2 arms and 4 side chairs, all on casters, $425/set. OBO. (330) 466-1747.

SILENT REEL manual mower. Excellent cond. $100 OBO 330-201-2882 BACHTOLD walk behind brush cutter, runs good, 8 HP, $375. (330) 893-3885. OLDER Gravely unit w/ attachments. 30" brush mower, tiller, plow. $450 OBO 330-674-2950 TORO COMMERCIAL walk behind mower, 44", belt drive, floating deck, runs good. $1095. (330) 893-3885. STEINER 220, comes with 60" mowing deck, hydrostatic, newer Kaboda gas engine, capabilities of back hoe, bucket and brush. $3800 OBO 330-243-1410. BRINLY ONE row, 3 point, sweet corn planter. $100. 330-359-5674 JOHN DEERE 345 riding lawn mower, power steering, power lift, 52" deck. (330) 567-9232

FOR SALE: 2012 American Hauler dump trailer. 6 ft x 12 ft, GVWR, 12,000 lbs. Used twice. New cond. $5500. Phone (330) 674-1203 or 330-231-1851. CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421. ELECTRIC CONSEW industrial sewing machine Model #206RB/5. Like new, used 2 hours. Complete with stand. $1000. obo. (330) 852-2864.

FOR SALE: Jotul wood burner will heat 2000 sq ft. 55,000 BTU/hr. $250. 330-377-4145 8TH GRADE Rod & Staff Homeschool books. Also Arthur Maxwell Bible Story Books volume 1-10. (330) 359-5383. RAINBOW SWEEPER - E. Series w/power brush. Works good, $400. BIKES matching Fuji His/Hers. Good cond. w/cariers, $200. Call 330-279-9046 weekly 6-4 FOR SALE: 22 ton 8 HP wood splitter, like new, 1 year old. $800. Phone (330) 674-1203 or 330-231-1851. GOOD USED surrey with brakes, wooden wheels & wooden shafts, priced to sell. Call (330) 852-9912

SCHOOL OF Tomorrow (ACE) teachers manual for Kindergarten & 1st grade. $100. for both. Call 330-674-3367.

6 NATURAL gas lights for sale. Model 9T. $25. each. Reuben & Sara Keim. 330-466-6542.

4X6 ONE horse wagon. Foam wheels. Hyd. brakes. $800. (330) 893-1519.

FOR SALE: Pool wadder for above ground pool. Only used two months. Asking $100. 330-988-0480

FOR SALE: Open surrey, $2300. & open buggy, $1500. Call (330) 359-5634. FOR SALE: 3500 watt Honda generator, good condition. $350. Daniel Beachy, (330) 231-2447. 4 PIECE chordless skil tool set. 2 batteries and charger $75. 330-893-3463

FOR SALE: Hidden view air water pump, in good condition. Wayne Miller 3083 CR 600 Millersburg 330-893-3080 FOR SALE: Used buggy, very good shape, storm fronts & fiberglass wheels, $2700. Call 330-340-7271.

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TORO Commercial walk behind mower. 52 In, floating deck, Hydrostatic, 19 HP, Kawasaki Elec. start, grass catcher. Only 35 hrs. 330-279-9092 FOR SALE: JD L120 garden tractor with 48" deck. Exc. cond. $1500. obo. Phone (330) 674-0730.

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FOR SALE: Troy bilt 10 HP Chipper Shredder used 10 hrs. Model CS4210, $250. 330-377-4145 FOR SALE: 48" Gravely walk behind, 15 HP Kawasaki, floating deck, bagger included, ex. cond., $2200 obo. 330-893-3673.

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FOR SALE. Boys buggy, storm front, lights, flasher, turning signals, brake lock, good condition. Daniel Weaver, 5089 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. Phone (330) 695-2450, VM.

Miscellaneous Merch.

the heart of the market

Hope, first place W. of Bowman Sales.

5 Ft. cherry dining room table with hidden leaf & 6 chairs, $425/obo. 330-473-8409, after 5pm.

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Miscellaneous Merch.

Hunting Fishing

CLASSIC DOUBLE, 101 flash 12ga, 2 3/4"+ 3" 0/U scroll work, $1000 OBO. Also Winchester 1300, 12ga shotgun with folding stalk, $325 OBO; Tarus Raging Bull model 2, 454 cal, new in box, $600 OBO. 330-378-3431 BRAND NEW T.C. Hawken custom 50 cal/ cap lock muzzleloader. Ocatagon barrel, double trigger. $750. 330-695-9351

NEW NECCHI treadle flatbed and free arm heads for sale. Now dealer for JUKI sewing machines and sergers. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center. Apple Creek Oh (330) 698-3060 2800 WATT Yamaha generator, good working cond. $700. (330) 695-9960. MOTHER OF the bride dresses. Size 8. 2 pc long beige with jacket, lined with rhinestones. Also 2 pc silver gray long. $50. each. 330-231-1369.

525 Memory Lane, Wooster beautifully maintained and quality constructed 3 bed ranch home. Stunning kitchen is open to the dining and living rooms. Living room has high ceilings and a gas fireplace and access to a screened in porch. Quiet cul-de-sac. $189,000 Christine Cox 330-231-6578

4049 TR 55, Killbuck Custom built 4 bed home on 12 acres. Hardwood floors in kitchen and office. Big eat in kitchen with formal dining room. Large first floor master suite. 3 large bedrooms and laundry on the second floor. Walk out basement is plumbed and wired for finishing. $239,000 Dan Miller 330-763-4653

4699 TR 312, Millersburg This beautiful farm house has been lovingly restored with modern conveniences.Wide plank floors and beamed ceilings dominate the formal living and dining rooms. The state of the art kitchen is flanked by a cozy hearth room. Upstairs are four large bedrooms including a luxurious master suite with private ensuite. The fifty four acre farm is completed by it’s beautiful in ground pool, multiple barns, stables, garages, charming spring house, stocked pond, free gas, 40 acre woods and breathtaking views of Holmes County. Call Chris Cox 330-231-6578

5130 TR 314, Millersburg Luxurious home on 5 acres. 4 bed, 4 bath, close to high school. Custom built with attention to detail. Cherry Mullet kitchen with birch floors. Custom master suite. Two story foyer, formal dining, main floor laundry, main floor office and finished basement. Over 4000 sq ft of living space. $339,000 Dan Miller 330-763-4653

VINTAGE HERCULES gas power unit with clutch, nice cond. Runs great. $1100. obo. (330) 852-2864. NOTICE: For all your re-loading needs, call (330) 275-0221. Improve accuracy & save money!

EARLY PRIMITIVE cupboard, excellent condition, 1 door, all orig., sturdy, $499. Call 330-674-3435

I AM buying large field dressed groundhogs. Call Dean, 330-231-0319. Email:

FOR SALE: 20 matching plastic, stacking, student chairs; Also 8 Matching student chairs. Very good condition. 330-567-0064

NRA/CCW COURSE $45. July 7 & 8; Aug. 4 & 5 330-335-9205

FOR SALE: Cross Town Fuji girl's bike, good cond. $150. (330) 893-7404.


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RAINBOW sweeper, SE Model, pwr. nozzle & attachments, EC, $500; 2 baby cribs, $150/ea.; Bunk beds, solid wood, $200. (330) 231-2282


Pets Supplies 300

UKC TREEING Walker Coonhound puppies. Mom is 1/2 sister of Mr. Clean. Nite Champion parents. Also AKC Beagle pups. Both litters 6 weeks old. Call 740-824-4692.

Musical Instruments FOR SALE: Toy fox Terrier skipper tee

PIONEER & ROGERS 6 piece drum set, excellent. for beginner. $100. Phone (330) 243-1410.

cross (330) 695-9862. For sale: toy fox terrier female. FREE TO a good home - kittens. Call (330) 279-2034

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Pets Supplies 300

BORDER COLLIE puppies, born 4/16/12, 2 females, $80 each. Shots & wormed. (330) 279-3409 ext 1. 6 yr. old Brindle Boxer female; 1-1/2 yr. old brindle Boxer male w/ white markings, proven breeder. Mark Troyer, (330) 464-2209 FOR SALE: Male Walker coonhound, 4 yr. championship bloodlines. PKC Reg. Excellent tree dog, hunts well with other dogs. Also, unreg. Walker female. Call 330-359-6351 leave message. FOR SALE. 3 yr old English Bulldog male, aggressive natural breeder, nicely marked, $1000. 330-893-9304 LM

90 Acre Hunting Paradise Log Cabin – Mineral Rights

GPS Coordinates: 40.5500106811523 -82.1453857421875 Location: 5019 CR 22 Glenmont OH 44628. From SR 39 in Nashville midway between Loudonville & Millersburg take SR 514 south to CR 22 east to auction. Watch for Signs!

Friday July 20th, 2012 6:00 PM

Pets Supplies 300

BEAGLE PUPPIES, 10 weeks old, shots & wormed, good markings, some chocolates. Males-$50, Females, $65. Call 330-279-4220

AKC Chocolate Lab puppies, shots & wormed, $275. Call (330) 674-0557 x 3

AKC Havanese puppies, 7 wks old, chocolate & white, good breeding stock, shots and wormed, $275/ ea. Also Bull dog/ Beagle cross pups, $250. 674-9993 VM

ENGLISH BULL DOG Beagle cross female, 4 mo. old; Also Beagle female. Call 330-279-2102 2 YEARS old Yorkie Poo female. $150. Phone (330) 893-3463. FOR SALE: 5 beautiful kittens. Very playful. Make great pets! Best offer.330-893 -4231.

Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

Open For Inspection: Monday July 9 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM

An absolute one of a kind property that rarely sees the auction block. This remarkable offering has it all when you are looking for hunting, recreation, or getaway. The log cabin, built in 2007, has 2 bedrooms, full bath, kitchen, living room with floor to ceiling stone fireplace, open staircase leading to a loft. Full walkout basement along with a front porch overlooking the creek. Utilities include spring water, septic, propane gas. This cabin is built to last and provides year round living capabilities! Additional improvements include a 2 car detached garage. The land is approximately 70 acres wooded with 19 acres open including a nice tillable corn field. The land is easily accessible with trails on either side of the ravine and can be completely navigated with an ATV. The property has been actively managed for whitetail deer hunting with various food plots, and a plethora of tree stand & hunting blind areas. This is the ideal turn key hunting property that is ready to harvest the big Holmes county bucks this fall! All mineral rights are in tact with this property and will transfer to the buyer. Approximately 49 acres have no current or active leases; the balance of the land is held by production. Truly an amazing property that deserves your inspection, join us for the preview date and see for yourself all the opportunities awaiting you with this offering! Parcel 1: 44.459 Acres with 1180’ frontage. Includes Log Cabin Parcel 2: 44.565 Acres with 674’ frontage. Secluded Acreage with nice corn field. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing. No financing contingencies. All inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Sold “As Is” with no warranties. Announcements day of sale take precedence. Acreage & frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey if needed. Any tree stands, hunting blinds, deer feeders, etc. that are on the property at time of preview & auction are not included in real estate. Legal: Parcel #’s 1100522000 & 1100296000 located in Knox Township of Holmes County and the West Holmes School District. Taxes per half year are: $1,343.36 per half year. Any recoupment will be buyer’s responsibility. Auction by order of: Mervin & William Miller

Location: Amish Country Theater. Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.

(Selling in 2 rings starting at 5:00 p.m.) Antiques/Collectibles * Furniture * Toy Tractors * Tools * Millersburg Glass Collectibles: corn sheller’s includes a John Deere, hanging scale, wooden & nylint trucks, wooden tub, empty ammo boxes, wall clocks, large ball claw foot stand, treadle sewing machine, record cabinet, rare small cylinder phonograph w/80 + Edison cylinder records, sled, early book shelf, lit Harp beer sign, paper holder, RR oil cans. Furniture: 2 lit hutches, 2 lit bookshelves, bunk beds, dresser, chest of drawers, chest on chest, drafting table, drawing file, early book shelf, drop-leaf table w/4 chairs, wing back & cane bottom chairs, twin box springs & mattresses, large oak knee hole desk, 4 drawer file cabinet, end tables, couch & love seat, patio table/umbrella, Roma food strainer. Toy Tractors: 50 + tractors Ford includes; (8N, 5000, 8N tractor w/deer born plow, 4 collector’s edition are NAA golden jubilee, 1710, 981 select speed shift, 500 super major tractor), Farmall includes (H, C, 230, HW farmer spec. ann. Edition, 504 Lafayette show, 2 precision series are : regular & F20), John Deer includes; ( 630 LP, 730, 6310, A Canada farm equipment show tractor) International include; (toy farmer 660, 1466 turbo) lots more + 64 scale tractors. Millersburg Glass: rare hob star & feather giant bowl, nesting swan, holly, peacock urn & shotgun bowls, strawberry compote, Rosalind little stars, Ohio Star water bottle, green peacock mystery bowl, Millersburg crystal & post cards, Fenton & Imperial misc. glass. Tools: new Coleman furnace, 5.0 hp pressure washer, Mantis tiller. Garaway Local School District Unused and Obsolete Items Woodworking Equipment: Delta 10” contractors table saw w/ shop fox fence, Delta shaper, 2-Rockwell scroll saws, Delta 16” scroll saw for parts, Rockwell 14” band saw, Rockwell 10” radial arm saw, 2-12” Delta planers for parts, 2 palm sanders and 1 belt sander for parts, lathe guard, assorted power tool cases, assorted stains, complete sets of woodworking, metal working and drafting text books Metal Working Equipment: 36” sheet metal shear, 2HP grinder/buffer, metal horse w/ anvils, 24” metal break, 24” metal slip roller, metal scroll bender, antique Edwards 6” metal shear, Walker-Turner drill press on stand, 6” angle shear, 6 welding helmets, upright 2-sided welding station, oxy-acetylene cart. Miscellaneous: Woods 6’ finish mower, 15 computer monitors, portable medical cabinet/cart. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, July 13th. For free evaluation contact Kenny Miller, auction manager at (330)204-4453. Terms: Cash, Check, or any major credit card with proper identification. 3% buyers premium but will be waived for cash sales.

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FREE: SHEEBA BLUE HEELER cross male. Call (330) 893-7212 ACA SHI TZU male, 10 wks. old. Brown & whtie, shots & wormed, $300. Robert Nisley, 8098 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627, 330-695-2016

Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: 5 yr. old Yorkie female, AKC, ACA, CKC Reg., $350. 330-852- 4985 ####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. ####### DOG BREEDER meeting. Fri., July 13, 6:30 pm. Farmstead Restaurant in Berlin. Topic, dealing with heat in the kennels. Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314. FOR SALE: American Bulldog Border Collie cross, 7 wks. old pups, $50. (330) 674-2531 x1.

Geog Real Estate and Chattel Auction Glenmont/Brinkhaven Area

Location: 14870 Twp. Rd. 4, Brinkhaven OH 43006. From US 62 approx. 15 miles west of Millersburg take CR 25 north approx. 1 mile to CR 75 continue on CR 75 approx. 3 miles to Twp. Rd. 4 south to auction. Or from Brinkhaven take Twp. Rd. 4 north approx. 2 miles to auction. Signs posted.

Thursday, July 19, 2012 4:00 p.m.

Beautiful Log Home on 7 Acres * New Shop Building Stocked Pond * Richland Township * Holmes County Danville Schools * Vehicles * Tractor * Pontoon Boat * Tools Appliances Open House: Tuesday July 10, 5-7 p.m.

A dynamic retreat property or permanent home, this offering is sure to impress. The newer log home has approx. 1900 square ft. of living space on the main floor plus additional area in the walkout basement. The main floor has a nice hickory kitchen with dining area, large living/family room, master bedroom with bath, another bedroom and bath/laundry room. The upstairs loft accommodates 1 bedroom. Wood floors through most of home. The walkout basement has 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath and a large recreation area. Heat source is an outdoor woodburning heatstove. Private water well and septic. Basement has in floor hot water heat. Outside you will find a nice concrete patio and 12’x48’ deck overlooking the pond. Has 30’x30’ attached garage. Shop Building: The new shop is 40’x40’ with a 24’x32’ wing. Has 2 – 12’x14’ bays for trucks etc. Concrete floor with hot water in floor heat. 15’ ceiling. The perfect building for mechanical work or hobbyist of any kind. The stocked pond is spring and creek fed. All of the above in a great country setting surrounded by wildlife of all kinds. Be sure and inspect this tremendous offering! Sells at 6:00 p.m. Legal: Taxes are currently $1073.35 per ½ year. Holmes County parcel # 2000065007. Call for map/brochure and more info. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Full list of chattels in future ads. Owners: Glen and Tina Geog

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GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, 7 weeks old, shots & wormed. $250. Call (330) 852-3192, leave message, will call back.

2 AKC fawn pug males. 2 & 3 years old. (330) 852-4283, VM. Dale Schlabach.

Monday July 16, 2012 5:00 p.m.

* 89.023 Acres * Knox Township * Holmes County * Newer Log Cabin * 2 Parcels * Managed Hunting Property * Wooded & Open Land * Trails Throughout * All Mineral Rights Transfer * Year Round Creek * Incredible Hunting & Recreational *

Pets Supplies 300

FOR SALE: 10' x 24 USDA Approved kennel 18 holding pens, 9 whelpings. Will sell cages seperately. Albert Stutzman 31910 CR 126 Millersburg



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Pets Supplies 320

Tools Machinery 425

FOR SALE: 3 yr. old Puggle female, 3/4 Pug & 1/4 Beagle. $30. 330-695-2153 LM

3 1/2 yr old 3/4 Bulldog, 1/4 Beagle female. Very Friendly, $150 OBO 330-231-9236

FOR SALE: MAKITA Generator 3000. Runs good. $150.00. (330) 359-5409 ext #1.

FOR SALE: Beagle Mix puppies, Born 5/5/12. Will make good pets. 330-674-4999 ext. 1

For Sale: 2 chocolate lab females, ACA registered, good mothers, young dogs, $450 each (330) 674-9900†x1

FOR SALE: AKC Bernese Mountain dog pups. 8 wks old. David Yoder, (330) 674-1860†x5

BOXER PUPPIES, AKC & ACA, shots & wormed, ready to go. 330-763-0123.

60 HP Perkins diesel with clutch, line shaft, hydraulic tank, hydraulic pumps & alternator. Exc. cond. Call (330) 897-8309, leave message.

UKC Walker Coonhound, trees and runs his own coon, $100. Also, free male Beagle. Call 740-824-4692. AKC YORKIE puppies,males and females vet checked, shots, small, good breeder, 8 wks old, $500-$600. (330) 496-9024 2 YEAR OLD AKC Boxer male, fawn with white markings. Good breeder. $200. 330-897-6140. GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies, pure bred, no papers. (330) 897-1348. AKC REG. brindle boxer, male for service fee; Also great cross with Bull Dogs, $150. (330) 231-8648 FOR SALE: 2 yr old female English Bulldog/Puggle mix.$650. 419-994-3528 FOR SALE: Boxers, all AKC reg. Brindle 2 yr old male; Brindle 2 yr old female; Brindle 1 yr old female; Black 3 yr old female. All with white makings. Good breeding stock. 2 females should be bred. Sell as package deal ONLY. $1200. for all 4 dogs. (330) 231-5516. FOR SALE: Baby ducks, quails, show pheasants, roller pigeons, swans- black & white. 419- 606-4561. ADORABLE PUPPIES, 6 wks old, 3/4 Mini Pinscher, 1/4 Terrier - 3 blk/tan, & 3 fawn. Parents on premises, 1st shots & wormed. $150/obo. (330) 674-1102 (2) 1 yr. old Bichon females, $300/each. 330-897-6602, lv. msg. BROWN & WHITE Shih-Tzu/ Yorkie cross male puppy, $75. (330) 893-3619. ENGLISH BULLDOG 3/4 pups. Mini Schnauzer, Snoodle, Poo-chon, Cav-a-chon. Shots, health guarantee. 330- 674-1416. FOR SALE: CHIHUAHUA red & white puppy. 10 month $100. Aden M. Yoder, 330-359-5459 2 AKC French bulldog females, both 1 year old, brindle, never had puppies. $900. each or $1600. for both. Phone (330) 893-3424. BEAGLE MALES, 4 yr old & 6 yr old. Both run rabbits. Ivan Miller 330-674-4572 ROTTWEILER MALE for stud service. Milan Weaver 11998 Berg Rd. A.C., OH 44606 FOR SALE: Pomeranian puppies, 7 wks old, shots and wormed. Leroy Miller, 330-601-4857 I WANT TO BUY AKC Sheltie pups. (330)-415-4354. FOR SALE: 4 yr old ACA Dachshund male. Good breeder, $200. Phone (330) 893-4623. 10 MO. old Yellow Lab female, very friendly, $40. VM 330-695-9805 PUPPIES FOR SALE - Fox Terrier-Beagle mix, born April 13th. Call (330) 567-9561 6 CUTE young guinea pigs, some tri-color markings, make nice pets. $10. each. 330-473-9229. For sale: 5 unit whelting boxes. Very good condition (330) 231-3779 FOR SALE: Nine mo. old Border Collie. Black Tan Elkhound Cross. 7597 Frease Rd., Fredericksburg. 330-695-9392 x 2. THREE ACA Weimaraner females, 1 yr. old. $450. 330-600-0183. FOR SALE: 2 Beagle females. Also Pigmy Billy 330-852-2358 4 WKS. old Chihuahua Toy Fox mix, Black & white, Roy D. Petersheim, 7756 Harrison Rd., Fredericksburg, 330-695-2148

AKC POODLE MALE, White, 2 yrs. old, weighs 3-1/2 lbs. Very cute. (330) 763-1965 FREE nice kittens to good homes. (330) 695-5000. POMERANIAN ADULTS. One 6 yr old ACA female, $100. obo. One 2 yr old female, $150. obo. One 3 year old male, $100. obo. 330-852-2448 ext 3. YORKIE/Toy Fox Terrier mix puppies, ready to go, shots and wormed. 330-763-0123. FOR SALE: Boston bulldog male, 13 mo. old. Roman Yoder, (740) 622-0072. GOLDEN RETRIEVER puppies, AKC, Family raised, shots & wormed. Adorable & healthy puppies. Parents on premises. $275-$435. (330) 893-9414, VM

KAWASAKI 4300 watt generator. Working condition, but needs recoil. $150. 330-897-6602 leave message


WANTED: GOOD used mini surrey. Reuben E. Mast 330-897-5422 x4 WANTED: GOOD used wood, or poly porch glider. Also want, good used wardrobe, and good used dutch cupboard 330-698-3042 WANTED: PIGMY Goat kids and/or Billy. Also bunny hutch. call with price: 330-231-8913 or 330-231-0847 WANTED: SILO PIPE & distributor. 330-893-3701

2 CHIHUAHUA females, ACA reg., born 4/4/11. Blue Merle, 4 lbs. 330-674-6304

WANTED: USED Cricut & Cricut cartridges. (330) 852-7043, leave message.

2 AKC young standard Poodles. $500 fro both. 330- 897-0562 ext 2

WANTED: HAND pump for shallow water well in working cond. Elmer Graber, (330) 893-2598.


Sports Fitness

FOR SALE: good treadmill, electric, $150. 330-473-8385


7 FT high x 10 ft wide garage door. Please call (330) 231-6485. WANTED: Stainless Steel kitchen sink. Good condition. Prefer 7-8 in. deep. 330-893-3850. WANTED: BLACK roofing slate. Also 2000 watt inverter. Amos Schlabach, 330-674-9451 ext. 2 WANTED: STEEL wheels for new idea No. #12 manure spreader. Will trade on air. Andrew Yoder 30936 CR 126 Fresno OH 43824 WANTED: SCAFFOLDING to rent for the

Tools Machinery summer. Also slate roofing tools. Amos Shalbach 330-674-9451

BRAND NEW metal cutting band saw, still in the box, $120. 330-275-7910

WANTED: KEYBOARD in good condition 330-359-5760

KABOTA DIESEL generator, 8KW, 5400 hours, $3500. 330-852-4642

WANTED: NATURAL gas heater, vented, wall mount, 10,000 BTU. Call (330) 674-1416.

FOR SALE: DELTA 6" jointer without motor, good condition, $160 . Call Ivan A. Yoder. 330-893-2439. CENTAURO T3 wood Lathe for sale in good condition. Call Abe Raber 330-893-4521 x 1 STIHL 660 chainsaw used only a few months, excellent condition, $800. Also older 066 saw, works good, $350. 330-275-7910 PORTER CABLE12" compound miter saw. Like new. $225. 330-359-5674 MILLER BLUESTAR engine driven welder, motor works, but needs electrical work done. $250. 330-893-1058 STEEL POWER drill ST45 , in good condition. Leave message 330-674-1694x2 FOR SALE: Electric- 12" Milwaukee compound mitre saw, like new condition, $525. 330-674-2500. FOR SALE: Bundles of slabwood $15. Also edgings $12. Wayne Miller. 6753 Salt Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH FOR SALE: 2 Toyota Lifts 5000 lbs cab, heat, side shift, fork pos. $8500- 3000 lbs side shift $2200. call 330-893-1020 32 HP ISUZU Diesel with air compressor mount. Selling reason: Needed more HP Runs Good 1875. OBO Wayne Miller. 6753 Salt Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH FRICK 2 blade edger with live spiral out feed rolls and return conveyor belt, $4000. Also Blower/pipe/fittings/flex hoes, $1200. 45 HP Perkins diesel, works good, approx. 19,000 hrs, $1800. Also exact same diesel for parts, $800. 330-275-7910

FOR SALE: 1 acre with well & septic, 30x40 pole building with electric & concrete floor. Township Rd 80. $30,000. 330-231-9611.


Auctions Public Sales

WANTED: EASY entry cart, buggy horse size. (330) 852-4704, VM.

Wanted: used mini surrey with rubber tire sliding curtain in good condition. 330-359-1113

FOR SALE. English bull dog/ beagle cross puppies, very cute and good with children. Shots & wormed. Phone (330) 567-3432.

APPLE CREEK, .52-A, water/sewer, $29,500. Kidron 330-464-5817, see:

Wanted to Buy

3 1/2 year old Labadoodle female, $50. 2 Beagle females, $50. each. Phone (330) 897-2103.

ADORABLE AKC Chocolate Lab puppies, wormed, shots, registered3 females - Ready to go! Call 330-231-5088.

Land Sale Rent 460

YOU GOT scrap, we got cash. Pickups and dropoffs avail. No equip. or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980 WANTED: Portable generator, 2000-5000 watt, inverter type in good condition. (330) 893-1058. LOOKING TO buy any unsprayed fruitapples, pears, peaches, etc. please call 330-276-0658 WANTED: NATURAL gas chest freezer. New or used. Please call 330-852-3153 Beachy WANTED: 5 x 9 aluminum bread (loaf pans) 330-359-5713 ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. 330-275-7980


Home Condo For Sale

FARM HOUSE, 4 BR, 2 bath, 2.9 acres with barn. 3 min. from Charles Mill Lake. $105,000. obo. (330) 347-9885. FOR SALE: 3 BR. ranch. C/A. Hardwood floors. Finished walk out bsmt. New furnace. Close to Pomerene Hospital. $112,000/obo. 330-473-2700.


Mobile Home For Sale

FOR SALE: 1994 Mobile home 14 x 66. 2 BR, 1 bath, spare room. Raymond Raber, 4958 T.R. 628, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. 2 miles Southwest of Mt. Hope.

FARMER'S TOWN COMMUNITY LIVESTOCK AUCTION, LLC. Back to the farm night sale, July 20, 7 pm. & driving sale, July 28,10 am. Bring your chairs, will sell outside. Expecting out of state horses. 330-893-8114;vm; Cell: 330-231-6809; Sale days: 330-897-6081.

Apartment Rentals 465

2 BR upstairs apt. Downtown Sugarcreek. Available Aug. 1, 2012. (330) 852-9191. 2 BEDROOM APT in Millersburg $325 a month. + utilities, washer and dryer hook up, deposit and reference required. Call 330-231-5585 after 4:30 pm

Duplex Rentals

LARGE 1 BR duplex in Shreve. Modern kitchen & bath. W/D, stove & refrig. included. $400. + dep. + utils. 330-466-6351.


Home Condo Rentals

LIKE NEW, 2 BR apt. in Mt Hope, $475/mo. + utils. & dep. No smoking. Assist pets only. Ref. req. Phone (330) 674-5618, ext 1 voice mail.

2 BR house in Killbuck, water & central air incl'd, $525/mo +dep. 330-231-5100, 330-763-1003, lv msg.

KILLBUCK 2 BR apt. w/ garage, partially furnished, $385 + utils+ sec. dep. Assist animals only. 330-276-4091.


MILLERSBURG- Newer 3 BR duplex, garage, c/a, $625 + utils., deposit: $625. (330) 674-2198. 2 BR. apt. in country. Perfect for single or couple. Stove, fridge, w/d furn'd. $425/mo.+elec. & wood or propane heat, storage bldg. incl'd. 1 mo. dep. +refs. Assist pets only. 330-763-0208

Mobile Home Rentals

3 BR. mobile home, W/D hookup & car port, storage, deck, on large lot. $460 + dep. & util. Wooster area. 330-317-5991.



2002 FORD Windstar, 139K miles, $3000. Call 330-466-6423.

Farm Machinery and Equipment Auction Saturday, July 28, 2012 • 10:00 AM

Location: 10103 Trail Bottom Rd Dundee, OH 44624 From SR 62 in Winesburg take CR 160 East to Trail Bottom Rd. to auction site. From Dover take 516 to Dundee to Lower Trail Bottom Rd. Combines: JD 6620 Combine, JD 7720 Combine, JD 4400 combine w/ 4 row cornhead 30’’ and 12’ grain head, JD 443 corn head, JD 4425 Combine w/ 4 row 30” corn head and 15’ grainhead, 23.1-26 combine tires Tractors: JD 7610 3400 hrs, JD 4450 12000 hrs, JD 4030, JD 4020 w/ side console hydraulics 8900 hrs, JD 4020, JD 3020, JD 2030 with JD146 loader , Case 580 loader tractor, Case IH 4230 cab tractor, Case IH 5120 tractor 90 HP 4300 hrs, Bobcats: S185 Bobcat w/ cab 6792 hrs, 763 Bobcat 3670 hrs, bolt-on teeth for bucket, attachment: 6 way dozer blade, set of Bobcat tracks, 2 tow motors Trucks and Trailers: Ford 8000 diesel w/ 18’ dump bed, 1997 F250 Diesel Crewcab, Ford 700 w/ dump bed not running, International with 14’ dump bed, tandem axle 18’ flatbed trailer, 12 ton 18’ trailer w/ tandem axle/duals pintlehitch and electric brakes, 16 ton 18’ trailer w/ tandem axle/duals pintlehitch and airbrakes Equipment: Patz U350 TMR Mixer, Triolet TMR mixer, JD 1210A grain cart, JD 456 Baler with net wrap, Gehl 2360 discbine with parts missing, NH 216 Hyd-driven V rake, JD 220 18’ Center fold disk, JD 722 12’ field finisher, JD 643 6 row corn head, Unverferth head cart, Balzer 1016 metering table, Hutchinson 8x30 pto grain auger, JD 7000 12 row corn planter, Pequa 20 feeder wagon, farm fans, AB12B automatic grain dryer, H&S 350 manure spreader w/o beater, JD 8350 18 hole grain drill, JD 2600 5-bottom plow, 500 gal fuel tank w/ meter pump, 15-5-38 duals, 18-434 duals, 20-8-38, Daneiser post hole digger, 2 J&M gravity wagons, 3pt log splitter, Katolight generator 25 kw, Kuhns 2 spinner tedder, Cagle 500 gal sprayer, NH 450 3pt mower, JD 700 grinder mixer, NH 258 rake w/ dolley hyd-drive, Hutchinson 8’ auger, Hutchinson 8”x40’ pto auger, Houle 3pt manure pump, Bush Hog 9 shank disk chisel, 2 200 gal saddle tanks, Chandler 20 liter spreader, Coby 8 ton running gear, 200 gal sprayer no pump, JD 8’ disk, Knight 8018 manure spreader, JD 12 hole grain drill, Gehl 1540 silage blower, gravity wagons, Agripac 9100 bale tuber, NH 57 pto rake, 791 tandem axle manure spreader, 2 20’ wooden feed wagons, JD 10’ pto brush hog, Claas 6 row r.u. 450 cornhead, Katolite generator 25,000 gvw, 2 Miller-pro forage wagons, Pequa 910 9’ tedder, Kill bros. Model gravity box on gear, NH 28’ hay and grain elevator, 16’ pittsburg swing disc, 3pt bale wrapper for up to 5x5 bales, 12 wheel H&S high capacity rake, NH 1000 gal side slinger manure spreader, 1820 blockbuster firewood processor, misc. tires, small load shop and tools and misc. tools, Terms: Payment in full on sale day via cash or check with proper ID Announcements on sale day take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Owner: Stardale Farms Information: Vernon Miller 330.852.4691

Dean Beachy, Auctioneer Berlin OH 330.571.1482

Keith Beachy, Auctioneer Winesburg OH 330.401.6537

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4 Time Winner Mazda Gold Cup


Being certified as a Mazda Gold Cup Dealer is the 2010 most prestigious recognition award that a Mazda dealer can receive.

Mazda Presidents Club Top notch customer care and high sales volume.

2012 Mazda3I TOURING

2012 Mazda CX9 GT AWD

#: 3722

#: 3691


2012 MAZDA3I Lease For $199 x 42mo.x42K*** Sport


PW & Locks, Air, Alloys, Bluetooth



***With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$50 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15. See sales for details.



MSRP $20,345


NOW $19,897

Buy For $263 x 72mo.** at




**740 Beacon w/approved credit 1.9% APR, tax, fees due at signing see sales for detail. All sale prices includes rebates and discounts.


2009 Mazdaspeed3 GT

#3747TC, 16K, Loaded with Leather New Tires and More

On Sale For $20,993 Buy For Only $288 x 72 Mo. 2010 Mazda6 I Touring Plus #3643TA, Loaded, One Owner, 31 mpg Highway w/moonroof .............................................On Sale For $15,999 Only $213 x 72 Months 2011 Mazda3 I Touring PWR Equipped, Retired Service Loaner with Service Records, #3428R .............Only $227 x 72 Months 2.9% APR 2011 Mazda3 I Sport Auto, A/C, CD & More, #P2174 .......................................................................On Sale For $15,892 Only $211 x 72 Months 2.9% APR 2011 Mazda6 I Sport Auto, A/C, Cruise, CD, Keyless, #P2175 .......................................................................On Sale For $16,749 Only $224 x 72 Months 2.9% APR 2009 Mazda6 I Touring Auto, Alloys, Push Button Start, 1-Owner, #3748TA ..............................................Buy For Only $243 x 72 Months 2010 Mazda CX7 Touring Leather, Moonroof, Immaculate, 1-Owner, Low Miles, #3769TA ........Buy For Only $283 at 2.9% x 72 Months



MSRP $35,920

Rebate On Sale for $32,775 With & Discount Lease For $365 x 42mo. x 42K w/$2012 Down***

***With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$300 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15 ***With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$50 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15 additional mile tax and fees are due at signing. See sales for details. †PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE THRU MAZDA’S INCENTIVES.

Or Buy for $449x72mo. at 0.9% w/$2012 Down** **740 Beacon w/approved credit 0.9% APR, tax, fees due at signing see sales for detail.

SPORT CARS & SEDANS 2011 Ford Focus SES PWR Equipped Stunning and Only 20k, #P2134A, .................................................................................On Sale For $15,998 Buy For Only $212 x 72 Months 2011 Hyundai Accent GLS 4Dr., Auto, W/Stereo, #P2173, ....................................................................................On Sale For $12,999 Buy For Only $167 x 72 Months 2011 Honda Civic LX-S Immaculate, W/Alloys & Spoiler, #P2179, ....................................................................................On Sale For $17,772 Buy For Only $239 x 72 Months 2009 VW Passat Komfort Wagon Loaded, W/Leather, #P2168, ....................................................................................On Sale For $16,999 Buy For Only $228 x 72 Months 2011 Honda Civic EX-L 18 Loaded, W/Alloys, Leather, Auto, #P2178 , ...................................................................................On Sale For $19,863 Buy For Only $271 x 72 Months 2006 Hyunda Azera SE Loaded, Luxury Sedan, Leather, Auto & More, #P2182 , ...................................................................................On Sale For $10,590 Buy For Only $154 x 60 Months 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Pwr. Equipped, Auto, 67K, #3671A , .......................................................................................................Only $8,995 2004 Mazda 6 V6, 1-Owner, Loaded, W/Leather, Bose & More, #3775A, ........................................................................................................Only $7,995 2003 Honda Accord EXL V6, 80K, Loaded W/Leather, #3709A , ....................................................................................................Only $10,795 2008 Nissan Altima S Stick, Pwr Equipped, Spoiler, #P2193 , .......................................................................................................Only $8,995

TRUCKS VANS SUV’s 2007 Ford F-150 XL #P2187 , Longbed, Auto, A/C,

Only $8,999 Buy For Only $115 x 66 Mo. 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor LS AWD Stunning 5 passenger, SUV PWR Equipped with Factory Warranty, #P2162, Was $21,500 .................Only $17,999 2011 Suzuki SX4 AWD Auto, 27K Must See, #P2173, .........On Sale For $14,499 Buy For Only $196 x 72 months 2010 Mazda CX7 Touring AWD Loaded, Auto, w/Leather, Heated Seats, #3769TA, .......On Sale For $17,999 Buy For Only $243 x 72 months 2002 Ford Ranger FX4 Ext Cab 4x4 Pwr Equipped, 4 Door, 4.0 V6, #P2166A, .....................................................................................................Just Arrived 2010 Honda CRV EX-L AWD Leather, Satelite Radio, Very Clean, #P2191, .....................................................................................................Only $21,878 2006 Toyota Rav 4 Limited Loaded, V6, #3767TA, ........................................................Buy For Only $199 x 63 months 2004 Mazda Tribute ES 4x4 New Tires, 1-Owner, W/Service Records, #3769TA, ........................................................Buy For Only $151 x 57 months


2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Full Power, #P2158 .....Only $7299 2002 Honda Civic LX Sedan Pwr. Equipped Stick, #P2186 ..Only $5838 2004 Mazda MPV LX Great Condition,W/ Rear A/C, Alloys, Seats 7, #P2190 ............................................................................................Only $6399 2003 Ford Focus LX 4Dr., Auto, Great Fuel Economy, #3758TB Only $4999 2002 Honda Accord EX Loaded, Auto, Alloys & Moonroof, ALL USED CARS WITH #3714TA .........................................................................................................Only $5950 $2012 DOWN 2002 Mazda Tribute LX Loaded, V6, W/Moonroof & More, With approved Credit 740 Beacon @ 2.99% #P2176 ...........................................................................................................Only $6995 APR Unless Noted & Term Listed Next to 2001 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Loaded, Ext. Cab, Full Pwr., Payment Plus Tax & Fees. See Sales for Details W/Cap, #P2192 .............................................................................................Only $6895

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Automobiles 715

'08 MANUAL orange Kia Spectra SX. 75,000 mi., $8000 obo. Call 330-987-5774 for details 2007 FORD FOCUS - Black one, non-smoking owner, dealer serviced, under 83,000 mi. $7200. Call 330-8524282. FOR SALE: '05 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd, 4x4 w/ hemmy, 69,000 mi., $15,500 OBO. 330-763-1214



19' FIBERGLASS Bayliner fish & ski boat, 125-hp Force O/B motor, new interior, everything works good, $3000/obo. 330-231-7490. PM Boat Motor Repair. Full service on out broad motors. $10/hr + parts. call for appointment. 330-674-2500 FOR SALE: 1982 30 h.p. Mariner. Non electric start, $500. Leave message. 330-698-1778 BOAT & TRAILER for sale: 14' alum. Mirro Craft, 9.9 Mariner motor, c a r p e t e d floor & swivel seats, trolling motor, fish finder & lots of extras. Good condition. $1900/all. (330) 695-9963, lv. VM


Motorcycles ATVs

FOR SALE: 1996 Kawasaki 300, 4x4, good cond. 1 owner. $2500. Phone (330) 674-1203 or 330-231-1851. 2004 TOMOS LX moped 1,360 miles. Recently tuned. Great condition. Red looks sharp! $950. 330-231-6438


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Trucks SUVs

2006 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4, 3.7L V6 engine, anniversary model, trail rated, excellent condition, one owner, 144,000 miles, $6,900, call 330-317-6491

Concrete 845

QUALITY CONCRETE DESIGNS, LTD. 20 years experience. No job to big or small. Free est. Gaylon Coblentz, 10570 Lower TR. Rd. NW, Dundee, OH 44624. Call 330-472-9718



SWISS CONSTRUCTION. Amish Crew, pole buildings, garages, additions, reroofs, decks, steel frame buildings. (330) 763-3937. DRYWALL FINISHING. From new construction to patching. JR Yoder 7720 Twp 509, Lakeville, OH 44638. 21/2 mile N. Of Nashville.


CRANE TRUCK RENTAL, 4-5 ton capacity, 45-ft. grapple boom, 25-ft staked flatbed deck, $125/hr. - labor included. Many applications. 330-466-6484.

FREE ESTIMATES $200. OFF WITH THIS AD. Installation & repair on all types of fences, decks & porches. OHIO FENCE & DECK. Call 330-276-0141 or 740-507-5897 WILL CLEAR your fence rows, take out old fence. Have ambusher to clear multifloral rose & brush. Also will build new fence. 18 yrs exp. Call 330-359-6136. Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/330-231-8813


Child Care Service

MOTHER OF 5 WILL BABYSIT in my home, prefer infant-toddler. Close to West Holmes HS. Call 330-567-9726.


Chimney Sweeps

CHIMNEY RELINING, Masonry and Stainless Chimney Supplies. Hiland Supply Co., LTD, 3878 CR 135, Millersburg. VM 330-893-4724.



DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call Michelle at (330) 844-1604. 1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 330-852-4111 (330) 852-4111 40 West Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio 44654 888-852-4111 330-674-7355 Toll Free: 888-852-4111 W NE


Roofing & Spouting

FOR SALE: Tamko Shingles, Rustic Cedar Dimensional $65 per square, 62d square available. Rustic Slate Dimensional $65 per square 20 square available. Rustic Redwood 3 Tab $50 per square 30 square available. Call 330-465-7016

Hauling FOR SALE: 21 trusses 6/12 pitch, 26 ft.

Working Span. Allen Miller, 4691 T.R. 613, Fredericksburg.

Health Fitness

Did you know?

According to Western A. Price Foundation: Nutrients in Whole Foods that Protect Against Cancer Minerals: The body needs generous amounts of a wide variety of minerals for protection against cancer. Minerals like zinc, magnesium and selenium are vital components of enzymes 08350 AD12552129 288 that help the BACKbody fight carcinogens. back groundMinerals white lettersare more easily absorbed from animal foods. Your Local Chapter is: West Holmes Naturals Owen & Ada Yoder 7858 TR 551 Holmesville, OH 44633 330-567-2464 Please call or write for a Free information packet

FOGGED HOUSE WINDOWS? We can fix them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.

STUMP REMOVAL. Great rates. Free estimates. Fully insured. Call today! 330-621-1408.



NEED A NEW ROOF? Call the roofing professionals. Free estimates & fully insured. Quality work guaranteed. Charm Builders Ltd.. 330-231-2790.

WE BUY junk cars 262-9300




SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048.






159 Buckeye St, SW Sugarcreek Great 4 BR, 2 BA home in Sugarcreek with extra elbow room. There are several large garden areas, and nice landscaping along with beautiful rear patio and a large front porch. All on over ½ acre lot. $149,900 Curt Yoder 330-204-2447 Kate Overton 330-204-9339


221 SW Church St, Sugarcreek Completely remodeled in 2009, this 3/4 BR, 2 BA ranch home gives you a new house feeling with a very affordable price tag. This home provides a contemporary/modern feeling and is move in ready. Must see property. $159,900 Curt Yoder 330-204-2447 Kate Overton 330-204-9339

OPEN HOUSE Sat. July 14th 1-3 pm W


Hope Springs Dr, Sugarcreek Another fantastic home built by Miller Homes at The Pointe at Willandale. 4 BR, 2 ½ BA complete with a chef’s gourmet kitchen, including mullet cabinetry, breakfast nook, large pantry plus formal dining area. Great room with a fireplace. Mud room from 3 car attached garage. Susan Crilow 330-763-3734




6709 SR 754, Millersburg Country living at its best on 13.81 acres. 2 BR, 1 BA home that has been well kept. Large country kitchen main floor laundry, workshop/garage, 2 horse stalls. All of this plus a large pond loaded with fish. This property has been well cared for and is a must see. $178,000 Susan Crilow 330-763-3734 Jr. Miller 330-231-1914 10050101

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• Vinyl Windows 06500Installations AD11797131 72 • Free 43399 • Free Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH



SHREVE TREE SERVICE. Free Estimate. Insured 330-496-3412

Manufacture Steel Direct 24 Hour Turnaround Roofing (pick up)

NOTICE: WILL clean up your property in exchange for old metal scrap & old farm machinery. Have ambusher, can do multifloras roses, etc. (330) 763-0497.

Tree Service 1130

CLINE BROS. Tree Service. Free estimates insured. 330-276-3531, cell: 330-763-4832

Steel Roofing 72¢ sq. ft. 10000 AD12562648 72

Lawn & Gardening

ARE YOU TIRED of chasing livestock? I'll fix any type of fence. Call (330) 897-2502. Junior R. Yoder

AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or 330-390-0164.

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FOR SALE: '05 Trail Blazer, 108,000 mi., needs new tires, $8000 OBO. 330-465-5690

Building Materials

REMODELING, ROOFING, decks, storm damage, etc. Free estimates. Call 330-231-6304.

WILL DO interior & exterior painting, 10 years experience. Will also build rabbit hutches. Call Aaron Miller (330) 279-2114.



CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of your remodeling or addition. Quality Comes Standard. 330-231-7195

Roofing & Spouting 1070

Equipment Rental

2005 CHEVY Equinox. Excellent condition 65,000 Miles. AWD $9995. Also four Chevy Alum. And tires $150 wheels. 330-473-7103

SEMI VAN trailers at $1800, used for road or storage. 330-473-3530

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PROFROM XP treadmill, exc. cond. From Sears. Runs from generator or electric. $400. obo. Cash only please. (330) 473-5676.

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2012 Chevy ½ Reg


Sale Price $19,935

2012 Chevy ½ Reg 4x4

V8, Auto, Air, CD Stereo, Cruise Control, Trailering Package, Molded Splash Guards. #180 MSRP ......................$29,190 Sale Price .............$27,499 Rebate .......................$2,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000


SAVE $4,691


2012 Chevy ½ Ton Ext 4x4

V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, Locking Rear Differential. #214

Sale Price

2012 Chevy ½ Ton Ext LT

MSRP ......................$33,675 Sale Price .............$30,793 Rebate .......................$3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

Sale Price

26,793 NEW

2012 Chevy ¾ Ton REG 4x4

Sale Price

2012 Chevy ½ Ton Crew 4x4

MSRP ......................$39,270 Sale Price .............$35,827 Rebate .......................$3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

SAVE $7,443

Sale Price



2012 GMC ¾ Ton Ext 4x4

MSRP ...................... $35,430 Sale Price .............$33,661 Rebate .......................$2,500


5.3L V8, Z71, Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Bluetooth. #225

SAVE $4,066

6.0L V8, Auto, Heavy Duty Trailering Package, Cruise Control, CD Stereo. #198

SAVE $5,118


2012 Chevy Colorado Ext 4x4

MSRP ......................$31,065 Sale Price .............$28,999 Rebate .......................$2,000

V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Trailering Package. #099

MSRP ......................$34,480 Sale Price .............$31,862 Rebate .......................$2,500

Sale Price



2LT, Chrome Assist Steps, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Automatic, Air. #113

SAVE $6,882


SAVE $5,992

MSRP ......................$31,810 Sale Price .............$29,818 Rebate .......................$3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

24,499 NEW

5.3L V8, Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, Power Seat, Cruise Control. #176


84 Ford Ranger Reg 2WD - 4Cyl, Automatic, Alloy Wheels. .......................................................... $1,688 98 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4- Power Seat, Power

Auto, Air, Cruise Control, SAVE Locking Rear $4,040 Differential. #208 MSRP ....................................... $23,975 Sale Price .............................. $22,935 Rebate ........................................ $2,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash ......... $1,000



SAVE $4,269

Sale Price



2012 Chevy ¾ Ton Ext 4x4

LT Package, 6.0L V8, Auto, Power Windows & Locks, Cruise Control, CD Stereo. #198

Sale Price

MSRP ......................$38,945 Sale Price .............$35,651 Rebate .......................$2,500



SAVE $5,794

Sale Price



Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. ............................................................................. $1,961 92 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 2WD - Cloth, AM/FM Stereo, Tow Package. ........................................................ $1,994 01 Dodge 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 - Tilt, Cruise, Alloy Wheels, Air. ................................................... $2,973 92 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4- 350 V8, Auto,Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels. ....................... $3,481 00 GMC 3/4 Ton Reg 4x4 SLE - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo. ..................................................$4,962 96 Ford 1/2 Ton Ext XLT 2WD - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, ..................... $4,977 02 Dodge Dakota Ext - Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package. ....................... $6,948 05 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 2WD - Tilt Wheel, Tow Package, 1 Owner. ........................................ $7,977 07 Ford 1/2 Ton Reg 2WD - Standard, Tilt Wheel, Cloth, AM/FM Stereo. ........................................ $10,938 06 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 - Manual, AM/FM Stereo, 1 Owner, Long Bed. ............................... $11,962 05 Ford 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Air. .......................................................................... $11,963 03 Chevy 1/2 Ton EXT 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, CD Stereo, Keyless Entry, Running Boards, Tow Package. ........................ $11,966 06 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 - Leather Heated Seats, 6 Disc CD Stereo, TV/DVD Entertainment System, Dual Power Seats. ..............................................$14,832 07 Chevy 3/4 Ton Reg - Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio. ............................................................ $14,836 05 Dodge 3/4 Ton Reg 4x4 - Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars, CD Stereo, Air ............................................................................ $14,977 09 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 - Tilt Wheel, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels. #MP6919 ....................................... $16,997 09 Toyota Tundra Ext 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Cruise Control. .....................$17,961 06 Chevy 1/2 Ton EXT 4x4 - 5.3L V8, Auto, Air, Locking Differential, Tow Package. .................. $17,962 05 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 - Z71, Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Bose Stereo System. ................................................................ $18,999 07 Ford 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 STX - Tilt Wheel, Cruise, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, T ow Package. ..........................................................$19,787 06 Honda Ridgeline 4x4- Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air. ................... $19,922 07 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package. ...................................................... $19,987 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Alloy Wheels, Air. ....................$19,988 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 - CD Stereo, Onstar, Tilt Wheel, Tow Package, Bedliner. ....................... $19,992 07 GMC 1/2 Ton 4x4 Ext - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Short Bed, Tow Package. ..................................................... $20,961

GM reserves the right to change rebates at any time, which may result in higher or lower pricing. Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. * Must trade in any make 1999 or newer vehicle to qualify for this Bonus Cash. ** Must be a current AARP Member prior to March 1, 2012 to receive Bonus Cash. Sale ends 7/19/12.

05 Ford 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 FX4 - Diesel, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package. ............................................................... $20,981 09 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext SLE - V8, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. .................. $21,937 08 Ford 1/2 Ton XLT Ext 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio, Short Bed. .............................................................. $21,981 08 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 -Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Xm Radio. ................... $22,796 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 LT - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package. ....................................................... $22,981 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package. ................. $23,861 07 Chevy Avalanche 4x4 - Full Power! Heated Leather Seats, Sunroof, TV/DVD, CD Stereo, XM Radio, Air. ......................................................................... $23,961 09 Ford 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 -Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Short Bed. ....................$24,963 09 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 - Power Seats, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels. ....................... $24,967 10 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4 - Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars, Alloy Wheels, Air. ........................................................................ $25,983 07 Chevy 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 - Power Seats, Heated Leather, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio. ............................................................ $25,987 07 GMC 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 - Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Heated Leather, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. ............................................... $25,987 08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 LT - Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner, XM Radio. ...................... $26,488 08 GMC 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Bedliner, Fog Lights, Running Boards, Tow Package. ......................$26,832 07 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 - Power Locks, Cruise, Leather Interior, Chrome Wheels, Air. .................... $26,941 09 Chevy 1 Ton HD -Dump Body, Tilt Wheel, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package, XM Radio. ............... $26,977 09 Chevy 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 - Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Short Bed. ..................... $27,481 09 Chevy 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 LT - Power Seat, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. ..................... $27,831 08 GMC 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 SLE - Power Windows & Locks, Leather, CD Stereo, Air, Short Bed. ..............................................................$27,942 10 Chevy 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 - Power Locks, Air, Tow Package, 1 Owner. .....................................$28,883 09 GMC 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4- Power Seats, Remote Start, Leather Seats SLT, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. .........................................................................$28,892 11 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 - LT, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Alloy Wheels. .................... $29,927 08 Dodge 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 - Cummins Diesel, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Short Bed. ..................................................... $32,961 10 Dodge 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4 - Cummins Diesel, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package. .....................................................$34,848

*While supplies last. Vehicle color may not refect sale vehicle. Sale ends 7/19/12.

CHUCK NICHOLSON 1-800-803-8209 TOLL FREE 330-674-4015

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• Mon. & Thurs. til 9 PM • Tues., Wed. & Fri. 5 PM • Saturday til 3 PM

Tom Carder

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Holmes County Shopper, July 12, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper for Holmes County, Ohio, published by Dix Communications.

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