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July 19-25, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 15; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

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

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By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer Festival to Jerry Rice said he doesn’t know what he’d do without Helen Hall coming to benefit Lake visit five days a week. He’d probably be Memorial Park in a nursing home. Rice is one of the many clients who Lakeville Community rely on the services of Lakeside Home Club will hold an OldCare, specifically Hall, who has been his home health aide for around eight See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR years. The business got its start in 2000 when owner JoAnn Lorentz, working for another provider at the time, saw a staffing gap in rural areas. Its purpose is FARM & BAKERY LTD. “to provide independence with dignity and respect in a home setting,” she said. Lakeside provides non-skilled services REMINDER and is PASSPORT approved for indiSharp Run viduals in Ashland, Holmes, Richland nty, and School Benefit arracounties, dW g Aiand rin Wayne over the years ea H st Be s a’ ic er Am Cookout has grown to have offices e! id nw rvthice natio Mansfield and Wooster. in Lakeville, ith se wJuly 20 HomeSeaides rvicedo& not provide medical services, but tend to the practical needs nty ir, wish Aid Wa pa Rerra Serving ca’s Best Hearing AmeriTime of people who to remain in their ! e nationwide but require special attention. 4:00 with servic home, Cl & s ng ni ea & Serviceinclude: Such services devices * Personal airtments and FREE Rep jus Ad de in your current hearing care (including Tra Alzheimer’s yo ur Pony Rides patients)Cleanings & re ce iv e up to 50 % of an dcare * nts of justme ly Ad Physical, social and emotional pp Su off a new 5452 St. Rt. 557, Millersburg original purchase price Ans: 330-674-6096 of s pp ttelyrie SuSee Ba Pg. 4 — CARE vices! Batteries set of digital hearing de

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Fashioned Festival on Saturday at Lake Memorial Park, County Road 100, Big Prairie. Hot sandwiches, side dishes, pie and cake will be served starting at 5 p.m. There will be live entertainment, a petting zoo, antique tractor display and a raffle of cash and prizes from area merchants. Proceeds will go for the upkeep of Lake Memorial Park.

Pancake, sausage breakfast held at Winesburg A pancake and sausage breakfast will be served Saturday, July 21, from 6-11 a.m. at the Winesburg Fire Station. All you care to eat for a donation, the breakfast is sponsored by fire department auxiliary.

Clark ice cream social is Saturday The Clark Community Church annual ice cream social will be held Saturday, July 21, from 5-7 p.m. Menu includes homemade ice cream, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, sloppy 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. www.

Berlin High School Reunion is July 21 The Berlin High School Reunion will be held July 21, 1:30 p.m., at Carpenter’s Café, located inside Keim Lumber, state

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Zucchini 4/$1.00 Sweet Candy Onions $.99lb Washington Bing Cherries $36.50/18lb

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advantage of, and allows her to come early in the Bathing and dressing morning. assistance So, she arrives around 6 Medication reminder a.m. and “He’s up waitHousekeeping and ing on me. He wants his laundry cup of coffee,” said Hall, Shopping for groceries joking around with Rice, and medication pick-up with whom she’s come to Caring companionship develop a friendly rela“Our well-trained, pro- tionship. fessional staff has years She makes him breakof experience in home fast, sometimes his favorhealth care,” said Lorentz. ite sausage gravy and “We promise the best in biscuit, and, recently assistance, compassion surprised him with fried and care for you and your green tomatoes. family.” She gives him a sponge Staff is matched to fit bath and gets him dressed. an individual’s specific She cleans and does launneeds, and after receiv- dry and “I do everything ing an initial call, Lorentz he needs done he can’t schedules a free home do for himself,” said Hall, visit to assess the needs. who normally is at Rice’s “At this home visit, we apartment 2-2 ½ hours a determine if we can pro- day. vide the services desired, Hall also shops for him, and we will answer ques- making sure he’s well tions the client and his or stocked in the kitchen her family have,” she said. even when she’s not “Once we have estab- around. “I make sure lished a relationship with he’s got stuff to make a client, we strive to begin sandwiches, and I make services as soon as pos- sure he’s got his munchsible for them.” ies. Corn puffs are his big She takes pride in her thing,” she said. business and her employ“I like oatmeal, too. ees, noting, “I wouldn’t I make that for myself hire anyone I wouldn’t sometimes,” he said. send to my own grandAnd, on the weekends ma’s home.” when Hall’s not around, Weekdays Hall visits Rice can call his son in Rice. He accommodates Shreve for help, but he her work schedule at the said his family’s busy, and West Fork Community Hall’s visits help to take and Senior Center, where the burden off them. she prepares and delivWere it not for her, he ers Meals on Wheels, a said, he’d probably have program he also takes had to move to a nurs(Continued From Page 1)

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Lakeside Home Care Home Health Aide Helen Hall arrives early weekday mornings at the home of Jerry Rice to tend to his basic needs, including making sure he has a good breakfast to kick off his day. ing home. He’s grateful her visits have saved him from having to do that, and he also enjoys her company. “It’s good to have her coming to take care of me,” he said. For more information

about Lakeside Home Care, call 1-866-3270822.

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 330-7631636.

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.

Reporter Christine L. Pratt can be reached at 330-674-5676 or by email at

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August Study to look at Revelation

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Commuity Bible Church will conduct a study in the Book of Revelation for all adults on Wednesdays at 7 p.m., starting Aug. 1. Children may attend a Bible study with crafts, snacks and other activities. For information call 330-316-1036.

Preschool to hold screening day Tri-County Preschool,

Public meeting to be held regarding Brace’s reemployment The Holmes County Board of Developmental Disabilities has announced that Superintendent F. Scott Brace will retire as of Aug. 31 and is seeking re-employment with the county board. The board will hold a public meeting regarding the issue of Brace’s reemployment prior to its regular meeting, to be Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Holmes County Training Center Early Childhood

Multi-Purpose Room, 8001 Township Road 574, Holmesville.

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Church briefs Faith Lutheran food drive is Saturday

Gospel music to be presented Sunday

pines, Gracia and her husband, Martin, were kidnapped by terrorists and spent the next 13 months as hostages in the PhilipThe Wayne-Holmes Divine Purpose and The pine jungle. On June 7, County Chapter of Thri- Stutzman Family Sing- 2002 captivity ended for vent Financial for Luther- ers will present a concert these two missionaries in ans will play host to a non- of gospel music Sunday, a violent rescue that left perishable food drive at July 22 at 7 p.m. at Gos- Martin Burnham dead and Rodhes IGA SuperCenter pel Haven Church. The Gracia wounded. Their in Millersburg on Saturday, church is located at 6871 story of faith in the midst July 21, 9 a.m.-noon. The state Route 241, Millers- of terror and tragedy is drive will benefit the min- burg. For more informa- known around the world. istry of The Love Center tion, call Andrew Miller USA Today says of Food Pantry. Members of at 330-852-8828. Martin and Gracia, “The St. John’s Lutheran Church, Burnhams, under torturMount Hope and Faith Gracia Burnham ous conditions, befriendLutheran Church, Millersed their guards, comfortburg, will take donations of to speak Sunday ed their fellow hostages nonperishable food items Gracia Burnham will and kept their faith in a (toilet paper for example) also be speaking at the God who seemed to have and Thrivent Financial for Family Life Center at abandoned them.” Lutherans will provide Valley View Community matching funds to The Church in Sugarcreek on Ice cream social Love Center Food Pantry. Sunday, July 22 at 6 p.m. This event is open to the planned in Clark The Clark Community public at no charge, and Tripps to be no reservations are nec- Church annual ice cream at Gospel Hill essary. A freewill offering social will be held Saturday, July 21, from 5-7 p.m. LaVerne and Edith will be taken. Burnham is author of Menu includes homeTripp will be presenting the Gospel in Song the New York Times best- made ice cream, hot dogs, at Gospel Hill Ministry, selling book “In the Pres- chicken sandwiches, slop27610 Township Road 45, ence of My Enemies” and py joes, noodles, baked on July 21 at 7 p.m. Take the popular new book beans, potato or macaroni a lawn chair for best seat- “To Fly Again,” and is salad and pies. Cost is by donation with ing. In case of inclement founder of the Martin & weather the sing will be Gracia Burnham Founda- proceeds to benefit the Miley Building. To-go held inside. For further tion. While serving as mis- containers will be availinformation call 740-824sionaries in the Philip- able. 3300.

to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store has recently opened at 7703-B state Route 241, just west of Mount Hope. All proceeds will go to support the Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp. Donations can be taken to the store or dropped off at Ray Shaum’s located at 2678 S. Kohler Road, Orrville. Call 330-857-5516 or 330-464-1261 for more information.

The church is on state Route 83 south of Millersburg, in Clark. Worship is Sundays at 9:30 a.m.

the singspiration at 7. The church is on Township Road 257.

Tent revival meetings are July 22-29

Brian Free and Assurance dinner concert will be held in the lower level banquet facility at the Carlisle Inn of Walnut Creek on Aug. 11. Tickets are $33 and include a family style dinner, gospel concert, tax and gratuity. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Bible school Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the Week of July 22 concert at 7 p.m. For tickCommunity Vacaets call 330-852-3058. tion Bible School presents “Babylon: Daniel’s Courage in Captivity,” Browns dinner July 22-26 from 6:30-9 concert is Sept. 8 p.m. each evening. VBS The Browns dinner con- will be held at Shreve Methodist cert event will be held in United the lower level banquet Church and is also sponfacility at the Carlisle Inn sored by Shreve Chrisof Walnut Creek on Sept. tian Church and Shreve 8. For tickets call 330-852- and Hopewell Presbyte3058. Tickets $33 and the rian Churches. Register price includes a family at any of the four sponstyle dinner, gospel con- sor churches or online at https://www.groupvbs. cert, tax and gratuity. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. com/vbs/hl/shrevecomDinner is at 6 p.m. and the munityvbs. You may also contact SCVBS web concert is at 7 p.m. registrar Jeremy Burnison at 330-567-9394 or Donations needed jeremyburnison@yahoo. Donations are needed com.

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

Concert will be Aug. 11

Community Differing paths can lead to same destination “It’s one thing to feel that you are on the right path, but it’s another to think that yours is the only path.” — Paulo Coelho. The people who make me the most crazy are the ones who think their life path is the only “right” one. How presumptuous and egotistical to think you are right and anyone who disagrees with you, or takes a different path, is wrong. Let’s say you and I are both going on a wellplanned vacation this year. We may even be going to the same place, say Salem, Mass., for example. (I like to visit Salem, brings me in touch with my old relatives, if you follow.) Now, even though we may be going to the same place, we won’t necessarily take the same path to get there. The point isn’t to follow the same trail, so long as we get where we want to

go. Many factors may affect what path we choose to take. Where we live, how we feel about highways versus back roads, scenic route versus most straightforward route, kind of car we have, and so forth. It doesn’t really matter what path we take; we’d both get to the same point eventually. Every summer, when I was a teen, my mom made me do all the housework. Yet she’d always complain that I didn’t do it “right,” meaning I didn’t do it the way she did. She’d tear up the whole house and it’d take her all day to finish. I’d start in the bedrooms and work my

way around doing one room at a time and be done in a few hours. It didn’t matter that I didn’t follow the same path she did; the house was clean! I was not good at math in school and I’m still not. In fact, if my checkbook balances my bank calls to see if it’s been stolen. Part of my issue was the strict educational system I was in refused to allow us to come to answers — even if CORRECT — using our own systems; we had to follow theirs. My mind does not work in mathematical logical manner; I’m creative. I could get the correct answer, but “showing my work” is what messed me up. I could come to the desired end in math, but sometimes I couldn’t follow the same path the teacher did to get there. SO WHAT?! We’ve all taken criticism, I’m sure, from people for many years of our

lives because we didn’t do things the way our parents, our siblings, our friends, or the children of our parents’ friends did. We forged our own paths instead. But think of the most accomplished figures in our culture’s history. Most often they were people who diverged from accepted pathways and forged new pathways that many of us are still benefitting from. For example, if Ben Franklin hadn’t pushed forward in pursuit of his belief in electricity — in spite of ridicule from others — I’d be chiseling this column into stone. Wouldn’t the world be so much more pleasant if we simply waved at each other as our divergent paths crossed, rather than shaking our fists at those on what we perceive to be the “wrong” path?

Briefs New arrivals MAREK JAMIE was born June 25 to Mark and Darbie Sundberg of Killbuck. He weighed 11 pounds, 1 ounce and was 22 1/2 inches long. He joins siblings Matthew, Hunter, Keaton and Emersyn. Grandparents are Charlene Taylor, Paul Harris, both of Killbuck, and Norma Jean Sundberg of Tallahassee, Fla. Greatgrandmother is Wanda Close of Killbuck.

Summer Crisis Program continuing

The Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland Community Action Commission’s Summer Crisis Program continues to offer assistance to households affected by extreme heat. The program, funded through the Ohio Department of Development, Office of Community Assistance, will assist households with a TRENT RUSSELL was resident age 60 or older born June 19 at Wooster or those with a houseCommunity Hospital to hold member with a Julie and Russell Stolcals qualifying medical conof Nova. He weighed 8 dition or a household pounds, 8 ounces and was with a disconnect on 191⁄4 inches long. He joins its electric bill or are already disconnected. a sister, Emilee. Grandparents are Air conditioners may be Jamie and Jody Snyder available to qualifying of Wooster and Russell households. The program will operand Lisa Stolcals of Nova. Great-grandparents are ate through Aug. 31. For Martha Snyder of Wooster more information or to and Don and Pat Speel- schedule an appointment call 330-674-6479. man of Fredericksburg.

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A beautiful church is not just another building; it stands as a testimony to God. When you enter in you find peace and refuge. On a day of worship you find uplifting prayer and magnificent music, a gathering of fellow worshippers sharing the power of God’s Word together. In days of harsh reality, God is the ideal that gives comfort and meaning to our souls and His house is the sanctuary where we find strength for our daily climb through life. Make the climb that will make the difference as you climb the steps to your chosen house of worship every week. Genesis 22:1–19

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Thursday, July 19, 2012 — 7

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A taste of the season that is tough to ‘beet’ If you think it’s steamy outside, you ought to see my kitchen! With midsummer quickly rolling our way, the pick of the season is starting to show up by the quart, peck and bushel at local vegetable stands and farmer’s markets. Zucchini, green beans, onions, summer squash ­— I don’t discriminate much; if it’ll fit in my steamer it’ll land on my menu. I pass a vegetable farm on Carr Road every day on my route to and from work, and watch the sign out

front more closely than the weather at this time of year. The one steamer-stuffer that rises above all others for me is the red beet. I’ve been a beet junky since I was little, and surely my first introduction to the delicious red

root was my mother’s “Harvard Beets” — a dish she has whipped up for my birthday for each of the last 40-odd years! (She spoils me, it’s true; there’s just no getting around that one.) I’m a year-round beet eater and can frequently be observed popping open a can from the grocery to fork the entire contents into my face and then chase it by chugging the juice! My children consider this one of my signature “crazy old man” acts,

and I typically humor them by making sure that I dribble some of the blood-red juice down my chin and chase them around like a vampire. Canned beets are wonderful, indeed, but just as with most anything that grows from the ground, they pale in splendor to their garden-fresh counterparts that have been yanked up only hours before! Most of my own family and many of my friends have grown to at least tolerate red beets although


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few confess anything approaching my own flatout love for the vegetable. Interestingly, I find very few people who vehemently dislike them; however, I did have a conversation recently with a friend who admitted to a certain level of disdain for my beloved root. “I don’t know exactly what it is,” she said. “I think it’s got a lot to do with the fact that they taste so much like dirt.” “Like dirt?” I replied. “You do realize that most folks at least dust them off before plopping them in the pot, right?” “Very funny, John. Yes, I assure you that any beet that has ever arrived on my plate has been thoroughly scoured. It’s just that they’ve got that “earthy funk” to them— sort of like radishes.” “Sacrilege!” I cried. “You dare to lump my beloved beets in with a root so reviled it is invariably the very last item remaining on every vegetable tray

upon which it appears? Those are fightin’ words, woman!” “Oh, now,” she said digging in her heels. “I don’t think radishes are as universally despised as you might imagine.” “Really? How many people do you know who actually like radishes?” I asked. “I know only one: my sister, Sandy, and I figure that was just a consequence of the odds. When you have eight kids in the family one of them is bound to end up with a weird gene or two.” “Weird gene, hah!” she said. “I’ll have you know that my own mother happens to LOVE radishes!” I blinked dramatically, opened my eyes wide and raised my eyebrows. “I think we’re done here,” she growled and stomped away — probably in the direction of the nearest radish patch! Freak! For more fun, be sure to land on my Facebook Page: JohnLorsonSendHelp.

Holmes County 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, 2:15-2:45 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.

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Berlin Lions Pride Ride is Saturday Carl Maxwell will be the speaker when Berlin Lions Club meets at noon for a light lunch at the Berlin Community Building on Thursday, July 19. The Lions will be selling barbecued chicken on Saturday, July 28 in Charm from 10 a.m. through 1 p.m. or until sold out. Proceeds go toward the Berlin Park Development project. The Lions Pride Ride on Saturday (July 21),

to benefit Camp Echoing Hills, will be leaving from the Snyder Insurance Building in Berlin with registration for the poker run beginning at 10 a.m. All bikers are

welcome! Call Carey Conn at 330-763-2807 for more information. Aug. 11 will be a fun time at the park! Volleyball tournaments will be held from morning until late afternoon. There will be hot dogs and hamburgers for lunch, barbecued chicken for supper. John Schmid will be in concert at the end of the day. See for further updates on park events.

Johnny Appleseed Festival will celebrate 200th anniversary of Wayne County This year’s Johnny Appleseed Festival will be celebrating local tradition while also commemorating the establishment of Wayne County. The theme for the festival will be the 200th anniversary of Wayne County on Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28, from 4 to 11 each night at the village park. Both nights will feature a chicken barbecue beginning at 4:30 and continuing until it is gone. Apple Creek Boy Scout

The Home Builders Association of Wayne & Holmes Counties 2012 Parade of Homes

July 27-29 & August 3-5 Fridays: 3:00-8:00, Saturdays: 1:00-8:00 Sundays: 1:00-6:00 NOTE: Home #10 in Millersburg has been withdrawn.

$1.00 Per Person-Per House, Children 12 & under Free A portion of the proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity Tickets sold at each home only. This enters you to win one of the following prizes: Flat Screen T.V.-Courtesy of The J. Horst Mfg. Co. $500 Gift Card to Stone Barn - Courtesy of Stone Barn Furnishings 100 Yards of Carpet (no labor) - Courtesy of National Carpet

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431 Overlook Circle, Dalton 16591 Hanover Rd, Orrville 7024 Back Orrville Rd, Wooster (not open Sundays) 7036 Back Orrville Rd, Wooster (not open Sundays) 5140 Crooked Creek Dr, Wooster 3952 Peabody Pl, Wooster 2373 Canterbury, Wooster 489 DeKalb Ln, Burbank 5225 Maplegrove Rd, Shreve for a Google Map of all the Parade Homes MAP # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Troop 69 will perform the flag raising ceremony. The event will have booths sponsored by businesses, local clubs, organizations, churches and schools. Wooden nickels will be available to purchase along with a 50/50 drawing and raffle tickets being sold for the drawings on Saturday night. Bingo will be from 7-11 p.m. by the Sons of the American Legion. The inflatables will be a balloon bounce house, obstacle course and two-lane bungee run, all sponsored by Apple Creek Bank. On Friday there will also be police canines, a princess contest, recogni-

tion of the senior citizen queen and the Apple Creek Blue Grass Band. Saturday will start with the parade lining up at the Ford garage at 2:30 p.m. It will start through town at 3:30 with Jack Pealer as Johnny Appleseed. Entries for the pie and bread baking contest must be at Mayer Carson Hall by 4:30 p.m. This evening features pony rides and a petting zoo from 4:30 to 9:30, tractor pull (for ages 4 to 12), water barrel fight, recognition of the honored citizen and pie and bread baking winners, pie and bread auction, and entertainment by John Schmid.

Letter to the Editor

It’s our duty to educate our children Editor: Boys and girls living in the East Holmes School District face a challenging future in which brainpower will be more essential than muscle power. No longer can they follow in our footsteps. They will need a high-quality education provided by a modern school system. East Holmes has been such a system — achieving an Excellent with Distinction rating from the Ohio State Board of Education while maintaining topnotch athletic, arts and music programs. Today, however, East Holmes is struggling to overcome reductions in federal and state funding and rising operating

costs. Our dedicated school board , administration, faculty and staff are squeezing maximum returns from each dollar provided by taxpayers. But it’s not enough. Additional funding is necessary to meet the expanding needs of our boys and girls. Thus, we again are being asked to approve a 3.77-mill, five-year, levy on Tuesday, Aug. 7. I’m a senior citizen living on retirement income. I’ll feel the pinch like everyone else. My rent will go up to cover higher school taxes paid by my landlord. But I recognize an obligation —a duty — to tap my limited resources in order to educate the children who must carry our nation in the decades ahead. Without a highquality education, they will be unable to cope with a challenging future. The fallout will be felt right here in Holmes County. It’s essential, therefore, that we face the facts, tighten our belts, and vote for the levy. Roger H. Hippsley Walnut Creek

Business brief Haudenschild earns Sr. Partner Designation Haudenschild Insurance Agency of Loudonville earned the Senior Partner designation from Grange Insurance. The honor places special status upon independent agencies that sell Grange products based on experience, professionalism and superior performance. Located at 15162 State Route 39, Haudenschild Insurance Agency serves customers in Loudonville and the surrounding area. For more information call 419-994-5555.

The Holmes County Shopper News

Thursday, July 19, 2012 — 9

Amish Country Theater is big hit with locals, tourists The Amish Country Theater has launched and is flying high — entertaining the visitors and residents of Ohio’s Amish Country. The brand new theater is beginning its second month of shows, and has already received glowing reviews from tourists and local residents. Guests are greeted by a first-class blue grass band and treated toa cast of comedic characters including a host, magician, a quick-witted country bumpkin named Lynyrd, clean stand-up comedians, and many other entertaining characters. Carol Glessner has been offering bus tours with Country Coach Adventures in Beach City for 20 years. “I haven’t laughed like that in years,” said Glessner. “The barnlike setting is so perfect, the view of the valley is awesome, and the seats,

sound, lighting, were all professionally done. I look forward to seeing it again, and again!” The 325-seat auditorium is designed to replicate an authentic Amish barn featuring professional audio and lighting, air-conditioning and comfortable theater chairs. Guests are encouraged to arrive early to enjoy homemade concessions and the breathtaking view of the Amish Country valley. The Amish Country Theater has also been popular with the local residents. “We have been getting a great response from the local community,” says co-owner Jeff Conn. “Locals have really enjoyed the show and have come back bringing family and friends. We went to great lengths to ensure that our show was respectful and not

offensive in any way to our community. I believe that’s why our show has been so popular within the community. It’s a fun place to bring your family for good, clean music and entertainment.” Locals who remember the old flea market will be amazed at the renovations that took place. The 12,000 square-foot area was renovated and remodeled to host an authentic Amish Barn and Barnyard. Guests first enter into the Barnyard which features an 18-foot windmill, an authentic Hen House, and a patio overlooking the Amish Valley. Then guests enter the barnthemed theater through giant sliding doors. The inside of the barn contains 325 theater chairs, a raised 20-foot stage, giant lofts, antique decorations and a beautiful mural.

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The 325-seat auditorium is designed to replicate an authentic Amish barn. The Amish Country Theater has special pricing that makes it affordable for local families to enjoy the show. Adult tickets are under $20 and

kids are half price. Special promotions and season passes are available to local residents. Shows are performed every weekend on Thursday, Friday

and Saturday. Visit its website at or call 1-888-988-SHOW for show times and more information.

es, pie and cake will be served starting at 5 p.m. There will be live entertainment, a petting zoo, antique tractor display and a raffle of cash and prizes from area merchants. Proceeds will go for the upkeep of Lake Memorial Park.

Gospel music to be presented Sunday

pel Haven Church. The church is located at 6871 state Route 241, Millersburg. For more information, call Andrew Miller at 330-852-8828.

Entertainment briefs Festival to benefit Lake Memorial

Park Lakeville Community Club will hold an OldFashioned Festival on Saturday at Lake Memorial Park, County Road 100, Big Prairie. Hot sandwiches, side dish-

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COUNTRY GOSPEL — An evening of country gospel music performed by Will Stoltz from Pennsylvania will be presented Sunday, July 22, at Jitters Coffee House in Millersburg. Music starts at 7 p.m.


For me, it’s a shot of myself around 3 years old. I am standing on our back deck in the sunshine, and I’ve got a perfectly shaped black mustache, thanks to my short career of singing into the hose of the Shop Vac which was just used to clean out the fireplace. I’m pretty sure I’m wearing a green shirt, but like most pictures from the past, the colors that were never that great in the first place have faded away over time. The telltale white border around the outside of the square photograph is starting to curl and yellow from age, and the actual quality of the photograph pales in comparison to what we can do today, even on our cell phones. But there’s just something about those old pictures. Today, whether or not you are tech savvy, actual cameras are practically a thing of the past. Ask a kid what “film” is and they’ll give you the same blank stare they give when you ask them what it means to “rewind” something. The mere

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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

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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.

those special shots that we once waited weeks to see. There was trust involved … Did you actually get that shot? And of course, suspense … When, oh when will the photo booth open?!? But mostly there was the limited number of memories you could grab with your camera. You had to consider if something was good enough to spend the money on shooting and printing, and then you had to get it just right because that shot was your only chance. And chances are you got it. Sure, there are plenty of pictures that contain thumbs over the lens and closed eyes and blurred faces. But there are some that freeze the ideal moment in time so much that I have to wonder was the world truly black and white when my grandparents were small? And in the late 1970s were the colors dim and muted? I’m not sure I want to know the answer, even if there was an app for that.

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idea of having to take 24 photos and then drive somewhere to turn them in for developing, only to wait a week to get them back, would about blow the mind of anyone born in the last 15 years. The cameras of even recent times have been replaced by cell phones, a conveniently on-hand device that lets us take pictures just about anywhere, anytime, where they are easily uploaded to social websites so that all of our friends can keep visual tabs on our lives. The ease of photography these days leads to an excessive amount of pictures, and I wouldn’t be surprised if only 5 percent of what is taken actually ends up printed on a piece of paper. What was once a special moment that you hoped you captured is now a string of 14 shots, because one of them is

bound to be good. So I have to wonder, have we lost the wonderment that is the photograph? Maybe. But I think it’s coming back. Because of the ease of smart phone applications, people are now able to take their bazillion photographs and convert them into those old-fashioned looking pictures. You can make them black and white, sepia tone, washed out, and even fade those colors just like the mustache picture from youth. You can add that classic white border to the square photo, or even one that looks like torn paper. And then you can share it for all of your friends to see. Extremely simple, extremely clever, and as some might think, extremely comical to see people with their expensive smart phones purchasing apps to make their photos look old and worn out. I think there’s a reason we’re all jumping on this insta-memory bandwagon. I think we miss

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Thursday, July 19, 2012 — 11

Barbwire Awards are presented at Harrison County Fair Dairy Show Breeds Melinda Stewart. Reserve Senior Champion All Breeds — Karissa Bardall. Grand Champion Dairy Cow — Melinda Stewart. Winners in the Jersey Open Dairy Show are: Junior Calf — Cottonwood Farm, first; Redeye Ridge Farm, second. Junior Yearling — Redeye Ridge Farm. Junior Champion — Cottonwood Farm, Chris Scott. Reserve Junior Champion — Redeye Ridge Farm. Five Year Old Cow — Karissa Bardall. Senior and Grand Champion — Karissa Bardall & Family, RichMar Farms.

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Harrison County Fair Open Dairy Show winners are Junior Champion Red & White, Mark Bardall (left); Reserve Grand Champion Red & White, Tanner Bardall and Grand Champion Red & White, Erin Bardall.

wood Farm, first; RichMar Farms, second; SanMar Holsteins, third. Summer Yearling — San-Mar Holsteins. Junior Yearling — SunWinners in the Red and nydale Holsteins, first; White Open Show: Junior Heifer Calf — Caldwell Dairy, second. Winter Yearling — San-Mar Holsteins. Intermediate Calf — Plainfield Farms, first; Sunnydale Farms, second. Caldwell Dairy Farm. Senior Yearling — Senior Calf — San-Mar Holsteins, first; Rich-Mar Plainfield Farms. Junior Champion — Farms, second. Junior Champion — Cottonwood Farm, Chris San-Mar Holsteins, Mark Scott & Family. Reserve Junior ChamBardall & Family. Reserve Junior Champi- pion — Caldwell Dairy, on — San-Mar Holsteins. Ronald Caldwell & FamThree Year Old Cow — ily. Senior Two Year Old San-Mar Holsteins, first; Rich-Mar Farms, second. Cow — Plainfield Farms, Senior Champion and first; Rich-Mar Farms, Grand Champion — San- second. Three Year Old Cow Mar Holsteins, Mark Bar— Trbo-Land Holsteins, dall & Family. Reserve Senior and first; Sunnydale Holsteins, Reserve Grand – Rich- second; Sunnydale HolMar Farms, Richard Bar- steins, third. Four Year Old Cow — dall & Family. Trbo-Land Holsteins, Winners in the Holstein first; Rich-Mar Farms, second. Open Show: Five Year Old Cow — Junior Heifer Calf — Caldwell Dairy, first; Sun- San-Mar Holsteins, first; nydale Holsteins, second; Plainfield Farms, second. Aged Cow — San-Mar Caldwell Dairy, third. Intermediate Heifer Holsteins, first; Plainfield Calf — San-Mar Hol- Farms, second. Senior and Grand steins, first; Redeye Ridge Dairy, second; Alisha Champion — San-Mar Thompson, third. See Pg. 14 — SHOW Senior Calf — Cotton-

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Harrison County Fair Open Dairy Show winners are Reserve Junior Champion Holstein, Addie Caldwell (left); Junior Champion Holstein, Chris Scott; Reserve Grand Champion Holstein & Reserve All Breeds Champion, Austin Trbovich; Grand Champion Holstein & Grand Champion All Breeds, Mark Bardall.



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Markets lbs. 125-215, crossbred 60-130, crossbred heifers 75-160. 142 GOATS — Kid 140down, billies 202.50-down, nannies 147.50-down, wethers 242.50-down. 461 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 50-75, lambs 40-60 lbs. 110-165, 60-80 lbs. 112-162.50, 80-100 lbs. 107.50150, 100-140 lbs. 105-130. TOTAL HEAD — 1 407. 57 LOADS — Alfalfa 1st cutting 335, 2nd cutting 360500, 3rd and 4th cutting 275310, mixed 1st cutting 110-335, mixed 2nd cutting 175-400, lg. bales hay 65-120, lg bales hay 190-360 ton, wheat straw 220 ton, lg. bales straw 135-175 ton, ear corn 235. 660 DOZEN EGGS — White .90, brown 1.10-1.40.

(Continued From Page 12) MOUNT HOPE AUCTION July 11 15 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 70, sows, light 45.50. 41 FAT CATTLE — Choice steers 105-110.50, good steers 100-105, heifers 84-111, choice Holstein steers 97-102, good Holstein steers 84-97. 16 BULLS — Jersey bulls 75-87.50, 1,000-1,500 lbs. 81.50113, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 86.5093.50, 2,000 lbs.-up 90. 193 CULL COWS — Good 70-78, medium-good 64-70, fair-medium 58-64, light-thin 58-down; 66 Feeder, steers 70-117.50, heifers 70-95. 249 DAIRY— Cows 1,200down, bred heifers 1,125down, open heifers 885-down; dairy bulls 875-down. 222 CALVES — Back to farm Holsein bulls 95-120 lbs. 120-155, good 90-120, common 50-90, Holstein heifers 95-120

KIDRON AUCTION July 12 69 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 35-50, 210-230 lbs. 45-67, 230260 lbs. 61.50-67.50, butcher sows 33-47, boars by weight 20.

586 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 21-42.50, 41-50 lbs. 33-46, 51-60 lbs. 37.50-58, 61 lbs.-up 56-77, service boars 100-180. 141 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 100-122.50, back to farm, heifers 85-165, light & thin 70-down. 145 CATTLE — Steers 84.50, heifers 68-93, bulls 83.50-92.50, good beef cows 69-75.50, medium to good 61.50-68.50, thin to poor 60-down; feeder steers 67.5095, heifers 76. 18 SHEEP — Market lambs 90-125 lbs. 115, feeder lambs up to 85 lbs. 100-110, cull ewes and bucks 40. 18 GOATS — 10-95. 174 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,025-down, heifers 1,400-down, service bulls 3851,040, open heifers 400-925. TOTAL HEAD 1,169; Consignors 239. 20 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 170-320, 2nd cutting 210370, lg. bales 85-90 each, hay 4th cutting 320, straw 160-180 ton.

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Dairy (Continued From Page 11) Holsteins, Mark Bardall & Family. Reserve Senior & Reserve Grand Champion — Trbo-Land Holsteins, Austin Trbovich. Grand Champion All Breeds — San-Mar Holsteins. Reserve Champion All Breeds — Trbo-Land

Holsteins. Dam & Daughter — San-Mar Holsteins, first; Sunnydale Holsteins, second; Rich-Mar Farms, third. Produce of Dam — Rich-Mar Farms, first; Rich-Mar Farms, second; Caldwell Dairy, third. Best Three Females — San-Mar Holsteins, first; Plainfield Farms, second;

Rich-Mar Farms, third. Judge for the Open Show was Tom Uber, Adamsville, Pa. The Open Class Dairy Show was dedicated to the memory of Mike Pareso, Harrison County Fair Board member. The show was managed by the Harrison County Dairy Association.


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Preparations are under way for the 47th annual Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale and Auction held annually at Central Christian School in Kidron. The Relief Sale begins on Friday afternoon, Aug. 3. Food and vendor booths will be open at 4 p.m. The evening program will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a variety of music by John Schmid, the Miller Sisters and the Loren Glick Family. Everyone will be able to preview Saturday’s auction items. Again, there will be a silent auction of theme baskets and other donated handmade items. On Saturday morning, breakfast starts at 7 a.m. Breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, sausage gravy and biscuits, and more. The Run for Relief 5K run will be held at 8 a.m. At 9 a.m., the Art and Collectible Auction starts in the large tent and the Wood & Tool Auction starts in the gymnasium. The Quilt Auction will begin at 10 a.m. Gerber’s chicken barbecue, Laotian egg rolls, homemade ice cream and much more will be available for lunch. The fourth annual

mering and welding just to smash it up in a demolition or combine derby. Passions can be very different. One lady who was a member of our local Farm Bureau Council always won the yearly cake baking contest with a beautiful angel food cake. Try as they might, the other ladies could never beat her. Years later they would learn that she had never baked a single one of those cakes! A local bakery had always baked her cake and she picked it up at the back door! Her passion was winning that contest even if she couldn’t do it herself! A fellow that my family knew was always hired to husk corn, back in the days when it was cut and shocked. His passion was being the one who could husk the most bushels every day. It was a lot of hard work, but at the end of the day he went home happy and satisfied. Having the most beau-

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ing the Centennial of Miller’s Monster sponsored by Crawford Manufacturing and SUPERB Industries. The Case 110 steam engine, restored by local steam enthusiast J.D. Miller, turns 100 years old this year. Miller’s Monster has been at Doughty Valley several times, but this year is different because it is celebrating its centennial and it may be its last trip to Doughty Valley. “I am getting older and moving the monster machine is a lot of work. This may be the last year I will take it out of storage for a steam event,” Miller said. The monster machine is a mechanical marvel by

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Miller’s Monster, a Case 110 steam engine, restored by local steam enthusiast J.D. Miller, turns 100 years old this year. any measure, but the story of machine restoration is one of a labor of love and dedication to craftsmanship. It was built in 1912 in Racine, Wis. and delivered to Alberta, Canada where it remained in the ownership of the same family for decades. Miller saw it advertised in the Canadian Antique Magazine and purchased it in 1998. Although, the engine was still in comparatively good shape, it did not meet the craftsmanship standards of Miller so he set about putting

it back into mint condition. Miller disassembled the machine completely and restored each piece back to original specifications. All of the flu pipes that run through the boiler from the firebox to the smokestack were replaced and the boiler recertified to State of Ohio standards. In fact, the Ohio Department of Commerce Boiler and Pressure Vessel personnel have used Miller’s machine as a standard of quality and safety. Miller spent 10 years on

its restoration including a complete replacement of the cab and tender that holds coal and water for fuel. The job was finished with a paint job that includes pin-striped gold detail by local artist Mahlon Troyer. “I told Mahlon what I wanted, and he did a fantastic job, just like I wanted it,” Miller said of the artist’s work. The monster is indeed a monster sure to impress and fascinate craftsman and layman alike. At over See Pg. 22 — MONSTER

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A demonstration of Threshing, Saw Milling, Plowing, Shingle Milling, Power Eater, and many other exhibits, the way it used to be, in a natural setting. Featuring Steam Engines, Antique Tractors, Oil Field and Hit & Miss Engines, Antique Tools and Equipment. Loading Dock on Grounds.

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Obituaries Rogelio Gutierrez, 30 R o g elio M. “Rojo” G u t i e rrez, 30, of Killbuck, passed a w a y

Monday evening, July 2, 2012, following an accident at his home. He was born Nov. 12, 1981, in Spanish Lookout, Belize, the son of Dario and Esperanza (Alcantara) Gutierrez, and mar-

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Mary Lou Johnson, 62, Holmesville, passed away Sunday, July 8, 2012, at Wooster C o m munity Hospital, after a courageous battle with cancer. Funeral services will be Saturday, July 14 at 10 a.m. at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with pastor John Damron officiating. Burial will be in Killbuck Cemetery. Friends may call Friday from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; or to Cancer Treatment Center of American, in care of Brian McEvily, 1331 E. Wyoming Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19124. She was born Jan. 26, 1950, in Coshocton, the daughter of Cletus and Ethel (McVay) Varnes, and married Paul Montgomery in 1968. She

later married Fred L. Johnson. She had worked at Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg in dietary for more than 10 years and for 17 years at Holmesville Elementary School. She loved to bake and enjoyed going to garage sales. Surviving in addition to her husband, are children Wendy (Bill) Hutchison of Wooster, Dave (Elizabeth) Montgomery of Fredericksburg and Fred A. Johnson of Holmesville; stepdaughters Karen (Bob) VanHoose of Marysville and Deborah (Gary) Skaggs of Urbana; grandchildren Harley, Nicole, Travis, Karter and Matthew; step-grandchildren, Emily, Brian, Jason, Shannon, Breanna and David; sisters Carole (Dick) Mizer of Warsaw, Cleta (Henry) Miller of Holmesville and Sherry (Jim) Logan of Clark; several nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Chuck Hendershot. She was preceded in death by her parents; infant daughters, Michelle and Lydia Joe; and a sister, Deborah James.

The Beekeeping Tent will offer sessions, demonstrapresentation about black- tions and supplies. legged ticks and Lyme Other ongoing demondisease by Glen Need- strations include pioneer ham, as well as Timber equipment with proper Management Options, hitching, collar and harBird walks and Nature ness fitting by N&A Harwalks. ness, Using “‘aAa’ BreedChildren will be pro- ing Guide to Make Your vided with Microscopes Cows” by Greg Palen, Demonstration, Indian Horse training with Artifacts, Traveling Bug Henry Hershberger and Zoo, a Treasure Garden, a Pete Beachy, Outdoor Hay Maze and Corn Box. Bake Oven, Composting

Ideas by Fred Michael, microscope with blacklegged ticks and vendor displays all day. “The event is free and open to the public, everyone is welcome. You don't have to be a farmer to go,” explained Miller. The field day will be held at the Hershberger Farm at 3784 Penrod Road, Sugarcreek. For more information contact Jerry Miller

served until moving to Ohio in 2011. He loved spending time with his family. Surviving in addition to his wife, Linda, are children, Vance and Kaleigh of the home; his parents, Dario and Esperanza Gutierrez of Spanish Lookout, Belize; brothers, Irbin (Gladys) Gutierrez, Emanuel Gutierrez and Albin Gutierrez, all of Spanish Lookout, Belize; a sister, Cindy (Kenton) Plett of Spanish Lookout, Belize; and two stepbrothers. He was preceded in death by a sister. Funeral services were Saturday, July 7 at Gospel Haven Mennonite Church, Benton, with pastor Marcus Yoder officiating. Burial was in Eicher Cemetery, Killbuck Township. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Mohican Valley Door of Hope, P.O. Box 143, Danville 43014, to help the family defray funeral expenses. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg.

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power eaters to demonstrate the power of steam that made this nation great 100 years ago and lives on today due to the dedication of craftsmen like Miller. Miller’s Monster is off to Doughty Valley one last time to puff its engine, blow its whistles and demonstrate the power of steam. The public is invited to the event located one mile north of Charm on state Route 557.

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Sheets shows slow and steady wins The Challenge

Back nine at Black Diamond always gets me I generally shoot about 12-over par for nine holes, playing on courses I’m familiar with. Even though I live a couple of good 3-woods from Black Diamond, it is not a course I frequent that often because it is a little too tough for a player of my caliber. It was tough enough on Friday for The Daily Record Golf Challenge, but I was able to play right with the trio of readers taking this week’s challenge. A couple bad holes where I got the yips with my pitching wedge led to a couple snowmen (8’s) on the back nine, but overall, I thought I played pretty well, carding a 99. I’m always happy when I can break 100, especially on a course as tough as Black Diamond. I chunked my second shot of the day, but it was still in the fairway and I wound up getting a double-bogey. I got bogeys on the next two holes and finally got a par on the tight par-4 fourth, utilizing the only club I hit straight consistently, my 5-wood. A safe drive, a nice second shot and a two-putt made me feel like I could play with the big boys. Riding high with confidence, I parred the next hole as well, hitting a five-foot putt. Reality check. Even though I was in great shape with my drive on No. 6, I got the yips with my chipper and wound up with a triple bogey. It took me four chips to get on the green! I hit a good drive on the par-6 seventh and was feeling good about my chances until I knocked my 3-wood out-ofbounds, leading to a doublebogey. I recovered nicely with an excellent 5-wood, and chipped close, but misfired on the putt. Unfazed, I drove the green on the par-3 eighth hole and See Pg. 24 — LYNCH

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West Holmes Squires shortstop Connor Roach leaps to grab an errant throw as North Canton’s Zach McHenry steals second base on Monday night in North Canton. The Vikings beat the Squires 4-1 in the Little League Junior Division District 4 championship game to earn a berth in the state tournament.

West Holmes Squires come up a game short in bid for Junior LL state berth By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Crafty left-hander Vincent Scrapiglia kept the West Holmes batters off balance, holding the Squires to four hits and North Canton ended the season for West Holmes 4-1 in the Little League Junior Division (13-14) District 4 championship Monday at Hoover High School. The win advances the Vikings to the Junior Division State tournament next week in Elyria. “He was hitting spots all game and it looked like he could throw three or four pitches for strikes,” West Holmes coach Don DeHass said. “He was just a good, crafty lefty.” North Canton jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning on a walk and an RBI-double by cleanup hitter Tyler Drabick. West Holmes evened the

score in the top of the fourth inning when Brandon DeHass laced a triple to the gap in left-center and an error on the relay enabled him to score the tying run. The Vikings responded in the home half of the frame. Zach McHenry reached on a fielder’s choice and stole second. He scored on a single by Grant Schatz. North Canton put the game out of reach with two runs in the home half of the sixth inning after West Holmes starter Jordan Stutzman retired the first two batters. Ben Kiesling tripled to deep left and scored on a wild pitch. A walk, a stolen base and a bloop single led to the second run, but it was enough to send the Knights home. “Jordan’s pitch count was up there in the seventh inning,” DeHass said. “That’s the longest he had gone all summer.

They had a couple seeing eye hits, and that didn’t help.” Stutzman was tagged with the loss (1-1), throwing 5 2-3 innings. He allowed four runs on seven hits, striking out three and walking three. “I really like how we competed. We were right there with these guys for three games this year,” DeHass said. “They never dominated us. I think we prepared them for state. “We’ll be back next year, with most of our guys being 13-year-olds,” DeHass added. “I think we can make a run at them next year. I have a lot of respect for their program. They’ve been the class of District 4 for a while. They’re tough to beat.” Trevor Kiner singled twice, A.J. Race singled and DeHass tripled to account for the Squires’ hits. West Holmes finished the season 16-6.

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Just as in Aesop’s Fables, slow and steady wins the race. That was the case for Steve Sheets at Black Diamond in The Daily Record Golf Challenge on Friday, as the self proclaimed “Plodder” played slow and steady golf, avoiding trouble and making just enough pars to pull out a onestroke win over the two challengers. Sheets, an 11 handicap, eked out an 88, narrowly nipping challengers Robert Biddle and Joe Ricci. Biddle carded a 90 and Ricci a 96, but with their 12 and 18 handicaps, respectively, they finished one stroke off the pace. “They gave it to me,” Sheets said. “It was fun, it’s always fun. This course is brutal.” Biddle started out strong, carding a birdie on the 490-yard par-5 first hole. “Don’t expect many more,” he said with a laugh. Sheets’ straight drive and straight second shot led to a par, and Ricci scored a bogey. Sheets and Biddle both scored pars on the second hole, taking advantage of straight drives. Ricci’s drive was wide of the fairway, and a three-putt led to a double bogey. All three players had a hard time on the third hole, carding doubles. Sheets suffered his first three-putt of the day. The narrow fourth fairway forced Biddle to use his hybrid off the tee and it worked to his advantage, leading to a par. Sheets went awry of the fairway and led to another double, while Ricci’s second shot made it to the green, where he twoputted for par. “That’s the first, and hopefully not the last,” Ricci said with a laugh. On the par-3 fifth hole, Ricci’s tee shot was about 10 feet from the flag, leading to a par, while Biddle three-putted for a bogey. Ricci carded his third par in a row on the sixth hole, while the tough green got the best of Biddle as he needed five putts to score a triple. Sheets just plodded along, carding his second straight bogey. On the par-6 seventh hole, Biddle crushed his tee shot and his second See Pg. 24 — CHALLENGE

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Ricci won the hole with a bogey. The par-5 14th was (Continued From Page 23) tough on all the players, as Sheets and Ricci doushot was 10-feet from the bled and Biddle tripled. green. He three-putted Sheets and Biddle his way to a birdie. rebounded with pars on “I’ve never been so dis- 15. Biddle lipped out a appointed with a birdie,” birdie putt, but he made Biddle said. “I hit the a tap-in for par. Ricci’s first two shots 595 yards lucky bounce out of the and then it took me three woods on his tee shot shots to get the next 10 didn’t help him as his yards. next shot trickled into Ricci continued to swing the rough and his third a hot stick, also carding shot came up short of the a birdie on seven, while green, leading to a tripleSheets scored a par. bogey. Sheets parred the par-3 “I’m falling apart now,” eighth hole, snaking his Ricci said. first putt to within eight Instead of playing it safe feet, from where he on 16, Biddle used his big dropped the par putt. drive, but went too far left “That shot went every and hit the water, leading which way. It went that to a bogey. way, then this way, then “I’ve got to go out in a that way… welcome to blaze of glory,” he said Black Diamond,” he said. with a laugh. “I can’t say On No. 12, the course’s I didn’t try.” most challenging hole, Biddle trailed Sheets by Ricci’s drive went in a stroke going into the last the water, but his next hole and a beautiful long shot was on the green, drive by Biddle made it while Sheets and Biddle look like a playoff would struggled. Biddle tripled, be needed to determine a Sheets doubled and winner, until his next shot

from 170 yards out found the bunker short of the green. “That last hole … I hit a beautiful drive, then I hit the sand and screwed around for a while,” Biddle said. “That course was rough.” Sheets straight-shot his way to a bogey on 18 and pulled out the win. “Steve was steady. He stayed out of trouble,” Biddle said. “He hit the fairways and greens and avoided trouble better than anybody. That’s what I was told to do playing here, and I did ... for a while.” Biddle tipped his cap to the winner. Ricci, too, lauded the play of Sheets. “He really played great, staying out of trouble,” Ricci said. “It was an awesome day. Kevin Lynch photo/ I had a good time. It was East Holmes’ Sam Raber scores on a wild pitch as batter Ben Chupp very competitive with the looks on during last Thursday’s District 4 Little League playoff game. North handicaps,” Ricci added. Canton pitcher Noah Miller is late with the tag. Unfortunately for East Hol“The handicaps make it mes, North Canton rolled up plenty of runs in eliminating the locals 14-3. fair and evened out the field.” “It was fun,” Sheets agreed. “I was working like a dog out there.”

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Lynch managed a par, then finished out the front nine with another par. Shooting 46 on the front was good — for me — but the back nine got the best of me. Double, double, quadruple-bogey and another double is no way to start out, but that’s how the back started for me. I drove the green on the par-3 11th hole, but fourputted my way to a five. On the 514-yard, par-5

14th hole, the second toughest on the course, I played it like a pro. A great drive, and an even better 5-wood, put me about 100 yards out, from where I chipped on and two-putted for the lone par in the foursome. I tripled and doubled the next two holes, so as not to get too big a head, but managed a par on the par-3 17th, thanks to a solid six-iron off the tee. Two shots out of bounds on 18 led to a



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triple to finish the back nine with a 53. It wasn’t my best round, but it was good enough to win the foursome with my handicap. But I still have plenty of work to do if I ever want to be as good as the guys I played with today. Hats off to Steve Sheets, Robert Biddle and Joe Ricci. They tackled the tough terrain of Black Diamond and had a horse race right to the finish, It was a great group to play with and I was glad I was able to share my day with them. And thanks to the folks at Black Diamond for another tough day at the office.

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer After getting blanked 10-0 in the opening round of the double-elimination District 4 Little League playoff, the East Holmes All-Stars had their backs against the wall Thursday in North Canton. It was win or go home for both teams, and topseeded North Canton proved that it wasn’t ready to have its season ended just yet, hammering the Hawks 14-3 in four innings in the Williamsport 11-12 Little League tournament. From the first batter of the game, North Canton set the tone, as Ty East launched a Sam Raber pitch over the right-field

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fence. North Canton sent eight men to the plate in the first inning, but only scored twice. That wasn’t the case in the second inning, as it sent 12 men to the plate, scoring seven times on two hits and four East Holmes errors. NC also took advantage of four walks and several wild pitches to take control of the contest. “We were really flat coming out tonight,” East Holmes manager Tim Yoder said. “We had a tough game last night, and you never know how kids are going to react. But there was no energy — none. “We kicked the ball around the first couple innings and they hit the ball too,” Yoder added. “I told our boys, the last two nights we saw what winning baseball looks like. Both Dover and North Canton made all the plays in the field.” Zach Martin and Jordan Hite blasted big bombs off East Holmes reliever Alec Yoder to take a 12-0 lead after three innings. “We were hoping for a little better representation than what we did, but I’m proud of these boys. “We were down 12-0 and they could’ve really laid down, Yoder said. “We came back and scored three runs. I felt like, if we could’ve scored a few

more runs, we could’ve almost got their attention.” With a comfortable lead, North Canton pulled their starting pitcher, Jordan Hilte, after 20 pitches to save him for the next game. Reliever Noah Miller had a hard time finding the plate. He walked four and gave up a double to Alec Yoder as East Holmes rallied for three runs in the home half of the third inning. The Hawks went 1-2-3 in the fourth against lefty reliever Ryan Murphy and that was all she wrote. “I think we got to where I expected,” Yoder said. “We made the Final Four. I told them not to hang their heads. I thought they did a great job of not getting carried away with the moment. They really stayed within themselves.” The Hawks went 3-1 in pool play to earn a berth in the four-team playoff. Their loss was an 11-1 thumping at the hands of Dover. Dover then blanked East Holmes 10-0 in the opening round of the playoffs on Wednesday. New Philadelphia, the wild card team in the four-team tourney, stunned previously undefeated and top-seeded North Canton 11-9 to advance against Dover, also on Thursday.

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Obituaries Jerry Uhl, 88 Jerry Uhl, 88, of Millersburg, passed away Saturday, July 14, 2012 at Majora Lane Care Center, Millersburg, following an extended illness. Funeral services are at 11 a.m. today (Thursday, July 19) at Faith Lutheran Church, Millersburg, with Rev. Daniel Grimminger officiating. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg. He was born on June 27, 1924 in Topeka, Kan., and was the son of Jerry and Elizabeth (Korns) Uhl Sr. On Oct. 27, 1946 he married Lavonne Strock and she survives. He was a lifetime farmer. In 1958 he received the Farmer of the Year award by the Cleveland Farmers Club. Jerry was a member of Faith Lutheran Church where he was both a member of the choir and served on the church coun-

cil. He was a member of the Holmes County Farm Bureau, Grange, Holmes Soil and Water Conservation Board and the PCA Board. Jerry served on the Holmes County Fair Board for more than 30 years and was a past member of the Millersburg Lion’s Club. Surviving in addition to his wife, Lavonne are two sons and their spouses; Floyd (Rose) Uhl and Gary (Lois) Uhl, both of Millersburg; three granddaughters, Nichole (Ro) Hernandez, Kara (JB) Barton and Trisha Uhl, all of Millersburg; and two great grandchildren, Jayce Barton and Madison Hernandez. He was preceded in death by his parents, and his three brothers, Perry, Painter and Robert Uhl. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. Family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Faith Lutheran Church, 187 S. Clay St., Millersburg, Ohio 44654.

Matthew Ewing, 40 Matthew Aaron Ewing, 40, of Wooster, passed a w a y peacef u l l y with his family and fiancee by his side on Sunday, July 8, 2012, at Akron General Medical Center, from the results of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was born July 4, 1972, in Holmesville to Lane and Patricia (Dilworth) Ewing, and graduated in 1991 from Triway High School. Matt’s home was in the Melrose Mobile Home Park with his cat, Pink Floyd. After a period of declining health, Matt had two modes of transportation, his car and electric wheelchair. Many will miss Matt riding his wheelchair through the park to get his mail and to visit with his friends. Matt had a great sense of h u m o r,

enjoyed muscle cars, NASCAR and visiting with his many friends in the Park. Surviving in addition to his parents, are a brother, Jesse Ewing of Akron; his fiancee, Victoria Freshman of Wooster; and his grandmother, Nellie Dilworth of Wooster. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, A l v i n and Marie Dilworth of Holmesville; paternal grandparents, Forest and Mary Ewing of Wooster; and his uncle Scot Ewing of Wooster. Friends were received one hour prior to the service of Remembrance on Saturday, July 14 at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, with the Rev. Candace Thomas officiating. Burial was in Apple Creek Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to People to People Ministries, 454 E. Bowman St., Wooster 44691; or to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Andrew Stitzlein, 32 Andrew M. Stitzlein, 32, of rural Loudonville, died We d n e s day afternoon, July 4, 2012, surrounded by his family at Wo o s t e r C o m munity Hospital after a 10-month illness. A n d y was born Dec. 4, 1979, in Wooster, living in the Loudonville area all of his life. He was a 1999 graduate of Loudonville High School and ATI/ OSU in 2002. He was a member of Loudonville FFA, where he received his State Farmer and American Farmer degrees. Andy was a National finalist for wheat production and won the National Award for soy bean production. He was the secretary of the Holmes County Farm Bureau Board of Trustees and a member of Loudonville Fair Tractor Pull Committee. Andy was the past president of the Loudonville FFA Alumni Association and was the 1999 Kettering Scholarship recipient for agricultural study. He was a life member of Zion Lutheran Church and also attended New Hope Community Church, both of Loudonville. He was an avid collector of miniature farm tractors toys.

Andy received a kidney transplant from his mother in 1990 and his sister in 2006 and was involved with Team Ohio Transplant Athletics. Surviving are his parents, Earl and Kathi (Meyer) Stitzlein of rural Loudonville; a sister, Anne (Thor) Leidigh of rural Loudonville; maternal grandfather, Howard Meyer of Mason; aunts and uncles, Karen and Ron Abbott of Marblehead, Charles and Susan Meyer of West Chester, Jane and Chris Bader of Mason, Libby and John Smith of Thomasboro, Ill., and Linda Meyer of Independence, Ky. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Doyle and Carol Stitzlein; maternal grandmother, Rita Meyer; and an uncle, Jeff Meyer. Funeral services were Tuesday, July 10 at Zion Lutheran Church, Loudonville, with the Rev. Scott Henderson and pastor Jeff Cooper officiating. Burial was in Pioneer Cemetery, Lake Township. Arrangements were handled by Byerly-Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville. The family requests contributions be made to Loudonville FFA Alumni Association, in care of Carol Endslow, 899 Township Road 3006, Perrysville 44864; or Team Ohio Transplant Athletics, P.O. Box 283, Howard 43028.

Lovina Hartzler, 86 Lovina J. Hartzler, 86, of 210 Pleasant Valley Road, Sugarcreek, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, July 2, 2012, just 10 days after her loving husband of 67 years, Glade Hartzler, entered his heavenly home. She was born May 8, 1926, in Hutchinson, Kan., to the late Jacob and Emma (Troyer) Helmuth. Lovina was a member of Alpine Bible Church at Sugarcreek. She possessed a loving and generous spirit that was joy to all who knew her. She loved nothing more than to welcome people into her home and served countless meals for family, relatives, church members and friends new and old around her table. She was an avid reader and accomplished seamstress, longtime Sunday school teacher and most recently enjoyed leading a women’s Bible study the past 17 years. She loved to laugh and always wore a twinkle in her eye. She was married May 30, 1945, to Glade C. Hartzler and he died June 22, 2012. She is survived by her children Gladene (Herb) Hershberger of Wooster, Ed (Lonnie) Hartzler of Baltic, Fred (Pam) Hartzler and Joyce (Jim) Scherer both of Sugarcreek; 11 grandchildren;

14 great-grandchildren with two expected soon; two great-grandchildren; three sisters, Dorothy (Alvin) Schlabach of Baltic and Sue Troyer and Mary Ellen(Delbert) Eichleberger both of Pryor, Okla.; and three brothers, Henry (Edith) Helmuth of Adair, Okla., Jacob (Irene) Helmuth of Pryor, Okla., and Roy Helmuth of Elkhart, Ind. In addition to her parents and husband, she is preceded by her granddaughter, Tonya Hershberger, two brothers, Daniel and Perry Helmuth, and a sister Mattie Miller. Private family services were held Thursday, July 5, in Alpine Bible Church at Sugarcreek with burial in Union Hill Cemetery at Sugarcreek. A Celebration of Life Service was held Sunday, July 8 at Alpine Bible Church with the Rev. Byron Stewart officiating. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek. Memorials may be made to Steppin’ -Out Missions C/O Alpine Bible Church, 719 Dutch Valley Road, Sugarcreek 44681.

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Janet Lindsay Weaver, 77, Shalotte, N.C., passed Amanda Coblentz, 81 away peacefully on July Amanda J. Coblentz, vin J. Yoder of Freder- 9, 2012, in Shallotte, N.C. 81, of County Road icksburg and Roman J. She was 2575, Loudonville, died (Sarah) Yoder of Apple born in early Thursday morn- Creek; a brother-in-law, Pittsburg, ing, July 5, 2012, at her Abe D. Miller of Mill- Pa. on home after an extended ersburg; 13 nephews June 7, illness. 1935, to and 10 nieces. She was born Dec. 26, She was preceded in B e r t r a m 1930, near Charm, the death by her parents; a and Ella daughter of the late sister, Anna Miller; an L i n d s a y . John J.S. and Katie Ann infant sister; and a sister- She devoted her life to ( H e r s h b e r g e r ) Yo d e r, in-law, Katie Yoder. her family and friends and married Wyman Services were Satur- and would help anyone Coblentz on Oct. 27, day, July 7 at the home in need. 1970. He survives. She was preceded in of Levi D. Hostetler, She had lived near 2540 Township Road death by her parents, Fredericksburg most of 457, Loudonville. Burial Bertram and Ella Lindher life, moving closer to was in the McKay Dis- say and her loving husLoudonville three years trict Amish Cemetery, band, Thomas A. Weaver. ago. She was a homemak- Lake Township, Ashland Surviving are a brother and member of the Old County. er, Edward Lindsay of Order Amish. Byerly-Lindsey Funeral Shreve; children, Mark Surviving are brothers, Home in Loudonville, Weaver of Verona, Va., Mose J.S. (Anna) Yoder assisted the family with Thomas Weaver of of Millersburg, Mel- arrangements. Waynesboro, Va., Jen-

nifer (Gary) VanName of Crozet, Va., and Kurt (Stella) Weaver of Raleigh, N.C.; grandchildren, Catherine Weaver and Hillori Weaver McCorkle, both of Roanoke, Va., Eric and Charles VanName of Scottsville, Va., Andrew, Ryan, Christopher, Julian Weaver Sumorry and Oliver Weaver, all of Raliegh, N.C.; greatgrandchildren, Rowan Cai Weaver and Ethan McCorkle of Roanoke, Va. and Aurora VanName of Scottsville, Va. An indoor service was held Saturday, July 14 at Schlabach Funeral Home, 212 Jones St., Shreve 44676. Please consider donations to the American Alzheimer’s Foundation.

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FOR SALE: 40 acres mixed hay. Phone (330) 276-2930, Killbuck area. WANTED: EAR Corn, would consider large amounts. Wayne Weaver, 9183 CR 77, Fredericksburg. 330-473-2416 LARGE SQUARE baleing, 3x3 bales. Also litter spreading. Call 330-852-4691 or 330-663-3672. FOR SALE: straw, square bales. Call 330-844-3516

BOYER'S NEW & used appliances: washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves & freezers. Starting at $100. and up. 740-294-5207.

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

8' COMPLETE fluorescent light sets. $15 each. 330-893-3033. Ask for Mervin P.

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

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



DELL INSPIRON 530 desk top, Intel core 2 processor, 2 GB ram, Windows XP, Microsoft Office, 19" flat monitor, drive for all removable storage. Accessories and Norton protection included. $250. Phone (330) 496-9208.


GRAIN HARVESTING. Small grains beans & corn. Cart & truck available. (330) 852-4691 or 330-663-3672.


Firewood Fuel

STOCK UP on firewood, slab bundles,

Construction Equipment split, seasoned, 2 boom truck loads available. (330) 674-0646

VERMEER TRENCHER V-4150A 6 ft. bar with backhoe, $5500 Cat. Skidloader 262B, 3477 hrs., 84 H.P. $20,500. 279-4080 Voice Mail. 79' GMC dump truck, C60, 8' bed, 350 eng, 4 sp, 2 sp, $2000. Also 9 ton tri-axel equip trailer, pintle hitch, new electric brakes, $1500. 330-763-1347


Taking orders for Red Haven Peaches. Coming week of July 23. Order now! Ginger Gold & Yellow Delicious apples, baby gold Peaches, and Pineapples. Millers Greenhouse, 330-359-5942

HYDRAULIC Set up for chicken house. Pump, 2 reservoir tanks, fans, hydraulic motors, and lots of pipe. 330-359-1113 FOR SALE: Faulker pump and mount for chicken house. 330-893-2037 FANS: Two 4 ft Acme 230 volt, 1 HP, 4 blade with shutters & cones, exc. cond., $550. each. One 2 ft Acme 120 volt, 1/2 HP w/ shutter & cone, $350. One 24" 1/2 HP, 120 volt, Acme Fan-Jet w/ poly frame, $250. One 18" 1/3 HP, Acme Fan-Jet with poly frame, $250. Lots of motorized fan shutters, 3x5, 3x3 & 2x2, $20. each. (330) 674-6918. NEW .HOLLAND 256 rake, reconditioned. McCormick #9 regular gear mower, reconditioned with bolted on rubber. EZ spreader. (330) 852-2666. 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 WANTED: CEMENT stave silo. (330) 359-0140. AERMOTOR WINDMILL, 8' wheel, 40' derik, excellent condition, well rods. Andy Wengerd 47856 TR 217 MLGB, OH 44654 740-623-3772

3 yr. old chestnut standard bred mare, tss, never been on the track, good for long trips, but may be a little small for surrey. $2000. 330-987-4983.

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads avaliable. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. WE TRADE firewood for junk. Deliveries available. 330-275-7980

Garage Yard Sales

MULTI FAMILY garage sale & back to school sale. Watch for bigger ad next week. Gypsy Spring Variety, Ivan R Mast family. July 30, 31 & Aug. 1. (330) 674-0736.

DOUBLE SET bio buggy harness. Used once. $600. Leroy Miller 10630 Zuercher Rd, Dundee. 330-359-0290 x2 3 YR old. Black registered morgan mare, started to ride and drive, nice mare. $950 OBO. 330-674-2331.

FOR SALE: 5-YR. OLD mare, reg'd paint, well broke to ride, very gentle. (330) 674-4505.

FOR SALE: 4 black 800-lb. Angus Heifers, vaccinated & wormed. 330897-0850.

TEXAS DALL and Katahdin rams. Joseph Hershberger, 330-897-1091.

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.

4 YR old reg. chestnut Morgan gelding, traffic safe & sound, would make a good boys horse. (330) 852-1485.

FOR SALE: 8 year old Morgan cross gelding red sorrel. Broke to ride and drive. TSS. $800. Daniel L Hershberger, 330-275-9822 VM. 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. 7 yr old gelding trotter, surrey size, family horse. Women can drive, good traveler, TSS. $2300. Owen Mast, 7055 TR 323, Millersburg. 330-279-2628 VM 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.

WANTED: PONY, 43-48", must be tame and well broke. 330-674-0494 4 YR. old Reg. Morgan Gelding Bay with black mane and tail. Broke to ride and drive. $1,500 obo. 330-897-1260 WILL DO horse training. $8 a day. Board included. Duane Mast, 7782 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 330-674-1665 #1 FOR SALE: Ring neck pleasant. Also for sale milk goat. Leroy D Yoder, (330) 674-9924.

MULTI FAMILY yard sale. Sat July 21, 9am. Jitters Parking Lot. 1545 S. Washington St. Millersburg, OH.

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.

FRI. & SAT, 7/20-21, 9-5, 835 Pepperwood Dr. Wooster. Bike hitch, bar, namebrand clothes, ETC!!

FOR SALE: Barred Rock Pullets, brown egg layers. Andrew Hershberger, 8427 TR 635, Fredericksburg. 330-674-0345

ANTIQUE COLLECTORS going out of business. Fairbank scale, mo-peds, bikes, weed eaters, mower parts, dishes, baby /children/adult clothes, toys, beautiful white metal queen bed set, lamps, freezer, tools at Spencers. Bring your truck! Thurs-Sat, 9-7. July 19-21. Too much to mention. 2 & 1/4 mi. from Nashville on 514 South.

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

DAY LILY Sale: now until sold out! Potted and ready to go! Ivan R. Mast 6321 CR 407 Millersburg. 330-674-0736 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. Open every Wed. 9-3 in July, Skip's Antiques and yard sale items C.R. 192, Holmesville. New items added weekly.

FAMILY Buggy LED lights, turn signals, brake lock, full child seat, excellent condition. 330-359-1113


WANTED: SILO PIPE & distributor. 330-893-3701

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

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: Kenmore electric stove, $100/obo. Call (330) 674-0161

13 YEAR old standard bred gelding, TSS, something for older people,. Has been our buggy horse for the last 6 years. $1000. (330) 852-7718. KATAHDIN Ram lambs. Born in March & April. 330-275-7852 7 YR old Morgan Gelding, Chestnut,

Horses Livestock broke to ride and drive. 330-600-1430

DRIVE SHAFT and Honda motor. $450 OBO. Also gas stove, all burners work, $50. Free Delivery. 330-674-1993 FOR SALE: Kenmore self cleaning oven, $250. (330) 234-0882, Shreve.

JOHN DEERE B, good cond. $1800. (330) 763-1979.

8 YR. Shetland Pony - 48 in. Black strip and three white socks. Well broke to ride, has 4 wk. colt at side, $425. John Barkman, 7884 T.R. 508, Lakeville, OH 44638

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

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old black Jenny mule, 15 hands, broke to all farm machinery, also rides. 330- 698-0151 ext. 4

6 Yr old Dutch cross mare with a Demasco colt by her side. Black with a stripe and one white, bred back to Commander for 2013. $1600; Also yearling 3/4 Dutch stud colt out of Demasco. 740-552-1722 FOR SALE: 8 yr old black and white pony mare. Very sharp. Broke to ride and drive. Good traveler. $550 330-893-4603.

5410 BAY QH TB gelding. Green, broke to ride. Needs confident rider. Would make great trail horse. 330-275-8021

Horses Livestock

ROUND PEN. Twelve 12 ft panels. 6 ft gate. Used only once. $1295. or rent for $100./mo. (330) 852-0519. FOR SALE: one saanen milking goat and one saanen nanny goat. Levi Hershberger 330-893-0214 FOR SALE: Flemish Giant and Mini Rex bunnies. Also wanted: Flemish Giant buck. (330) 893-3462. FOR SALE. 5 yr old gelding, by Conway Hall. Black with 2 white socks. Safe for women to drive. (330) 893-1657. 9 YEARS old mare, trotter, willing traveler, drives nice, 16H. Well built. TSS. $1200. Eddie, (740) 624-3761. 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 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.

3 yr old Brown and white paint gelding pony. 42" tall, broke to ride and drive, very quiet. 330-359-5936.

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

APHA black & white Overo stallion. Bald face, blue eyes, 15.2HH, proven producer. For sale, lease or trade. Phone (740) 824-4361.

2 yr. old blonde geldings, 1/2 brothers, matched, broke, well-mannered, good honest team, $4600. Noah Yoder, 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-1000.

FOR SALE: mini yearling stud pony. Make offer. 330-279-3615.

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

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. 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. 3 HOLSTEIN BULLS, 10 mo. old & 7 mo. olds. ABS Sires. Myron Yoder, (330) 897-1397.

9 Yr old Morgan mare. Rides & drives well. Been on trail ride. $1250 OBO. 330-897-1380. 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 13 MO. old black morgan mare, friendly disposition, asking $1850 OBO. 330-621-8258 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. 6 YR old gelding, all trot, good broke, surry size & drives nice. 7 yr old mare, big enough for surry & good broke. 3 yr old gelding, all trot, drives nice. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096.

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12 YR old registered morgan mare. Well built and nice head set, with a Persian stud colt by her side and bred back to Tyron to 2013; Also coming 2 yr old black gelding, with a star and two white socks, out of Royals Strength, nice horse. 740-552-1722

SALE. Massey Ferguson 290 diesel 5 Kahtadin Ewes. Exposed to ram, $275 POLLED BEEF cattle for sale, cow/calf Appliances Electronics FOR tractor, less than 4,000 hours, good tires. each. (330) 279-2066 pairs, feeders & service bull. Cross Good tractor. Asking $8000. (330) 231-3592. Can delivery for free in Holmes County.

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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.

2 yr old dark chestnut & white pony. 38" tall, kid broke to ride and drive, TSS. John Troyer 4370 TR 606, Fredrcksbrg

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

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3 yr old mare. TSS, all trot, in buggy 4 months. Eli H. Miller, 6411 T.R. 607, Fredericksburg, Oh 44627 Morgans. One 2 yr old filly bay. One 2 yr old Gelding bay. $1000 each or both for $1800. 9620 TR 560 Holmesville, OH 44633. (330) 279-2066 FOR SALE: Service bore, approx. 9 months old, good for hobby farmer. Call (330) 852-2466. Sulky training cart. Modified with extra long shafts. Good condition. $500. (330) 279-2066

5 YR. old Pinto mare. Good, broke to ride. Good on trails. T.S.S. Leave message, 330-893-0026 FOR SALE: 5 yr old Donkey Jenny & 10 mo. old Jack; 2 yr old 35" black gelding pony, broke to ride and drive. Ivan Lee Miller 6811 TR 331 Millersburg, OH 44654 330-674-0080 VM 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 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: 14 Katahdin ewe lambs. Also, rams born in March. 330-893-1613. Albert Yoder. FOR SALE: 2 yearling Belgian Fillies. One Elg. to reg. One grade. Eli A Swartentruber, 7904 South Apple Creek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

breds-born & raised on farm. (330) 893-2895.

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

FOR SALE: 2 years old Dutch Harness standard bred cross mare, broke, $2500. Beachy Boys, 330-893-9371

FOR SALE: Pair of 3 & 4 years old Belgian geldings. Well broke. Wayne Burkholder, (330) 897-3130.

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

3 YEARS old brown pony mare. Good broken, traffic safe. Asking $350. (330) 893-1603.

BLACK & white stud, 34" tall; Also 2 black mares, 1 in foul for Aug. colt. Call (330) 359-0752.

BLACK 7 yr. old quarter horse cross gelding. Well broke to ride. Has been on trails. 330-674-6304.

SMOOTH MOUTH standard bred gelding, something for older people or school children. 330-317-0712.

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2 HORSE trailer, $1,200.00. obo. Millersburg, (330) 275-2665. 8 YR old bay gelding, mostly trot, TSS, well broke, women can drive, $1750.. Adrian Coblentz, 7540 TR 601, Fredericksburg, 44627. (330) 674-1034. STANDING AT Stud. Black & white pony, very sharp. Service fee $40. Phone (330) 852-3727 ext 2. 5 YEAR old brown & white pony mare, 37" tall, good broke, stands to hitch, traffic safe. Nice. $400 OBO. (330) 600-1366.

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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: 9x11 Oak kitchen cabinets made by Mullet Cabinets, like new, out of a model home. Inclds. countertop, dutch pantry, fridge cab., drop counter & island. Very deluxe. Prints avail. (740) 622-4059.

2 Molly mules, 5 yr old is broke to farm machinery, $650. 8 yr old was used in jockey stick, $500 Samuel M. Yoder (888) 790-1473 VM.

FOR SALE: antique roll top desk, 50" long x 46" high x 29.5" wide, $800 OBO. 330-763-1347

FOR SALE: 2 Yr. old 38" black & white gelding pony, well broke to ride & drive, $500. Matt Wengerd, 330-897-0554

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

PIGS FOR BUTCHERING -Fed organic milk and feed. Table scraps-Gourmet quality. No hormones or antibiotics. $1.25/lbs live weight. 330-674-7197

OLDER Kid friendly Quarter Horse m a r e . Best offer. 330-674-0364.

9 YR. OLD gelding paint riding horse, $400. Cell/330-473-3462, Ph/330674-6193

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.

8 YEARS old standard bred gelding, buggy size, perfect for older people or children. (330) 674-1887.

FOR SALE: Nubian kids, 2 nannies, 2 billies, born June 11 & 15, plus 2 milking goats. (330) 674-5604. 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 FOR SALE: 5 years old quarter horse gelding. Well broke to ride. Gentle and easy to handle. (330) 279-9290 ext 3. 5 MO. old Registered Morgan stud colt. Chestnut, stripe, 2 white socks. Fancy, high spirited colt. $800 OBO. David M. Shetler, 330-473-2009. 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 2, 15 mo. old, Jersey bulls out of the Kosak herd. 5440 E. Moreland Rd. frederickburg, OH 330-698-0514x2 FOR SALE: RIDING HORSE, Paint cross mare, good on trail rides, full-time racker, $750/obo. 330-466-2885. TAKING ORDERS for Golden Red pullets. 16 weeks old middle of Sept. $7.00 each. Delivery Available. Ben Hershberger, Holmesville call: (330) 567-2592.

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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. 11 YR old standard bred mare by Overcomer. Boys or mans horse. $1500. obo. John Schlabach, (740) 295-5423 ext 3. 6 yr old, black cross bred mare, TSS, handy size, very good broke. $1450 330-893-0906 CHEVIOT SPRING lamb. 330-857-0170 ext 1.


Household Furnishings

LARGE OAK corner computer desk, good condition; Microwave, electric freezer, refrigerator, ceiling fan/ lights. Phone (330) 464-6607. 62" OVAL oak dining room table with 2 18" leaves, $300. Allen Hostetler, (330) 473-8287. 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.



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good condition $1298.00. Troy Built 33" walkbehind $698.00. Wheel Horse 252 Hydro tractor w/ double bagger $1298.00. Huskee 35 ton log splitter $1275.00. White 54" 26 hp zero turn with pivoting front axle good condition $1698.00. Cub-Cadet HDS2135 shaft drive tractor with double bagger $1098.00. Toro SS5000 zero turn 2011 model like new condition $2598.00. Toro SS4200 zero turn 2011 model good condition $1898.00. MTD Pro 48" walkbehind with Kawasaki engine $998.00. Toro & Snapper used 21" mowers. 2" Yamaha water pump $290.00. Good selection of used Stihl trimmers, chainsaws and blowers. Charm Engine Ltd. 330-893-3033

For Sale: Almost new Nutrimill, grain flour mill, $225. Call: 330-897-5422 x4

2 full size bedroom sets,1 white and 1 dark wood. 2 recliners, 1 love seat, 1 couch, office chairs, filing cabinets, chest of drawers, beds and bed frames, nice wooden table w/ 6 chairs and 2 leaves. New deluxe mattress sets. 2529 TR 110, Millersburg. 330-674-0944.


FOR SALE: 48" walk behind mower, elec-

5 Ft. cherry dining room table with hidden leaf & 6 chairs, $425/obo. 330-473-8409, after 5pm. DELUXE ELECTRIC Adjust-a-Bed, full size quality mattress, foot & head adjust motors, muscle massage motors. Excellent, like new, $600. 330-897-1325.

FOR SALE: Standard size counter top, 24 in. wide, 10 ft long. Tan in color. $100. (330) 897-1485. FOR SALE: PSE Stinger with all accessories. Good condition, $275. 330359-6480

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 RECURVE BOW, OMP Mountaineer, 60", 55 lb pull. Exc. cond., with 5 arrows. $125. (330) 473-9010. FOR SALE: Ruger 220 Swift M77 Mark II Varmint barrel. Free floated scope. All reloading supplies, books, extra loads, lots more misc. Good shape. Nelson J. Miller, 330-852-2639. Call 4-6 pm evening. HOYT Alfa max 32. 50-60 lbs. 25 to 27.5 draw lengths. With some accessories. 330-897-6005, evenings. 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 FOR SALE: 5 man peddle boat. 2 yrs old. Not used much. $350 OBO. 330-897-2037 Leave Message TENT CAMPER: new canvas tires, lights, wiring, bearings. No leaks, $1500. 330-466-9274 anytime. I AM buying large field dressed groundhogs. Call Dean, 330-231-0319. Email: 12 GA, 3 1/2 inch chamber, single shot, cammo turkey gun. $225 330-472-2613 REMMINGTON 870 Express, 12 ga, 28", vent rib barrel, 20" smooth bore, slug barrel, exc. cond. $350. (330) 473-9010. NRA/CCW COURSE $45. Aug. 4 & 5 or Sept. 8 & 9. 330-335-9205 MATTHEW'S DXT and all accessories including arrows & case. 50-60 lb, 28" drawlength, good cond. Marty Miller, 330-897-1384 ext 1. Hunting Equipt. & Access. 270 Remington high pow. rifle, Barnett Predator cross bow, 2 1-man & 1 2-man ladder stands. Moultrie deer feeder, tree attach. umbrella, 2 dr. gun cab., arrow fledger & access., clay pigeon., E-Z drags, turkey call, invite deer minerals, food plot seeds & fertilizer. David Hershberger, 8603 TR 602, Fredericksbg, OH 44627. 695-2021

Lawn & Garden

TORO WALKBEHIND 48" hydro drive t-2 w/ turbo force deck 30 hours $3998.00. Husqvarna tractor like new condition 46" cut $1498.00. Snapper hydro drive rear engine rider w/ new engine $1298.00. Grasshopper 725K out front zero turn w/ 61" deck, 25 HP Kohler $3750.00. John Deere 170 tractor w/ Kaw engine $849.00. John Deere L110 tractor 42" deck w/ double bagger & 46" snowblade $1398.00. Snapper NXT tractor w/ 27 HP engine 52" deck $1998.98. John Deere 48" walkbehind belt drive, floating deck

Miscellaneous Merch.

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. 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.

2800 WATT Yamaha inverter generator, good working cond. $700. Phone (330) 695-9960.

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.

FOR SALE: Eleven 48" air ceiling fans. Piston type. $90. each. obo. 330-473-5297.

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

JOHN DEERE 345 riding lawn mower, power steering, power lift, 52" deck. (330) 567-9232

For Sale: Surrey with lights, storm front, hydraulic brakes, good condition. Call: 330-897-5422 x4


STEINER 220, comes with 60" mowing deck, hydrostatic, newer Kaboda gas engine, capabilities of back hoe, bucket and brush. $3800 OBO 330-243-1410.

FOR SALE: 22 ton 8 HP wood splitter, like new, 1 year old. $800. Phone (330) 674-1203 or 330-231-1851. WEED MOWING service with 53 HP tractor & brush hog. Pastures, meadows,

Hunting Fishing tric start, good cond. $875. John S etc. (330) 695-2595.

SAVAGE MODEL 93. 22 W.M.R. with Tasco Pronghorn scope. Silver brackets, like new. 330-600-1775, $290.


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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 BACHTOLD walk behind brush cutter, runs good, 8 HP, $375. (330) 893-3885. FOR SALE: JD L120 garden tractor with 48" deck. Exc. cond. $1500. obo. Phone (330) 674-0730. OLDER Gravely unit w/ attachments. 30" brush mower, tiller, plow. $450 OBO 330-674-2950

FOR SALE: (Giant Rapid O) size large flat bar bicycle. David Hershberger, 8603 TR 601, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627, Ph. 330-695-2021 RAINBOW sweeper, SE Model, pwr. nozzle & attachments, EC, $500; 2 baby cribs, $150/ea.; Bunk beds, solid wood, $200. (330) 231-2282 FOR SALE: Cross Town Fuji girl's bike, good cond. $150. (330) 893-7404. GOOD USED surrey with brakes, wooden wheels & wooden shafts, priced to sell. Call (330) 852-9912

TORO COMMERCIAL walk behind mower, 44", belt drive, floating deck, runs good. $1095. (330) 893-3885.

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

HUSKEE TRACTOR: 20 HP, 50 in. cut, $550. Good cond. Prairie Engine, 7833 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611

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


LOOKING For a Mary Kay consultant? Call or text Keerstin at 330-231-6875 or order online

Miscellaneous Merch.

CORNHOLE GAMES & ACCESSORIES Unpainted sets starting @ $45.00. Custom boards featuring wildlife, sports teams, business logos, personal photos, or your ideas. Corn Bags, durable storage bags & scoreboards also available. Can be delivered. Quantity discounts. PH# 330-279-9046. EARLY PRIMITIVE cupboard, excellent condition, 1 door, all orig., sturdy, $499. Call 330-674-3435 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. 4X6 ONE horse wagon. Foam wheels. Hyd. brakes. $800. (330) 893-1519. FOR SALE: 1000 gal. propane tank. $1200. 330-852-4997 or 330-897-7654. 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 ELECTRIC CONSEW industrial sewing machine Model #206RB/5. Like new, used 2 hours. Complete with stand. $1000. obo. (330) 852-2864. WORD PROCESSOR SERVICES Word processors & complete setup (printer fax etc.) Quickbooks setup (Keep track of your business on one system, including Accounts Checking, Payables, Receivables. Print invoices, checks, deposits, statements, purchase orders, inventory, profit & loss report among others). Tutoring including Quickbooks, Open Office programs, and other random systems. Custom spreadsheet templates: cutlists, order system, labels, your ideas. Mark Miller, PH #(330) 763-1589. SCHOOL OF Tomorrow (ACE) teachers manual for Kindergarten & 1st grade. $100. for both. Call 330-674-3367. 12 FT x 15 in new poly drainage pipe., $45. Also 25 waterproof T-8 light fixtures, $10. each. (330) 674-6918.

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 VINTAGE HERCULES gas power unit with clutch, nice cond. Runs great. $1100. obo. (330) 852-2864. 6' Redwood picnic table, good condition, $55. 330-897-1423 1 PALLET of shipping/ furniture blankets. Pallet is over 6 ft high with blankets. Make offer. 330-466-6484

Musical Instruments

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


Pets Supplies

####### 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. ####### FOR SALE: 5 beautiful kittens. Very playful. Make great pets! Best offer.330-893 -4231. YORKIE/Toy Fox Terrier mix puppies, ready to go, shots and wormed. 330-763-0123. Kennel sell out, Shitzus, 1 Fox Terrier female, and 1 Yorkie male. (330) 473-7840 THREE ACA Weimaraner females, 1 yr. old. $450. 330-600-0183. 10 MO. old Yellow Lab female, very friendly, $40. VM 330-695-9805 AKC POODLE MALE, White, 2 yrs. old, weighs 3-1/2 lbs. Very cute. (330) 763-1965 FOR SALE. English bull dog/ beagle cross puppies, very cute and good with children. Shots & wormed. Phone (330) 567-3432. FOR SALE: Boston bulldog male, 13 mo. old. Roman Yoder, (740) 622-0072. SAN JUAN 330-472-2613



BLACK lab mixed puppies, $25 each. 330- 674-0364. FOR SALE: Flemish giant bunnies. 8 wks old. Voice Mail : (330) 893-3729.

FOR SALE: 36x64 framed main barn with 26x32 straw shed and a 20x45 lean to. Must be torn down. 330-359-5891.

FOR SALE: 5 yr. old black/white Shih-Tzu female, nice pet, did not have puppies for a year. (330) 473-8232.

FOR SALE: Used buggy, very good shape, storm fronts & fiberglass wheels, $2700. Call 330-340-7271.

AKC SHIH-TZU male, 5 yrs. old, $250. Call (330) 852-2383. ext 1.

20 QUART John Deere Hit & Miss Ice Cream Maker, Country Freezer, works good, $3400. Cell/330-473-3462, Ph/330-674-6193 CHERRY KITCHEN, 17' long, $1200; Black kitchen, 10' long. $300; Frigidaire gallery washer & dryer, $375. 40" Frigidaire electric range, $100; 21" Toro push mower, $50; 84" bathroom vanity, two sinks, formica top, $50; 42" bathroom vanity, sink, formica, $25. 330-231-5125 FOR SALE: 3500 watt Honda generator, good condition. $350. Daniel Beachy, (330) 231-2447. 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 Meyers half horse shallow well jet pump w/ pipe and brass fittings; NEW octagon polywood picnic table.Cost: $599 NOW $450. Call 330-893-2895

BOXER PUPPIES, AKC & ACA, shots & wormed, ready to go. 330-763-0123. ENGLISH BULLDOG 3/4 pups. Mini Schnauzer, Snoodle, Poo-chon, Cav-a-chon. Shots, health guarantee. 330- 674-1416. 4 YR. old Border Collie, male, $50/obo. Call (330) 852-9701 GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, 7 weeks old, shots & wormed. $250. Call (330) 852-3192, leave message, will call back. BROWN & WHITE Shih-Tzu/ Yorkie cross male puppy, $75. (330) 893-3619. 3 1/2 yr old 3/4 Bulldog, 1/4 Beagle female. Very Friendly, $150 OBO 330-231-9236 AKC REG. brindle boxer, male for service fee; Also great cross with Bull Dogs, $150. (330) 231-8648 ACA YORKIE males, 10 weeks old, small parents. Free whelping, (330) 857-0170 ext 1. FREE: SHEEBA BLUE HEELER cross male. Call (330) 893-7212

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FOR SALE: 3 Shitzu females. 1 cream & white; 2 brown & white; 1 Yorkie female. $125 each. 330-893-3700 ADORABLE AKC Chocolate Lab puppies, wormed, shots, registered3 females - Ready to go! Call 330-231-5088. BEAGLE MALES, 4 yr old & 6 yr old. Both run rabbits. Ivan Miller 330-674-4572

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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. (2) 4 yr. old Chihuahua females & (1) 5 yr. old Chihuahua female, Also, (1) 4 yr. old Yorkie female. Priced to sell. 330-359-6428. FOR SALE: Small Yorkie female. AKC registered, $350 OBO. 330-893-1953


OLD TOYS-MILITARY-FARM-TRUCKS-AIRPLANES-PAPER GAMES AND PUZZLES-COINS-GUNS- GOOD FURNITURE BOOKS-DISHES AND GLASSWARE- POCKET WATCHES EYE CUPS- SHOP AND GARDEN TOOLS Downsizing and moving to small quarters and will sell the following 50+ year collection plus items from other homes at public auction. Auction to be held in The FFA Building, Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio. The fairgrounds are located at the junction of US Route 30 and State Route 3 South.

THURSDAY JULY 26, 2012 9:00 A.M.

BLOUGH AUCTION A 50+ year accumulation and collection of items including wide assortment of toys and toy parts of all kinds coming from the attic; tin and metal planes and helicopter; trucks; good old bus; Conn and Son JD sun helmets; JD tractor w/ fenders; good selection of paper of all kinds; cast iron soldiers; army truck; WW I and WWII army items; German helmet; yardsticks; old magic set; games and puzzles of all kinds; oil lamps; old dolls and accessories; doll trunk w/ clothes; old ball bats; electric train items; old Hot Wheel items; political buttons; old Scout books; Soap box Derby items; lighters; advertising items of all kinds; 1893 World Fair tickets; cap guns; stamps and post cards; good selection of dishes and glassware; Limoge items; lots of pictures and frames; old Christmas decorating items; celluloid Christmas figures; slant front secretary; misc. chairs and furniture items; Big Little books; boxes of good misc. of all kinds; and more. COINS – Selection of silver dollars, nickels and dimes from the 60’s; rolls of pennies; 87 Silver American Eagle; 4 pc. Morgan silver dollar set; 1922 Peace; 1902 Morgan; foreign gold pc.; 93 and 02 American Eagle pcs.; bags of older coins in various conditions; 1891and 1885 Morgan; state quarters; and more. Coins were uncovered in several boxes and we are still sorting. Coins sell in one location at 9:15. DONNA J. BLOUGH, OWNER AUCTION#2 A good selection selling from a local home including selection of arrowheads including hammer; old coins including silver, silver dollars, nickels, and 1882 large penny; GUNS including Korea ERA 30/30w/ US gun case and magazine pouch; Springfield 03 bolt action 30/06 w/ custom stock and scope; 1906 single shot 12 ga.; other shot guns; 22 bolt action; KNIVES; SEVERAL OLD SWORDS; hunting licenses; Evinrude out board motor; fishing equipment; cast Popeye and Olive Oyl figures; Depression glass; eye cups; Davy Crocket folding knife; lighters; blanket chest; brass binoculars; tilt top stand; silver serving pcs.; 2 pocket watches; RR spittoon; record albums; cedar board outdoor decorative outhouse; and more. TOOLS- Bench grinder; bench belt sander; old 12 sp. Schwinn bike; wood burning stove; lawn and garden tools; 2 old metal patio chairs; and more. AUCTION #3 2 large leather chairs; 2 large wicker chairs; 6 wicker dining chairs; cedar chest; dog cage; 2 custom chairs Frank Lloyd Wright style; 6 tall canvas director chairs; Honda SP mower; Good Year outboard motor; 2 good patio sets; Rubbermaid wheel barrow; good box lots; and more. FABRE AUCTION Heritage DR table, chairs, and hutch; Heritage china cupboard; 2 decorative pillars; leather couch; love seat; ; good pictures and frames; dishes and glassware; silver serving pcs.; good couch; side chairs; Christmas decorations; glass display shelves; books; luggage; good box lots. Extra good furniture selling here. YADIRA FABRE, OWNER NOTE- A very partial list for a good auction. Still lots to unbox and sort. Frank Blough saved his toys from childhood and collected more. Selling in 3 rings. Bring 2 friends. Starting at 9AM w/ antiques and smalls. 2nd block w/ coins at 9:15 and guns at 10AM. 3rd crew walking the rows. Pictures at www. Click on chattel auctions. Circle your calendar for a good one. TERMS- Cash Or Good Check Breakfast and Lunch

(330)264-8342 4939 MILLBROOK RD. WOOSTER, OHIO 44691

AUCTIONEERS- Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice & Joe Shearer

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2 AKC standard Poodle females. 1 yr old, $500 for both. Also young Puggle and Beagle females, $100 each. 330897-0562 ext 2 FOR SALE: Shiba puppies. One Male & one female. AKC registered, $400. 330-893-1953

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FOR SALE: Parti Pom puppies, 12 w k s . old, shots, wormed, females-$150, males-$125. 4155 CR 59, Baltic. 330-897-1106 AKC Chocolate Lab puppies, shots & wormed, $275. Call (330) 674-0557 x 3

26th Anniversary

Annual Benefit Auction

The Rainbow of Hope Foundation Location: At the Mt. Hope Auction Barn, Mt. Hope Ohio. (Holmes County) From Canton take US 62 west to SR 241 south to Mt. Hope and Mt. Hope Auction Barn.

Friday July 27 & Saturday July 28, 2012

Saturday Auction Starts at 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Large selection of quality locally make oak, cherry, & other wood furniture including: 42”x60” Hard Maple Table, Shaker Style w/ 6 Leaves and 6 Chairs; Red Oak Table Shaker Style w/ 2 Captain’s Chair and 4 Side Chairs; Quarter Sawn White Oak Table; 6pc Brown Maple BR Suite; 5pc Cherry BR suite; 5pc Maple Shaker BR Suite; Cherry Queen Bed; Log Bed; Queen Super Soft Mattress Set; 2 Roll Top Desks; Desk; Sec. Desk; Mission Table; Mission Chairs; Cherry sideboard; Corner hutch; Pie safe; Cherry & Oak Secretaries; 2DR Hutch; Oak File Cabinet; Book Case; State Clock; Oak Coffee & End Tables; Cherry 3-Drawer Nightstand; Cherry Double-Mule Chest; Hall Tree; Landscape Mirror; Oak Chairs & Step Stools; Oak Quilt Rack; Glider Rocker; Hickory Rocker; Child’s Rocker; Serving Cart; Wood Carving; excellent selection of hardwood pieces, many additional items forthcoming for the auction. Pieces will include Rustic Cherry, Quarter Sawn White Oak, Maple, and Walnut as well as numerous other hardwood species. Approx. 9:30 a.m. Quilts: Approx. 100 large quilts and wallhangers, misc, numerous patterns. 12:00 noon Auction Highlights: 32’x44’ Shop/Garage Building (built on your lot), see additional advert for more details, Burley Walnut Keim Lumber Clock; Studebaker Jr. Wagon; Antler Pen; 1.5 gallon ice cream freezer w/ Maytag motor. Hand forged Fillet Knife by Sugarcreek Forge. Semi Load 4/4 White Oak Quarter Sawn, Kiln Dried Lumber. 12:30 p.m. Dairy Heifers: bred heifers; calves; feeders. Horses, Ponies & Buggies, to be sold after Heifers: Assorted horses and ponies; Mini-Surrey w/ LED lights, fiberglass shaft; 2-seater Open Buggy; Bowman Top Buggy; Driving Sulky; Pioneer Forecart; Buggy Harnesses; set of draft harness; Pony Harness. Additional items forthcoming. Power Equipment; Lawn Furniture, Storage Barns, Sporting Goods & Misc: Holland Gas Grills; 10’x14’ Breezewood screened n Cabin; Hunting Cabin; Gazebo; 8’x10’ & 10’x12’ storage barns; Play-Mor Swing Set; Children’s Play Set; flip flop picnic table; vinyl glider; 4 ft. oak glider; square picnic table w/ benches; 4 pc. wicker outdoor set; 2 ft. lighthouse; rabbit hutch; 2 – 8 ft. folding poplar benches w/ cherry stain; Stihl Blowers, generators; swing set; gym set; Hickory swing; portable barbeque set; 2 cape cod cedar chairs; leaf blower; 50’ air hose; mailbox post; numerous additional new items. The ROH Board Members will donate 6 hours of labor, as a group, for any Monday in August, to be sold at 12:00 Noon. Friday Evening (July 27, 2012) activities include: • Fish Fry • Chicken BBQ starting at 4:00 p.m. • Tools & Toys Auction – 6:00 p.m. • Local Entertainment – 7:30 p.m Dan Bartlette • Volleyball Tournament – Teams by Donation • Lots of Food, Fun, & Fellowship • Bake Sale – Friday & Saturday • Silent Auction –Saturday Terms: Cash or Good Check with Proper Identification. Visa and MasterCard accepted – Rain or Shine. Shop/Garage Building Terms: 20% down day of auction, 50% upon commencement of project and balance at completion. Construction must take place in 2012. Please note all items are subject to change prior to the auction. Numerous pieces to be added. Visit our websites for additional information and photos, as well as information on the foundation.; www.kaufmanrealty. com;; Note: This is the 26th year for the Rainbow of Hope Auction. The Foundation would like thank the community for the overwhelming support it has shown for the past 25 years. Come help us celebrate our community helping children in our community.

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2 ACA Poodles, males, 9 wks old, 1 white & 1 cream, $300 each; 1 Yorkie male, 3 1/2 mo. old, black & tan $150; 1 Multipom cross, male, 5 1/2 mo. old, white $75; 1 Yorkie Poodle cross, 13 wks old, black & tan, $100. 330-893-4315.

Pets Supplies

AKC Miniature Pincher puppies, 8 wks old. males: $250 females: $275 (330) 401-8262. 3 1/2 year old Labadoodle female, $50. 2 Beagle females, $50. each. Phone (330) 897-2103.

“Little” Andy Miller & Mattie Miller Auction

Location: Kaufman Auction House, 3149 SR 39. 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.

Tuesday – July 31st – 2012 4:00 PM

* 10 Guns * Lawn & Garden * Millersburg Glass * Golf Items * Furniture * Household * Collectibles * 10 Guns – Ammo – Fishing Items: Remington Model 1100 G3 20 Ga., (NIB) with Case & Choke Tubes; Winchester Mod. 94 32-40 Cal. John Wayne Commemorative (NIB) w/ John Wayne Ammo 32-40; Winchester Mod. 42 410 Ga.; Winchester Mod. 12 12 Ga.; Winchester Mod. 1897 12 Ga.; Remington 870 Express 12 Ga.; Stevens Mod. 820B 12 Ga; Ruger Mod. 10/22 22 Cal.; Savage Mod. 93R17 .17 Cal. w/ Scope; Ruger 22 Cal. Automatic Pistol w/ Ivory Grips; Ammo; Konuspot Spotting Scope; Nikon Binoculars; (8) Fishing Poles; Fish Net; 5) Tackle Boxes (Loaded); Coolers; Camping Chairs; Umbrellas; Sleeping Bag. Lawn & Garden – Tools – Golf Items: Agri Fab Mow-N-Vac; Fimco Sprayer; Roto Hoe Sprayer; Stihl 032 AV Chainsaw w/ Case; Stihl FS45 & FS66 Weedeaters; 16’ Werner Ext. Ladder; Cyclone Spreader; Fire Extinguisher; Summit Tool Box; Socket Sets; Wrenches; Vise; Hex Key Set; Saw; 2 ½ Ton Floor Jack; Hand Tools; Mail Box; Jumper Cables; Bug Zapper; Winchester Multi Tool; Hose w/ Reel; Berlin Flyer Wagon; Wash Basket Cart; Garmin Nuvi; Magellan Roadmate; Cobra Radar Detector; Tiger Woods Bobble Heads; Boo Weekly Signed Photo; Croquet Set; Golf Clubs; Wooden Golf Clubs; 15+ Putters (Ping, Odyssey & Others.) Millersburg Glass – Appliances – Furniture – Household – Collectibles: (10) Millersburg Glass Pieces: Marigold ZigZag, Marilyn Tumbler, Ohio Star Vase, Amethyst Prim Rose, Marigold Nesting Swan, Marigold Grape Wreath, Green Blackberry Wreath, Green Mayan, Hanging Cherry Butter Lid, Hobstar & Feather Relish. GE Washer; Maytag Dryer; Sanyo 50” Plasma HDTV; Dining Table w/ 6 Chairs; Quarter Sawn & Oak 2 Pc. Cupboard w/ 3 Drawer Base; Buffet; Oak Bench; Deacons Bench; Couch w/ Hide a Bed; Glider Rocker; Over Stuffed Chairs, Couch, Recliners; Swivel Chairs; Hickory Rocker; 2 Piece Hutch; Treadle Sewing Machine; Quarter Sawn & Oak Chest of Drawers; (2) Full Size Beds; Rolltop Desk; Toy Chest; Stereo w/ Cabinet & Speakers; Sony Radio/ CD Player; Seth Thomas 8 Day Clock; Andy’s Sugarcreek Cartage Softball Uniform & Team Signed Ball; White Sewing Machine; Quilt Frame; Fenton & Imperial Glassware; Hen on Nests; Oil Lamps; 20+ Steins; Crocks; Wooden Bowl w/ Paddle (From Grandma Martha Miller); Wooden Butter Churn; 1875 Holmes County Atlas; Copper Broiler; (2) Old German Bibles; Local Advertising; Cuckoo Clock; Uncut Sheet of Elvis Stamps; Mahlon Shrock Painted Saw; Egg Basket; 2 Man Saw; Meat Saw; Nativity Figurine Set from Village Gift Barn; P. Graham Dunn Items; Stutzman Crossing Photo; Kodak Digital Picture Display; Canon Printer/Scanner; Gateway 19” Color Monitor; Numerous Kitchen Items Including: Skillets; Pots & Pans; Tupperware; Canister Set; Coffee Makers; George Foreman Grills; Lenox Goblets; (8) Place Setting; Roasters; Bread Maker; Knife Sets; Pyrex; Utensils; Crock Pot; Toaster; Can Opener; Fire King; McCoy Pitcher & Bowl. Note: Andy was very well known and always had a smile on his face. The family has decided to auction off his and their mother Mattie’s items. Please join us at the Kaufman Auction House due to lack of parking at his home place. Chattel Terms: Cash, good check, or credit card. 3% buyer’s premium; premium waived for cash or check. Proper Identification required to register. Lunch Stand Auction by order of: Miller Family


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(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

Auctioneers: Steve Andrews, Jr. Miller and others For more information call (330) 674-5062 Rainbow of Hope Foundation P.O. Box 8 * Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660




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ROTTWEILER MALE for stud service. Milan Weaver 11998 Berg Rd. A.C., OH 44606 FOR SALE. UKC Black & tan Coonhound, 3 yr. old male, Hurricane Alexander the Great, trees coon but not hunted enough to reach full potential. Has produced a few good pups. (330) 567-3432. FOR SALE: Baby ducks, quails, show pheasants, roller pigeons, swans- black & white. 419- 606-4561. I WANT TO BUY AKC Sheltie pups. (330)-415-4354. 5 YR old male shepherd mix; 4 yr old male black lab mix. Very friendly, good farm dogs. Good homes only. 330-201-7797 FOR SALE: AKC Cocker Spaniel puppies. 3 mo. old. $350 for males, $400 for females. Roy Yoder, 330-674- 1038. AKC Yorkie male, 3 1/2 years old, 4 lbs, ears up, short nose. 330-231-7331 FOR SALE: 5 yr old ACA Bichon male. Pet only. $45. 740-545-9042 LM Australian Shepherd pups ACA registered. Shots/wormed, loves children, $250 and up. (330) 231-5745.

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AKC YORKIE female, 4 years old; AKC Maltese female, 10 month old. $200. each. ACA Shih-Tzu male, 3 years old, proven, $175. (330) 567-2757. Shihpoo puppies, boucy, cuddly, friendly. Black & Black & white. $290. & up. (330) 695-2544 or 330-465-0251

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

ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. 330-275-7980

FOR SALE: Nine mo. old Border Collie. Black Tan Elkhound Cross. 7597 Frease Rd., Fredericksburg. 330-695-9392 x 2.


ACA English Bulldog male, 2 1/2 yrs old. Proven breeder, very aggressive, nice markings, $1000 (330) 893-4157.

6 CUTE young guinea pigs, some tri-color markings, make nice pets. $10. each. 330-473-9229.

PUPPIES FOR SALE - Fox Terrier-Beagle mix, born April 13th. Call (330) 567-9561


2 AKC French bulldog females, both 1 year old, brindle, never had puppies. $900. each or $1600. for both. Phone (330) 893-3424. FOR SALE: Beagle Mix puppies, Born 5/5/12. Will make good pets. 330-674-4999 ext. 1 UKC Walker Coonhound, trees and runs his own coon, $100. Also, free male Beagle. Call 740-824-4692. 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

Tools Machinery

STEEL POWER drill ST45 , in good condition. Leave message 330-674-1694x2

FOR SALE: DELTA 6" jointer without motor, good condition, $160 . Call Ivan A. Yoder. 330-893-2439.

2 CHIHUAHUA females, ACA reg., born 4/4/11. Blue Merle, 4 lbs. 330-674-6304 14'X40' PROFESSIONAL dog breeding kennel, plus large breed dogs - Going out of business. (330) 432-7674

MILLER BLUESTAR engine driven welder, motor works, but needs electrical work done. $250. 330-893-1058

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

60 HP Perkins diesel with clutch, line shaft, hydraulic tank, hydraulic pumps & alternator. Exc. cond. Call (330) 897-8309, leave message. KAWASAKI 4300 watt generator. Working condition, but needs recoil. $150. 330-897-6602 leave message

(selling in 2 rings starting at 5:00 p.m.) Antiques * Household/Furniture * Tools Antiques: Enterprise sausage stuffer on stand w/ orig. label; phone stand; early “Handy” shingle cutter; lg. cast radiator heater; stationary presser; early floor radio; crocks; crock jugs; early water skis; insulators; cast items; Leclerc loom; older Tonka toys. Household/Furniture: sofa; swivel rocker chair; tables w/ chairs; drop-leaf table; 3 pc. full bedroom set w/ boxspring & mattress; end & coffee tables; 2 70’s bedroom sets; plant stands; stepback hutch; bookshelf w/ glass doors; 2 Lazy Boy recliners; library tables; knee hole desk; Maytag wringer washer; clean elec. Maytag washer 7 dryer; retro glider patio sofa; retro table w/ 4 chairs; metal shelving; sweepers; floor lamps; fitness flyer exerciser; bikes. Tools: Karcher 310 power washer; tool chest; Troy Bilt push mower; leaf blowers; Craftsman 12” bandsaw; small table saw; wooden ladders; Rubbermaid lawn cart; lots of garden tools + 100’s of box lots. Note: This is an abbreviated list. 100’s of boxes to unpack. Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, July 20. 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.


Wanted to Buy

WANTED: NATURAL gas heater, vented, wall mount, 10,000 BTU. Call (330) 674-1416. WANTED: SILO PIPE & distributor. 330-893-3701 WANTED: GOOD used wood, or poly porch glider. Also want, good used wardrobe, and good used dutch cupboard 330-698-3042 WANTED: 5 x 9 aluminum bread (loaf pans) 330-359-5713 WANTED: STEEL wheels for new idea No. #12 manure spreader. Will trade on air. Andrew Yoder 30936 CR 126 Fresno OH 43824 WANTED: BLACK roofing slate. Also 2000 watt inverter. Amos Schlabach, 330-674-9451 ext. 2 YOU GOT scrap, we got cash. Pickups and dropoffs avail. No equip. or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980 WANTED: Pony for young boy to ride and drive. State price and size. Steven Miller 330-275-4606. 7 FT high x 10 ft wide garage door. Please call (330) 231-6485.

WANTED: NATURAL gas chest freezer. New or used. Please call 330-852-3153 Beachy



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Land Sale Rent

2 ACRES in Walnut Creek township. Quiet country setting on TR 374; Great building potential on nice open site. 330-893-2895 FOR SALE: 1 acre with well & septic, 30x40 pole building with electric & concrete floor. Township Rd 80. $30,000. 330-231-9611.


2009 CADDY CTS, Florida car, only 8,000 miles, full 1 year warrantee, $22,500. (419) 651-1100.

Auctions Public Sales

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

• Vinyl Windows •06500 FreeAD11797131 Installations 72 • Free Estimates 43399 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH

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

VERY NICE apt. in Sugar Creek, nice size living/dining/kitchen area, 2 nice size BRs, 1 BA, Renter pays all utils. Avail. Aug. 1. 330-897-9045, M-Thurs., 8-4. 2BDR - 1 BATH DUPLEX SMITHVILLE -$525+ UTIL 330-466-1954 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

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

CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

2 BR upstairs apt. Downtown Sugarcreek. Available Aug. 1, 2012. (330) 852-9191.

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


LOOKING TO buy any unsprayed fruitapples, pears, peaches, etc. please call 330-276-0658

3-4 BEDROOM home for rent in the country. $775/month plus deposit. Call or text 575-317-3059


Child Care Service

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


BUYING FIXABLE & unused vehicles, will take unwanted vehicles too. Paying more than scrap price on most. 330-473-0400.

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


Chimney Sweeps

Boats 695

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 SUZUKI 4-stroke 9.9-hp long shaft, excellent cond., low emissions, elect. start, $1200. Cell/330-473-3462, Ph/330- 674-6193

24V Minnkota, power drive with electric foot peddle, $300. Cell/330-473-3462, Ph/330- 674-6193 FOR SALE: 1982 30 h.p. Mariner. Non electric start, $500. Leave message. 330-698-1778 PM Boat Motor Repair. Full service on out broad motors. $10/hr + parts. call for appointment. 330-674-2500


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


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

posts, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x6, 6x8, 8x8, length up to 20 ft, more sizes available! Call for pricing 330-763-4614

GREAT PARTS Car, 1991 Buick Regal, 3800, engine runs strong, newer tires, $850. 330-234-6978

19' FIBERGLASS Bayliner fish & ski boat, 125-hp Force O/B motor, new interior, everything works good, $3000/obo. 330-231-7490.


Building Materials

207 Doors & Windows

Wanted to Rent

FOR SALE: '05 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd, 4x4 w/ hemmy, 69,000 mi., $15,500 OBO. 330-763-1214

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

WANTED: PIGMY Goat kids and/or Billy. Also bunny hutch. call with price: 330-231-8913 or 330-231-0847 (330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


Mobile Home pastor. (330) 279-2344. For Sale 500 Automobiles TREATED LUMBER fence boards, fence

FOR SALE: Electric- 12" Milwaukee compound mitre saw, like new condition, $525. 330-674-2500.

Chain link dog kennel, 1 16' panel w/ 3 doors, 4 side panels 8' L x 5' H. Used very little. (330) 893-4157.

Monday July 23, 2012 5:00 p.m.


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.

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

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.

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: 2 Toyota Lifts 5000 lbs cab, heat, side shift, fork pos. $8500- 3000 lbs side shift $2200. call 330-893-1020

FREE nice kittens to good homes. (330) 695-5000.

Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

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


1999 PLYMOUTH Grand Voyager, great mechanical condition, needs A/C work and some minor repairs, very dependable, $1900 OBO. 330-231-5745

3 BR house in Millersburg area for new

AKC Registered Black Boxer puppies. $300. 330-472-2613

GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies, pure bred, no papers. (330) 897-1348.

Mobile Home Rentals

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.


Wanted: Puppies/young adults. Bichons, Maltese, and Yorkies. (330) 893-1916.

BORDER COLLIE puppies, born 4/16/12, 2 females, $80 each. Shots & wormed. (330) 279-3409 ext 1.

Comm. Property - Rent 545

STORAGE UNIT for rent. 12x30, $30./mo. (330) 695-7242.

Home Condo For Sale 495

11-HP HONDA 5-hp compressor on slide, good condition, $950. Jacob Miller, (330) 695-9944

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.

Wanted to Buy 490

RVs & Campers

DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call Michelle at (330) 844-1604.



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


Equipment Rental

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.



Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/330-231-8813 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 ARE YOU TIRED of chasing livestock? I'll fix any type of fence. Call (330) 897-2502. Junior R. Yoder

HIDDEN ACRES 107 TR 810, Lot 40 West Salem, Ohio 44287 419-853-4687 Overnight & seasonal camping. Lake, pool, playgrounds, planned activities, WiFi, snack bar, boats, golf cart rental. Credit cards OK.



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.



Trucks SUVs WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini

Home Condo Rentals FOR SALE: '05 Trail Blazer, 108,000 mi., vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or needs new 330-465-5690




TONNEAU COVER and clamps for 6.5' truck bed, $100.00. (330) 378-5115.


CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

The Holmes County Shopper News

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


Lawn & Gardening 1000

KIPOR GENERATORS Units in Stock at Prices Starting at


Home Improvement

CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of your remodeling or addition. Quality Comes Standard. 330-231-7195 REMODELING, ROOFING, decks, storm damage, etc. Free estimates. Call 330-231-6304.

Model Shown KGE2000Ti

08650 AD12337331 144

• INVERTER TECHNOLOGY 66482 • Engine speed adjusts to output demand • Sizes available – 1000, 2000, 3000w

BERLIN GRAVELY SALES GOD IS LOVE 4319 Cr 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654



Lawn & Gardening

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.



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

Roofing & Spouting 1035

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

STORAGE UNITS available just outside of Nashville Ohio on Route 39. Starting at $29.00 per month. 330-674-4365.

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

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

BERLIN ROOFING for all your re-roofing & repair needs-- shingle, metal, rubber & slate. 330-893-2518. FOR SALE: 21 trusses 6/12 pitch, 26 ft. Working Span. Allen Miller, 4691 T.R. 613, Fredericksburg.

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 D







4203 Boltz Orchard Rd, Sugarcreek An affordable split level home in a good country setting. 3 BR/2 BA with nice sized rooms, garage and much more. $95,000 Bob Schlabach, 330-401-7010





4578 Gatchell Rd SE, Uhrichsville Secluded 3 bedroom home in need of repairs on over 18 wooded acres. No mineral rights. $57,000. Steve Maag, 330-763-4769 NG




TR 359, Millersburg Over 3 acres of high setting ground in Berlin. Great view, city utilities available. $79,500 Steve Maag, 330-763-4769


CR 447, Walnut Creek East Holmes building site. Nice & level located in a country setting. Property includes 2 small storage buildings. $23,200 Jr. Miller, 330-231-1914 10052086

the heart of the market ..Complete Real Estate and Auction Service farms homes household livestock vacant land equipment estates antiques commerical property lake property

Sugarcreek Office Post Office Box 422 1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 Phone 330.852.4111 Toll Free 888.852.4111 Fax 330.852.4099



REPAIR & RE-SCREEN windows & a t i o screens - While you wait. By appt. only. 330-878-5651. Delmer Snyder, 8682 SR 93, Dundee, OH. 44624.

Tree Service p

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



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

Standing Seam 15AD12562702 72 10000 Farm Machinery and Equipment Auction sq. ft. $1 Standing Saturday, July 28, 2012 • 10:00 AM Seam (pick up) 330-763-1162 Location: 10103 Trail Bottom Rd Dundee, OH 44624


Storage 1130

New Philadelphia Office

141 Front SE New Philadelphia, OH 44663 Phone 330.602.4111 Fax 330.602.4114

Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612 10048929

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. (330) 852-4111 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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Health Fitness 865



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The Holmes County Shopper News • • •

UNDER 10,000 SALE! 07 Chevy Aveo LS

04 Buick LeSabre


Sale Price

06 Chrysler PT Cruiser

Power Windows & Locks, CD stereo, Air.

04 Jeep Liberty 4x4


Cloth, AM/FM Stereo, Tow Package.

4Cyl, Automatic, Alloy Wheels.



92 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4

00 GMC Safari SLE

350 V8, Auto, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels.

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Air.



01 Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited

Power Sunroof, Power Windows & Locks, Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

96 Olds Delta 88

True Miles Unknown, Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Cloth, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Air.



91 Buick Lesabre Custom

99 Buick Park Avenue


99 Ford 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4

02 Dodge Dakota Ext

99 Lexus RX300 AWD

6cyl Manual, Tilt Wheel, Cassette Stereo, Tow Package.

Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.



Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air



Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Sunroof, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

01 Dodge 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 Tilt, Cruise, Alloy Wheels, Air.



95 Ford 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4

99 Olds Intrigue

5cyl Manual, Alloy Wheels, Air, Bedliner, Cloth Interior

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.



03 Buick Park Avenue Ultra

02 GMC Envoy 4x4 SLT

Power Sunroof, Power Windows & Locks, Heated Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels.

Leather, Power Seat, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Air.

03 Pontiac Vibe AWD



Power Seat, Leather, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels


00 Dodge Conversion Van

06 Pontiac G6

96 Chrysler Town & Country LXI

Power Heated Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Air.


90 Ford E-150 Van



Sale Price


Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette


94 Ford 3/4 Ton Reg 4x4

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Air.


Sale Price

84 Ford Ranger Reg 2WD

Sale Price


Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.


92 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 2WD

Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.


Sale Price


Sale Price

05 Chevy Trailblazer LS 4x4

Only 36,000 Miles! Auto, Air.

Only 67,000 Miles! Power Seat, Keyless Entry, CD Stereo, Air, 6-Passenger.

Power Heated Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.


03 Honda Pilot EX AWD Power Seat, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.




01 Pontiac Bonneville SSEI

Only 59,000 Miles! Leather Power Seats, Power Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.


We’ll change your oil & filter for the next 30,000 miles FREE with your purchase of any used vehicle $5,000 or more we’ll include 10 FREE oil & filter changes at no charge!! See a salesperson for details. Prior sales & diesels excluded.

CHUCK NICHOLSON *While supplies last. Vehicle color may not refect sale vehicle. Sale ends 7/26/12.

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

Chuck Nicholson

Barry Nicholson

Jim Simo

The Original



Christi Wengerd

Dale Brown

Kevin Fair

Gary Schrock

Ivan Barkman

Tom Carder

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

Bill Hatfield

Connie McCulloch • • •



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Holmes County Shopper, July 19, 2012  

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

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