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November 29-December 5, 2012: Vol. 11, No. 34; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

‘... No fancy prices’

Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 8-9 Farm/Markets: Pages 10-11 Under the Stars: Pages 12-13 Senior Scene: Page 20 Obituaries: Page 21-23 Sports: Pages 24-25 Classified ads: Pages 26-32

At Yoder’s Oak & Cherry Furniture, the focus is on craftsmanship

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer With a wide selection of wood and color stains to choose from, Yoder’s Oak & Cherry Furniture offers a complete line of high quality Amish-built hardwood furniture at affordable prices. At Yoder’s Oak & Cherry Furniture, 10 December beautiful species of wood are transformed into Pomerene to stunning pieces of furniture, oftentimes made to hold Breakfast order to suit the customwith Santa er’s exact choices. “It’s all handmade, solid Pomerene Hospital, built and built to last,” along with Kurt C. Garsaid manager Marvin ren, MD, and Smith Yoder, who, in addition Ambulance, will hold the to working with dozens seventh annual Breakfast of local craftsmen, handwith Santa on Dec. 1 from builds much of the fur8-10:30 a.m. at Westfork niture with his father in Community and Senior a workshop behind the Center. The morning will store. include a pancake breakThe long list of availnty, arra W d Kelley Mohr photo/ Ai fast, ’s pictures with Santa, a g in ar He st ica toBe Amerletter able furniture includes With no fancy showroom and no fancy prices, Yoder’s Oak & Cherry Furniture offers a wide Santa,ice temporary e! id nw tio na serv holiday desks, beds, benches, selection of furniture made from 10 wood species and a variety of stains. The store also provides withstation, tattoo clocks, curios, ce &jelly cabi- custom-made furniture. Servi treat bag and a Christmas nets, cedar nty,ir chests, enterrrapa beanbag game. ng Aid WaRe America’s Best Heari tainment centers, chairs, custom-made furniture “All come in your es are very popular at or designing a custom e! wid ion nat Cash donations and with service & dress- and items for the bed- choice of wood, color and Yoder’s Oak & Cherry piece from the ground up. eanin recliners, cabinets, Clvice & gs Ser nonperishable items will es * ers, tables, ng devic ts jewheari dining hardware,” Yoder said. Furniture, whether it’s a Rep tmenracks, juscoat r currentand Adair in youkitchen Traderoom, ur yo elry Cle boxes, shelves, room,ive to name a few. Custom-ordered piec- change in measurements See Pg. 3 — YODER’S See Pg. 4 — CALENDAR & of % aningscanes, 50 up to


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We reserve the right to limit quantities on all sale items.

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Customers may look through the store’s many furniture catalogs for inspiration and optional furniture choices when it comes to wood, stain, style and adornments.

Yoder’s room, no fancy prices,” furniture can also be purchased from the many pieces arraying the store’s showroom. With the holiday season in full swing, that showroom is stocked with a variety of wooden toys. These include handmade puzzles, ladders, toys, marble sets and other unique items. Yoder’s Oak & Cherry Furniture is located at 6018 County Road 77, across the road from Heini’s Cheese Chalet in Bunker Hill just north of Berlin. Hours are Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 8439 TR 527 • Shreve, OH 44676 330-567-2569 Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., 8:30 - 5:30 Wed., 8:30 - 7:00 Sat. 8:30 - 4:00

The store may be contacted by next-day fax at 330698-3200. Stop in for a free quote on bedrooms, dining rooms, occasional tables, media stands, home office, children’s furniture and much more. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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Calendar Humane Society representatives will be on be accepted for Holmes hand to give information County Share-A–Christ- and membership signup mas and the Love Center. sheets will be available. To RSVP or for more Dec. 1 is also aluminum information, call Connie can pick-up day. Weaver at 330-674-1584, Donations needed by Ext. 1764. the Humane Society are: office supplies, dog and cat food (espeicially PuriDonate to na) dog and cat treats, litHolmes Humane ter, storage cupboards, dish and laundry soap, Society, adopt bleach, storage containers, paper towels and a kitten on toilet paper, copy paper, Saturday ink cartridges HP 61, The pet food drive at used bath towels to use Rodhe’s IGA in Millersburg for surgery, storage barn, to benefit the Holmes coffee pot, mugs, coffee, County Humane Society pop, silverware, fencing, will continue through Dec. poster board and mark1, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. On site will ers. Monetary donations be kittens that need a good, accepted anytime. safe home. (Continued From Page 1)

Golden Bear Brigade to hold donation drive

at Christian Women’s Club

The Golden Bear Brigade has been serving the emotional and physical needs of the Southeast Community’s enlisted and active duty military 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 8:30-10:30 a.m. at Holmesville Town Hall.

Lorah to speak

Holmes County Christian Women’s Club will return to Der Dutchman in Walnut Creek on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Speaker will be Sugarcreek’s author and musician, David Lorah, with a new story and a sing-a-long of Christmas carols. The brunch will be 9:30-11:30 a.m. and cost of $8 is inclusive. For reservations call 330-674-2767 or 330-343-7046, or e-mail reservations to dawdys@, using CWC in the subject line. Make reservations by Dec. 1. There will be no January meeting. Currently, collections assist the Share-A-Christmas program.

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Public meeting to review CHIP program is Dec. 6 To all homeowners: An informational meeting will be held Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Millersburg Village Council Room at 7 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to review the programs available through CHIP, income eligibility guidelines, as well as a presentation on fair housing. Applications 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.

ers, drink and dessert. It also includes a handmade bowl. There will be holiday musical entertainment provided by the high school jazz band. For presale tickets, please contact Ronda Shultzman at Waynedale High School at 330698-3071. Only a presale ticket guarantees a bowl. All proceeds will be going to help purchase food for needy families in the Southeast district for the holiday season.

Pancake breakfast and Tuba Christmas at WHS

The Wooster High School Music Parent Association invites you to attend its annual allyou-can-eat pancake breakfast on Saturday, To all interested con- Dec. 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 tractors: There will be p.m. in the Wooster High a special meeting on School Commons. TickThursday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. ets are $5 for adults and for contractors inter- $3 for children ages 3-10 ested in participating in when purchased from the 2013 Holmes Coun- a music student before ty Community Housing the event. Tickets are $6 Improvement Program. and $4 when purchased Applications will be at the door. Children 2 available at this meet- and under are free. Tuba ing. There will be a Christmas is at noon and question and answer free to attend. session.

Empty Bowls Chili Supper is Dec. 7 The Southeast Local Schools Art Department is sponsoring an Empty Bowls Chili Supper Friday, Dec. 7 from 5-7 p.m. in the Waynedale High School cafeteria. The cost is a $5 donation and that includes chili, with tomato soup as a vegetarian option, bread or crack-

Benefit is planned Dec. 8 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 See Pg. 7 — CALENDAR

Robyn McClintock to speak at Berlin Lions Club The Berlin Lions Club was privileged to hand out water to hundreds of runners in Berlin Amish Country’s first half-marathon event the weekend following Thanksgiving. With frigid temperatures and many hills this was a day these determined participants will not forget. The next club meeting will be on Thursday, Dec. 6 at Berlin East of Chicago with Zone 2 Chairman Robyn E. McClintock from Wooster speaking. Come at 6:30 p.m. to mingle and eat.

The Dec. 20. meeting is cancelled for the holidays. The Berlin Lions wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Thursday, November 29, 2012 — 5

Community Roads we travel recorded on the odometer of life “Some people try to turn back their odometers. Not me; I want people to know WHY I look this way. I’ve traveled a long way, and some of the roads weren’t paved.” — Will Rogers. It amazes, and often saddens, me the extent some people will go to in order to try to turn back the clock … or their odometers. Some celebrities have had so many face lifts, their knees are now part of their eyes. And I’ve seen some women who’ve had so much plastic surgery, they no longer look human. That is supposed to be attractive? Reality check, people! We age! Just like our cars will accrue dings, crumples, scratches and dents throughout the miles their odometers will track, so will we as we pass through the years of our lives. Cars that have traveled great distances and weathered some rough roads often show their travails on their bodies. I admire those cars that can take those rough roads. We owned

a car once that “looked” great — beautiful color, sleek design, nice metallic paint job. It looked fantastic … sitting in our driveway every doggone time it was broken, and that was often. It’s outside body looked great, but the engine wasn’t worth a nickel! I dated several guys in high school who were considered “hot” at the time. A large percentage, though granted not all, of them treated me and every other girl they dated like crap. Granted, I also dated some less “hot” guys who were also jerks, but even that goes to show you can’t always judge a person by outward appearance. I’ve never understood this obsession with excessive surgery. Why not, instead, be content with the stories our lines tell? Why would I want to “correct” the crow’s feet around my eyes? They

imply the stories of how many times I’ve smiled, how many books I’ve pored over in pursuit of knowledge, how many times I’ve squinted to catch just the right angle on a piece of art. That gray in my hair? According to my stylist, that’s just God’s highlights (thank you, Lee Ann), so why would I mess with the Master’s sense of style. My thighs, why would I … well, OK, my thighs I would probably do something about … But think back to when you were a kid. Did you really care at Christmas what the package looked like? Chances are you didn’t. You were more concerned about what was actually IN the package. Who cares if the package was all pretty if it had reindeer poop inside? Like that crummy, though “pretty” car we owned, I don’t much care how many miles my friends’ odometers have on them; I’m much more concerned about the miles their hearts will travel with me on this journey called “life.”

Church notes Crafters needed

Tabernacle presents live Nativity

tomb, and most importantly, Heaven’s Gates. Crafters are needed for More than 100 church Christmas Craft Show to members donate time, be held on Saturday, Dec. talent, animals and cos1, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., at St. “Journey back through tumes to bring the gift of John’s Church in Millers- time to…The Live Nativi- the Christmas story alive burg. Please contact Sue ty,” will be presented Dec. to the community. Guests Dye at 330-378-3321 for 7-9 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at are encouraged to drive the information packet the Coshocton Christian through more than once. on setting up your crafts. Tabernacle, 23891 Air- Videotaping and photos port Road, Coshocton, are allowed; keeping in (across from Wal-Mart). mind the flow of traffic Lorah to speak The live Nativity, in its must be maintained. at Christian 15th year, has become For more information a holiday tradition for call, 740-622-4133. Women’s Club many in the past. LumiHolmes County Chris- naria light the way as tian Women’s Club will visitors drive through Candlelight return to Der Dutchman the scenes depicting the Church Walk in Walnut Creek on Tues- birth of Christ, and other day, Dec. 4. Speaker will be well-known events of is Dec. 14 Sugarcreek’s author and his life. This 10-minute The Millersburg Candlemusician, David Lorah, journey begins at the light Church Walk will be with a new story and a market place in Bethle- held Friday, Dec. 14, 6-8 p.m. sing-a-long of Christmas hem where the dreaded Tour six churches and enjoy carols. The brunch will be tax collector awaits, the music, decorations, his9:30-11:30 a.m. and cost of Inn which is full for the toric information and light $8 is inclusive. For reser- evening leads to the sta- refreshments at each stop. vations call 330-674-2767 ble where Joseph, Mary Complete the evening or 330-343-7046, or e-mail and the baby Jesus find by returning to Millersreservations to dawdys@ rest. A host of heavenly burg Mennonite Church, using angels alert the shepherds at 8:15 p.m. for a time of CWC in the subject line. guarding their sheep with special music. Maps are Make reservations by good news of Jesus’ birth, available at any of the Dec. 1. There will be no while the Wise Men wor- participating churches in January meeting. Cur- ship the newborn Christ downtown Millersburg. rently, collections assist child. The journey is comChurches to be toured the Share-A-Christmas pleted with scenes of the are Millersburg Christian, program. most told stories about First Presbyterian, Faith Jesus ... the carpenter’s Lutheran, St. Peter’s Cathshop, Jesus walking on olic, Millersburg MenCoshocton water, a soldier praying nonite and Grace Pointe at the cross, Jesus at the Community Church. Christian

Briefs New arrivals A GIRL, Amelia Jane Weigand, was born Nov. 15 at Wooster Community Hospital to Sarah Phillips and Senser Weigand of Fresno. She weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was 18 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are John and Molly Phillips of Spring Mountain and Tom and Linda Weigand of Nashville. Greatgrandparents are Ruth Phillips, James and Martha Crawford and Beulah Larsen.

Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary third annual Tree Festival raises almost $7,000

The Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary played host to its third annual Christmas Tree Festival Nov. 15-18 at Hotel Millersburg. This year, the Auxiliary brought in nearly $7,000, coming from tree, wreath, and centerpiece sales, as well as raffle prizes. RYLIE JOY was born Nov. The festival featured more 7 to Mike and Angie Hostetler than 60 decorated Christmas of Fredericksburg. She weighed trees, wreaths and centerpieces, 7 pounds, 13.7 ounces and was all of which were available for 20.25 inches long. She is the purchase. couple’s first child. The hospital also had several Grandparents are Ken and raffle prizes given away for $1 Pam Rohr of Apple Creek and per ticket and spectators were Dan and Linda Hostetler of able to enjoy refreshments and Fredericksburg. Great-grand- cookies as they browsed items. parents are Nellie Rohr of MasThe winners of the 2012 sillon and Susie Goodwin of Iva, Tree Festival awards included: S.C., formerly of Apple Creek. Pomerene Hospital Dietary

Department (recipe tree), Most Creative; Pomerene Emergency Physicians (snowman tree), Mayor’s Choice; Every Woman’s House (display with reindeer, sleigh and Christmas items), Spirit of Christmas award; Holmes Family Medicine (patriotic tree), Best Theme; and Callie Selders (Frosty the Snowman tree), People’s Choice.

Lang to be honored nationally Holmes County Chapter American Red Cross volunteer Larry Lang will be honored for his service at the American Red Cross national headquarters in Washington, D.C. Since 1993, he has been a board member, board chairman, volunteer office assistant, disaster chairman, fundraiser chairman and instructor of first aid, preventing disease transmission, adult/child infant CPR, community CPR, instruc-

tor trainer, van driver for the apheresis (Piatt program) and many other chapter related services. The BioMedical Volunteer Service award will be presented during a dinner meeting. Nomination for the award was given by David Plate, CEO of the Northern Ohio Blood Region and endorsed by Mary Alice Frank, Regional CEO of the Northweast Ohio Region.

Salvation Army to hold Red Kettle collection through Dec. 24 Salvation Army Red Kettles will be in place through Dec. 24. All money collected will stay in Holmes County. To mail in donations, send to Salvation Army-Holmes County, C/O REA & Associates 212 N. Washington St. Millerburg, OH 44654. Any group willing to help by

“ringing the bell” can volunteer by calling Randy Hummel at 330-674-6031 or 330-7634600.

Glenmont Food Pantry is open The Glenmont Food Pantry, located in the Community Building (school), will be open the second Tuesday of each month from 5-8 p.m., through Dec. 11. For more information, call 330-377-4567 Ext. 23.

Holmes Red Cross collection for relief The Holmes County Chapter of the American Red Cross is working to help raise funds for the areas damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Donations can be sent to P.O. Box 70, Millersburg 44654. For more information call 1-800-red-cross or visit www.

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Making Plans

Arranging appointments and maintaining busy schedules is an unremitting task; weeks can fly by in a whirlwind of activities. Sometimes, we need to assess our expenditure of time. Are we using it wisely? Is God marked on our calendar? This consideration affects all of our plans; God wants us to make Him a part of each day. Our stress level can decrease as our faith in God’s power increases. “In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps” says Proverbs 16:9. Let God help you with your plans, and plan to visit your house of worship every week.

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CHRISTMAS DOWN ON THE FARM — Schrock’s Amish Farm and Tis the Season will hold the eighth annual Down on the Farm event Saturday, Dec. 1. Take a sleigh ride, visit a live Nativity and listen to the West Holmes Varsity Choir as strolling carolers provide entertainment throughout the various shops. This is a family-friendly event that will create Christmas memories.

Calendar that helped on this home to Bureau Board memberjoin us and see the comple- ship Christmas party the family with travel and tion of their efforts.” will be held at 6:30 p.m., lodging expenses. Habitat works in part- Saturday, Dec. 15 at Life Dinner will be served nership with people Center (formerly the from 4-6 p.m. Pork sand- to build and renovate Grocery Bag), in Millwiches, noodles, baked decent, affordable hous- ersburg. Meat, beverage beans, scalloped potatoes ing. The houses are then and table service will be and dessert will be avail- sold to Habitat’s part- provided; take a covered able at a cost of $7 for ner families, at no profit dish to share. For more adults and $3 for children and with no interest information or to register, ages 10 and younger. charged. Partner families contact the Farm Bureau The auction will be invest hundreds of hours office at 330-263-7456. held from 6:30-9 p.m. of their own labor into with Auctioneer Roman building their homes and Miller followed by DJ the homes of others. The Schmid to share Cory Manbock from 9 mortgage payments go holiday music p.m.-1 a.m. Auction items into a revolving Fund for and donations would be Humanity that is used to on Dec. 16 appreciated. Contact build more houses. Real Wooster Community Patty at 330-231-4175 or estate taxes being paid to Hospital Auxiliary will Cindy at 330-276-0104 for Holmes County by part- present holiday music donation information. ner families are now more with John Schmid on Dec. than $30,000 per year. 16 at First Presbyterian More information about Church, located at the Holmes Habitat Habitat for Humanity can corner of Bowman Street home dedication be found at www.habita- and College Avenue. or by The auxiliary will hold is Dec. 9 leaving a message at 330- a silent auction and serve Holmes County Habitat 674-4663. Monetary dona- hors d’oeuvres beginfor Humanity will hold a tions can be mailed to P.O. ning at 6 p.m., followed dedication service on its most Box 418, Millersburg 44654. by the performance at 7 recently completed home p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2 p.m. at Call 330-263-8299 to Farm Bureau the home site at 586 Elm register. The event is free St. (facing Wooster Road) Christmas Party and open to the public, but in Millersburg. The public is donations will be accepted invited. Plenty of parking is is Dec. 15 to help fund the auxiliary’s Holmes County Farm mammogram project. available across the street at the Victorian House. The home was built in partnership with Becky Mike and her two children and leading the building process was Habitat’s construction supervisor, Roy Crayton. Call Me “Getting this home completed so close to the holidays has been very special to be in The Daily Record and for Becky and her chilHolmes County Shopper dren,” said Kristy Bowling, president of Holmes County Habitat for Humanity. “We encourage all of those (Continued From Page 4)


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Santa Train moving out Dec. 1 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 Click on ‘tickets’ and follow instructions. Tickets can also be ordered by phone at 330-667-5121. For additional information call 330-683-2426.

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

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Many feathers flock together for rare bird It was the fourth time I had interrupted this fellow’s solitude and I knew I either had to strike up a conversation and explain what I was doing, or allow the young Amish man to go on believing that I was actively stalking him through the woods. “Hi there,” I said waving a gloved hand that held a large roll of yellow caution tape. “I, um, I’m marking out a course for a bicycle race.” He responded with one of those wordless upward nods which says in essence, “Thanks for telling me that but I’m really not concerned with what you are doing.” It was then that I saw the binoculars in his hands. “Hey, wow, are you birding?” I chirped. Another upward nod. “Have you seen anything unusual today?” I said, now fully bulldozing myself into his peaceful endeavor. “Well,” he said calmly, “I have seen some Whitewinged Crossbills this morning and ...” He didn’t even have a chance to finish. “Holy smokes! I just saw a pair of Crossbills over

near my place in Orrville just yesterday!” I blurted. It’s entirely possible that this guy was just a tad bit freaked-out by my enthusiasm, but not many folks in my immediate circle would give two hoots about spotting the sparrow-sized nutcracker. It was as if I’d just discovered a long-lost cousin! “Well that’s a bit unusual,” he said. “There must be a few of them moving through here.” The conversation had begun and now it was off to the races and the bird jargon began to, well, fly. Within minutes we had established enough of a bird-lover’s kinship that he revealed something else he’d spied in the woods that morning — and a rare bird for these parts indeed. “And I’ll tell you,” he said. “I also followed the

chirping of a number of little birds over to that clump of shrubs where I found a Saw-whet owl.” “No way!” I said. “Do you suppose he’s still there?” Within minutes I was staring at an owl no larger than a good-sized coffee cup perched so far back in the thicket that without my new friend, Aaron, I couldn’t have found it if the bird was painted orange and had a giant flashing arrow above its head. In thanking him, I handed off my phone so he could alert a few other birder friends in the area, then I went back to my work laying trail for the race through the back country of the arboretum. After an hour or so of plotting course it was time to ride, and my buddies and I convened at the truck to change into our cycling duds and grab our bikes. Just as we were ready to roll a small caravan of cars plastered with Wilderness Center, Ducks Unlimited and Sierra Club stickers pulled in next to us. Buoyed by my earlier success in nosing myself into someone

else’s business I rolled up next to the cars. “You ladies want a hot tip?” I said, forgetting for the moment that in full-blown cycling gear I present a fairly strange sight in and of myself. The ladies seemed initially terrified. “You’re here to look for birds, right?” I said, pointing

to the binoculars that hung around each of their necks. “There’s a Saw-whet owl up on that hillside. ...” “That’s what we’re here to see!” they shouted in unison. Ten minutes later, half a dozen middle-aged women in earth tone denim were crouched in the underbrush

alongside five guys in brightly-colored Spandex staring at a tiny sleeping owl. A fine collection of rare birds indeed! (Check out a photo of our little Saw-whet owl on my Facebook page at JohnLorsonSendHelp. And as always, be sure to “Like” it while you’re there!)

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Community children dressed as shepherds will take part in the live Nativity at Mount Hope Auction on Friday night.

The Mount Hope community will come together on Friday night, Nov. 30, at 5:30 p.m. at the Mount Hope Auction Barn to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. The children of the community will take on costumed roles for a live Nativity at the auction barn. The Christmas Story will be told, in both English and German by members of the Mount Hope Merchants Association. Liberated For Him and a local group, The Mount Hope Four, will sing. Food available at the Mount Hope Auction Barn res-


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

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Barbwire December is here — take time to enjoy the holidays By BARB LUMLEY Columnist Thanksgiving is over, Black Friday is history, we had our first snow, the leftovers have finally all been eaten, and things are getting back to normal — for a little while! We had a nice day with family and lots of good food. The leftovers lasted a couple days and then I had to go back to cooking! A big pot of hot chili tasted pretty good when it was so cold and snowy last Saturday. It was windy and cold and we had just enough snow to show up on the plowed ground. I am sure there are a lot of youngsters out there wishing for lots of snow to build snowmen, go sled riding, and to cancel school. And there are many of us “older folks” hoping we

don’t see any more snow this winter! There is no doubt in my mind that the youngsters will get their wishes! Black Friday is over. It was over for me before it started! After cleaning house and cooking for two days, the last thing I want to do is to get up at a ridiculously early hour to go tramp through the shopping mall and spend money! For me, Black Friday means transferring leftovers to smaller containers, washing up and putting away crockpots, baking dishes and pans, returning the good dishes to their proper place in the cupboard, washing up dish towels and tablecloths, and, if I am lucky, having a little time to curl up in my recliner under an afghan, and go to sleep watching

an unimportant football game. Deer season is in and the hunters were out in full force early Monday morning. The four fellows who hunt our farm each took a deer, three does and a buck, and went home happy. I didn’t lose any, so I am not going to hunt for any! Besides, I couldn’t kill one if it was standing at the front door waiting for me to shoot it! My Dad used to tease me because I always asked to stay home and help cut up the hogs on the second day of butchering, but I never wanted to be at home on the day they were killed and hung. I also took some teasing from him the time I went to put on my barn boots and felt a live mouse in one of them! I didn’t

want to kill it, so instead I grabbed the boot, opened the door on the coal furnace and threw it in the fire! The dairy cattle shows, fairs, and sales are over for this year in this area, but the various breed organizations will be planning meetings, conventions and activities for the New Year. Memberships to these organizations are being renewed for 2013, so be sure to mail those in, and if you know a dairy farmer who doesn’t belong to the organization of his breed, encourage him or her to join. It is a great way to meet new people, make new friends and become involved in special activities. December has arrived and with it the holidays.


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Dog licenses go on sale Saturday Markets when purchasing new tags. Licenses may also be purchased by mail. Return the entire application with the proper fee and the Auditor’s Office will mail tags back. Licenses also may be purchased online. For more information visit A kennel license is available for $70. A tag must be purchased for each dog in a kennel that is over the age of 3 months. The kennel license will be sold with five tags; additional tags will be $1 per tag. A kennel license can be purchased only at the Auditor’s Office or Dog Warden Department. All of license revenues go toward the operation of the Holmes County Kennel. The Holmes County Kennel is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4;30 p.m.; and Tuesday and

Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Dog agents for tag sales in Holmes County are: Holmes County Auditor’s Office; Holmes County Dog Warden; Becks Mills General Store, Becks Mills; Bargain Shed, Holmesville; Farmerstown General, Farmerstown; Garver’s Service Station, Killbuck; Moore’s Lawn & Garden, Millersburg; Mount Hope Hardware, Mount Hope; Orme Hardware, Berlin; Millersburg True Value, Millersburg; Wolfcreek Veterinary Clinic, Millersburg; Myers 76, Clark; Prairie Station, Big Prairie; Whitmer’s Store, Winesburg; Buckeye Deli, Nashville; East Holmes Vet Clinic, Berlin; and Village Veterinary Clinic, Millersburg. The agents may collect an administrative fee of 75 cents per dog in addition to the license fee.

Farm brief 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 up for 2011 SURE benefits before the June 7, 2013 deadline. To qualify for a SURE payment, the producer’s operation must be located in a county that was declared a disaster for 2011 and have at least a 10 percent production loss that affects one crop of economic significance. Producers with agri-



cultural operations located outside a disaster county are eligible for SURE benefits if they had a production loss greater or equal to 50 percent of the normal production on the farm. For more information on SURE program eligibility requirements contact your local FSA office or visit the website at http://

(Continued From Page 10) FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic Nov. 20 44 CALVES — Good to choice calves 100-110, medium to good calves 90-100, fair to medium calves 75-90, commons and lights 75-down, back to farm, bull calves 110-142, back to farm, heifer calves 75-110. 21 PIGS — 40-50 lbs. 25, 50-60 lbs. 36, 60-70 lbs. 41-60, 70 lbs.-up 60-84. 5 GOATS — Per cwt 75-92, kids per wct. 135-142. 89 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 62-64, 240-260 lbs. 57.50-74.50, 260 lbs.-up 66.2570, butcher sows 58-down, boars by weight 10. 26 CATTLE — Holstein steers 76, bulls 78.50-84, good beef cows 71.50-75.50, medium to good cows 67-71.50, fair to medium cows 62.50-67, common cows 50-62; feeder cattle, steer and bulls 136-141. 199 TOTAL HEAD. 30 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 250-335, 2nd and 3rd cutting 300-425, hay rd. bales 275-320 ton and 80-100 rd. bale, wheat straw rd. 160-200 ton, corn fodder 32.50; firewood per ton 55-60 ton. MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Nov. 21 9 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 67.50-69, 250-270 lbs. 66-72.50; 20 FEEDER PIGS, 50-75 lbs. 32.50-39, 75-85 lbs. 44-46. 14 CATTLE — Heifers 85-103, good Holstein steers, 80-103.50,. 9 BULLS — Jersey bulls

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Shopping Under the Stars 2012 World’s largest teddy bear is in mind of creator I often wish I had the unbridled imagination of children. Not that fairy tale type of imagination, but rather the ability that anything is possible and that whatever it is, is simply amazing. These sorts of qualities in children come out in many times or situations, but none so much as when they get their hands on a book of world records. I used to not understand why kids love these books so much, but I’m starting to get an idea. When one is young, there is very little life maintenance to do. No little things to bog down your everyday life. (I’m jealous, I confess.) With all this leftover free time and space in their brains that is not taken up by trying to remember the

grocery list and getting your kids to bathe, they are free to think bigger, think better, and think world record. Sometimes even more than that. Our commute home from school is somewhere between 10 and 15 minutes, depending on stoplights. Occasionally we sing, occasionally they fight. Usually they have fantastic conversations that are more entertaining than any talk radio show in the entire world. “Hey guess what! I found the Guiness Book of World Records today

at school,” says one. “And we looked up the world’s largest teddy bear. Wanna guess how big it is?” Numbers started flying. The youngest, with barely a concept of space and time offered up 3,001 inches. The conservative oldest suggested 50 feet. The middle-man with a head full of space for imaginative thinking gave his own creative answer. “1,000 feet tall. It’s actually a building. It’s a company where they make teddy bears, instead of it being a regular factory, it’s a teddy bear,” he said. “And it’s also a museum,” he explained without even cracking a smile. Instantly, the oldest was questioning this

story. “So, if it’s a teddy bear, how do they walk through the fluff?” “Tunnels,” was the answer. “Well, what do they do if it rains? Teddy bears can’t get wet,” she retorted. “Actually it’s under cover in a regular looking building.” “OK, then, how do they plug in their machines and computers if it’s just all fluff? I don’t think you can run electrical cord through there.” “Actually, all of the working parts in the staff offices are located in the leg. The rest is just tunnels.” And somehow, the conversation was over. I thought nothing of it and we switched topics to when the youngest decided it was a good idea to

take her stuffed animals down the Slip ’N Slide, and then moved on to how we are already missing summer just a bit. Before long, we were home, and the entire episode was over. Dinner was served, instruments were practiced, books were read, and I finally sat down at the computer. The first thing I looked up: World’s largest teddy bear. I knew the story he spun was a little outrageous, but I had to commend his creativity. The world’s largest single-stuffed teddy bear is a whopping 55 feet, 4 inches and was completed in June 2008 in Kansas. The largest teddy bear mosaic, however, is over 600 feet and was completed in 2011 by the Chelsea Teddy Bear

Company. The critical thinker came to join me, and it wasn’t long before it was shouted through the house. “You were making that whole thing up! The world’s largest teddy bear isn’t 1,000 feet tall. Liar!” Laughter rang through the halls. I went to bed that night stuck in another one of those parenting moments when your kids do something bad but slightly impressive. Punishment is tricky when it comes to those situations, so I just closed my eyes and was thankful for each of my children: the thinker, the creator, and the one who would love to take the world’s largest teddy bear down the Slip ’N Slide.

Christmas basket for the adopted veteran; Jan. 18 and 19 is the Mid Winter Conference at the Crown Plaza in Columbus; and Jan. 27 is the Men’s Winter Conference and Women’s Roundtable at 9:30 a.m. at Scio Post 482.

ty District Public Library, Uniforms and Scrubs, Millersburg. Millersburg. Contact Phyllis Young 330-674-0676 or 1-866Arts Council 386-2026. Holmes County Arts Community meets the third Wednesday of each Zen Society The Zen Society of month at 6 p.m., at Young

Wooster meets for meditation and discussion on Mondays at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 3186 Burbank Road, Wooster. For information, see or contact Steve Berg at 330-893-2447.

Club notes sophomores, Alec Larson and Brianna Renker; and freshman, Ben Meckley Shreve Forest Post 67 and Shelby Reutter. A new member, HayAuxiliary met Nov. 20 for its monthly meeting. Five ley Kick, was accepted hundred poppies were into membership. Girls ordered for next Memo- State applications were rial Day. A donation was discussed. Letters will be given to help pay postage sent for co-contributers for packages for overseas to help defray costs. Dec. 2 will be the Hilldeployed military members. Americanism and top Christmas party at 3 government tests winners p.m.; Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. will from Triway High School be the Unit Christmas are seniors, Shawn Ham- Party at Jacki Chamberlin and Amanda Butts; lain’s home. Take finger juniors, Brandon How- food, a wrapped white ell and Mariah Cruise; elephant gift, items for a

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Holmes Chamber recognizes members at banquet By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Community members representing Holmes County businesses, organizations and government attended the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet on Nov. 15 at the Carlisle Inn. “This evening is really about you — the members of the Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau,” said Chamber President Kent Miller. “You are what makes this organization successful and unique. Thank you for seeing the value of being part of this organization and for taking advantage of the benefits offered to you.” Executive Director Shasta Mast took the opportunity to say thank you to everyone present. “2012 was a big year at the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau. In addition to all the normal things we do to support



John Waltman and Craig Lawhead had some time for talk before the dinner at the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce annual event. economic development in our region — like sending out 17,000 visitor packets, hosting the Ohio Furniture Market, planning the Christmas Cookie Tour of Inns, running Amish Country’s tourism marketing efforts, serving as the region’s visitor information center, facilitating Leadership Holmes County, operating * the Safety Council and much, much more — we also renovated a historic building and relocated our offices,” she said. “It’s


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Chamber butters churns, apple peelers and drying racks Jerry Anderson from the in large quantities but closing hospital complex there would still be a liveon the corner of state ly market for these items. Route 39 and County So he resolved to design, Road 201. build and sell these genThe full-scale renova- eration-spanning items.” tion to the hotel, restauHovis described Lehmrant and fitness center an’s diverse customer included many construc- base — which runs the tion phases, with the final gambit from missionarproduct of 69 rooms, ies and hunters to Hollymeeting rooms, a 26-seat wood set designers, enviprivate movie theater, ronmentalists and island a 350-member fitness dwellers — culled from center and renovated all 50 states and 100 difgrounds. ferent countries. The award was accepted Hovis also displayed by Berlin Hotel & Suites a sample of Lehman’s Manager Pedro Guzman. extensive root beer colRob Hovis of Edward lection. Jones Investments intro“One thing that has not duced this year’s Large changed, despite everyBusiness Award winner, thing that has changed at Lehman’s Hardware. Lehman’s, is that we are In 1955, a time of emerg- part of this community,” ing technology, Jay Lehm- said Galen Lehman of an founded a hardware Lehman Hardware, notstore to serve the Amish ing that the store’s electric community and others bill now totals to more who live without electric- than the store’s first year ity, explained Hovis. of sales. “The great people “It was in this climate that are here and the supthat Jay decided to mar- port that we have … are a ket equipment that could key part of our success.” only be operated by hand, Lehman also thanked by horse or by natural his father, Jay Lehman, gas,” said Hovis. “He who started the business predicted, correctly, that 57 years ago. one day no one would be making hand-powered See Pg. 16 — CHAMBER (Continued From Page 14)

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Chamber past,” said Miller. “For more than five decades, The Community Ser- the Antique Festival has vice Award went to the drawn together commuHolmes County Antique nity members and leaders Festival. to celebrate and display “If you lived in Holmes the county’s attributes.” County over the last 50 Holmes County Antique years, then like me, you Festival Board Member have a history with the Pam Akins accepted the antique festival,” said Lee award. Miller of CSB. The 2012 Achievement This year, the Antique Award went to Atlee Festival celebrated its Raber, a local entrepre50th year anniversary, neur who has devoted his and Miller shared the his- life to helping others. tory behind the festival’s “He feels his life is not many changes. about him and what he “The Antique Festival has accomplished, it’s has made antique status. about God and God calls As time and commu- us to help others,” said nity marches on, Hol- Barry Hummel of Hummes County continues to mel Insurance. set aside one weekend Hummel described every October to look the many organizations back and celebrate our Raber has his hand in, (Continued From Page 15)

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Todd Day, Rachel Day, Shane Snyder, Brooke Akins, Fred Hawkins, Rodney Arnold, Pam Akins, Tara Dalrymple, Georgianna Cool and Jan Flickinger were recognized for community service at the Nov. 15 Holmes County Chamber Banquet. from helping a start-up cheese co-op in Indiana get on its feet to aiding an old colony Mennonite settlement in Mexico. In fact, Raber has journeyed to the settlement in Mexico — to help start a cheese factory and heifer project — more than 40 times since 1995, including this week. Raber also helped found a clinic for children with inherited diseases in Mount Eaton and helped organize a cleanup effort in Louisiana in wake of Hurricane Isaac. Accepting the award on behalf of Raber was Sam Yoder, owner of Berlin Garden Gazebos.

For the first time, the Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau presented the Friend of the Chamber Award to the Commercial & Savings Bank. Miller described how the bank, which first opened in 1874, eventually moved out of the historic building at the corner of state Routes 39 and 83. “That move left the 26,000 square foot building on the northwest corner of the square of Millersburg empty. At the same time the Holmes County Chamber, a half and a block northeast, had outgrown our

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FOR THE BIRDS — Elle Heller (left) and Gwynn Hunt of Girl Scout Troup 777 in Glenmont mix up birdseed to make a wreath during a service project at The Wilderness Center on Nov. 17. The wreaths were placed in the Foxfield Preserve nature cemetery. “The girls had a lot of sticky, messy fun creating their wreaths, and learning about the birds that would be eating them,” said steward Sara Starr. The girls, ages 6-8, created wreaths to decorate the grave sites. Allowing only natural burials, a nature preserve cemetery focuses on protecting the land and providing a lasting habitat for wildlife by conserving nature and improving water quality.

Programs and events at the Holmes County District Public Library include: — Family Movie Matinee, Dec. 1, 1 p.m., Central Library of the Holmes County District Public Library. The animated feature reveals the incredible, never-before seen answer to every child’s question: “How does Santa deliver all those presents in one night?” This movie is rated PG. Bring a comfy chair or blanket and a drink with a covered lid. Popcorn will be provided. For movie title visit the Central Library or call 330-674-5972. — 12 Days of a Library Christmas family holiday program, Dec. 4, 6:30 p.m., Central Library of the Holmes County District Public Library. The program will give a modern take on the classic “The Twelve Days of Christmas” with a library twist. Entertainment, games and crafts for children ages 4 through fifth grade and their families. Refreshments will be provided. Space is

limited. To register stop by the Children’s Desk or call 330-674-5972, Ext. 211. — Family Craft Night, Dec. 6, 5-8 p.m., East branch of the Holmes County District Public Library. Enjoy light refreshments and craftmaking while supplies last. Families can enjoy making winter-themed crafts. Adults are asked to bring any size jar with a lid if possible. Craft instructions will also be available to take home. For more information contact the East Branch at 330-893-3464. “Our Town, Memories of Holmes County Project” — Do you have old pictures of an event or people in Holmes County? Please consider sharing or donating your photos to the “Our Town” project. The images or scanned representations will be gathered in a book and shared at the Holmes County Library as well as on its web site. Contact Susan Corl at 330-674-5972 with questions or for more information.

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Monday — Pleasant View School, 12:30-1:30 p.m.; Pleasant Hill School, 1:15-1:45 p.m.; Winesburg public, 2-6:30 p.m.; Spring Meadow School, 9-10:15 a.m.; North Bunker Hill School, 10:30 a.m.-noon; ‘Get Smart’ event to raise funds for Every Woman’s House Dublin School, 1-2 p.m.; Sunset View School, 2:15A “Get Smart” event to 12:30 p.m., “Smart Holi- er will be available by 3:15 p.m. benefit Every Woman’s day Cooking” by Isobel donation only. Tuesday — Calmoutier House will be held Sat- Dunkley with Pampered For more information School, 12:45-2 p.m.; Tower urday, Dec. 1 at Millers- Chef; 11 a.m.-1 p.m., contact Dunkley at 740- View School 2:30-3:45 burg United Methodist “Smart You: Inside & 291-8366. p.m.; Beechvale, 5-6 p.m. Church, located on state Out” by Ada Troyer Route 39. with Arbonne; 11 a.m.-1 There will be more than p.m., “Smart Decorating” $1,000 worth of gift bas- by Ellie Ramseyer with kets, gift certificates and Ellie’s Prim Decor; 11:30 other items raffled off. a.m.-1:30 p.m., “Smart Bring a package of dia- Healthy Cooking” by pers, toiletries or femi- Arlene Miller with nine hygiene items to be Wildtree; and 11:30 a.m.donated to EWH and 1:30 p.m., “Smart Money receive 10 free raffle tick- Ideas” with Lisa Grassets. Drawings will begin baugh with MetLife. at 2 p.m.; must be present Free hair and makeup to win. consultations, as well Free “Get Smart” as free glamour shot classes will be offered proofs, will be given throughout the day. The away. schedule is: 10:30 a.m.Food by Stacy Ramsey-

Wednesday — Chestnut Ridge, 9-11 a.m.; Charm Elementary, 11:15-11:45 p.m.; Walnut Hills Nursing, 12:45-1:45 a.m.;Troyers Trail, state Route 515, 12:55-1:35 p.m.; Walnut Hills Retirement, 2-2:30 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m.

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The Wayne Community College library has offered to provide community cards to Holmes County residents. To apply for the card and see card holder benefits, you may download an application from https:// or visit the Central Library in Millersburg for a paper form. All applications must be returned to the Holmes County Library for processing. For information, contact Susan Corl at 330674-5972, Ext. 227 or email — One-on-One eReader Help Sessions at the Central Library — The Holmes County Library is now offering one-on-one help for those with ereader devices. Sessions will be up to 30 minutes showing patrons how to check out and download library ebooks and other digital media. Participants must have a valid Holmes County District Public Library card with an account in good standing. To set up an appointment call 330-674-5972.

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An all you care to eat ham dinner will be served Christmas tree light- Sunday, Dec. 9 from 11 ing will be held Sunday, a.m.-1 p.m., at the Wilmot Dec. 9 at 5 p.m. at Kill- Fire Hall, 204 Mill St., to buck Community Park. benefit Wilmot Fire & West Holmes Chamber Rescue. All you care to eat Choir, and a reading of ham, scalloped potatoes, “The Christmas Story,” green beans, applesauce, by Terry Logdon will coleslaw, dinner rolls, a be featured. There will slice of pie and beverage, be a bonfire, hayride, served family style. Cost caroling and a candle is $8 for adults and $4 for lighting. Free hot choco- ages 4-10 (3 and younger late and cookies will be eat free). Carryouts available. 330-359-5995. available.

Hurricane relief items being collected Pioneer Trails and Berlin Christian Fellowship in Berlin are collecting items to be used for hurricane relief. Coats, blankets, socks, white tube socks and donations may be dropped off at either

Thursday, December 6 – 10:00 a.m. Wooster Community Hospital 1761 Beall Ave., Wooster Thursday, December 6 – 2:00 p.m. Brenn-Field Nursing Center 1980 Lynn Dr., Orrville

location by Dec. 3. For more information call 330-893-3115. The church is located at 5382 County Road 201, and the bus company is located at 7572 State Route 241.

Come on a Journey to Bethlehem Experience the journey of the Three Wise Men as they travel to Bethlehem to find the Christ Child. This event is being recreated Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 4-8 p.m., in Walnut Creek with the third annual Journey to Bethlehem. First of eight stops is at Walnut Hills Retirement Home. Register (by 7:30 p.m.) and receive a map

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season), the Coshocton Youth Chorale (in its 11th season), and the Roscoe Brass Ensemble. The Coshocton Community Choir has performed throughout the state and returned recently to perform at Lakeside. “Those who come to one of our concerts for the first time — especially those who come from a metropolitan area — often voice their surprise when they see and hear 200 musicians from our area unite to offer their gifts of music,” said Snyder. “Many local encouragers tell us that their Christmas celebration begins with this concert. We invite you to share the joy of the season with us on Dec. 2.” Tickets for the Your Light Has Come Festival Concert are $10 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets are available at the door or online at www. CoshoctonCommunity-

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odist Church’s Asbury Handbell Choir, conducted by Leslie Dawson, will be our special guests and will ring Kevin McChesney’s exciting arrangement of the French Carol, ‘Sing We Now of Christmas,’” Snyder said. “And the Roscoe Brass Quintet will play a jazz setting of the English carol, ‘God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen’.” Inspired by the light theme, the Community Choir will end that section of the concert with Harry Simeone’s arrangement of the Christmas favorite, “Do You Hear What I Hear?” The audience will be invited to join the choirs in singing several carols, including “Hark! the Herald Angels Sing” and “Angels, From the Realms of Glory.” The concert features the 100-voice adult choir (now in its 42nd season), the Coshocton Children’s Choir (now in its 26th

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“The contemporary ‘Mary, Did You Know?’ will be heard in a fresh setting by Fred Bock,” said Snyder, “and I know the audience will enjoy two Christmas spirituals: Jester Hairston’s arrangement of ‘Wonderful Counselor,’ and the Children’s Choir’s new arrangement of ‘Go Tell It on the Mountain’ by Mark Patterson.” The Community Choir and the Youth Chorale will sing several carols in the round — out in the audience. While the audience might not be able to see everything that happens in that section, they will certainly hear the music coming from all directions. Carols in the round will include the madrigal-like “Come to the Manger,” a Korean lullaby, and a carol from the West Indies, “The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy.” “Grace United Meth-

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always helpful, and his years singing with the Community Choir has given him a unique perspective as he helps wed text to the music we’re preparing,” said Snyder. Zagray shares in this year’s text, “The Christmas lights may go out, but the Light of Christ can still shine — in us and in others like us who allow the love of God to touch us in the depths of our beings, so that we reach out to those who need a healing touch and helpful assistance along their way through life. We must brighten the corner where we are.” The Your Light Has Come Christmas concert music is eclectic this year offering something for everyone. Choral enthusiasts will appreciate the Paladilhe “Benedictus,” Sweelinck’s “Born Today,” and the Gretchaninov “Nunc Dimittis.”


“Your Light Has Come” is the theme of the Coshocton Community Choir’s Festival Christmas Concert on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. More than 200 musicians from throughout central Ohio will weave together the Christmas Story at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium. Musical selections during the 90-minute concert span the centuries as the choirs, under the direction of Charles R. Snyder, perform a mix of sacred and secular choral music. “Each year we try to see Christmas through a different lens,” said Snyder. “That not only helps keep the concert fresh, but a theme also suggests new music as well as music we haven’t programmed in several years. Light and darkness is a reoccurring theme in scripture, and the contrast between the November darkness and the lights of Christmas is an obvious illustration of that reality. Our artist friend Tom Kulewicz has beautifully captured that in the logo he’s designed for this year’s Christmas concerts.” Dr. Allan H. Zagray, retired pastor of Grace United Methodist Church, has again chosen and written the script for the concert story. “His theological insights are

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Boomers connect with technology at rapid pace (BPT) — Even though they’re still common, jokes about clueless baby boomers calling their kids to figure out how to use technology are starting to feel outdated. While today’s youngest generations are practically born with tablets, smartphones and laptops in their hands, grandparents are also adopting technology at a startling pace. Boomers’ enthusiasm to consume new technology is growing and changing as fast as the field of new products available. In fact, a 2012 Forrester Research technology survey found 78 percent are online, and of those, 54 percent own laptops. Tablet use among boomers is growing too; 11 percent already own one and another 15 percent plan on buying one soon. While the boomers’ generational trait of progressiveness helps to explain this tech rush, more practical reasons demystify

it as well. Many among the generation are at the peak of their earning power, with more money to spend on technology than other age groups. A 2012 survey by Nielsen showed that within five years, approximately 50 percent of the U.S. population will be 50 or older, and they’ll control 70 percent of disposable income. For this generation, a forward-thinking mindset has always been a common trait, so crossing the digital divide was bound to happen. Despite their proven purchasing power, many advertisers are leaving these consumers in the lurch. Although boomers account for 49 percent of total sales of consumer packaged goods, Nielsen estimates that less than 5 percent of advertising dollars are targeted toward adults ages 35 to 64. Overcoming the learning curve as well as the

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Jan. 21 — Millersburg Christian Church, 189 N. Clay St., Millersburg, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Jan. 22 — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2691 County Road 144, Walnut Creek, 2-7 p.m. Jan. 24 — United Dayspring Mennonite Church, 5641 Township Road 362, Millersburg,

1-7 p.m. Jan. 28 — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Jan. 30 — Buckhorn VFW Post 7079, 185 W. Front St., Killbuck, noon5 p.m. Feb. 2 — Holmesville Church of Christ, 204 W. Main St., Holmesville, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

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Nov. 29 (today) — United Dayspring Mennonite Church, 5641 Township Road 362, Millersburg, 1-7 p.m. Dec. 3 — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Dec. 8 — Holmesville Church of Christ, 204 W. Main St., Holmesville, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Hearing set on U.S. Route 62 widening The Ohio Department of Transportation District 11 will hold a public meeting Dec. 11, 5-7 p.m., at Berlin Elementary School, 4978 W. Main St., Berlin, to discuss the proposed widening of U.S. Route 62 from just east of the state Route 39 intersection to Somerset Drive to provide a center twoway, left-turn lane.

Work will include dedicated left-turn lanes at the routes 62 and 39 and Route 62 and Market Street intersections, new curb and gutters, curb ramps, sidewalks, traffic signal replacements and storm drainage. The meeting will be conducted in an open house format with no formal presentation made. The public is invited to view

exhibits, discuss the project with representatives from ODOT and provide feedback on the proposed improvements. Comment forms will be available or they can be mailed at a later time to Adrienne Slanina, P.E., ODOT District 11, 2201 Reiser Ave. SE, New Philadelphia 44663. Comments must be submitted by Jan. 11.

Immunization clinics The Holmes County Health Department will offer children’s immunization on the following dates and locations in December: — Holmes County Health Department, 931 Wooster Road, Millersburg, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4:30 p.m. (Health Clinic only,

closed first and third Wednesday afternoons of each month. All others are open.) — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Walnut Creek, Tuesday, Dec. 11, 8:3011:30 a.m. — St. John’s Lutheran Church, 8084 State

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Obituaries Mary Jane Croskey, 70 Mary J a n e Croskey, 70, of Millersburg, passed a w a y S a t u r d a y, Nov. 24, 2012, at Walnut Hills Retirement Home, Walnut Creek, following a brief illness. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with Rev. Burnetta Armour officiating. There will also be a memorial service at that time as well for her daughter, Veronica Sue Croskey. Burial will take place at Killbuck Cemetery, Killbuck. Friends may call two hours prior to the services on Saturday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions can be made to the Clark Community Presbyterian Church, Mission Fund, c/o Jo Fox

Eli Yoder, 80

at 1817 State Route 83, Unit 301, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. She was born Dec. 6, 1941, in Millersburg and was the daughter of Glenn W. and Catherine L. (Walter) Elliott. On Nov. 6, 1956, she married Arlie Croskey and he preceded her in death on June 6, 1994. Mary Jane retired from West Holmes High School as secretary and book keeper. She was a member of the Clark Community Presbyterian Church. Surviving are a daughter, Virginia Ann “Ginny” Croskey of Falls Church, Va.; a brother, Richard Elliott of Boardman; a sister, Catherine Sheeley of the Holmes County Home; brothers-in-law Don (Karelene) Croskey of Killbuck, Jim (Joyce) Croskey of Millersburg, and Bruce (Cynthia) Croskey of Millersburg, and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband and daughter, V. Sue Croskey.

Eli A. Yoder, 80, of Mount Hope, went home to his Lord on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, at his home after a four-month illness. He was born in Wayne County on Dec. 27, 1931, to the late Adam E. and Lydiann D. (Kaufman) Yoder and married Effie Miller on April 17, 1952. She died Jan. 19, 2003. On Aug. 12, 2006, he married Lydia Schlabach. She survives. He retired from the woodworking industry and was a member of the New Order Fellowship Church. Surviving in addition to his second wife, are daughters, Esta (Mahlon) Gingerich and Ellen (Jerry) Kline, both of Millersburg; sons, Robert (Marie) Yoder of Martinsburg, Ed (Joyce) Yoder of Millersburg, Steve (Marilyn) Yoder of Bloomfield, Mo., and Matthew (Martha) Yoder of

Andrew Miller, 87

Lyndonville, N.Y.; 33 grandchildren; 35 greatgrandchildren; sisters, Fannie (Isaac) Keim of Apple Creek and Arie (Aden) Raber of Winesburg; and a brother, Adam Yoder Jr. of Mount Hope. In addition to his first wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Mary, Melinda, Edna, Katie, Anna and Sarah; brothers, Dan, Harry and Roman; a daughter-in-law, Anna (Kline) Yoder; and grandchildren, Jenalee and Travis. Funeral services were Friday, Nov. 23 at the Dan Troyer residence, 8110 Township Road 652, Millersburg, with Bishop Eli Shetler officiating. Burial was in the Hershberger Cemetery, Paint Township, Holmes County. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements.

Andrew D. Miller, 87, of 32303 Township Road 272, Fresno, died Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, at his residence. He was born June 7, 1925, in Holmes County to the late David J. and Ada E. (Miller) Miller. He owned and operated a buggy shop and was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Annie M. Hochstetler whom he married Feb. 11, 1947; his children Drusilla (Eli) Coblentz of Wilmot, Monroe (Iva) Miller and Owen (Mary) Miller both of Fresno, David (Edith) Miller of Clare, Mich., Jr. (Edna) Miller and Betty (Ervin) Miller both of Sugarcreek, Robert (Mary Ellen) Miller of Fresno, John (Linda) Miller of Sugarcreek, Ruth Ann (Henry) Barkman of Fresno, Marty (Esther) Miller and Leroy (Laura) Miller both of Montana,

and Naomi (Eli) Yoder of the home; his daughter-inlaw Ellen (Melvin) Nisley of Fresno; 68 grandchildren; 58 great-grandchildren; four step grandchildren; 22 step great-grandchildren; 17 step greatgreat-grandchildren and his sister Fannie Miller of Fredericksburg. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his son Ivan Miller; his daughter-in-law Sara Miller; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; five brothers, Joe, Davy, Emanuel, Monroe and Aden, and three sisters, Anna, Ada and Esther. Services were held on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012, at the Miller residence with Bishop Junior M.C. Yoder officiating. Burial was in Raber Cemetery in Crawford Township, Coshocton County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek.

Firmen Kaufman, 65

Firmen N. Kaufman, 65, 7587 Winklepleck Road, NW, Dundee, died unexpectedly Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, at Union Hospital Veronica Croskey, 51 in Dover. VeroniHe was born Sept. 21, ley Health Care Center ca “Sue” in Canton following an 1947, to the late Nelson C r o s A. and Mary A. (Troyer) extended illness. key, 51, Memorial services will Kaufman and married of Millbe held 1 p.m. Saturday, Louella Borntrager on ersburg, Dec. 1, 2012, at Alex- Oct. 2, 1969. She surpassed ander Funeral Home, vives. a w a y He worked at Stoney Millersburg, with Rev. Thursday, Burnetta Armour offici- Point Supply in SugarOct. 25, 2012 at McKin- ating. creek and was a member

of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Lorene (Norman) Mast of Millersburg, Jonas Kaufman of Dundee, Marcus (Marilyn) Kaufman, Leah (Wayne) Miller and Carole (Norman) Schlabach, all of Dundee, Freida (David) Swartzentruber of Navarre, Allen (Tina) Kaufman of Beach City, Lovina (Daniel) Miller of Sugarcreek and Firmen Jr. (Mar-

neta) Kaufman of the home; 41 grandchildren; brothers, Atlee (Ella) Kaufman of Millersburg, Mervin (Holly) Kaufman of Dover, Marvin (Sharon) Kaufman and Ernest (Mary) Kaufman, both of Sarasota, Fla., and Nelson Jr. (Arie) Kaufman of Sugarcreek; and sisters, Miriam (Atlee) Miller of Sugarcreek, Irene (Alvin) Miller and Lovina (Ken) Yoder, both of Sarasota, Fla. In addition to his par-

ents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Allen Kaufman; and a grandson, Andrew Miller. Services were Saturday, Nov. 24 at the residence, with Bishop Dennis J. Miller officiating. Burial was in the MillerBurkholder Cemetery in Wayne Township, Tuscarawas County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

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Obituaries John Miller, 86 John D. Miller, 86, 4152 County Road 160, Millersburg, died Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, at his home after a period of declining health. He was born near Walnut Creek on Nov. 5, 1926, to the late Dan N. and Lizzie (Miller) Miller and married Anna A. Yoder on Nov. 8, 1951. She died Aug. 25, 1986. He then married Effie E. Raber on June 8, 1995. She survives. He was a retired blacksmith and a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his second wife, are children Aden (Amanda) Miller of the home, Esther (Andy J.) Miller of Fredericksburg, Adam (Katie) Miller and John Jr. (Esther)

Eli Miller, 89

Miller, both of Millersburg; 30 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; and sisters Katie (Orie) Miller of Brinkhaven, Esther Hershberger, Clara Miller and Amanda (Henry P.) Troyer, all of Dundee. In addition to his first wife and parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Mattie; a brother, Sonny; and an infant brother. Funeral services were Thursday, Nov. 22 at the family home, with Bishop Raymond A. Hershberger officiating. Burial was in Stutzman Cemetery, Saltcreek To w n s h i p, Holmes County. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements.

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Eli B. Miller, 89, 5803 County Road 19, Millersburg, died Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012, at his residence. He was born May 24, 1923, in Holmes County to the late Benjamin A. and Sarah (Miller) Miller, and was a retired cabinet maker. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving are his wife, Mattie L. (Raber) Miller, whom he married Dec. 3, 1944; sons and daughters, Levi (Clara) Miller of Shreve, Henry (Iva) Miller of the home, Noah (Ada) Miller and Melvin (Barbara) Miller, both of Millersburg, Elizabeth and Fannie Miller, both of the home, Sarah Ann (Roman) Yoder of Big Prairie, Amanda Erb (Lester, deceased)

Willard Miller, 68

of Millersburg, Esther (John) Miller of Fresno; 40 grandchildren; 106 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; 28 step-grandchildren; many step-greatgrandchildren; and a brother, Abe B. (Anna) Miller of Millersburg. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant son; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; three sons-in-law; two brothers; and a sister. Services were held Friday, Nov. 23 at the residence, with Bishop Henry Stutzman officiating. Burial was in the Stutzman Cemetery, Mechanic Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.

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Willard J. Miller, 68, West Salem, passed away Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, at Shady L a w n Health C a r e Community in Dalton, after a period of declining health. He was born near Berlin on May 29, 1944, to the late Joe D. and Katie Ann (Beachy) Miller and married Miriam M. Yutzy on March 15, 1985. She survives. He was a retired salesman and a member of Anchor of Hope Mennonite Church. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and racing homing pigeons. Surviving in addition to his wife are sons Kim, Ken and Kyl Miller, all of the home; his twin sister, Wilma (Pete) Weaver of Sara-

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Obituaries Chester Hamilton, 89 Chester Tim Hamilton, 89, of Wooster, passed away Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, at Majora Lane Nursing Home in Millersburg. He was born Feb. 19, 1923, in Akron, the son of Edward and Helen Boyles Hamilton, and married Donna J. Worst on Aug. 10, 1944. She died Oct. 11, 2012. He retired from the safety division of United Telephone in 1983, after 30 years. He was a member of Akron Road First Church of God, American Legion, was a very active member of International Order of Odd Fellows and was a co-founder of the Wayne County REACT group. Tim loved fishing, woodworking, spending time at Tappan Lake and traveling to Canada. He served his country with the U.S. Army Air Corps. Surviving are children, Ron Hamilton of Shreve, Cheryl (David) Saylor of

Miriam Powell, 80 Miriam (Stauffer) Powell, 80, of Millersburg, passed away Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012, at Sycamore Run Nursing Home, Millersburg. She was born Feb. 13, 1932, in Killbuck, the daughter of Neven P. and Dorothy (Beachler) Stauffer. She was a graduate of Millersburg High School, attended Ohio Weslyan University and graduated from Bolton School of Nursing and Western Reserve College. On July 7, 1956, she married William A. Powell. He preceded her in death Jan. 7, 2006. Miriam was active as a volunteer with Pomerene Auxiliary and the Red Cross. She was an active member of Millersburg United Methodist Church. Along with her husband, she was an avid traveler and had worked on numerous mission projects with Nomads On a Mission Active in Divine Service. Surviving are a son, Robert A. (Vickie) Powell of Charleston, W.Va.; daughters, Perri L. (Edgar) Coltrane of Archdale, N.C., and Laura P. (Thomas) Abraham of Millersburg; a daughter-in-law, Barbara Toto Powell of

Blaine Allum, 87

Dover and Roger (Kim Justice) Hamilton of Shreve; grandchildren, Mitch and Mallory Hamilton, Tim and Bethany Saylor. In addition to his wife, Tim was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers, Edward, Robert and William Hamilton. Friends will be received Wednesday, Nov. 28 from 6-8 p.m. at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster. Services are today (Thursday, Nov. 29) at 1 p.m. at the funeral home, with the Rev. Arnie Kauffman officiating. Interment will be in Sherwood Memorial Gardens, Wooster. Those who wish may make contributions to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Blaine Edwin Allum, 87, Rices Landing, Pa., formerly of Wooster and West Finley, Pa., passed a w a y peacefully Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012, with his family at his side after a long and courageous battle with cancer. He was born Feb. 22, 1925, the son of the late Fred and Josephine Allum, and was a high school graduate. He was a veteran of World War II, having served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Elden. In October 1950, he married Jewell, who died in 1976. Together they had four children, Dianna, Ruthie, Carol and Paul Allum, who died in 1996. In 1982, he married Anne. She survives. While living in Ohio, Blaine worked for the East Ohio Gas Co. for 32 years and held the position of supervisor. After retiring from the gas company, he returned to West Finley, Pa., where he was owner/opera-

tor of Allum’s Grocery Store for 10 years. He then left West Finley and took up residence in Rices Landing (Dry Tavern). Mr. Allum was a Baptist by faith, and was a Free and Accepted Mason. He was a member of the American Legion of Claysville. In his pastime he enjoyed playing cards and golfing. Surviving in addition to his wife, Anne, are daughters Dianna (James) Bowersock of West Salem, Ruthie Ralston of Millersburg and Carol (Tim) Huxley of Medina; a daughter-in-law, Cathy Allum; stepchildren Ellen Krokenberger of Youngstown, John Gutosky (Paula), Coal of Center, Pa., William (Dianna) Gutosky of Michigan; and a sister, Patty (Steve) Richey of Canton; nine grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. In addition to his first wife, Jewell, he was preceded in death by a son, Paul and a sister, Veda Miller. Services were private. Arrangements were handled by the Frank Burkus Funeral Home, 26 Mill St., Millisboro, Pa., 15348.

Katie Stutzman Katie Stutzman, 72, of of Dalton, Dan Stutzman Holmesville, went home of Solon, Donna Stutzman to be with of Holmesville and John the Lord (Regina) Stutzman of Polk; unexpectgrandchildren, Hannah, edly on Riley, Morgan Emily and Saturday, Carlie; sisters, Ida (NelNov. 24, son) Yoder of Beach City, 2012 in Betty (Russell) Thomas the emerof Orrville and Barbara Maryland; grandchildren, g e n c y (Tom) Hill of Apple Creek. Taylor (Lindsay) Powell, room of In addition to her parents, Alex (Stacey) Powell, Wo o s t e r she was preceded in death Lydia (Jonathyn) Hol- Community Hospital. by a sister, Mary Raber; land, Amanda, Bethany, She was born in Wayne and a brother, Levi Chupp. Parker, Natalie and Jason County on July 25, 1940, to Funeral services were Abraham; and great- the late Elmer and Mattie held on Wednesday, Nov. grandchildren, Grayson, (Schlabach) Chupp and 28 at Berlin Christian Sullivan, Gabryal and one married Ezra N. Stutzman Fellowship, 5382 County expected in February. on Oct. 25, 1964. He sur- Road 201, Berlin, with She was preceded in vives. She retired as a Pastor David Stutzman death by a son, William school bus driver for officiating.  Burial was in Neven Powell; a sister, Southeast Local Schools the Longenecker MenPeggy Estill; and a broth- and was a member of Ber- nonite Church Cemetery er, Richard Stauffer. lin Christian Fellowship. near Winesburg.  Memorial services were In addition to her husSpidell Funeral Home Friday, Nov. 23 at Millers- band, she is survived by in Mount Eaton handled burg United Methodist children, Karen Sullivan the arrangements. Church, with pastor Tom Jones officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family. To get your Church News published weekly, The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Alzheimer’s Call: 1-800-686-2958 x1639 Association; American Fax: 330-264-3756 Red Cross; or Millersburg United Methodist Church. E-mail:

C. Rader Summers, 87 C. Rader Summers, 87, Fredericksburg, died Sunday evening, Nov. 25, 2012, at Sycamore Run Nursing Center in Millersburg, after a lengthy illness. Rader was born May 25, 1 9 2 5 , in Clay County, W.Va., the son of the late William and Lula (James) Summers, and married Donna Walker on Nov. 23, 1948. She survives. He served in the U.S. Army during W.W. II from 1943-46, having served in the European African Middle Eastern Theatre and retired following 38 years of services from the Timken Co. Rader was a member of Fredericksburg American Legion Post 651, Killbuck VFW Post 7079 and Killbuck Valley Sportsman’s Club. He had made his home in Fredericksburg since 1948 and enjoyed hunting, fishing and gardening. Surviving in addition

Amanda Millard, 87 Amanda N. Millard, 87, Millersburg, formerly of Wayne County, passed away Sunday morning, Nov. 25, 2012, at Sycamore Run Nursing Home, Millersburg. A family gathering will be today (Thursday, Nov. 29) at 2:30 p.m. at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with Kyle Swartz officiating. Burial will be in Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman. There will be no calling hours. She was born March 11, 1925, in Burbank, the daughter of Austin A. and Grace P. (Repp) Swartz, and married Charlie L.

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to his wife, Donna, are children Keith Summers of Okayama-ken, Japan, Richard (Linda) Summers and Kenneth (Doris) Summers, both of Fredericksburg, and Connie (Dennis) Snell of Lakeville; grandsons Michael, Jeremy and John Summers, Nathan and Corey Young; a granddaughter, Kerry Miller; great-granddaughters Ashtyn, Sophie and Kenadie Summers; and brothers Neel (Elsie) Summers of Wooster and Lewis (Linda) Summers of North Carolina. He was preceded in death by a brother, Curwood Summers. Services will be Friday, Nov. 30 at 11 a.m. at Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg with Kent Adams officiating. Burial will be in Fredericksburg East Cemetery, with military honors. Friends may call today (Thursday, Nov. 29) from 5-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Tributes may be shared at Memorials may be made to Sycamore Run Nursing Center, 6180 State Route 83, Millersburg 44654.

Millard on Jan. 3, 1945. He preceded her in death on Aug. 15, 2006. Amanda was a homemaker and had worked for the Wooster NAPA Store. Surviving are a daughter, Sandra (Larry) Hawkins of Arizona; two grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; a great-great grandchild; and brothers Blake (Florence) Swartz of Wooster and Kyle (Julia) Swartz of Dalton. She was preceded in death by a son, Roland Millard; a sister, Maude Swartz Esselburn; and brothers Elno H., Warren, and Lyle A. Swartz.

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Plenty of blowouts on the horizon for Lady Knights The first two girls basketball games I went to this season were blowouts, and not much fun to cover. Friday night’s season opener between Smithville and East Knox wasn’t even fun for the Smithville crowd that watched the Smithies smother the Bulldogs. West Holmes’ game against Tri-Valley wasn’t much more fun to endure on Saturday. Sadly, with all the talent West Holmes brings to the floor this season, I’m afraid there are going to be a lot of games similar to Saturday’s thrashing of Tri-Valley. The Lady Knights are one of those teams that seems to have it all: size, depth, shooters, ball handlers and girls who love to play defense. Laina Snyder is a junior 6-footer who has guard skills in a post player’s body. She is truly fun to watch, but a nightmare for opponents. Emily Molnar and Rachelle Morrison are a pair of point guards who often are on the court at the same time, giving the Knights a pair of people who can get the offense into motion. Paiten Strother is a record-setting threat from beyond the arc and Justice Wright is another scoring threat who also brings defensive intensity

to the floor. West Holmes also has something it hasn’t had in coach Lisa Patterson’s tenure, and that is a huge senior class. There are six seniors on the squad this year, Wright and Morrison included. Other seniors include post players Mallori Vess and Natalie Abraham and guards Maria Straits and Jordan Snow. Vess was one of the top offensive rebounders for the girls last year when West Holmes went to the state title game, and she was deadly scoring from around the bucket. Abraham had a huge game against Tri-Valley in the opener, scoring eight points and grabbing a couple rebounds. You could see her confidence grow each trip down the floor. What a bonus it would be for the Knights if she could produce like that every night out. There are a slew of talented youngsters on the squad as well, making it hard for the all of them to get playing time. But when the games are as one-sided as the openingnight win was, it makes it easy for all of the players to get onto the court. Freshman Hannah Clark scored on a reverse layup in the final minutes of the Tri-Valley win, the first of many buckets she is sure to score in her career. I saw shades of her mother (Julie Martin) as she moved up and down the floor. It’s hard to believe I’ve been doing this job long enough to see kids of kids I covered 20 years ago. Time sure flies when you’re having fun.

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The West Holmes Lady Knights are hoping for a successful season and long tournament run. The 2012-13 Knights consist of (front, from left) ball girl Regan Wilcox, Rachelle Morrison, Justice Wright, Mallori Vess, Natalie Abraham, Maria Straits, Jordan Snow, ball girl Taylor Miller; (back) assistant coaches Megan Abbey, Mike Molnar, Alex Brown, Alex Starr, Hannah Clark, Laina Snyder, Brittleigh Macaulay, Paiten Strother, Emily Molnar, head coach Lisa Patterson and Marlyce Yoder.

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By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer The Knights have 10 players back from last year’s team that finished 24-4, falling to Hathaway Brown in the state championship game. The team returns a year older, wiser, stronger and hungrier. “Our team was tried and tested last year,” said seventh-year head coach of the Knights Lisa Patterson. “We hope those experiences can create an atmosphere of desire and challenge. We snuck up on a lot of teams last year. We weren’t state ranked. We really didn’t have anything to lose. We were just out there to play. “These kids compete every day… every day,” the coach continued. “I never have to remind them what it’s all about. West Holmes will have six seniors this year, three of whom have been playing varsity minutes for the past three years. Senior Rachelle Morrison shares the point guard duties with junior Emily Molnar. Morrison came on

strong at the end of last season, nailing one big shot after another to help the Knights advance as far as they did. She averaged nearly nine points per game and led the team with 69 assists, two more than Molnar, who chipped in five points and three rebounds per game. Senior Justice Wright is another marksman who provides plenty of offensive pop off the bench to go with some tough, in-your-face defense. Wright was sixth on the team in scoring with 121 points last season, and was tied for second on the team with 55 steals. Another senior, post Mallori Vess started on the post and knows how to clean up and finish around the basket. She averaged almost five points and four rebounds per game last year. Vess was a nice inside counter attack to first team All-Ohioan Laina Snyder. The versatile 6-foot junior comes off a campaign in which she scored 14.9 points and grabbed 10.6 rebounds per game. “Our strength is our inside and

outside presence,” Patterson said. “When you have an inside and an outside presence, you’re not one dimensional.” With Vess and Snyder doing the work inside, a bevy of guards provide plenty of options outside, including record-setting 3-point marksman Paiten Strother. The junior sharpshooter eclipsed Christa Wells’ 3-point record by drilling 57 triples on the year. Maria Straits and Natalie Abraham have been valuable extras who have made their mark at the end of games, cleaning up lopsided wins. Straits is an excellent shooter and Abraham is a powerful force inside. “Those kids help you get better every day in practice,” Patterson said. “When they get minutes in the game, that’s an added bonus. They’ve put in a lot of time, and a lot of hard work. Kids like them who stick around in your program even as role players are the type


Same expectations on the hardwoods for Hiland girls By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Expectations around the Hiland basketball team never vary, even when the team is in transition. Coming off a season in which the Hawks reached the state championship game after struggling through a seven-game losing skid midway through the year, veteran coach Dave Schlabach expects big things from his troops. But when you consider Hiland graduated its leading

scorer and top four rebounders, one might wonder what has the coach looking so forward to the upcoming season. “We learned a lot last year. It reminds you that anything can happen at the end of the year,” Schlabach said. “It’s why you keep working. It’s the first time we ever had a year like that, but it’s good to know that if things don’t go well early, if you stay committed and keep working, you’ve got a chance to do some things at the end of the year.”

Hiland finished last season 19-9, falling in the state championship game. “The way we finished last year allows me to say our schedule helped us,” Schlabach said. “Had we not finished like that… Our kids were pretty much taken to the brink, confidence-wise. When you continually get beat seven games in a row, it’s hard to say, ‘Hey, we’re doing all the right things. Keep working. It will pay off.’ At least it worked last year.” Playing another brutal sched-

ule where his troops will be tested almost every time they take the floor, the Hawks will either have to produce or be pummeled into submission. “Last year was the best schedule we ever had,” Schlabach said. “You take that schedule and figure in the fact that West Holmes is probably better than they were; Garaway has everybody back. The best teams we played last year are better, teams like Wadsworth, Div. I state champion Twinsburg, who has the longest winning streak

in the state of Ohio going right now and the best point guard in the state in Purdue-bound Ashley Morrisette, then you add in Div. I Tri-Valley. It’s an interesting schedule. The way we start out this year has kept us really focussed in the preseason.” The Hawks opened on the road Friday, Nov. 23, at Twinsburg, andf fell to the two-time defending state champions in 49-45 overtime. A trio of seniors will provide See Pg. 25 — HILAND GIRLS

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Good mix of youth, experience on the mats for West Holmes By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Coming off an exciting season that saw several of the top wrestlers graduate would leave most coaches contemplating a career change. West Holmes had three state placers last year and finished 14th overall as a team. For veteran West Holmes coach Jeff Woods, he sees the influx of good, young wrestlers coming into the program as reason to look forward. Plus, having one of those state placers to build around is always a good place to start. Senior Max Rohskopf is coming off a thirdplace finish last year at 138 pounds. He will be heading to North Carolina State on a wrestling scholarship next year. “Max is set to have a good season,” Woods said. Heavyweight Tyler Singleton has enjoyed an outstanding season on the football field, and the coach hopes that carries over on the mat. The Knights are pretty

solid through all weight classes with a mixture of youth and experience. “We’ve got some guys in the wings who have been in and out of the varsity lineup, like Lane Darr, Grayson Miller, Zeb Fry and Jack Shearer,” Woods said. “We’ve got some guys there with experience, so the cupboard’s not completely empty. “Then we’ve got another group of sophomores that are very inexperienced but are decent athletes. Then we’ve got our freshman class coming in that had an awesome eighth-grade year, winning the state duals. We will probably see four, five freshmen in the lineup this year.” Some of the freshmen expected to break into the lineup include Woods’ son Cole. “I tend to be over-critical of my son,” Woods said. “I hope he enjoys his experience.” Other newcomers include Josiah Allison, Damon Harris, Jed Hendershott, Michael Kahuba and Mitch Tyson.

Weight certification has the Knights’ coach concerned. “Usually you have a week or two for weight certification so you can get guys down to weight,” Woods said. “This year, we’re going to be walking guys out of football practice to get their weight. We’ll be stuck with whatever the kids weigh, that’s what they’re going to be wrestling.” The veteran coach is going to have to be patient as the seasons overlap. “This is going to be one of those years where we get better every week,” Woods said. “I’m hoping football goes all the way to the state finals. To me, all that matters is sectionals, district state anyhow. I couldn’t tell you what my record is. After 23 years, I forget things. It’s all about state placers and state qualifiers, anyhow. It’s going to set us back, but it’s not going to kill us. “Hopefully, we can start peaking at the right time,” Woods added.

“These guys aren’t going to get much of a break going from one sport to another. I might have to take that into consideration on some of the practices.”

Lady Hawks fall in OT at Twinsburg Visiting Hiland was outscored 14-0 down the stretch in regulation and into the overtime session, falling in 49-45 to the twotime reigning Div. I champion Tigers on their home court this past Friday in the season opener for both squards. Jasmine Goings and Regina Hochstetler paced the Hawks with nine points apiece. Meagan Beachy chipped in seven for the Hawks, who led 35-29 after three quarters of play, but couldn’t deliver the knockout punch against the champs.

Hiland girls (Continued From Page 24) leadership for the Hawks. Jasmine Goings came on strong on the post last year while Kendra Schlabach became a player who looked for the big shot. Natalie Nickol is another senior post player who has started to play up to her potential. She recently accepted a scholarship offer to play at Ursuline College. “I always thought Kendra was a really good player,” Schlabach said. “I feel like, now she’s playing that way. In the last couple of weeks she’s becoming the type of player I thought she could be, a leader, looking to score. “All three seniors had a really good summer,” he added. “Then we’ve got kids like Emily Yoder, Regina Hochstetler, Jenica Schrock, who aren’t young anymore. These kids have been playing for us for a while, that third year coming in now, there’s an experience factor we struggled with last year.” Hiland will attack teams differently this season. “We started out last year thinking McKenzie (Miller) had to get us 20 in order for us to win games,” Schlabach said. ‘When she struggled a little bit, we struggled. I’m not sure where all the points are going to come from, but we’ve got a few people who

can shoot. We’re definitely going to be a ‘by committee’ type team. We won’t have any one kid get us 20.” While the coach is looking for someone to produce offensively, he will also be looking for someone to crash the boards. “I lost my top four rebounders from last year. McKenzie led us in rebounding, and then right behind her was Megan Hall, Regan Miller and Bria Coil,” Schlabach said. “Even though some of those kids didn’t score a lot, they were by far our best rebounders. I think we only lost one rebounding game all season. They did what they did best, which was defend and rebound. And McKenzie led us in charges taken the last two years. “All those kids gave us something that we’re kind of missing right now,” the coach continued. “This is by far the smallest team I’ve ever coached.” Nickol and Goings at 5-foot-10, are the big post players for the Hawks. Defensive pressure and depth are two ways Hiland will combat its lack of size. “The easy answer is to go out and press and play 12 kids a quarter and have them run around like a bunch of wild Indians,” Schlabach said. “We want to create tempo. We want to have a scheme that gives the appearance of discipline and

West Holmes senior Mallori Vess lets a jumper fly over a quartet of Tri-Valley defenders during the openingnight romp over the Lady Dawgs. Vess was one of nine players to score for the Knights in their 58-22 thumping of Tri-Valley.

a coordinated effort, but we will definitely try to increase the pace of the game, even more so than the past two years.” There will be new faces on the Hiland bench as long-time assistant Rob Moser is taking a break from coaching, and Krista Beechy has moved on to join the coaching staff at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. “My problem is, I keep hiring too good of people,” Schlabach said. ‘Which is good. We want quality people. But lots of times, those people also get opportunities to do other things, and we try to help them do that. We have some new faces. Nick McMillan is my assistant, and he does a good job. He’s an intense guy. People might remember him from TCC. He played there. He’s also the vice-president of First Federal Bank (in Berlin). Christa (Wells) Miller is taking over the JV team. “She’s a good basketball mind. It’s nice to have a female on staff,” Schlabach added. “She’s been a pleasant surprise.” The coach is pleased with the direction the program is going. He is always looking ahead. “We’re at 20, which is probably the most we’ve had in seven, eight years,” Schlabach said. “We’ve got a good-sized sophomore class.”

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Final Four run The biggest thing the Knights need to work on that make your team bet- this season is taking care ter.” of the basketball. A pair of solid sopho“Last year we turned mores who will also be the ball over way too vying for playing time much,” Patterson said. are Alex Brown and Alex “Hopefully that probStarr, plus an influx of lem is remedied this year another strong freshman with the experience we class have West Holmes gained.” loaded and eager for West Holmes coughed action. Freshmen Brittle- the ball up 450 times but igh Macaulay and Han- also forced their opponah Clark will also be nents into 526 turnovers. looking for time on the Goals the team has set court. forth for this year are to Patterson says the team win the Ohio Cardinal has the right mental atti- Conference and to win tude about who is playing. their last game. The girls know what they The Knights went 13-1 need to do when they are in the conference last on the floor. season, falling only to “I think their unselfish- Wooster. ness will allow for the “Orrville is probably flow of the game,” she the top opponent in the said. “There’s not one kid OCC. Wooster will be out here that won’t give competitive. They lost a the ball up when they lot of seniors,” Patterson should.” said. (Continued From Page 24)

SPORTS FANS! When you think of great running backs, Steven Jackson of St. Louis probably doesn’t jump to mind. But perhaps he would if he played for a better team. Jackson came into the league in 2004, but his Rams have posted the lowest winning percentage ever (.292) for backs who have gained at least 5,000 yards rushing and 7,500 yards from scrimmage. He topped 1,000 yards rushing in seven straight seasons from 2005 through 2011, yet he entered 2012 playing for his sixth different head coach. By the way, the oldest running back to lead the NFL in rushing was Curtis Martin - 1,697 yards in 2004 at age 31. Offensive explosions were bigger and louder than ever through at least the first half of the 2012 college football season. Take the first Saturday in October, when 11 teams - that’s about 10 percent of all Division I Schools - scored at least 50 points. It was the second highest scoring weekend since 1937, with an average of 61 combined points scored in all 52 games among Division I schools that weekend. In 2002, an English man named Mick Tunnicliffe made an unusual wager. He had so much confidence in his son Ryan’s soccer playing ability - Ryan was nine years old at the time - that Tunnicliffe bet 100 Pounds with preposterously long odds that Ryan would one day play for Manchester United. A British bookmaker named William Hill took the bet. Sure enough, on September 26, 2012, Ryan took the field as a Man U midfielder, and father Mick collected the equivalent of more than $16,000 from Hill

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The Holmes County Shopper News

The Holmes County Shopper News


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County Kidney Fund. Additional thanks to LEGAL the Killbuck VFW for the meal, also the The Washington Township veterans that provided a military salute Trustees will hold a public during the service, The Alexander Fuhearing on the proposed neral Home, and everyone that sent cards, blessings and prayers. Budget for the year ending We Thank You! December 31, 2013. Such Wanda Arnold & Family hearing will be held on the 29th day of December, 2012, 1:00 p.m. at the WASHING- 55 Notices TON Township Meeting Room. Nancy J. Flinner Township Fiscal Officer Publish Holmes County Hub November 29, 2012 Publish Holmes County Shopper November 29, 2012


Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS The family of

Homer Arnold

would like to thank everyone for their help during his illness and passing. Special thanks to Wooster Community Hospital, Dr. Matthew Morris ,Margret his PCU RN, Hospice Palliative Care, Ginger, Dr. Ofori and staff, Altimate Care, Wayne County Kidney Center, Holmes

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


All Prices reduced & cleArly MArked On Windshields

fOr All yOur trAnsPOrtAtiOn needs

06 ToyoTa Sienna aWD LOCAL TRADE, Excellent Condition, Alloy Wheels & Running Boards. ONLY 68K mi. Call or Stop in For More Info

SOL'S INSPIRATIONAL Showroom has a large variety of P.Graham Dunn products and other great gift items for the holidays. 330-893-3100.

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CROSLEY GAS range, almond color, works good.$175. obo. 330-9401-8025.

BUYING JUNK batteries, aluminum, copper, brass, ele. motor, farm machinery, appliances, cars, trucks. 330-279-2142 TROYER'S HARNESS SHOP 4999 TR 367, Millersburg, Will be closed NOW THRU DEC. 3rd.


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

Dover Rd., Sugarcreek • Daily 8-5, Sat., 8-Noon

Lost & Found

LOST CAVALIER brown and white male, has only one eye, lost in Charm area. (330) 893-0906

Business Opportunity

13% RETURN on Investment. Three fully occupied rentals for $110,000. Call for details. 330-359-0270 THE ECONOMY GOT YOU DOWN? GOOD PART TIME $$$$$ FOR PART TIME HOURS DELIVERING THE LOCAL MORNING NEWSPAPER FOR THE DAILY RECORD If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the circulation department at 330-264- 1125 ext 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes. CALL TODAY!! THE ECONOMY GOT YOU DOWN? GOOD PART TIME $$$$$ FOR PART TIME HOURS DELIVERING THE LOCAL MORNING NEWSPAPER FOR THE DAILY RECORD

see our inventory online

Appliances Electronics

GOOD USED Hot Water Boiler, Good shape. (330) 893-0421

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YOUNG COLLEGE MAN looking for part time work. Will also do taxi work. 330-317-1461.


needs - Homemade pies & cakes, cookies or desserts - Call for details, 330-279-3615.

Position Wanted

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

NOTICE: I will babysit in my home. Infant to 5 yr. old. Reasonable rate. Call 330-897-2024 Ext. 0 for interview.

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

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

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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!!

Martin House Covers Custom Fitted Heavy duty with zipper. UV, Snow & Water repellant yet breathable. Fits T- 14 and 16 hole boxes. Eliminate need to paint or remove boxes 01050 AD12741538 180 in every year. Available Charcoal MARTIN Grey and Tan. HOUSE $37 each or 3COVERS or more for $35 each, Add $6.50 each for S&H. Weaver’s Tarp Shop 13013 TR 506 Big Prairie

GAS REFRIGERATOR for sale. 7yrs old. (330) 852-3723

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

01200 AD12719491 288 NOW HIRING: DetailedWell Rounded 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

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. CREATIVE EDGE Hair Studio has booth rental positions available. Professional, positive, friendly, and relaxing atmosphere. First month free. 330-674-3343

DAILY RECORD Carriers Needed 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.


Drivers Trucking

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


Construction Equipment

FOR RENT: JOHN Deere dozer 650G with winch, $30.per hour. (330) 674-2422. 450-C CASE Dozer, 6 way blade, good condition. Also 32HP Isuzu diesel,. $1,900. Wayne Miller, 6753 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627

125 Medical / Healthcare BOBCAT MT 55 walk behind skid loader, HOME HELPERS, America"s #1 Senior Care Franchise serving Wayne, West Stark, Summit counties and surrounding areas is seeking responsible and caring individuals for non-medical in-home caregiver positions. Part-time and full-time live-in opportunities. Experience preferred, (STNA, HHA, CNA) will train. Apply by calling 330-731-1710.


Child Care

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

Antiques Collectibles

TURN OF the century roll top desk, 54"x32", $750. obo. Corner cupboard, painted white, leaded windows, $450. (740) 501-4974.


Appliances Electronics

120 Manufacturing /Industrial DIGITAL CAMCORDER $50. Dell Laptop, $250. 330-231-5580

CNC /GLOBAL Body & Equipment is seeking Welder/Fabricators. Must have welding/fabricating experience, ability to read blue prints, must pass weld test. Please apply in person @ 2061 Sylvan Road, Wooster, OH 44691

KINDLE TOUCH, like new with case and charger, $90. (330) 359-5409†x3

JOHN DEERE 450G Dozer, 2900 hours, 6 way blade, very good condition. $24,500. Tusco Hardwoods 330-852-4281

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

Kubota diesel, bucket and sulky, 1073 hours. $10,000. Jeff Miller, (330) 852-3029. '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

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$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.

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

FOR SALE: 1997 Daewoo 4000lb Forklift. LP gas, side shift, runs good. $2,600. Mullet Run Lumber (330) 893-4085

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


LARGE 3X3X8 bales wheat straw. Approx. 45 bales for sale. $180./ ton. (330) 893-2832 ext 3.

Farm Equipment

FOR SALE: 6x40 Auger on wheels. Very good condition. Dan A. Miller, 5344 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. GRAVITY WAGONS, two Killbros model 350, extended sides, extendable hitches, good cond., $2,100 each. 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: Mc Cormick W-9 gas tractor, good cond. on steel, also hard air tires. Roman C Miller, 8744 CR 186, Dundee. (330) 359-5113. FOR SALE: Quick tatch Skid Loader Pallet Forks, like new, $525. daytime: 330-359-0150, evening: 330-359-5939 Mt. Eaton Trailer. FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127. FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. 560 STEINER Bale Beaver, 3375 Knight Tumble Mixer, 28' Belt conveyer, (330) 359-5647 or (330)473-2866 MASSEY FERGUSON 461, 2004 60HP, 1156 hours, synchronized with shuttle, $13,500. 330-301-2580. FOR RENT: Cat skid loader with cab. Call (330) 763-3811. 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. BULK SEED bins for sale. Two 6 ton and two 12 ton. 330-231-0092. 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.

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


SPLIT AND round seasoned firewood, dump trailer deliveries avail., also will trade for scrap metal. Call evenings (330) 275-7980. SPLIT SEASONED firewood, $45 a rick. Ivan R. Troyer, 1570 TR 111, Millersburg, Oh. 330-897-2929

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads avaliable. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. FIREWOOD FOR sale. Leroy M. Miller (330) 674-9516†x4 FOR SALE. Firewood, seasoned & split. $50./ pick up load. (330) 674-2422. FOR SALE: Partly seasoned firewood. $40/Rick, Cut up slab wood $30 p/u load. Slabwood $15/Bundle. Mullet Run Lumber, 5474 TR 117, Baltic (330) 893-4085


Horses Livestock

FOR SALE: 5 year old registered 1/2 Dutch 1/2 Hackney mare, bay with 4 whites. and full blaze. In foul to Victor, a full black Dutch stallion. (330) 852-3572.

FARMALL SUPER M on hard rubber, runs good. (330) 852-2263

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

250 GAL ZERO Bulk Tank, $650. Wanted: Fire Brick. Samuel M. Yoder, 2386 CR 200, Dundee. (888) 790-1473 / VM FOR SALE. 60" quick attach manure forks, slightly used. Made by Mast Farm Service. $600. Ray Yoder, (330) 897-2373.


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2 GRASS fed hormone-free beef Holstein & Jersey-Holstein cross. $1.00/per pound. (330) 674-0557 x3. 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. 11 YEAR old standard bred gelding, safe for women, big enough for surrey, $800. (330) 674-1935 GRASS FED Holstein steer, approx. 1100 lbs. Call Josh 330-897-6005. FOR SALE: Organic laying hens. Laying

Farm Products Produce good. $5.00. Niva D Miller, 5344 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

FIRST CUTTING pure timothy horse hay, $8.00. Mixed first and second cutting round bales, $110.00. (330) 472-2613.

4 YEAR old standard bred mare, TSS, needs work. Atlee M Troyer. (330) 852-4546 ext 1.

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

WILL FEED heifers over winter. You provide feed, I will provide bedding. Ivan Schlabach (330) 897-0728

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

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.

4 YEAR old Western Ideal Mare, Dark Bay, 17 hands tall, TSS, Been in Buggy a few times. Will make a good family horse. $1600 OBO. 330-275-0164 FOR SALE: One Saanen milking goat. Levi Hershberger, 5171 SR 557, Millersburg, OH 44654 V.M. 330-893-0214 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

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

6 yr. old black gelding, tss, this horse is broke for any women, children or elderly, all trot. (330) 852-4148.

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

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

Firewood Fuel

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

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having gifts for all children 12 and under attending the auction. This will be the last riding horse sale for 2012, next one will be April 6, 2013. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek, OH 44681 330-852-2237. Email Auctioneer Myron Miller

4'X50" CORN Fodder Round Bales, $45 per bale delivered. Noah Yoder (330) 674-1000

FOR SALE: Bale Spears Quickattach. New, $350. Call 330-359-0810

FIELD CULTIVATOR, Brillion 12' wide, transport model, good solid shape. $1,150 obo. Holmesville, 330-473-7647.

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BLACK WEANLING Friesian cross filly, out of Weibren. 7 year old pony mare, TSS, broke to ride & drive, $500. Weanling pony stud colt, $150. Call Monroe Yoder 330-897-6040. 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: 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

FOR SALE: 4-1/2 mo. old Golden red pullets. Starting to lay. $7.50. Dannie Stutzman, 8446 Lautenschlager Rd., Applecreek OH. 44606 FOR SALE: Australian Shepherd, 8 mo old female. 330-893-2776 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. 14 MONTH old Jersey bull for sale. Ready for service. $500. 330-231-6446. WANTED TO buy: All types of horses & ponies, sound or unsound. J & S Horse Farm, 13914 Mt Eaton Rd, Doylestown, 44230. Call or write. (330) 715-0363.

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

5 YEAR Old Gelding Buggy size. Just off tracks pacing bread, but trots, drives, nice. $1,900. VM 330-359-0937

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.

7 YEAR old standard bred mare, TSS, family horse, good traveler. Also 3 year old standard bred Dutch Harness cross,, broke, ready for miles. Leroy Burkholder, (330) 897-7260

SMOKEY LANE STABLES Horse Auction, Friday Dec. 7. Tack 5:30 PM followed by horses. Expecting several loads from out of state, plus loads from local dealers. Lots of fresh horses from the tracks that are started to the buggy. Accepting consignments of tack and all types of horses through sale day. Last sale for 2012! Next Driving Horse sale will be Jan. 11, 2013. Wishing everyone a Blessed Christmas and Happy New Year! 686 Smokey Lane Rd, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330-852-2237. Auctioneer Myron Miller

15 YR. old Reg. Belgian mare. Well broke, $600. M.J.H., 8100 S. A.C. Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627

3 YEAR old chestnut mare, trotting bred, TSS, small but very tough, women drove her in the buggy. 330-275-0164. 17 MONTH old registered Holstein bull, ready for cows. 3 point tire scraper. Marvin Coblentz, 992 US 62, Wilmot. (330) 359-5570. FOR SALE: 2 gray miniature Jenny donkeys, 3 and 4 years old. (330) 698-3042 4 YEAR old morgan mare, traffic safe, good traveler for long trips. Dan Yoder, 4805 TR 401, Millersburg, OH 44654. Phone (330) 893-3238. 5 YEAR old SJ'S Caviar-Lindy Lane Trotter. 16.3 T.S.S. broke surrey horse. Deluxe. Women can drive, been in buggy for two years. $2700. Jonas A. Hersherger, 7974 TR 654, Millersburg, OH 44654 SMOKEY LANE STABLES Riding Horse and Pony Auction Dec. 1. Tack 9:30 AM; Horses 12 Noon. Consignments are some very good broke kids ponies, weanling Friesian filly out of Hackney, Miniature Donkey Jack and Riding Horses. We will be taking tack and horse consignments through sale day. Will be selling Christmas wreaths, throws, and home decor. As a way to promote the spirit of the season we will be having a collection of paper products, laundry soap, shampoo,toothpaste etc. for Tuscarawas County Homeless Shelter. Items may be dropped off at stables any time from now to Dec. 1. Receive 1 ticket per item for drawing for new pony bridle and saddle or buy tickets $5.00 for 6. We will be

12 YEAR old Black Standard Bred Gelding, with 2 whites, TSS, Still good for some miles. $950. (330) 279-2100 BLACK ALPINE billy goat, no horns out of a goat dairy herd. (330) 600-0130. 7 YR. old black mare. Traffic safe, sound, trotter. Some chrome. Eli Miller, 6411 TR 607, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 WEANLING BLACK Percheron filly. Sire RP Casino Dam Stream Sides Easter Dawn. Small star, gentle. Also, 3 yr. old Mustang Hackney cross pony. Broke to lead. Spirited. Needs a gentle hand, $175. Joe Nisley, 330-359-6204 2 YEAR OLD Black Dutch Cross mare, Good Action, not broke, sired by Winand's Bill. $1,100. 330-275-5022. FOR SALE: Started cross-bred bull calves, 200-300lbs. $200 each. David Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg (330) 893-2892 7 YEAR OLD brown standard bred m a r e , TSS, Mostly trot, stands well to hitch. $1,500. 330-275-5022. BREEDING AGE Holstein bull, $800. 330-897-1403 x3 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. WOULD HAVE Room to feed 70 heifers $.40 a day if you furnish feed. Lester Hostetler, 330-359 0290 ext. 1. FOR SALE: Nubian milking goat; Also, 8-mo. old nanny and a breeding age billy. 330-674-1665 x2. 9 YR. OLD black Dutch Percheron cross. Big up headed driving mare, tss, $1400/obo. 330-674-4997 FOR SALE. 7 Feeder pigs. Phone (330) 893-9182.

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FOR SALE: Bred sows & service boar, vaccinated with Farrow Sure B. (330) 893-1520. Alan Garver, 1940 TR 416, Dundee, OH 44624.

3 YR old gelding, drives nice, family horse, mostly trot., TSS, $1,850. 8 yr old black gelding, sharp boy's horse, TSS, $1300. Duane Weaver, (330) 674-1777.

NEW PRODUCT: Now stocking Dr. Paul Dettloff's full line of products. New Bedford Elevator & Supply LLC 330-897-6492

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

17 YR old standard bred, TSS, anybody can drive. $500. (330) 852-3192, VM. Matthew Shetler, 2000 TR 164, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 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. FOR SALE: Ring Necked Pheasant, Bob White Quail, Melanistic mutant pheasant. Leave message, 330-600-0884 YOUNG SAANEN Dairy Goat, due to freshen in Feb, 1st time. $150. Paul Hershberger, (330) 674-2907 8 YEAR old standard gelding, one man horse, $800. obo. (330) 674-1935. 79 ALUM Livestock Trailer, 22' long, 8' Wide, Railing for second deck but don't have deck. $7500 OBO. Call 330-275-0164 FOR SALE: 8 year old Standard Bred Mare. Sound, not quite traffic safe. $900 OBO Menno E Troyer 7817 Mt Hope, Apple Creek Ohio 44606. FOR SALE: Buggy horse harness in good cond. Leroy Yoder, 10225 Senff Rd, Dundee, OH 44624. (330) 359-5126. 3 MONTH old Alpine Saanen cross Billy goat. Out of good dairy stock. $50.00. Elmer Yoder, 330-893-3687 ext. 1. FOR SALE: 6 yr old registered morgan gelding, dark bay, 15 hands, boy's horse. $1500. obo. John O Miller Jr, 330-893-1617.

EWES - Spring lambs - Ready to breed, full blood Poly Pay - foot rot free herd. (330) 695-2042. 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. FOR SALE: 3 Katahdin Dorper Cross Rams. Service age, sired on Farm. Noah Petersheim 993 US 62 Wilmot OH 44689


Household Furnishings

AMISH BUILT Solid Oak Furniture: Bedroom Set- Queen Bed and Dresser $1750. Dining Set- Table with leaves, 6 chairs, 2 barstools $1750. Living Room Set- Entertainment Center, 2 Sofa Tables, Bookshelf $1000. All three sets- $4000. Phone-330-464-1995 MAYTAG RINGER Washer. Choice of square or round tub. Both rebuilt. 330-695-6793. SECTIONAL COUCH Wine/Raspberry color, w/2 recliners & pullout bed, average condition. $200 (330) 893-3284 CHINA CABINET, 3 door, Solid Walnut. Clear Gas Lamps. (330) 674-1504 FOR SALE: Gas floor lamp & Coleman gas lanterns. Paul Weaver, 9181 CR 77, Fredericksburg. 330-695-2398, VM.

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CREEKSIDE FASHIONS to Furniture 2430 SR 643 Baltic, (330) 275-4048. 4 pc Bedroom Suit, 2 Knee Hole Desks, Dresser w/mirror, 2 matching Upholstered Chairs, Sofa, Oak Table w/pedestal legs, Bed Sheets-Flannel in Queen size, Some shop tools, Kitchenware, Towels, Toys, Clothing in all sizes and MUCH MORE!


Hunting Fishing

FOR SALE: Remington 12 gauge & 20 gauge Wingmaster, nice. 330-231-1411. FOR SALE: UKC black & tan coon hounds, 2 males, 1 female. Can tree their own coon but have only been hunting a few times since last season. Priced according to ability. (330) 567-3432. 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 BOBWHITE QUAIL, $6.00 each. V.M. (330) 674-0851 ext. 1

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NOTICE Will mount deer antlers on boards for $35; Also, Europeon mounts - $50. Jonathan Weaver - (330) 674-0073 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. LIKE NEW Black Diamond Thompson Center muzzle loader, extended range, 26" barrell, 50-cal., $150/obo. (330) 466-0579.

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308 WIN. SAVAGE 99C A series, lever action with Tasco 3-9-40 scope, $500. Remington Gunmaster Model 760 30-06SPRG pump with Simmon's 3-9-40 scope & sling, $450. 30 loaded 308 cartridges, 37 empty 16 loaded 30-06 cartridges. 330-897-4503


FOR SALE: Yard Machine snowblower, 4-1/2-hp, 21" cut, works great. $65/obo. 330- 674-7397. LANDSCAPING STONES, approx. 300, 8" high, 21" wide, 12" deep. $2.50 each. (330) 893-2725, VM.

ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $6.00. Eli A Yoder, Charm. (330) 893-2037.

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

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


KNIGHT 50-ca DISC muzzle loader, stainless barrel $350; CVA Wolf muzzle loader, $150. 330-231-7140

HASTINGS SLUG Barrell for Rem. 11-87. Cantilever with scope. $175 (330) 440-2999

FOR SALE: Tradition Tracker muzzle loader, like new. $200 obo. Levi Miller, 9850 Harrison Rd., A.C. , OH 44606

CEDAR VALLEY TAXIDERMY. Call us for your Taxidermy needs. 1/2 mile North of Mt Hope. (330) 473-7590.

MOULTRIE DEER feeder, 30 gal. tripod feeder. Programmable with digital timer. Willis Troyer. 330-377-9806, VM.

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 December 3, 2012 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Guns: Ammo: Millersburg Glass Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Antiques/Collectibles: over 15 pieces of Millersburg glass including Marigold Peacock Tail Variant Compote, Pumpkin Marigold Hobnail Rose bowl, 10” Marigold Peacock and Urn bowl, Marigold Seacoast Pin Tray, Trout & Fly bowl. 22 Guns – 8 Air/Pellet Guns – 11 Swords – 40+Knives – Ammo: Super Comanche .45 Cal.; Ethan Allen Pepperbox; Hi-Point 9MM; Kassnar Mod. 116 22 LR; Glenfield Mod. 60 22LR; Springfield Mod. 120A 22LR; Mausers; Birmingharm Small Arms Co. .300 Long; Benjamin Franklin Air Rifle; Crossman Mark I Target; 50+ Misc. Clips; Weyersburg Kirschbaum Sword; U.S Knife. AMMO – Canuck 22 LR w/Box; Western Super X 218 Bee Ammo w/Box; 7.62x39; 9x18mm; 30-06; 9MM; .45 Cal; .357; 225 Cal.; .38 Cal.; Shotgun Powder; Reloading Dies & Misc. Please visit our website for pictures of Guns, Ammo & Knives. Household/Furniture; dressers, end tables; metal file cabinets; mattresses and bed frames; chairs; kitchen table; many other household items. Tools: new items: 2 in 1 upright and canister vacuum, 14” electric chain saw, 3 in 1 blower, vac, mulcher, Quick silver metal detector. Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00 pm Friday, November 30. For more information contact David Conn, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales

New Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 8:00-10:30 and noon to 4:00

JUKI INDUSTRIAL sewing machine w/stand and Electric Motor. New Condition $950. Weaver's Tarp Shop, 13013 TR 506, Big Prairie, OH 44611

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.

SMALL CHICKEN house on skid, 4'x6'. Like new. $400. 330-674-0560, ext. 2.

WOOD FIRED stainless steel water heater with controls, like new, cheap. Also, clear gas cook stove. Eli L. Keim, 8526 TR 635, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

FOR SALE: Kiln dried lumber. 5/4 R. O.

MODEL 10A Gravely Tractor, excellent cond. With 4' snow blower and sweep brush. Call Leonard (330) 674-0456

50 CAL. CVA Staghorn Muzzel loader. Good Condition. $100 (330) 567-2674

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Miscellaneous Merch.

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 NEW NECCHI treadle flatbed and free

Lawn & Garden Prime. $1.45 4/4 R.O. Prime $1.35 b.f. FOR SALE: Bowman made mini arm heads for sale. Now dealer for JUKI

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

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

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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. 5474 TR 117, Baltic, Mullet Run Lumber (330) 893-4085 OSBURN WOOD Stove, glass door, make offer. John H Miller 13702 TR 471, Lakeville Oh 44638


Miscellaneous Merch.

FOR SALE: 8x12 Storage Barn in good condition. Treated floor and new roof. Also, 10x20 storage building. Needs a few repairs. Wayne Chupp, 9107 TR 609, Fredericksburg. MEDICAL SCOOTER, paid $5500.00, asking $100.00, need repairs. Snow blower, used 2 times, paid $450.00, sell for $250.00. Tiller cost $500.00, will sell for $250. 00. (330) 674-1924. 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. HEARTHSTONE HERITAGE wood stove. Bluegray soapstone, black matte casting. Glass front door, mint cond. $1800. 330-390-0177.

216 • Solar 02800 PanelsAD12708210 - 15-215 watt 10085444 • Charge Controllers • Inverters (AIMS, Power Bright, Magnum, Outback) • Batteries US Battery • Wind Turbines 400 watt-20 kw • Gridtie & Offgrid - Solar Systems • Wiring for Houses, Shops & Barns



The Holmes County Shopper News

5425 CR 77 • Millersburg, OH 44654


GAS FURNACES for greenhouse for sale. 330-231-6446.

LARGE NAPOLEON wood stove model 1900, 3 years old, $1000. Perfection natural gas heater, 20,000 BTU, works fine. 330-852-2902. 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. FOR SALE: 8x8 Storage Building on skids. Also Road Cart. (330) 674-7153 FOR SALE: Foam blocks for targets. 49" x 22" x 49". $75.00. Holmesville, (330) 279-2345. FREE RED oak trees, 1' to 3' tall, you dig. Phone (330) 897-7794.

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! FOR SALE: 55 gal Fish tank with stand. $50 (330) 674-5799†x2 CHRISTMAS GIFTS, Kids carts, corn hole games, Martin houses, bird feeders, and bird houses. Wild Cat Woodcrafts. (330) 897-7403.


Directions: Kidron Auction Grounds (Sprunger Building) in Kidron, Ohio. Take US 30 east to Kidron Rd. From Millersburg take SR 241 northeast to Kidron Rd. Turn north to location (behind auction barn).

s u r r e y . Led lights, fiberglass shaft, 5 yrs old, Very Good Condition. $4,500 OBO. (330) 695-7531 FOR SALE: 1-1/2hp Myers jet pump, 5-1/2hp Honda motor, 2-120-gal. galvanized tanks, 120-ft 1-1/4 plastic pipe, foot valve - all for $375. Myron Mast, 9281 TR 560,Holmesville. 330-279-2070

sewing machines and sergers. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center. Apple Creek Oh (330) 698-3060 2200 WATT Honda generator, works. (330) 473-9567.

FOR SALE: Treadmill, like new, in good condition. Pro-Form 350. $300 Call (330) 695-2139

FOR SALE: Medium sized pony cart. Like new condition. Easy entry. $425. 330-674-0608

FOR SALE: 27" Panasonic TV with glass enclosed stand. Works great! $20 Call 330-674-6161

FOR SALE: Timber Eze Wood/Coal stove $250 Pot Belly stove $75 (330) 763-3799

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

HONDA WASH Machine Motor with Bracket. $75, 8HP Briggs, electric start. Needs minor repair. $60 Storm Windows $2 each. 330-897-1165

FireGuard - A great Christmas gift idea. Sorrounds campfires so children don't tumble in. Foldable, fully-assembled. Sunset View Sales. (330) 600-1366

FOR SALE: Top Buggy. Good condition. L.E.D. lights, steel wheels, fiberglass shaft, $2200. 330-674-2878

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

5% RETAIL DISCOUNT- Aluminum buggy cargo carriers & components, free literature. Hillside Fabrication. 330-893-1058.

MINI SURREY, 5 years old, very good cond. LED lights, steel wheels, fiberglass shaft. $3600. (330) 377-9891.

FOR SALE: 8 ft. Flex shaft with Kawasaki motor, $195. Eli U. Burkholder, 2679 TR 406, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330-893-4901 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. TIMBER EZE , wood/coal hot water heating boiler. Model 104, $550. 330-897-0735 Baltic, Ohio OLDER TOP buggy, light weight, hydraulic brakes, storm front, turn signals, LED lights. (330) 359-0918 or 1-888-549-2524. FOR SALE: Maytag Dryer, Electric. $50 (330) 674-7156 FOR SALE: Homemade Wooden Toys, barns, stock yards, truck trailer, trains, wagons, Highchair. (330) 852-0053 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: Pool Table with slate top. Very Heavy. $125 complete with balls and push rods. 330-231-0218 OLD BUILDING 35 x 25. Some hewn timbers. You remove. Best offer over $2000. 330-897-1439 450+ PIECES old barn roof slate, 7 1/2 x 14", $200. for all. (419) 368-3817, Lakeville. 2 -CABIN SIZE Wood stove, $175 each. VM - Lester (740) 622-0975

Thursday, December 6, 2012 4:00 P.M.

HEATMASTER 600 wood and coal boiler. 145,000 BTU, used, in good cond. $1800. Javon Miller, 330-893-3866. or 330-893-1605, home.

Ring #1 – 400+ Lots of Coins Ring #2 – 3+ hours of Quality Antiques NOTE: Watch for next week’s ad for complete listing of both rings but mark this date down. Online bidding available at thru

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

FOR SALE: New Raleigh boy's bicycle, 21 spd, $225. Also new Bio-tane driving harness, choice of breast or hames. (330) 674-0636, lv msg.


Musical Instruments

USED CLARINET, exc. cond. $450. 330-231-5527.


Office Equipment

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


Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: AKC Sheltie Puppies, excellent markings and personality, $250 ea. Conrad Yoder (330) 893-3251 KITTENS FOR sale, very playful and adorable, make great pets. Best Offer. Call 330-763-4775 FOR SALE: AKC German Shepherd puppies, black and tan, long haired, born 9/6/12. 330-600-1910. FOR SALE: (4) Yorkie puppies, 8 wks. old, wormed, shots updated, small & cute, $300/ea. 5512 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-2922 BERNESE MOUNTAIN dog, male, 3 yrs. old, nice markings, pet only, $175/obo. 330-852-9108. LAB PUPPIES AKC Black, Chocolate, and Yellow, Males & Females. Wormed and first shots. $375 (330) 695-9924 ACA YORKIE Puppies, 10 wks old. 1-female, $300. 1-male, $175. (330) 600-0090

STAINLESS STEEL CHIMNEYS (330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

ADEN YODER, AUCTIONEER 330-763-2565 or 330-359-5458 DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER 330-231-4524


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

HILAND SUPPLY CO. LTD. Advanced Chimney Technology

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


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FOR Sale: Rabbits; Bunnies; Rex, Mini Rex, Lion Heads, Dwarf. Ph. 330-674-1900 3 YR. old Black Lab mix. Female. Very friendly and playful. Loves children, $50. 330-275-8491

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FOR SALE: AKC female Chihuahua puppies, long and short coat, 12 wks. old. Shots & wormed. Call Eli at 330-893-2868

FOR SALE: 7 wk old German Shepherd puppies. Pure bred East German bloodline, all shots updated, $600 and up. (330) 359-5760

WANTED: RED & white beagle female, (330) 897-0149.

FOR SALE: 10 month old Elkhound Cross Males, also Pups. Levi Jr. Yoder 7720 TR 509, Lakeville OH 44638

THE EAST Holmes Veterinary Clinic will be hosting an informational meeting on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 6:30 pm to discuss in depth canine brucellosis. The meeting will be held at Vinyl Tech and Eugene Miller's located at 4603 TR 352. We hope to see you there.

7 MONTH old boxer bulldog males, 2 white, 1 brindle. Very nice. $100. Call (330) 695-2845.

2 PUGGLE-BULLDOG, female, 7 months old. Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314.

FOR SALE. English Bulldog/ Beagle mix, males & females. Family raised. Mostly white with wrinkles. Ready to go. $350. each. (330) 473-9229.

FOR SALE. 6 ACA Yorkie females, 6 mo old, ears up, mature to 5 or 6 lb as adult, $500. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Millersburg, OH 44654.

CKC long coat Chihuahua, 8 wks old. Up to date on shots. Comes with crate, blanket and food dish! $400. 330-749-2865.

FOR SALE: Registered Apricot poodle, 12", 2 years old. (330) 674-0809 ext 1.

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

4 MONTH Old Toy Fox Terrier Male, shots and wormed. Ben Miller 6771 TR 423, Dundee, Ohio 44624. After 4pm.

5 MONTH old AKC registered Sheltie female, sable & white. (330) 749-4568.

2 FEMALE Toy Fox Terrier & Skipper T cross puppies. 9 wks. old. $70. 330-698-0111 x 1

FOR SALE: 2 Yorkie Spitz male puppies, 8 wks old, $50. each. Eli Burkholder, (330) 674-0356 ext 2. 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. LONG HAIRED Male Guinea Pig, 6 wks old, Brown, Black, White $8. David Yoder (330) 852-4046 AKC BICHON Puppies, males, 7 wks old. Sire 8.5 lbs. Dam 12.5 lbs. Shots and wormed. $200 (330) 893-3284 FIVE TOY Fox Terrier puppies. 3 Females, 2 Males, 8 wks old. 330852-0615 Call after 4 pm. FOR SALE: Chocolate Lab male, 7 months old. $150 OBO. (330) 275-5247 ENGLISH BULL dog/ beagle cross female, 6 months old. Also 3/4 bull dog puppies, shots & wormed. 330-317-0303. ACA REGISTERED beautifully marked, 1 sable, 4 white male Shih Tzu puppies. Ready to go for Christmas. Make great gifts. House raised. $300. Call (330) 893-3619, leave message. DALMATIAN LAB Puppies, Black/White spotted. $50 (330) 674-0557 CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, 2 females. Cute Christmas gifts. Used to playing with children. $75. each. Can be seen at Bunker Hill Hardware. 330-893-3785 at 5425 CR 77, Millersburg, OH 44654. Javon Miller. FOR SALE: Beagle Bulldog puppy. 11 wks old, Roman Yoder (740) 622-0072

KENNEL BUILDING, 14x22, 12 inside and outside runs, washdowns, automatic waterers, hot water heater, also 6 whelping boxes. (330) 893-2780 VM AKC LAB MALE, 8 months old. $150 Ervin Raber, (330) 674-1314. LABRADOODLE PUPPIES, nice light colored, curly hair, shots & wormed, 7-8 weeks old. $300-$325. 330-473-5331. GRADE PARTI Yorkie male & female, good for cross breeding, 3 yrs, $150. ea. Also 6 mo old male Parti Yorkie, $300. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Millersburg. FOR SALE: 2 yr old Black and white Maltapoo male, 330-317-8770

LEOPARD CUR female, 4 years old, Hunt, Squirrel & Coon. Asking $1300. (419) 606-3674 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. AKC BOXER puppy, brindle male, born 8/9/12. Shots & wormed. $150. Phone (330) 893-3920. NOTICE - Boxer male for stud service, $175. Kevin Kline, (330) 567-3432 WANTED: DOG kennel building for small dogs. (330) 852-7094 text 3. 5 YEAR old male beagle dog, runs rabbits. $175. (330) 893-1361. AUSTRALIAN HEELER puppies, pure bred, born Oct. 2. A great Christmas gift. $200. (330) 600-1600. FOR SALE: Bichon puppies, AKC, 8 weeks old. (330) 359-0348. ####### 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. ####### FREE: BEAUTIFUL Cats & Kittens 330-674-1900 FOR SALE: Black Poodle female, Cavashon male, Shih-tzu male, Yorkie male. Call 330-749-2407. AUSTRALIAN HEELER, 12 month old female, $50. (330) 600-1600. GERMAN SHEPHERD puppy. Black, tan. Will do European and antler mounts again. 330-893-9304, 5649 CR 19, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 3 YR. old beagle female, brown and white. Call 330-674-4205 A NEW friend for the Holidays. Two litters to choose from, Peeke-a-poo's, or 3/4 Pug-1/4 Chi puppies. Will be small. Vacc. & wormed. (330) 276-5613 TINY MAL-SHI female puppy, very playful, ready for pick up at Christmas. (330) 852-4283 VM Neva. FOR SALE: Lab Puppies, 6 wks old, Jack Russell Beagle Mix Puppies, very cute, 6 wks old. Shots and wormed. (330) 893-3483 ADORABLE BABY guinea pigs, with tri-color markings. Ready to go. Make nice pets. $10. each. 330-473-9229.

AKC SHITZU males, Silver & White, with black markings. 1 year old. Out of good stock. (330) 893-2780 VM WANTED: BREEDING stock, French Bulldogs, , Light color Golden Retriever Male, Poms, and black & Tan German Shepherd Male, Good Quality adults or puppies. 260-499-4861 Ext 2/6 WANTED: DALMATIAN Male, (330) 674-0557 x3

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2 BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG males, 4 month old, $150. Also Bluetick female coon dog. Fredericksburg Greenhouse, 8645 Cutter Rd. , Fred'burg, OH 44 627 PET DELIVERY. Economical. Professional. Courteous. Humane. Weekly to East Coast. 419-961-0576 Please leave name. FOR SALE: Dog Kennel 20' x 10' x 8. Vinyl, washes down. 330-464-3450

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FOR SALE: 6 month old, German Shepherd Female, AKC Reg. $300 firm. (330) 852-3150. TWO 5 month old Bichon males, $150. each. (330) 674-3999 ext 2. 2 BEAGLE females, 1 yr. old, reg'd., $75/each or 2/$100. 330-897-1403 x3


2 FARMS-286 ACRES TOTAL TILLABLE LAND- WOODED AND OPEN BUILDING SITES FARM #1 177.52 ACRES - FARM #2 109.39 ACRES BOTH FARMS SELL AT #1 FARM SITE 7767 ELY RD. APPLE CREEK Will sell the following land at absolute auction. Both farms sell at #1 farm site located at 7767 Ely Road, Apple Creek, Ohio. Located North of Apple Creek on County Road 44, or South of US Route 30 on CR 44, then East on Ely Road to auction site. Farm #2 located South East of Wooster on US Route 250 or West of Apple Creek on 250 to Honeytown Road, then North to Secrest Road and West to auction site. This land is a part of the Wayne County Home farm.


FARM #1 LOCATED AT 7767 ELY ROAD This farm sells first. 177.52 acres of land with frontage on Ely and Millborne Road. Approximately 140 acres of tillable land in a good state of cultivation and ranges from flat to gently rolling. This farm will be offered in 9 parcels ranging from 5+acres to 43+ acres in size. Included are 3 wooded lots of 5+ acres each, a 10+ acre parcel with woods in front and open ground in the back, and 5 parcels of tillable land ranging in size from 14 to 43 acres. An excellent chunk of land with building sites, tillable land, and frontage on roads. This farm will be offered in 9 parcels and in combination and sells in the manner that nets the most for the seller. Taxes on this farm will be approximately $2286.00 per year under CAUV. If this farm closes after January 1, 2013 real estate taxes will not begin until 2014 since it is government owned. The county will retain mineral rights and cell tower income. If the farm sells in parcels the buyers will pay $300.00 per parcel toward survey expense. No minimums. No reserves. This land sells to the high bidder. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance due at closing. No buyer premium. The buyers determine the value of the land and you pay what you bid. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. One of the best chunks of land to sell this year in Wayne County. FARM #2 Farm #2 is located at the junction of Geyers Chapel and Secrest Roads and is known as the County Home Farm. THIS FARM WILL SELL AT FARM #1 LOCATION ON ELY. 109.397 acres of gently rolling farm land with frontage on Secrest and Geyers Chapel. One of the best chunks of farm land to so sell at public auction. 99% tillable. Good state of cultivation. Soybeans in 2012. Ready to no-till corn in 2013. This farm will be offered in 6 parcels and in combination. Parcels include four 2.25 acre parcels fronting on Geyers Chapel, and two 50.2 acre parcels with access off Geyers Chapel or Secrest. Parcels will be offered separately and in combination and sells in the manner that nets the most for the seller. Current taxes for this parcel under CAUV are $1765.00 per year. The county will retain mineral rights. If this farm sells in parcels the buyers will pay $300.00 per parcel toward survey expense. No minimums. No reserves. This land sells to the high bidder. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance at closing. No buyer premium. The buyers determine the value of the land and you pay what you bid. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. Current commodity prices make these farms attractive to both the farmers and the investors. Buy land. You will be glad you did. NOTE- Both farms sell at the Ely Road site. Farm #1 sells first. The farms will not be combined. Lunch will be available. Auction conducted in tent. Feel free to walk the land at any time. Announcements auction day take precedence over printed advertising. Pick up a flyer from the info box or go to to print off a copy. Or contact the Gant office to obtain a flyer or answers to your questions. OPEN HOUSE FOR BOTH FARMS ON FARM #1 LOCATION FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 2:00-4:00 PM Auction by order of WAYNE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AUCTIONEER/REALTOR- Dave Acker BROKER – Jack Gant

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ENGLISH BULLDOG for stud, AKC registered, red & white. Proven breeder. 330-763-4274. 15 MONTH old Walker coon dog, male, just getting started. Good dog. $125. obo. (330) 231-4726.

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SELLING AS A GROUP AKC 2-yr. old Parti Yorkie female and Parti Carrier female 1-3/4 yr. old; Bichon female 3-yr. old; Ruby Cavalier female. $2150.00 (330) 893-1621 ext. 4


Antiques • Collectibles • Tools Appliances • 70 Cadillac • 89 Ford F-150 83 Honda Bike • 30+ pcs. Fredericksburg Pottery Large Selection Collectible Toys Guns • Clocks • Old Paper • Milk • Bottles To settle the estate will sell the following personal property plus items from other homes at public auction. Auction to be held in The FFA Building, Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio. The fairgrounds are located at the junction of US Route 30 and State Route 3 South.

Thursday, December 6, 2012 9:00 A.M.

EBERHART ESTATE Good Hotpoint refrigerator; good GE electric stove; Frigidaire freezer; 2 good sofa beds; GE Super Capacity auto washer; GE dryer; Toshiba tv; 3 pc. bedroom suite; kitchen table and chairs; dishes and glassware; boxes of good misc.; and more. Auction by order of Judy Baker, Ex. for ESTATE OF MARCELLA EBERHART, Wayne Co. Probate #TBD. FORAKER ESTATE 1970 Cadillac Deville, stored inside; 1989 Ford F-150 truck, rough condition; 1983 Honda V65 Magna motorcycle; older Wheel Horse tractor/mower; older Lincoln welder w/ Wisconsin engine mounted on trailer; dinner bell w/ bracket; slant front desk; 3 door oak chest; Maytag auto washer; Maytag oversize capacity dryer; oak chifferobe; love seat queen size poster bed; round heating stove; misc. bikes; hand and power tools; iron skillets; old piano stool; box lots; and more. Auction by order of Daniel J. Hostetler, Administrator WWA for ESTATE OF DONALD R. FORAKER, Wayne Co. Probate #E-71729-11 AUCTION #3 Toy Blue Comet wood boat w/ Speed King motor; Marlin auto 22 rifle; H&R 22 w/ clip; Stoller 9MM pistol made in Mansfield; Daisy #25 BB gun; Revell models in boxes; Hawthorne Village Christmas Village pcs. in boxes; Schlitz beer sign; Huskee mower; HD LC GE auto washer; newer GE dryer; metal shelves; White Hotpoint refrigerator; slant front desk; platform rocker; couch w/ recliners on ends; Toshiba tv; misc. furniture; box lots; and more. OWEN AUCTION Cincinnati Recording Records time clock from Killbuck train station; 2 Landmark Feeds electric clocks; Craftsman rolling tool box; MTD 12.5HP/42 in. mower; 2 small Landmark thermometers; hand and power tools; and more. AUCTION #5 Large collection of toys, advertising, and hardware items of all kinds including Wooster 20-30 club school crossing sign w/ little girl; hump back trunks; wind up fire alarm telegraph; large selection of hand and power tools of all kinds; oak 4 drawer file; lots of small collectible advertising items; milk bottles including Holmesville, Danville, Loudonville, Howard, and more; old transit; old kitchen collectibles; chalk ware items; watch fobs; old paper goods; toy tractors and equipment; postcards; old organ stool; selection old quilts and comforters; Maytag auto washer; Kelvinator dryer; lots and lots of small items; and more. Short list. Lots of items. First of 2 auctions. DUNCAN AUCTION Selling approximately 30 pcs. of Fredericksburg pottery of all kinds. Planters, baskets, animals, and more. For a complete list go to the web site below. AUCTION #7 AND #8 Honda 2500 psi power washer; scaffolding; 12 drawer rolling tool box; good hand and power tools of all kinds; Milwaukee drill doctor; Porter Cable plate jointer kit w/ biscuits; PC router; 12 in. HD planer; Pro Air portable air compressor; Milwaukee drills; hammer drill; 2 belt sanders; good selection of tools of all kinds. AUCTION #8 – Telephone booth; Italio/American accordion; misc. silver coins; stamp collection; selection of sports cards including Brett Farve; sports collectibles; costume jewelry; Hohner harmonica; and more. NOTE- A short list for a large auction. Lots of good unadvertised items. Selling in 3 rings. Bring the big truck and 2 friends. Car, truck, bike sell at approximately 12Noon. In the holiday spirit we will again have free breakfast sandwiches, doughnuts, and coffee from 8:00-9:00 AM for all of our good loyal customers. Thanks for a good year. Pictures of the auction items (not the sandwiches) at Click on chattel auctions. TERMS- Cash or Good Check. Breakfast and Lunch. AUCTIONEERS Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice Joe Shearer

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

30 — Thursday, November 29, 2012 Pets Supplies 300

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 WANTED: Large miniature Poodle, male, lt. colored, proven breeder. Call Emanuel Keim, (330) 674-0621†x3 FOR SALE: Chocolate Lab Female, 3 years old. Jack Russell Terriers, 3 mo old. 330-275-0984 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 FOR SALE: Beagle, male, tri colored. Asking $200. Trained and ready, 2 year old. Leave message at 330-473-3791 BEAGLE BULLDOG Puppies, 9 wks old, 3-males, 1-female, have shots and wormed. $250. 330-674-4572 ACA REG. Toy Poodle puppies. Apricot and cream color. Females, $225. Males $200. D.O.B. 11-5-12. Will be just in time for Christmas 330-897-1260

Pets Supplies 355

FOR SALE: Yorkie-Poo, 8 wks. old, cream, male, shots/wormed, $250. 330-852-2876 x1. . 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! KENNEL SELLOUT 3 Parti Yorkies - 1 male, 2 Fem. 8 Yorkies - 2 males, 6 Fem. 4 Havanese - 1 male, 3 Fem. Also 10x20 kennel 25 inside outside runs. 3 whelping boxes. 330-473-9355 Joseph Miller.

FOR SALE: 180 H.P. Cummins Diesel motor. 18,000 hours. Runs good. 330-893-3087 ext. 1. Valley View Machine. 7 .5 HP Quincy air compressor on mount, pressure loop, model PLT 7.5, manual included. Good cond. $400. (330) 897-2373.

TOY FOX TERRIER - female puppy. 10 wks old. Black and white, $60. David M. Shetler. 330-473-2009 CKC LONG COAT Chihuahuas, 1/male, 1/female. 5 months old, UTD on shots. $150. each. 330-749-2865.

AMCO SPACE Humidifier by American Moistening Company. Leroy Schlabach 330-674-0250

English Bulldog/ Puggle mix puppies, Shots, wormed, $195; Also Puggle puppy, male, $125. (330) 763-4037.

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.

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: Black Tan Cross Coonhound Pup. Mother is a excellent Coonhound. Call after 5pm (330) 231-3912. 1 PARTI PAM male, proven, 2 yrs old; 1 Chihuahua male, 1 1/2 yrs old; All AKC. Henry Mast, 2619 CR 160, Millersburg 44654. Phone (330) 359-5629.

CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. 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. WANTED: Used forage wagon to feed wood chips into a boiler, running gear not important. Call 877-790-8269 WANTED: RUBBER tired sliding door buggy with brakes. LED lights preferred. Good condition. Call (330)674-0608

37HP Perkins 330-695-9908.



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

able for single girl and future ministry, not too old & decent on gas. Want to stay under $5000. To sell or donate yours call 330-275-6998. CASH FOR hand guns, rifles, shot guns, ammunition. Priv. collector buying. Scott, 330- 603-7550. Free appraisals.

WANTED TO buy: Used wood working equipment. Starting furniture business and need all. Plainer & Sander at least 24" wide. Will be running off of a line shaft or hydraulic. Allen Fisher 3728 Montgomery Rd, Orwell OH 44076 WANTED: PRE 1957 Car pick up truck, fair to excellent conditon, running or not. 440-823-2591 WANTED TO BUY: Standing trees for saw mill. Will buy small or large parcels. Free appraisal & consulting. (330) 359-6303. YOU GOT SCRAP, we got cash. Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980. WANTED: BREEDING age Shih-Tzu male, state size & color..(330) 893-3619. BUYING ALL GUNS, pistols, rifles, shotguns & access. Private buyer. Woody 330-819-3274 WANTED 22 pullets ready to lay. David Beachy, 8151 T.R. 662, Dundee, OH 44624 330-359-0147 Apartment Rentals

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

WOOSTER. 2 BR. mobile home, w/d hkup, carport. $435+util.&dep. 674-1744

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.



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

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

2 BR, 1 BA country home in E. Holmes, no smoking, assist animals only, refs. & sec. dep. required, plus utilities. For viewing & application call 330-893-2895


2 BR apts for Rent. Call 330-231-0092


Vacation Rentals

Comm. Property - Rent


Child Care Service

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



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

Trucks SUVs

2005 RANGER XLT Supercab, 97k orig. miles, new tires, no rust, $8250; 1997 F-150 4X4 single cab, longbed, V8, runs exc. $5500. (330) 496-9024. 1996 BLAZER 4 WD, 142k miles, $2000 or make offer. Good cond. Call after 4 pm, (330) 473-5289. '70 GMC Pickup, new tires, new exhaust, pretty solid truck, needs an engine. $2,000 OBO. 330-275-7053



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

Motorcycles ATVs 760

YAMAHA Grizzly 600 4x4 with winch, 2,600 miles, $2500. Call (330) 231-7140.


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

Auto Parts Accessories 720

3 BR 1ba house in Glenmont. Large yard, garage, wood heat/propane. W/D Hookup Assist pets only. $550/month +dep. (419) 994-3394

3 BDR, 2 bath, home in Wooster. No smoking. Assist pets only. $625 a month plus utilities and deposit of $625. Available December. 659 Washington St. Call 330-401-7579

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


03 BLACK DODGE Stratus, 2 dr, 5 spd manual, 195K miles, good ocnd. $3000. 330-231-6446.

Home Condo Rentals 510

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

Elderly Care Service

HELP FOR SENIORS Cooking, Cleaning, Personal Assistance, Transportation, and Much More!Affordable Hrly Rate. No long-term Contracts. SENIORS Helping SENIORS® In-Home Care. 330-388-0166



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


2002 DODGE 15 pass. van. 194K. Very good cond. $4500 OBO. 330-601-4517

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

Building Materials

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

the heart of the market

2757 cove Lane, #18 WaLnut creek Gorgeous Condo in the The Cove. 2 BR, 2 BA with full basement. Modern design with every detail covered from the large master suite to the kitchen with granite countertops and Schrock cabinets. Make appt today! $217,900 curt Yoder 330-204-2447 kate overton 330-204-9339

73 W Jackson st, MiLLersburg This great little tavern used to be the hot spot in Mlbg. Bring this place back to life or create your own enterprise. Real estate, business, equipment, & D-5 license. Upstairs apartment. Adjoining bldg. available. $240,000 steve Maag 330-763-4769

Mobile Home Rentals

2 BR Mobile home in very nice MH park, avail. after Dec. 1st, lawn care provided, $425/mo + $425/dep. 330-897-9045, M-Thurs., 8-4


5515 evans creek rd, sugarcreek Great 3 BR home in a quiet country setting w/fabulous views. This home offers vaulted ceilings, Cherry woodwork & cabinets, granite countertops. 14 x16 storage barn on 8.5 acres. $259,000 Jake schlabach 330-763-0889

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

2 BEDROOM APT in Millersburg $275 a month. + utilities, deposit and reference required. Call 330-231-5585 after 4:30 pm

VERY NICE 2 BR apt in Baltic, large living/dining/kitchen area with non-burning FP, laundry hkup. in bsmt. Water/trash & lawn care provided. $400+dep. 330897-9045, M-Thurs., 8-4.

Building Materials

207 Doors & Windows




Comm. Property - Rent 650


WANTED: 6 telephone poles up to 30 feet. (330) 231-1964.



04150 AD12674621 108

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


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




WANTED DEER that you don't want. Call 330-473-8837


Mobile Home 490 For Sale

NEW 4 Bed Double Wide

SMALL MOTOR HOME- 460 Tools Machinery WANTED approx. 21' or less, must be very depend-


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.

FOR SALE: 7 Grade Yorkie Females, 3-5 years old. 1 Bred, 1 Ready to bred, Black & Tan. Downsizing. Group or single. (330) 897-0149 VM

Wanted to Buy 415



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

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

New Philadelphia Office

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

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

(330) 852-4 888-852-41 www.kaufmanre

The Holmes County Shopper News Hauling 1045

Taxidermy 1045

Taxidermy 1130


WILL DO hauling, local or long distance. Crew cab truck and trailer. (330) 763-3811.


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

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

Clean Preservation Without Bone Damage

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

Shipping Available

Health Fitness

AB LOUNGE Sport, Back excersiser, Like new. $50. (330) 674-1694†x2


2484 Twp. Rd. 444 10450 AD12717152 216 Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 10088002 330-893-3571

Home Improvement

Cleaning with the natural process of Dermestid beetles and macerated specimens are a thing of the past.

Stutzman Taxidermy

Allen Stutzman Ph: 330-674-6028



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


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


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



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


Roofing & Spouting

Standing Seam 1000015AD12717060 72 sq. ft. $1 Classified Display - Standing Seam 330-763-1162 1035


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.


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.

Taxi Limo Shuttle

$37.50 1008976300



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

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

Holmes County

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.


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

Fryburg Battery & Lights

7929 Twp. Rd. 611 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 20 Years Experience

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

Prototype, Production, Fabrication, Machining Since 1994

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

10450 AD12738941 216 10094065

Beetle Skull Cleaning


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


Wayne Miller John Mark Miller


WE BUY junk cars 262-9300



Mt Hope Machine


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

HOLMES COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY All Line Ads 4 Weeks .....................$8.50 (4 Lines) Additional Lines Per 4 Weeks $2.00 All Ads Must Be Prepaid No Refunds or Credit For Early Cancellation CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE TUESDAY @ 2:30 PM Ads Received After Deadline will Run in Next Issue Place Your Order by Phone 330-264-1125 Mon. - Fri. 8am-5pm

WILL STORE your boats, small campers, 94" x 154" opening. Heated. $1.00 a day. Joseph Troyer, 7951 TR 563, Holmesville, OH 44633. 10094888
















































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

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05 chevy 1/2 Ton ext 4x4





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05 Buick rendezvous

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08 chevy Trailblazer lS 4x4

Power Seat, Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio.

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10 GMc canyon crew SlT 4x4 Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Alloy Wheels, Air.

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07 GMc envoy Denali 4x4



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10 Ford explorer Sport Trac 4x4 Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Nerf Bars,Alloy Wheels, Air.

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11 Volkswagen Tiguan aWD

All Wheel Drive, Only 15,500 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.



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07 chevy Tahoe lTZ 4x4

Power Seats, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, Heated Leather, TV/DVD, Bose Speakers.



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07 Buick lucerne cXl

Only 36,000 Miles!!!! Heated Leather, CD Stereo, OnStar, Power Windows & Locks


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Power Seat, Windows & Locks, Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels.


Power Heated Leather, Power Sunroof, Bose Speakers, Alloy Wheels, Air

CD Stereo, Air,XM Radio.

07 Saturn Outlook Xr aWD




08 chevy cobalt lS


Sale Price

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

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03 Honda Pilot eX aWD

08 chrysler Town & country lX 06 lincoln Town car Signature Power Windows & Locks,CD Stereo, Air.

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

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




10 Honda Odyssey eXl

Crew MEGA Cab, Power Seat, CD Stereo, Power Windows & Locks, Tow Package

Power Windows & Locks,CD stereo, Air.

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07 Dodge 1/2 Ton SlT 4x4

06 chrysler PT cruiser

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry, Fog Lights

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Power Heated Leather Seats, Power Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, CD Stereo, Remote Start.

5.3L V8, Automatic, Air, Locking Differential, Tow Package.

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08 chevy impala SS

06 chevy 1/2 Ton ext. 4x4

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, Bose Speakers, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package

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

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

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

Only 36,000 Miles! Auto, Air.

10 chevy Malibu lT

11 chevy HHr lT

05 Ford 3/4 Ton crew 4x4

07 chevy aveo lS



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08 Buick enclave aWD

AWD, Power Sunroof, Power Seats, Alloy Wheels

Sale Price



12 chevy Traverse lT aWD

Only 17,000 Miles! Power Seats, Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

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CHUCK NICHOLSON Sale Good Thru 12/8/12

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

Chuck Nicholson

Barry Nicholson

Jim Simo

The Original



Christi Wengerd

Dale Brown

Kevin Fair

Gary Schrock

Tom Carder

Bill Hatfield

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

Pat Kaiser

Brad Eades • • •


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Holmes County Shopper, Nov. 29, 2012  

Holmes County Shopper is a weekly newspaper covering events in and around Holmes County, Ohio. It is published by Dix Communications.

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