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Thursday, Nov. 15-21, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 32; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Calendar November Veteran office takes assistance applications

Christmas in Berlin

Community launches season with emphasis on true meaning of holiday

By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Calling people back to the true meaning of the The Holmes County season is the focus of Veterans Service CenChristmas in Berlin. ter will accept applicaOn Nov. 23, community tions for assistance for members hope to help November through noon visitors and themselves Nov. 21. keep priorities in line at a The Veterans Service time when they can easily Commission board meetbe forgotten. ing will be held Nov. 26 at For years, the event has 6:30 p.m. Office hours are been highlighted by a live Monday from 8:30 a.m.Nativity parade, which will 5:30 p.m. and Tuesdaystep off from the parking lot of Berlin Village Gift See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR Barn at 5:45 p.m., according to Ruth Schlabach, owner of Berlin Village Gift Barn, Country Gatherings and Moxie. Led by trumpeters, the parade is based on the actual Christmas story and includes animals — many of which are supplied by the Farm at Walnut Creek, shepherds, angels and carolers, all y, dy,Warra Ai Aint g gra in inar marching westward to nt ar He HedarW st st Be Be ’s ’s America America e! e! id id the square. Participants nw nw tio nase rvice natio with service with — from area churches & are rvice & Service and businesses — allSe ir pa pair Re Re garbed in clothes indicative of Biblical nin times. & eanings & gs Cl Clea Following the parade, * * ts en ents tm jus Ad Adjustm Christmas in Berlin events will begin with a live Nativity parade that begins at 5:45 p.m. on Friday, See Pg. 3 — BERLIN Nov. 23.

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Berlin They’re all volunteers. In celebration of the The kids love it and love event, many of the local visitors can enjoy a can- to be in it,” she said. “It’s stores observe extended dle-lighting ceremony a very unusual parade hours, remaining open with the reading of the from what you normally into the late evening. Christmas story, singing see. It’s down home ... of more Christmas carols Children love it. There Reporter Christine L. and the lighting of the vil- are lot of animals. The Pratt can be reached at lage tree. spirit and the feeling of 330-674-5676 or by email It’s an attraction that, that evening here in Ber- at cpratt@the-dailydespite no massive adver- lin are indescribable.” tising, brings in a growing number of participants and spectators every year, said Schlabach. “I think 5362 S.R. 557 it’s that ... it tells the simHOURS: M-F 8-5 ple story of Christ’s birth, Millersburg, OH 44654 SATURDAY 8-3 and we celebrate that part (330) 674-6257 of it more than it usually is today.” November 15th - December 1st There will be no appearance by Santa Claus. Smoked Pork Chops ..................$3.99 lb. “The community comes together and puts it on. Gerber Chicken Tenders 20lb .......$55 (Continued From Page 1)

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Public hearing for two alley vacations is Nov. 26 A public hearing will be held Monday, Nov. 26, at 6:55 p.m. for Millersburg Village Council to hear any comments on two proposed alley vacations, located along the west boundary of Block 11 and Block 12 of the Pleasant View Glass Plant Addition; and Block 10 of the Pleasant View Glass Plant Addition. The meeting will be at the village office, 6 N. Washington St. Written comments will be received at the office until 3 p.m. on Nov. 23.

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WH FFA holding fruit sale The West Holmes FFA is now holding its annual fruit sale. The full and half-cases of fruit consist of tangeloes, navel oranges, juice oranges, red and white grapefruit, and red, yellow or Granny Smith apples. In addition, tins of nuts, barbecue sauce, mixed bags, mixed boxes and mixed apples will be sold. A new item is a fruit basket. Orders must be placed

by Nov. 27 and fruit will be delivered the week of Dec. 10. For more information, contact any West Holmes FFA member or adviser Jaime Chenevey at 330-674-6085 or

December Benefit planned for Matt Miller A benefit dinner and auction is scheduled for Dec. 8 at American Legion Post No. 192 in Millersburg for Matt Miller. Miller has lived his entire life with cystic fibrosis. He will undergo a double lung transplant

soon. Proceeds will assist the family with travel and lodging expenses. Dinner will be served from 4-6 p.m. Pork sandwiches, noodles, baked beans, scalloped potatoes and dessert will be available at a cost of $7 for adults and $3 for children ages 10 and younger. The auction will be held from 6:30-9 p.m. with Auctioneer Roman Miller followed by DJ Cory Manbock from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Auction items and donations would be appreciated. Contact Patty at 330231-4175 or Cindy at 330276-0104 for donation information.

November is National Hospice Month November is National Hospice Month, a time to celebrate the kind of care that helps patients and families find comfort, love and respect when they need it most. Coping with a life-limiting illness can be overwhelming and most people don’t know where to turn for help. Given a choice, most patients prefer to remain in their own home surrounded by their loved ones. Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County can help. Our hospice team provides expert medical care as well as emotional, social and spiritual support for the entire family. With our help patients and families can focus on what is most important— living as fully as possible at the end of life. Colleen Nettleton, RN, CHPCA Executive Director

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The Holmes County Amish Steering Committee, a subgroup of the Amish Safety Committee, donated $57,000 again this year to a Road Maintenance Fund that helped pay for resurfacing work this week on sections of a buggy lane along U.S. Route 62 between Holmes Lumber and Berlin. In accordance with Section 5501.33(A) of the Ohio Revised Code, any organization, individual or group of individuals may give money to the Ohio Department of Transportation to pay expenses the state incurs in maintaining, repairing or reconstructing state highways and roads upon which animal-drawn vehicles travel. “This is the sixth time we’ve been able to apply these monies to the roadway, since this section was established in the ORC during ODOT’s 2004-

Photo courtesy of Mitch Miller, ODOT District 11

The Holmes County Amish Steering Committee, a subgroup of the Amish Safety Committee, donated $57,000 to help pay for resurfacing work. 2005 Biennium Budget process,” said ODOT District 11 Deputy Director Lloyd MacAdam. “We continue to be amazed by this partnership and are very appreciative of the Amish community’s generosity to assist us with

roadway maintenance and repairs.” Melway Paving Co. Inc., from Holmesville, performed this work, and ODOT contributed almost $43,000 toward the project, totaling about $100,000.

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Amish Committee donates money for road repairs

The Area Agency on Aging Region 9 Inc. is offering free assistance to persons who need help applying for the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) through April 30, 2013. Fo r a n y o n e i n t e r-

ested in the program, needing assistance completing the application or understanding the eligibility guidelines, they need to call Carol Mathews at 800-945-4250, Ext. 4905. In-home assistance is also available to anyone who needs help with the HEAP application process and is unable to leave home.

HEAP is a federally funded program administered by the Ohio Department of Development, Office of Community Service and is designed to help eligible lowincome Ohioans meet the high costs of home heating. The total household income of an applicant must be at or below income guidelines.

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Community Seek the miraculous in ordinary life “All the works of Nature are Miracles, and nothing makes them appear otherwise but our Familiarity with them.” — Samuel Butler, from Prose Observations. How true that is. Think about it: Every autumn the leaves wither and fall from the trees; perennial plants turn brown and droop. These life forms all lie under a blanket of snow all winter, presumed “dead.” Then each spring, before our eyes, the dead limbs sprout new green leaves and the faded and dreary plants blossom again. Something once assumed dead regenerates. Is that not miraculous? If you take a piece of paper and tear it, you can repair it with tape; but if you remove the tape, the paper is still torn. Not so with our bodies. If I cut myself right now, my

blood will coagulate, carrying cells with healing properties rushing into my bloodstream to the damaged area, reaching out to each other to grow back together. Within a few days, without any interference from me other than keeping the wound clean so my body can do its job, the cut would completely heal. When my son was young, he fell off a trampoline and broke his wrist. The doctor didn’t have to use screws or glue, as I would have had to if my table leg had broken; all he had to do was wrap the wrist in a plaster cast, keeping it immobile so the body

could do its job, and the bones knit back together of their own accord. And these are miracles of only the physical body. After my daughter’s accident, she had numerous physical injuries, but also emotional scars that needed to heal. Her body healed rather quickly, but it healed so fast (she walked WEEKS before she was expected to) because she had made up her mind that she was going to push through the pain and walk! We live in difficult times, times when we believe miracles no longer exist. But, living in our sensationalistic world, we fail to realize that we are surrounded by miracles every single day. We just fail to see them. It is miraculous that a bumblebee can even fly. From what we know of physics, it should

Church notes Revival meetings planned

12298 County Road 330, Big Prairie, just west of the intersection of state Route 514 and County Are you hungry for spiriRoad 330 in Holmes tual food? Be refreshed County. and filled, by the work and Community “This is an opportunity power of the Holy Spirit for us to share Christ through Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. Feast planned nightly at Living Hope Millersburg Church of with our community,” Outreach, 381 S. Mad Christ will hold its annual explained Gary Cline, Anthony St. (non-denom- Community Feast on Sat- one of the leaders of the inational). There will be urday, Nov. 17, from 4-6 Benevolence Ministry at services of testimony, praise p.m. This is a free Thanks- Ripley Church of Christ. and a message from God’s giving dinner, including “Our congregation wishword each evening. Wor- turkey, mashed potatoes, es to serve others durship music will be by Latter dressing, gravy, corn, dinner ing these difficult ecoRain from Lancaster, Pa. roll and pumpkin pie. For nomic times by serving a take-out orders, call Lori Thanksgiving meal.” “We understand that Snively at 330-473-7829, Community For more information, call many families in our Thanksgiving Rachael Winterborne at community are not able to provide a Thanksgiv330-473-9327. Meal set ing meal for their family to enjoy,” said Jeremiah The fourth annual Baltic Stivers, associate minisCommunity Thanksgiving Register for ter at Ripley Church of Meal will be on Saturday, Community Christ. “This free event is Nov. 17 between 11 a.m.-1 open to the public. We p.m. at the Baltic Elemen- Thanksgiving take seriously our mistary School. Traditional sion statement, which turkey, dressing, mashed Dinner On Thursday, Nov. 22, says Connect with Christ, potatoes, cranberry salad, rolls and dessert will be the Ripley Church of Christ Connect in Community, menu for this holiday meal. will be serving a Commu- and Connect in Caring.” If you plan to attend Carry-outs are available nity Thanksgiving Dinner and some local delivery from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Thanksgiving dinis possible. Call 330-897- the church. The Thanks- ner, make a reservation 6855 and leave name and giving meal is for fami- by contacting the Ripley address if you need delivery. lies who are not able to Church office. To make a The meal is free; however provide a holiday meal. reservation or get addiif you would like to give, The church members will tional information call the food donations will go to prepare and serve the Ripley Church of Christ the Homeless Shelter of meal at Ripley Church of church office at 330-567Tuscarawas County and Christ, which is located at 2320, during regular busimonetary donations will go to Pirate Power Packs to help give food to Baltic students on the weekends.

be impossible for the bumblebee to fly due to its body structure. But a bumblebee does, indeed, fly. It’s a miracle. Birds somehow “know” they must fly south for the winter, bears “know” they must hibernate during cold weather, squirrels “know” they must store food for winter. How is that not miraculous? I know some humans who don’t “know” they shouldn’t kill people or steal their stuff! Yet we consider ourselves the “superior” species when the animal kingdom behaves much more miraculously, and more often, than we do. I believe there are two kinds of people in our skeptical world — those who choose to view nothing as a miracle, and those who choose to seek the miraculous in ordinary life. I know which one I aspire to be.

Briefs In service Staff Sgt. Matthew S. Gravius has returned to the U.S. after being deployed overseas at a forward operating base to serve in support of Opera t i o n E n d u ring Freedom. G r a vius is a squad Gravius leader assigned to the 1484th Transportation Company in North Canton. The staff sergeant has served in the military for nine years. He is the son of Willard and Charolette Gravius of Massillon. Gravius is a 1997 graduate of Waynedale High School, Apple Creek.

with new canteen manager

T h e Shreve Americ a n Legion has reopened a f t e r extensive renovations. A new canteen managCraft er, Sue Craft, has taken over to provide a new menu and new hours of operation. Lunch is served daily from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The Legion is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 4-9 p.m., and Fridays from 4-11 p.m. Breakfast is served on Sundays from 7-11 a.m. Bud Grabbe & the Roadrunners play music from the 1960s, 1970s and Navy Lt. Phil J. Sautter, son 1980s from 7-11 p.m. on of Dianne and Greg Sau- Fridays. Cover charge is tter of Wooster, recently $5 per couple or $3 a perarrived in Norfolk, Va, son. The annual rabbit/venifollowing a 71⁄2-month ness hours. son dinner will take place deployment supporting Nov. 23 at 6 p.m. Tickets operations in the Mediare $12 and are available Crafters needed terranean and the Araat the post home or from Crafters are needed for bian Seas. any officer. USS Enterprise’s return Christmas Craft Show to be held on Saturday, Dec. to Norfolk will be the 1, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., at St. 25th and final homecom- Holmes Red John’s Church in Millers- ing in her 51 years of ser- Cross collection burg. Please contact Sue vice. The aircraft carrier Dye at 330-378-3321 for is scheduled to be inac- for relief the information packet tivated Dec. 1, in a cerThe Holmes County on setting up your crafts. emony at Norfolk Naval Chapter of the AmeriStation. Sautter is a 1998 grad- can Red Cross is workCandlelight uate of Triway High ing to help raise funds for the areas damaged School. Church Walk by Hurricane Sandy. is Dec. 14 Petty Officer 2nd Class Donations can be sent to P.O. Box 70, MillThe Millersburg Can- Treesa A. Kilgore, a ersburg 44654. For dlelight Church Walk will 2000 graduate of Loud- more information call be held Friday, Dec. 14, onville High School, 1-800-red-cross or visit 6-8 p.m. Tour six churches recently arrived in Nor- and enjoy music, decora- folk, Va, following a 71⁄2tions, historic information month deployment supand light refreshments at porting operations in the Mediterranean and Donations needed each stop. Complete the evening the Arabian Seas. for Wolf Creek USS Enterprise’s return by returning to Millersburg Mennonite Church to Norfolk will be the Cemetery at 8:15 p.m. for a time of 25th and final homecomWolf Creek Pleasant special music. Maps are ing in her 51 years of ser- Valley Cemetery is now available at any of the vice. The aircraft carrier accepting donations to participating churches in is scheduled to be inac- pay for mowing of the tivated Dec. 1, in a cer- cemetery grounds. Any downtown Millersburg. Churches to be toured emony at Norfolk Naval amount appreciated. are Millersburg Chris- Station. Call Robert L. Croskey, Kilgore joined the Navy 330-276-3322. Donations tian, First Presbyterian, Faith Lutheran, St. in June 2000. may be sent to Croskey Peter’s Catholic, Millat 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck ersburg Mennonite and 44637 or Lilian Duncan, Grace Pointe Community Shreve American P.O. Box 284 Killbuck Church. 44637. Legion re-opens

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Handle with Care

Each of our lives is precious and fragile. The question is…how can we protect our spirits from breaking when we encounter life’s hard knocks and bumps? The Psalmist David had a life that was strewn with trouble, much of it his own doing. When his spirit was nearly broken, he turned to the Lord. In Psalm 18:2 David joyfully proclaimed…”my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge. He is my shield….” Talk to God and He will help cushion the blows in your life. Handle it with care, handle it with prayer.

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Events, scenery make Amish Half Marathon unique By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer It’s not the easiest or fastest run, but it tops the charts when it comes to being scenic. The upcoming inaugural Amish Country Half Marathon and 5k is expected to draw a bevy of visitors to the area for the weekend following Thanksgiving. The Nov. 24 5k and certified 1/2-marathon are run on township and county roads of Ohio’s Amish Country, according to the website, www., which notes the races “are being developed by runners for runners.” “Runners are a huge and growing network,” said race director Mark Fowler, who adds that experts in the field say

Still two weeks prior to the event, nearly 400 runners had registered for the race. They come from 22 states and also Canada. The typical question, Fowler said, is “What’s the course like?” “Most like to hear flat and fast, and ours is just the opposite. But, what they’re losing in that, they will gain in the fact it’s beautiful and scenic. It’s going to be a pleasure to run. Our scenery … so many races are run in big cities or small towns. To be able to take off and Amish Half Marathon route will take runners on drop right in the heart of Amish country is special,” winding roads through beautiful scenery. said Fowler. participants are not only not only take in ChristUnique to the race is a looking for a good race, mas in Berlin, to be held route that passes by four but accompanying local the evening of Nov. 23, Amish schools, two of events. In the case of the they can enjoy the every- which have original outAmish Country Half- day offerings of Amish door restroom facilities Marathon, visitors can country. which can be used by run-

ners who stop to relieve themselves or stop for water, said Fowler. The race also is expected to contribute to the local economy, bringing in a “whole new class of people,” said Fowler, who said the average age of women runners is 20-35, a demographic not common among tourists. Additionally, he said, the three sponsoring hotels — Zinck’s Inn, Berlin Grande and Berlin Village Inn — already are booked up for the night prior to the race. Both races, which start near Hiland High School, begin at 9 a.m. Awards will be given to the top three males and females in each category — 24 and younger, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64 and 65 and up. Unlike awarding med-

als that hang in a closet gathering dust, participating runners will take home with them a taste of Holmes County. Heini’s Cheese is donating an 8-ounce block of cheese to all finishers. The cheese will be packaged with a special label, designed just for the race. All profits generated from the race will benefit the East Holmes Fire Department and Berlin Main Street Merchants. For more information on the race, to register, or to volunteer to help with the race, contact Fowler through the race website, www.runinamishcountry. com.

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Production guides Home Systems Guide, How to Operate Your Home — This is “The Guide” to operate your home. Featuring more than 250 drawings and simple explanations that describe the operation of the structural, electrical and mechanical systems in your home. This book does not provide product-specific information, and you should consult the manufacturer of the product or equipment for specific information. Operation and maintenance information is provided for general understanding only. This valuable reference book is available from Ohio State University Extension office, 75 E. Clinton St., Suite 109, Millersburg, 330-674-3015.

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Vegetable guide is available The 2011 Ohio Vegetable Production Guide is now available at the OSU Extension office, 10 S. Clay St., Suite 102, Millersburg. This publication provides horticultural production information for all major Ohio vegetable crops. Recommendations are included for disease, insect and weed control. In addition, information on soil management, testing and fertility has been expanded. Call 330-674-3015 for more information.

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Tickets on sale for Christmas in the Country Join the community to welcome in the Christmas season at the Amish Country Theater. Christmas in the Country is a night full of Christmas music and tradition. Featuring music from local celebrity artist John Schmid, and additional performances from Salt Creek Bluegrass, the Amish Country Theater Barbershop Quartet, Hiland Varsity Singers, and more. Come enjoy the narrative of the rich history of Christmas carols and traditions. Schmid’s music will take you on a journey from the origination of Christmas tradi-

tions, to the music that we love and enjoy today. The evening is guaranteed to entertain, and leave you with a new appreciation for the songs and traditions of Christmas! “We’re excited to bring this event to the residents and visitors of Holmes County,” says co-owner Jeff Conn. “We live in a community that enjoys quality and wholesome entertainment, especially when it comes to music. John Schmid does an excellent job of entertaining his audience and creating an experience you aren’t likely to forget. We are extremely pleased to fea-

ture John this year, along with the other great performers sharing the stage at Christmas In The Country.” The show is Saturday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. at The Amish Country Theater located between Berlin and Walnut Creek on state Route 39 in Ohio’s Amish Country. Tickets are on sale now. Adult tickets are $10 ($12 at the door) and children 11 and younger are $8. Call the box office at 888-988-7469 or order tickets online at www. This is a one-night-only event so get your tickets before it’s too late.

Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary to host Christmas Tree Festival The Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary will play host to its third annual Christmas Tree and Wreath Festival Thursday, Nov. 15-Sunday, Nov. 18, in Downtown Millersburg. The festival will take place at Hotel Millersburg, and will be open from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is free. The festival will feature more than 60 beautifully

decorated Christmas trees, wreaths and centerpieces, all available for purchase. Several raffle items will also be available including a pair of diamond earrings, and some nice gift baskets. All proceeds will go to the Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary. Spectators can enjoy refreshments and cookies as they walk through the event. All purchased trees and wreaths can be picked up at Hotel Millersburg on Sunday anytime after 4 p.m.

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Tis the Season, 4363 state Route 36, will play host to several upcomWarsaw Lions Club will ing holiday events, present its 55th annual open to the community Minstrel Show, “It’s A Mat- and free of charge. They are as follows: Nov. ter of Time,” at River View High School Nov. 16 and 17, 2-7 p.m., German glass 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, blower Mario Hausdorfer; Nov. 18, at 2:30 p.m. Admis- Dec. 1, Christmas Down sion is a donation of $9 Fri- on the Farm, featuring day and Saturday and $8 family-friendly activities donation Sunday. River including sleigh rides, ginView Park Board will gerbread house decoratserve dinner from 5-7 p.m. ing, live Nativity and Santa; Friday and Saturday; noon and Dec. 8, 3-7 p.m., Karoto 2 p.m. on Sunday. All line Steinbach signing her seats reserved. For tickets family line of nutcrackers. call 740-622-5031, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday, Wednesday Santa Train and Friday; 4-6 p.m., Tuesmoving out day and Thursday.

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Matt has lived his entire life with Cystic Fibrosis. He will be undergoing a double lung transplant in the very near future. Join us for dinner and an auction to help raise funds to assist the family with medical, travel, and lodging expenses. Dinner will be served from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Pork sandwiches, noodles, baked beans, scalloped potatoes, and dessert will be available at a cost of $7.00 for adults and $3.00 for children 10 and under. The auction will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. with Auctioneer Roman Miller followed by Disc Jockey Cory Manbeck from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Auction items and donations would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Patty at 330-231-4175 or Cindy at 330-276-0104 for donation information.


A benefit dinner and auction is scheduled for December 8, 2012 at the American Legion Post 192 in Millersburg for Matt Miller.


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The Orrville Railroad Heritage Society will hold special holiday events Nov. 24 and Dec. 1, presenting Christmas at the Depot and its Riding With Santa trains. On both those Saturdays, Orrville’s 1868 train depot will be open free of charge from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. with Christmas trimmings, cookies, popcorn and hot chocolate. It will offer displays of model trains and items of railroading interest, and its gift shop will be open with Christmas gift suggestions. The Santa Claus trains will run from Orrville to Lodi throughout the day, departing Orrville at 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Boarding will be at the Orrville siding at 245 McGill St., with parking available nearby. Trains do not leave from the depot. Santa Train tickets must be purchased in advance. They are $30 for adults and $20 for children ages 12 and under. A limited number of first class tickets are available for $43 each. To purchase tickets, visit the ORHS website at www.orrvillerailroad. com. Click on ?tickets? and follow instructions. Tickets can also be ordered by phone at 330667-5121. For additional information call 330-6832426.

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CHORUS TO PERFORM — On Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. the City of Flags Chorus, chapter Sweet Adeline International presents, “Rhythm of Life,” an evening of chorus and quartets harmonizing songs in four-part a cappella barbershop style to entertain all ages.The concert will be held at Jackson High School, 7984 Fulton Drive, Massillon. Tickets are available by calling 330-345-3869 or email Cost is $12, adults; $10, seniors; and $5, students. The City of Flags Chorus, based in Canton, is made up of women from eight surrounding counties, including 14 members from Wayne County, who entertain audiences with energized singing and exciting choreography. Their repertoire includes ballads, show tunes, golden oldies, rousing patriotic songs and contemporary favorites. For more information visit www.CityOfFlagsChorus. org, call 1-800-793-3805 or email

Library programs Programs and events at at 419-994-5531. Kids until your project is comthe Holmes County Dis- third grade and younger plete. Class size is limited trict Public Library include: must be accompanied by to 10, so sign up early. An “Our Town, Memories of an adult. additional class will be Holmes County Project” — Tuesday, Nov. 27 will added Wednesday, Nov. — Do you have old pic- be first of two adult Holi- 28 at 7 p.m., if necessary. tures of an event or people day Craft programs at — Adult Book Discusin Holmes County? Please the Loudonville Public sion will be held in the consider sharing or donat- Library. Participants will café on Tuesday, Nov. 27 ing your photos to the “Our create a paper tabletop at 11 a.m. This month’s Town” project. The images holiday tree. All materi- books are “An Angel for or scanned representations als will be provided and Christmas” by Heather will be gathered in a book registration is required. A Graham and/or “The and shared at the Holmes sample will be available Christmas Thief” by Mary County Library as well as for viewing at the library & Carol Higgins Clark. on its web site. Contact or on the library’s website Books can be picked up Susan Corl at 330-674-5972 www.loudonvillelibrary. at the circulation desk. with questions or for more org. This program will New participants are information. begin at 7 p.m. and run always welcome. The Wayne Community College library has offered Carpet that’s durable and soft and offers you to provide community a lifetime of County built-in stain and soil protection. cards to Holmes residents. To apply for the card and see card holder benefits, you may download an application from https:// Nov. 15-18: 3rd Annual Pomerene Christmas or visit the Central Library Tree Festival in Millersburg for a paper form. All applications must 330-674-1584 ext. 1763 be returned to the Holmes County Library for processing. For information, Nov. 16-17: George and Henry Save contact Susan Corl at 330674-5972, Ext. 227 or email Christmas Dinner Theater Amish Door Restaurant — One-on-One eReader Help Sessions at the Cen1210 Winesburg St., Wilmot tral Library — The Holmes County Library is now offering one-on-one Nov. 16-17: Pine Cone Gift Shop Open House help for those with ereader devices. Sessions will be 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Refreshments, Door up to 30 minutes showPrizes 330-857-4443 ing patrons how to check out and download library ebooks and other digital Nov. 17: Tis The Season Christmas media. Participants must have a valid Holmes Coun2pm-7pm Mario Hausdorfer creates ty District Public Library card with an account in glass ornaments good standing. To set up an 4363 SR 39, Berlin appointment call 330-6745972.

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Barbwire Apple pie ala mode and a glass of cold milk By BARB LUMLEY Columnist What could possibly be better than a warm slice of apple pie a la mode, accompanied by a glass of ice cold milk? As you bite down into slightly firm apple slices surrounded by a yummy mix of sugar and cinnamon, topped with vanilla ice cream, a happy and satisfied feeling comes over you. Of course, it doesn’t have to be apple pie. It can be blueberry, cherry, black raspberry, chocolate, lemon, the list goes on and on. Pie is a national icon, a state fair tradition, a holiday staple. Pie is not just a

dessert. It is the star of church suppers and family picnics. Pie can be a comfort, a joy, or even a refuge in dark times. Pie can distract you from worries. A piece of pie on a dark and dreary day can raise your spirits. How enjoyable it can be to meet with friends over pie and coffee. Pie dates back to ancient times. We didn’t invent the dish, but it is quintessentially American. The Pilgrims brought their favorite recipes with them to America. They baked pies with berries and fruits pointed out to them by the Native Americans. Of course, we all know the

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potatoes and green beans from the garden. A good friend and neighbor came to help me prepare the meals — she was 10. But when her mother dropped her off, she sent along a lovely big lemon meringue pie. Dessert was covered! So for two days in a row the combine man ate hot dogs, mashed potatoes and green beans with pie for dessert. Before he left he told me how much he liked hot dogs, mashed potatoes and green beans. He was a very nice man! Thanksgiving is coming up and Christmas is right behind it. The holidays can be a very stressful and hectic time. Make sure you take a break, just relax and indulge in a piece of a delicious pie of your choice. Things will go better!

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am I going to do with Aunt …….’s pie? I can’t serve that to people!” My suggestion was that she take it out and feed it to the dogs and then we could truthfully tell her that it had all been eaten. After a few minutes my cousin came back into the house shaking her head — the dogs wouldn’t eat it! I always worked outside with my Dad and had little interest in housework and learning to cook. Give me a team of horses and a piece of machinery and I was in heaven! So when my Mom suddenly had to go to the hospital for surgery, and the custom combine man was coming to harvest our grain and expecting to receive meals each day, I was in trouble. At the age of 11, I had learned to cook hot dogs, mashed

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KIDRON AUCTION Nov. 8 70 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 50-60, 210-230 lbs. 63-64.50, 230-260 lbs. 50-75, butcher

Sign-up for SURE Program under way Steve Maurer, state executive director for Ohio’s Farm Service Agency, announced the sign-up period for the 2011 crop year Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments (SURE) program has begun. “Any eligible producer who suffered losses during the 2011 crop year is encouraged to visit their

local FSA office to learn more about the SURE program and how to apply,” said Maurer. Under the 2008 Farm Bill, SURE authorizes assistance to farmers and producers who suffered crop losses caused by natural disasters occurring through Sept. 30, 2011. All eligible farmers and producers must sign

arsips available for professional growers. place between the soil, Noon meal is included. the air, the plants and Registration deadline our observations and is Nov. 23. (One regisinterventions. Each tration for both worksession will consist of a shops.) For information or classroom-style discussion and hands-on dem- registration, go to www. onstration and practice. or 774Fee is $168 with schol- 573-6804. (Continued From Page 10)

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Battery floor lamps, cornhole games, lots of tack, lots of toys, lifetime tables, shovels and manure forks, trike and trailer sets, various wheelbarrows, fireproof safes, 18 volt cordless Makita drill set, children’s hickory rockers, lots of Misc. All New Items. Drawing at end of sale. Auctioneer: Andy Raber • 330-897-6081 or Cell 330-231-6809

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sows 25-54.50, boars by weight 10. 273 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 16-21, 41-50 lbs. 19-23, 51-60 lbs. 30-38, 61 lbs.up 19-46, bred sows and gilts 135-185, service boars 110-300, roasters 55. 76 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 90-135, back to farm, heifers 110-175, light & thin 75-down. 115 CATTLE — Steers 88, heifers 72-80, bulls 80, good beef cows 69-75.50, medium to good 63-68.50, thin to poor 62.50-down; feeder steers 52.50-127.50, heifers 85.


MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Nov. 7 41 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 61-64, 250-275 lbs. 57-65, light sows 50-53, heavy sows 55; 19 FEEDER PIGS, 50-75 lbs. 25-32.50, 75-100 lbs. 32.50-55. 29 CATTLE — Choice Holstein steers 102-103, good Holstein steers, 84-100. 10 BULLS — 1,000-1,500 lbs. 76-84, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 83.5090.50. 123 CULL COWS — Good 68-75.50, medium-good 64-68, fair-medium 60-64, light-thin 60-down; 79 FEEDERS, steers 50-125, heifers 50-115. 47 DAIRY — Open heifers 800-down. 124 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 100-130, good 70-100, common 70-down, crossbred 55-155, crossbred heifers 100-140. 229 GOATS — Kid 145down, billies 190-down, nannies 150-down, wethers 195down. 688 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 45-75, lambs 40-60 lbs. 120-150, 60-80 lbs. 90-152.50, 80-100 lbs. 80-127.50, 100130 lbs. 90-110, 130-up 87.50107.50. TOTAL HEAD — 1,393.

77 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 290-400, 3rd and 4th cutting 150-510, mixed 1st cutting 240-340, mixed 2nd cutting 170-435, lg. bales hay 35-160, lg bales hay 90-300 ton, wheat straw 110-220, lg. bales straw 140 ton, ear corn 240, corn fodder 65 ton; firewood 70. 422 DOZEN EGGS — White 2.00; brown 1.70-2.50.

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SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Nov. 5 78 CALVES — Choice calves 120-170, good calves 80-115, light & thins 40 down; back to farm bulls 80-170, heifers 8-165; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 80-169, heifers 75-140. 250 CATTLE — Choice steers 115-123, good steers 100-114.50, Holstein steers

FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic Nov. 6 49 CALVES — Good to choice calves 90-100, medium to good calves 80-90, fair to medium calves 65-80, commons and lights 65-down, back to farm, bull calves 100-137.50. 16 PIGS — 60-70 lbs. 30, 70 lbs.-up 20-85. 21 SHEEP/LAMBS — Sheep for slaughter 12-99. 20 GOATS — 30-160. 62 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 58-59, 240-260 lbs. 52-59, 260 lbs.-up 52-57.50, butcher sows 59-down, boars by weight 9-11. 138 CATTLE — Steers Jersey 74.50, heifers 70-80, bulls 79.50-86.50, good beef cows 73-76.50, medium to good cows 69-73, fair to medium cows 68-69, common cows 67-down. 306 TOTAL HEAD. 25 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 300-350, 2nd and 3rd cutting 310-475, hay per bale 5, big

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HAY — 1st cutting grass 6.00 bale and 80 rd. bale, 1st cutting mixed 5.85-7.50 bale, 2nd cutting grass 6.85 bale, 2nd cutting mixed 7-8 bale, 4th cutting grass 7.75 bale; 4th cutting alfalfa 7 bale, 4th cutting mixed 8 bale, ear corn 50 lb. bag 10; firewood 35-45 load . GOATS — Does 50-110, bucks 10-170, wethers 45-185. SHEEP — Rams 990, ewes 30, wethers 50-75. CALVES — Bulls 5-27.50, ponies 10-35, llama 10. Rabbits .25-13, poultry .256.50, guineas 7, peahen 32, pigeons 2-2.75, turkeys 10-20, ducks 4-7.50. Next Regular Auction Nov. 17

90-113.50, choice heifers, 114120.50, good heifers 90-113.50, good Holstein cows 60-75, yellows and thins 55-down, bulls 70-91. 154 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 525, top pony 300.


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Job Number: 1007702800 Customer: AULTMAN HOSPITAL PRI Phone: 330-492-5500 Start Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 Publications: 20 Submitted Holmes photo Awards were presented to volunteers for the Corporation for Ohio AppaCounty Shopper, lachian Development Foster Grandparent Program during a recent event celebrating the programs’ 40th anniversary. Artist: ${user.longname}

Celebrating the programs’ 40th anniversary, volunteers serving with the Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD) Foster Grandparent Program were honored with gifts and service awards at a luncheon held at the Mount Vernon Developmental Center’s Great Room in Mount Vernon on Oct. 5. This annual event brings recognition to the Senior Program volunteers serving children in Ashland, Coshocton, Holmes, Knox, Licking, Morrow and Richland counties educational facilities. Debbie Taylor, Area IV program coordinator expressed gratitude to the volunteers and thanked them for the dif-

ference they are making in the community and in the lives of the children they serve. Volunteer site representatives and local officials were also recognized for their support of the volunteers and the program. Local officials attending and expressing gratitude to the volunteers were State Representative Margaret Ann Ruhl,

David Howard representing Senator Sherrod Brown’s office, Darrell Kirk, representing Congressman Bob Gibbs’ office and Knox County Commissioners Rodger Reed and Teresa Bemiller. Letters of appreciation of service were presented to the volunteers from See Pg. 13 — COAD

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Designation or contiguous Secretarial Disaster Designation during 2011. This means that all counties in Ohio can apply for SURE benefits as long as all other eligibility requirements are met. For more information on SURE program eligibility requirements contact your local FSA office or visit the website at http://www.fsa.usda. gov/sure.

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COAD Oregon Elementary School; Teri Molnar and Representative Ruhl and Carol Stanley, Par ExcelSenator Brown’s office. lence Elementary School. Ashland County: Janet Certificates of appreciation were presented from Keener and Ana Maria Congressman Gibbs’ Rivera, Kno-Ho-Co Ashland Head Start. office. Holmes County: Carrie New volunteers were honored with a ribbon Henderson, Millersburg and pin. From Coshoc- Head Start Volunteers receiving a ton County are Bonnie Milhoan, Peg Treat, pin and certificate for one Coshocton County Head year of service are, Joyce Start and Caroline Ray, Thomas, Central ElemenCentral Elementary tary School, Coshocton County. School. Knox County: Mary Knox County: Steve Faulkner and Linda Smith, Wiggins Street Mayle, Dan Emmett Ele- Elementary School; Ruth mentary School, Thelma Spittle, Danville ElemenFoss, Knox County Head tary School and Roberta Start, Pat Jarrell and James, Centerburg EleJuanita Pritchard, YMCA mentary School. Licking County: Patricia Pre-School and Dar TurnDrake, Granville Chriser, Learning Center. Licking County: Mary tian School. Morrow County: MarJean Hupp, Hebron Elementary; Mary Kreh- tha Drake, Park Avenue lik, Newton Elementary Elementary School. Ashland County: BevSchool; Shelia Mangus, (Continued From Page 12)

erly Allgire, Kno-Ho-CoAshland Head Start. Receiving a pin, certificate and corsage for 5 years of service was Rose Jones of Coshocton, serving at Central Elementary School. Fo u r volunteers received a pin, certificate and corsage for 10 years of service. They are Edith Duncan, Danville Elementary School; Molly Payne and Margaret Woods, Mount Vernon Developmental Center and Freda Farmer, Knox County Head Start. All serve in Knox County. Fifteen year awards were given to Beverly Schleich, Kids Campus Daycare/Pre-School in Coshocton County; Carole Coe, Mount Vernon Developmental Center and Ruth Palmer, Learning Center, both from Knox County.

Special recognition was given to retired volunteer, Antonina Lenzo, for the 25 years of service she gave to the program and the children in Coshocton County. Most of her service was at the Coshocton County Head Start Centers. COAD Foster Grandparent Program is a volunteer opportunity for seniors 55 and older that can give 15 to 40 hours per week of their time. If income eligible; a modest hourly stipend and mileage reimbursement is paid to the volunteer. For more information, contact Debbie Taylor at 740-392-6251. The Foster Grandparent Program is funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service, a part of National Senior Corps, Ohio Department of Aging, and local contributions

Holmes Red Cross recognizes volunteers; donations needed The Holmes County Chapter of the American Red Cross held a Volunteer Recognition on Nov. 3 at the home of Mose D. and Edna Yoder, with 105 attending. Among those in attendance were David Plate, CEO of the Northern

Ohio Blood Region; Margie Green, financial officer for the Northern Ohio Chapter Region and Charlea Parr, volunteer blood region representative. Those honored by Executive Director Patricia Lang were: chapter drivers, blood

d o n o r s, apheresis donors, apheresis organizers, bloodmobile site heads, board members, office volunteers and auction workers. Lang gave an update on Hurricane Sandy, s h e l t e r s, w o r k e r s, meals and snacks, as well as Emergency

Response Ve h i c l e s that are serving various areas. To make a donation to Hurricane Sandy, or the Holmes County chapter, send it to P.O. Box 70, Millersburg OH 44654. For more information, contact the office at 330-674-5861.

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shared with members her many years of being a TOPS OH 1243, Sugar- TOPS member and also creek met Nov. 8 with 15 her journey while havmembers weighing in and ing reached her goal and had a loss 6 pounds for being a KOPS. Next meeting of TOPS is the week. Best rededicated member for the week today (Thursday, Nov. 15) was Plain Betty Miller. at the United MethodBest KOPS for the week ist Church in Sugarcreek was Mary Ann Miller. with weigh-ins beginning The forbidden food for at 6:30 p.m. and meeting the week will be salty at 7 p.m. For more inforsnacks and the thing to do mation call 330-897-6007. is eat from a small plate rather than a big plate. TOPS 1573 Being recognized for On Oct. 17 TOPS OH having six weeks attendance were Plain Betty 1573 had a “no gainer” Miller, Mary Ann Jahn meeting. Ten members lost and Mary Yoder. Happy 6.8 pounds. Stacy Bair was Birthday was sung to the best weekly loser. Eileen Sarah Miller. Verna Lowe was best monthly Yoder read a song titled loser. Leo Tope was best “Way out in my Kitchen” weekly rededicated loser. and members then sang it together. Olis Miller See Pg. 14 — CLUBS

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the meeting during his walk. Janice Tope gave a program titled “12 Joint-smart Tips to Stay Pain-free, Even in Your Golden Years.” No. 1 was to lose weight; and No. 2, keep moving. Other tips were to try tai chi, run smart, fill up on fish, erect posture, avoid processed foods and don’t push through joint pain. Lana Rlush will bring tasting food and Mary Burgett will have the program at the next meeting. The club meets each Wednesdays at the Nashville United Methodist Church at 5:45 p.m., with weigh in at 5:30 p.m.

Snyder Senior Center for low-income households. For more information contact the Senior Center at 170 Parkview Drive, or call 330-674-0580 from 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m., MondayFriday. Kno-Ho-Co Community Action offers Emergency HEAP. Call 330674-6479 for more information. In-home assistance to fill out HEAP applications is available to the homebound. Participants need proof of income, copy of heating and electric bill and copy of birth certificate. The deadline to submit applications is March 31.

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State Route 245, $25,000. Delores A. Schemrich to Lynnette D. Shemrich, 13805 State Route 226, 4 acres, $75,000. Hardy Township – Jodeane L. Cline to Gary R. and Sharon L. Ross, 7376 Township Road 319, 0.97 acre, $125,000. Killbuck Township — JJ Detweiler Enterprises to Holmco Holdings, Killbuck Township, 46.024 acres, $161,000. Holmesville — Brian and Lindsey R. Bloomfield to Arlen W. Hostetler, 504 B. St., $107,500. Killbuck — Barbara Arnold to Derwin R. and Kelli R. Clemens, 120 Allison Ave., $105,000. Nicholas Luke Pahoundis to South Holmes Managment, 110 N. Main St., 31,000. Joy R. Patten to Aaron and Lalla Miller, 10943 U.S. Route 62, 27.52 acres, $146,000. Knox Township — Raymond, David, Thomas and Deanna Yokiel to David and Darlene Yokiel, Cherokee Trail, Lot 183, Wally Highland Development, $1,500. Conrad D. and Lois A. Miller to Andrew E. and Nettie Yoder, Knox Township, 48.734 acres, $192,499.30. OHCOA to Charles and Wilma Vonts, Knox Township, $500. Mechanic Township — Friedrich H. Durr to Arnold R. and Virginia Oliver, 3890 Buckhorn Drive, $312,000. Arnold Robert and Virginia Hope Oliver to Pat and Gary Cooley, 3653 Buckhorn Drive, $163,000. Desha and Kevin M. Emick to Todd A. and Brenda G. Guthrie, lots 376, 377 and 378 Lake Buckhorn, $26,000. Garry Dumbauld to PJ Mit Homes, 1220-1222 Arbon Drive, $10,400. Jones Street Co. to Larry D. and Karen C. Badger, 2685 W. Buckhorn Drive, $179,000.

Gregory A. and Janet M. Steele to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 5614 Tonwship Road 466, 2.229 acres, $90,000. Donald L. and Angela K. Doty to Lee W. and Jennifer L. Ott, 2140 W. Buckhorn Drive, $425,000. Millersburg — Kathleen Marie, Ann M. and Richard Alan Price Jr. to Ada M. Stutzman, 104 Woodland Drive, $88,500. Holmes County Historical Society to Marbo Properties, 413 N. Mad Anthony St., 0.193 acre, $35,000. Sonja H. Bird to Melissa D. Morris, 200 Knolton Drive, 112,500. Kirk Commercial Properties to WD Real Estate, 812 S. Washington St., 0.64 acre, $155,000. Fire Ridge Land Co. to Paul A. Grossi, 615 Wedgewood Way, $226,000. John R. Maxwell to JS Croskey & Co., 45 W. Jackson St., $132,000. Sarah King to Erie M. and Veverly Ann Raber, 25 S. Crawford St., $40,000. Claudia and Cassandra Scott to U.S. Bank National Association, 442 Uhl St., 0.179 acre, $17,000. Derek C. and Lori Miller to Patricia L. Largent, 516 and 522 Jackson St., $101,000. Johannes Schlabach to RG Properties of Ohio, 53-55 W. Jackson St., $60,000. Monroe Township — Michael D. Ervin to Shawn and Keri Miller, 4551 County Road 400, 1 acre, $125,000. Ivan R. and Alma S. Miller to David V. and Mary Ellen Miller, Township Road 265, 9 acres, $54,000. Paint Township — Junior Swartzentruber to Pleasant View Holdings, Paint Township, 2.1 acres, $126,000. Ann S. DeHass to Berean Community Church, 1504 U.S. Route 62, 4.856 acres, $450,000.


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Road 316, 2.93 acres, $100,000. Ervin E. and Dora E. Yoder to Alvin E. and Niva E. Yoder, 7684 State Route 514, 16.798 acres, $105,000. Robert A. and Rita F. Lint to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 8900 County Road 318, 2.293 acres, $150,000. Saltcreek Township — Vernon A. and Minerva Yoder to James M. and Molly M. Mohr, 6747 Township Road 351, 1.323 acres, $257,500. Monroe R. Yoder to Roy E. Yoder, 6506 Township Road 603, 0.048 acre, $5,500. Paul E. and Rebecca Weaver to Wayne P. and Barbara Weaver, 9183 County Road 77, 53.87 acres, $215,000. S&S Rentals to Chad and Summer Kellogg, 6294 Township Road 636, 1.4 acres, $44,500. Jerry Lee and Esther J. Mast to Abraham J. and Charity Marie Troyer, 6820 Township Road 605, 2.7 acres, $238,000. Walnut Creek Township — Andy L. Hershberger to David A. and Lydia Ann Raber, 3299 Township Road 406, 86.101 acres, $230,000. Alice L. Horrisberger to Aden and Brenda Mast to 4988 Township Road 404, $88,000. Doran G. Horrisberger to Aden and Brenda Mast, 4988 Township Road 404, $88,000. Firman M. and Ruth Ann Miller to Mark D. and Ruth S. Miller, 3421 County Road 168, 2.168 acres, $250,000. Troyer Corp. to Bryce

C. Troyer, 4749 Old Pump St., 0.382 acre, $128,800. Galen W. and Anna Mae Amstutz to Marlin A. and Regina Sue Troyer, 3843 Township Road 374, 2 acres, $63,000. Marie E. Troyer and Katie E. Troyer to David and Mary Sue Miller, 3128 County Road 135, 3.984 acres, $150,000. Malinda Mae Miller and Marilyn Sue Stoltzfus to Ura D. and Emma Mae Miller, 4743 County Road 145, 0.97 acre, $170,000. Alvin Yoder to Daniel E. and Naomi Schlabach, 3114 State Route 39, 3.099 acres, $350,000. Gregory E. and Karen A. Curry to Roy A. and Mary Ellen Wengerd, 2203 Township Road 444,1.325 acres, $265,000. Lisa Fyrne Garber to Dirk and Hannah Visser, 2394 County Road 168, 8 acres, $620,000. Myron P. and Amanda D. Yoder to Marvin E. and Rebecca R. Miller, 1780 Township Road 416, 9.627 acres, $202,500. Myron P. and Amanda D. Yoder to Roman E. and Eli D. Miller, Township Road 416, 9.964 acres, $102,500. Aden I. And Brenda Sue Mast to Leon and Emily Hershberger, 2951 State Route 39, 0.496 acres, $120,000. Miller-Hope Development to Doran G. and Alice L. Horrisberger, Unit 5-2759 Cove Lane, 2.532 acres, $239,900. Washington Township — Terry K. Jones to Jason D. Kirk, 14042 County Road 100, 1.33 acres, $169,000.

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David W. and Helen Jean Schlabach to the Miller Family Rev. Living Trust, 7468 Township Road 664, 4 acres, $227,000. Ervin A. and Susie Hershberger to Leroy L. and Susan E. Weaver, 8242 Township Road 652, 2 acres, $135,000. David and Naomi Yoder to Ridgetop Capital III, 7488 Township Road 665, $93,780. David H. and Becky L. Miller to Dan E. and Annie D. Yoder, state Route 241/County Road 200, 2.739 acres, $41,085. Prairie Township — D. Joseph and Kimberley C. Waitkunas to Justin B. and Danielle M. Wagers, 8068 Township Road 574, 2.486 acres, $193,000. Richland Township — Larry R. and Sandra Hawkins to Andy Lee and Karen Troyer, 2730 Township Road 33, 33.636 acres, $160,000. Jeffrey J. Borntrager to Jerry R. and Jana L. Troyer, County Road 25, 38.34 acres, $153,360. Ripley Township — Levi D. and Elsie E. Schlabach to Eli J. and Lovina W. Weaver, 7651 State route 514, 1.312 acres, $95,000. William A. Wachtel to Myron P. and Mallory Lynn Miller, 13113 Township Road 503, 1.302 acres, $100,000. Leon M. and Joanna Troyer to BDCJJ Land Co., 11049 Township Road 506, 49.835 acres, $450,000. Melvin E. and Elsie A. Yoder to Alvin J. and Katie A. Troyer, County

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Berlin Township — Johannes E. and Donna Marie Schlabach to Emanuel Schlabach, 5479 East St., 0.77 acre, $95,000. Atlee A. and Lizzie A. Raber to Yoder 5, Berlin Township, 6.792 acres, $520,000. Ervin U. and Edna Mae Yoder to B and D Land, Berlin Township, 0.249 acre, $500. Benjamin G. and Cindy R. Yoder ot Duane E. and Ella Mast, 5732 Private Road 5500, 2.813 acres, $180,000. Nicholas J. and Stephanie L. Shrock and Doris E. Stutzman to Delbert H. Yoder, 4409 State Route 39, 0.29 acre, $70,000. Nicholas J. and Stephanie L. Shrock and Doris E. Stutzman to Leland T. and Pamela J. Bickel, 4411 State Route 39, 0.466 acre, $120,000. John D. and Wanda Schrock to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., 5466 Township Road 377, 1.636 acres, $195,000. Ada Miller to Anita F. Miller, Berlin Township, 0.012 acre, $30,000. John Paul and Carrie Raber to Harvey J. and Ruth Bowman, 5371 County Road 77, 3.038 acres, $280,000. Barbara J. Miller to Jared and Emily Coblentz, 5545 A Rhine Road, $82,000. Clark Township — Paul D. and Mary Ann Shetler to Kenneth D. and Rosanna Marie Keim, 4880/4876 State Route 557, 3.252 acres, $175,000. John H. and Anna Hostetler to Marcus Troyer, 1930 Township Road 171, 2.125 acres, $137,500. Raymond and Lucille Gingerich to Dean H. and Jamie L. Goedel, 2934 Township Road 163, 0.278 acre, $160,000. Paul D. and Mary Ann Shetler to Kenneth D. and Rosanna Marie Keim, state Route 557, 1.371 acres, $10,000. Farmerstown — Amanda D. Troyer to Tim and Bettyanna Shooks, 2842

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My brilliant husband is not so genius at laundry Let me start by saying that the universe smiled down upon me when my husband came into my life. He has proven time and time again to be my better half, the stable rock that keeps me centered, the greatest father and companion I have ever met. He works hard to support our family and has the gentlest of loving hands and I couldn’t imagine a better partner to travel with on this journey of life. He’s also a conniving genius. We have been married for 13 wonderful years, and while I wouldn’t change a thing, I want to make it quite clear that I’ve caught on to his tricky little game. And I

want to put it in print in case any other husbands (or wives) have been keeping this one up their sleeves. I’m on to you, dear. It all started when we were first married. A new wife, I took my household duties very seriously. Having been raised by a laundry fanatic, this was to be expected. My mother separates whites from colors meticulously and even irons T-shirts. I knew I would never live up to this standard, but

I was very careful about cleaning our clothes. And then it started happening. He threw in a load and forgot to remove the lip balm from his pants pocket and the entire load of clothes was spotted with grease stains. After copious scrubbing on my part, the wrong was righted, but not for long. Soon enough he did yet another load with an ink pen left in his pocket. There were red shirts tossed in with the white load and I finally snapped. “You are no longer allowed to wash clothes!” I yelled. I think he smiled. The kitchen is my territory more than the laundry room, because

Operation Christmas Child brings many joy at holidays Operation Christmas Child brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through giftfilled 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 shoebox 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 (330-8522273); Nov. 12-17 — Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m.-noon;

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cations will be available at this meeting. Millersburg Village has been selected as the target area for the 2013 calendar year. Mobile homes are not eligible for CHIP assistance unless it is taxed as real estate. To all interested contractors: There will be

a special meeting on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. for contractors interested in participating in the 2013 Holmes County Community Housing Improvement Program. Applications will be available at this meeting. There will be a question and answer session.

personnel and their families since 2011. On Dec. 1, the Brigade will hold a Holmesville Donation Drive and Pack and Ship event. Boxes will

be located around Holmesville until Dec. 1 when the special holiday boxes will be packed from 8:3010:30 a.m. at Holmesville Town Hall.

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and mistakenly also put out a giant cardboard box full of flower bulbs that my children sold as a school fundraiser, I wasn’t so happy. (Nor were the customers who were kind enough to chalk it up to a donation and empty flower beds.) As you might guess, I finally snapped. “You are no longer allowed to take out the trash!” I yelled. I think he grinned. And then, while hauling things to the curb the next week, I began to plot a little myself. In the future, I just might do a really bad job mowing the lawn or shoveling the driveway or stack wood in a dangerously wobbly fashion. Game on.

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allowed to load the dishwasher!” I yelled. I think he smirked. Taking out the trash has historically been a job for the male of the family. Strong in strength and no fear of odors or frigid mornings, for the most part my husband usually has this simple task and does it without complaining, unlike myself who whines about it whenever I have to do it. It’s not that hauling out a trash can and a few recycling bins is difficult, it’s just the principle of it all, I think. But I take my recycling very seriously. I check all of the numbers, break down the boxes, rinse out food residue. So when he took out the recycling one morning

Public meeting to review CHIP program is Dec. 6

To all homeowners: An informational meeting will be held Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Millersburg Tuesday and Thursday, Village Council Room at 4-8 p.m.; Saturday 10 7 p.m. a.m.-noon. The purpose of the — Gray Ridge Church, meeting is to review 7489 Township Road the programs available 103, Millersburg, (800- through CHIP, income 353-5949); Nov. 12-19 eligibility guidelines, as — Monday, Wednesday, well as a presentation Friday, 5-8 p.m.; Tuesday on fair housing. Appliand Thursday, 9 a.m.noon; Saturday, noon-3 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and Nov. 19, 9-10 a.m. The Golden Bear Bri— United Dayspring gade has been serving the Church, 5641 Township emotional and physical Road 362, Berlin; Nov. needs of the Southeast 12-19 — Mondays, Nov. Community’s enlisted 12 and 19, 9-11 a.m.; and active duty military Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 7-9 p.m.; Wednesday, 2-4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon; Sunday, noon-2 p.m. Additional local collecNov. 28 — Buckhorn tion sites can be found VFW Post 7079, 185 W. using the online ZIP Front St., Killbuck, noon-5 Code locator at www. p.m. Nov. 29 — United Day-

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food and clean counters make me exceedingly happy. Knowing this, my dear husband used to sometimes offer to load our dishwasher when the pile in the sink got to be too much. I take my dishwasher seriously, too, and will spend a solid five minutes rearranging the entire thing so that I can fit in one more cup or bowl. So when he loads the dishwasher with one giant item and leaves eight plates stacked up on the counter, steam starts coming from my nose. There were toprack-only items in the bottom, and a sweaty baseball hat put in with our dishes and I finally snapped. “You are no longer

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School briefs Mount Hope Merchants gift ville; Jennifer Miller, West certificates back by popular demand Students Holmes; Mikayla Moore, recognized for perfect attendance

Loudonville; Crisstopher Mullinnex, Loudonville; Mason Radcliff, West Holmes; Devin Rhees, Loudonville; Samantha Spreng, Among the Ashland Loudonville; Crystal YeatCounty-West Holmes er, West Holmes. Career Center students Seniors — Zachachieving perfect atten- ary Garber, Loudonville; dance for the first nine- Brittney Leadbetter, West week grading period were: Holmes; Blake McCune, Sophomores — Nathan West Holmes; Kayla MillGreenough, West Hol- er, West Holmes; Craig mes. Seffens, Loudonville; Juniors — Paige Eber- Keven Spencer, West hardt, Loudonville; Cam- Holmes; Teddy Vansickle, eron McGowan, Loudon- Loudonville.

Agri Service, Mount Hope Elevator, Mount Hope Auction, Pioneer Trails, Trading Post, Lone Star Quilt Shop, Mount Hope Fabrics, Mount Hope Harness & Shoe, Mount Hope Hardware, U.S. Post Office, 77 Coach Supply.

Monday — Winesburg Elementary, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; South Bunker Hill School, 1:15-2 p.m.; Winesburg public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Nature View School, 12:301:30 p.m.; Oak Grove School, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Mount Hope Post Office, 3:15-5 p.m.; Hiland Bike 6-7 p.m.

Wednesday — Training Center/ Workshop, 9:30-10:30 a.m.; Holmes Seniors/HCTC, 10:45-11 a.m.; Scenic View School, 12:30-1:30 p.m.; Hillcrest School, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Jonas Miller, state Route 241, 2:453:30 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market 3-6 p.m.

Public record Nov. 12 — Criminal damaging was reported on Salt Creek Township Road 235. Theft was reported on County Road 52 in Knox Township. Nov. 12 — Theft was reported on Salt Creek Township Road 616.

Millersburg Police Nov. 7 —Millersburg Police officers responded to a report of burglary on South Clay Street.

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Nov. 7 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office took a report of bad checks on County Road 77 in Salt Creek Township. Nov. 8 — Burglary was reported on Hardy Township Road 310. A report of a bad check was taken from Clark Township Road 180. Nov. 9 — Theft from a residence on state Route 83 in Prairie Township was reported. A report was taken of a bad check that was received at a business on state Route 557 in Berlin Township. Nov. 10 —Breaking and entering was reported on East Marion Street in Nashville. A report was taken of theft that occurred at a business on Township Road 208 in Knox Township. Sheriff’s Office received a report of theft that occurred at a residence on Township Road 466 in Washington Township.

West Holmes FFA is now holding its annual fruit sale. The full and half-cases of fruit consist of tangeloes, navel oranges, juice oranges, red and white grapefruit, and red, yellow or Granny Smith apples. Orders must be placed by Nov. 27 and fruit will be delivered the week of Dec. 10. For more information, contact any West Holmes FFA member or adviser Jaime Chenevey at 330-674-6085 or

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The Mount Hope Merchants are offering their gift certificates to anyone who wants to simplify gift giving. Introduced last year, this program rapidly gained popularity. Available to individuals and businesses alike, any quantity can be purchased by stopping in at The Killbuck Savings Bank in Mount Hope. Certificates are readily available in denominations of $50, $150 and $250, but with prior notice, any amount can be specified and can even be personalized for an individual or company. The recipient’s name can be printed in the “to” column on the card. The certificates do not have to be spent all at one time, and can be used at several different merchants. They are good for five years from the date of issue and are accepted by the following local merchants: Abbe Chiropractic,

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are papier-mâché vintage style Santas and Christmas collectibles, ornaments, stockings, snowflakes, snowmen, wreaths and wall and door hangers. The store is a perfect stop for “everybody who’s thinking outside the box for Christmas gifts. We have windows they can use as picture frames. We had a lady come in and buy fishing lures, news and hunting items to decorate the tree in her husband’s office,” said Caren Starr, noting many people are starting to embrace the idea of a second or third Christmas tree for their home. Always, there will be the one hung with the traditional ornaments — the ones made by children and grandchildren, the ones that have been Christine Pratt photo/

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Papier-mâché vintage style Santas and Christmas collectibles, ornaments, stockings, snowflakes, snowmen, wreaths and wall and door hangers are among holiday decorating items on display and available for sale at Starlight Antiques, which already is observing holiday hours seven days a week. The store offers free gift wrapping and free local delivery. “We’re very customer-oriented. We’re a small business. We know our customers. Over half of our customer base is local,” she said. “And, if you can’t make it to the store, we call sell off our website (www.,” she said. “We try to make it hassle-free shopping.” Already the store is observing holiday hours and will continue to do

so through the end of the year. The store is open seven days a week 10 a.m.-4 p.m. SundayThursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. A Christmas open house is scheduled for Nov. 24, when the store will offer extended hours, remaining open until 10 p.m. The day’s offerings will include sales, specials, refreshments and a special raffle, the proceeds from which will be donat-

ed to Share-A-Christmas. For Children’s Night in Millersburg, Dec. 14, 6-8 p.m., children will be invited in to make a snowflake ornament. The store also is participating in the Historic Downtown Millersburg “Buy Local” campaign and will offer a 10 percent discount on all gift shop items to customers with a “Buy Local” tote bag, which is available from participating merchants.

Tri-County Health Expo returns in 2013 es be sure to book yours today. Call 330-359-6354 to have an application mailed to you or visit to print off an application. Included this year will be a “Health Expo Directory” which will list all attending vendors with their specific information, along with ads from sponsors and local companies. This year’s show is sponsored in part by Affinity Hospital, Nature’s Food Market and The Daily Record. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor there are many available opportunities.

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kitchen tools used as Christmas ornaments? Gingerbread cookies and strung popcorn finish up the decor for the tree. How about a tree for the dining room with vintage tea cups and saucers, vintage sheet music folded as fans and bows? “Just about anything can be used to decorate a theme style tree, even fishing lures can make great ornaments for a men’s tree or a tree for the log cabin,” she said. And for gift giving, there’s something for everyone, including men and children. In addition to the wide variety of craft items, there are antique duck decoys, fishing tackle, antlers, tools, sporting equipment and memorabilia, lunch boxes, dishes, furniture, typewriter key and other jewelry, lamps, books, artwork, pots and pans, silver, cooking utensils, toys and games. Items are big and small, with varied price tags, making possible major shopping or just the filling of a stocking. And, Starr said, “We’re always willing to help the guys shop. We’ll always take returns on gift shop items. And, if you don’t know what to get, we have gift certificates.”

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Bedtime breakup draws reader reactions A few weeks back I let the world in on a little family secret: My wife, in an alarmingly rapid ascent toward middleage, has become a fickle, bossy, utterly intolerable sleep meister. As such I have found the best way to deal with Kristin’s ever-evolving inner beast is to steer entirely clear of the monster at its most fearsome time of day — bedtime. I now sleep in the living room on my favorite recliner. The world’s reaction to this news has been rapid and rich. I received a message on Facebook from an old friend and regular reader that was written so early on Sunday morning you’d have thought she snatched a copy as it came off the press! “Your column today could have been about Joe and me,” she confided. “He says both your wife and I are straight-up bedroom bullies.” And that was just the beginning of a flurry of commentary that ranged from empathy for my situation to sympathy for “the devil.” (Don’t worry, those aren’t fighting words. Kristin will actually love that I threw a reference to the Rolling Stones in there!) One reader was so upset that our bedtime parting-ofways might be a harbin-

ger of marital doom she insisted that I run out immediately to buy a king-sized bed. “Do it now before your marriage is scarred forever!” she pleaded. I assured her there was nothing to worry about and that our relationship was just as strange and wonderful as ever. “No need to worry about my marriage,” I told her. “Things would have to get really, really ugly before I’d ditch my live-in cartoonist!” So I’m still in the La-ZBoy, resting comfortably in calm assurance that this too shall pass. Even if it doesn’t, I’ve got myself a pretty sweet setup, what with a roaring fire, a knit afghan over my legs and one or more incredibly comfortable dogs spread across my lap. Furthermore, with the first floor privy just a room away, living with a bladder the size of a thimble has never been easier. I’ve rarely had it better! It’s interesting, however, that most of the things I love about my present

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The Wilderness Center is a nonprofit nature center located at 9877 Alabama Ave. S.W., one mile west of Wilmot, just north of U.S. Route 250. The Center is dedicated to connecting our community with nature, educating people of all ages, conserving natural resources and practicing environmental stewardship. The Center derives its support from memberships and donations. It is not a government agency and is not supported by taxes.

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Native American artifacts 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, 300 N. Whitewoman St., Roscoe Village, Coshocton. Hours are 1-4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Submitted photo

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Employees at Pomerene Hospital are more engaged in their workplace than before. These findings are the results of an Employee Engagement Survey conducted by the hospital’s Human Resources Department. Executive Director of Corporate Services at Pomerene, Craig Miller, shared highlights of the survey with the Pomerene Board of Trustees, noting the survey had 84 percent employee participation in 2011, with 70 percent of those surveys reporting their workplace experience as favorable, 13 percent as neutral and 17 percent as unfavorable. In 2012, the numbers improved, said Miller. With 75 percent employee participation in 2012, 74 percent of respondents reported their experience as favorable, 16 percent as neutral and 9 percent as unfavorable. “In the two extremes in particular, we see a higher percentage of people who gave favorable responses, which is a sign of engagement, and significantly fewer in the unfavorable category, which is a sign of disengagement,” said Miller. “That was a very nice thing to see.” Most importantly, said Miller, the disengagement

level dropped from 17 percent in 2011 to only 9 percent in 2012. “Not only is the overall engagement moving up, but also on specific questions we saw much greater contentment and favorable scoring and much less unfavorable scoring,” said Miller. To outline the survey results, Miller got into the specifics. “These (statements) had high dissatisfaction or unfavorable scoring (in 2011) and this time they went clearly over to the other side to high favorable,” he said. In 2011, only 50 percent of employees responded favorably to the statement, “I feel my work is appreciated.” Twenty-five percent responded negatively. In 2012, the number of favorable responses increased to 75 percent, with only 10 percent responding negatively. To make this increase happen, the hospital has implemented some practices, including leader rounding. “Every month we require our managers — our leaders — to have a conversation with each employee about how things are going and push them to recognize what is being done to make things better,” said Miller. “Out of that comes thank-you See Pg. 22 — SURVEY

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employees disagreed with that statement. This time, notes to the people who only 29 percent disagreed. should be recognized. That Others are still what Millhas translated into the dra- er called “bright red,” such matic increase in the per- as the statement, “Hospital ception of being appreci- rules and policies are conated for what they do.” sistently applied throughAnother statement that out the hospital.” generated a better response In 2011, 24 percent of this year was, “Hospital employees responded rules and policies are con- negatively to that statesistently applied within my ment. In 2012, 21 percent department.” still responded negatively. Last year, only 55 percent “That’s not a lot of progof employees answered ress,” said Miller. favorably. In 2012, that “We have some work to number rose to 75 percent. do here,” said Chief ExecOther survey results utive Officer at Pomerene challenged the hospital to Tony Snyder, giving the continue to improve. hospital dress code and For example, the state- the sick leave policy as ment, “All employees are examples of rules and poltreated with the same icies that differ across hoslevel of respect,” was “in pital departments. “Our the red, but becoming policies set guidelines, not pink,” said Miller. every little thing that we In 2011, 44 percent of might encounter.” (Continued From Page 21)

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The goal is to get the unfavorable or “red” responses up into the green by the time the survey is conducted in 2013, said Snyder. Next steps include communicating survey results to department managers so that managers develop action plans for departments with senior leaders. Survey results will then be communicated to the staff. A full engagement survey will be conducted in 2013. “Overall, it’s not exactly where we want to be, but there are some dramatic increases over 14 months that we should be proud of,” said Miller.

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Practice these gas-saving holiday travel tips (BPT) — The holidays are for giving, but with all the driving around for shopping, parties and family events, you may end up giving more at the gas station due to Grinch-like fuel costs. Holiday jeer can quickly become holiday cheer, though, by simply practicing some gas-saving tips. “There are all sorts of ways to make sure you’re getting the best fuel efficiency out of your car,” says Andrew Briggs, director of product plan-

ning for Yokohama Tire Corporation, makers of a variety of truck and car tires. “One of the best — and easiest — is to properly inflate your tires. Tires that are underinflated by eight pounds per square inch (psi) can reduce vehicle fuel economy by as much as 2 percent. By keeping the right air pressure, you can begin cutting down on your annual fuel costs.” Briggs says that even though tires are engineering marvels affecting

everything from braking distance and accident avoidance to ride comfort and fuel efficiency, they are easily overlooked — especially when it comes to checking tire pressure. “It’s natural to forget, but for the best gas-saving results, checking your tire pressure should become a monthly routine. It only takes five minutes. If you’re not doing it once a month, chances are you’re driving on underinflated tires and burning money.”

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Be sure holiday giving doesn’t include giving more than necessary at the fuel pump. Another way to save at the pump is to drive on low rolling resistance tires, which improve fuel efficiency because they generate less internal heat as the tire rolls down the road. “With low rolling resistance tires, less energy is wasted,” says Briggs.

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Municipal court She may have no contact with victim for one year. Brian D. Chenevert, 31, 245 Beall Ave., Wooster, was fined $250 for disorderly conduct and was placed on six months probation. He must complete anger management counseling. Shawn F. Furin, 45, 7027 Township Road 501, Big Prairie, was fined $250 for disorderly conduct and $100 for possession of marijuana. He was placed one year probation. Cody Rinard, 22, 2448 County Road 37, Lakeville, was fined $350 for criminal damaging and placed on one year probation. He must make restitution and may have no contact with victim. Carl L. Raber, 32, 875 Forlow St., Millersburg, was fined $250 for domestic violence and was placed on one year probation. He must complete LifeSkills. Lisa Lyons, 28, 267 N. Mad Anthony St., Danville, was fined $150 for disorderly conduct. Eric D. Squire, 32, 6659 Norwalk Road, Medina, was fined $250 for petty theft. He must make restitution. Megan M. Barnes, 19, 122 N. School St., Apt. 1A, Millersburg, was fined $250 for theft and $100 for criminal tools. She was sentenced to 180 days in jail, with 175 days suspended in favor of one year probation. She must make restitution. Nathan L. Byler, 31, 31681 Township Road

312, Coshocton, was fined $250 for possession of drugs and placed on six months probation. He must complete drug counseling. Michael A. King, 18, 80 Brethren Church Road, Leola, Pa., was fined $250 for underage use of alcohol and was placed on six months probation. He must complete alcohol counseling and perform 25 hours of community service. Michael W. Mulcahy, 55, 788 E. Jackson St., Millersburg, was fined $150 for left of center. Marty L. Mast, 223, 8269 Criswell Road, Fredericksburg, was fined $150 for safety disregard. Linda O. Rauhaus, 18, 13446 County Road 100, Big Prairie, was fined $150 for safety disregard. Jennifer R. Williard, 21, 207 S. Taylor St., Holmesville, was fined $150 for possession of drugs. Joshua Mike, 23, 13194 Township Road 511, Big Prairie, was fined $250 for domestic violence. He was placed on six months probation and must complete LifeSkills. Matthew Umstead, 40, 305 W. Jackson St., Holmesville, was fined $250 for disorderly conduct. Adam M. Rose, 13800 Township Road 14, Glenmont, was fined $106 for criminal mischief. He must make restitution. Robert C. Caldwell, 30, 3441 County Road 959, Loudonville, was fined $102 for possession of marijuana.

Brian T. Phillips, 42, 102 N. Wood, P.O. Box 236, Holmesville, was fined $200 for disorderly conduct. Timothy L. Barnett Jr., 20, 220 E. Grover St., Killbuck, was fined $100 for possession of drug paraphernalia. Charles Anthony, 55, 1230 37th St. NE, Apt. C, Canton, was fined $100 for no operator’s license. Robert C. Caldwell, 30, 5506 State Route 241, Millersburg, was fined $500 for physical control and his operator’s license was suspended for six months. He must complete an alcohol/ drug assessment and follow all recommendations. Judith K. Lamp, 50, 9 Northern Drive, Millersburg, was fined $150 for no operator’s license. Kraig E. Curren, 49, 10087 Township Road 67, Apt. A, Killbuck, was fined $250 for no operator’s license. He must perform 55 hours of community service. Linda J. Curren, 54, Killbuck, was fined $250 for wrongful entrustment. Neil C. Beachy, 22, 6135 Township Road 351, Millersburg, was fined $150 for safety disregard and $150 for speeding. Neil C. Schrock, 22, 5284 Township Road 401, Millersburg, was fined $150

Lang. He presented service awards to: Ruth Tipton, 65 years; Shirley Haudenschild, Mary Lang and Jean Miller, 60 years. Membership stands at 25. During business, community

service projects were discussed. For the program, Patricia Lang read “And That is When the Fight Began.” The next meeting will be Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Smithville Inn.

with a reliable tire gauge. Be sure the valve stems have a plastic or resistance. It makes the Ascend metal cap to keep dirt out and seal about 20 percent more energy against leakage. efficient than standard touring — Slow down. All vehicles lose tires.” fuel economy at speeds above 55 Briggs says there are many mph. Driving 55 mph instead of ways your tires and vehicles can 75 mph can reduce fuel cost by 25 help save money for the holidays, percent. Driving 65 mph instead of including driving smarter. Here are 75 mph can save 13 percent. some of his money-saving tips: — Keep your car tuned up — Keep your tires properly according to the manufacturer’s inflated. Once a month, when recommended schedule to keep all the tires are cold (at least three systems in good working order. to four hours after the vehicle has — Turn off your engine if you’re been driven), check tire pressure stopped for more than a couple of

minutes. Fuel efficiency savings of up to 19 percent are possible by not letting your engine idle too long while stationary. — Accelerating less from a stop and slowing moderately can increase fuel efficiency by more than 30 percent. — Tire alignment should be checked once a year. Misaligned tires can cause the car to scrub, which lowers mileage and causes unnecessary tire wear. For additional tire care and safety tips, visit or www.rma.

Nashville Grange No. 2703 met recently at the Holmes County Job and Family Services building with the meeting led by Master Larry

Rhoda Williams, 39, 2720 Township Road 34, Killbuck, was fined $400 for driving while under the influence. She must complete counseling and must make restitution. Matthew J. Bunt, 42, 11058 Township Road 526, Shreve, was fined $450 for DUI and must complete alcohol school. His operator’s license was suspended for one year. Robert P. Baker, 54, 9274 Township Road 92, Killbuck, was fined $500 for DUI. Bryce N. Landis, 18, 8090 Maple St., Dundee, was fined $450 for DUI and must complete alcohol counseling. His operator’s license was suspended for 180 days. Tina S. Miller, 41, 800 S. Washington St., Apt. 1A, Millersburg, was fined $400 for DUI and must complete alcohol counseling. Daniel C. Butler, 27, 8568 Township Road 457, Loudonville, was fined $525 for driving while under the influence of alcohol. He was sentenced to five days in jail and 18 days on house arrest. His operator’s license was suspended for one year.

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Zanesville, was fined $500 for driving while under a Financial Responsibility Act suspension. David E. Mast, 41, 8718 Township Road 552, Shreve, was fined $250 for safety disregard. Lester B. Collins Jr., 51, 1276 Yankee St., Bellville, was fined $150 for no mud flaps. Kaitlin Campbell, 20, 329 N. Mount Vernon Ave., Loudonville, was fined $150 for underage use of alcohol and was placed on six months probation. Natoshia M. Pearson, 19, 326 N. Mad Anthony St., Millersburg, was fined $400 for DUS. Nathan A. Green, 18, 19 S. Third St., Dennison, was fined $100 for no operator’s license. Joshua House, 18, 8931 U.S. Route 62, Killbuck, was fined $250 for speeding. David M. Mulhall, 75, 7381 State Route 39, Millersburg, was fined $250 for passing a stopped school bus. Blake A. Kline, 19, 2331 Township Road 606, Dundee, was fined $250 for safety disregard and $100 for speeding. Kelly C. Donaldson, 49, 6201 Wilson Road, Butler, was fined $250 for speeding. Michael C. Landfair, 58, 13385 Township Road 223, Big Prairie, was fined $100 for overload. Elizabeth A. Sivey, 49, 7041 Township Road 466, Lot 10, Lakeville, was fined $250 for menacing.


Michael L. Geiogue, 44, in care of Holmes County Jail, Holmesville, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct and placed on two years probation. Joshua C. Slabaugh, 18, 13811 N. 950 W., Nappanee, Ind., was fined $300 for underage use of alcohol and placed on six months probation. He must complete the Insight program and perform 25 hours of community service. Cory M. Weaver, 21, 203 Millersburg Road, Nashville, 21, was fined $250 for assault. He must make restitution. Jonathon Moorhead, 25, 8969 State Route 83, Holmesville, was fined $250 for disorderly conduct and placed on one year probation. He must complete LifeSkills. Dennie Procario, 27, 4775 County Road 400, Millersburg, was fined $250 for petty theft and placed on one year probation. Drew A. Evans, 25, in care of Holmes County Jail, Holmesville, was fined $200 for disorderly conduct. Tyler J. Snyder, 2732 Township Road 33, Killbuck, was fined $200 for disorderly conduct and placed on two years probation. He must complete counseling. David E. Mast, 41, 536 S. North St., Wooster, was fined $200 for illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia. William M. Viars, 51, 730 Wabash Ave., Apt. B,

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Honor rolls Waynedale High School 4.00-4.00+ Seniors — Olivia Brewer, Anthony Buss, Ryan Byler, Ashley Casey, George Crone, Clay Fraelich, Danielle Green, Kayla Haycook, Katie Johnson, Zachary Keim, Joshua Lewis, Bethany McConnell, Lorene Miller, Dane Mosier, Nicholas Naumoff, Jared Orr, Tabitha Pinkstaff, Kevin Short, Madison Strausbaugh, Olivia Stutzman, Aaron Uhler, Jaimi Willliams. Juniors — Codey Chupp, Emily Ebert, John Gray, Sarah Hiner, Nicholas Hixenbaugh, Hannah Kiser, Cortland Mohler, Alyson Near, Alex Rodriguez, Ruthann Short, Nessa Shoup, Sylvia Troyer, Nicholas Wengerd. Sophomores — Marcus Morrison, Matthew Mos-

kowitz, Alexis Mullins, Leann Odenkirk, Adam Stutzman, Allen Terwilliger, Rowena Zuercher. Freshmen — Ryan Chabak, Justin Gantz, Emily Hershberger, Ross Hofacre, Karmen Huntsberger, Maegan King, Michelle Leighty, Lacy Lendon, Kendall Lloyd, Brenna Mullins, Colleen Schmale, Jason Short, Nicole Singer, Kyle Snyder, Reid Stanley, Kayla Tennefoss, Kirsten Troyer. Honor Roll, 3.50-3.99 Seniors — Richard Arms, Elizabeth Beason, David Blagg, Suseka Carpenter, Kendra Christman, Jacob Greathouse, Matthew Hanna, Amy Kachline, Matthew Kick, Rusty King, Andre Lorenz, Steven Machamer, Ryan McPhern, Andrew Morrison,

Abigail Murray, Carly O’Neal, Ariana Pattin, Jesse Petrovic, Brenden Stanley, Joshua Strausbaugh, Samuel Troyer II, Kia Tyler, Austin Weaver, Lori Williams. Juniors — Kaylee Bellamy, Lance Byler, Corey Chupp, Matthew Cottrill, Allyson Culler, Bryson Fraelich, Tori Graf, Brandon Hawkins, Carissa Keim, Myranda Keister, Benjamin Kick, Alexandra Leeder, Heather Lehman, Drew Lester, Laura Long, Albert Nevada, Logan Shirk, Chelsey Smith, Lance Troyer, Tonya Weaver, Kendra Wengerd. Sophomores — Isaac Bixler, John Brewer, Noah Culler, Dakota Fincham, Emily Gerber, Courtney Green, Hope Houchins, Caitlin Kapper, Alli-

son Lester, Tyler Lewis, Kaprice Mast, Josiah Miller, Adam Naumoff, Emily Nussbaum, Jake Staggs, Kristen Starcher, Logan Stutzman, Nathan Swartzentruber, Kayla Troyer, Katelyn Wade, Ariel Walker, Lacy Weaver, Taylor Whitworth. Freshmen — Tristan Anderson, Autumn Arms, Enrique Arzola, Chad Beckner, Titus Bixler, Katelyn Bowman, Derek Fields, Elizabeth Fisher, Madeline Frantz, Brice Gearhart, Seth Green, Heath Hostetler, Sonja Lanier, Jacob Leimiester, Grace Lemon, Tessa Lewis, Denise Machamer, Chloe McPhern, Alysha McVay, Isaiah Menuez, Anthony Miller, Charity Myers, Madison Near, Ryley Poling, Evan Reidenbach, Brevin

Riebe, Jaime Rodriguez, Nicholas Scherer, Sierra Shaw, Cody Smith, Parker Snyder, Aaron Spidell, Sean Starcher, James Stocksdale, Noah Vance, Christian Wellman, Tod Yoder. Merit Roll Seniors — Landre Strouse, Kelsey Swartzentruber. Juniors — Tabitha Bigley, Emily Facinelli, Chandra Gress, Rachel Griffin, Leroy Kauffman, Amy Keim, Zackery King, Anna Kitzmiller, Kagen Luedemann, Paige Miller, Devin Mosier, Jason Orr, Samantha Pohl, Aaron Richardson, Hannah Weaver, Tyler Wirth, Tiana Yoder. Sophomores — Aaron Amstutz, Trevor Bannavong, Grant Carter, Ashley Chenevey, Nathan

Fetzer, Clayton Glazier, Amanda Good, Daniel Hodge, Emily Jacobs, Amanda Kauffman, Cody Knox, Jennifer Lowe, Laverne Miller, Willis Miller, Michaela Moore, Jordan Morgan, Jamie Nicklin, Corey Pattin, William Rawson, Lindsey Rogers, Harley Rule, Matthew Smith, Arianna Sutter, Colton Umstead. Freshmen — Nicholas Adkins, Kristen Bagby, Jacob Bigley, Samuel Farrar, Noah Fetzer, Trevor Garrod , Colton Keim, Alydia Lemon, Ant-Juan Lewis, Patrick Long, Lindsey McPhern, Jaydon Schlabach, Brandon Sheets, Jacob Shoup, Jack Staggs, Nicholas Strausbaugh, Destini Underwood, Kristian Wanner, Michael Wilson, Eloy Wolboldt.

John R. Lea Middle School All A’s, 4.0 Eighth grade — Joellen Badertscher, Caralyn Brewer, Trace Gray, Alison Greathouse, Julie Keim, Makayla Mast, Madison Maurer, Tyson Miller, Michael Murphy, Brianna Naumoff, Stacie

Nelson, Brianna Potts, Sadie Schlegel, Matthew Short, Brady Troyer, Nathaniel Wade. Seventh grade — Shealyn Adkins, Megan Amstutz, Manny Camacho, Maggie Coblentz, Benjamin Farrar, Alexis

Understanding What We Read Thanksgiving

Soon we will be celebrating Thanksgiving, which is the most legitimate scriptural holiday we celebrate. Our history books tell us that the first Thanksgiving in the colonies occurred in 1621 between the Plymouth colonists and native American Indians, giving thanks to God (thankful to the natives for their help also) for a bountiful harvest that helped them survive after a brutal first winter. The first official Presidential proclamation issued in the United States for a day of national public thanksgiving and prayer, was given by President George Washington, in 1789. In part it reads: “…recommend to the people of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer, to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favors of Almighty God…” President Abraham Lincoln issued a Thanksgiving Proclamation, “The year that is drawing toward its close has been filled with blessings of fruitful years and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the Source from which they come …the ever watchful providence of Almighty God”. Could these leaders be elected in today’s “political correctness” for acknowledging the blessings of Almighty God? These men must have read their Bible and known the scripture. “Giving thanks always for all things unto God…” (Eph 5:20). “Offer unto God thanksgiving…” (Ps 50:14). “Continue in prayer, and watch in same with thanksgiving” (Col 4:2). Can we be thankful enough? Just look at all the food it takes to feed this nation in just one day. Thank God for those that plant and harvest it, and for enough sunlight and moisture for it to grow. Study and find out who this God is and his son, Jesus, really are, for it is life eternal to know (John 17:3). (Hint: I Tim 2:5). Call Steve Ryan at 405-637-2323 or write or visit our church: Faith Second Advent Christian Church of Pleasant Home P.O. Box 454 West Salem, OH 44287 E-mail:


Fisher, Maizie Frantz, Mollie Frantz, Adrianna Hershberger, Sarah Hershberger, Gavin Hoover, Danielle Host, Evan Hostetler, Carson Ledford, Jade Mast, Benjamin Masters, Morgan Maurer, Kyle McDowell, Audrey Miller, Raquel Miller, Sydney Miller, Darien Mosier, Hope Peterson, Darbee Rhamy, Marcie Snyder, Amy St. John, Ryan Weaver, Daniel Wolboldt, Morgan Wyss, Loretta Yoder, Emma Zuercher. Honor Roll, 3.5-3.99 Eighth grade — Johana Aguilar, Brandon Ban-

navong, Jacob Burkholder, Rory Chabak, Brianna Chenevey, Chase Christian, Amanda Ebert, Cameron Emerson, Austin Fraelich, Brent Gravius, Madelyn Hebb, Jessica Hensel, Samantha Ice, Kyle Kick, Rayne Leiner, Clayton Miller, Derrick Miller, Brandi Myers, Hailey Schlegel, Dylan Troyer, Lyndsey Yoder, Natasha Yoder, Steven Yoder. Seventh grade — Alyssa Aichele, Mariah Butcher, Brant Christman, Kaitlyn Hershberger, Shelby Hochstetler, Brittney Host, Orlena Latsch, Lyra

Lewis, Nathaniel Lewis, Kaci Luedemann, Sarah Maynard, Amy Miller, Steven Miller, Justin Orr, Austin Rogers, Alia Shedron, Tonya Singer, Logan Stanley, Ty Straits, Madeline Unkefer, Hannah Urconis, Bridget Walker, Gabriel Weidleman, Cameron West. Merit Roll, 3.0-3.49 Eighth grade —Kirsten Balthis, Samantha Bellamy, Talon Brooks, Rachel Brown, Kristina Currans, Cole Geiser, Marcus Haskins, Jordyn Hicks, Broderick Holmes, Shey-Ann Hopkins, Jacob Kapper, Vincent

Lane, Morgan Leathers, Trevor Leeder, Hunter Lemon, Jaret Lester, Jennifer Lyons, Keith Miller, Colten Purdy, Hannah Raber, Abigail Rossiter, Brittany Rowan, Stephen Spidell, Jennifer Sword, Debra Wellman, Grant Yoder. Seventh grade — Dakota Baldwin, Artemio Baten, Shawna Beckett, Kyler Collins, Christopher Cottrill, Hannah Dotson, Andrew Ford, Brock Hicks, Noah Suttle, Richard Tuttle, Emily Weaver, Mikayla Wilson, Keith Yoder.

Ashland-West Holmes Career Center All A’s Juniors West Holmes — Rheanna Glass. Loudonville — Cala Morrison. Seniors Hillsdale — Amber Deter. Loudonville — Zachary Garber. All A’s and B’s Sophomores Hillsdale — Brett

Brightbill, Jett Heldenbrand, Corby Reed. West Holmes — Timothy Rogers, Carissa Summerfield. Juniors Hillsdale — Damon Gantz, Wesley Hawkins, Tyler Mullet, Cora Murray, Kyle Sparr, Brad Wright. West Holmes — Lisa Hesser, Emily Holtzmann, Dustin House, Shawna

May, Sheena May, Jennifer Miller, Preston Miller. Loudonville-Perrysville — Jessica James, Cameron McGowan, Hannah Singleton, Samantha Spreng, Anthony Sweede. Seniors Hillsdale — Cassandra Bee, Everett Couch, Destini Fliger, Amber Haney, Alex Heldenbrand, Ian Justice, Chase Linscott, Tara Moffett,

Susanna Savage, Josalynn Shoemaker, Beth Steele, Valorie Thomas, Stormey Trayter. West Holmes — Jewels Chew, Keaton Maxwell, Taylor Nussbaum, Kaytlynne Spillman. Loudonville-Perrysville — Courtney Bailey, Jaron Easterday, Kobin Jessop, Dana Lewis, Kevin Lowe, Tori Myers, Jacob Nickles, Teddy Vansickle.

News note Portion of Willow closed Thursday Norfolk



road crossing on Willow Road between state Route 226 and Kimber Road will be closed today (Thursday, Nov. 15) for

track maintenance. The recommended detour is state Route 226 and Valley and Kimber roads.

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News notes Threatening Facebook post investigated

East Holmes filling open board seat

A Facebook posting made Monday morning by a 15-year-old Triway High School student was investigated by the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. According to a report on the incident, the post alluded to killing students at the school. The student admitted to law enforcement to making the post, but denied it was sincere. Charges were forwarded to the Prosecutor’s Office for review, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

There is an opening on the East Holmes Board of Education. Any resident interestied in the seat should send a letter of interest, including a brief statement about the reason for interest and a resume, to Marsha Clark, treasurer, East Holmes Local Schools, P.O. Box 182, Berlin 44610. An application packet will be sent to candidates. Letters must be received by end of business Monday.

Controlling Diseases and Insects Controlling Diseases and Insects in Home Fruit Plantings Bulletin 780 is available at the OSU Extension office, 10 S. Clay St., Suite 102, Millersburg. Growing fruit crops in the home garden can be a rewarding experience and a source of enjoyment for many years. This bulletin details the

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Thurston Ralph, 94 Thurston Woodrow Ralph, 94, Kidron, died Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at his home after a period of declining health. Thurston was born Oct. 21, 1918, in Belle Valley, to the late Miles and Leota Ralph, and was a WWII Marine Corps veteran, having fought at Iwo Jima and was awarded a Purple Heart. He was in the grocery business most of his life, working in his father’s grocery store in Belle Valley, several chain grocery stores and the IGA store in Walnut Creek from

1963-76. He also operated the Charm Restaurant for several years. He was a member of St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Marshallville and the Masonic Lodge, where he had received his 50 year pin. Surviving are his wife, Betty; sons George (Ardyth) Ralph of Logan and Thomas Ralph of Saylorsbury, Pa.; twin daughters, Rebecca Shilling of Massillon and Rachel Baughman of Penfield, N.Y.; seven grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; his mother-in-law, Irene Raber of Walnut Creek; sisters-inlaw, Marlene (Mike) Yoder of Millersburg and Karen (Don) Yoder of Berlin.

Memorial services are today (Thursday, Nov. 15) at noon at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Marshallville, with pastor John Corsi officiating. Private burial will be in Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman. Arrangements are being handled by Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton. The family would like to thank the staff of Walnut Hills Nursing Home and Crossroads Hospice for all of their care during Thurston’s illness. Memorial contributions may be made to Crossroads Hospice, 3743 Boettler Oaks Drive, Suite E., Green 44685.

Rosemary Hitchings, 52 Rosemary Yvonne (Jones) Hitchings, 52, Lakeville, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012. She was born Oct. 6, 1960, in Frankfurt, Germany, the daughter of Emma Jean (Lahman) and J.C. Jones. Surviving are children Joe

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Alexander; and many other relatives and special friends that she considered family. She was preceded in death by Dave Norris; her mother, Emma Jean Dills; father, J.C. Jones; brothers Timothy and Cicel Jones; and grandparents Charles and Nellie Lahman. Memorial services will be held at a later date. Donations can be made to Alexander Funeral Home, P.O. Box 108, Millersburg 44654.



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Obituaries Deborah Dobson, 63 Deborah Kay Dobson, 63, of Fredericksburg, went peacefully home to be with God on Tuesday evening, Nov. 6, 2012, at her home after a long and courageous battle with cancer. D e b was born March 2, 1949, in Millersburg to Merrill and Cleota (Sturgis) Smith, and was a 1967 graduate of Waynedale High School. She attended Lee-McRae College in North Carolina, and retired from WayneMedina Community Action following 33 years of service, where she was a pre-school teacher and later disabilities coordinator. Deb served as the mayor of Fredericksburg for 20 years, retiring in 2011 and had previously served several years on village council. She attended Fredericksburg Presbyterian Church, where she served as music leader, sang in the choir, helped with Vacation Bible School and worked on the stain glass window project. She was a member of Moreland Garden Club and was a Fredericksburg Library volunteer. Deb had made her home in Fredericksburg most of her life and in 2009 was honored with

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the Special Recognition Award for her faithful services to the community. She enjoyed music, gardening, traveling, spending time with family and attending her granddaughters school and athletic events. She will be greatly missed by daughter, Lori (Mike) Mullins of Fredericksburg, and son, Chad Dobson of Lakewood; granddaughters, Alexis, Brenna, Olivia and Madelyn Mullins; her father, Merrill Smith of Fredericksburg; sisters, Jackie (Allen) Lewis of Holmesville and Bobbi Jo (Jay) Lax of Orrville; a brother, Michael Smith of Wooster; and a nephew and niece, Jason (Michelle) Lax and Jami Lax. She was preceded in death by her mother, Cleota “Coty” Smith in 2005. Memorial services were Saturday, Nov. 10 at Fredericksburg Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Jack McClelland officiating. Arrangements were handled by Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg. Cremation has taken place. Memorial contributions may be made to Relay for Life; Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; or Fredericksburg Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 259, Fredericksburg 44627.

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Surviving are daughters Nancy (Thomas) McQueen of New Philadelphia, Norma Jean (David) Shutt of Sugarcreek and Carol (Thomas) Dannis of Westerville; a son, Keith (Chris) Travis of Sugarcreek; 10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; eight great-greatgrandchildren; a special friend, Carl Beamer of Dover; and stepsons Robert (Trudy) Sensel and William (Glenda) Sensel, both of Sherrodsville. In addition to his wives, he was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Paul, Doran and Robert; two grandchildren; and a stepdaughter, Dana. Services were Friday, Nov. 9, at Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek, with the Revs. Eric Rummel and Welton Stein officiating. Burial was in East Lawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to First United Church of Christ, 526 W. Main St., Sugarcreek 44681; or Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County, 716 Commercial Ave. SW, New Philadelphia 44663.

Richard Van Kirk, 71 Richard Clarence Van Kirk, 71, of Big Prairie, passed away Nov. 5, 2012. He was born July 29, 1 9 4 1 , in Darlington, Pa., the son of David Edward a n d Martha A l i c e Brooks Van Kirk, and married Carol Ann Giles on Sept. 10, 1961. She survives. He was the owner of Dick’s Cycle Specialties. Dick liked motorcycles, football, basket-

ball and target shooting. He served his country with the U.S. Army from 1958-61. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Marcy Lynn Van Kirk and David Edward Van Kirk of Atlanta, Ga. Richard was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Kenneth Edward Van Kirk; and a sister, Suzanne Digman. Friends were received at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster on Thursday, Nov. 8. Burial was planned for a later date at the convenience of the family.

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Lloyd A. Travis, 96, Sugarcreek, died Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, at Walnut Hills Retirement Home, after a period of declining health. He was born May 30, 1916, in Sugarcreek to the late Albert E. and Hazel Mae (Zahner) Travis, and was married to Carrie (Mutschelknaus) Travis for 53 years. She passed away in August 1991. He later was married to Velma (Sensel) Travis, who passed away in July 2007. Lloyd was a dairy farmer in the New Cumberland area and an employee at Fairfield Brick Co. for many years. He retired from the Warner & Swasey (Gradall) Co. in New Philadelphia. He was a member of First United Church of Christ in Sugarcreek, Village Shade Tree Committee, Green Valley Ruritan Club in Sherrodsville, and was a life member of the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers.


William Charles Boss, 84, of Shreve, passed away peacefully, Oct. 12, 2012. He was preceded in death by his wife, Carol and leaves three children, five grandchildren, three

great-grandchildren, a brother and four sisters. Funeral services were Friday, Oct. 19 at Hummel Funeral Home, 3475 Copley Road, Copley. Interment was in Copley Cemetery.

Edna Maki, 87 Edna V. Maki, 87, formerly of Orrville, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, at Shady L a w n Health C a r e C o m m u n i t y, after a period of declining health. She was born in Austinburg on March 5, 1925, the daughter of Charles N. and Estella V. (Trenholm) Butterfield, and was united in marriage to John M. Maki on Sept. 21, 1940, in Steubenville. He died July 29, 2004. Edna had been employed in the laboratory at Molded Fiberglass Company in Ashtabula, and later was at the J.M. Smucker Company in Orrville. She attended St. Michael’s United Church of Christ in Marshallville, and enjoyed spending time with her family, collecting dolls, and playing cards. Surviving are a son, John L. Maki of Millersburg; daughters, Betty (William) Plumeri of

Naples, Fla. and Barb (Dave) Bupp of Orrville; grandchildren, Heidi (Lee) Zerivitz, Gary (Kim) Price, Matthew (Tina) Maki, John W. Maki, Autumn E. Maki, Brandon Bupp and Adam (Kim) Bupp; and 14 great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by brothers, Chester, Leroy and Harold Butterfield; and sisters, Jesse Deibler, Marie Rock, Dorothy Krachinski, Isabelle Murphy, Nelma Butterfield and Rosalie Butterfield. Edna’s family would like to express their gratitude for the loving care given by the people at Shady Lawn Health Care Community and Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County. Services were held at Auble Funeral Home in Orrville on Thursday, Nov. 8, with pastor Joe Routh officiating. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery, Orrville. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael’s United Church of Christ, 22 E. Euclid St., Marshallville 44645.

Denise Tracey, 56 WOOSTER — Denise M. Tracey, 56, of Wooster, died Tuesday evening, Nov. 6, 2 0 1 2 , at Ohio S t a t e U n i versity M e d i cal Center in Columbus, after a nine month courageous battle with cancer. Denise was born Feb. 29, 1956, in Fredericksburg, the daughter of James and Jean (McKelvey) Bricker and married Blinn Tracey on Nov. 16, 1974. He survives. She was a 1974 graduate of Waynedale High School and had worked for 20 years at the Pine Tree Barn. Denise had made her home in Wooster for the past four years having previously resided in the Fredericksburg and Dayton areas. She enjoyed planting and tending to her flowers and spending time with her family and her two kitties.

She will be greatly missed by her husband, Blinn; a son and daughter-in-law, Josh and Emily Tracey of Millersburg; a granddaughter, Addison Tracey; a stepgrandson, Cameron Ault; her mother, Jean Bricker of Wooster; sisters and brothers-in-law, Beth and Jeff Reed of Fredericksburg, Brenda and Dave Miller of Millersburg and Debbie and Keith Hewitt of Fredericksburg; her father-inlaw, Lavern Tracey of Orrville; and nieces and nephews. Her father died previously. Graveside services for the family were held Sunday, Nov. 11, at Fredericksburg East Cemetery, with the Rev. Jack McClelland officiating. Arrangements were handled by Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg. Memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 1311 Mamaroneck Ave., No. 310, White Plains, N.Y. 10605.

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I’m getting lost in the transition of seasons I feel like Elmer Fudd, caught in the middle of an argument between Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck; it’s wabbit season. Duck season! Wabbit season. Is it football season or basketball season? I’m trying hard to get into the swing of the approaching basketball season, but with all the hoopla surrounding West Holmes football this fall, it’s hard to change gears. I go through the logical progression every summer from baseball and golf to fall sports as the seasons change, and it is usually an easy transition from fall sports into winter. But not this year. I did write my West Holmes girls basketball preview, and I’ve interviewed other basketball and wrestling coaches and taken some basketball pictures, but it hasn’t quite pushed me over the edge where I delve wholeheartedly into the new season. And that new season begins in nine short days. The West Holmes Lady Knights entertain the TriValley Scotties on Saturday, Nov. 24 in the season opener at the Dungeon. And then, less than a week later, the Knights are supposed to host the Hiland Hawks in the tipoff of the 2012-13 boys

basketball season. I can’t imagine the Knights will be in much basketball shape, as only two of the varsity hoopsters from last season, Donnie Dowling and Mike DeWitt, have been practicing on the hardwoods, while Gabe Snyder, Brock Macaulay, Brady Arnold, Keaton Leppla, Ryan Neer, Grant Hay, Layne Perone and Josh Neer are still grinding it out on the gridiron. Basketball coach Jim Lindeman doesn’t seem to be too worried about his athletes missing time, as long as they bring the same winning attitude they employ on the football field onto the basketball court. After watching Snyder thrive as a defensive end this season, I get a better understanding of what makes him such an impressive and relentless rebounder on the basketball court. Not only does he possess great size and strength, but he loves contact and banging on people. I remember the Knights of 2000 that made a long trip into the playoffs and the success that followed in basketball, thanks to the likes of Rod Taylor, Matt Cohen and other great athletes who played both sports back then. This year’s team is very reminiscent of the 2000 squad. Here’s hoping they enjoy the same type of success.

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West Holmes’ Layne Perone looks to fend off a Steubenville defender during last Saturday’s Div. III, Region 11 second-round playoff game in New Philadelphia. Perone rushed for 127 yards and two touchdowns in the Knights’ 35-7 victory over the Big Red.

West Holmes turns Steubenville mistakes into second-round win

By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer West Holmes took advantage of every opportunity that came its way, and the Knights created a few of their own in rolling over the Big Red of Steubenville 35-7 in the Div. III Region 11 semifinal Saturday at Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium. The biggest break of the night came on the opening kickoff of the second half that bounced off a Steubenville player and Alex Wengerd recovered at the 28 of the Big Red. “That was a big play for us. We’ve preached since we’ve been in the playoffs that you can’t turn the ball over,” West Holmes coach Kevin Maltarich said. “And if you get a turnover, you’ve got to take advanBy KEVIN LYNCH tage of it. And our kids did.” Staff Writer On the very next play, Gabe The road to Super Bowl XLVII started in Holmes Snyder hit Brady Arnold in stride County back in July with a sister/brother duo win- heading into the end zone for a ning the local 12-13-year-old local competition for 21-7 lead and the Knights cruised Punt, Pass & Kick held at West Holmes High School from there. on July 28. “They got down after that and PP&K is a yearly event and one of the oldest spon- we knew we controlled our destiny sored by the NFL that is open to boys and girls 6-15 from there,” Snyder said. “I knew years old. The children compete with one punt, one pass Brady was going to run under that and one kick for total distance. Accuracy counts as well. with his speed. Watching him run The two Holmes County youths, Bo and Madison under that was a great feeling.” Kandel of Killbuck, won the local event and qualified Snyder didn’t throw often, but to Sectional competition in McConnelsville on Oct. when he did, he was effective, con20. necting on 4-of-7 passes for 54 yards. See Pg. 32 — STATE PP&K He didn’t have to throw often,

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“(I)f you get a turnover, you’ve got to take advantage of it. And our kids did.” West Holmes coach Kevin Maltarich because the ground game did its job, led by Layne Perone. The record-setting running back piled up 127 yards on 19 carries, and two touchdowns. He gave the Knights a 6-0 lead at 8:09 of the first quarter, busting off a 9-yard run for a score. Logan Gallion’s kick sailed wide. The Big Red bounced right back with a 45-yard scoring strike from Corey Stinson to Kai McClurg to take a 7-6 lead with 4:57 remaining in the opening period. Following a West Holmes punt and a turnover on downs by the Big Red, the Knights took the lead and never looked back with 5:21 remaining in the first half. Perone powered in from 15 yards out and holder Arnold threw a two-point conversion to Brock Macaulay for a 14-7 lead that the Knights took into the locker room at the break. Then came the big momentum swing with the fumbled kickoff. “They took advantage of their opportunities. They’re well coached,” venerable Steubenville coach Reno Saccoccia said.

“Tonight West Holmes was the better team. We gave them too many opportunities, and they took advantage of whatever we gave them. I thought at halftime we were still in the game. But we had a bad start to the second half, and they took advantage of it. That’s what they were supposed to do.” The Knights made it 28-7 on a Garrett Mackey touchdown trot from 7 yards out. Gallion’s conversion kick made it 28-7, and Grant Hay capped off the scoring with a 19-yard scoring jaunt with 7:28 remaining in the game. “Congratulations to West Holmes. They’re a good football team,” Saccoccia said. “Tonight wasn’t our night, but West Holmes was part of our problem.” The Big Red bows out at 9-3. The Knights improve to 11-1 and will face Dover next Saturday, most likely at Fawcet Stadium in Canton. “People see that name ‘Big Red’ and the storied history. But our kids don’t care about that. They know what they’ve got to do to See Pg. 32 — WEST HOLMES

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6 Knights All-District first team The West Holmes football team had plenty of honorees on the Associated Press Eastern All-District team. Dover, however, took home the two big awards. On Saturday, the two squads will vie for the biggest prize of all — a Final Four berth. The Knights had six players named to the All-District first squad, including three on offense and three on defense. Running back Layne Perone, tight end Brock Macaulay and offensive lineman cracked the list, as did defensive lineman Gabe Snyder, linebacker Keaton Leppla and defensive back Brady Arnold. Running back Garrett Mackey made the second team as a running back. The Tornadoes had the offensive and defensive players of the year in Mason Mamarella and Demetrius Farmer, respectively. Craig Clarke of Zanesville Maysville was named Coach of the Year.

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West Holmes fan blocks, knowing who to block, when and just win, and they go out and work harder than them do it,” Maltarich said. and hit them harder,” The Knights were one offensive lineman Tyler play away from a shutout Singleton said. for the sixth time in six Mission accomplished. weeks according to Mal“Those guys up front tarich. don’t get enough credit “Over the last seven up there,” Maltarich said. weeks, we’re one play or “Tyler (Singleton)’s been two plays away from hav- doing that all year for us. ing six shutouts. That says That’s nothing new for us. a lot about our defense,” I can’t say enough about the coach said. “Right our offensive line and our now our defense is play- defense. ing with a lot of confi“Gabe is something dence. else. He owns that defen“Our defense is playing sive line and he knows very well. And so is our all the ins and outs of offensive line. Those two our offense,” Maltarich things are big if you want added. “It’s not always to make playoff runs and throwing the perfect pass, win championships,” Mal- but managing the game tarich added. “We’ve got and running our offense to continue to get better how it’s supposed to be on both sides of the ball.” run.” The offensive line isn’t “I love making plays doing too bad, either. on defense, and I get to The Knights churned out make a few on offense as 265 yards on 45 carries well,” Snyder said. “It’s a against the Big Red, while great feeling. I just have holding Steubenville to to make sure I do my 97 yards on 31 attempts. fakes and take care of the “They had a really fast, ball. Defense is the most strong defensive line. We fun thing you can do. I worked all week on our love hitting people.” (Continued From Page 31)

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Even the art students are getting in on the football frenzy at West Holmes High School. Students in Cathie Lynch’s Art I class at West Holmes recently completed a mural of West Holmes coach Kevin Maltarich. The mural was done in the style of American photo realist Chuck Close. West Holmes senior running back/defensive lineman Garrett Mackey serves as an art critic, admiring the work on display outside the main office at the high school. Much like the Knights’ gridiron stars, the students had to work as a team, bringing 30 pieces together to make one large picture.


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Football has become a passing game, not only in the NFL but at the college level as well. Need evidence? Take a look at the last Saturday in September of 2012 alone. That’s when West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, Baylor QB Nick Florence and Miami QB Stephen Morris combined to throw for more than a mile - a mile - in total yardage. Each threw for at least 550 yards, which hadn’t been accomplished by even one college quarterback since Case Keenum did it for Houston in 2009. So what is the record for most yards gained through the air in a college football game? The answer provides further proof that these days, the sport belongs to the quarterbacks. At the start of the 2012 season, Sam Durley, signal caller for Division III Eureka College in Illinois, threw for an astounding 736 yards in a 62-55 victory over rival Knox College, in a new NCAA record. The end of the 2012 major league season confirmed two telling trends about baseball. For the seventh straight year, strikeouts were up. In 2012, teams averaged a new record of almost eight strikeouts per nine-inning game. Overall, strikeouts increased almost 20% since 2005. And get this: entering the 2012 playoffs, in the 16 previous full seasons since the wildcard format began (not counting strike-shortened campaigns) teams that won 92 or fewer games became World Series champions nine times. That’s just three fewer times than in the previous 90 years.

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Bo Kandel (left) and his sister Madison display their hardware for winning the sectional Punt, Pass and Kick competition at McConnellsville. The duo will be competing in Cleveland at the state competition with a potential trip to the Super Bowl for the winners.

Again, both Kandels won their age group, with 13-year-old Bo turning in a total distance of 252-feet, 7-inches, and 12-year-old Madison Kandel totaling an astonishing 301-10, which not only won the 12-13-yearold girls competition, but was 40 feet more than any other age group, boys or girls, at the event. “I didn’t think we’d make it this far,” Bo, an eighth-grader at West Holmes Middle School, said. “We just have to go out, do our best and have fun with it.” Both Bo and Madison now will travel to the state competition held on Sunday, Nov. 25, at the Cleveland Browns practice facility in Berea to compete for a chance to continue for a Super Bowl berth, where the finals are held. Following the competition on the 25th, the two will then attend the Browns/Steelers game at Cleveland Browns Stadium and will be having a PP&K exhibition at halftime on the stadium field. “This is really exciting,” said Madison, a seventhgrader at West Holmes Middle School. “Passing is my strong point, but I like them all.” The Kandel kids credit their grandfather, Bob Spurgeon, for getting them involved in the PP&K competition and helping them prepare. “We go out and practice kicking at the high school practice field,” Spurgeon said. “I provided the footballs and the tee for them and they do all the work.” Spurgeon said it is fun for him to see his grandchildren competing in the same thing he did as a kid. “We used to have a local winner, but no one ever seemed to make it this far,” Spurgeon said. He will be taking the children to a hotel in the Cleveland area the night before the competition so they will get to enjoy the experience even more. The Kandel kids are Browns fans who also like the Indianapolis Colts. Their father, Randy Kandel, is a Steelers fan, which makes the trip to Cleveland even better. They are the children of Randy and Amber Kandel of Killbuck.

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LEGAL NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Notice is hereby given in compliance with Section 5715.17 R.C. of Ohio that the tax returns for the current year have been revised and the valuations complete and the books are now open for public inspection in the County Auditor's Office. This notice is posted in its entirety on Ohio's Public Notice website at: By Order of Jackie McKee, Holmes County Auditor, Holmes County Board of Revision, Secretary, 75 East Clinton Street, Suite 107, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. 330-674- 1896. Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper November 15, 2012

LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE 11/8/2012 Issuance of Draft Air Pollution Permit-To-Install and Operate ROBIN DEVELOPMENT CENTER 5200 CR 120 Berlin Twp., OH 44610 Holmes County FACILITY DESC.: All Other Rubber Product Manufacturing PERMIT #: P0110234 PERMIT TYPE: Administrative Modification PERMIT DESC: Administrative Modification of no. 2 dip coating adhesive to metal parts to include federally enforceable restriction(s) to limit HAP emissions to minor source levels. The Director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency issued the draft permit above. The permit and complete instructions for requesting information or submitting comments may be o b t a i n e d a t : /permitsonline.aspx by entering the permit # or: Christine McPhee, Ohio EPA DAPC, Northeast District Office, 2110 East Aurora Road, Twinsburg, OH 44087. Ph. (330) 425-9171. Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper November 15, 2012

LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE 11/8/2012 Issuance of Draft Air Pollution Permit-To-Install and Operate ROBIN DEVELOPMENT CENTER 5200 CR 120 Berlin Twp., OH 44610 Holmes County FACILITY DESC.: All Other Rubber Product Manufacturing PERMIT #: P0110080

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PERMIT TYPE: Initial Installation PERMIT DESC: Installation of Dip tank no. 2 with facility-wide restrictions on materials usage to limit single HAP and combined HAP emissions so that facility retains minor HAP source status.

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LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES The following applications and/or verified complaints were received, and the following draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last week. The complete public notice including additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information or a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: /actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-2129 email: FINAL ISSUANCE OF PERMIT TO INSTALL LITTLE COTTAGE COMPANY 4050 CR 135 BERLIN TWP. OH ACTION DATE : 11/05/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: WASTEWATER IDENTIFICATION NO. : 889099 This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to ERAC. Little Cottage Company Wastewater Holding Tank and Oil/Water Separator at 4050 County Road 135 Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper November 15, 2012


DRIVERS: $2,500 Sign-On Bonus! Dedicated Account! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109

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

I WILL DO all your Holiday Baking needs - Homemade pies & cakes, cookies or desserts - Call for details, 330-279-3615.

HORSESHOER LOOKING for a driver 3-4 days per week. Charm/Walnut Creek area. (330) 893-0906



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!!

105 General 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. OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for rig hands. (740) 824-4692. SERVER/BARTENDER WANTED, part time. 2 years experience. Apply at Hotel Millersburg, 35 W. Jackson Street or call 330-674-1457. CLEANERS NEEDED 5-6 days/week, p/t evenings in Wooster. Call (330) 825-2045 for interview. PART-TIME truck washer needed for Thurs. & Sats. for indoor wash bay. Must be able to operate over the road tractors on-site, but a CDL is not needed. Holmes Co. area. Contact 330-852-7111. 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

WILL MAKE birthday or any decorated cakes. Order your special flavor, size, decoration or saying. Mrs. Matt Mast, 2465 TR 152, Baltic. (330) 893-4517.

Berlin is seeking a full time chiropractic assistant. We are looking for a dynamic person who is organized, dependable, outgoing and a multi-tasker who is willing to serve with a smile. Our position includes front desk & therapy duties. Experience is not required, we train! Knowledge of Dutch would be a plus. Please send resume to, 4481 TR 367, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Attn: Becki (no phone calls please).

Farm Equipment

FOR SALE: 800 gal Mueller tank for maple syrup or storage. $1,200 330-893-4360. GRAVITY WAGONS, two Killbros model

Antiques Collectibles 350, extended sides, extendable hitches,

TURN OF the century roll top desk,

good cond., $2,100 each. Smaller gravity wagon box, $350; running gear available, $350. Holmesville, 330-473-7647.

(740) 501-4974.

TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.

54"x32", $750. obo. Corner cupboard, 120 Manufacturing /Industrial painted white, leaded windows, $450. FOR SALE. Golden comet pullets. Laying well. $9.50ea. David H Yoder, 2905

OPEN THANKSGIVING 6:00am - 3:00pm Route 83 Restaurant 7501 SR 83 Holmesville Monday-Sunday 6am-9pm Great Food & Spirits. Breakfast all day! 330-279-3663

Notices BUSY CHRISTIAN chiropractic office in

CASH FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, batteries, brass, aluminum, and any metal. Call (330) 473-8410.

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Notice: DEER Processing, Hamburger, steaks and take to Yoder Custom Meats for Bologna etc. All for $30. David J. Yoder, 8077 Buss Rd., Apple Creek, OH

The Director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency issued the draft permit above. The permit and complete instructions for reWe will skin and debone deer, questing information or sub- Notice: also have grinder & cooler. Nelson Miller mitting comments may be 1492 TR 414, Dundee. 330-359-5942 o b t a i n e d a t : V.M. SOL'S INSPIRATIONAL Showroom has /permitsonline.aspx by entering a large variety of P.Graham Dunn prodthe permit # or: Christine ucts and other great gift items for the holMcPhee, Ohio EPA DAPC, idays. 330-893-3100. Northeast District Office, 2110 East Aurora Road, 70 Business Opportunity Twinsburg, OH 44087. Ph. (330) 425-9171. THE ECONOMY GOT Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper November 15, 2012

Drivers Trucking


AD12719491 NOW 01200 HIRING: Well 288 Rounded Detailed Maintenance Technicians for ourmaintenance afternoon position and midnight shifts in our Brewster and Massillon, Ohio manufacturing facilities. Seeking individuals with knowledge of PLC’s, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, Fabrication and Electrical Systems. Candidates must be clean shaven and NON- tobacco users. Competitive rates with a comprehensive benefits package included. EOE

125 Medical / Healthcare ASAP HOMECARE and Home Nurses, Inc. has several opportunities for Home Health Aides & STNA's. We are a well established and growing company looking for people who have a genuine heart for the people they care for. Please contact Kristen at 330.334.7027 or email ASAP is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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


Child Care

RETIRED NURSE offering child care in our country home. Between Killbuck, Mlbg, Nashville. Hourly Rate. Toddler thru 10 yrs. 330-276-0472


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.

155 Sales / Marketing AG AND SALES EXPERIENCE? Ag Chem Co EXPANSION! Local Exclusive territory. Great $$$. Flex hours. Computer skills not needed. Start ASAP. 941-456-8384 / cell

FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter

Appliances Electronics Spreader, (330) 359-1127.

FOR SALE: 2 refrigerators in good condition. 8 cu Consul, 8 cu Servel. (330) 897-8070

250 GAL ZERO Bulk Tank, $650. Wanted: Fire Brick. Samuel M. Yoder, 2386 CR 200, Dundee. (888) 790-1473 / VM

FOR SALE: Victory Display Case c o o l e r , with sliding glass doors. 24x48. $550 OBO (330) 857-6393.

INTERNATIONAL 624 DEISEL tractor, shuttle clutch, runs good, ground 60 HP, hard rubber or air rear wheels, $3500. (330) 763-4827.

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

FOR RENT: Cat skid loader with cab. Call (330) 763-3811.

WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR side by side. Water and ice maker. Excellent condition, like new, white. 330-231-1652, $500. 5 YEAR old Whirlpool natural gas cook stove, $150. Haier Portable Washer $75. Call 330-317-4410. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, Very cold, older. Perfect for garage or shop. $50. Call (330) 852-2466.


Construction Equipment

450-C CASE Dozer, 6 way blade, good condition, 32HP, Isuzu Diesel. $1,900. Wayne Miller, 6753 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 1997 Daewoo 4000lb Forklift. LP gas, side shift, runs good. $2,600. Mullet Run Lumber (330) 893-4085 '05 JD 650JLT 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. '04 Case 850K dozer, cab, 5300 hrs, $35,000. '04 Allied winch for Case 850K $15,750. JD 550H dozer $30,000. '97 JD450G LC-IV dozer $22,500. '92 JD 650G w/ winch, arch, screens $35,000. '95 Cat D4H-II dozer 1400 hrs on complete rebuild $30,000. JD 850B w/ winch $26,000. Cat D4D dozer $15,000. '06 Komatsu PC200LC-8 $78,000. "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. '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe w/ hyd thumb $20,000. '04 Yanmar VIO 35 mini hoe $14,000. '04 Komatsu WA180 wheel loader w/ 7K hrs, bucket and log forks $45,000. Ford A62 Wheel Loader $8,500. '07 JD605C crawler loader w/ forks $55,000. JD 555G crawler loader, rebuilt trans $21,000. '89 JD455G crawler loader cab, tooth basket $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. '94 JD 648E skidder $24,500. '96 Franklin 170 grapple skidder, new rear tires $18,500. JD 640 skidder $17,000. 3-JD440C 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. Lots of misc. forks and buckets. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886.

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. INTERNATIONAL 560 narrow front diesel tractor on hard rubber, $2000. 330-852-3107 ext. 1 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. FOR RENT: Brush hog for skid loader, 6 ft, extreme duty. $100. per day. Baltic area. (330) 897-0152. NH 33 Green Chopper. $2500 Excellent Condition, NH 65 Hay Baler, $1250, NH 256 Rake, $3500. Call (330) 791-5345 2006 NEW Holland TC40A, 4x4 tractor, 40HP, loader with quick hitch bucket, canopy, shuttle shift, rear hyd, 820 hours, $15, 500. Jeff Miller, (330) 852-3029. 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. FOR SALE: Quick tatch Skid Loader Pallet Forks, like new, $525. daytime: 330-359-0150, evening: 330-359-5939 Mt. Eaton Trailer. NEW IDEA Elevator, 32' hay and grain, electric motor, good cond, $600. Holmesville, 330-473-7647. FOR SALE: Fiberglass for sheep/cows feeders gates. Dean Yoder, 9296 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg OH 44627. MASSEY FERGUSON 461, 2004 60HP, 1156 hours, synchronized with shuttle, $13,500. 330-301-2580. STEINWAY Bale Boss Hay Saver, $700; Pequae 10-ft. hay saver, $1000, David Hershberger. (330) 695-2080, VM. FIELD CULTIVATOR, Brillion 12' wide, transport model, good solid shape. $1,150 obo. Holmesville, 330-473-7647. REESE DISC drum mower, 10'+, adjustable height,extra set of belts & blades, trailed model, $7,750. firm. Millersburg, (330) 473-7647. FOR SALE: Pequea 85G Manure Spreader, horse drawn, ground driven, on rubber, like new. $4000. (330) 876-7007. FOR SALE: 25 HP Pioneer power unit with 2 hydraulic outlets, power steering, in good cond. (330) 674-1504. FOR SALE. 60" quick attach manure forks, slightly used. Made by Mast Farm Service. $600. Ray Yoder, (330) 897-2373.

195 Services FOR RENT: JOHN Deere dozer 650G with FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel winch, $30.per hour. (330) 674-2422.

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.

BOBCAT MT 55 walk behind skid loader, Kubota diesel, bucket and sulky, 1073 hours. $10,000. Jeff Miller, (330) 852-3029.

tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. 8N FORD, good cond. Overhauled. Good rubber, lights, hitch on front, also draw bar in back. $2200. obo. (330) 279-2075.

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BULK SEED bins for sale. Two 6 ton and two 12 ton. 330-231-0092. 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

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

WANTED: Remmington 4-10 gun. State price and condition. 330-893-4211 ext. 1.

SLAB WOOD by the bundle, $15,/ bundle. Also blocking & cutoffs, stacked on pallets, $20/ each. (330) 897-1038.

8 YEAR old standard gelding, one man horse, $800. obo. (330) 674-1934.

56" Paint Pony Gelding, 7 years old, Traffic Safe, Children can drive. Also, Bio-Plastic Pony harness Leroy Burkholder, 7945 Fredericksburg Rd, Fredericksburg, (330) 695-2001

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

FIRST CUTTING Hay. Big square bales. $125 each. (330) 893-3463

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

SHAVINGS ANIMAL bedding. Mostly planer shavings. $4.25 a bale, approx. $130 a ton Delivery available. 330-279-2146.

FOR SALE: Cut Up Seasoned Slabwood, $30 for a pick-up load, delivery avail. 330-439-8494

ORGANIC BEEF by the quarter, whole or half, call for price. Will be ready by Thanksgiving. Place your order now. (330) 897-1348 x1


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

Garage Yard Sales

MOVING SALE: Everything must go!, Nov. 16-17, 8am-? 9000 CR 192, Fredericksburg. Couch, loveseat, clean bedroom suite, full bed, 27" Sharp TV, misc. furn., crocks, Princess house, Home & Garden, Longeberger, nursery bedding & decor, baby equip, boy's 0-3T, girls 0-4T, lots of misc - RAIN OR SHINE!

LARGE SQUARE bales of alfalfa, hay & straw for sale. Will deliver. (573) 823-0258.


SQUARE Bales, $8.50; Round bales, $155; 6yr. old Belgian gelding, broke; 5 Holstein open heifers. 330-893-3087 x4.

3 YR old 58" black & white mare, broke to ride & been on trails, $800. Used 15-16" English saddle, good cond., $200 obo. (330) 897-3306 ext 1.

FOR SALE: 1st cutting, 2nd cutting, 3rd cutting hay, round bales. (330) 359-5730.


3 YEAR old registered Dutch harness standard bred cross gelding. Bay with 2 hind whites. 100% TSS. Upheaded family or boy's horse. (330) 674-9313. 7 YR old gelding trotter, good broke, ready for miles, TSS, drives very nice, $3950. Also 3 yr old gelding, all trot, good surrey horse, TSS, $2300. Duane Weaver. (330) 674-1777. 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. REGISTERED WHITE Dorper rams & ewe lambs, good shedding genetics. $325-$550. 330-897-2907 ext 3. 54929 SR 651, Baltic, OH 43804. 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

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

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.

FOR SALE: 2 gray miniature Jenny donkeys, 3 and 4 years old. (330) 698-3042

SPLIT SEASONED firewood for sale. Near Welcome, west of Millersburg. $50. pick up load. (330) 231-3350.

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

7 year old black Gelding, all trot, big enough for surrey. Also some other nice family drivers on hand. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096. WANTED: TSS gelding that anybody can drive. (330) 359-0290 ext 5. FOR SALE. 7 & 8 year old standard bred, TSS, anybody can drive. $800 & $1000. (330) 897-5700 ext. 1. 6 YR old Chestnut Crosss bred G e l d i n g , 2 white legs and a strip, good broke, TSS. 9 yr old Standard Bred Gelding, good broke, TSS. 3 yr old Standard Bred Mare, Boys horse, TSS. (330) 231-5219



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FOR SALE: Two coming 2 year old Belgian Geldings. Priced to sell. Roy Coblentz, 1165 US 62 Wilmot 330-359-5730 FOR SALE: Started cross-bred bull calves, 200-300lbs. $200 each. David Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg (330) 893-2892 FOR SALE: One Cheviot Ram lamb. Born in March, $200. 9431 CR 216, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

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

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.

ard of excellence. $450 5th cutting deer hay, round bales, wrapped. (330) 264-8705. EASY ENTRY Pony Cart with 20" tires. $300 Medium pony harness $125. (330) 852-2466. 9 YR. OLD black Dutch Percheron cross. Big up headed driving mare, tss, $1400/obo. 330-674-4997 FOR SALE: 6 yr old standard bred morgan cross, good traveler, family horse, $2000. obo. John O Miller Jr, 330-893-1617. 2 YR. old 43" black pony gelding. Well started, TSS. Marcus Miller (330)852-7094 ext. 1. 17 MONTH old registered Holstein bull, ready for cows. 3 point tire scraper. Marvin Coblentz, 992 US 62, Wilmot. (330) 359-5570.

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. 7 YEAR OLD brown standard bred m a r e , TSS, Mostly trot, stands well to hitch. $1,500. 330-275-5022. 6 YEAR old pony mare, 48", broke to ride & drive, needs driver with a little experience. $475. 330-893-3649 6 year old Bay trotting mare, anybody can drive, $1600 Also, standard bred Wengling Filly $1000 OBO (330) 763-4669. FOR SALE: Australian Shepherd, 8 mo old female. 330-893-2776 3 MONTH old Alpine Saanen cross Billy goat. Out of good dairy stock. $50.00. Elmer Yoder, 330-893-3687 ext. 1.

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

3878 CR 135, Millersburg, OH 44654 • 330-893-4724

Batteries, deep cycle, starters & etc. Solar panels, LED bulbs & lights. Mid state gas lights & chargers.



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5959 TR 605 • Millersburg, Ohio Voice Mail: 330-674-1506 Open Mon., Wed., Fri. 8-5; Sat. 8-12; Evening by Chance; Closed Tue., Thurs. & Sun.

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BLACK WEANLING Percheron cross filly, out of Weibren. 7 year old pony mare, TSS, broke to ride & drive, $500. Weanling pony stud colt, $150. Call 330-893-2520, between 11:30 & 12, ask for Monroe. 6 YEAR old black morgan standard bred gelding. Rides, drives, buggy size. Safe for women. $2200. (330) 893-3733. 4 YEAR old mostly trot standard bred mare, TSS, woman can drive. $1,500. Junior Yoder (330) 897-5700†VM-4

GRASS FED Holstein steer, approx. 1100 lbs. Call Josh 330-897-6005.

EWES - Spring lambs - Ready to breed, full blood Poly Pay - foot rot free herd. (330) 695-2042.

FOR SALE: 3/4 Arabian, 1/4 Morgan. 8 yr. old mare. Broke to ride. Traffic safe and sound. Women can drive. Also, 36 in. Magic Chef cook stove. Basement only, $100. Levi Yoder, Fredericksburg, OH, 330-763-3667 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. 18 BLACK and black/white face and gray feeder calf heifers, 350-450 lbs, weaned & started on feed; 10 weaned steers, 350-450 lbs; 23 weaned steers, 500-600 lbs. Delivery available. (740) 567-4205.

9 YR. old surrey size gelding, $1900. (330) 473-3507

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 FOR SALE: 6 year old Black Standard Bred Gelding, also boys top buggy. (330) 359-2616. 11 YEAR old standard bred gelding, safe for women, big enough for surrey, $800. (330) 674-1934. FOR SALE. 800 lb steer. 330-231-1475

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

3 YR old black, DHH x saddlebred, 16 H, buggy broke. Sire: Albert. Good traveler. Powerful driver. (330) 698-0306.

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

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

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: 11 year old standard bred gelding, TSS, $1,000. . (330) 852-9030. FARMERSTOWN COMMUNITY LIVESTOCK AUCTION LLC Horse sale, Nov. 24, 10 am. Expecting a load from out of state. Hay & straw sale, 9:45 am. FOR SALE: 4 yr old trotting bred gelding, sharp trotter. Also two 3 yr old geldings, mostly trot. All TSS. Good boy's or family horses. John D Miller, TR 169 Sugarcreek. (330) 852-2162. 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. ONE 4 year old trotter, one 7 year old. Traffic safe & sound. Buggy broke. Both drive nice. Melvin Gingerich, (330) 893-1657.

52" YEARLING black pony stud, $300. 2 pony saddles, 1 large, 1 medium, with bridles. (330) 897-2412.


Horses Livestock

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: 3 year old black standard bred gelding. Star & 2 hind white legs. Shies about traffic but otherwise very sensible. $2200. (330) 600-9098.


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PIGEONS - Performing Almond Rollers. Also Helmets and Komorner Tumblers, black, red & blue. (330) 893-2529.

FOR SALE. Ringneck Pheasants, $6. each. Aden Yoder. (330) 893-7313.


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2 YR OLD Chestnut Morgan Gelding, broke single & double. 6 yr old cross-bred Gelding, broke single & double. TSS (330) 231-5219


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WWW.SWISSAUTOMART.NET Bob Stutzman Sales Quality Used Cars & Trucks Sales & Service 330.852.2312

5 year old Registered mare, all trot, T S S , women can drive, broke single or double, $1750 OBO Daniel Raber, Durstine Rd, Dundee. 330-231-1540.

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

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6 YEAR OLD Gelding, Surrey size, all trot, 3 year old black gelding, mostly trot, 3 year old trotting bred Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096.

7 YR old standard bred mare, TSS, mostly trot, $1800. obo. Robert Yoder, (330) 695-2026.

Firewood Fuel 4yr old Trotter, by Boss Vita, drives tops, FOR SALE: Weanling Filly out of stand-

FOR SALE: Partly seasoned firewood. $40/Rick, Cut up slab wood $30 p/u load. Slabwood $15/Bundle. Mullet Run Lumber (330) 893-4085

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3 YEAR old chestnut mare, trotting bred, TSS, small but very tough, women drove her in the buggy. 330-275-0164.

Farm Products Produce

4X4 NET Wrapped Corn Fodder Bales. $40 ea. 330-231-0092

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HITZER HARD Coal stove, with hopper, good condition. $500 Junior Yoder (330) 897-5700†VM-4

FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. 10 yd load $85 + delivery. Henry J. Miller. 330-852-3363.


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FOR SALE: Brown & white miniature gelding, broke to drive, TSS. $275. Brandon Raber, 5009 TR 628, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 275-8136. FOR SALE. 7 Feeder pigs. Phone (330) 893-9182.

FOR SALE: 11 yr old Belgian gelding, broke. Andy Yoder, 3278 TR 162, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. (330) 852-2723. 2 YEAR OLD Black Dutch Cross mare, Good Action, not broke, sired by Winand's Bill. $1,100. 330-275-5022. 9 YR. old gelding, trotting bred sire: CR Royal Magic; sire of dam-Defiant Yankee, good traveler, boy's horse, $1200. (330) 852-1909 REGISTERED KATAHDIN ram, good genetics, Scrapies & parasite resistant. $250. (330) 987-3952. FOR SALE: 1 year old Royal Whitebreeder ram. Very Nice. (330) 674-2500


Household Furnishings

TWIN BED Oak headboard, mattress, box spring, frame. Like new. $350 cash 330-674-7181. FOR SALE: Blue loveseat, very good cond. $350. Michael Miller, 3829 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. FOR SALE: Gas floor lamp & Coleman gas lanterns. Paul Weaver, 9181 CR 77, Fredericksburg. 330-695-2398, VM. 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. CUSHMAN SOLID wood table with pullout extensions & 5 chairs, $400; Chrome Craft table & 5 chairs, $125. (330) 674-9124.

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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. MAYTAG RINGER Washer. Choice of square or round tub. Both rebuilt. 330-695-6793. LA-Z-BOY recliner & loveseat, brown couch, dresser, chest, kitchen chairs, toddler bed, beds & frames, office chairs, file cabinet, baby cribs, bar stools, new & used mattress sets. 2529 TR 110, Millersburg, OH. 2 miles W of Beck's Mills. (330) 674-0944. 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 WANTED: Floral Pattern Home & Garden serving bowl set, dinner plats, and mugs. 330-621-8426


Hunting Fishing

MARLIN SLUG gun bolt action 12 ga 3" model 512 w/ scope. Good cond. $275. (330) 893-3775 ext 1. 12 GA MARLIN Slugmaster For Sale with scope $550. Please call 330-204-8691 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.

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SHOP CONCEALMENT UNLIMITED for ladies CCW gear this holiday season! Over 150 gun purses in stock, leather CCW waist packs, pink range bags and much more! Free gift wrap, gift cards, trouble-free returns. 10 E Vine St., Mt. Vernon. Call/check website for hours 7 4 0 - 3 9 2 - 3 6 9 2 LUND 16" Deep V Fishing boat, trolling moror, fish finder, 25HP or 9.9 HP Mercurys. Priced to sell. Leave message for Atlee 330-698-1778. CEDAR VALLEY TAXIDERMY. Call us for your Taxidermy needs. 1/2 mile North of Mt Hope. (330) 473-7590. WANT DRIVER to take 3-4 people deer. Driver can hunt. 330-359-5715 BROWNING BT99 trap gun with adjustable comb, $1,000. obo. Thompson Center Contender 44 mag barrel & super 14 223 barrel, $500. obo. (330) 852-2976. 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 CONNECTICUT VALLEY ARMS, .50-cal muzzle loader, $150. 330-897-0600. MATTHEWS Outback Compound bow 28" draw, ripcord rest, Matthews quiver, Apex sight, arrows, release. Also, Matthews 2-pc. quiver. 330-695-2467


Lawn & Garden

FOX AND coon snares, $11.00 doz. Muskrat traps, $43.00 doz. Call 330-897-1482, leave message.

VINYL STORAGE Barns, and Portable Garages. Built to last. 2012 lot models on sale. Also 8x12 Wood Barn. Affordable Barn Co. ltd, Mt. Hope (330) 674-3001

CVA HUNTER Bolt 45 cal. muzzle loader with scope & accessories. $125. (330) 897-0326

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

MOSSBERG 20 gauge, good cond. $175. 330-852-3107 ext. 1.

FOR SALE: JDL120 20HP Garden Tractor with 48" deck and blade. $1,200 OBO (330) 674-0730.

HORTON HUNTER Supreme Cross Bow, scope, quiver and arrows. $275 Brunton Echo Binoculars 8x32, new in box. Paid $275-asking $200 (330) 893-3808

LANDSCAPING STONES, approx. 300, 8" high, 21" wide, 12" deep. $2.50 each. (330) 893-2725, VM.

EXTREME DELUXE climber tree stand. Been used once, $85. (330) 897-2373.

PASTURE FED Steer, Approx 850 lbs. $800 330-279-9092.

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


REMINGTON 870 Wingmaster 20 gauge, 2 3/4 with slug barrel. Clean. Extra nice wood. $450. obo. (330) 674-3203. 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. REMMINGTON 870 12ga. 3" mag. w/field barrel and cantilever rifeled slug barrel. and scope. $425. Call (330) 763-1463.

Miscellaneous Merch.

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 GLASS FIREPLACE Doors 32"x48". $75 Hammered Copper Kitchen Sink, $300. 330-763-0387 Hobart Welder, ancient, trailer mounted, 4cyl flathead, gas engine, no leads, as is. $750 (330)600-0412.

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JUKI INDUSTRIAL sewing machine w/stand and Electric Motor. New Condition $950. Weaver's Tarp Shop, 13013 TR 506, Big Prairie, OH 44611 WALNUT, CHERRY & oak lumber, $2. b.f. Also lots of assorted turning stock. 330-279-2852. FARMERSTOWN COMMUNITY LIVESTOCK AUCTION LLC. CHRISTMAS SALE. Dec. 7, 6 pm. Battery floor lamps, corn hole games, lots of tack. Lots of toys, Lifetime tables, shovels and manure forks, lots of misc. ALL NEW ITEMS! WANTED: LARGE pony cart in good condition. Also saddle, state price. David H. Miler, 3925 CR 200, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Sundazer freezer, like new, inside measurement 16 wide x 25 long x 25 deep, 12 or 24 volt, $950. (330) 852-9030. BEAUTIFUL CORNER curio, 3 styles of Princess House goblets, china tea pots, baseball cards. Make offer. 330-852-0919. FREEZER BEEF For Sale: 100% Angus Beef. Selling 1/4's and 1/2's. $2.50 per lb hanging weight plus processing cost. We have some already processed and some yet to be done. Your choice. Call Chippewa Valley Angus Farms at 330-927-0326.

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FOR SALE: 27" Panasonic TV with glass enclosed stand. Works great! $40 Call 330-674-6161 MINI SURREY, 5 years old, very good cond. LED lights, steel wheels, fiberglass shaft. $3600. (330) 377-9891. OLD BUILDING 35 x 25. Some hewn timbers. You remove. Best offer over $2000. 330-897-1439 FOR SALE: Sleigh, very good condition, new paint job, $750. (330) 897-0142 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 FOLDING PING PONG table, $25. Phone (330) 897-0326.

POLY TANK for truck bed, yellow Raven brand 325 gallon, 3" PVC valve and rigid hose. $275. Millersburg, 330-473-7647. ANTIQUE HOWARD Treadle sewing machine. Spartan table top sewing machine & Avon collectibles. 330-231-2813 FOR SALE: New Rolly boy's bicycle, 21 spd, $225. Also new Bio-tane driving harness, choice of breast or hames. (330) 674-0636, lv msg. OLDER TOP buggy, light weight, hydraulic brakes, storm front, turn signals, LED lights. (330) 359-0918 or 1-888-549-2524.

FOR SALE: Foam blocks for targets. 49" x 22" x 49". $75.00. Holmesville, (330) 279-2345.

SMALL CHICKEN house on skid, 4'x6'. Like new. $400. 330-674-0560, ext. 2. FOR SALE: Deep well, jet pump. Used 4 years. $400 (330) 698-0460 450+ PIECES old barn roof slate, 7 1/2 x 14", $200. for all. (419) 368-3817, Lakeville.

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FOR SALE: 8x8 Storage Building on skids. Also Road Cart. (330) 674-7153

TWO CPAP machines. One $100, one $250. Barely used. 330-897-1439 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. FERTILIZER SPREADER, cone shaped, 3 point, pto, used very little, good working condition. $225. Millersburg. 330-473-7647. CHICCO HIGH chair,great shape, $25. Step 2 kitchen $15. Wagon of Mega Blocks $12. Sterilite 3 drawer cart on wheels, new, $8. (330) 231-4726. FOR SALE: Kiln dried lumber. 5/4 R. O. Prime. $1.45 4/4 R.O. Prime $1.35 b.f. 4/4 R.O. 1-Com. $.85 b.f 4/4 Pop. Prime $1.00 b.f 4/4 Brown Maple Prime, $1.25 b.f 4/4 Hickory Prime, $1.30 . b.f4/4 Rustic Hickory, $.95 b.f. 4/4 Sassafrass 1-Com& btr. $.85 b.f. Mullet Run Lumber (330) 893-4085 FOR SALE: ELECTRIC HOSPITAL bed with side rails, $150. 330-674-5618 x1 HONDA WASH Machine Motor with Bracket. $75, 8HP Briggs, electric start. Needs minor repair. $60 Storm Windows $2 each. 330-897-1165

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

SELF DUMPING hopper, 4' deep by 5' wide, $900/obo. (330) 852-2864.

Questions should be directed to Human Resources at 419-562-7040. Farmers Citizens Bank is an equal opportunity employer. Member FDIC.

NOV. SPECIAL! 5% retail discount Fence panels, 2x4 holes, galvanized after welded, 5'x16', $68.50; 40"x16' $48.00; Fasteners & hinges in stock. Hillside Fabrication. 330-893-1058.

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the heart of the market

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

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.

WORD PROCESSOR SERVICES Word processors, Quickbooks & misc. setup & tutoring. WP Solutions, Mark Miller (Holmesville) PH# 330-763-1589.

GO CART for sale. 8 HP Tecumseh, engine runs excellent. Asking $750. Call to view, (330) 275-7382.

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

The Farmers Citizens Bank is seeking friendly, out-going candidates for the soon to open Mount Hope Branch. Seeking candidates for the 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.

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.

WOOD MIZER, LT70, good working cond. 62 HP Perkins engine, 5500 hours. (330) 359-6303.

FOR SALE: EG40 Weil-McLain natural gas boiler, gravity with Honeywell digital Pro TH5000 thermostat, like new, $1850/obo; Also, Portable Big Buddy propane heater, 4000-18,000 BTU with 12' hose, ideal for your hunting shack, $100. Call 330- 897-5107

FOR SALE. Top buggy, good cond. Fiberglass wheels, hydraulic brakes, $800. (330) 473-5676.

ALUMINUM STRUCTURE building, 40'x56', rafters, cross members & sides assembled w/bolts, very sturdy, would make nice greenhouse, etc. Structure only, completely disassembled, $3750. 330-749-1054.

2 -CABIN SIZE Wood stove, $175 each. VM - Lester (740) 622-0975

BLODGETT DOUBLE Commercial oven, $750 OBO 330-897-1233 5% RETAIL DISCOUNT- Aluminum buggy cargo carriers & components, free literature. Hillside Fabrication. 330-893-1058.

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115 WeSt main St, SugarCreek Great opportunity to purchase a commercial building in Sugarcreek. Main floor is being used for retail sales. Second story is a newly renovated 2 bedroom apartment. All appliances included. $135,000 krista raber 330-231-2230





uS 62, WineSburg Rosehill development in the heart of Amish country. Build yourself a vacation home / weekend place to stay. New homes surround. Water & Sewer available. $27,500 Cliff Sprang 330-464-5155






tr 674, dundee Beautiful building lot in the Crabapple North subdivision. Cul-de-sac street. Well and septic needed. $31,500. Cliff Sprang 330-464-5155

8751 tr 513, Shreve Excellent 3 BR, 4 BA cedar sided home with attached 2 car garage. Features include fireplace, AC, Generac whole house generator. Schrock kitchen cabinets, indoor pool, large deck with screened in room. Beautiful home secluded on 5.35 acres. Plus much more. $259,000 randy Starner 330-473-9230



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HEARTHSTONE HERITAGE wood stove. Bluegray soapstone, black matte casting. Glass front door, mint cond. $1800. 330-390-0177.

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8'x8' wooden playhouse with door & 1 window, shingle roof, $550/obo. (330) 852-2864.

2200 WATT Honda generator, works. (330) 473-9567.

FOR SALE: 8 ft. Flex shaft with Kawasaki motor, $195. Eli U. Burkholder, 2679 TR 406, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330-893-4901

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.

OPEN BUGGY approx. 6 years old, LED lights, brakes, extra seat, $2,500. Also Crossbow, ten point, includes scope& case, $350. Call (330) 279-9046.

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

Tuesday, November 20, 2012 4:00 P.M.

Half Cents * Half Dollars * Silver Dollars * Gold * Misc. Half Cents-Half Dollars: 1807 half cent; 1787 Connecticut colonial penny: 1807, 27, 47, 48, large cents; 1859, 60, 72, 74, 75, 76, 78, 79, 7908s, Indian cents; 1922 NoD ICG G6-details, 31s, Lincoln cents; bag of 5000 wheat pennies; 1852 3-cent silver; 1868, 69, 72, 82 ICG MS63, shield nickels; 1913 type-1 PCGS MS62, 14d, buffalo nickels; 1837 bust dime; 1875cc, 76, 76cc, seated dimes; 1921 ICG MS60-details mercury dime; 1859o, 77cc, 91, seated quarters; 1915s barber quarter; 1917 type-1, 17d type-1, 17 type-2, 18s, S/L quarters; 1941d NGC MS65 Wash. quarter; 1806, 25, 30, 33, 34, bust halves; 1855o, 63s, seated halves; 1902o barber half; 1921, 44 NGC MS65, 44d NGC MS65, 44s NGC MS64, 45 NGC MS65, 45d NGC MS65, 45s NGC MS64, 46d NGC MS65, walker halves. Silver Dollars: 1859o seated; 1875s, 76s, 77cc, 77s, trade; 1878 8-T.F., 78 7/8-T.F., 78cc, 78cc NGC MS63, 78cc ANACS MS63, 79cc, 80s NGC MS65, 80s ANACS MS63 DMPL, 81cc in GSA, 81s NGC MS65, 82cc, 82cc in GSA, 82cc NGC MS64 in GSA, 82s, 83cc, 83cc in GSA, 83s, 84cc, 85cc, 85o NGC MS65, 86o, 87 ANACS MS65, 87o, 89s, 90cc, 91 NGC MS63, 91o, 92, 93, 93cc, 94o, 95o, 95s, 97s, 98 NGC MS65, 98s, 99, 02, 02 NGC MS64, 02s, 03o, 03s, 04s, Morgans; 1921, 34d, peace dollars. Gold: 1890cc $20. liberty head; 1894 $10. liberty head; 1926 $10. Indian head; 1843o, 90cc, $2.50 liberty heads. Miscellaneous: 1946 Iowa, 1936 Long Island, 1923 Monroe doctrine, 1920 Pilgrim, 1936 Rhode Island, NGC MS65, 1925 St. Mt., 1934 Texas, 1925 Fort Vancouver, 1954p,d,s, Wash.Carver NGC MS65 set, com. halves; 1899 $1. black eagle silver cert.; 1917 $1. & $2. legal tender notes; 1914 $5. FRN; 1928 gold cert.; 2006 silver eagle 3-piece set; civil war tokens. NOTE: This is only a partial list of over 400 lots to be sold in catalog order. Doors open 2 hrs. prior to sale time. Online bidding available at thru

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LABRADOODLE PUPPIES, nice light colored, curly hair, shots & wormed, 7-8 weeks old. $300-$325. 330-473-5331. TWO 5 month old Bichon males, $150. each. (330) 674-3999 ext 2.

FOR SALE: Bichon puppies, AKC, 8 weeks old. (330) 359-0348.

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FOR SALE: 4 year old English Bulldog male, proven. $1200. (330) 698-0460



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FOR SALE: SCX4623F Samsung Copier-Fax machine with extra ink cartridge. Like new condition. (330) 897-1257.

ACA PUG puppies: 9 weeks old, 2 females, 1 male. One 6 month old male. 330-473-2545 SMALL YORKIE female. 3 years old, ACA registered, negative Brucellosis test $300 OBO. 330-893-1953 NOTICE - Boxer male for stud service, $175. Kevin Kline, (330) 567-3432 ####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. ####### FOR SALE: Chocolate Lab Female, 3 years old. Jack Russell Terriers, 3 mo old. 330-275-0984 KITTENS FOR sale, very playful and adorable, make great pets. Best Offer. Call 330-763-4775 FOR SALE: 5 TOY TERR., 7 weeks old. 330-893-2521. 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.

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 19, 2012 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Antiques/Collectibles: Fredericksburg cookie jars; early portable baby bath; chalk figurines; early banks; miniature wooden circus wagon; Schlitz sign; early Schwinn bicycle; Coke clock; Cat’s Meow collectibles; train items; primitive tables and shelves, assorted glassware. Household/Furniture: gas fireplace unit with oak mantel, 4 wooden chairs; 2 portable sewing machines, 2 dirt devil vacuum cleaners in box; display cabinets for sewing items; sundry vacuum and sewing supplies; wooden framed pictures; Coleman cooler; Proform exercise bike; Christmas decorations Tools: Ryobi 4x6 belt and disc sander; craftsman 10” table saw; Craftsman radial saws; Ryobi band saw; Craftsman commercial saw; Ryobi table top router; Coleman 3500 electric generator; Miller 225 volt arc welder; 2/10/50 amp charger w/ battery tester; power edger; air compressors; key making machine; Troybuilt 2500 pressure washer; PorterCable 400hp 4 gallon compressor; Craftsman 10” compound miter saw; 50 gallon drum; spools of wire and welding cable; copper tubing and fittings; LP gas heater; lots of nuts, bolts, nails etc. Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00 pm Friday, November 16. 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

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PET DELIVERY. Economical. Professional. Courteous. Humane. Weekly to East Coast. 419-961-0576 Please leave name. MIN PIN/Yorkie cross pups, wormed & vaccinated, house raised. Mother also for sale. $100. each cash only. 330-234-7213. FOR SALE: 6 year old Walker female coonhound, unregistered. Good track dog. $200.00. Call (330) 359-6351, leave message. AKC BOXER puppy, brindle male, born 8/9/12. Shots & wormed. $150. Phone (330) 893-3920. 3/4 ENGLISH Bulldog, Female 1 year old. Puggle Female 2 years old. Eli Weaver 740-623-3772†x1 NICE LOVABLE 10 wk. old Beagle-mix puppies for sale - $20/obo. Call (330) 695-2128 7 WK. OLD Toy Fox Terrier female, $75. Ivan Hershberger, 330-698-0111 x 1 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. 2 PUGGLE-BULLDOG, female, 7 months old. Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314. WANTED: AKC Miniature longhaired Dachshund for stud service or would consider buying. Call 330-674-0498 ext. 1 WANTED Young Flemish Giant Doe. Joas Hershberger, 3586 TR 124 Millersburg, OH (330) 893-4081.

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5 YEAR old male beagle dog, runs rabbits. $175. (330) 893-1361. CKC long coat Chihuahua, 8 wks old. Up to date on shots. Comes with crate, blanket and food dish! $400. 330-749-2865. AKC REG Boxer Puppies, born 9-10-12, tails, dew claws, shots and de-wormed. 3 fawn and white males, 2 white males, 2 dark brindle males. $350 330-276-0140. BEABULL PUPPIES, 3/4 bull dog, very nice, ready to go; Males $395; females, $495-$595. Also available, 2 male Bichon puppies, very small, $400. obo. (330) 749-1054, LM. FOR SALE: (4) Yorkie puppies, 8 wks. old, wormed, shots updated, small & cute, $300/ea. 5512 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-2922 ACA German Shepherd female, Black & Tan, 18 months. $850 OBO (330) 231-2821 FOR SALE: 6 month old, German Shepherd Female, AKC Reg. $300 firm. (330) 852-3150. AKC LAB MALE, 8 months old. $150 Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314. 1 PARTI PAM male, proven, 2 yrs old; 1 Chihuahua male, 1 1/2 yrs old; 1 Yorkie male, 1 yr old. All AKC. Henry Mast, 2619 CR 160, Millersburg 44654. Phone (330) 359-5629. FOR SALE: AKC female Chihuahua puppies, long and short coat, 12 wks. old. Shots & wormed. Call Eli at 330-893-2868 FOR SALE: 1 year old Beagle just started. $30. OBO. 330-763-4319.

AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD/ Australian Healer cross, great stock dog, 10 wks old. Edward Kline, (330) 674-2677 VM.

BEAGLE PUPPY Male, 7wks old. Has shots & wormed. $50 Atlee Barkman, (330) 897-8460.

FOR SALE: Black Tan Cross Coonhound Pup. Mother is a excellent Coonhound. Call after 5pm (330) 231-3912.

FOR Sale: Rabbits; Bunnies; Rex, Mini Rex, Lion Heads, Dwarf. Ph. 330-674-1900

15 MONTH old Walker coon dog, male, just getting started. Good dog. $125. obo. (330) 231-4726.

AKC Beagle pups. Other reg'd. Coonhounds for sale. 740-824-4692.

AKC HAVANESE puppies. Black & white Chocolate, DOB 7/15/12. Males, $225. Call 330-473-9355, Joseph Millers. WANTED TO TRADE: 6 lb. Yorkie male or 11 lb. Parti Yorkie male for Boston Terrier female. 330-567-0081 ext.2 FOR SALE: 10 month old Elkhound Cross Males, also Pups. Levi Jr. Yoder 7720 TR 509, Lakeville OH 44638 WANTED: AKC Sable Collie Breeder male. (330) 231-6931 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: 1 year old Beagle female, runs rabbits. Also 10 month old female, started. (330) 674-1879, Daniel E. Miller BERNESE MOUNTAIN dog, male, 3 yrs. old, nice markings, pet only, $175/obo. 330-852-9108. 3 YEAR OLD AKC Sheltie Female, Nice markings, $35. Wayne Yoder, 1995 US 62, Wilmot, OH. 44689. 330-359-5406.

AKC SHITZU males, Silver & White, with black markings. 1 year old. Out of good stock. (330) 893-2780 VM 4 MONTH Old Toy Fox Terrier Male, shots and wormed. Ben Miller 6771 TR 423, Dundee, Ohio 44624. After 4pm. FIVE TOY Fox Terrier puppies. 3 Females, 2 Males, 8 wks old. 330852-0615 Call after 4 pm. WANTED: RED & white beagle female, (330) 897-0149. PUGGLE PUPS, shots, wormed, black and fawn, family raised. $150 plus tax. 330-763- 0551.

2 FEMALE Toy Fox Terrier & Skipper T cross puppies. 9 wks. old. $70. 330-698-0111 x 1 SHIH-TZU / Terrier puppies, born Sept. 1st, $100. (330) 674-7454. FOR SALE: 2 Yorkie Spitz male puppies, 8 wks old, $50. each. Eli Burkholder, (330) 674-0356 ext 2. CKC LONG COAT Chihuahuas, 1/male, 1/female. 5 months old, UTD on shots. $150. each. 330-749-2865. ENGLISH BULL dog/ beagle cross female, 6 months old. Also 3/4 bull dog puppies, shots & wormed. 330-317-0303. 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. WANTED: BREEDING age AKC Dachshund, male, proven. Solid color preferred. (330) 897-2907 ext 3.

KENNEL BUILDING, 14x22, 12 inside and outside runs, washdowns, automatic waterers, hot water heater, also 6 whelping boxes. (330) 893-2780 VM FOX TERRIER puppies, 6 weeks old, $30. each. Family raised. Very cute. Joseph Miller, (330) 695-9937. AKC BLACK & white Parti Poodle, female. 8 weeks old, shots & wormed. (330) 893-1132.. FOR SALE: Registered Apricot poodle, 12", 2 years old. (330) 674-0809 ext 1. FOR SALE: 7 wk old German Shepherd puppies. Pure bred East German bloodline, all shots updated, $600 and up. (330) 359-5760 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

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

FOR SALE: Black Poodle female, Cavashon male, Shih-tzu male, Yorkie male. Call 330-749-2407. FOR SALE single & double rabbit hutches. Aaron Miller, (330) 279-2114. YORKIE-SHON male, 8 weeks old, $175 (330) 897-1459 1- SALT/Pepper Schnauzer male, proven, 1-1/2 yr old, $300. 1-Shitzu female, 1-1/2 year old, $200. 2-Yorkie female, 1-6 yr old, 1-7yr old $100 ea. All ACA Reg. (330) 897-0618 VM 330-473-8955 FOR SALE. 2 Chihuahua females & 1 male, AKC registered, 4-5 years old, $100. each. Also Bernese Mountain Dog, 3 years old. ACA Registered. All good mothers. (330) 674-9900 ext 1. FOR SALE: Siamese Male Kittens. Had shots and wormed. No papers. $75 Call 330-893-3836 UKC TREEING Walker Coonhound puppies. Mom is 1/2 sister of Mr. Clean. Nite Champion parents. 740-824-4692. MALE BERNESE Mountain dog for stud service. $350. (330) 695-2153. Pure Bred Aust. Cattle pups, born 9-11-12. Wormed/shots. 2 male $125. 3 fem. $175. Christ M.A. Miller, 2380 CR 114, Baltic, OH. Don't like?...Bring back! FOR SALE: Yorkie-Poo, 8 wks. old, cream, male, shots/wormed, $250. 330-852-2876 x1. . ACA YORKIE Puppies, 10 wks old. 1-female, $300. 1-male, $175. (330) 600-0090 WANTED: Large miniature Poodle, male, lt. colored, proven breeder. Call Emanuel Keim, (330) 674-0621†x3 6 WEEK OLD Mixed Terrier Puppies. Shots and wormed $20 each. Aden Schlabach, Charm 330-893-0026 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. FOR SALE: Bernese Mountain dogs (1) 3-1/2 yr. old female, AKC, $500; (1) 2-1/2 yr. old female, AKC, $650. 330-852-2876 x1. FOR SALE: AKC German Shepherd puppies, black and tan, long haired, born 9/6/12. 330-600-1910. 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. FOR SALE. English Bulldog/ Beagle mix, males & females. Family raised. Mostly white with wrinkles. Ready to go. $350. each. (330) 473-9229. 3 YR old AKC Cavalier female Blenheim, $300. Call ducks, $5.00 each.. Call (330) 897-2412. 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 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. ACA Registered TeaCup Yorkie Puppies, family raised, Female $600, Male $450. 330-897-0149 vm. Australian Shepherd mix, blue merle and tri-color, males and females. $50 and down. 330-763-0123. 7 MONTH old boxer bulldog males, 2 white, 1 brindle. Very nice. $100. Call (330) 695-2845. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD puppies, $35. each. (330) 674-7454. GERMAN SHEPHERD puppy. Black, tan. Will do European and antler mounts again. 330-893-9304, 5649 CR 19, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 12 WEEK old Puggle puppies. Call (330) 897-1295 ext 1.

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

FOR SALE: Dog kennels. (330) 897-5700 ext. 1.


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DELTA DUST Collector w/hydraulic motor, $400; Also, Delta 50-852 Dust Col-

Wanted to Buy 415

WANTED: USED full size mattress set in good condition. Call (330) 600-9260 VM. WANTED: Used forage wagon to feed wood chips into a boiler, running gear not important. Call 877-790-8269 WANTED TO BUY: Standing trees for

Tools Machinery lector, 2700-CFM @ 3450 RPM, 240V, saw mill. Will buy small or large parcels. sgl. phase, draws 3000W, no surge startup, can be run with 5000W generator, $750. (330) 893-3186 / VM.

CRAFTSMAN RADIAL arm saw with storage stand, dado set, molder head with 18 knives, rotary planer, drill chuck, and misc. guides. $250. for all. Call (330) 390-0177.

7 .5 HP Quincy air compressor on mount, pressure loop, model PLT 7.5, manual included. Good cond. $400. (330) 897-2373.

FOR SALE: 2 generators, 2400 watt & 3000 watt. Both run nice. $300 each. Eli D. Miller, (330) 893-1336 ext 2.

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.

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

MILLER WELDER, Big 50 diesel with wire feeder, low hours, exc. cond. Stutzman Manufacturing. (330) 674-4359.

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


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

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.

QUINCY Model QT15, 2528 hrs., 15-hp, $975; Kabota L3350 4-wd tractor, 34-hp, $10,500. Call 330-682-1150.

WANTED: BREEDING age Shih-Tzu male, state size & color..(330) 893-3619.

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


Midwest Homes ad key 1002255700 for text 740-828-2750

WANTED: Any small engines, running or not running Phone (330) 674-0730. BUYING ALL GUNS, pistols, rifles, shotguns & access. Private buyer. Woody 330-819-3274

FOR RENT: Single BR upstairs apartment, Millersburg along CR 333. Full kitchen, and living room, free gas, washer & dryer hook ups. $550 per month plus electricity. Call Firmen @ 330-464-1428.

WANTED TO BUY: White gas floor lamps. State Price & Location. Eli J. Weaver, 7841 CR 373, Big Prairie, OH. CASH FOR hand guns, rifles, shot guns, ammunition. Priv. collector buying. Scott, 330- 603-7550. Free appraisals.

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


Apartment Rentals ideal for Thanksgiving & Christmas ban-

Home Condo Rentals

WANTED TO buy: Phone Shanty. Please state price and condition. (330) 359-0206 6 OR 8 FT WORK BENCH with drawers in good cond. (330) 279-2609.


TRAILSIDE RENTALS, 8000 sq ft facility,

WANTED TO buy: Cultimulcher, 8'-10' wide, transport model. Also JD grain drill about 12' wide. Must be in good working order. Millersburg, 330-473-7647.

might work as well. All calls welcome. (330) 674-2500.

WINTER IN FLORIDA Waterfront 2 BR home directly on Gulf of Mexico, located in quaint Horseshoe Beach, fish off your own dock. Weekly$745, Monthly, $1950. View online: #56520. 386-235-3633



DOZER WITH WINCH preferably a D4G

Vacation Rentals

WANTED: PRE 1957 Car pick up truck, fair to excellent conditon, running or not. 440-823-2591

Wanted to Buy Cat or a John Deere 650, other kinds

WANTED: Case silo filler pipe. Also Stainless Steel milk cans. Atlee Yoder 5642 CR 59 Millersburg

FOR SALE: JD 730 Diesel pony motor start, restored. 330-276-2930 Killbuck, Ohio.

Free appraisal & consulting. (330) 359-6303.

Mobile Home 480 For Sale

FOR RENT 2 story 2bd, 2ba home close to COW. Gas fireplace in great room. 1 car garage. $1,000/mo includes utilities. 330-466-1327 SMALL 2 BR apt, appls, between Millersburg & Berlin, $600. + elec. & trash, no smoking, assist animals only. 330-231-5527.

quets. 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.


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.


Wanted to Rent

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

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03 BLACK DODGE Stratus, 2 dr, 5 spd manual, 195K miles, good ocnd. $3000. 330-231-6446. FOR SALE: 2000 Chevy Cavalier, 2-dr., 138k, needs a little work--not much, new starter, $1000/obo. Call 330-473-8336. 1990 DODGE DYNASTY, 4-dr., 95k mi., great work car, 2 winter tires & 2 new front tires, $1500. Call 330-897-2341.

2005 Ford E350 10 passenger with wheel chair lift in very good condition with 103,000 miles. The sale price is $8,500. Please call Steve at 05000 AD12727315 144 419-946-4191 for more 10090882 information.

Auto Parts Accessories 545

4 P205/65R15 Blizzak snow tires, 2 WS60, $110 each. 2 REVO1, $60. each, $265/ for set. (330) 231-9041.



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

RVs & Campers 650

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

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. 1996 BLAZER 4 WD, 142k miles, $2000 or make offer. Good cond. Call after 4 pm, (330) 473-5289.

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

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

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

Has own 330-231-8084.



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


FOR SALE: 2' x 4' 7/16" OSB 50¢ a piece. Quality Sips LTD, 8691 TR 561, Holmesville, OH 330-279-2345.

DRYWALL FINISHING From new construction to patching. Levi Jr. Yoder 7720 TR 509, Lakeville OH 44638

Child Care Service


DO YOU need to go work? I enjoy caring for your children in my home. Experienced. Sugarcreek area. (330) 852-0109.



WILL DO hauling, local or long distance. Crew cab truck and trailer. (330) 763-3811. CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.


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CEILINGS PAINTED, $35. per room.Call Hershberger Painting for all your painting needs. 330-231-3850. 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



TRICKLING BROOK PLUMBING We install gas lights, gas piping, any kind of plumbing. Reasonable rates. VM, (330) 852-7043.



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

1000 Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813

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


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


Saturday, November 17, 2012

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.

WE BUY junk cars 262-9300

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


Fencing 925

AMISH GIRL looking for evening clean-

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

2001 Ford Ranger XLT 4WD Ext. Auto, w/cap, AC, White, Runs good $4,000 OBO 330-276-5891.

Cleaning 775

Building Materials ing job. Offices, banks, anything small.

207 Doors & Windows

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1998 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 Newer head gaskets and lots of other parts. Runs good. $3200 OBO 330-473-0184 after 3:30pm

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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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Steel Roofing 72¢AD12717003 sq. ft. 10000 72 Manufacture Classified Direct 24 Hour Turnaround

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• Organo Gold Coffee • Aim • E-Cloth Compares to Norwex Located between Troyers and the Flea Market on St. Rt. 39. 4526 Millersburg, OH 44610 330-600-1858 Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 5 Closed Tues. & Sun. AB LOUNGE Sport, Back excersiser, Like new. $50. (330) 674-1694†x2



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STORAGE UNITS available just outside of Nashville Ohio on Route 39. Starting at $29.00 per month. 330-674-4365. INDOOR BOAT STORAGE Rental Space. $28 /mo. for pontoons; $20/ mo for smaller boats. 330-893-1509 VM. 1 1/2 mi. S of Berlin. Atlee Yoder.



FOR SALE: Ashland Hard coal stove. Good condition, 10 bags coal, all for $400. 330-674-4130 V.M.


Home Improvement

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



NEED LANDSCAPING? Fall cleanup. Trim & prune. Envisions 330-641-4109


Lawn & Gardening

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

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

Tree Service 1130

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

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

VINYL WINDOWS, new construction & replacement with heavy duty aluminum screen. Free estimates. Hillside Windows, 1951 TR 152, Baltic, OH 43804. (330) 897-1222 ext 3

Absolute Miller Real Estate & Chattel Auction Ranch Home & Apartment Building

Location: 8670 TR 323 Holmesville, Ohio 44633. GPS Coordinates: 40.652442,-81.961484. From Holmesville take SR 83 north 3miles to CR 1/County Line Rd. and west .8 mile to TR 323, continue south .7 mile to location.


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


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.

1 Acre * Prairie Twp. * Holmes Co. * Southeast Schools 3 BR Ranch Home * 2,000+ Sq. Ft. Living Area * 3 BR Apartment BLDG. * Wooded Lot * Ford 3000 Tractor * Open for Inspection: Thursday November 8th 4:00 to 6:00 PM

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


Retired from farming and no longer needed the following will be sold at public auction located at 9840 Blough Road Sterling Ohio 44276. From ST. RT. 585 take Pleasant Home Road west to Blough Road north. From ST. RT. 3 take Pleasant Home Road east to Blough Road north. From ST. RT. 604 take Blough Road south.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2012 10:00AM


Saturday November 17, 2012 10:00 AM

Located northwest of Holmesville this well maintained country property includes a ranch home built in 1972 with 2 or 3 bedrooms and a potential home office. The home also includes kitchen, dining and living rooms, Florida room along with 3 baths, full basement and 2-car garage. Mechanics of the home are private well and septic along with gas hot water heat, the roof was replaced in 2011. Adjacent to the home is a 3 bedroom apartment building built in 2000 with separate showers and shared facilities. This building also includes a 2-car garage with workshop on the lower level. The improvements rest on a nicely wooded lot with mature oaks and an open backyard. Real Estate will be sold at 12 noon. Tractor & Equipment: Ford 3000 tractor; King Kutter 5’ finish mower; Miller stick welder; Hawk walk-behind blower; Lawn Chief push mower; drill-press; Buffalo 20-ton press; 3000 PSI pressure washer; 250 gal. fuel tank; window A/C units; electric heaters; air compressor; log chains; I-beams; Household & Furniture: Kirby sweeper w/ attachments; HP 190 Copier; dining room table & chairs; patio table & chairs; folding & card tables; assorted chairs; standard & twin beds; ironing board; office scale; men’s Schwinn bike; women’s Huffy bike; stationary bike; Nordic Trac Pro w/ cardio monitor; baby quilt; quilt patterns; bedding; dishware; canning & freezer supplies; luggage; coolers; croquet set; flower pots; books; children’s toys. Numerous additional items. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. In bidding buyer is asserting that they will have the funds to close. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Legal: Parcel 1700100000 in Prairie Township of Holmes County and the Southeast LSD. Taxes are: $1,083.70 per half and will be prorated to time of closing. Real Estate sells at 12 noon, tractor and finish mower to follow. Chattel/Content Terms: Payment in full day of sale via cash or check with proper ID. Lunch Stand to benefit the Belize Mission Project. Sale by the Order of: Lester & Miriam Miller


REAL ESTATE: 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 www.reshowcase. com. 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. INSPECTION: Appointments are available by calling Steve Andrews @ 330-465-8498 – Seth Andrews @ 330466-5471 Real Estate Showcase Wooster @ 330-6746888 or Millersburg @ 330-674-7610. You may walk the vacant parcels at your convenience. 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 privilege of selling in a long time. MILDRED M. HOOPS TRUST, OWNER JUDITH L. GEOG, TRUSTEE Auction Conducted By:

White 6710 w/cab, 2900 hrs, White 2-135, Oliver 1855 w/ Cummins replacement engine & fender tanks, John Deere 5210 w/1680hrs, Oliver 770 gas w/tricycle front end, IH 674 gas w/loader 4200 hrs, Case 580 back hoe 2800hrs, Gehl 4625&4610 skid steers, Gehl 1265 Auto Max chopper w/2row corn head & grass head, 2) Gehl 980 silage wagons, Case IH 600 silage blower, NH 1465 9’ haybine (LN), NH 648 round baler w/net wrap, Pequea 710 hay tedder, NH 258 roll-abar rake, John Deere 8300 18 hole grain drill w/seed box & packer wheels, NH 185 manure spreader w/end gate & newer web, 16’ harrogator, 15’ Brillon cultimulcher, John Deere semi mount 5 bottom plow, Oliver 3pt 3 bottom plow, 4000 gal liquid manure spreader, Houle lagoon pump, Vermeer winch &Wright Raine irrigation pump, 660’ of hose on cart , 50 section of 30’ aluminum irrigation pipe, Automatic model 9100 roller mill feed grinder, 3pt box blade with rippers, 3pt Dan Hauser post hole digger w/8” auger, 3pt bale mover, 3pt Rhino 8’ blade, 3pt quick tach attachment, Kilbros 375 & 385 gravity wagons, Kory gravity wagon, 45’ &55’ X 6” transport grain augers, , 5X12 skid steer trailer w/ramps, Harsh model 240 mixer wagon w/scales, Cagle field sprayer, 3pt 6 row Danish tine cultivator, 2) flat bed wagons, 6X10 home built cattle trailer, MISC- Surge stainless receiver jar& pump, 4 automatic Surge take off milker units, vacuum pump, 4 stahl parlor, barn gates, barn fan, Rubbermaid water tanks, 55 Steinway free stahls to be removed, 16’ & 20’ silo unloaders, 24’ sealed silo unloader, 20’ Steiner belt conveyor, 2) Chore Time 3 section feed bins, 3K & 10K bushel grain bins, 2) round bale feeders, silo & grain distributors, 300 gal fuel tank, 6 plastic calf hutches, 40’ aluminum extension ladder, 60 gal upright air compressor, acceleyne torch set, , , hyd press, hyd. cheery picker, misc. electrical tools, Alfa Laval Agri 6K electric fencer, log chains, chain binders, extension cords, nut & bolt bin loaded, Handi man jack plus others, electrical motors, storage cabinets, hyd. hoses, chain hoist, , approx. 350 8” cement blocks, misc. lumber, 50 plus sheets 22’ galvanized sheeting, 20’X50’ building to be removed, large quantity of scrap of all types, rolls of snow fence, early wooden wash vat, 2) large cast iron butchering kettles, meat hooks & section of rail, hog splitters, Honda SX 250 3 wheeler, Steiner 220 & 230 mowers w/decks, honey extractor& misc. hives. FEED-19 round bales of straw,12 round bales of 1st cut,12 large square bales of 1st cut. NOTE- The following items can be seen at 9010 Blough Road but will be sold at 9840 Blough Road. 16X50 stave silo, Hanson 16’ silo unloader, 6 concrete H style bunks, approx. 50 calf free stahl loops to be removed, new 20X40 Steel Master metal bldg. never assembled , stored up stairs in barn,. CONSIGNED- NH 492 9’ haybine, 4 basket tedder, NH 256 roll-a-bar rake, round bale wagon on Kory gear, IH 720 chopper w/ 2 row corn head & grass head, IH 710 5 bottom semi mount plow, 3pt 4 row Danish tine cultivator, 3pt 5’ brush hog mower, J&M 250 gravity wagon, NH 32’ double chain transport elevator, Mc Curdy 150 bushel gravity wagon on John Deere running gear, John Deere 1010 gas tractor w/heavy duty hyd. sickle bar mower & low hrs, Case 580C backhoe,4525hrs, w/ extend-a-hoe& 2’ bucket,3’ bucket, Oswald 250 mixer wagon w/stainless&poly liner, 2009 Houle 42’ lagoon pump,IH 6X6 truck w/husky 5K gal spreader tank, Snyder flat bed wagon, Dearborn 3pt spring shank 2 row cultivator. MF 3pt 4-16 4 bottom plow, NOTE-Starting on smalls, misc. barn items, scrap, should be on major equipment by approx. 11AM, off road parking across from auction. TERMS-Cash, good check, not responsible for accidents or usage of equipment after purchase, register for number, lunch wagon. Zimmerly Dairy Inc. owners

330-465-3232 JON MAST – BROKER/AUCTIONMGR. 330-763-3883

Assisting Auctioneers: MP Stauffer Harold Farnsworth Russell Farnsworth

For pictures go to ID #12120

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The Holmes County Shopper News

NEW 2012’S



“Gas Saver”, Air, Power Windows and Locks. #230

38 MPG

MSRP $17,595 Sale Price $16,999 GM Rebate $1,000


15,999 BRAND



12 Chevy ½ Reg

MSRP $42,380 Sale Price $36,882 Bonus Cash $3,000

$8,498 OFF & 0% for 72 Months



V6, Rear Spoiler, Power Seat, Aluminum Wheels, Power Windows & Locks. #055




12 Chevy Traverse AWD

MSRP $28,385 Sale Price $22,424 BRAND NEW

Power Seat, Bluetooth, Steering wheel Radio Controls, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo. #302 SAVE $4,158






12 Chevy ½ Ton Crew 4x4

LTZ,5.3L V8, Leather Heated Power Seats, Rear Camera, Power Windows & Locks, Bluetooth. #227 SAVE $9,022

MSRP $45,289 Sale Price $41,267 Rebate $4,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000


MSRP $31,810 Sale Price $29,817 Rebate $4,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000




12 Chevy Crew Dually 4x4

LTZ, Duramax Diesel w/Allison Transmission, Leather Heated & Cooled Power Seats, REar Camera, Gooseneck & Bumper Hitch, Spray in Rhino Bed Liner. DEMO #197


12 GMC Yukon DENALI 4x4 Power Sunroof, DVD/TV, Leather Interior, Trailer Brake Control, 20” Aluminum Wheels, Power Lift Gate, Bluetooth. #249 SAVE


SAVE $10,832

36,267 **Sale Price $17,516 **Sale Price $18,979 **Sale Price $19,833 **Sale Price $22,781 **Sale Price $26,502 **Sale Price $27,126 **Sale Price $28,691 **Sale Price $27,826 **Sale Price $29,142 **Sale Price $32,919 **Sale Price $33,045 **Sale Price $33,151 **Sale Price $33,037 **Sale Price $33,803 **Sale Price $35,147

12 GMC Acadia AWD-Leather, Sunroof #314 ...... MSRP $39,930 12 GMC ¾ Ext 4x4-SLE, Z71 #311 .................... MSRP $41,580 12 Chevy ¾ Ext 4x4-LT, Z71 #290 .................... MSRP $42,280 12 Chevy ¾ Crew 4x4-LT, Power Windows #276 MSRP $43,235 12 GMC Acadia AWD-Sunroof, DVD #334 .......... MSRP $42,020 12 Chevy ¾ Crew 4x4-LT, Z71 #313 ................ MSRP $44,235 12 GMC Acadia AWD-Leather #296 ................... MSRP $42,920 12 GMC Acadia AWD-Leather Sunroof #322 ...... MSRP $45,040 12 Chevy ¾ Ext 4x4-LTZ, Leather #260 ............ MSRP $48,575 12 GMC ½ Crew 4x4-6.2L V8, Leather #272 .... MSRP $50,774 12 GMC ½ Crew 4x4-6.2L V8, Leather #271 .... MSRP $51,699 12 GMC Acadia AWD-Denali, Nav #308 ............. MSRP $51,365 12 Buick Enclave AWD-Sunroof, DVD #063 ........ MSRP $51,710





MSRP $60,765 Sale Price $54,433 Rebate $2,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash $2,000


12 Chevy Cruze-Auto, Bluetooth #316 .................. MSRP $19,375 12 Chevy Cruze-Remote Start #320 ..................... MSRP $21,030 12 Chevy Cruze-Power Sunroof #309 ................... MSRP $22,035 12 Buick Verano #163 ........................................ MSRP $24,995 12 GMC Terrain FWD-Heated Seats #287 ........... MSRP $28,225 12 GMC Terrain FWD-Remote Start #301 ........... MSRP $29,960 12 GMC ¾ Reg 4x4-Trailering Pkg .................... MSRP $34,630 12 Chevy ½ Ext 4x4-Long Bed, LT #169 ............ MSRP $37,280 12 Buick Lacrosse-Leather #165 .......................... MSRP $33,455 12 Buick Regal Turbo-Leather, Sunroof #161 ...... MSRP $36,095 12 Chevy ¾ Crew 4x4-Long Bed #305 ............. MSRP $38,500 12 Chevy ¾ Ext 4x4-Power Windows #204 ....... MSRP $38,945 12 Buick Lacrosse-Leather, Sunroof #282 ............ MSRP $37,875 12 GMC Acadia AWD-SLE #310 ......................... MSRP $38,315 12 GMC ¾ Ext 4x4-SLE, 18” Alloys #264 .......... MSRP $41,270

SAVE $7,493

MSRP $29,190 Sale Price $27,536 Rebate $3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000



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

SAVE $5,654




12 Chevy ½ Ton Ext 4x4

12 Chevy ½ Reg 4x4

V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Locking Rear Differential, Trailering Package. #180

SAVE $5,961


MSRP $23,580 Sale Price $22,499 Rebate $3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000


12 Chevy Impala LT


MSRP $33,325 Sale Price $31,167 Rebate $2,000

Auto, Air, Cruise Control. #263

SAVE $5,081

“Gas Saver”, Leather Interior, Heated Front Seats, Bose Premium Stereo. #018

Auto, Air, Cruise Control, Locking Rear Differential. #208 SAVE

MSRP $23,975 Sale Price $22,834 Rebate $3,000 *Trade In Bonus Cash $1,000

12 GMC ½ Reg

12 Chevy Volt

12 Chevy Cruze




MSRP $61,380 Sale Price $55,722 Rebate $3,000




**Sale Price $35,175 **Sale Price $35,427 **Sale Price $35,984 **Sale Price $36,891 **Sale Price $36,952 **Sale Price $37,741 **Sale Price $37,979 **Sale Price $39,798 **Sale Price $40,842 **Sale Price $41,237 **Sale Price $42,173 **Sale Price $45,561 **Sale Price $45,731

• GM Reserves the right to change rebates at any time, which may result in higher or lower pricing. • Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. * Must trade in any make 1999 or newer vehicle to qualify for this Bonus Cash ** Sale prices include all applicable rebates and incentives, see your sales person for details. SALE ENDS 11/25/12


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Holmes County Shopper, Nov. 15, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper covering events and news in the Holmes County, Ohio, area.

Holmes County Shopper, Nov. 15, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper covering events and news in the Holmes County, Ohio, area.