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Celebrating 25 years of success Swiss and Amish cooking makes Beachy’s Country Chalet an area favorite

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer SUGARCREEK — Owners Dave and Linda Beachy invite the community to celebrate 25 years with Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant in Sugarcreek. Specializing in authentic Swiss and Amish dining, Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant will mark a quarter of a century as an area favorite. Scouts to serve The restaurant was breakfast born of a rich Amish and Swiss heritage, as Pancake and sausage owner Dave Beachy was breakfast will be served steeped in the flavors Saturday, Nov. 3 from of Amish Country at an 7-10:30 a.m., by donaearly age. tion, at the Life Center of Growing up in an the Millersburg Christian Amish family as the 10th Church on North Clay of 12 children — and the Street, Millersburg. Sponsixth of seven boys in a sored by Millersburg Boy row — “I was stuck in Scout Troop 358 with all the kitchen with mom to proceeds to go toward help,” said Beachy. “That purchase of new Scout kind of got my feet wet, equipment. nt ar Warranty, dy, Ai Ai Kelley Mohr photo/ g gra with the cooking in in ar He HedarW st st Beerica’s Be helping America’s Am Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant, located at 115 Andreas Drive NE, Sugarcreek, opened its and baking and things of e! e! id id nw nw tio tio na na ice ice rv rv se se withFD with Nashville doors for business in 1987. Amish heritage was combined with Dave Beachy’s Swiss ancestry in that nature.” & Service & Service designing the menu, which has made the restaurant popular with both locals and visitors. From there, Beachy’s to hold fish fry ir ir pa pa Rekitchen took Re love of the a few years of learning they think of as “God's Restaurant in a former Swiss ancestry in a locaThe Nashville Fire him into the restaurant & eanin & gs Cl ninbrother, Cleahis thegsropes, the Beachys Country,” moving back corn field. tion in the heart of the Department is having a business with * * ts ts en en tm tm jus a resAdjus returned to their beau- to Sugarcreek to build Combine that Amish who had Ad opened home in what Beachy’s Country Chalet heritage with Beachy's See Pg. 4 — CHALET See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR taurant in Florida.of After tiful of



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Calendar (Continued From Page 1) fish fry on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 4-8 p.m. The cost of the dinner is by donations. Our last fish fry was a huge success. We hope to see everyone there. Proceeds will benefit the building of a new fire station in the future.

Holmes Red Cross to hold dinner Saturday The Holmes County American Red Cross will hold a volunteer recognition Saturday, Nov. 3 at noon at Moses D. and Edna Yoder residence, 5415 State Route 557, Millersburg. The volunteer board will provide a haystack lunch at no cost; take a dessert or other side dish. Anyone with a connection to the Holmes County American Red Cross as a volunteer, donor, driver, bloodmobile worker, board member, instructor, apheresis donor, etc., is welcome to attend. Register by calling 330674-5861 and leave a message of the number attending.

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Goodwill to celebrate Good Turn Day on Saturday On Nov. 3 members of area Scout troops are asked to contribute three bags of gently-used donated items to Goodwill retail locations throughout Wayne and Holmes counties to mark Good Turn Day. Scouts do good for the community by collecting used clothing, books, housewares, and other items to be donated to Goodwill Industries. To recognize this effort, a Good Turn Day 2012 patch will be available to any Scout who donates at least three bags of goods on that day between 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Donation sites are: Wooster, 143 W. Milltown Road; Orrville, 351 Hostetler Road; Rittman, 260 N. Main St.; Millersburg, 1098 Glenn Drive; and Loudonville, 16630 state Route 3. Contact Carolyn Stefanik at with questions regarding Good Turn Day 2012, or for more information about this event or Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties. Find the agency on Facebook at woostergoodwill.

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Chalet (Continued From Page 1) Little Switzerland of Ohio, and Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant quickly became a favorite for locals and tourists alike. “I can’t take the credit myself for the restaurant’s 25 years of success,” said Beachy. “It’s really the team members.” This corps of dedicated employees, many of whom are Amish or Mennonite, is the glue that holds the restaurant together, explained Beachy. “Working together is so important, having good people that fit together to make a team effort,” he said, noting that it helps that he speaks Pennsylvania Dutch and drives employees to and from the restaurant each day. “The cooks in particular will come in with an idea for a restaurant, something they’ve tried or they use at home, so it’s been neat to have team members that are so interested in the business and bring ideas to the table.” Beachy’s job is to work with team members, he said, for when the employees are happy, they can continue to make the customers happy. This practice has allowed the restaurant to attract a loyal customer base over the years. “We have a lot of repeat business and the locals really support us well,” said Beachy. With a menu featuring authentic Swiss dishes such as wiener schnitzel and bratwurst served with sauerkraut, as well as favorites like family-style dinners with roast beef, ham, chicken or turkey served with

Paintings, created by the late local artist Tom Miller, are located at the end of every bench in the dining room, adding to the theme at Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant. The paintings mirror the murals that decorate buildings throughout Sugarcreek. “It creates an atmosphere here that is pleasant,” Beachy said. “I really wanted to make it homey and not just an eatery.” mashed potatoes, dressing and home-baked bread, Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant offers a veritable feast of fine Amish and Swiss cooking. “The food is tasty, we serve it hot and it’s good quality stuff,” said Beachy. “Our pan fried chicken is top notch.” Other popular items are the fish dinner, a special on Fridays, the roast beef, liver and onions and a taco salad unique to Amish Country — romaine and iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, mild banana peppers, taco chips and cheddar topped with Beachy’s chili. The full menu offers a taste of the area’s cooking with salads, homemade soups, platters, sandwiches, Amish and Swiss entrees, Amish family-style meals and plenty of side dishes — including homemade noodles, real mashed potatoes with gravy, homemade dressing, sauerkraut and much more. One popular side dish is roesti, Swissstyle home fries. “Our homemade soups

really set us apart from our competition,” said Beachy. “Our cheese and broccoli soup really helped put us on the map.” For those looking for a little of everything, Beachy’s Amish Sampler has it all. “Sometimes it’s nice to try a number of things if you’re someone new coming into the area,” said Beachy. “It spreads it all around and gives you a taste of a lot of things.” A sampling of Beachy’s favorites, the platter includes pan fried chicken, ham, roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, dressing and vegetables of the day, finished off with a sampling of homemade pies. The larger portion also includes turkey. To top off the meal, diners have their choice of Beachy’s 15 varieties of pie in flavors like apple, dutch raspberry, old-fashioned rhubarb, cherry, egg custard, pumpkin, coconut, graham cracker cream, peanut butter and more. “We roll our pie dough by hand and bake them in-

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In addition to serving authentic Amish and Swiss food, Beachy’s Country Chalet Restaurant also offers quilts, most of which are made by local Amish. house,” said Beachy. For the 25th anniversary, the restaurant will feature a variety of specials, beginning with that wonderful pie. “We’re going to have




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Church notes Clark Church to hold Holiday Bazaar The Clark Community Church, located on state Route 83 south of Millersburg, will hold its 31st annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Included will be the church’s relish, hot mustard sauce and vegetable soup, along with crafts and baked goods. Soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts will be served throughout the day.

Enjoy Fall Gospel Celebration The seventh annual Fall Country Gospel Music Celebration will be held on Saturday, Nov. 3, at Berlin Christian Fellowship Church starting at 6 p.m. There is a long list of great entertainers featuring Marlin and Laurel Wagler from Indiana who do a country-style of Gospel with a lot of down-home family type of songs. Also performing will be Dave and Lee Swartzentruber who are continuing the local tradition of good, two-part harmony. Floyd Mullet with Servant’s Heart will do a tribute to Johnny Schrock and an addition to the concert is Liberated, from Mount Hope with Southern Gospel style music. Brand new to the show this year is 39 West, with lead singer Paul Malanga from Burbank. Malanga is a worship leader at his home church and has been singing his whole life. Local musicians in the band include Bob Kraus, Don VanFossen and Aden Miller who said “We do traditional gospel

and country music such as ‘Ring of Fire.’” There is no admission fee but a freewill offering will be taken to help support this annual event. Berlin Christian Fellowship is at 5382 County Road 201, 1 mile west of Berlin, just off state Route 39. For questions or more info call 330-852-4408.

Revival services to be at Welcome Church Welcome Church of Christ, Township Road 257 off state Route 60, will hold revival services Nov. 4-7 at 6:30 each evening with minister, Robbie Bonar.

Pork and sauerkraut benefit to be on Election Day Pork and sauerkraut benefit will be served from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at Fiat St. Peter’s U.C.C. Pork and sauerkraut, real mashed potatoes, applesauce, hot dogs, Amish bread, cake and pie. Donations help mission work and church needs. At Baltic on state Route 93, follow signs; or from Ragersville Road to Troendly Road and first road to the right.

Election Night dinner will be at First Presbyterian A ham loaf dinner, including cheesy potatoes, green beans and desserts, will be held at Millersburg First Presbyterian

Church, 90 S. Clay St., on Tues- for missions. The meal includes day, Nov. 6, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. spaghetti, coleslaw, applesauce, Carry-out or dine in; donations bread, pie and beverage. will be accepted and the money will be used to support the Old Testament March women’s missionary projects.

Community Social Day is Nov. 8 Community Social Day will be held Thursday, Nov. 8 at Renner’s St. Paul United Church of Christ from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Lunch will include soup, sandwich, salad and dessert (freewill offering supports outreach programs). There will also be knotting comforters, sharing old neighborhood pictures and lots of fellowship. This is the 11th year for the social days. The church is on Tuscarawas County Road 41 near Coshocton County Road 93 (7620 Renner Road S.W.).

Killbuck Church to hold bazaar Killbuck United Methodist Church, 410 N. Main St., will be holding its yearly holiday bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. There will be baked goods, a Chinese auction, crafts, soup and good food.

Spaghetti supper is Nov. 10 A spaghetti supper will be served Saturday, Nov. 10, from 4-7 p.m. at the Dundee United Methodist Church on state Route 93. Donations will be accepted for dine in or carry-out meals with proceeds to be used

Operation Christmas Child brings many joy at holidays Operation Christmas Child brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoeboxes. Since 1993, millions of shoeboxes have been packed, shipped and delivered to children who live in impoverished conditions caused by war, famine, disease and other natural disasters. The shoe box gifts remind the children that, in spite of their difficult circumstances, someone does care about them and they have not been forgotten. People of all ages, clubs, civic groups, schools, churches, women’s groups, etc. can be involved by filling a shoebox with school supplies, hygiene items and other

items such as hard candy, T-shirts, socks, ball caps, hair clips, flashlights with extra batteries and toys. Last year, local churches, organizations and families brought it a total of 4,640 shoeboxes to Valley View Community Church, Sugarcreek and 1,450 shoeboxes to Gray Ridge Mennonite Church, Millersburg. During National Collection Week, Nov. 12-19, these churches, as well as United Dayspring Church in Berlin, will be accepting donations. Anyone can drop off donations. Collection times are: — Valley View Community Church, 2772 Simons Drive NW, Sugarcreek (330-852-2273); Nov. 12-17 — Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9

To The Cross is fall study theme

Fall Bible Study, led by Dale Kefer from Chesapeake, Va., will be held Nov. 11-14, Sunday at 6 p.m. and Monday-Wednesday, 7 p.m. at Light in thre Valley Chapel in Sugarcreek. Come join us as we follow the Biblical history as it relates to God moving and motivating His people to lay the historical background for Christ’s death on the Cross.

Soup supper planned The Missions Committee of St. John’s Church of Millersburg will hold its annual soup supper on Tuesday, Nov. 13, from 4:30-7 p.m. The menu consists of a variety of soups, salad, rolls, cheese and pie. Cost is by donation with proceeds to support the Missions Committee. Carry-outs will be available. St. John’s is at 8670 State Route 39, west of Millersburg.

Revival meetings planned

Crafters needed Crafters are needed for Christmas Craft Show to be held on Saturday, Dec. 1, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., at St. John’s Church in Millersburg. Please contact Sue Dye at 330-3783321 for the information packet on setting up your crafts.

Join trip to Israel Pastor Bob Fetterhoff of the Wooster Grace Brethren Church will be leading a tour of Israel and Jordan. Call 330-264-9459, Ext. 220. The 12-day trip features firstclass hotels, round-trip airfare, two daily meals and admissions to sites like the Temple Mount, Garden Tomb, Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Petra, Masada, a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee and more. The price is $4,895 per person based on double occupancy from Cleveland including taxes and tips. Call 330-264-9459, Ext. 220, or email

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Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Are you hungry for spiritual Thrift Store has recently opened food? Be refreshed and filled, by at 7703-B state Route 241, just the work and power of the Holy west of Mount Hope. All proceeds will go to supSpirit Nov. 14-17 at 7 p.m. nightly at Living Hope Outreach, 381 S. port the Ohio Wilderness Boys Mad Anthony St. (non-denomi- Camp. Donations can be taken national). There will be services to the store or dropped off at of testimony, praise and a mes- Ray Shaum’s located at 2678 S. sage from God’s word each eve- Kohler Road, Orrville. Call 330ning. Worship music will be by 857-5516 or 330-464-1261 for more information. Latter Rain from Lancaster, Pa.

Community briefs New arrivals

18 1⁄2 inches long. He joins a brother, Logan, and a sister, Morgan. A GIRL, Lilyan Dawn Slater, was born Grandparents are Tom and Valerie a.m.-noon; Tuesday and Oct. 22 at Wooster Community Hospital Thompson of Wooster, Denny Smith of Thursday, 4-8 p.m.; Satur- to Chyanne Bailey and Codey Slater Ashland and Linda Chatlain of Crestline. of Creston. She weighed 7 pounds, 6.8 Great-grandparents are Jean Thompson day 10 a.m.-noon. of Loudonville, Art and Janet Maibach of — Gray Ridge Church, ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Rebecca Bailey, Creston and Bob and Sue Reidenbach of 7489 Township Road 103, Millersburg, (800-353- Thomas Slater, both of Creston, Dan- Loudonville. 5949); Nov. 12-19 — Mon- iel and Robin Bailey of Sullivan and day, Wednesday, Friday, 5-8 Christine Steger of Millersburg. GreatWalnut Creek artist p.m.; Tuesday and Thurs- grandparents are Bill and Ruth Slater of Rittman, Barb Cruise and Jerry Bailey. day, 9 a.m.-noon; Saturday, to be featured in Ohio noon-3 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m.A GIRL, Isabella Hope, was born Sept. watercolor exhibit 1 p.m. and Nov. 19, 9-10 a.m. Local watercolor artist, Rob VanNatta — United Dayspring 28 at Wooster Community Hospital to Church, 5641 Township Haley and Chad Strause of Millersburg. of Walnut Creek, has had a watermedia Road 362, Berlin; Nov. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was painting selected for the 2012 35th annual Juried Ohio Watercolor Society Exhi12-19 — Mondays, Nov. 19 inches long. Grandparents are Becky Kauf of bition, “Watercolor Ohio 2012,” at the 12 and 19, 9-11 a.m.; Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 7-9 Wooster, Dale Kauf of Apple Creek and Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery of Art, p.m.; Wednesday, 2-4 p.m.; Cathy and Greg Strause of Glenmont. 77 S. High St. The exhibition will open on Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon; Great-grandparents are Sheila and Denny Thursday and run through Jan. 13. Phillips, Wilmer Strause, all of MillersSponsored by the Ohio Watercolor Sunday, noon-2 p.m. Additional local collec- burg, and Don and Barb Kauf of Wooster. Society, Inc., a non-profit fine arts organization, this highly competitive juried tion sites can be found A BOY, Ethan Thomas, was born Oct. show annually attracted 234 entries and using the online ZIP Code locator at www. 19 to Steve and Kelly Smith of Ashland. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and was See Pg. 15 — COMMUNITY

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A new puppy is a delight, until we try to get him to obey our orders! If we can’t teach him to listen, he might run away and get hurt. A well loved puppy, however, is slowly and patiently trained, until he almost always obeys and is mostly safe. Could God feel the same way about us? We can live our lives according to His Word and surely we are safer and happier when we do so. He also gave us free will, and our human nature seems to often lead us astray; yet, we are well loved by God and He will never give up on us. Worship God this week and train in His Word. Photo Credit: ©istockphoto.Dorottya_Mathe

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MILLERSBURG OIL, INC. Ashland Oil Bulk Plant Randy Wengerd, Rian Wengerd, Agents Co. Rd. 623 - Millersburg Phone 674-2096 • 674-6826


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Complete Building Center 893-2251 • 1-800-362-6682


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Country Mart

“All Your Grocery Needs” 330-674-9775

The Pizza Shop

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PHONE: 330-893-2057

HEINI’S PLACE CHEESE HOUSE & Country mall 330-893-2131


New & Used Tires Rotation & Repair Brake Service • Batteries

330-674-0025 450 Railroad St. • Millersburg

Electrical contractors for all of your commercial and residential needs!!

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READY MIX CEMENT 5420 Co. Rd. 349 Call Collect 330-674-0865

Monument Sales 212 Jones St., P.O. Box 501 Shreve, Ohio 44676 (330) 567-2291 No job is too big or too small

Gazebos • Patio Furniture Pergolas • Arbors • Bridges 5029 Somerset Rd., Berlin Ohio, 44610

Buyer Of Standing Trees - Logs 13720 St. Rt. 62, Killbuck Ph. 276-5911


Since 1988 “Full Service Christian Bookstore” 4925 West Main St., Berlin * 330-893-2523



MILLER, MAST, MASON & BOWLING, LTD Attorneys at Law 88 S. Monroe Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 330-674-7070

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urthmann Restaurant “Where the Locals Eat” Open Daily 5:30am-8pm; Closed Sunday Daily Specials - Homemade Pie 4819 E. Main St. • Berlin • 330-893-3287

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MILLER OVERHEAD DOORS, INC. Garage Doors & Operators

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Trail View Plaza LTD 42 North Grant Street, Millersburg

330-852-3600 * 330-674-5533 2465 SR 39 Between Sugarcreek & Berlin or 1492 S. Washington, Millersburg

Dick’s Plumbing 330-674-1424


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Ashland Farm Tour Highlights

Restored Polk Mill & Elevator, a stop on the Sept. 29-30 Ashalnd County Farm Tour, was built in 1879-80 as a steam powered flour mill. This is the second mill to occupy the site and is of post and beam construction.

Don and Unie Kettering raise hay, corn, soybeans and wheat at Katotawa Valley Farms near Ashland. They started growing wine grapes in 2001 and now have a 3-acre crop. Windy Knoll Farms LLC is comprised of 121-acres with accommodations for as many as 200 horses. They offer everything for the equestrian.


Youngsters pay a visit to a friendly alpaca at Shooting Star Alpaca Farm LLC near Sullivan. The farm was one of the stops on the Ashland Farm Tour.


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Barbara Lang photos

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A Boer goat at Hoofprint Farm looks ready to greet visitors who stop by as part of the Ashland Farm Tour.

In addition to raising hogs, goats, beef and chickens, crops are an important part of business at Hoofprint Farm.

New items arriving daily

Fall Country Gospel Celebration is Saturday

vant’s Heart will do a tribute to Johnny Schrock and an addition to the concert is Liberated, from Mount Hope with Southern Gospel style music. Brand new to the show The seventh annual Fall this year is 39 West, with Country Gospel Music lead singer Paul Malanga Celebration will be held from Burbank. Malanga on Saturday, Nov. 3, at is a worship leader at Berlin Christian Fellow- his home church and has ship Church starting at 6 been singing his whole life. Local musicians in p.m. There is a long list of the band include Bob great entertainers fea- Kraus, Don VanFossen turing Marlin and Lau- and Aden Miller who said rel Wagler from Indiana “We do traditional gospel who do a country-style and country music such as of Gospel with a lot of ‘Ring of Fire.’” There is no admission down-home family type fee but a freewill offering of songs. Also performing will be will be taken to help supDave and Lee Swartzen- port this annual event. Berlin Christian Fellowtruber who are continuing the local tradition of ship is at 5382 County good, two-part harmony. Road 201, 1 mile west Floyd Mullet with Ser- of Berlin, just off state


ENTERTAINMENT Calendar Of Events Helping Hands Quilt Shop Classes Single Irish Chain for beginners Instructor - Iva Yoder $20/class plus supplies (330) 893-2233 to sign up Berlin, OH

Nov. 3-4: Christmas Open House at The Pine Tree Barn 4374 Shreve Rd., Wooster (330) 264-1014 Nov. 4-10: Beachy’s Restaurant 25th Anniversary New Sale Items Weekly See ad for details Nov. 6:

Charm Fabric & Clothing Hosting Mother/Daughter Breakfast 8-11 a.m. 4456 SR 557, Charm, OH

Do you love Christmas and all of the trimmings? Do you like hand-made items, but aren’t sure you are artistic enough? Join Deck Your Halls, where you will be able to make your own Christmas items Grange serving the help of experiup corn supper on with enced crafters, all for the benefit of Camp Buckeye Nov. 10 in Beach City. A corn supper will be Deck Your Halls will held at the Valley Colbe Nov. 15 from 9 a.m.lege Grange, 2411 Shreve noon with registration Road, Wooster, on Nov. beginning at 8:30 a.m. 10, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Grange The cover charge, $10 recipe sausage, fried prepaid by Nov. 12 or $12 mush, corn pancakes, at the door, includes bevhominy, applesauce, relerages, snack and lunch. ishes and beverages will Participants can choose be served. The cost is $6 from a variety of craft for adults and free for projects. For a complete ages 5 and younger. list of projects check out Proceeds are used to the website at www.campsupport the Grange’s community service projAll proceeds from Deck ects such as the Ohio Your Halls benefit the School for the Deaf. For summer ministry to area more information call children who would oth330-264-9677. erwise not be able to attend a week of camp. Concert tickets Call 330-756-2380 or available at Gospel e-mail to register. PreBook Store registration is required. Tickets are on sale now The website is www. for the Gospel Book Store fall concerts at Fisher Auditorium, OARDC, 1680 Warsaw Lions Madison Ave., Wooster. On Saturday, Nov. 10 at Club presents 7 p.m., the Booth Brothers Minstrel Show will be in concert. Warsaw Li.ons Club will All tickets are $19 in advance or $23 at the door. present its 55th annual

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Minstrel Show, “It’s A Matter Of Time,” at River View High School Nov. 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 18, at 2:30 p.m. Admission is a donation of $9 Friday and Saturday and $8 donation Sunday. River View Park Board will serve dinner from 5-7 p.m. Friday and Saturday; noon to 2 p.m. on Sunday. All seats reserved. For tickets call 740-622-5031, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 4-6 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday.

Baltic Area Historical Society The Baltic Area Historical Society Museum will be open 1-5 p.m. on the third Sunday of each month. It is located in the basement of the Baltic State Bank.

Hike the trails

Discover your favorite The Wilderness Center trails and earn rewards. Complete all six Wilderness Center Headquarters tract trails anytime throughout the year and earn your carved hiking staff and-or Tis the Season pin for each year. $12-member; $14-nonmember for to offer free staff with pin. $7 for pin only. holiday events Visit www.wildernesscenter. Tis the Season, 4363 org for more information. The Wilderness Center is state Route 36, will play host to several upcom- a nonprofit nature center ing holiday events, located at 9877 Alabama open to the community Ave. S.W., one mile west of Wilmot, just north of U.S. and free of charge. They are: Nov. 17, 2-7 Route 250. The center is dedicated to p.m., German glass blower Mario Hausdorfer; connecting our community Dec. 1, Christmas Down with nature, educating people on the Farm, featuring of all ages, conserving natufamily-friendly activities ral resources and practicing including sleigh rides, environmental stewardship. The Center derives its gingerbread house decorating, live Nativity and support from memberships Santa; and Dec. 8, 3-7 and donations. It is not a p.m., Karoline Steinbach government agency and is signing her family line of not supported by taxes. nutcrackers.

Euchre Party Public Euchre Card Party, Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 7 p.m., at St. Luke Community Center, Rambo Street, Danville, Ohio (turn west at traffic light, go one-half block, directly across street from Danville High School). Admission is $1; prizes and refreshments. There will be no euchre party in December.

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Billy Jacobs Signing Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market Check Facebook for special sales

Killbuck United Methodist Church, 410 N. Main St., will be holding its yearly holiday bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 10 a.m.2 p.m. There will be baked goods, a Chinese auction, crafts, soup and good food.

Deck Your Halls to benefit Camp Buckeye

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Nov. 8-10: Holiday Open House Amish Country Peddler/Home Spun Treasures 20% off 1st day - 10% off 2nd & 3rd day Call for hours (330) 893-2701 plus supplies Nov. 9:

Killbuck Church to hold holiday bazaar

Cost for ages 3-12 is $10. Contact the Gospel Book Store by calling 330-8932523 or at P.O. Box 320, Berlin OH 44610.

Sat., Nov. 10th 8:30 ~ 3:00

Zion Church Annex Building, Winesburg

1 mile West of Mt. Hope

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Bedtime guidelines drive man back to the cave My bedtime migration to the living room was far less dramatic than that of most men. It wasn’t the result of a lovers’ tiff, late-night impasse or other such bedroom banishment. Nor was my exodus from the quarters of the Queen indicative of a slow erosion of relationship. To put it most simply, one night last summer I fell peacefully, comfortably and wonderfully asleep in my lounger and I’ve been there ever since! I’m not missing much. Sleeping with Kristin has never really been all that wonderful anyhow. She has all of these “rules” and if you break one, you’re destined to fall asleep with a sheet covering one leg while the other dangles from “your” side of the bed. Even a minor infraction will leave your bottom to act as the ballast that keeps you from falling off the razor-thin sliver of mattress you’ve been allotted. When she reads this, she is sure to snort, “They’re not really ‘rules,’ John; they’re more like strongly-suggested guidelines.”

These guidelines are largely territorial in nature. My wife feels that she is entitled to a very specific amount of space in bed. Never strong in the math department, Kristin defines her “half” of the bed as the width of her body, plus a foot or so on each side. The balance of the mattress (the approximate width of one butt-cheek) belongs to me! In a recent defense of her bed-hogging ways she claimed to be “premenopausal” and therefore required the extra space to modulate her body temperature. “Hmmm, pre-menopausal,” I said gripping my chin thoughtfully. “I think you might be on to something there.” “Really?” she chirped. “As a matter of fact, I’d say it’s undeniable!”

“How do you know?” she asked, her eyes widening. “Simple: Any woman who has not yet reached menopause is by definition ‘pre’ menopausal. You’ve been pre-menopausal since the day you were born!” Kristin’s “temperature modulation” seemed to prove particularly troublesome during the summer and was fraught with episodes of blanket-piling and blanket-flinging. I felt like a magician’s rabbit at an all-night rehearsal. Cape on, cape off. Now you see him, now you don’t! Finally, I simply disappeared! I’ve found life on the La-Z-Boy to be quiet, comfortable and supremely restful. Here there are no guidelines. I can add or subtract blankets at will. I can leave my reading light on as long as I like. I can drink beer, eat pretzels and pile both my dogs onto my lap. Best of all, I can eat up as much real estate as I like and no one says a word, although the dogs can get a little fidgety if they get too near the

edge. They are, after all, both female and most certainly, by Kristin’s definition, prone to the tormenting symptoms of pre-menopause. With the arrival of chilly nights in the past few weeks I’ve enjoyed the added bonus of drifting

off to dreamland before a roaring fire in the hearth with nary a blanket as long as the dogs are positioned properly across my legs. On a recent evening, as Kristin departed the fireside for her distant and chilly sleeping quarters, I

sensed a wee bit of envy and took the opportunity to extoll the virtues of sleeping in what I’ve come to call my “caveman configuration.” “Sorry, Honey,” I said. “It would never work for you. What you see here is a guideline-free zone!”

Native American Pre-historic exhibit on display in Coshocton Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Coshocton is pleased to present the special exhibit, Traces of Time, Traces of Glory: Native American Prehistoric Tools & Points. This exhibit features hundreds of artifacts found in Coshocton and adjacent counties, from blades, points and drills to axes, bannerstones and celts. The exhibit will be on display through Dec. 30. It is always a thrill to discover remnants of cultures past. Although landowners, farmers and excavators unearth these beautifully crafted tools while working, most are found by amateur archaeologists who doggedly walk newly plowed fields or poke around flint outcroppings. Most often these artifacts find their home in private collections, the source of the museum’s exhibit. Portions of two such private collections, donated to the museum in the 1980s, will be included in the exhibit. Doctors Norman L. Wright and W. R. Agri-

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Traces of Time, Traces of Glory: Native American Pre-historic Tools & Points exhibit features hundreds of artifacts found in Coshocton and adjacent counties, from blades, points and drills to axes, bannerstones and celts. The exhibit will be open through Dec. 31 at Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Coshocton. cola, local physicians now deceased, collected with passion and scientific exactitude. They had accumulated

enough material culture and data for a lifetime of study. Subsequently, as museum property, their artifacts have been

examined by professional archaeologists, contributing to our understanding of Ohio’s prehistory.

The earliest human culture that has been discovered in Ohio so far is the Clovis culture (9500 to 8000 B.C.) Hunters and gatherers were drawn to places like Coshocton County because of navigable rivers and ample flora and fauna. But even more specifically, the Paleoindians found Coshocton’s flint of the highest quality for their tools. According to the Ohio Historical Society, their favorite flint was the Upper Mercer flint from Coshocton County and Flint Ridge flint from Licking County. Simply put, east central Ohio provided just the right resources to sustain human flourishing for thousands of years. A number of adult and children’s programs will be offered in connection with this exhibit. On Nov. 5, 7 p.m., Dr. Bradley T. Lepper, curator of Archaeology for the Ohio Historical Society, will give an overview of Ohio’s prehistory. The public is invited

to take in an archaeological find on Nov. 17, 4 p.m., for a program on artifact identification and flint knapping. Bill Pickard, assistant curator and collections specialist with the Ohio Historical Society, will identify artifacts. He plans to take along a flint knapper to demonstrate the techniques. Sponsors for Traces of Time, Traces of Glory are Organic Technologies and Three River Therapies. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this program with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St. in Roscoe Village, Coshocton. Winter hours, 1-4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, begin in November. For more information contact JHM at 740-622-8710 or email jhmuseum@jhmuseum. org.

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Markets DANVILLE AUCTION 15780 Body Road Danville

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Oct. 20 Sale Results

HAY — 1st cutting grass 5.25 bale, 2nd cutting mixed 185 ton, 4th cutting mixed 7.75 bale; firewood 20-80 load. GOATS — Does 35-400, doe w/kid 130, bucks 25-325, wethers 30-165. SHEEP — Rams 20-125, ewes 40-115, wethers 70-95. CALVES — Bulls 30-240, heifers 175-325. PIGS — Sows 175, young pigs 35-45. Rabbits .50-14, poultry 1-4, ducks 2, turkeys 22, pigeons 2-3. Next Regular Auction Nov. 3 SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Oct. 22 106 CALVES — Choice calves 110-140, good calves 75-105, light & thins 35 down; back to farm bulls 75-140; heifers 75-175; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 100-150, heifers 80-145. 176 CATTLE — Choice steers 115-121.50, good steers 100-104, Holstein

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The pasture measurement for the week beginning Sunday, Oct. 21: — Number of fields reporting: 12 Pounds of dry matter per acre per day: — Minimum Growth: 0 — Maximum Growth: 62 — Average Growth: 23 Seven-year average for week: 23

steers 80-105.50, choice heifers, 114-119.50, good heifers 100-113.50, good Holstein cows 65-78, yellows and thins 60-down, bulls 80-90.50. 117 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 825, top pony 275. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic Oct. 23 52 CALVES — Good to choice calves 100-110, medium to good calves 90-100, fair to medium calves 75-90, commons and lights 75-down, cross bred calves 87-down, back to farm, bull calves 110-132.50, back to farm, heifer calves 90-105. 12 PIGS — 70 lbs.-up 50-92. 4 SHEEP/LAMBS — Feeder lambs 125-140, sheep for slaughter 57-65. 5 GOATS — Per cwt. 57-140. 75 BUTCHER HOGS — 210240 lbs. 58-59, 260 lbs.-up 58-7564, butcher sows 58-50-down. 52 CATTLE — Holstein steers 89, Holstein heifers 84-91,

bulls 82.50-88.25, good beef cows 77-80, medium to good cows 70-77, fair to medium cows 62-70, common cows 62-down. 6 FEEDER CATTLE — Steer & bulls 140-down, heifers 130-down. 206 TOTAL HEAD. 15 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 320, 2nd and 3rd cutting 325-400, big rd. bales 75-125, wheat straw per ton 210, corn fodder 45; firewood per ton 45-55. MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Oct. 24 20 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 59-64, 250-275 lbs. 58, light sows 43; 17 FEEDER PIGS, 50-60 lbs. 30-55. 29 CATTLE — Choice steers 115-121, good steers 105-115, heifers 105-130, choice Holstein steers 98-105.50, good Holstein steers, 90-105. 8 BULLS — Jersey bulls 84.50, 1,000-1,500 lbs. 95-110, 1,5002,000 lbs. 75-95, 2,000 lbs-up 85. 65 CULL COWS — Good 70-82.50, medium-good 65-70, fair-medium 60-65, light-thin

60-down; 54 FEEDERS, steers 85-130, heifers 60-80. 9 DAIRY — Bred heifers 1,435-down. 142 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 90-125, good 60-90, common 60-down, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 70-140. 165 GOATS — Kid 150-down, billies 190-down, nannies 165down, wethers 340-down. 798 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 40-70, lambs 40-60 lbs. 130-145, 60-80 lbs. 110-130, 80-100 lbs. 100-120, 100-130 lbs. 100-110, 130 lbs.-up 100. TOTAL HEAD — 1,307. 50 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 285-425, 3rd and 4th cutting 385-450, mixed 1st cutting 250385, mixed 2nd cutting 200-410, lg. bales hay 45-95, lg bales hay 125-435 ton, wheat straw 260425, lg. bales straw 175 ton, ear corn 250-260, firewood 50. 821 DOZEN EGGS — White 1.40; brown 1.60-2.10. KIDRON AUCTION Oct. 25 44 HOGS — 210-230 lbs. 64-67, 230-260 lbs. 59-70.50, butcher

Turkey Trot to benefit Lakeville Elementary By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer With the indulgent holiday season approaching, the community is invited to participate in the Lakeville Elementary School third annual Turkey Trot on Saturday. Participants can choose one of three race distances: The kid’s run, the one mile and the 5k. “(The 5k) is a tough course,” said Lakeville

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physical education teacher and event organizer Megan Stryker, describing the route as a cross country course that winds through the trails, fields and forest behind the rural elementary school. Registration begins at 9 a.m., with the Kid’s Run at 9:30 a.m., the mile at 9:40 a.m. and the 5k at 10 a.m. The proceeds from the event directly benefit the students of Lakeville Elementary. In the first two years, the funds raised were used to purchase wall mats for the gym. “We have a fully matted gym now, and this year we are going to purchase heart monitors,” said Stryker. The students will take turns wearing the monitors during gym class. The fifth-grade class was given a choice of what to

purchase with the Turkey Trot funds. So far, 75-90 runners have registered for all three events — many of those being students. In fact, even more students than usual are participating in the event because of irresistible incentives offered by their teachers. At West Holmes Middle School, Vice Principal Rick Mullins challenged his students, promising milkshakes to any middle school runner who beats him. At Lakeville, Stryker made the same deal with her students, offering a pizza party in the gym to any participant who out-races her. “That definitely increased their motivation,” said Stryker. Trophies featuring a running turkey will be awarded to the top male and

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sows 38-48, boars by weight 26. 407 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 7.50-20, 41-50 lbs. 18-23, 51-60 lbs. 17.50-25, 61 lbs.-up 25-46, bred sows and gilts 125170, service boars 105-110, roasters 52.50-77.50. 69 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 90-130, light & thin 82.50down. 95 CATTLE — Heifers 72-97.50, bulls 80.50-92, good beef cows 70-78.50, medium to good 64.50-70, thin to poor 60-down; feeder steers 75-135, heifers 73-75. 2 SHEEP — Cull ewes and bucks 55. 22 GOATS — 30-130. 215 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,360-down, bred heifers 1,535-down, service bulls 3001,085, open heifers 435-960. TOTAL HEAD 854; Consignors 170. 36 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 280-420, 2nd cutting 280-400, 3rd cutting 300-400, lg. bales 35-120 each and 185-200 ton, straw 170-185 ton; corn per bushel 3.50-3.75, oats per cwt. 3.75-4.00, ; firewood 40-45 load.

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Holmes County bookmobile Monday — South Mount Hope School, 12:30-1 p.m.; Mount Hope Elementary, Kindergarten, 1:05-1:30 p.m.; Winesburg public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — J. Barkman, Township Road 176, 1-1:30 p.m.; Crist Troyer Jr., Township Road 178, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Hersh-

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female overall 5k finishers, as well as to second and third place finishers. In the 1-mile run, the top three male and female finishers will receive medals. Participants will receive T-shirts subject to availability. To register, forms are available at Lakeville Elementary or at Kinetics in Millersburg, or by emailing Stryker at whol_ Filled out registration forms may be dropped off at the school or on race day. The deadline to register is a half-hour before race time. Day of registration is $30 for the 5K, $25 for the one mile run and $10 for the kid’s run.

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Berlin to celebrate 29th Christmas Open House make fresh coffee. As preparations are being made for the 29th Christmas Open House, Lamp notes “times have changed over the years, products have changed, personnel has changed, but one thing has not changed, and that is our wish to celebrate Christmas for the right reason! That is to remember the birth of our Saviour!” The staff of Country Craft Cupboard wants to continue serving its customers to the best of its ability by providing quality craft supplies and wonderful ideas to inspire people to create their own handmade gifts, she said. As always, the shop is full of ideas to make those gifts “by your hands and from your heart,” Lamp said. “We also have ideas for holiday decor and much more.” Stamps to create Christ-

mas cards are located in when you aren’t sure of Berlin as a few shops the day, or several days! the lower level, as well as just what he or she needs! celebrating with a Christ- Enjoy what Berlin has to counted cross stitch and (And yes, men do craft!) mas Open House, is now offer for the beginning of punch needle designs for What began here in spreading, so come spend the Holiday Season.’ the holidays. Turn seasoned sweatshirts into something new with original pattern designs. The store also carries new shirts in hardto-find colors and styles! The wool room is filled with bolts of 100 percent wool and cupboards full of hand-dyed wools in beautiful colors, just ready for penny rugs, COMING hooked rugs, or all wool applique’ needs. WEDNESDAY On Friday, Nov. 9, hours NOV 7TH will be extended hours from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. to give visitors plenty of time to sign up for prizes and sample yummy homemade cookies. Saturday hours will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Both days all in-stock merchandise will be 20 percent off. Gift cards are available 8AM With FREE Coffee and Cookies. for that special someone,

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Immunization clinics Holmes County Health Department offers children’s immunization clinics at various sites throughout Holmes County on a monthly basis. Immunizations are offered to anyone 0-18 years of age at no cost. Medicaid cards and donations are accepted. A parent or guardian must accompany children — another adult may take the child with written permission from the parent. Take a copy of the child’s immunization record. Below are the scheduled clinics: — Holmes County Health Department, 931 Wooster Road, Millersburg, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4:30

p.m. (Health Clinic only, closed first and third Wednesday afternoons of each month. All others are open.) — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Walnut Creek, Tuesday, Nov. 13 and 27, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — St. John’s Lutheran Church, 8084 State Route 241, Mount Hope, Wednesday, Nov. 7 and 21, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 8:3011:30 a.m. Please bring your immunization record. If a child has had immunizations, no shots will be given without the parents’ record.

Schedule Food Market, 3-6 p.m. Thursday — Sharp Run berger Hardware, 2:45-4 School, 9-9:45 a.m.; Flat p.m.; Charm Public, 5-7 p.m. Ridge Elementary, 10 Wednesday — Dan a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Meadow E. Raber, County Road Valley School, 1-1:30 p.m.; 349, 9:15-10 a.m.; Andy Abe Yoder Jr., Township Miller, Township Road Road 355, 2:30-3:30 p.m.; 472, 10:30-11:15 a.m.; Joe Killbuck public, 3-6 p.m. Yoder, County Road 373, Friday — Mount Hope 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Syc- Elementary, 9 a.m.-1:30 amore Run, 1-2 p.m.; Roy p.m.; South Dublin School, Keim’s, County Road 75, 1:45-2:45 p.m.; West Mount 1:30-2:45 p.m.; Nature’s Hope Scool, 3-3:45 p.m. (Continued From Page 10)

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passion was, and already is at the top of his game — and profession. The Apple Creek native started working after school for Jerry Mullet at Insight Archery where he was able to put his interests in bows, hunting, and competition shooting to good use. Now five years later, Hershberger is in charge of research and development at Mullet’s other business, America’s Best Bowstrings, and he’s also a world champion. “I’m like a kid in a candy store,” said Hershberger. “I can’t complain.” It all began because Hershberger, at age 16, wanted to learn how to work on bows. “I started out working for Jerry after school, then when I was 17, I worked in the summer for him,” Hershberger said. “Things just happened, and I fell into the role.” Mullet knew from the beginning that Hersh-

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Joseph Hershberger gets in a little practice at Insight Archery and America’s Best Bowstrings in Walnut Creek. The 21-year-old Apple Creek resident, who is in charge of research and development for ABB, recently won the IBO world championship in the male bowhunter open class in Seven Springs, Pa. berger was meant to be in the archery profession. “Joe is a very talented

individual,” said Mullet. “He’s determined. He loves to win and hates to lose. Yes, I saw something early on in his shooting ability and his work ethic. He has a desire to improve and get better.” So good, he quickly became the top archer in the 24-staff business of shooting buffs. This past August, Hershberger won the International Bow Organization’s World Championship in Seven Springs, Pa. “It’s the cat’s meow of all the shoots,” said Hershberger, who won the male bowhunter open class, just one step below the professional level. “You actually have to qualify to even shoot in the world championships.” However, Hershberger may never have developed into a world-class archer had it not been for Mullet. “When he first came into the store he was shooting a bow 3 inches too long for him and he was shooting right-handed,” said Mullet. “We set him up with the right bow and made him a

lefty because he’s left-eye dominant. From there, he took off.” Mullet knew Hershberger was a person he wanted working for him, and “playing the game,” of archery. “I’ve seen Joe mature as a person and hopefully we were a part of that,” said Mullet. Each year, Hershberger has progressed on the competition circuit, culminating with this summer’s IBO world title The male bowhunter class he won consists of 40 3D targets at unknown distances. After all the shooters complete the course, the field is narrowed to the top five scorers, who then shoot an additional 10 targets. “I was second going into that last day,” said Hershberger. “I caught the leader on the third or fourth target, and once I got the lead, I was really calm.” As well as confident, a trait that Hershberger certainly doesn’t lack in. His final score was 499 (out of 550) with 13 X’s, earning him “a big check,” See Pg. 13 — TITLE

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(Continued From Page 12) The Lenape Trails Sportsmen’s Club in Mount Eaton will hold protector trap shoots on Friday nights start- a world champion belt buckle and a plaque. Nick ing at 6:30 p.m. Shoots are schedule for Nov. 2, 16, 30 Enmart, of Greencastle, Pa., was second with a 495. and Dec. 14 and 28. Call 330-695-9826 for information. Working at Insight Archery and America’s Best Bowstrings allows Hershberger the opportunity to stay sharp as he has an archery range in the building Mobility impaired deer hunt that he can use at any time. He says he shoots at least The Wayne County Izaak Walton League is sponsor- three times a week throughout the year, and every day ing its 12th mobility impaired (wheelchair) deer hunt. for 3-4 hours leading up to big shoots. This hunt allows permanently or temporarily dis“Practice,” said Hershberger when asked the key to abled hunters an opportunity to hunt during the deer being a good archer. “You’ve got to get into a rhythm gun season 2012. Hunting experience is not required and you’ve got to have muscles built up for it. but a valid license is required of each hunter. “And,” he continued, “you need to know your yardThe mobility impaired hunt is scheduled for Monday, age. You need to know what the wind is doing and Nov. 26 and will run as many days as needed to give you’ve got to know your angles. You need to add or the each participating hunter two days in the deer subtract depending on if it’s an uphill or downhill blind. Applicants are currently being accepted with shot.” the deadline for application Nov. 10. There will be a Hershberger, of course, shoots America’s Best Bowhunter orientation on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. strings on a PSE Supra bow. He uses Gold Tip 22 This orientation will allow hunters to view the blinds arrows, and his custom bow includes all the bells and and become familiar with the club grounds before whistles allowed for his class, and is a set up with a their time to hunt. Please call Roger Schrader at 330- short draw at 60 pounds. 263-6432 for an application. And even though he’s now a world champion at the young age of 21, Hershberger says competition shooting is not his first love. Fall shoots “If you’d ask me if I’d rather be a bow hunter or Fall shoots at the Shreve Farmers Sportsman Club competition archer, I’d pick bow hunter,” said Hershwill be held every Sunday from now through Nov. berger. “I just love hunting.” 11. All shoots start at noon with sign-up starting around 11:30 a.m. The club shoots both shot and slug. Win turkey, bacon, beef patties, beef Free roast, special shoots for Coffee meat for two weeks and 1/2-smoked hams. Every Day

Fin, Feather, Fur Outfitters in Ashland is sponsoring a Big Coon contest at its Ashland store only on Nov. 11. Registration is at the Ashland store on or before Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. Weigh-in will be 10 a.m.-noon on Nov. 11. The heaviest boar and heaviest sow will both receive Tri-Tronics NiteRazors.

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Last year he arrowed an antelope on a Wyoming hunt, and spends as much time as possible chasing whitetails in and around Ohio. He’s yet to get the big buck of a lifetime, and currently counts an 11-pointer in the 140 range as his top trophy. So, what’s the future hold for Hershberger? “In 20 years hopefully I’m shooting professional archery, and hunting a bunch,” he said. Hershberger has made good on his dreams so far, so there’s no reason to doubt he’ll continue to live them out.




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at 8 p.m. with chance to win West Holmes season pass for family with concessions, West Holmes apparel and $50 gas card; a 32-inch HDTV and $100 in cash. Silent auction from 5-7 p.m. There will also be games for the children. Call Lakeville School, 419827-2006 with questions.

The next open meeting of the Holmes County Humane Society is Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at the New Life Center in Millersburg (former Grocery Bag). There will be election of officers. New Fish fry is Nov. 10 and prospective members American Legion Post welcome. For more information, call 330-377-4026. 494, of Sugarcreek, will hold its final family fish fry of the fall season, on Lakeville Saturday, Nov. 10. The fish fry will be held at the Post Elementary to Home on North Broadway hold hog roast Street in Sugarcreek. The Lakeville Elementary all-you-can eat event runs fall hog roast will be Fri- from 4-7 p.m. or until the day, Nov. 9, from 5-8 p.m. food is gone. Everyone is Pulled pork sandwich welcome.” menu includes sandwich, potatoes, coleslaw, baked Senior Citizen beans, dessert and beverage for $8. A la carte pric- Thanksgiving ing, plus hot dogs also Luncheon is Nov. 10 available. Raffle drawing Garaway Lions and

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Sugarcreek Lioness Clubs will hold the annual Senior Citizen Thanksgiving Luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 10 at noon at Sugarcreek First United Church of Christ. For reservations call Margaret Stocker at 330852-2352 or Lucille Troyer at 330-852-2538 by Monday, Nov. 5.

A corn supper will be held at the Valley College Grange, 2411 Shreve Road, Wooster, on Nov. 10, 11 a.m.7 p.m. Grange recipe sausage, fried mush, corn pancakes, hominy, applesauce, relishes and beverages will be Election Night served. The cost is $6 for adults and free for dinner will be at ages 5 and younger. First Presbyterian Proceeds are used to A ham loaf dinner, support the Grange’s including cheesy pota- community service projtoes, green beans and ects such as the Ohio desserts, will be held at School for the Deaf. For Millersburg First Pres- more information call byterian Church, 90 S. 330-264-9677. Clay St., on Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 4:30-6:30 Winesburg FD p.m. Carry-out or dine in; donations will be to hold pancake accepted and the money breakfast will be used to support Pancake and sausage the women’s missionary breakfast will be served projects.

Saturday, Nov. 10, from 6-11 a.m. at the Winesburg Fire Station. All you care to eat for a donation. Sponsored by Winesburg Fire Department Auxiliary.

Holmesville Legion to hold Veteran’s Day carry-in dinner The Holmesville American Legion will be holding a Veterans Day carryin dinner on Sunday, Nov. 11. The meal will begin at 12:30 p.m. Meat, drink and table service will be provided. The public is invited.

Public hearing is Nov. 12 for alley vacation A public hearing will be held by Millersburg Village Council on

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Briefs Public hearing for two alley vacations is Nov. 26

A benefit dinner and auction is scheduled your own Christmas items for Dec. 8 at American with the help of experiLegion Post No. 192 in enced crafters, all for the Millersburg for Matt benefit of Camp Buckeye Miller. Miller has lived in Beach City. A public hearing will be his entire life with cystic Deck Your Halls will be held Monday, Nov. 26, at fibrosis. He will undergo Nov. 15 from 9 a.m.-noon 6:55 p.m. for Millersburg a double lung transplant with registration begin- Village Council to hear soon. Proceeds will assist ning at 8:30 a.m. The any comments on two the family with medicover charge, $10 prepaid proposed alley vacations, cal, travel and lodging by Nov. 12 or $12 at the located along the west expenses. door, includes beverages, boundary of Block 11 and Dinner will be served snack and lunch. Partici- Block 12 of the Pleasant from 4-6 p.m. Pork sandpants can choose from a View Glass Plant Addi- wiches, noodles, baked variety of craft projects. tion; and Block 10 of beans, scalloped potatoes For a complete list of the Pleasant View Glass and dessert will be availprojects check out the Plant Addition. able at a cost of $7 for website at www.campThe meeting will be at adults and $3 for children the village office, 6 N. ages 10 and younger. All proceeds from Washington St. WritThe auction will be held Deck Your Halls ben- ten comments will be from 6:30-9 p.m. with efit the summer minis- received at the office Auctioneer Roman Milltry to area children who until 3 p.m. on Nov. 23. er followed by DJ Cory would otherwise not be Manbock from 9 p.m.-1 able to attend a week a.m. December of camp. Auction items and Call 330-756-2380 or donations would be e-mail office@campbuckappreciated. Contact to register. Pre- Benefit is Patty at 330-231-4175 or registration is required. planned Dec. 8 Cindy at 330-276-0104 The website is www. for donation informafor Matt Miller tion. (Continued From Page 14)

author, and award-winning watercolorist. 65 have been chosen for A touring exhibition the exhibition. The show including all award winis juried by a nationally ners will tour the state recognized juror from out- following the conclusion side Ohio. This year’s juror of the full exhibition at of selection and awards is the Riffe Gallery of Art. Mark Mehaffey of MichiOver 600 Ohio artists are gan. Mehaffey is an inter- active or associate memnationally known teacher, bers of the Ohio Watercolor

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Sauerkraut supper Brody (front left), Tonya and Dakota Shull, Pastor James Pemberton (back left), Michael Shull, Sheila and Lynn Feikert, prepare for the pork and sauerkraut supper to be held Nov. 7, 4-7:30 p.m., at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Mount Hope. Cost is $8 for adults and $3.50 for children age 5-12. Kids 4 and younger are free. The menu will include homemade kraut, real mashed potatoes, gravy, pork, pickles, applesauce, rolls, pie and beverage. Carry-out available.

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Dutch Craft builds quality furniture from scratch By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer With goal of creating beautiful furniture at a great price while providing top quality customer care and satisfaction, Dutch Craft Furniture in Berlin offers a complete line of high quality hardwood furniture. “We really specialize here in custom specialty building,” said owner Gary Yoder. “For any product in here, a person can walk in and select different types of wood to have built in

with the different stain colors that we offer with any wood.” In the store’s spacious 10,000 square-foot showroom, bedroom, dining room and living room furniture is displayed in oak, cherry, maple, elm and quarter-sawn white oak in a wide variety of styles and finishes. “We try to set up a wide variety — dining room, bedroom, entertainment centers, office, the whole line — so customers can come in and see the differ-

ent options,” said Yoder. For those looking for something specific, Dutch Craft Furniture offers custom styling, and will even build something entirely new to fit the customer’s individual needs. “There are a lot of pieces that we sit down and draw up,” explained Yoder, noting that since every piece of furniture is locally made, complying with customers’ needs is simple. “Every item is built from scratch, so it’s not a big deal to

customize a piece of furniture.” Popular examples of this custom designed furniture includes wall units for living rooms, libraries and offices, or entryway cabinets. “Those are simply drawn up from scratch,” said Yoder. Other items include beautifully crafted tables, desks, shelves, coffee tables, beds, mattresses, benches, end tables, dressers, chests and much more. At Dutch Craft Furniture, sofas, chairs and other items

are built and upholstered right at the store with a wide variety of fabric and material options to choose from. “Our specialty is catering to people who want things built the way they want it,” said Yoder. “Customers value that they can come in here with a lot of flexibility and choices on how it's built.” Dutch Craft Furniture is located at 4774 U.S. 62 in Berlin. For more information, call 330-893-4041.

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Wade Park birthday party, Hilltop Villa Christmas party. Assessments and Members of Ripley Gar- the activity fund were den Club finalized plans paid. New member Janet for the county meeting Pennell was accepted when the met Sept. 24. New officers for 2012-14 into membership, makare: president, Jane Bilek; ing it now 24 paid. The vice president and pro- new Legion Commander gram chairwoman, Millie Roger Pennell discussed Casey; secretary, Dianna upcoming projects that Criss; and treasurer, Terry need the Auxiliary’s to help with. Americanism Moore. and Government tests will be given Nov. 7 at Shreve American 9 a.m. at Triway High to sophomores, Legion Auxiliary School juniors and seniors. State Shreve American winners receive a free trip Legion Forest Post No. to Washington, D.C. and 67 Auxiliary met Oct. 17 Gettysburg. at the post home for its The Veterans Day Dinmonthly meeting. Dona- ner will be Nov. 11 at 6 tions were given for the p.m. and is free, but bring

table service. Speakers will be the 2012 Boys and Girls Staters. All members are urged to attend. On Nov. 23 at 6 p.m. will be the annual Stag Rabbit supper. Tickets are available at the post home or from any member. The next blood drive will be Nov. 26 from 2-7 p.m. at the post. Wayne County Auxiliary Council will be Nov. 20 at Orrville Unit No. 282. The next meeting will be Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m.

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About 60 people attended the Holmes County Humane Society Open House held on Oct. 14. The event emphasized the need for volunteers, donations, foster homes and, of course, people to adopt the many dogs, cats, kittens and puppies waiting for caring homes. The next meeting of the Humane Society will be Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at the New Life Center in Millersburg. Board elections will take place. New and prospective members are welcome. For information, call 330-377-4026.

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they need to call Carol Mathews at 800-9454250, Ext. 4905. In-home assistance is also available to anyone who needs help with the HEAP application process and is unable to leave home in Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Harrison, Holmes, Jefferson, Muskingum and Tuscarawas counties.

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Batty for bats but not in time for interview Even in the aftermath of Halloween, when a few soggy decorations linger and pumpkins begin to rot, I can’t help but think about bats. And thinking about bats takes me back in time to the most stressful interview of my life. At first I was not asked about myself

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Clubs etables and watch your carbohydrates. Mary Burloser. Geneva Pringle was gett was the best weekly the best weekly re-dedi- re-dedicated loser. Lana cated loser. Tom Alexan- Rush was the best weekly der was the best weekly KOPS. Current contest KOPS. Eileen Lowe gave ends Nov. 14. a program on managing Geneva Pringle read an cravings and temptations. article entitled “Obesity Even though cravings is a National Disease.” are natural, learning to Since it was classified as stay away from situations a disease, insurance comthat trigger cravings is an panies allow payments important part of manag- for prevention exercise. ing weight. Geneva Prin- Obesity contributes to gle will have the program coronary arteries clognext week. ging, strokes, diabetes, Ten TOPS OH 1573 cancer and arthritis. Nashville members recit- After the program the ed the TOPS & KOPS entire club walked for 15 Pledges when TOPS OH minutes. 1573 met Oct. 24. The club The club meets each lost 3.2 pounds. Eileen Wednesday at the NashLowe was the best weekly ville United Methodist loser. She said to eat veg- Church at 5:45 p.m., fol(Continued From Page 17)

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Wide View Garden Club Wide View Garden Club met Oct. 17 at the Life Center in Millersburg, with flower show results discussed. Container projects for the 2013 Holmes County Fair were also talked about. An educational program on shrubs compiled by Anna Mae Shoemaker was presented. The Region 14 Fall Seminar will be held Nov. See Pg. 20 — CLUBS

Nina Butler and Owen Mellor of Killbuck came to get a look at Mitt Romney’s campaign bus when it rolled into Millersburg.

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A race like no other through Amish country By CATIE NOYES On Nov. 24, runners from across the country will embark on a marathon unlike any other. The Amish Country Half Marathon and 5k Race will take runners on winding country roads through the beautiful Amish countryside. Eli Hochstettler, owner of Gospel Book Store and President of the Berlin Merchants, expressed his excitement in finding the listing for the marathon in Runner’s World Magazine, the world’s leading running magazine. As a part of the Subway challenge series, Mark Fowler, marketing manager for Zinck’s Inn in Berlin, said this race will most surely be a challenge. Amish country is known for its winding roads and rather steep hillsides. Runners will face their steepest climb from mile marker nine through mile marker 13 as they climb a 482-foot slope. Fowler has been pleasantly surprised with how smoothly preparations for the race have been coming together. “So far 232 people have signed up from 14 different states,” said Fowler, at the Oct. 16 meeting of the Main Street Merchants. Not only do these states include Ohio and Pennsylvania, but also Florida,

Marathon map California, New York, Maine, Rhode Island and New York to name a few. Fowler expects to have well over 500 runners registered by the day of the race. As the race draws nearer, the entry fee for the race has slowly been increasing. Fowler has noticed that with each price hike he receives a significant number of sign-ups and most of them have fallen on a Sunday. The entry fees began at $20 and will increase up to $75 for runners who wish to sign up on race day. All sign-ups are done online at Proceeds from the race will benefit the Berlin Main Street Merchants

with 50 percent of earnings being donated to the East Holmes Fire Department. Recently, Fowler received news that the Amish Country marathon will be the only marathon taking place in the Midwest at this time. “It is a big event because it is the only half marathon in the Mid-west in November,” said Fowler. Running clubs have been in contact with Fowler looking for a fall marathon and have been directed his way. Runners will meet at Zinck’s Inn on Friday, Nov. 23 to pick up their racing packets and meet with sponsors during the expo from noon to 4 p.m. At 9 a.m. Saturday morn-

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The Amish Country Half Marathon and 5k Race will take runners on winding country roads through the beautiful Amish countryside. ing, runners will take their marks at the starting line on Township Highway 367 and it’s all up hill and down from there. “I think the one thing Holmes County has been able to prove is that when we do an event we do it right,” said Fowler during an earlier interview with Amish Heartland. “Our area will benefit from this. I also think this will help us reach a new demographic. We have been looking for a way to bring the younger generations to Holmes County; this will give them a chance to see what mom and dad

have been talking about … that we are a destination.” Fowler reported at a recent meeting with the Berlin Merchants that of all the 200 plus runners, 55 males and 19 women fall into that targeted demographic of under 40 years of age. While this is slightly disappointing for Fowler, he still has hopes this will change as the majority of runners are said to sign up on the day of the race. “Those people looking for the Amish will be running right through them,” said Fowler. He explained as he was

setting out mile markers for the race, he was approached by an Amish man who was excited for the race to take place. “They will most likely be lining the streets.” Runners will get the full Amish experience as they pass farms and schools along the path. Some of the schools will serve as water stations or break stations throughout the race. “Nobody ran a race where they have outhouses or stopped at a one-room school house for water stops,” said Hochstettler. “We have a lot going for us.”

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spoke on preschool vision screenings in the area and 14 at the Church of the how the Lions Clubs are Cross in North Lawrence, assisting with this project. hosted by Stark County The club donated Club; cost is $12. money to the Shreve Several members recent- United Methodist Church ly attended the OAGC in memory of Lion EveRegion 14 board meeting lyn Hostettler. at The Barn Restaurant in The club reviewed the six Smithville. Updates from peace posters submitted by the meeting were given. sixth-graders from Shreve Linda Treap was nominat- Elementary School. The ed and selected as secre- winner was Carlee Amos. tary. The treasurer’s report Each participant will was given. receive a gift card from The next meeting will be McDonald’s. Nov. 15 at Carol Jameson’s The club reviewed the house at 7 p.m.; new mem- books they purchased for bers and guests are wel- the Title One Family Night come. Call Melva Rohr at at Shreve Elementary. 330-674-7973 or 330-5672163 for information. Knights (Continued From Page 19)


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Obituaries Jack Rottman, 80 Jack Rottman, 80, of Solomons, Md., passed away at St. Mary’s Hospital in Leonardtown, Md., on Oct. 17, 2012. Ja c k w a s b o r n March 4, 1932, in Benton to the late Rotis Budge and Lela Belle (Painter) Rottman, and had attended Millersburg High School. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology in 1956 from Ohio University in Athens. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran, serving from 1948-52 during the Korean War. His duty stations included Washington state as well as England. On Jan. 16, 1954, he was married to the love of his life, Barbara (Litter-

al) Rottman. From 1956-66, Jack worked at Wright Patterson AFB in Dayton, as a U.S. civil servant. He worked for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., from 1966 until his retirement in 1988. After retirement, he held positions in construction, real estate and insurance. In 1995, Jack “Pappy” and Barb “Nanny” moved to Hollywood, Md., and to Asbury-Solomons in 2011. Jack enjoyed fishing, crabbing, boating, camping and reading. Pappy especially loved spending time with his grandchildren. Surviving are his wife, Barbara Rottman; children, Steven Rottman and his wife, Robyn Affron of Chestertown, Md., Eric L. Rottman and his wife, Melissa of Huntingtown, Md., Gary

D. Rottman and his wife, Mary of La Plata, Md., and Kevin J. Rottman and his wife, Amanda of Purcellville, Va.; grandchildren, Tanner, Kaitlin, Logan, Kyle, Heidi, Grace, Gavin and Emilie; and siblings, Mary Jean Hoover, Margie Henderson, Thomas and Bill Rottman, all of Wooster. A Life Celebration service for Jack was Saturday, Oct. 27 at AsburySolomons, 11100 Asbury Circle, Solomons, Md. Submitted photos 20688. Interment took Woody Wilson, Killbuck Central Committee, Mary Taylor, Lt. Governor and place at a later date Rob Ault, Holmes County Commissioner, man the Republican information in Arlington National table when Mitt Romney’s campaign bus is in Millersburg. Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Solomons VRSFD, P.O. Box 189, Solomons, Md. 20688. Arrangements were handled by Brinsfield Funeral Home, P.A., Leonardtown, Md. www.

Fannie Troyer, 80 lene) Troyer of Gambier, Willis (Marilyn) Troyer of Sarasota, Fla., Delon (Liz) Troyer of Sugarcreek, Lyle (Ruth Ann) Troyer of Gambier, Arlen (Rhoda) Troyer of Berlin, Arvada (Dan) Yoder and Marneta (Craig) Saltzman, both of Sugarcreek; 24 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; brothers, Atlee (Nettie) Troyer and Ben (Mabel) Troyer, both of Sugarcreek; sisters, Freda Beachy and Erma Schrock, both of Sugarcreek; and a sister-in-law, Mary Troyer of Sugarcreek.

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In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; a grandson, Ryan Troyer; a brother, Emra Troyer; and sisters, Calista Schrock and Mary Kaufman. Services were Friday, Oct. 26 at Maranatha Church, 941 State Route 93, NW, Sugarcreek, with Bishop Menno Miller officiating. Burial was in Yoder Cemetery Sugarcreek Township, Tuscarawas County. Joyce Yoder, Holmes County treasurer, and Crystal Black, deputy treaArrangements were han- surer, show their support as they stand in front of the Romney bus that dled by Smith-Varns Funer- arrived in Millersburg on Oct. 18. al Home, Sugarcreek.

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Moses Miller, 93 Moses S. Miller, 93, 1914 County Road 144, Sugarcreek, died Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012, at his residence after a period of declining health. He was born June 24, 1919, in Holmes County to the late Sam M. and Mary (Beachy) Miller and married Niva Kaufman on Oct. 31, 1946. She preceded him in death on Jan. 14, 1996. He was a farmer and a member of the Amish Church. Surviving are a daughter, Laura (Abe) Mast of Charm, and a son, Reuben (Esther) Miller of Sugarcreek; grandchildren, Charles (Jessica) Miller, Abigail Miller, Frederick Miller and Clayton Miller; a great-granddaughter, Jahvonnna Miller; stepgrandchildren, SaraAnn (Ivan) Miller, Naomi

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(Paul) Miller, Leon (Lois) Mast, Dorothy (Marvin) Raber and Carol (Ivan) Chupp; eight step-greatgrandchildren; a sister, Barbara (Henry) Schrock of Sugarcreek; and a stepsister, Mattie Raber of Charm. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Nelson, Noah and Henry; his stepmother, Barbara; a stepsister, Sarah Shetler; and a stepbrother, Edward Schlabach. Services were Wednesday, Oct. 24 at the Miller residence, with Bishop Roy E. Mast officiating. Burial was in Miller Cemetery, Walnut Creek Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

Freeda Robison, 92 Freeda Robison, 92, Killbuck, passed away Friday afternoon, Oct. 26, 2012 at Pomer e n e Hospital, Millersb u r g , following an extended illness. Freeda was born July 4, 1920, in Cantwell, W.Va., and was the daughter of Wesley and Mary (Eddy) Baker. On Nov. 5, 1938, she married Clarence Robison, and he preceded her in death on Oct. 3, 1988. Freeda was a member of the Church of Christ of Killbuck. She was also a member of both the Jolly Housekeepers Club and the Sewing B’s. Surviving are two sons, Wesley (Wanna) Robison and Samuel Robison, both

of Killbuck; four daughters, Mrs. Terry (Mary Jo) Zickefoose, Killbuck, Mrs. Allen (Wilma) Gingerich, Millersburg, Mrs. Steve (Nora) Armbrust, Killbuck, and Mrs. John (Thelma Joy) Ferber, Bellville; 18 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; eight great-greatgrandchildren, with two on the way; three brothers, Flavil Baker, Andrew Baker and Paul Baker, all of Killbuck; and two sisters, Leona Hoyman, Millersburg and Wilma Randles, Beach City. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; two brothers, Roscoe Baker and Perry Baker; and two sisters, Thelma Lamp and Deloris Lamp; and a grandson, Chuck Kelling. Funeral services were Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with Pastor Larry Lamp officiating. Burial was at Baker Ridge Cemetery, Killbuck.

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Veronica Croskey, 51 Veronica “Sue” Croskey, 51, of Millersburg, passed away Thursday morning, Oct. 25, 2012, at McKinl e y Health C a r e C e n ter in Canton after an extended illness. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, is assisting the family. She was born Aug. 29, 1961, in Millersburg, the daughter of Arlie and

Mary Jane (Elliott) Croskey. She was an assistant professor at Akron University, Kent State University and Baldwin Wallace University. She had worked for Bob Hines Attorney and at French Ridge Title Company for Laurel J. Schmidt. She was a member of Clark Community Church in Clark. Surviving in addition to her mother, are a sister, Virginia Ann “Ginny” Croskey of Falls Church, Va.; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends. She was preceded in death by her father.

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Earl D. Fry, 85, of Wooster, went to be with his beloved Saviour on Th u r s d a y , Oct. 25, 2012. H e w a s b o r n Jan. 13, 1927, in Holmesville, the son of Otis and Ethel Heidi Fry, and married Helen Topovski in April of 1948. She survives. Earl graduated from Holmesville High School at the end of 1944 and enlisted in the Army in January 1945. After basic training in the Infantry at Camp Blanding Florida, he was sent to the South Pacific where he served for 13 months with the 902 Field Artillery Unit of the 77th Division in Hokkaido, Japan. Following this, Earl served with the 12th Cavalry in Yokahoma, Japan, until his return home in December 1946. After the war, he worked in all areas of construction for many years. Earl loved building and enjoyed helping all his children and his brothers with their homes. In June 2011, Earl was privileged to take part

in the Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. recognizing World War II veterans. Earl was a faithful member of West Hill Baptist Church, where his faith in the Lord grew stronger every day. Surviving in addition to his wife of 64 years, are children, Karen (Bill) Lehner, Brenda (Bob) Fravel, Jane (Mike) Reynolds and Nancy Winn; 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; a brother, Kenneth (Phyllis) Fry; and a sisterin-law, Norma Fry. Earl was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Carl and Frank Fry; and sister-in-law, Bernice Fry. A celebration of Earl’s life was Monday, Oct. 29 at West Hill Baptist Church, 2241 Mechanicsburg Road, Wooster, with the Rev. Dan Wingate officiating. Burial was in Wooster Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster. The family requests donations be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691, in memory of Earl D. Fry.

Edward Squires, 68 Edward “Hippie” Squires, age 68, of Killbuck, Ohio passed away Saturday morning, Oct. 27, 2012 at Majora Lane Care Center, Millersburg, following a sudden illness. He was born May 16, 1944 in Galion and was the son of Donald and Ilena (Gregory) Squires. On May 26, 1989 he married Beverly Gallion and she preceded him in death on May 13, 2008. Edward was a 1962 graduate of Chesterville High School. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He worked for Briar Hill Stone of Glenmont. Edward was a member of the Killbuck VFW and the Loudonville Legion. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and being outdoors. Surviving are his mother, Ilena Squires, of Chesterville; one son, Bill (Nicole) Dials, of Millersburg; two daugh-

ters, Becky Baumberger and Kimberly (Keith) Allen, both of Mansfield; 11 grandchildren; a brother, Harry Squires, of Chesterville; three step-brothers, Charles (Bonnie) Sturgeon, of Marengo, James (Elda) Sturgeon, of Mansfield, and Alan (Linda) Squires, of Grove City, Pa.; one uncle, Max Gregory, of Desert Hot Springs, Calif.; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife and his father, Donald. Funeral services were Wednesday, Oct. 31 at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with Pastor Todd Hartley officiating. Burial was at Sunnyside Cemetery, in Glenmont with Military Rites being conducted by the Killbuck VFW. Family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the National Parkinson Foundation, Gift Processing Center, P.O. Box 5018, Hagerstown, MD 21741.

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Come with me as I traverse the tournament trail on a musical odyssey of sorts, kind of a cross between Willie Nelson’s “On the Road Again” and Foreigner’s “Long, Long Way From Home.” Thanks to the tournament trail, I got to see more of the state of Ohio this past week than most people see in a lifetime. After going to Columbus last weekend for the tennis tournament, I got to go to Duncan Falls (south of Zanesville) on Tuesday for a girls soccer game and then headed to Parma Heights on Thursday for a volleyball match between Padua and Triway. Saturday was the worst, however, following the Hiland boys soccer team to Jackson High School. I didn’t know I could go any farther south in the state without getting into West Virginia or Kentucky. In fact, I was closer to either of those two states than I was to Columbus. It’s pretty amazing how far these teams have to go to play. It has something to do with the size and the number of schools in the districts, and I’m sure the OHSAA does its best to

try and keep team travel to a minimum, but ... Heck, even a trip to Chillicothe, which I’ve grumbled about in years past, would have been a treat compared to Jackson. At least the facility there was nice. It was the fastest Internet service I’ve had at any school I’ve been at, and even faster than most McDonald’s, which is from where I usually have to send my stories. And the folks were friendly and helpful, so it wasn’t all that bad. Just a long night in the car. I covered pretty much the entire eastern half of the state, stretching from Cleveland to Jackson with a stop in Columbus to boot. Good thing gas prices were down this week. I paid only $3.08 a gallon in Zanesville the other night, thanks to my three-cents per gallon discount for customer loyalty at Speedway. The two trips to Zanesville this week (and possibly more if West Holmes girls and Hiland boys win) will seem like a walk in the park compared to Saturday’s marathon trek. Oh well, it’s all part of the job. At least I get paid to go to these places, as opposed to the parents who not only have to pay to get there, but also have to pay to get in.

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Grant Hay turns the corner for a big gainer against Clear Fork. Hay busted loose on an 85-yard touchdown run to help West Holmes top Clear Fork 34-14.

Knights whip Colts, on to playoffs

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer In rather workmanlike fashion, the West Holmes Knights ran over the visiting Clear Fork Colts 34-14 Friday night, securing a share of their first Ohio Cardinal Conference championship thanks to a stunning win by Mansfield Madison over Mansfield Senior. The Knights, Rams and Tygers all share the top spot in the OCC with 6-1 records. “It’s Senior’s first title and our first title. It’s something we’re going to cherish. When this thing’s all said and done, we’ll take time to pat ourBy KEVIN LYNCH selves on the back, but for Staff Writer right now, we’ve got to It seems no matter how high they raise the bar, the get ready for Week 11,” said West Holmes coach West Holmes girls soccer team just keeps clearing it. The Knights notched their second straight Div. II Kevin Maltarich. “It’s Eastern District championship with a 4-1 win over a credit to our kids. We Minerva Tuesday at the Philo soccer complex. The don’t have the top-notch win advances West Holmes to the Div. II Zanesville athletes the other schools Regional on Tuesday, Oct. 30 against the Dover Tor- do. But I’ll take hardworking kids any day of nadoes. “This program has made tremendous strides in the the week.” It was a pair of hardlast couple years,” West Holmes coach Josh Wengerd said. “It sounds cliche, but every year we talk about working running backs raising the bar, and I feel we’ve been able to do that who churned out nearly again this year. We’ve got more wins (14). That’s the 300 yards to lead the most we’ve ever had. We’ve done things this year that assault by the Knights other teams haven’t. We’ve received some votes in the Friday. Layne Perone set the state poll. We got the No. 1 seed. This is all new terrischool record for rushtory for us. “I really think we’re a team right there on the edge, ing touchdowns, tacking on three more scores to See Pg. 24 — GIRLS SOCCER bring his total to 26 on the

WHHS girls soccer keeps raising the bar

season. The junior piled up 170 yards on 19 carries to lead the Knights. Grant Hay added 115 yards on seven carries. “It starts up front, but he can hit it up in there,” Maltarich said of Perone. “We know what we’re going to get with Layne.” The Colts (3-7, 2-5) struck first on a 51-yard scoring strike from Ryan South to Nick Henwood six plays into the game. Justin Homerick tacked on the conversion kick for a 7-0 lead. “It’s never a good thing when anyone scores on us,” Maltarich said. “It was a mix-up in our defensive backfield, where they caught a pass and ran it in for a touchdown. We corrected it, and away we went.” The Knights put together a nine-play, 80-yard drive, capped off by Perone’s record-setting score, an 18-yard blast up the middle. Logan Gallion hit the first of four conversion kicks. After a punt, the Knights took a 14-7 lead as Hay broke loose on an 84-yard gallop. “It feels great to make a big play for your team,” Hay said. “It was a very well-blocked play. It was a good call, too. There wasn’t a lot of people over there.”

“Both our guards (Keaton Leppla and Andrew Rose) and the outside tackle (Colton Shane) sealed the end and the guards kicked out,” Maltarich said. “Grant hit it up in there and Mitch (Sheely) threw the block to spring him. They do a good job, controlling the line of scrimmage, pounding it up in there. Garrett Mackey also threw a big block. Our backs get the

credit, but our line does a heck of a job.” Clear Fork then took possession near midfield, but the defense of the Knights held the Colts on four plays, taking over on their own 40. Sophomore linebacker Luke Ogi had a big night defensively to lead the Knights, making several tackles and coming up See Pg. 24 — KNIGHTS

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Hawks looking for another Girls soccer shot at Worthington Christian after rolling to district title

dribbled around a defender and blasted it past Rachel Blocher (7 saves). and if we play well, great things can “We move some of our forwards happen,” he continued. “We have girls around, and we used a few subs, which who are committed, playing year- makes it tough for teams to figure out round. We have multi-sports girls, well- who to defend,” Wengerd said. “Slow rounded athletes who are conditioned start, bad touches; we’re at a point and fit. Even though they are doing where we can’t afford to have those. other sports, they’ll find time to pick One bad game and your season ends. up a soccer ball and work on some foot We’re capable of playing better. I guess skills. That’s important. That’s what it we played good enough to win and takes to build a program. Fortunately, we’ll take that; we’ll keep playing and we’ve got girls who want to do that.” move on from here. Hopefully we’ll One of those girls is forward Mal- avoid those slow starts.” lory Wahl, who got the Knights on the The Knights recorded a school-best scoreboard in the final two minutes of 14th win, improving to 14-4-1 on the the first half to break open a scoreless season. Minerva bows out at 12-3-4. tie. “It’s a great feeling to be back-to“That first goal woke us up I think,” back champs. Coming into this game, Wahl said. “It’s fun having so many I think we had more confidence than people who can score up front. Every- we did last year against River View, but one gets a chance and teams can’t focus it’s still just as exhilarating to win this on one person or another without time,” Harris said. someone else stepping up.” Harris made seven saves in goal, comWest Holmes completely dominated mending the work of her defenders in action in the first half, firing off 10 front of her. shots to Minerva’s three, but it wasn’t “They make my job back there pretty until Alex Brown intercepted a clear- easy,” she said. ing attempt and hit Wahl, who worked Wengerd agreed. herself free behind the defense and “The girls played well back there, knocked in the goal with 1:43 remain- but I think our touch wasn’t there,” he ing in the first half. said. “These kids put a lot of pressure “Scoring that goal before halftime on themselves to perform well. Playwas big,” Wengerd said. “That was a ing with that pressure adds an extra big momentum swing. I thought we wrinkle to the game.” should’ve had three or four. EventuWest Holmes held a 15-8 edge in ally, we started doing what we wanted shots on goal. The Knights got 10 corto do and we started scoring goals. We ner kicks to one for the Lions. need to do that for 80 minutes, not 40.” The Knights went up 2-0 at the 29:05 Kevin Lynch photo/ mark of the second half when Abby Hiland’s Caleb Miller (right) battles Valley’s Tyler Callahan fed Elise Neville with a cross Sherwood for control of a loose ball just outside and Neville drove it home. “Once the offense scores, that puts the Indians’ goal on Saturday in their Div. IV district championship game at Jackson High School the other team back on their heels,” in southern Ohio. Hiland routed Valley 7-1 to defender Courtney Kozak said. “That makes our job (on defense) a little advance to regional play easier.” game with a penalty kick. them. The message is, if Less than a minute later, Neville and “With this new forma- you want that opportu- Wahl worked a give and go perfectly, tion we run, a 4-3-3, I get nity, you’ve got to earn it. with Wahl banging home the goal at up a lot more,” Reynolds Now, we’ve still got one 28:33 to give the Knights a 3-0 lead. Kevin Lynch photo said of his scoring oppor- more to go before we get West Holmes girls soccer players A minute later, the Lions roared back tunity from his defender that chance, but the guys with a goal off a direct kick. A shot hit (from left) Shelby Harris, Courtney position. “I just happened are really focussed. the crossbar and bounded away from Kozak, Abby Callahan and Alexis to be in the right place “They want another West Holmes keeper Shelby Harris. Rolince show off the district chamat the right time on that shot at least to try against Lauren Haynam was there waiting and pionship trophy after beating Minerfirst one. On the second Worthington.” she banged it home to trim the lead to va 4-1 last Tuesday at the Philo Socone, Grant worked hard cer Complex in Duncan Falls. The Beating Coshocton, 3-1. to earn a PK. I didn’t hit though, is no gimmie. Callahan put the victory on ice for the Knights played Dover Tuesday (after it well, but it went in, so “If we have something to Knights when she picked up a loose ball the press deadline) in their regional that’s all that matters. prove against Worthing- after the Lions were unable to clear, opener. “It feels good to follow ton from last year, we also last year’s senior class and have something to prove come out and do the same against Coshocton from thing they did,” Reynolds earlier this year,” Bodiker added. “Our expectations added. “We played really (Continued From Page 23) another score and a 21-7 for 105 yards and two are high.” poorly in that game, and lead early in the second touchdowns and an interThe Hiland coach is were really fortunate with an interception. quarter. ception. looking forward to playing at halftime to be tied. I “I just try to fill in for West Holmes made it Snyder finished with Coshocton on Wednesday thought we out-played Layne,” Ogi said. “I try 28-7 at the break on a 122 yards on 4-of-8 passwith an eye on the next them in the second half to learn from Keaton and 10-play, 85-yard drive, ing. step, a rematch against in that first game, but we Layne. They’re two pretty capped off by Perone’s “The name of the game Worthington Christian, really played bad in the good linebackers. I just 1-yard plunge. this week was to survive the team that ended the first half.” try to follow them. You Perone made it 34-7 late Week 10 and get on to season last year for the The Hawks have been just got to go after the in the third quarter, bust- Week 11,” Maltarich said. Hawks in the regional to districts 11 of the 13 ball. That’s what we’re ing loose on a 50-yard “We took a light week as finals. years Bodiker has been out there to do. Layne jaunt. far as contact was con“All year long we’ve coach at Hiland. didn’t go out (defensiveThe Colts capped off cerned. We wanted to wanted another shot “Winning never gets old. ly) in the second half, so I the scoring on a 14-yard make sure everyone was at Worthington,” said Goal No. 1 is to achieve just tried to fill in and do pass from South to Bran- healthy. We couldn’t overBodiker. “The guys have our ultimate goal, and it the best I could.” don Luers. look anybody, because in had a chip on their shoul- starts here,” Bodiker said. After a long pass from West Holmes held the this conference, the team ders, feeling like someValley coach Bill Hale Gabe Snyder to Mackey Colts to 72 rushing yards that’s ready to play on thing was taken away commended the play of set up a first-and-goal, on 34 attempts. South Friday night is the team from us last year against the Hawks. Perone powered in for completed 4-of-11 passes that’s going to win.” (Continued From Page 23)

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Hiland had been using its defense to win games of late, but the Hawks erupted for five firsthalf goals en route to a 7-1 thrashing of the Valley Indians Saturday to claim the Div. III Eastern District championship at Holzer Field at Jackson High School’s Alumni Stadium. The win advances Hiland (13-3) to the Zanesville Regional Wednesday against Coshocton. Valley bows out at 15-2-1. Grant Stutzman got the Hawks on the board early and that opened the floodgates. Brennan Coil served a long ball into the Valley defensive end and Stutzman won the battle with Indians’ goalie Scott Adkins and hammered in a shot on an empty net for a 1-0 lead at 35:04. “Scoring that goal in the first five minutes was the key,” Hiland coach Scott Bodiker said. “After that, we just kind of managed the game without getting any injuries. We got everybody in the game with plenty of minutes.” The Hawks made it 2-0 midway through the first half on a goal by Hunter Herrera, who knocked in a rebound of a Caleb Miller shot. Less than two minutes later, it was 3-0 Hawks on a crisp cross from Cameron Stutzman to Trey Riggle in front of the goal. Riggle heeded it home and the rout was on. Cole Reynolds made it 4-0 at 17:02, and Patrick Straits finished off a feed from Alec Mast to make it 5-0 at 7:42 of the first half. The Indians got on the board when Brice Romanello headed a direct kick past Tyler Hochstetler with 3:36 remaining in the first half. “We were a little disappointed to give up a goal,” Bodiker said. “But, you win and you move on.” Hiland scored off the opening kickoff of the second half to make it 6-1 as Herrera found the back of the net off a feed from Grant Stutzman, who was dragged down in the box 10 minutes later and Reynolds iced the


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LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES The following applications ROUTE 83 Restaurant 7501 SR 83 Holmesville and/or verified complaints Monday-Sunday 6am-9pm were received, and the folGreat Food & Spirits. lowing draft, proposed and Breakfast all day! 330-279-3663 final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental ProNotice: will skin and debone deer, tection Agency (Ohio EPA) also haveWe grinder & cooler. Nelson Miller last week. The complete 1492 TR 414, Dundee. 330-359-5942 public notice including addi- V.M. tional instructions for sub- FREE HAIRCUT with chemical service mitting comments, request- done by Sam at Ladybug Family Hair ing information or a public Care. 330-567-3200. Good thru Oct. hearing, or filing an appeal only. may be obtained at: 70 Business Opportunity /actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. THE ECONOMY GOT P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, YOU DOWN? Ohio 43216. Ph: GOOD PART TIME 614-644-2129 email: $$$$$ FOR PART TIME

BERLIN HOTEL & SUITES is looking for a full time Front Desk Guest Representative to provide attentive, courteous, friendly and efficient service to all guests prior to arrival and throughout their stay. You will be responsible for all reservation and inquiry calls during your shift. Must be able to work afternoons and weekends shifts. Also, 3rd Shifts Available. Apply in person, 5330 CR 201, Millersburg, OH. NO calls please


HELP WANTED: Part-time housekeeping. We pay by the room. Full or part time, hours are flexible. Apply in person at the Oak Ridge Inn in Walnut Creek or email resume to:

PROVIA WALNUT CREEK FACILITY 2150 STATE ROUTE 39 S U G A R C R E E K OH ACTION DATE : 10/25/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0045954 Installation of new mill room and fabric filter device for control of dust from wood working operations. Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper November 1, 2012



If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the circulation department at 330-264- 1125 ext 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes. CALL TODAY!!


If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the circulation department at 330-264-1125 ext 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes.

JOB OPENING for (Driver-Manager-Day Worker) of small bulk food/deli store in Canal Fulton. Person preferably from Millersburg or Berlin area due to transportation limits. 330-893-3299. SERVER/BARTENDER WANTED, part time. 2 years experience. Apply at Hotel Millersburg, 35 W. Jackson Street or call 330-674-1457. HERDSMAN FOR large dairy. Lg. animal exp. required. FT/PT. Apply at 14981 Fox Lake Rd., Marshallville. WANTED: DRIVER/ WORKER for construction crew. Sugarcreek/ Baltic area. Paid holidays & paid vacations. Call 330-231-4015.

WANTED: EXPERIENCE stone mason. 330-317-5062 POWER WASHERS NEEDED -Driver's license a must. Part time weekend work. Call 330-852-7111, 7 days 8am-5pm. BERLIN HOTEL & SUITES is looking for housekeeping help who can maintain cleanliness, appearance and adhere to our high standards for our guest rooms and public areas. Must be available on Sundays. Must be able to work an 8 hour day, and/or flexible shifts. Apply in person. 5330 CR 201, Millersburg, OH. NO calls please. I NEED a ride to work from Winesburg to S of Berlin at Rexam. Hrs. 7am-3pm, Mon.- Fri. Will pay for transportation. David Yoder, (330) 359-2917. CLEANING-OFFICE M, W, F, 10:00pm-1:00am in Wooster. Apply at

125 Medical / Healthcare 205 I AM SEEKING a full time Certified Medial Assistant to do medical billing and coding, will train. Send resume to: Dr. Janet Dailey, PO Box 318, Nashville, OH 44661. HOME HELPERS, America"s #1 Senior Care Franchise serving Wayne, West Stark, Summit counties and surrounding areas is seeking responsible and caring individuals for non-medical in-home caregiver positions. Part-time and full-time live-in opportunities. Experience preferred, (STNA, HHA, CNA) will train. Apply by calling 330-731-1710. ALTIMATE CARE is seeking caring and compassionate HHA's/STNA's to assist with caring for our patients in Holmes & Wayne Co. areas. PT with FT potential available. Evenings, and every other weekend. Competitive pay, & paid mileage. Apply in person at 24 S. Clay St. in Millersburg. No phone calls please.

130 Administrative / Office FINANCIAL SERVICES Firm serving primarily pastors and churches seeks administrative assistant. Submit resume to


Elderly Care

CONSERVATIVE MENNONITE lady and former nurse will care for elderly in their home. Also light housekeeping. Reasonable rates. Call Diane, (330) 674-0362.

195 Services FOR RENT: Case skid Loader with bucket, pallet fork, manure fork. Also 4 ton dump trailer and 30 ton log splitter. Henry J. Miller, Sugarcreek. 330-852- 3363.



I WILL DO all your Holiday Baking needs - Homemade pies & cakes, cookies or desserts - Call for details, 330-279-3615. CASH FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, batteries, brass, aluminum, and any metal. Call (330) 473-8410. WILL MAKE birthday or any decorated cakes. Order your special flavor, size, decoration or saying. Miss Matt Mast, 2465 TR 152, Baltic. (330) 893-4517.

KENMORE 700 Series Washer & Electric Dryer. $550 OBO. 330-828-6640. AIR CONDITIONER & heat pump, $300. 330-674-2744.

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LENNOX PULSE Propane Furnace with duct work. $550. Also electric Fridgedaire Kitchen range with glass top, $300. Making changes due to a new home. Eli Miller. 12885 CR 316, Big Prairie, 44611

17 GAS lights. Some like new. $20 ea. Consul gas fridge works good, $350. Joseph Troyer, 7951 TR 563, Holmesville, OH 44633

SHARP CAROUSEL Stainless Steel microwave, excellent condition. $45 (330) 763-4669.

60 GAL. electric hot water heater, $125.. 330-674-2744.


Hart Cold stove, excellent condition, glass door, $300. Atlee Barkman, 5020 CR 59 Baltic. OH 43804 (330) 897-8460.

FOR RENT: JOHN Deere dozer 650G with winch, $30.per hour. (330) 674-2422.

FOR SALE: Frigidaire natural gas cook stove with electric controls. Very good cond. $300. Daniel E Miller, 3953 TR 414, Dundee, OH 44624.

Construction Equipment

Cat 988 loader/ 6 yard tooth bucketgood running condition. $16000. Call (330) 852-2466.

ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, Very cold, older. Perfect for garage or shop. $50. Call (330) 852-2466.


3 BR RANCH ON 1 ACRE WOODED LOT Southeast Local Schools Will sell on location 4349 McCance Circle Fredericksburg, OH. From Wooster take US RT 250 SE 2 miles to Guerne then south 4 1/2 miles on Fredericksburg Rd. (CR 501 to McCance Circle then west to property or from Fredericksburg take CR 501 north 1 1/2 miles to McCance.

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SEWING, ALL kinds of alterations, a l s o quilting. Esther Troyer 330-674-2922.


Antiques Collectibles

Notice is hereby given in 62" CHERRY double sink top with white compliance with Section granite bowls and black antique faucets 5715.17 R.C. of Ohio that $250. 330-674-2744. CALL TODAY!! OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for the tax returns for the current HOLMES COUNTY Antique Festival rig hands. (740) 824-4692. year have been revised and Lamps: Holmes Cnty Courthouse, Opra the valuations complete and 100 House, Pomerene Hospital, Victorian Position Wanted 110 Drivers Trucking House, Holmes County Home, and Milthe books are now open for lersburg Glass Factory. 330-231-2515 public inspection in the LOOKING For morning milking job, County Auditor's Office. The experienced. Can start immediately. DRIVERS: HOME Every weekend and thru complaints against any valu- 330-390-1024 the week. Dedicated Account. $1,200.00 205 Appliances Electronics Orientation Completion, $1,000.00 Driver ation or assessment, except Referral Bonuses! CDL-A OTR Exp. Req. the valuations fixed and asFRIGIDAIRE GLASS top electric stove, 105 General 1-888-335-9565. sessments made by the Tax good condition, $300. 330-674-2744. DRIVERS: $2,500 Sign-On Bonus! Commissioner of Ohio, must FOR SALE: 126,000BTU Forced Gas Dedicated Account! Top Pay, Benefits, be heard by the County Experienced Horse Stall cleaners Furnace. In good condition. (330) Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! needed, this is a physically labor intense Board of Revision. The Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109 852-8029. job. Those who are not hard workers, Complaint as to the Assess- need not apply. Part time AM job. Call LOOKING for a driver FOR SALE: Two Electric Water Heaters. ment of Real Property must (330)674-2503 Leave message with HORSESHOER 3-4 days per week. Charm/Walnut Creek 1-115 gallon and 1-80 gallon. Both in be filed with the County Au- horse experience description. good condition. (330) 852-8029. area. (330) 893-0906 ditor between Janauary 1, 2013 and March 31, 2013. By Order of The Holmes The Farmers Citizens Bank is seeking friendly, out-going candidates County Board of Revision Jackie McKee, Secretary for the soon to open Mount Hope Branch. Seeking candidates for the Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper November 1, 2012

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positions of Full-Time Teller, Part-Time Teller, and Personal Banker. Competitive benefits package is available to full time employees. Successful candidates will have previous experience with customer service and cash handling, with excellent communication skills.

Applicants should send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to or by mail to 105 Washington Square, Bucyrus, OH 44820, Attention Human Resources. Questions should be directed to Human Resources at 419-562-7040. Farmers Citizens Bank is an equal opportunity employer. Member FDIC. 1008551000

REAL ESTATE: Harold and Linda purchased this home at auction in October of 2011 with plans of remodeling and moving. With the passing of Harold, Linda has decided to remain at her current home and sell the home on McCance Circle. Linda has installed a new oak kitchen, replaced all the windows and entrance doors, plus added new appliances. The fuel oil furnace and central AC were new in 2007. The shingles were new in 2004. The home built in 1963 features approximately 1700 Sq. Ft. of finished living area w/three BR’s, full bath, large kitchen and dining area. The living room has laminate flooring. From the living room, step down to the 13 x 20 family room. The attached 2 car garage has access through the basement. Drive by and pick up a brochure from the information box at the driveway or access more detailed information on the website INSPECTION: Showings are available by appointment. Call Steve Andrews @330465-8498 – Seth Andrews @ 330-466-5471 or through Real Estate Showcase Millersburg @ 330-674-7610 & Wooster 330-264-6888. TAX & LEGAL: Parcel No. 29-00151.000 Franklin Twp. – Wayne County – Southeast Local Schools. The taxes are $615.34 per half year and will be pro-rated to the day of closing. Immediate possession will be given at closing. Sellers will provide a warranty deed and certificate of title plus offer to split the fee for an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance. TERMS: We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance to be paid in full at closing within 30 – 45 days. There are no financing contingencies. LINDA ALEXANDER, OWNER Auction Conducted By:

Jon Mast, Broker/Auction Mgr • 330-763-3883

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'05 JD 650J w/ winch and screens $65,000; '04 JD 650H LGP only 2600 hrs $40,000; '06 Case 850K dozer 1600 hrs. $64,500; '05 Case 850K LGP with winch 2700 hrs. $67,000; JD550H dozer $30,000; '97 JD450G LC-IV dozer $22,500; Cat D5G-XL dozer $38,500; '92 JD 650G w/ winch, arch, screens $35,000; JD 850B w/ winch $26,000; Cat D4D dozer $15,000; '04 JD120C excavator with hyd thumb and coupler $54,000; '10 JD35D excavator $32,000; '05 Cat 303 CR mini hoe 2187 hrs $19,500; Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $14,000; '04 Komatsu WA180 wheel loader w/ 7K hrs, bucket and log forks $46,000; Ford A62 Wheel Loader $8,500; JD 555G crawler loader $22,500; '89 JD455G crawler loader cab, tooth bucket $19,500; Case 455C Loader $17,500; '90 Cat 953 Loader cab, heat, air $17,000; '97 Case 580SL 4x4 cab, extendahoe, 4-in-1 bucket $22,500; JCB 214S Grademaster 4x4 loader landscaper, $14,750; Case 450 Loader $5000; '03 JD 648G-III Grapple Skidder $55,000; JD648E skidder $24,500; '96 Franklin 170 grapple skidder, new rear tires $18,500; JD640 Skidder $17,000; 3-JD 440C Skidder $16,000 TO $22,000 each; '97 Timberjack 460 Skidder dual arch grapple $40,000; Hamm Smooth Drum Roller $17,500; Case 602 Vibromax Pad Foot Roller $14,500; '00 Genie Lift Z60/34 articulated boom $22,500; '94 Moxy MT30S-3 6x6 off road dump $14,500; '71 CAT 613 Self Loading Scraper, 3208 cat engine $8,500; Case IH 5250 4x4 cab, heat, air $24,500; '06 Bobcat S130 skid steer 1570 hrs $17,250; '05 Case 410 skid steer 805 hrs $16,750; 5635 Gehl skid steer with tracks $10,500. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886.

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NEW IDEA 323 corn picker. Gravity box & gravity wagons. IH drag disk, 7 ft. New Holland 256 rake. Brillion seeder, 8 ft. Andy Raber. (330) 893-0303. Massey Ferguson 253 Tractor, 52HP Power Steering, Wet Brakes, Hyd. Remotes, 1,200 hours. Excellent Condition. $7,600. Call Joe 330-852-3029 FOR RENT: Cat skid loader with cab. Call (330) 763-3811. STEINWAY Bale Boss Hay Saver, $700; Pequae 10-ft. hay saver, $1000, David Hershberger. (330) 695-2080, VM. FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127. FOR SALE: Corn Binder in excellent condition. (330) 852-8029 FOR RENT: Brush hog for skid loader, 6 ft, extreme duty. $100. per day. Baltic area. (330) 897-0152. FOR SALE: (2) barn gates, 12' long x 5' high, heavy duty, galvanized, latches & hinges, made by Trail Farm Supply, $250/each. 330-852-4985 FARMALL 504 gas tractor, runs good, $3200. obo. Call (330) 893-0030. INTERNATIONAL 624 DEISEL tractor, shuttle clutch, runs good, ground 60 HP, hard rubber or air rear wheels, $3500. (330) 763-4827. 48-JD-A with rubber filled tires (restored), $5,000. Also heavy duty 3 pt. that fits J.D. A, $550. Leon Raber. Call (330) 893-2397 ext. 2. FOR SALE: 800 gal Mueller tank for maple syrup or storage. $1,200 330-893-4360.

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10 FT Gallion dump bed, VG, HD, 1/2" floor, $3000. obo. Cub Cadet lawn vac/ mulcher/ recycler/ bagger w/ small brush port, EC, $250. Quick Tach log splitter for skid steer, brand new, $1600. Firewood or grain elevator/ conveyer, HD, 12 ft, $375. (330) 674-6205, evenings. GRAIN DRILL JD 8300 Marker tires, double disk openers, 23 drops, 7" spacing, 15' overall, packer wheels, single box, field ready. $2,150 OBO. Holmesville 330-473- 7647 cell.

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ROUND BALE unroller for skid loader, complete with hoses. Used very little. Excellent like new condition. $950 Holmesville 330-473- 7647 cell.

WILL SPREAD or dump chicken manure, clean out & buy. Chicken manure available sometimes. Call Dennis, 330-844-3516.

FOR SALE: Quick tatch Skid Loader Pallet Forks, like new, $525. daytime: 330-359-0150, evening: 330-359-5939 Mt. Eaton Trailer.


WANTED: NEW IDEA Corn Husker for parts. Ammon Yoder, 5108 TR 118, Baltic, OH 43804. 330-893-3687 ext. 2.

FOR SALE: Green Firewood Call for daytime: 330-359-0150, 330-359-5939

FOR SALE: Firewood, 330-674-1945. split and seasoned.

FOR SALE: Firewood Logs, taking orders, can deliver. 13' ft length, you cut and save. daytime: 330-359-0150, evening: 330-359-5939

JD COMBINE Model 45, two row corn head, 12' grain platform with Hume reel, gas engine with new tune-up kit and fuel line components, operating manual, many spare parts. Good working order $3,450 obo. Millersburg. 330-473-7647.

8N FORD, good cond. Overhauled. Good rubber, lights, hitch on front, also draw bar in back. $2200. obo. (330) 279-2075.

FOR SALE: 240 gallon fuel tank, $200 obo. Dennis Hershberger, 4060 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627


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

FOR SALE: Fiberglass for sheep/cows feeders gates. Dean Yoder, 9296 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg OH 44627. PIONEER DRAG spring tooth harrow, 12-1/2', 3 sections, excellent condition $850. Holmesville 330-473- 7647 cell. Case IH 695 Tractor 72HP, Power Steering, wet brakes, dual remotes, shuttle shift, dual pto. Good Condition. $9,750. Call Joe 330-852-3029 FOR SALE: 18 ton Brock Feed bin with cross auger and motor (330) 231-0867. NH 33 Green Chopper. $2500 Excellent Condition, NH 65 Hay Baler, $1250, NH 256 Rake, $3500. Call (330) 791-5345

OCT. 18- Nov. 3 Smoked Sausage Links $2.89. Doughty Farm Meats 330-674-6257 ORGANIC BEEF by the quarter, whole or half, call for price. Will be ready by Thanksgiving. Place your order now. (330) 897-1348 x1 SHAVINGS ANIMAL bedding. Mostly planer shavings. $4.25 a bale, approx. $130 a ton Delivery available. 330-279-2146. FOR SALE: Pasture fed beef. Alvin Jr. Swartzentruber 330-852-1088 4X4 NET Wrapped Corn Fodder Bales. $40 ea. 330-231-0092 FOR SALE: 10 acres organic corn. For more information call (330) 264-2647.

2 PILES Firewood. Make Offer. John Weaver 1458 US 62, Wilmot, OH FOR SALE: Split seasoned firewood, $50. a load. Also 1 1/2 year old Australian cattle dog, started, $50. Call (330) 763-2318.

SPLIT AND round seasoned firewood, Pickups & dump trailer deliveries available. (330) 275-7980. FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. 10 yd load $85 + delivery. Henry J. Miller. 330-852-3363.

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FOR SALE: Cut Up Seasoned Slabwood, $30 for a pick-up load, delivery avail. 330-439-8494 FIREWOOD FOR Sale, $140. cord. 330-231-3980

Garage Yard Sales

NOV 9/10 50's Chrome Table, Hunting items, Band Saw, Books, Coats, Jars, Dishes, Chest, Pyrex, Antiques, Willing to bargain. 8292 CR 192, Holmesville. Fall Garage Sale, Oct. 25-Nov. 4, 9 a 6 p , Winter clothes, men & women's, sweaters, jeans, coats - all sizes; bedding, baby items, boy's 12M-4T, kitchen items, Christmas decor, books, pumpkins, mums, & lots of misc. 8073 Critchfield Rd., Shreve. GARAGE SALE: Nov. 2 & 3, Fri., 9-6, Sat., 9-1. Henn Pottery, Boyd's Bears, Longaberger baskets, many cake forms, sofa table & 3 matching end tables, name brand clothes (women's 3X), iPod Touch, iPod Nano, lots of clean misc. and household items. Steve Finney, 5553 TR 260, Millersburg.


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8 YEAR old black standard bred gelding, TSS, $1500. David E. Yoder, 8749 SR 241, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.


Following classifications are considered business ads: All employment (100-197); 220, 225, 230, 235, 240, 245, 255, 260, 300; All rental ads; Service related ads. (600-1130)

FOR SALE: Hardwood firewood, $40. pick up load. 2 miles S of New Bedford on TR 235. 32166 TR 235, Fresno. Nelson Barkman, (330) 897-4942


P.O. Box 918 • 212 E. Liberty St., • Wooster Ohio 44691

4 Weeks ....................................... $8.00 Additional Lines Per 4 Weeks $2.00

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

FOR SALE: Seasoned slab wood, $15. per bundle. Mullet Run Lumber, 5474 TR 117, Baltic. (330) 893-4085.


Business Ad

FOR SALE: Seasoned split firewood, $60 per pickup load. 330-897-1306

SEASONED SPLIT firewood, includes delivery 10 miles radius. $65. Mark Beechy, (330) 852-2982.

Shopper 4 Weeks ....................................... $4.00 (4 Lines) Additional Lines Per 4 Weeks $2.00


FIREWOOD, SPLIT & delivered. S e a s o n e d - $ 5 5 / l o a d ; Unseasoned-$47/load. 330-763-0989.

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INTERNATIONAL 574 Diesel Tractor in good condition. Runs nice. $5700. 330-359-1203.

FOR SALE: 25 HP Pioneer power unit with 2 hydraulic outlets, power steering, in good cond. (330) 674-1504.

Napoleon NZ 26 zero clearance woodburning fireplace insert/arched glass door-never used. $2500. Call (330) 852-2466.

Firewood Fuel price and to place order. can deliver.

For Sale: 12' Steinway hay feeder. Samuel M. Yoder, 2386 CR 200, Dundee. (888) 790-1473 / VM

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6 YEAR old gelding, good boys horse. Sharp driver. Buggy broke. Ready for miles. (330) 275-7896. STANDARD BRED gelding, tss, a good woman's horse. James Weaver, 6900 E. Moreland Rd., Fredericksburg, (330) 698-1062

























3 YR. old black trotter, TSS, boy's horse, $2700; 4 yr. old black trotter, surrey size, tss, $3400. Vernon Weaver, (330) 674-0073.











5 Year old Paint Quarter Horse. Started on ground training. Great for trainer to finish. $400 OBO 330-473-0184 after 3:30pm.


FOR SALE: 11 year old trotting mare, surrey size, $1200. (330) 464-9353.

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FOR SALE: 1 year old Royal Whitebreeder ram. Very Nice. (330) 674-2500


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FOR SALE: 11 yr old Belgian gelding, broke. Andy Yoder, 3278 TR 162, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. (330) 852-2723. FOR SALE: 5 yr. old paint riding horse, broke to ride & drive. $500 (330) 897-0850. 7 yr old trotting mare by Emilie Angus Dam by Armbro Laser, TSS, surrey size. Allen Miller, Jr., 330-852-1383 ext. 5 FOR SALE Bio Plastic Buggy Harness. Good Condition. Albert Yoder 3380 CR 200, Fredericksburg. (330) 359-6364. 52" YEARLING black pony stud, $300. 2 pony saddles, 1 large, 1 medium, with bridles. (330) 897-2412.

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FOR SALE 2 Suffolk rams. $200 ea. 5 ewes $175 ea. All spring lambs daytime 330-390-0179. eve. 330-359-5769 7 YEAR OLD Black Cross Mare. 3 white socks and a stripe. Broke single and double and to ride. Top Buggy Broke. T.S.S. Priced to sell. $1,900. (330) 893-4068. WANTED TO buy: All types of horses & ponies, sound or unsound. J & S Horse Farm, 13914 Mt Eaton Rd, Doylestown, 44230. Call or write. (330) 715-0363. FOR SALE: 7 yr old double gated gelding. Big size. matt's comet sound. Andy Mast Call 330-852-4243. 6 YR. OLD TROTTING MARE, stands 16 hands, upheaded & fun to drive, tss, $1750. (330) 893-9017 EASY ENTRY Pony Cart with 20" tires. $300 Medium pony harness $125. (330) 852-2466. FOR SALE. 800 lb steer. 330-231-1475 FOR SALE: Older Standard Gelding T S S for anybody to drive. Still Good for 12 mile round trips. Jacob Weaver 33423 CR 126 Millersburg, OH 44654 FOR SALE: Brown & white miniature gelding, broke to drive, TSS. $275. Brandon Raber, 5009 TR 628, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 275-8136. FOR SALE: Dutch harness cross, standard bred, black 2 yr old gelding, green broke. (330) 674-9313. 4yr old Trotter, by Boss Vita, drives tops, 7 year old black Gelding, all trot, big enough for surrey. Also some other nice family drivers on hand. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096. MINIATURE DONKEY gelding, 12 years old, loves children, makes great pet. $100. (330) 897-0819. GRASS FED Hormone free Beef. Ready to butcher. Emery Yoder 33780 TR 231, Baltic OH. 330- 897-1437.

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4 YR OLD Bay Pacing Bred Gelding, TSS, fast traveler, boys horse. 7 YR old pacing bred gelding, boys or family horse, TSS. Ray Miller, 330-359-5654

12 YOUNG Katahdin/ Dorper cross ewes, due in Feb for the first time. $180. each. (330) 674-3987 ext. 1.

6 YEAR old black trotting gelding, 3 whites, 16.1 hands, TSS, women can drive. 330-674-5324.

2 YR. old 43" black pony gelding. Well started, TSS. Marcus Miller (330)852-7094 ext. 1.

ROYAL PALM Turkeys from this springs hatch. $50 per pair OBO. Christ A. Yoder, (330) 893-1973 x3.

6 year old Morgan Gelding TSS, broke to ride and drive. $1500 OBO. Joseph E Yoder, 46955 TR 221, Millersburg 44654. (740) 622-1610 x 2.

FOR SALE: Adult Llama female & 4 mo.old male, nice 4-H pets or guard animals for sheep, $100/each obo. Also, 4-yr. old paint pony mare, 50", tss, good broke, $450/obo. Jacob Mast (330) 279-2486 7 YR old standard bred mare, TSS, mostly trot, $1800. obo. Robert Yoder, (330) 695-2026. FOR SALE: 3 way cross Dutch mare, 3 yrs old, broke single & double. TSS. Safe for women. $2000. Levi Wengerd, 6329 CR 207, Millersburg, OH 44654. In Benton. (330) 674-2710. BARBADOS SHEEP, 2 yearling rams $100/ea.; (1) extremely nice 2 yr. old ram, $150. 330-276-5613 BIG BLACK standard bred gelding with a star. TSS wont shy. Nice to hitch and stops at stop signs. A good Family horse. Only 9 years old. $2,200. 330-472-2613. FOR SALE. 1 & 2 yr. old paint ponies, kid broke to ride & drive. 330-695-2250, VM. 6 year old Bay trotting mare, anybody can drive, $1600 Also, standard bred Wengling Filly $1000 OBO (330) 763-4669. FOUR YEAR old Chestnut Quarter Horse. Kid-broke to ride. Been on trails. Also good for barrel racing and pole bending. $1000 obo. (330) 852-3900. 4 YEAR old 53" Tri-color Paint Mare. In foal 2013. Broke to ride and drive. $850 OBO. Christ A. Yoder, 330-893-1973 x3.

FOR SALE. 1000 lb Jersey steer $1000 David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.

6 YEAR old black morgan standard bred gelding. Rides, drives, buggy size. Safe for women. $2200. (330) 893-3733.

6 YEAR old pony mare, 48", broke to ride & drive, needs driver with a little experience. $475. 330-893-3649

4 YEAR OLD Paint pony Gelding 41", Broke to ride and drive, Almost TSS $100. 330-897-2063 Leave message Ivan Troyer. HOLSTEIN BULLS. Henry R. Yoder, 7445 CR 51, Big Prairie, OH 44611

WE SELL all kinds of horse collars and pads. Check our prices. We deliver in our area and fit on horse. John J Yoder Jr., (330) 473-8232 lv msg. or call between 8 & 10 am.

REGISTERED MORGAN, 8 yr old black gelding, 16 hands, sharp driver. Coming 2 yr old Bay filly. 7 month old bay stud, sired by Black Tuxedo by Armani (Tucker). (330) 897-0562 ext 3.

FOR SALE: Nice & Big Proven 10 year old Donarail Mare, free breeding to bite the tax man 2013. $2,000. 330-437-8527.

FOR SALE: Weanling Filly out of standard of excellence. $450 5th cutting deer hay, round bales, wrapped. (330) 264-8705.

FOR SALE: Bobwhite Quail $5 each (330) 674-0730.

FOR SALE: 6 year old Black Standard Bred Gelding, also boys top buggy. (330) 359-2616.

13 YEAR old Gelding paint riding horse. TSS $500. (330) 359-2942. FOR SALE 8 year old mare. Big enough for surrey. Been in buggy for 5 years. Family horse. $1200. day 330-275-0059 or eve -330-893-4093

For Sale: 5, 1 yr old laying hens, still laying good, $5 each. (330) 893-4157 3 YEAR old Friesian saddle bred gelding bay, well started in harness. TSS. $2200. (330) 231-6931, VM.

REGISTERED WHITE Dorper rams & ewe lambs, good shedding genetics. $325-$550. 330-897-2907 ext 3. 54929 SR 651, Baltic, OH 43804.

FOR SALE: 52" Gelding Pony, broke to ride and drive, med EZ trail, easy entry cart and Bio Harness. Will sell separate. 330-279-2345

HOLSTEIN HEIFERS started calves to breeding age. Open Heifers. A few Jersey Cross. 330-852-9701.

FOR SALE: 11 year old standard bred gelding, TSS, $1,000. . (330) 852-9030.

13 MONTH old Reg. jersey bull, $700. 330-852-2466 FOR SALE: One Cheviot Ram lamb. Born in March, $200. 9431 CR 216, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 PAIR OF 4 year old spotted cross bred, half brothers, top buggy broke, single or double, 16 hands. 740-545-6098. FOR SALE. 7 & 8 year old standard bred, TSS, anybody can drive. $800 & $1000. (330) 897-5700 ext. 1.

FOR SALE: Organic Laying Hens. Laying Good. $7.00. Niva D Miller 5344 TR 613 Fredericksburg, 44627.

10 year old Black gelding. TSS. $1200. Surrey size. (330) 695-9996.

FOR SALE: Butcher Hogs 200-350lb. Atlee Yoder 5642 CR 59 Millersburg

OLDER RIDING gelding, safe for beginner, 3 white socks and blase, $500. (330) 231-8083. Call evenings.

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6 MO. OLD reg'd black & white filly, 29" tall, very gentle, $250; 5 YR. OLD All American Ingot, pacing bred, fresh, been in buggy a few times, tss, boy's horse, $1400. Call 330-763-4327. 6 KATAHDIN ewe lambs. 7-8 months old. $200. each or all for $1100. Call (330) 279-2041. FOR SALE: Two coming 2 year old Belgian Geldings. Priced to sell. Roy Coblentz, 1165 US 62 Wilmot 330-359-5730

FOR SALE: 4 Year old Gelding. 16.2 Hands. T.S.S. Been in buggy 8 months. Women can drive. 2 white socks and stripe. $1,500. v.m. (330) 276-0045. ONE 4 year old trotter, one 7 year old. Traffic safe & sound. Buggy broke. Both drive nice. Melvin Gingerich, (330) 893-1657. HAFLINGER GELDING, 9 yrs. old, broke to ride & drive, 58" tall, $500. Mervin Raber. (330) 893-1483 FOR SALE: 3 yr. old chestnut crossbred mare, tss, travels good, would make a good surrey horse, $1300. (330) 897-0850 WANTED: TSS gelding that anybody can drive. (330) 359-0290 ext 5.

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FOR SALE. Butcher Hogs from 200-300lb. Oct-Dec. David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.

3 YR old standard bred morgan cross mare, TSS, good traveler. 3 yr old Dutch standard bred cross gelding, TSS, surrey horse, David Shetler, (330) 893-4049.

FOR SALE: 9 yr old black mare. All trot, TSS, takes miles. Needs work. $1500. Daniel E Miller, 3953 TR 414, Dundee, OH 44624.

6 YR old black 16H. Mare by Master Lavec, Lindy Lane. All trot. Women can drive. $1000. (330) 674-0621 ext 1.

FOR SALE: Arabian Mare Horse. Broke to ride and drive. (330) 601-6534

Quarter Horse, 56", in foal to black and white paint, will trade for mini mares. (740) 824-4361.

4 YEAR Old Shihtzu Female, 7 year old Dachshund female. Both for pets $25 each. 330-893-4623

FOR SALE: 2 Angus Heifers $800-900lbs. $900 obo. 330-279-9290 ext. 3.

REGISTERED KATAHDIN ram, good genetics, Scrapies & parasite resistant. $250. (330) 987-3952.

NOTICE. IRONWOOD, Blacksmith is accepting new customers from draft to ponies. Mon.-Sat., will do barn calls. Adam Hershberger, 7797 Buss Rd, Apple Creek, OH 44606. (330) 698-0415 ext 2.

6 YR old chestnut 1/2 Dutch mare, 2 whites, strip, good broke to drive, bred to full Dutch for 2013. (330) 897-5700, ext 4, VM. 1 KATAHDIN/ DORPER cross ram, nice built, tame, has been trowing nice lambs. Trouble free. 5 years old. $180. (330) 674-3987 ext. 1. FOR SALE rubber tire sliding curtain buggy. Good condition. 330-852-4915. 5 yr. old brown & white pony, broke to ride & drive, traffic safe, 40" tall. Daniel Miller. (330) 897-1307x 1.

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FREE 5 month old Roosters, bard rock, golden buff. 6 too many. Leave message 330-378-4902 Nashville. FOR SALE: 5 year old small black p o n y , 36" Broke to ride and drive. $300. (330) 674-5499 x2 8 YR old morgan cross, TSS, women can drive. (330) 674-0809 ext 1. WANTED: Remmington 4-10 gun. State price and condition. 330-893-4211 ext. 1.

BLACK 34 inch 2 year old gelding, good broke to ride & drive, (330) 893-1058. 4 yr old standard bred mare, TSS, mostly trot, upheaded, drives with snug lines, $1300. Michael R. Coblentz 7229 TR 668. MBG (330) 359-5936.


Saturday, November 17, 2012

Chattels: 10:00 AM • Real Estate: 1:00 PM

LOCATION: 6364 and 6370 TR 401 Dundee, OH 44624, between Berlin and Winesburg. At Kauffman Lumber take TR 414 south to TR 401 right to auction. GAS AND OIL RIGHTS ON PARCELS 3 & 4 WILL TRANSfER



An opportunity to buy one or two homes with some land in a great location! The John and Miriam Mast Home includes 2 bedroom home built in 2008 with oak kitchen, pantry, living room, 2 bedrooms, large bathroom with 2 showers and bathtub, entry way and plenty of built-ins for storage. This home has a wide open walkout basement with fruit cellar, 1/2 bath, kitchen for summer canning, etc., plus 20x40 attached garage. Standing seam roof, gas lights throughout and in-floor heat. The 32x116 barn provides room for some animals plus a lot of storage. Parcel #1 is mostly fenced with pasture, large creek and stocked pond on 8.4 acres. Parcel #2 is nearly 8 acres of beautiful woods with some timber. Real estate taxes: 1293.62 per half year. Orin and Anna Lisa’s Home includes good solid 5 bedroom home with oak kitchen and lots of cabinets, living room, dining room, bedroom and full bath on main floor, 4 bedrooms upstairs, plus full walkout basement with kitchen, bathroom and laundry room. Natural gas lights and hot water heat throughout. Also includes nice backyard picnic area, bank barn and shop, grape arbor, shade trees, several springs, pasture and woods. A small orchard was planted with peach, pear, apple, plum, apricot and cherry trees. Real estate taxes: $1092.49 per half. for more photos and info., go to: auctionzip iD #21631. PARCEL #1: 2 bedroom home, barn, pond and 8.4 acres. PARCEL #2: 7.8 wooded acres with 50 foot easement. PARCEL #3: 5 bedroom home, barn, shop and 5 acres. PARCEL #4: 2.4 acre building lot. Everything sells Absolute with no reserves. TERMS: A 10% nonrefundable downpayment due at the auction with balance due at closing. The homes will be sold separately. Buyers will be charged $500 per parcel for survey. frontage and acreage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey and approval by Holmes County. Gas and oil rights do not transfer on Parcels 1 & 2. Announcements at the auction preced all advertisements. Chattels will be listed later. HORSES, DONKEY, RABBITS: Smooth mouth Belgian gelding works with snap; 10 yr. old standard bred mare (good broke); family or older peoples horse; donkey Jenny with baby; Lion head rabbits; 2 bio buggy harnesses; 1 bio pony harness. SKIDLOADER, TOOLS & MISC.: Case 1818 skidloader; Powermax XP 4400 generator; portable air compressor; McD mower for parts; Ariens lawn mower; shop va; water pump; elec. ice cream freezer; handyman jack; cordless drill; ext. ladders; post driver; deer cart; feed cart; leaf blower; chicken shelter; (2) 150 gallon plastic containers; lots of gate panels; (2) 6 hole hog feeders; outside dog kennel; rabbit pen; fence; bursh hog; gas incubator; fence boards; (20)11’ trusses; wheelbarrow, junk piles; Stihl 044 chainsaw; table saw; gas heater. HOUSEHOLD & COLLECTIBLES: 2 hand hewn beams; harpoon; rustic fence boards & posts; Singer sewing machine; wooden table; bookcase; curio cabinet; treadmill; 10’ bench; loveseat; laundry tub; canning jars; 3 burner hot plate; gas lanterns & lamps; kitchenware and more misc. CONSIGNED: Copper kettle; 12 volt fan; generator cart; solar panel; Hitachi 10” radial arm saw with air motor; Delta scroll saw with air motor; Rite Way wood stove; meat grinder; meat saw; table with 8 leaves; 4 oak chairs; reclining sofa; 2 recliners; 36” gas cook stove; oak table with 2 leaves; rocking chair; Singer sewing machine; floor lamps; 50 cal. muzzleloader; 4 camping benches; file cabinet; School desk & AUCTIONEER/REALTOR: Orus Mast, 330-473-9077 chair; lots of books; telescope; more misc. items. LUNCH STAND AUCTIONEER/REALTOR: Vernon Yoder, 330-466-0520 OWNERS: John & Miriam Mast; Orin and Anna Lisa Mast 1008570600 AUCTIONEER: Dean Beachy

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5 year old Registered mare, all trot, not 100% TSS, women can drive, broke single or double, $1750 OBO Daniel Raber, Durstine Rd, Dundee. 330-231-1540. FOR SALE: Trotting mare, 2 year old by son of Conway Hall, Dam Valley Victor, TSS, fresh. (330) 897-0850. FOR SALE: Hackney ponies, mares, colts, some broke reg. Also 2 yr old morgan, has had ground work. Roy Hershberger, (330) 893-4170. Also older dk chestnut morgan mare, drives w/ snap FOR SALE. Ringneck Pheasants, $6. each. Aden Yoder. (330) 893-7313. PULLETS FOR SALE: New Hampshire Red & White Plymouth Rocks, starting to lay in November, $8/ea. (330)473-2053. FOR SALE. Golden Comet pullets from Mt Healthy Hatcheries. $8. each. Abe H Yoder, 30643 TR 213, Fresno, OH 43824. Call (740) 295-5423 ext 1. TEENAGE ARABIAN cross gelding. Great on trails, but not for beginner. Will include bridle. Asking $200. 740-502-9518. FOR SALE: One Cheviot Ram Lamb, born in March $200 9431 CR 216 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 9 YR. old gelding, trotting bred sire: CR Royal Magic; sire of dam-Defiant Yankee, good traveler, boy's horse, $1200. (330) 852-1909 2 YR OLD Chestnut Morgan Gelding, broke single & double. 6 yr old cross-bred Gelding, broke single & double. TSS (330) 231-5219


Household Furnishings

TWIN BED Oak headboard, mattress, box spring, frame. Like new. $350 cash 330-674-7181. LA-Z-BOY LOVE SEAT, 2 recliners, chest, dresser, beds, baby crib-like new, toddler beds, file cabs, 16" new white drawer slides, new deluxe mattress sets. 2529 TR 110. Millersburg. (330) 674-0944. 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. FOR SALE: New dining room table, 42x66-84, 1/4 sawn white oak, mission pedestal w/2 leafs, w/6 matching chairs, Micheals Cherry stain. VM-330 -893-4081 ELECTRIC WASHER AND DRYER, Kerosene Refrigerator, and Kerosene Heater 38000 BTU. (330) 893-2811. WALK-IN FREEZER, 10'x10', wired, shelves, extra outside wooden walls and roof, would make excellent garden tool shed, cooler, freezer, or fodder grower; no compressor. $350 Millersburg 330-473- 7647 cell. CUSHMAN SOLID wood table with pullout extensions & 5 chairs, $400; Chrome Craft table & 5 chairs, $125. (330) 674-9124. LA-Z-BOY LOVE Seat, Dark Jake, England by La-Z-Boy couch, both in good condition. Oak Build in bookcase w/glass door. V.M. 330-893-2832 x2.

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WANTED: Floral Pattern Home & Garden serving bowl set, dinner plats, and mugs. 330-621-8426

MARLIN SLUG gun bolt action 12 ga 3" model 512 w/ scope. Good cond. $275. (330) 893-3775 ext 1.

MOBILE HOME FURNACE (77,000 btu) used 2 seasons. Miller Heating Products (Nordyne). Cost over $2,200. Asking $975. Millersburg 330-473- 7647 cell.

(12) CABELA'S MALLARD decoys, 18", Big Water Series, 8 Drakes & 4 Hens. $40/all. (330) 473-5770.

DELUXE HOWARD MILLER CHERRY grandfather clock. with dark stain from Andreas Furniture. Very good cond. $1300. obo. 330-600-9978. FOR SALE: Bernina Sewing Machine. Model #1020, free arm, in good condition. $475 330-695-9885 leave message FOR SALE: Blue loveseat, very good cond. $350. Michael Miller, 3829 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.


Hunting Fishing

RUEGER Single #6, two models 1-SS $425 1-Blue Walnut $375 1- H&R 22cal. Convertible w/extra long barrel. $250 (330) 893-2832†x3 FOR SALE: Ear corn, by the bag or ton. David Miller, 6392 TR 605, Millersburg. (330) 674-1585

NOTICE Will mount deer antlers on boards for $35; Also, Europeon mounts - $50. Jonathan Weaver - (330) 674-0073 CEDAR VALLEY TAXIDERMY. Call us for your Taxidermy needs. 1/2 mile North of Mt Hope. (330) 473-7590. FOR SALE: New Vortex Excaliber Crossbow, scope, four arrows, Draw Weight 200 pounds, $450. Ivan A. Miller, 8240 TR 654, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Knight 50 Cal D.I.S.C. Muzzle loader Stainless Steel with Scope $435. Eli J. Weaver, 7841 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH. CONNECTICUT VALLEY ARMS, .50-cal muzzle loader, $150. 330-897-0600. DEER SUPPLIES: Full line of deer supplies including attractants, blocks & feeds available at PCS Drive Thru - 5700 Ashland Rd, Wooster. 330-264-5531 FOR SALE: Summit open shot tree stand, good cond. Call (330) 473-2665. RUGER M77 270. Remington 870 20ga Combo. 3T/C Encore Barrels: 12ga Rifle, 12ga Camo Turkey, 20ga Vent Rib. (330) 323-1776. REMMINGTON 870 12ga. 3" mag. w/field barrel and cantilever rifeled slug barrel. and scope. $425. Call (330) 763-1463.

FOR SALE: Ithaca Model 37, Featherlite, 12ga Shot Gun Vent Rib. $295. Eli J. Weaver, 7841 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH. ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $6.00. Eli A Yoder, Charm. (330) 893-2037. FOR SALE: Mossberg 500 12 gauge, excellent condition. Also, wanted female beagle. Must be trained. 330-674-2002 FOR SALE: Remington 870 express super magnum with 4 choke tubes. Pump action, 3 1/2" chamber in good cond. 330-698-0327 REM. 870 12 ga VR 3 in, $375. Mossberg 500A VR with turkey and slug barrels, $375. 330-600-1775. 12 GA MARLIN Slugmaster For Sale with scope $550. Please call 330-204-8691 FOR SALE: Hoyt Trycone compound Bow 30" draw, Trophy Ridge Dropzone rest, quiver, 8 Beaman arrows, soft bow case, $550. Firm 2681 S. Kansas Road, Applecreek Ohio 44606 ATTENTION DEER HUNTERS 123 acres vacant land mostly wooded with pasture and stream. Nice building sites. Lots of deer and turkey. Setting in a valley near Peoli, among Amish. No mineral rights. Southern Tusc. Co., Perry Twp., 10 min. from I-77 at Newcomerstown, OH. Will consider selling in parcels. Contact Jr. @ (330) 340-4786 SUMMIT VIPER tree stand, $175. Irish setter hunting boots, $45. (330) 601-3556. FOR SALE: PSE Nova compound bow 30" draw, $115 330-465-2078


Exmark 48" Walk Behind Mower, hydro, ECS controls (easy to operate) 17HP Kawasaki Engine. Good condition October Special $2,250.Call Joe 330-852-3029 FOR SALE: JDL120 20HP Garden Tractor with 48" deck and blade. $1,200 OBO (330) 674-0730. VINYL STORAGE Barns, Built to last. 2012 lot models on sale. Also 8x12 Wood Barn. Affordable Barn Co. ltd, Mt. Hope (330) 674-3001 PASTURE FED Steer, Approx 850 lbs. $800 330-279-9092.

MATTHEWS Outback Compound bow 28" draw, ripcord rest, Matthews quiver, Apex sight, arrows, release. Also, Matthews 2-pc. quiver. 330-695-2467

FOR SALE: 2009 Hustler Trimstar, 48" cut, 47 hours, like new! $3600. 567-203-9159.

FOR SALE: Horton Explorer Crossbow, $275--includes scope. (330) 567-5963 ext. 1.


Miscellaneous Merch.

FLATBED WAGON, new beams, treated 2" x 6" spaced floor has foot high sides, $325 Holmesville 330-473-7647. POST HOLE Digger, 3 pt, 12" auger, pto, heavy duty Danuser model F-8, good working condition. $1,150 obo. Holmesville. 330-473-7647.


FOR SALE: 30x48 Hogbarn pole building to be taken down. Also, Windmill with 3 legged tower. Make an offer. Robert J. Hershberger, 6750 E. Moreland Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627

All types of chimney relining: gas, oil, wood & coal.

HILAND SUPPLY CO. LTD. 3878 CR 135, Millersburg, OH 44654 • 330-893-4724


FOR SALE: Sundazer freezer, like new, inside measurement 16 wide x 25 long x 25 deep, 12 or 24 volt, $950. (330) 852-9030. SELF DUMPING hopper, 4' deep by 5' wide, $900/obo. (330) 852-2864. CREEKSIDE FASHIONS to Furniture. Juicer, steamer, cookware, coffee maker, canners, Victorio strainer, mixer, silverware/plates/serving bowls, Twin & Full size beds, couches, dresser, crib, hall tree, metal cab stands, treadmill, new school coverings, 2 tropical Mutza suits. 2438 SR 643, Baltic 330-275-4048. FOR SALE: Double Anderson Window. 91-3/4" x 56-3/4". Used, still in good condition. Full Screen. Daniel I Shetler, 330-852-3070 x2 BEAUTIFUL CORNER curio, 3 styles of Princess House goblets, china tea pots, baseball cards. Make offer. 330-852-0919. GLASS FIREPLACE Doors 32"x48". $75 Hammered Copper Kitchen Sink, $300. 330-763-0387 FERTILIZER SPREADER, cone shaped, 3 point, pto, used very little, good working condition. $225. Millersburg. 330-473-7647. FOR SALE: Large Hitzer Wood Stove, $300, also Newer Hitzer with glass door, good cond., $550. Robert Barkman. 12862 C.R. 316, Big Prairie, OH 44611. 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 CORNHOLE GAMES & ACCESSORIES Custom boards featuring wildlife, sports teams, business logos (employee gift idea), personal photos, or your ideas. Corn Bags, Durable storage bags, & scoreboards also available. Can be delivered. Quantity discounts. PH# 330-279-9046. WANTED: EASY entry pony cart. State price and condition. Leave message at (330) 674-1557 ext. 3.

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CHICKEN CRATES, heavy duty plastic, UV protected, stackable, top access door, spring-loaded latch, hold 10 broilers. 24" x 36" x 11-1/2". Used very little, like new condition. 10 available. $48 each. Millersburg 330-473-7647.

Miscellaneous Merch.


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8912 TR 609 Fredericksburg, OH, 44627 • 330-695-2012 VM

• Solar02800 PanelsAD12695669 - 15-215 watt 216 • Charge Controllers 10082279 • Inverters (AIMS, Power Bright, Magnum, Outback) • Batteries US Battery • Wind Turbines 400 watt-20 kw • Gridtie & Offgrid - Solar Systems • Wiring for Houses, Shops & Barns

5425 CR 77 • Millersburg, OH 44654


5 HAND Hewn Pine beams 8'x8'x16' $25 each. Portable Emglo Air Compressor with Honda Motor. $500 330-893-1519


Office Equipment

FOR SALE: DS Circulator, hard coal stove, very good cond. $600. Daniel E Miller, 3953 TR 414, Dundee, OH 44624.

LEXMARK X73 Copier/fax machine. Like new. 330-674-6304

ANTIQUE HOWARD Treadle sewing machine. Spartan table top sewing machine & Avon collectibles. 330-231-2813


16' UTILITY Trailer Brand New, Tandem axle, w/brakes, fold down ramp gate 7000# GVW $2,100. Call Joe 330-852-3029

FOR SALE: YORKIE female AKC. Born Sept. 20 out of 4 lb. parents. Pointed ears. Shots and wormed. Very cute pet, $400. 330-893-7906

POLY TANK for truck bed, yellow Raven brand 325 gallon, 3" PVC valve and rigid hose. $275. Millersburg, 330-473-7647.

FOR SALE: Black Tan Cross Coonhound Pup. Mother is a excellent Coonhound. Call after 5pm (330) 464-3912.

FOR SALE: Sleigh, very good condition, new paint job, $750. (330) 897-0142

FOR SALE: Siamese Male Kittens. Had shots and wormed. No papers. $75 Call 330-893-3836

FOR SALE: Top buggy, fair cond. $900. (330) 466-8574.

AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD puppies, $35. each. (330) 674-7454.

FOR SALE: Surrey, good condition. Roy

BROWNING Gold Hunter, walnut stock, 12 GA, 3.5", excellent condition. $725. 330-473-2320

WANT DRIVER to take 3-4 people deer. Driver can hunt. 330-359-5715

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Pets Supplies

SALE: 400Watt Air-X Wind Tur- AKC REG Boxer Puppies, born 9-10-12, Lawn & Garden Yoder, 4808 TR 367, Millersburg, OH FOR bine. With mounting poles. (330) tails, dew claws, shots and de-wormed. 3 44654. 330-893-3087 ext 1

LEAF And Grass Bagger System for John Deere Lawn Tractor. $400 330-763-0387


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USED WASTE Oil Furnace with bower, needs welding, otherwise good shape. 330-893-2340 FOR SALE: Stihl chain saw MS250 $125. Also, Marlin 17 HMR rifle NIB W/3x9 scope, $325. Mervin, 2789 TR 406, 330-893-0153 V.M.

WHITE KITCHEN sink, heavy cast iron, taken out of old farmhouse. 330-852-4642 FOR SALE: ELECTRIC HOSPITAL bed with side rails, $150. 330-674-5618 x1 20 GAL. cast iron kettle in very good cond. Jonas MC Yoder, 33320 TR 231, Baltic. (330) 897-1295 ext 1. WANTED: LARGE pony cart in good condition. Also saddle, state price. David H. Miler, 3925 CR 200, Fredericksburg, OH 44627


FOR SALE Pony cart with wooden wheels and a large pony harness. 1 horse wagon with brakes, air tires, seat and springs. Also Buggy Harness. Leave message (330) 674-0636 WILL STORE your boats, small campers. 94" x 154" opening. Heated, $1.50 a day. Joseph Troyer, 7951 TR 563, Holmesville, OH 44633 1000 WATT Honda Generator 3500 Watt Honda Generator. Direct Drive. Good Condition. 330-567-0081 x2.

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: 6 ft. x 10 ft. chain link pen with roof. Good condition, $250. 330-674-0393

WALNUT, CHERRY & oak lumber, $2. b.f. Also lots of assorted turning stock. 330-279-2852.

POLY TANK for truck bed, yellow Raven brand 325 gallon, 3" PVC valve and rigid hose. $275. Millersburg, 330-473-7647.

FOR SALE: 55 gallon plastic barrels with lids. Schwinn 3 wheeled bicycle. Also new Raleigh bicycles, boys & girls, 21 spd. (330) 674-0636, lv msg.

Hobart Welder, ancient, trailer mounted, 4cyl flathead, gas engine, no leads, as is. $750 (330)600-0412.

BLODGETT DOUBLE Commercial oven, $750 OBO 330-897-1233

LIKE NEW, SPECIALIZED 24 spd road bike. Front light and back light. $600. (330) 897-3306 ext 1.

FOR SALE: Foundation Sandstone on pallets, Ready to go. Hand-Hewn Wooden beams. (330) 852-8807.

FOR SALE: 35 gal Copper Kettle with stand. $400. (330) 674-2500.

FOR SALE: Gast Air Clipper with Sunbeam Stewart Blades, works good. $100.00 obo. Robert Barkman. 12862 C.R. 316, Big Prairie, OH 44611. FOR SALE: 5-HP Honda engine with electric start, good condition, $200/obo. Robert Barkman. 12862 C.R. 316, Big Prairie, OH 44611. 8'x8' wooden playhouse with door & 1 window, shingle roof, $550/obo. (330) 852-2864. CHAIN LINK Fence. 100' x 4', gate and posts $125 OBO 330-276-0140.

FOR SALE: steel fence posts. $1.25 ea. 2 Allstar 6500 Garge Door openers, 1/2 HP, 1 1/3 HP All-O-Matic Garage Door opener. $50 ea. 330-893-1636 FOR SALE: Deep well, jet pump. Used 4 years. $400 (330) 698-0460 FOR SALE: Two Piston Air Motors with oiler and regulator wash machine setup, $200.00/obo. Robert Barkman. 12862 C.R. 316, Big Prairie, OH 44611. WORD PROCESSOR SERVICES Word processors, Quickbooks & misc. setup & tutoring. WP Solutions, Mark Miller (Holmesville) PH# 330-763-1589.

fawn and white males, 2 white males, 2 dark brindle males. $350 330-276-0140. AKC HAVANESE puppies. Black & white Chocolate, DOB 7/15/12. Males, $225. Call 330-473-9355, Joseph Millers. FOR SALE: 1 male, 2 females, NKC registered beagles out of champion parents. Runs rabbits. Also two 4 mo old males. Call after 3 pm. (330) 401-8958.

FOR SALE: 5 TOY TERR., 7 weeks old. 330-893-2521. FOR SALE: Older Beagle female for pet only, very friendly! $50. (330) 567-5963 ext. 1. YORKIE-SHON male, 8 weeks old, $175 (330) 897-1459 FOR SALE. 2 Chihuahua females & 1 male, AKC registered, 4-5 years old, $150. each. Also Bernese Mountain Dog, 3 years old, no papers, $350. All good mothers. (330) 674-9900 ext 1. ACA German Shepherd female, Black & Tan, 18 months. $850 OBO (330) 231-2821 BEAGLE PUPS, 2-1/2 mo. old, out of exc. running stock. Call 330-852-1902. PET DELIVERY. Economical. Professional. Courteous. Humane. Weekly to East Coast. 419-961-0576 Please leave name. WANTED: BREEDING age AKC Dachshund, male, proven. Solid color preferred. (330) 897-2907 ext 3. AKC ENGLISH bull dog male. Proven breeder, red & white, $800. (330) 674-2422. PUGGLE PUPS, shots, wormed, black and fawn, family raised. $150 plus tax. 330-763- 0551. SHIH-TZU / Terrier puppies, born Sept. 1st, $100. (330) 674-7454.

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SIBERIAN HIUSKY pups, AKC, black & white, blue eyes, shots & wormed, 1 male, 4 females, $350-$425. Phone (330) 466-7381.

HUSKY MIXED, 6 months, male, healthy, friendly, good with children and other animals. Needs a good home. Small re-homing fee. 330-279-9099.

BREED SELL out. AKC Cavaliers, 1 male, tri, 2 females, ruby, all are 2 years old, $1100. for all. Also proven 3 yr old AKC Parti color Yorkie male, $300. One 6 month old AKC Yorkie male, $200. Call (330) 359-5685.

YOUNG BREEDING stock. 2 Pug females, 7 month old AKC, 2 Puggle-Bulldog, female, 7 months old. 3 Lab males, 8 months old, AKC Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314.

BREED SELL OUT. AKC Cavaliers, 2 males proven, $500. each obo. 1 female, $375. obo. (330) 695-2026, Robert Yoder, 9030 South Kansas Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. FOR SALE: Family raised Blue Heeler Cocker Spaniel - Boxer cross puppies. $50 (330) 231-1758. FOR SALE: 6 year old Walker female coonhound, unregistered. Good track dog. $200.00. Call (330) 359-6351, leave message. 3/4 ENGLISH Bulldog, Female 1 year old. Puggle Female 2 years old. Eli Weaver (330) 623-3772†x1 MALE BERNESE Mountain dog for stud service. $350. (330) 695-2153. BREED SELL OUT! - AKC Yorkies4 females & 1 male. 330-359-5143 WILD DUCKS, Mandarins, Shilo Wigeans, & Europeon Shell Ducks. 330-893-0423 ext 2. LEVI MILLER 7866 Frease Rd, Fredericksburg Oh 44627. 6 wk old Coon Hound Puppies 3/4 Black & Tan, 1/4 Border Collie. 330-695-2486 ACA Registered TeaCup Yorkie Puppies, family raised, Female $600, Male $450. 330-897-0149 vm. FOR SALE: 1 year old Beagle female, runs rabbits. Also 10 month old female, started. (330) 674-1879, Daniel E. Miller FOR SALE: Dog kennels. (330) 897-5700 ext. 1. AKC 1 ruby and 1 blk. & tan Cavalier males, 4 mo old. Also AKC, 3 females, 2 males Wheaton Terriers, 4 mo old. (330) 893-1621 ext. 4, L.M. Three 12 wk Pom-Poodle. 1 male. $100 ea. One 8 wk old Puggle-Bulldog, Male $100. One 4 year old ACA Cream Poodle, Male, Proven Breeder, $250. One 2 year old Black-White Toy Poodle, Male. Very Friendly, pet only. $25. One 1-1/2 year Rat Terrier-Minpin, Female, Black-White, $60. All reasonable offers considered. (330) 897-0326. FOR SALE Pure Breed Boxer puppies. 330-601-6534. 5 YR old registered Bluetick male. Sire Hornet Blue Little Guy. Trees its own coon. Don't have time to hunt anymore. 330-275-0164. 6 mo. old male Blue Heeler & Sheba cross, good watch dog. Daniel Miller. (330) 897-1307x 1. 6 WEEK OLD Mixed Terrier Puppies. Shots and wormed $20 each. Aden Schlabach, Charm 330-893-0026 For Sale: AKC Boston Terrier puppies, ready in 5 wks, wormed up to date, will have shots. $350. Henry Hershberger 330-893-0029

FOR SALE: 2 AKC Norwegian elkh o u n d , females, 2 1/2 yrs old. 1 AKC elkhound male, 2 yrs old. Used to raise puppies. 1 yellow lab female, 1 1/2 yrs old, unregistered. 5 yr old walker elkhound cross, female, works good with other dogs. Daniel I Shetler, 330-852-3070 ext 2. FOR SALE: 2 Male Beagles. Started on rabbit. 11 month old. 1 Female Beagle 4 years old. Runs rabbits. (330) 852-8029. FOR SALE: Colorful Laso-Poo puppies. Born Aug. 12, 2012. Call (330) 674-1945. BOSTON BEAGLE female - 11 months, black and white. Bigger, never been bred. Andrew Miller, 330-567-2233 V.M. BEAGLE PUPPY Male, 7wks old. Has shots & wormed. $50 Atlee Barkman, (330) 897-8460. FOR SALE: 4 year old English Bulldog male, proven. $1200. (330) 698-0460 TWO YEAR old Yorkie Female, also older AKC Beagle, Female, runs rabbits. Marty Miller (330) 897-1384†x1 FOR SALE: 1 year old Beagle just started. $30. OBO. 330-763-4319. FOR SALE: white Shihtzu poodle female. Good with children, $150 OBO. Call anytime 330-695-9875 ####### 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. ####### PURE BRED Jack Russell Terriers, born Aug. 13, 2012. Family raised, parents on site. $195. each. Great Christmas gift. Delivery available. Call (330) 763-1348. ACA. 2 year old Pom Male. ACA 2 year old Maltese Male. For cross-breeding. AKC Japanese Chin Male, Champion Blood Line. All males are proven. 330-674-2737, ext.1. SMALL YORKIE female. 3 years old, ACA registered, negative Brucellosis test $300 OBO. 330-893-1953

FOR SALE: SIAMESE KITTEN, female, not registered, Make Offer. Call 330-401-9899. FOR SALE: 1 year old walker coonhound. male. Out of Mochoe. Call 330-674-3999 ext 1. ACA PUG puppies: 9 weeks old, 2 females, 1 male. One 6 month old male. 330-473-2545 AKC BLACK & white Parti Poodle, female. 8 weeks old, shots & wormed. (330) 893-1132.. AKC Beagle pups. Other reg'd. Coonhounds for sale. 740-824-4692.

HAVE Toy Fox Terrier for stud service, $50. (330) 695-9310. WANTED: AKC Miniature longhaired Dachshund for stud service or would consider buying. Call 330-674-0498 ext. 1 FOR SALE: 3 Chocolate Lab females, 1 has 4 choc. female puppies, 6 wks old. Shots and wormed; Also 1 Maltese female and 1 light colored Yorkie female, both have small face and pointed ears, make nice pets. 330-674-7434 FOR SALE: Siberian Husky females, (1) 6 mo. old & (1) 3 yrs. old, gray & white Reason for selling--too many dogs. (330) 674-1597

For Sale: ACA Yorkie Male, born 4-18-2008. weighed 4lb 14oz. Proven. Norman Raber VM (330) 473-5127. 12 WEEK old Puggle puppies. Call (330) 897-1295 ext 1.

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NICE LOVABLE 10 wk. old Beagle-mix puppies for sale - $20/obo. Call (330) 695-2128 MIN PIN/Yorkie cross pups, wormed & vaccinated, house raised. Mother also for sale. $100. each cash only. 330-234-7213. AKC HAVANESE approx. 11 wks old, Male Puppies. $200OBO. 330-674-2871. WANTED: AKC Sable Collie Breeder male. (330) 231-6931 FOR SALE: AKC German Shepherd puppies, black and tan, long haired, born 9/6/12. 330-600-1910. 3 YR old AKC Cavalier female Blenheim, $300. Call ducks, $5.00 each.. Call (330) 897-2412.

FOR SALE single & double rabbit hutches. Aaron Miller, (330) 279-2114. ENGLISH BULLDOG Puggle Female. 7 months old. Also Beagle Female, good mother and Puggle female, good mother. CALL 330-279-2102. 1 Yorkie &1 Maltese male, 3 mo. old both ACA, cute and energetic. Leave message (330) 893-1016 WANTED Young Flemish Giant Doe. Joas Hershberger, 3586 TR 124 Millersburg, OH (330) 893-4081. 2 AKC Maltese males, born 5/30/12. $200. obo. (740) 392-0639 ext 1.

AKC YORKIE puppies, 2 males, 3 females, born 6/5/12 and 7/9/12, $225 males, $250. females, obo. AKC Maltese puppies, 2 males, 1 female, born 8/6/12, $200 males, $225. female, obo. All had shots & wormed. (740) 392-0639 ext 1. FOR SALE: BB RED Hens & roosters & hen with chicks; also, pair of homing pigeons. (330) 897-1485. FOR SALE: Black Lab puppies, born Aug. 26, 2012, 1 male, 2 females. Noah Yoder, $75 (330) 893-2060. FOR SALE: Cavalier male Blenheim, 8 mo. old. Apri Register. Ph. 330674-1632.

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

Tuesday, november 6, 2012 5:00 p.m.

Pedal Tractors * Ertl Toys * 300 + Lots 8+ PedAL TrAcTors incLuding: Ford TW-20; Ford 8000; Ford TW-5; Farmall Super M; Farmall 400; Farmall 560; and more. 300+ LoTs of: Ertl toys including International, Ford, Firestone, JD, Allis-Chalmers, Minneapolis-Moline and more; old Tonka toys, some new in box; 50+ tractors 1/64 scale including Massey 4x4, (3) IH 4x4, Ford FW60 4x4, Big Bud, Stagger Panther 4x4;1/16 scale including International 5288, Case IH 3294 (red & white); White tractor; Farmall 706 series Firestone, (2) Ford 901 Firestone series, Farmall H, Ford 8N, Ford 9N, and more; 2 Buckeye trucks, Pet Food & Horse Feed; 2 tractor haulers, Case & International; semis; trucks & more. noTe: This will be a cataloged sale. For catalog visit or call 330-852-4111.

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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

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AKC TINY TOY Poodles, 1 male, 1 female, approx. 4-5 lbs. full grown, small petite features, vet checked, health papers, exc. grade knees, well socialized & started with training; AKC 9-wk. apricot standard Poodle male pup, vet checked, health papers, adorable, well-mannered. 740-545-5047. Rabbits; Bunnies; Rex, Mini Rex, Lion Heads, Dwarf, wh. Perkins, call ducks. Esther Yoder, 4252 TR 628 Millersburg, OH 44654. Ph. 330-674-1900 UKC TREEING Walker Coonhound puppies. Mom is 1/2 sister of Mr. Clean. Nite Champion parents. 740-824-4692. Australian Shepherd mix, blue merle and tri-color, males and females. $50 and down. 330-763-0123.

Tools Machinery

Dewalt 12" slide compoind mitre saw $300; BilJax caster & levelers, $50 for all; Full Face respirator, $50; Kremlin/Grace finish system $500. Call (330) 852-2466. GRIGGO 5 heads, 7", many templates and knives and extra heads. $9,500. 30HP Ogam Straight Line Gang Rip Saw. $7,000. Casida 36" over arm router, vacuum hold down. $1,200. US Concepts SAS110 Circle top molder. $3,500. 15HP Dust Collector w/return air plenums. $1,000. All equipment is 3PH. (419) 308-2129. 2000 HONDA generator and 175 watt Wobble light. Both work good. Make Offer. 330-893-4140

Tools Machinery

Commercial Sander 37" width, Sanding Master, 2 heads, line shaft drive with air clutch, air tracking and controls. $2,700 (330) 600-0412.

LIKE NEW Deluxe Ariens Snowblower, six speed, $1000. (330) 231-6859

#2 MEADOWS Automatic Sawmill, log turner, log deck, good condition, $9800. 330-340-4863.

GENERATOR 3800Watt 6.5HP, Works good. $275. Daniel Raber, Durstine Rd, Dundee. 330-231-1540.

SHP QUINCY Air Compressor, mounted with 18HP Vanguard motor, electric start. Call 330-897-0681


Mt Hope Machine Prototype, Production, Fabrication, Machining Since 1994

Toy Auction

FOX TERRIER puppies, 6 weeks old, $30. each. Family raised. Very cute. Joseph Miller, (330) 695-9937.

WANTED TO TRADE: 6 lb. Yorkie male or 11 lb. Parti Yorkie male for Boston Terrier female. 330-567-0081 ext.2 FOR SALE: Boston Bulldog male, 16 mo. old, proven, Roman Yoder, (740) 622-0072.

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

• Cast Iron Repair • Powder Spray Welding • Stainless Welding for Dairy and Food Production

Ivan Miller • 4220 Twp Rd 628 Millersburg, OH • 330.674.1866

Gun Auction

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

Friday, November 9, 2012 5:30 p.m.

120+ * Shotguns * Rifles * Pistols * Ammo * Gun Cabinets Guns Including: Remington Model 788 .30-30; BSA .243 Win.: Marlin Model 1894 .38-40; Henry .22 Lever Action; Sako Model 75 7mm STW; Ruger 10/22 .22; Winchester Model 275 .22 Mag.; Savage Model 110 .223 Rem.; Puma Model 92 .357 Mag.; Remington Nylon 10-C .22; Browning Auto-5 12 ga.; Remington 870 Wingmaster 12 ga. (3); Browning BPS 12 ga.; Beretta Model BL-1 12 ga. O/U; Ithaca Model 37 12 ga.; Ithaca Model 66 12 ga. Super –Single; Savage Fox Model B 20 ga.; Spartan by Remington 12 ga. SxS; Beretta Model FS-1 12 ga.; Colt 1911-A1 .45 ACP; Smith & Wesson Model 3 Schofield .45 S&W; Ruger Super Red-Hawk .45 Colt / .454 Casull; Smith & Wesson Model 681 .357 Mag.; Ruger MKII .22; Colt 1908 .380 ACP; Colt 1903 .32 ACP. + lots of Single Shot .22 Rifles & 12 ga., 20 ga., & .410 Shotguns. Ammo & Misc.: Horton Hunter Supreme Crossbow w/ Tasco scope – arrows; 6+ misc. BB guns; ammo including – 38 special; 32 auto; 45; 222; 22 WMR; 25 auto; 243; 28 ga.; 12 ga; 20 ga.; 410.; 4 wooden gun cabinets. Note: A nice selection of guns from one individual consigner. We will have approx. ½ hour of smalls and ammo and should be on guns by 6:00pm. Guns will be cataloged. For a gun catalog visit or call 330-852-4111. Terms: Cash, Check, or any major credit card with proper identification. 3% buyers premium but will be waived for cash sales.

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Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612 10072305

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DELTA DUST Collector w/hydraulic motor, $400; Also, Delta 50-852 Dust Collector, 2700-CFM @ 3450 RPM, 240V, sgl. phase, draws 3000W, no surge startup, can be run with 5000W generator, $750. (330) 893-3186 / VM.

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TWO CORNELL blowers. New cond. 10"x9", $800 ea. 3 cyl. Isuzu engine used very little, $1800 with clutch and control panel. 330-674-0646 FOR SALE: 2 generators, 2400 watt & 3000 watt. Both run nice. $300 each. Eli D. Miller, (330) 893-1336 ext 2.



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Tools Machinery 355

TROY-BILT LEAF Vac, walk behind, self propelled. John Deere GT242 Tractor $750, Good Condition. $1700. Prairie Engine, 7833 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH 44611 10,000W Marathon generator with older Kabota diesel--would sell separate, $1100. (330) 695-9376.

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Wanted to Buy 355

BUYING GUITARS, banjos, old amplifiers, saxophones, accordions, synthesizers, drum sets, snare drums, lap steels, old stereos & most other older musical instruments. Call Mike 330-367-7100.

WANTED TO BUY: White gas floor lamps. State Price & Location. Eli J. Weaver, 7841 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH. WANTED: Frame for 13' trampoline. 330-893-4157

WANTED: Good used boy's buggy, sliding doors, prefer LED lights. 330-567-9348

WANTED: NATURAL gas incubater. Will pay good if works. Call 330-695-9977

WANTED: BY permission or lease: Creeks & ponds for trapping muskrat this Fall. Also buying all scrap metal. 330-407-7796.

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

CASH FOR hand guns, rifles, shot guns, ammunition. Priv. collector buying. Scott, 330- 603-7550. Free appraisals.

WANTED TO buy: Phone Shanty. Please state price and condition. (330) 359-0206


PICTURESQUE 40 ACRE FARM WAyNE COUNTy - CLINTON TWP. - TRIWAy SCHOOLS Will sell on location 8179 S. Jefferson Rd. Shreve, OH. From Wooster take SR 3 SW to SR 226 then south 5.7 miles to Force Rd. Turn west on Force Rd. 1/4 mile to S. Jefferson Rd. turn north to driveway on left. The farm lies in the NW corner of the intersection.

TUES. AFTERNOON • NOV. 20TH, 2012 • 3:30 pm

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Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

LOcAtiOn: Kaufman Auction House next to 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

Monday, november 5, 2012 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools AntiqueS/cOLLectibLeS: Hummel figurines; Roseville; Hall and McCoy pottery; 17 jewel W. H. Hines West Salem Ohio pocket watch; 21 jewel Hamilton pocket watch; 2 sterling rings; several pocket knives; wooden baseball bats; cast iron horse; Fostoria coin dot; pedal car; over 40 pieces Millersburg glass including: diamond tumbler, peacock, Ohio star vase, green little star bowls; Ohio star salt and pepper. HOuSeHOLd/FuRnituRe: large wooden butcher block; metal filing cabinet; wooden rocker; sofa; love seat; end tables; dressers; kitchen tables; wooden desk; stand-alone jewelry chest; large pottery planters; recliners; go cart; early library table; curio; hall bench; skis and ski equipment; golf clubs; wooden swivel bar stools; Step 2 plastic toy box; new 9 QT chafing dishes; bins of returned and overstocked Christmas items; wood burning fireplace stove w/ insulated pipes; hall tree chair. tOOLS: broadcast spreaders; hand tools; 2 outboard motors; Honda FX 1000 portable generator. nOte: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, November 2. For more information contact David Conn, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. teRMS: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales. New Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 8:00-10:30 and noon to 4:00

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Trades Welcome • STOP IN TODAY or give us a call for a “GREAT DEAL” on any used Car, Mini Van, SUV or Truck.

6 OR 8 FT WORK BENCH with drawers in good cond. (330) 279-2609. WANTED: SAFE standard bred horse for older people. Abe A Troyer Jr., 115 Pleasant Valley Rd. NW, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. (330) 852-2255 VM. BUYING JUNK Batteries, ele. motor's, copper, brass, aluminum, farm machinery, appliances, cars, truck. 330-279-2142, Marvin Miller. WANTED USED chicken plucker. Leave price and condition on message 330-893-1016.

WANTED: Any small engines, running or not running Phone (330) 674-0730.

REAL ESTATE: Really nice Case 885 D. tractor w/Case 55 loader, 3 pt. ps, shows 1012 hrs. and looks the part; Ford 9N tractor w/3 pt.; Good NH mod. 451 3 pt. 7’ sickle bar mower; Woods Cadet 60 3 pt. rotary mower; old rubber tired running gear; Dixon mod. 4423 ZTR mower purchased new in ’98 (You know that special country place that you’ve got pictured in your mind or that place that you’ve driven by and said to yourself, if that is ever for sale, I’d like to buy it? It is now for sale just north of Shreve, OH at public auction. The improvements setting back off the road in a park like setting with a woodlot to the north include the two-story farmhouse built in 1858 that has had several updates and additions over the years. The home has 2768 sq. ft. of finished living area. The 1748 sq ft. on the first floor features a country kitchen & pantry, utility room w/washer dryer hook-ups, a dining room, a full bath, a bedroom, a sewing room, an office area and a family room with fireplace. Upstairs are two finished BR’s, one large unfinished BR and a full bath. There is also an attached oversized two-car garage. The home is heated by a natural gas F/A furnace and enjoys free gas from an existing well on the farm. There is commercial gas available. The home also has central A/C and a natural gas automatic standby generator. The décor of the home is 70’s but is in move in condition. The outbuildings include an old bank barn that is need of some repair plus a nice pole barn/workshop/storage shed combination. Drive by and pick up a brochure from the information box at the driveway or access more detailed information on the website , then take a closer look at the open house. PARCEL 1: The farmstead and 20.312 Acres w/711 ft. of frontage on S. Jefferson Rd. There is a mix of tillable land, pasture, and woods on this parcel. PARCELS 2 – 5: These are all 5.1 acre vacant parcels with excellent building sites and over 300’ of frontage on Force Rd.. All have open tillable land and three have wooded areas. OPEN HOUSE AND INSPECTION: The home and buildings will be open for inspection on Sunday afternoon Nov. 4th from 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Other appointments are available by calling Steve Andrews @ 330-465-8498 – Seth Andrews @ 330-4665471 Real Estate Showcase Wooster @ 330-674-6888 or Millersburg @ 330-674-7610. You may walk the vacant parcels at your convenience. TAX & LEGAL: Parcel No. 19-00231.000 The taxes on this farm based on CAUV values are currently $876.80 per half year and will be pro-rated to the day of closing. The seller will provide a Warranty Deed and Certificate of Title at her expense and will offer to split the fee for an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance. Immediate possession will be given at closing. TERMS: We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance to be paid in full at closing within 45 days. There are no financing contingencies. SURVEy & MINERALS: The buyer will be assessed a fee of $500.00 per parcel to help offset the cost of the survey. The mineral rights transfer to the new owner subject to the lease of record. There is a producing well on the property. NOTE: The farm will be offered in parcels and in combination and sell the way it brings the most. I think this is one of the nicest small farms that I have had the Auction Conducted By: privilege of selling in a long time. MILDRED M. HOOPS TRUST, OWNER Judith L. Geog, Trustee


WANTED: USED full size mattress set in good condition. Call (330) 600-9260 VM.

YOU GOT scrap, we got cash. Pickups and dropoffs avail. No equip. or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980.


We have Mini & Full Size Vans!

Wanted to Buy

ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. 330-275-7980 BUYING ALL GUNS, pistols, rifles, shotguns & access. Private buyer. Woody 330-819-3274 DOZER WITH WINCH preferably a D4G Cat or a John Deere 650, other kinds might work as well. All calls welcome. (330) 674-2500. GOOD USED buggy with stormfront & half round on wheels, preferably with child seat. Yoder, (330) 695-9873. WANTED EASY entry pony cart with basket and lights. v.m. (330) 695-2250 WANTED: Case silo filler pipe. Also Stainless Steel milk cans. Atlee Yoder 5642 CR 59 Millersburg Wanted to buy. Used garden tiller, preferably Troy-Bilt, in good/excellent condition. 330- 893-4176.


Home Condo For Sale

3 BEDROOM 2 bath Ranch home with full basement,propane heat,central AC with attached 2 car garage & paved driveway for sale in hills of Glenmont. New roof,siding,doors & gutters.Total of 5 acres with excellent hunting ground.Built in 1995. Please call after 3:30 pm or leave message 330-377-9817

FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2.5 bath, split level house with 2 car attached garage on 5.11 acres. New windows & roof. In-ground pool. Storage building. 4418 E Messner Rd, Wooster. 330-466-7907.


Mobile Home For Sale

3 BR, 2 bath on 3.5 acres. East Holmes SD. Walnut Creek Township. 2189 TR 415, Dundee, OH. Also 2 storage barns. (330) 473-5685 or (330) 893-9812.

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WINTER STORAGE for Boat & RV's. Winesburg. Call for price & details. (330) 618-9246

TREATED LUMBER fence boards, fence posts, 1x4, 1x6, 1x8, 2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x6, 6x8, 8x8, length up to 20 ft, more sizes available! 330-763-4614

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

Mobile Home Rentals

NEWER MOBILE HOME, 607 N. Spring, Loudonville, A/C. Assist animals only. Appliances & W/D. Nice condition. $400/mo. (419) 827-2211.



Chimney Sweeps

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

WANTED: Place to rent. Rather in country within 20 mi of Fredericksburg. Basement OK. Text me @ 330-749-1465.


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.

Demos 08650&AD12337327 144 Rentals 66480 Available


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


Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813

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WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or 330-390-0164.

Cleaning CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm


AMISH GIRL looking for evening clean-

FOR SALE: 2000 Chevy Cavalier, 2-dr., 138k, needs a little work--not much, new starter, $1000/obo. Call 330-473-8336. 1999 DODGE Avenger. Runs good, great for winter. 170,000 miles. Call 330-763-3014 after 4 PM

Has own 330-231-8084.



Health Fitness

ALMOST NEW Impex deluxe elliptical trainer, $150 firm. Call 330-317-4410

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

1997 FORD Taurus wagon, 138,000 miles, $1500. (330) 231-7185.


GORILLA PAINTING. We still have openings to schedule exteriors. Save big on "pre holiday" interiors. Call for details. See us on Facebook. Gorilla Painting Contractors 330-231-3541



PERFECTION NATURAL Gas floor model heaters. $150 ea. 330-231-0797

clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048.



Graphic Design Solutions Custom Business Form-Booklets-Flyers Twin Pine Printing Ph 330-359-2453 - Fax 330-359-0106


Roofing & Spouting

MAST BUILDERS ROOFING, shingle & steel roofs. Certainteed Certified. Insured. Free Estimates. Call 330-465-2021.

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

1995 HONDA Accord, new brakes, newer tires, newer paint job, needs a little work, $1400. obo. Call (330) 243-1410. 1990 DODGE DYNASTY, 4-dr., 95k mi., great work car, 2 winter tires & 2 new front tires, $1500. Call 330-897-2341.






RVs & Campers

FOR SALE. Truck camper, $600. Coshocton. (330) 204-4023.


Trucks SUVs

2004 DODGE Dakota Club Cab SLT 4x4 Good condition Gold. 141,000 Miles. Very well maintained $6,900. Call 330-674-1189 after 5pm.

28542 TR 194, FResNo Great country location with 4 BR home 24x32 garage, small barn, fenced pasture, 1 acre pond, woods and mineral rights on 9.14 acres. $149,900 steve Maag 330-763-4769

8450 N. MaRkeT sT, MT. eaToN Great Investment buy on this triplex sitting on nearly ½ acre next to park. $89,900 steve Maag


2001 Ford Ranger XLT 4WD Ext. Auto, w/cap, AC, White, Runs good $4,000 OBO 330-276-5891. 1998 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 Newer head gaskets and lots of other parts. Runs good. $3200 OBO 330-473-0184 after 3:30pm

Tree Service

HAVE DOWN tree? I will clean up & removal or split & stack. (330) 635-4198.

Baucher auction Kaufman auction house 3149 Sr 39, Millersburg oh

Location: Kaufman Auction House next to 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.

thursday, november 8, 2012 10:00 a.M.

Furniture* Antiques* Collectibles Antiques/Collectibles: Maple Dining room table, 3 Drawer chest w/drop pull’s, 3 Drawer walnut chest w/fruit carved pull’s Maple corner cupboard, (2) Jelly Cupboards ( 1 w/copper in door), Small trunk, Spool leg lamp table w/drawer, 3 pc. Bookshelves, 6 old wooden rockers, 5 matching chairs gold pineapple print upholstery, over 100 year old clock and shelf, Curly maple shelf, 1898 candy dish on leg’s (Pittsburgh, PA), Wood wall mirror w/candle holder, 2 ladder back chairs, Grandma Moses print, 20 hand sewn quilt top’s, 3 Hurricane lamp’s, Large crock’s, Small crock’s, Coffee grinder, Carnival glass, Cranberry glass, Green 1904 Mug, Seth Thomas Clock Decorated glass door, Old Mill painting (Gatlinburg, TN), Germany R.S. Prussia- Bavaria-Royal Copenhagen china, R.S. Prussia Berry Set, Wall bracket lamp, Lattice comb and Hat rack’s w/ porcelain buttons, 2 patchwork comforters, postcards, Valentine’s, Old bills, Children’s books, pictures, 1936-1937 Ashland college yearbook’s, Old baskets, Sm. Barrel, 2 small hooked rug’s, braided rug, Iron skillets, Criss cross picture frames, Christmas decorations. Kitchen Items/Sewing supplies/Games: Yogurt machine, Casserole’s, Green dessert dishes, misc. pot’s-pan’s, Singer sewing machine in maple table, Old treadle sewing machine, Set of newer McGuffey readers, Quilting books, Sewing books, Quilting frames, Knitting needles, Calico paint’s, more misc. sewing items. note: There are some very interesting items in this auction, many items not listed. This auction is to settle the estate of the late Helen Baucher who taught in the Wooster City Schools for many years. Visit for photos and updates terMS: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales Sale by order of: Helen Baucher Estate Probate # E 72652-12 Barbara Martin Executrix Michael Bytendyk Attorney (330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

5983 TR 264, MilleRsbuRg Great Opportunity to purchase a church building on 2 acres. Sanctuary seats approx. 225 people, nursery complete with cribs, conference room, kitchen & Sunday school rooms. Nice paved parking lot. Endless possibilities. $325,000 Jr. Miller 330-231-1914

4977 W.MaiN sT, beRliN Now offering a 1.6 acre commercial property in Berlin. Over 7500 sq ft of retail and warehouse space. $395,000 D. anthony kaufman 330-231-4211 kate overton 330-204-9339


FOR SALE. 1997 Chevy Tahoe 4x4, no rust, new motor in 2010, exc. cond., $3200. obo. 1994 Ford 4 dr dually, 7.3 turbo diesel, good cond., $4,000. obo. 330-275-9066.


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

FOR SALE: '96 Nissan Maxima, runs good. $2000. 330-987-1735

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


equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

Taxi Limo Shuttle

4 DOOR taxi service available, located outside of Millersburg. 70¢ per mile. Call 330-600-2890.

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FOR SALE: 8x10 storage barn, $700. obo. (330) 466-8574.

• Excellent cultivator • Lifetime warranty on tines


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

330-674-7051 1035



Manufacture Direct Classified 24 Hour Turnaround Display - Steel Roofing

Lawn & Gardening

springs, culverts, etc. Call Marty Troyer, 330-663-4583 / Sugarcreek.

Roofing & Spouting 1130

Steel Roofing 72¢ sq. ft. 10000 AD12689041 72

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.

tance. Crew cab truck and trailer. (330) 763-3811.

Automobiles ing job. Offices, banks, anything small.

2001 MERCURY Sable Silver - 144,000 miles. Good condition. $2,500 OBO. 330-473-3442


Excavating 865

Wanted to Rent CHIMNEY CLEANING, $100. Also gutter WILL DO hauling, local or long dis- SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, cleaning. (330) 473-7103.


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

Building Materials BACKHOE SERVICE & creek dredging,

7/16 OSB, large quantity available. Delivery can be arranged. (330) 464-9380.

MANUFACTURING & storage space for rent in Berlin, 3-phase & 120-V electric. Sections avail. starting at $500. (330) 231-5193.



2006 FORD 15-pass. van, 215k mi., very good shape, $5500/obo. 330-2315173

650 TRAILSIDE RENTALS, 8000 sq ft facility, ideal for Thanksgiving & Christmas banquets. Catering options available. Family reunions, weddings, receptions, birthday parties, family gatherings, business seminars. Call for rates and dates. 1/4 mile East of Highway 515 on Weaver Ridge Rd, (CR 168) in Trail. 330-275-4624.

AMISH WOMEN from Berlin wants cleaning jobs 2 days a week. Call (330) 275-9814. Needs transportation.

Home Improvement 1000



ORRVILLE 2 br duplex. $515+utils. Large spacious updated. In great neighborhood. (330) 359-6111

1994 TOWN & COUNTRY van, 185k, 1200/obo; 1987 Dodge Dakota, 4x4, 130k, $1500/obo. Call or text (330) 231-4392.

Cleaning 845


SPACIOUS 1 BR Fred'burg., no smoking, $400+utils 330-464-1962

Trucks SUVs 695



Thursday, November 1, 2012 — 31

32 — Thursday, November 1, 2012

The Holmes County Shopper News

07 Chevy 3/4 Ton Reg

11 Chevy HHR lT

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

Sale PRiCe

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



Sale PRiCe

07 GMC 1/2 Ton 4x4 ext

08 GMC acadia aWD

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Short Bed, Tow package.

Sale PRiCe

All Wheel Drive, Power Windows, Power Locks, Alloy Wheels, CD Stereo.



Sale PRiCe

REDUCED MUST GO! 07 Chevy aveo lS Sale PRiCe



Only 36,000 Miles! Auto, Air. $


06 Chevy equinox lT



11 Chevy impala lT

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Air.

Sale PRiCe

Only 28,000 Miles!, Power Seat, Remote Start, Power Sunroof.



Sale PRiCe

08 Chevy 1/2 Ton ext 4x4 lT

Sale PRiCe



09 Ford 3/4 Ton Crew 4x4

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Short Bed.



99 Buick Park avenue

Sale PRiCe



06 Chrysler PT Cruiser

Power Heated Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. Sale $ PRiCe

2,962 08 Chevy Cobalt lS

Sale PRiCe


Sale PRiCe

Sale PRiCe

10 Chevy Malibu lT

CD Stereo, Air, XM Radio.


08 Dodge Nitro 4x4

09 Toyota Tacoma ext 4x4

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Cruise Control

Sale PRiCe



10 Honda Odyssey eXl

Power Sunroof, Heated Leather Seats, 6-CD Stereo, Air, XM Radio.

Sale PRiCe



03 Honda Pilot eX aWD

Power Windows & Locks, CD stereo, Air. $

All Wheel Drive, Power Seat, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. Sale $ PRiCe

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air. $

“Gas Saver”, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise Sale $ PRiCe

8,931 08 Chrysler Town & Country lX 11,987

07 Saturn Outlook XR aWD

8,943 10 Chevy Cobalt lT 12,972

06 lincoln Town Car Signature

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air. Sale $ PRiCe

CD, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio. Sale $ PRiCe

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels. Sale $ PRiCe

Only 35,000 Miles! Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Sunroof, Heated Leather, Alloy Wheels. Sale $ PRiCe

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels, Air. Sale $ PRiCe

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner. Sale $ PRiCe

Power Seats, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels. Sale $ PRiCe

Power Windows & Locks, Reverse Park Aid, Alloy Wheels, Air. Sale $ PRiCe

10 Ford explorer Sport Trac 4x4

08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 lT

12,989 07 Saturn Outlook aWD 17,977

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars, Alloy Wheels, Air. Sale $ PRiCe


15,963 08 Nissan Xterra 4x4


Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner, XM Radio Sale $ PRiCe


15,992 09 Chevy 1/2 Ton ext 4x4 23,967

11 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4

Only 11,000 Miles! LT, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Alloy Wheels. Sale $ PRiCe


16,981 08 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4x4



SALE ENDS 11/9/12




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Holmes County Shopper, Nov. 1, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper covering events in and around Holmes County, Ohio.

Holmes County Shopper, Nov. 1, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper covering events in and around Holmes County, Ohio.